RACES: Help from the D.A.R.

Brown, bosomy Hazel Scott attained fame by changing Bach's stately counter-point into boogie-woogie at Manhattan's Café Society Uptown. Last week Pianist Scott considerably enhanced her fame and earning power by not changing the stately D.A.R.

Solemnly and unanimously, the executive committee of the ancestor-worshiping Daughters of the American Revolution decided to keep its Constitution Hall for "white artists only." Miss Scott could not, as she had asked, give a concert there. Said D.A.R. President General Mrs. Julius Y. Talmadge of Georgia: "It was a nice harmonious meeting."

From the White House. Next day, a special messenger from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue brought...