Bernadette and I have just spent an hour printing scripts for Sunday afternoon's Light History of Classical Music, since our big rehearsal with the musicians is this evening (Saturday evening) in the UH Manoa Music Department. Have you ever noticed that if you ever dare load a paper tray to its alleged capacity, you risk shortening the life of a copier? I have also learned that you can buy replacement cartridges too soon, which means when you finally need them you will have forgotten where you stored them. I did, however, find replacement cartridges for two different copies that I don't have any more. Going over the script to clean it up for printing, I also noticed for the first time that two musical examples that in my mind were going to be performed by Ben Gutierrez on piano were not actually so specified. Did Ben fail to learn them? Did Iggy Jang and the Green Sneakers Quartet learn them instead? Ben and I are news people, so we're used to working on things at the last minute. I don't know Iggy's crew, so I worry about needlessly adding stress to their performance, though Iggy seems unfazed by anything. He even composed some examples for quartet that in their original forms are for larger resources. The Hawaii Performing Arts Festival is sending a lady over from the Big Island to watch over us Sunday, and she came with instructions to make an announcement introducing the show. This is great because it allows me to steal, for her to use, a joke from a satirical concert in the 1950s which I heard on record, felt was really clever, and have always wanted to use. The Light History of Classical Music, with Ben Gutierrez, Iggy Jang and the Green Sneakers Quartet, and me, will be given at 4 p.m. Sunday in Orvis Auditorium of UH Manoa. (Tickets $20 at door, half off for seniors and students. Small children should duck so they can't be seen over the box office table. If you've never been to Orvis before, drive up University Ave. toward Manoa. After you pass under the H-1 overpass, the first cluster of buildings on the right as you approach Dole St. is the UH Music Department. Turn right on Dole and take the next right soon after, then look for parking signs. Now, where is that printer cartridge?