GEORGE DIED Dec. 2, 1993. He prepared at Techni­cal H.S., in Indianapolis. At Princeton, he was in the Triangle Club, Glee Club, and the choir, and was music critic of the Prince. His roommates were Fin Finley, J. M. Myers '27, and Grant Titsworth. After Princeton, he had fellowships in music at the Juilliard School, and while there, he sang at Chautauqua and did concert opera performances. He returned to Indianapolis and maintained a vocal studio with Ferdinand Shaffer, founder of the Indianapolis Symphony. He began commuting to Ball State Univ. and became chair of the voice faculty and directed choral groups and taught singing. He directed the choir at the First Baptist Church of Indianapolis, and in 1960 became music director at All Souls Unitarian Church in Indianapolis, continuing there until he retired in 1978. During that time, he completed his book, Sonority in Singing. As a volunteer, he served the Indianapolis-Marion County Library cataloging the collection of sacred music. George was proficient in five languages and used them in outstanding vocal performances. He was a member the American Institute of Vocal Pedagogy and of the American Musicological Society and wrote nu­merous articles on musical subjects. In 1944, he married Melba Nesbit, who survives, as well as their daughter Lucy and his brother Park. The class ex­tends sincere sympathy to them.

Undergraduate Class of 1929