People: Oct. 30, 1964

Turnabout is fair play, decided bearded New Orleans Jazzman Al Hint, 41. He had cut a disk with the Boston Pops in Symphony Hall, so this time it was Conductor Arthur Fiedler, 69, guesting it high on the revolving stage of Hirt's Bourbon Street hangout. "Where are the other 90 musicians?" Fiedler began, raising his baton, whereupon the six-man combo beat him to the beat by hurtling into Trumpeter's Lullaby. "We only have one rule," Al explained kindly. "The one who finishes first gets to play the ending." Since Fiedler had never really started...

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