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55-57 59 MARYLAND AVENUE
when shown the declaration by Bat
tling Siki that his championship
match with Carpentier was to have
been a “fraine-up.”
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ELKS' MUSICAL *
GREAT SUCCESS *
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’I irMtlatv* r*a Pace 1J
■ I Mr. Shearman possesses a deep and
J sympathetic volte and an ability tS In
! terpret the emotions ol every role he
Charles Convery. Lohlah's lover
also made an immediate “hit.” .This
clever young man. whose first stage j
appearance locally was made scarred
ly more than two weeks ago. appears
to have every gift essential to dra
matic success Endow**] with *£lear
and manly voice, a vigorous personal
ly and marked ease ‘of manner, be
and- Lohlah. in their, numerous ap
pearances seemed invariably to in
oculate the c *Uen-e with some of
their own joyoushess and youth. ’*
Texas “Gent" Of fdlor ‘F i',
i But the love affairs.of Zohlah. Loh-
I lah and their America: ’ovtrs. could
, not monopolize all the sympathy of
I the audience. At least, not when John
| Martin.their beloved conadian, in the
role of Samuel Johnson Jackson, r
Texas gentleman of color, was leing
! pursued by a sentimental sorceress
who drew magic circles about him
j when be failed to remember that she
1 had been his African queen in a for ,
mer incarnation. Sam’s vehement
protests that he never was “no carna
> tion.” that he is a thousand mile* from
■ -Texas, and that lie U sick to the death
Jof stewed dates -and longs for ’pos
sum and sweet potatoes," brough'
'down the house. Mrs. Joseph Droll
;<aß Zowobeh. Zohdah's old purse and a
' sorceress of ao mean ability, aj'S.’xaiJd
ed immeasurably.to the success of the
iplay. • \
Special Features Score
As Perunah. the Shah. James F.
Smith was more than admirable, his
deep voice and splendid physique be
ing perfectly fitted to the lordly role
he played. An Arab Sheik, who
knows women as a % scholar knows
books. Oscar Dawes certainly “got
away with the cave man stuff" in
masterly fashion and his singing was
notably clear and the tones of his
voice manly and vigorous.
However, much of the success of
last night's performance depends on
the direction of Mr. Crosley and the
real ability of the cast, commenration
is also due to both the masculine and
feminine members of the chorus and
to the brilliance of the setting. £os
, Dynes and lighting effects of the. pry
] dnetion. ‘
A number of special features were
also introduced to eliminate the wear
isome intermissions usually charac
teristic of amateur plays. These fea
tures were indeed testimonials of the
unusual talent available in this vi
First among the special numbers
was the dance of Miss Adolaide Mol
ter. who made many so-called Ori
ental dancers look like tailor's dum
mies. Miss Molter is a true artist and
embodies grace and rhythm of move
ment with comeliness of face and
Marion,* the small daughter -of
Charles Shearman, appeared with her
' father in several Irish selections, clad
jas an Irish “mavourneen." and later
J:as an elf. This little girl is steadily
i developing a voice of rare sweetness
j Mr. Mang. physical instructor of the
* Naval Academy, accompanied by his
“ son. and Mr. Sazama. the navy swlm
■ ming instructor, appeared in a spe
cial acrobatic feature worthy of the
professional stage. These gentlemen
displayed astounding agility and
great physical strength.
An orchestra, composed of numbers
of the most talented musicians of this
,clty and the Naval Academy, played
accompaniments of rare beatify to the,
songs of the various members of the
cast, and also furnkhed spirited In
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KICKERS OF REINA
OVER DUNDALK, 20-0
The fast U. S. S. Reins Mercedes
eleven journeyed to Duudalk. Md..
yesterdnr and defeated the fast Dun
dalk A. C. 20 to 0. In three minutes
time sailors had the ball on the Dun
dalk-Jive-yard • line. The next play
saw Cuecneville carrying the ball over
the Mne for a touchdown, and Nidds
’ added an extra point bv a drop,kick
The Reina Mercedes kicked off .to
i Dundalk’ again and Dundalk's plunges
’ failing to make a gain forced them to
] kick again.. This brought the ball back
jto the middle of the field. The Reina
Mercedes all around team work soon
f 'C IDTI CPLAYHO USE
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\ _ /"pvTlre Understudy”/
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|| , ,Thesay. / ■/ J\/f Philadclphii
“QUEEN OF SHEBA'
had the ball on Dundalk’s 8-yard line. t
On the next play Nidds received thej 1
ball and wekt off tackle for a touch
down due to O'Donnell's and Lapin
skl's fine interference. Thte ended.
the scoring tor the first half. 4
At the start of the seoond half Hun-1
dalk had a little suprise for the Rein a 1
Mercedes eleven, when they put sev
eral of the Third Corps Area's second
string men in the lineup. Although
they held the Reina Mercedes for a
few down% and kent them from scor
ing in the third period, the fourth
period found the sailors in possession
of the ball and making way down th*
field. On the right of the line due to
Fansler's and O'DoniieU’s opening of
holes and Konitzer’s and Hedgers on
the left. Nidds made some surprising
gains. Queenville and Lapiuski car
ried the ball at times.
The third and final touchdown of
th# game came in tho fourth period
when the Reina Mercedes got posses
sion of the bull on Dundalk's 20-yard
[ line. A forward jmss froj x, 4
[Queenerille, put the lal! , ■
'from Dundalk's goal. Tu.- '
Nidds advanced the i. i
yards and QueeimiUe t
/I’he Reina Merced* . tea
like to hear from som. i, , !
wish ins to make a nip . \
lon Saturday. A good g.i.,r . .
Woman st Htr i
A v Oman's he>i ;i
--*t between thirty art.) i,
SAMUEL W. BROOKsTc
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