The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 05, 1938, Page 3, Image 3
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1933 THE DAILY TAR HEEL PAGE THREE r i ! i I f 1 It I' i If If 5 ! J Young Actor Today Must Go ToCollege That's What William Donne Of 'Tobacco Road" Cast Coming Here Advocates The coal chute worker in the touring cast of "Tobacco Road" which will come to Chapel Hill Wednesday, insists that a college education is necessary-for the young actor of today. William Donne, who will be seen on the Memorial Hall stage as Lov Ben sey, has attended Los Angeles Junior college. - The modern stage technique requires a mowledge of modern languages, especially French, contends theactor. He also in cludes familiarity with history, psychology economics, English, and the history of the drama, as requisites for acting. "Of course he also should have sound ath letic training and should exer cise at least two hours daily." Mr. Donne carries out his own principles of success. His own favorite diversion is swimming. A native of Hollywood, Wil liam Dorme has turned down numerous picture offers prefer ring to spend several seasons on the stage before seeking a career in the films. Before he joined "Tobacco Road", he had been seen in the MGM picture "The Great Ziegfeld" and in Pacific coast productions of "Mary of Scotland" with Helen Gahagan, and "The First Legion." He was a member of $he Pasadena Com munity players and last summer played numerous leading roles with the famous Lakewood Play ers at Skowhegan, Maine. F TO University Has Own Tour Company Scene from one of the'three plays included in the repertoire of the thirty-sixth annual tour company of the University Play-makers. Laundry Begins Night .Shift The University laundry's business has increased so much dur ing the last few months that it has been necessary to employ a night shift. x In 1926 the laundry building was completed, and during the last 12 years the service has more than doubled. No additions have been made to the plant; so it has been necessary to utilize two. shifts. Approximately 625 bundles of laundry are Handled each day by the 77 persons on the day shift, the 31 persons on the night shift, and the 20 part-time student employees. The pay roll for a five-day week is around $1,250, and last year the gross revenue was $90,000. w High ACCOMMODATE THE LUNCHEON: FROM 10:00 Caroli he E ON Schoo HIGH SCHOOL VISITORS, STUDENTS, AND NOUNCE THE FOLLOWING MEAL HOURS: A. M. Playmakers Begin Annual Tour Here Thirty-sixth Annual Com pany WiH Visit North Caro lina, Virginia And New York The thirty-sixth annual tour company of The Carolina Play makers which will visit Norjth Carolina, Virginia, and New York this year, will begin their program at Chapel Hill on No vember 11 and 12 at the new high school auditorium on Pitts boro road as a season ticket at traction. The repertoire will include "Three Foolish Virgins," a comedy of North Carolina by Bernice Kelly Harris: "Solda- dera," a tragedy of Mexican revolution by Josephine Niggli; and "Magnolia's Man" by Ger trude Wilson Coffin. The members of the tour com pany who do all the technical work in lighting, properties, scenery moving, etc., as well as acting include: Mary Lewis, Mary Wood, Janet Pendleton, Anne Nowell, Gwen Pharis, Rietta Bailey, Elizabeth Malone, Don Muller, Wieder Sievers, and Fred Koch, Jr. These fifteen Playmakers represent eleven states and Canada. In charge of the company, for the thirty-sixth time, is "Proff" Koch, the founder and director. The rest of the staff includes Harry Davis, associate director, Elmer Hall, technical director, Ora Mae Davis, in charge of costumes and 'the dance, John W. Parker, business manager, and Earl Wynn, assistant director. 0 M Red Cross Begins Roll Call The annual Eed Cross roll call will start on the campus and in Chapel Hill next Tuesday and run through November 15, Dr. George McKie, chairman of the local unit, announced recently. Canvassers will visit homes and offices during the week as well as serve at the voting poles Tuesday. J. T. Gobbeil at the Bank of Chapel Hill will accept memberships, also. The minimum membership fee is $1, fifty cents of which is used for the national Red Cross work and the remainder is used locally. During the past year the local organization has spent 159 for the hospitalization of needy, 77 for life saving equipment, 50 for Red Cross supplies and books, 80 to provide lunches for needy school children, 37 to purchase first (l. ,1 far aid supplies, 30 to aid ex-service loans. Stay Slim the healthy way with Gold Seal Dairy Foods fr & "fr . . DURHAM -flR) CHAPEL HILL Wj HILLSBQR0 FOOTBALL FANS WE DINNER: FROM 5:00 i -- Dai" Cafeteria men in distress, and 30 for AN- P. M.