Letters, Jun. 11, 1934

Stock's Sticks


Having come fresh from and pregnant with memories of the Ann Arbor May Festival, it was with no little satisfaction that upon reading your article on Frederick A. Stock [TIME, May 21] I realized that at last, after years of fruitless waiting, I had been present at the making of history—well, minor history.

In your columns you were careful to mention that ''Conductor Stock prides himself on his restraint. His men have never seen him lose his temper or break a baton." Until the Festival's fourth concert you may have been undisputed...

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