Music: Great Gubs

Great Guns

The first boom was Newton D. Baker. He appeared on the platform of Cleveland's Public Hall, scene of the Republican Convention two Junes ago. He made a little speech and then the Cleveland Symphony orchestra burst into music in one of the perennial civic efforts to make good music popular. This particular effort was marked by two unusual proceedings: 1) blocks of tickets were issued to each of Cleveland's numerous foreign elements (Cleveland's population is about 80% foreign born) ; 2) the program consisted of music by composers of ten different...

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