Citation
2nd Annual "Spebsqsa" Quartet Program

Material Information

Title:
2nd Annual "Spebsqsa" Quartet Program
Donor:
Olive Unruh Collection
Physical Description:
Archival
Physical Location:
Box 90
Folder 6

Subjects

Genre:
misc loose printed papers
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Central America -- Panama Canal Zone

Notes

Abstract:
2nd Annual "Spebsqsa" Quartet Contest April 27, 1954, Balboa Theatre 5.50 X 8.50, Paper,Color-B/W
General Note:
Good
General Note:
Item received on 5/12/2011
Storage Location:
Vault object box

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright, Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
2002.049.012 ( Accession Number )
2002.049 ( PCM Object ID )

UFDC Membership

Aggregations:
Panama Canal Museum Inventory

Full Text
QUARTET CONTEST

Presented by

A SIVI(E ([TI

* APRIL 27 1954 8:30 P. M.




Opening Chorus Introductory Remarks

"The Old Songs" Theme Song of S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A.
Fred J. Gerhardt, Pres.

PART I THE ELIMINATIONS

FIRST QUARTET THE PAN CAN ALLEY FOUR
Chet Luhr, tenor Bill Taylor, bari
Jim Marshal, lead Ralph Grassau, bass
a) Lindy Lou
b) Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Explanation of the "Arrangement" category of judging Capt.
Harry E. Englund
SECOND QUARTET THE GRINGO GROANERS
Gordon Dalton, tenor Bip Nelson, bari
Fred Gerhardt, lead Bob Schultz, bass
a) You'll Never Know the Good Fellow I've Been
b) Can't Yo Heah Me Callin', Caroline
Explanation of the "Voice Expression" category Capt. Englund

THIRD QUARTET

THE JUNGLEAIRES Fred Helton, tenor Jerry Hayter, lead

Bill Reilly, bari Mac MacLean, bass

a) Chinatown
b) Southera Medley
Explanation of the "Harmony Accuracy" category Capt, Englund
FOURTH QUARTET THE ZONE TONES (L)
Dan Slater, tenor Jack Crook, bari
Dick Bradburn, lead Jim Harned, bass
a) Honey Gal
b 1Tie me to Your Apron Strings Again
Explanation of the "Balance and Blend" category Capt. Englund
FITFH QUARTET THE LAS CRUCES TRAILERS

Al Pope, tenor Al Ward, lead
a) Shine
b) I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen Explanation of the "Stage Presence" category INTERMISSION

Carl liams, baori Bert Daniel, boss
Capt. Englund




The Chorus

"Heart of My Heart,'
"Kentucky Babe"
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

The Chorus

"I Only Wanta Buddy not a Sweetheart" "Linger Longer Lucy"

Announcement of the three finalist quartets PART II THE FINALS

First Quartet Second Quartet Third Quartet

a) b) a) b) a) b)

Five Minute Intermission while Judges complete scoring, Announcement of the winning quartet by Paul E. Davis, Judge of Stage Presence and Costume. Presentation of the Permanent Trophy and the Individual Trophies.
ENCORE by the NEW CHAMPIONS

"The Old Songs"

FINALE

The Chorus




Broesamle, Luke Englund, Harry Gerhardt, Fred Hayter, Jerry Laird, Duncan Marshall, Jim Nelson, Doc. Ward, Al
BARIS
Crook, Jack Clay, Mark Ijams, Carl Nelson, Bip Reilly, Bill Roth, Marvin Taylor, Bill Wilbee, Bob

Dalton, Gordon Helton, Fred Lambert, Roy Luhr, Chet Pope, Al Reynolds, Ed Richter, Marty Slater, Dan
BASSES
Coughlin, Leo Daniel, Bert Grassau, Ralph Harned, Jim Mac Lean, Mac Malavasic, Frank Pretz, Ed Shultz Bob Waldorf, AI

CROWS Tony Silvestre John Winklosky
Otis Myers Chris Skeie Jim Cunningham George Cassell

OFFICERS
Fred Gerhardt President Tony Sylvestre Vice-President Dan Slater, Sec.- Treas Bert Daniel Executive Committee Jim Horned Executive Committee Jerry Hayter Executive Committee Gordon Dalton Musical Director

JUDGES
CWO E. A. Dieter
Victor Herr Paul E Davis Francis Gurney
Mrs. G. A. Thibideau
Tony Sylvestre Sec. of Judges William Zemer- Timekeeper

IMPRENTA GOMEZ PANAMA