One of the most popular events of Commencement is the evening
taken up by the music department. The concert was held in the
auditorium, which was filled with a most appreciative audience.
Several vocal quartette numbers as well as instrumental solos,
including a concert by the band, was well rendered. The par
ticipants were in excellent condition, and demonstrated a high
degree of proficiency in music. Congratulations are deserved, not
only by the members of the band, but by those who so ably assisted
the band. The following program was rendered Thursday evening
1. MARCH—"EL Capitaxt" SOUSA
2. OVERTURE—"Lustspiel" KELER-BELA
3. PIANO DUET—"Love's First Whisper"
Misses. Bertha Bissonette, Lena Conrov
4. VOCAL QUARTETTE—"My Old Kentucky Home" FOSTER
(Messrs. Turner, Demaree, Chapman, Mumblehead)
5. PIANO SOLO—-"Bright Stars of Heaven' KIMBALL
(Miss Bertha Bissonette)
6. BARITONE SOLO—"Rocked In The Cradle of The Deep" KNIGHT
(Mr. Joe Whirlwind Horse)
7. NATIVE MUSIC—"Cante Masica" ARRANGED BY H. A. LORING
(Sioux Indian Song)
8. PIANO DUET—"Les Charmes De L' Opera' .... GRKTZE
(Mrs. Stuart and Mrs. Ashmann)
9. VOCAL QUARTETTE— Until The Dawn" ....
(Star Spangled Banner.)
All through the programs the students who took part acquitted
themselves with credit. The teachers who had charge of the train
ing of the students and arranging for the exercises performed their
tasks most efficiently. Now that the past year is but a matter of
history it is in the future that we must now face and it is our duty
to put forth greater efforts to the end that we may train our boys
and girls to rapidly become selfsupporting and selfrespecting citizcns.
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