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THURSDAY, ARCH 11, 1926.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ST. LOUIS.-Barring a setback, Max England that the amount paid by the
Carey, star outfielder and captain of Prussian Stud administration' for the
the world champion Pittsburgh Pir- well known race horse Poisoned Ar-
ates, will leave the hospital here the row was 30,000 bounds, plus 5 per
latter part of this week for the club's cent commission to the agent who ef-
training camp at .Paso Robles, Cal. fected the deal.
He has been suffering from a severeJ------
case of grippe.
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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC
Endowed by Mary Louise Curtis Bok
Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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William E. Walter
Executive Director
Mr. Charles A. Sink
Universty School of Music
Ann Arbor, Michigan
My Dear Mr. Sink:

March 6, 1926

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Univ. of Mich. Band, now being
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &
SON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
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once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.
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TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
SCALP Treatment given Monday;
Wednesday and Friday evenings for
men. Hours 7 to 10. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Anderson Beauty Par-
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Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
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VICTOR Single FaceRed Seal Rec-
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inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
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Music House. tf.
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I have read with much interest the prospectus of the thirty-third May
Festival which you have been good enough to send me. It has been very
gratifying to me as an alumnus of the University whose interest in music is
naturally very keen, to see the constant progress made in the programs of
your festivals, not only in the works to be performed, but in the list of
artists employed.
The May Festival at Ann Arbor has come to play a very vital part
in the development of musical life in Michigan. The program which you
have outlined for this year strikes me as admirable in every respect. I only
wish that I were able to attend some of the concerts.
With kindest regards, I am
Cordially yours,
(Signed) WILLIAM E. WALTER,
Executive Director.

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R. E. JOHNSTON
Manager

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MUSICAL CELEBRITIES
1451 Broadway
Northwest Corner of 41st Street
New York
Mr. Charles A. Sink
University School of Music
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Associate
Miss Lulu G. Breid

February 20, 1926

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Dear Mr. Sink:
Received your letter enclosing the list, which is a fine one, and you
should have a splendid festival.
Wtih two very fine sopranos, one great contralto, one great tenor, one
superb tenor, one fine baritone, one very fine violinist and one very fine
pianist-it is a great course and nothing can stop the Ann Arbor Festival
this Spring.
Good luck to you. I am only sorry that none of my artists will be
there to share in the honors. .
Sincerely,
(Signed) R. E. JOHNSTON.

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MAINTAINING
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
HENRI VERBRUGGHEN, Conductor
Arthur J. Gaines, Manager
Oflices: Suite 405, 1111 Nicollet Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cable Address: Minorch, Minneapolis
March 3, 1926
Mr. Charles A. Sink
Secretary and Business Manager
University Sclhool of Music
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Dear Mr. Sink:
This acknowledges receipt of your letter of March 1, together with
circular announcing your thirty-third annual May'Festival.
Please accept my warmest congratulations upon the wonderful array
of artists that you have assembled for this festival, not forgetting the wonder-
ful Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Mr. Frederick Stock.
I am sure that with such forces at his command M r. Moore will give
some marvelous performances, and were it not for the fact that our Orchestra
will be on tour at the time of the Festival, I would certainly expect to come
clown and nav you a visit and hear these wonderful concerts.

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