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THE ONCE-A-WEEK—Your _Servant ( Help us make it a good one . ) [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK—Your _Servant ( Help us make it a good one . ) Every School and Institution of any pretentions has its student Publication . The characte r of this almost invariably _mirrors the characteristics of the School ; certainly it mirrors the type of students enrolled . Our School has for a number of years supported a _-school publication , and it is interesting to re-read these and note the gradual changes in character and material used . Last year marked a very decided change or growth in that the School had absolutely out-grown the magazine whose five issues annually had for years nobly filled the _bill , and the _ilcmand for a weekly paper was felt by all . Most of you were present last Fall at the birth of the Once-a-Week . You remember the hub-bub it caused . All the usual doubts and qualms which attend the appearance of any new idea , particularly if that _idea shows any _sign of permanency , were present . Some said this new publication could never take the place of...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in _the Ithaca _Conservatory and Affiliated Schools _Editor GERTRUDE EVANS --------- - ( for _tills issue onl y } MARIE BARTON ------ _- - - _ I • &gt; Business _E ditors ELSIE WATERS ------- -J • • SUBSCRIPTION RATES For thirty weeks , ( beginning September 22 nd , every week except regular School Holidays ) , One Dollar . Single copy—five cents . Forms _close Friday noon before publication . However , las t minute _notices may be _received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON _PRINTING _COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
PLAY Do We Get Exercise Enough ? Do We P lay Enoug h ? The answer to this question is the I . S . P . E . but how about the Musical Students ? We recommend Golf Boxing Fencing Tennis Wrestling Skating Football . Hockey Skiing Volley ball Basketball Tobogganing Hand ball ; Home _Exercisers Sleding • We handle equipment complete for every branch of sports Treman , King &amp; Co Outfitters to over 550 Colleges , _Highs , Preps ., Army and Navy Posts all over U . S . A .
RAYMOND _MOVER , BAND SCHOOL , WINNER OF MA STER SCHOLAR SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
RAYMOND _MOVER , BAND SCHOOL , WINNER OF MA STER SCHOLAR SHIP The following scholarship awards were made _last Saturday , at the _Annual examination _, through competition : — Master Scholarship , Raymond Mqyer , Alientown , Pa . ( Band School—congratulations ! Ray : —Were proud of you !) _Vio l in Full _Scholarshi p , Bernard Mandelkern , Buffalo , N . Y . Partial Scholarship , Frederick Broadie , Kingston , N . Y . and Nathan Rosenthal , Waterville , Maine . Loan Scholarship , Maxine Warntz , Berwick _, Pa ., and William Mercer , Brantford , Can . Piano Full Scholarshi p , Joseph . Olichney , Mahoney City . Partial Scholarshi p , Mildred Alderfer , Souderton , Pa . Loan Scholarship , Marion C . Shaw , Elmira , N . _Y . and Mildred Stryker . Locke N . Y . _Voic e Full _Scholarship , Roland Hermance _, Saugerfies . Partial Scholarshi p , Wesley Carpenter , Lcbanan , Pa . Loan Scholarship , Mary Linton , Athol , _Mass . and Diana Happel Tatamy , Pa . Band School Full Scholarshi p , R...
CREDIT ALLOWED FOR ATTENDANCE AT LITER - A , RY APPRECIATION CLASSES ON THURS - DAY AFTERNOONS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
CREDIT ALLOWED FOR ATTENDANCE AT LITER - A , RY APPRECIATION CLASSES ON THURS - DAY AFTERNOONS The public Readings by members of the Faculty of the School of Expression on Thursday afternoons will be continued during the first term ; These readings will be given in the Little Theatre every Thursday afternoon at four oclock , beginning September 29 th . The program as at present arranged is as _follows : — Sept . 29 th—Shakespearian Reading , Excerpts _from Othello ..... ...... President Williams Oct . 6 th—Reading of the play The Famous Mrs . Fair by James Forbes ... . Dean Tallcott Oct . 13 th—Reading of The Climax by Locke ....................... _Miss Speakman Oct . 20 th— The _- _Witching Hour by _Thomas ................................ ; Miss Elliott Oct . 27 th— Mr . Pickwick by Cosmo Hamilton ...................... President _Williams Nov . 3 _rd—Reading of a Play ( To be announced later ) ......................... Dean Tallcott Nov . _10 th—The Critic s Test , A study _in im...
MRS . SUNDERVILLE EX ECUTIVE ALUMNI SECRETARY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
MRS . SUNDERVILLE EX ECUTIVE ALUMNI SECRETARY V I Mrs . Sunderville 12 will succeed Miss Alice Stone as Executive . Alumni Secretary . Miss Stone resigned in _tlie early Summer to accept a _position in New York City , where she is happily located . Mrs . Sunderville has been actively associated with the Alumni ever since _she graduated and is not only well known , but very popular with many of the old grads . . Mrs . Sunderville would appreciate not only meeting our students but _most _especially hearing any news you , may have regarding any graduate or former student . She may be _found in the office of the Alumni _Secretary in the Administra _tion Building afternoons .
KNOX DUNLOP NOW WITH , "REDPATH " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
KNOX DUNLOP NOW WITH , REDPATH Dunnie is now in the Concert field , having signed a contract with the Redpath Bureau a few weeks ago , and we are watching his course with keen interest . He not only won the coveted Witherspoon Scholarship in competition with singers from every part of the country , June 24 th , but _he _also won warm praise from the judges in the contest . He spent the summer _studying with Mr . Witherspoon in Chicago and _now hns _started in Concert work .
SPICY BITS FROM THE PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
SPICY BITS FROM THE PRESS The seagulls report that the traffic situation is becoming terrible . _—American Lumberman . Bankers to Drink in Canada _Scenery . —Boston Heral d headline . Well , thats legal isn t it?—New York World . United States marine commander in Nicaragua reports that conditions are rap idly approaching normal _again . And every body supposed that the country was pacified . _—Arizona Record . Vice-President Dawes announces , I am not a candidate for the nomination for President . Now for a good loud controversy over the possible meanings of the verb am . —Detroit News . An American syndicate is bidding for a concession to extract the salts from the Dead Sea . Which suggests the difficulty of landing marines near this inland sea for the purpose of protecting American lives and property . —Louisville Courier-Journal . International athletic contests are advocated as an aid to world peace . This would be reasonable if somebody would invent a contest which both sides c...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
116 N , _AURORA ST .-ITHACA _. N Victor and Brunswick Records A small portable will help you with _rp i i your studies as well as your _l he latest Popular recreation—$15.00 sheet music Martin , Buescher , King , Ludwig , Leedy , and other well known makes of band and orchestra instruments Pianos rented $4.00 monthly and up Victrolas rented $2.50 monthly and up Small _instruments and supplies Everything Musical We cover the complete course with all books and _studies
CLASS ADVISORS APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
CLASS ADVISORS APPOINTED The class advisors for this year are as follows : — Seniors—Mrs . Tallcott Juniors—Miss Mary Louise Evans Sophomores—Miss Speed Freshmen—Miss Gertrude Evans Miss Marguerite Waste will again be advisor to the Student Council . On the Events Committee this year are Mr . Sampaix , Chairman , Miss Elliott _,. Executive Secretary , Miss Kimple _, Mrs . Wilcox , Mrs . Chapman and Mr . Delgado . The Student Welfare Committee will consist of Mr . Conway , chairman , assisted by Miss Sherrill , Miss Hugger , Mrs . Ott , Mrs . Williams , Miss Waste , Mr . Bogart , Mr . Bascom , _-Mr . _Aiiiten _and Mr . Smail .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 September 1927
Excellent Advice _Frosh- — I dont know what to do with my week-end . Upper Classman— Put a hat on it and keep it from catching cold ( For that first letter to your Sweetheart !) Ive divided all the world , dear , Into classes two—The people I can do without—And—YOU !