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THE SHOW-DOWN

PUPIL
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Youthful JENNY SULLIVAN, advanced pupil of the exclusive Ann Jones Dancers, will take an important part in this fall's three Dance Recitals to be held by the popular group. Miss Jones announces the opening of Dancing Classes, beginning this month, in New York City, New Jersey and Brooklyn.

BARITONE
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GEORGE GOULD
Owning what is perhaps one of the finest baritone voices that have ever graced a night club, George Gould has thrilled the crowds at the Cedar Gardens in Cleveland, with his fine dramatic presentations.

APPOINTED
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EDWARD COLEMAN
Well known designer, interior decorator and popular man about Cleveland, was recently appointed Contact Agent by Mr. Herman Rosenblum, president of the Amusement Service Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.

Eddie, as he is known to all the professionals in "Green Pastures" won his spurs last winter as a scout for talent and his knowledge of booking and publicity.

The the-ats favorite as an ace columnist is Earl J. Morris, he leads, others follow
COURTESY SMILIN' DAVE
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