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THE JOHN BURROUGHS STUDIO
THE VVINTER ,36
A GRADUATING CLASS PRODUCTION
A9 Affairs Editors -
Literary Editors -
Humor Editors - -
Girls' Sports Editors
Boys' Sports Editors
Produced by - - -
Directed by -
Screen Play by - -
Photographed by -
Art Directors - -
Recorded by -
C A S T
- - - - Marion Widdicoinbe, Paul Sims
Betty Rose Lebell, Paul Simon
- 'Tune Friedman, Robert VVeil
- - - Jean Holly Rich, Robert Kroll
- Alvin Greenwald, Marvin Frankenstein
- - - - Jean Smith, Barbara Lee
- John Fox, Alfred Cole
- ---- Maxine Brill
- - - - - - - - john Burroughs
- Miss Hughes, Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Haitbrink
- - - - - - - - - Burr Art Class
- - - Burr English Class
- - ----- Mr. Bartlett
- Leonore Allen, Eleanor Pound
- - - - - - Print Shop
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FOR THE JOHN BURROUGHS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOCJL
By CECIL B. f1eM1I.LE
junior High School organizations often provide more specific training in the
fields to be pursued by the student after graduation than do his daily lessons, for they
promote initiative, self-reliance and the competitive spirit.
Not that the daily studies are to be under-estimated in the rounding out of the
complete man or woman, for they nourish the intellect just as the daily food nourishes
the body, but the school organizations and extra-curriculum activities are to be com-
mended for the additional training which they furnish. Frequently they permit a
student to practice his lifels calling under supervision, they extend the work of the
classroom in a multiplicity of ways and some of the great men of today owe elements
of their success to the fact that they took advantage of the opportunities offered them
to participate in school organizations and activities.
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A STRONG NET
By MARION WIDDICOMBE
The motion picture of today offers unusual and diversi--
tied entertainment. lt has woven a net around our lives
that would be hard to unravel. Perhaps you can better
realize its importance by imagining the world without mov-
ing pictures. -.
One mighty method of communication would be unheard
of. Stage and political personalities would be less widely
known. People of each and all races would not have the
chance of knowing other than their own customs. Styles
and pictorial news would have to Fund other ways of
. coming before the public. Gorgeous settings and natural
T backgrounds would not be used. Historical events COl1l4l
not be recorded.
To the child the motion picture offers an hour or two of entertainment.
The youth finds a place to take his girl for the evening.
Mother may go to see her favorite actress, and father enjoys the news.
XVhat do you go for?
The common idea of the motion picture being solely a place to spend time is
decidedly misleading. There is always some main purpose the producer or director
is trying to put before the public. In many cases there is an overemphasis on 'thc
story. the acting or possibly on luxury or poverty. This is harmful to the average
person. Pictures are extremely influential. lnaccuracy of a picture provides a loop-
hole where a person not acquainted with the truth might change to follow the untruth.
"'When I think of a world without movies I see the peoples of the earth dc-
prived of a great educational source and I pity the millions who have found surccasc
from care in their flickering twilight," says .lohn gl. Floherty.
NTOTTON PICTURES CHANGE MANNIZRS
By PAUL sms
Little did Edison, Morey and the other inventors of the forerunners of the
modern motion picture equipment realize that their first "flickies" were to develop
into the sixth largest industry in the United States. Probably the germ of the present-
day Umoviesi' was the zeotrope invented in 1333 known as the "VVheel of Lifef' which
in a hallow drum, a series of pictures were placed and revolved. It appeared when
whirled to the spectators who looked through a hole in the drum as if an object moved.
To every person who observes a present-day motion picture, it will give to his
mind an idea, probably a new and different idea which may cause him to change his
ways and his manners as to resemble some character of the play. Motion Pictures
probably have done more to improve the manners of the
people and to educate them generally than all the other
channels of education. The great historical plays which
were recently displayed to the eyes of the public clear up
for many the hazy spots in history. Thus during so short
a period as two hours, there has passed before our eyes a
panaroma of many years of history.
Long before you would see a football stadium in a small
town, you would see a motion picture theater. liven "dark-
est" Africa is learning of European and American customs
through moving pictures. .ln this country the 325,000 peo-
ple who are connected with motion pictures, whether a star
or an extra have their own big or little part to play which
makes the wheels go round in this great and still growing
Motion Picture lndustry.
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