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Page 15 text:
The 0rche tra
The students and faculty of Weste1'n are
fortunate in having one of the finest school
orchestras in the city. Mr. Maier Levin, its
distinguished director, plans programs which
appeal to every taste. The orchestra's reper-
toire ranges from symphonies to show tunes.
This term, under the leadership of its
oihcersz Robert Joell, president, Richard
Sullivan, vice-presidentg Phyllis Cohen, sec-
retary, David Prager, treasurerg and Marsha
Kosoffski and Adrian Ledger, librarians, the
orchestra has presented splendid assembly
programs. Among pieces performed by the
group this term were: Mozart's Symphony
in G Minor, A Tribute to Romberg, and
Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor, with
Edward Savitz as soloist.
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Page 14 text:
The Cll0il' Msxifliif'
The A Cappella Choir, under the skillful
direction of Mr. Wfilliam Felton, spends
many long and tedious hours perfecting the
choral interpretation of various works.
As a result, a good musical understand-
ing is developed between the members of
the choir and the audience which enjoys their
The choir accomplished I1 great deal this
term, as well as the preceding terms. Their
inspiring renditions are heard in the Laureati
Assemblies, school shows and at the com-
The highlights of the term were their
Christmas concert at Rayburn Plaza and
Lankenau Hospital. This concert was also
performed for the entire school.
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Page 16 text:
The French Club
The Latin Club
The Spanish Club
The French Club, sponsored by Miss
Janet Swerlick, published :t French
newspaper. Its name was "Le Blagueurf'
which means l'The Joker." French
songs, jokes, crossword puzzles and
articles about the foods and customs of
the people of France were a few of the
enjoyable features. One of the members
of the club related to the club his ex-
periences in Europe the summer before.
The president was Joan Hairston.
Under the guidance of its sponsor,
Mrs. Nettie Groll, the Latin Club con-
centrates much attention on preparing
the "Gubernator," its termly publica-
tion. To encourage interest in the
classics, members spend a good deal of
time tape-recording various plays con-
nected with ancient Greek themes.
This term's oilicers are Elaine Krisch,
presidentg Eleanor Parris, vice-presi-
dent, Burton Schwartz, recording sec-
retary, Adelenc Curry, treasurer: Zebu-
lin Bnddicli, sergeant-at-arms, Harvey
Hirsch, editor of the "Gubernator."
f,Hahlas espanol? Do you speak Span-
ish? The place for those who do is
XY'estcrn's Spanish Club. Here, under
the supervision of Mrs. hlarie Pagan
and Mrs. Helen Brown, interested stu-
dents are improving their knowledge of
the language, and of the Spanish people.
This term, the president, Julie Blat-
man, and the members saw a demonstra-
tion of Spanish coolting, and had at
Christmas party with a pinata. They
also sold calendars with original Spanish
greetings and paintings.
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