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Sigma Sidelights [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Sigma Sidelights Did you hear the latest —? Bob Boothroyd may turn S . A . I . At least it must be admitted he s a good candy salesman . It makes our hearts _rejoice when we see the pledges serving refreshments as loyally as they did at Mr . Dalands recital . Really they may turn out to be quite accomplished yet . _• We thought—as a whole , the girls in Sigma were passably intelligent looking unti l Ev . Swank appeared on recital as . Olga Olsen . Horrors ! Our fondest hopes were shattered ! Recently we enjoyed . the privilege of entertaining Miss Sherrill at dinner .
"TH&ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
TH&amp;ONCE-A-WEEK Student _Publication of the Conservatory of Music Ithaca , New York _-GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- Editor-in-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ 1 _ _ &gt; Associate Editors EVELYN BOZMAM ------- J _EVELYN SWANK ------- Business Manager _MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistant Business Manager
Mu Phi Epislon [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Mu Phi Epislon Mu Phi has lost its talented reporter for a week—hence the _prose form . Since the last weekly issue , we have had a very successful Hallowe en party . At _11:30 everyone assembled in Mary Louise s room where a bounteous feast had been laid . You should have seen Betty a _&gt; Paul Revere , Louise as a Broadway flapper of the 70 , Kay as a model and _Sparkle in the unusual dress of Napie _Napoleon . . Other guests were Thuthan and Thammy who lithped ; On Monday night we all attended a glorious Pajama party at Williams Hall . Fun galore ! The Billites are sure good entertainers .
Blue Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Blue Notes A Weekly Colyum by D . J . P . Br-rr ! After chilly October comes frosty November , Then too-brief vacation in snowy December—And next comes the shivery , bleak January , When none but the hardy on street-corners tarry . The ice will be icy , and the slush will be sloshy , And well be mitteny , mufflery , furred , and galoshy . Yes , it certainly is a hard , cold , dangerous world but after all , as D . Parker says—Razors pairi you , Rivers are damp , Acides stain you , Drugs cause cramp , Guns aren t lawful , • Nooses all give , Gas smells awful , You might as well live . Our readers all tell us that we are too frightfully cynical regarding _La grande passione , so just to get even , we werent going to say a word about love in our Colyum this week . But here is something so seasonable we simply couldn t resist it : — Before you love , Learn to run through snow Leaving no foot print . Old Turkish Motto Of course it s all according to whom or what one happens to love thoug...
To Give Recital [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
To Give Recital Knox Dunlop and George Snyder are going to LeRoy , N . Y ., Friday night Nov . 12 , 1926 , to give a recital with Ailene Lawrence , a former graduate . The recital will be given in Ingham Hall . To Alfred , the sweet little feller , Mrs . Tallcott was talking of color . Why really , said Pat . What s the matter with that ? I can not tell purp le from yellar . M . E . Not Herbert —A Comedy of the Night . Personals Howard Foster , 1925 , Canisteo _, N . _Y ., was in Ithaca last Saturday and attended the Saturday nigh t performance of The _FamttyS &gt; Tpstairs . Mrs . Laura Hinkley Snyder 1923 , has opened a studio of dramatic art and expression in Rochester , N . _Y . Word has been received from Mrs . Kathryn Wieting Springsted , _1922 , that she will be in Ithaca to attend the Dartmouth-Cornell game . Mrs . Springsted will stay at the Sigma Alpha Iota House . Miss Verona Bobby Willis , who is teaching in Akron , N . Y ., has been the guest for the week-end of...
Confidential [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Confidential Have you heard of the amazingly daring crimes , Jewel _robberies and what nots that have been going on in our very midst just _recently ? We happen to know this is the one and only reason why Queen Marie was forced to refuse our invitation to _spend a week of her stay at the I . C . M ., and we can hardly blame her , a queen cannot afford to take a chance—crown jewels are not to be had for a song ! Everyone is keyed up to the highest and why _. not—i t has been said by those who know that this re-incarnation of Raffles who has descended upon us could extract the gold from your teeth or take the silve r threads from your _mother s hair . and not get caught at it . Well the New York Players have enlisted their services and are working night and day to expose this dangerous character . So far the only statement they will make is that it is . NOT HERBERT . But they have promised on their honor to force a confession from the culprit next Tuesday night in _the Little Theatre ...
How to Get Warm [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
How to Get Warm 1. Sell fire insurance . Value a man s _store at twice what its worth . Sleep over store until warm . 2. Throw _ rocks at a Policeman . He will make _things hot for you . 3. Pay all your bills- at once . Make bonfire _with stubbs . Even the _neighbors can get warm !
Newman Hall [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Newman Hall Newmanites are busy folks these days . _-Lights have been burning far into the _night , while industrious pupils pursue knowledge in . the _form of Psychology , _History or _French . We are also preparing for a tea on Sunday afternoon , November seventh . All in all , we havent _. much time to waste . If youll forgive us for our brevity this week , well promise to have a lot of news in the next issue—after we ve finished with prelims _! F . Kinnear . Thats the guy I m laying for , said the Hen the barnyard . as the farmer crossed Phi Delta Pi vs . John s Every Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday and Sunday evening at seven n _clni-li- _thr _Irifchfp t g g _^ _- _ _- _^ TT _.. 11 ; _c _tV _, _p cffne nf slashing knives and rollicking laughter . At seven-thirty the clamor has died _. _Jdawn-and _-in-its _ptacc—are-sand- _ wiches varied in kind , Ebuntiful in size and delicious in taste . At nine-thirty the Phi Delta Pi girls go from dorm to sorority house—then from sorority hou...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
Lew Cody My parents taught me not to smoke—I don t Nor listen to a naughty joke , —I don t , They make it clear I must not wink At pretty girls , or even think About intoxicating drink . —I dont . I kiss no girls , not even one . I do not know how it is done _You would not think I have much fun—I don t . George Snyder : Well , I gotabegoin . SIong .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
If you were there , yon know , —if you weren t there , you ve heard about it by this time , —The Annual Hallowe en Ball given by the Amard Fraternity Friday night , Oct . 30 , 1926. The Rainbow Men tooted in full glory , and the masqueraders enjoyed a bewitchingly Jolly dance that was exceptional because of the friendly cordial spirit that permeated the atmosphere from start to finish .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 November 1926
We Will Talk To The Girls To-day See the smart Combination Hat Boxes and Suit Cases _, two _different _colors—genuine Cowhide and only $20.00 for the set . Yes we have Hat Boxes from $3.50 up . Selling loads of the imported Beret Caps . Eight different colors . They are hard to _resist and so useful and good looking . Why dont you come in and see the _wonderful novelties we have ? Thanks for a call . Treman , King &amp; Co Radios , Corona Typewriters and Athletic Goods
Announcements—Week of November 22 nd [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Announcements—Week of November 22 nd Mon . A . M . 8:15 Thanksgiving Readings—Mr . Talcott . 9 : 00 Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall . . P . M . 7:00 Sigma Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30 Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority _House . 8:15 Williams School of Expression _Recital . Tues . P . M . 4:00 Student Recital—Little Theatre . 7:00 Amard Meeting—Chapter Room . 7:30 Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . 8:15 Old Homestead—Little Theatre . Wed . A , M . 8:15 Counting the Minutes Until 12:00 VACATION !!!! P . M . 8:15 Old Homestead —Little Theatre . Thurs . P . M . 2:30 Matinee Performance of The Old Homestead . 8:15 Old Homestead —Little Theatre . Fri . P . M . 8:15 Old Homestead —Little Theatre . Sat . P . M . 2:30 Matinee _ Performance of Old Homestead . 8:15 Old Homestead —Little Theatre . Mon . A . M . 8:15 A Bi g Sing —Assembly . 9 : 00 Chaperons _Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . _8:15 Orchestra _Concert—Conservatory Hall . Expression Student s Recital Monday , November 22 , 1926 8:15 P . M . A One-act Play...