Music: Horseplay at Hartford

Eight years ago there were two Harvard freshmen who used to stay up nights to moon over ballet. One was short, one was tall but both were rich. Edward M. M. Warburg was Banker Felix Warburg's son. Lincoln Kirstein's father ran Filene's department store in Boston. At Harvard Warburg and Kirstein started a Society for Contemporary Art. After graduation their violent interest in Modern Art continued. Last winter they finally fulfilled their youthful ambition by founding the School of American Ballet.

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