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Page 113 text:
THE COLLEGE MASQUERS
HE purpose of the Masquers' organization is to keep in touch with modern drama, to
develop a finer appreciation of the more Worthy plays, and in all ways possible to
foster dramatic interests in our college.
The new members of the club are selected by a series of tryouts before a Board of
Admissions and they are expected to have a scholastic average of at least a "C" before
they can become members.
Activities for the year were started by the traditional initiation of new members.
The social highlight of the year was the Christmas formal, which proved to be a success.
Throughout the year there have been several social events for the Masquer members
besides their regular meetings. These were climaxed in the spring by a banquet at which
the oflicers for the following year were elected.
By way of furthering the interests of the organization in dramatics, the Masquers
chartered a bus to the Lyceum Theater in Minneapolis to see Maurice Evans in Hamlef.
Later in the spring they were also given a chance to see Raymond Massey in Abe Lincoln
in Illinois. Other members of the student body were given an opportunity to attend these
plays with the Masquers.
In the fall Miss Schlosser coached a three-act play-Moliere's The Imaginary Ivnfalicf.
This was the Hrst classic staged by the Masquers in several years. The play Was a French
comedy of the seventeenth century and was well produced. The leading characters were
taken by Joyce Beardsley and James Grunke. This play gave members of the Masquers
a chance to work on costuming. A committee, which consisted of Anna Mae Gilham,
Marjorie Dahlquist, and Violet Smith, was selected to make and fit the costumes for the
Later in the year the members selected and directed four one-act plays in order to
give additional experience in play production. These plays, coached by June Johnson,
Dana Rasmus, Virginia Grifhth and Marlys Lowe, were judged and criticized by Miss
Schlosser before they were presented to the public. They were well attended and proved
to be a financial success.
Nelle L. Schlosser
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ONE ACT PLAYS PRESENTED BY THE MASQUERS
Scene: Living room of an English home
Time: 9:30 in the evening
Coach: Virginia Griflith
Clara Kent .....
. . . . . .Nevin White
. . . . .James Grunke
. . . .Joyce Chubb
THE TABLES TURNED
The writing room of the Hotel Cosmopolitan
Time: 10:30 a. m.
Coach: Dana Rasmus
. . . . .Dana Rasmus
. . . . . .Willard Lane
. . : .Beverly White
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