Music: Einstein Fiddles

Corona-haired Scientist Albert Einstein looks more like a concert violinist than most concert violinists do. To many a ruthless young mathematician, fiddling is the best thing Oldster Einstein does nowadays. In any event, he fiddles well enough to be heard in public. One sleety afternoon last week he made one of his rare semi-public concert appearances, in his adopted town, Princeton, N. J. Two things prompted gentle Dr. Einstein to brave reporters and photographers: he thought most of his audience would be children, whom he likes; the occasion was a benefit for the...

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