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Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Mr. J. D. Corl. Mr. C. Collett. Superintendent, Mr. F. C. Warnemunde, President,
Mr. C. J. Weldon. Secretary, Mr. J. C. Smith. Vice President. Mrs, W. M. Cook.
Board of Censors
There is great rejoicing on the lots, and enough cause, too. The play of the year, "The
lwflinute lVlan,', has passed the Board of Censors with a high rating. Much to the scenario
writer's joy, only a few parts have been cut. The Board have given suggestions and aid where
needed and both have been appreciated.
You of the cast-seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen, may congratulate your-
selves for being successful players, and for having a Board of Censors who have been ex-
ceedingly interested, considerate and helpful. Wfe, in behalf of the players, vote both play
and Board the rating of AAAA.
r. Collett's Yes-Man
In the offices of all well-regulated executives of motion
pictures, one finds A secretary. His duties are great, his fame
small. It is he who rings bells, delivers messages and calms the
stars' ruffled feelings.
But he also lcnows the thrill of being among the first to
lcnow of new contracts, new pictures and the rise and fall of
the stars. Why the title of yes-man has been given to this busy
personage-no one seems to lcnow, but those who have tried to
learn from Miss Roth some of the secrets of the corporation
have suggested that she be called Mr. Collett's no-man. ELIZABETH ROTH.