Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, October 14, 1919, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    ‘MGS" 10 BE
Problem Drama by Mrs. Parson
Will be Given Later
in Portland
“Real Inings,” a four-act drama of
modern American life, will he the
first play to he presented hy the
diamatic interpretation classes of
the University this year. The play
was written hy Mrs. Mabel Holmes
Parsons and was submitted by her
to the Winthrop Ames contest in
1914. The work has been entirely
revised and rebuilt hy Mrs. Parsons
for 1 lie campus production in Nov
The first two scenes are laid in
the west as a result of the special
scenery which is now under con
st action hy the students of the
school of architecture will have an
atmosphere of reality. The first and
second acts will present a decided
contrast as the scene changes to
New York city. In all, ‘‘Real Things”
promises to prove a real treat for the
followers of dramatic art.. Boon after
Hi.' performance at. Guild hall it
will he taken to Portland.
Great Interest is also being evinced
in the appearance early in ITficeather
of ‘‘The Little Dog Laughed,” written
hy Professor Fergus Reddle of the
dramatic department. The fantasy
carries one to the home of ‘‘Mother
Gorsc” and with Its delightful humor
l 'cases from the beginning to end.
The approval this play met with two
>e;,i> ago made Its reappearance in
evitable so Mr. Reddle has decided
to present It both at Guild hall and at
tin licilig theatre in Portland.
I lot li plays will he under the per
sona! direction of Mr. Reddle. The
Employment Department Has More
Positions Than Applicants.
There is enough temporary employ
ment for all men desiring to work,
according to Kev. A. M. Spangler, in
charge of the employment department
of the University Y. M. C. A. One
hundred and fifty men have been
placed in permanent positions, with
20 applications for employment still
to be taken care of.
Permanent positions are in such
work as clerking, bookkeeping, paper
carrying and order taking. The ma
jority of applicants have been seek
ing this kind of work At the pres
ent time there are more temporary
positions than can be filled. There
are plenty of positions for students
picking fruit in the country, put
ting in wood, surveying, and work
on the new athletic field. Men want
ing employment are urged to accept
these positions until permanent pos
itions for them can be obtained.
Memorial Manager Coming.
Kdgar Piper, Jr., of Portland, state
manager of the lloosevelt memorial
campaign, will he on the campus next
Friday in connection with the move
ment. A meeting of the followers
o ftlie great American will he called
on the campus early next week to
arrange for co-operation with Mr.
Piper in giving Oregon a proper
share in this undertaking.
cast for his dramatization of nursery
inymes has not Ueen announced
The parts for "Real Things” will
tie divided as follows:
Janet, Durand, Miss Charlotte Dan field
.Jim Durand . Norvell Thompson
Joe Sawyer Fergus Reddie
Hen Castle . Claire Keeney
Ciiarmine Castle Gretelien Wheeler
M VJorski .. Norman Phillips
Parker Wilbur Hiiliu
Martha . Helen Case
Mr. Louis . Roy \ Gat'd!
Mh-s Louis ... ...... Marion Taylor
Irene Brye of O. A. C. is Future
Bride of Oregon Junior in '
Commerce School
A complete surprise to the campus
was the annoiflicement Monday night
of the engagement of Wilbur M.
Carl, a major in the school of com
merce of the University, to Irene
Ilrye, a member of the Alpha Chi
Omega sorority at O. A. C.
The announcement was made at an
elaborate dinner at the Phi Delta
Theta house in Corvallis on Sunday
night, but was unknown at Eugene
until formal announcement was made
at a stag dinner Monday evening.
Miss Brye Is one of the most pop
ular students who ever attended the
O. A. C., being president of the Alpha
Chi Omega sorority and a member
of the Forum and Mu Omicron, honor
societies. She was for two years
captain of the girls’ basketball team.
Her home is at Auburn, California.
“Bib” Carl is a well-known junior
on the campus. He is president of
Phi Delta Theta and a member of
To-Ko-Uo and Cross Roads. He is
on the executive council and was as
sistant manager of track last year.
Instructors in Extension Division At
tend Teachers’ Meetings
Three of the instructors in the ex
tension division of the University are
attending teachers’ conventions this
week. J. Almack is attending the
Gilliam-Wheeler convention and will
also be at the Morrow county con
vention, October 15-16-17. Professor
Gregory and Miss Cummings are at
| the Coos county meeting, which will
| continue until Wednesday.
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