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CONWAY BAND PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
CONWAY BAND PROGRAM 1. Overture—I I Guarany ............ _Gomes 2. Torchlight Dance—The Bride of ...... Kaschmir ................... Rubenstein 3. Trombone Solos—Cujus Animum .. Rossini Paul Lester 4. Ballet Divertissement Henry VIII ..... ........................... _. _Saint-Saens a . A Scottish Idyll b . Dance of the Gipsy Girl c . Jig and Finale . _5. _Dialogue for E flat and B flat Clarinets ................................... Hamm Raymond Moyer and Lee C . Smail 6. Homoresque—A Southern Wedding . _Latter It is night . The Darkey sleeps peacefully and dreams of his happy bachelor days . He snores lustily . Dawn approaches . The clock strikes seven . A cock crows . The alarm clock rings . It is his wedding day . He indulges in a merry dance and whistles his favorite melody . The wedding bells ring and guests assemble . Wedding procession starts for the church . The organist plays a short voluntary . The Parson , Bride and Groom come forward . After the ceremony the happy couple ...
CLASS OF ' 28 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
CLASS OF 28 Without a doubt the Ithaca Conservatory of Music and Affiliated Schools has reached a climax this year . The Senior class of 1928 is the very best in history ! Of course we don t want to brag but well tell you a few plain facts . We had a meeting Tuesday , October the eleventh , for the purpose of electing officers . Mrs . Tallcott , our Class Advisor , was with us and helped us immensely with the business which means so much to us and to the _whole school , indirectly . As a result of this meeting we have as our : President—Lew Cody - Vice-president—Ben Phillips Secretary—Maurice Gelder Treasurer—Marjorie Seeley Class Reporter—Mitzi Simons After the motion of adjournment an enjoyable dance was held in the gym . Great things are expected of this graduating group . Have you been wondering why I haven t said something about its being quality and not quantity that counts ? Perhaps I shouldn t have mentioned it—however its true ! Now that we are all _organized , this _class ...
TUNIOR CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
TUNIOR CLASS Here we are again back to have a good time and incidentally to work . The first thing we did was to elect _officers to represent our class . We elected : President—Howard Nettleton Vice-president—Karl Witzler Secretary—Cecil Stevens Treasurer—Ruth Wolfe Class Reporte r—Gretchen Mack Miss Mary Louise Evans was with us at our first meeting . Every thing was in fine working order and everyone _is going to work hard _this year and make the class the peppiest in the school . With the help of all the rest of the school we hope to have some good social events and make a year book . G . M .
UNREVEALED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
UNREVEALED Tis not the spoken word that shakes thy heart , — The silence trembles with unuttered thought ; A score of unknown friends consoles thee not , When thee and only one thee loves , must part . r The farthest beauty most beguiles thine eye , — Has thee not longed to touch the gleaming star ? —And as thee looked , with dreaming eyes afa r , Trod petals of roses , and left them , bruised , to die ? The sweetest songs are they that never stirred The velvet strings of lyre or lute to voice , But in some ecstasy of secret choice , Stole to thy heart , _unbidden and unheard . Nor does the one great deed make thee sublime ; Does thee not know that every friendly smile And every lift along a weary mile , Are beat upon the soundless drums of Time ? Then grieve not that thee cannot grasp thy star , Or find the song thy very life concealed ;—- God gives us magic in things unrevealed , And one by one we know them as they are . Doris Joy Starr .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
_Overcoat Headquarters _^ BROWN &amp; BROWN OVERCOATS _Custom Built Ready-to-put-on The Overcoat portrayed is custom built exclusively for this shop of finest . Imported and American overcoatings in navy blues , oxford grays and distinctive Scotch mixtures of tans and browns . $35 to $65 Brown &amp; Brown 142 EAST STATE STREET
DID YOU KNOW THAT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
DID YOU KNOW THAT DODO LONG EXTINCT The dodo _was seen on the island of Mauritius two or three centuries ago . There is no probability that any are alive in the world today . MYTHOLOGYS MEANING Mythology may be described as a collection of babies and traditions referring to the forces of nature , to national heroes and to the pagan gods . The nature-myths are primitive attempts to explain the process of nature , and may be looked upon as the beginning of natural science . The _heromyths are akin to sacred mythology . FIRST ADHESIVE STAMPS The adhesive _postage stamp was invented May 6 , 1840 , by James Chalmers , bookseller _, of Dundee , Scotland , according to an answered question in Liberty . It was not adopted in America until _184-7. SAILORS INTRODUCE STYLE Sweaters , though universally worn now , were unknown to the general world a generation ago . It was the sailors and fishermen of northern Europe who first introduced sweaters into society and set the fashion . ANCIENTS OVER...
ANSWERS TO "CON ME ANOTHER " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
ANSWERS TO CON ME ANOTHER 1. Pnnceton . 2. Serge Koussevitzsky . 3. Shakespearian . 4. ( a ) Handel s Messiah . ( b ) Hit The Deck . 5. Kettle drums . 6. Original character readings . 7. Patrick Conway . 8. Fred Niblo . 9. The piano . _10. Prize fight _promoter . _11. ( a ) John Golden . ( b ) Turn To The Right , _The _Firsi Year , Three Wise Fools , Thank You , Four Walls , etc . ( Any one ) 12. The U . S . Marine Band . 13. A grand opera . 14. ( a ) Richard Wagner . ( b ) By annual festival performanc es _1° that city of his greatest operas . 15. Seven feet . 16. Usually from the intestines of sheep . 17. Playwriting . 18. The United States . 19. Bill Tilden . 20. They are noted concert band leaders .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
ought to be , morally and every other w ay . All unconsciously follow her and she _helps you more than any _other one person in Ispe . _She helps by being stern , friendly and handing out constructive criticism of your teaching . All she does , is for the good of each girl . She has the interest of the school at _heart . The others , Mrs . Thorne , Mrs . Randolph—Moakley and OConneIl and all the rest are also as good as any instructors—so folks , be thankful and help them to help you make the grade and come out on top , for the Faculty _is fine and when you get out and away from them you will miss them and just begin to appreciate what they are . In summing up , friends , let me say that the happiest of all days are those spent with the Alma Mater . Wear your best smile ; be friend _- ly to all— and work with one of the best Faculties in the country—and youll win and be happy when you graduate . Pat Hanisch
JIMJAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
JIMJAMS The Other Day I heard A grey beard Say . In what Consists The glories Of the Con ? And another Grey beard Said , In learning And Successful GRADUATES . Or in A Reputation For Fine Work . And I just chawed Right on For quite A Spell . And I Just thought about Seeing an old Girl Stop a moment In her rush To say , How goes it ? To A new girl . And I says , Says I , The glory Of the Con—Is in an OUTSTRETCHED HAND I Thank you .
I . S . P . E [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
I . S . P . E To I . S . P . E . It so happens that I am an ex-Phy Ed and Id like to say just a personal word to you all —men and women—Your Faculty is the best and as good as _any other Normal School . Doc Sharpe is dear to each of you . He means everything to you men and the best you can do is to try to be just a little like _him . Note : Do what he wants you _to and _thinks you do—morally , physically and mentally . You will never regret it . Girls!—Yes , each and everyone of you—remember what you do , day to day , counts in the final reckoning . Miss Hugger is equal to any of the women in our profession . You perhaps do _-not think I am right _in what I am going to say , however let it sink in ! She is outstanding to every girl while at Ispe or should be ; she is all that we physical education instructors
TWO LYRICS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
TWO LYRICS TO A FLIRT If I could read within your eyes An answer true to all my whys , And honest faith and kindness , too , I would _believe that you were true : But when your eyes are not sincere , And just because is all I hear , And then you give your careless laugh I think you only love me half . TO A SWEETHEART Little girl , you were very true And quite the sweetest I ever knew ; Innocent trust in your _violet eyes , Thinking that I was so good and wise _, Willing to give me all of you ; Little girl , you were very true . I only asked for a single hour ; But , oh , I wanted a passion flower ! Rupert Z .
AN IDEAL EXAM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
AN IDEAL EXAM 1.—Distinguish between Georges Carpentier and Georges Clemenceau . 2.—Compare George IV with our own George C . Williams . 3.—Between what two countries was the France-Prussian war fought ? 4.—What great event happens the _25 th of December ? 5.—Trace _the- evolution of the Camel Walk . 6.—Define the following terms , lamp post , pathetic , second-hand bond . 7.—Distinguish between Paris Helen of Troy , and Marshall s Helen of the Con—E . L . W .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
Quality _Service E . H . WANZER , Inc . THE GROCERS Aurora St . State St . RICHES HAVE WINGS Riches oftentimes , if nobody takes them away , take to themselves _wings and fly away ; and , truly , many a time the undue sparing of them ia but letting their wings grow , which makes them ready to fly away . —Leighton . wearing _Apparel , Arts , _novelties ana Antiques LADIES EXCHANGE 411 EAST STATE STREET New Fancy Shoppe Ithaca , New _York Phone 2498 PAIR TEST Another very good intelligence test is a twenty-dollar bill in your pocket . THE DUNCKER ART SHOP Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating Rhinestone setting—Buttons covered Prompt service — We aim to please DIAL 7723 _205 N . AURORA ST
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 20 October 1927
PLEA FOR TOLERANCE _You cant get along with other people if you carry old grud ges . ieht peop le must learn to be tolerant and patient with slower people , d you must learn to compare yourself frankl y , honestly and fairly th other people . —Albert E . Wiggam . g THE CARAVAN GIFT SHOP I- ; wishes to extend to all Conservatory students _^ a hearty invitation to pay us an early visit . _^ _i , 412 Savings Bank _Building _S . • : • - ESSENCE OF LIFE _s _&gt; _Rig Cheerfulness is to life what perfume is to the flower—Forbes MagSnne . H ITHACA BARBER SHOP . _fl • _^ a will give you Service and Style B STATE STREET _K-i