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PAGIO TWO

THE MICHIGAN- DAILY

Sn"n-Alf, JANT-ARY 1 ,, lq-2

~'AGE~WO TE MIHIGANDAIL ~VX~AY,............~±2

FUIRTHER STATEMENVI
IS ADECONCERNING1
M IARIONETTE SHO I
(AROS . .l,0(111
ARE W~ILL KNOWN GIROUP*
Of Puppet Sho~w 11o Comte Here
Farly In Febirinry
Further announcement was mvade
yesterdlay by Earl Fleischman conl-
Scorning the appearance in Hill audi-
torium Feb. 2 of the- Jean Gros Frenchj

THE UNIS CHO SEN,
TO HEAD GROUP

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4th BIG WEEK
Limiteds Engagement
Beg. Sunday, Jan. 15th

Laifayett e at aye-(dla 1101). Matinees, Wednesday and Sat urlay
The Red Hot Collegiate Musical Comedy
Presented) by an Ahl-American Team of Players
LAVIM"NC F SCHIWAB & FRANK MANIWL BhI1NG YOU
FORTY FLAPPER FRESHIES AND

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Marionettes under the auspices of
Play Production. 'Two performances rcs S r yr
will be given on that (late, one a mat -v
!nee at 3 o'clock. The organization is s
one of the best known in its field and _____________
has the largest marionette stage in
the world.31
Lhst season the Marionettes played
more than 385 performances, and Former ilgiian premlier, who, ha s
travelled more than 60,000 miles. The (takeni office as president, of :he nflew
puppet show is almost an innovation - mte oe lytve c( L (e g e o N
in this country, and is of European mitefre y.h egeo
origin. tions council at Geneva, 'witzerland1.s
Appear At Colleges Theunis was chosen for the post. at
Appearances at various colleges and the last session of. the League held in
universities have been m'ade. A train- D Iecember, and l will takie, charge o the
ed group of actors is necessary to wTkimmediacoitee ilyndart
present the marionettes, and thesejThnecomte vledaoro
have been with Gros, the producer, for II reconstruct and insure collab~oration
many seasons. The great skill neces- amn l ain ncnutn o
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ABE LYMAN

(Himself)

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

For further information write to your local representative
UNIVERSITY TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
285 Madison Ave., New York City

p PRICES: ight~fs, $I.00 tA $32~0. Matinees, $1.00) to '$2.i0, plus lax

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sary to the operation of a puppet in
an effective manner usually necessi-
tates six months rehearsal before a
public performance can be given. The
Gros marionettes are noted for their
realism and perfect balance.
The company will present in the
afternoon a production of the famous
Mark Twain story, "Adventures of
huckleberry Finn," primarily for the
children, and at night Maeterlinck's
"The Blue Bird." The production of
the latter work was a result of long
study on the part of the Gros organl-
zation, resulting in the largest mar-
ionettes in the world playing on the
biggest stage, and eleven scenes- filled
with transfornmation ideas atigrnente(1
by special lighting effects.
Fleiselinian Comments
According to Fleischman, the Maet-
erlinck play has..exceptional possibil-
ities for puppet production, inasmuch
as the poetic quality of the fantasy
can be better brought out by this
personification than on a regulation
stage. A complete musical arrange-
ment has been written for this per-
formance.' More than 75 marionettes
are used, necessitating the pulling of
more than 1500 strings. The com~p-
any carries besides the regular pup-
peteers a harpist, violinist, pianist,
tenor, baritone, contralto, and other
b elpers.

was. institutedl as ,the result
agitation among in'.' erso
gue for such a group.

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Two hundred and twenty-two years ago---on Jan. 1 7,
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C!"Lse however, his work as an author-his writings on
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Perhaps the best known of his pithy epigrams is "Save and
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The moral:
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MARCELINE
DAY
HENRY B.
WALTHALL
CONRAD NAGEL
,and selected cast

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