Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 10, 1950, SPECIAL EDITION, Image 1

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Drama, Radio, Religious
Dedication Program
Drama Conference Sets Mark
Annual 'Heart Hop7 Dance
Slated Tonight AfterGame
Win or lose, the Oregon-Oregon
State game tonight will soon be
forgotten in favor of the 14th An
nual Heart Hop, scheduled to
start immediately after the game.
Tubbing of the King of Hearts
has been set for 11 p.m. on the
Kappa Alpha Theta lawn, accord
ing to Joan Skordahl, head of the
coronation committee. The Order
of ‘O’ men will conduct the tub
bing. Theta Chi has donated a tub
for the ceremony.
Plans for the coronation have
been changed. The king will be
ushered onto the floor at McArthur
court at 7:45 tonight by the 8
year-old Sanne twins, Darryl and
Donald. Barbara Metcalf, chair
man of the sophomore commission,
will crown the winner. While he is
seated on the throne, the band will
play the Heart Hop theme, “With
A Song In My Heart.”
All ticket holder may vote for
their candidate at the Co-op until
4 o’clock this afternoon. Tickets
are on sale in all women's living
organizations until noon and at
the Co-op.
Women are asked to turn in un
(Please turn in paae eiqht)
More Than 300 Delegates Register Thursday;
Gathering Scheduled to Run Throuah Saturday
Over 300 delegates, with more
expected today, registered Thurs
day as the third annual North
west Drama Conference opened in
Villard Hall. The conference, spon
sored by the University speech de
partment, continues through Sat
Horace W. Robinson, director of
University Theater, stated that the
conference is “without doubt” the
largest regional meeting of the
American Educational Theater As
sociation, and the attendance has
exceeded, in many cases, the num
ber at several national AETA con
Thursday's program included the
opening session and the production
of “Thunder Rock” by the Univer
sity Theater and “Yes, My Darling
Daughter” by the Portland Civic
Theater. Discussion groups will be
held today. Topics will include var
ious phases of the theater.
After a breakfast meeting of
session chairmen, the editorial
committee, and the resolutions
committee at 9 a.m., the confer
ence will divide to discuss the
theater at its four levels.
The high school discussion group,
led by John Lehman, on leave from
the Portland City school system,
and a graduate student at the Uni
versity, will meet in 201. Villard.
The University and College
groups will meet in the University
Theater auditorium, with Cecil
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Broadcasters' Meeting Opens Today
Approximately 60 Oregon broad
casters assembled today for the'
first Broadcasters’ Conference will
get a chance to inspect the Uni
versity radio program through a
special series of shows.
At 3 p.m. today, Mitch Mitchell
of the Broadcast Advertising
Bureau will begin the broadcasters
-University schedule of events
with a talk to students in Studio A
of Villard Hall. He will discuss the
future of advertising in radio.
At 10 a.m. on Saturday those
interested in radio as a possible
career will be afforded an oppor
tunity to participate in a seminar
type discussion with men in all
phases of broadcasting. Under the
supervision of William McCready
of KUGN, officials of various Ore
gon stations will answer questions
of students concerning careers in
The program of speakers as
tentatively arranged will include:
Ted Cook, program director of
KOIN, Portland; Mel Bailey, pro
gram director of HEX, Portland;
Bob Holmes, manager of KAST,
Astoria; and Bud Chandler, mana
I ger of KFLW, Klamatla Falls.
McCready said that a speaker
representing an independent sta
tion would probably.be included.
The listed speakers all are from
stations affiliated with major net
works. They have been chosen
mainly because all of them are
concerned with hiring and person
Three broadcasts are listed for
Saturday. The first will come at
1:30 p.m. when Lee Jacobs, presi
dent of the Oregon Broadcasters’
Association; Harry K. Ne^vburn,
University president; Art Johnson,
ASUO president; and R. E. Klein
sorge of the State Board of Higher
Education speak at the dedication
ceremonies in the lobby of Carson
A broadcast from the School of
Music will go out at 2:30 p.m. and
a student presentation of “Mac
beth” will be heard from Villard
Hall at 3 p.m.
Members of Kappa Rho Omi
cron, University radio honorary,
will serve as guides for the dele
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duction of “Winterset” Saturday
will be George Eriksen (top) and
Barbara Fasqiian (bottom).
Religious Week Program Starts Sunday
Religious Evaluation Week built
around the general theme, “First
Hand Religion,’’ will go into full
swing on the Oregon campus Sun
A fellowship dinner, scheduled
for 5:30 p.m. Sunday at John
Straub, will officially open the
week’s events.
University President Harry K.
Newburn will introduce the main
speaker for the week, Dr. Charles
W. Gilkey, and Mrs. Gilkey, a
noted worker in the YWCA and
the National Council of Christian
Church Women.
Fifty tickets at 55 cents will be
available for students at the door.
ASUO President Art Johnson
will speak at the dinner. Singing
and special music will be featured.
Dr. Gilkey’s first major address
is scheduled for the union city
campus worship service at 7:30
p.m. Sunday in the Music Auditor
ium. Topic is “How Long Will Cut
Flowers Last?”
Eugene High School’s acapella
choir, under the direction of Rus
sell Harrison, will sing at the ser
vice. The congregation will join
in the singing of two hymns.
Dr. Wesley Goodson Nicholson,
pastor of the Congregational
Church, will introduce the speaker
and pronounce the benediction.
The Rev. Mr. Thom Hunter, dir
ector of Westminster House, will
give the call to worship and prayer.
Dr. Beryl Ferris, minister of the
First Methodist Church, will read
the Scripture.
Chairman for the union meeting
is Frank Cothrell, assisted by Mary
Cochrane and Natalie Beckett.
Dr. Gilkey will continue his
series of addresses at 4 p.m. Mon
day through Thursday. Monday’s
lecture will be given in the new
University Theater; Tuesday
through Thursday, in Room 3,
Topics will include Monday,
“The Impotence of Second-Hand
Religion”; Tuesday, "Contempor
ary Religious Illiteracy”; Wednes
day, “New Crain out of Old”; and
Thursday, "The Roots of First
Hand Religion.”
Among other daily events of the
week will be morning worship,
7:30 to 7:50 each morning in Ger
linger’s Alumni Hall. An excep
tion will be Wednesday, when the
service will be held in the men’s
lounge, Gerlinger.
Monday noon the faculty will
entertain Dr. Gilkey at the Fac
ulty Club. Tuesday evening local
ministers and youth leaders will
conduct fireside discussions in
campus living organizations.
MAIN SPEAKER. in tiie coming
Religious Evaluation Week ac
tivities will be Dr. Charles W.
Dedication of Buildinas Sei
Carson Hall, the University Theater with re
modeled Villard Hall, and the new School of Music
unit will become an official part of the Oregon
campus at 1:30 Saturday when they are dedicated
in the lobby of Carson.
Students, faculty, and townspeople are invited
to the dedication and open house of the building
from 2 to 5 p.m.
Participating in the dedication will be Gov.
Douglas McKay; Dr. R. E. Kleinsorge, chairman of
the State Board of Higher Education building com
mittee; President Harry K. Newburn; Lee Jacobs,
president of the Oregon Broadcasters Association,
and students.
The U. O. band under the direction of John
Stehn will play. A two-hour broadcast of the
dedication and other events will be heard over
KOAC from 2 to 4 p.m.
The tours, conducted by service honoraries,
will show the public first-hand the completed part
of Oregon’s $6,000,000 expansion program.
Coeds will be on hand at Carson Hall to point
out the facilities of the new women's dorm. At
Villard and the University Theater, visitors may
see the theaters, and departments of public speak
ing and radio. Open in the Music School will be
teaching studios in the new building, practice
rooms in the old building, and the recently re-dec
orated auditorium.
From 2 to 3 p.m. a special program of the
School of Music faculty will be presented in the
Music School Auditorium. The radio production of
‘Macbeth’’ by U. O. students will be broadcast
from 3 to 4 p.m.
At 4 a tea will be held by the home economics
department in Chapman Hall, celebrating its 10th
anniversary in its present location.
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CARSON HAUL will be one of three University buildings dedicated Saturday.