Music: Over

When the Chicago Symphony's season is over, its fiddlers, weary and furious, demand more money. This they did last week. The symphony directors offered them a small increase in salary; the musicians said it was not enough. Said President Charles N. Hamill of the Orchestral Association: "They are free to seek other engagements. . . . The Chicago Symphony is no more. . . ." Few people doubted that when the fall of the year arrived, the Chicago Symphony would arise, a tuneful phoenix from the clash.


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