Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 29, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    Plans Made for
Drama Contest
To be Held Here
Committees Appointed to
Entertain and Assist
Visiting Students
Ten schools in the state will com
pete here in a drama tournament on
May 4 to 6. It is one of the first
of its kind to be held in the United
States. The drama students of the
University will entertain 75 guests
for three days. Committees have
been appointed to take charge of
every detail in order to facilitate
the handling of the pteppers. The
names of those who will help-follow:
Transportation, chairman, Gordon
Stearns; registration, Mary Duckett;
housing, Constance Roth, Arthur
Anderson; stage manager, Perry
Douglas; assistant stage manager,
Helen Hembree; staging assistant,
Margaret Somers; chairman of light
ing, Pearl Taylor; assistants, Flor
ence Elliott, Frances Wardner, Ern
est McKinney, Lawrence Armand.
Properties, Claudia Sersanous;
music, Vera Ratcliffe; business man
ager, George Hogshire; publicity,
Renee Grayce Nelson; luncheon
chairman, Mazie Richards; matinee
chairman, Joy Ingalls; dressing j
Tooms, Diana Deininger, Cecil Mat
son; hostess, Grace Gardner; host,
William Forbis, Lawrence Shaw;
service committee, Lynne Black,
Dean Condon; reception committee,
Katie Buchanan, Frieda Deininger,
Cecil Matson, Alfons Korn, Cath
erine Sartain, Lawrence Shaw,
Mary Campbell, Etha Jeanne Clark,
Calvin Horn.
The Drama Tournament commit
tee consists of both faculty and
students. They are: Dr. James H.
Gilbert, Dr. C. V. Boyer, Dr. Dan E.
Clark, Miss Florence E. Wilbur, H.
E. Rosson, Ralph D. Casey, Con
stance Roth and Arthur Anderson.
The judges for the contest, who
will award the silver cup Saturday
night are: Miss Elizabeth Barnes,
Mrs. D. Day, Miss Ranch and S.
Stephenson Smith.
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SOME MEDICAL student can save
a lot of money on a good micros
cope. It is made by the Spencer
Lens Company, like those used at
the U. of O. The number of the
instrument is 26478 and is left for
sale by a customer. Bristow’s,
formerlv called Luckey’s Jewelry
Hot in pursuit of romance
and adventure, the screen’s
newest favorite dashes over
hill and dale and plunges in
to the land of dark eyed sen
oritas and blackhand plot
ters . . .
Drive Up the
McKenzie on
Saturday or Sunday
Chicken dinners served from
12 to 7 p. m. or later. You are
always welcome in front of
the big fireplace. Make your
reservations for six or seven
o’clock dinner while on your
way up to the snow line if you
cannot reach us by telephone.
Telephones—Springfield 32F31
or Eugene Thomson Station.
$1.00 per plate
Thomsons’ Resort
Vida, Ore.
MCDONALD: First day: “White
Gold,” a tremendous drama of a
beautiful woman, and three men . . .
one who loved her, one who wanted
her, and one who hated her. The
pieturization of this compelling
stage drama has been acclaimed by
press and public as the outstanding
dramatic production of the year,
with Jetta Goudal, Kenneth Thom
son and George Bancroft featured;
also, the next to the last adventures
of “The Collegians,” those sparkling
comedies of campus capers; on the
stage: Sharkey Moore and tl e mel
ody making Merry-Macks in “Wood
land Echoes,” with “Miss Eugene,”
(lienee Grayce Nelson) soprano
soloist, twice nightly, at 7:28 and
9:42; Oregon Pictorial News, featur
ing Mayor Williamson and the
twelve most beautiful girls in Eu
gene, taken during the recent
“Beauty Contest;” Prank Alexan
der in solo and setting on the super
Coming (Monday): Clara Bow in
Elinor Glyn’s “It,” a captivating
comedy romance of personality plus,
with the vivacious Clara in her most
captivating role, supported by An
tonio Moreno and a star cast; (soon)
“Men of Steel,” with Milton Sills
and Doris Kenyon; John Barrymore
in “Don Juan.”
• • •
BEX: First day: Ken Maynard
in “Somewhere in Sonora,” a thrill
ing romance of the west, with the
screen’s newest favorite hot in
pursuit of adventure in the land of
dark eyed senoritas and blackhand
plotters, with Kathleen Collins co
featured; comedy, “Jane Misses
Out,” a laugh in every foot; Inter
nationl News and Bray cartoon;
John Clifton Emmel at the organ.
Coming (Monday): Monte Blue
and Patsv Buth Miller in “Wolf’s
Clothing;"” Buster Keaton in “The
General; ’’Marie *Prevost in “Get
ting Gertie’s Garter.”
• > •
COLONIAL: Today and Satur
day: Colleen Moore in “Irene,”
with the world’s greatest style show
in natural colors. A festival of
fashion. Pathe news and a comedy.
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If all m stare were
Pretty Babies
Here is a dance number, rich in humor and novel
musical effects. What’s more, it has as captivating
a rhythm as ever teased a dancing slipper. It just
won’t let you keep still! The other side contains a
fox-trot in the Spanish manner . . . castanets and
the mellow voice of a guitar. . . . Come in and hear
all of these new Victor Records—soon/
If All the Stars Were Pretty Babies
Fox Trot With Vocal Refrain
B. F. Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra
A Lane in Spain—Fox Trot With Vocal Chorus
Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra
No. 20491, 10-inch
You Went Away Too Far and Stayed Away Too Long
Fox Trot With Vocal Refrain
Lonely—Fox Trot “J’ai Pas Su y Faire”
Jacques Renard and His Orchestra
No. 20487, 10-inch
Moonbeam! Kiss Her for Me
Since I Found You
Jim Miller-Chaeldc Fahrell
No. 20496, 10-inch
My Lady (from Queen High) With Piano
Sunny Disposish
(from Americana) With Piano
No. 20486, 10-inch
Fbanic Cbuiot
lCtOf Records
“Creole Moon” cast will meet 3
p. m. atWillard hall Friday. Very
Social Swim—Friday night from
7:30 to 9:00 in Woman’s building.
All students and faculty members
Sigma Delta Chi meets today noon
at the Anchorage.
Men out for freshman tennis
please report for practice today at
three o’clock.
President Hall Will
Address B’nai B’rith
President Arnold Bennett Hall
has made comparatively few engage
ments>for the coming weeks, as he
plans to spend as much time as pos
sible in Eugene. Ho will be in Port
land Wednesday and Thursday of
next week, and while there will ad
dress the B’nai B’rith society at
their club house.
The following week President
Hall will speak before the Oregon
branch of the American Institute of
Bankers in Portland. He is sched
uled for several commencement ad
dresses during the latter .part of
next month.
Geology Camp Course
In Wallowa Mountains
Twelve students have already ]
signed up for the geology camp
c'ourse which will be given in the
Wallowa mountains from June 15 to
I July 13, according to reports from
j Dr. Warren D. Smith of the geology
! department.
S;x days a week will be used in
the work, and seven term hours of
credit may be earned. The total ex
penses, exclusive of transportation,
amount to fifty dollars.
For several years this field work
She had broken
the Sacred Code
- now she must pay
the penalty for her
Travel to mysterious Chi
na, witness* a tale of :
strange love and stranger :
vengeance, expect a blend
of thrills and beauty such
as you’ve rarely met on
the screen.
A Metro-Goldwyn
Mayer picture
Other Features Too
—On the Stage—
Three musical Misses in
a melange of Oriental
numbers. Tonight a t
7:35 and 9:35.
Night ...
... 35c
.... 60c
... 10c
Lloyd Hughes, Charlie Murray
Don’t miss the won
derful fashion show
in Natural Colors.
Kiddles, 10c
Adults, 25c
Pattoe News
has been carried on in different
places, once in the Ashland country,
another time near the Three Sisters.
On the latter trip E. T. Hodge and
his students made the discovery of
ancient Mt. Multnomah.
For Mother’s Own Day
—You'll find a wee gift that she’ll adore at the
Aladdin Gift Shop
“Tasteful Gifts for University People”
Sport Coats
Join the Rank of
$19.75 VALUES, YOU
SAVE $5.75 .
—Know a bargain when you see it? Then come and
enjoy a bargain in coats!
—Would you like a straight line model tailored of
gay plaids or fancy mixtures and full satin de chine
lined? Oh, yes, some are effectively fur collared. Try
it on, your reflection in the tall mirror will please
you. Enough said for this assemblage.
There Are Coats Less
k At $16.75
—Another special group of sport coats of delightful
fancy wool mixtures. Some are full lined. Sell reg
ularly to $24.75.
(Second Floor.)
Summer time is vacation time—picnics—camp fires
—canoeing—auto trips—nothing makes the outing
a success so much as good music.
The Portable!
The Life of the
New Portables to play the improved Orthoph^nic
records have arrived and they’re going fast.
There’s One Here for You
Just the snappy style you like—your favorite color.
Come in today — get ready for the trips that are
Laraway’s Music Store
970 Willamette Street
Laraway Building