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Here ' s to DePauw, Boys. I ' m Forever Blowing Bubbles. Ol ' Rockin ' Chair ' s Got Me. 137
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m Sbefi auw hlna (I3and arcnin 9 Director Franklin P. Inglis and Bill Shemberger Under the direction of Mr. Inglis, who so skillfully developed our 70-piece marching band that comments such as " tops . . . one of the best in the state " became not uncommon, we found reward for the long hours of practice. Precision field movement was illustrated on Dad ' s Day with our swinging Rockin Chair. Presenting a novelty, " I ' m Forever Blowing Bubbles, " on Old Gold Day, we formed a pipe which actually produced bubbles. Spring took us on our annual tour — including a stop in Cleveland — and formal campus con- certs received strong student approval Climax- ing the year, it was our enjoyment to again present the popular outdoor programs — weather permitting!— and, lastly, the commencement music for the class of ' 49. Piccolo- V Arnold, M Ashby, O. Coats, E. MacDonald, N. Williams. Flutes: N. Donahue, J. Wine. Eb Clarinet: V Nielson Bb Clarinet: J. Applegarth, J. Cain, E. Cassassa, R. Cloutier, S. Griffith, Mrs. Irrna Griggs, N. Griggs, M Luther D O M Otto, A Rudy, R. Sargent, H. Steele, T. Van Etten, R. Williams. Alto Saxophone: C. renlon, L Gilger ' B Hayes, C. Hickman, N. Russell. Tenor Saxophone: C. Dappert, A. Monroe. Baritonw Saxophone: M. Wenzel. Cornet and Trumpet: A. Dirrim, E. Duke, J. Fairfield, R. McCurdy, W. McGlade, K McGlad K. Parllj R Powell E Stocker, J. Webb, D. Widmeyer, G. Wood. French Horn: A. Fiorillo, W. Marker, M. Khodel, C. Sparling. Baritone- H Burdick, ' P Vietzke, J. Zartman. Trombone: H. Christian, L. Fontaine, D. Gray, R. Shanks, B. Shemberger, R Underwood. Tuba: G. Delaney, B. Logan, C. Zellers. Percussion: G. Goodwin, P. Julian, R. Lehr, D. Leirer, J. Payne R Radle, J Willhoite. Drum Major: R. Vinzant. Baton Twirlers: L. Beaumont, M. Greenleaf, I. Koebke, P. Upie.
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l Ue Sina for LJur upp Uke Ulniuerditw L n V oir Director George Gove. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Our forty selected voices blended to furnish a well-bal- anced choir of which DePauw can well be proud. Once each week at Gobin Church we contributed to a few minutes of relaxation and meditation with the pianissimo of a prayer or the inspiring chords of an anthem. Our singing was not confined to these chapel periods,- for, with accompanists, Helen Picken and Don Pfost, we gave additional concerts. In November we sang at an Elwood Methodist Church Centennial and at the Muncie College Avenue Church. Our spring vacation tour through eastern Indiana and Chicago was begun on Palm Sunday at historic Vincennes. As was customary, we concluded another year under Mr. Gove ' s direction by singing at Commencement. This year, to add variety and spice, we included instru- mental soloists on our program: Robert Meredith, Pat Scudder, and Bill Anderson. Jean Foerster, Marjorie Horn, Ellen Petroff, Marilyn Morr, Lou Petry, Anne Oglesby, Margery McDaniel, Helen Picken, Sue Cain, Pat Scudder, Marian Merchant, Yvonne Smith, Connie Caylor, Mildred Greenleaf, Sally Lord, Marjorie Manson, Frances Matkin, Phyllis Prakel, Helen Diehl, Barbara Kmgsbery, Carol Cumins, Betty Jo Scarborough, Katherine Grimm, Lynn Porter, Fred Tanselle, David Baughman, Richard Nichols, Bill Clem, Harvey Bates, Donald Pfost, Norman Hake, ' Wendell Howard, Robert Meredith, Gene Hurst, Joseph Schoen, Rodger Grossman, John Morris, Robert Ricketts, William Dreyer, Richard Lewke, Ted Blum, Douglas Trout, William Doolittle. 138
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