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Songwriter ("Slightly Sentimental", "Let's Love Again"), composer, author and educator, educated at Townsend Harris Hall and UCLA (BA, MA, Ph.D). He was assistant professor of English at the University of California, then associate professor and vice-chancellor in 1959. He earned two Guggenheim fellowships, and was a Fulbright lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, and a lecturer at the Salzburg Seminary in American Studies in 1953 and also at Nice in 1958. He joined ASCAP in 1941, and his chief musical collaborator was Milton Rosen. Read more... to Know You", "I'm Old Enough to Dream" and "Never Again".