“HIGH" LIFE, MARCH 17, 1922
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Kose you’ll come to Katcha-Koo
Kaus it kinda katches you,
Kaus ’tis kute, kaus ’tis klever,
Kaus it keeps you keyed forever,
Kings and Kweens would pay ten
Kould they see some of those gowns.
Kome and bring a friend or two,
Kome and katch the dances new,
Kome and hear the songs they sing,
Kome and see the fun they’ll bring—
Kome kaus ’tis the only show.
Kan kompete with the best you know.
Kome and see if that’s not so,
Or get your money back at the door.
KATCHA KOO MUSIC
There are lots of musical comedies with prett}^, catchy
tunes which ring through the ears of thcater-g'oers for
Meeks afterward. Katcha Koo not only has “katchy”
tunes but the music is composed esiieeially to fit the
dances, which makes every moyeinent on the stage more
impressive. This music, with the exception of two of its
most po]mlar songs, has never been jirinted. It is used
solely for the play and its various choruses and dances.
One rarely finds music as expressive of the play with
which it comes, as is found in Katcha Koo. Luckily, all
the jiarts for a good orchestra are copied in manuscript
form. Greensboro has many talented men who have had
experience in other orchestras. The very best talent is
to be selected in forming the orchestra which is to play
for Katcha Koo.
Come and hear this music which has never been sold
and M'hich will make you wish for a cojiy the minute
you hear it. There are several excellent soloists in the
play. These soloists sing many of the catchy songs 'with
the dancers and choruses in the background. The effect
is beautiful -when soloist and choruses join in unison for
the refrains. We feel sure you will enjoy Katcha Koo, but
rve kno\Y you -will love the music especially.
KATCHA KOO, SOME COMEDY
This is the last lap before the shoivdov-n; so let’s all
pull together for Katcha Koo. When you buy a ticket you
are not doing an act of charity, for you are going to see
a REAL Musical Comedy. Why not buy your ticket and
then help by selling some to your friends. They ivill
thank you after the shoiiu The people of the city are
M'illing to come and support the play. Are YOU in the
school doing your part?
Remember—Buy Tickets—Sell Tickets.
LET’S GO—TO KATCHA KOO
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“KATCHA-KOO” ’A LA SHAKES
What a piece of work is “Katcha-
Koo”! how noble in setting! how in
finite in fun! in music and dances
how clever and admirable! in action
how like a whirlwind! in merits how
like a professional play! the belles
of Greensboro! the paragon of com
edies! and yet, to us, what means the
success of this fantastique? Much
labor, much, time, many c—'s, and
^much worry. Still slurs of outsiders
discourage not us; no, nor their pessi
mism neither, tho by their grinning
some seem to think so. Tho this be
madness, yet there is method in’t.
Katcha-Koo’s the thing wherein we’ll
catch the dollars of our friends.
WILLIAM NEAL AND CHARLES
LIPSCOMB WIN IN DECLA
Monday, March 13, with Gladys
Holland, president of the debating
club, presiding the declamation con
test was held in the auditorium of
the High School. The contest was
for the purpose of deciding the two I
best declaimers one of whom would |
go to Wake Forest while the,
other would go to Guilford College. [
The judges, Miss Dorsett, Miss Hall,
and Mr. White, after a long adjourn
ment decided to send Charles Lips
comb to Wake Forest and William
Neal to Guilford College. The pro
gram, as follows, was greatly enjoy
ed by all who attended.
“The National Flag”— Edwin
“Makers of the Flag.”—Moulton
“The Tyrany of the Public Opin
ion.” —Neal Jones.
“A Message to Garcia”—William
“Flag Day Address”—Charles
“Unknown Soldier of the World
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