BETTINA BLAKE, Rhymes with June
Led us in a parlor game where each person added to a story a sentence ending with
a rhyme for June; the next person's addition had to logically follow from the previous, so that
at the completion of the circle we had a complete rhymed tale.
A tunefull selection on the development of harmony from AARON COPELAND, What to Listen for in Music.
CHRIS MORGAN, Twelve Words That End in "oon" - a Quiz
ROBERT SERVICE, The Shooting of Dan McGrew
a tale of a tune played in a saloon.
WILLIAM TARNOWSKI, A Neo-Spiritual."
EVELYN HILLER ("Ev. E. Lyn"), TED SNYDER, & FRANCIS WHEELER, song, "Under the Moon (You oo oo oo)," 1927
Mary DiZazzo Trumbull
In a tunefull manner told the story of Brian Jones (1942-1969) founder of the rock band The Rolling Stones
PAT TOWNSHEND and MICK KIRTON, song lyrics "Sprit of Brian Jones."
PERCY SHELLEY, "Adonaïs"
H. ALLEN SMITH, excerpts from Chapter XV "Of Bananas and Crosbys" from Life in a Putty Knife Factory
including the words croon, saloon, and rigadoon.
EDWARD LEAR, "The Owl and the Pussy Cat."