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THE SUMMER DAILY

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CAROLINAKAREN RUCZNSKI and James Hiopkn rehearse one 7324 Kng Fu-mlaa
of the scenes from Cimarosas comic opera "The Secre Marrage 9NesDnal
The production opens tonigh and runs through Sunday evening _____________
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
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Cimarosa opera to
open this evening see
The University's S c h o o 1 of of most companies. Yet it is one news
Music will present Cimarosa's of the most successful examples,
rarely s t a g e d two-act comedy if not the prototype, of opera h p e
opera, "The Secret Marriage," uffa. h p e
on Aug. 16, 17, 1, and 19. Curt-
tamn time is 8:00 p.m. in the ALL TICKETS re $250 andCall
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.. can e purchased at the box of:
The life of Domenico Cimarosa, fice now thin Aug. 19 between 7 - A L
a contemporary of Mozart and 12:30 and :00 p.m. For group 7 DA L
one of the mot successful opera sales and additional information
composers of his time, was as call 764-6118. _____________
daai ashsmsepee......"The Secret Marriage."
THE SON of a bricklayer and 1214 S UNIVERSITY
a washerwoman, he rose to court , ,I
composer for Catherine Ilof (I i( 5
Russia and later for Emperor FT .T-1
Leopold II in Vienna. It was for
Leopold that "The Secret Mar DIAL 661-641 6
riage" was first performed in
1792, the same year of Moarts wd. at.
deth. Snast
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The opera was very popular at 6:1is 0:4ss
its time, and has been compared M-TTb.Fr
with Mozart's great c o mn e d y a 1
operas. "The opera is witty live $250
ly and p r ovi de s an excellent allsw
story. The plot presents hilarious Nopse
sitaulionis and the music provides NoBrn
a perfect complement," says con Ratd x
dctor Josef Blatt.--- _-.-_,
The opera is now somehing of
a 20-year old novelty, for it is NEW WORLD FILM COOP presents
not mongtheusua reptoie ~ H 7 2
WASHINGTON (UPI)- Fish
ing license sales increasod to a .
record 26 million in 1972 says PI T S MPIV
the Interior Departments Fish ISf J lI 1 f1 ~
anod Wildlife Service. Fishermen TH EST AMERIC N FILM
paid more than $107 million for1HL-B
licenses, an increase of $7 million I VE SEEN THIS YEAR"' - eren;EShr.I-oe19.

-_______________ ' IT'S ONE HELL OF A FILM! A
COLD, SAVAGE AND CHILLING
RELIABLE COMEDY!"-Bruce Wiaon PAYBO
ABORTION SERVICE "'CATCH-22' says many things
Clinic inMich.-] to 24 week that need to be said again and
pregnancies terminated, by li- aan lnAknsprom
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list. Quick services will be or- ance as Yossarian is great;"'
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CALL COLLECTrr uu r 0
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13 Glenn Ford's Summertime
U.S.A.
50 Percy Mason BW
56 Masterpiece Theatre
00:30 9 Woods and Whes-Campint
11:00 2 4 7 11 03 24 News
S CBC News-Lloyd Rohertson
50 One Step Beyond-Dramta BW
11:30 2 11 Movie-Drama BW
"Code Two" (1053)
413 Johnny Carson
7 24 A Gift 01 Terror
S News
20 WaltecsFamily-,uic
50Movie-Drama BW
"The Swindle.' (Ital'itn; 1955)
12:ooS9Movie-Comedy
"OhMen! Oh, Women! (197)
1:00 2loie-tDrama BW

Thursday, August 16, 1973
"A Tree Grown I* tokV.
(1945) 9
4 7 11 13 News
2:30 2 Mfayhberry S..
3:00 2 News
TIE SUMMER DAILY. summer MU-
tscon o The MirhigaisDailoy
Vol. LXXXlll, No. 63-8
Thursday.,Au gunst 16, 1973
is vidited soaniosagced by students at
bhe Unitersiy at Michi an. Newspavner
764-0562, Secondctinristpotepaid ot
Anin Arbor, Mirbtg'on S 4i10. hPublished
dioiy Tsiesday tibsasiSunoday tonng
durisg tbe university year as 420 May-
n:ard Sect, Ass Atrbor, Michigan 48104.
Subscriptinsraten: S10 by narrier (eam-
pu oaea)i; $tt lociSInsaii (Minhigan and
Ohio);,ti13sian-iocal sail (other staten
and fioeign),
Summersssnpublishedi Tuesday
thonuna hSaturda yimosrniug. Subsrip-
tisrs rate,: $5.50 by corrier (campus
area); $0.50lscat maili(Michignand
Ohio); 07.00 non-lnoalmaili(outer
states osnd toreign).

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Department of Speech communication and Theatre
PRESENTS
The University Players' Black Theatre Workshop
A CHILDREN'S AUDIENCE-PARTICIPATION COMEDY
THE MIRRORKMAN
by BRIAN WAY
A fue filled hose foe children noes 5-12
THURSDAY, August 16--4:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, August 17-4:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, August 18, 2:00 & 4:00 p.m.
ARENA THEATRE, Frieze BuildingI
CORNER OF STATE AND HURON
TickeIs 50c cat the door. Geosp rates availsable.
SFtor information 763-3019

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