Glee 1985 - Planning Materials

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local.transcriptionUWIFC The Interfraternity Council at the University of Washington Husky Union Building 304H, Box 352238 University of Washington Seattle, Washington 98195 (206) 543-1800 Facsimile (206) 685-9006 ifc@u.washington.edu October 30, 1996 Cherri Nopp University Relations Willamette University 900 State Street Salem, Oregon 97301 Dear Cherri, A few months ago, I received a letter from Jim asking for any Freshman Glee material I might have from 1984. At the time I could not find any and consequently, was unable to provide for Jim's request. I have recently moved locations. During the move, I discovered the enclosed materials. I am sure some of it is of no interest, however, the music, words, participants and other important information is enclosed. I have included everything I found as I am not sure what you would like and I hesitate to edit. Please feel free to throw out the material you have no need for. Thanks for your help on the phone today. I appreciate it. Please accept my wishes for a happy and productive fall. Sincerely, FRESHMAN GLEE, 1985 RULES and REGULATIONS Freshman Glee is one of the oldest traditions On the Willamette Univers campus. The purpose of Freshman Glee is to bring about class unity and to enable students to get to know each other better. The following rules and regulations are approved herewith by the Freshman Glee Co-Managers in conjunction with the Freshman Glee Committee. I. Theme Beginning in 1981 it was determined that the theme of Freshman Glee will vary according to four general musical formats. These themes/formats are: "Novelty" (1985), "Alma Mater" (1986), "Serenade" (1987), and "Fight" (1988). Themes will continue to rotate on this basis so that during a four-year period each class will have an opportunity to compete in each theme. II. Freshman Glee Date Freshman Glee will be held the evening of the Saturday prior to the beginning of Spring Vacation (March 9, 1985). III. El --_.-='-----""- Only students currently enrolled at Willamette University will be eligible to participate in Freshman Glee. Other el lity questions shall be resolved by the Freshman Glee Committee. IV. Appointments and Procedures A. The Senate of the Associated Students of Willamette University will appoint a Freshman Glee Manager(s). Freshman students interested in the position may petition for consideration. The Freshman Glee Manager(s) will appointed prior to October B. The Freshman Glee Manager(s) will establish a Freshman Glee Committee composed of the Class Manager(s) from each class to be appointed by their respective Class Councils. These Managers (or their ignated repre-sentative) will exercise one vote on behalf of their class in Committee decisions and/or recommendations to the Glee Manager(s). The Glee Manager(s) will not have a vote. This Committee will review Freshman Glee rules, as the Freshman Glee Manager(s) in arranging practice schedules, contacting judges, etc. It will also review all complaints with regard to rule infractions and will determine penalties, if any. The Class Manager(s) from the allegedly offending class shall not have a vote in such instances. 1) No alcohol will be allowed anywhere on the campus grounds. 2) No playing or practicing of class songs or marching formations may be done by groups of more than four persons the same room, at the same time during Glee Week except during assigned practice hours. 3) No marching will be allowed on the circular stairway in the University Center. 4) Any class may choose to eliminate or forfeit a practice, but once this is done, no make-up time will be allowed. {In unusual circumstances, beyond the control of the class involved, the Glee Committee may amend this rule.} 5) Dress rehearsal hours as planned by the Glee Managers and the Freshman Glee Committee will be strictly enforced on Saturday morning of Freshman Glee. Any class arriving late will lose that portion of their time in the Fieldhouse. Any class exceeding its practice time will be penalized at the discretion of the Freshman Glee Committe, provided a formal complaint is lodged. 6) Excluding dress rehearsal, only appointed Class Managers and Freshman Glee Managers may visit class practices other than their own for a period of more than 5 minutes. 7) Seniors may spend any additional practice time outside of scheduled Glee practices to plan and practice Senior Skits or to assist freshmen with their marching. The Senior Skits will normally presented at 7:00 p.m. on Friday of Glee Week (March 8, 1985), but the Senior Class may choose another time at its discretion. A decision as to the date and time of Senior Skits shall be made no later than Monday before Glee Week (February 25, 1985) • V. Freshman Glee Night Regulations A. Only the following clothes will be worn during the performance: 1) Glee T-shirts (these may vary in color and design) 2) Dark blue pants or jeans 3) Socks The use of buttons, stickers, pins, ribbons, etc. , is not permitted. B. Only Seniors will be allowed to: 1) Use the center s to the stage 2) Wear hats or other headgear C. Bets involving members of the facultYI administration, or clerical support staffs are expressly prohibited. Faculty members may, however, permit the use part of the classroom time for the paying of bets. Since this is determined by each faculty member, his/her permission must be sought and received in advance. D. Bets between two people involving a third person are forbidden, unless consented to by all parties concerned. E. Bets that might involve property damage, personal injury, or violation of state, federal, or municipal law are expressly prohibited. F. Bets that are wasteful, ecologically questionable l or involve excessive use of alcohol should be discouraged. G. All bets must be paid Monday. 1/30/85 full by 10:00 p.m. on Blue MEMORANDUM TO: flUu eifhtJ~- F;Zq~ FROM: Glee Managers DATE; January 31, 1985 S~CT: 1985 Glee Attached is a copy of the revised rules and regulations approved at last nights Senate meet;.(~. ~ FRESHMAN GLEE, 1985 RULES and REGULATIONS Freshman Glee is one of the oldest traditions on the Willamette University campus. The purpose of Freshman Glee to bring about class unity and to enable students to get to know each other better. The following rules and regulations are approved herewith by the Freshman Glee Co-Managers in conjunction with the Freshman Glee Committee. I. Theme Beginning in 1981 it was determined that the theme of Freshman Glee will vary according to four general musical formats. These themes/formats are: "Novelty" (1985), "Alma Mater" (1986),. "Serenade" (1987), and "Fight" (1988). Themes will continue to rotate on this basis so that during a four-year period each class will have an opportunity to compete in each theme. II. Freshman Glee Date Freshman Glee will be held the evening of the Saturday prior to the beginning of Spring Vacation (March 9, 1985). III. Eligibility Only students currently enrolled at ~illamette University will be eligible to participate in Freshman Glee. Other eligibility questions shall be resolved by the Freshman Glee Committee. IV. and Procedures A. The Senate of the Associated Students of Willamette University will appoint a Freshman Glee Manager(s). Freshman students interested in the position may petition consideration. The Freshman Glee Manager(s) will be appointed prior to October 15. B. The Freshman Glee Manager(s) will establish a Freshman Glee Committee composed of the Class Manager(s) from each class to be appointed by their respective ass Councils. These Managers (or their designated repre- - sentative) will exercise one vote on behalf of their class in Committee decisions and/or recommendations to the Glee Manager(s). The Glee Manager(s) will not have a vote. This Committee will review Freshman Glee rules, assist the Freshman Glee Manager(s) in arranging practice schedules, contacting judges, etc. It will also review all complaints with regard to rule infractions and will determine penalties, if any. The Class Manager(s) fr9m the allegedly offending class shall not have a vote in such instances. C. The Class Manager(s) will act as the over-all class organizer for his/her class, seeing that all deadlines are met, rules complied with, etc. The Class Manager(s) will appoint persons from their respective classes to the following positions: 1) Song Writer(s): Composes original words and music appropriate to the Freshman Glee theme. 2) Song Leader(s): Teaches the class song to those members of the class participating in Freshman Glee. 3) Choreographer(s): Plans the formations (a maximum of three for the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes and a maximum of two for the Freshman class) and movements from one formation to the next. 4) March Leader(s): Coordinates practices of marching and formations. 5) T-Shirt Designer(s): Designs the class t-shirt to be worn on Glee night. 6) Accompanist(s): Provides piano accompaniment during practices and the performance on Glee night of the class song and formations. Anyone person may fulfill more than one of these positions. D. Words and music for class songs will be due in the Office of Student Activities (University Center) no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, February 18, 1985. There will be a penalty of four (4) points from the final point total for any class that does not meet this deadline, subject to the discretion of the Glee Committee. E. At a special assembly to be held the Sunday beginning Glee Week (March 3, 1985), the Freshman Class Manager{s) or a class representative will issue a formal Freshman Glee Challenge to the other three classes. Represen­tatives of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes will respond in an appropriate manner. (The challenge may also be issued at the University Convocation prior to Glee Week if deemed appropriate by, the Freshman Glee and University Convocation Committees.) F. Only ,the SongWriters, Song Leadersi Choreographers, and March~Leaders may-play class songs prior to Sunday of Glee Week (March 3, 1985). G. Glee practices shall begin the Monday_prior to Freshman Glee (Monday, March 4, 1985). A schedule of practices will be arranged by the Freshman Glee Manager(s) and approved by the Freshman Glee Committee no later than the Wednesday prior to Glee Week (February 27~ -1985)~ During the practice sessions the following regulations shall be in effect: 1) No alcohol will be allowed anywhere on the campus grounds. 2) No playing or practicing of class songs or marching formations may be done by groups more than four persons in the same room, at the same time during Glee Week except during assigned practice hours. 3) No marching will be allowed on the circular stairway in the University Center. 4) Any c s may choose to eliminate or forfeit a practice, but once this is done, no make-up time will be allowed. (In unusual circumstances, beyond the control of the class involved, the Glee Committee may amend this rule.) 5) Dress sal hours as planned by the Glee Managers and the Freshman Glee Committee will be strictly enforced on Saturday morning of Freshman Any class arriving will lose that portion of their time in the Fieldhouse. Any class exceeding its practice time will be penalized at the discretion of Freshman Committe, provided a formal complaint is lodged. 6) Excluding dress rehearsal, only appointed Class Managers and Freshman Glee Managers may visit class practices other than their own for a period of more than 5 minutes. 7) Seniors may spend any additional practice time outside of scheduled Glee practices to plan and practice Senior Skits or to assist freshmen with the marching. The Senior Skits will normally be presented at 7:0n p.m. on Friday of Glee Week (March 8, 1985), but the Senior Class may choose another time at its discretion. A decision as to the date and time of Senior Skits shall be made no later than Monday before Glee Week (February 25, 1985). V.- Freshman Glee Night Regulations A. Only the following clothes wi be worn during the final performance: 1) T-shirts (these may vary in color and ign) 2) Dark blue pants or jeans 3) Socks use of buttons, stickers, pins, ribbons, etc., is not permitted. B. Only Seniors will be allowed- to: 1) Use the center steps to the stage 2) Wear hats or other headgear C. The classes will enter the Fieldhouse and march to their seats in the following order: Freshmen, Soph­omores, Juniors. D. The Senior Class, by virtue of their longevity, may enter the Fieldhouse in any manner they 1 appro-priate. They will have a maximum 15 minutes to present their previous Glee songs or to lampoon or otherwise heckle the other classes. No other class may be involved in the heckling. E. Only piano(s) may be used to accompany the classes. F. No verbal or visual clues may be given during the final performance of marching and/or songs. G. No hand or body movements will be allowed during the final performance other than the marching itself. (Specifically, no body movements are permitted during the rendition of the song.) H. Heckling and the use of water (or any like substance) are expressly prohibited during the entrances of the classes or the performances of formations and songs. I. During the marching and rendition class songs, all classes except the Senior Class must remain in their seats. No class may physically impede or otherwise heckle any other class during the performance. All classes must remain silent during the rendition of Glee songs. VII. Infractions A. The Freshman Glee Committee will review all complaints with regard to rule infractions and will determine penalties, if any. The Class Manager(s) from the allegedly offending class shall not have a vote in such instances. B. The members of the Freshman Glee Committee shall represent_their class in the compilation of final points and the possible assessment of penalty points in the event of an infraction. VIII. Blue Monday The Monday following Freshman Glee (March 11, 1984) shall be designated "Blue Monday II during which day bets will be paid by the losers. The following regulations apply: A. Classes will be held as usual, except 11:00 a.m. classes which will be rescheduled for 11:00 a.m. on the next Thursday (March 14, 1985)_ B. The class which placed fourth at Glee shall walk the Mill Stream from Sparks Center to the University Center during the 11:00 a.m. hour. c. Bets involving members of the faculty, administration, or clerical support staffs are expressly prohibited. Faculty members may, however, permit the use of part of the classroom time for the paying of bets. Since this is determined by each faculty member, his/her permission must be sought and received in advance. D. Bets between two people involving a third person are forbidden, unless consented to by all parties concerned. E. Bets that might involve property damage, personal ury, or violation of state, federal, or municipal law are expressly prohibited. F. Bets that are wasteful, ecologically questionable, or involve excessive use of alcohol should be discouraged. G. All bets must be paid in Monday. 1/30/85 1 by 10:00 p.rn: on Blue 1985 Freshmen Glee Phone Guide Glee Managers Larry Didway LAU 312 (Box B176) x6622 Eric. Fishman NAT 313 (Box B293) x6898 Dana Lommen DNY 211 (Box A156) x6956 Jon Radmacher LAU 320 (Box G212) x6945 Helen Siggins DNY 339 (Box H132) x6899 Senior Class Managers Beaton NAT 206 (Box C261) x6793 Jim Lottsfeldt KS 211 (Box G149) x6671 Mark Olsen KS 211 (Box B146) x6671 Kathy Stinson Off (Box E120) 585-1504 Junior Class Managers Colleen Carter Off (Box F225) 585-4136 Kelly Hollinger BKP 230 (Box G201) x6599 Sophomore Class ,,1anagers Amy Cannon DG 17 (Box A143) x6554 Kurt Heisler KS 210 (Box B109) x6974 Kathy Quickstad ACO 3 (Box F263) x6560 Kelly Holf PBP 19 (Box H195) x6727 Freshmen Class Managers Leanne Chrisman DNY 117 (Box A261) x6952 Gene Hall BTP 205 (Box C191) x6833 John Rhoades DTD 104 (Box E295) x6784 Vijay Singh LAU 221 (Box H156) x6617 1985 Freshmen Glee Phone Guide Larry Didway LAD 312 (Box B176) x6622 Eric. Fishman HAT 313 (Box B293) x6898 Dana Lommen DNY 211 (Box A156) x6956 Jon Radmacher LAD 320 (Box G212) x6945 Helen Siggins DNY 339 (Box H132) x6899 Senior Class Managers Lynn Beaton MAT 206 (Box C261) x6793 Jim Lottsfeldt KS 211 (Box G149) x6671 Mark Olsen KS 211 (Box B146) x6671 Kathy Stinson Off (Box E120) 585-1504 Junior Class Managers . Colleen Carter Off (Box F225) 585-4136 Kelly Hollinger BKP 230 (Box G201) x6599 Class Amy Cannon DG 17 (Box Al43) x6554 Kurt Heisler KS 210 (Bnx BlD9) x6974 Kathy Quickstad ACO 3 (Box F263) x6560 Kel Wolf PBP 19 (Box H195) x6727 Freshmen Class Managers Leanne Chrisman DNY 117 (Box A261) x6952 Gene Hall BTP 205 (Box C191) x6833 John Rhoades DTD 104 (Box E295) x6784 Vijay Singh LAD 221 (Box H156) x6617 3'30 1- XL 'if-.. L G ~L /YJ y~ m XL S '~ L-L- /111 J11 fo1 L L 5 /VI fr1 M L ~ ACo T:b~ J :t: 3. ~ 5" <p. I fj : ') F)tJD --- L flit L L. 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(f[ l d.­( PQtp1 0~1CJ (1p5'33 {tJ1~ eo6&"d­( PS-33 .L, '.,Xt.­:~ E gL XL Xl- &s-oCo &&3(P &13"d- 'S ~~ &~7' ~b~ ttf.ff~- ~~~~-~-WJSIf (p t( 3'3 'eft- CAl lSi} q~ D3 - /b1' &n "JVt. &~~6j 1Vl, tvl1..4- / 5 (P93/ e,1Vl . {RLR~1 Xl- O~ HALL ,... .E<.i.} O.SS l gn !::; i].. ; e -~. '5~~ t h,~ t ors as muc as pass ble so t cur organlza; ke 0 crder s T-sh r Phoiil? S ze (S~M,L,XL) COlor --------------------------~--------------------------- --------------n-------- Oc{d SJ:-3 1.o'18?- L "e4 ~~'" 'dVu'srno--. Cq'li);;L fVI . ~ ~ J'. ~~ (g9tJ;;;J. m \r ,y . L l'--l-""t. ~ ",--, . ~\ rv'\ ~e"o.CL: (Q 7{1 1 L . 6 F'-tEU ~~-~~~'----/'~f·· ~/;vvc. Ct· C€tj ( 1-L <-flcunr DO NOT THRO"H THIS AWAY .... THIS IS IMPORTANT ••• PLEASE READ THIS •••. February 17, 1985 Dear Freshman Class, Freshman Glee is now a ttle over two weeks away and is to organized. rst, we would 1 to encourage you to participate s prestigious activity. Glee is one of the oldest traditions at Willamette. Glee is our chance to prove to the upper classmen that we are not only larger numbers but also better all ways. Glee consists of des marching formations and singing our own song. We present our formation and song in an all school assembly and we are judged on many things including participation and spi t. In working on Glee for over four w-eeks~ we can assure you that this year 11 not only be fun but rewarding. There are a few things "lire Ivould to call your attention to: 1) GLEE ~\,EEK starts Monday, March 4 and ends on Saturday night Harch 9. 2) BLUE HONDAY is Honday, l'1arch II. 3) T-SHIRT DESIGNS will be decided on by the Freshman Class Glee Committee on Fri ,February 22. If anyone l<!Quld 1 to design a shirt and enter in the competition, then submit to John Rhoades BOX 95 noon on Friday, 22. If 'v-le select yours you will win a free shirt for competition night. 4) IF YOU are interested in participating in Glee, se 11 out the slip at the bottom and return to BOX E295 by February 22. 5) INFOR}I'"cATIONAL MEETING for all Freshmen will be held soon. 6) QUESTIONS? Call John Rhoades 67 ,Leanne Chrisman 6952, Gene Hall 6833, jay Singh 6617. THANK YOU .•. John, Leanne, Gene, Vijay, the Freshman Class Glee " NAHE, _____________________ _ ADDRESS __________________________________ _ PHONE ____________________________________ _ RETUR'\ TO BOX E295 RETURN TO BOX E295 RE'TURN TO BOX E295 you are no~ aware, the glee ball is rolling. We, the Glee managers, have several new ideas that we've been working an. one of these ideas is the revival of the c llenge. Glee originated en the President oT the Freshman class 'challenged' the other classes to a competition. the importance the challenge has declined over the past I think that it could be a real spirit-building activi if the challenge was revived, through planning and participation. and was once again made into the kickofT Tor glee week. UnTor tely. participation the past several years has been small (if not completel~ destitute!). I'd like to bring back the challenge, but it can only be done with your help. If the glee committee decides that reviving the challenge is stupid, then we won't do it. But if you too would like to see it revived, please drop ~our name in m~ box (Q-212) or give me a call <*6945). Thank Vou, ~~\(:>.~ Jon dmacher FRESHMAN GLEE JUDGES 1985 LYRICS/COMPOSITION 1.Mrs. Betty Shamberger 364-2353 6020 Fruitland Rd. NE Salem, Or. 97301 2.Mrs. Christine Kirkwood 390-2273 254 Sandy Dr. N. Salem. 6r. 97303 3.Mrs. Barbara Rice 256-5262 12345 NE Fremont Portland. Or. 97230 VOCAL RENDITION/PRESENTATION 1. Salem. Or. 2.1~. James I. Brown 1680 Winter ST. SE , Or. 97302 3.Mrs. Jeanene Bartz 2298 Timothy Dr. NW Salem, Or. 97304 4. Carlile lorida . 97219 MARCHING/FORMATION 1.Mr. John l'lelty 132 N. Hazel Fern Pl. Portland. Or. 97232 2.Mr. Richard P. Kraft 5756 72nd Ave. SE Salem. Or. 97301 362-0839 362-0772 364-7768 774-2759 232-0477 581-8686 , 3.Rep. uglas Bosco (202) 225-3311 U.S. Ho e of Representatives '\Ilashingto D.C. February 19, 1985 The Honorable Douglas 80KCO United States House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Representative Bosco: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of marching and formations for Freshman Glee 1985, IlNovelty: Our Unforgettable Past. II The schedule for Saturday, March 9, is as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room, Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest is invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370 .. 6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Wl11amette University and look forward to meeting you on f~arch 9. Sincerely, Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19, 1985 Riehard P. Kraft 5756 72nd Ave. SE Salem, OR 97301 Dear Mr. Kraft: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of marching and formations for Freshman Glee 1985. "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Past. 1I The schedule for Saturday, March 9, 1s as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room. Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest is invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370·6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Willamette University and look forward to meeting you on March 9. Sincerely, !-Ielen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19 t 1985 John Welty 132 N. Hazel Fern Pl. Portland t OR 97232 Dear Mr. Welty: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of marching and formations for Freshman Glee 1985, IfNovelty: Our Unforgettable Past.1I The schedule for Saturday, March 9. 1s as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room. Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House. Sparks Center Your spouse or guest 1s invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 310-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with W111amette University and look forward to meeting you on March Sincerely, Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19, 1985 James I. Boown 1680 Winter St. SE Salem, OR 91302 Dear Mr. Brown: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of vocal rendition and presentation for Freshman Glee 1985, tlNovelty: Our Unforgettable Past. tI The schedule for Saturday, March 9. is as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Han-ison Conference Room$ Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge" Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House" Sparks Center Your spouse or guest is invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Willamette University and look forward to meeting you on March 9. Sincerely, Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19, 1985 Barbara Barrie 3691 Hillview Dr. SE Salem, OR 97302 Dear Mrs. Barrie: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of vocal rendition and presentation for Freshman Glee 1985, "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Past. ti The schedule for Saturday, March 9, is as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room, Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest is invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Wil1amette University and look forward to meeting you on March 9. Sincerely, Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co~Manager HS/hd February t 1985 Ben Carl.le 1247 SW Florida Portland, 91219 Dear Mr. Carlile: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of vocal rendition and presentation for Freshman Glee 1985, "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Past.11 The scr~dule for Saturday, March 9t is as follows: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room, Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest 15 invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to can the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement th WHlamette University and look forward to u~eting you on March 9. Sincerely. Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman ee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19 t 1985 Jeanene Bartz 2298 Timothy Dr. NW Salem, 97304 Dear f4rs. Bartz: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a judge of vocal rendition and presentation for Freshman Glee 1985 11 "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Past.1i The schedule for Saturday, March 9f is as follovis: 6:00 pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room, Putnam University Center 6:30 pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge. Putnam University Center 7:30 pm G1 ee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest 1s invited to attend all events as well. If you have any questions, feel free to can the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Wil1amette University and look forward to meeting you on flilaren 9. Sincerely!! Helen Sigg1ns 1985 freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd February 19, 1985 Baraara Rice 12345 HE Fremont Portland, OR 97230 Dear Mrs. Rl ce: Thank. you for agreeing to serve as a Freshman Glee judge for lyrics and composition. The theme for G1ee 1985 is IINovelty: Our Unforgettable Past" and we look. forward to it with much enthusiasm! I have enclosed copies of the music and lyriCS for all four classes, as well as the judging sheet,. Please return the music and ballot to the Student Activities Office in the enclosed envelope at your earliest convenience, but prior to March 4. We hope that you and your guest will be able to join us on Saturday, March 9, for the Glee performance. Saturday's schedule is as follows: Recept10n for Judges and Honored Guests Glee Performance 6:30 pm, Alumni lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm, Cone Field House, Sparks Center If you have any questions. feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement w1th Willamette University and hope to meet you on t4arch 9~ Sincerely. Helen S19gins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd enclosures February 19 ~ Ihwistine Kirkwood 254 Sandy Dr. N Salem, OR 97303 Dear Mrs. Kirk\<Jood: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a Freshman Glee judge for lyrics and composition. The theme for Glee is "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Pastil and we look forward to it with much enthusiasm! I have enclosed copies of the music and lyrics for all four classes, as well as the judging sheet. Please return the music and ballot to the Student Activities Office in the enclosed envelope at your earliest convenience, but prior to t.lareh 4. We hope that you and your guest will be able to join us on Saturday.,. March 9, for the Glee performance. Saturday's schedule is as follows! Reception for Judges and Honored Guests G1 aa Performance 6:30 pm, Alumni lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm, Cone Field Hou$e~ Sparks Center If you have any questions, feel free to can the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with W111amette University and hope to meet you on ~~rch Sincerely,. Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd enclosures February $ 1985 Betty Shamberger 6020 Fruitland Rd. Salem, OR 97301 Dear Mrs. Shamberger: Thank you for agreeing to serve as a Freshman Glee judge for lyrics and composition. The theme for Glee 1985 is "Novelty: Our Unforgettable Pastil and we look forward to it with much enthusiasm! I have enc~osed copies of the music and lyrics for all four classes, as well as the judging sheet. Please return the music and ballot to the Student Activities Office in the enclosed envelope at your earliest convenience, but prior to March We hope that you and your guest will be able to join us on Saturday, March 9, for the Glee performance. Saturday·s schedule is as follows: Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Glee Performance 6:30 pm, Alumni lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm, Cone Field House, Sparks Center If you have any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370-6463. We appreciate your time and involvement with Wil1amette Universi and hope to meet you on March 9. Sincerely, Helen Siggins 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd enclosures February 28. 1985 Elizabeth Geiger 5809 SE Taylor Portland, OR 97215 Dear • Geiger: Thank for agreeing to serve as a judge of marching and formations for Freshman Glee 1985, IlNovelty: Our Unforgettable Past.1I schedule for Saturday, March 9, is as follows: 6: pm Judges Information Session Harrison Conference Room, Putnam University Center 6: pm Reception for Judges and Honored Guests Alumni Lounge, Putnam University Center 7:30 pm Glee Performance Cone Field House, Sparks Center Your spouse or guest is invited to attend all events as well. If you bave any questions, feel free to call the Student Activities Office at 370 .. 6463« We appreciate your time and involvement with Willamette University and look forward to meeting you on March 9. Sincerely, Helen Sigg1ns 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager HS/hd RATING SHEET SUMMARY FIRST::;: 10 points SECOND = 8 points THIRD = 6 points FOURTH = 4 points ! FRESHMAN SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORS I f . I Place \ Points Place , Points Place Points Placet Points WORDS AND MUSIC I ! Judge #1 ,;z 't ! /0 v~ (:c" 4' I .-/ j Judge #2 ( /c:;> cQ. "i 4 q -:: ,:..., i I Judge #3 I 10 ~ '8 4 ;;::: ,'=j ,; I i.O TOTAL eXy d __ ~ Jd )r:..., t I PRESENTATION r , I Judge #1 ...$ f Gp J i 10 4 <f c< y I Judge #2 o? 1; ( /0 <f </ .i I Cp i ,J..u dge #" 3 ,5 ~ I ! /0 t.L "-;I .Q:1 I r .jI ! ---, i I ?;'~:=2 I I TOTAL "';C'I l.,z J I ! i I ! ! I I I FORMATION i I 4 I' ! I I j Judge #1 ~ I ,t 3 (,;;, / /0 I j Judge #2 i..i 4 I I ! /a -.:; c.,~ ;::,;;:: '15 1 Judge #3 'f </ ) ID "'Jl ~ eX' f , .. ! 0 I !TOTAL l<~: (p I 'd- e:;> 'it j v I . ( I I ! PENAL TIES -'{. r I I GRAND TOTAL &0 i rtf ,/0 1&(/ ! 1 I I I I PLACE . .. J I FRESHMAN GLEE WORDS AND MUSIC RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT RULES: Judging shall be made on: (1) Adaptability of words and music to theme, (2) Adaptability of words to the mus lc I (3) Quality the music I and (4) quality of the words. Each of these categories to be measured on a scale of 1 - 10 points (10 paints being best). Please complete the chart below according to the ratings in each category. The theme for this year's Freshman G.1ee is: I CLASS 1 ADAPTABILITY ADAPTABILITY: . QUALITY: QUALITY: TOTAL TO THEME WORDS TO MUSIC WORDS MUSIC POINTS SENIORS 5" 5 , iT ~<f) JUNIORS <7 .5 i7 ~~ ;(9' . SOPHOMORES 9 ? :at ? .:t. <i 33 FRESHMEN 7 9 6h :f1 .81 (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of this ballot.) FIRST PLACE: .5 f!? Aj,e; t2lQre.z.. TOTAL POINTS: 33 I SECOND PLACE: £c.~d/4-?cZ H TOTAL POINTS: 31 THI.R D PLACE: J U12.l0 1"'::7 TOTAL POINTS: FOURTH PLACE: .7' ef::J. i. 0 r ;::f TOTAL POINTS: After completing this ballot 1 please sign below 1 place this form and, the words and music for the songs in the self-addressed stamped envelope and mail as soon as possible I preferably at least ten days prior to the date of Freshman Glee. .;1.9 ,;{tJ THANK YOU for your assistance in our annual Freshman Glee. We hope you enjoyed the experience and will able to attend the event itself! ~~~~~~ .. ~~ ~~&;;b ~.~ ~~~~~.) (~~~~~~. ~;~ ~ ~ ~""'-' ~ • ~~¥'~~.~~ ~,) FRESHMAN GLEE WORDS AND MUSIC RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT YEAR: ~~:;........-= RULES; Judging shall be made on: (1) Adaptability of words and music to theme, (2) Adaptability of words to the music, (3) Quality the music I and (4) quality of the words. Each of these categories is to be measured on a scale of 1 - 10 points (10 pOints being best). Please complete the chart below according to the ratings in each category. for this yearl s Freshma n Glee is: theme CLASS ADAPTABILITY i ADAPT ABILITY: QUALITY: QUALITY: TOTAL TO THEME WORDS TO MU SIC WORDS MUSIC POINTS SENIORS ~ .3 ~fO JUNIORS '7 ~ 15· 1~ SOPHOMORES b « FRESHMEN ." ., (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of this ballot.) FIRST PLACE: fr eo sb meA y\ TOTAL POINTS: 3' SECOND PLACE: S~nOmOT~ TOTAL POINTS: ~O THI.R D PLACE: Senlors TOTAL POINTS: ~O FOURTH PLACE: :s u ~~Q(.s TOTAL POINTS: l~ After completing this ballot, please sign below J place this form and the words and music for the songs in the self-address stamped envelope and mail as soon as possible, preferably at least ten prior to the date of Freshman Glee. THANK YOU for your assistance in our annual Freshman Glee. We hope you oyed the experience and will be able to attend the event itselfl JUDGE'S SIG AIU RE FRESHMAN GLEE WORDS AND MUSIC RU S - OFFICV\L BALLOT YEAR: \ ,\t 5, RULES: @ Judging shall be made on: (1) Adaptability of words and music to theme I (2) Adaptability of words to the music I (3) Quality of the music I and (4) quality of the word s. Each of these categories is to be measured on a scale of 1 - 10 pOints 00 points being best) .. Plea se complete the chart below according to the ratings in each category. The theme for this year's Freshma n Glee is: CLASS ADAPTABILITY I ADAPTABILITY: ,// QUALITY: QUALITY: TOTAL TO THEME . WORDS TO MUSIC WORDS MUSIC POINTS SENIORS 5 .~ // C ~ I <\ \~ JUNIORS .5 ~ ?:,. \ \\ SOPHOMORES <h .~ .~ f.5 a9- FRESHMEN ~ ,; 11- ~ 3\ ?(AnY explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of this ballot.) ~ FIRST PLACE: \-\~'L. TOTAL POINTS: SECOND PLACE: ~~<:':' TOTAL POINTS: TH I.R D PLACE: ~~ TOTAL POINTS: iF FOURTH PLACE: ~fl(\ A &'\A.J TOTAL POINTS: After completing this ballot I please sign below J place this form and the words and . music for the songs in the self-addressed stamped envelope and mail as soon as possible / preferably at least ten days prior to the date of Freshman Glee. Q'::f- \~ THANK YOU for your assistance in our annual Freshman Glee. We hope you enjoyed the experience and will be able to attend the event itselfl fCD ~l~ ~~ ~ L~~"'-­~~ ~ ~J-.. ~ 0--. '('cr-e-J ~ ~ ~~S~·~ ~~, ;p o a~ ~ -\ A..cv~+<yU UJ-na ~~~.) ~ ~ ~wl. !~\r~ -vrv ~ cl.D ,N~ ~~ ~ ..k, ~ r \/~ ~~-.~~)~~~~, FRESHMAN GLEE PRESENTATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT !J)rJ : YEAR: -19-8-5 -=~ RULES: Judging shall be made on (1) Vocal Rendition (10 pOints maximum) I (2) Tone quality (5 pOints maximum) I (3) Diction (S pOints maximum) 1 and (4) Expression (5 points maximum). In all cases t the higher the number of points I the better the presentation. Please complete the chart below according to your ratings in each category: LASS RENDITION DICTION EXPRESSION 5 5 oints maximu SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN / (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of the ballot) FIRST PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: -~f--- SECOND PLACE: sen I vr: TOTAL POINTS: THIRD PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: _...:..-.::..-_ FOURTH PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: _-L--/--_ After completing this ballot I please sign below I place this form in the envelope provided ,. seal it I and give it to your host/hostess for delivery to the ballot counters. THANK YOU for your assistance in our Annual Freshman Glee. We hope you enjoyed the experience! JUDGE I S SIGNATU RE FRESHMAN GLEE PRESENTATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT YEAR: 1985 @ RULES: Judging shall be made on (I) Vocal Rendition (10 points maximum) I (2) Tone quality (S pOints maximum) I (3) Diction (5 points maximum) I and (4) Expression (5 points maximum). In all cases I the higher the number of pOints I the better the presentation. Plea se complete the chart below according to your ratings in each category: CLASS RENDITION TONE DICTION EXPRESSION TOTAL POINT S 00 points) (5) (5) (5) , (25 points maximurr SENIORS ~ 4 :t, 5 t~ 14 JUNIORS :P ~ :}; 5 ~lf> 16 SOPHOMORES -ID ;; £ f: -:IS - 2~~ FRESHMEN tV ~ C; A ~~ (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of the ballot) FIRST PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: ___ _ SECOND PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: TH IRD PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: ---- FOURTH PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: ___ _ After completing this ballot I please sign below I place this form in the envelope provided, seal itt and give it to your host/hostess for delivery to the ballot counters. THANK YOU for your assistance in our Annual Freshman Glee. We hope you enjoyed the experience! JUDGE'S SIGNATURE ~....- FRESHMAN GLEE PRESENTATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT YEAR: _1_9_8_5_ ..... @J Judging shall be made on (1) Vocal Rendition (10 pOints maximum) I (2) Tone quality (5 pOints maximum) I (3) Diction (5 points maximum) I and (4) Expression (5 pOints maximum). In all cases I the higher the number of points, the better the presentation. Please complete the chart below according to your ratings in each category: PLASS RENDITION TONE DICTION EXPRESSION TOTAL POINT S (10 J)oints) (S) (5) (S) i (2 5 points maximurr SENIORS ,1 til '1 ~ lj 10 JUNIORS ;:; .• x- -;; 2- 1:2- SOPHOMORES ~ ~ , 4- 1 4· ::2.2; FRESHMEN fl.(J - J ~ :3 11;;> (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of the ballot) FIRST PLACE: SECOND PLACE: THIRD PLACE: FOURTH PLACE: TOTAL POINTS: ~ 0 TOTAL POINTS: TOTAL POINTS: __/ .- ;=:::-;-­/_ _ / z... TOTALPOINTS:~ __ __ After completing this ballot, please sign below, place this form in the envelope provided, seal it, and give it to your host/hostess for delivery to the ballot counters. THANK YOU for your assistance in our Annual Freshman Glee. We hope you enjoyed the experienc e ! FRESHMAN GLEE FORMATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT Y.EA R: --1-98-5w RULES: 1 • 2. 3. Any uniforms used by the participating classes will count no more than their neatness and uniformity contribute to the effectiveness of the song and formation. The song will be .presented from one basic formation by each class. No more than three formations are allowed per class EXCEPT Freshmen, who ma~ have only two. Participants shall not change positions during the rendition of the song. Judging begins when the participating class is announced and will end when members of the class have returned to their seats and are seated. 4. No stage properties or change in appearance of wearing apparel is permitted. A stage property is defined as any item other than original costumes. 5. No conductors are allowed; this includes song leaders and pianists. JUDGING: IN JUDGING FORMATIONS, EXECUTION OF THE FORHATIONS, ADAPTABILITY TO THE SONG AND THEME, AND TOTAL EFFECT SHALL BE CONSIDERED. USING A SCALE OF ~ ~(10 BEING THE HIGHEST), PLEA RATE THE CLASSES AFTER EACH PRESENTATION PLACING YOUR NUMERICAL RATINGS IN COLUHNS BELOW; 1. When judging EXECUTION consider: a. Preci pivots b. Uniformity of arm and leg movements c. Straight lines and appropriate spacing d. U ormity as participants move from one level of the risers to another e. Standing up and sitting down with precision 2. ADAPTABILITY should clude: how well the formations convey the ideas and feelings the song and the overall theme. 3. When judg g TOTAL EFFECT consi a. Uniqueness of the formations and the marching b. Level of difficulty of formations and spec ic moves c. Variety, innovation, and creativity d. Clarity of e formations and effective use of the risers CLASS EXECUTION LITY TOTAL CT TOTAL POINTS ACE SENIORS I JUNIORS I SOPHOMORES 7 24 FRESHMEN (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of this ballot -- ey a+8 greatly appreciated.) After complet provided, s g your ballot, please sign it, and give it to your ho THANK YOU for your assistance! in the envelope to ballot counters, j t' \ , ( t s l c I V) FRESHMAN GLEE FORMATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT RULES: YEAR: 1985 1. Any uniforms used by the participating classes will count no more than their neatness and uniformity contribute to the effectiveness of the song and formation. 2. The song will be .presented from one basic formation by each class. No more than three formations are allowed per class EXCEPT Freshmen. who maJ have only two. Participants shall not change posit~ons during the rendition of the song. I ' 3. Judging begins when the participating class is announced and will end when members of the class have returned to their seats and are seated. 4. No s ge proper es or change in appearance of wearing apparel is permitted. A stage property is defined as any item other than original costumes. 5. No conductors are owed; this includes song leaders and pianists~ JUDGING: IN JUDGING FORMATIONS, EXECUTION OF THE FORMATIONS, ADAPTABILITY TO THE SONG AND THEME, AND TOTAL EFFECT SHALL BE CONSIDERED. USING A SCALE OF ~ ~(10 BEING THE HIGHEST), PLEASE RA THE CLA AFTER CH PRESENTATION PLACING YOUR NUM ICAL RATINGS IN COLUMNS BELOW. 1. When judging EXECUTION consider: a. Preci pivots b. Uniformity of ar.m and leg movem s c. ight I s ~nd 6priate spacing .~ d. Uniformity as partic pants move from one level of the risers to another e. Standing up and sitting down with precision 2. ADAPTABILITY should include: how well the formati the ... and feelings of e song the ov 3. When judging TOTAL EFFECT consider: a. Uniqueness of the formations and the marching b. Level of difficulty of formations and specific moves c. Variety, innovation, and creativity . Clarity of the formations and effective use of the risers CLASS SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOHORES FRESHMEN (Any explanatory comments may be wr en on the reverse side of this ballot -- they are greatly appreciated.) After completing your ballot, please sign below, place . provided, seal it, and give it to your host for del THANK YOU for your assistance! envelope t - counters, RULES: YEAR: 1985 @ FRESHMAN GLEE FORMATION RULES - OFFICIAL BALLOT 1. Any uniforms used by the participating classes will count no more than their neatness and uniformity contribute to the effectiveness of the song and formation. 2. The song will be presented from one basic formation by each class. No more than three formations are allowed per class ~XCE~';LYr_E2.shm~.n.L~~o ma~ have only two. Participants shall not change positions during the ._-­re- ndi tlon or~ihe song. 3. Judging begins when the participating class is announced and will end when members of the class have returned to their seats and are seated. 4. No stage properties or change in appearance of wearing apparel is permitted. A stage property is defined as any item other than original costumes. 5. No conductors are allowed; this includes ~ng leaders and pianists. JUDGING: IN JUDGING FORMATIONS, EXECUTION OF THE FORMATIONS, ADAPTABILITY TO THE SONG AND THEME, AND TOTAL EFFECT SHALL BE CONSIDERED. USING A SCALE OF ~ ~(10 BEING THE HIGHEST), PLEASE RATE THE CLASSES AFTER EACH PRESENTATION BY PLACING YOUR NUMERICAL RATINGS IN THE COLUMNS BELOW; 1. vmen jc::dging EXECUTION_ consider: a. Precls~ pivots b. Uniformity of arm and leg movements c. Straight lines and appropriate spacing d. Uniformity as participants move from one level of the risers to another e. Standing up and sitting down with precision 2. ADAPTABILITY should include: how well the formations convey the ldBas and feelings of the song and the overall theme. 3. l'lhen judging TOTAL EFFECT consider: a. Uniqueness of the formations and the marching b. Level of difficulty of formations and specific moves c. Variety, innovation, and creativity d. Clarity of the formations and effective use of the risers CLASS EXECUTION ADAPTABILITY TOTAL EFFECT TOTAL POINTS PLACE SENIORS 1 Z 1 G ::2 , '- JUNIORS .~ /f) ~ lc( = 3 sopHm40RES /0 It .. / 0 rt FRESHHEN t g ;;2/ tf ( (Any explanatory comments may be written on the reverse side of this ballot -- they a+e greatly appreciated.) After completing your ballot, please sign below, place in the envelope provided, seal it, and give it to your hO~.Q.~deliV;,€r;1 to ballot counters THANK YOU for your assistance! \ I . " 14 4./lr­JUDGE'S SI GN'A·TU E /0 q J / /0 10 ,iO I 1 19B5 Monday, March 4, !85 Tuesday, March 5, '85 Wednesday, March 6,'85 Thursday, March7, '85 Frida, March 8, '85 5-7 am 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field sophomores- Cone House Field House _noon-l Pll! noon-l pm freshmen- Alumni freshmen- Dining Lounge Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Dining sophomores- Waller Rooms 1 & 2 Aud. juniors- Waller juniors- Cone Aud. Field House seniors- Cone seniors- Alumni" Field House Lounge 4-5 pm 4-5 pm freshmen- Dining freshmen- Alumni Rooms 1 & 2 Lounge sophomores- Waller sophomores-Dining Aud. Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Cone juniors- Waller Field House Aud. . seniors- Alumni seniors- Cone Lounge Field House 7-9 7-9 pm freshmen- Waller freshmen- Cone Aud. Field House sophomores- Cone sophomores- Alumni Field House Lounge juniors- Alumni juniors- Dining Lounge, Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Dining seniors- Waller Rooms 1 & 2 Aud. 5-7 am juniors- Cone Field House noon-l freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. 4-5 pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Wa:t1er Aud. seniors- Alumni Lounge 7-9 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 5-7 am seniors- Cone Field House ~~ freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge . seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 4-5 pm freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Alumni Lounge,· . juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. 7-9 pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-l pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. 4-5 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 8-10 pm (after senior ski freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 *seniors-Cone Field House (*8-9 marching, 9-10 song) ) Saturda I March ~" '85 8-9 am freshmen- Cone Field House 9-10 am sophomores- Cone 'Field House 10-11 am juniors- Cone Field House II-noon seniors- Cone Field House 7:30 pm GLEE NIGHT Monday, March 4, ~85 Tuesday, March 5, '85 Wednesday, March 6,'85 Thursday, March?, '85 Frida, March 8, '85 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 4-5 pm freshmen­Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge 7-9 pm freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 5-7 am sophomores- Cone Field House noon-1 pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge 4-5 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores­Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 7-9 pm freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. am juniors- Cone Field House noon-1 pm 4-5 7-9 freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores­Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. pm freshmen- Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone field House juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Alumni Lounge pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 5-7 am seniors- Cone Field House freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 4-5 pm freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores­Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. 7-9 pm freshmen­Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-1 pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- 1;{aller Aud. 4-5 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 8-10 pm (after senior ski freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 *seniors- Cone Field House (*8-9 marching, 9-10 song) ) Saturday, March 8-9 am freshmen- Cone Field House 9-10 am sophomores- Cone . Field House 10-11 am juniors- Cone Field House II-noon seniors- Cone Field House 7:30 pm GLEE NIGHT '85 19B5 Monday, March 4, ! 8:5 Tuesday, March 5, '85 Wednesday, March 6, '85 Thursday, Ma~ch 7 " " I 85 Frida , March 8, '85 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-1 P_I!! freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 4-5 Pm. freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House . seniors- Alumni Lounge 7-9 pm freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 5-7 am sophomores- Cone Field House noon-l pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors'- Alumni Lounge 4-5 pm freshmen- Alumni, Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 7-9 pm freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. 5-7 am juniors- Cone Field House noon-1 freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- ~valler Aud. seniors- Alumni Lounge 7-9 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Waller , ,Aud. seniors- Cone Field Ilouse am seniors- Cone Field House freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 4-5 pm freshmen- Cone , 'Field House sophomores- Alumni Lounge, juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-l pm freshmen- Dining' Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 8-10 pm (after senior skit 3) freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 *seniors- Cone Field House (*8-9 marching, 9-10 song) saturda , March 9, '8 8-9 am freshmen- Cone Field House 10 am sophomores- Cone 'Field House 10-11 am juniors- Cone Field House II-noon seniors- Cone Field House 7:30 pm GLEE NIGHT 19B5 Monday, March 4, !B5 Tuesday, March 5, '85 Wednesday, March 6,'85 Thursday, March7, '85 Frida, March 8, '85 Saturday, t-1arch9,< '85 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-l pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House . seniors- Alumni Lounge freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 5-7 am sophomores- Cone Field House noon-l pm 4-5 freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Alumni Lounge freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 7-9 pm freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- waller Aud. 5-7 am juniors- Cone. Field House noon-l pm 4-5 7-9 freshmen- Cone Field House sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Waller Aud. pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- waller Aud • seniors- Alumni Lounge pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 juniors- waller Aud. seniors- Cone Field House 5-7 am seniors- Cone Field House freshmen- Waller Aud. sophomoreS-Cane Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 4-5 pm freshmen- Cone Field Hous~u~ < sophomores- ~. l.~;;;~ juniors- Din~ Rooms 1 & 2 seniors- Waller Aud. 7-9 pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field seniors- 5-7 am freshmen- Cone Field House noon-l pm freshmen- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 sophomores- Cone Field House juniors- Alumni Lounge seniors- waller Aud. 4-5 pm freshmen- Alumni Lounge sophomores- Waller Aud. juniors- Cone Field House seniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 8-9 am freshmen- Cone Field House ·9-10 am sophomores- Cone < Field House 10-11 am juniors- Cone Field House II-noon seniors- Cone Field House 8-10 pm (after senior ski ) freshmen- waller Aud. sophomores- Alumni Lounge juniors- Dining Rooms 1 & 2 *seniors- Cone Field House (*8-9 marching, 9-10 song) 7:30 pm GLEE NIGHT 6': 30 pm 6:45 pm 7:30 pm FRESHMAN G EE SCHEDULE Reception, Alumni Lounge Tickets go on sale, Sparks Center Program Starts Classes Enter (Freshman, Sophomore. Junior, Senior) Senior Songs General Welcome (Helen) Alma Mater, Introduction of ~ul Trueblood (Dana) Dedication, Jessie!s Song (Helen, Jessie) Introduction of Judges Introduction of Senior Class Managers Senior Managers, Class Presentation Overview (John) Introduction of Junior Class Managers Junior Managers, Class Presentation 1936-1954 (Larry) Introduction of Sophomore Class f"lanagers Sophomore Managers, Class Presentation Wartime Glee (Eric) Introduction of Freshman Class Managers Freshman Managers, Class Presentation L C. C. Performance (Dana) Intermission until votes tabulated Introduction of Buzz (Dana) Announcement of Winner (Presentation of Glee Banner) I) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4) SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: 6) 7) ION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY; -Li brary Xel."ox -Media Servlces -Copy Charaes -Telephone ··Mi see 11 aneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400,00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 250,00 50.00 50.00 300.00 400.00 150.00 500.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 100.00 200.00 1) Class penses: :$ 250.00 2) Invitations/Tickets: 1 10.00 kdrop: 46.00 4) und/Lights: 355.00 ograms/Posters: 550.00 6) caption: 205.00 7) Flowers: 70.00 Piano Tuning: 150.00 staas: 300.00 10) airs: 100.00 11) Visqueen: 00.00 12) Phone Bills= lIO.OO py arges: 35.00 14) xedo Cleaning: 40.00 15) Sl.ides: 10.00 EXPEND I :$ 2361.00 TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation :$ 1400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 2200.00 I) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TI 3) 8ACKDROP: 4) SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAt4S : 6) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER" 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNI --Li brary XeJ:"o>,~ -Media Servlces -Copy Charges -Telephone --Miscellaneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400.00 ~Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 250.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 aoo.oo 150.00 500,00 100.00 100.00 200.00 $2100.00 $2200.00 1) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4) SOUND IPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: 6) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY: '-Library Xero}( -Media Servlces -Cop y Char 8es fb·oc -Telephone 40. co -Miscellaneous ~~.DO TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 , V\::;'G~·1i\ • -tv)(~ll.'\.""'''''' S~ $ 250.00 50.00 50.00 ~S.<q4- 3 0 0 • 0 0 ?;>SD 00 r aoo. DO? 550.00 150.00 .:> ~.:;tOS.cO 1 gg. 0& 10.00 100.00 150·00 200.00 $2100.00 $2200.00 1) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4) SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: 6) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY: -Library Xerox -Media Senuces -Copy Charges -Telephone --Miscellaneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 250.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 400.00 150.00 500.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 $2100.00 $2200.00 1) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4) SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: &) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY: --Libra.l."'Y Xero;.; -Media Services -Copy Charges -Telephone --Mi see llaneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 is 250.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 400.00 150.00 500.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 100.00 200.00 1) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4) SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: 6) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY: -Library Xel."o:x: -Media Servlces -Copy Charges -Telephone ·-Mi see 11 aneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $!400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 250.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 400.00 150.00 500.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 $2100.00 $2200.00 1) CLASS EXPENSES: 2) INVITATIONS/TICKETS: 3) BACKDROP: 4> SOUND EQUIPMENT: 5) PROGRAMS: 6) POSTERS: 7) RECEPTION & JUDGES DINNER: 8) FLOWERS: 9) PIANO TUNING: 10) WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY: --Library Xer-o:.: -Media SerVlces -Copy Charaes -Telephone ·-Mi see 11 aneous TOTAL EXPENDITURES: TOTAL REVENUE: -ASWU Allocation $1400.00 -Ticket Sales 800.00 $ 250.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 400.00 150.00 500.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 $2100.00 $2200.00 wdL UNIVERSITY Purchasing Offk:e 900.State Street Salem, Oregon 97301-3922 1 (503)370-6055 TO: • PaiAt SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: /",-" PURCHASE ORDER APPROVED FOR PURCHASE DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON DEPARTMENT COpy PURCHASE ORDER 02162 THIS NUMBER MUST APPEAR ON ALL DOCUMENTS, CONTAINERS, CORRESPONDENCE, ETCry IN REFERENCE TO THIS ORDER. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL ADVISE IF DELIVERY REQUIREMENT CANNOT BE MET. COLLECT SHIPMENTS WILL BE REFUSED. SHIP AND BILL TO: WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY Student ktivities 900 STATE STREET SALEM, OREGON 97301·3922 $70 .. 00 Saga C()RP()RATION CORP. ACCT. NO: _IlL - _003L 01. (52041) INVOICE NO: 3871 DATE: _0].. / -14.. /_8~ AMOUNT: $205 . 00 TO: Dana ILommen Box A 156 DATE OF SERVICE ATTENDANCE DESCRIPTION 3/9/85 - WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE / ~ CORPORATION ORIGINAL - CLIENT COPY 1 SET UP COPY 2 -'- UNIT COPY 3 PAID COpy 4 - UNIT PLEASE TEAR OFF AND RETURN WITH CHECK PRICE AMOUNT $205.00 ,e.. 3S.~~"".\~7 ® .. PRINTED IN U.S.A. Saga CORI:JORATION CORP. ACCT. NO: INVOICE NO: DATE: AMOUNT: TO: 'DATE OF SERViCE 'ATTENDANCE / 1::'5 , DESCRIPTION PROMPT PAYMENT SAVES MONEY , ~- \ 1112 % monthly on all invoices left outstanding over 30 days WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE - "-.::JIIL'O.j;,;;#-'" CORPORATION \)RIGIN AL - CLIENT COpy 1 - SET UP COPY 2 - UNIT, COPY 3 - PAID COPY 4 UNIT PLEASE TEAR OFF AND RETURN WITH CHECK PRINTED IN U.S,A. • ~ CORPORATION CORP. ACCT. NO: INVOICE NO: DATE: . AMOUNT: TO: DATE OF SERVICE. ATTENDANCE 3/9/85 -1-0--0-03.3- 0-1 (52. 041) 3871 _o3 1 _Ill- 1_85 -$205.00 Dana I.omrnen Box A 156 DESCRIPTION G1 ee recept i on .WE APPRE9:\TE YOUR PATRONAGE - Saga, CORPORATION ORIGINAL -+CLlENT COPY 1 - SETUP COpy 2 - UNIT COPY 3 - PAID COpy 4 -UNIT • -i; " .. PLEASE TEAR OFF AND RETURN WITH CHECK PRICE AMOUNT $205.00 .®M PRINTED IN U.S.A •. DATE: January 31, 1985 TO: Helen, Larry, Dana, Eric, & Jon FRot-1: Holli, Katy, & Jeannette SUBJECT: Glee meetings ,MEMORANDUM In checking everyone1s schedules it looks like Monday afternoons at 3:30 will be aur regular meeting time, beginning February 4. If there is a conflict, please let Holli know. 37 days & counting!! hd DATE: January 31, 1985 TO: Helen, Larry, Dana, Eric, & Jon FROM: Halli, Katy, & Jeannette SUBJECT: Glee meetings MEMORANDUM In checking everyone1s schedules it looks like Monday afternoons at 3:30 will be our regular meeting time, beginning February 4. If there is a conflict, please let Holl; know. 37 days & counting!! hd TO: 1985 Glee Managers 1984 Glee Managers Hance Haney Sid liott MEMORANDUM DATE: December 7, 1984 FROM: .Student Activities Staff (Jeannette, Katy, & Holli) SUBJECT: Meeting Please join us in the Alumni Lounge at 3:00 on Tuesday afternoon, December,ll, to discuss Freshman Glee 1985. Included on agenda will be an overview of the program (Hance), budget guidelines (Sid & Holli), helpful hints for 1985 Managers (1984 Managers), and some brainstorming about a "sub-theme" for this year. Please let one us know if you cannot attend. See you Tuesday!! hd TO: 1985 Managers 1984 Glee Managers Hance Haney Sid Ell MEMORANDUM DATE: December 7, 1984 FROM: Student Activities Staff (Jeannette, Katy, & Holli) SUBJECT: Meeting Please join us in the Alumni Lounge at 3:00 on Tuesday afternoon, December 11, to discuss Freshman Glee 1985. Included on the agenda will be an overview of the program (Hance), budget guidelines (Sid & Holli), helpful hints for 1985 Managers (1984 Managers), and some brainstorming about a "sub..:theme" for this year. Please let one of us know if you cannot attend. See you Tuesday!! hd TO: Faculty and Staff FROM: Larry Didway Eric Fishman Dana Lommen Jon Radmacher Helen Siggins MEMORANDUM DATE: March 4, 1985 1985 Freshman Glee Managers SUBJECT: Freshman Glee 1985 -- II Novelty: Our Unforgettable Pastil We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend Freshman Glee 1985 to be held at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 9, in Cone Field House, Sparks Center. Please accept the attached invitation as your ticket to admit you and your family. We would also like to thank you for your cooperation during this most unusual week. Hope to see you Saturday! hd TO: Faculty and Staff FROM: Larry Didway Eric Fishman Dana Lommen Jon Radmacher Helen Siggins MEMORANDUM DATE: March 4, 1985 1985 Freshman Glee Managers SUBJECT: Freshman Glee 1985 -- t1Novelty: Our Unforgettable Pastil We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend Freshman Glee 1985 to be held at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 9, in Cone Field House, Sparks Center. Please accept the attached invitation as your ticket to admit you and your family. We would also like to thank you for your cooperation during this most unusual week. Hope to see you Saturday! hd TO: Dana, Erik, Helen, John, and Larry 1985 Freshman Glee Managers MEMORANDUM Date: 25 Jan. 1985 FROM: Jeannette Pai-Thompson, Student Activities Director, & Hance Haney, ASWU President SUBJECT: Our First Weekly Meeting Greetings! Glee is just a short FIVE weeks away, and there is much that needs to be done. So that we may help you formulate a game plan, would you please join Hance and the Student Activities Staff (Holli & Katy) on Tuesday, January 29, at 11:00 am in the Student Activities Office. please come prepared to let us know what has been done and where you need help. As we just have an hour, we will needto,Jneet 'l.vith Hike Lee (Saga) and Tina Richards (Publications) at a later time. See you Tuesday! ! f Brown Nudelmans Formal Wear 440 SW 4th Portland, OR 97304 Dear Jeff: UN IVERSITY Salem, Oregon 97301 14 Feb. 1985 I am a student at Willamette University. For the past 76 years, Willamette has held a program called Freshman Glee. Th annual event involves each class writing and performing an original song# accompanied by marching formations. The event is well attended, drawing an audience of 2,000 from the Willamette Valley area, Portland to Eugene. For this year's production, we would like to dress our four male hosts in tuxedos. I know your company has a reputation for excellence as well as a commitment to helping the community. This letter is a request the donation of four tuxedos for the date of March 9, 1985. Of course a special thank you to Nudelmans will be in the program and an announcement of gratitude made during the program. The students at Willamette do attend formal dances and other tuxedo-renting events in the winter and spring. I this would be a mutually beneficial arrangement like we shared during my years at Wilson High School. I really appreciate all your company has done and I have enjoyed working with you. I would like to carry that relationship over to lvillamette. ~ Eric M. Fishman 1985 Freshman Glee Co-Manager EMF:kgd February lR, 1985 Dr. Paul Trueblood Spyglass #42 Desert Hot Springs, CA Dear Paul dnd Helen: Thank you very much for your card. I hope the warm weather is proving to be a tonic to both of youo The weather here has qu1te cold but. for the c1ear .. By copy of this letter I am asking Sandy Weronko to sure to send you the FaL newsletter. 1 am also sending a copy of this to Jeanette Pai Thompson, with regard to your suggestion that Betty Anderson be invited to sing the Alma Mater. I hope that will work out~ Again, Paul, thanks for your careL. I hope you continue RoM." Yocom cc Sandy Weronko Jeanette Pai Thompson improve! Taj 25 Bab. 1985 Katy t Glee Rehearsals/Building Hours Freshman Glee is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 1985. A week of rehearsals will commence on Monday, March 4. I am listing the rehearsal hours and locations; could you please be sure that an officer has buildings unlocked at the proper time? Monday - Friday Cone Field House, Sparks Center Waller Auditorium University Center Dining Rooms 1&2 Alumni Lounge 5:00 am - 7:00 am (4:45 am open) Noon - 1:00 pm 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Noon - 1:00 pm 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Noon - 1:00 pm 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 7:00 pm - 9,00 pm If you have any questions, please contact me. If officers report any problems related to Glee rehearsals, Jeannette would appreciate notice. Thank you!! Proposed Changes in Glee Rules & Regulations: substitute 1985 dates where necessary. Section IV, D. Words and music for class songs will be due in the Office of Student Activities (University Center) no later than 5:00 pm on Monday, February 18, 1985. There will be a penalty of four (4) points from the final point total for any class that does not meet this deadline. Proposed Changes in Glee Rules & Regulations: Substitute 1985 dates where necessary. Section IV, D. Words and music for class songs will be due in the Office of Student Activities (University Center) no later than 5:00 pm on Monday, February 18, 1985. There will be a penalty of four (4) points from the final point total for any class that does not meet this deadline. Proposed Changes in Glee Rules & Regulations: Substitue 1985 dates where necessary. Section IV, D. Words and music for class songs will be in the Office of Student Activities (University Center) no later than 5:00 pm on Monday, February 18, 1985. 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PALO ALTO, CA 94301 336 BONANZA DANVILLE, CA 94526 6501 SE REED COLLEGE PLACE PORTLAND, OR 97202 290 55TH NW SALEM, OR 97304 ( I 5~3-399-1642 .' 3691 HILLVIEW DRIVE SE SALEM, OR 97302 503-362-0839 4441 NE 15TH TERR. OAKLAND PK. I FL 33309 621 SW MORRISON, #111 PORTLAND. OR 97205 503-641-0844 2298 TIMOTHY DRIVE NW SALEM, OR 97304 503-364-7768 1790 FAtRMOUNT S SALEM, OR 97302 503-581-8376 3594 PIONEER DR. S. SALEM, OR 97302 503-363-4660 1000 E. SEBREE #CL10 DILLON, MT 59725 406-683-2437 3409 NE 57TH SEATTLE, WA 98105 63 75 54 59 56 58 59 59 62 o 69 63 64 73 GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES ABSEC GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES ,Wi" - -- , 3 M.DEVS.~ WITH WU.ACTIVITIES EG "GLEES" WITH MAIL. CODE EG Itfl ... ""004" BY LAST MAIL. Nl 2 12-07-84 PAGE 2 S. 2 MAIL. NAME .................... . c MISS TERESA A. BENNETT DR. FRANK B. B,E. NNETT MR. L. JAMES BERGMANN tiDR. JOHN O. BERGSTROM MR. DEAN BISHOPRICK DR. GEORGE BLAKESLEE, JR. MRS. BARBARA BLAKESLEY MRS. BARBARA BLINN DR. GLADYS F. BLUE MR. RALPH W. BOLLIGER MR. ROBERT E. BRADDY III MR. BENJAMIN L. BRADFORD MR. LEWIS P. BRIGHT MR. LYLE R. BROWN MR. SArl C. CADY ADDRESS ...................... . 206-623-9900 342 22ND AVE E. SEATTLE, WA 98122 ROSE VILLA 13505 SE RIVER ROAD #117 PORTLAND, OR 97222 503-654-3171 1416 DODGE STREET OMAHA, NE 68102 2878 NW CUMBERLAND RD. PORTLAND, OR 97210 503-221-0478 1280 SW ALCOTT PORTLAND, OR 97225 UNAVAILABLE 4107 NE 103RD VANCOUVER, WA 98665 206-573-4589 6911 SW 34TH PORTLAND, OR 97219 503-244-3988 799 W. ROOSEVELT RD. 6-306 GLEN ELLYN, IL 60137 2312 DELLWOOD DRIVE GREENSBORO, NC 27408 919-288-6311 1885 SW WARWICK PORTLAND, OR 97225 503-644-9311 1732 CONCORD DR, FT. COLLINS, CO 80526 303-484-6833 P.O. BOX 5254 ABILENE, TX 79608 2612 HEWITT MC KINLEYVILLE, CA 95521 1680 WINTER SE SALEM. OR 97302 503-362-0772 3137 NW NORWOOD PL. CORVALLIS, OR 97331 801 SUTTER ST. #406 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109 415-673-6596 YR 75 21 54 60 59 65 53 64 52 53 58 79 58 57 63 64 Wt Al Gl GI 5l GI GI GI GI Gl Gl G G ( • ~ WITH WU.ACTIVITIES EG IIGLEES" WITH MAIL. CODE EG tllIl! UH004" BY LAST MAIL NAME CAT.t 7-81 PAGE 8 "tAIL NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS ..................... '. . YR WU. ACTIVI1 "IR. MALCOLM I. CAMPBELL "lR. RICHARD R. CAMPBELL "IR. GREGORY W. CAPP r"lR. BEN A. CARLILE HR. PETER M. CARLSON DR. ROY CHAPIN MI THERESA L. CHURCH MR. ROBERT. W. CLARK MR. DENNIS C. COLE t1R. STUART H. COMPTON MR. KENYON R. CRUDEN MR. W. CHRISTOPHER CULVER MR. LARRY. A. CUNNINGHAM MRS. SANDY DE GABRIELE MRS. ELAINE DE HARP PORT DR. D. DUANE DENNY, JR. MISS SUSAN L. DOBRINSKI 18225 SW CHEYENNE WAY TUALATIN, OR 97062 503-638-3903 10514 PUTNEY RD. WEST LOS ANGELES, CA 90064 54 63 32 SW MANOR LP ROSEBURG, OR 97470 0247 SW FLORIDA P~TLANDI~OR 97~9 ?h.- 1"1., .. 2'1':n 76 4-k.e.. ~'1(' 79"" 218 W. BRAEBURN DR. PHOENIX, AZ 85023 11145 CHAPIN LANE AMITY, OR 97101 508-835-7317 857 N.W. TYLER AVE. APT. #3 CORVALLIS, OR 97330 1470 DEWING LN. WALNUT CREEK, CA 94595 3917 NE 44TH ST. VANCOUVER, WA 98661 206-694-4849 3155 HOLIDAY DRIVE SO. SALEM, OR 97302 503-362-3729 13303 BRONCO WAY POWAY, CA 92064 619-485-5495 1120 17TH AVE. SEATTLE, WA 98122 1734 N. KINGSLEY DR. #1 LOS ANG~LES, CA 90027 213-665-7140 STAR HT., 760B. HWY. 28 QUINCY, WA 98848 509-787-4323 4880 NW KAISER ROAD PORTLAND, OR 97229 503-645-2321 5732 SW HEWETT BLVD. PORTLAND, OR 97221 503-292-4996 2505 NE 48 AVE 68 61 83 60 68 48 64 75 71 63 58 53 84 GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES SBPRS GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES WITH WU. ACTIVITIES EQ "GLEES" WITH MAIL. CODE EO UIIU tlu004u BY LAST MAIL. NAME .CAT. At -84 PAGE 4 AIL: NAME. .................... ADDRESS....................... YR WU.ACTIVITI R. GLEN H. DOWNS ~ MRS. THOMAS E. DUFFY R. TOM R. DUNHAM R. JOSEPH L. DWIGHT, JR. ~. NORMAN C. DYER LINDA EAVES R. JOSEPH B. EDING ~. ROBERT S. ELDER i. DAVID L. FOOTE ~. DOUGLAS W. FORSYTH GARY C. FRAME )L. WILLIAM H. FREEMAN ~. WILLIAM M. GAZELEY ~. ROBERT E. GILCHRIST 3. SUSAN K. GILPIN ~. STEVEN~. GILSON PORTLAND, OR 97213 503-287-8789 251 AUBURN PLYMOUTH, MI 48170 4413 41ST AVENUE NE SALEM. OR 97305 755 NW POWHATAN TERR. PORTLAND, OR 97210 503-248-9160 2906 KAIHIKAPU ST HONOLULU, HI 96819 5475 SW ELM BEAVERTON, OR 97005 503-643-1943 7286 RIDGE DR. BURNABY, B.C. r CANADA V5A lB5 3371 GAWAIN DR. SAN JOSE, CA 95127 4032 PICKSTONE DRIVE FAIRFAX, VA 22032 703-425-9857 836 E. 17TH AVE. #C-3 DENVER, CO 80218 303-830-6720 942 IRIS AVE SUNNYVALE. CA 94086 1347 MORNINGSIDE DR.. BE SALEM, OR 97302 503-585-1674 202 NOLAND ST FALLS CHURCH, .VA 22046 703-695-0735 2118 130TH PLACE SE BELLEVUE. WA 98005 206-747-0427 206 EL CERRITO HILLSBOROUGH, CA 94010 824 SW TROY PORTLAND. OR 97219 UNAVAILABLE 1585 25TH ST NE SALEM. OR 97301 63 63 59 64 67 63 65 70 62 56 69 59 69 84 GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES SBPRS GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES o WITH WU. ACTIVITIES E.G uGLEES II WITH MAIL CODE EG 111111 nU004u BY LAST MAIL NAME ,CAT. AI -84 PAGE 5 AIL: NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS ...................... . RS. JOANN GLOEGE RS. JILL GOODING R. JOHN B. GUNN R. TERRANCE A. HALL RS. JEAN HALL R. STUART A. HALL H. PAUL J. HAMMER R. WILLIAM P. HEMENWAY IR. WILLIAM C. HENDERSON iRS. KATHV HIBBARD iR. DAVID K. HJELT :R. GEORGE W. HOYT iR. WALTER R. K'.JBBARD IRS. JULIA HUME !R. LARRY J. JACKSON [ISS MARY JAEGER 503-363-1213 152 SO. GREENFIELD AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90049 213-472-4'118 476 MODELAIRE DR. LA GRANDE, OR 97850 503-963-5471 3625 MAIN ST. SOQUEL, CA 95073 408-475-8172 P.O. BOX 280 HILLSBORO. OR 97123 503-640-2661 N.B.V. 1017 58069 SUN MESA YUCCA VALLEY, CA 92284 13705 NW BRIDLE LANE PORTLAND, OR 97229 29490 SW COURTSIDE DR. #17 WILSONVILLE. OR 97070 503-682-7281 16525 SW ASTOR LAKE GROVE. DR 97034 119 BROOKSIDE DR. POR~OLA VALLEV, CA 94025 RT. 1 MANSON. WA 98831 509-687-3210 6037 NE 31ST PORTLAND. OR 97211 503-284-1455 75 LIVINGSTON ST. #22-A BROOKLYN. NY 11201 208 NQ. 23RD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18631 EUNICE PL. TUSTIN, CA 92680 714-544-8086 ROUTE 6 BOX 755 HILLSBORO, OR 97123 228 12TH ST S. E. WASHINGTONI DC 20003 YR WU.ACTIVITl 63 GLEES 56 GLEES 51 GLEES 69 SBPRS GLEES 43 GLEES 62 GLEES 83 GLEES 63 GLEES 63 GLEES 71 GLEES 72 GLEES 58 GLEES 59 GLEES 55 GLEES 77 GLEES 80 GLEES , ~ WITH WU. ACTIVITIES EG "GLEESu WITH MAIL CODE EG If .... If "004" BY LAST MAIL NAME· CAT. A 7-84 PAGE 6 1AIL. NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YR WU. ACTIVIT )R. R. HOLMES JOHNSON 1R. DENNIS C. JOHNSON _T. COL. GENE L. JUVE 1155 ELIZABETH KEYSER ~R. RONALD K. KINGSLEY JR. BERNARD R. KLIKS 1R. JOHN H. KNAPP ,<b RICHARD P. KRAFf]~I~ ~ISS VICKIE S. KRAMER MR. PHILIP H. KROZEK MR. PETER J. LEVETON NANCY A LEWIS MS. ELINOR O.LINDGUIST MR. GARY A. LOVRE REVEREND ALAN B. MacKILLOP MAJ. CHARLES L. MARSTERS MR. CARMY L. MAUSTEN BOX 1727 KODIAK. AK 99615 UNLISTED 1186 HANCHETT SAN JOSE, CA 95126 P.O. BOX 128 APO NEW YORK, NY 09755 705 .DE LA VINA SANTA BARBARAI CA 93101 805-962-8649 2239 CEDER ST. BERKELEY, CA 94704 415-548-9490 17796 HILLSIDE DR. LAKE OSWEGO, OR 97034 503-222-9401 1830 NW 138TH PORTLAND, OR 97229 503-641-5101 ~756 72ND AVE SE SALEM, OR 97301 503-581-8686 RT. 2. BOX 34 GRAND RONDE. OR 97347 459 HAMILTON AVE #302 PALO ALTO. CA 94301 10555 W. JEWELL AVE #8-207 LAKEWOOD, CO 80226 303-986-4127 1049 SCOTS LANE WALNUT CREEK, CA 94596 415-731-5139 5003 15TH AVE.NE #303 SEATTLE, WA 98105 206-543-5929 c 2964 SISKIYOU BLVD. MEDFORD, OR 97501 3901 1/2 CALAVO DR. LA MESA. CA 92041 RT.2. BOX 17-C GREENVILLE,. TX 75401 2,4-454-6258 5802 WARWICK CIRCLE LE PALMA. CA 90623 49 GLEES 70 GLEES 64 GLEES 63 GLEES 58 GLEES 63 GLEES 58 GLEES 69 GLEES 72 GLEES 64 GLEES 59 GLEES 81 GLEES 66 GLEES .60 GLEES 58 GLEES 58 GLEES 67 GLEES 2 WITH 'WU. ACTIVITIES EG lIGLEESu WITH t1AIL CODE EG 111111 UII004 u BY LAST MAIL NAME CAT. ~ 7-8~ PAGE 7 HAIL. NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YR WU. ACTIVI1 MR. MORRIS P. MCELWEE .r. MIGHAEL D . MCKIERNAN CARLTON.J. MCLEOD MR. WESLEY G. MC WAIN MR. TONY MEEKER MR. RUBEN.J. MENASHE MRS. JEANNINE MERCER DR. RICHARD L. MERCER MR. WILLIAM P. MERRIAM. JR. MRS. DEBORAH A. MILLER COL. DONALD L. MILLER MISS BARBARA L. MILLER MR. STEVEN R. MILLER LT.COMM. RICHARD A. MONTEITH 714-523-8495 1690 SW MIDVALE ROAD PORTLAND, OR 97219 503-636-2875 COAST GUARD GROUP OFFICE '100 LIGHTHOUSE AVE. MONTEREY, CA. 93440 2952 WINSLOW WAY NW SALEM, OR 97304 503-363-3100 5438 ALLOTT AVENUE VAN NU~, CA 91401 213-997-0485 P.O. BOX 326 AMITY, OR 97101 503-835-8481 14025 NE ROSE PARKWAY PORTLAND, OR 97230 503-254-0132 1700 KONA STREET EUGENE, OR 97403 503-686-2111 1000 ROBIN HOOD COURT LOS ALTOS. CA 94022 415-968-2262 INTRUSCO CORP. BOX 292 MONBROVIA, LIBERIA, 2165 WEST 27TH AVE EUGENE, OR 97405 503-345-8356 PSC BOX 143 NEW YORK, NY 09127 3622 VEAZEY ST. NW WASHINGTON, DC 20008 202-362-1248 P.O. BOX 24112 SANTA BARBARA. CA 93121 10208 SHILOH ST. FAIRFAX, VA 22030 560 25TH ST. BE SALEM, OR 97301 503-363-8533 49 GLEES GLEES 43 GLEES 46 GLEES 61 SBPRS GLEES 55 SBPRS GLEES 58 GLEES 54 GLEES 53 GLEES 80 GLEES 57 GLEES 51 GLEES 82 GLEES 68 GLEES 79 GLEES WITH WU. ACTIVITIES EG IIGLEES" WITH MAIL CODE EG HIIIl 1111004" BY LAST MAIL NAME CAT. Al -94 PAGE 9 p,IL: NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YR WU. ACTIVIT R. JOHN C. MULVIHILL/JR. HUGH B. NELSON use l) I rJ i<g 4 R. J. MANNING NELSON RS. JEAN NOHLGREN R. MICHAEL G. O'BRIEN IR. JOHN M. PARR T.W. PATCH iR. CHARLES J. PATTERSON lR. ANCIL H. PAYNE 118S SUSAN L. PAZINA 1R. DEAN G. PETRICH 11SS MARJORIE POWELL c ~R. LARRY W. PRITCHETT f1R. DEAN RADFORD LT. COL. DOUGLAS K. RHODES 5029 GEOTT ST. S SALEM. OR 97302 MILITARY DEPT. PERSONNEL OFF. 2150 FAIRGROUNDS ROAD NE SALEM. OR 97303 503-393-8620 322 SE HERNEY NEWPORT, OR 97365 RT. 1. BOX 32 SIMONTON BRIDGE RD. WATKINSVILLE. GA 30677 1250 MADRONA SE SALEM. OR 97302 503-581-9256 3323 BOSTON HARBOR NE OLYMPIA, WA 98506 206-943-4312 880 liN" ST., SUITE 202 ANCHORAGE. AK 99501 907-276-5080 22 SANTA LUCIA ORINDA; CA 94563 415-254-7264 a40B E. LAURELHURST DRIVE NE SEATTLE, WA 98105 206-524-5498 2465 DEXTER AVE NO. APT 203 SEATTLE. WA 98109 1132 34TH SEATTLE, WA 98122 206-324-5055 120 NW TRINITY PL. #106 PORTLANDI OR 97209 503-227-5142 2225 BROOKHOLLOW ABILENE, TX 79605 915-695-2939 WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY BOX E-126 SALEM, OR 97301 503-370-6722 9036 E. CALLE BOLIVAR TUCSON, AZ 85715 602-886-6676 84 54 39 38 80 68 69 50 43 69 72 49 54 58 GLEES GLEES GLEES ABSEC GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES 2 WITH WU. ACTIVITIES EG IIGLEESu WITH MAIL. CODE EG till It It "004 II BY LAST MAIL. NAME CAT. A 7-84 PAGE 9 1Alt.NAME ........ ,. ........... ADDRESS............... ........ YR WU.ACTIVIT 1R. FRED RICHARDSON 1R. WALTER R. RICHARTZ ~. COE D. ROBERTS 1R. BRUCE W. ROBERTSON 1R. LAUREN M. RONALD _TC JOHN E. RYAN 1R. DALE C. SAUSE 1R. ROBERT M~ SAYRE 'fR. THOMAS S. SCHROCK 1R. MARK E. SCRANTON 1R. VOLNEY G. SIGMUND 1R. MARK G. SIMMER }R. DOUGLAS W. SIMON 1R. ROBERT W. SKIRVIN '1R. STEPHEN R. SLQAN 1R. PETER H. SMITH 1749 ELSENA DRIVE EUGENE. OR 97401 1340 CEDAR LAKE RD. POCATELLO, ID 83204 208-233-3430 542 VISTA AVENUE SE SALEM. OR 97302 503-363-6791 1210 PEABODY AVE. MEMPHIS, TN 38104 901-726-1839 301 NORTH HAPPV HOLLOW RD. OMAHA, NE 68132 USDAO MOGADISHU DEPT. OF STATE WASHINGTON, DC 20520 155 E. MARKET AVE. COOS BAY, OR 97420 3714 BENT BRANCH RD. FALLS CHURCH, VA 22041 703-256-6399 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA POL. SCIENCE DEPT. SANTA BARBARA. CA 93106 805-965-2084 2255 CONTRA COSTA BLVD. P.O. BOX 23203 PLEASANT HILL, CA 94523 20369 CHEWACAN CT. BEND, OR 97701 503-382-4424 2981 STATE S1. APT. #47 MEDFORD. OR 97504 2 SPRING GARDEN DR. MADISONI N.J 07940 417 FENWAY DRIVE WALNUT CREEK. CA 94598 415-932-1049 3401 72ND SE MERCER ISLAND, WA 99040 3436 BECKWITH RD. MODESTO, CA 95351 48 GLEES 53 GLEES 43 GLEES 70 GLEES 71 GLEES 63 GLEES 74 GLEES 49 GLEES 55 GLEES 75 GLEES 57 GLEES 82 GLEES c 63 GLEgS 51 GLEES 75 GLEES 64 GLEES 2 WITH ~WU. ACTIVITIES EG "GLEES" WITH MAIL. CODE EG .... It flu004" BY LAST MAIL. NAME CAT. 17-~4 PAGE 10 MAIL. NAME. ...... .............. ADDRESS....................... VR WU.ACTIVI MRS. GAIL SMITH MR. STEPHEN E. SMITH MR. ORVILLE J. SPARROW MR. THOMAS R. SPIVEY DR. JOHN H. STALNAKER MR. GIL STEWART MR. HUGH D. STITES, JR. MRS. ELEN TITUS MRS. JUNE TRUMBO MR. KERRY R. TYMCHUK MRS. MAXINE VAN WYNGARDEN COL. RONALD E. WALKER DR. MARCUS' E. WALTZ MR. MICHAEL WAYLAND MR. WILLIAM G. WEAVER 209-527-2110 922 SE 66TH PL. PORTLAND, OR 97215 503-252-4690 582 SW ASHDOWN CIR. WEST LINNI OR 97068 503-638-5954 3045 BUENA VISTA WAY BERKELEY, CA 94708 ~ 67 GLEES 68 ., GLEES 48 GLEES 17944 SE HARRISON 78 GLEES PORTLAND. OR ~7'£!~~. .~.ee "'7'2:. • ...,.....,.. 503-760-1195 ~c;;.; " c;.....ttf'~ 2204 SW SUNSET DRIVE 41 PORTLAND, OR 97201 503-244-8258 39765 MERTZ DR. STAYTON, OR 97383 503-364-0126 4640 WILD CANYON DRIVE WOODBURY, MN 55125 4256 SUNSET HILLS DR. E. TURNER, OR 97392 2215 SW SUNSET DRIVE PORTLAND, OR 97201 820 VIEW REEDSPORT, OR 97467 503-581-5277. 1881 LEXINGTON CIRCLE S. SALEM. OR 97306 503-362-4742 6115 GARLOCK WAY COLORADO SPRINGS. CO 80918 303-598-6111 715 MANOR DR. RENO. NV 89509 702-323-0803 3698 BERWICK DR. FLINTRIDGE, CA 91011 20344 34TH AVE. SO. SEATTLE. WA 98188 206-824-1233 62 79 43- 81 42 60 42 64 58 GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES SBPRS GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES GLEES 2 WITH WU. ACTIVITIES EO II GLEES II WITH MAIL. CODE EG 111111 1111004" BY LAST MAIL. NAt1E CAT. )7-84 . PAGE 11 MAiL. NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS ................... , . . . YR WU. ACTIVI DR. DAVID B. WELCH MR. JOHNNY M. WELTY MRS. MARTHA WHITE COL. LARRY WILLINGHAM MR. JOHN O. WINTERSCHEID sted. 336 CENTRAL PARK WEST #5B NEW YORK CITY. NY 10025 132 N. HAZEL FERN PL. PORTLAND, OR 97232 50~-232-0477 P.O. BOX 514 KELSEYVILLE, CA 95451 SRA 5224 EAGLE RIYER, AK 99577 1316 13TH AVE. S. SEATTLE, WA 98144 206-325-3036 67 73 39 59 72 GLEES GLEES GLEES SBPRS GLEES GLEES ;'

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