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The Aggie Observer. (Canton, N.Y.) 1923-1925, December 19, 1923, Image 9

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Page 7. game'\but with the \handicap of' • \ i not having had much ~s or image and! in having some entirely new ! player's oh the' \floowV \They' | managed to score \four points\ '> and\ showed that with a little 1 more practice they will make | the girls work for what they j get in the return game. All ; in all,' the game was a good ! starter and encouraged inter- j est and enthusiasm among the > students. 1 The line up was as follows: : 0. T. A, GIRLS. Brown, ' Steven's, • North'rup, Brezee Tho'rnhill, Card Gedbaw, Northrup Total S, 0. A Burdick, ' Christian, Edmonds Giffin Dickinson, Collins, Studer, R.f. R,f » L.'f, L.f, C. R.g. L.g, L.g. . GIRLS K.f. L.'f, L.f. C R-g. R.g. L,g. G. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 F. 0 0 2 0 0 0 00 0 2 3 0 1 0 00 0 0 f. 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 4 1 4 0 0 0 Total 8 4 20 Referee - Lloyd Wilcox* ; # # # # # # s.r-^,. r4' u\ v - At\ this year\'s second' meeting \of the Association\ 'p'ractically every student\ member \besides foui faculty menibers were present. Faculty treasurer, Mr. lh.ite, gave a complete financial report for ±922- 23„ His report sh ows that the play of last year should have been abd perhaps shall 'be a financial success depending on whether the Poultry Association, whichuis debtor to the Dramatic Association- for the presentation of the play at Prescott, Canada, fulfills its obligations or not* The committee which has been working on the matter of securing a new name for the association reported several names, but no action wastaken in regard to them 0 The committee which had charge of selecting the play for this year, found, after reading a large number, that there were but two which would meet the standard of the plays presented in the past* After some discussion, it was finally decided to\attempt \The Thirteenth Chair\/ which is a very interesting mystery play requiring real dramatic ability and talent for a successful pro- duction. It was suggested that, inasmuch, as there was but one copy of the play, a meeting be held and a part of the play read to all students' of\ the' school who were interested in dramatics. DRAMATICS. Large Group of Students Attend Reading of \The Thirteenth Chair\ The Pi -¥u Epsilon was like the center of attraction during the fore part of last Wednesday even- ing when all students interested in dramatics met to hear a part of the play read. Judging by the

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