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February 10, 1940 - Image 11

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Saturday, February 10, 1940 T HE M I C H I G A N D A I L
Motion Pictures Are Different
Joseph Says Superman Mousemeat A Wow


Page Eleven

JAYHOPMANIA, Feb. 10 (Pony for three of his teams other scores,
N ew M ovies! Express)-The South afaven Insti- one on an 85-yard toss while lying
tute of Technology gridiron warriors flat on his back (the back which
paced by All-American fullback Cyril beauty experts the world over have
Mr. Callege Is Aptly Learning Mousemeat, this afternoon trampled called the most beautiful).
Some Method To Sit Down the Stinkaroo State Teachers' eleven Another of Mousemeat's heaves
In The Front into the hallowed turf of Set-'Em-Up- set up an Engineer touchdown when
the ball caromed off the head of
In-The-Other-Alley-And-Letz Bawl Vladmir Schlemeel, Stinkaroo safety
As always, even in the world of by a score of 119-2. man, into the hands of end Gus Glue-
Jayhomaia,ymotion pictures and Mousemeat, sent into the game at fingers, who took it to the 2-yard
the drama play an important part. the start of the second half when a line before he was downed. Schle-
In Jayhopmania, however, there riot threatened among the 137,000 meel's skull was shattered by the toss.
has been a great advance in the mo- fans, because of his absence from the The Teachers scored their two
tion picture world. Cleanthes B. De lineup, scored 12 touchdowns, 12 ex- points when Mousemeat, in a fit of
Schtunk and his cohorts have insti- tra points, and one field goal in the laughter at their pitiful efforts, col-
tuted a new medium into the art of 23 minutes he played. He also passed lapsed behind his own goal line.
the cinema so gigantic in its scope_
that it has revolutionized the motion
picture industry. It is a device where-
by every member of the audience sees T
himself playing the leading role. D A .
The possibilities can well be ima-
gined. Joe Schpink, '41, enters the Let
Jayhopmania Theatre with Sadie
Blotz, '41, to view the latest super- RA D O
stupendous epic, "Lady of the Top- R D C B
ics," or "She Met Him In the DOB." Serve you.
As they hand their free passes to the
head usher, they walk on a lush vel-. Phones...
vet carpet into the palatially fur-
nished lobby of the theatre. They 3030 7000
stand at the rear of the theatre, but
not for long. A deeply cushioned
seat rolls up to each of them, and a
gruff voice says "sit down in front."
Joe answers, "I can't, I'm not built
that way!"
When Joe and Sadie have seated

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themselves, the moving chairs find
a good section of the theatre and
cease motion. Then the cinema be-
gins. The title is flashed on the
screen: "Hedy Lamarr and Joe Sce-
pink in "Lady of the Topics," is the
way it appears to Joe; but Sadie
sees "Sadie Blotz and Robert Tay-
lor .
And so it goes all through the per-
formance. Joe is in the process of
being amorous with Hedy Lamarr,
while Sadie is enjoying enthralling
adventures with Robert Taylor.
After the performance is over,
however,tJoe and Sadie are liable
to be a bit dissatisfied with one an-
other unless a second feature is =
shown. It features Boris Karloff
and Edna May Oliver in "The Execu-
tioner" or "Chop, Chop, Chop; Well
All Right." After co-starring with
Karloff and Oliver respectively, Sa-
die and Joe are quite contented with
each other once more.
Great advances have also been
made in the art of the drama. Those
who love the " thawter" have often
experienced the agony of sitting be-
hind a pillar throughout the entire
performance or attending the open-
ing night of an insufferably dull show
which folds up the next day. TheI-
two great strides in the modern dray-
ma have attempted to clear up these
(1) All seats in the theatre of Jay-
hopmania are box seats, with a big
hollow pit where the audience form-
erly sat.
(2) All theatres are compelled to
tell the truth in their advertising and
on marquee. For instance, a typi-
cal newspaper ad for a play would
read something like this:
"Definitely a lousy show
don't see it."
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