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11,1I ESDAY r , RIL2 ,125PG1 SN HE IHIA Dl

THE -. MICHIGAN - DAILY

PACE SEVEN

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COLOUMN, L A SIfF IE{ OL
COSE COUM
A3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT3 P.M.

BEAUTY SHIOPPES
'three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOPPE
(Above Cushing's)
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Box 76, 2 answers.
Box 67,12 answers.
Box 53, 11 answers.
O 'iICE
Just in
New Spring; Slips and ;-f '
White andl( olors;
Attractive Pie
Th~Ie Quality Shop
30:3 South Main

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LOST-Monday, blue silk hand hag 1Yat(b This Spoce D)aily
ctaining purse with money. Re-
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regularly to avoid unnecessary pain,
- HOST_,.-Friday before vacation near I1
Burn's Park or on a bus, black Pr hi et.Tesm ue
suit-case a foot square. Call 614-R should apply to insurance. Don't
or bring to 1321 Wilmot. Suitablej wait until you .have had a loss. Call!
reward.I us now and we will gladly go over~
I \~A ~ ~~your insurance problems.L

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left in IU. Hall, April 8th. TelephoneI
1457M. Rewvard.
}' TYPEWRITING1

MR. )IUNDUS
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Compacts, watches and pict ures

frames 0f them lost exqluliie 3e elrygly ____________________ .ALL . A LILvcVw a
selections. These aire especially Phone 866
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Phone 1460.
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Phone 342-R.
Read the Want Ads'

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have taken a shower and rub down with a freshly washed
towel, just returned from the laundry-Let us do your
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Six of the Artists
Who are to appear
on programs of the

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LA WV1.tE i CE tilI !uirC
(S ritarre)
"Not since the (lays of Lillian
Nordica has an American heard
such thunders of applause be-
stowedi by a Metropolitan aunl!
ence as fell to the lot of Law-
r'ence Tibbett in the part of
Ford in Boito's 'Falstaff,'" re-
ports the Literary Digest under
date of February 7, 1925.
rtone)
Mr. lTallester was born in
Spain. He sang frequently in
Barcelona, and lter went to
Paris, where lie made his debut
in. opera. Since then hle has
sung with great suIccess in Italy,
$puth America, and with both
the Chicago and Metropolitan
Opera Companies'.
(M aszo-Soprano)
Another member of the Clhi-
cago Civic Opera Company.
Miss Lenshca hats hcir a mem-
ber of European opera com-
panics for several years, and
comes to nAi',n-. ica i he grime

MAY
FESTIVA

Hi Il Auditorium
Aenn Arbor
PA -Y

( Contratc)
M~iss .J'eisle is the po' ,e sor
of one of the most beautul mild
op~ulent voices to, be heard( to-
dhay. She has been withL the
Chicago Civic Opera Conip.ny
since 1923,. making hor debut l
the import ant role of Em da in
"Siegfried."
( Tenor)
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh I
tenor, has been described a
"Evan Williams of this genera-
tion." Since coming to America
he has appeared in practically
all of the nmusic centers of the
East and Middle West in ora-
torio and recital. His engage-
mnents have been veritable tri-
umnphs.
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MISCIA EhtAA
(Violinist)
urned, Mr. Elman is so well known
to the public through his recor(s1 11
Jers to and mnany Concert; appearances

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20, 21, 22, 23

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Sixc Concerts

-Four Da)

Course Tickets on Sale Up to May 1 1th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7

(If Festival Coupon from Choral Unijn ticket is ref
deduct $3 from these prices.') Address or(C

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