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Mothers Cry

the committee to choose and this play tells everything all the truth. I looked at the book and it was called Damaged Goods.
The next day Beatty came home from school and she was nearly crying. She said the committee all agreed on the play but when they showed it to the teachers some of them laughed but some were very mad and Beatty said anyway they ought to give the play because it told the whole truth. And so the next day she made the debating club challenge another debating club about whether they should give the piece or not. And then the teachers wouldn't let them hold the debate. So Beatty said all right we'll hold it in the street and they did and all the newspapers printed stories about it and the stories were kind of teasing stories like they were making fun of Beatty and Beatty was terribly mad and said they didn't appreciate the seriousness of the situation and she as a member of the new generation wanted to protect herself and others by spreading the truth but when she said these things to the newspaper men they made them all sound funny and so Beatty cried and she said it wasn't right to have any sense of humor when principles were at stake.
But they wouldn't let them give the piece called Damaged Goods anyhow and so Beatty resigned and then a teacher picked out a play how a young man and a young girl are invited to a ball in an insane asylum and how the young man thinks the young girl is crazy and how the young girl thinks the young man is crazy and how frightened they are of each other but in the end it all turns out perfectly all right. And everybody said no one but Beatty could play the heroine and so they got up a committee to ask her please to play it and Beatty said although she considered the play was very trivial her loyalty to the club made her accept. I was glad she did because I knew she was always happy when she was playing

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