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Hake--Herbert Victor (Broadcast Services Director)

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151 Singers set for summer show series
College Eye 44:33, p.1
5/29/1953 Herb Hake announces the summer Lecture-Concert series.
152 Lie booked for lecture
College Eye 44:31, p.1
5/15/1953 A look at the upcoming lecture by Trygve Lie.
153 Students question guest speakers
College Eye 44:25, p.4
3/27/1953 Produce radio program.
154 Vienna boys to present new twist in concert
College Eye 44:16, p.1
1/23/1953 Will present different programs on each of their two-night performances; photo.
155 Departments give varied TV shows
College Eye 44:7, p.1
10/24/1952 Survey of WOI television shows to which ISTC faculty contribute.
156 Concert chairman blasts student's letter
Hake--Herbert Victor (Broadcast Services Director)
College Eye 44:4, p.2
10/3/1952 Mr. Hake defends Lecture-Concert Series against 'second-rate' claims; talks about recent changes in focus for the committee..
157 Untitled
College Eye 44:4, p.1
10/3/1952 Herbert Hake draws on stage while wearing a hula skirt.
158 Concert chairman baffled by sale
College Eye 44:3, p.1
9/26/1952 Herb Hake believes that series could be in jeopardy due to slow ticket sales.
159 Assistants
Old Gold 0:0, p.19
6/1/1952 Photos of the assistants are featured on this page; photos.
160 Herbert V. Hake
Public Relations News Release 1951:706, p.1
4/23/1952 Biographical information on Herbert V. Hake, radio program director at ISTC.
161 Ogden Nash, renowned writer of light verse, will highlight a three-program lecture-concert series this summer
Public Relations News Release 1951:559, p.1
4/3/1952 Herbert V. Hake, chairman of the college lecture-concert series committee, said other programs in the summer series will bring the Knowles Duo and the Coffer-Miller marionettes to Cedar Falls.
162 Three 15-minute programs originating in the college radio studios will be re-broadcast over the new Des Moines public school FM radio station, KDPS
Public Relations News Release 1952:463, p.1
3/28/1952 Hake, radio program director said the programs are "Behind the Headlines," "Stories of Iowa," and "Everyday Science."
163 Boris Goldovsky, concert pianist, will present a program of "Piano Portraits" on Thursday, March 20
Public Relations News Release 1952:513, p.1
3/17/1952 The appearance of Goldovsky, master of ceremonies for the Metropolitan Opera News of the Air broadcast, will mark the fifth and final program of the college 1951-52 lecture-concert series.
164 Special to: Des Moines Register and Tribune
Public Relations News Release 1952:394, p.1
2/28/1952 An added attraction at the modern jazz concert was the presentation of a trophy to Ray Starr, Waterloo radio station disc jockey, who served as master of ceremonies at the concert. Starr ranked eighth in the top 15 disc jockeys in the nation in 1951.
165 Mia Slavenska, internationally-known ballerina, and her dance company, "The Slavenska Ballet Variante," will be presented March 3
Public Relations News Release 1952:397, p.1
2/26/1952 Slavenska was born in Slavonski-Brod, Yugoslavia. She received ballet training at the Royal Academy of Music in Zagreb, in Vienna, and in Paris. She returned to Zagreb at the age of 16 where she gave her first gala performance at the Opera House.
166 Dali's condolences sent to Queen
College Eye 43:18, p.3
2/15/1952 On death of her father, George VI; text of telegram.
167 "TC" on TV," weekly television program, will be shown at a new time on WOI-TV, Ames, starting Tuesday, February 19
Public Relations News Release 1952:445, p.1
2/11/1952 Every fourth program in the series will be a "live" show from Ames, the other three programs being films produced under the direction of Herbert V. Hake, radio program director.
168 A message of condolence to Great Britain's new Queen Elizabeth, on the death of her father King George VI
Public Relations News Release 1952:447, p.1
2/8/1952 The message was dispatched by the world-famous Spanish artist, Salvador Dali, who had given a lecture-demonstration Wednesday night. Hake, said Dali had told him he (Dali) had given Elizabeth one of his watercolor paintings at the time of her marriage.
169 Former staff member presents hymn program
Alumnus 36:1, p.19
2/1/1952 Tenor James DeJong was featured in the hymn program.
170 Salvador Dali will give a lecture-demonstration Feb. 6
Public Relations News Release 1952:383, p.1
1/30/1952 Salvador Dali's lecture subject, "Revolution and Tradition in Modern Painting," will be illustrated at a blackboard. Dali, 47, a Spaniard by birth, showed his talent for painting at the age of four.
171 Salvador Dali, world famous surrealist painter will give a lecture-demonstration on Feb. 6
Public Relations News Release 1952:384, p.1
1/30/1952 Dali's appearance will be the third of five programs in the college 1951-1952 lecture-concert series. Cedar Falls is one of 10 cities across the nation to be visited by Dali and his wife Gala on his current lecture tour.
172 Tenor James DeJonge to be featured in broadcast December 19
Public Relations News Release 1951:279, p.1
12/17/1951 DeJonge, former music department faculty member, radio program will follow the format of DeJonge's "Historic Hymns" programs broadcast from the college studios. DeJonge, now on the staff of Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, directs a choir weekly.
173 53 children to attend party
College Eye 43:12, p.1
12/14/1951 Lawther Hall will sponsor party.
174 Charles Coburn will present a program compiled from 61 years' experience in the theater
Public Relations News Release 1951:190, p.1
11/21/1951 Coburn, often called the dean of the American stage and screen, was born June 19, 1877. Ivah Wills later became his wife. There are three remaining events in the lecture-concert series.
175 TC girls will pursue in Sadie's style
College Eye 43:9, p.1
11/16/1951 A look at the upcoming Sadie Hawkins Dance; photo.
176 Art Brayton, secretary of the Des Moines chamber of commerce convention bureau, will be the featured speaker tonight
Public Relations News Release 1951:102, p.1
10/30/1951 Art Brayton will speak on "Telling--and Selling--the World Effectively," at the second annual retail sales training clinic. The clinic has attracted approximately 90 store managers and sales personnel..
177 Brayton to speak at sales clinic
College Eye 43:6, p.8
10/26/1951 At second Retail Sales Clinic.
178 The third weekly meeting of the second annual retail sales training clinic will be held Wednesday, October 24, at 8 o'clock in Gilchrist Hall chapel
Public Relations News Release 1951:90, p.1
10/23/1951 Leonard Keefe of the business education department will be the featured speaker. He will discuss "An Autopsy of a Lost Sale." Next week's speaker will be Art Brayton. Herbert V. Hake will present a chalk-talk during the dinner meeting.
179 Two weekly half-hour radio programs will be broadcast over radio station KSIB, Creston
Public Relations News Release 1951:88, p.1
10/22/1951 Herbert V. Hake, radio program director at the college, said the programs selected for re-broadcast are "Ask the Scientist" and "Concert Classics." The Creston station has set aside a half hour, 3:30-4 p.m., Monday through Friday, for the broadcasts.
180 The second annual retail sales training clinic sponsored by the business education department will be held October 10, 17, 24, and 31
Public Relations News Release 1951:65, p.1
10/4/1951 L. V. Douglas, head of the business education department, said the clinic will be held in cooperation with the Cedar Falls and Waterloo chambers of commerce. Topics to be discussed include the methods of developing good public relations for the store.
181 President J. W. Maucker announced that an anonymous donor has give $500 in support of its lecture-cconcert series
Public Relations News Release 1951:61, p.1
10/1/1951 Maucker and Herbert V. Hake, lecture-concert series committee chairman, expressed appreciation for the donor's action in supporting the series which brings world-famous artists to the campus and community.
182 Student-faculty talent show to provide surprise tonight
College Eye 43:2, p.1
9/28/1951 Preview of the show.
183 Concert series of five to open October 1
College Eye 43:1, p.1
9/21/1951 A look at the upcoming 1951-1952 series season.
184 Artist Salvador Dali, movie actor Charles Coburn, Mia Slavenska's Ballet Variante, pianist Boris Goldovsky, and Harry James and his orchestra
Public Relations News Release 1951:29, p.
9/20/1951 These artists will appear during the 1951-52 lecture-concert series, Herbert V. Hake announced today. All performances will be in the college auditorium.
185 Ames radio station records student group
College Eye 42:38, p.4
7/20/1951 Interviews students at Missouri Valley Branch Summer School.
186 Interviews recorded at the branch summer school at Missouri Valley will be broadcast Thursday, July 19 over WOI, Ames
Public Relations News Release 1950:420, p.1
7/16/1951 Radio Program Director Herbert V. Hake said the 15-minute program will be part of the college's regular "Inside the College" radio series. Interviews with three students and Branch School Director William Dreier will highlight the program.
187 A three-hour long discussion and a demonstration of special arithmetic teaching methods highlighted this morning's session
Public Relations News Release 1950:416, p.1
7/10/1951 The School Public Relations workshop ends Wednesday afternoon. It was the third of five for the workshop's 117 enrollees, split into four groups for the discussion of public school problems.
188 A four-day workshop on school-public relations will get under way, Sunday, at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:414, p.1
7/6/1951 President J. W. Maucker will welcome enrollees at Monday morning's opening general session. Keynote speaker O. H. Roberts, Jr., will deliver his first address entitled "The Public and the Public Schools."
189 Television
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 In the communications field, the college made its debut in the mushrooming media of television. Since October, a 15-minute program, "TC on TV", has been telecast over WOI-TV. Herbert V. Hake dis the program director.
190 Missouri Valley-Several faculty members from the Cedar Falls campus of Iowa State Teachers college will present assembly programs during the summer
Public Relations News Release 1950:398, p.1
6/19/1951 Director William Dreier announced these assembly appearances from June 22 to August 13: E. L. Ritter, H. A. Riebe, J. W. Maucker, Herbert V Hake, E. W. Hamilton, J. Duke Elkow, Jane Mauck, Jvone Maxwell, Maurice Gerow, John Powell, and Hazel B. Strayer.
191 Branch school has 77 enrolled
College Eye 42:33, p.4
6/15/1951 Several faculty will visit.
192 Herbert V. Hake, radio program director, will head the college's lecture-concert committee during the coming year
Public Relations News Release 1950:391, p.1
6/7/1951 Hake's appointment was announced by J. W. Maucker. The retiring committee chairman, L. L. Sage, asked to be relieved of committee responsibilities because of his professional duties. Three students will also serve on the committee.
193 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1951 Brief description of the extension service and radio studio; photo.
194 Assistants
Old Gold 0:0, p.36
6/1/1951 List of assistants; photo.
195 This spring's last meeting of the Faculty Men's club of the college will be a picnic at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 16, at the college golf course
Public Relations News Release 1950:362, p.1
5/14/1951 Officers for 1951-52 have been announced by President Herbert Hake. They are Willis Wagner, Waldermar Gjerde, Herb Silvey, Ray Schlicher, Howard VanderBeek and Leonard Winier.
196 Why, in spelling, does "u" always follow "q"? Can you "clozure" eyes?
Public Relations News Release 1950:357, p.1
5/11/1951 Why do "peeped--looked--asked" have a "t" ending when "moved--played--rained" have a "d" ending? These and countless other common sense questions that seldom occur to most of us come to the "Mend Your Speech" man from grade school pupils.
197 Meet to feature Parker, Roberts
College Eye 42:28, p.3
4/27/1951 Highlights of industrial arts education conference.
198 Jessie M. Parker, state superintendent of public instruction, will be chairman of the discussion panel April 28
Public Relations News Release 1950:323, p.
4/20/1951 Hew Roberts, originator of the now-famous Marengo (Iowa) experiment of adult atomic education, will be the main speaker at the Industrial Arts Education conference. Workshop sessions in nine industrial arts areas will be supervised in the afternoon.
199 Hake designs set for church group
College Eye 42:23, p.3
3/15/1951 For national religious meeting.
200 Cincinnati drama set has Iowan's touch
Public Relations News Release 1950:253, p.1
3/6/1951 Herbert V. Hake, radio program director, was asked to create a set suggesting a city street and church ready to administer to every area of city life for the religious drama of the Presbyterian church's general assembly in Cincinnati next May.


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