THEMICHIGANI 1 X1CiY
SUNDAY, JAN. 22, 19~30
AbboWFirst Band Concert ernity, will wield the baton for one of
the numbers, wnhile Prof. William D.
To Be Given Today Revelli will direct the main part of
A G n ethe program.
(Continued from Page 1) Fraternity men, who have helped
In Radio FedIN-with the publicity preceding the con-
will take care of the fraternity men's cert, will attend the concert en masse,
contribution to the program, singing and will take charge of the ushering.
By ETHEL Q. NORBERG "The Loving Cup." The program is as follows: "Komm
Rivaling the Kentucky mountain Student Director Lee Chrisman, Susser Tod" by Bach; overture to
feuds in bitterness is the vendetta be- '39SM, of Alpha Kappa Lambda fra- "Euryanthe" by von Weber; "The
ing carried on over the air by Prof.
Waldo M. Abbot, director of the
Unive:city Broadcasting Service, and.I
"Happy Joe" Gentile, chief breakfast
clubber, of CKLW, with the score YOUR HEART WILL
one up for Gentile.
When Professor Abbot was con- pulse pound...to the
ducting his extension class in radio your l willp.
through the studios of CKLW in greatest musical lovestory ever
Windsor he made a point of razzing bogtt h cen M y
Gentile for his "so-called" dramaticbe
sketches from 6:30 to 9 a.m. every times" singing sweethearts.. .in
morning. Gentile returned the com- M- s mightiest achievement!
pliment the next morning with ef-
feminate imitation of Professor Ab-
bot's voice commending favorably on
In return for this Professor Ab-
bot sent to Happy Joe a copy of his
"Handbook of Broadcasting" point-
ing out that Gentile broke every fun-
damental law of broadcasting men-
tioned in the book which is used as a
handbook of broadcasting in 26
universities. In the enclosed letter in VICTOR HERBERT'S
he added, "Please, in the future, make
my voice a little more masculine."
And Happy Joe responded with a
two-minute plug for Professor Ab-
bot's book. Who will win in the final
analysis is a matter of conjecture.
John L. Lewis, Toscanini, the Lunts.
George Bernard Shaw and many
others, including the panda at the
Debutante" by Clark, a euphonium
solo played by Donald Marrs; Second
Movement, "Symphony in C minor"
by Ernest Williams; "Procession of
the Nobles" from "Mlada" by Rim-
sky-Korsakoy; "Sarabande" and
"Lasci Ch'io Pianga" by Handel;
"Phaeton" by Saint-Saens; "The
Stars and Stripes Forever" by Sousa:
and "Michigan Fantasy" by Karl
King, arranged by Donn Chown.
Harry Burnett, '23, who conceived and built the fifty portrait puppets
which comprise the cast for the Yale Puppeteers' new musical revue,
"It's A Small World," shows the skirts he has put on Der Fuhrer, who for
once can't do a thing about it. On the upper tier in their packing cases
can be glimpsed Emperor Hirohito,,Mussolini, Hitler (the latter two do
a sister act in the revue), Mrs. Roosevelt, Martha Graham, Toscanini,
and on the lower tier, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, and John L. Lewis
as he will appear in heaven. "It's A Small World" will be presented at
8:30 '.m. Tuesday at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
E. F. BOWEL
To Join In Staging
Novel Puppet Revue
"It's A Small World," the Yale
the Opening of a
Shows Continuous Today 1 - 11 P. M. All Seats 35c
TODAY 1 -3-5-7- 9P.M.
NOW BIG JOY AND JIT-
PLAYING! TERBUG JAMBOREE!
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