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I fl to right: Sprowls, Kane, Russell, Munn, Cuulkett, Reed LEONARD LITERARY SOCIETY Through Indiana ' s years, literary and dramatic talent of a profes- sional character found its va ' more and more to our students on account of the active efforts of Jane E. Leonard who was Preceptress of the College for fort -nine ears. Her portrait now hangs in North Hall of John Sutton. In memor ' of this pioneer in education we have Leonard Literary Society. The organization has brought to the campus this year a top-flight artist from Hollywood and one from Broadway. It has from its own Theatre Workshop presented three full-evening pla s and man ' one acts. These one-acts along with the full-length plays gave a beginning experience to many who might never otherwise have had opportunity to engage in dramatics. The workshop builds hours of service in theatre experience for English majors, especially juniors and seniors. It also includes seniors from other department -. 150
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THE 1941 OAK ia4te. e(U4d Jane Cowl, first lady of the American stage, gave a brilliant lecture-recital on The Theatre on October 7, at 8 15 o ' clock. The famous actress augmented her lecture by anecdotes and excerpts from several of her most outstanding successes, including Romeo and Juliet Anthony and Cleopatra and Smilin Through. Miss Cowl gave excellent advice for future campus dramatic pre- sentations. Catherine Littlefield and her Ballet gave a type of program foreign to the Indiana campus since 1936 when Ted Shawn jire- sented his ensemble of men dancers. The synchronization and grace of the Ballet beauti- fulh blended the dancers into a single unit that depicted the graceful " Aurora ' s Wedding, " the old-style " Barn Dance, " and the ultra-modern " Cafe Soci- ety. " The modern adolescent char- acter, Henry Aldrich of radio fame, was portrayed on the stage of Indiana ' s new auditorium when the Leonard Literary So- ciety presented Clififord Gold- smith ' s current play success, What .7 Lije. Under the direc- tion of Miss Sprowls the cast gave the comedy the delicate touch so often overlooked when students attemi)t romedN roles. Jane Cowl poses with her poodle John Ghrist becomes hysterical in a scene from What a Lije Another scene from The Burning .4llar I4
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