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FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
FRIDAY 4 P . M . There _will be a _meeting of all Public School Music students for the _purpose of electing officers for the year . . 8:15 P . M . _Professor Edward Meade , Director of Organ Department , _will give _, a recital in Bailey Hall at the University . All Conservatory _students are u _rged to attend this recital as it will be the first of a very unusual series .
THE NIGHT WE WATCHED IT BURN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
THE NIGHT WE WATCHED IT BURN By Don Foxe Were you ever bo scared that to even think about the incident years later would cause you to _break into a cold sweat ? If you have then you know the feeling I have at the mere mention of a theatre fire . Many of us have been in fire panics and have had narrow escapes , but the feeling is in no way similar to the one I have , and the reason is simple ; I caused the fire . I happened at a mid-state city called Canistota , one Wednesday evening several years ago . I was holding down the closing act of the bill on a week s stand vaudeville engagement , doing sleight-of-hand and Illusions . The first part of the act was devoted to minor effects _, and among these was one called the Indestructible Kerchief . A handkerchief was borrowed and after being submitted to several fire destroying processes was supposed to be returned to the owner , unharmed . The experiment had always been highly successful and I had hopes of making it more so by having th...
"THROUGH HAPPY EYES " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
THROUGH HAPPY EYES More than two weeks have passed since we arrived in Ithaca and most of us are settled , either in dormitories and fraternity _houses or in private homes . Weve gone through our first few restless , dissatisfied days and can now look at life from a saner point of view . To those who are away from home for the first time some things are rather disappointing , as some things always are , for the good and simple reason that they don t belong to home . We have _been proud to notice that there have been few open complaints in lobby or dining room and we hope that all the new students realize that the Conservatory administration is ah interested in and fair to every student as it could _possibly be . After all , the _happiest people are those who _look for and _expect happiness . The cynic s advice is to look for the worst and you won t be disappointed . But that surely is a very unhealthful point of view . We are all normal students , looking for the best the school has...
S . P . E [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
S . P . E Dr . Sharpc tells us that the schedule for the class games for the year , has not _been decided yet , but five _teams are in training at the present time . Every P . M . we see them returning from the foot-ball grounds , enthusiastic , in high spirits , and splendid trim . When these games sta rt , why not show a little school spirit , and devote some lung power to the success of the _different classes ? The girls are starting practice on that facinating game of soccer and Miss Hugger assures us some interesting entertainment soon . Let s support our classmates , folks , and get acquainted with the I . S . P . E . department and its members . curtain _and-after a few words , returned ii _. handkerchief , unharmed . The _audience _, i g _^ rant of conditions back of the curtain _anil barreassured by the _appearance of a persion on ii . _sta ge _, remained seated and soon settled bad - enjoy the motion picture that soon followel , As I look back at it now , I wasn t fri ghie...
THE PARABLE OF THE COLLEGE GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
THE PARABLE OF THE COLLEGE GIRL A certain girl went down to _college , and among critics , who stripped her of he ; respect _, and hurt her sorely , and went a _ leaving her wounded in her soul , and alone . And by chance there came down a crt Senior that way , and when she saw the she passed by on the other side . And likewise a Junior _, when she wa _; _. s _ _ place , came and looked on her and _said , _I11 a good job those Sophomore critics dill . _ verily she had not in her the making » good sorority girl . But a certain Special Student , as she f neyed , came where there was the _girl _ fell among the critics , and when she _saw she had understanding . And she went to her , and bound up hcr _^ pouring in the oil of kindness and the _ of sympathy and understanding , and slit her on her way with her , and introduce _) to her friends , and was a friend to her . Which now of these three _, think _you _. _ friend to her that fell among the critics ? Gn thou and do likewise . _—Exch...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools _KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - _Editor MARIE BARTON - - - ) _ELSIE _WATERS - - - - } Business Edltors 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 PRINT _ING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . _Y .