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'''Previous/other names:'''
 
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'''Prominent date(s) of activity:''' 1948
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'''Prominent date(s) of activity:''' 1948-1949
  
 
'''History:''' In January of 1948 the [[Glee Club]] and the [[Co-ed Choral Club]] merged to become the Varsity Singers. The two groups had practiced together under the direction of Dr. M. de Merten, so the merger was a natural progressional step.
 
'''History:''' In January of 1948 the [[Glee Club]] and the [[Co-ed Choral Club]] merged to become the Varsity Singers. The two groups had practiced together under the direction of Dr. M. de Merten, so the merger was a natural progressional step.
  
'''Activities:''' The group sang several selections during [[Founders' Day]] and held an all-Scottish concert.
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'''Activities:''' The group sang several selections during [[Founders' Day]], the [[Red_'n'_Black_Revue|Red 'n' Black Revue]], and produced an all-Scottish concert. 
  
 
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Name: Varsity Singers

Previous/other names:

Prominent date(s) of activity: 1948-1949

History: In January of 1948 the Glee Club and the Co-ed Choral Club merged to become the Varsity Singers. The two groups had practiced together under the direction of Dr. M. de Merten, so the merger was a natural progressional step.

Activities: The group sang several selections during Founders' Day, the Red 'n' Black Revue, and produced an all-Scottish concert. 

Note(s):

Source(s):

  • Up the Hill, 1948, Organizations.


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