Queens University of Charlotte - Coronet / Edelweiss Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

 - Class of 1918

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Experiments — Chemical and Otherwise Characters Augusta Morgan A college girl of the suffragette type Terry McNeil A jolly college girl Sue Spencer Her room-mate Professor John Channing alias Christine Clark A college girl Time — Now. Place — A Girl ' s College. ACT I. College Room Terry — Aliens en f ants de la pa trie! Oh! this French is beastly! I ' ll never learn it. Allons en — (Enter Sue). Sue — Oh, Terry! Excitement! Our new suite mate is here! Terry— Here! Really, Sue? Sue — I should say so! .Just wait till you see her. I was in the office when she came. Mrs. Pankhurst has nothing on her in the suffrage line. But worst of all, she ' s specializing in chemistry and will work in Lab. with us. Her experiments will make ours fade into oblivion! Terry — Oh, forget it, Sue! You ' ve one consolation, she certainly hasn ' t got you beat in looks. Sue — Oh, hasn ' t she tho ' ? She ' s a perfect Greek goddess and regards her stay here as a favor to us poor mortals. She ' s already finished me! Terry (laughing) — Oh, Sue, bound for you to fix it. What did you do? Sue — Oh, I was very polite. I knew she was from Davidson, so I asked her about all the boys. Heaven! If you could only have seen the look she gave me! Terry — Poor child! We will have to get even with her for wounding your vanity. Let ' s see! What experiment can we try on her? (Think). Sue — Oh, Terry, I know! Why not a man! Haven ' t I always said. When in doubt introduce a man? Terry — Yes, but what — Sue — Did you ever see a woman who wouldn ' t fall for the right man? Terry — No, but — Sue — Did you ever notice how much Christy looks like a man? Terry — Surely, do you mean — Sue — Exactly! Oh, it will be great! Come on, let ' s get Chris. (Exeunt) (Curtain) (48)

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The Year Book Stafi ' s View of Statistics 1. 2. 3. 4. Tie: Murgnret Rncker and Lnvtnia Boyer 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. IJ. Year Book Staff 12. 13. 14. Ruth Wallace 15. (47)



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ACT 11. Place— Chemistry Laboratory. Time — A week later. (Enter Sue and Terry). Terry — Sue, I ' m about to collapse. Sue Bear up! I ' m not. I feel like the villian in a play preparing the stake at which to burn his victim. Where ' s Chris? Tess — She ' s getting ready. Sue — Sh . Here she comes now. (Enter Augusta). Augusta— Good morning, girls. Have you commenced your work yet? I ' m at the most interesting experiment at present. (Excitedly) Oh! by the way, girls, I have just heard we are to have a chemistry professor from the University— Professor Channing — with us this week. Terry— Oh, Augusta! Tell us about him. Augusta Well, he has accomplished some most remarkable experi- ments. I have been interested in his work for quite awhile. Sue Oh, Augusta, what does he look like? Good looking? Augusta (primly) — I am not interested in the professor ' s personal appearance, Susan. (Knock heard at the door). Augusta — There he is now, I presume. Come in. (Enter Professor Channing). Channing — Good morning! Could you tell me where I could find Miss Morgan? Augusta — I am Miss Morgan. Channing— Glad to know you. Miss Morgan. I have heard of your splendid work and asked to be given the privilege of working with you, if you will consent. Augusta— Why I should love to— eh! (Glancing at Sue and Terry). That is, I should be very glad of the opportunity. (Turning to Sue and Terry) Professor Channing, meet my assist- ants, Misses McNeil and Spencer. (Sue and Tess bow). Sue (casually) — We have finished our experiments so will leave it with you. (Exeunt) (Curtain) (40)

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