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May 05, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-05

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ESTABLISHED 1818
MDISO4AVEf U-7 . FOR-T -s'FOWILTHTRZET'
Telephone MIurray Till 8800
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETrROIT
To-day, Tomorrow and Satuirday
Mlay 5, 6 and 7
with samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, .Hats and Shoes
for Spring
Send for "Clothe~s and the Hom"~

_____THE MICHIGAN DAILY
promise of a great future. After her
studies at Des Moines, Mrs. Alcock
FESTIVAL NOTES went to New York andi pursued her
work with Paul Savage, Ella Behr, and
Herbert Witherspoon. In 1915 Walt-~
Merle Alcock, contralto soloist in Damrosch, who was seeking ,a special
the performance of the "Elijah" on the soloist for a tour with his New York

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Thursday of the May Festival week, is
an artist whose work in song recitals
and in the big .festivals throughout the
country puts her in the first rank in
the musical world.
She is the daughter of a Methodist
minister and her childhood was spent
in Andover, Mo. Later she lived in

Symiphony orchestra, heard, her and
was so pleases with her work that he
engaged Mrs. Alcock for the tour.
.Since that time she, has been heard
in 12 solo appearances with the Boston
Symphony orchestra and in.-more than t
50 with the New York Symphony. Lastj
season she took part in nine of the!

Paying. You'r Own Way
You are interested in profitable work ,which, will add in a
direct way to your college education.
A good proposition for you selling brushes in your home
town or elsewhere during the summer months. Ac'cepted ap-
plicants will be trained free before school is out-no time lost!
For further "information write 1007 E. Huron or Call
I268between 6:30 and 7:15 P. M.x

Iowa and South Dakota., It is said that leading music festivals throughout the
some of her freedom of the plains has country.
gone into her singing. Fames Huneker'I
the famous New York critic, says that Stu1dents Organize Wesley Club'
she "has a way with her,"' particularly Monday night at the residence of
in her soings, that melts the formal at-+ Mrs. C. W. Gill, 1710 Cambridge road,
mosphere of a concert, and there is no more than 60 students organized the
doubt that a considerable measure of Wesley club. The membership is corn-
her popularity is built around this: posed of studdents who have decided to
characteristic, enter: some form of Christian service
Her university training was obtained upon leaving the University.. Leroy
at Drake, where her singing gave Nufer, '22, was, elected president.

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SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.

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StalrWay to Vogue Shoppe
r - Distinctive Styles and
Careful Workmanship, at
THE VOG UE SHOPPED
MRS. EUGENE CRUM. Phone 795-W . UPSTAIRS
The'.Unique, Shop
of the Campu's
CARL BA Y JEWELER
DEL GENA N
Custom Tailor
NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
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Footwear of Quality and ,Distznction
CLOSED DURING ALL "AT HOME" GAMES,
inerva Yarns Futurist Underwear
Woman 's Exchange
1r'anco-A7merican Hygienic Goods

{Dress Makers

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Candy

Ice Cream ~

Farmersi & Mechanics Bank
Engraving .& Embossing
Order your VISITING CARDS 0. D®MR RILL
now find avoid possible delays.
19 per cent discount on all orders 17 Nickels grcad(
received before May 10. {
x Stair-way Exit from Arcade Cafeteria
Remember MotherA
May 8
With a .Box ofA
2l etsy Ross Candies D
A, Give us the name, we do the rest.
B etsy .Ross Shop' GOOD,
FOOD
frfu edical Dental C
BOOK,
Bought. -Sold or Exchanged A
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Mothers "to a j OIRECTT
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Special Discount. on
ALL COLLEGE GOODSA
Dar~i~ an Maleaux Right Prices
Darlier ad MaheauSecond Floor
Stairway to Arcade Cafeteria

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Flowers

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DON'T
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MOTHER,

Jane
Singleton
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DANCES FRIDAY

AND

SATURDAY

BEST MUSIC IN TOWN.

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