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MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
MONDAY EFAN SOPKIN IN RECITAL TUDENTS RECITAL TUESDAY 4:00 P . M . in the Little Theatre , the second regular _student s recital for expression and dram atic students will be given . Attendance will be recorded . 7:30 Fraternity meetings will be held .
"GOOD HUNTING " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
GOOD HUNTING Conquest is the dream of every Freshman upon entering college . Some see themselves as literary _geniuses ; others as stellar lights in the social world . This dream of achievement is especially prevalent in a _school like our own where the fine arts constitute the major courses of study . Probably in few institutions in the United States is there such a profusion of talent , such as affiliation of schools , and such ambition for careers . We are very _fortunate in having a faculty to helpfull y criticise and encourage . They see that all earnest endeavor is duly recognized and rewarded . But after all _, there is no real recognition that does not come from within . It is the realization that one has put forth his best effort that _makes any achievement worth while . Outsiders may overestimate , but never our own minds . As Mr . Williams so well said , What you are determines what you are to become . A good hunter concentrates on good hunting . _He sees that his guns ar...
JUST MARRIED + * * JUST MARRIED " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
JUST MARRIED + * * JUST MARRIED Martha Harnson , Schenectady , N . Y ., to Harold Paltrowitz , Nn York City . Beryl Jourdan , Canisteo , N . Y ., to John Paige . Helen ( Skeeter ) McCoy , Austin , Pa ., to Arcine Koth , Austin _, R Hazel Littlefield , Kennebunk , Me ., to Steven J . Steger , Nashau , N . E Margaret Tilton , Neptune , Pa ., to Robert H . Head , Ithaca , N . Y . Augusta Halsey , Water Mill _, N . Y ., to Raymond Osborne , Wai _: Mill , N . Y . Vera Milks , Ithaca , N . Y ., to Carlos Furman , Ithaca , N . Y . _, Charlotte Reese , New York City , to B . F . Jackson , New York Ci : Ruth Fuller , WilkesBarrc , Pa ., to Roy Pritchard , Ithaca , N . _Y . Margaret Webb , Duncansville , Pa ., to Arthur Freeman , Altoona , F .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools _[ _CATHERINE V . _BOYLKS ----------- Edi _tor MARIE BARTON ------- _-I &gt; Bus _iness Editors 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 , _last minute notices may be received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
ALL OF US CALL IT "CON " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
ALL OF US CALL IT CON A schedule and books and a lesson to learn , A faculty over all , A group of laughing students who Have listened and caught the call . And all through the play and the lessons Seeing the end of strife . Some of us call it the Con you know , And some of us , call it—Life . The dorms and the days when we learn to know , That living is just to—give . The friends that we find and the smiles we see , That make it worth while to _live , And all through the laughter , the heart-ache , A longing , a fulfillment blends , Some of us call it the Con you _know , And some of us , _, finding _friends ! ( With apologies to Carruthers . ) By a Newcomer
STEFAN SOPKIN CONCERT ARTIST OF INTERNA -TIONAL REPUTATION NOW MASTER TEACH - ER IN THE VIOLIN DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
STEFAN SOPKIN CONCERT ARTIST OF INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION NOW MASTER TEACH - ER IN THE VIOLIN DEPARTMENT .. .. _WilliAppear in Recital October 3 rd .... The following excerpt _from the Chicago Her-ald-Examiner , _-will - best introduce our _latest _addition to the Faculty to our readers : — A more decided and _convincing success has not been heard in Chicago concert halls for many a day . Mr . Sopkin would seem to have every attribute of distinguished violin art . His technical development has attained virtuosity . His musicianship has authority of maturi ty _vitalized by the refreshing impulse of youth . His tone is pure , of great expressive variety . Another writer has said of Mr . Sopkin—In the forefront of contempory violinists of the younge r generation stands conspicuously the name of Stefan Sopkin , an American by birth and early training , who , though in his _middle twenties , has already achieved enviable successes both in the country of his birth and abroad . The spiritua...
IN THE BOOK WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
IN THE BOOK WORLD Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping In _one of the most talked of books of the season , the author of Doomsday has succeeded in portray ing the results of an undying will power of Capt . Sorrell , an English gentleman . Deserted by a pleasure-loving and materialistic wife , Sorrell finds himself left almost poverty stricken to care for his son Kit . His ambition is to raise Kit as a gentleman , but to educate him to meet all the trials and difficulties of life with his eyes open . Kit lives his life as the son of a hotel porter with both chagrin and pleasure As he grows to manhood his desire to become a surgeon is _intensified only by his father s desire for his success . . Sorrell becomes a big man in the hotel business to give Kit a chance to succeed . Kit proves his worth and finds happiness in _ his marriage with an authoress only to have it dimmed by his father s death . But Sorrell s grit , his wisdom and his understanding , live on forever in the minds and he...
ULIA SUTTON TO TRAVEL WITH "SEVENTH [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
ULIA SUTTON TO TRAVEL WITH SEVENTH HEAVEN Everyone in the Con will be happy _to hear that Julie- Sutton has secured a thirty-two week s engagement to travel the middle East with Seventh Heaven . Julie will understudy _the lead and play the role of Arlette . It is an unusual opportunity for a beginner and we have faith that for her it will be a step to big things . She made her debut here last Spring in the title role of The Piper . We shall miss Julie this year , not only in dramatics , but in all the student organizations .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
ONCE-A-WEEK —or six times a week this store is always at the _service of the students of The Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools . To the Frosh we extend the glad hand of Welcome and would certainly be pleased to meet you . The others alread y know us . We suggest you run over this list and see if there is anything you need— Young Men s Suits Sweaters Top-Coats Hosiery Trousers Berets Overcoats Slickers Shirts Neckwear Knickers Gloves Caps Hats Laundry Cases Leather Jackets Golf Hose Paj amas BEN MINTZ , Inc 129-131 East State Street _ESTABLISHED SINCE 1876
MR . LAUTNER TO GIVE RECITAL TONIGHT ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
MR . LAUTNER TO GIVE RECITAL TONIGHT ! An opportunity will be afforded tonight to hear Mr . Lautner , Concert Artist , who joined our faculty this year as a vocal teacher in the Public School Music Department . Mr . Lautner comes to us with an established reputation _, and _is considered one of Boston s biggest tenors , as well as a _recitalest of wide experience . - Tickets for the recital will be free to all _students , who may also obtain them for their friends upon application to Mr . Brown . You cannot afford to miss hearing this recital . The following will be the program : . I a . If Thou My Heart Will Give _Me ..... Bach b . I Attempt From Love s Sickness to Fly ..... .................................. Purcell c . Recitative—Comfort _Ye My People Aria—Every Valley Shall Be Exalted ( The Messiah ) .................. Handel II a . Whoin b . Du Bist Die Ruh c . Stanchen d . Der Dappelganger ................. Schubert III Four Negro Spirituals Arrangements by Wm . C . Heilman a ...
TO I . C . M [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
TO I . C . M A dear school , a near school , Is I . C . M . to me . A gay school , a play school , A jolly place to be . A smile school , worth-while school , Sincere in heart and hand , A real school , ideal school , The best school in the land ! A work school , not shirk school , Each shoulder to the wheel , Each man here a fan here , For its the way we feel ! A team school , a dream school , Remembered th rough the years . Worth knowing school , a growing school So , I . C . M . three cheers ! By a Newcomer
NEW RULING OF W . S . G . A [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 September 1927
NEW RULING OF W . S . G . A Any girl enrolling in the Ithaca _Conservatory and Affiliated Schools , having previously at . tended another school or college , but • _havigr been classified scholastically as a freshman in this school , will be considered a member of the Freshman Class . However , upon present _] _, tion of a _record of good conduct from the _Dean of the former School , she may be _entitltd _socially to sophomore priveleges . Signed : — Kathryn Hill , President of W . S . G . A .