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THE 7,MICIGAN AL

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"I could not induce the conferenc- ~ ~ 'r riir
Ifoo'h Caplna Boasts First State Supportedl commnittee to put scientific publicity f1FtV'1 LC [I'JLb0.!lJII11
Tetr.Is eo oSta inn 1I tiv Dram but as glad to talk atttwo nformal mi u uiilirc TrUaflnflRI

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INFLU1 ('E W,' P[,-Y3M:1A4:1EI11 AS
(1'UNTRY'
MANY TOURS MADE
Fredcricd. 11. k ocii Originated Idlea l f Dcl~ l y ~ e t e r
Ago
CIHAP81 11h14, N. C., Jai .
Twenty years ago Frederick H. Koch e
became ecss e~sd of an idea that-
wouldn't let go.,
That ilea was that the American
drama of the future would 'findit
most genine expression in folk-
plays written andl acted in the coin-
imunties from which they sprang.
That was Koch's, dream 20 years o u n N rh D k t . T a
marked the birth of a movement
that was destined to spread .:l..{
throughout the country, and with
greater -Swiftness than Koch him-...........*.
self probably ever dared hope. Thir-
teen years later the founder and di-ru
rector of that movement came to
North Carolina. Here he is witness-
Ing the, fruition of his most. ferventj
hope -a State theater dedicated to the .
dev lop m~ent of the dram atic life of :h e p o o .N rh C r l n . I s
the first state supported theater in .
America devoted to the development
of native-~drama.
For seven years -now, in the pictur-
esque village of Chapel 1I1il the Play-
makers have been radiating an influ- j Actors i, North Carolina State
ence that has spread throughout the ('the'
country. Season after season theyl
have produced comedies and tragedies.
that have their origin in the native Carolina. Their audiences have
life. led more than 100,000 people.
Altogethmer they have made 10 state have travelled approximately
tours andl in (doing so have visited vir- miles. Last year. they made
tually every nook and corner or Nortlh first appearance outside the

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gatherings (luring the conference, as Jl J'flbt IWV ffUY
I believe that the new generation can:
best understand the' new° age and the
new methods it requires.j Local Police Department To Enforce
"As quotedl in the . Detroit Free' Regulation Rigidly On
Press' of January 2, Henry Ford stat- Motorists
ed, 'We waste men, we waste materials,;
we waste everything . . . we know i'To wy has been named by the local
that a machine is; a method for 'the police authorities. as the last date that
application of power.' The motion car~s may be operated With last year's
picture projector is the light-spread-' license plates. Enfor ement of the
ing machine which God gave this gen-' ruling that all motor vehicles must
eration to. oust hatred and greed from operate with 1926 license tags after
the mindls and hearts of mnen.; the first of January will be started to-
"While thousands are hungry, or] morrow, the authorities declare.
starving in the Near East, all' the; There 'has been no'extension of the
lunchrooms of America witness the; time limit by the state department
waste of food that thoughtless people' which, gave motorists from early in
leave on their plates. A film visual- December until' the first of the year, to
isi-n g the huge amnount of food wasted! purchase tags, sand set Jan. Y. as theI
and showing the hungry children i- date they must b3e'used.. The enforce-
the Near East might awaken our peo- m ent of the law rests with the local
ple to the -sin of waste. This filmI police department and an extension
could be shown in theatres, churches, to tomorrow, after which the law will
and schools; to try and bring it to all be rigidly enforced, police authorities
other people would be the work of; say.
the Film Light crusade. Kinemobils The sale of the tags by the office in
(motortrucks equipped with lighting-1 the Chamber of Commerce inn has
plants, projectors, screens) could go reached more than 9,000, it was an-
wherever people assemble. n ounced yesterday.
Want a room? Read Page Seven Let The Daily sell it for you thru
and use the Classified coluns.-Adv. the Classified columns.--Adv.

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stheater making up; Frederick HI. Koch and
t heater huidling.

total- playing in
They S. C., and
10,000 Macon, Ga.
their days, New
state, seen them.

Columbia and Charleston,
in Atlanta, Savannah and
This year, during the holi-
York and the East have

CINEMA SEEN
TO INTERNIT]

DR. W El'RDON K WOULDI ED)UCATE1
WORLD BY MEANS OF
FILMS
OWNS COLLECTION
Speaker Chiiin'7 Sermon: And Lectures
Are Of Little Value In
Promoting Peace
"Sermions and lectures for the pur-
pose of bringing about international
peace area great waste," contends
Dr. F. j6 nderdonk, of the architec-
ture de partmenit, but he believes that
motion eitures would be much more
effective ini bringing about interna-
,4ional ,11 rmony, .because they 'speak
an intern tional lanlguage "anid appeal
to the emiotions ats well as to the in-

is R / ID nema copitd,., 4 ,uspd, to combat the
Z L"1crine wave Wand that "all the evils
r " ( /T / from which the" world ..suffers could
L ~be cured, at least. pirtly, by educating,
______________________________the multitudes to see those moral and
I sipiritual truths that so few realize.
of motion pictures. This collection; The average man has a good heart,"
includes 300 pictures, lantern. slides, hie states, "and would do the right
and a large scrap book, with- 60 in- thing if he knew how."
dexed headings, containing significant:" Detroit newspaper printed a dis-
thoughts of great thinkers worked into! patch of the Chicago Tribune, which
similes which could be .produced intoI misr epresented the stand I took at
motion pictures. Dr. Onderdonk has Ithe Inter-denominational Student con-
written several scenarios, which he ference in Evanston. I went to the
would like to have produced in films i conference to urge the adoption of
as soon as he can receive 'the neces- scientific methods for the campaign
sary cooperation for his plans. against war. An engineer cannot help

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The Front Page;..~.~'
Picture Stor'! .{r-:
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Where D'id He Go? I,
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WANT[ TO SEE ALL r
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Dr. Onderdonk does not claim to be
the originator of- this idea but says
that similar attemnpts have been made
in London and Paris but these at-
tempts have failed. He believes that i
America, the* leading motion picture
producing country in the world should
be the- leader- of =this project..
Dr. Ondferdonk believes that the ci-'

tellect.
Dr. Onderdonk
tion, which is a
plani of educating

possesses a collec-
foundation for his
the world by xneans

being disgusted by the wasteful meth-
odls of those who want to help build
the Kingdom of God on earth. if
Jesus Christ were now on earth, I be-'
lieve he would do nothing but produce
' .lotion pictures to give his message
to the people, because when hie was
on earth he talked to the people in
parables.
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