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' PancQ tama A member of the lody jury, Lucille Feist, was a laughing matter in the " Justice " scenes. Realistic . . . fantastic . . . interpretive . . . rhythmic . . . twenty-five lithe figures bend themselves to o stirring, power- ful portrayal of American themes and contemporary life . . . the dance drama . . . beautiful . . . descriptive . . . versions of life and its complexities . . . the workers . . . calamity . . . religious idiosyncracies . . . justice . . . diversion . . . the dancers bring them all to an entranced audience . . . four nights they dance . . . the women ' s gymnasium transformed into an intimate, softly lighted penthouse . . . music that beats out the very soul of the dance . . . impressionistic . . . powerful . . . modern. HaLUt Moo5Q A line of lunging lettermen with rose petals for shoulder pads . . . from caps and gowns to " Hey Babe " in one number . . . Tyee theme . . . three hit songs by Alvin Schneider . . . tug of war fast- ening two hula skirts on each " mooser " . . . the exotic, authentic, tropical " Goona Goo " . . . the audience collectively astounded by such changes from masculinity to daintiness . . . the Theto Chi Playboys going to town on the piano. . . . CommH-tee: Co-Managers — Peggy Stiley . Dick hHart . Junior Managers — Gus Asplund . Dick Everett . Ken Cox . Publicity — Don Oman . Mary Jane Johnson . Tryouts — Dick Johnson . Mira Moll . Rehearsals — Dick Everett. Betty Mae Her . Jean Ruggles . John Honnum . Dance Directors — Eileen Brandt . Mary Kay Rohrer . Programs — Jock hlollenbeck . Norma Kubley . Tickets — Paul Plamondon . Charles Larrowe . Mary Jane Brown . Dorothy Steele-Show . Stage and Properties Manager — Bernard Lanctot. The ADPi and DG chorus augment Ed Palmason ' s beautiful rendition of the original " You on the Campus " by Al Schneider.
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•lilqli ckool Jlead[et5 Conference Chairman — Emei ' y Colkett . Secre- tary — Margaret Synnesfvedt . Treasurer — Rob- = rt Massar . Committee Chairmen: Mary Jane Brown . Margaret Campbell . Ronald Van Stockum . Virginia Champney . Hubert Sandoz . Jean Cowie . Rose Catherine Earley . Virginia Aetzel . Wylie Hemphill . Gus Asplund . William Hanum . Alice Hunt . William Love . Frank Meredith. fomecomim Chairman — Jim Eastwood . Executive Secretary — Mira Moll . Publicity — Murray Morgan . Dance — Sally Bonner and Gordon Gabie . Wel- come Committee — Bettie Munger, Stan Youngs . Alumni Dinner — Zeph Lone, Dorothy Seamans . Mixer — Jock Galbraith . Signs — Bill Parker, Vir- ginia Kesling . Denny Service — Helen Poe . A.S.U.W. Sign Committee — Francis Bergerson, Larry Mcintosh. TiQikman WqqIc Committee: Dean of Men — Herbert T. Wunder- lich . General Student Chairman — Dick Reed . A.W.S. Chairman — Morylaird Small . W-Key Chairman — Alice Ogden . Mixer and Rallies — Horace McClure. Frederickson, Colkett, CowIe, Stockum, Asplund. Hemphill. Seamans, Porker. Munger, Bei-gerson. Small, Reed, Ogden. 123
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nmi t % t r The " Sleeping Beauty, " directed by Irene Phillips and dialogue b Eugene Elliott. Wotlc ltop ] Laij6 The Freshmen get their chance on the boards of the Studio Theater in one-act plays . . . two hundred and fifty putting their oil into cold black lines at try-outs . . . hoping to be chosen . . . future Frances Farmers . . . she played in the Studio . . . who can tell? . . . many graduated to regular roles in the Studio and Penthouse . . . seniors and graduates getting a fling at directing . . . Workshop Ploys — the stamping grounds of experience . . . student Valentine Stonjal- sky sees one of her plays produced. J uppcttu The curtain falls . . . strings are given a few twisted quirks . . . the face moves ... it is attached to a loose-jointed, high stepping figure . . . another doll-faced figure glides into the stage . . . the puppets ore enacting " Aladdin " . . . hundreds of intrigued children gaze wonder- ingly . . . more strings ... a shift of scenes . . . and the puppeteers are presenting " Peter Rab- bit " . . . the puppets are popular . . . the puppeteers ore successful . . . finis. F Above the rabbits in " Peter Rabbit " ore string-pullers Patricio Scott, Nona Fowcett, Mary Millington, Ruby March, Jean Crawford, and Tom Potts. n iifi
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