THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1951
FAGE TWO SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1~51
BARONETS OF RUDDIGORE:
Opera's Ghosts To Haunt Mendelssohn
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By DONNA HENDLEMAN
Ghosts will inhabit Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre from Wednesday
to Saturday this week.
The spirits of defunct Baronets
of Ruddigore who have died for
negligence in fulfilling evil-deed
commitments, will take a lively
part in the Gilbert Sullivan society
production of "Ruddigore."
* * *
INOFFENSIVELY quiet through
Act I, the spirits will step from
family portraits in the second act
to snarl in a devilish fashion.
Awakening the ancestral strain
on the stage at first presented
a problem to set designer Jim
Ensign, '52. But amidst light-
ning, thunder and back-stage
effects, the specters will be able
to walk right out of their por-
traits in the best theatrical fash-
Object of their ire is "Ruddi-
gore's" hapless hero, Robin Oak-
apple, who is forced to fulfill his
family ancient curse-"a crime a
day or death." Arising after Rob-
in's request for help to end the
curse, the spooks come to life only
to badger him with threats and
commands to criminal activity.
While Oakapple is forced to car-
ry on his demoralizing legacy,
more pleasant affairs in Ruddigore
go on without him.
* * * -
DICK DAUNTLESS, the hero's
dashing half brother, busily woos
Rose-Maybud, Oakapple's former
sweetheart. Backing Dauntless is
a chorus of thirty professional
bridesmaids who make their living.
singing at weddings. They are
particularly anxious to see Rose
Looking over the $300,000 sum
that TV's 10 top dramatic shows
are now investing weekly, it would
appear that drama is invading the
television waves in full force.
TV drama is beginning to be
keen competition to Broadway, too,
as TV plans bigger and better
dramas this year. In fact, Time
magazine says that "television
this year will put on more plays,
hire more actors and spend more
money on drama than all the pro-
ducers and backers of Broadway."
EVIDENCE OF TV's elaborate
drama expenditure is constantly
being shown on top dramatic
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second world war, however, is still
FROM SOME CORNER of the
world each week at least one re-
port comes of the discovery of, a
fallen warrior. Search teams then
go out to bring them in, and the
Scientists and technicians of
GRS assemble all the clues to
the man's identity, which some-
times accompany the body, and
othertimes are already on file
from previous investigations.
The GRS men pursue each lead,
often working under extreme hard-
ship and in great personal danger.
Hundreds of soldiers, sailors, air-
men and marines are being detail-
ed as GRS escorts for each body
returned from Korea. They are
given special schooling. GRS stres-
ses to them its watchword: "Con-
sideration of the families of the
To GRS the next of kin are all
"very important people."
LOK and LISTEN
With MARILYN FLORIDIS
shows. "Celanese Theatre" re-
cently flew English actress Pamela.
Brown over to America for a single
performance. Not to be outdone,
the "Playhouse of Stars" gave
Helen Hayes $5,000 for an hour's
But in this big spending pro-
ducing better TV dramas? The
productions are getting to be so
grandiose that all available TV
script material is beginning to
wane. Such veteran shows as
"Kraft's TV Theatre," now in its
234th show, have pretty much
exhausted the available plays for
Delving into the classics is one
solution offered by "Studio One."
Such notable plays as those by
Chekhov, Henry James and Shake-
speare are bringing forth high
quality dramas again to TV.
* * *
STILL, VIDEO drama is on
shaky ground.rThe qualities of
shows waver from week to week,
as TV producers strive to master
their medium, But TV drama
seems to have a good future ahead
of it, according to a recent tele-
vision poll in which sponsors, TV
advertising agents and workers
voted enthusiastically in favor of
live dramatic shows in a group of
fourteen types of TV entertain-
On Sweden Set
Prof. Clare E. Griffin of the
business administration school will
lecture on "Socialism and Capital-
ism in Sweden," at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in the Rackham Amphithe-
Folk Danme Slated
The Inter-Arts Union will spon-
sor a group dance for anyone in-
terested in Slavic and Scandinav-
ian folk-dancing at 8 p.m. today in
the League Ballroom.
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LOVE THRIVES DESPITE GHOSTS
* * * * *
married, as her nuptials will put
an end to the maidens' most ag-
Dave Murray, '53, will play the
frustrated Robin Oakapple, with
Lois Wasserman, '54, portraying
Rose-Maybud, and Frank Porretta,
'52SM, as Dick Dauntless.
Tickets for those who wish to
witness "Ruddigore" shenanigans
are now on sale at the Lydia Men-
delssohn box office. They can be
purchased for $1.20 and 90 cents.
All seats for Wednesday night's
performance will sell at a special
90 cent rate.
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Continues Nightly except Monday through Nov. 25
Beaumont Fletcher's Elizabethan Comedy
The Knight of the Burning Pestle
ARTS THEATRE CLUB
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1951
VOL. LXIV, NO. 42
Open House, President's Reside:
Members of the faculties and staf
the University and townspeople are
vited by President and Mrs. Ha
Hatcher to an Open House at the Pr
dent's Residence, 815 S. UniversityA
nue, Sunday, Nov. 18, from 3 to 6
8 to 10 p.m.
Women students are expected to
the second half of their League H
bills by Nov. 17.
Office of the Dean of WomeI
Veterans who are entitled to a par
refund of tuition under the G.I.
for the present semester and who h
not filled out Veterans Administra
re-entrance forms and/or veteran e
tion cards are asked to call at
Veterans Service Bureau, Rm.J
Admin. Bldg., no later than Nov.2
Registration: Students are remin
that registration for business,! indu
and professions, and teaching isr
open. Blanks may be obtained at
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.'
Bldg., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. of this
week. After .Fri., Nov. 16, registration
forms will not be available until next
Jan. 15, 1952.
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ice Junior Management Assistant and
Junior Professional Assistant examina-
tions must be filed by Nov. 13.
The White Cross Hospital of Colum-
bus, Ohio, is in need of a man trained
in journalism and public relations to
be employed as an executive secretary
in their Publications Department.
The Illinois Commercial Telephone
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chemical Engineering, Methods Engi-
neering, and Chemical Engineering.
The Inter-American Schools Service
of the American Council on Education
announces opportunities for teaching
grants abroad under the 1952-53 Ful-
bright Act. These positions are for
Egypt, Turkey, and Greece.
The State Civil Service Commission
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