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"Qllarrurr" Booth Tarkington 's play, "Clarence" is a real American comedy. The characters are American; the action and plot have Yankee motives; the lines are all in the American language. It is as American as "Huckleberry Finn" or pumpkin pie. As a comedy with real meaty thought and with no lapses into farce, "Clarence" qualifies exactly. The action throughout is refined, s ubtle and above all natural. Those marvelous young people, Cora and Bobby Wheeler, are portrait sketches that appeal to every one but the originals. Their truth is lost on the "Flapper" and the "prep" scho ol yo uth. but to th eir rarEnts and guardians, to all, indeed, ' 'v ho ha ve emerged from the serious, Eelf-ccm:cious reriod of adolescence, they are an enduring joy. Laughs for the audience are frequent; in fact the play is made to lure tre laughter of its audience. On March 29, 1822, "Clarence" was presented by the fo ll owing ca::;t Mrs . Martin __ ---- -- -- -- -- -- ------ ----- __ Et h el !Vlc!Vlas ter IVIt-. \Vh ee ' er___ ___ ___ _Vaughn Ca s 1e r lVll's. Whee 1 er__ --- ------ --- -·- --- ·-·- -- -- -- _ _______ Hild egard e Ye ck Bobby ______ ___ ____ ___ ___ __Fuller 'Wood ie Cora ____ ________ _ ---------- ---·----·- ---- -____ _____ Helen Knapp Violet Pinney __ ----- -·--- ·- -- --- __ __ ___ ___ Esth e t· D e lze ll C larence __ __ . _ ---- -- ·-· . .. Carl Ros::mqu is t Della -- -· ·---- ·-- -···--·- ·- ·-------· -- --- ·--- ... Ruth R. os2nqui s t _______ ____ Gaylord Toft Dinwiddie_ Voice .. In ez Ray Well s Hube rt Ste m __ ---- ------ ------ ------- -- --- _______ Ralph Hunte r __ _______ _., ________ , ______ _.. _ _ .. .. .... Olga A lb er Stag·e Manager .

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Profile for Peru State College Library

1922 - The Peruvian  

1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1922 - The Peruvian  

1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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