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Talking about football reminded Grady of the time when
he was a freshman at OU and of an observance called
"I remember one night at school especially well. All the
freshmen football players would put on their red caps with
a UV" on them and they carried paddles. We called our-
selves the "Vengeance squad." After school had been
going on three or four weeks, a yell would go up: 'All fresh-
men outl' All the freshmen would come outside in
whatever they happened to be wearing at the time, and
form a big snake line that would lead them all over campus.
"They stopped doing this quite a while back, because
when the snake line would go through a drug store or
someplace like that, after about a thousand would go
through, there wouldn't be anything left on the shelves!"
Has he noticed any differences in students through the
'4Sure, Ithink the students nowadays are the best. They
participate in more activities on campus. They are a lot
more serious now. They study more than students used to.
Back then if you studied a lot they called you a bookworm.
"I guess students have a lot more to worry about now,
there's the population explosion, high prices, and maybe a
food shortage. Mostly they seem to worry about getting a
job when they get out of school."
Grady said with a sly smile, "Students now are not any
bigger troublemakers like some people say. All students get
a little bit reckless in the spring time!"
Grady plans to stay in Norman in his retirement--a good
place for a man with memories of students, the campus
corner and Sooner football.Q
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SAMPLING SOME BUBBLEGUM is G,E. Mobley, better known as the
owner of Grady's Grocery--now a legend.
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Another reason the opener is generally a small show is
because of the time element. "We have two and a half
weeks for rehearsal," Suggs said, "'which isn't that long a
time. Normally, prior to the casting, the production meeting
is held in which costuming, lighting, sets, and such are
discussed. At the beginning of the school year, there isn't
time for that. You have to cast immediately and then start
Behind the scenes, make-up, costumes, and food for the
show took tedious effort by crew members.
"The problems of families haven't changed a good deal,"
Suggs said, "except there is less formalism in today's
society. People are trying to be less stereotyped than they
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ln spite of this country's belief that nostalgia is merely wide
lapels, slicked back hair and '57 Chevys, a popular work of
art is not nostalgic unless it brings out the sentiments of the
time, preferably tying it in to the times of today. And if "Life
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reactionary manner brought to mind the fascination the
television viewers seem to have with Archie Bunker, then I
suppose the production succeeded."
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though, just as they're supposed to be. "Life With Father"
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wanting to sound reactionaryf, Suggs still saw sense in
Everybody in that play knew who they were," he said.
Today nobody knows who they are."
At least one review of "Life With Father" questioned the
relevancy of the play. Suggs was quick to point out the tie-
in the play had with the feminist movement of today. "The
relevance IS evident with all of today's woman's liberation.
Life With Father is the beginning of the decay of the
family patriarch f1gure.'
The patriarch figure himself, as well as some of the
other artifacts of that era's formalism may have seemed
unfamiliar at the least, obnoxious at the most. But it is
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