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CONCERT SERIES 4 OUTSTANDING NUMBERS of this con- cert were " St. James Infirmary Blues, " " St. Louis Blues, " and " Old Black Joe. " The com- mittee in charge was headed by Jane Leuen- berger, assisted by Dorothy Kelsey, Janet Olson, Ruth Stenstrup, Vivian Kappner, Jo Harvey, Louise Treen, Virginia Landram, Jane Colkett, Claire Kelley, Elizabeth Tay- lor, Marian Chapman, Borgild Bulow, Car- oline Coffman, Eleanor Bushnell, Virginia Cole, Bea Ashe, Jo Duryee, Helen Grigwore. A long, noticeable wait for music lovers of almost three months was more than re- paid by the midwinter Invasion of the Don Cossack Russian male chorus on February 2 I . It was the third visit of this organization, justified by an entirely new and captivating pei ' formance. Little Serge Jaroff, the leader of the chorus, was a peak of interest, with his perky and very competent direction. Songs from Siberia, the haunting strains of " Ale Eukhnem, " the song of the Volga boatmen, and the impressive songs for the ritual of the Russian Imperial Church were high spots of the evening. Jane Hinckley was chairman for this concert, being assisted by Jeanette Barbara Dole Klemptner Arllene Cheadle, Mollie Sussman, Jo Duryee and Pauline Wettrick. The series closed with a concert by the amazing child violinist, Yehudi Menuhin, on April 10, undoubtedly the largest crowd of the year being present to watch the youth- ful fingers of this genius bring forth olmost perfect strains from his violin. This concert was token charge of by Grace Ann Higmon and hei " committee. Ably managed, the series was directed by Barbara Dole, general concert chairman, with the advice of Helen Gorham, assistant graduate manager of the A. S. U. Vv ' . In charge of A. W. S. The Don Cossack Chorus t y-Lyl ' U-.y- -ni55]-
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ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Yehudi Menuhin By Jim Long 4 THE ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS always try to outdo themselves in their many activities. This is partic- ularly true of the concert series v hich they sponsor each year. Always they succeed more than ordinarily well; this year fias been outstanding in this respect. Opening the year with a recital by Kothryn Meisle, famed contralto, at Meony hall on November 10, the series was kept at a high peak of quality throughout the year. Barbara Dole was season concert chairman, and personally took charge of the first concert, assisted by Mildred Stew- art, Aimee Lou Eyroud, Jane Hinckley, Barbara Jocobson, Ruth Burkheimer, Beth Conlon, Millicent Johnson, Mary Reitze, and Jeonette Klemptner. h Closely following the Meisle concert and probably sur- passing her In popular appeal was that famous musical organization, the Hall Johnson Negro Choir, which was presented on December I. The choir, under the magical direction of Hall Johnson, renowned music leader and well- known exponent of the down-South negro and his songs, reached new musical heights for the Seattle and University audience which packed Meony hall for the concert. Hall Johnson and Choii Kothryn Meisle -ni54
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John Stroessler 4 A 1932 FOOTBALL GAME wouldn ' t have been a football gome if Johnny Stroes- sler, band director, hadn ' t paraded his 72- piece bond with pomposity before the VARSITY BAND crowding fans, or if Robert Fuller, the im- portant drum-major, hadn ' t been there in his toll hat and baton. This year ' s favorite band selections, as usual, were " Bow Down to Washington, " and " There ' ll be a hHot Time, " as well as the famous " Golden Bear Is Nothing But o Cow. " Credit is due particularly to the stamina of the bandsmen, for besides playing, marching and stunting at all of the home games, the band journeyed south to the Oregon game where crowded conditions on the trains forced the men to spend the night before the game sleeping on the floor in their uniforms. Basketball games for this year also found the bond present. The entire band roll is as follows: Director --- Student Director Clarinets William Wright Wllliom Longmore William Hawkins John Fiscus Ellsworth VonZonte Max Pillar Richard Frederick Robert Moody Gerald Dunford Lyie Markhart Charles Rossio Bob Banks Harold Cartmell George Jarvis Ralphe Towne Leo Hirschorn Neol Clark University Bond Walter John Charles Hopkins Duane Robinson (Eb) Flute ond Piccolo Russell Wayland Paul Brownell Edword O ' Conner Robert Rucker Phillip Kendrick Saxophones Robert Fuller (Sop) Anthony Mottlelli (Alto) Froncis Raphael |Ten| Cecil Govolir (Ten) J. Edwin Hunt (Bar) C. Weike Drum-Major Stroessler Librarian . French Horns Robert Hunsley George Greenwood Robert Wilcox Easton Patterson William Secrest George Woods Oboe Redmond Stout Trumpets and Cornets Korl Ernst John Stroessler Henry Uhland Chorles Rickerd Charles Conner James Hall Archie Polmer Robert Fuller - Forrest Miles Kenneth Howklns Arthur Elliott Russell Scott John Gauntlett Melvin Ellis R. E. Daley Elbert Reld Jack Hardy David Moody Baritones Myron Ernst Robert Shumon Charles French John Davis Trombones Forrest Miles Wayne Nusboum Walter Ingalls Mourlce Rutledge Basses Richard Corrington Wallace Phelps A. C. Melting George Hogon Ronald Flechtnor Percussion Leslie Weedin George Miller RIchord Llppman Bill Marsh Cecil Johnson Freeman Clark -i:i56
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