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f THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORK. SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1924 1 1 oeuM,'M jy Gossip of Plays and Players With San Francisco Theater Guild Morris W. Ankrum, who acts the rule of the suspected footman in Winthrop Ames and Guthrie Mc plintlc's production of "In the Next )oom," the mystery-melodrama hit t the Vanderbilt Theater, gained iuch of his knowledge of actin? Jut-ins his student days at the TJnl- .' rsity of California and immediate ly thereafter in the Theater Guild of San Francisco. He was a member of the latter organization for two years before coming East. While a student at Berkeley lie had ap peared in the Greek Theater and in the University's own Little Theater. During the year of his post-graduate work at the university he was the director of the Little Theater. During Mr. Anknim's two years with the Theater Guild in the Golden Gate cily such dramatists as Shakespeare. Shaw, Milne, Wilde, Schnitz-Ipr and Dnnsany were represented. He played characters and leads. The Kan Francisco Guild was directed by Samuel Hume, formerly director of Detroit's Little Theater. The Guild started in Berkeley, where performances were given in the big lecture hall on the university campus. Last year the organization moved to San Francisco and presented "Miss Lulu Rett," "Enter Madame," "The S. S. Tenacity" and other plays, but this year it is again back in Berkeley. . . The Days of Wooden Indians. Iawrenco Eyre received recently s letter complimenting him on his true adherence to tho customs and types of the period of 18T4 in his new comedy, "Merry Wives of ftotham," at Henry Miller's Theater. E 3 "11 Tn i Zy " -it -Z kCJtx j WHACK IF. i feANDtDlTHl V ft JVf S KT ' Ly i jsfg ifwf ' v. clown ' r The writer, a retired banker, la known to have been one of the dash ing young blades of the day when drug stores were distinguished for blocks by the colored urns lighting their windows and cigar stores of fered equally distant though welcome appeal with the ever-present wooden Indian ' towering window- high in front of the store. Included among some pertinent facts of the day is a query inviting the imagina tion concerning the possible forest like appearance of our Broadway today if the cigar stores with their great increase in any given area were all decorated in front with a huge wooaen inrllan. Korests would be leveled and transplanted to the very ousy oia tnorougnrare. AT THE HIPP This week's program at B. F. Keith's Hippodrome will have Pat Eooney and Marion Bent in a new revue of Mr. Rooney's authorship, "Dances of the Hour," which is to be shown for the first time tomorrow afternoon, there being some 50 singers and dancers in the cast, including Mildred Holliday, Eva Mascag-no, Anita Nieto, Joan Voorhees, William Gibbons and Martuccl's Orchestra. ' Arthur Deagon, a favorite comedian of the old Hippodrome, who has more recently been with George M. Oohan's production of "Little Nelly Kelly," will present a routine of songs and comedy ending with dancing specialties. Other acts will be the Reynolds and Donegan skat ing num ber. Andrew Downios' Elephants, Marga Waldron, dancer: the Avon Comedy, the Four Camerons, Billy Bouncer's Circus and Charles Sar gent and John Marvin. A3IUSEMKNTS MANHATTAN. AMUSEMENTS MANHATTAN. F. RAY COMSTOCK & MORRIS GEST Nav6 the great honor to prcient for te first time in America The Greatest and Most Spectacular Production Ever Presented in the History of the World! THE MIRACLE Staicd Dv COMPANY OP 700 MAX REINHARDT PLAYING TO THE BIGGEST RECEIPTS EVER KNOWN IN THE HISTORY OF THE THEATRE. SEATS WOW SELLING UNTIL JUNE 1st PRICES IL00. 11.10. 12.00, 2 .60. $3.00, $4.(10 & (5.00 PLt'S 10 TAX. 00 SKATS at 11.00. S0O SKATS at 11.60, and 500 SEATS t J2.00 at EVERY PRRPORMANOE. MAIT, ORDERS NOW. MOaRIS GB3fl CENTURY THEATRE, N. V. CENTURY TEA ! St. Central Park West. Even, ot . Mat. t . rur. mats. wbu. ft BAT. Mat. Prices SL, I.bl Direction Lea J. J. Bhubert 60. 12 and S3. By Publln Pemnnd 8 EXTRA POI'VIAB MATrVKES GOOD FRIDAY. APRII, 18TH JEASTEB MONDAY. APRIL S1ST EUNA ORR J "'PARADISE ALCCy SHU8ERT- CRBKBrSm Bertram Peacock Bertram Peacock, who plays Franz Schubert in "Blossom Time," which returns to the Majestic The ater this week, is a native Phlladel- phian and a University of Pennsyl vania man. Mr. Peacock's father as the late Dr. Thomas H. Peacock, a member of the faculty of Hahnemann Medical College. While the younger Peacock was still a boy in the public schools he showed a talent for vocal music. His early musical education was supervised by his Bister, known professionally as yivana Blckman, who later studied abroad for 14 years under Marches! and other noted teachers. As a boy of 16 vounfr Peacock sang in St. Mark's Church. Philadel phia. He was the bass soloist. His voice never changed and he Mas spared tho period so common to young singers who never know AMTJSEMENTS MANHATTAN. THE ARISTOCRAT AMONG COMEDY TRIUMPHS The SWAN With EVA Le GALLIENNE Basil rtathbone. Philip Merivate, Hilda. Spong, AUaon Sklpworth. Halliwell Hobbea. RlchU JitiK ac the W3 T Weat i St. Ere. 1:20 Wl Mats. Wed. & Sat. 2:20 B. F. KEITH'S LA B'war and 7th St. Tel. Bryant 4300 Concert SnndaTt 2 and 8il5 P.M. WEEK IHXil.V. MONDAY. MARCH 34 ANN PENNINGTON & BROOKE JOHNS BLOSSOM SEELEY and BENNIE FIELDS WALTER C. KELLY MR. & MRS. JIMMIE BARRY WILTON SISTERS Jack PATTEN & Loretta MARKS WILLIAMS & TAYLOR Other. POPPY ELTrNfrE West 42 St. Evs.8:20. Mats. Wed. and Sal. t 2:: The Comedy Hit or the Season SPRING CLEANING With Violet HemlnB, Estelle Wlnwood, Arthur Byron. A. E. Matthews; others. APOLLO Thea., W. 42d St. Evs. 8:30 Mats. Wed. and Sat. 2:30 MADGE KENNEDY with W. C. FIELDS In th MONTH. SEATS 8 WEEKS AHEAD Biggest Musical Comedy BUI ot the Year Geo. Choos' Screaming Musdcal Comedy MR. BATTLING BUTTLES. With William Kent ft Charles Rngglri SHIAVYM Thea. Mats. Wed, and Sat. ANDRE C HARLOT'S REVUE OF 1924 With BEATRICE I.II.UE, CERTRFDE LAWRKM'K and JACK BUCHANAN (The Kevue Intimate) TTMES SO Thea.. W. 42d St. Eves. "' Mats. Wed. & Bat. 2:20 i Carnegie Hall, Wed. Ev., Mar.26 " SCHOLA CANTORUM KURT SCHTNDL.ER, Conductor Assisted by rOBINA "WRIGHT J. DELAQUERRIERE HELEN NIXON PAVEL. MJDIKAR CARLOS SALZEDO LOUIS ROBERT and string orchpstra of the PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY Pebuaey's "Danse .Sacree," "Dansa Profane"; CorlBslmi's "Jephtha's Daughtpr" i lat time Jiere) ; Pizzetti'a Mass (new) ; Hoist's "Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda (new). Seats at Box Office. (Knabe Piano) Knickerbocker 5' w"sti T' Mats. Wed. & Sat. 2:25 ItENRT W. RAVAGE, INC., Otters the NEW DANCING MUSICAL. HIT LOLLIPOP Zalda Seera' Book, Vincent Youmacs Music w"h ABA-MAY (Weeks) PHILADELPHIA 1 ORCHESTRA T.EOPOIjD RTOKOWSKI. Conductor CARNEGIE I TUESDAY MAR 25 at HALL, EVENING. 8:30 ,"IATTmTALTlle'1- 41 st w- of B'y. Ev. J-B.Xiinmi Mat Thuis. & Sat. at 2 "Magnificent and stirring entertainment throughout." Heywood Broun, N.Y. World WALTER HAMPDEN In CYRANO de BERGEBAC MAIL OIIDERS 4 WEEKS AHEAD. TVfTTTriVr THEA., W. 46th St. Eva. :20 iiiiiUlti MallneM Thurs. & Sat. at 2:20 SWEET SEVENTEEN "A. HOST OP GOOr TVS." Poat. Xl. t. Keith'a ew York HIPPODROME Keith's Yfonder Show MAT. TODAY AT 2:10 TONIGHT. 8:10 B.ITZ West 4Sth St. Eves, at :30 Mats. Wed. anil Sat. at 2:1 OUTWARD BOUND The SHAME WOMAN rniWTTlY'rhea.. 41 St.. E. of It'way. Eve witunil s.30 Mals ThurSp 4 Sat st 2:30 THEATRE (.11L1) rRODl't'TlONS BKBNARD 8HAWS Latest ati4 Oreateet Plan SAINT JOAN EMPIRE THEATRE Broadway at 40th. Eva. S:2fl Mats. Wed. and Sat. 2.Z9 FATA MORGANA A fnmett! fly ERNST VA.IOA GARRICK THEATRE 5 West 36th St. Evs. 8:30 Mate. Thurs. & Sat. 2:30 vt'hothpr as younsf men they are to sirs: or nol. H was soloist for four years at ht. Mark's. After a ppriod at the University ot Pennsylvania young Peaeock dc-ciderl to study music seriously with a vifw to making a career. His staler became a member of the faculty of Peabody Institute, lit Baltimore, in order to take charge of his train-irr. Peacock remained at the Baltimore institution for seven years. Ills training; at the University of Pennsylvania stood him in good stead and he wasablo to win a diploma at Peabody. He received the first award by Peabody and Mabel Garrison the second. Since thai time none others have been awarded, as the examination is one of the otiffest known in the country. At the end of his seven years at Peabody Institute, Mr. Peacock went lo the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in New York, as baritone Foloist. Ht; was there for three years. ilie A boms, who had taken the Century Theater for a season of opera. huird him at, the Cathedral and placed him among the principal iingers of their company at the Cen-lury. There he alternated with Thomas Chalmers, now with the Aletropolitun Opera in New York. J After a year the Shuberts placed I. im in their elaborate revival of the Gilbert ar.d Sullivan 'Pinafore" at the Hippodrome. Peacock had the role of the Captain. He was with this production two years at the Hippodrome and on tour. Then followed two years as leading baritcme with the Society of American Singers at the Park Theater, New York, during which all the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and many others were given successfully. The next season was spent by Mr. Peaeock as assistant to S. L. Roth-apfel at the Capitol Theater, in New York. He sang there and aided in the management of tho house. VEW FRENCH PLAYS. Mme. Simone's repertoire of matinees at. the Gaiety Theater for this week will be as follows: Tuesday, "La Couturlere de Lunevllle," by Alfred Savoir: Thursday, "Le Passe," by Georges de Porto-Riche; Friday, repetition of "La A'ierge Folle," by Henry Bataille. MrsiC FOR VERA I.AVROVA. For the American debut of Vera Lavrova (Baroness Michael Royce Garrett) at the Winter Garden in "Artists and Models" tomorrow eve. nlng. Albert Goodman, general musical director for the Shuberts. Iiaf. arranged a general musical settling composed of themes from the gr-nd pperas which the Baroness has sung abroad. The coloratura soprano Is to ring at her debut two very difficult pieces of music: The Hindu tsong AMrSF.MF.XTS BROOKLYN. AMUSEMENTS BROOKLYN. m MAJESTIC Eve. 50c to $2; Sat. Eve., $1 to $2.50; Mats. Wed. & Sat., 50c-$1.50. H Return of the world-famous Franz Schubert Operetta ,;; Mcsr. I,EK mill J. J. SIU BKRT Present STEWART FRENCH Present TUB SMASHING COMEDY HIT OV THE TEAK TfyeSHOW-OFF Playhouse ' E-of B'' Bfy- :6:8. J Mts.Wed..Sat.2:36. Evs.8:35 VOU SiMPLV Ml'ST MEET the WIFE With MARY B0LAND KLAW THEATRE. VV. 46 St. E"8.:37 Mats. Wed, and Sat. !:.17 St! YEAR IN NEW YORK! JOHN GOLDEN PRESENTS 7th HEAVEN 74th Hk. 28th to 633d Times BOOTH West 6th st Eves, at 8:30 Matinees Wed, and Sat. at !:30 TR A 7.T.T. Theatre, W. 43 St. Evs. 8:110 Matinees Wed. & Sat. at 3:30 HELL-BENT FER HEAVEN with ArtH'STIN nrNCAX. CiLENN ANDERS 4- iKO. ABBOTT GOOSE HANGS HIGH with Norman Trevor. Mrs. WUiffea and Kath. Grey BIJ0ITThca- 46 SL.W. ot B'way. Evs.8:30 """""Matinees Wed. and Sat. at 2:30 MOVES T0M0RB0W NIGHT TO WINTER GARDEN ARTISTS and MODELS OF 192S Orilrlnal Great Cast and Studio Beauties ilSTW ST THEATRE. Evenings 8:20 Mats. Tnes. ft Sat. 2:20 JAMES K. HACKETT in MACBETH AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH! For ft Limited Engagement ol 4 Weelts. AMBASSADOR fS WILLIAM HODGE in FOR ALL of US "A world of grniiine ntprtinmnl." N. Y. Kve. World. -The Neighborhood Playhouse 466 Grand St. Tflenhone Drvdock 7516 rrnFpnm For Two Weeks More Every Eve. (Except Monday) nt 8:30 Mali nee on Sattirriay at 2:30 Prokoficff's BUFFOON AN ARAB FANTASIA Orchestra St. 50. Balcony S1.0O & 75r . Preceded RFPIIR1 IP We"1 4M st- Eves, at 1:20 Tlio Play That Puts In Humor ANMK M HOLS' m tism I.AIOHIMJ ART FT 'C IRISH ROSE llfmli m t i y it 1 I M mm U Lnl JLmi I i With the great cast which made the fame of "Bloisom Time" reverberate around the world. THE ORIGINAL N. Y. CAST With Special Symphonic Orchestra Ambassador Theatre Production Good Advice: Buy Your Seats Early TO-DAY D rr irCITUrniUPCDTC a30 TWO UiTi tUI I VS V I1VI.IVI v VOBKK C ADAMS BEVl E JIR. MBS. JIMMY BARRY 4 CAMERONS JANK GREEX 8:15 DANCING KENNEDYS SARtiF.NT MARVIN NEXT WEEK SEAT SALE TOMORROW THE MESSRS. SHUBERT Present RICHARD BENNETT in Sir Gerald du Maurier and Viola Trefe's Great' London Success THE DANCERS With a Supporting Company of Forty, Including Kathlene MacDonell Gloria Gordon H. Langdon Bruce Joan MacLean Ronald Ward Fuller Melhih, Jr. and others. J0LS0N'S69tn St T1eatre. Eves. 8:30 ' Mats. Thurs. ana Sat. 2 30 tLKAMIR P A I NTER In the Romantic Musical Comedy THE CHIFFON GIRL Vanderbilt Thea.. 48 st..B. ol B way. :30 A the NEXT ROOM ijaSt J "ft" Melodrama 5th MONTH BELMONT 48 st" E- of Eves. 8:30 A&xuuunx Mat Tnur lnd gat 2.30 TARNISH th MONTH " of B'way. Op'g M.tin, Fllintt'a " st- E r B y E- :" SAM II- HARRIS Presents JUNNE EASELS in RAIN VOGUES With ODETTK MYRTir. J. HARROI.D Ml RHAV. Oths. Seats Nrn THK NEW RKVIE How TITTLE Thea.. W. 44th St. Evs. 8 at itats AVetl. and Sat. 2 LITTLE JESSIE JAMES With THK, JAMES BOYS WH ITEM AN KAMI. -A PAl'L 8th Month as illiu:.:!.."1 mmmmmmsmmsmmmr from the opra "Sadke." by RlrrtBky-Korsako and the wallz song from "Romeo and Juliet." rbi"kah Cauhlc. late of "Tan-grinr," tomorrow eveninp: awumej the title role In L. Lawrence Weber's musical comedy, "Little Jessie James," at the Little Theater. Miss Catible replaces Louise Allen. John Hendricks is now playing he role of Pierce, the collector, formerly played hy Roger Gray. "Hy riiviiie ltislil" t KcTiicy'n. "Hy Divine Ilinht." starring Klliot Dexter and Mildred Harris, is the feature tomorrow ut Keeney's. It is a story of the conflict between a man and a woman based on the experiences of a workins girl alone in the world. Tho feature for the last half of the week will bu "Unseeing Kycs." featuring Lionel Barryinore and Seena Owen. It is a drama staged in the northernmost frontier of Canada. The usual vaudeville attractions complete the program. CANTOR'S BENEFIT What promises to be ons of thn I biggest benefit performances of the season will be staged by the Eddie ' Oantor Camp Meeting Committee i at the Earl Carroll Theater next Sunday night, March SO, In aid of the Surprise Lake Camp, at Cold Springs, N. Y. ! Whcrt he was a muddy-faced youngster on the East. Side, Cantor was taken to this camp for his first, vacation. Since his rise in the theater he has been paying back the debt by raising funds each year for tpe general improvement place. Among tho Broadway favorites who will appear at. the benefit per formaneo are Fannie Rrice. Florence Moore. Mary Eaton. Ethelind Terry. Baby" Svlvia Froos, VV. C. Fields. George Jessell, John Steele. Hard Pearl, Bert & Betty Wheeler. Leonard & EdHle. Horton Spurr. Miller & Lyles. Dixon & Callahan,, and last, but not least. Mr. Cantor. 1 AMI'S EMENTS BROOKLYN. AMVSEMEXTS BROOKLYN. AMrsEMENTS BROOKLYN. CONCERTS SINIMY. 8:1.1 & :1!t WEEK MAR. 21 TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. 2:15 a ,:! V ASTLY BELOVED M A STEROF 3IKI.ODV AMI IMOMPtH XHI.K JtOWl EDDIE LEONARD Our Minstrel and Hi Minstrel Bunch "RITA GOULD McKAYand ARDINE PIERCE & RYAN JULIUS TANNEN MISS TERI A First American Appearance G. S. MELVIN Enmons English Cnmpdian COM ERTS til NOAY. S:l,1 S:in WEEK MAR. S4 TWO I'KKIOKM.IM E8 DAILY. V :l.'i BIG NOV ELTYBILL OF STARS A N T O N I O N 1 N A THE DE MARCOS With Their SEVEN MUSICAL SHEIKS Iirwt from tho Trat-r Niicionjilp. BneiUM Arnn STUART, the MsUTPatti ' MATTHEWS A AYERS ' FRANK and TEDDY SABINl Val & Ernie Stanton I Fremont Benton & Co. COSMOI'OI.IT A T R 1 ( l' T R AVERnROS. com ON. RED! JOHN B. HYMER & CO "TOM WALKER IN DIXIE" COLOMBIA Bl Rl.KStll K 2 BIG SUNDAY CONCERTS AMATEI'RS TCESDAY NKillT All Week. llHslnnins; Mnndav Matinee VI. HI I'll 10 I.I, lTtariits mum Wxtrn Venture Phony DeWilt and Maliel f-nnther In "A 1'int-and-u-Ilalf of Kan' Special Attraction Fimt Time on Any Stnipr "BRKAKINU TIIK UHKAKERS" and a Charon of SO- Bcantlfnl nanclnie Girls -120 Smoke It Yon Lik M0NTAUK Matinees Wed. ft Sat. Direct From the Brilliant BtfavniCHt J't the Bclatco Theatre, X. Y. DAVID BKLASCO Presents! LIONEL ARRYMOR! With Mi IRENE FENWICK in LAUGH, CLOWN, LAUGH! Supported bv the Oriinal Company of Diatinituished Players Henry 31 i Her. Blanche Bate. K 11 1 h I htttterton. h. m in a Ounn-Oeoffre.v lierr, Revi-miltl Mntton, Felix Krfmbs. WKEK OP MAR. :u in THE CHANGELINGS 9 r TONRArKT. West 4stn st- Ev. at :30 Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2:30 MOOlTLTfiHT Tne Musical Comedy Gem u Vilh a SparUllDg Cast Nr. Fnltoa sc. Irhone Triangle ml IUM Good Reserred Mats. Daily. Amateurs 'l'ues. fe.ve. Country Store Thursday Kve. EVERY SCNOAY. 2 Bill CONCERTS 10 Bis; Arts rhoto Dffs and Comeilies BEtilNNIXIi .MONIIAY MATIN EK HAERY FIELDS and His HELLO JAKE GIRLS YVIth 1)1 X IK MiO.N The Kva Tangnny of Biirlewque. and Ihe Famnns "Hello Jake' Chnrns MATINEES TUES.. THURS. AND SAT. WEEK COMMENCING MAR. 24 The ALHAMBRA Players WILL OFFKI? FOREVER AFTER With JOHN YVARNKR of the. Original Uroadway Production WEEK MARCH 31ST THREE WISE FOOLS SUNDAY, MARCH 23D 8-STAR ACTS-8 INCLUDING HIRRV FOX. I. VOIY. l.R HIOVIK AND IIIITKIV 1'HTl RKS BROOKLYN ACADEMY mi sin LAST t TIMES lOK YEARS .Is ViXL 1 SAT., MAR. 29 MATINEE 2:30, MC.IIT. :i0 WILLIAM MORRIS L1 'ft' mm 'EVER NEW" IN NEW AND OLD SONGS Company ol turopcan Artlsu Now Singing and Smiling Hi Way Around theJVorld NKrhts. !.6. 5.0. 11. HO. rlns tax. Mat JS.50. IZ.OII. 1.60, 11.00, 75c, - ptus tax SEATS NOW SELLING FIFTH AV. THEATRE nth Ave. A 4lh SI Tel. Snnlh 12T14 nl. Tin.. Tlinra.. Sal.. U:l P.M. TODAY: BIG SUNDAY CONCERTS Continuous. 130 tn V. M. Kva. 8:15 tervtd Stnf for Snnrt:tv Kve. rprformnrn Thi, Week: BLANEY PLAYERS With rrXII. SPOONKR Present TO THE LADIES Tlir Fiinnhut Comply of the Ywir Onf Vcnr lit the IJbt'rtv Tlnntrf PONT WAIT Bl V VOIR HK'.TS NOW PI,A IN SR XS K but Va roly lea d u.i astray. It neviT does when it leads nn to The Eagle A-B-0 Classified Ads. Head iliein tiday! TOMl.lIT at BF KFITH'S'i,"vnv FXr-. r . 1110 ENTERTAINMENT John B. Hymer & Co. Joseph B. Stanley & Co. MR. MRS. JUIMIi: BARRY Percy RKONMON Fliaialr EVKRITT JANE I, REKN, EHOINI HERBERT TRIO. Othrrs. SEATS 3.-.C.. .Vic, si. Sl.Sll. Plus Taj gAYETY BURLESQUE Bway A Throop Av Bklyn. Mat. rilv. Tel. Wmhe. .V,'4 Mutine. l.ndt-pn Iftr. S BOO ;noI Konerved Sratn. 2-T. FTF.RY I MAY. 2 BKi TON ERTS 10 Bis Acts, I'lioto Flays nnil Comedies . BEGlNl0 MONDAY MATINEE MISS NEW YORK Jr with Billy HAUAN t TOEBE Anna COINTRY STORE MONDAY NIUHT MTECRS YVEONESPAY NUiHT EMPIRE E Btray Si Ralph. Brooklyn 'wire lmuy. I op. rncw 'hone Buahwirfc S50 ar-jl 1 IUI1 tlfRI OIK Amntnir F.vrry Wednesday Nlfiht Tmlnv TWO HKi SI N1A COM'KKW All Week. Bglnln(r Monday Mil tines LET'S GO YVIIh VAWV KIMi Ntit Wrck "BATHINU BEAUTIES" ray'yy'j' 1 B",llWiCk. 7407401 " 1 JMliiiiiinnSifnits VndeTU!e Picture. yrvLosons nov; I ' fefe THE HEAQT t I ; s&sg 4 MM WHACK NFYT -JFV. JI THE SMART f YY'ITIt I "week L3te""K'"',M,SDr DALE mosses vAKLtc wucij i vri presents jk His Newest and Most Elaborate Musical Produciorv TANGERINE' fr VIRENE 900 BV CHA0LES 1'. BELL & FOiUAftO CLARK. t'?'C5 flv wow jcnnson, music oy MSSSKS. GttL C4.TO, H. A8CMSK& -4.OTV0S a 1 M SH-sasaSjKSBSass CAST of lOO - SYMPHONY ORCH. ' .A GLORIOUS AND COLORFUL PRODUCTIONS STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL GIRLS GORGEOUS SCENES & COSTUMES Vith a Dishndu'sfteJ Cast Incudinrf HELEN SH1PMAN EVELYN MAQTIN DCPOTHY WALTERS PAUL PRAWLEY ARTHUR WEST HALLIE MANNINQ IDA MAYCHADWICK EVELYN DAQVlLLEr BEN BENNY GEORSE B1CKEL EDWARD WONN BURKE WESTON 1 PHILHARMONIC WII.I.EM MENGELBERO. Conductor ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 3:15 TchsJkorsky Fitth Symphony, Rubin Goldmark's Negro Rhapsody Leonore Overture No. 3, Beethoven THIS AFTERNOON AT . CARNEGIE II W.l, TI ESIIAY EVENING, METROPOLITAN OPERA HOI SE MISCHA LEVITZKI, Pianist, at Both Concerts THIS AFT.. Snil MANN CONCERTO. NEW Vt OKl.K SYMTHONY TIES. EVE..' BRAHMS FIRST SYMPHONY, Saint-Nirns Conrrrto No. 4 ARTHI R JlDON, Mnnnicrr Strinnny Plana

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