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Page 109 text:
THE YONCOPIN MEN ' S GLEE CLUB Francis Wheeler Director Robert Torrens Accompanist James E. Hyde Business Manager The Glee Club boasted thirty-two members this year, the largest club the College ever had. Professor Wheeler worked diligently with the boys, many of whom were inexperienced, and per- fected a wonderful club which ranked among the best in the State. Concerts were given together with the band in Belcher, Mansfield, Atlanta (Texas), Ruston, Mer Rouge, Monroe and Shreve- port. This is the first year Professor Wheeler had directed the club, and he has certainly done well with the material with which he had to work. The outlook is very bright for next year PERSONNEL First Tenors Second Tenors John King Tom Bridges Cecil Henry Roland Faulk Sam Terry Ed Herron Mauree Davis Hershel Hanner Frank Hughes Earl Looney Baritones Burney Howard John Hardin, Jr. Jack Chad wick Charles Snowden Murphy Buchanan John McCormack Elmo Lee Johnnie Cook Howard Price Bob Goodrich James Boykin Bass James Hyde Sam Bostw ick Payton Mangum Stone Palmer Tom Wafer , ; ' . " ' ; . If 1 I f 1 L w p § ■ B -ft f t 9l T i " 9 " V 105
Page 108 text:
ft ' THE YONCOPIN CENTENARY COLLEGE BAND A real credit to any college. Our Band, under the direction of Prof. S. D. Morehead, has certainly been most successful this year. It is classed without a single doubt among the best bands of all the Southern colleges and universities. It is one of the most faithful organizations on the campus, having begi ' n practice a week before school started in the fall in order to be in shape for the first football game and having kept it up throughout the year. Everywhere the Band has been it has been highly praised both for its ability to furnish good music and for the conduct of its members. Among the trips it has made are: To Lake Charles port opening; to Dallas for the S. M. U. game; io Fort Worth for the T. C. U. game; and on the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce Good Will Tour. The Band has also rendered several difficult overtures, marches and the campus swings in a number of towns in Louisiana and Texas on the Annual Spring Tour of the Band and Glee Club. Twenty boys made up the membership; of the Band and every one of them plays h ' s instrument well. The chief reason for the wondenlul Band we have is the director. Prof. Morehead. He has snent much of his time and ene ' gy in wo r king with the boys and deserves much praise. The College would certainly feel the absence of Mr. Morehead and the Band.
Page 110 text:
!THE YONCOPIN VARSITY QUARTET Centenary has always been noted for its quartets and and the quartet this year has kept up the good reputation already established. With a great variety of popular, comical, and old-time melodies, the quartet has sung its way into the hearts of the students and all others who have heard them. It was one of the features on the Band and Glee Club program, accompanied the band on the Chamber of Commerce Good Will Tour and filled dozens of other short engagements. Because of the willingness of the boys to sing, they have had more invitations than they could fill. A specialty was made of singing at banquets. Three of the boys are to be graduated this year and their harmony will be missed, especially by the girls in the dormitory, whom they serenaded rather often. PERSONNEL J. Clingman Munday First Tenor John A. Hardin. Jr Second Tenor Jack Chadwick Baritone Jimmie Hyde Bass 106
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