Music: Irish Tenor

When he heard Christopher Lynch sing in Dublin, John McCormack said: "He is the one most likely to succeed me. . . ." For a year before his death last September, Tenor McCormack taught strapping, blue-eyed Tenor Lynch what he knew about singing.

Now 25-year-old-Christy Lynch is the new U.S. music season's most trumpeted visitor. After a cocktail party and supper in his honor at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, last week, the young Irishman said: "Sure and I haven't done so bad." For his first radio appearance, the sponsoring Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. filled Carnegie Hall with bigwigs of business and music....

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