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TJff.E MICHIGAN DAILY

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1IMK UAY, YEBRUARY 10, 1966

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Musket Is ,.Dan eing for Joy and.
Perfoarming Iwit.h Great Polish

ORGANIZATION NOTICES
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The M0tION
F'I7rURE
WItN SOLEIpiWG
tO OFFEND
EVERYONE !

By JOHN ALLEN
Warm weather, topping off
weeks of anticipation, 'brought out
the. best in, an: enthusiastic
audien'~ce last night. The response
to Musk.et'.s "West, Side Story"
was mildly thunderous, and justly.
so. Musket's production of Bern-
stein's opera-muiclal was-all that
it pro~mised to be through-the long
months' of waiting. ; It was worth
the wait.'
It is difficuilt to pinpoint the
evening's highlights. Certainly the
Jet's rendition . of "Gee, Officer
Krupke" and Maria's -lighthearted
"I Feel 'Pretty" deserve special
mention, if only for the reminder
they. provide:.a, that,,,. even in. the
slms, there is laughter as well
0 prejudice and. tragedy. O:.T1the
tragic side,,4 a's' uet .with'
Anita ("A 'Boy' Like That" and "I
Have a Love")' was particularly
poignant and- satisfying :
Sustained .Energy
Chief praise, however,, goes to
the beautiful, sustained. energy
and polish of the choreography-
and, of course, to. the -enthusiastic
and well-trained compainy' which
carried it off: It would be. easy,
enough to look upon West. 'Side-

Story as a ballet with words, in-
stead of as a play with dancing.
Indeed, the great challenge for
any company, amateur or profes-
sional, is the choreographic re-
quirements of this particular
show;. Musket successfully' danced
circles around this challenge and
it slunk away into, oblivion.
Through Alleys and Streets
The flexible set, and skillful use
of lighting led (and sometimes fol-
lowed) the dancers through the
alleys and streets of New York
and attested the imagination and.
professionalism of the entire pro-
duction,
It is unfortunate to single out
one performance, for a" negative
word,. but a fair appraisal of. the
evening demands 'it: _Keith Joch-
im's Tony was not totally satisfy-
ing. He seemed to have been born
apart from the Jets, not 'simply
to have outgrown them. Perhaps
it was just opening-night jitters,
but ;he also found his notes with
difficulty.. In a less-polished, less-
professional production-in a typi-
cal college or summer-stock pro-
duction, in other words-he might
have' carried off top honors.

Against so solid and lively a back-
ground of support, however, he
appeared a little dim and one
dimensional.
The Big Surprise
The evening's big surprise was
the orchestra. Never once did it
drown out the lyris-and when
the volume went up during the
dance sequences it was apparent
that control was the reason: there
was no lack of potential!
Constance Barron and Sandra
Goetz as Maria and Anita, Robert
Chapel as Baby John, and Hen-
rietta Kleinpell in a walk on as
Bessie Shawn, the aging fun-and-
games coordinator of the recrea-
tion department, were particularly
joys to watch. They kept pace with
the production as a whole, no
mean feat under the circum-
stances.
Bravos and Laurels
Bravos and laurels in abundance
to all those, on stage and off,
who poured such obvious torrents
of time, sweat, and affection into
as fine an amateur production as
Ann Arbor has seen in a long time.
Everyone who saw it will be talk-
ing about it for days. Every good
thing they tell you is true !

USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
Campus Young Socialist Alliance,
Discussion 'oil ViONam, ":Negotiation
or Withdrawal?" at 8' p.m., Feb. 19
Michigan Union, Room 3A~-S. Speakers
will be °Anatol Rapoport, mathematical.
biologist at U. of M., and Lew Jones,
a national committee member of the
Young Socialist Alliance.
Christian Science Organization, Thurs.
evening meeting,. 7:30 p.m., 3545 SAB.
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction, 8-11 p.m., Barbour
Gym.
U. of M.,Chess Club, Registration &
first round of tournament, Feb. 11,
7;30 p.m., Room 3B, Unilon.
French Club, Le Baratin, Jeudi, 3-5
p~im., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Venez 'tous.
Gamma Delta, International Luth-
eran organization, ice skating and to-
boganning party, Fri., Feb. 11. Meet
at church at 8:15. p.m., hot chocolate
and popcorn afterwards. All welcome.
1511 Washtenaw.
SHOWS AT'
1 :30-4:30-8:00 P.M.
Matinees-$1 .25
Eves. & Sun.-$1.50
NoWiEVERYONE CAN NEE
THEOT LOVERLY
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Guild House, Special noon luncheon,
Herberto Sein, educator from Mexico,
"Half a Hemisphere in Revolution,"
Feb. 10, 12-1 p.m., 802 Monroe. Fri.
noon luncheon, Prof. James B. George,
Jr., "Protest, Some Legal Aspects," Feb.
11, 12-1 p.m.,.802 Monroe.
Newman Student Association, Com-
munity mass & supper, Fri., Feb. 11,
.5 p.m.,- 331 Thompson, Fr. Ernan. Mc-
Mullin, "Teilhard de Chardin," Aud.
A, Angell Hall, 8 p.m.
Inter-Quadrangle Council/Assembly
Association, House Presidents' meeting,
Feb. 10, 7 p.m., League.
Read,
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Shown at
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Tab Hunter." Margaret Leighton- Liberace" Roddy McDowaIl
Robert Morley.- Barbara Nichols. Lionel Stander
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TrHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10
DayCalendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Saem-.
inar L-Businress ".Rla ans'f. wth :"State
an~d Local Government" Michigan Un-
ion, 8:30 a.m.
Programmed Learning for Business
Workshop-Michigan Union, 8:30 a,m.
Management Development Seminar-
"Management Communications": Di h-
igan Union, 1:30 p.m.
ttMental' Healthr Research Institute;
Semnar-M. E. Bitterman, Bryn Maw~r
College, "Some Relationships Between
Clatssical and'Avoidance Conditioning":
1057 MHRI, 2:15 p.m.

Cinema Guild -Ron Rice's "'The
Flower Thief" : Architecture Aud., 7
and 9 p.m.
Travel Filmr Seres-"Our Spectacular
Canyon Country": Aud. A, -Angell Hall,
8 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program Flay
of the Month - "The' Subject Was
Roses". Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Engineerinlg Mechanics; Seminar -
Dr. Robert Plunkett, professor of
mechanics at the University .of Minne-
sota, will. speak on "Dynamics of
Drill Strings." Rm. 325 W. Engrg., 4
p.m.
Graduate School of Business Admin-
istration-"Wage-Price Guideposts vs.
Fiscal. andt Monetary Policies to Curb
Inflation,"; by Dr. Neil Hi..,Jacoby of
UCLA, In Rm. 131 Bus. Ad., on Thurs.,'
Feb.140, 8 p.m.
Lecture: Profs. W. C. Kelly and E.
N. Goddard of the Geology and Min-
eralogy Dept.. will speak, to the Geol-
ogy-Mineralogy' Journal Club, on "The
Boulder Telluride Belt, its Geology and
Geochemistry," Thurs., Feb. 10,. 4 pm.,
Rm. 2054 Natural Science Bldg.
Linguistics Lecture: Prof. Gene M.
Schramm will speak on "Sub-Phonetic
Correspondences in Distantly Related
Languages." Thurs., 7:30 p.m., Feb.

10. All 'persons interested. in the. sci-
entific study of language are cordially
invited to attend.
U. of M. 4ept. of speech-Eight Stu-
dent Laboratory .Theatre Presentation
of the 1965-66 season: selected scenes
from Royal Tyler's "The Contrast" will
be presented' admission-free, Thurs.,
Feb. 10, 4:10 p.m., Arena Theatre, Frieze
Bldg.
school of Music Recital-A recital by,
piano miajors in the School of Music
will be presented Thurs., Feb. 10,' 4:30
p.m.,, in the School of Music Recital
Hall. Recitalists will be Marcia' Wid-
man, Katherine Corlett and Stanley
Cowell.
General Notices
Thursday Tea: The regular Thursday
Tea usually held at the International
Center from 4:30 to 6 p.m. will in-
stead be held at the Alpha Ga~mma
Delta House, 1322 Hill St., on, Feb. 10.
Colloquium: Prof. Edward J. Bair,
Indiana University, .will, speak on "Vi-
brational Contributions to Reaction
Rates," on Thlurs., Feb, 10 at .8
p.m. in Rm. 1300 of the . Chemistry
Bldg.
French and German Objective Profi-
ciency, Tests: Objective Tests in French
and German adminis'tered by the .Orad-
uate School for doctoral candidates are
scheduled for Tues. evening, Feb. 22,
from -7 to, 10:30 1).m. in the 'Raclkiam
Lecture Hall. ALL students planning
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International
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EVENTS of THE WEEK
of February 10-16
THURSDAY, Feb. 10: International Tea at Alpha Gamma Delta
Sorority, 1322 Hill St. Open to all. 4:30-6:00' P.M.
THURSDAY, Feb. 1 0: Professor Alvin Loving wifi discuss his trip to
Africa, slides included. Union 3C. 8:00 P.M.
FRIDAY, Feb. 1 1: Valentine Party at International Center.
Open to all. 8:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, Feb. 13: "Buddhism and Neut raismj' a-film on Burma,
aSoutheast Asi'an notion now closed to' westerners.
Union, Rm. 3B. 2:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, Feb. 13: "The; United States and China Since 1945,"
Lecture by Dr. Albert Feuerwerker, Director of the Center for
Cinese Studies. Presbyterian Center, 1 432.1 Washtenaw,
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