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The junior Orchestra, directed by Mr. Marin, welcomes all those students who are not able to play
very advanced music but who are ambitious to become better players.
Violins: June Campbell, Marili Baslce, Violet Yuhas, Augusta Tatci, Norbert Pungor, Fred Herr, Mitchel Polites,
George Salajan, Eugenia Pantoleon, Alice Gholcloian, Herbert Tischler.
Tromlwnex: Harvey Newton, George Steve. A
French Horns: Shirley Kelley, Siroon Hachigian.
Flutes: Vivian Gibbons, Marie Gentile.
Drums: Alex Allen, George Gonzales, Jerry Beach, Virginia Anderson.
Saxoplvonesz Marylyn Burton, Ruth Deitsch, John McNally, Peter Stanko, Stanley Polniclcy.
Clarigets: Ray Donn, Marion DiVeta, Joe Attard, Ernest Fraley, john Peterson, Richard Breil, Douglas Lutz, Rose
Trumpets: Hilliard Ferguson, John Radi, Alfred Juchattz, John Anderson, Jack Thibeau, Donald Dillard, Victor
Gillman, Robert Baker, James Coleman, Louise Kachigan.
Piano: Margaret Boulton, Errol Smith.
THE SENIOR ORCHESTRA
The Senior Orchestra is an organization which contributes largely to the success of the school.
Its members are very loyal to the practice periods which are scheduled for Monday and Thursday
mornings before school and Monday after school, besides two hours each week during the school day.
This semester this group was honored by being the first intermediate school orchestra asked to
play on a national radio hook-up for a school program from Detroit.
Mr. Mann directs the orchestra. The membership is composed of the following:
Violins-Shirley Kelley, Louise Kachigan, Karnig Karakashian, Herbert Fink, Violet Yuhas, Mable
Dawson, Albert Keteyian, George Steve, Albert G:orge, Jeanette Fisher, Buddy Gosline.
Clarinets-Marion DiVeta, Alfred Ross, joe Attard, William Levantrosser, Ray Balcom, Junior
Fraley, Douglas Lutz.
Horns-Dorothy Turner. Bass-Bob Marlow, June Campbell.
Corners -- Jack Mundell, Harvey Weisberg, Saxophones-John Peterson, Ruth Deitsch.
Jack Thibeau. Drums-Richie Irvine, George Gonzales.
Flutes-Virginia Anderson, Marie Gentile. Viola-Louis Talcas.
Trombones-Harry Shultz, Harvey Newton. Cello-John Rogers.
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W I L S O N Q U I LL
SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Seventy-eight members selected from grades SA, 9B and 9A comprise one of the largest Senior
Girls, Clubs that has been organized in the history of Wilson School.
Two or more hours of intensive training each week assure the members consistent vocal develop-
ment, intimate association with the choral productions of master musicians, and the incomparable pleas-
ure of artistic ensemble singing. Through the presentation of good music the glee club contributes to
the social cultural and financial activities of the school.
During the current school year the entire glee club will have contributed to two commencement pro-
rams, to the traditional Christmas musical and to the annual Ma Festival. A select rou from
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the organization gave choral accompaniment to the Wayne University Senior Dance Group in a
"Careers for Women" program in the auditorium of WWI, before the Rotary Club, and finally for
the entertainment of the student bod at Wa ne Universit . A sli htl au mented rou , to ether
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at Orchestra Hall, accom anied b the Detroit S m hon Orchestra in a resentation of Beno1t's cantata
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JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Junior Girls' Glze Club includes sixty-eight 7B, 7A and 8B girls in its membership. The worlc
of the junior club is designed to prepare its memb-ers for the more advanced demands of the senior or-
ganization. The juniors rehearse two or more hours each week.
This year the Junior Girls' Glee Club has entertained the Parent-Teacher Association and has com-
bined with the senior organization for the Christmas program and the annual May Festival.
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The following people have attained the high honor of being on the "Av Honor Roll four or five
times since September, 1937:
B. Bartlett, M. Baske, A. Caldwell, C. Coffey, R. Deitsch, M. Edgar, E. Ferrans, M. Gentile, D. Graden, D. Grau-
sam, N. Hayse, N. Hoyer, M. J. joy, A. juchartz, G. Keaton, S. Kelly, B. J. Lange, R. Lesnik, W. Levantrosser
L. McCarter, M. Morris, J. Newbacher, C. Nowlin, G. Peterson, V. Roy, D. Sarandrea, D. Schwartz, V. Stenton,
D. Turner, M. Van Hoten, M. Watson, H. Weisbcrg, R. Wray.
The Wilson Band is another music group directed by Mr. Mann. These boys and girls have found
a place for service in the activities of the school and have played for many programs. They are always
well received. Each semester the standards for the band have been raised, and the players give willing-
ly of their time to practice each Tuesday and Wednesday morning before school, and during the fourth
period three times a week.
Clarinels: Marion DiVcta, Alfred Ross, William Levantrosser, Joe Attard, Ray Balcom, Junior Fraley, Roy NVilscn,
Douglas Lutz, Ray Donn.
Comets: jack Mundell, Harvey Weisberg, jack Thibeau, Alfred Juchartz, John Racli.
Tromlzonesz Harry Shultz, Harvey Newton, George Steve, Robert Bricker.
Horny: Dorothy Tumor, Shirley Kelley, Louise Kachigan.
Ban: Robert Marlow fwindj, June Campbell Qstringsj.
Saxoplmncs: John Peterson, Ruth Deitsch.
Fluffy: Virginia Anderson, Marie Gentile.
Drums: Richard Irvine, George Gonzalez, Jerry Beach, Alex Allen.
Baritoner: John Bartlett, Stanley Polniclcy, James Marsh.
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