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"KNOW ITHACA " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
KNOW ITHACA INTERNATIONAL SALT COMPANY , Inc . Millions of years ago , in what was known as the Silurian Age , huge deposits of salt were laid down in the region that is now Northwestern New York State . A huge inland sea evidently dried up and there remained behind heavy beds of rock salt . _Subsequent deposits of mud and sand covered the salt and caused it to sink below the surface so that inexhaustible salt deposits are now located in the vicinity of Ithaca at a depth of 2 , 200 feet . The overlaying strata of mud , now turned to rock , have protected this material from the erosion of surface waters . Common salt is the earliest known mineral necessary for the support of human life and has occupied a prominent place in industrial development and commercial enterprises for all ages . The immense deposits of Austria , Russia , Germany and England have been worked for centuries and were important factors in the earl y wars . In China , salt is the unfailing source of government reve...
CON ME ANOTHE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
CON ME ANOTHE The following set of questions , based on the idea of the _famous Ask Me Another Scries , has _been prepared _with the thought of keeping all the varied interests of _Conservatory students in view . For instance , No . 3 should appeal to the Phy Eds , while No . 7 ought to be a snap for the Band Boys . See how many you can _answer and how far your knowledge _extends outside your own department . _Count 5 or each question correctly _answered and then _grade on the basis of 100 a &gt; _, a perfect _score . A half question correctly answered counts 3. 1. What _instruments are included in the Flonxaley Quartet ? 2. Why is the saxophone so named ? 3. ( a ) What country won most of the long distance running _event _s at the 1924 Olympic _games ? ( b ) Who was considered their best runner ? What type of entertainment does the Orpheum Circuit _supply ? What is the name of Beethoven s only _opera ? ( a ) Who is the author of the play Peer Gym ? ( b ) What _composer wrot...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
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GIRLS ! GIRLS ' . GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
GIRLS ! GIRLS . GIRLS Would you win the man you love ? Would you have your _own happy home like Marge and Jane and Ruth ? Of course you would ! Then let us help you FREE . Do not send us a cent . _Just pay _the postman $2.12 to cover postage when he delivers to you absolutely free a cop ) of our world-famous book—How to Be a Great Siren , by the famous writer , Helava Dlin . One of the famous passages in the book is , Twenty-nine days _aga she was a wallflower—and now look at her . We want to help you , young lady . Don t delay . Write now and grasp your opportunity . Some of the chapter headings in How to Be a Great _Sir _en are—I . Spot the Man _You Want . • • II . How to Take Him in Hand . III . The Hows and Whats to Do With Backward Proposers . IV . The First Step in Disillusioning a Mere Man . V . Seven Methods of Putting Him in His Place . VI . What to Do If He Has No Car . VII . How to Extract Money Painlessly . VIII . Why Get Married Anyway ? and many other abhorbing _chapte...
ANSWERS TO "CON ME ANOTHER " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
ANSWERS TO CON ME ANOTHER 1. 1 st and 2 nd _violins , viola and cello . 2. For its inventor , Antoine Joseph Saxe . _3. ( a ) Finland . ( b ) Paavo Nurml . 4. Vaudeville . 5. Fidelio . 6. ( a ) Henrik Ibsen ( b ) Edvard Grieg . 7. The Stars and Stripes Forever . 8. ( a ) _As _. an orchestral conductor . ( b ) Dutch . 9. Chu Chin Chou 10. Walter Camp . 11. As a band leader , _composer and trombole _soloist ( any two ) 12. ( a ) Acres of Diamonds ( b ) Russel H . Conwell . 13. Jess Willard . Gene Tunney . 14. ( a ) Very soft . ( b ) Increasing in loudness . 15. George Arliss . 16. Walter Johnson . 17. Tenor . 18. The harp . 19. The ocarino . 20. Cavalleria Rusticanna . Nat Shepard— He has a lot of culture hasn t he ? Judy Baynar— Yes , but it is all physical . Some men take good care of an automobile , others treat it like one of the family .
BURNS BAKERY AURORA STREEI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
BURNS BAKERY AURORA STREEI THE CORNER BOOK STORE Try our Bread Cakes and Delicacies Dr . Ott left Sunday to hold a community institute in Perry , N . _^ He will go from there to Pottsville , Pa ., and will probably not rcturD to Ithaca for a month or so . The Once-A-Week will announce _till address every week . First Frosh— How long have you been in Ithaca ? Sec . Ditto— Long enough to spend all my first months _allowance . First F . — Shake , Ive been here a week , too .
_U , ,, _v _^ , K - W . J . FULKERSON , PROF [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 October 1927
_U , ,, _v _^ , K - W . J . FULKERSON , PROF The Biggest Little Restaurant in The _Bigg _est _Little _City ALL HOME COOKING Cor . Green and Cayuga Sts
SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
SATURDAY Mil PHI _RPSTLON BRIDGE ST [ JI ) RNT SRRVICRS AMARDS 3 to 5 P . M . Mu Phi Epsilon sorority will give a Benefit Bridge at their Chapter House on North Tioga Street . SUNDAY Conservatory students are _urged to _attend Sabbath _Clashes and _Breakfasts in the various city churches—also at Sage Chapel . MONDAY 7:30 P . M . The Amards will _meet in room 50.
THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
THURSDAY MR . TALLCOTTS RECITAL CAMPUS DAY HOUSEWARMINGS + P . M . In the Little Theatre Mr . Tallcott will read _Experience . _Everyone is welcome at these Recitals whether you wish to apply for credit or would like to attend _occasionall y . FRIDAY The Conservatory and all affiliated schools will _observe Campus Day on South Hill . A half holiday will be given in all departments . All the dormitories will hold their annual house warmings . All the faculty and directors are cordially invited to go over every house and help the judges select the prize winning house and room .
TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
TUESDAY _RECITAL DRESS REHEARSAL _FOR THR PATSV 4 P . M . Weekl y student recitals of Music and expression Theatre . Remember—record is being kept of all _absences ! 7:30 P . M . _Dress rehearsal for The Patsy will be _held will be by invitation . _students will _he _held in the Little A word to the wise is sufficient . in the Little _Theatre . _Admission
$20 , 000 IN PRIZES OFFERED IN COMPOSERS CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
$20 , 000 IN PRIZES OFFERED IN COMPOSERS CONTEST KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor MARIE BARTON - - - 1 ELSIE WATERS - - - - J Business Etlitors 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 . OPEN TO ALL CONSERVATORY STUDENTS AND FACULTY The year 1928 marks the hundredth anniversary of the death of Franz Schubert . World wide tribute is assured through the International Composers Contest , _embracing twenty-six nations with the interest centering in America . Contestants may propose two movements for the continuation of Schubert s Unfinished Symphony , or they may submit an original work in two movements , composed in the romantic spirit which animates Schubert s music and especially _his Unfinished S...