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Hl CHOIR Music DR. CHEYETTE The Music Education Department not onlv provides the course for the preparation of music educators, but in addition carries on an exten- sive program of extracurricular activities in music to provide for the entertainment of the students and of the service area. The Choir of eight v voices, directed by Mary H. Muldowney, has appeared for assemblies, church services, concerts, radio broadcasts, and the Christmas program and has made several trips to neighboring communities. The Svmphony Orchestra, directed by Lawrence C. Stitt, has provided music for concerts, educational meetings, neighbor- ing communities, and radio broadcasts. The Concert Band, directed by Irving Cheyette, accompanied assembly singing and has given con- certs in the college and communirv. The Marching Band, directed by Irving Cheyette, appears at football games and participates in com- munity and college parades. The Lyric Choir, directed by James Remlev, open to women in all other departments, has given concerts in the college and community. The Vesper Choir, directed by Aagot M. K. Borge, open to freshman and sophomore music girls, furnishes the music for vespers. The String Quartet, directed by Pearl R. Reed, has provided concerts and radio broadcasts. The Woodwind Quintet, directed by Lawrence C. Stitt, has participated in campus concerts, broadcasts, and service area concerts. The Men ' s Glee Club, directed bv Mary H. Muldowney, has given campus concerts and service area appearances. The Junior Choir, ninety freshm.an and sophomore music students, directed by Mary H. Muldowney, participated in the Christ- mas program and special music programs. The music faculty includes artist performers Thomas J. Hughes, pianist; Mary Elizabeth Dunlap, pianist; Irving Cheyette, violinist; Aagot M. K. Borge, soprano. Assembly programs have been enriched by student soloists from studios of Laura Remsberg, Irma Marlin, voice; Thomas J. Hughes, Mary Elizabeth Dunlap, piano; Pearl R. Reed, Lawrence C. Stitt, instru- mental. 82
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Y. W. C. A. " ' Christian Youth lUiildint, ' a Nlw ' i)rkl " proved ail apt thcnic for rhc Y.W. C.A. Jurinn the year. The cabinet members were l residenr. Allies Geiger; Vice-President, Ariene Hughes; Secretary, Gwendolyn GriHith; Treasurer, Alda McMaster; ' Assistant Treasurer, Georgia Rea; Social Chairman, Bett Hartley; Finance, Jean Gelnett; Publicity, Ruth Gebhardt; Publications, Sallv Holben; Morning Watch, Lois Christy, Music, Virginia Rugh;and Social Service, Jane Evans. The general sponsor was Dorothy Murdock. Advisers of com- mittees were Mary Hart, Lola Beclar, Marion Wills, Helen Rose, and Sara Stewart. The Young Women ' s Chr- ' stian Associa- tion participated in several Vesper serv- ices; the Y.W. C.A. also sponsored the Candlelight and White Gift services and the Monday Morning Watch held at seven o ' clock. Social activities began with the Big and Little Sister Party. After this came the outing at the Lodge. The teas were well attended. A relatively new program of co-opera- tion with the Y.M.C.A. was carried out in social and religious activities. The Y.M. C.A. was invited to participate in the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter serv- ices, one of the monthly meetings, a Ca-f-ol Sing before the Christmas holidays, and a Good Fellowship Tea Dance in January. Y. M. C. A. The Young Men ' s Christian Association, an organization of the men of the college designed to correlate religion with college life, maintained as its theme during the year character development, religious phi- losophy, and rile progression of moral standards. Throughout the hrst semester, during which time Robert Johnson served as act- ing president and Donald Frischmann as secretary-treasurer, several discussions on ways of bettering the organization were held. In addition, much interest was shown in the topic " Influences Other Than G yd That Control Our Lives. " The biggest social event of the lirst semester was the first annual steak fry held at the college lodge, which was attended b nearly every fellow on campus Election of officers was held at the beginning of the second semester, at which time the following men were elected: President, Robert Sliker; ' ice-President, Frank Alcamo; Secretary, Donald Frisch- mann; Treasurer, George Curley; and Chaplain, Wilber Searle. During the second semester the delega- tion committee was very active in taking charge of various church services. The fellows who composed the group made trips to the Old Methodist Church near Plumville, Greensburg Methodist Church, and they also had charge of a Sunday evening vesper service. The plav, " The Private Secretary, " sponsored by the " Y " on February 28 and March 4, proved to be one of the most interesting productions of the college year. Miller Griffith Wills McMaster Rugh Chrisry Gcigcr Hartlcv Rca Rose O A GallnL.. Bcelar Holben Johnson Sliker Evans Hart Miller Curley . lcanio Murdock- Hug hcs Gebhart Dimit y fkfi i €) O
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TIk- Striiii; Qiiarret, directed hy Pearl Reed, prDvidcs opcmi i imir to stiuieius parricipatiiin ti) heeniiie lamiliar wirh rhc world ' s ijreat literature for this mediiiiii. The quartet has made several oll-cainpus appearances for musical clubs and women ' s clubs. It has appeared in concerts on cam- pus and on the music appreciation broad- cast series sponsored by the department. Members are Pearl Reed, lirst violin, Dorothv Balfour, second violin, Frank Ill.ir, viola, and Mary Belle (.ainpbcll, loloncello. The Collet eWoodwind Quintet, directed by Lawrence Stitt, appeared in off-campus programs and for special music programs on the campus. This organization studies the master literature composed for this medium and serves as a laboratory group for performance of manuscript transcrip- tions for the quintet. Group members include Elmer John Nicklas, flute, Harvey Perrine, oboe, John Taylor, clarinet, Gerald Mancuso, bas- soon, and James Sheaffer, French horn. Cheyettc Muldovvncy Stitt Rccd Borgc Remlcv -. I I o A y ARTIST PERFORMERS STRING QUARTET Rccd, Campbell, Illar, Balfour WOODWIND OUINTET Niclclas, Walker, ShcfFcr, Mancuso, Taylor 83
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