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Queens blues. volume (None) 192?-19??, November 26, 1940, Image 1

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I EXTRA THE DAILY BLAH^BLAH EXTRA PUBLISHED ON STUNT NIGHT QUEENS COLLEGE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1940 1 Page, No Sense MURDER TRIAL BEGINS Dean Announces Large Number High Grades For First Report Mrs. Mose To Stand Trial For Homicidal Indictment Freshman Leads | List With 5 Marks One hundred and thirty-five stu dents have been credited with marks of distinction for the fall quarter ac cording to Dean of Government J. M. Godard. Mildred Pearson of the freshman class heads the list with five distinctions. Those having four distinctions are Marguerite Gillespie, Sue Howe, and Ruth Kilgo. Sara Bailey, Joy Fitz simmons, Gail Griffith, Margaret Hawkins, Mary Marshall Jones, Mar guerite Mason, and Mary Kate Kornegay have three distinctions. Nancy Claire Allen, Kitty Beckett, Helen Blair, Dorothy Dixon, Caro line Edwards, Inez Fulbright, Louise Griffin, Virginia Jennings, Annie Louise Lambert, Lalla Marshall, Lenore McCall, Sarah Frances Mc- Laurin, Elsie Moseley, Eugenia Neu Virginia Prunty, Dorothy Summer ville, Alice Young, Mabel Borers, Clara Carpenter, Cynthia Leach, Julia McMurry, Emma Newell, Mil dred Robinson, Mary Ward, and Annette M elver have two distinction marks. Those having one distinction mark are as follows: Margaret Aldred, Mrs. Grant Ashley, Tera Baily, Anne Barrier, Winifred Bean, Peggy Bell, Lucille Blackburn, Louise Blue, Nellie Bookout, Anne Branan, Mil dred Breeden, Frances Brockington, Louise Brumley, Elsbeth Burnham, Ruth Carter, Margaret Chandler, June Childs, Helen Cochrane, Mar garet Cochrane, ' Gloria Coppola, Vashti Cox, Nancy Jane Dandridge, Irene Davis, Martha Elliot, Betty Jane Furay, Laura Griffith, Ca.therine Heigler, Mary Jane Hart, Lucy Has sell, Annie Fred Henderson, Harrie. Henderson, Dorothy Herron, Jean Hester, Mrs. Lucy Hogan, Elnora Freshman Skit To Be Presented Tonight Honeycutt, Geneive Hosmer, Sue Howe, Elizabeth Imbody, Marjorie Imbody, Nancy Isenhour, Josephine Johnson, Mary Mercer Johnson, Mary Lorene Jones, Elise Kennedy, Eliza beth Killough, Maureen Latta, Mrs. Dorothy Lawson, Marie Leonard, Dorothy Link, Aileen Long, Dorothy Longenecker, Blanche Medbery, Ann Mauldin, Betty McClintock, Vivian McCorkle, Katherine McCorkle, Har riet McDowell, Ollie Meadows, Caro lyn Miller, Frances Moseley, Terry Mosteller, Louisa McLean, Elizabeth Myers, Peggy Parsley, Catherine Patterson, Alice Payne, Martha Pen- land, Eloise Pickard, Margaret Por ter, Nancy Query, Frances Riddle, Dorothy Robinson, Naomi Rouse, Sanders, Harriet Scoggins, Martha Summerville, Margaret Thompson, Betty Thomason, Cornelia Truesdale, Esther Vause, Ida Mae Walkup, Bet ty Ross Dellinger, Nina Dellinger, Betty Dickerson, Jean Dobson, Peggy Dorsey, Mary Ann Forsyth, Jean Fox, Marion Green, Marguerite John son, Catherine Kittles, Florida Lunn, Virginia McCauley, Dorothy Mc Nair, Marietta Shelby, Edith Tise, Beverley Thomas, Jean Brown, and Mabel Beach. Mr. David Ovens, manager of J. B. Ivey & Co., spoke in chapel Friday, November 8. The subject of his informal address was “Can You Take It?” Levy and Powell Are Chairmen The freshman stunt night skit, “Who Killed Old Man Mose” is to be presented tonight in the Queens College Auditorium at eight o’clock. The idea for the skit was suggested by Elizabeth Lael. The skit was written and directed by Idrienne Levy, stunt night chairman. The en tire gallery work was conceived and directed by Margaret Powell, the gallery chairman. The property committee, headed by Nancy Isenhour, consisted of Peg gy Bell, Elizabeth Caldwell, Louisa McClain, Dorothy Herron and Mar garet Bangle. Scenery was handled by Dorothy Harms. Dorothy Leatherwood, with the help of Laura Odom and Margaret Powell, took charge of the make-up Typing of the scripts was done by Thelma Martin. The song sung by Philip Morris and Mrs. Mose “Beneath the Stars Thai; Night” is an original composi tion the words and music of which were written by Idrienne Levy. Gloria Coppola, Franz Rummel, anc Mildred Cook assisted in various ways The office desks and chairs anc spittoons were furnished by Pound and Moore’s. By Ino Itall Reporter A tragic figure, dressed in black, Mrs. Frances Mose, (Elsbeth Burnham) faces a jury today in.the Queens Court in the preliminary hearing of the trial charging her with the murder of her husband. Old Man Mose. Judge Tippie Kennedy will" preside. Mrs. Mose will be defended by Rosemary Vin cent, who once more meets his rival the District Attor ney, Gloria Coppola, in court on opposite sides of a sensa tional murder trial. Peculi arities about the case are that the cause of the death of Old Man Mose has not yet been ascertained. Mrs. Mose was indicted on the strength of circumstantial evidence, It is rumored that the Dis trict Attorney will call Philip Morris (Betty Ross Dellin ger), fiance of Margie Mose, Old Man Mose’s daughter (Annette Hicks) to testify. Others expected to testify for the defense are Pete La Plaza, notorious gangster (Whaley Weeks) and Dinah Shore (Frances Mosely), a colored servant employed at the Mose home. The clerk of the court, Elizabeth Henry, will swear in the witnesses. Sheriff Alice Young will act as officer of the court as usual and patrolmen Ollie Meadows and Alene McMul- lin will be on duty. The Daily Blah-Blah will print a com plete record of the trial as taken by Thelma Martin, the court stenographer. The Daily Blah-Blah’s star sob sister, Nancy Baker, will report the trial from day to day as she sees it. Photog rapher Franz Rummel will make exclusive pictures. The District Attorney’s secretary, Elizabeth Killough will help with the prosecution. Among the prominent people who will probably be seen in the audience are Mrs. Kitty Beckett, Patsy Starnes, Mary Croswell, Sybil Mundy, and Laura Odom. The fresh man class jury will render the verdict. ' 11 ' i I"! II rt ■FT 1

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