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Samson--George W.--Jr. (Music Faculty)

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151 Recognition will be given to honorary organization members next Wednesday; Nelson, Suter, Graber will address student body at assembly
College Eye 27:42, p.1
5/8/1936 At Recognition Day assembly.
152 Samson presents recital
College Eye 27:39, p.3
4/17/1936 At Methodist Episcopal Church.
153 Kurtz takes first in federated club composers' contest
College Eye 27:36, p.1
3/27/1936 Repeats win of previous year; photo.
154 Palmer to conduct Waterloo glee club
College Eye 27:36, p.3
3/27/1936 Will conduct Waterloo YMCA group.
155 Samson recital presented Sunday
College Eye 27:33, p.1
2/28/1936 Recital program.
156 Dr. Edward Steiner will be guest preacher at the chapel services
Public Relations News Release 1935:649, p.1
2/21/1936 His subject will be "The Search for the Better America."
157 G. W. Samson to give organ recital Sunday at leisure program
College Eye 27:32, p.1
158 George Samson Jr. will present a recital on the college organ
Public Relations News Release 1935:641, p.1
2/19/1936 Program for the recital.
159 George W. Samson will present an organ recital
Public Relations News Release 1935:628, p.1
2/14/1936 Mr. Samson was originally scheduled for February 16, but the program was postponed until the 23.
160 The traditional program of Christmas music will be presented Sunday afternoon
Public Relations News Release 1935:324, p.1
12/12/1935 Program for the event.
161 Five students will be presented by their music instructors
Public Relations News Release 1935:191, p.1
10/31/1935 Program for the event.
162 Eight students will participate in the regular weekly student recital
Public Relations News Release 1935:172, p.1
10/24/1935 Program for the event.
163 Music recital to be held September 19
Public Relations News Release 1935:23, p.1
9/12/1935 Program for the event.
164 Nelson wins faculty golf; defeats Denny one up in thirty-six hole final
College Eye 27:53, p.4
8/16/1935 Roster of winners of tournament going back to 1912.
165 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1935 Brief description of glee clubs and bands; photos.
166 Approximately 250 candidates for graduation will hear the baccalaureate address
Public Relations News Release 1934:1087, p.1
5/28/1935 Program for the event.
167 President John Scholte Nollen will address the graduating class
Public Relations News Release 1934:1082, p.1
5/24/1935 Schedule of commencement events.
168 Westminster Choir to sing at church this Sunday
College Eye 26:39, p.3
169 Campus composers to present program
College Eye 26:35, p.1
3/21/1935 Concert program.
170 "That we live in a changing world and in a time when change has been accelerated¿"
Public Relations News Release 1934:950, p.1
3/8/1935 Brief description of Dr. Harbeson's commencement speech.
171 Graduation activities open today with the reception of President Latham
Public Relations News Release 1934:945, p.1
3/3/1935 Schedule of events throughout the week.
172 Graduation activities will open today when President O. R. Latham opens his home
Public Relations News Release 1934:944, p.1
3/3/1935 Schedule of activities.
173 Samson plays at last leisure hour of year
College Eye 26:32, p.1
2/22/1935 Concert program.
174 Conducting rehearsals for the Christmas oratorio proved almost too much for Edward Kurtz
Public Relations News Release 1934:747, p.1
12/14/1934 Handel's Messiah has been presented for twenty-eight years, but now Mr. Kurtz plans on varying the Yuletide programs from year to year.
175 Music department to present Bach's Christmas Oratorio
College Eye 26:23, p.1
12/3/1934 Four students soloists will be featured with large group of faculty and students.
176 For the first time the Yuletide musical will be changed to Bach's Christmas music
Public Relations News Release 1934:727, p.1
12/2/1934 Five Faculty members will join the glee clubs to make up the chorus, other music faculty will play in the orchestra.
177 Dr. Roy Abbott will deliver the graduation address
Public Relations News Release 1934:703, p.1
11/18/1934 Program for the event.
178 Samson beats Cory in golf meet finals
College Eye 26:19, p.4
11/2/1934 Professor G. W. Samson wins the faculty golf tournament that was recently held.
179 Church service program begins; Sunday evening club has changed discussions procedure
College Eye 26:13, p.1
9/21/1934 Schedule for Sunday campus religious activities.
180 Richman wins faulty crown; loses city golf; awarded sweater as prize for runner-up honors
College Eye 26:11, p.4
8/17/1934 Professor Richman defeated Professor Samson in faculty competition.
181 Dorothy Loughman was presented as organist in the voice recital of Miriam Evans
Public Relations News Release 1934:586, p.1
8/12/1934 Program for the recital.
182 Miriam Evans was presented in senior recital
Public Relations News Release 1934:587, p.1
8/12/1934 Program for the event.
183 Faculty golf crown to be decided today; Richman, Samson compete this afternoon for championship
College Eye 26:10, p.4
184 Five hundred join in practice songs for music festival
College Eye 26:8, p.1
7/27/1934 State Music Festival will be held at campus athletic field.
185 Four in semi-finals of faculty golf tilt
College Eye 26:8, p.1
186 College faculty golf meet now in last round
College Eye 26:7, p.3
7/20/1934 Results of competition.
187 Three advance to quarter finals in faculty golf meet
College Eye 26:6, p.4
188 Three hundred join in Music Hour sing
College Eye 26:6, p.1
7/13/1934 Professor Fullerton leads singing; Professor Samson performs on organ.
189 Samson to play organ numbers for Music Hour; Fullerton explains purpose of group singing
College Eye 26:5, p.1
190 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1934 Department aims and staff; photos.
191 The Messiah
Old Gold 0:0, p.198
6/1/1934 The performance included 280 students; soloists and brief description; photo.
192 Commencement week activities begin with a reception for graduates, alumni, and faculty
Public Relations News Release 1934:506, p.3
5/27/1934 Programs for various events happening throughout the week.
193 Assembly held for honorary organizations; high seniors and members of fourteen societies are presented
College Eye 25:43, p.1
5/18/1934 Description of ceremony honoring scholastic achievement.
194 Second annual Recognition Day will be May 16
College Eye 25:42, p.1
5/11/1934 Description of program.
195 Marguerite Miller will present her senior recital
Public Relations News Release 1934:464, p.1
5/8/1934 Marguerite Miller, a student of Olive L. Barker, will be assisted by Mildred Landsberg on the organ. Program of songs she will sing.
196 Department of Music
Alumnus 18:1, p.1
1/1/1934 Profile of Department of Music and its head, Charles A. Fullerton; photo.
197 Christmas music will be featured at church services
College Eye 25:24, p.1
12/15/1933 Music program.
198 Fullerton will lead "Messiah" oratorio here; two hundred eighty to engage in music production
College Eye 25:24, p.1
12/15/1933 Description of the program.
199 Peace pageant set of Sunday; fifty students participate in "Rise and Fall of Uncle Sam"
College Eye 25:20, p.1
11/10/1933 Description of pageant to be presented in association with Armistice Day.
200 Finkenbinder wins over Samson in golf tournament
College Eye 25:17, p.4
10/20/1933 Professor Finkenbinder defeats Professor Samson in tournament, 5-3.


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