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-VO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY.

OPENS TOMORROW:

Sadler's Wells Ballet
To Star Margot Fonteyn

By TAMMY MORRISON

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The current American tour group
of the Sadler's Wells Ballet Com-
pany will give its only midwest
performances tomorrow through
Sunday at the Masonic Audi-
torium, Detroit.
Performances will be given at
8:20 p.m. tomorrow ("Swan Lake"
in four acts) ; at 8:20 p.m. Friday
("Coppelia, Act III; "The Lady and
the Fool" and "Facade"); at 2:20
p.m. Saturday ("Coppelia," Act
III; "The Firebird" and "Facade");
at 8:20 p.m. Saturday ("Swan
Lake," Act II; "The Lady and the
Fool" and "The Firebird") and at
2:20 p.m. Sunday ("Swan Lake"
in four acts).
The Union's special trip for to-
morrow's performance is sold out.
One hundred nineteen students
will leave the Maynard Street en-
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trance of the Administration
Building at 6:30 p.m. for opening
night presentation of "Swan Lake."
Performers Listed
The Sadler's Wells Company is
headed by Margot Fonteyn and
Michael Somes and includes Fred-
erick Ashton, Beryl Grey, Violetta
Elvin, Nadia Nerina, Rowena Jack-
son, Svetlana Beriosova, John
Field, Alexander Grant, John Hart,
Brian Shaw, David Blair and Phil-
ip Chatfield. Robert Irving is the
musical director.
Ticket information for all
performances may be obtained
from Paul Oesterle, Ticket Mana-
ger, Masonic Auditorium, Detroit
(Temple 2-7100).
The Company's new ballet, "The
Lady and the Fool," the work of
John Cranko, is a romantic and
amusing story of the days of
masked ladies, gentlemen in lace
ruffles and motley, street-roaming
clowns.
Score By Mackerras

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Prof. Otake
Describes
Kuki's Book
To Japanese philosopher Shuzo
Kuki, coquetry, daring, and re-
nunciation are the three compon-
ents within the structure of "iki,"
Professor Masaru Qtake pointed
out in a lecture here yesterday.
As guest of the Department of
Far Eastern Languages and Lit-
erature, Professor Otake discussed
Kuki's book "Structure of Iki" and
emphasized the difficulty of trans-
lating the concept of "iki" from
Japanese into another language.
Kuki's book, written during the
pre-World War II era when the
uniqueness of Japanese culture
was being stressed, describes "iki"
as a feminine characteristic with
a certain flair and charm and
having a high standard of taste.
The French word chic comes close
in meaning.
. Professor Otake will take up the
western influence on five Japan-
ese authors with Professor Austin
Warren's comparative literature
seminar today. At 8 p.m. tomor-
row in Rackham's East Conference
Room he will speak before English
Journal Club on Japanese reac-
tions to American humor.
Organization
~ Notices

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The ballet's score was created
by Charles Mackerras, who used
some o fhis own music to link
selections from some of Verdi's les-
ser known works. "The Lady and
the Fool", had its world premiere
at the Sadler's Wells Theatre Bal-
let at the New Theatre, Oxford on
Feb. 25, 1954.
The Sadler's Wells Ballet Com-
pany has come a long way since
its London debut in 1931. Then
it consisted of seven permanent
members who danced in the operas
of the Sadler's Wells Opera Com-
pany-.
When it arrives in Detroit it
f will have 80 dancers, a 60-piece
orchestra, a large crew of tech-
{ nicians, nine baggage cars of scen-
}{. ery, costumes and properties and
a world-wide reputation.
Fonteyn Replaces Markova
Miss Fonteyn was originally a
member of the Sadler's Wells corps
de ballet. When Alicia Markova
left the Company, the 16-year-old
Miss Fonteyn stepped into her
roles.
Under the able leadership of
director Dame Ninette de Valois,
x the Ballet has developed into one
of the great companies of all time,
l; renowned not only for its baller-
inas and solo dancers, but for its
corps de ballet.
2 The Company has two schools,
... the Senior School and the Junior
School. The Senior School func-
tions in the studios and rooms at
Barons Court, while the Junior
School's home is in Richmond
park, a London suburb.

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"'MY SISTER
EI LEEN"

Congregational-Disciples Guild: Bible
Study-"Sermon on the Mount," to-
night, 7:00 p.m., Guild House.
* ** «
Hillel Foundation: Administrative
meeting, Dec. 1, 7:15 p.m., Hillel.
Assembly meeting, tonight, 7:00 p.m.,
Hillel.
Beginning and intermediate classes
in Hebrew instruction, tonight, 8:00
p.m., Hillel.
Friday Evening Sabbath Services fol-
lowed by Oneg Shabbatt, Dec. 2, 7:15
p.m., Hillel.
Religious Committee Meeting, today,
4:15 p.m., Hillel.
* *
11 Circolo Italiano: Tonight, League,
8:00 p.m., speaker, Dr. Kish.
* * *
Industrial Relations Club: Tonight,
7:30 p.m., Edward L. Cushman, Vice-
President in charge of Industrial Rela-
tions, at American Motors Corp. will
speak on "Pattern Bargaining" in the
Student Lounge, Bus. Ad. Bldg., re-
freshments after meeting.
* * *
Inter-House Council: Important meet-
ing, Dec. 1, 7:30 p.m., Dining room 1,
W.Q. The following topics will be dis-
cussed: Solitications in the Residence
Halls, Staff Evaluation reports, and IHC
Judiciary appointments.
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tonight,, 8:00 p.m., Rumpus Room,
League.
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Anthropology Dept. - Student-Faculty,
Coffee Hour, today, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Ter-
race Room, Union.
* * s
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Roommates in the Dormitories," Dr. M.
Newcomb of Social Psychology, Dr. M.
Blalock of Sociology, Mr. O. Arusky of
Psychology will participate, Dec. 1, 8:00
p.m., Aud. B, Angell Hall.
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4:30 p.m., Guildhouse, 502 E. Huron.
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tonight, 7:30 p.m., Mr. Jeltema will
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OPENS TOMORROW AT 8 P.M.
Playing thru Saturday evening
THE FUNNIEST COMEDY IN YEARS?
by SAM & BELLA SPEWACK
(authors of "Kiss Me Kate")
Note: This play is recommended to you only if your
head is securely fastened to your neck. ..
OTHERWISE, YOU'RE SURE TO LAUGH IT OFF!
All Seats $1.50 - Box Office Open Daily 10 A.M.-Curtain Time
Call NOrmandy 8-6300 For Reservations
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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