Music: Do Re Mi

In Manhattan, last week, the Society of Arts and Sciences gave its first gold medal for music to Bandman John Philip Sousa, whose musical trekking up to now has covered more than 1,200,000 miles.

In Minneapolis, Ignace Jan Paderewski rose three hours before his accustomed time to give a special concert in his private car for ten Catholic nuns whose vows forbade them attending a public concert.

In St. Louis, the Symphony Society summarized its season, professed itself well-pleased with its six guest conductors, announced the same varied fare for next season—with Emil Oberhoffer conducting the first four weeks, Bernardino Molinari the next...

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