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Dance Drama At the Shrine of Joan UOAN OF ARC, an interpretation in dance form, was pre- sented by students of Mary Aid de- Vries, Friday evening, February 27, In Meany Hall. Man ' s naive vision of Nature was suggested in a prologue wood scene. Joan, interpreted by Jeanne Miller, was Introduced in the first scene as a peas- ant girl. With detailed movements of freedom an Impression was created of happy unrestraint in the lives of the peasants. They were free — but only for a brief spell. Scene II, or Joan and the combat group, revealed all of the vigor and en- thusiasm of a warring civilization. No hint of human mood under the stress of the hour was left undone. The scene was by far the most strenuously vigorous of the drama. Later, at the French court, noblemen, court ladies, entertainers and come- dians were drawn into the play by the colorful rhythm of the dancers. All of the artificial frivolities of the life of the crown were plucked and thrown about at random by the dancers. Perhaps the most penetrating scene was that of the trial of Joan. Blackened images with gruesomely distorted faces, pointed talon fingers at Joan, mocking, hideous. The fascination of the moment was effective. As a delight- ful contrast to the trial scene, came the study of a group of worshippers at the shrine of Joan, the saint. 21 I
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Intramural Captains Intramurals IN THE LAST two years keen competition in intramural athletics has been evidenced. Twenty- four organized groups participated this year in some of the most exciting con- tests that have ever been witnessed in the women ' s gymnasium. This new field of sport was opened upon the presenta- tion to the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion of an intramural trophy by Mrs. Manch Garhart. It was agreed that the trophy would be awarded at a spring banquet of the association every year. For the second consecutive season, Gamma Phi Beta sorority has been awarded the honor. The intramural sports are arranged into a program of fall, winter, and spring contests. The first place in the fall volleyball tournament was won by Gamma Phi Beta with Beta Phi Alpha runner-up for second place. During winter quarter swimming and basketball tournaments were run off with Phrateres taking first place in bas- ketball; Alpha Delta Theta, second, and Chi Omega and Beta Phi Alpha tieing for third. Phrateres was victorious in the swimming meet. Helen Moldstad is in charge of intra- mural sports with Miss Bergete May- dahl assisting as faculty adviser. 710
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