The Rolling Stones will set off on their year-and-a-half world tour beginning Aug. 1, but Mick Jagger may not be doing all that much rolling, forget rocking. Mrs. Mick, also known as Jerry Hall, is going along for the...

Iris and Gerald Cantor, of the Cantor-Fitzgerald Cantors, have given millions to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and created the B. Gerald Cantor Rodin Sculpture Garden at Stanford University. Their latest gift to Stanford, $10 million, went to repair earthquake damages and to build a center for the visual arts named after them. So is it any wonder the Cantors were presented with the Governor's Arts Award by Gov. Pete Wilson of California in a ceremony that also honored Steven Spielberg? Of course not.

Now these major philanthropists are in London, where today and tomorrow they will give two receptions for the opening of the Samuel Courtauld Collection at the Courtauld Galleries at Somerset House, one of the most important examples of neoclassical architecture in the city. After all that culture, they'll cool off with dinners at Annabel's, the races at Ascot and a little luncheon in their honor given by Turkish Princess Esra Jah, whose social and fiscal clout precedes her, follows her and trots right along beside her.
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