Warren Times Mirror (Warren, Pennsylvania) 17 October 1935 Page 11

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Warren Times Mirror
(Warren, Pennsylvania)
17 October 1935  Page 11 - Ï ESI Three residents of Warren have been...
Ï ESI Three residents of Warren have been accorded national recognition by the Society of Arts and Sciences Sciences in tbe list of nominations announced announced in New York by the society society in connection with its 193536 193536 program. The following special dispatch from New York reveals tjbeir names and other valuable information: information: The ones so honored for their contributions in the field of paint- ; ing and music are Dr. Leroy B. i Campbell, Warren Conservatory of Music, who is outstanding a? a musician, lecturer and author, and Miss Mariou Sieeman and Gene Walker are doing distinguished work in the field of art. The Society Society of Arts and Sciences in its search for those doing distinguished distinguished work in the educational fields of music and art outside of the metropolitan center has selected tbe foregoing artists as outstanding outstanding ones in their community and as such arc not only rendering a real public service but making in his or her own sphere a laudable contribution to the arts. Or. Campbell has just received a letter from the Society informing informing him that he had been accepted accepted in this noted organization, which has among its fellows such people as the late Thomas A. Edison, Edison, Frank Damrosch, Dr. Catell, (psychologist), Grace Moore, Rob- Following is the letter which he received from Carl Byoir, president of the Society: “Dear Doctor Campbell:— "As president of the Society of Arts and Sciences of Aroer* ica, I have the honor to transmit transmit to you a decision of the committee on nominations, approved approved by our directors of tbe Society at their last meeting. In recognition of your contribution contribution to the arts as a dis- ■ tinguished musician, lecturcr and author in the city of Warren, Warren, Pa., the directors have authorized me to extend to you the privilege of membership membership in this Society. Your record has alreadv been secured from prominent men in your city and other cities. 1 trust that, the Society will be honored by your association with its membership in furthering furthering the advancement of the arts and sciences in America". The Society, founded in 1883 by Herbert Spencer, and which has played an important part in the I advancement of the arts a*id sciences in America, carries on its activities under regents who are outstanding authorities in their respective fields. Headed by Carl Byoir, during the past two years national gener- I I j 1 is | i i j re| I Äiktu. (philosopher) and the late John Philip Sousa. Dr. Nicholas dcVore, editor "of “Tbe Musician”, presented Dr, Campbell's record, his theories on relaxation in piano playing, his new ideas on musical expression for the President, who is president of the Society, the regents serving for the 1935-36 terra are: Edward Johnson, managing director of tbe Metropolitan Opera House, regent of music; Jesse H. Jones, chairman chairman of the Reconstruction Fin- and his new discoveries on the ance Corporation, regent of fin- velocity technique from fin alto- ;ancp; Marc Connelly, author of gether new approach along scien- j “The Green Pastures”, regent of Ufic and psychological principles. | (Turn to Page Twenty)

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