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May 11, 1927 - Image 10

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SEC.U RE NOTED AMERICAN PIANIST
TO APPEAR AT ANNUAL FESTIVAL
On, of the best-known and most factor Ii making his name well-known
Prominent of American pianists, her-ion that conltinlent. 11ec studied in Gee-
' neatt l t. hc'5of has been secured as ,nmny and followed uip with concert
'tt"'' at 'v~avtour's through out that country, Itus-
an attracion a the 34th annual1nla I ia England Australia, andt the Unit
Festvalwhih wll e l'ddIn illed 'States. Since those early days lBut-
auditorium May 1 8, 19, 20, and 21. He cheson has played with all tihe larger
bus< Img be n touring this country; symphony organizations. lie has also
aIv ab3diSaefv~ ins n madle several New York recitals every
i~ w I 10> > tothe5tn il iii ulic. year.
It Is t houf;lt lby officials of the Fes- l The exceptional versatility if Ibis
e i, l that Ji- will we ove to bo of equal artist was dlemonstrated ding the
('r awing power w l'h any of the Wtier, season of 1924-25. when he ga ve a ser-
r ifts ciigaIge(1. Iics of seven recitals covering the en-
lliitche soii is by bil,h in usIPUtral'an tire literature of the piano froin the
lbut hais <(l. seu Ito adopt this country 16th century to the present. This
as his licm!e, lHe has been trained' was claimed by critics to be a nionu-
_iii a ll the~ worldl cap~itals, and! his E u- ( mental "achievement in the musical
rnoanr career has beeni a considerable I world.

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Fielders' Gloves................. $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Baseball Bats.............. ... 25c, 75c, -$1.00, $2.00
Baseballs................. 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $2.00
Tennis Rackets ........ $2.75, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00
Tennis Balls..................'.75c, for 1927 Make
Golf Balls ..... .......... 35c, 50c, 75c, $-1.00, $1.25
Golf Sets................... $10.00, $20.00, $25.00
Pitching Shoes ................. $2.50 per Set of Four
Roller Skates................ $2.00 pair, Union make
Our stock is complete and our service is prompt. Call

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How many chaps ate lost in the shuffe just from lack of
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