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Instrumental soloists with the club were James Pfiffner. cornet; Frederick Parfrey. flute and piccolo; William Fisher, euphonium: and Ralph Abrahamson. Joseph Pfiffner. Gerald Eyler. and John Steiner, who comprised a saxaphone quartette. Edward Plank, guest pianist, capably rendered piano numbers.
The invitation received this year to attend the Wisconsin Male Chorus Festival given in Packer's Stadium in Green Bay was a great honor, recognizing as it did, the talent and ability of the organization.
In addition to the musical side of their nature. Glee Club men displayed a social side when they held their smokers and picnics.
The itinerary of this year's tour included Wausau. Birnamwood. Oxford. Adams. Mauston. Westfield. Baraboo. Green Bay. Shawano. Manitowoc, and Iola.
Officers of the club for this year were:
Norman E. Knutzen. Director; Gilbert Faust. Accompanist: William Larson. President and Business Manager: Sherman Groves. Librarian: Joseph Pfiffner. Treasurer.
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The Men s Chorus, in this, the third year of its existence, has grown to be an integral and successful member of the musical organizations in the school. From an organization of scarcely thirty members it has grown to twice that size. From the taking of a one day tour, the club this year graduated to a class where it took a week s tour, all expenses being paid. This year's successful tour covered many hundred miles, extending as far south as Baraboo and as far east as Green Bay and Manitowoc.
Due to the large number of graduates and transfers, the glee club is made up of many first year men. This year only three men received the stiver key emblematic of three years faithful service. These three are Leonard Scheel. William Theisen. and Howard Pagenkoff.
To Mr. Knutzen. who worked ceaselessly throughout the year, and to President Hyer for his faithful backing of the club, must go the credit for the successful year experienced.
Vocal soloists with the club this year were Kirkwood Likes and Philip Dumbleton. tenors; Joseph Pfiffner. baritone: and William Theisen. bass A quartette composed of Kirkwood Likes. Gordon Cowles. William Clements, and Thoburn Peterson also furnished vocal entertainment
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