THE COLLEGE BAND
PERSONNEL OF COLLEGE BAND
Cornets: Frederick Wolter, Neil Good, Le-Roy Redfern, Severn Handley, Goodreau Soper, Clara Yurka, Robert Weber.
Saxophones: Mildred Hubka, Maxine Weber.
Oboe: Roy Lively.
Bassoon: Marjorie Harris.
Flute-Piccolo: Nancy Jane Kehoe.
French Horns: John Heck, Roberta Klein, Leona Bertwell, Nancy Ellen Jones.
Baritone Horn: Dorothy Snider, Etta Neuna-ber.
Clarinets: Robert Blankenship, Frank Larson, Charles Gabus, Lucille Hazelton, Erma Meier, Alice DeVore, Lillian Mc-Ininch, James Lambert, Louise Matthews, Jean Wagner, Twila Mason.
Trombones: Richard Turner, Jack Hazelton, Fletcher Cline, Clairon Smith, Phyllis Benson, Florence Neve.
Basses: William Chapin, Wm. C. Smith,
Percussion: John Fisher, Charles Parnell,
Lillie Mae Collins.
PERSONNEL OF COLLEGE ORCHESTRA
1st Violin: Richard Turner, Mildred Knofli-cek, Lucille Renner, Mary Alyce Vander-ford, Marjorie Trenholm, Helen Margaret Larson, Etta Neunaber.
2nd Violin: Ed Nell Benson, Margaret An-derzohn, Mary Matthews, Elaine Schafer, Helen Wilberger, Lois Macomber.
Viola: Charles Parnell, Lucille Hazelton.
Cello: Dorothy Snider, Louise Matthews, Geraldine Eads.
Bass: Florence Neve, Lillian Mclninch, Isabel Tynon, Richard Slagle.
Flute: Nancy Jane Kehoe.
Oboe:, Roy Lively.
Clarinet: Robert Blankenship, Frank Larson.
Bassoon: Marjorie Harris.
Cornet: LeRoy Redfern, Neil Good, Severn Handley.
Homs in F: John Heck, Nancy Ellen Jones, Leona Bertwell.
Trombone: Fletcher Cline, Clarion Smith.
Drums—Tympani: Robert Weber. Lillie Mae Collins.
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