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"The show must go on," and for each member
of the NATIONAL THESPIANS it has been go-
ing on for ZOO hours or more. For, in order to
qualify for membership in this group, students
interested in dramatics must have spent at least
200 hours in dramatic work . . . staging, acting,
directing, costuming, or ticket-selling. The Davis
chapter of the Thespians has had a very interesting
history, for it was the first high school organiza-
tion to enroll as a group in the Victory Corps. It
was also the first group to qualify for member-
ship in the "High School Theatres for Victory"
program, a newly organized movement which
includes all dramatic groups actively participating
in the war effort.
Wartime shortages may have limited the num-
ber of productions the Thespians have been able
to sponsor. but, they have not limited the Thes-
pians' activities: the new duties of this group come
under the heading "Patriotism."
Row l' D Polmger. S lvvine: Row Z: S. Merritt. U. Knoepkr
S. Bates. rf. Balis. Mrs. Macllonalxl: Row X: l Brown, O. Marlin.
The bugle sounded and there was a call to
colors. And the nation responded with a group
of ready, willing and able soldiers, sailors and
marines. But the high schools also heard the call.
and answered with a large group of students who
were willing to organize, supervise, or participate
in any home front activity designed to speed up
the final day of victory. Symbolically enough.
this group was called the VICTORY CORPS. It
was organized in Davis by Mr. Addis and a con-
scientious student committee. Their combined
efforts helped to coordinate in this active body all
student activities directed toward the war effort.
Today the corps stand united, on call, and ready
to serve at a summons from their country, com-
munity or school.
Row I ll Shaw, U. l'ag.mn1li. li. lang. XV. Smyth: Row Z. Mr.
Addis. .I l.evv. ti, Ont-lingo, ll. XKinlrrnulL. S. Irvine, A. l.icclone. S
Vinokur, Xlixs Krvlin.