The Theater: Soldiers' Chorus

One of the brightest theatrical memories of World War I is Yip, Yip, Yaphank, the lively soldier show that Irving Berlin created and Uncle Sam produced. A few months ago the same team decided to do a similar job, but on a far bigger scale. Yip just grew, wore anybody's old clothes, finally netted $83,000 for visitors' barracks at Camp Upton. But This Is The Army was carefully nurtured, shopped all the nation's army camps for talent, wangled a truckload of brand-new finery. Before it is through, it hopes to raise $1,000,000for Army...

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