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"12:25 Parade" is the title of the show which will be staged by the classmates, wives, sons, and daughters of 1912 at their twenty-fifth Reunion. Hans W. Miller will direct the spectacle at the Rindge Auditorium.
Over 25 numbers, including all kinds of songs, dances, and skits, have been vigorously rehearsed since the middle of April. The words for the show were written by Laurence McKinney, while Raymond S. Wilkins composed the music. This pair evolved the Reunion Song. "Once More Together."
"Rows of Roosevelt"
Featured songs on the program will be "The Rows of Roosevelt" and the "Name Song." The latter will be accompanied by a motion picture of the classmates under discussion. The dancing will be another high spot in the show, and the "Fancy Formations" waltz ballet number by the daughters of 1912 is by no means the smallest item of entertainment. Fred Child, professional dancing mentor, has directed this part of the affair.
Undergraduates in the class expected to carry off acting honors are William B. Miller '39, Edward Rubin '40, and Morton S. Robbins, Jr. '40.
The 47 undergraduate sons of 1912 are: George E. Akerson, Jr. '39; Charles A. Baldwin '39; Nathaniel G. Benchley '38, Ralph L. Bixby '37, Warren N. Bixby, Jr, '39; Lloyd Booth, Jr. '37; Edward M. Brooks '37; John W. Clark '40; L. Blair Clark '40; Bayard S. Card '40; Graham S. Cummin '38; Richard I. Dawes '40; Roger F. Duncan '38; H. Bruce Ehrmann '39; Bruce H. Fernald '37.
Theodore Frothingham, 3rd '40; Benjamin C. Gifford '39; J. Gordon Gilkey, Jr. '39; Arthur J. Goldsmith, Jr. '40; Christian H. Haberkorn, 3rd '37; John Hoar, Jr. '40; Charles W. Hubbard, Jr. '37; Edward B. Hubbard '38; Boyd N. Jones, Jr. '40; John F. Kennedy '40; Jr. '39; Thomas D. McCall '39; Donald McDonald '39; William B. Miller '39.
Phillip L. Nightingale '37; Edwin K. Packard '37; Joseph H. Perry, 3rd '40; Frederick Reinstein '37; J. West Roosevelt '39; J. Willard Roosevselt '40; Kermit Roosevelt, Jr. '38; Morton S. Robbins, Jr. '40; Royal E. Robbins '39; Edward Robbins, Jr. '40; Wheeler Sammons, Jr. '37; Kenneth W. Sterling '40; David Stilles '40; Charles M. Storey, Jr. '37; Robert T. Whitman '38; and Hugh G. Williams '39.
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