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I IMI EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION VOLUME 1 BILLINGS, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 16, 1949 NUMBER 8 \CRAIG'S WIFE\OPENS TONIGHT Curtain Time 8:00 NEW STUDENT LOUNGE REPORT OF PROGRESS Actual Work Begins Contracts have been let for the cabinet work and painting of the new lounge room, formerly Room 103. The electrical wiring is com- pleted and all the old fixtures have been removed. Students may now watch the week to week progress until the lounge is an actuality. Mr. Earl Lucas of the Art De- partment together with the stud- ents enrolled in the department have made all the original sketch- es and are now engaged in design- ing the furniture and drapes. Venetian blinds to match the col- or scheme will be built to order. The west wall will feature the new \square\ designs in various designs. The former closet will be removed and made into a mirror- lined wall cabinet for decorative purposes. The lower section will contain a record-radio combina- tion set. Built-in writing desks and book shelves in the latest modernistic designs will be lo- cated in the northeast corner. Prevailing colors will be green in subdued shades worked into a scheme with rust and pale yellow. St:id ent committee members will soon purchase carpeting and furniture which will be selected from the Billings merchants. A student governing committee has been appointed by Mrs. Brown, Director of Activities, to oversee and approve final plans. Planning and purchasing com- mittee: Mr. Earl Lucas, Chairman; Marinell Randolph, Anita Smith, student chairman; Bill Renner, Marceau Blank. Governing board: Mrs. Brown, Chairman; Dr. A. G. Peterson, Mr. Earl Lucas, Bob Sando, Bea- trice Vogel, June Bjorgum, Paul Stark, Don Vladic, Jim Nicholson, student chairman; Pat Harring- ton, Jackie Harrison, Al Staley, Jerine Grimstad. LOCAL GROUP PETITIONS NATIONNAL INTERCOLLEG- IATE KNIGHTS FOR CHARTER A group of sixteen sophomore EASTERN men has petitioned the national headquarters of The In- tercollegiate Knights for a charter into this organization. This group of sophomores met with a com- mon interest in EASTERN and a mutual feeling of the need for a service organization on the camp- us. Monroe DeJarnette, I.K. Expan- sion Vicroy, met with the inter- ested men October 29, 1949, to aid in the groundwork involved in this petition. The meeting was extremely satisfactory and Mr. DeJarnette returned to Missoula convinced that the EASTERN group would be accepted into the organization. Officers of the local chapter in- clude: Otis Packwood, Duke; Jer- ry Tait, Worthy Scribe; Bill Ache- son, Chancelor of the Exchequor, and John Kaltenbach, Worthy Recorder. Service, Sacrifice and Loyalty is the motto under which the In- tercollegiate Knights operate. The promotion and building up of tra- ditions at EASTERN is one of the major projects of the new fratern- ity. Cast of \Craig's Wife\ Star roles in production—Marilyn Alguire, Duane Pinkerman and Mary Nan Barr. Charter Members of I.K.'s Back row: Walt Hall, Al Staley, Gene Huntley, Earl Halverson, Edwin Robinson. Front row: Danny Danielson, John Kaltenbach, Bill Acheson, Otis Packwood, Lynn Christian, Woody Erickson. Members not pictured: Bob Deming, Jim Nicholson, Lee Barfield and Jerry Tait. Under the Stands at Halftime The story of a selfish woman who finds herself alone in the house she worships will be en- acted on Eastern's stage Wednes- days and Thursday, when the Katoya Players present \Craig's Wife\ by George Kelly. This three-act drama is the first major production for the year and is a part of the EMCOE SERIES. The opening curtain will be at eight o'clock each night. The play is directed by Mr. Ray Harshfield. All seats are reserved and stud- ents must present their EMCOE SERIES tickets at the reserve board to receive tickets for the play. There will be an opportun- ity, too, for students to present their Activity Ticket and receive the EMCOE SERIES ticket at the door before the play begins. Ad- mission price for non-Eastern students is one dollar for adults and fifty cents for students. Leading roles in the drama are carried by Marilyn Alguire as Mrs. Craig and Duane Pinkerman as Mr. Craig. They are ably as- sisted by Mary Louise Wood as Mrs. Harold, Mary Nan Bar as Miss Austin, Donna Bly playing the part of Mazie, Nancy Ben- netts in the role of Ethel Land- reth, JoAnn Cusick as Mrs. Fraz- ier, Otis Packwood in the role of Billy Birkmire, John Mason play- ing Joseph Catelle, Neil Keefer as Harry, Ed White in the role of Eugene Fredericks, Tom Kilpat- rick as the expressman, and John Miller as the neighborhood boy. Joining with The Katoya Play- ers to make the evening a decided success are the other Fine Arts departments. A brass setxtet will play before the opening curtain and between the acts. Members of the musical group are Bill Teitz, Darrell Lintchacum, Mr. Robert Davidson, Fred Brocker, Bill Acheson and Donald Fry. Mr. Davidson has composed mu- sic for the mood of the play. The Arts Club will have on display in the upper foyer some works of art done by students under the direction of Mr. Earl Lucas, Jr., and Miss Isabelle Johnson. INTERCOLLEGIATE DANCE This quarter we are trying something new that we hope will develop into a quarterly affair. Saturday, November 19, at 8:00 p. m., will mark the beginning of the first Intercollegiate dance be- tween Rocky Mountain College and EASTERN to be held here at EASTERN'S gym. Music will be provided by Gene Brown's five-piece combo. En- tertainment will be jointly pro- vided by committees from both colleges. The committee representing EASTERN are: General Chair- man, Adrian Langstaff; Decora- tions, Dorothy Cohn; Entertain- ment, aPt Carty; Refreshments, Pete Bakken. It should really be a gala affair, so remember: \The fun starts at eight Come stag or bring a date We promise there'll be fun Please come everyone!\ Dorothe Cohn Thirty-one students have made up three working staffs which make the presentation of the play possible. The production staff has been in charge of building, paint- ing and lighting a \construe- tivistic\ set which shows both the front porch and the living room of the house. This staff has taken care of costuming and make-up, providing sound effects and other- wise assisting the director. A business staff has advertised the play, sold tickets and pro- vided a reserved seat board while the house staff will arrange chairs in the auditorium and sell con-. cessions. Students on the production staff are Dick Knoche, director's assist- ant; Rose Barney and Agnes Mosdal, costumes; Calvin Tille- son, Neil Keefer and Bob Argo, electricians; Beverley Dirkes, hand properties; Rose Barney, Marceau Blank, Beverley Dirkes, Donna Dorfler, Peggy McCulloch, Dolores Tossett and Barbara Wheeler, make-up; May Richard, Lee Biese, Dolores Tossett, James Cusick and James Filbrandt, painters; Tom Kilpatrick, sound effects; Peggy McCulloch, Curtis Andrew, Bob Argo, Fred Brocke.r, James Cusick, Patricia Carty, James Filbrandt, Neil Keefer, Dick Knoche, Agnes Mosdal, El- dora Walter and Barbara Wheel- er, stage crew. Advertising and publicity has been taken care of by Beatrice Vogel, Marceau Blank, Christine Glantz and Dorothy Ward. Donna Dorfler, Mary Ann Coon and Donna Gloege were in charge of ticket reservations, and ticket sales- were handled by Jackie Harrison, Donna Gloege and Tom Morledge. Several business firms of Bil- lings are assisting in the produc- tion by providing furniture, suits, dresses, accessories, luggage and hair styling. SPEECH DIRECTOR ATTENDS MEETING Ray Harshfield, Speech Arts Department attended a meeting of the six Montana University Units in Butte on Friday and Sat- urday of last week. The meeting was for the pur- pose of discussing the teaching of Speech Arts in all units of the University system. ATTENTION Students of Eastern are per- mitted ONE quest only at par- ties and dances held at the col- lege. This means that a boy may bring a date or a girl may bring a date from another school or from the city. Student activity tickets purchased at the beginning of the quarter are ad- mission tickets for any student and ONE guest. However, at the No-Date Mixers a girl may bring ONE guest, another girl; or a boy may be allowed the privilege of bringing a friend as an extra. Please pay atten- tion to these regulations.