A. Maceo Smith in play
1 0 0 9 3 1 0 2 0 2 3 1 a 1 0 1 7 1 0 Intercollegiates Cive Two Race Plays As part of their educational program the members of The lntercolegiate Association Association presented two Negro pJ - iy. priie winners in the first Opportunity's Contest, last Wednesday evening at Ltl.'. I : - l a..j:..: The name of the flays were "The Bog Guide" by Miss Mae Mfller, and "Cooped Up," by Mrs. Eloise Bibb Thompson. "The Bog Guide" has an African setting, centering aratand the life of an African girl. The cKvacters were "Master," Allen Bean: 'Dealer,' Phillip E. Potter; - Sabali," Miss Lucile Spertce. "Cooped Up" is laid in New Orleans, and the action of the play taken place in a rooming house near the lever. It is the story of a woman lodger who tries to break up the home of the man and wife of the rooming house by arranging arranging secret meetings between the wife and man lodger. The members of the cast: "Cassie," Isa Gittens ; Xleo," Olyvia Thomas; "Julius," A. Maceo Smith; "Dan." Ira De Reid; the "Skif - fer," Mr. Boatswain, Officers of the Interrollegiate Asso - niation are: president, Ijiuise Jarksnn; vire president, A. C. Helm; secretary, Miss Lucille Spence; and treasurer, George E. Hall.