Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 18, 1938, Page Three, Image 3

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    'Shy Panthino' Huntington
C. A. “Shy" Huntington . . . Eugene businessman and graduate of
the Universtiy who plays the role of “Panthino” in tomorrow night’s
play “Two Gentlemen from Verona” at the Garden theater behind the
music school building.
VLT, University Theater
Players Cast in Next Play
The initial garden theater play, “Twq Gentlemen of Verona” which
will open at 9 o’clock tomorrow night, is to be representative of the
combined efforts of members of the Eugene Very Little Theater and
th University theater, under the direction of Mrs. Ottilie Seybolt of the
Oregon drama department.
C. A. “Shy” Huntington, VLT member, will take the part of Pan
' 'Shakes' Free
Gilde Gray, \\)io shook and
“shimmied” her way to fame,
shown in a Los Angeles court when
she shook off a husband. She di
vorced Hector Briceno on deser
tion grounds.
TO MARE FIELD TRIP
Approximately twenty members
of James C. Stovall’s field geogra
phy class will make a field trip to
the coast Sunday.
The trip, an.annual event, will
serve as an opportunity to compare
physiographic features of land near
Eugene with that along the sea
shore. The class plans to go from
Newport to Reedsport and come
back by the Umpqua river.
Four Alexanders—a father and
three sons—are enrolled in the
University of Toledo.
thino, secretary to Antonio, Pro
teus’ father, played by Bill Tug
man, also of the Eugene group.
Huntington has been seen by lo
cal audiences in “A Sunny Morn
ing,” and other productions. Tug
man will be remembered for his
portrayal of the governor in “The
Fox Laughs.”
Professor Has Part
Professor Robert Horn, who is
to play the part of the Duke of
Milan, father of Silvia, was unfor
gettable as “Begriffenfeld” in
Horace Robinson’s presentation of
“Peer Gynt” last month in the
Igloo.
Gene Edwards, Thurio in the
play, who is the rival of Valentine
ior Silvia’s hand, is another mem
ber of the Very Little theater, as is
Wilfred Roadman, who has the
part of Speed, a lively, pun-loving
servant to Valentine, who furnish
es the lighter notes of the com
edy.
Opening Hour Is Late
The late hour of the opening—
9 o’clock—has been set in ac
knowledgment of a special feature
at the music building immediately
preceding the performance—an or
gan recital by William McKinney
and Janet Felt, graduating seniors
of the school of music.
Horace Robinson will handle
lighting arrangements for the pro
duction, which is to be given un
der typical Elizabethan stage fa
cilities. The “theater” it§elf is the
product of landscaping done by
Professor F. A. Cuthbert of the
school of architecture.
In case of rain on the dates of
the performance, May 19, 20, and
21, the entire production will move
to Guild theater in Johnson hall.
Graduates Take
Master's Exams
Two University students, Lyle
| L. Small and Frank Beamed, are
taking final oral examinations for
master’s degrees this week.
Mr. Small, Eugene high school
, teacher, majored in education. He
| took his examination Tuesday af
ternoon. His thesis was titled
“Democratic Ideals of Certain
Eighteenth Century Statesmen and
Implications Thereof Having
Meaning for Modern Education.”
Mr. Learned had his major in
economics and history as his min
or subject.
Green Goose
May Postpone
Publication
At an emergency meeting
called for 10 o’clock tonight
members of the Green Goose
staff will be faced with the possi
bility of postponing their publi
cation date in order to be able
to cover the last big story of the
term on the campus, staff mem
bers revealed yesterday.
The original date set for the
edition was May 25, but due to
an extra “clean” story that will
“break” next Wednesday night,
the scandal sheet may come out
Thursday of next week.
Promise of the latest in cam
pus photos of “hotshots” was
made du eto the fact that spe
cial engravings can easily be
made due to the fact that spe
equipment secured by staff re
porters are thick fur earmuffs to
shut out the many veiled and
unveiled threats received.
Sigma Omega Chi
To Hear Speech
On Public Welfare
Peter Sullivan, administrator of
the Lane county relief committee,
will address the members of Sig
ma Omega Chi, social science hon
orary, Wednesday evening in |'
umni hall at 8 o’clock. His talk on
“Public Welfare ip Lane County”
yvill be illustrated with various
forms and applications which per
sons seeking relief are required to
fill out. Mr. Sullivan graduated
from the University of Oregon
law school in 1930.
Following the address will be a
brief business meeting, it was an
nounced by Chandler Stevens,
president of Sigma Omega Chi.
Jake Frederickson earns his way
through the University of Minne
sota by catching rats in university
j buildings.
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