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May 11, 1927 - Image 2

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TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1-)27

ALBION WILL DEBATE
ANN ARBOR TONIGHT

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SECURE NOTED AMERICAN, PIANIST
To APPEAR AT ANNUAL FESTIVAL
Onc of the 1r I;f a owtlnd n rn-A1factIor in malting is na Inc I In┬źN
promnifir t, of Americanii pianlists, Er-. on that 'ontinentlI. l1e studied 1n Ce1- f
nest Jli (be 5 leas lbeen11secured1as i " m'and folov.ed vrp withIiconcer t
tours through out that count ry, Rtus
an attract ion at the '14th annual May + ia, Engla~Ataiand the l'nml
Fe'stival which will be0 1~ld il 11111 ed States. Since those early days 1 ut-
atuditrtuin Nfay 18, 119, 20,andai 21. lie ches'on h-as)payed wifh all the larger
has long be'm toiuring this country{ symphony organizations. He ha-. alsoI
811(1 <c rroa'i as a concer~t pianit, an made several New York recit als every;
is Atoll knowvn to t he niujc 1 public, year.
It is lthigFhi by ollicials of thi1'es sThe exceptional versatility'of thisI
tIi t alt bt 1w h wxill prveto he of eq~ual artist was demnistrated(]tdiing til"
( ra 1. i1 )o .1 withi anyv of the other season of .1924-25, when he gave a ser-
artis cK 0ullaged. los of seven recit als covering the en-{
l tclle,>r>i is by bi rt i enAcu of alian Iire literature of the piano fromt theI
bhnl1- hc~s hen to adopt this country -16th century to the present. This
as h is ho,:ne. 11ec' h-i~ 1been1t'vaill('(I as claimed byv critics to be a nlonu-
rtPtI i oI".d eatpifts, and his En-_ mental achievement ill the musicalI
1 (}J11 U(2'rCCIas been a considerable world.I
Rhythm, Harmony, Pep'
Dancing
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BDOB CRUZ ET'S LAKE HOUSE
COTTON PICKERS

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'por Goods in Season'
Catchers' Mitts' ...... $1.00, $ 1.35, $2.009 $3.00
Fielders' Gloves................. $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Baseball Bats.................. 25c, 75c, $1.00, $2.00
Baseballs................ 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $2.00
kTennis Rackets ........ $2.75, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00
Tennis Balls................... 75c, for-1927 Make!
Golf Balls: ...............35c, 59c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25
Glolf Sets................... $10.00, $20.00, $25.00
KPitching Shoes................ $2.50 per Set' of 'Four
Roller Skates................ $2.00 pair, Union make
Our stock is complete ands our service is prompt. Call
at our store and be convinced' that this is the place to buy.
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Fri. and Sat., 9 to 12

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Watch the Drummer
The Big Pavilion, Whitmore Lake.

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Youdon'It have to
play second fiddle
How many chaps are lost in the shuffle just from lack of
funds! Too busy working their way through college to go
out for football. Pockets too empty to take in any fun.
And yet how easy to acquire the wherewithal to promote
them from the blurry background to the clear-cut ranks
of leadership!
Simply turn the summer to good account--selling a product I
every housewife needs.
Fuller Brushes are nationally advertised. Fuller Men are
welcome in ten million homes. Fuller offers you the same
free training in expert salesmanship they give their year
'~round salesmen.
Experience that paves the way to future success. Money to
meet next term's exp.:-scs. Remunerative territories still
open to a limited number of ambitious college men. Men
like you earn $15 daily. Full information from
Rt. S. REESE
Disrict Manager - 411 Woodbrook Bdg '

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