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January 26, 1953

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Chrous Sings And Toots

The young ladies (below), who look as if they might be giving a Bronx cheer, are actually tooting behind their uplifted palms to imitation of oldtime brass band. They are members of the choral group in John Brown's Body, which provides throughout the performance a stirring background of chants, orchestral sound effects and sometimes break into Civil War songs such as Benét's Jubili, Jubilo, printed below.

SOUTHERN BALL at Wingate Hall is described by the chief performer
with background singing, while a member of the chorus dances romantically.

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