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Metropolitan news. (Chicago, Ill.) 1935-19??, February 27, 1937, Image 1

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19 Published by the Metropolitan News, Inc. _ c. i. j -mu rtrT .Anr, All Telephones Founded May. 1935
becond Year—No. 12 at 3453.57 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, III, Saturday, February 27, 1937 calumet 6562By n. k. McGill
PRESIDENT HEARS
MITCHELL CHARGE
DISCRIMINATION
Page 3
....WLJaL'UMfc*
• (TIMES I’iiolo).
ROLAND HAYES, at left, the in
ternationally known tenor, made
his first appearance in New York
in two seasons last Sunday after
noon at Town Hall there and the
New York critics declared that he
was in better voice than he ever
was. They were profuse in their
praise of him. One declared: “His
voice seems to have gained flexibil
ity and ability to assume the par
ticular vocal hue necessary for the
expressive atmosphere of any giv
en song.”
LOUIS AND BRADDOCK MEET AT LAST! ! !
This is the setting in the Roosevelt Room, Hotel LaSalle,
when and where Louis and Braddock put their fists upon the
sheet that calls them here for the great June bout.
Many interested admirers of the pair were present as well as
their management, witnessing the signing which is the last
act required of each of the combatants. Look at them and
see if you can decide now who will be who when the big night
is over. We wish them both well and the best of luck.
FRED D. MORRIS DIES AFTER
LONG ILLNESS, WAS AUDITOR
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