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T H . MICHICAN DAILY

SATUDAY, .APRIL 5, 10

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1 SUPPLIANTS ASK

Looking down the nave of St. t
Peters in the Vatican 'city, where l
thousands heard ;prayers for reli-
gious freedom in the Soviet domin-
ions.
Detroit Cafe Owner
Fleeced of Savings
by Confidence Men
(By Associated Press)
DTROIT, April 4.-This is the
'story of a confidence game con-
ceived in Detroit -and executed on!
world wise Broadway to the dis-
comfiture of one Henry Elspas, a,
Gotham restauranteur.
Elspas, who has a restaurant out
where Broadway crosses 102nd St.,
said four Detroiters did him out off
getting $15,000 more, all becausel
he didn't catch on soon enough.j
Elspas was not suspicious when
two men proposed to buy his res-
taurant. It seemed quite natural
for one of the men to find a pdck-l
etbook in a New York hotel and
there didn't seem to be anything
irregular in the owrner's rewarding
them by an "inside tip" on a De-
troit betting syndicate. The tip won
a theoretical $237,000 and Elspas
came here to collect.
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FOR FREEDOM
'FRONT VMUL NEWS'
Section of San Francisco Paper
' Reproduced in Laboratories
by Automatic Recorder.
SCHENECTADY, N. Y., April 4.-
Delivery of business mail and
even newspapers by radio was seen
as a future possibility by engineers
today after a demonstration of
facsimile transmission of the co-
plete front page of a paper across
the continent.
The first page of the San Fran- -
cisco Call Bulletin was reproduced
full size in a radio laboratory here I-
three hours after it left the press
2,500 miles away Thursday by r
means of a new type automatic
i carbon recorder.t
The recorder, which is still in a
highly experimental stage, can be!
attached to any radio receiving set
like a loud speaker. A roll of I t
paper eight inches wide moves
a ! through the machine at the rate of
one-half inch a minute. The news-
paper page was recorded in three !
strips which were then pasted to-
gether.
The engineers said the model
used was three inches wider than
' the first one made'and they did not
believe that the width was limited
to the present size.
NOW Continuous
SHOWING Shows
1:30-11:00
BRANDED AS A COWARD
Yet he battled a Zeppelin for supremacy of the air.
with
JOHN GARRICK-HELEN CHANDLER
ALSO
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le thtfrs da
ins
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SUNDAY
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"HAPPY DAYS":
Will sooz be here.
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2:00
3:50
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"Young Amcrica' s Boy-Friend" as 7:.(t
you like hin r The charming lover
of "Close Harmony" and "Illusion." 50c
With a new girl-friend, Jean Arthur. 25c
And Paul Lukas. In a rousing ac- K
tion-romance. Directed by George
Abbott,
Appointments
POLLY MORAN AND
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I EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS

J. ALBERT *IKER, Assistant enral Manager,
Musical Courier, New York: ,"the list of artists ard
conductors engaged, the organizations which will' par-
ticipate, the works which are to be gien and the 'ex-
cellence of the schedule of presentation, seems to me is
not surpassed by any of our festivals."
JAMES E. DEVOE, Manager Philharmohic Concert
Co., Detroit: "Knowing as I do the cost of ais, I
realize that you have gone the limit 'to give May' Fes-
tival patrons a great grray. t' should bebhg the' iiist
artistic series of concerts you have ever rsset d id
that means one of the greatest eV'er presentdd In this
country."
ADA 'ICKING, State Director of Music Education,
Lansing: "It is truly a most marvelous and vaied
array of great personalities and the program is a most
delightful one. The surprise is that it annually in-
cludes some distinct, "inique, and outstanding offering
which as a result carries 'the audience in the turent
of national events."
MARGIE McLEOD, Western Manager, Musical
America, Chicago: "No doubt it is the biggest thing
in the country and I am happy to read about it."
L. E. BEHYMOR, Manager The Philharmonic
Courses, Los Angeles, Calif: "I must congratulate you
upon your quartet of director and conductors. It is a
tremendous undertaking aid the three big musical num-
bers that you ate presentiig require ability, finesse and
a super-knowledge of music.
LEO C. MILLER, Director Miller Studios, St. Louis,
Missouri: "You have made, an excellent choice of
soloists, and. I am delighted to see the list of choral
works you have chosen."
ADOLF WEIfIG, Amerian Conservatory of Music,
Chicago, Illinois: "Such an array of jarticipating
artists-the best in 'the land! And suchchoral works!"
RUTH HALLER OTTAWAY, President, The Na-
tional Federation of Musio Clubs, Port Huron: "Your
roster of artists is a brilliant one. Many will attend
the Festival to hear the exquisite voice of Claire Dux.
We are especially pleased to note the prsence of
Kathryn Meisle, who, some years ago, was the choice
for the first place in thc etire country, in our Na-
tional Federation of Music Clubs Young Artists' Con-
tests."'
D. M. SWARTHOUT, Dean, School of Fne Arts,
Lawrence, Kansas: "I doubt whether it can be excelled
anywhere in the country. Such a proram 4ser es
a s'ellout.' May it have the success it richly deserves."
SELBY OPPENHEIMER, Concert Manager, San
Francisco: "I "cannot refrain from congratulating you
on the splendid selection you have again made. As I
have exressed to you before;, the Ann Arbor Festival
is undoubtedly the foremost of its kind in America."
HERBERT M. JOHNSON, 'Manager Chicago Civic
Opera Company: "This is certainly a very fin 'epre-
sentative list, 'better 'than anything that Ii have seen
in a long time, arid I am sure the audiences will be
entirely pleased with their work."
PAUL J. WEAVER, Cor'nell', Unversiy, Ithaca, New
York: "The Ann Arbor May Fe'stival is a 'High light
in the American music seasn. I feel that you are
outdoing yourself in the splendaid pogram which yu
have under way."
MRS. EDGAR STLLMAN. KELLY, Ex-President
National Federation of 'Music Club, Oxford, Ohio:
"My congratulations upon the fact that you have been
able to secure, so 'long a list of great artists for your
forthcoming May Festival in Ann Arbor."
OSCAR C. CRESS, President, Grand Rapids Con-
servatory of Music: "I wish to say that I think it a
splendid representation of talent with a sprinklig of
new-comers among many of the old favorites."
PETER W. DYKEMA, Professor of Music Education,
Columbia University: "The list of artists and organ-
izations participating in the 1930 May Festival at Ann
Arbor, together with the excellent, choral works selected
are abundant evidence that the high standards of pre-
ceding years are being adequ.ately maintained."
LOUIS ICKSTEIN, President, The Ravinia Opera
Company, Chicago: "It is 'gratifying to know that geat
educational institutions like the University of Michigan
are making provision for cultural advancement. Your
list of artists is admirable, and when these are taken
Into account, together with the fact that you are pre-
senting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, under the
baton of Dr. Frederick Stock, which is one of the
greatest symphonic bodies the world knows 'today, I
fully believe that your program will be outstanding
among the festivals of America."
ROY DICKINSON WLCH, Chairman, Department
of Music, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts:
"It is a most distinguished list, of artists th-"t you an-
nounce for the Annual May Festival."
J. N. WEBER, President, American Federarv. ,i of
Musicians, New York: "It is with great pleasure that
I have reviewed the 'list of artists foti the May Festival.
I desire to compliment you for the excellence of your
selection and the value of your intensive activity in
the interest of Musical Art. "
RUSSELI V. MORGAN, Directing Supervisor, De-

partment of Music, Cleveland, Ohio: "The May Fes-
tival at Ann Arbor is one of the outstanding musical
events of America. It seems almost impossible that
such a large group of outstanding music performers
can be gathered together to participate in one week's
offering of the finest things in music."
HOWARD HANSON, Director of Music, Eastman
School of Music, Rochester, New York: "You are cer-
tainly to be congratulated most heartily on the program
outlined, both in regard to works to be presented and
in choice of soloists. The May Festival fully deserves
it, reputation as one of the most notable and important
festivals in the country."
WILLIAM E. WALTER, Manager, St. Louis Sym.
phony Society, St. Louis: "You certainly have a mos
formidable list of artists, and the works that you have
in prospect make certain that the Festival will be a
notable one. Honegger's, 'King David' to mind is the
choral work which is destined to hold a high place in
music for many years to come.".

PEtIXBOROWSKI, Chicago: "You hav'e succeeded
in wathering a notably brilliant array. I am impressed,
too, h " 'ie worth and interest of the great choral
Worksw'hich you propose -to interpret with your ,fine
'chorus and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. They
would bring great triumphs in their train."
C :M. EMAINE, Director, National Bureau for
th Advancment of Music, New York: "We congratu-
┬░Iate you pon your program for the Thirty-Seventh
A1t'al 'Mi y lestival of the University of Michigan,
which weo hare sure will be a helpful stimulus to fine
music in the community. Your list of artists is niost
imhpressive.
CHAR ES N. BOYD, Director Pittsburgh Musical
,ltisitute,' Pittsburgh: "It would be hard to get a finer
list of attractions. The works chosen for performance,
the University Choral Union, the Chicago Orchestra,
and such a list of soloists should be an irresistible com-
bination."
EDITH M. KELLER, 'State Supervisor of Music,
Columbus, Ohio: "The School of Music of the Uni-
versity of Michigan is to be congratulated upon its
efforts in behalf of good music.' You are doing a most
commendable piece of wo'rk 'in bringing such an array
to your community."
FRANCIS L. YORK, Detroit Institute of Arts, De-
troit: "The list of great artists is positively staggering,
-how you can 'get such a constellation of stars to-
gether for one festival I can not understand. The May
Festivals have , always been outstanding events in the
musical sistory of Michigan but this one in my opinion,
bids fair to surpass all the others."
14ARPER C. MAYBEE, Director of Music, Western
State Teachers College, Kalamazoo, Michigan: "Kindly
accept my most hearty congratulations on again pre-
sentirg to the musical public of Michigan and to the
Middle West, one of the broadest and most compre-
hensive arrays of great contrasting choral works, in-
comparable organizations, virtuoso artists, and master
musical directors."
JAMES T. QUARLES, Dean of the Student of Fine
Arts, Columbia, Missouri: "A performance of the Bach
"Nagnificat' is real choral tour-de-force. The soloists
selected are all from the world's greatest, and when
taken in connection with the Chicago Orchestra,.should
guarantee performances of outstanding artistic merit."
PIERRE 'V. R. KEY, Editor Musical Digest, New
York: "I feel that' I should extend my congratulations
in the preparation 'of so interesting a program and the
engagement of such a representative list of vocal and
instrumental soloists, as well as the Chicago "Symphony
Orchestra."
BENDLTSON NETZORG, Detroit: "I am particu-
uarly pleased that straight choral numbers are to be
given instead of opera adaptations for the concert
stage." "The singers engaged are of' fine standing and
accomplishments. Little Ruggiero Ricci will' surely be
an attractive addition."
JAMES FRANCIS COOKE, Editor, The Etude,
Philadelphia: "The artists of the 'Thirty-Seventh An-
nual May Festival have quite obviously been selected,
not merely because of their renown in the field of olpera
and concert, but because of their present ability to
contribute toward such a noteworthy even't in the way
to 'enlightenj and ispire 'the public. With the list that
the Festiva'l has this year, its patrons may be assured
of a series of performances of real delight."
PLOIdEN1CE PkENCH, Editor, Musical Leader, Chi-
cago: "Such a remarkable'program should attract wie
attention. I expect to make my twenty-fifth annu'al
visit'to your lovely little city which is so big in achieve-
ment. I 'know of no 'place that runis so true 'to form
in every particular."-
RUBIN GOLDMARK, President, "The Bohemians,"
New York: "My congratulations on your attractive
program for this year's music festival. You are cet4inly
doing wonderful work culturally, both in the Wo'rks
and in the atists you are presenting. My sincere good
wishes for or continued success."
WILLIAM C. CARL, Director, Guilmant Orgian
School, New York: "Allow me also to speak of the
splendid list 'of soloists who are o appear. I am sure
his will be "one. of the most brilliant and successful
festivals you have 'held."
ROSSITER G. COLE, Chicago: "I note with e.
treme pleasure that you to hear Honegger's 'King
'David'' I heard this a couple of weeks ago when Mr.
Stock put it on here with the Cincinnati Festival
Chorus which he brought up for the'occasiop.IFrom
the performance I got the thrill of the season."
F. B. STIVEN, Director of Music, University of
Illinois, Urbana: "The list 'is, as usual, composed of
the finest artists in the country."
' DUDLEY' BUCK, Columbia School of Music, Chi-
cago: "The works you have selected are magnificent,
your soloists are some of the finest we have in this
country and of course everybody knows what the Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra is."
ERNEST HUTCHESON, Dean of the Juilliard
Graduate School, New York City: "I have just read
with much pleasure the list of artists and organizations
to take part in the annual May Festival. It is a
splendid array, and I congratulate you most cordially
on the promise it gives of an unusually fine series of
concerts."
-.
MARGARET H. TYLER, President, Chicago Artists'
Association: a"Your announcement for the May Fes-
tival is most alluring. It is so gratifying to see the
many splendid American artists on the list. The or-

ganizations represented, the works to be produced surely
should make for a most successful season."
RICHARD CZERWONKY, Conductor, Bush Con-
servattry Symphony Orchestra, Chicago: "I was very
much interested to read the splendid.list of artists that
you have secured for this occasion and it is a great
credit to your institution to present such a wonderful
festival."
EDWIN J. STRINGHAM, Faculty Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University, New York City: "You have
one of the most important musical events in the entire
country-a distinct contribution to the advancement of
music in America. In addition, you offer the tickets
at a price much below those of other festivals.
WM. W.. NORTON, Executive Music Organizer,
Flint Music Association, Flint, Michigan: "Your array
of soloists for.your May Festival this year is very out-
standing. In some respects you have surpassed all
previous offerings."

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