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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1940)
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• A dinner fit for a kin".
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Tragedy to Show
Not to be outdone by Orson
Welles and his striking innova
tions of play production, the Uni
versity theater of the University
of Oregon will shock the conserv
atives. and the classicists during
spring term by presenting Shake
speare’s great tragedy, “Macbeth”
—in modern dress, styled as of
“■ spring, 1940.
As far as is known, this will be
the first “modern-dress Shake
speare” offered in Eugene. Both
the cast and the director look for
ward with enthusiasm to this de
parture from custom, which is
frankly experimental, as they have
no record of “Macbeth” having
been so treated by any producers,
professional or otherwise.
For those who prefer their
Shakespeare in the conventional
manner, one group of players will
present the play in costumes of the
historical period from which the
story is drawn, 11th century Eng
land and Scotland. As the produc
tion will be given six or more show
ings, there will be double casting
of the roles of Macbeth, Lady Mac
beth, Macduff, and possibly of sev
eral other principals.
Opening about May 15, the play
will be presented by the Guild Hall
Players, supported by a large cast
drawn from the campus and the
community at large.
Also to be presented during the
term, opening April 12, will be a
Bobby, Wally Close
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state high school championships
for the boys under Honest John
Warren. Honest John moved right
down to Oregon in 1936 and tu
tored Wally and Bobby on one of
the best Freshman teams he ever
Individual honors have been
many and varied for the due. Wal
j ly was named “most feared” player
! for the 1935 state prep hoop tour
many and varied for the duo Wal
northem division guard at Ore
gon for two seasons, made the
1938 all-Coast team, and was
named the outstanding player of
the Oregon A.A.U. tournament for
Teammate Bobby, captain of the
1940 national champs and a great
inspirational leader, was selected
as guard on the 1939 all-American
chosen by Chuck Tayler, nation
ally known expert. Bobby was also
a northern division all-star and
an all-stater for two years.
A truly colorful and great bas
ketball pair is probably separated
to never again play together and
Oregon sports will miss it.
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production of Robert K. Sherwood's
"Idiot's Delight.” An ultra-mod
ern satire on war. the play was
recently made famous by Alfred
Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. The cam
pus production will present a new
group of campus actors, members
of the technique of acting course.
Casts for both productions will be
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