Music: Juilliard Improvement

Seven years ago Augustus D. Juilliard, Manhattan textile manufacturer, died, leaving some $20,000,000 as the largest bequest ever made to music.

Great indeed was the responsibility of the five businessmen made trustees of the Juilliard Musical Foundation; but they turned most of it over to Dr. Eugene Allen Noble, onetime Methodist minister, onetime president of Goucher College and also of Dickenson College, who was made Executive Director.

For four years criticism has been heaped on Dr. Noble by the press, musicians and laymen alike, for showing few results commensurate with the Foundation resources....

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