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fu ', FLORENCE L. THOMPSON ....... Director
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T "" 'fuws i'xJlCoLIN FERRETT . . . . . . President
LOIS GARVER . . . Vice-President
ELIZABETH SMITH . . . . Secretary
ALMER SHEEHY . . Business Manager
IVAN DILLEE . . Stage Manager
BEALILAH FRASE .... . . . Costumer
The College Players is a prominent organization on the campus, providing an opportunity for
the development of dramatic talent.
In the fall those students who exhibit dramatic ability in the tryouts are initiated as appren-
tice players. At the end of each semester the apprentices who have fulfilled certain require-
ments are taken into regular membership. These ceremonies and other gatherin s of this livel
group throughout the year always prove enjoyable.
The Homecoming play, "The Youngest," was one of the most successful plays ever given
by the College Players. The audience gave its complete approbation to this rollicking modern
comedy, which showed finish and polish due to the hard work of the director, Miss Thompson
"The Torchbearersf' presented Thanksgiving evening, was the Players' next successful ven-
ture. This clever satire on amateur theatricals permitted the Lamoni play-goers to see for the
first time those half-comic, half-tragic events that take place backstage.
As a part of the community program of the Washington Bi-Centennial celebration the Cole
lege Players staged "Nathan Hale" on March 31. This play is based on historic facts, cli-
maxing Nathan Hales farewell to his sweetheart. Bill Haden and Betty Massie made this a
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y Impressive scene. Colonial dresses, powdered wigs, and soldiers uniforms made the
play especially effective.
Miss Thompson should be commended for her untiring and efficient work in building up the
dramatic and speech department of Graceland to a position comparable to that of other schools.
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