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Sports, enterrement and the arts
Transcript of Sports, enterrement and the arts
Jazz became very popular during the 1920s. These members of Elks Jazz Band are in full swing. Many young people flocked night clubs, where they could listen to jazz music while having fun with their friends.
Amos and Andy, Eddie Cantor, Bing Croby, Fanny Brice, Jack Benny - these were the entertainers of the decade. If you had a radio your pleasure was free, Soap Operas ran daily. people could hardly wait to hear about the loves, fears, disasters, and joys of Helen Trent, "Our Gal Sunday", or "Ma Perkins". Saturday was Hockey Night In Canada, the nation would gather around the radio for Foster Hewitts welcoming "Hello Canada and hockey fans in the U.S and Newfoundland" and listen throughout the live broadcast for his fans to cry "He shoots, he scores!"
Monday, October 24, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Canada Track and Field
Olympics in Amsterdam 1928
Group Of Seven
Canada's track and field won medals in nearly every event. Ethel Catherwood (The Saskatoon Lily) won a gold medal in high jump, Bobbie Rosenfeld won a silver medal in a dead heat in the 100m and lead the Canadian women two gold in the 400m relay. The Canadian team won 15 medals in outstanding Olympic performance. The six Canadian women won more points then any other national team.
The Group Of Seven included J.E.H MacDonald, Frank Johnston, Franklin Carmichael, A.Y Jackson, Arthur Lismer, Fred Varley, and Lawren Harris. The seven males decided to form a group to protect themselves from negative responses from art critics, other artists, and the public. The Group of Seven inspired people like Emily Carr (from Victoria, BC)
Sports, Entertainment and the Arts in the 1920s
Movies were the most popular source of entertainment. Charlie Chaplin, Rudolf Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, and Mary Pickford were some of the most popular actors of the time. Silent films were very popular until 1927, when the first talking film came, "The Jazz Singer" ended silent films.
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