Branch Agricultural College--Cedar City (Utah)--Opera; Betenson, Annette
The cast of the opera "The Mascot. Note says, " An opera production April 1912. On the back,"from Janice Orson's research material, it is identified as "Olivette" 1915?" Annette Betenson is the player on the far right." "Opera that R. S. played in...
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Lectures of national reputation will be occasionally procured.
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ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP.
Who, when the opera girl so meek
Forgets her lines and cannot speak,
Keeps swearing almostall the week?
RANDALL L. JONES, B. M. T.
Yes, Mr.· Jones is m,arried but he
sure don't act like it. When he's
Cedar City, Utah
WM. A WRIGHT
Hamilton's Fort, Utah
Ag. Club, Band, Athletics
Fourth Year- Class
HE Fourth Year class of '27, with a group
including many active and efficient students of
the school, have readily responded...
ORIEN E. DALLEY
Instructor in Violin
WM. H. MANNING
Head of Department
ERNEST F. OBORN
Instructor in Piano
HE Branch Agricultural College boasts the best
Music department, in southern Utah, with but few
rivals in the...
INGE William H. Manning made Cedar City his
place of abode, and the Branch Agricultural College
his place of business, students and patrons have had
the opportunity to see two operas a year. This fall
he reproduced last year's operas,...
WO of the outstanding musical organizations
of the Branch Agricultural College are the
Men's and Ladies' Glee Clubs. These organi-zations
are trained each year by Mr. Manning,
meeting at a regular time for practice work as
'T^HE mere mentioning of the
term "High School" brings
trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences.
Some of my memories
send thrills of pleasure coursing
through my body; some send chills
of displeasure. The pleasurable
Music at the B. A. C.
\ the close of last year it seemed
^that the Music department at the
College had taken quite a slump.
Four years ago four strong teachers
headed the band, strings, piano, and
vocal departments. Great things
were done, good...