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Four years ago, due to the efforts of Professor A. R. Edgar, the Iowa State Concert Band came into being. Organized for the students who are interested in continuing their music study, it is composed of seventy-seven musicians. After having devoted the entire winter quarter to prepara- tion for an eagerly awaited concert tour, they played in twelve different towns of northwestern Iowa. By charging a small admission, the tour was made self-supjx)rting. The band also gave a concert near the end of the quarter in Great Hall, Memorial Union. Cornets: Rush Benson, James Farnham, Alvin Hamre, Robert Johns, Barrel Ketelsen, Charles Maurer, Clair Parker, Thomas Tuttle. Horns: Robert Arends, Doris Bruch, John Davis, Reo DePew, Jack Kleinschmidt, Lila Machande, George Mattox, Arthur Weir. Trombones: John Blumenschcin, Norman Fulmer, Ted Ptak, Donald Thomson, Peter Tuttle, Ralph Zeigler. Baritones: Henry Grunewald, Lanore McGilvra, Robert Midthauf, James Stiehl. CONCEHT BAND Bass: Charles Allbright, Robert Collen, Genevie e Kirk- patrick, Bernard Miller, Glenn Morris, Robert Newcomb, Henry Ruebke, Ken Uchida. Clarinets: Raymond Albert, Doris Ault, Robert Austin, Walter Bachman, John Beck, Jack Cairns, David Carson, Mary June Carter, Bennett Cook, Grace Frevert, Lillian Hardy, Charlene Hunt, Wayne Johnson, Laurie Jane Keefe, Donald Klitsch, Clayton Lander, Richard McEwen, Wayne Norman, Ranald Olson, Gladys Rector, Harold Weibel. Flutes: John Hoerner, Opal Jackson, Dan Johnston, Vir- ginia Liggett, Paul F. Peterson, Robert Price, Arthur Stiles. Oboes: Jean Bacon, Homer Hockenberry. Bassoons: Dorothy Evans, Robert Lusk. Saxophones: Gordon Bender, Roderick Dodds, Lewis Hallberg, William Knoop, Lewis Nady, Clarence Stoltenberg, Richard Vogel. Drums: Donald Eby, Jack Richards, Arthur Rudnick. Tympani: John Carpenter. Officers: James Stiehl, president; Roderick Dodds, vice- jiresident, Ralph Zeigler, secretary; Robert Price, treasurer. [•65]
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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA High-light of the season for members of the Iowa State Symphony Orchestra was their public appearance with the Roth String Quartet, playing a Haydn Quartet composition. Another major appearance of the orchestra was the formal concert presented in Great Hall, January 31. Miss Ilza Niemack, of the Music Department, was concert master. An all-American composer concert was given in November. The Symphony Orchestra also accompanied the Festival Choir of Iowa State in the " Messiah. " Professor A. R. Edgar, director of instrumental music, con- ducted the orchestra on the second annual January tour. First xnolins: Emily Amlund, Pauline Bathe, Kathryn Denny, Mary Lou Dorchester, Celia Eltgroth, Mrs. Georgia Hardy, Howard Haubein, Katherine Jacobson, Ralph Krska, Muriel McDonald, Mrs. E. P. Schindler, Alice Schley, Lillian Stonecipher, Dorothy Swift, Edith Swingle. Second xnolins: Robert Benecke, Donald Bennett, Laura Bliss, Wilma Douglass, Betty Hanson, Maxine Kirby, Anna May Kirkpatrick, Mary Larson, Gloria Lauer, Evelyn Lind- quist, Vaulda Martin, Kathryn Monson, Margaret Sherwood. mX K m W U F ■ i l Violas: Edward S. Allen, Iroy Deal, E. F. Graff, Gloria Henderson, A. R. Lauer, Marjorie Julian, Merredith Miller, George Stevens, J. H. VVessman. Cellos: Frances Bennett, Oscar Bjorlie, Mrs. O. Bjorlie, Mrs. Fred Dudley, Carolyn Hyde, Dorothy Moore, Ruth Ann Mosher, Mrs. Glen Murphy, Ralph Pease, Mary Tumbleson, Jeanne Wesson. String basses: Mary Davis, Thelma Gabrielson, Fred Glass- burner, Genevieve Kirkpatrick. Flutes: John Dunning, Annajean Richards. Piccolo: John Robertson. Clarinets: D. H. Klitsch, Winifred Kreamer, R. A. McEwen. Oboes: Jean Bacon, Joe Reynolds. Bassoons: Dorothy Evans, Robert Lusk. Horns: R. L. Arends, C. A. Black, Doris Bruch, John Noble. Trumpets: Alvin Hamre, Thomas Tuttle. Trombones: C. H. Conrad, P. R. Tuttle, R. E. Wampler. Tuba: Ken Uchida. Timpani: Jerrald Kane. Percussion: Nathan Elstad, Mrs. Helen Wilson. 
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MEN ' S GLEE CLUB During the first week of the fall qiiatcr each year, the Men ' s Glee Club is chosen by individual trial from over a hundred competitors. Men who are chosen are those who have voices both in tune and of good quality. After they have rehearsed twice each week during the fall quarter, the men are required to sing in quartets, and all who are able to do so are taken into the club for the winter cjuarter, From this group a small chorus of thirty voices is chosen each year; this chorus, known as The Iowa State Singers, makes an annual spring tour. This year a new organization, called the Varsity Quartet, was formed to make the tour. Members of the quartet are Robert Young, Don Austin, William Root and Gordon Smith. The Men ' s Glee Club, together with the Women ' s Glee Club and a large group of other singers from the campus, made up the Festival Choir of 350 voices, which gave the twentieth presentation of Handel ' s " Messiah " in December under the direction of Professor Tolbert MacRae. In addition to this, the club appears in their annual Campus Variety program, a Twilight Musicale program and at other college functions. Top row: Larson, Gilreath, Knouies, Lund, Reuling, Lodwick, Smith, Kascr, Heiniickson. Second row: Coover, Ceiwinske, Marston, Keen, Swett, Buffington, Sawyer, Austin. Kerney. Third row: Whittlesey, Miller, Owens, Knock, I ' osakony, Hergenrather, Fariday, Henderson, Isvik, Foster. Fourth roiu: Yerkes, Clarke, Zugschwerdt, Jack, Taylor, Munscu. Starr, . nderson, Caine, van der Linden. Front row: Mc ' I ' igue, Radclilfe, Young, Waller, Haight, Grau, Scott, Diiitch, Cami bell. Tenors: Stan Anderson, Don Austin, Matthew Bruce, Richard Caine, Dick Campbell, How- ard Carter, Lester Dunham, Robert Grau, Virgil Haight, Walter Heinrickson, Ed Hergenrather, Robert Knox, Jim Mcllrath, Dick McRoberts, Donald Noller, Rollin Ormiston, Dave Owens, John Radclitte, Ronald Spear, Wilbur Swett, Earl Taylor, Simmer Van Pelt, Jay Wakeley, Calvin Wolf, Dean Yerkes, Robert Young. Baritones: Charles Buffington, John Carlson, Joe Foster, Warren Gilreath, Robert Hegland, Leslie Henderson, George Huey, Harold Jack, Beryl Keen, Myron Kerney, Arnold Kruse, Seeley Lodwick, Art Marston, Robert McTigue, Bob Munsen, Norton Nelson, Paul Posakony, William Root, Russ Sawyer, Owen Scheldorf, Bill Scott, Irving Spaidding, Stan Starr, Louis van der Linden, Robert Whittlesey, Richard Wormley. Basses: DeWayne Anderson, Joe Cerwinske, George Clarke, Mcrvin Coover, Paul Duitch, Robert Dwelle, Wayne Fariday, Laurence Hauser, Eberhardt Heinrich, Marvin Isvik, Jon Kaser, Joe Knock, G. W. Knowles, Dick Lund, Richard Miller, Jason Moses, L. V. McVicker, Richard Peterson, Gordon Smith, William Rathke, Risley Reuling, Charles Van Gorder, Robert Vernon, Ray Willemsscn, George Whitley, Nolan Zugschwerdt. 
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