Music: Clubbers

For the amount of cultural fuss it begets, music is unequalled among the arts. There are in the U. S. no less than 4,900 local music clubs, with a total of 500,000 lady members ready to defend the diatonic scale as they would defend their young. Last week 5,000 of them, smartly dressed and a little less bosomy than D. A. R. ladies, wound up in Baltimore the 21st biennial convention of the National Federation of Music Clubs, moved on to New York City for two days at the World's Fair.

Besides holding concerts which...

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