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FREE INSTRUCTION IN DRAMATICS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
FREE INSTRUCTION IN DRAMATICS Due to the heavy schedule of _dramatic presentations for the coming school year , _there-will be opportunity for -a _limited _number of _boys in the various Affiliated Schools to obtain dramatic experience and training with free tuition . . . _. _Students interested in this announcement , and desiring these privileges should meet . with Dean Tallcott at , four o clock on Thursday afternoon , Sept . 22 nd ( to-day ) , or at _( he same time hour on the succeding Friday or Monday afternoons . _Tf ean Tallcott will at these hours select those whom he can use . in _connection with the _plays to be presented , and give them free admission to these dramatic classes . Such students will be subject to the same regulations with regard to instruction and _, .. rehearsals as the regular students of the Williams School of Expression and Dramatic Art . By special action of the Faculty , credit _-will be allowed on all regular courses for this instruction and experien...
MEET THE NEW _FACULTY MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
MEET THE NEW _FACULTY MEMBERS It gives us great pleasure to extend a cordia ) welcome through these columns to the new members on our Faculty . An opportunity for the student body _to- do the same will be afforded at the Faculty Reception Tuesday night . As most _of-them are well known in the school , we will briefly _list them as follows : — Edward G . Mead , Director of Organ Department , Robert Lautner , tenor , Teacher of Voice . Katherine Banks , who came from Dallas , Texas to teach Dramatic Coaching and Eurythmics . Philo G . Botsford , who will teach Trombone playing . Genevieve Elliott , will be manager of _Events and assist Mrs . Tallcott in her work . Margaret Jacobs and Helen Novotny will both teach piano . _ Lee Smail teacher of Clarinet and Saxophone Carleton Stewart will teach Cornet . Ann Zeigler , teacher of violin . Miss Mary Ward will be the dietician _thia year . Mrs . _Annis has joined the staff of Chaperones . Mrs . Florence Alien Wilcox , teacher of voice .
YOUR SCHOOL—AND MY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
YOUR SCHOOL—AND MY SCHOOL If you want to have the kind of School , Like the kind of School you like Yon needn t start out for another School , For it will mean a long , long hike . And youll only find what you left behind , For theres nothing that s ever new , _&lt; When you blame the School—you blame your self , For it isn t the School—its YOU . Real Schools are not made by those afraid To give freely and to share ; So if everyone works and nobody shirks , Well have happiness enough and to spare . Do your bit—you make a hit , Encourage your neighbor too , And youll have the School you like to have , For isnt your School—just you . Jane Hankins 27
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
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ITHACA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
ITHACA In the Famous _Finger- Lakes Region . • Its Commerce and _ _-Industry • Ithaca is the county seat , of Tompkins County and . has a , resident population of . _18,000 exclusive of a student population in excess of 7 , 000. It is located in southern central New _York being served by the Lehigh Valley and D . -I _,. &amp; W . Railroads _-an _, d established bus lines connecting with all neighboring cities . It is also the southern • termina l _ot the New York State Barge Canal System . Ithaca is the natural center of a considerable trading area ,, its stores and shops carrying lines and quality of mechandise that will , compare favorably with those found in the _largest cities . Within _, and near the city . are also located a nupber of _manufacturing plants which _, _. mark it of considerable importance industrially . . . The geologic formation of the surrounding country make possibl e the _shipment of vast tonnages of salt and cement , while Ithaca made shot guns and M...
ANNOUNCEMENT OF DRA MATIC PRESENTATIONS FOR THE FIR ST TERM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
ANNOUNCEMENT OF DRA MATIC PRESENTATIONS FOR THE FIR ST TERM The schedule for the Dramatic Departmcni of _the school of _Expression includes the presentation of plays in the Little Theatre every _othei week throughout the year , on Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday afternoons , beginning on October 21 st . tt is possible thai _regular presentations will be given in the surrounding cities and towns on the _intervening weeks . The program for the first term is a follows : — Oct . 21 st— The Patsy Nov . , 4 th—Evening of One-act , Plays Nov . 18 th— The Servant in _the House Dec . 2 nd—Evening of One-act Plays Dec . 16 th —( To be announced ) Jan . 13 th—Evening of One-act Plays Jan . 27 th— Twelfth Ni _ght
OTT * _PERSONALITY GRAD ING SYSTEM ; IN , USE IN NUMBER OF SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
OTT * _PERSONALITY GRAD ING SYSTEM ; IN , USE IN NUMBER OF SCHOOLS • The Personality Grading System of which _Dean Ott is the author _, has been received with erfthusi _ _a-im wherever it has been presented throughout the country ; A number _ of • prominent . _Schools have been interested to the extent of _. installing thissystem _, among these are Dubuque University ; Dubuqu e , Iowa ; Slippery Rock S . tate Normal School , Sli ppery Rock ,. Pa . ; and _41 schools of Cayuga Co ., N . Y . This system _which has received the endorsement of educators all over the country , has been in operation in _our own _school for the past _-two years and it is hoped it will be used this year in a way which will benefit all .
PRIZE OFFERED FOR SHRINER'S SONG [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
PRIZE OFFERED FOR SHRINERS SONG The following announcement appeared _in a recent issue of Musical America _: — The Mahi Temple announces a prize for _the- _best-song composed for the Shriners Convention , _ to _- be held in Miami next Spring . . , The winner will receive a royalty on . all . copies sold . Henry _Pridgen , Mahi Temple , Miami , Fla ., receives the manuscripts . This should be an opportunity for a member of the Composition class in I . _ _-C . M . _ • •
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
HIKES ROUND AND ABOUT ITHACA ( For the benefit of the Frosh !) Cascadilla Glen , Entrance of Cornell University . Forest Home , one mile east . Tunnell , Ithaca Falls . Goldwin Smith Walk , Cascadilla Gorge . Six Mile Creek , one mile . Stewart Park , one mile . Buttermilk Falls , two and one-half miles south , east side . Lick Brook , four miles south , west hide . Turkey Hill , three miles east . Bald _Hill , one and one-half miles southeast . Esty s Glen _, three miles north , east side . Enfield Glen , five miles south . ( Confidential—The _Gorges by moonligh t are the loveliest sights you will ever _see . —BUT—be sure to get permission from Miss Sherrill , who will be glad to obtain a chaperon for the occasion !) JEWELER Opp . Strand Theatre Watches , Diamonds and _Jewelry Repairing SEA FOOD LUNCH A good p _lace to eat 120 S . TlOGA ST .
_^ / _y : 4 C— _^ [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
_^\ / _y : 4 C— _^ Welcome Frosh—w e re g lad to make you one of us ! A _TIMELY WARNING TO ALL FROSH ! _You are young—in I . C . M . —so out of the goodness of our hearts we feel we must extend a guiding hand and a timely warning . First of all—don t be scared—be optimistic ! We lived th rough it ( of course we have _always been lucky ) and have never regretted being a _frosh . It has given us a lot of ideas as _to how a frosh should behave , and we have been trying to help out in this particular line ever since . Here are a few simple rules to follow and _you may be assured , if you obey them , of our permanent protection . 1.—Read your Once-a-Week—it should be your inspiration . 2.— _-Pay for your Once-a-Week—that is our inspiration . _3.—Memorize the ad section of this issue—be prepared to recite it from memory _when called upon to do so . 4.—Now while you have money , this first day of school _, go over town and do your shopping—our advertisers have a right to expect it —so do w...
HARLEY HILL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
HARLEY HILL 6.—Send in news items or short news stories , at least _four every week . —We may never publish them , but if we fail to hear from you we will surely publish something about your dark past ! Better play safe ! For the present , address all contributions for the Once-a-Week to the Editor and hand it to the Registrar . And now—God bless you—and help you , —we have done our best ! But we heartily welcome you . Make our school f our school and help us keep its record clean . CORRECT ENGRAV ING Calling Cards Programs Conservato ry Embossed Stationery Dance Orders Menus Invitations CONSERVATORY TEXT _BOOKS NEW AND SECOND HAND