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Dedication

At the second evening performance, Tuesday, April 29, the Lyric Theatre will
be dedicated to those heroic men of the Blacksburg District who fought in the
World War. The formal dedicatory ceremony will be in charge of the Jack
Gardner Post, 1496, Veterans of Foreign Wars




Program for the Opening Night of the Lyric Theatre

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1930





6:30 O'Clock Performance 9:00 O'Clock Performance
Invocation--Paul N. Derring.
Singing--Tech Triumph, by the audience.
Talk--Cadet T.W. Stark.
A Dance--Miss Helen Faville
House Lighting Effects.
A Dance--Misses Helen and Audrey Faville.
Specialty Act--Featuring Miss "Poo."
Stage Lighting Effects.
Motion Picture Comedy.
"The Girl Said No."--William Haines.
Invocation--Rev.Norman Johnson.
Singing--America, by the audience.
Talk--Dr. C. M. Newman.
House Lighting Effects.
A Dance--Miss Helen Faville.
Specialty Act--Featuring Miss "Poo."
A Dance--Misses Helen and Audrey Faville.
Stage Lighting Effects.
Motion Picture Comedy.
"The Girl Said No."--William Haines.





Lighting effects by FRANK ADAMS.
Lighing fixtures by JEFFERSON ELECTRIC COMPANY.
Electrical wiring by MORRIS HUNTER.
Drapes and settings by VOLLAND.
Carpets by THURMAN AND BOONE.
Seats by SOUTHERN DESK COMPANY.
Furniture by LUSTER AND BLACK.
Acoustical equipment by WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY and U.S. GYPSUM COMPANY.
Decorations and painting by HESSE AND HURT.



The V.P.I. Skipper, April 1930, page 3.

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