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THE ORIOLE “MAGGIE AND JIGGS” The “Maggie and Jiggs” contest was entered into with the object of raising funds for the Athletic Association. The plan was to choose two competitive teams to get subscriptions for the Ladies’ Home Journal. Martha Derrick was appointed leader of the “Maggie Division” with William Allison as assist- ant, and Roby Sutherland, leader of the “Jiggs Division” with Virginia Runion as assistant. Howard Gilmer, Jr., was treas- urer for the contest. It was to continue for one week, the losers entertaining the winners at the end of that time. Each member of the “Maggie Division” was given a red ribbon, and each member of the “Jiggs Division,” a blue ribbon. There was much enthusiasm and pep shown throughout the entire week, it being a close race. There was a great deal of excitement when the final score was announced — “Jiggs” winning 77 to 70. Gray Baxter was awarded a fountain pen for getting the greatest number of subscriptions among the girls, William Thomas being the winner among the boys. Every member getting three or more subscriptions was given a pencil. The “Maggie Division” gave the “Jiggs Division” a “weenie” roast which will always remain a memorable occasion to those who were present.
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THE ORIOLE ? AM I INTRUDING HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Pulaski, Virginia April 22, 1924 CAST (In order of their appearance) Mrs. Hastings, the Housekeeper Sylvia Byrd Blair Hoover, the Adventurer Marvin Harden Earnest Rathburn, Janes Secretary Alonzo Carper Marjory Vare, the Elder Daughter Alyne Hurd Dickie Waldron, a Romanticist Howard Gilmer, Jr. Mona, the Maid Jeanette Ray Horace Vare, the Father Livingston Sheppard Violet Vare, the Younger Daughter Marion Thomas Peter, devoted to Vi Albert Kirkner Dora, a Friend of Vi’s Margaret Dalton Gerald Mays, Jerry from Sage Creek Alton Duncan Jane, Vare ' s Niece Martha Derrick Place: The entire action of the play occurs in the living room of the Vare home on Long Island, at some distance from New York City. Time: The present. Act I. A spring morning. Jerry intrudes. Act II. Late the next day. Jerry takes a hand. Act III. The following morning. Jerry untangles the thread.
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