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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
A TRIBUTE TO I . C . M Somehow this incident stays with me as an important event of year . So that you will understand it , I must _review a few facts . A short time ago , say three or four years , a new student _enii I . C . M . This year she graduates . This article is not to relate exceptional students progress . There has been nothing spectat _; about her career in school . No particular laurels have been _» by her . _Yet her attainments have been of high merit . She has a good scholastic average . She has shown ability many of our students do , as a manager , organizer and leader school activities . She has held the respect of fellow-students , teachers . Recently she gave a graduation recital . Many were deli g l and entertained by her interpretation of a drama which had a str ; human appeal . After this performance her parents were _receiving coneratulati from friends on her successful recital . One said , You may well _i proud of her for what she has done tonight . A member ...
THE WALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
THE WALL _(/ I Short Story by Dons Joy Starr ) At the end of the _second week she came back into the dingy room th dragging footsteps , unutterably tired and discouraged . She _mght wearily that she must have walked a hundred miles of pave- ! nts . The world seemed made of stone . Hard and heartless stone . e dropped down upon the creaky bed , too tired even to remove the [ Sty little slippers , and stared unseeingly across that drab-papered exnse the first night she had spent in the big city ! How light her heart _id been ! How fast it had beat with anticipation and happiness ! ow light her feet had been , too ! Such eager feet and so sure of _their ccess ! She had lain that first night in this same creaky iron bed , id smiled at the ugly wall , and listened rapturously to the noise of e streets down below . She had thought of the clangor as the nightng of the great city , and wished that she need not wait until morng to go out and find her way into that citys heart . Its heart ! O...
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
NEWMAN HALL They re here ! Rushing _us , hurrying us _, crowding out our good _tinier ! We stay up late and get up early to prepare for—Exams ! -Then Senior Week to follow—Commencement—and Goodbyes . _Everything _comes at once . But before that _, we have the Senior _From , and Newmanites are helping to make it a success . Marie Barton and Ginny Curtis have something to do with decorations and programs . Yes , and if you _bee anything following Marie around _its her pet Setter . Everyone was certainly busy over the week-end . With the Spring _Day _festivities in _progress on the Hill and the Little Theatre Tournament _here , we had our hours chuck full of something to do . Newman Hall was honored Saturday night at dinner , by the presence of the visiting directors and superintendents and our own faculty . That may _sound formal , but it you had seen our jolly bunch on Saturday evening you would not have doubted that we had a howling good time . We offer prayers and heartfelt this we...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
THE Cr ance _ Shopp e 32+ E . State St _?\ _T _/? _Here you will find the New Advanced and authentic styles—Dressy . Hats , Large Hair Hats , Milan and Leghorn Flops , Sport and Travel Hats , Felts , Ribbon Crochets , Soft , Callapsible , Smart . Distinguished Models _moderately priced . Flowers—For Corsage , Boutonnieres and _Millinery Trims Beautiful Rhinestone and _Pearl ornaments . We cor dially invite you to visit this NEW SHOPPE _^ _=- _^^ _- _/ / _, A shoe that is up -to-the-minute in style and away ahead in quality . In new Tans and Black . $7 ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOES Ithaca s Greatest Sho e Store
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Following the installation of officers for W . S . G . A . a reception and tea _was- given in their honor at our house _. The . new _silver tea service , a gift to the house from our new initiates , was used for _tine first time . Mrs . G . C . Williams and _Miss Sherrill poured . Peg Daum was a week-end visitor in Rochester . Part of the program of the costume musical which was given at the Little Theatre a few weeks ago , was given for the Cornell Dames Society , Tuesday afternoon , May 24 th . Following Sorority meeting , Monday evening , our regular monthl y musical was given . Many guests are expected this week , some of whom will remain for Commencement . Among them are Mrs . T . A . Peake , Mr . and Mrs . B . L . Evans , Mrs . Jacobs , Mrs . Ed . Miller , Mr . and Mrs . _ Ray Miller , Mr . and Mrs . _Wilhelm , Evelyn Speakman , and Ethel Griffiith . Mary Louise Evans and Ruth Robinson were week end visitors in Syracuse where they visited some of the girls of ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
u _^ IF YOU ARE SEEKING A DINING ROOM where the pleasure and comfort of its guests arc the first consideration we suggest a visit here . For here you will find a _welcome , well cooked food and courteous service , whether your order be for an elaborate _dinner or a simple lunch . BANK RESTAURANT SAVINGS BANK _. BUILDING Elevator Serv ic e Everything _in the line of optical goods and optical service . Eyes tested and fitted , broken lenses replaced . A complete line of standard optical goods _always in stock . Wilson &amp; Burchard OPTOMETRISTS 220 East State Street We grind our own lenses
OUR BUDDING CRITICS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 May 1927
OUR BUDDING CRITICS Some students might well say as Abraham Lincoln did , I do the very best I know how , the very best I can , and I mean to keep doing so until the end . Lincoln went a little further and made this statement , If the end brings me out all right _, what is said against me won t amount to anything . If the end brings me out wrong ten angels swearing I was right would make no difference . Young people do not all have this fearlessness . What is said against them is a very vital influence in their lives in school . A student may be very conscientious in his effort to do right but when a report reaches him that he is considered by certain ones too quiet _, too exuberant , too reserved , too animated , too serious , ( always too ) he loses his confidence in himself for a while . It seems an inevitable reaction . Here is another thing that shakes his faith . He is preparing his lessons , pays attention in class and is learning his subject . Therefore he respects and admir...