Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 23, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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    University Hour
Features Songs
Adele Collinson, singing in th(
Dorothy Shay “Park Avenue Hil
billie” style, will highlight the
University Hour radio broadcas'
over station KOAC this afternooi
at 4 p.m. Collinson attracted wide
notice after she sang her interpre
tation of the Manhattan moun
laineer at several recent campu:
social affairs.
One of her selections for today
"You Made Me Love You,” was
featured on her appearance this
summer oyer the Studebaker “Or
the Air” radio show in Portland
Previously she had sung in USC
tours through Oregon naval hos
Listed in her program for to
day is a Dorothy Shay favorite,
“Say That We’re Sweethearts
Again,” and “You Made Me Love
You,” “Ain’t Misbehaving,” and
“The Man I Love.”
Sault Accompanies
Accompanying Miss Collinson
will be pianist Shirley Sault, whose
own solos will include “Penthouse
Serenade,” “Body and Soul," and
"Someone To Watch Over Me.”
The program will be produced by
Harry White, with Bob Litten an
Also on the University Hour
broadcast will be an interview of
Richard and Thursa Revenaugh,
Michigan couple who “biked and
bussed” to Eugene this fall. The
interviewer will be Bob Houglum.
Completing the broadcast will
play “The Man Who Came
Through Windows,” produced by
Ken Lomax. In the cast for the
play will be Gene Deutschman,
Bob Litten, Bob Houglum, John
McDonald, and Helen Sigismund.
A special program of medical re
habilitation has been established
by the Veterans Administration to
assist approximately 30,000 World
War II veterans who suffered hear
ing impairments in service.
Theater 'Siren' Takes New Part
In 'Man Who Came to Dinner'
“I want to play a bad girl part!’
That’s the clamorous cry of most
movie heroines of today who are
itching to coil up on'a chaise lounge
to leer., menacingly., at., anti lure
innocent passing males. But not sc
! with dark, vivacious Marie DiLo
reto, who so far has devoted her
thespian talents in University the
ater productions to interpreting
voluptuous and emotional roles.
Leaving her black mesh stock
ings, gold earrings, and dark make/
up with the costume dcpartmc/.t,
Marie dons the conservative dress
of Maggie Cutler, a restrained but
caustic secretary in “The Man Whc
Came to Dinner,” to be presented
French Club Revived
The French and Coke club, an or
ganization suspended during the
war, has resumed its Wednesday
meetings at the Side at 4 p.m. First
specialty of the club will be bridge
in French.
Anyone who can string twc
French words together is welcome
according to Nita McGuire and
Mosteller Stephens, graduate as
sistants in charge of the group.
You’re the man most
likely to succeed!
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1 by the University theater.
Welcomes Comedy
“It’s a welcome change to play
Maggie Cutler,” said Marie, but
added thooughtfully, “I do think
that comedy is the harder to play
because of the timing and phras
The plot of the comedy centers
on the attempts of her boss, Sheri
dan Whiteside, played by Cliff
James, to break up her romance
with a young journalist, played bv
Lavorn Taylor.
Played a Siren
As a freshman, Marie first ap
peared in a French maid walk-on
part in “Ladies of the Jury,” and
from that progressed during her
sophomore year through the role
of an uninhibited mountain girl in
“Dark of the Moon” to the siren
Zeba in “Green Pastures” last year.
An English major, she would like
to work in radio after graduation.
About the play, Marie comment
ed, “The audience is certain to en
joy it, for every line is a gem in
Tickets are now on sale at the
box office in Johnson hall from 10
a.m. to 12m., and from 1 to 5 p.m.
Completing the cast are: Bob
Over, Don Smith, Diane Barnhart,
Geraldine Hettinger, Jane Cordin
er, Walter Payne, Patricia White,
Ron Phillips, Emelie Jackull, Jean
ette Grant, Sally Nicol, Charies
Boice, Elton Allen, Virginia Woods,
William Alley, James Sorum, and
Dick Monnie.
Onthank to Meet
Personnel Group
Karl Onthank, dean of personnel
administration, left today for Seat
tle to attend a meeting of the
Northwest Personnel Managers as
sociation. This group is made up of
employment and personnel mana
gers throughout the Northwest.
Onthank is active in this group, and
does book reviewes for their publi
cation. .
On his way back he will attend
a tea sponsored by the Portland
chapter of the University of Ore
Initiation Rescheduled
Theta Sigma Phi initiation has
been rescheduled for tonight at
7:30 at the home of Mrs. George
Turnbull. Members and pledges to
be initiated are asked to wear
short silks and heels. There will
be a short business meeting fol
lowing the ceremony, according to
Maryann Thielen, chapter presi
gon Mothers, in honor of new Ore
gon Mothers. He will also attend
the quarterly meeting of the state
executive board of Oregon Mothers
while in Portland.
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