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Another Leonard Lit. show SIflGf LEONARD LITERARY SOCIETY Leonard Literary Society presents dramatic and literary talent of the highest professional character. This year the Society has given its members six major features. ' ' Our Town " and the spring play were productions by college students. Among the guest artists were the Jitney Players, who presented scenes from ten great American plays, caricaturing between acts the song hits of the period. Helen Howe, monologist, gave a skit called " Wash- ington — All Change, " a satire on social and political life in Washington, D.C. Miriam Marmein, dancer, appeared in elabo- rate costumes and portrayed characters through the medium of her art. The Society also sponsored amateur one-act plays to give a beginning experience to many who might never otherwise hnd their opportunity. The organization is named m memory of Jane E. Leonard who, as Preceptress of the College, engaged actively in bringing worthy and interesting dramatic entertainment to Indiana. The officers this year were William Reinish, President; William King, Treasurer; Betty Kane, Financial Secretary; and Alvin Munn, Publicity Manager. The organization is sponsored by Edna Lee Sprowls. 1 ggj 2 OFFICERS King, Kane, Munn, Reinish, Sprowls 78
Page 81 text:
Penn Staff Meeting : There will he an important meeting of the Petm staff Wednesday afternoon at 4:10 in Room 30, Leonard Hall . . . Leonarf Liter RY Society. Membership to Leonard Lit- erary Society may be secured at the Auditorium, seven o ' clock tonight . . . D
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Top eft: Miriam Marmcim, Leonard Literary s dancer of the year Bottom left: Eddie Everett as the Stage Manager of " Our Town, " a Leonard Literary student production. Top center: Spicher, Everett, and McGrtw in the wedding scene of " Our Town " Bottom center: Helen Howe, clever monologist, another Leonard Lit. artist. Top right: Drumheller, Marshall, McGrevv, Richardson, Robeson, Spicher, and King in the second act of " Our Town. " Center right: Fausold, Everett. Hughes, Rankin, Wilgus, and Irey in a scene from " Stage Door. " Bottom right: A stage full of student actors participate in a scene from " Stage Door. " 79
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