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ATMOSPHERE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
ATMOSPHERE Do you think that the atmosphere of our school would impress a stranger as a center of Fine Arts ? Especially our lobby . Do you think that the way we lounge around , —some of us sprawled on the divans _, others sitting on the tables—gives the Conservatory entrance a very dignified appearance ? We don t think of these things as very serious . It is only natural that we should want to relax _between classes . But really , we do not realize the unfavorable comment that outsiders can make . They expect culture in the Conservatory and arc disappointed if they don t find it . Most of us are sinners in this respect . We just forget , that s all . After all , culture is mostly courtesy . And it isnt very courteous for the boys to sit with their feet on the tables , or the girls to sit on the tables with their legs swinging . Just because we are in rather crowded circumstances is no reason why we should not progress , and add to our tradition the greatest possible element of refi...
TANN MOESTA HAS SUC CESSFUL FIRST NIGHT IN STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
TANN MOESTA HAS SUC CESSFUL FIRST NIGHT IN STOCK Tann Moesta is quite the little trouper now , _according to a letter received _by _Mrs . Van Vost , _Secretary of Ithaca _Theatre Corpoi . _ilion Her name has _been changed to Mesta and appear _s nightly on Al Luttrin _ficr Player _- _, _promam at Quincy , Mash . The Quincy Patriot _Ledger sends the following account of Tann s First night ! : Quincy theatre goers _were indeed gcnuinel delighted to have _the Al Luttringer _Players return to this city if the vociferous and prolinisc il applause _given each and every member 1 the company _as they made their initial appea _iance in The Little Spitfire at the _New Walla _-ion _Theatre last night _is any criterion . As the curtain _rose prolonged applan- c greeted the first two members of the coni p ; _to step onto the stage _, Malcolm McLeod , ever popular Quincy boy _, and the new ingenue , Mi Tann Mesta . After the play the manage r introduced each member of the company , including the n...
VOICE TRIALS BEING HELD FOR GLEE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
VOICE TRIALS BEING HELD FOR GLEE CLUB The voice trials for the Glee Club are now being organized in the Ithaca Institution of Public School Music are taking place this week . Mr . Lautner is delighted at the fine _voices he has found . Rehearsals will begin next week and will be regularly held on Wednesdays at 3:15. The music that is to be studied will include a number of old English _madrigals , fine arrangements of folk songs , the Love _Songs of Brahms , and modern pieces for female voices . Mr . Lautner himself gave his first semipublic performances as soloist with the Harvard Glee Club . The Boston Herald says he has _grown so amazingly in his art since that _time while the Boston Herald in speaking of one of his concerts declares , Not only has he a lovely voice , but he sings with a fine intelligence and he knows how to choose and _arrange his program . The fact that Mr . Lautner began as a
AMONG ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
AMONG ALUMNI Stuart Gracey , of Geneva , N . i ., and a former graduate of the _Conservatory , received quite a favorable review in a recent number of the _Musical Courier . Mr . Gracey has returne d home after spending five years in Ital y . Frank I-I . Warren , former music editor _of _the New York World _, reviewed his Geneva concert for the _Dail y Times and said : It was a great pleasure to hear Mr . Gracey again _after a five-year interval ; it was a _greater _pleasure to note the progress _he-has made in that peiiod . Opera , we take it , is Mr . Gracey s chosen _field and for this medium he has , ah showhlast evening , the _voice , and the beginning of an operatic style and manner . His higher notes _versing on a tenor , are a delight . They will carry him far with a majority of opera patrons . After the concert the Sons of _Italy , an _Italian Society in Geneva _, gave a banquet , at _which Mr . Gracey was guest of honor .
MU PHI PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
MU PHI PERSONALS It is with pleasure that _we _present to the read ers ut the Once-A-Week the program of Juanita Lane _as it was broadcast _from the Syracuse Hotel thru Station W . S . Y . R . on Saturday Oct . Sth . Mrs . Lane who is a Mu Phi from Mu Tail Chapter at South Dakota , won the full scholarship in voice last year . Alice Marsh _, an active member in our chapter was the accompanist . The program included the following _numbers : Come Raggio Del Sol ......... Tears From A Lute of Jade .. Til I Awake .................. By the Waters of Minnetonka .. Baby ( A Lullaby ) ............. The Spring _Song of the Robin Shanewis .................... Coldora • _Irranij cd by Franklin Harri _s .................... _F inilcn .................. Leurancc _Bertram _! _Broivn Cadman s Opera frnm Wnman
_TOMORROW IS CAMPUS DAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
_TOMORROW IS CAMPUS DAY Old South Hill will ring tomorrow with the music of Patsy Conway s band , and the shouts of Con students—six hundred strong . Just wait _• til _l the Phy Eds under Dr . Sharpe get hold of _home of the music and dramatic kids . Oh boy ! Will we be limbered up ! _Ve-i , it s going to be a big day . Last spring we didn t Ret to _go on our campus picnic but we re going to pack in enough fun tomorrow to _last a whole year . Don t forget to wear old _clothes because for once in our lives we are sho going to be really affiliated on our future campus . Dochn t it sound great ! Oh , joy !
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating Rhinestone setting—Buttons covered _Promp t service — We aim _So please DI \ L 7723 205 N . AURORA ST . At a recent wedding the brides brothers , two soldiers _, a policeman and a _sailor , were all present . The bridegroom went quietl y , I under _stand .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
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COMPLETION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
COMPLETION is athletics . At the University of _Illinois _, in my under-graduate days , I played on the football team , wrestled and was a member of the track team . I have always been and am now very much interested in athletic events . This was news , indeed , and almost a unique _statement . It is a notable fact that one very seldom finds a college professor who has figured prominently as an athlete . Somehow the combination does not seem to go together . I referee football games now , continued Professor Dallenbach , And then another hobby of mine is pistol shooting . I have done considerable of that and am rated an expert , I believe . All this was somewhat surprising . But when we stopped to consider Professor Dallenbach s vigorous appearance it was not so surprising after all . Of course his expressed liking for chess , also , seemed perfectly natural . That is a psychological game , more or less . How did you come to take up psychology as a life work ? we asked . Well , I be...
AN INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR K . M . DALLENBACH [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
AN INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR K . M . DALLENBACH As far as the knowledge of the writer extends this article may or may not be the _firsit of a series . If it is , however , we suggest that the series be dedicated to the proposition that All teachers are created human . For we have now a strong suspicion that they are , every one of them . And the suspicion arises from our recent delightfu l interview with Professor K . M . Dallenbach . When the Editor handed us the _assignment for the present article we were rather overcome by the prospect . Not knowing Professor Dallenbach personally and having a sort of inborn _mistrust for _gentlemen with Ph . D . s , anyway , it hemed a formidable task to interview . him . But we really should have known better . He is a most pleasant person to meet , as we soon discovered . Moreover , he has some surprising interests outside of the subject which he teaches . It proved really to be a thoroughly _enjoyable conversation that we held with him . In th...
NEIGHBORS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
NEIGHBORS Two little English girls made friends _whilf playing on the seashore . Said Number One to Number Two : Where _d _° you live ? In London , replied Number Two . London ? said _Number One , suitably impressed . Thats where the King and Queen live , isn t it ? Yes , replied Number Two , and then with becoming modesty she added , but not in » _ street . —London Morning Post .
THE ROBINSON STUDIO [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 13 October 1927
THE ROBINSON STUDIO _Robinson Studio invites you to come in and look over our work Photographer to _the Cayugan 212-214 E State St . _Robinson _Studio _invites vou to come in nnd _Innk nver _nur wnrk I _Shhhhhhhhhhhh- _ Scandal !!! _gi There was scandal on foot , and a riot to boot , in the region of Bniks Hall dorm , for they dodged first floor , used the cellar door , and tgas feared they had come to harm . And nobody knows how the _jUtstion aroi _, e , and traveled all up and down , Its a scandalous state , | j how do they rate , the six best cellars in town ? Still in and out Eat cellar door , the Banks hall gang did tread , and all the authorities Itpthing around , were about to report to the head . The thing went on _^? 1 bad to verse—witness this would be pome —till the steps were _tele , and Banks Hall said , Come , lookit our happy home ! Telephone 2142 • Established 1883 It is with both pleasure and pride that we call your attention to our Dyeing Service . Let us Dye that ...