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'Tor want of a nail the show was lost" would aptly describe the
importance of the stage crew. These weight lifting, finger crushing,
paint spattered lads were responsible for the fine scenery that was a
part of all Davis shows.
-Tack Qthe lad-of-all-tradesj had nothing on the stage crew mem-
bers. These boys had to be electricians, carpenters, painters, and
sweepers, and when a chair or tree was needed during rehearsals,
you very possibly might have found them giving of their dramatic
ability in order to cover the need.
The Thespians were the students who had proven their worth in
the Held of acting, make-up application, or set construction. They
were a hard-working group and they deserved all the praise they got
from the school.
W. Weinberg, D. Sadofsky, R. Dobbs,
W. Dubin, R. Zadek, A. Hoffman, H.
King, Liebowitz, E. Wittstein
WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK
Row I: M. A. Weidt, A. Bakal, Miss Feaster,
A. Sprinz, N. Palmison, Rofw 2: A, Klatsky,
R. Sagman, R. Cipes, R. Zadel-2, A. Popper,
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