The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, Annual Extravaganva July 1923
ACT I.—A Prehistoric Village in Gordzone Country
ACT I.—A Prehistoric Village in Gordzone Country.
Cast of Characters in the order of their appearance.
Sheezastunna (Queen of Gordzone Country)
Mr. A. J. Mazengarb
Paint the pretty face,
Dye the coral lip,
Emphasize the grace
Of her ladyship!
|Wottabute||Miss F. Churchill|
The angels in pink and the angels in blue
In muslins and moires so lovely and new.
|Yourethewun||Miss T. Baldwin|
Subjected to your heavenly grace (Poetical phrase)
My brain is turned completely.
|Imeanother||Miss M. Pigou|
Attendants on Sheezastunna
A voice, whose every word and tone
Might make a thousand hearts its own.
|Bill Mushie||Mr. P. Martin-Smith|
A clever spouter
He'll sure turn out.
—R. A. Millikin.
|Tom Trillforth||Mr. I. Hjorring|
"Love you?" said I, then I sighed, and then I gazed upon her sweetly—
For I think I do this sort of thing particularly neatly.
|Hairy Harry||Mr. N. Whiteman|
Suitors of Sheezastunna
My mother bids me mind my hair.
|Sir Robert Spout||Mr. S. E. Baume|
He was wonderfully active for so very stout a party.
|Princess Ivanellovanitch||Mr. K. L. Matthews|
Go away, madam;
I should say, madam,
You display, madam,
|Mayor Fright||Mr. D. Veitch|
Oh, innocents, listen in time,
Avoid an existence of crime,
Or you'll be as ugly as Im.
|E. B. Takin||Mr. A. W. Lawn|
Prisoners up for Sentence
I shall tell him I've recovered my forgotten moral senses,
But I don't care twopence halfpenny for any consequences,
|Court Crier||Mr. J. L. McDuff|
With no language but a cry.
Cavemen, Women, etc., etc.