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                                                                                                                Lawrence Berk
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                                                                                                                Willis Conover
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                                                                                                 Robert Share   Quincy Jones
                                                                                                                Herman Kenin
                                                                                                Charles Suber
                                                                                                                Stan Kenton
                                                                                                                Henry Mancini
                                                                                                                Kenneth Morris
                                                                                                                Fred Williamson

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            ~                                                  Welcome to Notre Dime's 1963            ~~   The New Stream in Uollege Jazz"
                     Collegiate Jazz Festival! CJF is again presenting to you                is flowing; it is streaking from the mainstream of jazz as the
                     the twenty-two finest college jazz groups in the United
                                    states. They have been auditioned and selected from the
                                                                                                             "'63 splotch" signifies on the program cover. Ever since the
                                                                                                            stream of college jazz began to trickle from the mainstream of

                      largest number of applicants in our five year history. They
                                    are free to compete, to play their best, and to win! It is
                                    this competitive nature that distinguishes this festival
                                                                                                            jazz in 1948 when North Texas state University under Dr. Eugene
                                                                                                            Hall's direction offered credit for Stage Band or Dance Band,
                                                                                                            jazz began to flow into the educational atmosphere of the col­
                      from any other that you have been to. From the start to the
                                    finish, every note that is played will be heard and evaluated
                                                                                                            leges and universities in the United States.

           y­                       by our distinguished panel of judges who will select winners
                                    and award prizes valued at some $5000 .
                                                                                                            School jazz was waved on in the 50's due to the efforts of

                                                                                                            Charles Suber, at that time publisher of DOWN BEAT, and the

                                                                                                            music instrument companies of Selmer, Conn, and LeBlanc who

                                    It is only with the cooperation of DOWN BEAT, Associated                sponsored workshop clinic directed by professional musicians.

           :a::                     Booking Corporation, National stage Band Camps, Berklee
                                    School of Music, and the instrument companies of Selmer,
                                    Conn, Harmony, Zildjian, Kay, and Getzen that CJF can pre­
                                    sent this two-day college jazz festival. We thank all these
                                                                                                            The stream of college jazz in the late '50s built up momentum

                                                                                                            in 1959 with South Bend's Ken Morris airing the National Stage

                                                                                                            Band Camps with Stan Kenton--one week summer camp for 14-21

                                                                                                            year old students headed by music educators and professional
                 DISC RECORD SHOPS

           .A                       organizations as well as our Board of Advisors, and all those
                                    whose patronage is mentioned in their donations and support.
                                                                                                            jazzmen. Berklee School of Music then whirled into the recog­ 

                                                                                                            nized graduate school of jazz.

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                                                                                                                                                                                   (Next to State Theater)

                       We would like to thank you the festival goer for supporting
                                    the musicians with your presence and applaues. Your atten­
                                                                                                            Teaching college jazz and stage band techniques had brought

                                                                                                            student musicians to be keenly aware of the traditions, trends,

           La                       dance through the years has guaranteed that there will always
                                    be another festival. Thank you for this because we have very
                                    much enjoyed making them possible for you.
                                                                                                            techniques in music so to better create, and develop their own

                                                                                                            new ideas. This sharp creative awareness on the part of the

                                                                                                            college jazz musicians was easily seen with the success and re­ 

                                                                                                            cognition given the participants of the Georgetown, Villanova,
       We wish to take this op­
                                    Each of the groups is different, each has its own style of play­        and Notre Dame college jazz festivals in the last five years.
        portunity to thank the
                        ing and its own mood, and they are all trying to win. We hope
                                    that you will gain something from them. Please enjoy your­              This year the 1963 Collegiate Jazz Festival in bringing together
                                                                                                                                                                                  students of Notre Dame
                                                                                                                                                                                  for their patronage and
                                    selves. Until the 1964 CJF, thank you all.                              the largest array of college jazz talent in the U.S. hopefully        tremendous acceptance pf
                                                                                                            attempts with its student-professional contact--the competitive       our new store here in
                                                                          Charlie Murphy                    format, exclusive JAM SESSION, and the JAZZ FORUM--to move the        South Bend.
LEy                                                                       General Chairman   '63            college stream of jazz to streak onward to a greater horizon.
                                                                                                            Like moving out in a more creative, educated, disciplined, and
   TERMEN                                                                                                   vibrant but free flowing, dynamic, swingin' current--The New Stream
                                                                                                            in College Jazz.

                                                                                                                                                       Dave Paliganoff
                                                                                                                                                       Executive Chairman   '63
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                                       eJF '63 JUDGES

    CHARLES SUpER--Chairman of the Judges since CJF's incep­
    tion. Mr. Suber is General Manager of the Music Journal,
   and President of the National Educational Services with
                                                                                                                                              BEST WISHES
   offices in Evanston, II~inois. He has been one of the or­
   iginators of the stage band movement in schools throughout
   the United States. Formerly he was publisher of DOWN BEAT
   Magazine.                                                                                                                                        to
                                                                                                                               the collegiate jazz festival '63
                                                      ROBERT SHARE--Administrator of the Berklee School of Music
                                                      in Newbury, Massachusetts. Mr. Share has served on CJF's
                                                      board of judges in previous years. In his position at
                                                      Berklee he stands out as one of the leading educators in
                                                      promoting the teaching of jazz music.

                                                                                                                                              Pangborn Hall

                                                       TERRY GIBBS-- "The New King of Swing". Recently entitled by
                                                       the nation's music press when Mr. Gibbs and his 16 piece
                                                       band copped the No. 1 spot as the .. New Star Big Band" of
                                                       1962 in the 10th Annual International Jazz Critics Poll pub­
                                                       lished by DOWN BEAT. Born in Brooklyn in 1924 he has since
                                                       acquired in the vibraharp category recognition as a five
                                                       time winner of DOWN BEAT Readers Poll and an exciting re­
                                                       cording artist for Mercury Records with "Explosion" his
                                                       latest release.

   LEONARD FEATHER--The most internationally celebrated of con­
   temporary jazz critics. London-born but long active in the
   U.S., he became prominent through contributions to Look, the
   New York Sunday Times, Red Book, Metronome, Playboy, and Es­
   quire. He is the author of the monumental book The Ency­
   clopedia of Jazz which has grossed over $200,000 making it
                                                                                                                      BES1 WISHES
                                                                                                                                                    Compliments   of	   I     C!.omplimenlS .f
   the biggest jazz book ever published. The Blindfold Test
   and Feather's Nest are familiar features in DOWN BEAT's ma­
   gazine contributed by Mr. Feather. In 1962 he was the only                                                                to	                    Indiana Cab         I   EDDIEtS RESTAURANT
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                                                      MANNY ALBAM--Jazz composer and arranger, who was born in
                                                      the Dominican Republic. He is now writing for Impulse
                                                      Records, of ABC Paramount.   "The Blues is Everybody's
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                                                      business", a 35 minute jazz suite and his "West Side
                                                      Story" arrangement on Brunswick label have been widely
                                                      acclaimed. Mr. Albam is busily organizing a series of
                                                      stage band arrangements and 10 original pieces for re­
                                                      lease this summer Ius a new music series with National
                                                                                                                      ZAHM HALL           I         CE 3-9333           I          CE 2-5861
                                                      Education T.V. An album with Joe Morello on RCA will
                                                      soon be released. He is a member of the famous arrangers
                                                      club, which includes such men as Billy May, Henry Mancini,
                                                      and Quincy Jones.
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                                                                                                   CJF'63   PARTICIPANTS                             CHICAGO INSTITUTE OF JAZZ STUDIES LAB BAND.
                                                                                                                                                     The Institute was organized in October, 1962 under the
                                                                                                                                                     direction of S. Lane Emery. This band is a direct re­
                                                                                                                                                     suIt of the organization's purpose, of preparing the
                                                                                                                                                     young musician to make his entrance into the musical
M.S.U. TV ORCHESTRA                                                                                                                                  profession.
Winner of the Best Big Band Award in last year's CJF, the M.S.U.
orchestra was organized as a stage band in·1961 under the leader­
ship of Dr. Eugene Hall, former head of M.S.U.'s Commercial
Curriculum. Trumpeter William Hart won the outstanding soloist                                                                                                               THE JAZZMEN. Crane Jr. College.
award for trumpet last year.                                                                                                                                                 Members have played in and around the
                                                                                                                                                                             Chicago area and at the Fifth Jack

                                                                                                                                                                             USAF ACADEMY QUARTET
                                                                                                                                                                             Two members of the quartet played in
                                                                                                                                           last year's CJF as members of the Blue
One of three jazz ensembles at Indiana University. This
                                                                                                                     Men. The quartet plays at the Cadet
is the third year that Jazz Band has been offered for
                                                                   Henderson State                                     Club of the Antlers Hotel in Colorado
                                                                                                                                                                             Springs, Colorado on weekends.
credit. The group appeared at last year's festival.

                                                                                     I.U. Jazz Ensemble

active on the campus for dance
and concert performances.
                                                              Wri~ht   Jr. Colleee

                                                                                                                                                                          /of.S.U. T.V. Orchestra

                                                                                                                     /ofiami of Ohio
An unusually instrumented group making their first appearance at
the collegiate Jazz Festival.                                                                                  THE BOB POZAR TRIO
                                                                                                               A group formed by Bob Pozar, winner of the outstanding
                                                                                                               Soloist Award for drums in CJF '62, and Ron Brooks, win­
                                                                                                               ner of the award for bass. Both were members uf the Bob
                                                                                                               James Trio, winner of the Best Combo and Finest Jazz
                                                                                                               Group Awards in last year's festival.

Appearing for the first time at CJF and featured at the
recent Fourth Annual Chicagoland Stage Festival. John                                                                                        DENVER UNIVERSITY STAGE   BAND
DeRoule, the director, has present stage band clinic                                                                                         Appeared in last year's   Collegiate Jazz Festival. This was the only
demonstrations in various parts of the midwest.                                                                                              instrumental group from   their part of the country picked to appear at
                                                                                                                                             the MENC in St. Louis.    They have also made several television alpear­
                                                                                                                                             ances in Denver.
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                                         1963 COLLEGIATE JAZZ FESTIVAL
                                                                                                                           FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1963 -- Afternoon Session -- 1:30 to 5:00

                                                                                                                                                  MASTER OF CEREMONIES

                                                                                                                                                                      DICK PLANTE

                      Charlie Murphy                                Dave Paliganoff                                                                       --1:30-­
                      General Chairman                              Executive Chairman
                                                                                                               THE LETTERMEN, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.

                                                                                                               Personnel: Leader, Alto Sax: Bernie Zahren. Tenor Sax: Doug DiBianco, Ron Doucette. Alto Sax:

                                                                                                               Ed Sheridan. Baritone Sax: Stan Liberty. Trumpet: Dan Ziemba, Chuck Snow, Gene Santarelli.

                                                                                                               Fluegelhorn: Chuck Silio. Trombone: Larry Dwyer, Ed Strunkel, Don McBride. French Horn: Hal

                                                                                                               Stanton. Drums: Russ Hunt. Bass: Brent McKesson. Guitar: Paul Leavis. Piano: Tom Wilson.

                                                                                                               THE JAZZMEN, Crane Jr. College, Chicago Illinois.
                                                                                                               Personnel: Leader, Alto Sax: Don Myrick. Drums: Maurice White. Trombone: Louis Satterfield.
                                                                                                               Piano: Fred Humphrey. Trumpet: Charles Handy. Bass: Earnest McCarthy.
                                                                                                               COLLEAGUES, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, Ohio.

                                                                                                               Personnel: Leader, Vibes: Dal Smith. Piano: Al Goldman. Drums: Glenn Purdy. Bass: Steve Mur­

             paul Tschirhart                  James Kelley                      John Butkavich                 phy. Vocalist: Jay Colantone.

             Publicity Chairman               Co-Production Chairman            Co-Production Chairman
                                                                                                               THE SWINGING CHIPS, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasent, Michigan.

                                                                                                               Personnel: Leader, Paul Rasky. Alto Sax: Tom Bogardus, John Kenkle. Tenor Sax: Don Flickin­ 

                                                                                                               ger, Chuck Jury. Baritone Sax: Ed Klink. Trombone: Jack Brewster, Ray McPherson, Gary Tal­ 

                                                                                                               lenger, Jim Spindler. Trumpet: Lynn Middlebrook, Ken Baumen, Carmen Fangone, Charles Croope.

                                                                                                               Bass: Tom Braund. Piano: Auggie Wegner. Drums: Frank Sokolowski.

                                                                                                                                                          --3: 10-­

                                                                                                               UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS JAZZ LAB QUINTET, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.
                                                                                                               Personnel: Leader, Trombone: Jon A. English. Alto Sax: Kim Richmond. Piano: Terry Brennan.
                                                                                                               Bass: Dave Thomas. Drums: George Marsh.
            George Murphy                     Bob Bartolo                       Sid Gage                       BELCASTRO TRIO, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia.
            Applications Chairman             Social Chairman                   Prizes Chairman                Personnel: Leader, Piano: Joe Belcastro. Drums: Guy Remonko. Bass: Leo Blair.
            Artists: Brian Shea and Richard Juckniess              Business Manager: Dick Franch                                                          --4:00-­
                                                 CJF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
                                                                                                               THE MITCH FARBER TRIO, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana.

            John Borchard                   Mike Byrne        Tom Kelly        Dan Ekkebus                     Personnel: Leader, Piano: Mitch Farber. Drums: Kent Williams. Bass: Bert McKesson.

            Jeff Biel                       Dave Schlaver     Denny Hall       William Swan                                                               --4:25-­
            Mike Tichon                     Dick Darko        Jim Janas        Bob Pennel                \ '

            Bernie Zahren                   Bernie Kompare    Dave Soileau     Bruce MacKenzie                 HENDERSON COLLEGIANS, Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

            Karl Heigel                     Tim Tuchscherer   John Kostichak                             co,   Personnel: Leader, Wendell Evanson. Alto Sax: Roger Garner, Mike Stiles. Tenor Sax: Bob Shur­ 

                                                                                                               ley, Robert Gibson. Baritone Sax: Lawrence Gibson. 'T~umpet: Dennis Vaughn, David Rosen, John­ 

                                                                                                               ny Prothro, Bob Carr, Joe Gunn. Trombone: Wes Branstine, Larry Gillespie, Harold Wilson,Ron­ 

                                                                                                               nie Allen, Joe Patrick. Guitar: Johnny Tisdale. Bass: Hal Cooper. Drums: John Bius. Tuba:

                                                                                                               Jarel Amax. Tympani: Ronnie Clark.

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                   FRIDAY, MARCH 29,1963 -- Evening session -- 7:30 to 11:00                                                      SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 -- Afternoon session -- 1:00 to 5:00

                                                     MASTER OF CEREMONIES
                                                                                                                                                        MASTER OF CEREMONIES

                                                                  DENNY   Mc~tAHON

                                                                                                                                                                          BILL CARNEY
DENVER UNIVERSITY STAGE BAND, Denver University, Denver Colorado.
Personnel: Leader, Frank Gagliardi. Alto Sax: Ron Phillips, Steve Virgil. Tenor Sax: Ray                  M.S.U. TELEVISION ORCHESTRA, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
Ricker, Jim Burge, Baritone Sax: Charles Simpson. Trumpet: Byron Lingenfelter, Bil Del-                   Personnel: Leader, George A. West. Alot Sax: Paul Grischke, Jerry Moore. Tenor Sax: Robert
aallo, Lynn Zoric, Milt Miller, Dennis Bell. Trombone: Carl Johnson, Bruce Warren, stu Tur-               Marrucci,' John Dellera. Baritone Sax: Ted Robinson. Trumpets: Woodrow James, Robert Ruskin,
ner. Piano: Roy Pritts. Bass: George Bailey. Drums: J. Williams.                                          Bill Hart, Bob Montgomery, Adrian Waltzer. Trombone: Ron Gibbs, Gary Smeltekopf, Steve
                                                                                                          Nathan, Bruce Early. Bass: Jim Kaye. Guitar; Ron English. Piano: Dave Klinger. Drums: Larry
                                         --7:55--                                                         Wojeik.

THE JAZZ MERCHANTS, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois.                                                                            --1:40--
Personnel: Leader, Bass: Gfl Kelly. Piano: Torn Washington. Drums. Marvin McClore. Trumpet                WRIGHT JR. COLLEGE STAGE BAND, Wright Jr. College, Chicago, Illinois.
Roland Brown. Tenor Sax: Marvin McIntice. Trombone: John Watson.                                          Personnel: Leader, John DeRoule. Alto Sax: Robert Wahler, James Kuffel. Tenor Sax: Joel
                                                                                                          Sears, James Radon. Baritone Sax: Buddy Cole. Trumpet: Oscar Brashear, James Franz, Martin
                                         --8:20--                                                         Drazek, Joe Antonelli, Bruno Osga. Trombone: Frank Tesinsky, Dan Ourbrick, Andrew Foertsch,
                                                                                                          Richard Knop, Kenneth Olson, French Horn: Howard Larentzen, Donna Graf. Piano: Bob LaPorte.
THE JAZZ ENSEMBLE, New York City College of Music, New York, New York.                                    Vibes: Charles Braugham.' Bass: Steve Gocel. Drums: Steve Ettleson, Robert Moseson.
Personnel: Leader, Trombone: Abeaham Hampton. Baritone Sax: Howard Herman. Trumpet: Philip
Marigo. Drums: Alex Ulanowsky. Piano: Dennis Bell. Bass: Paul Biose.

PEICES OF FOUR, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasent, Michigan.                                             INDIANA UNIVERSITY JAZZ SEXTET, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
A splinter group from the "Swinging Chips" headed by Phil Raskey. Personnel can be found in                        Personnel: Leader, Alto Sax: James Aebersold. Trumpet: Dick Washburn. Tenor:   ~arren   Grim-
the "Swinging Chips" listing of Friday afternoon.                                                                  wood. Piano: Tom Hensley. Bass: Don Baldwin. Drums: Gary Elliot.

                                        INTERMISSION                                                                                                           --2:30--

                                                                                                                   USAF ACADEMY QUARTET, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
                                          --9:20--                                                                 Per,onnel: Leader, Bass: John M. Vogelsang. Alto Sax: Bill Jones. Piano: Dom Martinelli.
                                                                                                                   Drums: Bob Kennedy.
          CHICAGO INSTITUTE OF JAZZ STUDIES LAB BAND, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.                                                                --2:55--
          Personnel: Leader, S. Lane Emery. Alto Sax: Allen Porth, Larry Boisen. Tenor Sax: Richard
          Corpolongo, Keith Swenson. Baritone Sax: Don Olson. Trumpet: Jerry Endelberg, Lennie Morri-              INDIANA UNIVERSITY JAZZ ENSEMBLE, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
          son, Burgess Gardner, Frank Sarvello, Richard Morvac, Edward Hines. Trombone: Bill Dinwiddie,            Personnel: Leader, Buddy Baker. Alto Sax: Jim Scott, Jerry Greene. Tenor Sax: Warren Grim-
          Tom Mulhill, Richard Gullen, George Strakey. Piano: Dick Reynolds. Bass: Clyde Flowers.                  wood, Stan Hillis. Baritone Sax: Larry Dixon. Trumpet: Tim Prendergast, Don Lawhead, John
          Drums: Greg Sergo.                                                                                       Grinemeyer, Ron Gerow, Coke Smith. Trombone: Brian Martz, Marv Knoll, Fred Waring, Jim Bart.
                                                                                                                   Tuba: Jerry Lacky. Piano: Tom Hensley. Bass: Dan Swaim. Drums: Gary Elliot. Percussion: Dick
          PEABODY JAZZ SEXTET, Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, Maryland.
          Personnel: Leader, Piano: Tom Garvin. Drums: Brent Price. Trumpet: Bob Barrett. Alto Sax:                MODERN SOUNDS SEXTET, University of Florida, Hollywood, Florida.
          Louis Caronna. Bass: Alan Moore. BassOn: Karl Porter.                                                    Personnel: Co-leaders, Alto: Joe Meltzer and Piano: Robert Agnew, Tenor Sax: Joe Brindisi.
                                                                                                                   Trumpet: Richard Rice. Bass: Steven Tognoli. Drums: Tom Smith.
                                                       ,..-10: 10--
          BOB POZAR TRIO, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
          Personnel: Leader, Drums: Bob Pozar. Bass: Ron Brooks. Piano: Mike Lang.                                 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN JAZZ BAND, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
                                                                                                                   Personnel: Alto Sax: Tom Asboth, David Idol. Tenor Sax. Jose Mallare, Tom Barryman. Baritone
                                                       --10:35--                                                   Sax: Lanny Austine. Trumpet: Dick Lowenthal, Ernie Cavianni, Rob McGregor, Dick Green,
                                                                                                                   Stuart Aptekar. Trombone: Dick Roznoy, Bill Harmon, Dick York. Tuba: Jim Knox. Drums: Bob
          THE MELODONS, Notre Dame High School, Niles, Illinois.                                                   Pozar. Bass: Dick Wiggington. Piano: Mike Lang. Leader: Bruce Fisher.
          Special CJF feature saluting the High School Stage Band Movement. Personnel: Leader, Rev.
          George Wiskirchen, C.S.C. Saxes: Bill Feldman, Greg Mullen, Gary Romans, Tom Stachalek, Bill                                                         --4:10--
          Wisniewski. Trumpets: John Priola, John Martens, Larry Manning, Jim Cisco. Mellophonium:
          Howard Jack, Jerry Thode. Trombones: Ray Glomski, Jim Pankow, Rich Siepkowski, Tom Garrity.              THREE, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.
          Vibes: Dick Sisto. Drums: Dill Jansen. Guitar: William Braun. Bass: Dennis Gardino.                      Personnel: Leader, Bass: James Higgins. Guitar: Paul Lewis. Drums: Robert Duffy. Vocalist:
                                                                                                                   Buddy Hill. (A gratis performance by local group while the judges are deliberating.)

                                                                                                                   ANNOUNCEMENT OF FINALISTS
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       SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 -- Evening Session -- 7:30 to 11: 00                             FINALS
                                                        MASTER OF CEREMONIES

                                                                                        WALT DOYLE

                                              FINALIST COMBO

                                           FINALIST BIG BAND

                                           FINALIST BIG BAND



                                              FINALIST COMBO

                                             FINALIST COMBO

                                           FINALIST BIG BAND


                                                      GROUP AWARDS

                 FINEST JAZZ GROUP                           --TROPHY PRESENTED BY THE ASSOCIATED BOOKING
                                                                PBRMANENT PLAQUE PRESENTED BY THE COLLEGIATE
                                                                JAZZ FESTIVAL

                  FINEST BIG BAND                              --SET OF SELMER-PORTA DESKS FROM H.&A. SELMER
                                                                 CO., ELKART, INDIANA
                                                             --ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TO DOWN BEAT FOR EACH
                                                                 MEMBER FROM MAHER PUBLICATIONS
                                                             --SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP
                                                                 STAN KENTON CLINICS FOR EACH MEMBER FROM
                                                                 BROADCAST MUSIC, INC., ASCAP, AND MERCURY
                                                                 RECORDS, ANI) THE .. DUKES OF DIXIELAND"
                                                              --MEMBERSHIP IN THE FAMOUS ARRANGERS CLUB (1
                                                                 YEAR), AN ARRANGEMENT A MONTH SENT TO THE BIG
                                                                 BAND WITH FULL MANUSCRIPT AND EXPLANATION

                     FINEST COMBO
                                                             --ENGAGEMENT AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD, NEW YORK
                                                             --ARRANGEMENT WITH LONDON HOUSE, CHICAGO
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                                              INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
                                                     ASSOCIATED BOOKING CORPORATION                                            JAZZ FORUM
                                                     PERMANENT PLAQUE PRESENTED BY THE COLLEGIATE
                                                     JAZZ FESTIVAL                                                               Everyone Invited To Attend
   ON RYTHM, REEDS, AND BRASS                        OF MUSIC FROM ROBERT SHARE                                        LAW AUDITORIUM
                                                BEST SOLOISTS                                             SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 • 10:00 -11:30 A.M.

  Trumpet                                            GETZEN .. ETERNA" SEVERINSEN MODEL TRUMPET FROM
                                                                                                       PANEL DISCUSSION WITH JUDGES AND JAZZ PERSONALITIES
                                                     GETZEN INSTRUMENT CO., ELKORN, WISCONSIN
                                                                                                                  Questions by CJF Participants to follow.
  Trombone                                           CONNSTELLATION 48H TROMBONE OUTFIT FROM CONN
                                                     CORPORATION, ELKART, INDIANA
  Saxophone                                          BUESCHER BARITONE SAXOPHONE FROM H.&A. SELMER
                Tenor                                CO., ELKART, INDIANA

                Alto                                 SCHOLARSHIPS TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM
                                                     DAVE AND lOLA BRUBECK

  Guitar                                             HARMONY ELECTRIC GUITAR AND CASE FROM THE
                                                     HARMONY COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
  Bass                                               KAY BASS VIOL FROM KAY MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO. ,
                                                     CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
  Drums                                              SET OF ZILDJIAN CYMBALS FROM THE AVEDIS ZILD-

                                                     JIAN COMPANY, NORTH QUINCY, MASS.
                                                     SCHOLARSHIP TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM
                                                     KENNETH MORRIS
                                                                                                                              V-r- VA-
                           MOST PROMISING SOLOIST -- BIG BAND
                                                     SCHOLARSHIP TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM
                                                     JOHN LEVY ENTERPRISES, INC.
                           MOST PROMISING SOLOIST -- COMBO
                                                    SCHOLARSHIP TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM                       1580 RAD I 0       SOUTH BEND
                                                     WILLARD ALEXANDER, INC.
                          MOST PROMISING ARRANGER -- STUDENT
                                                     SCHOLARSHIP TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM
                                                     JOSEPH P. DELANEY
                          MOST PROMISING LEADER -- STUDENT
                                                                                                             TOPS in
                                                    SCHOLARSHIP TO NATIONAL STAGE BAND CAMP FROM                                Music
                                                    LOUIS ARMSTRONG
                          OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL COMPOSITION                                                                              Sports
                                                                                                                                                 News         ... and Public Service
                                                    TO BE PUBLISHED BY BERKLEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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THE LETTERMEN, University of Notre Dame, Indiana.
Made up of students from every college in the University,
The Lettermen have been a completely student owned and
operated group on the campus for the past eight years.
They have become a tradition at Notre Dame Victory Dances
each fall during the football season. This is the group's
first appearance in CJF big band competition.                                                                                                                                                          U. of M. JAZZ BAND
                                                                                                                                                                                                       performing group at First Annual Concert in Jazz (1962) at the Univer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       sity of Michigan. Given special program time on WUOM-FM and WVGR-FM
  Appeared recently at the university
  in concert before an audience of
  about 3000 students. Were booked
  to playa jazz room for three mon-                                                                                                                                                                   HENDERSON COLLEGIANS.
  ths this summer on strength of con-                                                                                                                                                                 A finalist big band in last year's festival, they have toured
  cert performance.                                                                                                                                                                                   in Japan and the Pacific Area for the Department of Defense.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bob Shurley was selected as the outstanding tenor man last year.
                                                                                                      Roosevelt University

 A finalist big band in last year's festival, they have toured in Japan
 and the pacific Area for the Department of Defense. Bob Shurley was
 selected as the outstanding tenor man last year.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE COLLEAGUES, Miami University of Ohio.
                                                                                                                                                                             Belcastro Trio                             Have appeared in jazz shows given on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Miami campus for the past three years,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and have worked in numerous clubs in the
 THE BELCASTRO TRIO.                                                                                                                                                                                                    Dayton-Cincinnatti area. Also appeared
 Organized in January of 1961,                                                                                                                                                                                          in the 1961 CJF.
 appeared in the 1962 CJF, the
 Intercollegiate Jazz Festival
 at Georgetown University in
 1961, and have done much in
 the North Central West Virginia,
 and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
 areas for various shows and                                                                                                                                                                                           JAZZ ENSEMBLE, NEW YORK COLLEGE
 night clubs.                                                                                                                                                                                                          Has been in existence only about two months. It was or-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ganized with the explicit purpose of furthering this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       most unique form of American music. All six members are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       full time music students.

                                                                                                                                                                                  Denver University
 ILLINOIS JAZZ LAB QUINTET, University of Illinois.                                            Swinging            Chips
 Formed around a previous group, this quintet has           been
 functioning since September. Since then they have          ap-                                                                                                                                       INDIANA UNIVERSITY JAZZ   SEXTET
 peared in eight jazz concerts, six of which have           been                                                                                                                                      Organized in 1961, this   group is made ul of members and alumni of the
 weekly Student Union sponsored concerts and two have       been                                                                                                                                      Indiana University Jazz   Ensemble. The altoist, Jamey Aebersold won
 in conjunction with the University Jazz Band.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                      the Outstanding Soloist   Award for alto saxophone last year .

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  several jazz notables including a former      ,,·t.....                                       ' .•                       ,-
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                                                                                                                                                                " 1l• •                               Gil Kelly has appeared at the last two festivals, as well as others
  CJF Winner, trombonist and composer Dave                                                                                      ~                 "..                                                 of his group. His group won first place the last 3 years in the 1·1. T.
  Baker.                                                                             University of Michigan                                                                                           talent show.
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   Jazz finds a place in High School
            A jazz illUSlClan, like any other artist, must be trained
        early in life. Although music education in American schools
        has done an admirable job of educating students in orchest-
        ral, band, solo, and ensemble performance, until recently the
        truly American musical idiom--Jazz--was almost entirely neg-                       THE
        lected. Jazz musicians were often outstanding professional
        musicians who found a more ucrative outlet for their tal-
        ents in the field of modern music. As jazz evolved into its                        NEW
        present status of popularity and legitimacy, it became neces-
        sary for its artists to be supplied through programs ofmusi-
        cal education.                                                               ENGLAND
             The Rev. George Wiskirchen, C.S.C. was one of the driv-
        ing forces behind the recognition of the school stage band
        movement. He organized the Melodons at Notre Dame High                         CLUB
        School in Niles, Illinois, in 1956 to give his students the
        opportunity to study and perform contemporary American music
        along with the classical works performed by the other musi-                  presents
        cal organizations of the school. By exposing his students to
        all forms of music in our culture, he feels that the stu-
        dents receive a well-rounded musical education. This in no                   t()VIES:
        way implies a de-emphasis of one form in favor of another,
        but rather a presentation of all forms to promote diversi-
        fied student interest and to allow the students to creati-       .. BACHELOR IN PARADISE"
        vely emphasis whichever form their talents are best suited
             To fulfill these purposes, Father Wiskirchen maintains                   .. THE HUSTLER"
                                                                                                                                                                        "The He lodons   1/
        three concert bands, a more advanced wind ensemble, a sym-
        phony orchestra, a marching band, three lab bands, and sup-
        ervises a grade school preparatory program. Courses in mus-      .. BACHELOR FLAT"
        ic appreciation and music theory are also taught. Through
        this program any student who is interested in music is able
        to gain some experience.                                                                 also
                                                                                                                             Michaels & Mann                                                     BADIN HALL and SORIN HALL
             Father Wiskirchen has become an authority in his own                                                                              INC
        right on the stage band musician. His book, Developmental
        Techniques for the School Band Musician, published by Berk-     SPRING BANQUET
                                                                                                                                   118 S. MICHIGAN                                             a "friendly weekend"
        lee School of Music Press, is used as a textbook in the
        field. He holds a master's degree in music from Northwes-                             with                               SOUTH      8END, IND.                                                     with
        tern University and has served as a contest judge and clini-
        cian throughout the Mi d west.                                                                  guest                                                                                           BEST WISHES
             The students taking part in the Melodons are the best                                                             '(traditional clothiers"

                                                                                                                            ======IMMI ======
        musicians in the school, and, consequently, the Melodons are                                            speaker:                                                                                    to
        the top performing group. Through the medium of the jazz
        lab the musicians are encouraged to study and write theory
        and music. Many of the arrangements and original numbers                 BOB FELLER
        played by the band are written by the members of former mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                               COLLEGIATE JAZZ FESTIVAL
        bers themselves.                                                                         and
              In the past the Melodons have brought much recognition                                                       NICOLA'S RESTA URANT
        to themselves and to their school. They have appeared twice                                                                                                                           AL SMITH/S RECORD BAR
        at McCormick Place Theater in chicago on programs with Woody    EASTER     DANCE                                      607 North Michigan Street
        Herman, stan Kenton, Ahmad Jamal and other professional en-
        tertainers. They recently appeared on a half-hour televis-                                                                                                                              128 West Washington Avenue
        ion show with Sid McCoy. as the first amateur group to appear                                                                                                                                 Phone CE 2-3344
        on this program. They also made a television appearance in                                                          Specializing in Italian-A merican Dinners
        Milwaukee and were guests of Don McNeill on his Breakfast
        Club. They have played concerts, given clinics through Ill-                                                               in Our New Dining Room
        inois and at meetings of musical educators' associations.                                                                                                                                     FEATURING THE
        Their most recent accomplishments were at the Chicagoland
        and Milwaukee Stage Band Festivals where they received two                                                                                                                                 LARGEST SELECTION OF
         .. Best of Show" awards.                                                                                            FOR FREE DELIVERY,
              Once again, Notre Dame is proud to welcome Father Wis-                                                                                                                                JAZZ RECORDS
        kirchen and what is certainly one of the top high school                                                               CALL CE 3-8283
        stage bands in the country--The Melodons--to CJF '63·                                                                                                                                          IN THIS AREA
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                                                                                                              INDEX OF PAST                               PARTICIPAN~rS

                                                                                                        FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE
                                                                                                        Tom Mustachio, Richard Piccalo, Frank Allevato, Mike Taylor.

        ALBRIGHT COLLEGE                                                                                FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE
        Tom Hegarty, Pete Pepe, Claude Yoder.                                                           John Hill, Bruce Mills, Jerry Johnson, Ralph Borsko.

        AMHERST COLLEGE                                                                                 HENDERSON STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
        David Lahm, Mike Gabriel, Lew Tabackin, John Brasher, Bob Fuldrodt.                             wendell Evanson, Clifton Jones, Roger Garner, Bob Shurley, Mike Stiles, Lawernce Gibson, Dave
                                                                                                        Rosen, Dennis vaughan, Johnny prothro, Ronnie Fromby, Don Gary, Ron Inzer, Larry Gillespie,
        BALL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE                                                                     wesley Branstine, Dennis Carter, Ronald Allen, Robert Adams, Jarel Amos, Johnny Tisdale.
        Tom Preble, Rudy Williams, Dick Showalter.
        BARD COLLEGE                                                                                    ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
        Ran Blake                                                                                       Gerry Charles, Dick Richards, Will Feger, Gil Kelly, Ronald Asher, Tom Ponce, Sam cohen.

        Buddy Prima, Earl ¥-udlick, Fred Weck.                                                          INDIANA UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                        Dave Baker, Alan Isley, Alan Kiger, Virgil Jones, Robert Platt, carlyle Hume, Buddy Baker,
                                                                                                        carl Horne, Bill Hanna, Tom Kings, John Pierce, Mike Cavin, Paul Plummer, Gene Montooth, Tom
        CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY                                                                     stewart, Larry Ridley, Lanny Hartley, Joe Hunt, Arlene Neubauer, Gary Hana, Ron Keller, Don
        Jack Gridley, Bob Stroup, Jay Dana, Bill Widmer, Don Warnaar, Bob Crane, Neil Everson, Claude   Lawhead, Andy McDonald, Ed Moss, Carmine Pepe, Phil Thrasher, warren Grimwood, Jamie Aeber-
        Lemmer, Milo Marteniz, Roy McPherson, Tom Updegraph, Jerry Thorton, Gary Kremski, Ted Harvey,   sadIe, Tom Hensley, Don Baldwin, Rich Stone, Roger pemberton, Gary Grey, Ray Grivette, Tim
        Dave Batzer, Ed Klenk.                                                                          pendergast, Geoffrey Baker, Dick Washburn, Kenny Schubert, John Rehm, Brian Martz, John Bart,
                                                                                                        Ivan Hammond, Charles Semean, Jack Gilfoy.
        Charles Yara, Robert Strum, Stan Baker, Edward Ward, Donald Jakalski, Richard Wathin, Peter
        DeGiuseppi, Anthony Szafran, Charles Martin, Joseph Mulligan, Kurt Heyl, Joe Fanelli, Rich      IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
        Cullen, Cyril Race, Anthony Caselli, Lawrence Renehen, Don Bertini, Paul Winter, Dick Whit-     James Hall, Keith Hornbacher, stephen Grout, Garry Malone.

       COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY                                                                              KANSAS UNIVERSITY
       Ran Blake, Jeanne Lee.                                                                           steve Hall, Gary Foster, Carwell Jones, Don Farrow, Kermit Mowbray.
       Al Houser, Donald Miller, Bob Yassin, Paul Roewade, Cotton Kent, Michael Shahan, Laurie Diehl    MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                        Neil Martin, Ann Erickson, Jim Carter, Sam Nedecka, Ron Wales, Don Carlson, Bob Hoch, Tony
       DENVER UNIVERSITY                                                                                Neffario, walt Gross.
       Frank Faliardi, Don Stugart, Dave Rasmussen, Ron Phillips, Gene Smookler, Dennis Reitz, Byron
       Lingenfelder, Bill Del Gallo, Marv Feldman, Dennis Bell, Del Turner, Katl Johnson, Bruce War-
       ren, stu Turner, Chuck Bacino, Harry Woolward, John Zinc, Bill Werner.                           MIAMI UNIVERSITY OF OHIO
                                                                                                        phil Kelly, Cal Collins, John Bercaw, Ray Witbrow, Steve Murry, Dal smith, Ken Taylor, Rudy
       DEPAUL UNIVERSITY                                                                                Platzer.
       Ray Daniels, Red Shepard, Fred Hindel, Chuck Russell.
       DEPAUW UNIVERSITY                                                                                MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
       Fred Deab, Jon Cryer, Chip McCelland, Dave Sublette, Pete Hill, Howard stoops, Bill Ludlos,      Chuck Lewis, Jim Benham, Tom Perfitt, Al Beutler, Bob Knight, Ken Watson, Buddy Spangler,
       Pete Kroll.                                                                                      Woody wedlick, John Bigelow, Gary salvo, Earl Dhus, John Mason, Ted Jackson, Gene Hall, Bob
                                                                                                        Montgomery, Bill Hart, Bob Ruskin, Ron Gibbs, Rodney Hamm, Gary smelteko~, Bill Mears, Bill
       DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY                                                                              He~boer. Ray Schlobohm, Fred Bunch, Bruce Marcucci, Gary Wakenut, Gary Norris: Joe Scott
       Ray Defade, Paul Hubinon, Ed Wigand, Ron Bosetti, Rick Torcaso, Jim Murphy, Bob Schmalz, Ken
       Kerr, John Casilli, Lewis ometz, Frank Chybrzynski, Delmas DOwden, Ron Leibfried, Ron Bickle,
       Lou Carto, Ron Waskowicz.
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                INDEX OF PAST PARTICIPANTS                                                                  INDEX OF PAST PARTICIPANTS
       NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY                                                                       SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
       Richard Shanley, Jim Byrne, Rod Hay, Brent Hodder, Eddie Adams, Darel Hardy, Ronnie Rentfrow,
                                                                                                         Buddy Rogers, Jimmy Finn, Henry Taylor, Hamiet Bluiet, Earl Walters, London Branch, David
       Warren Gustafson, Bob Belanski, Jerry McCary, Elden Chittick, Bob Burns, Gene Zika, Gary
                                                                                                         Friend, Fred Berry, James Kischoff, Don Loucks, Glen Dawn, Arthur Barnes, Gary Wittlich, Lloyd
       Preston, Jerry Head, Les Tucker, David Bernshausen, John Hanselman, Walter Boenig, RobertJam-     Tucker, Barbara Crain, Gerry Snyder.
       iison, Ralph Ramiriz, Bill Kennerly, Larry Koeppen, Rudy Razo, David Bean.
       NORTH TEXAS STATE                                                                                 ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY
       John scarborough, Kenneth Fears, Archie Wheeler, Ray Kirelliis, wesley Smith, Bob Pickering,      corky Fleck, Ed Motzek, Pat Herriges, Bob Bechtold.
       Marv Stamm, Morgan Powell, Jim Lewis, Jerry Schulze, Dave Wheeler, Lanny Steele, steve Bay-
       less, Bill Carson, Paul Guerrero, Don Gililand, Leon Breeden, Mike Hanson, Ron Helvie, wes        STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
       Smith, John Eckert, Larry Royster, Bob Crull, Dick Norris, Harlan Rogers, Jay Thomas, Gary        Dennis Behm, Eugene Martin, Larry Linkin, Don Venable, Paul Smoker, Ron Halverson.
       peyton, Alan solganick, Jerry Keys, Tom Wirtel, John Crews, John Inglis, Ron Towell, Dee
       Barton, Larry Moser, William Barton, Toby Guynn.                                                  STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                                                                                                         Steve Willis, Tito Ditata, Cal Stewart, Bob Zazzara, Vince Sangermano, Dick Buckmaier, Don
       NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE                                                                  Nyquist, John Bales, Tony Carere, Ron Geary, Don Menza, Bob Appel, William Wohlheuter, Lin-
       John Andrews, Gary Dempsey, J. C. Combs, Joyce Dille.                                             coln Milliman Ron Corsaro, Lou Morrell.
        Paul Winter, Ed Killian, Russ Dagon, Steve Funk, Stafford Smith, William Sand, Loren Binford,    UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
        Paul Kiesgen, Jeff Childs, Gary Ross, Mike Price, Dick Whitsell, Ken Bartosz, Ed Stevens,        Don Miller, Gordon Penning, Jerry Townsend, Steve Strider, Bob Browning, Louis Nemser, Tony
        Robert Wessberg, Ring warner, Bob Lynch, Joe Zawierucha, Ralph Mutchler, Larry McDonald, Jim     Helbing.
        DiPasquale, Jim Gillespie, Ed Imhoff. Bill Brian, Phil Rittman, Jim Gilbertson, Bob Symonds.
        Ward Dunkirk, Fran Baupel, Dick Carlson, Dave Follingstad, C.B. Wilson, Paul Grabow, JackKra-    UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON
        mer, Jim Brush, Dick Glass, Ed O'Connor, Robert Rabenscroft, Henry Neubert.                      Gale Potter, Ed Szeman, Jerry Lonsway, Brian Goode, Jim Scofield, Gerry Kuntz, Jack Froning.
        Pate Hutchens, Kim Holland, Ray Hornosty, Phil aughlin, Gary Slavo, George West, Marty           UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT
        James, Stan Cowell, Mike Margolis, Ron Cornman, James Smith, Howard Storch.                      Ben Appling, William Wood, John Griffith, Bob Pierson, Bob Appling, Jim Stephenson.

        OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                                                                            UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
        Bob Yance, Walter Meyers. Ray Thomen, Stan Gilliland, Stan Hindmarch, David Noe, Ken Thomp-      Forrest Buchtel, Dave Hutson, Joe Furentello, Tom McAulliffe, Tim Byrne, Donney Heitler.
        son, Bill Blevans, Sonny McBroom, Lowell Latto, Ray Foster, Joe Acerra, Bill Newkirke, Ward
        Mowery, John Tatgenhorst, Sheri Vincent, Jim Tull, Dick Willis, Tom Hlaston, Dean Betts, Ron     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
        Woltz, Terry Hemeyer, Lowell Richards, Patti O'Hara, Carylon Johnson.                            Bob James, John Clark, Omar Clay, Ron Brooks, Bob Pozar.
        fURDUE,UNIVERSITY                                                                                UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
        Bob Sardo, Tim Froeschner, Gary Barone, Duke Larson, Brian Hardy, Warren Brown, Mike Brown,
        Terry Trindle, Brage Golding, John Lewis, John Marra.                                            Gary Berg, Herb Pilhofer, Jim Hughart, Tom D'andrea, James Trost, Jack Coan, Joe Beale, Denny
                                                                                                         Burgess, Jim Marentis, Fred Edlund, Nick McClane, Al Schumacher.
        QUEEN'S COLLEGE                                                                                  UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
        Charles Rausch, Bob Mann, Rich Hechendorin, Roe Chambers, Mike Jemielita.
                                                                                                         Bob Kovarik, Dave Krecek, Jim Herbert, Bob Force, Duane Stehlik, Lee Adams.
        Jim Mathews, Tommy Mitchell, Ernie Robinson, Jack Morrison, Larry Haun.                          UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
                                                                                                         Gene Bertoncini, Wally Jones, Paul Willihngany, George Wentz, Vince Morro, Jack Carr, Len Le-
        RIPON COLLEGE                                                                                    Rose, Charles Armstrong, Bob Brown, Hayes Kavanagh, Al Hermann.
        Rudy Ostavich, Alan Benebich, Russell Oyle, John Lueck, Dick Stevenson, Roger Mills, Don
        Cloehn, Duane Thorton, Gene Hartfielder, Lyman Newton, Juvenna Chang, Al Jarreau, Ann Hassler,   UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY
        Duffy Farrand, Peter Bock.                                                                       A.S. Thompson, J.C. Carling, R.A. Mercier, John Vogelsang, Scott Lehirissey, Bill Jones, Tony
        Jerry Coker, Bob Collder, Joseph Gutierrez, Mike Johnson, Reves Ramos, Joe Paul Stroud, Jerry    WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
        Perkins. 'Douglas VoIding, Jerry Head, Les Tucker, David Bean, John Hanselman, Walter Boenig,    Dave Lelton, Frank Harrison, Bill Prince, Pete Richards, Bill Schwartz, Joel Johnson.
        David Bernshausen, Robert Jamiison, Ralph Ramiriz, Bill Kennerly, Larry Koeppen, Rudy Razo.
                                                                                                         WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                         Ernie Bastin, Bill Turner, Don Margoni, Ray Lancaster, Don Maiolo, Dave Milburn, Louis Olive-
                                                                                                         rio, Harlan Janes, George Hiller, Mike Roberts, Joe Belcastro, Leo Blair, GUy Remonoko.
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                                                                      RADIO                                                                   Add luster to an occasion .. , dine
                                                                                                                                              in the very elegant atmosphere of
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Remember the famous Palais Royal
                                                                                                                                                                                                 of yesteryear? It's open again. And,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     When you plan a party or banquet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for up to 200 persons, be sure to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     see Mr. Gene Rozanski and make
                                                                                                                                              Robert's Supper Club. The food is                  as in the past, outstanding personal-
                                                                                                                                              delightful; the cocktails are excel-               ities will be there to entertain you.               arrangements to use the popular
                                                                                                                                              lent. Enjoy, too, the nightly enter-               You are also invited to use the ball-               Surf Room. It overlooks the huge
                                                                                                                                              tainment at the piano bar. And, of                 room for your own private parties.                  ballroom. Has its own private bar

                                                                     AM       and                        FM                                   course, the cocktail lounge is an
                                                                                                                                              ideal place to meet your friends.
                                                                                                                                              Lunch is served from 11 :00 A.M. to
                                                                                                                                                                                                 It holds 1,500 for dances and can
                                                                                                                                                                                                 accommodate 2,000 at a banquet.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Phone Mr. Gene Rozanski at CE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and kitchen, too! And, of course,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     you choose your menu from a wide
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     selection of the finest foods. Every-
                                                                 1490                                   92.9                                  5 :00 P.M. Dinner is from 5 :00 P.M.
                                                                                                                                              to 10 :00 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 4-6027 for information and reser-
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