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Page 137 text:
KISS E KATE
A PLAY WITHIN A PLAY
Lead characters Joyce Blackburn and Ken Carnes rehearse while David Alvis and Tom Osborne watch in the early stages of "Kiss
M e Kate' s" production.
After many long hours of practice
and much hard work, the Peru State
music department presented their
musical "Kiss Me Kate." It was spon-
sored by the Peru Chapter ofthe Music
Educators National Conference.
The story centers around a troup
of actors playing "The Taming of the
Shrew." Characters in the play were
as follows: Ken Carnes fFredGrahamJg
Joyce Blackburn fLilli Vanessijg Steve
Broderson fHarry Traverjg Kathy
Rotter fLois Lanejg and Richard Shelton
Many people worked behind the
scenes to make this show a success.
Among these people were Edward
Camealy, coordinator and director of
musicg James Butts, dramatics direc-
torg Mary Lu Hicks, accompanistg Pat
B i n d r u m , choreographer, Chic
Williams, stage managerg and Leland
Sherwood, set designer.
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Page 136 text:
T BY LADISLA FODOR
Did the Gardner steal the
body of Jesus of Nazareth--or
did he really arise from the
dead? This is one ofthe questions
that the jury had to answer after
the evidence had been presented.
The Vigil was set in any
court room in the United States
between Good Friday and Easter
Sunday, and included a cast of
over 21 characters. The main
actors were Prosecutor fDon
Dodgelg Defense Attorney fBill
Austinjg Mary Magdalene 4Danna
The play was filled with
suspense by the direct clash of
two great criminal lawyers,each
trying to conclusively prove his
beliefs. The jury fthe audiencel
was left with these questions:
"Who rolled away that stone?
Was it the Gardener? Or was it
the risen Jesus?"
Dianne Morrison undergoes vigorous cross examination by Don Dodge and Bill
Ken Brockman withstands the emotional reaction of John Miller describes his encounter with Jesus to Bill Austin.
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The 1967 Peru State track team is pictured as follows: Kneel- B. Faulkner, B. Morris Cnon memberb, B. Vickery, J.
ing, Paul Fellfnonmemberj, C.Smith, R.Neujahr, R. Ridenour, Tegelhutter Cnon memberj, R. Uher, G. Wilson.
Standing: D. Zaparanek, T. Vrabel Cnon memberl R. Carbone,
PERU STATE THINCLADS
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coach Mclntire looks over possible point getters.
The Peru State Bobcats, led by weight men
Mike Mulvaney and distance man Tim Hendricks,
showed great success throughout the season. Better-
than average field strength andtopnotch distance
performance kept the Bobcats in contention in a
season which saw them outdistance almost every
opponent. Bright spots in the season were the
discus throwing of freshman Mike Mulvaney, the
mile and two-mile runs of Tim Hendricks, and the
surprising depth of the entire thinclad squad.
The Bobcats swept tovictories over Nebraska
Wesleyan, Tarkio, Concordia, and placed high in
the Midland, Wayne, Kansas State, and Kearney
State Relays. The Bobcat two-mile relay foursome
set a school at the Drake Relays although placing
way back in the field.
Valuable squad members added additional
depth to the track team. These were Tim Hendricks,
Mike Mulvaney, Bert Faulkner, Jim Hagemeier,
Arnold Johnston, Gerald Wilson, Cal Smith, Jim
Watson, Roger Neujahr, Rich Rech, Curt Holliman,
Ross Ridenour, Jim O'Donoghue, Dick Estes, and
others too numerous to mention.
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