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"Getting Acquainted With Madge"
The Junior Class presented "Getting Acquainted with Madge," a modern comedy,
on the nights of May 14 and 15, 1925, to crowded houses.
CHARACTERS-Arthur Tilden, Sam Forbush, Randall Graham, Frank Garner and
Harry Neville, students attending Braxton University, Nelson Glessner, Dwight
Miller, Harry Keck Roy Webb and DeVere Shannon: Burton, Arthur's servant,
Harry Sykes: Dr. Ormesby Ridgeway, Robert Norton: Mrs. Alicia Ridgeway, hls
wife, Charlotte Repp: Madge, his daughter, Ruth Jordan: Jerry Saunders, Madge's
cousin, Gladys Bowman: Aunt Minnie, Arthur's aunt from Montana, Virginia Sel-
lers: Lizzie, the Ridgeway's maid, Josephine White.
ACT I-Scene: Arthur's rooms near the University, Braxton, Pa., 8 o'clock, Friday
night. Arthur's aunt leaves for Kingsdale. The storm "throws two such fair castaways
at his door." His college chums find a letter addressed to "Jerry" from "Madge, Kings-
dale, Pa." They all agree to go down to Kingsdale and try to get acquainted with
Madge. The boys discover that Arthur's "rain-lady" and Madge are the same, but he
has the "drop" on them, by having met her. She's some girl!
ACT II-Scene: Dining-room of the Ridgeway home, Kingsdale, Pa., 4 o'clock the
next afternoon. Telegram received that Arthur Tilden, a history student, who wishes
to secure some data on this part of the state, will arrive in Kingsdale that day. Anoth-
er wireg Miss Elberta Whiffletree, the cook, arrives. Dr. Rldgeway's brother, Ned, are
rives from Montana. Dr. Neville, with his castor oil theory, appears on the scene, as
per telegram. Uncle Ned's identity is questioned by Jane, the maid, who by the way,
is Ti1den's aunt. "Sammie, I think you are in the wrong pew."
ACT III-Scene: The same about an hour later. Arthur is forced to confess his
deception, and his friends are "found out." Madge accepts Arthur's invitation to the
football game. "I don't approve of slang, but as 'Uncle Ned' said, 'I think you are all
to the mustard'."
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