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USIC! Heavenly music! In our imagination we see
a stage. A world-renowned conductor leading a
large symphonic orchestra. This body of musicians ren-
ders cantatas and symphonies with delightful technQque.
In our minds' eye we seem to see a celebrated musical
organization. But we wriggle from our drowsiness and
look again and what do we see---a noteworthy con-
ductor, yes, our own Mr. Sopkin, and not famous musis
:ians but our own orchestra.
We are bursting with pride to be able to say that this
orchestra is ours, that it carries the name of Lake View.
Its members are loyal Lake Viewites who play not for
glory but for the love of music and their school. They
have spent many hours in the orchestra room developing
matchless technique that displays the caliber of Lake
In the past years, the orchestra has made many ap-
pearances which include the Concert, the Spring Festival,
and the Annual City-Wide Contest at which it received
a rating comparable to its abiity. The cello section was
a distinguishing factor in the successful appearances ot
the orchestra. lt was especially honored by being invited
to play for the Music Supervisors' Banquet and at Roose-
velt High School, where it won fame.
Much of the success of Lake View's prominent orchestra
is due to the untiring efforts of our inspiring conductor,
Mr. Sopkin. Under his guidance innumerable students,
supposedly lacking musical tendency, were transformed
into enthusiastic and skillful musicians.
Many of the members of our orchestra make practical'
use of their musical education by playing at dances and
festivals. Surely the fact that they do this serves as proof
of the meritorious skill of the members of our orchestra.
But "time flies" and we must fly with it. Although we
are sad to leave the music-filled air of the orchestra room,
adventure is awaiting us.
FIRST VIOLINS SECOND VIOLINS
N. Almond F. Anderson
E. Aquiliv M. Berrott
D. Fanucchi G. Gianocopul
D. Hannibal I. Gillison
V. Iohnson M. Gross
B. Kruger E. I-label
D. Leifer S. Harding
R. Liebich D. Hirock
H. Merel H. Iangor
F. Moore R. Kerns
P. Pallis H. Kramer
R. Parcells R, Lqbitzke
I. Pera I. Laverty
M. Roth D. Louis
E. Spak S. Narbut
H. Van Buskirk
P. Van Buskirk
B. Birmingham '