University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1938

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84 Fi amen? Wee 62:46 en's ljlee CM A pretty young woman who looks like a coed . . . Miss Miriam Terry, directs forty-nine of the liveliest and best singers in school. Over in the beautiful white Colonial building that was once a Governor's mansion, the girls meet often, practice with the petite Miss Terry and during the year give concerts which have won them praise throughout the Northwest. Gathered on the steps before the music building are: M. Anderson, Arnold, Benson, Broadbooks, Butterworth, D. Cadzow, Carter, Easton, Eggert, Elm, J. Evans, Forsell, Goss, Hicks, Holland, Hwang, jackson, Johnson, King, LaMontagne, McCurdy, Meredith, More, Murray, Muzzy, O'Leary, Pearce, Peterson, Phoutrides, Polwarth, Prentice, Ralls, Ramsey, Randish, Roberts, Robinson, Rogers, Saunders, Shurnan, Solomon, B. Stewart, Stoddard, Strom, Takakoshi, Wheeler, White, Whithall, Whiting, Wieland. IXX . .',' M When they practice their songs,-all Meany rings with melody. This year, under the direction of Charles Lawrence, the Men's Glee Club has given several concerts, adding to their string of achievements bright spots of success. Members are: FIRST TENOR: Banks, Boright, Bowen, Cota, Cutter, Granmo, Haggerty, Lamug, Lundberg, Moffitt, Petellin, Springer, Tubb, Weeks, West, Wood. S SECOND TENOR: E. Anderson, Dildine, Hallet, Harriman, Hatch, Heffner, Kelly, Lacy, Palmason, Rein, Sundvall, Thorsteinson, Uppinghouse, Wells. FIRST BASS: D. Anderson, Blaisdell, Broadbooks, Countryman, Courtwright, Denby, Dugan, Elliott, Erickson, Evans, Gittings, Grant, Hutchinson, Maloy, McGowan, Morris, Stewart, Stranahan. SECOND BASS: Burd, Clark, Clees, Helmer Kecxhley, Lucus, Lundquist, MacDonald, McPhaden, Palmer, Pearson, Ramstead, Ryan, B. Schmidt, T. Schmidt, Siegel, Wernecke.

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A new idea under the sun over the campus . . . For years Prof. Charles Lawrence dreamed of an all-University choir and this year the dream came true-with the selection of sixty trained voices for the first group. Already they have starred in "Atsumori," highly successful drama of the East. Members include: FIRST SOPRANO: Andrews, Blaisdell, Craig, Feroe, Crenella, Gray, Mitchel, Riesche, Roland, Walker, and Olsen. SECOND SOPRANO: Adair, Harris, Johnson, Lansberry, Trippet, Wendrovv, Sheckels, and Morris. ALTO: Berg, Broadbooks, Donogue, Fischer, Forsell, M. Forsell, Johnson, McCurdy, Murray, Phelps, Sinnes, and Doebbler. FIRST TENOR: Bowlen, Cutter, Boright, Haggerty, Harvey, Moflitt, Petellin, Tubb, West and Cota. SECOND TENOR: Kelly, Hatch, Heffner, Palmason, Sundvall, and Rein. BARITONE: Anderson, Asbury, Books, Elliott, Erickson, Maloy, Stewart, and McGowan. BASS: Benson, Burd, Clark, Clees, Ketchley, and Wernecke. . . . u .x M 's Only the best voices . . . that's a dogmatic rule laid down in the Music department as requirement for the Won-1en's ensemble. A buoyant troupe, the girls switch easily from classical harmonizing into the latest "swing" tune . . . Their inspiration and director is Miss Miriam Terry. Included in the group are: FIRST SOPRANO: Ila Mae Andrews, Clara Ann Craig, Jean Gray, Maxine Harrison, Charlotte Oliver, and Jeannette Walker. SECOND SOPRANO: Helen Griffin, Patience Harland, Mariko Mukai, Gertrude Peterson, Lillian Sheckels, Lucille Wenclrow. ALTO: Jeanne Adams, Virginia Berg, Jean Carter, Virginia Cotter, Patty Doebbler, Lorraine Donazhue, Peggy Forsell, Marie Hoeiiier, Dorothy Hutchinson. lr' en's Audiences applauded for them from Sitka, Alaska . . . to Seattle, Washington . . . On the Music Department's Alaskan tour this Spring the Men's quartet made special appearances at Ketchikan, Petersburg, Wrangell, Juneau, and Sitka . . . Besides their programs in the North, the four singers have harmonized lilting tunes at Seattle high schools, service group meetings, and numerous clubs. Grouped around Harvard Palmer at the keyboard are: John Lundberg, Ed Palmason, and Wallis Giddings.

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