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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

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301 Music frat has jazz show
Alumnus 36:4, p.29
12/1/1952 Sponsors fourth annual jazz concert.
302 Jazz concert thrills fifteen hundred fans
Elliott--Beverly (Student--1952)
College Eye 44:9, p.1
11/7/1952 Review of the performance.
303 Jazz concert set for Wednesday; tickets still available at Crossroads
College Eye 44:8, p.1
10/31/1952 Description of the upcoming program; photo.
304 Ray Starr to MC fourth jazz show
College Eye 44:7, p.1
10/24/1952 Local disc jockey will be MC.
305 Students combine to give musicale
College Eye 44:6, p.3
10/17/1952 List of performers for PMA-SAI presentation; photo.
306 Music frats join to give musicale
College Eye 44:5, p.1
10/10/1952 PMA and SAI will give concert of music by American composers.
307 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1952 Description of the national fraternity for men interested in music; photo.
308 Music fraternities plan picnic Sunday
College Eye 43:29, p.5
309 Thirteen groups compete for all-campus sing trophy
College Eye 43:29, p.1
310 All college sing scheduled May 13
College Eye 43:28, p.1
5/2/1952 Organizations will compete for trophy.
311 Music frat to hold composers recital
College Eye 43:26, p.7
312 Seven Staff members are scheduled to participate in a Career Day at Forest City, Wednesday, April 16
Public Relations News Release 1951:574, p.1
4/9/1952 They are Harold E. Bernhard, director of the bureau of religious activities; Donald F. Howard, assistant professor of history; Elisabeth Sutherland, head of the home economics department; Harry G. Guillaume, Ada McLeod, Leonard J. Keefe, and Henry Harris.
313 Four faculty members will participate in a career day at Sheldon Tuesday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1952:462, p.1
3/31/1952 They are Oliver M. (Hon) Nordly, assistant professor of physical education for men and head basketball coach; Jack Burgner, instructor in art; Richard Arnold, instructor in speech, and William Latham, assistant professor of brass instruments.
314 The Music Goes Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:23, p.5
3/28/1952 News and reviews from the world of music.
315 Gordon J. Rhum, Henry Harris, and Gail E. Myers will participate in the Hancock County Career Day at Britt Monday, April 7
Public Relations News Release 1952:490, p.1
3/26/1952 Rhum was born in Wayland, Iowa, and he holds three academic degrees. Harris was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. He spent nearly two and a half years in the Navy. Myers, a native of Clark, S. D., holds two academic degrees. He spent three years in the Air Force.
316 Phi Mu Alpha concert greeted with applause for fine work
Annis--Norman (Student--1951-1953)
College Eye 43:20, p.1
2/29/1952 Reviews the recent jazz concert.
317 Special to: Des Moines Register and Tribune
Public Relations News Release 1952:394, p.1
2/28/1952 An added attraction at the modern jazz concert was the presentation of a trophy to Ray Starr, Waterloo radio station disc jockey, who served as master of ceremonies at the concert. Starr ranked eighth in the top 15 disc jockeys in the nation in 1951.
318 Phi Mu jazz show opens Wednesday
College Eye 43:19, p.1
2/22/1952 Lengthy description of the upcoming program; photo.
319 The 1952 edition of "Jazz at TC" will be presented in the auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 27
Public Relations News Release 1952:422, p.1
2/18/1952 The jazz concert, which is open to the public, is sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia national honorary music fraternity on campus. Ray starr, disc jockey at a Waterloo radio station, will serve as master of ceremonies.
320 Jazz tickets go on sale
College Eye 43:18, p.1
2/15/1952 For third jazz concert.
321 Frank A. Piersol's appearance as guest conductor at the college band concert will not bring a stranger to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area.
Public Relations News Release 1951:296, p.1
1/5/1952 Piersol, assistant professor of music and director of bands at Iowa State College, Ames, was band director at Waterloo West High School from the fall of 1944 through the spring of 1948.
322 The Music Goes Round & Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:11, p.2
12/7/1951 Discusses music issues on campus.
323 Music groups to present musicale
College Eye 43:10, p.8
11/30/1951 Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha will present American music.
324 Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia will present a contemporary American musicale Sunday (Dec. 2)
Public Relations News Release 1951:191, p.1
11/26/1951 The musicale is scheduled for 8 p.m. in the Commons ballroom. The program will feature both vocal and instrumental music. Highlights will include the Sigma Alpha Iota girls chorus and soloists from both organizations.
325 The Music Goes Round & Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:6, p.6
10/26/1951 Various recitals on campus.
326 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Old Gold 0:0, p.167
6/1/1951 Brief description of the group; photo.
327 Thirteen graduates received Purple and Old Gold awards, presented annually for outstanding scholarship and achievement
Public Relations News Release 1950:388, p.1
6/1/1951 President J. W. Maucker presented the awards and also presented ten other awards or scholarships, five of them endowed. Students listed.
328 Looking backward over '50-'51
College Eye 42:32, p.1
5/30/1951 News highlights of the year.
329 The 75th annual Commencement exercises will be held June 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Men's gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:367, p.1
5/17/1951 President J. W. Maucker will present the traditional Purple and Old Gold awards to graduates outstanding in scholarship and extra-curricular achievement. He'll also name the winners of ten special scholarships.
330 Eighteen organizations will participate in the third annual open air sing Wednesday evening, May 16, at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:364, p.1
5/15/1951 Baker hall, men's residence hall, has twice won the traveling trophy presented to the winning group. If the Baker men win again this year they will keep the trophy permanently.
331 Organizations to vie for sing trophy
College Eye 42:30, p.1
5/11/1951 Baker Hall will defend title; photo.
332 The second jazz concert sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity will be presented tonight, May 9, at 7:45 p.m. in the auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1950:351, p.1
5/8/1951 Dean Landfear will be the concert's master of ceremonies. He is the conductor of popular music program for a Cedar Rapids radio station. PMA President El Melichar said tonight's program will include student arrangements of many popular tunes.
333 Record jockey Dean Landfear to emcee second jazz show
College Eye 42:29, p.1
5/4/1951 List of participants; photo.
334 The Music Box
College Eye 42:29, p.2
5/4/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
335 Second jazz concert scheduled for May 9
College Eye 42:28, p.6
4/27/1951 Popular demand for second concert.
336 All-Campus Sing set for May 15
College Eye 42:27, p.1
4/20/1951 Third annual event scheduled.
337 Compositions of four faculty members and two students will be performed Sunday night, April 22 at the annual Original Compositions concert
Public Relations News Release 1950:324, p.1
4/20/1951 The SAI chorus will sing two songs by Edward Kurtz, retiring head of the music department. Words for both songs were written by Mrs. Kurtz. Pianist Henry Harris will play a piano sonatina by William Latham. Juanita Yearous will sing a song.
338 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:27, p.3
4/20/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
339 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:26, p.2
4/13/1951 Musical events and suggested listening materials for Teachers College students; list of Phi Mu Alpha initiates.
340 Wrestling, track, dance head spring quarter activities list
College Eye 42:23, p.1
3/15/1951 A look ahead at the big events of the upcoming quarter.
341 Jazz Concert at ISTC on Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1950:241, p.1
2/26/1951 Jazz, one of America's few contributions to international music literature, will be presented in the Commons by the chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music fraternity.
342 Jazz concert to be held at Commons
College Eye 42:20, p.1
2/23/1951 Phi Mu Alpha will sponsor show; a look at the program and a list of performers; photo.
343 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:19, p.7
2/16/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
344 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:18, p.7
2/9/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
345 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:17, p.6
2/2/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
346 The Music Box
Hatfield--Warren (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:16, p.3
1/26/1951 Musical events and suggested listening material for Teachers College students.
347 Music groups meet
College Eye 42:15, p.5
1/19/1951 Will hold dinner.
348 Men music students are asked to smoker
College Eye 42:3, p.7
9/29/1950 Phi Mu Alpha seeking new members.
349 Sweet and Lowdown
Porter--Phyllis Marion (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:37, p.3
7/28/1950 News about musical events on campus.
350 Honor worthy students; confer 25 awards at commencement for outstanding scholarship work
College Eye 41:31, p.1
6/16/1950 List of Purple and Old Gold award winners; list of other award winners.


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