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Bob Lawrence to Lead Community,
Singers in Unique
Public concert tonight at 7:45 j
’clock; doors open at 7 o’clock;
admission free; the new Kastern \
High School. 17 1 li and Hast Cap- i
itol streets:
(a) March. “Brig. Clen. Sam
uel D. Rockenbach,"
G. Dahlquist I
(b) Overture. ’‘The Merry
Wives of Windsor," Nicolai i
* (c) Selection. “Paust".. .Gounod
(d> Excerpts from "The Bur
gomaster" Ludcrs
(e) “Love Sends a Little Gift
of Roses”..Ope.nshaw
“Love’s Old Sweet Song."
"The Sweetest Story Ever
(Joseph Dufresne. cornetist,
accompanied by the Army Band.)
Told” Stults i
(f) Specialty. “Semper Fide- 1
Us.” with F*rench clarions.
Sousa I
(The Army Band. Capt. J’. W. I
Lewis, commanding; William J. 'j
Stannard, leader.)
(a) “America." (b) "Salute to
the Flag.” (c) "Oath of Allegi
ance,” (d) "Acquaintance Song.”
"Massa’s in the Cold Ground,”
(WCAP Glee Club. Robert Law
rence, director.)
(a) Fourth movement. “Sym
phonic Espagnole” . .. Lalo
<b) “Valse Pantastique,”
Burl, igh
(Eugenia Botkin, violinist;
John S. M. Zimmerman at the
(a) “tiiannana Mia." Italian
street song Friml
(b) "Mighty I.ak' a Rose," Nevin
(Juanita Proelich, soprano;
Mrs. Earl Carbauh at the piano.)
“Love’s Old Sweet Song.” Alolloy
(WCAP Glee Club.)
* Harmonica novelties (selected).
(Littleton and Healey.)
Community singing (selected).
(a) "The Honorable Chop
sticks" Foster
(b) “The Shadow of the Bam
boo Pence” Poster
(Kdythe Crowder, in costume;
Eva Whit/ord Lovette at the ,
(a) "Russian Cradle Song."
(b) “The Swan" Saint-Saens
(Josef (Caspar violin ensemble,
eighteen players; Dora Minovich
at the piano.)
(a) "Where My Caravan Has
Rested” Loh»
(b) "Depuis Le Jour." from
"Louise" .Carpentiet
(Mabel Latimer, soprano; Miss
Community singing. "Nonsense
Louise D. Leeds at the piano.)
(Everybody and Mr. laiwrence.)
(a) “i Bring You Heartease,”
(b) “A Birthday” Woodman
(Mrs. Joyce Craig Wiley, mez
zo-soprano; Margaret Bowie
Grant at the piano.)
(a) “Mellow Moon” ’... Hall
(Earl Carbauh and Master Bob
(b) "If Winter Comes"..Tennent
(c) "When Song Is Sweet,”
» (Earl Carbauh. baritone; Mrs.
Earl Carbauh at the piano.)
(d) "O Promise Me." De Koven
(e) “Some One Loves You.
After All" Tierney
“Now the Day Is Over," Barnby
“Now the Day Is O'er”..Barnby
(WCAP Glee Club.)
“The Star Spangled Banner”
A "Bob” Lawrence community con
cert will be given tonight at 7:45
at the new Eastern High School with
a program of unique %010 and con
certed numbers, catchy additions to
the famous "Hambone" song and
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community singing, directed by Mr.
i Lawrence.
' The outstanding musical feature
of the concert will be the Army
| Band. Capt. P. W. Lewis command
! ing, and William J. Stannard leading,
l the band playing from 7:43 to 8:30.
I and including among its selections
I cornet solos by Segt. Joseph Du
r j fresne and a striking arrangement
lof Sousa's “Semper Fidelis." with
ten French clarions,
j The Carbauh family, Karl. Master
' Bob and Mrs. Carbauh, will be heard
| in a return engagement, with bari
{ tone solos by Mr. Carbauh, duets by
j Bob and his father and xylophone.
I numbers by Bob, with Mrs. Carbauh
at the piano. '
Instrumental numbers will be fur
. nished by Littleton and Healey in
| harmonica novelties, Eugenia Bot
kin, who will render violin solos.'
| assisted at the piano by John S. M.
I Zimmerman, and thde Josef Kasper
violin ensemble of eighteen players,
which will present the unique and
difficult feature of playing Neruda’s
“Russian Cradle Song" and “The
Swan” of Saint-Saens as solo num
bers. Dora Minovich will bo at the
piano for the ensemble.
Vocal solos will be supplied by
Edythv Crowder, pupil "of Dr. T. S.
Ix>vette. who will do a group of Fay
Poster Japanese songs in costume;
Juanita Proelich, artist pupil of Earl
j Carbauh; Mrs. Joyce Craig Wiley.
! who is singing through the courtesy
of Paul Bleyden, and Mabel lauimer,
soprano soloist of the Sacred Heart
A novel feature will be the ap-
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Sloane Endorsed Merchandise Carries an Assurance of Satisfaction
Makes New Design for Monument
To Mark Tomb of Unknown Soldier
Thomas Hastings Submits Sarcoplmgus Inscribed
With Quotation From Harding’s Speech—WiU
ftvil* rrvi// IP/>/)VfiPnce mi Vf/if/ur.
1 One of the first matters submitted i
to the consideration of the new See
i refary of the Navy Is the selection of
i i a suitable, monument to mark the
■ j tomb of the "Cnknown Soldier" in the
. 1 Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington
; 1
r, - :
i ! pearance in several songs of the
3 | WCAP Glee Club, trained and directed
» ; by Mr. Lawrence for radio work.
- • The accompanists for the soloist i
■ will i>e Mrs. Eva Whltford Lovette,
i Mrs. Enrl Carbauh. Margaret Bowie
.• i Grant and Miss Louis, I). Leeds.
. S As usual there will bo 1.40) seats
I free to the public and 200 beats re
; ' served for member*.of the association
1 j and for those desiring to secure re
. j served seats for 25 cents. No chil
f droll under four years of age will
■, be admitted and all other children
t must come with adults and sit with
them throughout the concert. The
- doors will open at 7 o’clock.
I cemetery. The President has charged j
the Secretaries of War and Navy with J
that duty.
Recently Secretaries Weeks and j
Denby rejected the design for the !
memorial submitted by Thomas Has- I
tings and approved by the Pine Arts i
Commission. It represented a square I
stone shaft thirty-five feet high, based j
on the tomb, inscribed on the sides j
with tributes to the heroic dead, and |
I ornamented near the apex with has [
i reliefs of a soldier’s war e*luipmeiit. |
Since then Mr. Hastings has submit- j
ted another design to meet the gen
eral criticism against the other that j
it was so large that it impaired the i
architectural beauty of the aniphi- I
theater. j
The new design shows a ,-arcopha
gus of the same horizontal dimen- j
stons as the tomb on which it is •
based, and about ten feet in height. ;
It rests on a fiat pedestal of simple |
lines and is partly upheld by two j
bended male figures of classic mold, j
The large stone casket shows varl
i ous ornaments of mllitjxry signifi
cance. and on one side are inscribed
the following words from the ad
dress made by the late President
Harding at the burial of the un
known hero:
“We do not know tho eminence
of his birth, but we do know the
I glory of his death. He died for
' IBs country.'’
; Secretary Weeks has suspended <
judgment as to the suitability of tiic
; i>cw design until he can meet with
' his new associate. Secretary Wilbur,
I for full consideration of the plans
1 and tpeelfltations.
Discusses D. C. Schools.
Or, Krank W. Ha 11 oil. superin- ;
tendent of District public schools, |
; yesterday read before the member- i
i ship committee of the Washington
; Board of Trade a paper on the local
school system, which lie recently
1 broadcast b> radio.
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