Music: Week's Cargo

It was an expensive musical cargo that the S. S. Rex landed in the Port of New York one morning last week. Newsmen at Quarantine pounced first on Arturo Toscanini, who gravely said "How are you?" and turned his back.*

Other musical passengers were less reticent. Conductor Bernardino Molinari was on his way to San Francisco to play several new compositions. Pianist Vladimir Horowitz was with Toscanini's pretty daughter Wanda whom he married a month ago in Milan (TIME, Jan. 1). Janet Olcott,17-year-old daughter of the late Chauncey Olcott, would make her...

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