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by the by M. of by th col o J Rotary in in Bruce Bairnsfather, who dramatized dramatized in his inimitable drawings the humorous aspects of the World war, will / give" an illustrated lecture, lecture, "Keep Smiling," Thursday at 4:15 p. m., in Agricultural assembly. assembly. An entertaining speaker as well as draftsman, Bairnsfather is now engaged in his second successful tour of this country. Here he will augment his talk with slides of many of his famous drawings, an, will make one or more large draw ings before his audience- Bairnsfather's play, "The Bette "Ole," which depicts the exper iences of his famous character, 01( Bill, has been popular ever since the war. At least a dozen well known actors have played the par of Bill. During the early days of the war Bairnsfather served on severa fronts, but later on was taken from the trenches and made an officia cartoonist. At the present time his work may be seen in such diverse magazines magazines as The New Yorker, Judge The America, a nd The Mentor. Mentor. The Bairnsfather lecture is one of the regular series sponsored by the Iowa State college lecture committee. committee. The final lecture of this season's series will be that by Dr. Bruno Roselli, founder and head of the Italian department of Vassar Vassar college, which will be given April 1. to to in in W. as the and n >17 y year past

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  1. Ames Daily Tribune,
  2. 10 Mar 1931, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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