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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta District The Lethbrtdgc Herald Local news Second Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, January 18, 1975 Pages 17-32 Photo story by Bill Groenen ELIZABETH NEMETH CONCENTRATES STUDENTS SHAPE UP AT THE RAIL Classical ballet discipline 'essential9 for serious dancing JANE KIMBERLEY ARCHES HER ARMS The dance requires much of those who follow it poise, confidence, grace, balance, precision, timing. To achieve those, demands complete self discipline, practice and hard work. "It's a form of self- says Muriel Jolliffe, of the Jolliffe Academy of Dancing. Ballet is the basic course at the Jolliffe Academy. Everyone starts with it it's necessary for the self- discipline even if they go on to another of the traditional or modern types taught. Dancers can start at three or five, and ages con- tinue up. Mrs. Jolliffe says she has no idea how many dance students are in Lethbridge, but there are least five schools besides hers. Five Lethbridge students have gone on to make the dance their profession Esther Murillo of the National Ballet of Canada, Jane Lee of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Jim Green with a new company in Saskatoon, Sherry Lanier, formerly with Feux Follets and now studying in England and Jeremy Leslie-Spinks of the Swedish Ballet. But why do dancers dance? Every one has a different reason, says Mrs. Jolliffe. "I dance because I have she said. Something inside comes out in dancing that in another person might appear as painting, music or sculpture. MURIEL JOLLIFFE CHECKS STUDENTS' FORM A'f WAy A CHOICE ft ;