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History [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
History Caeser crossed the Rubicon , ( 1 ) Demi made a speech ; ( 2 ) Columbo crossed the ocean Landing on the beach . ( 3 ) Aleck conquered Asia , Old Sock ( 4 ) gave us philos ; ( 5 ) Johnny signed the Magna Cart , Which made him awful cross . ( 6 ) Wash saved our democracy , I think at _Valley Forge : ( 7 ) ( 8 ) Link , he fought for slavery And this he won bgosh . Ezra founded dear Cornell , ( 9 ) Grant the Conservat . Now the Con girls , so they say Frequent hilly frats . ( 10 ) _* I Nickname of Demosthenes . * 2 Same as 1 * 3 Pet name of Alexander the Great . _* _I- Name given Socrates by his wife . * 5 English name given to John because of their love for him _* 6 Not the daily wash . * 7 Not a blacksmith s forge . * 8 Not a golf link . _* 9 Our own Mr . Egbert . of Place inhabited by Sons or bhieks . • 10 —Bob Boot _/ iroyd
Newman Hall [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Newman Hall Marjonc Tompkins says her roomy—Skeeter—can sure turn sum-mer-saults . The other day Helen was standing on the piano stool , by her bed . She slipped , fell on her bed—and bounced off—landing on her feet on the floor—turning a complete summersault on the way . We ve lost one of our dearest Newmanites—Rose Graham . When she burst in late Monday night and told us all about it , we were assailed by mixed feelings of surprise , joy and sorrow . We hated to say good-bye to Rose , but we certainly wish her joy and happiness in her new venture . Religious discussions are in order at our house . If you want to know what your sole is—ask Peg Lowry or Cecile Stevens . And if you have any suggestions to make on the possibility of re-incarriation of souls—file all such matter with Lillian Johnson or Madeline- Hoff . By the way— Hoffie wants an inspiration for a play . Well appreciate your co-operation . F . Kinnear .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Why do cigarettes have Oriental names ? Because they have such fine shapes and thin wrappers Knowledge comes easy to me because my ancestors were smart people For example , my grandfather sat in the Presidential chair at Harvard That s nothing . My grandfather sat in the Electric Chair at Sing Sing I believe every person should sing at his work My brother cant . Why not ? He s a trombone player .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Here is an Item to Interest . You c _^ _Imported French Beret Caps Right direct from France the rage of the Continent . Spreading to England , already arrived in America and shown at Trecaan , King Co . We have _them in Navy Blue , next importation _will be in Colors . They are now on the broad Atlantic , soon will be in our store . Come in and try one on . Right smart _for the younger _set —— either sex . Don _ t overlook our Fur Coats , Sheeplined Coats . Fur , Leather , and Cloth Windbreakers . Treman , King &amp; Co Athletic Goods , Sporting Goods and Good Goods
PR OG RAM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
PR OG RAM STUDENT RECITAL Tuesday , Oct . 9 , 1926 Four o clock LITTLE THEATRE I Piano Impromptu in C Sharp - - - - _Chop in Agusta Halsey - - _ _, - - Watermill , L _. L II . Violin Adagio from _Symphonic Espagnole - - _Lain Marjorie Seeley - - - - Williamsport , Pa . Ill Voice A Une Fiancee - - - - . - - Ferrari Si tu Ie voulais ------ Jo _sti Mary Aldrich - - - - -Ithaca , N . Y . IV _Expression The Worryless Man - - - Stricliland Gtllilan Dorothy S . Walsh - - - - Flush _ing , L . I . V Voice Why do the Nations - - - - Handel ( from The Messiah ) Knox Dunlop ----- Apache , Okla . Sensered ! ! Dere fokes : — i went tu a seenyr klass meeting in ellokushun hawl labt wensday nite , and say fokes , it wuz the funniest klass _meeting i ever attended , _—no kiddun ! it soundid tu me lik the demokratick nashional convenshun that we herd over the raydeo . Such fussin and hollerin u hav never saw ! Funni tho , they seamed too enjoy it , honest they did . i wuz skared almost two deth . i n...
_Announcements _—^ _X _^ _eR1c of Nov . 8 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
_Announcements _—^ _X _^ _eR1c of Nov . 8 Mon . A . M . 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7 : 00—Sigma Meeting—Sorority House 7 : 30—Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority House Tues . P . M . 4:00—Student Recital—Little Theatre 7 : _00—Organization Meeting of Williams _School of Expression . 7 : _30—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting 8:15— Not Herbert —Little Theatre . Wed . P . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance of Not Herbert 7:30—Meeting _of _Outside Girls at home of Idelle Bellis , 322 S . Cayuga . . 8:15— Not Herbert —Little Theatre . , Open Night at Gyni . Thurs . P . M . 8:15— Not Herbert —Little Theatre . Fri . P . M . 8:15— Not Herbert —Little Theatre . Sat . P . M . 2 : 30—Matinee Performance of Not Herbert 8:15— Not Herbert —Little Theatre . Mon . A . M . 8:15— A Big Sing —Assembly . 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7:00— Ithaca Alumni Club—Elocution Hall . 8:15—Student Recital , Music Dept—Little Theatre .
Pa jama Party—Shhh [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Pa jama Party—Shhh The true Hallowe en spirit prevailed at Williams Hall last Monday night , when the girls of that house and their guests from Mu Phi enjoyed an informal Pajama Party . A little impromptu dance was staged between the hours of ten and twelve . The big attraction of the evening , however , was the barrel of cider and the box of doughnuts ! Tho she probably doesn t want it known , were going to state right here that the party was Mother Tustins idea , and that it was she who arranged to have such an abundance of drinks and doughnuts for the occasion . Altho the party waxed hilarious at times , due to the fact that some of the girls ( Frosh excluded ) partook of a trifle more cider than was necessary , —the evening passed without any serious mishaps . We regret to say , however , that Mary Louise Masten was found guilty of hooking two _doughnuts . But we freely forgive her , since she was ill the next day from the effects of her misdemeanor . Honesty is the best Policy ...
Play _Coaching Sections [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Play _Coaching Sections Mr . Tallcott and members of the stock company with PLAY COACH DIRECTOR HOUR Hodges . Lockwood Thurs . _3:15 _Distinguished _Service _Moages ivii . _LOCKWOOU JI nurs . _3.1. For The China _PiR Bozeman Miss Spencer Fri . Six Who Pass Kavanaugh Miss _Beautelle Thurs . Where But in America Walsh Mr . Joyner Enter the Hero Harrison Mrs . Joyner Fri . The Eldest Simons Mr . Walter All Gummed Up Potter Mr . Tallcott ( Rm . 50 ) His Japanese Wife Barger Mr . Tallcott ( Rm . 50 ) Wed
Important If True [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Important If True A _man should never be ashamed to say he has been in the wrong , which is but _saying in other words that he is wiser today than he was yesterday . —Pope Personality marks are posted twice a week now . Theyll soon get your Dumber ! _• _^ Did you ever stop to think ! : — That whenever we are in the presence of other people , we are being tho t about ? We are being watched continually . Folks have to think , you know , they can t help it , —and if we come within their line of vision , —some tho t about us passes thru their _brain ! Whether it is good , bad , or indifferent depends fundamentally on us , _doesn t it ? _If we realized how many impressions we make and _s how easily we make them we might be a trifle more careful of our conduct , n est-ce-pas ? What ? No Smoking ! What kind of a party is this ? A man who has friends must show himself friendly . You know , there s a lot to that ! Try being just as gracious and friendly as you can for one day , and note the ...
Who ' s Who At the Con [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Who s Who At the Con By K . V . B . Carl Williams , who has learned to believe in the old saying that the most precious articles often come in the smallest packages . Dotty Hunter , who disagrees with Mr . Williams . Pat Peters and Everetta Fisher who like to casually trip off to New York City for the week-ends , and visit their friends among the four million —pardon , of course we meant , the four hundred . Dean Brown , who should be given more opportunity to display his dancing ability . Genevieve Elliott , our Editor-in-Chief , who needs only a hair ribbon and a pair of rompers to become our ideal eight year old sweetheart . Flora Barger , who should be hailed as a martyr when it comes to sacrificing beauty for art . - _., Elwyn Swarthout , who says , Off with the old , and on with the new ! Al Emmons , who takes his job as doorkeeper so seriously that he has lecently been seen walking _around with _a black eye . Dorothy Walsh , who should wear a blonde wig all the time . Steve S...
Phi Mu Alpha [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Phi Mu Alpha Brother Troke _continues to make life miserable for Jimmy Kavanaugh . Brother Boothroyd has been appointed director of the Public School Music Choral Club . Brother Dunlop made a big hit Sunday afternoon , Oct . 31 , as Soloist with Patsy Conways Band . The tremendous applause , following his rendition of Invictus brought forth Duna _as an encore , which was equally as well received . Brother Bert Lyon is drilling the Methodist Episcopal choir in the mysteries of Handels Oratorio The Messiah , which he expects to give in the near future . Brother Swift spent the week-end of October 22 , at the home of his parents in Binghamton . If these visits continue we shall have to divulge the reason for his homesickness . Brother Gelder was home over the week-end . His parents brot him back Sunday and attended the Band Concert . Brother Bogarts parents were up to _see him Sunday afternoon _, Oct . 31 , 1926.