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HIS year instead of a Senior Class play and a Glee Club Concert, it was decided to
combine the efforts and talents of both organizations in the production of an operetta
entitled "The Dragon of Wu Foo."
The action of the story takes place in a Chinese garden in front of the house of a sup-
posed Dragon. Because of the advancing western civilization the Mandarin begins to
doubt the existence of the beast and demands that he should see it. Chan, a soldier to
whom the Mandarin is very much opposed, is in love with Kooie Yan, his daughter.
Chan persuades Tom and Jerry, two American sailors, to impersonate the Dragon. -Ac-
cording to his scheme the Dragon is to abduct Kooie Yan and Chan to win the Mandarin's
favor by rescuing his beloved daughter. However, the Dragon makes a mistake and
captures the Mandarin's troublesome maiden aunt, Poo Chow, who at the time, is wearing
a precious amulet belonging to his Honorable Majesty.
Chan starts off to rescue Auntie and the amulet. On account of a bridge party date,
Poo Chow returns before the planned rescue thus again frustrating Chan's scheme.
However, she refuses to give up the amulet until the Mandarin consents to the marriage
of Kooie Yan and Chan.
The operetta was given June third at Drury. The scenery, costumes, decora-
tions and advertisement materials, which were made by the Senior class, produced many
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I ""' THE NORMALOGUE harmonious and colorful effects. The two directors, Miss Mary Baright and Miss Evelyn
Perry, were assisted by Miss Grace Purcell and Miss Alma Porter, in the dances, Miss
Vera Andrews and Miss Mary Pearson in costumes and decorations, and hir. Thomas
Cummings and Mr. M. C. Towsley with the scenery.
All the Seniors and the Junior members of the Glee Club had a part in the making
of this successful production a truly cooperative project.
Things ?llZllle'lI Remember
Mr. Venable and his educational Theories.
Mr. Eldridge and his "relations between geography and man."
Miss Porter and her success in making us lame.
Miss Owens and her encouragement.
Miss Perry and rehearsals for the operetta.
Mr. Cummings and his smile.
Miss Baright and transition of poise.
Mr. Carpenter and his constant lack of time.
Mr. Smith and his "Definite illustrations."
Miss Pearson and her harmony of color.
Miss Jenkins and her talks ingour psychology classes.
Miss Donelson and her power to locate missing books.
Miss Ferguson and her patience in answering phone calls.
Bertha Burke and her love of argument.
Fleurette Bengle and her information.
"Peg" Montgomery and the rapidity of her speech.
Edith Heggie and basketball.
Mary Brown and her playing for dancing.
"Dot" Dupell and her tardiness.
Martha Burt and her characterizations.
Helen F. Crowley, Marion and the Ford.
Rose Bruton and her telephone calls.
"Chick" Wilcox and her philosophy.
Marion Taylor and her bracelets.
Myrtle Garcelon and her personal experiences.
"Is" Lindell and her immaculate neatness.
Florence Young and her diligence.
Genevieve Curtin and her dry humor.
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