Would , Tin prove Movie Musicj. : Statr; regulation of "movie" music music is a plan recently started by P. A. Ueucli,' head' of the Normal School of Music, Jlo.vie. IIUIHÍC, in the opinion of ¡Mr. Boacli. should be censored as well as'the lilms. : "The plan is to furnish music for the picture shows." snys'Mr. Beacli. "W e expccl 10" lend music for the Jniisicians or furnish piano 1 rolls or a• viclrola for every movie theater in Kansas. -''This will Insure music of a better chu-s, Community Kinging -w.ilI r lje introduced ^between acts of bo film. Tlio words-and music will >6 thrown on the screen by the us<; if the slides supplied by .-.us. Wo .hall get tiie coopcrali'on of Hie pubic pubic school music" Instructors/who will vlacc students in various ¡parís ot lie theater' to lead off ¡it Hie sing- i!g. Tbe old songs of Ihu country, latriotic songs, and home songs thus iill he learned by the people of the community; .ami an Interest in better uusic will 1 :bis aroused. "In sonic caaos high school organ- xalions will lease the theater for a i ial niglu an<l put on between, film!» i glee club concert, a high school orchestra orchestra or quartet." Stafford will begin Uu; movement n Kansas towards bettor tnoVic mil- sir February 21. A five-reel film will n> 'interspersed with "Old Folks at Home;" "Old Kentucky -Homo;" •Star Spangled Banner;-" "Battle Hymn of tho Republic;" "Aniio Laurie;" Laurie;" "America," and "Dixie." The Stafford orchestra will plaj r the accompaniment accompaniment under Dio direction of Miss Nina Itiggs, supervisor Of music music in the Stafford schools, and graduate of the Normal School of Music. Other movements in extension ntiiKlc initiated by tho N'onnnl have hcon telephone concerts, music by parcel post, community singing, and traveling appreciation course.