Eastman School of Music - Score Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1939

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I F 1 ' 1 1 i i '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 X . ll 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I 11 1 J 1 1 . 1 Z 1 1 S V Ti- 1 Y 4 1 1 A PAUL ALLEN MILDRED BANASIK 1 ROCZ76.fl'61", N. Y. Bujywg, N. Y. .- 4 1 7: ,N N 1 19,1 I 1 1 ' -vv , ,L , .1 ..,..,.........,. v w 1 3 I 5 f 1 5 I 1 P ROSARIO CEILENTANO E. VANCE BEACH Rocbexter, N. Y. Loy Ancgelef, Calif i a 5 1 5 1 E . . 3 1 3 i , . . I S PRISCILLA BROWN JAMES BECKWITH New Bedford, Mays. Mazdifan, Wif. 1 I PAIGE DIBACCO Tlaomm, W. Virginia LEE FAIRLEY ' BARBARA CUTLER Hannibal, N. Y. Greene, N. Y. EVERETT GATES Def Moiney, Ia. I NEIL GORDON Sajmljm, Okie. ANITA EVE EASTON GERTRUDE DUNLEVY Aberdeen, S. D. Pezlmym, N. Y. I 5 I 2' . Pl , . I a' 1 1 4' ' 1 s , 1 1 , l 4 , Z I V . . X Q . 2 W M 1 M a W ,a 'E , in w 1 1 R 1 , ,fi E nz 1 . , Z! 5 - I a A Q l ,- A , 4 i ' -', 1 J, 1 , . ly 1 I", 1 .Q'K'ff1 I .yi i P15 in 1 lj 3 H THELMA GASPAR GEORGE GOSLEE l fi. F fi , 5 Q Omaha Near Cleveland, O Q -psi- SOPHIA ENG MARGARET ANN GROVE Forex! Helix, L. I., N. Y. Milwaukee Wiy. ' J TFL E L A ,k I fl 1 il ii A1 Y w W M A Qi H L f 1 Q , 11 l 1 , q li 1 11 1 L 2+ L 1 X1 Q L A L .44 ' ll X . 4 1 5 Q 3 I I 1 4 1 1 s L v' 4 W F ,. gf , w 1 I ,F 9 NI , 3 3 1 Q 4' f .f l L 2 I j g 3 1 - 'E La 5 ' " , 14 , -A 3 Ei i 1 X 3 H5 3 ff L ,K 91, , 3. 1 l ROBERT HULL ELIZABETH L. JONES Wilmington, O. Wofcefter, Mays. w 1 1 w I I I 1 ! 1 3 I 5 WALTER MARCHAND MURIEL LEFKOWITZ Cleveland, O. , Rochester, N. Y. N V ELMER MEACHAM ANGELINA MACRI Randolph, O. Rocbefter, N. Y. if PV'-70" :ff"'A-' ' " - - ' 'f , 1'-A ,ff -. ... , , MAURICE FOOTE MURIEL MASON New London, O. New Y01fk, N. Y. JAMES MING LEONA MAZURKIEWICZ Beaumont, Tex. Springville, N. Y. E A L OLIVE MACLAURY HELEN MILLS Roxbmgf, N. Y. Oneida, N. Y. ELLIOT MORGENSTERN JEAN MARSHALL Cleveland, O. Ithaca, N. Y. -- ---- -1- I I 1 WILLIS PAGE VIRGINIA PETERS Rocloefter, N. Y. Bujfalo, N. Y. NANCY PAGE EARL MUELLER Batavia, N. Y. Harvard, Ill. .11 .Y A, 3: I Q I i 1 51 I 1 1 1 11 ,, S 1 - . 1 1 ,V i 1 . 1 6 i , 1 1 1 - 11 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 "K ' 1 1 1 1, 1 . Q1 1 " 3 H 11' I i f 'M ' 1 21, " -I .' -1 1 1 1 1 1. if - ,i I 12 Z. 1 1 31 F , Q' , I 511-1,1 .JIU ,,11 I Ei fi 1 1 3 if ,HE ja? ' .47 1 4 ' If f gs V. .cr 1 X ' 1 i 5,191 f .l 41.2 ' . ii' 1 1 A'- 1 1 1 1 NATHANIEL PATCH ANTOINETTE PIETRANICO Geneva N. Y. Rocloeftezf N. Y. 3 J ' ' 1 f DONALD PEARSON Denver, Colo. AARON PRATT Windfor, Conn. 1 . i BETTY ROBFOGEL ROBERT ROSEVEAR Roclaefter, N. Y. Bloomfield, N. f. f r THEODORE PETERSEN MARIE ROHR Rocbeffer, N. Y. Rocheyter, N. Y F HAROLD SCHATZ ROBERTA SCHLOSSER Rocbefter, N. Y. Rocheytef, N. Y. 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X FRANK HENCK Cleveland, Ohio GEORGE MERRILL Emi Aurora, New York NF? jf GEORGE KELVER MARJORIE HOOKWAY Wezlef Center, New York Eem' Oremcge, New jereey 4' O BARBARA TODD Portland, Maine , , LUCILLE SCHNURR Rocbeyter, New York E Q , vi W' Q2 A PA? R :I Q Q E 'K n x Q 1 L W, E ,, Qi L, ' 5 f 5 il IQ k 5 X. 1 I if ai 'ii jg,- F +1 I 4, A 'lf' WS 1 S A CHARMIAN BOOMER I HERBERT BRILL Manila, P. I. Bangor, Maine Q A, . , - -1':'1'v?:f-f A 1 1- .. s L .. ,, 2 a. ' -,. ' ....4, g'-""' -. ---' -,.,. ...,..-....,, U3 f 1--1 n.. .., ,.,K'--u- 4'-und.. -1- ,,,., -1.-,-,,, A , ,..4..,:.-.,,.-.,-.--.L.:,' ---.. -W-......,. ',',-L-.,....-g M' ,,1...,.,, , ,,, W -ww-'-:farm-warm-vwwvx ew' vu- fvlvvvfvawux ' 1 'Hs Hung, """"""' H, ,lu .- if ' Z. . 1 I ,1 J 1 SHELDON ESCHRICH WILLIAM CLEMMONS Dmmzille, N. Y. Little Rock, Arkazfzuzf . new I P,ssqv-:- wg'-r 1, i . S cfs .- H 0 ,. .vm , ia.. .1-'I A .74 fi-. A Y , p 1- - V' - f V' 4 I. r . 1 51 -T-My-.-f,sf?r-..,. 72.,,,..,,.. V. . ,--,,i.,...,,.. .f '-1-qw. THE CL S Fil93 Statistically speaking, in our inonage there were one hundred eleven. of us, of that number, fifty are drowned, sixty odd are natant. The necrologies of the former have been hard to trace, but the quiddities of the latter are obvious. The solid reasons for starting out as musicians remain, in most cases, fairly constant, but the additional weight of avocations has, on others, proved rather taxing. Of these extra-aesthetic occupations the outstand- ing are: amphibology, ossifrage, narco- lepsy, and oenology. Some retain their vocations with surprising tenacity, others cling to a fifty-fifty proposition, the bal- ance still hide their Tahitian qualities well under the bushel. i Lack of knowledge gave us amusing con- tours at the outset. Experience has rounded out the lines, and individual adjustments have been precisely to the degree of the nepenthe an or seditious tendencies.- As an organization, we have sponsored a number of projects, not with the finan- cial success sufficient to create active re- sentment in the breasts of our fellowmen. As further proof of our pacifism, we have supplemented our unintentional generosity with one outstanding Welfare measure: The Big Sister Movement, which we picked up from other American educa- tional centers. It has survived two years, which proves that we are not indecently differentiin regard to those selfless urges innate in all true artists. Our spontaneous affection and democratic sincerity found a medium of expression in the production of a pictorial SCORE, revolutionary in its treatment. We expect to place a copy in refrigeration for the obloquy of coming journalists. The future should be of fine calibre, not only because the amplification of our merits could not be otherwise, but because of signs which our name bears in itself: 1939. Even an amateur numerologist could not overlook a Unity, a Trinity, and Spiritual guidance of the Muses. LUCILLE WHITE, .S'ec1'em1fy mf . 5 3 .Nu H .. Ziyi 4. 4 ii., .5-.za . . 3, I -.a ..i..., x ,ni fi ..f. .x. .N .gl W. . ,., ,. , H1 ..i 'xg ,, ,, 1 -'J' 4 iff! ,NL ...url ' 4 MQW ' v ...gs .IN ,s ,1 . vi' 'I 'Y 4' I' O -. Q , ,ii 1. if 5 , " L 1 if 1 z Y P . f sig Y. ng. 1 mf , v film' ter? . J QM? 'x . M I iz K1 I ,? n X 'i 4 Y , i Y I I . .sm HN fr- , . V, Ag. .,,x if 4 fn, ' Fw fr V f- ,rr X. ,ca 2. 'ws X-v. ,, a, 'W 6.1, If E .. ,wp w ' 'tim , 4- , .. K .J-f 1-it ,333 .. ,,. T 'e .VLA . 1, 14-,if ,fyn I. rv' fri H .. .s, i, , .aw . Lg-", 2. -il 1. ry-Q, . :,.'N,' ' figs .iff :wg- v v -..u . A' , -4 x,' ,,-, my, - ., 3. g. -:ik j. .s mn CLASS UFFICEHS PETERSON . . Preficlentr 'LT CARRIGG . . Vice-Prefident wig SIMMONS . . Secretary 732. WITTE abscntj . . Treasurer , Q ,, vi , -,. H. .xf -1, ,R . ,:,x ,S-Qui' 6 ,b 1 Tv ,,:vx .,. 1.2 .,,,A. Y x f r J 1 FIC -hf' ' 'J'-v ., 1-'J .f,'.'.R: 'fl 01 ',! Y ,K Af 4 tl, Q 'vi ,J H .,,4 'll x I w T I A I "n 1 J ,L 'I A 2 ffl' ij." '. sf- Lil" xl -'CW ' -.,.g.?5w LI1 '. . rf- mi' H '1. il fa fu 2 .fe if, 53 1 ' X V , 1 qi .r ,'f'f1':' .L Q, . 'P' J:-, b s.-x-.. -- --v... .. ,- 1. 1.bsi:C""i'ir "si""'4"- L.LfLi 'lop Pow: Lee, Parker, Hruby, Marsteller, Holmes, Dallin, Smith, Spurgeon, Vorherr, Micci,Joiner, Funk, Rusiniak, Hoffmann. Tnufn Row: Chilcott, Peterson, Kotzin, Schuster, Kirkpatrick, Kufel, Shetler, Stahl, Dakin, Sanders, Kinyon, End, Darnell. 3l'1'.'Jf'fl'J P ow: Simmons, Reed, Lueck, Shattuck, Buckmaster, Devereaux, Vicary, Conway, Dolan, Shuinaker, Lohman, Stalder, Borgstrorn , King. Pzwr l4'1'll1 hflwards, Knittel, Fosburg, Allen, Carrigg, Chapman, Guthiel. REB I l E E f i i l a ,A 4. im? ,.-. 4, .. 1 V. f7"T x...a...-,1...4E,..4.-...:....2a..... y Sl 11, 1 1. M 5 il f 6 L 'Q 5. ,. .1 . I5 1 Z' 2 "gill if -n 4 +53 . 4, 1f 1 Ll 3, , 1. THE CL S UFl940 As a Junior Class, I fear we cannot take credit for any more than the traditional activities of the third year. That is to say, we have inaugurated no new activities but have merely followed the examples of our illustrious predecessors. We like to think, however, that the activities under- taken were successful. Through correspondence during the sum- mer and personal contact when school opened at the end of September the girls, and in turn, the boys of our class tried to do a good part by the entering lassies as "big sisters", but it wasn't long until the so-called "little sisters" might well have taken some of us under their wing. Q By this time the Harvest Season, which being translated to an Eastman student means 'cider and doughnut time,' was in full swing and we celebrated the occasion with the annual I-lallowe'en Barn Dancelin East Rochester . . . a real hill-billy outing, attended and thoroughly enjoyed by Faculty and Student Body alike. . ' Last year's junior Class rather uncon- sciously but nevertheless effectively made the Eastman Formal a class activity and we followed suit with something of an Old Home Weekend, declared a success by all who attended. This year the idea of a Formal Queen was introduced and most enthusiastically received. In fact, with one 'more year's polishing, the whole weekend affair should prove a highly successful institution, both from an enter- tainment and a financial standpoint. Here's to next year's Juniors in the undertaking, in fact, in all their undertakings! The major activity of the Juniors in past years seems to have been the SCGRE, and far be it from us to belittle. lt seems a bit late in the day as well as a bit out of place either to exalt or drag down the SCORE at this point . that, we leave to you. You will be tolerant, won't you? SARAH JANE SIMMONS, Secretary. b ,IZ il. X A iii ,.. 1 I. ' 4.5 ff, v l MJF iii" - ,Nas nc ,-, fl v,fQQ1,iE-5 ' . Qfffl, b Vygv 'A E ri. si. I fi 5133 A f..-., .,,,,. .. l WWI' -. L ' -5-.at . " gif' f. -22692. r,w., f ,.'1Q,.- if . , 1 1. ,.f. . sig? A .' 'ggi e,!.m'? fvlffsx : l ,, . . ' if 1' " - 7.132-X 1, ' :Lk l 'ig-Q Tgkffl r f 43Tpv'2 r j, 1 5 1 ' 2 ZS . ,ig ,. V' 4. ' Zwlfifil ,, lx UNE CLASS UFFICEHS . . Pfefidem' H . Vice-Prefizlent K . Secretary ' . Tremmfeff ,....v, ,+,.,....-. Fi V sf? . V' 1 :I- 1-" gf-1 Q Ei Y' 5' 2 5 3 .- ----- -- --4-.-..1.u::.:fn'i"aanH-f4"-1-'--'ff-r - '2'-'-1--V ""'- - -:-f-'---ff-- --'-'f--'- 1... - - - .. . , . . 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" Q .J ' f THE CLAS The members of our illustrious class of 1941 underwent great transformations dur- ing the summer months.. Our first revival meeting in the fall welcomed the brethren and sistren back into the fold, and we became re-acquainted in time to begin our official duties by giving the Freshmen a very royal hazing-despite the petty an- noyances of administrative edicts and the Juniors. As the year progressed we regained our perspectives. Things of lesser importance, including the war crises in Europe, were far overshadowed by the series of major calamities which burst upon us: chorales, inventions, patents, variations, spirituals, Sonatas, ad infinitum. SUFl94l At a crucial moment the Sophomores gave birth to a new idea, a free idea, a stupen- dous idea, in fact, The Big Top Circus Dance! Cat this point the band swings into the trio of "Barnum and Bailey"D The attraction was advertised to the extent that the school was completely lost in a storm of posters. Informality reigned, and so did the pop corn and peanut-shells, and a general good time termed the affair a success. "Apples Are God's Bottles" . . . but we're the class of '41, BEDE BUCK, Secretary F flxss urrllzlans Pre fident Vine- P1-ef iden! SV'ecremry Trm.1u1'e1' Y I 1 I 2 5: W- 5 L.- v.,v. .S . fn-9 M V kf, " '. x w ,- . ' ,,. x 4,14 1 5 2 s ,f df, YL Lfiiiil? A 3:7 1 . 'fi'-311621 l 4 f Vzaggygt' A aft 4, , - ,nr ra 'V ' , i . Y',' ' , 5, X... 3.5 -4.411 N . : :,l V 1 . gig WM-1 fs, 1 J.4,l,-, l l H ld Fredlund Missal Speas Dike, Berky, Bolyarcl, Willoughby. 1 Pew' kr-,air-fgr. l-lcylrnan, Van Nortwiek, Eiehe ,G oe, a ane, , , , l Ulllifg, Doherty, Morgan, Finney, Kronenberg, Krachmalnick, Rodgers, Bruce, Van Haney, Hauenstein, Hinger, 4 K 1 C fl'l'l'l 4 ' ',' ff 'fanfle'.'xater, Enright, Meyung, Smith, Riddle, Moreland, Gemmalo, Daniels, Bishop, Tabor, Swerdloff, Callaway, , ,5 5,z,f,flcn, l.ipalcf:r, Winter, Swartz. 1' ,wr zur, la f,l1bra,f.f,i, Main, Calabria, La Montaine, Merchant, Doolittle, Hamrin, Pranzatelli, Atkins, Pressler, Baustian, a ,llzaxf iff., lfa,lar',lfy, " ' ' L f B ntz. B ht Button Holmes, Snyder, Waite, acey, e f 'wllfw l'Y'8.','1Y'.fVl',ll2.fllCl3 Krancher Teff Bert man, fl , , , , 1 7 bn l B gl ,Q 5 Q l -1 rl l l l 4, V .'.,:,4 t . W: , ,VAA1 4 1 l l fl .1 .VJ -Q 'fl fin l .gps-1 ,..,,......4- r 0 ll! ' THE CLASS UF 1942 After a Week of tormenting the Freshmen, in the name of an official welcome to the school, the Sophomore president, Sidney Mear, called a Freshman meeting to elect class ofiicers. Those elected were: Thor Hamrin, president, Ruth Bishop, vice- presidentg Barbara Jean Smith, secretary, and Berton Bolyard, treasurer. Our first activity was to give a dance in return for the dance the Sophomores had in our honour. This was held in the Recre- ation Room of Hopkinson Hall, and it Was the duty of the girls to askthe boys. Outstanding among the innovations made by this class Was the institution of monthly class meetings in Kilbourn Hall at noon. These combined a business meeting, a musical program, and a speaker. Upper- classmen were invited to attend. Dr. Hanson inaugurated this series and used as his subject "Is Modern Music Modern ?" He objected to the connotation of the Word 'modern' and substituted 'contem- porary' in its stead. By illustrating his re- marks at the piano, he made it a highly entertaining discourse. At the next meeting Dr. Marjarum braved severe criticism when he talked on the faults of music stu- dents. Several things he objected to were: selfish individuality, narrovvness of out- look, and lack of curiosity in other fields. His speech was highly thought-provoking. Mrs. Kneisel chose as her subject, the value of literature and languages to a musician. As illustrations she pointed out the use composers have made of ancient legends . . . especially those of Germany. Several students from the class contributed to the musical portion of each meeting, providing an added incentive to class mem- bers to attend. ' Robert Dike organized a Dramatic Club, primarily as a Freshman project. Gradu- ally, hovvever, upperclassmen joined and the club took on the name "The Q Club". With a remarkably short period of prepara- tion and in a far-from-amateur manner, the club soon came forth with their initial production: Samson Raphaelson's "Accent on Youth". The last major activity was a semi-formal dance, given in MacDoWell Hall. Benny Pressler's extensive advertising and fine management, backed by Freddie Wool- ston's orchestra brought a good crowd to climax a year of successful activity for the Class of 1942. ' BARBARA JEAN SMITH, Secretary -.. -,.:..M --1-..g-.-3,5 -"-1 .- 'Q 4. .4 ,,-21'-' 'ni 'T T 'A ' " '-A '- Q V .,,,3,::,..L2. - 31.11- ' - -va-,-H1-v.J....4v11i:1rx.13.1--5'A.3.JiiT':g:f ' ,. i , , 4 ,,,.,. ,, , -A -H.. ,MR . f- 1 an -..,. A- --,-.,. -- - -' -- , - L .J w - -.N..----'- '-'f f-. - ' "Y Q .. an f -. A X I. 1 A.-.rg 4 --.. , ..-mn - H- -LJ. -1::::: .-7: - .-, -F.: , .1 i:KlL,g ws-u ... nf, -4 .' :vu .4 , Tr: , V ' 'Q' FIIFFIIJFHCS Pre ridezzf Vzce- Pl'C',fl6!L'lZf S ec refury 'Tl'U6l.flll'67' FAF'-if 1 .K 6 N -i ' , , N A 5 1 , gg M, ey. 1 r L ,J 1 ' Q . 1 1 . ' , 5- gf, 5 I f .L Y '9 5' K? ' . 4 A 'Q ' 'i 'h -7-M1524 F',3'f.S1 - 3 ,, . 1 'Tn pe" 4 1 i Q Z . fg 1 N , N N . l w X I 5 I l ,?"i.f.- . f - -3,,i,3:-'., a . V I ang In A' aj 5' 151 L41 -an lfalmfff, lJ'J'J!T'JI'Tll!f, Bacharach, Werle, Spurbeck, Fennell, Alinand, Morris, Snider, Burt, Stewart, Lekberg, Olson, Guenther. ai' . Vlilzfm, Uhcrg, Kerr, Beach, Woolston, Finney, Kay, Myers, Rian, Stein, Herreid, Hargreaves, Peter, Montandon. A lf l.iroj. , l' 'J,Zg'il"u, Porter, Fenncll, Wilkinson, Workman, Hitchcock, Riedy, M. R. Myers, Ford, Lewis, Hargis. k A cl on Walker Brown Kent. ' I 'fl ,,Y'f'!A2VY, Krink, Page, Hickok, Par er, n ers ., , , I -sg .E .I , Q., W? ' f 51,3 x J :pl -A.' Vg .Big J I ii -I ,--Q I 1 lil' STUDENT ASSUCIA T IUN ROBERT WARD . LAURA HOWARD . . CHARLOTTE WACHS . EDWIN BLANCHARD . 0 I C EIIS SX., ,, .-xx Q I L xx nw. . . Prefidcjfzi Vice-Preyident . fecremfy . Tremzzrer ARTIST CERTIFICATE T -:re Jean of earriecc aricl carefiil .fciicly haoe hroiifghc Geralel Tf.'gi'!Zh9cZl7Z co the elecgree of excellence reqiiirecl of orie who if escarcleel che Arcifff Diploma hy. The Eafcrriari School of -Izzfic. He haf heeri apiipil offleleliii Ferrriiri aricl Nicholas Zlozzrazyg arzel fgraaiiaceel with Perforirierfr Degree iii faire, '35 3. He haf prooecl hif ioorch iii hoch Jciieleiic aricl cioic jerac, af coloifz' iii che American Feyfioalc, aricl iii oracorio fad radio work. Iii all chefe he haf iieoer heeri ioichoiic che fealifief of reliahiligf, Jiricerizjf, aricl Jerificioizyf char are Qzffiricfioe co a fine percoii af ioell af effericial co an arcifc. GERALD INGRAHAM Articc Certificate DR. HERMAN GENHART, Director Allen, Paul Altman, Thelma Banasik, Mildred Bartell, Melvin Bartulis, Victor Best, Sarah Bibb, Martha Blackwell, Evelyn Blanchard, Edwin Bondi, Mary Boomer, Louise Brown, Priscilla Bruce, Robert Buck, Beatrice Buckmaster, Claire Cady, Vivian Carrigg, Margaret Chapman, Beverly EASTMAN SCHOOL A CAPELLA Cleveland, Ben Cooper, Oscar Cutler, Barbara Dahlberg, Dorothy Dakin, Hollis Delfosse, Victor Devereaux, Lois DiBacco, Paige Dinger, Ruth Dolan, Mary Dunlevy, Gertrude Durask, Norman Eng, Sophie Flower, Donald Folbrecht, Lucille Foote, Mary Fountain, Robert Funk, Franklin Gaston, Sara Gisser, Julius Gordon, Sylvia Gunn, George Henck, Frank Hookway, Marjorie Howard, Laura Hunter, Phyllis Jammer, Charlotte Kennedy, Martha Kennett, Charles Kladky, Phyllis Krause, Geraldine Lee, Marvin Lee, Robert Lohman, Lillie Lowe, George Lupkiewicz, Joseph Lutton, Charles MacLaury, Olive Meacham, Elmer Meier, Frances Merrell, Betty Meyung, Betty Moreland, Ruth Morgan, Mac Morgan, John Morgan, Ruby Niemann, Mary Nilson, Annie Oakes, Kathryn Porter, Florence Pearson, Donald Plewinski, Eugenia Reed, Mary Resue, Elsie Robb, Niadelyn Robfogel, Betty Rodgers, Bruce Rodick, Karl Schlosser, Roberta Schnurr, Lucille Sheil, Richard Shumaker, Dorothy Simmons, Sarah Slack, Harriet Smith, Elizabeth Sommer, Lorraine Speas, Robert Sydnor, Frances rr K 1:bbS, Rae 1 niguchi, Mari t lor, Gordon Hatcher, William l rrnev, Ll6ilU utsribull, King Lil muh, Mary' R Hlzandt, Vivian ci ettozzi, lOhf1 ,XX XX A X . l . tary, LouiS6 iths, Charlotte agner, Lillian aim, Virgina hteler Vif Ulla X 3 , S Wortli, Maffha Yurkiw, Anna Ex wicker. Ruth Q95 Il I l. lvllUL'x Haw l-fe, Marianne Hnher, Sara lvI'1l,U.NfP,l.l.O 9.rrnl'vrnSt, vlanct lierrrz Shirley lirorwrr, lieverly Kf2.Vlf,l'lfjV, liarlvara luler, ,inn l1or'n1,r, lit'-ss lavlffrrrairrfg, ,john l'u'.f mar, l',fl'.f.arfl Il Il ll ll ll CH A R LES G IG ANTH, Cafzdzfrtfzr FLUTE Haucnstein, Nelson CDHOE Arrowsmith, William Haldane, .lohn Morgan, William Phelps, Roger CLA RINITI' liolyartl, lierton l7ol1erty,CQliaflew lioolittlenlzltlc Gcnnnalo, Zena Hahn, Rithartl Kronenhcrg, Sidney I1 ll ll ll .' ll ll q Merchant, William Stewart, Graham Toland, Liteharcl Yaeea, Louis Winter, Marx' B,xssooN Eiehel, Otto l-louser, Rox' l'l o R N Atkins, Harrx' Pierce, 'IHIHCS Powers, Richard Roseicar, Robert -.X Tauxwur Aniero, Clillord lierlcy, Donald BOl21IlLl,'lOSCIWl1 Calabria, Frank Flora, Harland Missal, David hlitthell. Cll2lI'lCN Shetler, Milton FLROMBONL Feller, Edwin Haney, Lewis Prcssler, Bernard mg FIRST VIOLIN Brill, Herbert Christian, Martha Dallin, Leon Darnell, Byron Gaspar, Thelma Grove, Ann Hagan, Walter Hull, Robert Joiner, John Kadarauch, Robert Kilinski, Eugene Latham, Lorran Leedham, George Lefkowitz, Muriel Macri, Angelina Marchand, Walter Newman, Manuel Page, Nancy Rusinak, William Schoen, William Smith, james Stewart, jean Wiemeyer, Walter SECOND VIOLIN Baker, Marguerite Barnes, Miles Cole, Arnold Conway, Marion D'Abbracci, Agnes Edwards, Margaret Enright, Elizabeth Guthiel, Crystal Kennedy, Peggy Krachmalnick, Morris Mason, Muriel Micci, Alfio Peters, Virginia Poummit, Morris Pranzatelli, Ferdinand Rheubottom, Bethyl ...-ul-"W Rosenberger, Rachel Rusiniak, Andrew Shattuck, Barbara Tyler, Margaret VIOLA Bein, Joseph Fennell, Dorothy Gates, Everett Hanitchak, Bernard Hargreaves, Robert Kinney, Lawrence Parker, Charlotte Schatz, Harold EA CH' Spurbeck, Samuel Wilkinson, Julia Wright, Kenneth VIOLONCELLO Allen, Jane Beach, Vance Black, Arline Celentano, Rosario Clark, Douglas Dornfeld, Luise Fairley, Lee Howell, Rosemary Post, Mildred DR. HOWARD HAN' Sanders, Forrest Weiskopf, Robert Youtchas, Thaddeus Bass Craig, David Lieberman, Milton , Carl rio, Peter l l ', Ralph son, lrving rillis In Louis Lruestine PAUL l Tum Srauliffi Donald Frurs ' h B ma, Elizabet- Hivlmauv Munn S ith, Sfffllng Ill willoughbb Rohm TROMBONE Haney Hospes King Stiles Parker Bailey TRUMPET Remsen Meat Nicholson MARC Stahl Shetler Flora Berky Calabria Merrill Missal Walker Hamman Perkins Pitlick HI AN Edwards Smith St. George End SAXOPHONE Snook Van Zile DRUM Vorherr Astle Newton I-linger Lewis Weiskopf P1ccoLo Gillam Heylman HoRN Hoffmann De Witte Van Cott Kirkpatrick Woolston Powers Frederick Fennell Came to the U-"-fersi.ty of Rochester six years ago Ohio. In his Freshman year, the football band that has grown into an organization mands national attention, T year, the concert organization as an outgrowth of the mf. Since then it has grown in sit: 1 that its unusually full instruir composers to score for baud. large number of first perform cludecl in its concert series as N B C broadcasts which ho. 1 annual presentations of the THE SCORE salutes the martini ization, that Mr. Fennell has its football section. BARITONE Wright Gordan Pressler Mars teller TUBA Page Stauffer Rosevear Castigilia DRUM MAJOR Hruby inspired many of the great t, veland, ' nized 1 UITIC ' li com- 1-wing U' 'Q fmecl oand. 1 32311111 'R has i f' tary ' ff, 1' 3 ' 3 ill- 'f its " M1116 isity. 1258211- ill? ill I E H il I l l l l I l l l l I QDLRI ll l l ,l l gl ft l . 1.4. . ffl. 32325 Q..U'.l .K P. FENNEL1. ,M. MUS. Conductor .lt F.. in, N. Thin" R lv' 3 . -a-.. M. ., ...J -...I.a., M. 2,.,I. f..'J'l FLUTE Qhbiv, .FLT l 11' r L Y 'J C I' f,,f f -1 '. 'IH ff I .,1 P HOP .-1 . l':. BASSOON Houser, R. Goslee, G. Eichel, O. Beckwith, J. CONTRA BASSOON Beckwith, J. E'FLAT CLARINET Hruby, F. B'FLAT CLARINET Koogler, W. End, Joiner, Osseck, W. Westphal, F. Hanley, L. Hasty, S. Price, E. Toland, L. Kronenberg, S. Bolyard, B. Vacca, L. CONCERT BA ND Cunningham, E-FLAT BARITONE SAXOPHONE Merchant, W. Stapleton, T. Stewart, G. S B Doolittle, J. CEEGDAASS Doherty, C' Nathanson, I Gemmalo, Z. FRENCH HORN Hahn, R. Good R' Powers, R. Roc, De Witte, E. - R. Yaeger, G. Rflltlfictii'M. EEISELEQHGE- ' l M. - T ' MCDWC t Kirkpatrick, W. E-FLAT ALTO CLARINET A'tkins,lH. Roc, N, Kuehne , R. C , A. B-FLAT BASS CLARINET Iqggliiiny H Venettozzi, J. CORNET E-FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONE Remsenv L' Schuster, E. 23111 Mueller' E' Nichcglson, A. B-FLAT TENOR SAXOPHONE Berky, D. Rusinak, W. Calabria, F. TRUMPET Flora, H. Missal, D. FLEUGELHORN Merrill, G. Shetler, M. EUPHONIUM Marsteller, R. Wright, W. BARITONE Gordon, N. Pressler, B. TROMBONE Parker, H. York, W. Haney, L. Bailey, R. Foote, M. Peterson, T. E-FLAT BASS Rosevear, E. Saverino, L. S' E if 31 2 :ei ' BB-FLAT BASS Page, W. Stauffer, D. Castiglia, Resue, E. TYMPANI Newton, R. PERCUSSION Vorherr, A. Astle, A. Lewis, S. Hinger, D. HARP Spencer, D. Baxter, M. CELESTE Hruby, F. ORGAN Vogt, G. 'I t Ht, t I ? ll ll ti: tf' :GQ 2 2 2? W tr-H' XM if '2 M22 ' S -vuvrvlll osn ITURBI Conductor FIRST VIOLIN Morgan, Byron Reinisch, Fred Neidinger, George Blaas, Karl Gigante, Charles Celentano, John VanHoesen, Karl Laurini, Peter Fortuna, Joseph Leedham, George Marrocco, Thomas Lenard, Leon c,,,,,s..W.w,.a...,,wAw.,..c.-Nam-Aww Kilinski, Eugene Weimeyer, Walter SECOND VIOLIN White, Paul Suraslcy, Herman Paley, Harold Schatz, Harry Figueras, John Swan, Glenn Klem, Norbert Brill, Herbert Schaiblauer, Anthony RUCHEITEH ARTHUR SEE, Newberry, Arthur I-lorak, Joseph Newman, Manuel Micci, Alfio VIOLA Lurie, Mordecai VanNiel, Edward Palmer, Harold Rudin, Herman Snell, James Gerstel, Edward Missal, joshua Managef' T. LL'1"fL..r Hanitchak, Bernard Gates, Everett Stillman, Arthur VIOLONCELLO MacKown, Allison Keller, Gustave Versteeg, Willem Meltzer, Louis Beach, Vance Celentano, Rosario Sharon, Andre Fahlbush, William Amico, Vincent -albert ,I 'Q fur. Manager tlson 'l c Il ry is iii xxard dorc EIU' Irving JS l L Don Ild ILVDFI PICCOLO Grorh, Daniel Ouor 5PfenklC, Egfr' gthusrcr, . Swingleyx Exousn Hon! Smgty, Rlfhlfd U ll ll H . . ,-,,.,..... L g mixer ,J-.Tex Rufus ,R Q ze T.lTT.LlOl1D DeRosa. Anthony ,R A ,- 5 . we LLARIBET Filiiex. Reed T1 D ASSOON Pezzii Vincent Philiei. Paul CQNTR i - B issoox Goslee. George E TR ABRAlNl BOONE, Setofm' Cofzrertmmfel' HORN Klein, Fred Bradley, Fred Clerks, Charles Matz, George TRUMPET Evenson, Pattee Mellon, Edward Remington, Frederick Starke, Charles TROMBONE Remington, Emory Kreuzer, Anthony Whitehead, George TUBA Schmidt, Paul TYMPAN1 Street, William PERCUSSION Street, Stanley Robertson, Hugh Fennell, Frederick Astle, Albert HARP Malone, Eileen CELESTE 84 P1 ANU Berentsen, Robert Smith, Harold O. LIBR.-XRIAN Roeber, joseph C. Assr. LIBRARIAN Link, Charles GUY FRASER HARRlsox fl.5'.s'0c2z1fe C07ll6fllL'f0l' PHI MU ALPHA SINFUNIA ALPHA NU CHAPTER Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity was founded in 1898 at the New England Con- servatory of Music. Since then seventy chapters have been granted charters, making the Fraternity a national organization. Alpha Nu Chapter was installed here on January 24, 1925. The chapter numbers among its Alumni some of the finest per- formers in the country, while the National Organization includes on its roster the names of many of the great men in American Music. Alpha Nu Chapter maintains a house at 700 Main Street East, where Sinfonians are always welcome. ALFIO Micci, Secretary UPF VANCE BEACH . . RODNEY PETERsEN ALF1o Micci . . . LEE FAIRLEY . . . RAYMOND BAILEY . LESTER REMSEN . , ACTIVE Raymond Bailey Vance Beach James Beckwith joseph Bein Emil Cedarfelt William Clemons Byron Darnell Lee Fairley Maurice Foote John Gillam Frank Henck Harry Hoffmann John Joiner Richard Joiner Robert Kadarauch William Kirkpatrick Charles Lurton, jr. UE NNE Roht Allin Stains Ralp Art li l-lar Roda l.est-C For il Engl RAN ii Willi Litchi H fxlllixxi RUl7x' i A XX alia X Licoi '54 fqraijdezzl ' ,fDI't'.l'fLZt'7Zf tSlvt1'm11y iCI't'dJnZ!I'!'7' Mfomzzz ll Qzrdwz 'X 1 fr! l I THELMA G Asn FLORENCE Po ARLENE Hi R VIRGINIA Bi ROBERTA St ii DOROTHY Hi DOROTHY B1- JEAN Muni RUTH Noni' A ll ' Jim Allen Bork li1'81hia nun Tlltlmg G .spa Arlen' Hbfshr Dummy Hits. long mln lm Nuttall M., lush N 1, -'wil-O OFFICERS Q D L ,aa . . . Prefidenz' QTER . , 4 Vice-Praricienl 133' P . Recording Secretary F C07'7'?fZ707ZLZi72g Secretary aossia v . r , Trearzarer xox . HiJt01'ian U H A E V I L U ' WWW Mu UPSILUN CHAPTER 'evze ar . .,,. Cbczplazn P Afzfmfme EQCWWWQ' Mu Phi Epsilon, National Music Honor Sorority, was founded in November 1903, NVE NlENlBEHS Adele Page Charlotte Parker Mary Helena Purlcy Florence Porter P oberta Schlosser barbara Shattuck Tflargaret 3talder ,lean lvlarie Stewart klaie 'ivwan l' Irby Trollinger at Cincinnati, Ohio. Members are chosen from the upper quarter of all women studying music who have at least a Junior rating. ln its endeavor to stimulate musical excellence and scholarship, Mu Upsilon Chapter awards an annual scholar- ship of one hundred dollars and the Marion Weed Prize to the sophomore woman who achieved the highest scholastic rating in her Freshman year. Among the year's activities were the formal musicales for eligible and Freshmen Women, the sponsoring by the sorority of the film the "Moonlight Sonata" starring lgnace Paderewski, the pleasure and inspiration of a visit from our National President, Bertha King, and the Public Musicale in Kilbourn Hall. ARLENE HERSHEY, Secrermj' 55i2S?12J l- l l 1 1 l I l I DELTA UMICRUN RHUUHAPTEP1 Delta Omicron, national music sorority, aims to create and foster fellowship among musicians during their student days, to give aid to worthy women musicians, and to further the cause of American music. Rho Chapter endeavors to carry on this aim by awarding annually a scholarship of one hundred dollars to a worthy and needy member. Two formal musicales, an informal party for eligible women, and the recital by Charles Riker were sponsored by Rho Chapter this year. Delta Omicron was founded in 1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio. Rho Chapter was established in 1925. EUGENIA PLEWINSKI, Secremry UFFIUEEIE MARY ELIZABETH SUMMERSON JANET NEALE EUGENIA PLEw1NsK1 LORAINE SOMMER . . Cam' LUCILLE SCHNURR . . A C T I V E Nl E rl Sophie Eng Eugo Lucille Folbrecht I-leltfl Geraldine Krause Lucil Olive MacLaury Lo 1'ii, 1 Janet Neale Ninn Pl'U.l'.f0l,07Zf Pramieizt ,SiUCI'Uf!lljl .SRUL'l'C'l'!Zlj' Tim rzzrtfr g 1 5 lg i X lxjklY O ll LUCILLE will ELIZABKII JI PEGGY Kam Louisa Vita ANGELINA ! BARBARA C1 HELEN Km ANGELINA R Piuscxnu. E VIRGINIA I All Betty Banu Mfffrylin Ba P11SCi1la Bw Cl'-H Cox Blfbu-n Cul Pug: Di B1 Arun Eve I SIN Gunn Eimfy Gly ifgtret I Mviurg P LWB- ow v my Kel 1' N' if. K I In L if W,.a. Am I UPFICERS - qv E i . -Q. l p X gf' I 1 WN I-HTF . ' ' c "E Jonas 73'NEDY - - - -+.. ICARY . i , Lisa Niacin CUTLER v- ,7 ING i. ei Iwlacizi Baovczs i . i PETERS . . . Prericieaf . Vice-Prefiaeat . . Treararer . . . . Secretary . . Sergeant-at-Army . . . . . . Chaplain . . . Eaitorr . Execarive Board 2 UTIVE MEMBERS 1 '12, 9 J J a J ' T fl1"1J', I: I ,,,'.2.. I, i Helen King Dorothy Lueck Leona Mazurkievvicz Phyllis Neidig Mary Martha Niemann Kathryn Oakes Angelina Macri Virginia Peters Barbara Todd Louise Vicary Charlotte Wachs Lucille White Margaret Witmer Eloise Wyman Hi A ALPHA IUTA SIGMA THETA CHAPTER Sigma Alpha lota, National Professional Music Fraternity, was founded at the University of lvlichigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1903. It is a member of the Women 's Professional Panhellenic Association and as such requires that its members maintain the highest professional and scholastic standards. Among its alumnae and honorary members are many internationally known artists, teachers, and composers. The aims of the Fraternity are to uphold the highest ideals of a musical education, to raise the standards of productive musical vvork, to further the development of music in America, and assist in the development of a stronger bond of musical interest between foreign countries and America, to give moral and material aid to its members, to promote and dignify the musical profession, and to develop loyalty to the Alma Mater. Among the Fraternity's National Projects is its regular contribution to the MacDowell Colony in Peterboro, N. H. Sigma Theta, founded in 1925, is one of the seventy active chapters of the Fraternity. LoU1sE V ICARY, Secretary , v,v ,..f- nf' --- ' PERPURMEBS SECOND Row: Theodore Petersen, Manuel Newman, George Leedham, Vance Beach, Earl Mueller, Willis Page, Raymond Bailey FIRST Row: Elliott Morgenstern, Mildred Banasik, Barbara Todd, Helen Louise Riedy, Arlene Hershey, George Goslee. W , 2,' ia' .2,' van- lPiS Pzeaztlezlf Piaazdtzzt .fetzetmi Tzeauzner Bnifmm 1 mm ei MEMBERS Nlatl.aurx Nl N ung rt n Nlo eland tn Nlorgan D ' -ll e er to nc Porter Jlu'i-l Rogers fathalie Rhoden Dorotnj tqchurnaker fa'an , ane Simmons Gilbert Van Nortwick Lillian Wagner Virginia Wheeler 'ifyrin York 3 Q'-"' THE CLUB Mind tloy .rpeecb az little left it should mm rloy oft . KING :LEAK-SIIAKIZSPEARHQ The Q Club was organized by Robert S. Dike a member of the freshman class. The purpose of this organization is to acquaint its members, as well as its audiences, with contemporary plays of the modern theatre. There has been a long felt need in the Eastman School for such a club for in it students find a diversion from their numerous musical activities, plus an opportunity to try their skills on the stage. This year the club presented Samuel Raphaelson's play "Accent on Youth," and from its enthusiastic reception we have hopes of greater progress in another year. BETTY MERRELL, Secretary' --.. ,. -.1 ... . - -Q...-'say--,,.------.1-,.rf-adn-- -1,-'y',",-Lv'-. . - - 1 V3 SAN x -NN Y. XICHS g UR 1939 SHIIBIAKER, SEE, HOFFMANN, SIMMONS, WEISKOPE T P la ,, STAFF HARRY WOODRUFF HOFFMANN, Editor ARTHUR M. SEE, Faculzy Adviyor SARAH JANE SIMMONS, Bzzmzeff Nfmmger FRANK HENCK, Senior Advimr DOROTHY SHUMAKER DOROTHY LUECK PEGGY CARRIGG CLAIRE BUCKMASTER ROBERT WEISKOPF JOHN GILLAM ARTHUR NICHOLSON MERRYLIN BAXTER MARY PURKY BARBARA CUTLER EUGENE SHOWALTER CHARLES LUTTON KING TURNEULI. ,Z I F g ix IHI EYES IH IHE SEHIH HHl UPHN... 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