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VOL. 18
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA,5 CIIAEELfHItL-Ni; C.,; SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 190!)
NO. 20
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The Players well trained and the
costumes magnificent. Each ;
actor does credit to him-
self and his trainer j!;
A 'most auspicious opening- "was , iaf
forded the week-end festivities of th
past few days when the dramatic club
made their semi-annual appearance in
Gerrard Hall Th'ursday nig-ht.' The
play rendered was a masterpiece, pop
ular in Spain, El Indiano, and this
forms a link in the series of plays
that is to oresent to the students : of
the university an opportunity to see
acted the masterpieces of literature of
of each of the leading nations of th
world. T "
In every respect the performance
was an unqualified success. The act
ing was tip-top. All the players -did
their mirts with a show of excellent
training-. The costumes of the char
acters were especially good. The time
represented being- Spain in the early
days after the discovery of America
the days when Spain was mistress of
all the world and her coffers were over
flowing- with the wealth of the ' Iucas,
the costumes were necessarily very
brilliant and splendid. : ; u
The following- is the cast , of char
acters. ; '
The Marquis Aponte, of Poplar , -.'l
L. N. Taylor
(In debt to Don Prospero) ;
Ths Marchioness Aponte, of Poplar,
J. M. Reeves
(Anxious to cancel the debt)
Lola Aponte, her daughter ; ;
; J. J. McAden
(An unwilling sacrifice) . i ; r
Achilles Aponte, Lola Aponte !iM
C. W. Gunter
! . (Fierce and faithful) .
Victor Chinchuretta, Lola's lover : i
Stowe Crouse
(Young- and handsome) i ! o
. Caiisto : " ;: . '
Odom Alexander
(A much puzzed servant)""
Don Prospero Brooks. El Indiano
I. Harding-Hughes
("A fly caught in a spider's web")
Id the role of Marquis Aponte of Pop
lar, L. N. Taylor did exceedingly well.
A very ceremonius old man he was,
and cruelly in debt. For .such, a little
man Mr. Taylor showed a .. very big
voice when he lorded it over his , wife
and daughter. J. M. Reeves did, .well
as the Marchioness Aponte altho .he
spoke comparatively few words. Word
less as he was, however, he kept ithe
hero of the play in constant ; terror by
his prim austerity. ., ,,, , ,;
The difficult part of the daughter of
the Apontes, the heroine of the .play,
was effectively filled by J. J. McAdem
Altho confronted , with the , difficulty
of playing a woman's part, and a very
difficult woman's part at that, he tri-
umped with glory. Victor tCliiiichu
rptta. Stowe Crouse, was a difficult part
well played. Odom Alexander played
the part of servant and his chances to
star were limited to a few ten-second
appearances. : In this short time how
ever he managed to afford the audi-
(Concluded on fourth page)
TUB THANKSGIVING DANCES
n..-tr---v-ifii v,sv,
GHMGOULS AND THE GERMAN
CL0B GIVE DANCES IN THE
f 1 " GYMNASIUM
Fifty-five couples tread the mazes
from ten till two on Thurs-
,,, jt day, and Friday
f" V L,W V'; M,ShtS ,.;, p.;.;.".-'
x'The fjphanksgiving dances of the
Germaii Club and the Order of Ghim-
gbuls tbdk place in the gymnasium on
last Thursday "and Friday nights.
The female population of Chapel Hill
hasbeendoubled in the past two days.
The 'aiipus Of the urtyerity and the
walks and roads of the tillage have
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The first of the cjarfees was given by
the Ghirrigbuls immediately after the
performance of the university drama
tie clur) ' The music was, of usual,
furnished by Levy of Durham, and' in
a half an hour after the dismissal of
the auuien'ce from Gerrard Hall the
lifst da.rice 'was on in the gym there
were about fifty couples led by Mr.
Lf TVAvery in the first grand march
arid th not browded the. gym present
ed riO lonesome ' appearance as fifty
maiderfs'floated out to the dance on the
swell of , the' music.5 The visiting
ladies j'ave been culled from the choic
est gardens of the Old North State to
come and sweeten this prosy spot with
their tenderness and beauty." Refresh
ments were served to dancers at about
mid-night and then 'twas "On with
the dance" again and joy was uncon-
fined. ' The occasion was brought to a
close only ! when the orchestra re
fused to play any more. The second
dance was the general German Club
dance. ?i
During Friday the arrival of the
fair , had gone on without inter
mission, , and the number of merry
makers was increased some ten couples.
The , dance took place immediately
after Sen. "Bob" Taylor of Tennessee
had uttered his last phrases in Ger
rard Hall. , The course of the dance
was very much the same as the night
before. The dances were lead by Mr.
Robert McNeil and the enjoyment was
heightened by thought that on the
memory of these Jast few s moments
one would have to be. happy till Christ
mas.
Among those in attendance at the
dances were: Miss Sarah Jones with
R. S. McNeill, Miss Mary Clyde Hassel
with. W.v .R. Wilson, Miss Margaret
Graves with J. T. Johnson, Miss Sadie
Thomas, with J. E.- Croswell, Miss
Patsy iSmith of Raleigh with A. L.
Feild, Miss May.: Hume with W. M.
Dey, Miss Bynum with II. F, Long,
Miss Annie Woth with W. A. McKay,
Miss Lucy P. Atchison with Louis
oisson, s Miss Eioiser Robinson with
J. M. Venable, Miss Josephine Evans
with A. A. Zolli.coffer, Miss Juliette
Crews with Buck Harris, Miss Nancy
Hay' with Louis West, Miss Betsy
London ; with J.S. Patterson, Miss
Marguerite Brown with G. II. Roberts
Miss Slocomb with K. Tanner, Miss
Jeb Whitfield with I). S. Crouse, Miss
Helen Wharton with Tom Hunter,
Miss Mabel McEachern with W. M.
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