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Flrsf Row left to right: McLarty, Carlson, Weise, Moore, Hann, Second Row: Schafer, Schunemann, Helwig, Young, Belgrave,
Eichmuller J Bazeley, D. Redmond, Bennett, Parsons, Sawdey, Smallwood, Zaffarano, Swartwout, Bahmiller, Thoman, Owen,
G F Strickling Director, Shaw, R, Snow, Micklewright, Ebinger, Schweitzer, Toole, Stanko, Lewis, Hays, Hawkins,
Gregory Tuve, Howe, S. Nassau, Juengling, Stirgwolt,
Third Row: McAllister, Noyes, Thomas, Baietti, Vermillion,
Schrenk, Sords, de Hamel, Rubin, Schabo, Black, Tulk, G.
Cole, Limbeson, Fulton, Pollock, Krebs, Wischmeyer, Winship,
Wagner, Scantlebury, Jeromson, Gray, R. Johnson, Krieger,
Working into a full schedule the Case Glee
Club has again presented three programs in
the first two months of school.
First, a War Bond radio broadcast. . . second.
a performance at the Armed Forces Recruiting
Assembly for the entire school . . . third, a
radio program at the Case-Reserve Football
Rally . . . this gives a brief record of the glee
club's activities thus far.
Now that tire and gas rationing have killed
the annual trip to Lake Erie College, all the
boys are looking forward more eagerly to the
Home Concert. Director George Strickling
promises more of the novelty as well as the
sweet music which always characterizes the
glee club numbers.
George F. Strickling , . "Strick"
to everyone . . . has performed
a brilliant job as director of the
Case Musical Clubs. Through
his hard, untiring work the
Band, Orchestra, and Glee Club
have become worthwhile parts
of Case life.
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Russ Nyerges, the man who
leads the Case band down the
field at each game. . . the man
who sports the high-plumed
hat and flowing cape, and also
the man who directs the foot-
ball band in the absence of
Clever formations. . . militaristic marching. ..
quality music have all helped George Strickling
achieve for Case's band the title of "The Best
in the Big Four." The newly remodeled Band
Room proved to be an added incentive for all
Case's musical engineers "to prove their
worth," and they certainly did at the football
games and the never-forgotten Home Concert.
lt was Russ Nyerges, drum major, and "tiny
mite" majorette Betsy Strickling who set the
cadence for the marching band. When Student
Manager Art Wittmer became puzzled with
any type of band procedure, it was "Doc"
Sanford, faculty manager of the musical clubs,
who supplied the much-needed advice.
First Row left to right: Humiston, Anthony, Roberts, Deuring, Second Row: Wittmer, Portman, Krause, Schultz, Leeds, Thomp
Frohmberg, Hubbell, A. Bazely, Baietti, Alden, Wischrneyer, Sgnl Elliott, Creoge,-I COX, Winghip, Pritchard, Schweitzer
Barrett Weinkamer, Black, Ktauter, Gorman, Brehm, Sowers. Ad0m5, 5Cl'Wm'll', P9991 Bl0Cl4m0"l, TOOIE, M00V9l'10U5e Sl'10"P
G. Cole, Breneman, Kibbel, Armington.
Third Row: Visconty, Leiss, Schaefer, Maclntyre, Bolling, Ziegler,
Hunt, Richards, Reinberger, Doncyson, Harrison, Blouch,
Snell, Nielson, Queer, Sebesta, Bowman, Davis, Schafer,
Wagner, Herot, G. F. Strickling-Director.
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D. C. Thompson, student man-
ager of the Case musical clubs,
holds a prominent position in
the musical affairs of Case.
Cooperating with Dr. George
Sanford, faculty adviser, Don
has the job of arranging and
carrying out all engagements
of the musical clubs.
Who says Casey never gives up his slide rule?
Why sure he does! All the orchestral music
for special assemblies . . . Home Concert . . .
Honor Day . . . and Commencement is fur-
nished by an orchestra of music-minded engi-
neers. "Strick' '... the man with the stick
. . . accomplishes the hard job of orchestrating
and choosing the selections for the orchestra
in addition to conducting rehearsals. Bill
Wischmeyer, the man behind the man behind
the stick lstudent managerl assists in the
proper performance of all rehearsals and ap-
pearances. Casey is certainly not the dull
Firsl' ROW, left to right: KOrQCl'1, l'l. Young, .let'OmSOI'l, Hunt, A. Second Row: Anjegkyl Tuve, Wischmeyer, Gorman Wlttmer
Bazely, Baietti, C. Frohmberg, Zamboky, Claflin. Anthony, Winship, R. Frohmberg, Moorehouse Sharp Ny
erges, J. Bazeley.
Third Row: McAdam, Simmons, Dorer, Wagner, Herot, Elliot,
Harrison, Richards, Reinberger, Micklewright, Gregoric, Gross,
G. F. Strickling--Director.
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