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and added materially to the success i
of the production.
Frank Davidson, as Swede Garrison, ubiquitous reporter for n metropolitan paper, evoked many laughs
and giggles irom me nousc uirougn
his nonchalance and telephoning
proclivity. However, we were not
satisfied that a real reporter would
talk as Swede did when confronted
with the stunning events in the
house at Oyster Bay. His was a difficult part, though, reflecting no
lack of ability.
The remaining members of the
to the satisfaction of those in atHcarnc, as Doctor
Slinkard, showed the devastating
effects of imbibing liquor in quan
tities Dcyona nis discretion, nna
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Lv. 12:20 P. M.
Lv. 11:10 P. M.
Lv. 3:30 A. M.
Lv. 2:55 P. M.
(Continued from Pngo One)
Swede Garrison nnd J. Townnda
Although the cast was composed
nf mnnv who nrn experienced in
the mannerisms of the stage, the
guiding hand or Doctor uiicy was
seen time and again in the finesse
of certain roles requiring an extra
touch of performance necessary to
tion in a manner that must have
been in the mind of Bruce Evnns
when he wrote the script. The director's interpretation was equaled
7.85 Knoxviile, Tenn.
Nth less simulation. James
Se'the first victim of the murderer,
Five persons met doflh durlmt
loute He i the show had it not been for his
""fortunate early demise. Jack
was the unknwnjbut the audience
a verdict of ,
Usl uhi Jn ordcr to brlng the
"not gulty." in i such nfnncr
production to an unexpected
nouement. George Roberts was con- ,
themselves throughout the entire
In recapitulation, it is indeed dlf- - he was that Detectlve Kldd suffered
say uuu uuu munuw
Horace Miner, a
the cast outshone another, so varied ncw nctor ln stroller plays, gave a
characterizations, but we realistlc and forceful performance
point with admiration to the scar- - as juhus Hunter, the gardener who
let-clMiss Davis, who, as the evi- - ( i;new too much and was murdered
dential murder suspect, vhandled her before he could "come clean" to the
roie so sKiiiiuny mm- uiv
We feei that we should compll-h- er
iof the audience ran the gamut ac- moods and
ment the stage crew for their effi-- I
through cjent Work. The sound of rain was
Ian emotive lexicon to budding ten- - so reai jt made us feel uncomfort-derne- ss
for her hero detective, she atje ana the movable fireplace drew
performed her part with rare skill our admiration.
Considered in toto, "Scarlet" was
Second only to Miss Davis in the one of the outstanding student and
feminine contingent, Miss Johnson,- ductions we have seenStrollers,
reflects credit on all
ns Delia Faye, a sophisticated,
picious and unruffled dancer who officers and patrons,
when the show goes on the road
had pirouetted her entrance into
the inner circle of the Marsh resi- - trip already planned we predict that
dence, found instant favor with jt win be just as successful as it was
those in attendance, me mwunau , wunin me environs oi me umvu
of Miss Davis, she soon was stealing sity,
Rtrnllpr nfflrprs nrfi!
the show, only to have her success
cut short by a heart auacn wnue Frank Davidson; director, Thomas
Jeanne L. Riley; business manager, dames
responsible R. Dorman, Jr.; stage manager,
Page as the arch-fien- d
for the mystifying series of deaths James Thompson; electrician, Irmen
within the household.
Fort; properties, Malcolm Barnes;
Miss Fisher disappointed us as the prompter, Dorothy Jones; publicty,
seemed Earl Cella.
widow of Cyrus Marsh. She
repressed failed to succumb to the
Potrnns nnrt natrnnesses are: Mr.
ravages of grief on account of the and Mrs. Maury Crutcher; President
startling death of her and Mrs. Frank L. McVey; Miss
husband; lacked the customary emo- Sarah n Hlanrilrnr. Miss Mareuerlte
tionalism of wives and widows. But McLaughlin, Mrs. P. K. Holmes, Mr.
when the play came to an end and and Mrs. Enoch urenan; mt. ana
we found that she knew beforehand Mrs. L. G. Farquhar, Frank Fowler,
what was going to happen, but not Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Melcher, Mr.
the seriousness thereof, we realized and Mrs. Paul P. Boyd, Mr. and
that we had been betrayed. One of Mrs. W. D. Funkhouser, Mr. and
the finest touches of the entire per- Mrs. Paul F. Anderson, Mr. and
formance is accredited to the beau- Mrs. Wallace Mulr; Misses Helen
tiful and charming Miss Fisher.
and Willy King, Mr. and Mrs. I. n.
Although the Stroller ladles per- Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Louis des Cog- formed to the eminent satisfaction nets, Mr. and Mrs. Desha Breckinof the house, they cannot boast of ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lee Hag-gi- n,
having gained an advantage over the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welst,
menfolk who carried their roles Just Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stoll.
talas satisfactorily and used their
ents to further befuddle the audiCAMPUS
James Gates, who played the part
rrnntlnned from Pace One)
of Lee Stuart,
agent, convinced us that it is better Inning MARGARET DOUGLAS and
to stay on the blind side of the law CHUCK MAXON made their enthan to attempt to outwit detec- trance. Late romance makes late
At eventide I bedecked
tive of the stuart type. He Identified entrance!
"Scarlet," the murdered, fell in love my person and crashed tne bigma
with Jeanne Page, kept his brother Chi dance. Oh, lovely maidens how
learned 'SHIPWRECK" KELLY am start.
detective second-guessinrttnday Sittine on a bench in
how the murders were commltteed,-.
nnri in iTpnpml rilsnnrted himself ac- ye olden church I didst all but up-cVin fomiiv tvvj
when I saw
rnrrilner to the hlehest
demanded by his part. Of course JULIA MARVIN steal meekly in.
was still witn nis
he had assistance, out mat oniy Brother WALLER
served to show the excellence of his horses and could not see his
mnldpn or else he might read
Kldd, the other ily have burst with pride. In the
Earl Cella, as Al
detective in the production, made afternoon to a show wnicn Dorea me
us want to help him solve the mys
tery. Aside from one or two in
stances, he was a rarcicai sieuin
with a derby hat, tough voice and
hnH rilstviKlt.inn. He was continually
puzzled and worried, but managed
to conceal mucn oi it Dy means oi
loud talking and a threatening attitude. He carried his role with ease
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nated by the University Y. W. C. A.
and Y. M. C. A. as "Go to Church"
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attend some church on that Sunday. All students who arc members
are reof fraternal organizations
quested to go ln a body.
Sponsoring tho "Go to Church"
plan has been the custom of the Y.
W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. for
several years, and the students and
faculty have always responded to
these two organizations and give
special sermons on this Sunday.
Students may attend the church of
their choice. Those
attend in a group will be given special accommodations.
Those churches who are
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subjects for the sermons.
They are as follows;
Main and Deweese
Phones Ashland 21-64- 0
Central Christian, A. W. Fortune,
pastor. Sermon, "The Victory of iiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiiEaiiitiiiiiiitcaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiitiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiuicaiiiiiiuiI
Second Presbyterian, Jessie Herrmann, pastor . Sermon, "A Ques
tion of Credentials."
First Methodist Episcopal, South,
R. H. Daugherty, pastor.
"Making Religion Interesting."
Church of the Good Shepherd, C.
S. Hale, pastor. Sermon, "Young
People and Religion."
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Calvary Baptist. "Spiritual Ath
Maxwell Street Synagogue, S. Sof
ter, pastor. Sermon, "The Festival
of Spring and Hope."
Immanuel Baptist, J. W. Porter,
pastor. Sermon, "The Call of
University Students Arc
Requested hy Y. M. C. A.
and Y. W. C. A. to Attend
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