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41

"I'm alive and I'm glad He
doesn't want me yet."
Give Henny Youngman a se-
cond and he could probably
recite a few dozen jokes on
that subject. In fact, he claims
that if you mention any sub-
ject at all, he'd be prepared
with a joke for it. But even
with an arsenal of thousands,
Youngman admits he has his
own personal favorites:
"I take my wife every-
where," he says, "but she
always finds her way home.
"They gave us a waterbed at
the hotel. My wife called it the
Dead Sea.
"My wife's on a diet. She
eats nothing but coconuts and
bananas. She hasn't lost any
weight, but you should see her
climb a tree.
"My wife says she wants to
go somewhere different on
vaction this year. I said, 'Try
the kitchen.'
"My wife and I stayed at the
hotel in Chicago where we
honeymooned. This time I was
the one who went in the
bathroom and cried!"
Those are , some of the old
standards Youngman loves to
tell. Of course, like all good
comics, he's updated material
to include current events:
"They removed Tammy Bak-
ker's makeup. They found
Jimmy Hoffa.
"Imelda Marcos says, 'If the
shoe fits, buy it.' She's in Israel
now planting a shoe tree."
Youngman laughs as heart-
ily at his own jokes as does his
audience. He says he's always
been an easy audience for
other comics, too. Until recent-
ly. "Today, almost nobody
makes me laugh. They're not
funny. The young comics
aren't funny enough for me
anyway. I know what they do.
They don't come up with
anything original. Robin
Williams is good sometimes.
But nobody's good all the
time. You've got to hit a snag

now and then. Everybody
does."
He may have hit some snags
in his day too. Still, Youngman
admits, he's been very lucky.
"I usually make them laugh.
I have enough stuff to hit
home. I talk about my wife. I
talk about my brother-in-law.
I talk about my grandson. Yep,
I have enough material to
make the average person who
has a home life laugh. They
understand what I say. I don't
do dirty jokes.
"Although," he interrupts
himself, "a lady of the evening
walked up to me recently and
said, 'Give me $50 and I'll do
anything you want.' I told her
to paint my house!"
After 60 years in the
business, the 83-year-old
Youngman doesn't show any
signs of slowing down. Asked

believe there is a
God and I'm seeing
the results of it
every day. I'm alive
and I'm glad He
doesn't want me
yet.

if he ever gives any thought to
retiring," he quips, "To what?
lb where? Oblivion? No. I'm in
demand, thank you."
And indeed he is. Youngman
is starting filming on Wise
Guys, a new Martin Scorcese
film co-starring Robert
DeNiro. And there are always
his concert appearances, his
one-nighters and his constant
search for new comic material.
So it's all fallen into place
for Youngman. The little boy
with the violin and the great
sense of humor has finally
become a living legend — even
if he doesn't see it that way.
"What do you mean? What's
with titles? I'm just glad to be
living," he laughs. "Forget the
legend!" ❑

Clarinetist Stoltzman
To Appear With DSO

Clarinetist Richard Stoltz-
man will appear with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
at 8 p.m. Thursday and
Aug. 6 at Meadow Brook. He
will appear in concerts featur-
ing the music of Mozart,
Weber and Dvorak.
Stotzman's orchestral
engagements have included
the Mozart concerto with the
New York Philharmonic, a
Nielsen Concerto with the
Toronto Symphony, and a
Rossini in San Francisco.
He has also performed with
such orchestras as Atlanta,
Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincin-

Denver,
Dallas,
nati,
Houston, Los Angeles,
Louisville, Montreal, Mostly
Mozart, National, New
Jersey, Ottawa, Pittsburgh,
St. Louis, and in Europe.
Stoltzman was graduated
from Ohio State University
with a double major in music
and mathematics. He earned
his Master of Music degree at
Yale University while study-
ing with Keith Wilson, and
later worked toward a doc-
toral degree with Kalmen Op-
perman at Columbia
University.
He presented the first

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