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Back Row: N. Kay, Lyons, Karfh, Redman, jlilne,
Front Row: N. Barnard, Lezrzfv, Ross, Pozrer, lfoynfon,
Il'r1'ghl, JI. Sonzmyer
Absent: U'cIIe.v, Rodgers
We shook when we
had our voices tested
for Fidelio by Bliss
Friskin and Mr. Howe.
Then we waited for
the list to appear on the bulletin board,
and there were the usual exclamations,
"Oh, I can't bear it. How did she get in? "
But we really began to feel at home
after the' first rehearsal, especially when
Mr. Howe enforced his deadline ultima-
tum. VVe chose Barbara Ball as our presi-
dent, and Rlary Jane Kurth proved to be
an excellent accompanist. Instead of the
Gilbert and Sullivan opera with Phillips
we had concerts with Governor Dumrner
and Exeter. After the rehearsals for
Christmas carols were over, we really set
to work. The corridors of Draper re-
echoed all winter long to strains of " Braid
the Raven Hairi' and the 'G llerry Yvidow
VValtz. U Our concert with Governor Dum-
mer was a great success, any way you
want to look at it. The boys entertained
us royally, and we all had a good time.
YVe let. Exeter do the travelling for the
next concert, and they arrived to set up a
particularly high standard for future con-
VVe wouldn't have missed this year of
Fidelio for anything. although we don't
think it will miss us too much next year.
judging by the sounds coming across the
circle from New Fidelio.
Barbara Ball. President: .llary Jane Kurlh, Accompanist: Martha Ann Boynton, Librarian