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Hake--Herbert Victor (Broadcast Services Director)

Displaying 401 - 450 of 485
Title Date Summary
401 Plays introduce new scenery; screen setting adopted
College Eye 32:42, p.1
8/8/1941 Mr. Hake talks about the new scenery for the summer one-act plays.
402 One-act plays to be given
College Eye 32:41, p.4
8/1/1941 Schedule of performances.
403 Studio productions replace summer play
College Eye 32:37, p.1
6/27/1941 Will present scenes from classic plays.
404 Special assemblies are scheduled
College Eye 32:35, p.1
6/13/1941 Schedule of lectures and performances for the summer.
405 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.58
6/1/1941 List of faculty; photo.
406 Father Malachy's Miracle
Old Gold 0:0, p.191
6/1/1941 Brief description of the play; photo.
407 My Heart's in the Highlands
Old Gold 0:0, p.189
6/1/1941 Brief description of the play; photo.
408 Current student productions meet with mumps casualty
College Eye 32:33, p.1
5/23/1941 Plays by Arlene Dunlap, Mona Van Duyn, and Mary Ella Jones staged.
409 Senior week plans are underway
College Eye 32:31, p.3
5/9/1941 Schedule outline
410 World's greatest tragedy portrayed by drama students
Phillips--William Louis (Class of 1942)
College Eye 32:29, p.1
4/25/1941 Review of "Hamlet".
411 Playwriting winners are named
College Eye 32:26, p.1
4/4/1941 Mary Ella Jones, Mona Van Duyn, and Arlene Dunlap are winners.
412 Playwriting contest entries must be in
College Eye 32:23, p.1
3/14/1941 Rules for the one-act play contest.
413 Authenticity, offstage choir, movable sets feature of play
College Eye 32:21, p.1
2/21/1941 Mr. Hake talks about the stage and sets of "Father Malachy's Miracle"; photo.
414 Hake students tackle playwriting problems
College Eye 32:17, p.1
1/24/1941 A look at Mr. Hake's teaching technique.
415 Nursery School is for elders, too
College Eye 32:17, p.3
1/24/1941 ACEI meets.
416 Name student show judges
College Eye 32:16, p.1
1/17/1941 Mrs. Hart, Mr. Hake, and Howard Robert will judge show.
417 Students write plays, act
Alumnus 25:1, p.12
1/1/1941 Will produce "Father Malachy's Miracle" and "Hamlet".
418 Second annual play writing contest slated
College Eye 32:12, p.2
12/6/1940 Rules of eligibility announced by Mr. Hake; three prizes for student one-act plays.
419 Wirth writes musical score in collaboration on fall play
College Eye 32:3, p.1
9/27/1940 Professor Wirth will write music to accompany "My Heart's in the Highlands".
420 Hake to do extension work in fall term
College Eye 31:42, p.1
8/9/1940 Will be available to consult on speech programs.
421 Modern drama is discussed by Hake
College Eye 31:42, p.3
8/9/1940 At meeting in Lawther Hall.
422 Chalk talk will be given at Commons
College Eye 31:41, p.4
423 Cancel two summer play performances
College Eye 31:39, p.1
7/19/1940 In deference to memory of President Latham.
424 Extension borrows faculty
Alumnus 24:3, p.15
7/1/1940 Professors Van Engen, Douglas, Hake, and White will work in Extension for one quarter.
425 Several faculty members to be on extension staff
College Eye 31:37, p.1
6/28/1940 Professors Hake, Douglas, Van Engen, and White will do consulting work.
426 Speech professors to attend meeting
College Eye 31:37, p.1
6/28/1940 Professors Hake and Henrikson attend national meeting.
427 Chairmen plan social calendar for West Hall
College Eye 31:36, p.3
6/21/1940 Will present series of programs; list of house council members.
428 Selection of play announced; author is winner of prize
College Eye 31:35, p.1
6/14/1940 Will present "My Heart's in the Highlands".
429 Final decision on plays made
College Eye 31:34, p.1
6/7/1940 Florence Hansen's play wins first place; Winson Wallace takes second; Ed Kepler takes third; photo.
430 Conclusion
Old Gold 0:0, p.282
6/1/1940 Old Gold staff thank people for cooperation.
431 Drama
Old Gold 0:0, p.175
6/1/1940 Brief description of the department.
432 English
Old Gold 0:0, p.171
6/1/1940 Brief description of the department; photo.
433 Summer school
Old Gold 0:0, p.271
6/1/1940 Brief description of the event; photo.
434 Theta Alpha Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.179
6/1/1940 Brief description of the group; photo.
435 Three student plays will be broadcast
College Eye 31:31, p.2
5/10/1940 Work by Florence Hansen, Ed Kepler, and Winson Wallace will be on radio.
436 Sororities to entertain at spring dances
College Eye 31:30, p.3
5/3/1940 Three sororities will hold dances.
437 Rehearsals in final stages for 'Winterset'
College Eye 31:27, p.1
4/13/1940 Preview of the play.
438 Principals to meet today
College Eye 31:26, p.1
439 Play conference is April 20
Alumnus 24:2, p.19
4/1/1940 One thousand expected for annual play production conference; will perform "Winterset".
440 Blue Key honor roll
College Eye 31:23, p.1
3/15/1940 Cites those who have made strong recent contributions.
441 Hake will speak for Faculty Dames
College Eye 31:21, p.4
2/23/1940 Will speak on current drama.
442 Judges pick three plays
College Eye 31:21, p.1
2/23/1940 Plays by Winson Wallace, Ed Kepler, and Florence Hansen selected for production.
443 Reviewer enjoys production of 'Torch-bearer' comedy
College Eye 31:20, p.5
2/16/1940 Herb Hake sketches a dress rehearsal; sketch.
444 Faculty Dames meet
College Eye 31:17, p.1
1/26/1940 Professor Hake will speak.
445 Barker makes plans for annual caroling service
College Eye 31:13, p.1
12/15/1939 Women's League organizing seventh annual service; description of the service.
446 Theme of "Family Portrait" is powerful, built around Bible story of Jesus' life
College Eye 31:6, p.2
10/20/1939 Preview of the play; photo.
447 Hake chooses play crews
College Eye 31:5, p.3
10/13/1939 List of crews for "Family Portrait".
448 Play writing contest to be held here
College Eye 31:5, p.5
10/13/1939 May produce winners of contest.
449 Hake draws Herr Hitler's portrait
College Eye 31:4, p.1
10/6/1939 Mr. Hake entertains group in Commons; photo.
450 World premiere, buildings
Alumnus 23:4, p.3
10/1/1939 Stadium ready for September 23 game; women's dorm will be occupied in winter quarter; "Foot-Loose" produced under direction of Herbert V. Hake; two hundred graduate at end of summer.


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