One act play tournament, Pasadena Playhouse, 1955
Supplementary material reads: "Pasadena Playhouse news release. For Immediate release. Jerry Farley, 17, of Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks, was named best actor of the day, as the Pasadena Playhouse opened its annual One Act Play Tournament. Bill Leslie, Columbia Pictures' young star, presented Farley with the award as the first day of the three-day tourney drew to a close. Farley won plaudits for his role in an original playlet by Brother Dunstan, of the Sherman Oaks school, which also won honors for the best production of the day. Best actress in the day-long parade of high school talent was 16-year-old Mayo Loizeaux, of Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles. Miss Loizeaux received her award from Lucy Marlow, Columbia starlet who began her career at the Playhouse. Eleven schools vied for honors before a board of professionals which included Jean Inness, Jean Jory, Dabbs Greer and Ruth Covell. Most prized was the best production citation, which carries with it the Governor Knight Award and a two-year scholarship to the Playhouse College of Theatre Arts. The tournament continues through Wednesday, March 23". Caption #3: Jerry Farley (right) of Notre Dame High accepts record album from Columbia Pictures player Bill Leslie, after winning Best Actor honors in last night's opening round of the 22nd Annual Pasadena Playhouse One Act Play Tournament".