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Page 72 text:
ZPL ZPL CMiC6 A6 COM, 01,62
TOP: Newly elected members of the Quill and Scroll are
lstandingl Margaret Creadon, Kitty McEllin, lseatedl
Mary Knuth and Nancy Brady. They were thus honored
for their journalistic achievement during the past years.
BOTTOM: Exponents of good speech lstandingl Kitty
McEllin, Patricia Lombardo, Carol Dunch, Grace Need-
ham, Theresa Buettner, Aileen Valentine, lseatedl
Barbara Pepple, Marian Kerrigan, Margaret Healey and
Mary Columbro have increased the membership ot the
Masque and Gavel.
nized this year by their admission into t
Quill and Scroll. A national society for hi
school journalists, the Quill and Scroll h
annually admitted Notre Dame students wi
The literary work ot four Seniors was recog
this society must be Seniors in the upper thi
of their class, have done superior work in wri
ing, editing, or busihess managing, and mu:
be recommended by their supervisor ot st
Among other qualifications, members c
man s sociability, two years ago Notre Da
introduced Masque and Gavel a national hi
school society for the promotion ot go
speech. At present, the society is compos
ot eight Seniors and three Juniors, who we
elected by the faculty.
Realizing that speech is the expression c
members participated in the Student Spea
ers Bureau ot the War Chest campaign, th
presented the "Victory Variety Show" for t
ambulance drive, and they produced tt
"Blue Star Mothers' Program" for the mothe
ot men in service.
During the past year, Masque and Gavi
Page 71 text:
az May, elflfew fo' ncezne
The main character of the play, Erna
hmidt, a German schoolgirl, was portrayed
Rosemarie Zehe. The feeling toward Erna
t the beginning of the action is on an equal
ith that of all the other girls at the school.
s her country begins its ruthless march on
her nations, however, she is made to bear
e brunt of the attacks in the reactions of
er schoolmates. The treatment is so na-
ral and so typically human that it might
ave been extended by any American, Pole,
from our Class Play, TOP: Gloria Karpinski,
Healey, Rosemarie Zehe. BOTTOM: Dolores
Therese Tarkey, Doris Schaefer.
Olga Kirinski, the Polish student played by
Gloria Karpinski, remained faithful to her
sweetheart's sister until she was made to be-
lieve that Erna favored the actions that had
caused the death of her entire family in War-
saw. The gripping scene in which Olga de-
nied her friend was the climax of the play,
and stirred the audience to pity both for the
German girl and her overwrought Polish friend.
Peacemaker in the troubled situation was
the tender and loving Mrs. Hunter, owner and
house-mother of the school, who at first tried
to shelter the girls from the knowledge of the
tyranny that hed crept into the world. Mrs.
Hunter, played by Grace Needham, saw the
folly of blaming a nation's faults on one girl
and proceeded to win the girls over to the
right by showing them the beauty and woman-
liness of tolerance and love. After once more
creating a spirit of contentment and friend-
ship among her pupils, Mrs. Hunter agreed to
continue the school in spite of all the con-
flicting circumstances. At the close of the
play, the audience was convinced that the only
truly democratic and Christian solution to the
problem had been reached.
The performances given on Friday and Sun-
day evenings were presented to capacity audi-
ences attracted by the timely theme and the
popular cast of the play. Record sales of
tickets were turned in by Rosemarie Zehe and
Louise Goetz, who took the part of a teacher
at the school. Proceeds from the sales were
used by the Senior class to present a gift to
the school upon their graduation. Scenery
was chosen and arranged by Sister Mary Alicia
and Mr. Charles Mills. Sister Mary Alicia also
directed the many practices necessary to make
the play thelmarvelous success that it was.
From the moment the curtain rose on the
first scene until the very last curtain call, the
hours of hard and willing study expended by
each member of the cast were evident. Never
has a more convincing and dramatic effort
been offered for the appreciation of a Notre
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