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The Music Department, one of the important
curricular activities in the High School schedule has
made much progress during the last ten years. It
consists of the senior orchestra, junior orchestra,
band, chorus, voice-class and glee clubs, but we
might call the orchestra the grandfather of these
various organizations. When the senior orchestra
was first formed it practiced twice a Week, but now
it meets every day.
In order to maintain the standard of the or-
chestra one must begin by interesting the boys and
girls through the upper grades and Junior High so
that they may be capable of mastering their instru-
ments by the time they reach Senior High School.
Less than Uk of our students begin music Work suc-
cessfully during High School years. A student must
have orchestral experience before entering Senior
The orchestra is called upon to play for all pub-
lic performances such as school plays, commence-
ments and chapels. It must also plan a concert dur-
ing 'the school year.
It strives to create a desire among the students
to master the more uncommon instruments such as
the French horn, bass viol, cello, flute and oboe.
These instruments are necessary in the harmonizing
of a well-conducted orchestra. The Work of the or-
chestra also consists of the study of the lives and
works of the world's greatest masters.
The officers of the orchestra for this year are:
Daniel Cassela ..................................................................... President
Glenn Cunningham ........... ............................. V ice President
Philip Winter .................... ......... S ecretary and Treasurer
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President ................................. ........ J ean Mulholland
THE NE-CA-HI COMMERCE CLUB
The purpose of the Ne-Ca-Hi Commerce Club is to further the
ends of commercial education, to foster among those pursuing such work
a spirit of loyalty to each other and to the school, and to bring the club
members into closer relation with the business men and industries of
The Club is composed of any Sophomore, Junior or Senior taking
the Commercial C-ourse whose grades are C and better. Meetings are
held every week or two in the cafeteria or in the auditorium. At these
meetings the subject of discussion is: "What does the business world of
today require of its workers, and how can we prepare ourselves to meet
Toward this end the Club has been very fortunate in securing some
very-excellent speakers for its meetings. These speakers have spoken
to the Club concerning the principal qualifications necessary in the busi-
ness world today. Speakers who have addressed the Club this semester
are Mr. Dunfee, Office Manager of the Bell Telephone Company, and
Mr. Round, Superintendent of the Public Utility Company.
The officers of the Club are:
Vice-President ......... .........
The members of the Club this semester
De Carlo, Jack
De Carlo, Lucy
De Lorenzo, Mary
Green, Rose Marie
Jack Di Carlo
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