DIAGHILEFFRUSSEBy William J. Guard, of the Metropolitan Opera Staffwe'd do just the same thing with him. If he didn't like it-well. I think we'd make him, like it and perhaps you won’t find it so painful after all.’*Diaghileff looked thoughtful for a moment or two, then picked up his knifo and foHt and after half a dozen mouthfuls and a sip of choice old sherry, remarked. resignedly:“Perhaps! Perhaps:**Those two militant Russian seasons in Paris were but the beginning. Diaghileff was only preparing the ground. He had plans newer and bigger to unfold—the apotheosis of choreography. He hadFor the Indianapolis engagement of the Diaghileff Ballet Russe at the Murat, March 9, 10 and 11, Ona B. Talbot, under whose local management the ballet appears here, announces the following repertory: Thursday Night, March 9—“Cleopatre”; “Le Spectre de la Rose”; “Soleil de Nuit”; “Carnaval.”Friday Night, March 9—“Les Sylphides”; “Pctrouchka”; “Scheherazade*”Saturday Matineee, March 11—“Thamar”; “L’Apres-Midi d’un Faune”;^‘Prince Igor”; “Scheherazade.”reacwhiA MOMENT FROM THE BALLET, “CA RNAVAL CAUGHT BY FRENCHINTRODUCING THE DIAGHILEFF BALLET. A POSTER BY~ MONTENEGRO.ARTIST.