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Row 1: K Row 2: M Row 3; K. Marciniak, C. Correll, T. Pantoja, H. Rowland, T. Sochocki, T. Blanchard, C. Cerrone. Goodnough, J. McCarty, S. Eckhart, D. Belkofer, J. Wozny, P. Orosz. Mockenstern, W. Falke, J. Klear, J. Wakelin, R. Rothert. Schedule December 19—Court House December 20—Lion’s Club March 14—St. Patrick of Heatherdowns April 25, 26, 27, 28—Musical Comedy, “GUYS DOLLS” Row 1: M. Hernandez, P. Thompson, P. Anello, A, Werner, M. Bellner, N. Swemba, J. Emmick. Row 2: F. Gorney, T. Myers, S. Komasinski, P. Galpal, E. Moroski, L. Joseph. Row 3: J. Blochowski, J. Jaros, A. Kwiatkowski, V. Howell, C. Staszak. Page 139
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Row 1; D. Muszynski, M. Watson, M. Robakowski, S. Borgess, R. Croak, B. Prusakiewicz, P. Makulinski. Row 2: C. Niewiadomski, J. Meyer, A. Cyranowski, V. VanDorn, S. Kordowski, E. Matuszek. Row 3: M. Poes, P. Albrecht, S. Michalak, C. Rutkowski, S. Blayz, M. Michaels. Glee Club December 5—Football Banquet (West Side Story) December 17—St. Hedwig December 18—Tour: Cardinal Stritch, Rosary Cathedral, St. Agnes, St. Hyacinth, St. John. Row 1: T. Andrzejewski, R. Bass, P. Driscoll, L. Bissonnette, A. Martin, W. Your, B. DiSalle, T. Zimmerman. Row 2: G. Molnar, E. Francis, D. Perkins, J. Rymers, T. Cousino, R. Michalak, G. Reardon. Row 3: D. O ' Shea, J. Wilmes, P. Krasula, J. Mullen, L. Naumann, W. Sneider. Page 138
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Guys Dolls’—1963 Musical But I promise you, it’s true, I’ll know Luck be a Lady with me Once again, the stage of the State Theater was the setting for Central’s annual musical production. This year, the combined efforts of the Glee Club and the Music Department, under the direction of Mrs. E. Weiher and Mr. G. DePrisco, produced the highly suc¬ cessful, “Guys and Dolls”, April 25-28. The story, set near Times Square, New York City, revolves around the efforts of Nathan Detroit in carrying on his floating crap game. There is no available place for the game, and so Nathan and his fellow- gamblers (Nicely-Nicely Johnson and Benny Southstreet) connive to raise the $1,000 needed to rent a garage. They are having difficulties finding a place for the game be¬ cause Officer Brannigan has been waging a strong battle against their gambling. Mean¬ while, more complications set in as Nathan’s fiancee. Miss Adelaide, a singer- at the Hot Spot, is getting restless from their fourteen year engagement and wants him to quit gambling, settle down, and marry her. Nathan moves into action by making a $1,000 wager with Sky Masterson, a noted gambler who is passing through town. Sky is talked into a bet that he can’t take any doll Nathan chooses, to San Juan. Nathan feels sure of victory when he chooses Miss Sarah Brown, the leader of the Save-A-Soul Mission near Broadway—an unlikely character for a date to San Juan. A happy ending prevails for all—the dice keep rolling. Sky is “rescued” by Sarah, and wedding bells ring for Nathan and Adelaide —and thus the curtain closes. Page 140
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