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JUNIOR PLAY CALENDAR
First rehearsal. Further comments on this rehearsal are unnecessary.
Johnny pretends to know all about the love making business, but
fails to demonstrate his knowledge in this respect.
A majority of our cast seem to be charter members of the afternoon
study class. Mr. Brown comes to the rescue.
Todav Hozzy abandoned his brilliant career as an actor to take a joy
ride on his motorcycle. When we found that he was gone, we all
wished him a bon voyage in somewhat angry tones.
Johnny is rapidly learning the art of love making, he will soon think he
is good enough to win the hand of some great movie actress.
Great rejoicing! Den has finally signed a contract to take the part of
A lecture by Mrs. Smart entitled, Less Noife Of Stage.
The Countess and Marie speak French so rapidly that it seems as if
their tongues must be hitched in Ihe middle and wagging af boih endf.
Johnson, our butler, becomes Hustered when Bliss Grayson says she
loves him. Don't worry Johnson, probably many more will say
the same thing before you die.
Enter VVilliam Smith, Miss Burke, Ellery Clark and Charles Bronson
to grace the stage with their beauty.
Mr. Smart has been having an attack of the gout lately: I guess he
must have caught it from Cyrus Nfartin who has been suffering so
severely from it, in his declining years.
Dress rehearsal and probably our most perfect rehearsal. Everyone
becomes superstitious because of this fact, and predict a poor show.
The evil day at last. The performance was pronounced a success.
We only cut three pages in the entire performance.
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