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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
ARMY and NAVY STORE In Our New Athletic Department You Will Find Golf—Tennis Baseball—Fishing Riding—Hiking Equi pment and Apparel For all Sports Notia To fraternities and individual teams we have a special offer as an inducement to use our athletic equi pment . It will pay you to see us first Everything to Better Your Game _Army and Navy Store 120-122 Sn- Aurora Sr . Dial 2460 Gillette _^ s Cafeteria 106 North Cayuga Street _rT _^^ _-M ) gg _^(^^ Good Food and Good Service
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
POTTER 215 E . _Seneca St . Opp . _Flower Shop We full line of carry Booth s , Lown ey s , Schraft s Candies Whiting &amp; Cook _Stationary Greeting Cards for All Occasions Smokers Supplies Sodas and Sundaes Magazines Newspapers DIAL 2619 DIAL 2619 See our Gifts Graduation Festoon Bracelets Mesh bags Conserv atory seal rings PATTEN BERT The Jeweler 06 E . State St _WHATTS NEWS ? _This _is News at The Style _Shaft Holding Hands Always Chasing Rainbows ? And who wouldn t want to ? Especially when the feminine accomplice wears a Pair of new Fownes French Kid Gloves with gay , novelty _cuffs ; two—toned and smart embroidery effects ! $3.00 All the colors of the rainbow and more too , tint the new boutonnieres . And the _smartest shades are those matching the costume . 50c to $2.00. Transparent Iridescent Hosiery A New DOBBS MODEL Princesse Shading from rose to grey and shimmering like a All silk , the sheerest _of silk An aristocratic little hat of DOBBS leisure light felt . .. ...
SPLENDID RECITAL BY ITHACA STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
SPLENDID RECITAL BY ITHACA STUDENTS Reprinted From the Allentovin Morning Call April 18 , 1927 , Allentown , Pa . Four hundred music lovers enjoyed the splendid _recital given last night in Trinity U . E . church , Tenth and Chestnut streets , by George Snyder , organist , and Knox Dunlop , baritone , both students at Ithaca Conservatory . They were ably assisted by Misses Althea Steckel and Florence Kintzel , vocalists of this city , each of whom gave a delightful group of songs . The L . C . L . _Bible class sponsored the concert , proceeds of which _will be used in the charitable work of the class . The proceeds net quite a tidy sum , more than 200 patron tickets having been disposed of . The recital opened with two Handel numbers played by Mr . Snyder , who is a most talented instrumentalist . He is a native of _this city , the son of Mr . and Mrs . Harvey Snyder , 1145 Hamilton street . He delivered his many friends present last night and confirmed the high opinion they have of...
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL 25 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL 25 Ion . A . M . S : 15—Assembly—Little Theatre . 9:00—Chaperon s Meeting—Williams Hall M . 12:00—Vote at Williams Hall _* P . M . 7:30—Fraternity and Sorority meetings 8:15—Sinfonia All-American Program—Little Theatre lies . P . M . 4:00—Recital—Little Theatre . 8:15—Recital by Williams School of Expression—Little Theatre Ved . P . M . S : 15—Colonial Program—Sigma Alpha Iota — Little Theatre hurs . P . M . 4:00—Faculty Recital—Miss Speakman—Little Theatre ri . P . M . 8:15—Entertainment under _the auspices of Phi Delta Pi Sorority—Little Theatre at . P . M . 2:30—Phi Delta Pi Entertainment—Little Theatre . 8:15—Entertainment under auspices of Phi Delta Pi—-—T-it-frip Thpatre
EVELYN SWANK GIVES RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
EVELYN SWANK GIVES RECITAL Crai g s Wife , George Kellys Pulitzer prize play for 1925 , was _the vehicle for the _senior recital of Miss Evelyn Swank at _the Little _Theatre , Friday night , April 15. The famous play is dedicated to the proposition that People who ve to themselves • are generally left to themselves . Miss Swank performed what we consider a really marvelous piece of work , and the Packed house that heard her , showed by their attention and response that _| they appreciated it fully , from beginning to end . Evelyn received beautiful flowers at the close of each act , and on _Ac whole , it proved to be a truly inspiring and beautiful Graduation Recital .
MRS . ETHEL HADLEY READS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
MRS . ETHEL HADLEY READS Thursday afternoon , April 14 , Mrs . Ethel Hadley gave a charming endition of Every woman , a play that is brimming full of sparkling ruths _, action and dramatic situations . Mrs . Hadley proved herself i real artist in her _characterizations and interpretations , which were _xtremely subtle and difficult to portray . Every recital we hear her in , we enjoy more than the previous ones . ff e re wondering what she will read for us next time .
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Instead of writing we ought to be studying but with weatherbut please stop me on this weather _question because its usually whetha we shall or whether we shan t . Wasn t the concert Mary Louise Evans and Lillian _Speahnsi gave a worthy _faculty recital ? Deed it was . No wonder they ha « so many engagements for their talent . D ya know what ? Maybe Ruth Robinson _will be back M ) onMaybe by the time this paper comes out—and maybe not ! But she ll _PC ? in any day now—Just wait and see ! Kitten says it s all right going to shows Sunday P . M . but thtsi sob stories are heart rendering ! Doris says it s too bad when you get two corsages and can ww only one when the one you want to wear comes from the boy you re n &gt; ! going out with . ( Rather complicated , what ?) Peg Daum says she s lost her faith in florists because her corsap didn t come till 10 P . M . Easter _. And Oh ! Lillian Speakman says she does love pansies—Ask h « . I _hesitate to proceed ! Mary...
IT'S HERE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
ITS HERE Well , Spring came around again , —with some real summery weather , a lot of birds , trees in bud and many palp itating hearts . Poets and scientists alike _have long sought to _discover-just what it is that happens to us around this time of year . We know that In the Spring a young man s Fancy— and all that sort of thing . Rilcy calls it : When the Green gits Back In The Trees . There is some psychological or chemical effect which is produced in us humans when Spring comes down the world , isn t there ? We all realize it , even if we don t care to admit it ! Somehow or other , we love the world and everybody in it , ( in varying degrees , of course ) and there is something _in the air that seems so invi gorating—positively intoxicating . Weve been thinking how perfectly the striking _Blazers , which we see strolling around , fit into the whole Springtime spirit . Theyre new , they re bright , ( heavens!—they are !) and they must give their wearers an enormous amount of sat...
VOTE TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
VOTE TODAY The _nominees for offices in the 1927-28 Women _s _Self-Government Association are as follows : f K . Hill _President—s _»» _r _m I M . L . Masten C N . Shephard . 1 st Vice-President- _^ _^ _^^ [ J . Banyar 2 nd Vice _President-j _^ _g _^^ C G . _Herrick _Secretary-j _^ _gmith f V . Kuschkc • Treasurer _—•; . ) A . Robb f M . Lowrey Census- _^ _^ _^ _g _^ , _^ • . . Voting takes place today at Williams Hall from 12 P . M . till 2 P . M . and from 4 P . M . till 6 P . M .
PHI DELT FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
PHI DELT FEATURES Spring Recebs is over —now for some real work ! Thus _- goes tfc brave _statement of so many sincere boys and girls just returning froc a week of sublime relaxation . Yet , how many of _these young _creaturci following _such a declaration have not experienced a powerfu l _dullnesi and longing about the heart for the good times just over . This tricky sensation usually lasts a day or _so—then slowly bi steadfastly as class routine _is-carried on , it begins to vanish . Will another lapse of something like three days that first staunch resolutic _; takes definite form . Now all the benefits of that splendid holiday are manifested b _[ _strengthened determination and renewed stick-to-itiveness to overcorc the _hardest and to strive for the highest , making this year s accomplisS . | ments surpass _those of any former years . Monday April 18 , 7:30 , Phi _ Delt Meeting , Egbert Hall .
EGBERT HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
EGBERT HALL Some people say that the more sleep one gets the more one _cravn sleep . The same must be true of exercise . At any rate we Phy Ed i come home after a whole day of hard exercise and then fight _ovn our tennis court up at Egbert . We even get up at five o clock in _the morning _^ in order to get 11 a couple of hours before breakfast . By the way , thats the reason i takes so much more toast up _at- Newman—we are hungrier ! But , a we were saying , nothing discourages us in tennis . Although some o us play blissfully ignorant of lives and rules , and we have only tiv _; balls in the whole house and one of those is as dead as a door-nail _ _, still we persist . Watch out you Wills , Llenglen , and Mallory ! I . S . P . E . is goiti to put out a champ ion yet , and well bet she comes from Egbert Hal
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools . • Ithaca , New York GEME VIEVE ELLIOTT .- -----. Editor-in-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES -- - --- 1 _EVELYN _BOZEMAN ------ -- _} _^ octate _Edztor _, EVELYN SWANK ----- -- Business M anager MARIE BARTON ----- Assistant _Business Manager Printed by the _NORTON _PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
If a seedling is a young tree—what is an inkling ? Voice ( over phone ) : Hello-o-o honey ; do you know who this is ? Olie : Naw , the light s out in this booth , an I cant see a thing . and will M _. 11 lawn Sale : I . am _breaking up housekeeping an incubator and two scyths .. For Mower , one Rastus : Man out where I cum frum _it was so cole date we had t trow watah out of de window and slide down de icicle to get out ob de house ! Rufus : Why , you talk nuffins , where I cum from it was so cole dat we had to build a fire under de cow to keep her frum giving ice cream . boiled canaries tongue and _Done sliced make full in Miami pea a a meal . Did you ever see 1. Cresswell studiously practicing . 2. Gustav Nelson without his Frosh-cap . 3. Larry Lauler not breaking hearts . . 4. Tony Bek with smooth locks . 5. Knox Dunlop without _his gracious smile . 6. Roland Fernand when he wasnt studying 7. Olga Rita Barina with bobbed hair .
SOCIAL NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
SOCIAL NOTE Miss Helen Konsick , an alumnus , was the _guest last week of Everetta Fisher at Egbert Hall . _Miss Passenger ( as elevator speeds by 42 nd floor ) : What would happen if this elevator should drop to the bottom ? Operato r— Gosh ! Id lose my job ! Taxi Driver : Where do you get that Home , James stuff ? This is a taxi , see ! Passenger : Pardon me , my error . Home , Jesse James . I wish I had lived three hundred years ago . Why ? I shouldn t have had so much history to learn .
WHO'S WHO AT THE CON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 25 April 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON Porky Wheeler _, who denies—although his dimples simply vibrate —that he is the male personification of It ( See Elinor Glyn ) . Marshall Whitehead , who has been elected . President of the Amards for the _year- 1927-28. More power to Mr . Whitehead . Julia Vale , who fox terrior is the latest rival of Troque . Thelma Hingre , who really plays the ukelele very well , especially such pieces as Follow the Gleam (?) . Bob Confer and Lee Smail , who are the Cons Mr . Gallagher and Mr . Shean . Bee Jones , who shows a decided preference of movie actors—or is it directors of Physical Education ? We are slightly confused .