THE TAR HEEL
Thursday, May 2, 1929
MAKE GOOD IN
"Program Suggestions," by Mary Vir
ginia Home, Wilson.
11:30 a.m- Minimum Lighting
Equipment for a Small Stage (with
Demonstration), Samuel Selden, Uni
versity of N. C. ;
12:30 a.m. Twelve Thousand Miles
- . of Little Theatres, Kenneth Mac-
University Has Strongest Claim gowan, New York City.
for Title of "Jazz" Uni- 3 :0Q p. m. Final Contest in Original
versitv Plays for the City High Schools "In
(the Crucible," , by Graham Dunlop,
Asheville Senior High School; "Her
universities in the United States, but Rose Colored Coffin, by Charles Mills,
the University of North Carolina has Central High School, Charlotte.
the strongest claim for the title. 7:30 p.m. Final Contest in Play Pro-
Two collegiate orchestra leaders duction for the County High Schools,
from that institution have laid aside "Sir David Wears a Crown," by Stu
their algebra in the short space of art Walker,, Swannanoa High School;
two years and stepped to nation-wide "Sparkin'," by E. P. Conkle, Severn
fame as broadcasting and Brunswick High School.
recording artists. Hal Kemp started 9;00 p.m. Final Contest in Play
the movement and "Slats" Randall Production for City High Schools,
followed. "Sounding Brass," by E. H. Bierstadt,
The two leaders watched the same Central High School, Charlotte; "The
baton at North Carolina. Kemp was Birthday of the Infanta," by Stuart
an undergraduate and Randall a post- Walker, Charles L. Coon High School,
graduate in studies, but both were Wilson.
masters of jazz in the Carolina Club . SATURDAY MAY 4
Orchestra. When Kemp graduated, io:00 a.m. Costume Review, Con
Randall stopped his studies and joined ducted by Elba Henninger, Greens
him on a tour to England where they boro
played six months at the Piccadilly 10':00 a.m. The Dramatic Art Sec
Hotel in London sweeping England of the North Carolina Education
with their collegiate rhythm. Association, Mrs. Louise S.. Perry,
Kemp played right ahead when he President, Swannanoa.
came back to America, took up the 10:45 a.m. Address, Hatcher
leadership of his own orchestra, and Hughes, New York,
eventually established himsel as a u:so a.m.' Business Meeting of the
fixture at the Hotel Manger in New Carolina Dramatic Association.
York. Randall returned to school. 3 m p PrSntation of an 0rigi-
Randall spread his North Carolina nal Plav The Ghost of Lombrev." bv
melodies through the south before wmiam Royaii, Wayne Community
signing a long, contract with the Hotel piayers, Goldsboro ; Guest Perf or-
Kaddison in Minneapolis, where he mance 0f a New Carolina Folk Play.
3. No girls will be allowed to leave
the hall during an evening dance un
less accompanied by a chaperon.
IX. All dances given under the
auspices of the German Club shall
close not later than one a.m.; pro
vided, that the last dance in any
given set of dances given by the
German Club shall close not later
than two a.m. When any dance is
given on Saturday night, it shall
close not later than twelve o'clock
In addition to these by-laws of the
German Club, the University requires
girls to be in their respective lodg
ing places within half an hour after
the close of each night dance. There
are to be no dates after that time;
the boys are to leave the girls, and
the "girls are to be under the super
vision of their respective chaperones.
NOTE: For any organization or
now plays. He recently signed a con
tract for exclusive Brunswick record
ing and chose a popular southern col
lege tune for his first number, "Bessie
Couldn't Help It." "
Bailey Talks To
Beta Theta Pis
At Banquet Here
"Black Water," by Lorettb Carroll
Bailey, The Carolina Playmakers.
4:30 p.m. The Make-up Contest,
Conducted by Hubert Heffner, Chapel
7:30 p.m. Presentation of Winning
College Plays, "Where the Cross is
Made," by Eugene O'Neill, College of
the City of Asheville; "Mansions,"
by Hildegarde Flanner, Greensboro
The alumni of the Beta Theta Pi College.
Fraternity were honored at a ban- 9:00 p.m. Presentation of Awards,
quet given by the local chapter last Harry . Woodburn Chase, President,
Saturday evening at the Carolina Inn. University of North Carolina.
xne leature oi tne oanquet was a 9.30 p.m. The Masquerade ' Party
talk by the General becretary o the and Reception, Graduate Club Rooms,
National Fraternity, Harold J. UaiLey Smith Building. '
of New York City. Other talks were
made by the Alumni among whom
were J. C. Shore of Charlotte who is
.the President of the Alumni Asso
ciation of the University of North
Carolina. Watt Richardson from
Reidsville also spoke, and Will Dal-
RULES GOVERNING DANCES
ISSUED BY GERMAN CLUB
(Continued from first page)
at - the discretion of the Executive
Committee, in conference with the
ton also from Reidsville and a trustee Faculty Committee on Dances.
of the University, gave many interest
ing facts about the fraternity.
Mr. Bob Frazier, prominent law
yer of Greensboro and chief of this
VII. The Executive Committee shall
be employed to suspend from all
dances given under the auspices of
the German Club, for a period at the
district of Beta Theta Pi, introduced discretion of the' Committee, any stu-
the speaker of the evening, H. J. dent, visitor, or alumnus for any mis
Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are vis- conduct whatever in any period dur
iting in North Carolina for a short ing which the dance or dances are
while and from here they will proba- being held, regardless of whether the
bly visit the Phi chapter of Beta misconduct is before, during, or af
Theta Pi at Davidson., : ter the dance.
This banauet came as a conclusion VIII. The following rules shall
to the initiation of the pledges in govern conduct on the dance floor:
v which many of the Alumni participated.
High School Ball
Teams Are in Hot
Sixty-two schools entered the 19th
annual high school baseball contest
conducted by the University Exten
sion Division. Eliminations . are now
being played off so that by the end
.of the week eight schools will remain
in the east and eight in the west.
Interest is lively this year, several
good teams having entered. The win
ners of the sectional championships
will come to the Hill to play the final
game for the state title some time
about the middle of May.
1. No smoking on the dance floor.
2. No one showing signs of drink
ing will be permitted to remain on
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HERE TONIGHT; MANY HIGH
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THURSDAY, MAY 2
4:00 p. m. Registration The Play
8:00 p. m. Presentation of an Origi
nal Play "Red Hills or Cotton Mills,"
by Barbara Setzer, Lenoir-Rhyne
8:45 p. m. Final contest in play pro
duction for the Community Clubs
"The Monkey's Paw," by,W. W. Ja
cobs, The Reid Players, Reidsville;
"lie," by Eugene O'Neill, Wayne Com
munity Players, Goldsboro.
FRIDAY, MAY 3
10:00 a.m. Our Carolina State, Fre
derick H. Koch, University of N. C.
10:15 a.m. Director's Round Table:
"Cooperation of City and School De
veloped by Dramatic Work," by Grace
Everest, Fayetteville; "Getting the
Play Before the Public," by J. H.
Johnson, Greensboro; "College Dra
'matics," by Elba Henninger, Greens
boro; "The Relation of City Clubs and
the High School Dramatic Associa
tion," by W. R. Wunsch, Asheville;
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individuals other than the 1 German
Club, wishing to give a dance, the
method of procedure is as follows:
A committee of three -makes applica
tion to Chairman of the Faculty
Committee on - Dancing, several days
beforehand, stating time, place, char
acter of dance; giving names of
Committee in charge, names of chap
erones, two members of Executive
Committee of German Club they wish
to invite and the name of the door
keeper. On the Tuesday after the
dance at 7:30 in 109 Murphy, the
above Committee meets with the
Executive Committee of the German
Club and makes a full report of the
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