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TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
TUESDAY RECITAL CLASS MEETINGS AND INFORMAL DANCE 4 P . M . in the Little Theatre the regular weekly student Recital of Music and Expression students will be given . 7:15 P . M . the various classes will hold their regular _business meetings in determined places , Afterwards there will be an informal dance in the Gym under the auspices of the Junior Class ,
MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
MONDAY RECITAL OF INTERMEDIATE AND PREPARATORY DEPARTMENTS _7:30 P . M . the students of the Intermediate and Preparatory Departments of the Conservatory of Music will give their evening recital in the Little Theatre .
• THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
• THE ONCE-A-WEEK _Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools KATHER _INE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - } MARY EVELYN MASON - - _\ _^ ociate Editors MARIE BARTON - - - - _1 GENEVIEVE HERRICK - - j Buswss Editorii 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 . you will merely wonder , in disgust , why you wasted your time in things that really didnt matter . Look for the good things _. Bright days are at hand and will but last only 3 or + years in all _. So wear a smile and make friends ! Of course I might be wrong in putting affiliation before—the main purpose of your brief retreat in Ithaca , namely studies , —however , I believe that any ...
AN ALUMNAE EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
AN ALUMNAE EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION BRISTOL , _CONNECTICUT October 10 , 1927 A Letter To You Lucky Folks Still With Our Alma-Mater . Dea _. r _Fellow Students and Friends , It is so wonderful for you all to be able to say you are still at I . C . M . that I don t believe you really and truly fully appreciate it . Therefore I wish to just mention , in a most sincere manner , a bit different slant from one of the many _ who used to be but arent any more ! First of all , the home of our Alma Mater . It is beautiful and we who have passed from the picturesque gorges , hills and waters just thrive on the memory of it . It matters not where our homes might have been or are , Ithaca seems to hold something bi gger and better for all who ever lived there . Friends , do not let a day go by without thinking just a few seconds of the unequalled natural beauty and inspiration sur rounding your education _, it is there and helps you more than you are aware—so just notice even , the ever...
HERES GOOD NEWS " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
HERES GOOD NEWS The first play to be presented at the Conservatory this year is The Patsy , which _proves itself to be three acts of perfect combined brilliant humor and _touching pathos . It is a uni que play , outstanding for its wit , and interesting for its various sub-ordinate plots , which are woven so closely together , that we only see the one main theme—that of a young girl _, who so keenly desires to become popular , _that she resorts to rather extravagant methods , _Complications set in , and a trying situation ii mastered only when—— yes , the suspense has ended and you know now that it terminatei happily . • Miss Katherine Boyles is cast for the role of Patsy and carries the part exceedingly well . We all remember her for her work a The Full House last year . Mr . Roland Fernand of last years excellent standing , _asisurii a complete enjoyment of the play , and the _fad that Mr . Bob de Lany is an important character—well , we wouldn t miss it for the worlil . Conservat...
"ONCE-A-WEER" CONTEST CLOSES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
ONCE-A-WEER CONTEST CLOSES • GENEVIEVE HERRICK AND MARY EVELYN MASON CONTEST WINNERS For nearly two months the advertisers of Ithaca have been fairly swamped with petitioning students , eager to fill up their papers and magazines with _worthwhile advertisements . Con . students have not been lagging behind in _their efforts to secure ads and the success which has come to our contestants shows us that the advertisers of Ithaca not adverse to advertising with the Conservatory as long as we give them a fair deal and also some trade in return for their good will The contest opened with several contestants but conflicts in their schedules and too much outside work forced them to withdraw , thus casting the two _. remaining contestants as the winners . Genevieve Herrick and Mary Evelyn Mason are now members of our staff , Miss Herrick having secured twenty advertisements and Miss Mason having secured six making a _total in dollars and _cents which is close to the four
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
BOOK REVIEW ; ;•; CONFETTI—SOPHIE KERR _^ When one has a few minutes in which to relax , a book of short [ ibries is one way of forgetting the things at hand . E Sophie Kerr , who has a vigorous style of her own , has put in book a a collection of her own short stories which have appeared in various ; azines . They touch on many aspects of life . The city , country , and poor . There is one about a young woman taming her husband s erto unbridled temper , and another about the successful young busii man taking his wife to task for her slovenly habits . Then Knife Fork , a rather patheti c but amusing tale of the _Young Woman i sees her would-be husband lost to herself through her own kind EIBS to others—but is consoled by her epicurean taste . 1 _^ This will give an idea of the contents of this entertaining book . | _Sa ne would surely make good cuttings for a reading ! ____ _^ _s It isn t always the biggest patriot who has the tallest flagpole in his Ifnint yard .
STAR DUST [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
STAR DUST By Cristel _Hastings Of all the things a _kiss can do ! It s really a surprise ; Its mystery is far more _deep Than you may quite _surmiie . A kiss can make the world stand stillDon t _ask me how I know ; A kiss can make the stars wink out—I konw this to be so ! A kiss can make a flower bloom Where only thistles grow—Don t ask me how I know these things , I only know I know !
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
We Were Very Miidi Disappointed _^ one seems interested question How l _^ to Extract Money Painlessly we advertised in last weeks Once-a-Week . Anyway we are going to keep plugging _^ I at the Conservatory Crowd until we have had the whole Bunch in our Shop . We have Luggage , Leather , Lamblined , Fur Coats , Sweaters , Sweat Shirts , Corona Typewriters , Radios , Gymnasium Suits , Shoes and Athletic Equipment of every type for every branch of sports . Tmncm _, _King &amp; Co _Athletic Goods outfitters to over 550 College and Schools all over U . S . A . No to be in the
CON ME ANOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
CON ME ANOTHER Here is another list of questions prepared _n , pecially for the amusement of I . C . M . _studenii Are they too _difficult ? Any comment or « p gestion for improvement which you may Inn to make would be most welcome . Just _ie || A , editor or address us in care of her . Count _5 for each question correctly _answtid and then grade on the basis of 100 as a _perfy score . A half question correctly _answiirf counts 3. 1. With what university is Cornell _plarqr their first big game this fall ? 2. Who is the conductor of the Boston Siiphony Orchestra ? 3. In what type of plays does Robert _Mana _) usually act ? . 4. ( a ) From what oratorio is the _Halt _. _lujati Chorus ? ( b ) From what musical comedy is _t song Hallelujah ? 5. What is the popular name for tympani ; 6. For what is Ruth Draper famous ? 7. What famous band leader was an _IDS IB . tor in band music at Cornell University [ a _. vious to 1S95 ? 8. Who directed the photoplay Ben-Huri 9. What instrument does R...
DO YOU KNOW THAT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
DO YOU KNOW THAT WORD FROM THE GREEK Hydrophobia , a word derived from the Greek , means fear of water , and fear of water is a symptom of the disease to which dogs are subject and which the bite of the diseased dog will transmit to the bitten animal or human being . The name of the disease is rabies . DIMINUTIVE OF RICHARD The nickname of Dick is probably from Diccon _, an old English form which is a double diminutive of Richard . NAMED FOR NIKOLOI LENIN Lenin mountains will be the name of a range more than 1 , 000 miles long and 300 miles wide with some peaks _11 , 000 feet high , discovered in the Yakutsk region by a scientific expedition . PETALS TURN BACK A rather remarkable trait of the hibiscus , says the Nature Magazine , is that often , after it has been plucked , the petals will turn back , gradually returning again to normal several hours later . A silent protest , it would seem , against despoliation . MADISONS AMENDMENTS The first ten amendments to the Constitution of t...