New England Conservatory of Music - Neume Yearbook (Boston, MA)
- Class of 1939
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LIBRARY USE ONLY WHOSE INSPIRED GUIDANCE HAS INSTILLED IN US THE HIGHEST IDEALS OF OUR ART, WHOSE SYMPATHETIC UNDERSTANDING HAS TRANSMITTED TO OUR HEARTS HIS OWN LOVE OF TRUTH AND HONOR . . . We the CUu cf 1939 IN DEEPEST GRATITUDE DEDICATE OUR NEUME " To serve the art of music and be true to its best ideals — to give to coming generations the true enrichment of life . . . " — Francis Findlay Emotion, more than all the persuasive powers of reason, is the master in determining the direction of our thoughts. Whether or not to bemoan its dominance over the intellect is good debate for the class-room or the council-chamber, but not material for prefatory disquisition. We prefer to accept circumstances as they are. A diploma is the concise confirmation of the Conservatory ' s belief in the student ' s ability; some other instrument must serve to reach those depths where ratiocination can never gain entry. If the NEUME can be the medium for recalling those moments of the past when each triviality loomed as a prospective pleasure or tragedy, if it can be a link between the reminiscences of today and the shadows of yesterday, if it can be the means by which devotion to the school and its ideals is kept intact and strengthened, we shall more than have performed our task. The Veme £U$$ IPPOCRATES PAPPO DARWIN CARROLL GAIL COWAN AILI TYBACK CECILE HEALY CHARLES HILL JOHN OHAN IAN GAIL COWAN RALPH STRONACH NANCY YOUNG HELEN COHEN DOROTHY KLEEB ROBERT STEELE AILI TYBACK VICTOR ALPERT RITA ARSENAULT JOSEPH VELARDO S Editor in Chief Associate Editors Photography Editor Assistant Photography Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Managers Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Managers Subscription Manager Assistant Subscription Managers Tfie Verne Cmmttee PHOEBE ALLEN IDA BARDWELL ARNOLD CHAITMAN DOROTHY CHURCHILL MILDRED KAUFMAN RUTH OWENS GEORGE RICHARDS ROBERT STRASSBURG NELLIE TAFT MARGARET TOWER AdwniAttaticn EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OE THE EO ARE) OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATION FACULTY COUNCIL FACULTY Jacultij and JdtniHiAttatich QUINCY PORTER WALLACE GOODRICH GEORGE A. GIBSON CxecuWe Committee the Wt4 Twtee PHILIP R. ALLEN President PHILIP W. WRENN Vice President GEORGE R. BROWN Vice President HENRYS. GREW Vice President JOHN R. MACOMBER Treasurer WALLACE GOODRICH . Director CHARLES BOYDEN Secretory FREDERICK S. CONVERSE JEROME D. GREENE ROBERT G. DODGE MAURICE M. OSBORNE H. WENDELL ENDICOTT EDWARD A. TAFT H. AMORY THORNDIKE ELIZABETH C. ALLEN PHILIP R. ALLEN FREDERICK W. C. LEHMANN 7ke AdwntiViathn WALLACE GOODRICH Director QUINCY PORTER Dean of the Faculty GEORGE A. GIBSON . Dean of Students, Placement ELIZABETH C. ALLEN . Assistant to the Dean of Students FREDERICK W. C. LEHMANN . Assistant Treasurer EATHEL J. FINLEY Registrar LILLA TAUDVIN Librarian CLARENCE H. CORNING GEORGE W. MORSE WALTER R. MANSFIELD, Financial Secretary for Endowment Consulting Surgeon M . D . School Physician The Jncaltii Cpancil WALLACE GOODRICH QUINCY PORTER GEORGE A. GIBSON CLIFTON J. FURNESS FRANCIS FINDLAY HOWARD GODING HARRISON KELLER CARL McKINLEY WILLIAM L. WHITNEY The faculty . . . . WALLACE GOODRICH, Mus. D. Director QUINCY PORTER, A.B., Mus. B. Dean of the Faculty; Composition, Theory, Ensemble-playing GEORGE A. GIBSON Dean of Students; Pianoforte, Sight-playing MINOT A. BEALE Violin HILDEGARDE BERTHOLD Instrumental Class (strings), Division of School Music RICHARD BURGIN Violin JULIUS L. CHALOFF Pianoforte FREDERICK S. CONVERSE, A.B.. Mus. D. Composition JOSE DA COSTA. Mus. Bac. Solfeggio STELLA B. CRANE Voice ARTHUR MANSFIELD CURRY Harmony and Counterpoint FLOYD BIGELOW DEAN. LL.B. Pianoforte and Physics CHARLES (FREDERICK) DENNEE Pianoforte EMILY ELLIS Voice and German Diction OLIVER C. FAUST Organ Tuning PAUL FEDOROVSKY Violin FRANCIS FINDLAY Supervisor of School Music Division; Solfeggio, Conducting and School Music Courses KURT FISCHER Pianoforte GEORGES FOUREL. Certificat etudes secondares ler Cycle Viola and Quartet-playing CLIFTON JOSEPH FURNESS. A.B.. A.M. Supervisor of Academic Studies; English and other academic subjects CLAYTON D. GILBERT Supervisor of Dramatic School MARIE AUDET GILLET Pianoforte HOWARD GODING Pianoforte HENRY M. GOODRICH Supervisor of Pianoforte Normal Course, Pianoforte and Accompaniment CARLTON GUILD, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. Educational Psychology, History and Principles of Education WILLIAM HADDON, Mus. M. Pianoforte VAUGHN HAMILTON Violin The Jnettltif . . EINAR HANSEN Violin STANLEY HASSELL, Mus. B. Trombone, Alto, Baritone and Euphonium MAUDE M. HOWES, A.B. School Music HOMER HUMPHREY Organ, Harmony PERCY F. HUNT Voice HARRISON KELLER Violin DOUGLAS PARTRIDGE KENNEY Pianoforte, Sight-playing ALFRED KRIPS Violin MAX O. KUNZE Contrabass, Tuba GEORGES LAURENT Flute ABDON LAUS Saxophone CLEMENT LENOM Oboe, Solfeggio, and Wood-wind Ensemble WALTER D. LILLEBACK Trombone ANNA STOVALL LOTHIAN Pianoforte GEORGES C. MAGER Trumpet GRANT MANSON, A.B. Fine Arts VINCENT HOWARD MARIOTTI Violin MARGARET MASON Pianoforte and Harmony CARL McKINLEY, A.B.. Mus. D. Organ, Harmony, Counterpoint, Composition ALFRED HENRY MEYER, A.B., Mus. Harmony GLADYS CHILDS MILLER, Mus. B. Voice LUCILLE MONAGHAN Pianoforte MARY L. MOORE Pianoforte RUTH CONNISTON-MORIZE, Mus. B Carillon-playing BOWER MURPHY Trumpet and Cornet JOHN DICKSON MURRAY Violin RAYMOND ORR Violin CARL PIERCE Violin BOAZ PILLER Bassoon VICTOR POLATSCHEK Clarinet The %cultif . . . F. ADDISON PORTER Pianoforte C. ROLAND REASONER Violin HARRY NEWTON REDMAN Harmony, Harmonic Analysis SIMONE RIVIERE, Boccoloureot Univ. de Bordeau, France French language, diction, and literature NORINE ROBARDS. Mus. B. Pianoforte, and Assistant in Pianoforte Normal Course RULON Y. ROBISON Voice THEODORE ROUSSEAU, A.B. Fine Arts FRANK V. RUSSELL Percussion Instruments JESUS MARIA SANROMA Pianoforte CLARENCE B. SHIRLEY Voice, Supervisor Vocal Normal Course DONALD S. SMITH Pianoforte and Pianoforte Sight-playing WARREN STOREY SMITH Harmony, Theory, Counterpoint, and Musical History ALBERT W. SNOW Organ and Choir Training CARLO BRUNO SORESINA, Doctor of Science Italian CHARLES R. SPAULDING Instrumental Class (wind instruments), Division of School Music ALICE H. STEVENS Voice RICHARD E. STEVENS Pianoforte VIRGINIA STICKNEY Violoncello FRANCIS L. STRICKLAND, A.B., B. Ph.D. Psychology MARIE SUNDELIUS, Mus. Doc. Voice WILLEM A. VALKENIER French Horn FRANK S. WATSON Pianoforte F. MORSE WEMPLE Voice LAWRENCE WHITE, Mus. B. Tympani and Percussion Instruments ALICE E. WHITEHOUSE Solfeggio WILLIAM L. WHITNEY Voice SUSAN WILLIAMS Pianoforte ALFRED ZIGHERA Violoncello BERNARD ZIGHERA Harp ALBERT W. SNOW 1878 — 1939 MAX O. KUNZE 1874 — 1939 Let us come away quietly, they are only gone to teach elsewhere ... to continue to mould in their own image those students whom they meet along the way. " Peace; come away: we do them wrong To sing so wildly. " £ehiwJ CatufidateJ frt the DIPLOMA SOLOIST S DIPLOMA [EOF EE E4CHELOF OF HLSIC LEE.EEE HASTEF OE MLSIC C aJJ ejf 1939 CifhdiifateJ fa the hiplcmt IN APPLIED MUSIC Clarinet PASQUALE A. CARDILLO JOSEPH VELARDO, JUNIOR Pianoforte. RITA MARIE ARSENAULT ROBERT WILLIAMS CARTWRIGHT EDNA JOSEPHINE COMSTOCK ISABELLE SHOUCAIR COREY CORNELIA JANE DICKERSON SYLVIA LILLIAN DORESS EMILY LUCY D URSO ROSALIND GOLUB FLORENCE HUGHES HOLLAND SISTER JUDITH DOROTHEA REDFIELD JUMP MILDRED JEANETTE KAUFMAN DOROTHY ELIZABETH KLEEB DOROTHY THELMA LEVINE FRANCES GERTRUDE MAINS SUTHERLAND PARKER LINNET PHYLLIS PELOSI HETTY ADELAIDE PREBLE IRENE HELEN PREVOST SYLVIA BLANCHE ROBINSON LILLIAN KAPLOW TOBEY CARLOS BONOCIO TIO ' Organ ASTRI KNUDSEN Violin VICTOR ALPERT DOROTHY CHURCHILL JOHN RODRIGUES CARDOSA FLORENCE SMITH Voice MARGARET HELEN COWING LEMPI MAKELA RUTH OWENS IN COMPOSITION IN SCHOOL MUSIC ARNOLD AARON CHAITMAN IDA GLADYS BARDWELL RUTH FRANCES BROWNE HELEN LILLIAN COHEN GAIL COWAN EDNA DREYER CECILE JANE FRANCES HEALY CHARLES MANTON HILL MARY LUDKO JOHN JOSEPH OHANIAN DORIS GRAY RUSSELL ROBERT WILLIAM STEELE CahtfidateJ tfci tke bipiwi IN SCHOOL MUSIC RALPH HOWARD STRONACH SALLY KNIGHT SUNDERLAND NELLIE SERENA TAPT MARGARET ENDICOTT TOWER AID MARIA TYBACK NANCY TAYLOR YOUNG Candidate ffct tke £eUtitJ hiplw Organ RUTH MARION DONNELLY Pianoforte. . MARYBELLE FULTON MARY BELL MARSHALL LILLIAN ALBERTA ROSEN Violin LYDIA HINCKLEY WOODS Voice MARY ELIZABETH GOLDEN LILLIAN JONES Cfhdt ' dfteJ tfet tke heybee Stckelcb ttf iHnAic WITH CONCENTRATION IN APPLIED MUSIC Pianoforte. ALICE ILMA MAKI WITH CONCENTRATION IN COMPOSITION CHARLES DARWIN CARROLL ROBERT STRASSBURG WITH CONCENTRATION IN MUSICAL RESEARCH ANDRE ' MARIE JACQ DORIS TITCOMB MACDONALD CLARA CHAMBERLAIN MITCHELL WITH CONCENTRATION IN SCHOOL MUSIC PHOEBE GEORGENA ALLEN JOHN GEORGE DEMIRJIAN PRISCILLA HARRIS MIRIAM ERNESTINE PALMER IPPOCRATES PAPPOUTSAKIS GEORGE LEO RICHARDS HERBERT HAROLD SILVERMAN Candidate J fa tke heytee tfl tet IH ic WITH CONCENTRATION IN MUSICAL RESEARCH MILDRED MESSER BURNETT MARY ELMA IGELMANN LaVERA McNAY NEWBROUGH ALPERT BARDWELL ARSENAULT BROWNE Cwd dfteJ tfet the hiplwa VICTOR ALPERT Roxbury, Massachusetts Violin under Paul Fedorovsky Treasurer Junior Class 1937-38, Treasurer Senior Class 1938-39, Senior Class Day Committee 1939, Subscription Manager of 1939 NEUME. Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938. RITA MARIE ARSENAULT . . Ouincy, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Julius L. Chaloff Senior Class Nominating Committee 1938, Assistant Subscription Manager of 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1936. IDA GLADYS BARDWELL . Greenfield. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Conservatory Club. Vice President Student Council 1937-38, Vice President Senior Class 1938-39, Committee for 1939 NEUME. Converse Scholarship 1938. RUTH FRANCES BROWNE Lexington, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Conservatory Club. Senior Class Ring Committee 1939, Senior Class Cap and Gown Committee 1939. CARDILLO CARDOSA CARTWRIGHT CHAITMAN Candidates fa the hiplwt PASQUALE A. CARDILLO North Adams. Massachusetts Clarinet under Victor Polatschek Conservatory Orchestra 1935-36-37-38-39. JOHN RODRIGUES CARDOSA . Central Falls, Rhode Island Violin under C. Roland Reasoner Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Conservatory Orchestra 1936-37-38-39. New England High School Scholarship 1936, Massachusetts State Scholarship 1937, Converse Scholarship 1937. ROBERT WILLIAMS CARTWRIGHT . East Liverpool. Ohio Pianoforte under Julius L. Chaloff ARNOLD AARON CHAITMAN Boston. Massachusetts Composition under Quincy Porter Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Conservatory Orchestra 1937-38-39, Co-chairman Senior Class Day Committee 1939, Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Committee for 1939 NEUME. Philip R. Allen Prize in Composition 1936, Philip R. Allen Prize in Composition 1937, Philip R. Allen Prize in Composition 1938. CHURCHILL COHEN COMSTOCK COREY DOROTHY CHURCHILL Melrose, Massachusetts Violin under Harrison Keller Conservatory Orchestra 1935-36-37-38-39, Committee for 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, George Saunders Memorial Scholarship 1938. HELEN LILLIAN COHEN Utica. New York School Music under Francis Findlay Elson Club, Recording Secretary Elson Club 1936-37, Treasurer Elson Club 1937-38. Associate Editor N. E. C. NEWS 1936-37-38, Student Council 1937-38, Chairman Senior Class Social Committee 1939, Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Assistant Advertising Manager of 1939 NEUME. Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1938, Elson Club Scholar- ship 1936, Elson Club Scholarship 1938, Elson Club Alumnae Scholarship 1938. EDNA JOSEPHINE COMSTOCK . . Beverly, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Jesus Maria Sanroma Mu Phi Epsilon, Warden Mu Phi Epsilon 1938-39. ISABELLE SHOUCAIR COREY Boston, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Donald S. Smith GAIL COWAN Dedham, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. New England Conservatory Club, Secretary New England Conservatory Club 1938-39. Secretary Madrigal Club 1938-39, Secretary Underclass 1936-37, Junior Class Prom Committee 1938, Secretary Student Council 1939, Senior Class Gift Committee 1939, Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Senior Class Cap and Gown Committee 1939, Associate Editor and Assistant Business Manager of 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Converse Scholarship 1936, Harriet T. Brown Scholarship 1936, Converse Scholarship 1937, Converse Scholarship 1938. MARGARET HELEN COWING West Springfield, Massachusetts Voice under Gladys Childs Miller New England Conservatory Club, President New England Conservatory Club 1936-37-38. CORNELIA JANE DICKERSON Culver, Indiana Pianoforte under Henry M. Goodrich SYLVIA LILLIAN DORESS Lynn, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Julius L. Chaloff EDNADREYER Dorchester, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay EMILY LUCY DURSO Boston, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Margaret Mason ROSALIND GOLUB Brookline. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Julius L. Chaloff CECILE JANE FRANCES HEALY South Boston, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club, President New England Conservatory Club 1939. Newman Club, Madrigal Club, Chairman Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Senior Class Social Committee 1939, Photography Editor of 1939 NEUME. CHARLES MANTON HILL School Music under Francis Findlay Assistant Photography Editor of 1939 NEUME. Warwick, Rhode Island HOLLAND JUMP KAUFMAN KLEEB FLORENCE HUGHES HOLLAND Allston. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Howard Goding Mu Phi Epsilon. Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Henry Munroe Rogers Scholarship 1938. SISTER JUDITH Watertown, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Julius L. Chaloff DOROTHEA REDFIELD JUMP . Waban, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Lucille Monaghan Sigma Alpha lota. Conservatory Orchestra 1937-38-39. MILDRED JEANETTE KAUFMAN . Boston, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Donald S. Smith Senior Class Nominating Committee 1938, Committee for 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935. DOROTHY ELIZABETH KLEEB . . Beverly. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Henry M. Goodrich Sigma Alpha lota, Program Committee Sigma Alpha lota 1937, Executive Board Sigma Alpha lota 1937-38-39, Chaplain Sigma Alpha lota 1938-39. Student Council 1939, Assistant Advertising Manager of 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1936, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1938. KNUDSEN LEVINE LUDKO MAINS ASTRI KNUDSEN Boston, Massachusetts Organ under Homer Humphrey Mu Phi Epsilon. Carr Scholarship 1938. DOROTHY THELMA LEVINE Boston. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Julius L Chaloft Elson Club. Senior Class Gift Committee 1939. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Elson Club Alumnae Scholarship 1936. MARY LUDKO New Britain, Connecticut School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club. New England High School Scholarship 1935. FRANCES GERTRUDE MAINS . Bridgton, Massachusetts Pianoforte under Anna Stovail Lothian Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Sigma Alpha lota. Converse Scholarship 1936, Converse Scholarship 1937, Converse Scholarship 1938. MAKELA OHANIAN OWENS PARKER LEMPI MAKELA Abington. Massachusetts Voice under Emily Ellis Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1938. JOHN JOSEPH OHANIAN Lynn, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Kappa Gamma Psi, Corresponding Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1937-38, Vice President Kappa Gamma Psi 1937-38, President Kappa Gamma Psi 1938-39. President Converse Club 1938-39, President Student Council 1939, Conservatory Orchestra 1937-38-39, Business Manager of 1939 NEUME. Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938, Kappa Gamma Psi Scholarship 1938. RUTH OWENS Leominster, Massachusetts Voice under Emily Ellis Committee for 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Langshaw Scholarship 1937, Langshaw Scholarship 1938. SUTHERLAND PARKER Orange, New Jersey Pianoforte under Donald S. Smith Senior Class Nominating Committee 1938. LINNET PHYLLIS PELOSI . Brockton. Massachusetts Pianoforte under George A. Gibson Senior Class Social Committee 1939, Senior Cl ass Day Committee 1939. HETTY ADELAIDE PREBLE . Boston. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Charles Dennee Harriet T. Brown Scholarship 1937, Jennie S. Woodman Scholarship 1938. IRENE HELEN PREVOST Fall River. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Howard Godinq Senior Class Social Committee 1939. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937. SYLVIA BLANCHE ROBINSON . Boston. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Richard E. Stevens Senior Class Social Committee 1939. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Massachusetts State Scholarship 1936, Converse Scholarship 1937, Converse Scholarship 1938, Elson Club Alumnae Scholarship 1938. RUSSELL SMITH STEELE STRONACH DORIS GRAY RUSSELL Chelmsford. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club. FLORENCE SMITH Milford, Massachusetts Violin under Vaughn Hamilton Conservatory Orchestra 1936-37-38-39. ROBERT WILLIAM STEELE Somerville, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Vice President Underclass 1936-37, Vice President Junior Class 1937-38, Senior Class Day Committee 1939, Senior Class Social Committee 1939, Assistant Advertising Manager of 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938. RALPH HOWARD STRONACH Brookline, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Kappa Gamma Psi, Vice President Kappa Gamma Psi 1938-39. Business Manager Madrigal Club 1939, Conservatory Orchestra 1937-38-39, Student Council 1937-38, Chairman Senior Class Day Committee 1939, Assistant Business Manager of 1939 NEUME. Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938. SALLY KNIGHT SUNDERLAND . Washington. Rhode Island School Music under Francis Find! ay New England Conservatory Club. Senior Class Social Committee 1939. NELLIE SERENA TAFT . North Grafton. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club. Junior Class Prom Committee 1938, Senior Class Nominating Committee 1939, Committee for 1939 NEUME. CARLOS BONOCIO TIO . . . San German, Puerto Rico Pianoforte under Jesus Maria Sanromd Kappa Gamma Psi. Senior Class Sift Committee 1939. LILLIAN KAPLOW TOBEY Pianoforte under Norine Robards Elson Club, Recording Secretary Elson Club 1939. Winthrop, Massachusetts MARGARET ENDICOTT TOWER Beverly. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club, Treasurer New England Conservatory Club 1939. Senior Class Ring Committee 1939, Committee for 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935. AILI MARIA TYBACK Sandwich, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findiay Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. New England Conservatory Club, Executive Committee New England Conservatory Club 1938-39, Corresponding Secretary New England Conservatory Club 1938-39. Madrigal Club, Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Associate Editor and Assistant Advertising Manager of 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Oliver Ditson Scholarsh ip 1938. JOSEPH VELAR DO, Junior . Quincy. Massachusetts Clarinet under Victor Polatschek Kappa Gamma Psi, Assistant Recording Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1938-39. Conservatory Orchestra 1936-37-38-39, Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Assistant Subscription Manager of 1939 NEUME. NANCY TAYLOR YOUNG Dedham, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findiay Secretary Junior Class 1937-38, Secretary Senior Class 1938-39. Chairman Senior Class Ring Committee 1939, Senior Class Social Committee 1939, Advertising Manager of 1939 NEUME. MARY ELIZABETH GOLDEN LILLIAN JONES CwdifateJ frt the £ctc JtJ faiplwn RUTH MARION DONELLY Boston. Massachusetts Organ under Homer Humphrey Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Organ 1937 Carr Organ Club. Carr Scholarship 1937, Carr Scholarship 1938. MARY ELIZABETH GOLDEN Balboa. Canal Zone Voice under Alice H. Stevens Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Voice 1938 Sigma Alpha lota, Chaplain Sigma Alpha lota 1937-38, Social Chairman Sigma Alpha lota 1937-38. Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Clara Kathleen Rogers Scholarship 1938. LILLIAN JONES Los Angeles. California Voice under Gladys Childs Miller Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Voice 1938 Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Mu Phi Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary Mu Phi Epsilon 1937-38. Vice President Mu Phi Epsilon 1938-39. Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Fanny Elizabeth French Scholarship 1938, Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship 1938. LILLIAN ALBERTA ROSEN LYDIA HINCKLEY WOODS Cah dateJ tfrt the £ctti6tJ foipUw MARY BELL MARSHALL Texarkana, Arkansas Pianoforte under Lucille Monaghan Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Pianoforte 1938 Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Sigma Alpha lota. LILLIAN ALBERTA ROSEN Dorchester. Massachusetts Pianoforte under Richard E. Stevens Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Pianoforte 1938 Elson Club. Senior Class Day Committee 1938, Senior Class Picture Committee 1938. Mary C. Morrison Scholarship 1937, Lotta Crabtree Scholarship 1938. Winner Mason and Hamlin Pianoforte Competition 1939. LYDIA HINCKLEY WOODS Cambridge, Massachusetts Violin under Vaughn Hamilton Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in Violin 1937 Alumni Association. Conservatory Orchestra 1933-34-35-36-37-38, Vice President Junior Class 1936. Lotta Crabtree Scholarship 1934, Lotta Crabtree Scholarship 1935, Lotta Crabtree Scholarship 1936. ALLEN JACQ HARRIS MAKI Candidate fa the beyiee SackeUt cjf iHnAic PHOEBE GEORGENA ALLEN Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay New England Conservatory Club. Student Council 1936-37-38-39, Junior Senior Prom Committee 1936, Senior Class Day Committee 1939, Senior Class Cap and Gown Committee 1939, Com- mittee tor 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935. PRISCILLA HARRIS School Music under Francis Findlay Providence, Rhode Island ANDRE MARIE JACQ Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Fumess Chairman Senior Class Gift Committee 1939. Le Havre, France ALICE ILMA MAKI Pianoforte under Lucille Monaghan Worcester, Massachusetts Senior Class Day Committee 1939. New England High School Scholarship 1935, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1936, Southwick Scholarship 1937, Fanny Elizabeth French Scholarship 1938. MITCHELL PALMER PAPPOUTSAKIS RICHARDS dfhifi teJ fa the heytee RuckeUb ctf J HuMc CLARA CHAMBERLAIN MITCHELL New Britain. Connecticut Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Furness Sigma Alpha lota, Corresponding Secretary Sigma Alpha lota 1938-39. MIRIAM ERNESTINE PALMER Pittsfield. Maine School Music under Francis Findlay Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in School Music 1938 Mu Phi Epsilon, Acting Secretary Mu Phi Epsilon 1938-39. New England Conservatory Club. Student Council 1937-38, Senior Class Ring Committee 1938, Advertising Manager of 1938 NEUME. IPPOCRATES PAPPOUTSAKIS Boston. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Kappa Gamma Psi, Chaplain Kappa Gamma Psi 1931-32, Assistant Recording Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1932-33, Corresponding Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1933-34, Historian Kappa Gamma Psi, 1934-35, Vice President Kappa Gamma Psi 1935-36, President Kappa Gamma Psi 1936. Conservatory Orchestra 1929-30-31-32-33-34, Staff N. E. C. NEWS 1935. Editor in Chief of 1939 NEUME. GEORGE LEO RICHARDS Wollaston. Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Senior Class Outing Committee 1939, Committee for 1939 NEUME. SILVERMAN STRASSBURG CfhdifateJ fob the fceftee SqckeUb ojf Hfl lc HERBERT HAROLD SILVERMAN Boston, Massachusetts Schoof Music under Francis Findlay President Underclass 1936-37, President Junior Clas s 1937-38, President Senior Class 1938-39, Music Director Madrigal Club 1938-39, Conservatory Orchestra 1936-37-38, Student Council 1937-38-39, President Student Council 1937-38, Ex Officio 1939 NEUME. New England High School Scholarship 1935, George B. Hyde Scholarship 1936, Oliver Ditson Scholarship 1937, Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938. ROBERT STRASSBURG Boston, Massachusetts Composition under Carl McKinley Conservatory Orchestra 1938-39, Chairman Manuscript Club 1938-39. Charles Hayden Scholarship 1938. CHARLES DARWIN CARROLL Dorchester, Massachusetts Composition under Warren Storey Smith Kappa Gamma Psi, Recording Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1937-38, Vice President Kappa Gamma Psi 1938-39, Editor Kappa Gamma Psi GRAY AND BLACK 1938-39, National Secretary Kappa Gamma Psi 1938-39. Manuscript Club, President Student Council 1937, Editor in Chief N. E. C. NEWS 1937-38, Associate Editor of 1939 NEUME. JOHN GEORGE DEMIRJIAN Everett, Massachusetts School Music under Francis Findlay Graduated New England Conservatory of Music with Concentration in School Music 1938 Art Editor of 1937 NEUME. DORIS TITCOMB MACDONALD Needham, Massachusetts Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Furness Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. BURNETT NEWBROUGH Candidate tfet the key tee fttaJtet cjj fH«J c MILDRED MESSER BURNETT, Mus. Bac. North Hampton, New Hampshire Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Furness Bachelor of Music Degree with Concentration in Voice Conferred by New England Conservatory of Music 1937 Honorary Society of Pi Kappa Lambda. Secretary Student Council 1936-37, Chairman Senior Class Day Committee 1936-37, Business Manager of 1937 NEUME. Henry Munroe Rogers Scholarship 1936, Lucinda Gould Scholarship 1938. MARY ELMA IGELMAN, Mus. Bac. Indianapolis. Indiana Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Furness and William L. Whitney Bachelor of Music Degree with Concentration in Voice Conferred by New England Conservatory of Music 1932 LaVERA McNAY NEWBROUGH, Mus. Bac. Cambridge, Massachusetts Musical Research under Clifton Joseph Furness Bachelor of Music Degree with Concentration in School Music Conferred by New England Conservatory of Music 1937 OffanijaticnA . . . STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS UNDERCLASS CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA ELSON CLUE CONSERVATORY CLUB ALPHA CHI ONEGA KAPPA GAMMA I I MU PHI EPSILON PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA SIGMA ALPHA IOTA IcWitieA . . . The £enhi Cl A OFFICERS HERBERT SILVERMAN President IDABARDWELL Vice Presidenf NANCYYOUNG Secretary VICTORALPERT Treasurer COMMITTEES Social Committee HELEN COHEN. Chairman LINNET PELOSI IRENE PREVOST SYLVIA ROBINSON ROBERT STEELE SALLY SUNDERLAND NANCY YOUNG Cfass Ring Committee NANCY YOUNG. Chairman RUTH BROWNE DELPHINE COLBY MARGARET TOWER Class Gift Committee ANDRE JACQ, Chairman GAIL COWAN DOROTHY LEVINE CARLOS TIO C ass Day Committee RALPH STRONACH. Chairman ARNOLD CHAITMAN, Co-chairman PHOEBE ALLEN VICTOR ALPERT ALICE MAKI LINNET PELOSI ROBERT STEELE Cfass Outing Committee CECILE HEALY. Chairman ARNOLD CHAITMAN HELEN COHEN GAIL COWAN GEORGE RICHARDS AILI TYBACK JOSEPH VELARDO Cap and Gown Committee PHOEBE ALLEN RUTH BROWNE GAIL COWAN So I sez, " We ' re almost free now. " He waits a long time before replyin ' . I have a feelin ' wrong, ' cause he ' s got one of those far-away looks in his eyes. Then he says, " Yep, makes ya feel kinda almost like bawlin ' . " " Aw, stop the fern stuff, " I sniffs back. " Ain ' t we served our time? " But I guess I don ' t sound very convincin ' , ' cause I know what he ' s thinkin ' about. Classes an ' concerts an ' things, Beethov ' n an ' Gainsboro Street, the teachers we liked an ' the pals that we made . . . the nite of the prom . . . yeh, the nite of the prom . . . But that ' s almost gone now, ' cause they say we ' re free rite soon. " Say, " he says kinda sudden to me. " Yeh, " I replies. Ill I Pi II I don t wanna go. " Yeh, I know. I don ' t wanna either. " An ' Beethoven is smilin ' down on us sorta wise like as tho he ' s heard all this before. The JqHit Cf J OFFICERS JOSEPH AHERN . MALCOLM CREIGHTON. MARJORIE NESBITT ELIZABETH CREAMER CLARA SHEDD . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Student Council Representative JOSEPH AHERN RUTH BERYL ANDERSON HUMBERTO ANDRADE CHRISOULA ARGEROS MARGERY ARNOLD HAROLD BEAL SAMUEL BEATTIE IRENE BINDER JOHN CARTWRIGHT LUCILLE CHANDLER CHARLOTTE CHENAIL MARGARET CLARK MAY COHEN DELPHINE COLBY MILDRED CRAGWELL MARY ELIZABETH CREAMER MALCOLM CREIGHTON DONALD CURRIER CLARENCE HELSING GWENDOLYN D ' HEMECOURT LORETTA DONOHUE AGNES EGOROFF VICTORIA EISENBERG IRMA ERICKSON RUTH FRISCHKORN LLOYD GAUDET GEORGE GOULARTE ALBERT HARDY MARY HUNSAKER GRETCHEN KINDER VIRGINIA KNIGHT PAUL LACASSE RITA LA PLANTE JOSEPH LEAVITT BARBARA LINDBLADH HELEN MARETTI MICHAEL MASAILO EMMA MELLO RUTH MILLER JACK MILTIMORE CLARENCE MOSHER FLORENCE NEARY MARJORIE NESBITT ALEXANDRA NURCZYNSKA NORMA OLSEN HELEN OLSON JULES PAYMENT ETHEL POTTS VIRGINIA PRATT MARY QUINN RHODA ROBINSON VINCENT SACCA PHYLLIS SAMPSON ESTHER SEAVERNS JEANETTE SHAPIRO CLARA SHEDD RHODORA SMITH ELEANOR STRONG WILLIAM TERRILL JANE VEASEY ARLINGTON VISSCHER OLIVE WENNBERG LETA WHITNEY HELEN WILKINSON PROPOSITION: The Junior Class is outstanding. TO PROVE: There is a Junior Class. GIVEN: The New England Conservatory of Music and a Catalog. Or, inversely, a Catalog and the New England Conservatory of Music. SCHOLIUM: Last year certain persons reported for Junior examinations. This year the same persons reported for Senior examinations. Now no person may report for Senior examinations who has not passed the Junior examinations, (Axiom I: " It ' s in the Catalog " ). Therefore those persons who reported for Senior examinations must have passed the Junior ex- aminations, (Axiom 2: " The Catalog is always right " ). But since Under- classmen are persons who have not passed the Junior examinations, (Postulate I), and Seniors are persons who have passed the Senior exam- inations, (Postulate 2), those persons who reported for Junior examinations last year and Senior examinations this year were in the interim neither Underclassmen nor Seniors. Now reverting to the given . . . With all respect to Euclid, we know a better proof. According to the Registrar ' s books certain persons were Underclassmen last year, and those of them who pay their bills will be Seniors next year. In the interim they must be . . . No, won ' t work. Try again. Certain persons nobly permitted the Seniors to assume complete domination of the Senior Junior Prom, and due to their benef- icent nature magnanimously gave them not only unstinted co-operation but their best wishes as well. Now since this was a Senior Junior Prom . . . Come to think of it, this is all kind of unnecessary. They all seem to be listed on the opposite page, anyway. OFFICERS DANIEL L E A R Y President ROCCO Dl PIETRO Vice President JESSIE TURNER Secretary JOSEPHFOLEY Treasurer FRANK SANDLER Representative to Student Council WILLIAM FULLER . . Representative to Student Council ■ ■ ■ " Music! The total expression of life ' s values in one chord. A unified word in the transcendental, a rhyming sentence in the vulgate. We are all composers of this music, and genius is mine, yours, and that silly child ' s over there. But our attempts fail in the birth of new themes, our com- positions die in cold misunderstanding. Before you can shape your content, you must decide on its definitive form; you may have the expression, but you lack the form with which to give it meaning. " Nietzche? No, just an Underclassman talking. Whom is he talking to? Another one of the kiddies. And what is the Underclassman talking to another one of the kiddies about? Well, we don ' t know exactly. Musical Form, we think. But what does that matter, — we ' ve ploughed through assigned readings that make less sense. That ' s the Underclass this year. Like all good children who are eager to sop up the available knowledge left by their elders, they insisted upon having speakers for each meeting. From that point on, with an innocent look on their angelic faces, they began doing things. A banquet and reception to welcome Mr. Quincy Porter, the Underclass Bulletin, roller-skating, a rendezvous every other Thursday at the Old France, an Underclass Chorus. Bowling, too, until someone decided it was no fun since the same balls always came back and the pins never stayed down. We should, in all tradition, be writing facetiously about the Underclass. But we don ' t feel a bit facetious, we feel embarrassed. The Underclass is doing things, and doing them not entirely in fun either but in a way which seems to assure the Conservatory for the next two years at least of a most important intangible asset. Yes, we mean School Spirit. the £t« feht Cv«Hcit OFFICERS JOHN OHANIAN President CLARA SHEDD Vice President GAIL COWAN . . Secretory DANIEL LEARY Treasurer HARVEY LOVELESS Executive Board JOSEPH AHERN PHOEBE ALLEN Conservatory Club MARY CARNEY Mu Phi Epsilon GAIL COWAN Senior Class ELIZABETH CREAMER HARVEY LOVELESS Alpha Chi Omega LIBBY ELLISON Elson Club DOROTHY KLEEB Sigma Alpha lota DANIEL LEARY Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia JOHN OHANIAN Kappa Gamma Psi LEWIS SCHWATLO Underclass CLARA SHEDD Junior Class HERBERT SILVERMAN Sieg Heil! A new order replaced the old, this February ' 39, when a shift was effected in the central oligarchy. In less dignified verbiage, the Stu- dent Council made a fresh start this year. With a new Constitution, new personnel, and complete (sic) cooperation and sympathy from the admin- istration, it should now better than ever serve as the pivotal point for school activities. Within the grasp of its tentacles it tenderly embraces ten sororities, fraternities, clubs, and class organizations in the Conserva- tory. Wonderful to relate, yet strange to comprehend, all of these groups display unusual eagerness to foster each other ' s activities in the interest of adequate social life in school. While making no attempt to be dictatorial, since the opposition wouldn ' t stand the ghost of a chance, the Student Council passes those judgments which it feels wisest and safest for the successful social function of the individual organizations. If no democratic revolutions arise from the masses to upset the aristocratic wagon, by next year the Student Council hopes to hold frequent general assemblies for educational purposes, where speakers drone and students doze in the comforting rest of a peaceful atmosphere. The one possible palliative for too much sleep will be announcements of student activities. A terpsichorean extravaganza was held in Brown Hall last April, with the turnstiles clicking off a gross gate of one hundred fifty students and faculty members, a reliable index of the high regard in which the Student Council is held even when it is forced to appear peremptorial. With this friendly trench-mortar of best wishes behind it, the Council will continue to be of invaluable aid to the entire student body. Student Council Dance The CenAeMUtii OickeAtU First Violins ELIZABETH S. CROUSE. Concerfmisfress LOUIS RUGGIERO MARY T. DRIVER LYDIA H. WOODS DOROTHY ROSENBERG RHODA ROBINSON MARY SAWYER CLARA Dl MATTIA JOHN CARDOSA ALFRED L. SOULE FLORENCE SMITH FRANCES EATON WALTER SPOLAR ANN C. VERY RICHARD G. HAGOPIAN DAVID A. BLOOM Violas BASIL PRANGOULIS ALFRED SANFILIPPO SIMON WIENER ARNOLD CHAITMAN VICTOR ALPERT CONSTANCE BETTENCOURT ARLINGTON VISSCHER ISABEL M. HORTON NORMAN SODERSJERNA Second Violins JULES PAYMENT DOROTHY CHURCHILL RICHARD JOHNS MIRIAM HOLLANDER ALBERT SEELY JOHN OHANIAN KIRKE W. WALKER. JR. ANNA AVAKIAN GEORGE NICOLOFF MARJORIE E. SHEILS VOLLMER HETHERINGTON ALTON AVERY JOHN G. JELATIS IRMA MORAN JULIO Dl SANTO Viofoncefff ADELAIDE HUBBARD WESTON L. BRANNEN DOROTHEA R. JUMP NORMA JEAN OLSEN ARTHUR WINOGRAD KARL LAMP HARRIET NYE AUDREY MACDONALD Contrabasses MAX O. KUNZE. Instructor STANLEY G. HASSELL MARGARET G. ALVORD MELVIN PEABODY WEBSTER SPINNEY MARY F. CONLON FAY JENNINGS Horns WILLEM VALKENIER, Instructor FREDERICK S. WALDRON JOSEPH FRENI LOUIS GOLDMAN FRANK B. SANDLER HERBERT I. RUSSCOL LEONARD CORMIER Flutes ROBERT McKENZIE MALCOLM HALL DANIEL LEARY PRISCILLA MARTINSON Trumpets HARRY HERFORTH FRANKLIN WOODBURY MARTIN BORAKS PHYLLIS G. SAMPSON P ccofo MALCOLM HALL Bass Trumpet PHYLLIS G. SAMPSON Oboes CLEMENT LENOM. Instructor OSCAR TOURTELLOTTE MARY McRAE CARNEY JOSEPH RIZZO JOHN LAGERVAL Trombones FRANCIS CULLEN DAVID PITMAN KAUKO KAHILA ELLIOT ATLAS STANLEY G. HASSELL English Horn CLEMENT LENOM JOHN LAGERVAL Clarinets PASQUALE CARDILLO JOSEPH VELARDO ORVILLE CRAMER PAUL LACASSE Bass Clarinet DUGALD LIVINGSTONE Saxophone LEO LUUKKONEN Bassoons BOAZ FILLER. Instructor CLYDE A. BENNETT HAROLD S. FELDMAN BERNICE ROGERS Bass Tuba F. CHESTER ROBERTS Tympani JOSEPH LEAVITT VICTOR Dl STEFANO Percussion LAWRENCE WHITE, Instructor DOWELL P. McNEILL ROBERT STRASSBURG RALPH STRONACH JOSEPH LEAVITT VICTOR Dl STEFANO ARNOLD MANCHESTER Harps OLIVIA HALL BETTY JANE HALLSTROM Organ and Celesta DOWELL P. McNEILL Contrabassoon BOAZ FILLER Librarian STANLEY G. HASSELL CLph CM OFFICERS CHARLOTTE GOLDFORB . . . . President ADELAIDE HUBBARD Vice President EDYTHE SALVIN Corresponding Secretory LILLIAN KAPLOW TOBEY . . Recording Secretary ESTHERRUBIN Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN COHEN ADELAIDE HUBBARD MAY COHEN RUTH KNATMAN LIBBY ELLISON DOROTHY LODGEN ESTHER FEINGOLD LILLIAN ROSEN NORMA FRANK DOROTHY ROSENBERG MIRIAM FREEDMAN ESTHER RUBIN LILLIAN GOLDBERG EDYTHE SALVIN CHARLOTTE GOLDFORB JEANNETTE SHAPIRO LILLIAN GOLDMAN LILLIAN KAPLOW TOBEY ELSIE HERWITZ One of the finer ways of perpetuating a name is to unite it with some worthy objective. And what better objective for a musical organization than " to promote the best in music and further the musical interests of its members " ? The Louis C. Elson Club was founded in 1920 for just such a purpose. So thorough was the organizing ability of its founder that by 1924 the club had become sufficiently established to enable it to present to the Con- servatory a memorial in the form of a bas-relief by the noted sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson. In accordance with its objectives, and further to stimulate musical accom- plishment among its members, the Elson Club presents a concert each spring and awards a scholarship each year to one of its members. The annual spring concert this year took place on May 16 with the winner of the 1939 Mason and Hamlin Pianoforte Competition, a member of the Elson Club, as one of the participating principals. No women ' s organization is complete, however, without its social life. In pursuit of this end, a dance was held in Brown Hall, two musicales, a bridge party and tea at the homes of members. Graduate members of the Elson Club look forward to membership in the Elson Alumnae Club upon completion Wei Cnfand CenJeWatcitf Club OFFICERS CECILE H EALY . ANGELICA SARRIS MARGARET TOWER GAIL COWAN AILI TYBACK PHOEBE ALLEN . President Vice President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Representative to Student Council ACTIVE MEMBERS PHOEBE ALLEN IDA BARDWELL MARION BATCHELDER RUTH BROWNE LOUISE CARROLL GAIL COWAN MARTA FINDLAY CECILE HEALY BARBARA LINDBLADH MARY LUDKO ELIZABETH PAFFENBACH HELEN PAPARELLA EVELYN RICHARDS DORIS RUSSELL PHYLLIS SAMPSON ANGELICA SARRIS ESTHER SEAVERNS NANINE SCHWARZ ELEANOR STRONG SALLY SUNDERLAND NELLIE TAFT MARGARET TOWER AILI TYBACK KIKUYE YATSUHASHI By way of introduction, the New England Conservatory Club is the Con Club expanded to polysyllabic pronunciation. But " Con Club " is more affectionate. It reflects the spirit of friendliness and helpfulness which characterizes its members so much better than the longer name, no matter how official. " Conservatory Club " if you wish, but not — please not — New England Conservatory Club. The Conservatory Club had its origin in the desire to promote school spirit through a closer bond of friendship among the students. Beginning as an organization to which all sororities belonged, it gradually evolved into a separate entity with its own membership, no longer drawn from among members of sororities necessarily. The Con Club Room is a friendly place. It ' s the only way we can describe it. And every member of the club takes that same friendliness and warmth with her wherever she goes. The atmosphere is a combination of mutual helpfulness and spontaneous fun. Serious discussions pertaining to class- room work are interspersed with tinkley laughter. One feels he is in the presence of a group of girls who have found in each other real friends and companions, who will in later years remember the good times as well as the serious side of their school life. The activities of the Con Club are by no means limited to the club room. For the past two years the girls have been giving successful demonstrations of histrionic talent in public performances of plays presented in conjunc- tion with Kappa Gamma Psi. Other activities in a broadly diversified program are the annual banquet, the yearly outing, and frequent appearances in recitals and concerts. 4 Chi Oftteff OFFICERS VIRGINIA BAKER CONSTANCE DENNISON VALERIE SHERMAN BERYL ANDERSON VIRGINIA KNIGHT ELEANOR BU RCH M ADELYN BOYD . ELIZABETH CREAMER ETHEL HILL . MARGARET MANNING President Vice President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer Chaplain . Warden Historian Lyre Editor Pianist ACTIVE MEMBERS BERYL ANDERSON VIRGINIA BAKER MADELYN BOYD ELEANOR BURCH BARBARA BURRELL LUCILLE CHANDLER ELIZABETH CREAMER CONSTANCE DENNISON ETHEL HILL MARY HUNSAKER VIRGINIA KNIGHT HARRIET MACFARLAND MARGARET MANNING DIANA OLIVER VALERIE SHERMAN ETHEL SPIDLE JEAN STARCK MARY STETSON Want to have some fun? Just try thinking of all the things one can buy at an annual rummage sale conducted by a sorority. Judging from the success of Alpha Chi ' s last one anything can be had for the asking, from a bass fiddle with part of the top missing to a Stradivarius with bow of choicest Pernambuco. We personally acquired the bass fiddle. The girl who sold it to us proved to our complete satisfaction that life is not complete without a bass fiddle. Our brow clouded a little at the missing top, but only for a second. " We have the nicest outboard motor, " the girl said. Then seeing the slight look of bewilderment creeping into our usually imperturbable countenance, " You can use it on fishing trips, " she explained simply. The " it " seemed to include both the bass fiddle and the motor. " Of course, " we said brightening. It all sounded so natural. Zeta Chapter has been as busy as ever. Not only have the members been functioning actively on a social plane, but they have been prominent in concerts, recitals, and Conservatory broadcasts as well. Alpha Chi Omega is a member of the National Pan-Hellenic Congress. Zeta Chapter, established at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1895, is the only strictly musical chap- ter, although the traditions of the fraternity embody the appreciation of OFFICERS JOHN OHANIAN DARWIN CARROLL . RALPH STRONACH . JOSEPH AHERN. JOSEPH VELARDO, JR. CLARENCE MOSHER, J PAUL GIULIANA LEO LANGELIER GEORGE N ICOLOFF PAUL DONOVAN BOWER MURPHY President First Vice President Second Vice President Recording Secretary Assistant Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Chaplain Historian . Trustee ACTIVE JOSEPH PETER AHERN SAMUEL ALEXANDER BEATTIE ARTHUR FREDERICK BRAULT, JR. CHARLES DARWIN CARROLL ORVILLE CRAMER, JR. ARTHUR VINCENT D ' ONOFRIO PAUL FRANCIS DONOVAN WILLIAM GOSTA FERNSTROM FLYGARE JOSEPH PETER FOLEY WILLIAM JOSEPH FULLER, JR. PAUL GIULIANA MEMBERS LEO HENRI LANGELIER MICHAEL MASAILO MALCOLM MOORE McFARLAND CLARENCE FLEETWOOD MOSHER. JR. GEORGE CHRISTOFF NICOLOFF JOHN JOSEPH OHANIAN SUMNER WILLIAM PETERSON RALPH HOWARD STRONACH CARLOS BONOCIO TIO LOUIS MALDONADO UGALDE JOSEPH VELARDO. JR. F. ADDISON PORTER. National Honorary President " Fishing trip starts at 8:00 A.M. — Concert tonite 8:30. " Not very coherent, it ' s true, but that ' s the Kappa bulletin board for you. Mixing chamber music concerts with bowling matches, and serious two-hour re- hearsals with not-so-serious two-hour sessions at the Old France may not appear to be meeting the highest standards of consistency, but Kappa Gamma Psi just naturally evolved this system as the only proper procedure for attaining the fuller life. (For an authoritative definition of what consti- tutes the fuller life, consult any school music student.) Two very firm commendations of this policy are the very active member- ship of the chapter and the success of its various undertakings. And they have been varied. The scope of this year ' s activities ranges all the way from informal get-togethers for dinner before meetings to a formal ban- quet at the Somerset, from impromptu musicales in the fraternity room to a memorial concert in Jordan Hall with Pi Kappa Lambda, from unofficial baseball practice with any and all challengers to official bowling tourna- ments with formidable opponents. One explanation, of course, is the prac- tically unbounded versatility of the individual members. Or perhaps versatility isn ' t the word. We refer to the characteristic that makes it possible for a Kappa to — well, you know — subdue a particularly untract- able school of pickerel in mid-ocean one minute and make more than adequately convincing love to a girl the next. We mean love on the stage, we hasten to explain; more specifically at rehearsals for the play with the Con Club. Kappa Gamma Psi, withall, is a national music fraternity and points proudly to its aims: to aid its members in a moral and material way; to encourage sincere and earnest music study; to pro- mote and dignify the musical profes- sion; to establish closer relations be- tween musicians and music schools; to work for the development of music in America. The fraternity stands for the highest ideals in art and life. It endeavors to stimulate latent talent and inspire its members to high scho- lastic attainment through whole-hearted co-operation with the faculties of the institu- tions in which its chap- ters are established. iK« Phi Cftiile OFFICERS OF BETA CHAPTER RAFFAELLA FIORENTINO President LILLIAN JONES Vice President MARJORIE CHADWICK . . . Recording Secretary AMELIA ANDERSON . . . Corresponding Secretary MARGARET SPILLER Alumnae Secretary MARGARETCLARK Historian RUTHAUSTEN Treasurer EDNACOMSTOCK Warden EDITHSUTTON Chorister EMILY ELLIS Chaplain ACTIVE IRENE BINDER MARY CARNEY CLARA Dl MATTIA HARRIOT EATON RUTH GIBSON DOROTHY GU ION MEMBERS FLORENCE HOLLAND ASTRI KNUDSON MARY McGANN HELEVI NORDSTROM MIRIAM PALMER PAULINE YOUNG " Devoted to the service, recognition, and advancement of American women musicians. " The promotion of friendship and musicianship among students and grad- uates of American colleges and schools of music is the prime motivating force behind the idealism of Mu Phi Epsilon. A national honor music sorority, it elects its members from the upper fourth of the students in the junior, senior, and graduate years. Membership in Mu Phi Epsilon implies outstanding scholastic ability, character, and leadership. The most important musical event sponsored by Beta Chapter this year was the annual formal concert held in Brown Hall on May eighth. Informal musicales, followed by pleasant hours of social activity, have taken place throughout the year on the first Monday of each month. Founders ' Day, November thirteenth, provided an occasion for Beta Chapter and the Boston Alumnae Chapter to combine in a formal banquet, musicale, and social evening of exceptional interest. Mu Phi Epsilon does not restrict its social activities within the circle of its own membership. A party early in October provided an opportunity for all new girls in the school to meet the older students. Matinee dances held in Brown Hall at frequent intervals throughout the year have been a source of pleasure not only to members of Beta Chapter and their escorts but to the entire student body as well. In the midst of professional, student and social activities, Beta Chapter finds time to earn, and to confer by vote of the chapter, an annual scholarship to one of its members. Pki IHk Alpkt £imfr i4 OFFICERS WILLIAM E. CATHCART . . . Supreme Councilman ALFRED L. SOU LE President WILLIAM E. CATHCART . Vice President G. DUTRA DA SILVIERA Treasurer WILLIAM B. TERRELL . . . Corresponding Secret ary F. BURNS LANGWORTHY . Recording Secretary HENRYGRZYBOLA Historian HUMBERTOANDRADE Warden F. BURNS LANGWORTHY Librarian ACTIVE MEMBERS HUMBERTO ANDRADE DICKRAN HAGOPIAN ROCCO Dl PIETRO JOHN CARDOSA F. BURNS LANGWORTHY G. DUTRA DA SILVIERA WILLIAM E. CATHCART HARVEY LOVELESS ALFRED L. SOULE EVAN EVANS ARNOLD MANCHESTER WALTER SPOLAR HENRY GRZYBOLA ROBERT McCULLOCH WILLIAM B. TERRELL FRED S. WALDRON ACTIVE ALUMNI FREDERICK S. CONVERSE VAUGHN HAMILTON RAYMOND ORR LOUIS COUNIHAN HOMER HUMPHREY C. ROLAND REASONER JOSE DA COSTA HARRISON KELLER HARRY N. REDMAN FLOYD BIGELOW DEAN CLEMENT LENOW WARREN STOREY SMITH WALLACE GOODRICH CLYDE MACDONALD MANUEL VALERIO MALCOLM HALL WALTER MACDONALD LAWRENCE WHITE We call it " complete accord " . The Greeks called it " sinfonia " . It was George W. Chadwick who suggested the name. A group of people of similar interests working together in perfect harmony, a fraternity of musicians — with all that the word implies. Since its founding at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1 898, Sinfonia has over eighty chapters to attest to the wisdom of the choice. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a national music fraternity, has for its purpose the advancement of music in America. It stimulates its members to greater efforts through the awarding of scholarships and prizes, it increases the familiarity of its members with American music by means of annual concerts of American compositions presented by each chapter. Candlelight Concerts held once a month in the chapter room have become an institution. A smoker given at the beginning of each year affords the new men of the Conservatory an opportunity to meet each other and to become acquainted with the older students. Informal concerts, impromptu gatherings, participation in public concerts and recitals, are some of the other activities of the fraternity. A bowling team, too, has been formed this year, and matches between Phi Mu Alpha and Kappa Gamma Psi have been held every other week. £ifm fifth Jttt LAMBDA CHAPTER OFFICERS JANE VEASEY CLARA SHEDD . ERMA ERICKSON GENEVIEVE CARTER DELPHINE COLBY MARY SAWYER . MIRIAM HOLLANDE CLARA MITCHELL DOROTHEA JUMP RITA LAPLANTE President Vice President Recording Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Chaplain Editor . Sergeant-at-Arms Executive Board GENEVIEVE CARTER DELPHINE COLBY DOROTHY DRUMMOND AG SUA EGOROFF ERMA ERICKSON MIRIAM HOLLANDER ACTIVE MEMBERS DOROTHEA JUMP GRETCHEN KINDER DOROTHY KLEEB RITA LA PLANTE FRANCIS MAINS CLARA MITCHELL MARJORIE NESBITT HELEN REESE MARY SAWYER CLARA SHEDD MARJORIE SHIELS JANE VEASEY HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. DUDLEY FITTS ETHEL CAVE-COLE BERNICE FISHER-BUTLER MME. ESTHER FERRABINI-JACCHIA MME. EMMA ROBERTS-LONGHEAD MRS. ALVAN T. FULLER MME. MOTTE-LACROIX MME. OLGA AVERINO RUTH CONNISTON MORIZE MME. CLAIRE MAGER We had to call out the Ogpu! Not a bit of information would the 2 A I ' s vouchsafe us. Wouldn ' t even let us take pictures! After hours of lurking around the second floor corridor, a great deal of casual sauntering up and down in front of the 2 A I door, many disarming conversations with the girls about the weather, and frequent use of concealed mirrors and periscopes, we beg to report: The 2 A I ' s are very, very all right. That ' s nothing new? All right, then, how ' s this: Sigma Alpha lota is a National Professional Fraternity, founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1903. It includes sixty-two active chapters and nineteen alumnae groups. As a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs its aim in part is " to make music an integral part of American life through education, legislation, organization and encouragement of American artists, composers and all worthy music. " " Pan ' s Cottage " at the MacDowell Colony of Creative Arts is supported by Sigma Alpha lota. Talented artists and musicians are given the oppor- tunity there to produce creative work in American music and art in an environment designed to exclude the customary distractions. Alumni ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HONORARY SOCIETY OF PI KAPPA LAMBDA Pi Happa ia nb4a OFFICERS FRANCES B. SETTLE President WILLIAM B. HADDON. . . . First Vice President FLORENCE OWEN LUCAS . . . Second Vice President STANLEY G. HASSELL Treasurer DOWELL P. McNEILL . . . . Financial Secretary MARY E. WILLIAMS . . Corresponding Secretary GERTRUDE BRAILEY NELSON . Recording Secretary Jc the £enht The officers of the Alumni Association are happy to have this opportunity to extend their congratulations and best wishes to the members of the Senior Class. We have enjoyed becoming acquainted with you during your undergrad- uate years and have greatly appreciated your friendly interest in us. We have been pleased to see how enthusiastically you have entered into your work. The concerts you have taken part in, both vocal and instrumental, have been exceptionally good and we are grateful to you for all that you have done individually to make them outstanding. Your whole-hearted co-operation in all school activities and your devotion and loyalty to the ideals of the Conservatory have placed a new significance upon the term " school spirit. " We feel confident that you will want to keep in touch with the school and with your friends who have been associated with you. The Alumni Asso- ciation was formed with a realization that we should need just such an organization when we had completed our work at the Conservatory. One of its chief objectives is " to perpetuate and intensify in its members their fidelity to their Alma Mater and to bind them together in a spirit of true friendship and mutual helpfulness. " Every graduate is eligible for member- ship and we earnestly hope we may have the pleasure of welcoming each member of the Class of 1939 into our Association. You may be interested to know that two of your own class officers will be members of the Alumni Board of Directors for the coming year. A second very valuable medium through which you may keep in touch with your friends, and with the activities and events taking place at N. E. C, is the Alumni Quarterly. In addition to its news of the Alumni, its reviews of concerts, and items of vital interest to all of us, it has excellent articles on subjects that are of importance to anyone interested in music and musicians. Through your membership in the Alumni Association and your subscription to the Quarterly you will have a sense of belonging to N. E. C. even though you may be far from Boston. May we take this occasion to wish you success and happiness. Sincerely yours, FRANCES B. SETTLE, President FLOYD B. DEAN Pi Hipp Xtfitifa OFFICERS OF IOTA CHAPTER FLOYD B. DEAN . STANLEY G . HASSELL . NORINE ROBARDS . HOMER HUMPHREY . PERCY F.HUNT. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer . Finance CHARTER GEORGE W. CHADWICK FREDERICK S. CONVERSE FRANCIS FINDLAY MEMBERS ARTHUR FOOTE WALLACE GOODRICH STUART MASON THE SOCIETY OF P Honorary National The Society of Pi Kappa Lambda had its inception in the spring of 1916, in an idea conceived in the Alumni Association of the School of Music of Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois, designed to stimulate and reward exceptional musical talent. It was incorporated under a charter granted by the State of Illinois in 1918. " This society is established to provide an organization dedicated to the furtherance of musical education. Its prime object is the encouragement of eminent achievement in performance or original composition. To that end, special emphasis is placed upon the I KAPPA LAMBDA Music Fraternity maintenance of a curriculum so designed as to insure the utmost development in the ap- plied branches of the art. " In the twenty-one years since its incorpora- tion, Pi Kappa Lambda has established Chap- ters in the leading schools of music, colleges, and universities of the United States, lota Chapter was installed at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1928. Possession of a Pi Kappa Lambda key is evidence of outstanding ability in music. Honor graduates of institutions of higher musical learning are eligible for membership. Pi Hupp lmt 4 MEMBERS OF IOTA Dorothy Eastman Allen Gertrude Urban Allen Esther Asher Frank W. Asper Miriam Atlas Marian A. Bacon Shirley Bagley Ruth Bailey Ruth Bampton Evelyn Tozier Bancroft Alvira Gustapon Bean Edith Rice Berle Mrs. Frederick Berman Eleanor Steber Bilby Mrs. G. H. Bingham David S. Blanpied Gilbert R. Boyer Mrs. Alexander R. M. Boyle Laura E. Brown Mildred Messer Burnett Mrs. James B. Burr George W. Chadwick Arnold Chaitman Harold Chapman Rachel Andem Chase Alta J. Colby Frederick S. Converse CHAPTER William H. Cook Leland A. Coon Mae G. Cotton Gail Cowan Jose da Costa Floyd B. Dean Charles Dennee Alfred DeVoto Mrs. Alfred DeVoto Pierino DiBlasio Charles H. Doersam Mildred Vinton Drew Helen Zoe Duncan Verona Durick Isa belle Lynch Edwards Leigh Elder Emily Ellis Francis Findlay Alice Ruth Fischer Arthur Foote Alta F. Freeman Mrs. G. D. Gilbert Augusta Gentsch Jeanette Giguere Marie Audet Gillet Gladys Gleason Wallace Goodrich Members Pi Kappa Lambda (lota Chapter) Leona Griswold Clement Lenom Boleslaus C. Grynkiewicz Maurice Lewis William Haddon Frederick F. Lincoln Alice M. Hamlet Eleanor Lockwood Velma Harden Mrs. Percival Lombard Alice B. Harvey Anna Stovall Lothian Stanley G. Hassell Howard W. Lyman Gladys Heathcock Doris Titcomb Macdonald Clarence W. Helsing Frances Mains Julia E. Hubbard Mary Bell Marshall Homer C. Humphrey Margaret Mason Percy F. Hunt Stuart Mason Mary Elma Igelmann Maurine Palmer McCloskey Theresa Dolge James Mrs. Albert B. McConnell Elsbeth Jones Dowell P. McNeill Lillian Jones Mary L. Meister Wendell M. Jones Gladys Miller J. Albert Jeffrey Mrs. Raymond E. Mills Mrs. S. Everett Kaiper Lucille Monaghan Harrison Keller Ralph L. Moore Constance Cody King Thomas Moss Edwin Klahre Mary Herman Mott Dorothy R. Knauss Hazel B. Multer Esther Lapidus Marie Murray Amelia Lavino Gertrude Brailey Nelson Florence Leach Ivar Nelson Virginia Leahy Marion Newell Members Pi Kappa F. S. Noli Bertha Olsen Ippocrates Pappoutsakis Mrs. T. Albion Pinkham Gladys Pitcher F. Addison Porter Laura Huxtable Porter Marion Leach Pulsifer Pearl Warner Putnam Ruth Radford Mrs. Abbie Conley Rice Eustace B. Rice Myrtle E. Richardson Viva F. Richardson Norine Robards Lambert Roscoe Lillian Rosen Dorothy L. Rosenberg Anne E. Rutledge Raymond H. Sachse Schuyler S. Sampson Bertha Schaber Walter B. Scheirer Harold Schwab Clarence B. Shirley Deceased (lota Chapter) Katherine Sierer Albert Snow Donald E. Steele James Taylor Mae Taylor Grace Brown Tilton Aili Tyback James Ulmer Mrs. Edwin F. Underwood Harry Van Ham Augustus Vanini Helen Walburn Eleanor Wallace Mrs. Franklin Wearn F. Morse Wemple Paul White Susan Williams Margaret L. Witherstine Wendell S. Withington Carol Lenore Wolf Minnie Wolk Wilhelmina Cotton Wylde Mrs. J. S. Yankey Irene Cameron Zung faepartmeHt faaftta OFFICERS OF DRAMATIC UNION LEWIS PIERCE SCHWATLO President FRANK ROSSI Vice President GERALDINE GRAVES Secretary ROSALIE ZALLOTO Treasurer EXECUTIVE BOARD Barbara Burrell Jacqueline Hall Richard Powers Hector Pimentel Murder is wide-awake! Stage murder, at least, proved itself to be an asset to some of the alumni of the Dramatic Department when a reception was given in their honor. The tribute was occasioned by their starring roles in the Federal Theatre ' s most successful presentation of Macbeth, another manifestation of the proficiency toward which the dramatic department has set its course. An unusually large number of productions this year, and the requirements imposed by the high standards of the department, presented an increas- ingly pressing need for some means of relieving the Director of part of the detail incidental to the preparation and presentation of the various programs. This need is now filled by the Dramatic Union, organized this year, whose president serves as mediator between the Director of the department and the students. During the first semester Recital Hall was busily engaged in work of prep- aration; beginning with February its walls fairly resounded with the accla- mation of the audiences. Friday afternoons, for example — if you ever had the courage to reply to our " Plaudite! " Jordan Hall, too, received its full share of accomplished acting. Last December a capacity audience hurled bravo after bravo during scenes from " Tovarich " and " The Second Mrs. Tanqueray, " the first act of " Lady Precious Stream, " and a whimsical interlude in one scene entitled " A Seat in the Park. " On March 1 5 a special program of " Shakespeare on the Air " was given. The months of January, May and June crept in critics ' passes to watch the presentation of two " Evenings of Tragedy, " an " Ev ening of Original Plays, " and the first " Annual Finale. " Included in the triumphal procession of the department is a Junior Group with three recitals to their credit, and the Appreciate THE COURTESY OF THE MANY FRIENDS OF THE SENIOR CLASS WHO HA YE HELPED TO MAKE THE 1939 NEIME POSSIBLE GREETINGS AT COMMENCEMENT 1939 WALLACE GOODRICH Director OUINCY PORTER Dean of the Faculty ★ NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC . . . . COMPLIMENTS OF THE CONSERVATORY CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF ZETA CHAPTER ALPHA CHI OMEGA COMPLIMENTS OF THE ELSON CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF ALPHA CHAPTER KAPPA GAMMA PSI COMPLIMENTS OF BETA CHAPTER MU PHI EPSILON COMPLIMENTS OF ALPHA CHAPTER PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA COMPLIMENTS OF LAMBDA CHAPTER SIGMA ALPHA IOTA COMPLIMENTS OF IOTA CHAPTER HONORARY SOCIETY of PI KAPPA LAMBDA COMPLIMENTS OF THE UNDERCLASS COMPLIMENTS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS 7 he engravings in THE NEUME lor 1939 illustrate the workmanship of our ex- perienced craftsmen. . . . Faithfulness of repro- duction — in full color or in black and white — characterize the photo engravings produced in our modern work shop. 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ONLY THE BEST IN THE WOOD OCTAVO SERIES Standard works in new arrangements; Choruses of beauty and appeal for school or general use; Delightful material of superior program quality. Catalogs of all publications sent on request. THE B. F. WOOD MUSIC COMPANY 88 ST. STEPHEN STREET BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS SYMPHONY HALL 5 4 T H SEASON POPS ARTHUR FIEDLER, Conductor 85 SYMPHONY PLAYERS J=3. New England Conservatory Night Saturday, June 17th Tickets . . . 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00 COMPLIMENTS OF VERNE Q. POWELL FLUTES, inc. FLUTE MAKERS FOR AMERICA ' S FINEST ARTISTS 295 HUNTINGTON AVENUE BOSTON. MASS. Opposite New England Conservatory COMPLIMENTS OF MRS. STONE COMPLIMENTS OF THE EXCELLENT LUNCH 305 Huntington Avenue Boston HELP TO SUPPORT THE NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF M USIC BY JOINING ITS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Member National Association of Teachers ' Agencies THE GRACE M. ABBOTT TEACHERS ' AGENCY GRACE M. 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