Miscellany: Sep. 26, 1927

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Monkeys. When an orchestra, attempting to tabulate animalian reactions to music, played in the monkey gallery at the Philadelphia Zoo last week, the little brown persons were bewildered and enchanted. As the instruments were tuned, the merry apes danced in their cages and cocked their ears. When the drummer tapped his drum, mandrill and marmoset cowered and wept with an uncontrollable fear. As the violins swept up in the frail music of a waltz, they all sat still as statues. Saxophone and trumpet made them run and jump. Then, when the musicians...

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