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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1928)
Gomeclv To Be
Given April 4
‘The Patsy’ To Be Played;
Alpha Della Sigma Will
Two prominent, campus orgnnizn
1.ions have combined to insure the
success of tlio coming production of
“The Patsy,” a clever three-act
comedy of JJarrv Conners, v.diich is
to be presented at the JEeilig tinn
ier, Wednesday, April 4. These or
ganization:-' are the Mask and Ibis
kin chapter of National Collegiate
-Players, who are jfrodueing the
drama, and Alpha Delta Sigma, na
tional advertising fraternity, which
is to handle the business end of
This is the first time that Alpha
Delta Sigma has ever taken charge
of any campus production as an ad
vertising project, especially one as
extensive as that involved in tli"
handling of the business for this
“The Patsy” was presented very
successfully in New York during the
theatrical season of 1!I2I-2.1 and has j
been released only recently for |
“The Patsy” is a slang expression
meaning “the goat,” or “the under
dog” and in this ease applies to
the position in the Harrington fam
ily of Patricia, the younger daugh
ter, who is the cause of nearly all
the family quarrels, being forever
scolded by her mother, despised by
her older sister, Grace, and upheld
by her father, a traveling salesman.
The complications Avliich arise from
the family quarrels and the love
affairs of the two girls all combine
to form a swift-moving comedy
The title role of the production is
being played by Helen Harnett; Pa
uiarrington, the traveling salesman
father, Gordon Stearns; Tony An
derson, a young psychologist, who
“understands” women, Cecil Mat
son; Grace Harrington, the older
sister, Grace Gardner; Ma Har
rington, the mother, Coastanee Roth;
Hilly Caldwell, Grace's fiance, bail
Frank D. C.
A Non-stop Laugh Flight of
rencc Shaw; Rally Buchanan, Joy
Ingalls; and Tripp, Glenn Potts.
The play is being directed by Mrs.
’Kenneth R h u m aker (Florence
Couch), who is a former Guild Hall
star and a member of Mask and
P»uskin. The producing staff in
cludes: Edna. Assonheimor, property
manager; Etha*Jeanne Clark, stage
manager, and Diana Deininger, cos
tume mistress. .
Milton George, president of Aloha
Delta ftigma, lias appointed! Bill
Hammond as general chairman of
business and advertising of the
play. Several committees will work
under Hammond’s direction. Those
announced to date are: Bill Bates,
advertising manager, assisted by
Cared Eberhart, who is in charge of
creating display boards which will
appear in the library, and the Col
lege Side Tnn, and down town at
the Heilig theater. Bob Byington
is in charge of the ticket, sales.
This comedy is the first play to
be given by Mask and Buskin since
the presentation of “Kempy” three
years ago, with Walter Malcolm,
former student body president, in
the leading role.
This comedy is the first plav to
be given by Mask and Buskin since ,
the presentation of “Kempv” three i
years ago, with* Walter Malcolm, j
former student body president, in!
the leading rede.
Bliss, Gawcr Champs
Of Handball Doubles
Pour names figure prominently in
University of Oregon handball, .Tack
Bliss, Hermnn (lavvcr, Professor It.
It. Huestis, anil Alton Gabriel. Tlie
first two lint oil won the doubles title
from the other two, after having
FACIAL and SCALP
Next to the Box Theatre
previously been defeated by them.
It v..'i3 a big upset, and the final
count was 21 to id, and 111 to If!.
A different yarn was uncovered
in the singles. Professor Jiuestis
took liliss down the line in this
event. A round robin tournament
was played in the singles between
lluestis, Bliss arm Shaw, with the
result ns told above.
University Day Dances
The University Day dances given
throughout the state March 23 for
the .benefit of the fine arts build
ing were very successful, according
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Here’s some “inside stuff” on smoking
Somewhere. in the neighborhood of your center of gravity there’s
a spot devoted to smoke appreciation. We could describe it more
fully, but this is no organ recital. The point is: Light a Camel, pull
in a fragrant cloud of cool joy—and listen to your smoke-spot sing
out—‘ ila’eclooya!” As the noble redskin puts it—ice have said!
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(o Edith Dodge, general chairman.
Reports have not been turned in by
all of the various chairmen, but the
proceeds from the affairs are ex
pected to increase the building fund
by several hundred dollars.
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Come down and look over
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• From Afar
Beautiful significant . .. . each one selected for its
distinctiveness. Easter remembrances from a shop of
The Oriental Art Shop
1026 Willamette Street Eugene Oregon
On the Balcony
More Than A Store—An Institution
A Fashion Review
(With Living Models)
Auditorium, Wednesday, 3:30 p. m.
For Women Only
And an interesting talk by Miss Genell Bliss—Personal Representative of
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