Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music - Opus Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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' ••: ' ' -! ?Ki:ri 1 - ):i The 1 9 4 8 Opus 8 Presented By The Publications Department of Arthur Jorda?? Conservatory of Music Indianapolis, Indiana Anilui i (yidoM GcmAeMxitm j MuUc As all cultural institutions should be, if they are to serve their high purpose unhampered by pressure groups, Jordan is a non-profit organization solidly backed by a foundation which cares for its finances. It exists solely to bring music education to those who seek it: to provide a curriculum of academic in- struction which will enable its students to earn their living by music, and a curriculum of artistic instruction which will foster the highest standards of artistry in performance whether it be instrumental or vocal, or in the arts of Ballet and Drama, both so closeK ' allied to music. It is affiliated with Butler University, another non-profit cultural institution, in a connection which brmgs obvious ad- vantages to the students of both organizations: Butler under- graduates ma ' incorporate work toward their university degrees with classes at Jordan, and Jordan students may take advantage of certain educational, social and physical facilities of the Uni- ersity. Many degrees are awarded jointK- b} ' the Conservatory and the Universit -. ODEON Delaware Dorm Penn Dorm 16 North Di;i. aware Bovs ' Dorm CAMPUS Harrison Dorm 1204 North Dl;i aw are Dr. Lloyd F. Sunderman OuA " ihiAeotjyi Director of Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music is Dr. Lloyd F. Sunderman, distinguished musician and music educator. Besides being recognized as a leading authority on choir techniques and as an administrator, Dr. Sunderman holds numerous scholastic degrees including Bachelor of Music from MacPhail School of Music, Min- neapolis, Minnesota; Bachelor of Arts from Western Union College, Le Mars, Iowa; Master of Music from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York; and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Min- nesota. He was awarded for study such highly prized scholarships as the Madam Thelma Goldiska at the Opera Comique, Paris, and the Maestro Astilero Rogerio at La Scalla, Milan. Dr. Sunderman is closely identified with leading national educa- tion associations, and a leader in the civic and church life of the com- munity. He is a director of the Jordan Chorale, selected by the Music Educators National Committee to be the clinic choir for the National School Band, Orchestra, and Vocal Association Adjudica- tion Workshop, April 17, 1948, in Detroit, Michigan. He has been chosen to direct the Vocal Clinic, Ottor Lake, New York, in June. Last autumn he was conductor of the New York State School Music Association All-State Choir, Newark, New Jersey. Under his able leadership the Conservator) ' looks forward to another successful year. AdmmiAJ iaiiX n " m PP H G. V. Carrier WiLMA Thompson Secretary to the Director Jack Bah ey Publicity Director Stanley Norris Rcifii riir Weymouth Fogelberg l-iclil Rejircsenta hf Gene Chenowiih Guidance Coiiiisrlur ep znime4 Organ Deparfiuciif Mallory Bransford, Cba ' inuiiu Dale Young Helen Quig Piano D( ?partmeiit Roger Cushman, Chairman Patricia Avery Marian Laut Blanche Browne Paul Lindstaedt Mae Engle Dorothy Munger Charles Gallagher William Pelz Jeanette Gardiner Leone Richman Ann Kahn Glasser Ebther Schinbeckler Helen Harlan Carmen Scott Jeanne Havens Mildred Sweeney Gertrude Irestone Myrle Turner Earle Howe Jones Marie Zorn Bcnnie Kemp Mark Walker Suzanne Kemp Floy Wells Voice Dcpiirl iiiciit Charles Hedley, Cbainiiaii Harriette Campbell Fred Jefry Fred Kochrii larrcll Scutt 1 r.inklin 1 a lor I col, I Turner ' rhcovy ) 7) . ' V mill )k. NllKMAN I ' II 1 PS, C hiiniiiiii Willl.ini IVI Ro.Ucr ( Llsl.n,,.! C;arl IXu VSOIl Dorothy Munj; er Clint Re cd Mark W Iker Dorotin Woods ndJ iMm ental " e fho itment Victor Kolar Onht ' stra Conductor Bhldon Leonard Aisistant ConJiictor Rosemary L.ing Chnt Reed Harry M.chels Sam Scott Ch.irles Munger Mary Spalding John Nelson Ralph Thombs Elwood Nichols Leon Zawisza Kenneth Alyea Francis Fitzgerald Carl Dawson Robert Getcheli Alonzo Eidson Noble Howard Louise Essex Nellie Jones Dall Fields NiLO HOVEY Br -i - Band Conductor ( harles Henzie Assistant Conductor MhUc " epxi iiment Music J ' .duciilioii Nti.o Hovi:y, Chtiininin Alonzo Eidson Robert Gctchell Charles Hcnzic Iklcion Leonard M.uion loveless 3 ance lilcen I ' oMo,, Louise Brock Mary Sue McCarty a neeck omoL Ibn ama Drama Dcparfinciit Jamis R. Phillipi ' e, Chairiiiitu Marguerite Carlson (SD - Radio Dcpartinciif Tom Carnegie, C M riticvi Lyle Ludwig Dick Reid J.imes R. Phillippc UuieHt GcHdMOii Seated Left to Kif ht : Shirley Mc- Veigh, Robert Mitchum, president, Mary Fekcte, and JoAnn Burr. StanJiiii : Jack Martin, Paul Utxigc, Ed Zanibara, Carl Hungcrford, and James Lcwallen. enia d- ' 7- ' Earl Albfrtson Indianapolis Voice Chorale Barbara Bailey Indianapolis Voice Mu Phi Epsilon Chorale Mary Breedlove Indianapolis Violin Phi Sigma Mu Mu Phi Epsilon Orchestra Ruth Dye Round Up, Montana Piano Sigma Alpha Iota Choir Mary Fekete Hammond Piano Mil Phi Epsilon Choir Opus ' 46 Phyllis Fellk Columbia City Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota Orchestra Band Opus " 46 Elsie Ruth Fullen Indianapolis Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota (Pres.) Orchestra Student Council ' 46 Opus ' 46 Esther Garretson Anderson Piano Phi Sigma Mu Mu Phi Epsilon enixpU ' 47- 4 Eloise H rvey Westfield Music Education Sigm.i Alpha Iota Band Richard Hobari Ray, Indiana Piano Shirley McVeigh Indianapolis Music Education Sigma Sigma Alpha Iota Orchestra Band Don Martin West field Piano Phi Mu Alpha Choir Jack Martin Indianapolis Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Orchestra Band Student Council Frances Nic hoi s Xew York Piano Mu Phi Epsilon Choir Pall PAirrRsoN Indianapolis . " i!usic Education V OLLEEN I ' HII LIPS Burlington Piano Sisma Alpha Iota Chcir emc9M ' 47- ' David Ramsey Indianapolis Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Choir Joan Richey Indianapolis Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota Chorale Jean Vickery Indianapolis Piano Opus ' 46 Charles Wetzel Rushvillc Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Orchestra Band Victor Rumble Louisville, Ky. Music Education Band Orchestra Orchestra Rose Rohner Carroll, Iowa Music Education Mu Phi Epsilon Chorale Robert Rooker Indianapolis Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Band Orchestra Joan Viellieu Indianapolis Piano Mu Phi Epsilon (Prcs.) Chorale Dramatic Club umoM- Thomas Bkow nhll, Indianapolis JoAnn Burk, Adrian, Michigan Nancy Carlson, Indianapolis Glrakd Cllm Noin. Indianapolis Robert Cow i;n, Louisville, Kentucky Anui RSON Daii hv, Indianapolis , RoNAii) l)o k. Indianapolis I ' m. I Doiii.i . Indianapolis Wanda Kkh. Danville, Illinois Rkiiari) Gopin. GoslKn, Indiana Mary Goiiman, Indianapolis RoiuKi IInkoii), C-oKimbus C Aiii 1 k N(,i Ki OKI). Indianapolis GrRiRLDi Irisioni , Indianapolis Ekm ST Jackson, Indianapolis unlcM Richard Jones, Indianapolis Leo Laier, Indianapolis JoANN McCoRD, Indianapolis Mary Louise Masters, Indianapolis Robert Mitchum, Indianapolis Marjorie Morris, Columbus Gene Oaks, Indianapolis Doris Odell, Michigantown, Indian a Viola Peacher, Indianapolis Raymond Pearson, Indianapolis Virginia Pearson, New Augusta Evelyn Piel, Indianapolis Donai D Ratclieee, Indianapolis James Rickel, Claypool, Indiana Michael Ruthereord Cannclton, Inc iutkpn N ' lRGlNlA Satiks, Indianapolis John Sc)(Mirz, Indianapolis Maucaki;t St hlh, Indianapol, jOHiN SriBF.RiiNc, Marion Joan Shipman, Shelbyville Bi-TTY Shoai , Crawtordsvillc C-ilARI IS Sl ' OIlN, Indianapolis 1 iNioi n TliloiiAi 1), Indianapolis Rl 1 1 1 Ti us I 111 I 11 1 Ai 11 , Morroco C iiiiKi i ' an Diman, Grcenwoixl l)u k W ' wiiMiK, Gosport, Indiana RoisiKi Warnuk, Aitica, Indiana I U MORS not s m uii: Krilh Bioit)!, joscji ) Ilnijn, ' ;r,i; w j llolmdii, Hii);b Scolt, John Watson. a afimmiJ(:pi£A Firsf Row: Roy Abbott, Kcnmth Abcll, Toinmy Aiiknis, Doiotby Albrigbt, Carol Bailey, Crystal Ballard. SecomI Rou ' .-fohii Berry, Robert Bircbler, Ralph Black. Paul Blakeslec, Bill Bourn, Jack Braiiiard. Third Row: Catherine Bray, John Biinish, Mary Ann Bnrger, Parker Burns. Vey Carpenter, Eunice Clasper. Fourth Row:Dallas Cojfnian, Barbara Colinar, Donald Cronin, Randall Dennison, Kenneth Dooley, Patricia Diintcn. Fifth Row: Reginald DiiValle, George Eckroth, Gene Fiillen, Rosamond Graham, Barbara Grubs, Charles Guimi. M ' Ojxkomo- ' ieA. -. ' W ' i ' ;Ji- I 4 Houjrd, Edith lliiJsdii. SccoiiJ Row: Dale Jnckioii, RiclwrJ ,;;;, n. y, Dnrolhy Jarn . Aihlrcw fcffcrhf. Harry Ifnnhigs, Herman Johinon. Thml Row: Frances Kidwcll, Melrh, Kinr rry, Phrllh Kor iln; Thomas Laws.,,,. Joan I.calhirman, Bcnnic Lcc. Vourih Row: Maude Lee, Ches er U tleiohn. Dirk Lo,i„. Wanita Majde. Clyde McMillan, James Ma. son Fifth Row: John MaMW. Donald Ma . John Medjeski. Richard Metcalf, Rohert Meyer, Mary Mcycn. o k(mvoA£yi First Row: William Miller, Marilyn Uoran, Alfred Morlcy, ](,!■„ Xi-tth ' toii. Bai- bara Neumann, Carl Nicholas. Second Rote- George Nicoloff, Marjorie North, Claude Parsons, Raymond Potts, Eddie Price, Lancaster Price. Third Row: Harry Propalis, Gerald Oiiinn, Waneta Read, Dorothea Reagan, Mary Eleanor Reed, Dcntald Richardson. Fourth Row: Louis Rose, Hugh Rou, Harold Russell, William Russell, Bill Schmal- feldt, jane Schnell. Fifth Row: Fred Shultz, hnogene Singleton, Leonard Skinner, Betty Smith, Dai id Stinson, James Taylor. 24 a 0fymmtC9 ie4 ' F rsl Row: Martin Taylor, Dorciic Tia; ardiii, Gi.ur; c Thoin pitm, Larr- Th:nii- l rouy,h, Thedford Vaii hti, Syliia Waldniaii. Second Roll : Bill Warren. Robert Weeks. FJIa Jean Wilson. Kenneth Wilson. I ' reda y.anihara. Warren Zarriek. SOPHOMORES ; ( shown.- Kenneth Al)ea, Earl Baker, Arthur Beriaiilt. Helen Binklcy, Ray Churchman, jiin.- Cooper, Carroll DcCamp, Glenn lirnst, Herbert Cniy, johnny Hcdp ' !., Robert IliiI.e. Veronica Stewart, Bett) Weifient. n emm en Finf Row: Keith Allmi, Ciirol Alpine, Don Biirl ' oiir, Rosi Barhour, Raninii Barloii , Din id Barnhart. Second Row: l-rederick Biiuel, Burbara Bird, Paul Biibop, Ann Boat man, Cleve Bottoms, Edward Bradley. Third Row: Jack Brink, Reid Brooks, John Broun, RieharJ Broun, Patti Browne, Robert Bruce. Fourth Row: Robert Burger, Ralph Burkbardt, ]oRllyn Burton, Imogene Bush, Charles Byfield, Robert Carithers. Fifth Row: Robert Carris, John Case, Mariella Clements, Bernard Cook, John Cooper, Richard Cooper. 26 ledUmen i P r ' First Row: Walter Dauso,,. ll,,)J Dml. Ronnie Doles. KohnI Ehlruh c, Mjrjorh- Ellis, Chauiiccy Ehcsscr. Second Row: William ' i ijj ;, Oiien Ei hiaii, Ray Finik. Rifti Fiiszek, Kenneth Gable, James Gates. Third Row: Michael Giarratano. jack GilJerland. Homer Goher, Walter Coins, Dorothy Goodman, Naomi Grabill. Fourth Row: Leonard Crates, Flal Gray. William Gret ory, Eiii ene Crimson, James Harris, Mildred Hennint er. Fifth Row: Richard ,i;,i;.v, Robert Hine, Ed Holeman, Anione Holeias, Alfred Hood, josefth Fluff man. 27 Tint Row: Laura Hiiiignford , Floyd Hunt. Charles Joms. Don Kelly. Joe Kis ler, Lon Ann Kluse. Second Row: Janwi KozlowskJ, Harold Kratzch. Robert Lancaster. Roy Laiengood, Edgar Lees, Donald Lehnen. Third Row: Hotvard Lcmairc, James Lewallen, Malcolm Leicis, Chester Longen- berger, Benjamin Loveall, Kenneth McCreary. Fourth Row: Gerald McDcrmott, Norma McOuoicn, Audrey Marshall, Patricia Martin, Marilyn Mathes, Jack May. Fifth Row: Glen Miller, Delight Moon, Robert Moore, Irma Jean Nelson, Morgan O ' Dell, George Noblitt. 28 imA. men V r$t Ron : KoiiaU 07), . . t.;»r , ,■ OUIhiih. Osrar ChrcAi , Elisalnlh Parker, jraii Paxoii, Richard Paxtnii. Srcoml Rnir: Hiram Pi-any. Bcirrly PrrkiiL-i, Ulyssn Philliln. Renter Pnllark. Rich- ard Pducrs, Martin Priictt. Third Row: Lucy Pii h ijJ. Dai id Rcilich. Larr Rclhrrford, Mar }uiic Rice, lack Scit I. Frederick Sear,. Foiir h Row: Marilyn Seiherliiii.;. James Seurex. Bruce Shi[ maii, llerold S Mwmakcr, John Slmrtrid c, Helen ShaJIc. Fifth Row: James Shurr, Clyde Smith. John Sout jall, Charles Stoncr. Dortha Stucky, Irma Siiickard. 2 ' J neyiluyie. n birst Raw: Rohnf Vniy, jiuk Tlnsimn, Clmrlcs TImnihcrry, juim-s Tiltoii, Dora Wiit i oiicr, Justus Webber. Second Koic : Joy Weeiie, Leora West. hreJcr rk Williiims, M rrimii Wright, Don- ald Young, Mary Ann Yiiill. Third Rail-: Stanley Zaiey, Ed Zainbara. FRESHMAN not shown: John Ames, Eugene Bahlnnni, Ronald Barbour, Charles Beduell, Basil Bel i s, Thomas Cassell, James Dirks, Harry Diirflinger, Eddie Vreeland, John Gates, Jules Goudy, Ronald Greer, Edward Hariey, James Laue, Dai id Leiinsoii, Virginia Mar- tin, Wilbur Miller, Eldridge Morrison, Theodore Niekoloff, John Petroff, Harold Rutherford, Wallace Skinner, Charles Smith, Dons Smith, Theresa Smith, Leonard Sucsz, Jack Surigart, Myron Taylor, Waller Warmke, Paul West, Cecelia Wil- liamson. Ma Pkl pAMXpn Kappa Chapilr KAPPA Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorar)- pro- fessional music sorority had an active and successful year. Founder ' s Day was celebrated on Tuesda) ' , November 11, at the Warren Hotel. In the impressive ceremony eight girls were ini- tiated. A dinner followed for the active, alumnae, and patroness chapters. On Sunda) ' , No ' ember 30, Mu Phi Epsilon welcomed the prov- ince governor, and national editor, Mrs. Mildred Christian. She inspected Kappa Chapter and appointed a delegate to the National Convention. During her visit four girls were pledged. On December 13, the Mu Phi ' s participated in the Noel Fest with the other sororities and fraternities on campus. It was held at the Odeon where there was much food, fun, and festivity. Each year Kappa Chapter awards a scholarship to a person of outstanding talent. The award is in the form of one lesson a week with the head of the department in their field. This year the award was divided between Barbara Bailey and Mar ' Fekete both of whom are Mu Phi members. The Mu Phi Epsilon has contributed music to our Jordan Library this year. In the gift was included much needed two-piano literature and all of Haydn ' s trios. kima HVp ka ycda Zn A Chapter Sigma Alpha Iota, a national professional fraternity for women was founded in 1903 at the University of Michigan and in 1911 Zeta Chapter was installed at the Indiana College of Music. One of the aims of this fraternity is to " form bodies of representative women who shall by their influence and their musical interest uphold the highest ideals of a musical education. Each year Zeta Chapter presents an annual scholarship award to the woman in the chapter who has outstanding scholarship, musi- cianship, and who has shown loyalty to thefraternity. This year that scholarship was awarded to Eloise Harvey, senior. A National Founder of Sigma Alpha lo ' ra, Nora Crane Hunt talked on the growth of the fraternity from 1903 to 1947. On April 1 1th, S. A. I. presented in a recital Nancy Carr from Chicago. Miss Carr has a lovely lyrical soprano voice, and everyone who heard her was thrilled. The proceeds from this concert went to our scholarship fund. Initiation was held April 20th at the Woman ' s Department Club at which service six- teen new members were added to the ranks. Every Sigma Alpha Iota wishes success and happiness to the graduating seniors, Eloise Harvey, Collene Phillips, Joan Richey, Phyllis Felix, Elsie Ruth Fullen, and Carolyn Harvey. 32 Pm Ic ma Mu ETA Chapter of Phi Sigma Mu, national honorar)- fraternity for men and women in music education, highhghted their activities this year by making Dr. Lloyd F. Sunderman honorary member. Miss Marian Loveless and Mr. Gene Chenoweth became the advisors, and the first group of men that Eta Chapter has ever had were pledged and initiated. On October 20th ail of the members and pledges went to sec " Mad- ame Butterfly " at the English Theater. They celebrated our Founders Day on December Lkh by having a dinner in the Chinese Room of the Hotel Washington. A program, given by the pledges, was enjoyed by all. The ' ended the year by having a picnic for all members and their friends. i- r- Li A CHAPri;R 33 Pm Mi L Ai fdta M{MJj(m ixi This year Alpha Sigma has gained national prominence as one of the outstanding chapters in the country. The chapter has received many invitations to install nzw chap- ters in prospective units. Included was a large chapter installed at Indiana State Teachers College on October 5, 1947. Throughout the year a good feeling of comradeship has pervaded the local chapter. The annual American Composition program was very successful, and gave both the chapter and the public a glimpse of fine talent from Jordan. The pledge class of the current year was one of the largest in the history of the chapter, and encompasses some of the most brilliant talent of the male student body. Alpha Sigma Chapter 34- MeM (pi.nuia At 1343 North Pennsylvania live seventeen aspiring musicians — or rather, sixteen mu- sicians and a " golden-throated " radio man. Musicians range all the way from a drummer to singers. Is it any wonder that some strange sounds sally forth into the air to greet the ears of neighbors and passers-by? Over this melee reigns the queen of house mothers and her court (the house officers). Mrs. Hopper is gracious, kind, and very considerate when " king " Bach or his lowly coun- terpart, " Jazz, " takes over the front room. She is on hand to help the officers with their administrative duties, and even acts as arbitrator in rule disputes, or in ordinary arguments. She is always willing to set out food for a party, and in case of illness in the house, she fills the bill as chief nurse. Outside of a few stones thrown into the river once in a while, our domestic river runs smooth and deep — but not quiet. Ike jhelauxoAs (ymutoAu The Delaware Dormitory, the largest of the women ' s dorms, houses twenty-two girls and their able housemother, Mrs. Jennie DeSelms. Our year has been a very successful one. We celebrated Christmas in fine style by each decorating our own room, and singing Christmas carols around the neighborhood and around our own Christmas tree. St. Valentine ' s day was welcomed by all and we celebrated by letting the hearts choose and letting men mvade our private domain. St. Patrick ' s day brought more merriment with a chili supper for all prepared by our housemother. We ate until we were stuffed. Our biggest occasion was the celebration of Mother ' s day where all oiu ' mothers got to- gether and we beamed with pride. Our next vear ' s plans are complete and heading the list is the hope that we will live as harmoniously together ne. t year as we have this year. (House Committee please take note.) 3(i cM-a i iMon jb yimiicpUi The days run smoothly at the Harrison Dorm, and all of the girls are in rare form. Colleen, the House President, is kept on the run — rules to be observed, yet all must have fun. At the Christmas party, high spot of the year, all had a good time, but Freshies shook with fear. Benjic ' s ghost made his annual walk, and some of the Freshies were white as chalk. Many carols were sung under the Xmas tree light — poinsettias and evergreens made a beautiful sight. After gifts were exchanged, Mrs. Woodie brought in food. " Fat heart- ily, " she said, " and stuff yourselves good. " The next big affair of the dorm social year is the May Da - luncheon when mothers appear. We all looked forward with unanimous consent, for this is a " must, " — a yearly event. Other things happened which girls like to retrace, but simply can ' t for lack of space. It ' s a grand group of girls, some from far, some from near. Anyway, let ' s just put it: it ' s been a grand, full year! .17 PenM. ' OAmltc ( ri The Penn Dormitory is the smallest of the women ' s dormitories. It houses thirteen girls and the housemother, Mrs. Nora Middaugh. Patty Dutten is the efficient house-president; Freda Zambara, vice-president, and Helen Howard, Secretary-treasurer. As in most college dorms, the girls have endeared themselves through eccentricities as well as virtues. For instance, one of the group finds falling downstairs the easiest way of descent; another believes the clothes closet the most private place for a telephone conversation; still another thinks the best of college is weekends home! House meetings are most enjoyable get-togethers, particularly so when enhanced by Mrs. Middaugh ' s delicious fudge, the fun, and the loyalty of the girls of Penn Dorm. Gk A zU The Jordan Chorale is the most selective of the singing organizations within the Conservatory. Membership in the Chorale is achieved by audi- tion only, and the singers have the distinction of being trained and con- ducted by the Director of the Conservatory, Dr. Sunderman, whose rec- ognition was primarily gained in the held of choral music and who is a nationally known figure. The Chorale often joins with the instrumental organizations in presenting oratorios and other orchestral-choral works. 39 liaMoi The Concert Band is directed by Nilo Hovey, distinguished bandsman who is also chair- man of the Music Education department. The Jordan Concert Band is a nationally known group, in demand for more out of town concerts than it can possibly play, and rightly, concentrating its " field work " in Indiana. 40 On Ji£Ai ia I SPI iS i pjsaByjspjsy jsssf jse The orchestra is directed by Victor Kolar, formerly conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and now head of the Conservatory ' s orchestra department. Mr. Kolar and his splendid group appear in com- plimentary concert at least twice each year. As a conservatory orchestra, this one ranks close to the top; it provides actual practice in ensemble- playing for the students who necessarily play most often as individuals. It is a training group for those whose ambition it is to become members of the country ' s great professional symphon ' orchestras. 41 PlcujA HtkUilcA The basketball team of A. J. C. was hrst organized in the fall of 1946. The team saw quite a bit of action during the past season despite the handicap of no permanent home floor where they could work out every day. Practice sessions were held every Monday and Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church gymnasium. Gradually buildmg a small student backing throughout the season, the team won three games and lost five. Coach Jim Phillippe and his squad chalked up victories over Purdue Extension and Lincoln Chiropractic college (twice), Depauw, and Canterbury. Kenny Dooley of Columbus was high scorer for the season with i: pomts. Other valuable members of the team included: Dave Reihch, Decatur Central; Charles Byfield, W ' inamac; Keith Weber and " Bud " -ber, Indianapolis; Claude Parsons, West Baden bpnngs; Bob Moore, New Albany; John Hedges and George Noblitt, Columbus; Harold Rutherford, Cannelton; Bob Cowan, Youisville, Ky., and Kestcr Pollack, Michigan City. Congratulations go to Coach Jim Phillippe for his untiring eftort and determination, and to the entire team for their fine cooper- ation, team-work, and good sportsmanship throughout the season. The present team hopes for a bigger and better team next season and to a larger student-backing in an earnest endeavor to further the school spirit at Jordan Conservatory. 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Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music - Opus Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music - Opus Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music - Opus Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

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