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Thirty men have been provisionally accepted in the tryouts just completed by the Pierian Sodality of 1818. Flute players led the list of candidates with many more men than could be accepted but the orchestra considered itself lucky in having four candidates for the viola and two for the oboe.
Those accepted are:
Nelson, Gildersleeve '40, David L. Grove '40; John W. Hinkley '39, Raphael Silver 1G., Walter I. Wardwell '40.
James Cahn '39, Paul L. Franken '40, Frank E. Greene '38, William B. Kehl '40, Bertrand E. Lowenstein '39, Henry R. Borweb, Jr. '40, Isidore N. Rosenberg '40.
Rupert Pole '40, George E. Potter 40, Douglas H. Sears '40.
Frederick S. Coolidge '40, John H. Lindstrom 1G., Allen H. Shapley '40, Robert P. Sorlien '38.
David H. Kimball '88, Ward Stewart 1G., Russel G. Wayland 1G.
Leonard D. Warren, Jr, '40, Chester N. Williams 1G.
Richard L. Wing '40.
Richard S. Fogelman '40, Thomas F. Seymour '40.
McCrae H. Cobb '39.
Leo L. Beranek G.E.S.
The following are provisionally retained in the competition for assistant conductor: William W. Austin '39, Peter J. Chenery '40, Gerald E. Deakin 40, Egbert W. Fisher 1G, David H. Kimball '38.
These men will undergo further testing for the post on Tuesday at 9 o'clock in Sanders Theatre: Jan LaRue '39, John S. Morgan '39, Jonathan Schiller 2G., David Shand 1G., Chester W. Williams 1G.
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