The band played "For
He's a Jolly Good Fellow." He, pleased, mounted the stage, took the
conductor's baton, led the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in the
last number of the program. He was William Andrews Clark Jr., guarantor
of the orchestra. He had just pledged financial backing (lacking
which the orchestra was about to disband) for another five years.
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