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1920 VAN O. BROWNE NOVELTY TRIO INSTRUMENTALISTS For the benefit of the Wauwatosa Playground Fund TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 8:00 P. M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sponsored by the Mens League of the Wauwatosa Congregational Church Program Opening Male Trio—Come Where the Lilies Bloom 1. Overture—Modiste V. Herbert THE TRIO 2. Male Trio— (a) Bells of St. Marys (b) Nights in Dixie 3. Novelty Rag Pictures— MR. BROWNE 4. Flute Solo—The Whirlwind A. Kranz MR. WILSON 5. Duet—Awake Dearest One E. Ball Call Me Back, Pal of Mine MR. WILSON AND DALIN 6. Accordion Solo—Prison scene from II Trovatore MR. BROWNE 7. Male Trio— (a) Round the Fire (b) Tomorrow 8. Flute and Clarinet Duet— (a) Angel's Serenade Braza (b) Three O'clock MR. WILSON AND DALIN 9. Tenor Solo— (a) I Don't Know How I Do It Herbert (b) Pretty as a Picture MR. WILSON 10. Novelty Piano Solo— MR. BROWNE 11. Saxophone Solo (selected)— MR. DALIN 12. Impression of Edwin Booth in Bulwar Lytton's Poetical-Romantic Drama, Cardinal Richelieu— MR. BROWNE 13. Bass Solo (selected)— MR. DALIN 14. Male Trio, sacred, The Recessional De Koven 15. Novelty Trio, Instrumental, Popular Browne Trio Closing Good Bye, Male Trio PLAYGROUNDS DEVELOP 1. HEALTH. By spontaneous outdoor exercise. 2. INITIATIVE. By forcing the child to make his own decisions. 3. PURITY OF MIND. By keeping the child active in wholesome surroundings. 4. COOPERATION. By teaching the child to give and take assistance, thus showing him the value of concerted action. 5. AMBITION. By teaching the child that leadership is the result of successfulen-deavor. 6. HONESTY. By causing the child to repudiate any success that does not come through fair play. 7. IMAGINATION. By lifting the child out of the commonplace and filling him with enthusiasm. 8. SELF-CONFIDENCE. By given the child some responsibility in the games. 9. OBEDIENCE. By teaching the child to respect the leader. 10. JUSTICE. By teaching the child to have consideration for those who are physically and mentally weaker. PLAYGROUNDS DIMINISH 1. IDLENESS. By keeping the child constantly employed. 2. DELINQUENCY. By influence that tend to develop the better self. 3. EXCLUSIVENESS. By giving each some part in the games. 4. UNFAIRNESS. By teaching true sportsmanship. 5. GANG-SPIRIT. By diverting thespirit of leadership into the right direction. 6. SELFISHNESS. By encouraging the child to help others. 7. ROWDYISM. By furnishing the in fluences that foster courtesy and self-respect. 8. TEMPTATION. By keeping children off the streets. 9. SOCIAL BARRIERS. By bringing children of all classes together. 10. REFORMATORIES. By giving the child active work to do, thus forming instead of reforming character.
|Title||Van O. Browne: novelty trio|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||
|Personal Name Subject||
Browne, Van O.
|Corporate Name Subject||Van O. Browne Novelty Trio|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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