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FIRST ROW, lefl lo righl: Dean Dempsey, Norman Berryhill, Irvine Gidding, Doreen Hamillon, Thelma Rezendes, Pa?
Connell, and Dorolhy Bailey. SECOND ROW: Ronald Lewis, Carl While, Allen Dunn, Bob Miller, Peggy Coble,
Elizabeth Rodin, Nellie Kuil, and Geraldine Doering. THIRD ROW: Dan Hedberg, Don Granf, Paul Okuye, Ed Lihle,
and Charles Carpenler. FOURTH ROW: Willy Gilmore, Clarence Marchand, and David Ireland. FlFTH ROW:
Prof. Mancini, Ralph Mull, and Clyde Garpike.
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lnsfruclor Bill Grofhkopp acfivales the Girls' G-lee.
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Guesl srars brighrened up The dramalics deparl-
men+'s achievemen+ This year. A new program rhar
eniailed having an experienced performer appear
wilh his drama srudenls was inauguraied by Drama-
Jrics Direclor Frank Delamarrer.
The 'Fall produciion, The Young in Hearl, a lighl-
hearled play aboul a cardsharlc and his ocrypus-
like family, srarred Rosemarie Sinclear, Barbara
Leirer, and Vince Parkhursl. Guesi s+ar for 'rhis pro-
duc'rion was Graydon Milam, inslrucror of drama ar
lvlodesio High School.
Ofher members of rhe casl were: Dave Arala,
Jackie Wilhire, Paul Norion. Bill Leach, Shirley
Sawyer, Peg Mcfxmis and lvlarilynne Ericson:
The Good Hope, a comedy drama aboul fisher-
men, was 'rhe main Spring producrion. ll' learured
Ed Smiih as guesl performer.
Taking par'r in rhe play were Bill Leach, Polly Con-
seniino, Consrance Lawson, Leon McGarrah. Mary
Ellen Shadle, Dean Dempsey, Ed Sugars, Georgia
Casler, Jackie Wilhire, Vernona Jones and Wiley
The Haunred House closed oui 'rhe year.
Alyce Scoff, Mary Ellen Shadle, Polly Cosen+ino, and Ed
Smifh discuss marriage and ofher unseaworfhy fopics.
Leon McGarrah, Polly Cosen+ino, and Ed Smifh are con-
cerned wifh The sinking of fhe ship "The Good Hope," ihe un-
l'r's 'lime for a celebrafion, or +l1a+ Mme has passed. Buf
Ed Sugars, Leonard Williams, Georgia Casler, Ed Smiih, and
Wiley Euwer gel ready 'for anoiher voyage of 'Phe ill-fared
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The Music Deparlmenl had roving feel' This year.
The Men's and Women's Glees 'roolc Trips across The
valley and To Slanford Universily To serenade The
The Music Deparfmenf offers a varied field for
melodic-minded people. l-larmony, music apprecia-
ln beiween games af The 'Tournament The band gives wiih
The music. This is iusi one of Their "af'I'er-hour acfivi'l'ies."
Hon, and all 'rypes of vocal and insfrumenlal worlc are
Edna Barr Love is head of The Music Deparfmenl.
'SI marked her lasl year af MJC. Aicling Mrs. Love
in 'rhe insfrucling of The collegians were Bealrice
Collron, Roberr McKnigh+ and William Grofhlcopp.
Also reliring was The old Prof, Frank Mancini.
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We all agree Thai wilhoul a band 'rhere ius'r can T
be a Toolloall game, and wilhoul MJC musical groups
il' would have been a quiel' as well as a dull year.
The band Tooled ai games and in The informal
sefling of rallies, where Their slridem' Tones sei The
Blue Dozen whirling ou'r of sfep +hrough exciiing
prefaces 'ro yells and peppilunes.
The orcheslra slrung along, and pracliced for ils
evenfs. ll' achieved excellence under 'rhe fulelage of
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