People: People, Jan. 6, 1941

In honor of genial, grizzled Viennese Fritz Kreisler, The Bohemians, some 1,000 classical musicians, sat down to dinner at Manhattan's Hotel Waldorf-Astoria, put on a glittering musical evening, topped it off by confronting Fiddler Kreisler with Fiddler Albert Spalding decked out in mustache and grey bangs, looking wonderfully like the guest of the evening, and sawing at one of his tunes with confusingly Kreislerian dexterity.

Ruth Henderson, 23, and Roberta Morton, 26, found that there were no more tickets for the Nebraska-Stanford Rose Bowl game to be had in Omaha. So they wired...

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