Music: Krueger Through

Since 1926 when it imported youthful Conductor Karl Krueger, Seattle has pointed with justifiable pride to its reorganized Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Krueger. born in Manhattan, trained in Vienna, is a person of vast enthusiasm and energy. Under his regime Seattle's Symphony has come to be recognized as a major U. S. orchestra. But all this autumn there has been trouble brewing behind the scenes. A $15,000 deficit has accumulated; the orchestra has had to curtail its season from 20 to ten weeks. Conductor Krueger gave $2,000 of his $15,000 salary to make...

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