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    • Symphony Orchestra Every morning at eight, students carrying violins, cellos, horns, and various other varieties of musical hardware, felt their way through the darkness to the sci-ence building where, for an hour, under the capable and inspiring...
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    • Every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday noon, girls' voices were heard in unison in the hallway below the auditorium as Mrs. Larson upstairs, led the chorus from the piano where she both directed and accompanied. The girls sang many different kinds of...
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    • STUDENTS . . . We have a big variety of foods at reasonable cost Save time and money at our friendly store with plenty of parking space PEOPLES MARKET Corner of First West and Center CEDAR CITY, UTAH HUNTER HARDWARE AND FURNITURE CO. Complete Home...
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    • RC H E S T R A The music department, under trie direction of Professor Haiver-son, worked unitedly to produce a very fine symphony concert this winter which was generously ap-plauded by all music lovers The string ensemble added to our school...
    • 1908, page 30

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    • 30 SOUTHERN BRANCH Choral Society. This organization consists of the chorus with orchestra accompaniment. Two rehearsals per week will be given. One hour credit toward completing the Branch Normal School course will be given to those who do...
    • 1909, page 33

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    • 33 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. A certificate of graduation will be given upon completion of any of the following courses. Three Year Piano Course. First Year-Will consist of: Position key-board, hand culture, rhythm, ear training,...
    • 1910, page 38

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    • 38 A deposit of five dollars must be paid to become a member of the orchestra. Band. Two practices per week. Young men who have ambition to become band leaders may develop themselves in that art in this organization. A deposit...
    • 1911, page 38

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    • 38 this art, and to fit the student for the proper application and fullest enjoyment of the classic composition. A certificate of graduation will be given upon completion of any of the following courses. Three Year Piano Course....
    • 1912, page 43

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    • 43 A certificate of graduation will be given upon completion of any of the following courses. Three Year Piano Course. First Year-Will consist of : Position key-board, hand culture, rhythm, ear training, elementary work from Mason,...
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    • ! 5! Competition. Academic events where schools compete with other schools while being measured by established performance standards. Duo/Trio Scenes. A scene performed by two or three individuals. English Speaker’s Union Shakespeare Competition....
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    • ! 33! Students wanting to "beat" or "vanquish" an opponent. 56.2% 41 I have never witnessed these behaviors. 6.8% 5 Other (please specify) 12.3% 9 answered question 73 Figure 7. Negative behaviors observed/outcomes because of theatre...
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    • ! 34! Practices employed to prepare students for a positive experience Eighty-eight percent of the respondents, (65 of the 71 responding) felt their students had positive competition learning experiences. The most frequently used techniques...
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    • ! 46! The Advantages of Competition in Theatre Events Research Questions 7 and 11: What are the greatest advantages of competing in theatre events? What are the positive behaviors associated with competition in a theatre setting? The researcher...
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    • ! 49! used peer evaluation during rehearsal; 61 teachers (83%) provide a philosophy of if why and how you compete; and 60 teachers (82%) used preparations (pep) talks as students rehearse to prepare students. Forty-eight teachers (66%) utilize...
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    • ! 52! the importance of competition, by describing the subjective and damaging qualities. Eleven percent of the respondents mentioned both favoring and the necessity of competition yet also mentioned the negative aspects. The analysis of these...
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    • ! 70! Students wanting to "beat" or "vanquish" an opponent. I have never witnessed these behaviors. Other (please specify) 13. The main factor in poor sportsmanship or a negative experience is: a student's attitude a teacher's attitude the school...

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