Music: Strings in Watertown

Watertown, Wis. (pop. 11,300) is famed for its roast goose, stuffed with noodles in oldtime German style, and widely exported. Watertown's most celebrated native is Joseph Edward Davies, once its district attorney, later U. S. Ambassador to Soviet Russia. Watertown sometimes gets into the news when its Tavernkeeper "Turkey" Gehrke takes to his bed, to sleep through the winter. (So far this year, he has not retired.) Last week, Watertown made news for yet another reason: it had its best, and almost its only, high-brow concerts since Fritz Kreisler played there 20 years...

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