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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OGRAM NOTES:
WSU Theatre Offers Varied Fare in 32nd Season

HEADQUARTERS for
STUDENT and OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS and FOUNTAIN PENS

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e company will present in Eu-
pe. Russ Smith is the director
d designer.
"The Devil's Disciple," direct-
by T. - O: Andrus, returns
eorge Bernard Shaw's works to
e series, in an early work of
,rody. The production is sched-
ed for Feb. 16-17 and 22-24.,
Moliere's comedy, "The School
r Wives," in .a new adaptation
Miles Malleson, will be pre-
nted March 16-17 and 22-24,
ider the direction of Margaret
?ear. ..
The season closes with Mozart's
assical masterpiece, "Don, Gio-
.nni." This production inaugur-'
es a new cooperative opera pro-
am of the music department
id the theatre. Valtar Poole is
usical director andi conductor.
id Richard Spear is stage direc-
r and designer.
Information concerning season
bscriptions and individual tick-
s is available at the ticket of-

Northland Festival.:f.
The first annual Northland
Folk Music Festival will be pre-
sented Sept. 22-24 at Northland
Playhouse, Detroit.
A series of concerts, discussions,
song exchanges and workshops1
will gather a cross-section of1
American and international folk
music under the direction of Ewan1
MacColl, Scottish folk artist andc
writer.<
Tickets are on sale at Grin-s
nell's downtown and Marwil's in1
Northland and Eastland.
Masonic Symphony...
The Masonic Auditorium Sym-
phony Series will open Oct. 20
with the annual visit of the Bos-
ton Symphony Orchestra; direct-
ed by Charles Munch. The Berlin
Philharmonic led by Karl Boehm,
will follow on Nov. 10, appearing

VICTOR BORGE
... comedian-pianist

-versary of the founding of the fu-
turists, this exhibition surveys
Italy's most significant contribu-
tions to modern art for the first
time in this country. The Friends
of Modern Art have -brought the
exhibition to Detroit, directly from
the Museum of Modern Art in New
York:
Abstract Art...
One hundred and thirty paint-
: ngs, sculptures, drawings, water-
colors, and collages have been se-,
lected from public and private
collections.
Approximately half of the,
works are from Italian collections.
In connection with this exhibi-
tion, a program entitled "A Key to
Abstract Art" will be hejd at the
museum, sponsored by Wayne
State University, the University,
and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Institute Series.. .
The Detroit Institute of Arts
Concert Series will open Oct. 26,
with the appearance of Viennese
Pianist Paul Badura-Skoda.
On Nov. 8, the Netherlands
Chamber Orchestra, directed by
Szymon Goldberg, will appear on
its first American-Canadian tour.
Merce Cunningham and his
dance company, with John Cage
as musical director and David Tu-
dor as pianist, will be presented
Dec. 5 in a program of avant-
garde contemporary dance.
Orn Jan. 19, Pierette Alarle, so-
prano, and Leopold Simoneaus,
tenor, will appear in a joint reci-
tal with Allen Rogers at the
piano.
The Robert Joffrey Ballet will
return March 30, by popular de-
mand.
Tickets for the series or for in-
dividual performances will be
SPECIAL STUDENT RATES
PLAYBOY
ESQUIRE
Each $5
Send to

available at the World Adventure
Series ticket office in the Detroit
Institute of Art.
G. & S Society...
The University Gilbert and Sul-
livan Society will present HMS
Pinafore this fall. The satire on
the 19th Century British Navy
will be performed at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre in the Mich-
igan League.
"'The. Gondoliers" willgbe pre-
sented, during the spring semes-
ter.
The drama director is Thomas
Jennings, '62, and the music di-
rector for the season will be Felix
Pappalardi, '62SM.

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TYPEWRITERS
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ALL MAKES, bought, sold,
rented, repaired
TERMS: We try to suit customer.

Typewriter Repair Work a Specialty
DEALER for A. B. Dick Mimeographs
and Supplies
STUDENT SUPPLIES

Two performances of each
duction and road trips to
rounding cities are planned.

pro-
sur-

CHARLES MUNCH
- noted conductor

Stationery
Study Lamps
Note Books
Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf Note Books
Greeting Cards
Typewriter Supplies

SPECIAL
ON -SURPLUS
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black note books
1 1/2" ring ... 97c

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Since
1908

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for the first time on the symphony
series.
The New York City Opera will
present "Madame Butterfly" in
the auditorium Nov. 17.
Walter Susskind returns with
the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
on Jan. 3. The Philadelphia Or-
chestra, Eugene Ormandy con-
ducting, will close the series on
May 2.
Other musical events at the
Masonic Auditorium will include
Victor Borge, Sept. 29. Roberto
Iglesias and his Spanish dance
group will appear in the Scottish
Rite Cathedral on Oct. 6.
Mantovani and his orchestra
will return to the Auditorium
Nov. 18 and Jose Greco and his
Spanish dance group will appear
Jan. 19L
Emil Gilels, one of Russia's
foremost pianists, will be present-
ed in concert at Masonic Audi-
torium Jan. 21.
Detroit Institute ..

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Dec. 10. Berkeley,7, Calif.
Coinciding with the 50th ann-____
Graduate Student Council
at VFW Hall
Sat., Sept. 16.. 4.9-12
ANDY ANDERSON'S BAND
$1.00 Admission
Adults Only

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