Glee Club in the 1953 Corks and Curls

The 1952-1953 season of the Virginia Glee Club was conducted by Donald MacInnis. Officers included Charles C. Tarkenton, president; James Clifford Barlow, business manager; and Mark Jander, librarian. The accompanist was Roy Clark.

In the spring concerts of this season, the following officers are listed: Charles Bell, Jr., president and Roger Massey, Jr., business manager. It is unclear if these were elected for the 1953-1954 season or if they replaced Tarkenton and Barlow in the spring semester.

Concerts[edit | edit source]

Roster[edit | edit source]

The roster below is as of the Fall Concert (1952), the 1953 Spring Concert, and the Concert at Madison College (1953), and may not include all participants in the season.

Tenor I[edit | edit source]

Charles Bell, Jr., William Burdick, Alvah Low, Kermit Lowry, Jr., David Mitchell, James Piper III, James D. Vaughan, Jr.

Tenor II[edit | edit source]

Wells Anderson, Frederic Berry, Roger Dunne, Frederick Emerson, Philip Hancock, Stuart Henderson, Sam Marney, Jr., George Michael, Godfrey Smith, Wilford Spradlin, David White, Walley Williams III, Jesse Wilson III, James Woods

Bass I[edit | edit source]

James Barlow, Edwin Bennett, Roy Clark, Julian Dancy, Leonard Drumheller, George Fleshman, Bernard Holland, Calhoun Howard, Joseph Hughes, Bill Key, Laird Leeder, Charles Lunt, John Mayo, Jacques Mitchell, Charles Moncure, Robert W. Nuckles, Quentin Smith, John Sutton, Charles Tarkenton, Sam Rountree Telford, Malcolm Wyatt, Cliff Barlow

Bass II[edit | edit source]

Harold Cloutier, Ben Franklin, William Hazen, John Highfill, Kilby Hodges, John Holmgren, Mark Jander, Dana Kelder, Malcolm MacLeod, William McSween, Roger Massey, Jr., Robert von Beck, William Whalen

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