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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah Friday Symposium Features Stern Isaae Krn ceKtuaud Ainirican violinist will he guost df honor at 1tih Symphony symposium to be held in the eist lounge of the Union building of Utah campus Friday nftfrnonn rtt pm Other pHrticipnnis in the symposium will he Professor LrRoy Robertson and Dr David Austin Shanci Mrs Martin Linriem chairman of Utah Symphony council announces that the pro gram of the symphony concert on the follow ing Saturday evening will be discussed Isaac Stern will discuss the Tschaikowsky Violin Concerto in D Major which he will with THK SALT LARK TRIRIXK Thursfiiy Mnnh 31HI9 l DRAMA 17 play when he appears Maurice Abravanel and Utah Symphony orchestra ai S L Tabernacle concert Professor Robertson will dis fuss the classical symphony of Prokofieff and Dr Shand will discuss Beethovens Seventh symphony The public is invited Tickets for Saturdays con rert arp on sale at Glen Bros Music Co j Tllt S 5 IM 7 0KBAT STARS WHO WILL THRILL EVERY WOMAN CLARK GABLE CHARtES JOHN EDWARD BIGKFOROKODSAKARNOLO in MGMs Jsaac Stern noted violinist will riisouss coneTt at Utah SjTnphony Symposium Friday Vigil Stirs Spontaneous Raves By DONNV SKAKK ADAMS lo H rfv vpt1 of ui1 i llp Ill tirt i V fiv to say t tira ma t iiVs d Col hspmuu pur i v hv for having o lMin birv init rUwhere tion claim tat if the iliieiKiat is fonnd guilty tilconcept of the resurrection would be dis proved Theyre All Stars The povenii drama presents no one star hut a succes sion of actors with siarriij1 roles all tf whom apilnuse at the Joseph F Catmiill director with vit an to p a casi turns m a per Crmancc stldnm scrii in tiiea ncais furs witn his per irancc m Iatiy n ilic Hark Park o the Mion tle H K a teacii i HI 1 he forceful role of prosecuting al to ny colieen Iliitchins cast as the reiiliaded Mary is a graduate o Iasadena Play house and a veteran of H V IT footlights while Marion Rede of the faculty portrays Susanna Miss Pedds first performance in many seasons Alice Terry Kstes Benlah Adams the barman I comes from 1 loliyvoiii wrv u as understudy of MerN Dheroi play this her nrsi Salt Lake role John longdnn rormerlv With Kaiph CiOMHger c c i e s his fiTS I v ter a ppeaiamv as hv senatoi wluie Limsi Arm slrong Pilates is wellknown in local radui Best Vet Other lccn favorites seen in different roles thnn ever before and m pr formances include Voi as counsel for the dlense Ifi seph as Tladdeus professor of Xicolaysen as Simon Ieter i Morgan in the dual role of Saul of Tarsus and Paul of j Tarsus Albert Eccles as tlie j judge Carol Laxman ss j the maid and Arthur Jackson vho adds humor with his role of Sadoc newcomers wel comed by the premiere aivlienee include Clyde as Kslhir a pretty innnband ieMge Andrtis as Lucius H guarl Christs tomb and Jo seph Culler as Mr Imchas Meat or PoiMMi Oply criticism leveled at both pieview and premiere is that the drama is too long The gripping story holds its pitch throughout however and while prevnwers thought mod ern srtiigv and the playing of miiMc between scenes detracted jrom tile spiritual con tim of the dihiua iirstnight ers found nmderniWion marie lvageold story more convinc ing Written by Iasislas Kodor famous Austrian phiyrigil the tlrama is in this area Its first American appearance was on the Pacific coast last year and it is now finishing its second year in London The Vigil will be repeated Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings at Kingsbury hall Tickets arc on sale at Glen Bros Music Co and Kingsbury hall box office Fan Offers His Help HOLLYWOOD autograph hounds ami movie struck citizens write stars let ters by the thousands usually asking1 for Though the request is gener ally for a photo stars dont vays set fff that lightly While shunting Rittor Victory Miss Scott was stopped by a note from Connecticut Ive re1i you have a hohby collecting little glass animal wrote the male correspondent Please corsider this my appli cation fur a iob I wish to come ID Hiilyvood to be your zoo keeper TWO TOP ENTERTAINMENTSTOGETHER TERRIFIC Recital o The following organ recital will be given in the L D S taber nacle Thursday at noon Doors will open at 1 50 am Frank ASJHT at the Organ 1 Fantasie In A majorFranck 2 a romnnirinn in Batiste b Cnnon in K minor Schamann c Lullahy Cxenvonky 3 a Mormon Hymn Come Come Ye Saint Arr bv Organist b An Old Melody Arr bv Organist 4 Philipp Open with JOHN JOHN WAYNE CARROLL IEE Starts at mil pm COHIT Msh Rose Shown One at pm SATLKUAY AIOKNING KIDS SHOW Hi am to I IKIU EDDIK ItKAV in KIIAlK 1I1IIS in place of Ahits Irish Host LAST DAYI to the Sea in Ships presents FRED MacMURRAY MU FRANK SINATRA COHIT The Utah Symphony Orchestra Maurice Abravanel Conductor Also a Gay Comedy Hit in Cinerolor Here Comes Also CAKTOON and NEWS Via Air THE TKOlBLE WITH Starring Kay Millanil and Thcrrsa OPEN 6 PM Phone Mur 1011 Kosallnd Genn VELVET TOUCH Also FRANK BUCKS BRING EM RACK ALIVE NEWS anrt CARTOON COHIT My Own True Love Melvtn CALVEKT CAPITOL STAGE TOMORROW NIGHT AT SATURDAY AT AND PM The finest Actor Our Day in a Superbly funny Play MAURICE WAYS su wimiik7 In GEORGE BERNARD SHAWSi Sezet CHOICE BALCONY SEATS AVAILABLE FOR BOTH EVENINGS AT Inc Tax Matinee Seat at 7Sc or Still BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 10 AM TOMORROW Seats on Sale Today From 1 to 5 pm WIMrAM KUIOTT jnSRIll SCIIIIDKnAfT in THE GALLANT LEGION Oprn i SI V nonild nnrk In THRFf FOR liRBAKFASr and SATURDAY e Reginsld Beales Violinist Thursday March 3 Featuring Reginald Beales c Guest Soloist and South High School A to pm High Auditoriussft Adults100 Students vrith activity All proceeds io lo the Utah Symphony Fund No Seats Reserved BUY TICKETS NOW at ZCMI CAMERA SHOP Street Floor KlftGSBUKY HAIJ UXIVEKSITY OF UTAH UNIVERSITY THEATER TONIGHT AT PM ALSO FRIDAY MARCH 4 and SATURDAY MARCH 5 By L FODOR Directed by JOSEPH CATMTJLL POWERFUL DRAMATIC IWFORGETTABLE RESERVED SEATS J120 Tax Included TWO BOX OFFICKS OPEN KFNGSBURY HALL AND GLEN BROS MUSIC CO Saturday Night 1949 ISAAC STERN World Famed Violinist PROGRAM ProkofieffClassical Sjmphony Tschaikowsky Concerto for Violin Orchestra in D Major ISAAC STKRX Soloist Xo 7 in A Major SEAT SALE NOW Glen Brothers Music Dial 34434 Box Office Open 10 am to 6 pm TH5s Tickets for This Concert S150 S240 Tax Incl BUSS BUNNY CARTOON Old Time Mack Sennett Comedy ROD CAMERON in The Ilnuderers FILMED IN COLOR ANGEL ON THE AMAZON DOORS OPEN PM SOUTH DAY OPEN 6 PM JANE LEW WYMAIV AYRES Belinda COHIT Swortl of the Avenger Fascinating Thrills and Adventure ZiPHYR CLUB 3500 WEST NORTH TEMPLE o Cover Charge Sun Mon Tucs Featuring MARV ECCLES AND HIS WEDNESDAY through SATURDAY Youll Always Enjoy the Zephyr DIAL 30035 Hygeia ro J224 E Ulst So Dial 68011 Week Days Slat 40c Eve 65c Sat Snn
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