Celebrity Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Feb 25, 1917.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, February 25, 1917

*Oscar could pick singer , not because he knew enough about musicCor mack appears to agree, him who taught him to sing.I asked “Prin-to play a waltz he had composed onthe piano, but because he had the showman's instinct, and was able at of Italy, who died a couple of yearscipally the good God,” he answered, “and also Signor Yincczo Sabbatinia glance to pick a winner.Let it be said that among others he picked John McCormack, who was | one. mentioned pleasantly but not in a loud to his credit, tone of voice in 1910 as a young interpreter of extraordinaryHeago. It’s an awfully risky thing choosing a singing teacher. I got a goodHe had three very great pupilsOne was Fancclli, anin iyiu as a young interpreter ot extraordinary power.singer with a \cry pretty voice, who Another was Mongini. He put thecould not act. high C in ‘di quella pira’ and in soWith the latter statement. Mr. Me-1 doing put most of the tenors who