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PLAY PRODUCTION WILL PRESENT
ADE LAIDE SYMONS' 'BE ER G.ARDEN'
Author Helped.Write Play Given agement and when she completed
by Pennsylvania Academy the "Beer Garden" it was selected
of Fine Arts. as one of the four for presentation
this spring.
It has become an annual event Miss Symons has an interesting
ahilosophy of the technique of com-
for the department of Play Pro- oosing a play." I thing it is a grand
duction to present each spring a .idea to write a play about the prin-
bill of oiiginal one-act plays by iples which one believes in," she
Univerzity students which repre- said. "Every play should have a
;ent the best work of th'e play writ-
ing class. On this year's bill which purpose behind it and should not
merely be written around some
plays for the last time tonight we plot." And it is on this basis that
Lind "The Beer Garden" written by, ;p r n rw,)

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Adelaide Symons, '32.
Miss Symons is a student of Ken-!
neth Rowe, professor in English.
Her first training in the field of
writing was in short stories and
novels but a short time ago took
a course in play writing by chance.
There she received much encour-
Pegasus Will Feature Novelty
Events; Corrine Krentler
to Do Specialty.
The second annual horse show
will be given by Pegasus, riding
club for women, this afternoon at
4 o'clock on the field behind the
Dental building across from the
League building.
Among the events listed are a
drill, an egg and spoon race, a
musical chair and a relay. Judges
as to the horsemanship and riding
form of the participants will -be
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Hilda Burr,
and Miss Marie Hartwig.
Corrine Krentler, '34Ed., will do
a specialty feature on'Ahmaud, the
trick horse. Among the members
of the organization, who will parti-
cipate in the events are Sarah
King, '34, Virginia Cluff, '35, Bea-
trice Bruce, '34, Eleanor Rairdon,'
'32, Jane Brucker, '35, and Eliza-
beth Cooper, '34.
The first horse show which was
given last year, proved so successful
that Pegasus have decided to make
the affair an annual event. It will
be given to create interest in this
sport and demonstrate the activit-
ies of the club members.
The show will be open to all who
are interested and there will be no
admission charge. Bleachers will
be provided for spectators.
Seen on Campus
Rainy weather on campus brings
its own smart attire in gaily hued
slickers, clever shower-proof hats
and diminutive umbrellas. One
particularly effective (and protec-
tive) outfit seen against the back-
ground of the new and dewey fol-
iage consisted of a brilliant yellow
cellophane rain-coat with contrast-
ing revers and belt of black leath-
er.
A black vagabond fitted with a
neat yellow band, harmonized well
beneath a trick bright yellow
rain-shade.

She is highly enthusiastic over N T RAM I Z R AL
the manner in which the students NTLERC LA SS
of play Production are presentingN E CS
her play. "The Beer Garden is a
difrncult play to give because the N E WV S
attention is so high throughout that
it requires .a maximum energy, but
the cast has entered into it beauti- Baseball.
fully and caught the spirit with
which it was written." 'Ihe first round of the straight
Miss Symons helped to write a -limination in the intramural base-
play which was presented a few bail tournament was completed yes-
years ago at the Pennsylvania Ac- raday as a result of which eight
ademy of Fine Arts and at present teams entered the quarter-finals.
she is working on a five act com- Monday Kappa Kappa Gamma
position. She expects to follow this won from the Independents 20 to
art when she completes her col- 17. At the same time Alpha Epsi-
lege education. lon Phi defeated Collegiate Soro-
- - - ---si, 14 to 12. The batteries of both
Prospects Dark for e sA* were outstanding. defeated
Fu e EeKappa Delta and Alpha Omicron
Pi defeated Alpha Phi.
SaysissG.luxen " The second round must be play-
* e of by Saturday, May 28. The
____ tcans which are to play in the
"No particular field of work will quailer-finals are Mosher Hall
be open to women graduates this against Pi Beta Phi, Jordan Hall
b p t o gd est Sigma Kappa, Alpha Xi
year," Miss Gertrude Muxen of the Ocita against Alpha Omicron Pi and
Bureau of Appointments in the Alpha Epsilon Phi against Kappa
University said recently in regard K ppa Gamma.
to women's prospects for this sum- Teams are to notify Miss Hassin-
ger of the time scheduled for their
mer. I games so that umpires may be ar-
"Doubtless some women will find r anged.
work, but it will be through their
own ingenuity and pluck that they Archery.
will obtain it," Miss Muxen said. Wmen who are in the archery
The present economic conditions tcurnament and who have not shot
are such that all business fields are r asked to please do so by 5:30
already overcrowded with experi-
enced workers clamoring for jobs
and new applicants are not needed. Tap Dancing.
"There will always be a normal
demand for teachers but it may take The elective class in tap dancing
some time for vacancies to occur, will not meet today.
"for the teachers that have been Life-Saving.
laid off during the last year will
have the preference."' The Life-Saving class will be held
"At the opening of-college in the at 8 o'clock tonight at the Union
fall I will have much more definite pool. . A national examiner, J. M.
information to offer, for I will have Poweis, will be there at that time.
had an opportunity to see what de- Any women planning to take the
velopments there have been," she senior certificate must be there.
concluded.
TAP DANCING POPULAR
to Discuss Scripts 'Ohio Weslyan athletes are taking
_D u S p tap dancing to develop rhythm and
A meeting of all Sophomore wom- co-ordination.
en interested in writing manu- Argentina takes more than two-
scripts for next year's Junior Girls' thirds of the total rubber footwear
Play will be held next Tuesday at shipped to South America.
4 o'clock in the League building.
The exact place of the meeting will
be announced later.
It is planned to obtain a compet-
ent speaker to address the group
and to explain the principles of
play writing. All Sophomores are
urged to attend this meeting which
will be the first of a series of class ER A N K
gatherings for the purpose of dis-
cussing plans for the annual class
project.

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