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Title Program: Annual Drum & Bugle Corps Competition sponsored by G.I. Joe's Drum & Bugle Corps. Sunday, Sept. 5, 1954. Stevens Institute Campus Field, 8th & Hudson Sts., Hoboken, N.J.
Object Name Program
Catalog Number 2014.008.0002
Collection Hoboken Societies & Organizations Collection
Credit Gift of Jack O'Brien.
Scope & Content Program: Annual Drum & Bugle Corps Competition sponsored by G.I. Joe's Drum & Bugle Corps. Sunday, September 5, 1954. Stevens Institute Campus Field, 8th & Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J.

Printed booklet, 6-3/8" wide x 9-1/2" high, [22] pp plus covers. Full text is in notes.

G.I. Joe's was a Hoboken corps who hosted this event. Competitors are listed only for the junior corps who were competing for the Mayor John J. Grogan Trophy. Senior Corps competed for the Jersey Journal Trophy. Donor Jack O'Brien was an officer and member of the G.I. Joes.

pg [10] Marching & Maneuvering; Progam (list junior competitors & scoring sheet)

Junior Corps
-Bayonne PAL, F. A. Mackenzie Post No. 165 American Legion Bayonne, New Jersey
-Paterson Cadets Paterson, New Jersey
-Dover Cadets Dover, New Jersey
-St. Vincent’s Cadets Madison, New Jersey

-Exhibition By The Mackie Cadets Rahway, New Jersey

pp [11-12] has text titled "A Drum Corps Competition" explaining in a jocular way about the areas that are judged and how including the scoring.
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Printer: Dubin Bros., Inc., Hoboken, N.J.
Notes Archives 2014.008.0002

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Annual
DRUM & BUGLE CORPS COMPETITION
sponsored by
G.I. JOE'S DRUM & BUGLE CORPS

Sunday, September 5, 1954
STEVENS INSTITUTE CAMPUS FIELD
8th & Hudson Streets Hoboken, N.J.
25 cents

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GENERAL COMMITTEE
Honorary Chairman .......... HON.MAYORJOHN J. GROGAN

General Chairmen ...........................................SAL SCILINGO - JAMES GOLDONI

Treasurer .............................................................ROBERT KEARNEY

Publicity ..................................................................... HAROLD ROCCO

Program ......................................................................MICHAEL SCILINGO

Tickets ...............................................................................ANTHONY SCILINGO

Campus Chairman ....................................................... JAMES J.O’BRIEN

Refreshments ............................................................. CIP. NEWBALL, SR.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

MICHAEL SCILINGO, Chairman

ALBERT SIMONEDANNY DE LUCACARLO DE CANDIA

FRED BECK

REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE

CIP. NEWBALL SR., Chairman

CIP. NEWBALL JR.JOSEPH CAPUTORICHARD SEYMOUR

JOHN HYLANDROBERT HYLANDJOHN KREUTER

HAROLD ROCCOJOSEPH SCILINGO

TICKET COMMITTEE

ANTHONY SCILINGO, Chairman

DAVID FORBESWILLIAM KETLERPETER DE SIMONE

ROBERT PAULILLOANGELO SCARDIGNOWILLIAM BERGIN

CAMPUS COMMITTEE

JAMES J. OBRIEN, Chairman

ANGUS (Scotty) FORBES NICK PIERROWILLIAM LEVESQUE

DOC. MASTROFILIPPO MARTIN WLADICHJOHN GENTILE

JOHN HACKENBERGHENRY MILLERROBERT MACKAY

VITO LUPODOTTIE LANGMICHAEL ZILLANTE

NANCY CHURCHDAVID LANGDOTTIE LARKIN

REGISTRATION COMMITTEE

ROBERT KEARNEY, Chairman

SAL SCILINGO JAMES GOLDONI

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Greetings ...

The G. I. Joe's Drum and Bugle Corps is proud to play host to the competing corps at this annual Drum and Bugle Corps competition and we hope you will return again to this annual affair.

To the visitors we bid you welcome and hope your stay will be a most pleasant one and upon your return to your respective communities convey with our salutations and greetings . . . you are always welcome in Hoboken.

To the spectators we extend our thanks for their presence here to-day and wish them a most enjoyable day which we are sure will linger in their memories for a long long time to come.

To our advertisers who were kind enough to take space in this souvenir journal, to the various committees and to anyone who helped in any way to insure the success of this occasion we extend our heartfelt thanks.

G. I. JOE'S Hoboken, N.J.

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Marching and Maneuvering
PROGRAM...

“CHAMPIONS ALL”

Position DrawnCompeting Junior CorpsEstimated ScoreActual Score

Bayonne PAL, F. A. Mackenzie Post No. 165 American Legion Bayonne, New Jersey
Paterson Cadets Paterson, New Jersey
Dover Cadets Dover, New Jersey
St. Vincent’s Cadets Madison, New Jersey
Exhibition By The Mackie Cadets Rahway, New Jersey

Awarding of Prizes
Retreat

Main Event will be the awarding of Mayor John J. Grogan Trophy to the highest scorer of the day.

The awarding of the Jersey Journal Trophy to the highest of the Senior Corps.

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A DRUM CORPS COMPETITION

The pageantry of a Championship Drum Corps Competition combines the military precision of West Point, the musical blend of a well directed band and the showmanship of Broadway. To the veterate Drum Corps fan the respective fine points are well understood; to the novice the various aspects of a Drum Corps set up a maze of varied ideas.

The purpose of this article is an effort to unravel some of these points to make this competition more understandable and more pleasurable. The natural approach is to take each item as it strikes the public.

On the field you will see a group of men who, to your mind, seem to be in the way of the Corps—nosy individuals who pry into the business at hand. In reality these men are groups of men who are authorities in their respective fields of endeavour. They constitute the balance of power—it is their bounden duty to determine the capability of each unit in the respective department which they are judging. For purposes of clarity, we will list each department.

Inspection (10 Points)—To the side of the field, each Corps is set up in a Corps front. Mister Curiosity is there with his pad to insure the primary basis of a good Drum Corps—neatness. For each infraction he finds, he takes off a tenth of a point. Failure to be clean shaven, lack of haircut, spots or dirt on uniforms, unpolished shoes are individual items for which he takes off a tenth of a point. Equipment such as drums and bugles must be spotless— infraction thereof means a tenth of a point. Mr. Curiosity is there to pry-out each violation—that is his job and he does it.

Marching and Maneuvering (30 Points)—As the Corps lines up on the field—two nasty little rabbits with a pad under their arms suddenly pop up playing the game of Hounds and Hares. On the competition field the hares are after the hounds.

No army general is more exacting. A mistake is not the glaring error noticeable to the public, it is the minute failures which detract from perfection that constitute their meat. Interval between men, distance beween ranks, files not covered, dress of ranks, squad, section, platoons and Corps fronts must be in perfect array. Any failure, even of the slightest degree, means the loss of a tenth of a point for each unit infraction.

The perfection of detail must be carried out to such a degree that any bad break of formation or any non conformity of even a pivot meets with disapproving check of Mr. Rabbit to the tune of a tenth of a point. The unforgiveable Drum Corps crime of out of step is greeted with a tenth of a point for every sixteen steps. Should the hound decide to become a little lazy and fail to pick ud his feet marking time or become sloppy in his bearing Mr. Rabbit is there to take off one-tenth of a point. An unmerciful cuss is Mr. Rabbit but he must do his job and he does it.
(Continued on next page)

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Bugling (20 Points) —If you take special notice of a couple of individuals with big ears, they are the Bugle Judges. The poor fellows have been straining their ears so long to detect mistakes, their ears almost leave their heads, propel a pencil and annot a tick for each mistake. Theirs is the task to ascertain that each man in the bugle line is a musician, playing his part. Tone quality, musical accents, proper musical blend, tone and release are all qualities which a good Drum Corps must effect. Failure to do so in any and each aspect means the loss of a tenth of a point. Musical contrast, diminuendo and crescendo, acceleando and retard are vital qualities of a good musical unit; each failure means the loss of a point. Handling of equipment such as position of bugles while marching and playing, bringing them ud and down at the beginning and completion of a song lend to the good order of the unit. Each failure means a tenth of a point. The poor fellow has a tough job—no wonder his ears become big and his eyeballs are hanging from their sockets.

Drumming (20 Points)—These fellows are really stinkers. They sneak behind the Corps, they walk beside the drummers, they have no respect for privacy. If you suddenly see someone take out survey equipment, it is the drum judge trying to ascertain the proper angle of the drums, the exact position and height of the sticks. Each failure means a tenth of a point. Each drum rudiment which corresponds to the musical note on the bugle, must be done to perfection. Attack, release, contrast, diminuendo, crescendo are all tonal requisites of a good drummer. Any time he errs in anyone of these departments, he loses a tenth of a point for his unit.

With the bugle judge, his eyes and ears do dipsy doodles to make sure the drummers play their part properly and execute the motions of drumming with precise perfection.

General Effect (20 Points)—Showmanship is a vital part of a Competition. Hidden in the stand at vantage point are two bad wolves spotting their prey. These men ascertain the effect of the Corps on the audience, the smoothness of execution of the drill, the general temper of the bugling and drumming, the action of the drum major and the Color Guard. Are the maneuvers simple or complex, are they set to the music, does the entire show have the harmony and blend it should have? These are the questions the General Effect Judge must determine and score the Corps accordingly. It is a difficult task and takes a capable man.

Timer—The poor fellow has a gun and a clock. The clock is not to see whether or not it is time to blow out his brains. He shoots the gun at the first step off the line or at the first note of the music. A Corps must be on the field from thirteen to fifteen minutes. He times them as to the length of time in motion. He fires the warning gun at thirteen minutes. He times the Corps as they leave the field to make sure thev are within the specified time. If a Corps is under or over time, there is a penalty of two whole points.

We have tried to present a brief picture of a competition in jocose vein to make it more impressive. Our purpose is to pay real tribute to the Judges who are men of high calibre and precise training. They are the watchdogs of fair play, they perform a difficult task and deserve real tribute. We salute them today and on each occasion, congratulate them for their fine work. You, the people, can enjoy a competition because of their watchfulness and hard work.
CHIEF JUDGE — CHARLES NABOR

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Charly De Rose
Don Johnson
Solomon Butler
Hob. Beny
Steve Darago
Pat Croce
Anthony De Lalla
Carlo De Couolio
Joan Kemmet
Bob Paulillo
Marie Brignola
Fenimore Mets
Pop Paulillo
Mike Lepre
Sabastion Montiford
Fredrick Palomba
Marlon Morley
Charlie Brown
Two Eggs
Bernie Schwartz
Pathfinder
Sisco Joe
El Chay Tan
J. 6 M. Abate
Mrs. Rita Caputo
Mrs. Jenny Caputo
Jerry Mellillo
Patsy Trovinigni
Frank Santore
David Hirsson
Mr. Louis Gentile
Mr. & Mrs. Jas. Colomarino
Joan (O'Brien) Stagega

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Boosters

Arnold Esposito
Carlo Averso
Herman Greulich
Dorothy Dwyer
Emma Larsen
Frances Beck
John Musto
Joe Morelia
Morris Sobel
John Larsen
Raymond Bergamaschi
Mrs. Rita Caputo
Mrs. Rocco Del Guidice
Capasso
Cante Geongantine
M. P.
Bernard S. Simone
Emanuel Cernelli
B. Gustoso
Pete Maino
Adolph Mascolo
Henry
Bruno
Falco
A. Cizzino
A. C. Lucignano
Ann
Wm. Gran
Ace
Willner
Frank Di Fiore
Nick De Palma
Joseph C. O'Brien
James M. O’Brien
Mrs. J. Petronzio
Joseph Caputo

Marie Zillante
Angelo Zillante
Thomas Luet
Stella Simone
Robert Gearhart
Antionett Lupo
Dotty Kyle
Dotty Bell
Arlene Brockman
Pat Farley
Browning Ethel
Weilard, Henry
C. C. Casalino
J. Boyle
Tom Guinn
C. Gruttneck
Marilyn Earl
Moreno
Martin
Marion Simone
Dorothy Mierisch
M. Romano
Thomas Jordan
Mary Rivara
I. Socco
Wm. Ketler
M. Blain
A. Heller
William Rowohlt
Martin Mastrofilippo
Thomas McKnes
Mrs. R. Ripke
Miss F. Hackenberg
Mr. J. Casella
Mrs. M. Bond
Miss Kathleen McCandless

Mush Morisine
Dick Brokate
Mary Casella
Mrs. Corwin
Mrs. Marie Zillante
Joe Millstein
A. Millstein
M. Millstein
Mr. Tony Marzelli
G. F. T.
Jimmy
Martin Banner
Mrs. B. Hackenberg
Mrs. Meicke
Mrs. Gustoferro
Mike Rossner
Joe
Evelyn Holzinger
Vito Lanzo
Frank Jesch, Jr.
Emma Von Drateln
Helene Obergfell
Gloria Bonora
Douglas Bonora
Theresa Brewt
Edna Dudonis
Anne Collura
William Ketler
Peggy Ketler
Stella Ketler
Dan Fraraccio
Frenchy
Mike Caruso
Fred Beck
Angelo Aniello
Angie De Palma

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Boosters

Henry Monacelli
Daniel McCarthy
John Ricchiutti
Theresa McCarthy
Robert McCarthy
Judith Mary McCarthy
Mr. Wladich
Helen Harvey
Jigger Calland
Teddy Abramo
Mrs. V. Brunetti
Happy Harry
Mrs. Green
Luke Wells
Harold & Pat
Louis Fortunato
Lena Fortunato
A1 De Stefano
F. Hunsinger
M. Stiles
Nick Behnen
Dominick Luciano
M. Fortunato
Gus Fortunato
Louis Fortunato
Lidia Grlossi
Mr. C. Rizzo
Mrs. C. Rizzo
Miss N. Rizzo
Mr. J. Rizzo
Mrs. Z. Van Rapenbusch
Mr. R. Manzetti
Mrs. J. Manzetti
C. Bond
Miss Eileen Conklin

A Friend
Mr. & Mrs. J. Rocco
Miss Cynthia Rocco
Mr. George E. Lohrman
Rose Lerner
John Mellow
Mrs. Moller
John Lancia
Mr. George Geiger
Miss Barbara Boudo
Mr. Abe Ornstein
N. Calabrese, Jr.
J. Schevartz
Sam De Pinto
Martin Singer
M. Costello
Mrs. C. D. Mengie
George W. Kemmet
Edward J. Ullmer
Peter Filak
E. J. Traynor
John Mahoney
F. Kelly
F. Kelly
F. Kelly
F. Kelly
D. Casey
Eddie — 2
Mary Sardelich
Mrs. Petrovich
Pat Russo
Mr. J. Najarian
Steve Monacelli
Marge Monacelli

Mary McBride
Sal Verducci
Jim Verducci
Tom Gustoferro
Miss Red Head
Trixes
A Friend Mother
A Friend Mother
Mrs. E. Rocco
Mr. Joe Nobile
Mr. Tony Nobile
Mr. George Seville
Mr. Dan Seville, Jr.
Miss Arlene Hart
Miss Antoinette Intelli
Miss Madeline Rocco
Mr. Floyd E. Barker
Mr. Bill Baggs
Miss Ann Di Lorengo
Miss Susan Tivne
Mr. Frank L. Torre
Mr. Romeo Del Prino
Mr. Harold Rocco
Mr. Nicholas Rimassa
Mr. Joe Margelli
Mr. Thomas Margelli
Mr. John Solacco
Mr. Joseph Rocco
Mr. John L. Vervoordt
Mr. Tony Segreto
Mr. Frank Pilecki
Mr. Louis Baron
Miss Margie Hart
Mr. Marty Garille
Miss Lerra Daurcr [sic - Daurer?]

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People Grogan, John J.
Date 1954
Year Range from 1954
Year Range to 1954
Search Terms Stevens Institute of Technology
Eighth St.
Hudson St.
G.I. Joe's Drum & Bugle Corps
G.I. Joes Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps of Hoboken, N.J.
Caption front cover
Imagefile 241\20140080002.TIF
Classification Music
Social & Personal Activity
Parades & Pageants
Mayors
Schools
Cultural Activities