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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1934. Volume 5. Number 3.

Our Correspondent Views Sheba

Our Correspondent Views Sheba

Played first. "Sheba." by "Hern N.Z. Goodz," the 1934 pen-name for one we know as the author of last year's success, "Great Caesar," and such former successes as "G.G." and " Kyd," was good in spots. Starting with great snap, this play stumbled badly in the middle, recovered itself, and ended rather tamely. It seemed as if the fault lay in the manner of presentation rather than in the play itself. As always, the author had much sparkling dialogue and many clever allusions, and had it been pruned judiciously, might have been another "Great Caesar." It was, however, quite will received, and served as an effective opening to the show.

She's Seen The Posters For The Hockey Tournament Dance, Sat. Next. Success To Be Chronicled Will Be