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THE NEUME 1952 PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS Cultural BOSTON NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY NEW (NOLAND CONSEAYATOAT of MUSIC DORMITORIES oi a» VHivt ' THROUGH THESE PORTALS It is hard to believe that four years have passed since we made that solemn decision to dedicate our lives to music. We were then full of the enthusiastic dreams of youth with but little comprehension of the arduous training of mind and emotion that is requisite to a mastery of our chosen art. It is precisely this mental and emotional discipline that we have gained from our work at the Conservatory. Our teachers have taught us that the key to success in music lies in labor, diligence and integrity as well as in native ability, love of beauty and enthusiasm. Education does not discard the undisciplined, excited apprehension that is the property of youth; it channelizes it so that it can function effectively in the adult world that demands concrete achievements. And so we enter our chosen field with our youthful dreams clarified and strengthened by knowledge. There are those who bid farewell to the Conservatory fearful that each of us must now face the world alone. But this fear has no basis in reality, for, actually, we can no longer stand alone. Although our class will be widely dispersed, each graduate will take with him a portion of the force of knowledge that was created at the Conserva- tory. This shall be our bond. And this power that enabled us to realize our first romantic dreams will also direct us in our conquest of the more expansive dreams that come with maturity. Let us hope that this force will continue to guide us when it becomes our task to pass on what we have learned to those who follow us. — 5 — 2U it at ion Because: She taught us that life was the substance out of which man created the diverse forms he calls art She provided us with the techniques for aesthetic appreciation . . . She helped us solve our problems with a never-failing sympathy and wisdom She is a person and teacher who won our admiration and affection we proudly dedicate the Neume 1952 to Jean M. Demos. — 6 — Top Row: FREDERICK W. C. LEHMANN HARRISON KELLER Assistant Treasurer Director Center Row: ELWOOD E. GASKILL WILLIAM T. ALDRICH Registrar President of the Board of Trustee Bottom Row: CAROL WALDEN CLARENCE H. CORNING Librarian Financial Secretary MALCOLM H. HOLMES Dean WALLACE GOODRICH Director Emeritus MARIAN O. WARNER Office Manager — 7 — 1 Jhe acuftij and rtmenl Sa ipem iorS The Director The Dean Piano Voice Theory Music Education Academic Organ HARRISON KELLER MALCOLM H. HOLMES . HOWARD GODING FREDERICK JAGEL carl McKinley LETA F. WHITNEY JEAN M. DEMOS GEORGE FAXON dt eparfment upen.’iiori Stringed Instruments Popular Music Opera RICHARD BURGIN G. WRIGHT BRIGGS BORIS GOLDOVSKY — 8 — HARRISON KELLER, Director MALCOLM H. HOLMES, Dean Raymond T. Allard Maria Hoover Elsberg Lottie H. Lenn Elisabeth J. Schulz Mrs. Johanna Aldenburg George Faxon Anna Stovall Lothian Miklos Schwalb Virginia P. Bacon Willis W. Fay Frank L. MacDonald Joseph Shapiro Bernard Barbeau Paul Fedorovsky Margaret Mason Hannah Sherman David Barnett Georges Fourel Rosario Mazzeo Herbert H. Silverman Josephine Barnett Ralph Fuccillo Robert MacCay Theodore Simonelli G. Wright Briggs George A. Gibson Ruth C. McKay Charles J. Smith Loring T. Briggs Jeannette Giguere Carl McKinley Donald S. Smith Richard Burgin Fernand Gillet Dpwell P. McNeill Rhodora B. Smith Sarah Caldwell Marie Audet Gillet Gladys Childs Miller Warren Storey Smith J. Arthur Caless Alice Girouard Georges E. Moleux Carlo B. Soresina Pasquale A. Cardillo Howard Goding Lucille Monaghan Katherine Southworfh Norman Carrel Boris Goldovsky Jean Northrup Alice H. Stevens Salvy Cavicchio Henry M. Goodrich Alexandra Nurczynska Robert Stuart Gino B. Cioffi William Grass Ernst Panenka Marie Sundelius John W. Coffey Leo Grimes James Pappoutsakis H. Everett Titcomb Francis Judd Cooke Florence Wild Hartnett Louise Came Pappoutsakis Manuel C. Valerio Camille Copper Leo Hayek Charles Pearson Willem A. Valkenier Malcolm Creighton David C. Hicks Edward F. Perry Roger Voisin A. Louise Crockett Betty Hilker Carol Pittman Ivan Waldbauer Eleanor M. Davis Homer Humphrey Fred Popper Homer Whitford Jean M. Demos Percy F. Hunt Rafael Porras Alice E. Whitehouse Joseph De Pasquale Frederick Jagel Marie Poutiatine Leta F. Whitney Lorna Cooke De Varon John W. Kiplinger Leland H. Procter Chester W. Williams Sally Dodge Virginia Klotzle (Leave of Absence) Susan Williams Ray Dorey Alfred Krips C. Roland Reasoner Felix Wolfes Gaston Dufresne Marcel LaFosse James H. Remley Alfred Zighera (Leave of absence) Frances Brockman Lanier Dorothy E. A. Richards Bernard Zighera Dorcas M. Edgell Georges Laurent Simone Riviere (left as of 1st semester) Lois W. Lautner Ann D. Salomon Raymond Ainsworth Everett Firth Richard Hagopian Charles Henderson Mary Kiplinger Jane Schleicher Suzanne Waldbauer Susan Wooton Edward Zambara Beri Zamkochian — 9 — Ibirector’i M eSdacje To the Class of 1952 go my very best wishes for success and useful service to the cause of fine music. It is my hope that each of you in your chosen community will assume the responsibility of leadership in maintaining and ever advancing the understanding and appreciation of good music. Your contribution to the training of a coming generation can be a powerful stimulus to the progress of a great art in America as well as a justification for, and pride in your Alma Mater. HARRISON KELLER — 10 — 1L Sc enior a Cl33 (Candida te3 for 2)c cjreeS or jbifJc omad BACHELOR OF MUSIC DIPLOMA POPULAR MUSIC DIPLOMA MASTER OF MUSIC ARTIST DIPLOMA — 11 - (Candidates jor the C£)c(j ree, (Ida die (or 11] i llSlC BARBARA ELIZABETH ALHEMOVICH 57 Marjorie Street, Worcester, Mass. Voice with Mr. Frederick Jagel Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948-49; Carr 1949-50; Fanny Elizabeth French and Oliver Ditson 1950-51. JOHN BAVICCHI Theory JEANNE C BOISSONEAU 57 Bark Street, Fall River, Mass. Piano with Mr. David Barnett Jun. Recording Sec. 1950-51; Sen. Corres- ponding Sec. 1951-52; Alpha Chi Omega 1950; Mu Phi Epsilon 1951-52; Social Chairman 1951-52; Melodic Line 1950-51 Literary Editor; Neume Staff; Strauss Ball and Dorm Formal Committee 1950. SCHOLARSHIPS: Oliver Ditson 1950-52; Dean ' s List 1950. JAYNE BRADSHAW 47 Elm Street, Westerly, Rhode Island Voice with Mme. Marie Hoover Elsberg Conservatory Club, Mu Phi Epsilon; Com- posers Guild, Vice President; Newman Club; Neume Staff; Melodic Line; Con- servatory Chorus; Big Four Dance and Dorm Dance Committee; Corresponding Class Sec. in Junior year. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School; Oliver Dit- son 1951; Rogers 1950. RAYMOND WILLIAM AINSWORTH, JR. 166 Wilson Road, Fall River, Mass. Trombone with Mr. John W. Coffey Kappa Gamma Psi 1949-52; First Vice President 1951-52; N. E. C. Orchestra; Student Teaching Fellowship 1951-52. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948-49; Carr 1951-52. Dean ' s List 1950-51. DOLORES CORINNE BEGIN Derby Line, Vermont Piano with Miss Lucille Monaghan Representative to House Council; Newman Club Rep. to Student Council;Neume Staff; Senior Recital. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School; Carr 1949; Carr and Ditson 1950; Converse 1951-52. CONSTANCE CLEVELAND 1663 Commonwealth Avenue, West Newton, Mass. Voice with Gladys Childs Miller Conservatory Club; Mu Phi Epsilon; Neume Staff. Dean ' s List 1950-51. BERNICE LOUISE BLANCHETTE Lee Street, Tewksbury, Mass. Voice with Gladys Childs Miller Mu Phi Epsilon; Conservatory Chorus 1949-50, 1950-51. SHOLARSHIPS: Larabee 1948; High School 1948-49; Carr 1949-50; Carr and Oliver Ditson 1950-51; Ditson 1951-52. Dean ' s List 1948-49-50. — 12 — (Candidate J j or the dX) agree, EacleL of m llSlC ANNE PATRICIA ENGLISH 60 Little Nahant Road, Nahant, Mass. Voice with Mme. Marie Hoover Elsberg SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1947; Henry T. and Mary Dunham 1947-48-49-50-51. ROBERT EARLE ESTES 71 Gainsborough Street, Boston, Mass. Piano with Mr. Donald S. Smith Phi Mu Alpha; President Senior Class. Dean ' s List 1947-52. EDWARD SANTO DE IULIO 10 Fayette Street, Watertown, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Trumpet with Mr. Marcell La Fosse Sinfonia Fraternity 1950-52, President of M.E.N.C. Chapter Conservatory 1951-52; Vice President Senior Class 1951-52; Presi- dent Junior Class 1950-51; Neume Com- mittee 1951-52; Vice President-Treasurer Student Council 1950-51; Melodic Line Co- Circulation Manager 1950-51 Junior Dance Committee 1950-51. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1947-48; Es- tabrook 1948-49, Ditson 1950-52. Dean ' s List 1950-51. MARY LOUISE FALCONER 1905 Beacon Street, Waban, Mass. Voice with Gladys Childs Miller Mu Phi Epsilon; Recording Sec., Sopho- more class; Neume Staff; Chorus of NEOT; Chorus representative 1951. SCHOLARSHIPS: Langshaw and Ditson; Dean ' s List 1951. JOANNE DEMPSEY Violin EILEEN J. DUSIO 465 Dalton Avenue, Pittsfield, Mass. Music Education-Piano with Mr. Gibson Alpha Chi Omega; Deha Omicron, Presi- dent 1950, House Council, Treasurer 1949, President 1951; Pan Hellenic Council 1950, Treasurer, 1951; Student Council 1949-50- 51; Soprano Rep. in Chorus 1950-51; Conservatory and Newman Clubs; Melodic Line Typing Editor 1949; Neume Staff; Big Four Dance Committee 1950. SCHOLARSHIP: High School. Dean ' s List 1952. LESTER STANDISH DARCHE 470 North Central Street, East Bridgewater, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Dean ' s List 1950-51. ALEXANDER T. ECONOMOS 20 Locke Street, Saco, Maine Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Clarinet with Mr. N. Carrel — 13 — (Candidates joe the C t)ecjree, ddachefc or c EVERETT JOSEPH FIRTH 175 Main Street, Sanford, Maine Typani-Percussion with Mr. Roman Szulc and Mr. Charles Smith Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Symposium. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School; Tangle- wood summer of 1950-51; Louise Baker. CONRAD P. FLAKE 502 College Avenue, Tempe, Arizona Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Piano with Mr. Donald S. Smith FAYE A. FRIEDMAN 214 Rutgers St., New Brunswick, N. J. Violin with Mr. Alfred Krips Chairman Big Four Dance 1949-50-51; Delta Omicron 2nd Vice President; Sym- posium Committee 1948-49, 51-52; News Editor Melodic Line 1949-50; Dorm and Senior Dance Committees; Neume Board. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948-49; Tanglewood 1950; George Saunders 1951- 52. ELIZABETH PERRY GILL 2804 West Grace St., Richmond, Va. Piano with Miss Lucille Monaghan Mu Phi Epsilon 1950-52, Historian 1951-52; Melodic Line Ast. • Editor 1950, bditor 1951-52 (Student Council Rep.); House Council Secretary 1950-51; Pan Hellenic Council Treasurer 1950-51; Conservatory Club 1950-51. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1949-50; Oliver Ditson 1950-51; Samuel Carr 1951- 52; Hope Chatterton Prize in Pianoforte 1951-52; Mu Phi Epsilon 1951. ELIZABETH BURBANK HANCOCK 35 Queensbury Street, -Boston, Mass. Voice with Gladys Childs Miller Corresponding Sec. Mu Phi Epsilon 1951- 52; Junior and Senior Dance Committee. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948-1949; Harriet T. Brown 1949-50; Oliver Ditson 1950-52. nUc D. ANTOINETTE HANDY 2021 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, La. Flute with Mr. Laurent and Lois Schaefer Member Conservatory Chorus 1949-50; Member Conservatory Orchestra 1951-52. SCHOLARSHIP: Carr 1950-51. Dean ' s List 1949-50-51-52. RICHARD HALSEY Composition MIRIAM LOUISE HINES Canaan, Vermont Piano with Mr. George A. Gibson Literary Editor Melodic Line 1948-49; Co- Editor-in-Chief Melodic Line 1949-50; Neume Staff. SCHOLARSHIP: High School. — 14 — C ancliclatei jor the Ohecjree, EacLL of m ItAlC MARGARET DARLING LALLY 720 Washington St., Brighton, Mass. Voice with Mme. Marie Sundelius Sigma Alpha lota. Recording Sec. 1951-52. Dean ' s List. ATHENA KOULOURIS 664 Main Street, Malden, Mass. Piano with Miss Lucille Monaghan Neume Staff. MARY J. KILADIS 20 Highland Avenue, Somerville, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Piano with Mr. Donald S. Smith Conservatory Club President 1950-51; Stu- dent Council 1950-51; Delta Omicron PreS- dent 1951-52, Chorister 1950-51; Record- ing Sec. Senior Class 1951-52; Sec. Music Educators Ass. 1951-52; Melodic Line Cir- culating Editor. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948; Dit- son 1950-51. Dean ' s List. ELIZABETH C. KLIER 132 Newbury Street, Lawrence, Mass. Church Music with Mr. Titcomb Minor in Voice with Miss Gladys C. Miller Newman Club, President 1951-52; Carr Organ Society, Secretary 1951-5 2. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1946-47; W. H. Langshaw 1947-49; Jackson and Langshaw 1951-52. LUCILLE L. HUGHES 37 Wellington Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. Music Education with Mr. Donald S. Smith Delta Omicron Chaplain 1950-51, Treas- urer 1951-52; Newman Club Correspond- ing Sec. 1950-52; Student Council Rep. 1951-52; Conservatory Club 1949-52; Mel- odic Line Staff 1949-51; Neume Staff. PAULINE M. LAMBERT 328 Chandler Street, Worcester, Mass. Piano with Miss Jeanette Giguere Newman Club. SCHOLARSHIP: Blanchard 1950-51; Get- man 1951-52. Dean ' s List. LILLIAN BUOY-JIN LEE 100 Hudson Street, Boston, Mass. Voice with Mme. Marie Sundelius Sigma Alpha lota. ALFRED ENG-NGEO LEE 100 Hudson Street, Boston, Mass. Piano with Miss Lucille Monaghan Kappa Gamma Psi 1949-52, Treasurer 1950 -51, Corresponding Sec. 1951-52; Junior Class Treasurer 1950-51. SCHOLARSHIP: Baker 1948-49. — 15 — (Candidates j or the Cd)e(jree, (Ida die It or o LORRAINE MARIE MATELICK 601 East Central Ave., Missoula, Mont. Voice with Mrs. Alice H. Stevens Newman Club; Conservatory Club. JOAN ELLEN McCONNELL 8 Gavin Avenue, Adams, Mass. Music Education-Piano with Mr. Smith House Council 1949; Student Council 1950; Carr Organ Society; Mu Phi Epsilon Vice- President 1951, Corr. Sec. 1950; Conserv- atory Club; Melodic Line; Newman Club Treasure 1949; Pan Hellenic Council 1951; Neume Staff. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948; Oliver Ditson 1951. Dean ' s List. WARREN E. LEGSDIN 294 Poplar Street, Roslindale, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney ALICE MARIE LILLEGARD 233 Bellevue Street, Newton, Mass. Piano with Mr. Howard Goding Literary Committee, Neume Staff. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School, Clara E. Getman. JOHN MORIARTY 385 Bedford Street, Fall River, Mass. Piano with Mssrs. Schwalb and Smith Kappa Gamma Psi 1948, President 1951- 52; Symposium Delegate 1950-51; Vice- President Sophomore Class. SCHOLARSHIPS: Hallgarten 1951-52; Get- man 1951-52; Ditson 1950-51; Special High School 1949-50. Dean ' s List. WUc NEDO R. PANDOLFI 129 Church Street, Manville, R. I. Trumpet with Mr. Marcel La Fosse Phi Mu Alpha. SCHOLARSHIP: Ditson. STANLEY PIETKIEWICZ Piano HOWARD A. MEYER 130 Clymer Street, Reading, Pa. Violin with Mr. Frank L. MacDonald Student Council Representative, Sopho- more year. SCHOLARSHIPS: George Saunders; Con- verse. Dean ' s List 1947-52. — 16 — (Candidates j or the Cd)c(jree, EacLL of W. llSlC ANTHEA PRETYMAN Piano RICHARD J. REYNOLDS 138 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. Organ with Mr. George Faxon J. RICHARD RONSHEIM 408 Oakwood Drive, Cadiz, Ohio Composition with Mr. Francis Judd Cooke and Mr. Leland H. Procter Composers Guild. ELAINE I. PINKERTON 295 Salem Street, Malden, Mass. Violin with Mr. Richard Burgin Concert Mistress of Conservatory Orches- tra during Junior and Senior years. SCHOLARSHIPS: Evans; High School; Or- Orchestral; Dean ' s List 1948-52; Florence E. Brown 1949-52; Ditson; Edmund Sears; Soloist with N.E.C. Orchestra. MARY EILEEN RYAN 572 Gaskill Street, Woonsocket, R. I. Music Education-Piano with Mr. Smith Newman and Conservatory Clubs; Melodic Line; Neume Staff; Carr Organ Society Sec. 1950-51; Mu Phi Epsilon Chaplain 1949-50-51, President 1951-52; House Council 1950-51; Student Council 1951-52; Chorus Representatives Sec. 1951-52. SCHOLARSHIPS: High School 1948-49; Carr 1949-50; Ditson 1950-51; Southwick 1951-52. Dean ' s List 1950. ATHENA SAPKAS 156 Mayfield Street, Worcester, Mass. Voice with Mrs. Alice H. Stevens IRVING S. SCHEIN 63 Washington Street, Taunton, Mass. Mu sic Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Tuba with Mr. John W. Coffey Band, Brass Recital June 1951. RAYMOND W. SMITH 141 Pine Street, Fall River, Mass. Voice with Mr. Frederick Jagel Newman Club; Kappa Gamma Psi Treas- urer 1951. SCHOLARSHIP: Cox 1951-52. — 17 — C cin cl ' cl a teA jar the c- £)e(jree, d cicheic or ( LEO SNYDER 47 Wyoming Street, Boston, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Piano with Mr. Miklos Schwalb Editor Yearbook; Chorus Representative. Dean ' s List 1947-52. RICHARD L. TAYLOR 5 Regent Circle, Brookline, Mass. Piano with Mr. Miklos Schwalb SCHOLARSHIPS: Ditson 1950-51; Amasa J. Whiting 1951-52. FRED SPAULDING THORPE 13 Abbott Street, Nashua, N. H. Church Music with Mr. George Faxon Carr Organ Society 1947-52, Vice Presi- dent 1950-51; Secretary 1947-48; Treasurer 1949-50; Social Chairman 1951-52; Chair- man Photographic Committee. SCHOLARSHIPS: Ditson 1950-51; Carr 1951-52. SALVATORE ANTHONY VIGGIANO, JR 46 Spruce Street, Fitchburg, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Member of Music Educators National Conference 1948 -52. Dean ' s List. BARBARA WALLACE Voire Wutic ELINOR L. WARNER Organ GEORGE R. WHITE 224 High Street, Reading, Mass. Music Education with Mrs. Leta Whitney ROBERT WRIGHT 330 North San Rafael Avenue, Pasadena, Calif. Piano with Mr. Howard Goding — 18 — (Candidates joe the (CL degree, BaclJor of m liSlC DENISE BACON Piano ALBERT BUSH Percussion EILEEN SHANIN BUSH Kansas City, Missouri Voice with Mrs. Alice H. Stevens Melodic Line Staff. Dean ' s List 1949-50-51. PAUL GILES Voic EDWARD J. HUBBARD 1491 Central Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Piano Pedagogy with Mr. Fred Popper SCHOLARSHIPS: Dunham 1949; Beaker 1950; Converse 1951. EILEEN McGUIRE Voice JUDITH MITCHELL Music Education-Special Instruction ROLAND LIONEL NADEAU, JR. Snug Harbor Camps, N. Belgrade, Me. Piano with Mr. Howard Goding SCHOLARSHIP: Oliver Ditson. JOSEPH RANDALL Music Education ANN RYDER Music Education DAVID SHAW Composition RICHARD SUMMERS Oboe MARY TRAYLOR Voice JOHN MacKENZIE Composition KIKI ZAH AROOLIS 378 Islington St., Portsmouth, N. H. Piano with Mr. Fred Popper Melodic Line 1948-52; Dorm Dance Com- mittee 1951; Senior Class Treasurer; Con- servatory Club 1951-52; Student Recitals. for tL 2);,Jc onici ANN AYANOGLOU Piano PATRICIA M. BELL 78 Monument St. W. Medford, Mass. Piano with Miss Jeanette Giguere SCHOLARSHIPS: High School; Zeta Phi Beta. YOLANDA MARIA DAVILA Box 174, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Piano with Miss Lucille Monaghan MARIE HAGMAN Piano ELEANOR J. HARTNETT 37 Oakland Street, Salem, Mass. Voice with Mrs. Alice H. Stevens MAURINE HAWKINS Piano (Candidates por tin Cd ipfoma SUZETTE ANITA BALL 149 Charles Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Piano with Mr. Donald S. Smith Secretary Elson Club 1950-51. TINA GUGUETTA 222 Somerville Ave., Somerville, Mass. Piano with Miss Jeanette Giguere SCHOLARSHIPS: High School; Carr 1949- 50; Converse. ROY FRAZEE 29 Summer Street, Mechanic Falls, Me. Piano with Mr. Willis W. Fay ANN E. KAMPER 166 Ridge Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Violin with Mr. Richard Burgin DONELLA W. LOGAN 25 Morel Circle, Greenwood, Mass. Voice with Mr. Frederick Jagel MILDRED ANITA ROMBOUTS Oranjestad, Aruba, Netherlands W. I. Pianoforta with Mme. Marie Audet Gillet Newman Club 1949-52; Neume Staff; Mel- odic Line 1949-1951. NANCY RUTH SULLIVAN 3100 Ellicott Street, Washington, D. C. Piano with Miss Jeanette Giguere Dean ' s List. JANICE LINDLEY WIESING 212 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Sayre, Pa. Piano wtih Mr. George A. Gibson Alpha Chi Omega 1949. — 20 — JANICE S. FOYE 79 Summer Street, Middleboro, Mass. Piano with D. Hicks Conservatory Club 1951-52. SCHOLARSHIP: High School. JOHN RHEA Trumpet CdandidateA jor the drtists o m a SARAH LOMBARDI Piano ALLEN BARKER Piano ALBERT WILLIAM HENRY HIRSCH, JR. MA SI HON Tampa, Florida Violin Voice with Mr. Frederick Jagel SCHOLARSHIP: Ditson. — 21 — C cincliclateS jor the 2X egree. Waster CATHERINE AMEER Music Education IRENE ALIDA DUBOIS 6 Pearl Street, Biddeford, Maine Piano with Mr. Miklos Schwalb Cooperation Committee Alumni Associa- tion, Pi Kappa Lambda. SCHOLARSHIPS: Permanent Charity Fund, George R. Brown; Special. ALFRED J. HOOSE 136 South Park St., Wheeling, W. Va. Pedagogy of Theory with Dr. McKinley Executive Member Student Council; Pader- ewski Scholarship Fund Trustee, Kappa Gamma, Composers Guild Treasurer; Carr Organ Society Vice-President. SCHOLARSHIPS: Oliver D.tson 1950-51 ; Fannie French 1951-52. WILLIAM L. PICKETT Scituate, Rhode Island Church Music with Mssrs. Titcomb and Faxon OSAMU HAGINOYA No. 45, 1-chome, Chihaya-cho, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan Voice with Mme. Elsberg and Mr. Whitney Kappa Gamma Psi; Church work. SCHOLARSHIPS: Ditson; Paderewski. mule MARGARET ROY Voice WILLIAM SHISLER 320 East 13th Street, Eugene, Oregon Viola with Mr. Joseph DePasquale Student Council 1950-51. SCHOLARSHIPS: Ditson 1950-51; Saunders 1951-52. JOYCE YOUNG Voice — 22 — C andidateS j or the C£)ecjrcc, ' Yliadtcr of? Yliusic ROBERT BARNES Voice PAUL BAUGUSS Violin JOHN CLEGG Voice LYNDA P ELTZ COPELAND 805 Oakdale, Ann Harbor, Michigan Organ with Mr. George Faxon ROGER DIETZ Music Education MARY SEAVER KIPLINGER 52 Gainsboro Street, Boston, Mass. Voice with Mrs. Alice H. Stevens Student Council 1943-44; Sigma Alpha lota Corresponding Sec. 1944-45; President 1945-46, Program Chairman 1946-47; Or- ganization of Clubs Fraternities Record- ing Sec. 1945-46. SCHOLARSHIPS: Converse; Ditson; Fanny French; Fellowship (voice) 1950-52. Dean ' s List 1943-49. RALPH POTTLE Horn JANE E. SCHLEICHER Shawmut Avenue, Cochituate, Mass. Historical Research with Dr. McKinley Teaching Fellow (voice). SCHOLARSHIPS: Ditson Rogers 1950-51; Permanent Charity Fund 1951-1952. ROBERT POTTER GIDDINGS 29 Berwick Rd., Newton Centre, Mass. CHESTER SMITH Piano with Mr. Howard Goding Piano CHARLES HENDERSON 18 Wibird Street, Quincy, Mass. Voice-Pedagogy with Mrs. Stevens “ SCHOLARSHIP: 1946-50. RUTH A. KIENHOLZ 1027 S. 17th Street, La Crosse, Wise. Voice with Mme. Marie Sundelius SAI 1950-51. SCHOLARSHIPS: La Crosse Music Award 1950-51. JOHN WESLEY KIPLINGER, JR. Columbus, Ohio Opera Direction with Mr. Boris Goldovsky Teaching Fellowship piano, theory 1947- 50; Symposium composer 1948-50. SCHOLARSHIPS: Walter Piston 1948; Dit- son 1949; Mason 1951. RUSSELL STANGER Theory EDWIN STUBE Theory SUSAN WALDBAUER Piano SUE WOOTON Seattle, Wash, and Arlington, Va. Piano with Mr. Howard Goding Chorister Mu Phi Epsilon; Fellowship teacher. SCHOLARSHIP: Fanny French. EDWARD ZAMBARA Raymond, Washington Voice with Mr. Frederick Jagel SCHOLARSHIPS: Fellowship Ditson 1950- 51; Langshaw 1951-52. — 23 — Strauss Ball, 1951 Big Four Dance, 1950 Orchestra Class Chorus Facade Concert Facade Concert add rid n red . JUNIOR CLASS . SOPHOMORE CLASS . FRESHMAN CLASS . ORCHESTRA . CHORUS . OPERA . POP BAND — 25 — junior dfate President Vice-President Secretary Student Representative Treasurer WILLIAM PIERCE KENNETH DUNBAR DORIS LE BLANC JOE THEODORE RONALD BROWN —26 Soph omore CL a as President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Student Council REGINALD HACHEY PHYLLIS JUSTER ANGELA CENTOLA EFFIE EARLEY JOAN BONGIORNO — 27 — . 5 redlman C h cite President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Student Council Representative RAYMOND JACKSON SANDRA VAN DUSEN MARTHA GOGGANS ANNE COX PATRICIA EDMONDS — 28 — Tjeu ddnqdancl (doniervatorq Orclieitra n «, £nq(an J Cc onserva t° r q a orui — 29 Opera CL an — 30 — o, raanizationd ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MU PHI EPSILON CARK ORGAN SOCIETY NEUME STAFF COMPOSERS GUILD NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CLUB DELTA OMICRON NEWMAN CLUB FRESHMAN CLASS PHI MU ALPHA SINEONIA HOUSE COMMITTEE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL JUNIOR CLASS SIGMA ALPHA IOTA KAPPA GAMMA PSI SOPHOMORE CLASS MELODIC LINE STAFF STUDENT COUNCIL SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE — 31 - CHESTER W. WILLIAMS Faculty Advisor to Senior Class Thanhs for your tactful guidance and understanding Yleume Staff Photography Biographies Advertising Typing Staff Distribution EDITOR - LEO SNYDER ROBERT E. ESTES, FRED S. THORPE FAYE FRIEDMAN JANE BRADSHAW, ATHENA KOULOURIS, DOLORES BEGIN CONSTANCE CLEVELAND, EILEEN DUSIO EDWARD DE IULIO, JOAN McCONNELL, MIRIAM HINES, MARY RYAN, ELIZABETH GILL LESTER DARCHL - 32 - ddtudent (Council President Vice-President and Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Executive Member RALPH SALAMONE ROBERT ESTES LEE DALTON DOROTHEA LOVEN ALFRED HOOSE _ Jdouie (Committee MRS. MOSHER EILEEN DUSIO MARY ANGELINI LEE DALTON 33 - -J4JL emc C, ounci Wu Pm President Vice-President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Warden Chorister Historian MARY RYAN joan e. McConnell CAROL WALKER BARBARA WATERMAN ELIZABETH BURBANK OLGA ANTONUK SUSAN WOOTON ELIZABETH GILL — 34 — 3 .6a o, micron President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MARY J. 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