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'LE I MI C Vol. 12, No. 4 Eastern Montana College of Education — Billings October 17, 1958 Campus Readies For Homecoming Bonfire, Mystery Mixer Float Parade, Prom Eastern's Madrigalians and Brass Choir will grace the music educators banquet and Eastern's music de- partment will host Montana's music educators as part of the Montana Education Association convention here Oct. 23-24, Dr. G. F. Boyer, music chairman, revealed Wednes- day. The Madrigalians, who will sing \Silver Swan\ and other selections, will share honors with the Brass Choir who will play \Capriccio Italien\ by Tchaikovsky and \Cad- mus and Hermione\ by Lully. Speakers scheduled for the music educators meet include Donald Mail- in, choral director of Mills Publish- ing, Dr. Earl Kent, a specialist in acoustic properties of musical instru- ments, and N. W. Hovey, author of instructional texts. Mr. Hovey will conduct a brass clinic Friday after- ncon, Oct. 24. The Madrigalians, under the di- rectorship of Dr. A. F. Humphreys, include sopranos Mary McMurchie, Gloria Palmer, Elissa Phelps, Evelyn Howards, altos Carroll Alstead, Aud- rey - sue Hagerness, Wilma Burkland, tenors Daniel Hansen, Alvin Quir- ing, Eddy Neel and basses Ray Mc- Bride, Delmar Fired and Arli Schul. —continued on page 3 Highlights Activities Colorful Homecoming activities commencing with a convocation Tuesday, Oct. 21 and ending with a float parade, football game and \prom\ Saturday, Oct. 25, will pro- vide the excitement for Eastern's students and returning alumni, Sue Thompson, Homecoming chairman, revealed Wednesday. Tuesday's convocation will b e highlighted by a fashion show with Susan Klindt doing the commentary on models Martha Behrent, Ruby Anne Swartz, Noreen Madson, and Myrna Stalnaker, the Homecoming queen candidates. Miss Angeline Ek- strand will supervise the show. Although classes do not meet Fri- day, Oct. 24, (MEA convention on campus), there will be lots of activ- ity in the form of an Alumni lunch in the SUB, a bonfire at 7 p.m. and a \mystery mixer\ starting at 8 p.m. in the SUB. Two bright spots of the mixer will be the announcement of the Homecoming queen and a facul- ty skit. FLOAT PARADE After standing in chilly semi-dress in local garages Friday, Oct. 24 anx- iously awaiting their grand appear- ance, 14 ornate floats will sweep majestically along North 27th street at 10 a.m. Oct. 25 in Eastern's annual Homecoming parade. Under the direction of Georgi Andrews and Pete Elliot, each club and class organization on campus was asked to enter a float and their efforts resulted in a 14 float parade. Although the parade has no def- inite theme, \anything goes,\ re- ported Miss Andrews, \though in- dividual cars are not encouraged.\ The Queen and other candidates and dignataries will ride in convertibles. —continued on page 2 Here is Eastern's 1958 Homecoming Committee that is busy preparing \the best one ever.\ The committee is made up of student organization members, and headed by Dean of Women Carol Saunders. MEA CONVENTION OCT. 23-24 . . . Madrigalians and Brass Choir to Play As Music Department Hosts Educators