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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1949

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Italian ]Play
Slated for
Presentation
Players To Act
Without Curtain
By NANCY BYAN
The curtain will never rise on
the speech department's produc-
tion of "The Servant of Two Mas-
ters."
Because there is no curtain.
I The stage will be already re-
vealed when the audience arrives.
'Between acts', stage hands in cos-
1tume will move scenery before the
t audience's eyes.
I * * *
THIS IS THE Commedia dell'
'Arte style of 18th century Italian
theatre, for which Carlo Goldoni
m wrote "The Servant of Two Mas-
!ters" in 1743.
The play will be presented at
8 p.m. Oct. 26-29 in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Play Produc-
0 'tion plans to follow the tradition
of the Commedia dell' Arte as
closely as possible, even to cov-
Seringthe players' faces with
masks.
Originally Commedia dell' Arte
4plays had traditional characters
Vand plots were improvised just be-
fore the show began.
* * *
"THE SERVANT OF Two Mas-
ters" is one of the early plays to
ibe written beforehand. Goldoni
felt this practice would improve
the literary quality of the plays.
Nevertheless, he used many of
the traditional Commedia dell'
1 Arte characters, blending their
tricky, exuberant comedy with
1 other more "modern" roles.
"The Servant of Tw Masters"
.is printed and distributed in Eng-
hand only. It is not frequently
performed in this country. Thomas
W. Stevens, noted director of the
x1920's, presented it at the Uni-
versity in the summer of 1933.
Mail orders for the play will be
accepted beginning tomorrow.
They should be sent to Play Pro-
,duction, Lydia Mendelssohn The-
tatre. The box office will open Oct.
X24. There will be student rates for
,the first two performances.
Students To Speak
+On World Affairs
A World. Affairs Round Table,
,sponsored by International Center,
Nwill be held at 7:30 p.m., today in
the center's lounge.
"Is China.Definitely Lost and
If So Should Japan Become the
'Vanguard in Asia Against Com-
munism?" is the question to be
I discussed.
Students representing the varn-
ous regions involved will speak at
the Round Tables which will con-
P tinue throughout the semester.
u The Round Tables will be pre-
ceded by dinners at International
Center.
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OFFICIAL
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-Daily--Ed Kozma
ANOTHER UPSET-An underdog Martha Cook football team
turned the tables on the Law Club eleven yesterday afternoon
to win the traditional gridiron battle by a score of 14 to 7. In
the above photo, Adele Hager, '50, fullback, gets set to toss the
touchdown pass which brought victory to the Cook eleven in
the third quarter of the game at Burns Park. Observers said
"sloppy pass reception"' was responsible for the Lawyers defeat.
Nation's Concert Programs
To Honor Chopin Centennial

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 19
Notices
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, School of Education,
Forestry, Music and Public
Health
Students, who received marks
of I, X, or "no report" at the end
of their last semester or summer
session of attendance, will receive
a grade of E in the course or
courses unless this work is made
up by Oct. 26. Students, wishing
an extension of time beyond this
date in order to make up this work,
should file a petition addressed to
the appropriate official in their
school with room 1513 Adminis-
tration Building, where it will be
transmitted.
The Teacher's Oath will be ad-
ministered to all February candi-
dates for the Teacher's Certificate
on Mon. and Tues., Oct. 17 and
18, in Room 14,37 U.E.S. This is a
requirement for the teacher's cer-
tificate.
Eligibility cards may be secured
(Continued on Page 3)
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* Concert Halls throughout the
nation wil resound to the music
of Chopin this week as this coun-
try's musicians commemorate the
centennial anniversary of the
composer's death tomorrow.
Pianist Artur Rubinstein, whoL
recently appeared in Ann Arbor
in the opening Choral Union con-
cert, will play an all-Chopin pro-
gram tomorrow night in Newi
York's Metropolitan Opera House.
CHICAGO will also feature an
all-Chopin: concert, by Solomon,I
noted English pianist, as part of;
the program being held there un-
der Dr. Hans Rosenwald, dean of
the Chicago Musical College.
In Cleveland, October 9-17
has been proclaimed "Chopin
Week" by Gov. Frank L.
Lausche of Ohio. Arthur Loes-
ser is listed as the guest artist
of the week.
Typical of the many activities
by schools and colleges commemo-
rating the occasion are the memo-
rial series of concerts sponsored
by the Peabody Conservatory of
Music in Baltimore, and the lec-
ture-recitals at the Conservattie
of Music of Kansas City.
AT Montana State University,
the,:chool of Music has estab-
lished a special Chopin Library.
Here at the University, Dean
Earl V. Moore, of the School of
Music, is serving on the Chopin
Centennial National Committee.
CHRISTENED "Frederic-Fran-
cois" by his French father and
Polish mother, Chopin was born
February 22, 1810, near Warsaw.
Musically precocious, he gave his
first public performance at the
age of eight, and went to study
under the master, Joseph Elsner.
Eleven years later, in 1829, he
traveled to Vienna to give his
first concert, playing his own

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"Variations, opus 2" with great3
success. He soon fell in love witht
Constatia Gladowski, a singer,
and his feeling for her is re-
puted to have then inspired the
"Concerto No. 2 in F minor."
Later, ,the Russians entered
Warsaw during the war in 1831,
and Chopin penned his "Revolu-
tionary Study in C minor" from
Stuttgart, Germany.
IN OCTOBER of that year.
Chopin went to Paris, where he
settled for the rest of his life.
Here Chopin was introduced
to Parisian society through the
salon of financier Baron de
Rothschild, and it was here that
he met and fell in love with the
famous "George Sand"--Mme.
Aurore Dudevant. Howeve r,
Chopin's consumption made
him a trying invalid, and the
romance ended in separation.
Two years later on Oct. 17, 1849,
he died in Paris-exactly one hun-
dred years ago.
* * *
Piano Concert
To Be Given
Prof. Misha Meller of the music
school, and Mrs. Marian Owen, in-
structor of piano in the School of
Music, will play a program of two
Chopin concertos at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Hill Auditorium.
In addition, the Hon. Tadeusz
Frymar, acting consul general of
Poland in Detroit, will give an
address entitled "Frederic Cho-
pin.

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NEW KODAK CAMERA-35mm., F35
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2-4591). )88
1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN - Excellent
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)94
1946 JEEP-Excellent mechanical con-
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SKIRTS-Scotch plaids, pleated all the
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TWO FORMALS-Used once. 1 char-
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Buy your lipstick, face powder, and
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1936 CHEVROLET $110. Good engine,
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attachment; adapter ring; close-up
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WANTED--1 adult ticket to Minnesota
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