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Simmons University, Abilene, Texas Cowboy Band 1927-28

Simmons University, Abilene, Texas Cowboy Band 1927-28

Simmons University Cowboy Band 1927-28

Simmons University, now Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

Band Members:

D. O. Wiley, Director; Y. P. Kuhn, Drum Major; G. B. Sandefer, Manager; Frank R. Rainwater, Asst. Director; Byron Pollock, Publicity Manager; Wayland Cox, Secretary

Cornets - Roy Reeves, Byron Kidwell, J. W. Thomas, Roy Weatherby, Richard Walker, Emmett Howard, E. V. Lancaster, John A. Hutchison, Ray Fesmire, Jack Roberts, Frank Homesley

Trombones - Robert Tietze, Wallace Wimberly, Claude Wilson, Cleo Hazel, Alden Sanders

Clarinets - H. A. Anderson, Ray Sims, Elmo Lowe, Clyde Rowe, Robert Malone, T. A. Smith, Francis Fry, Charles Bailey, Paul Hilsman, Wayland Cox, DeWitt Black, Adrian Crumpler, William Bartlett, Harold Owen

Percussion - Otha Hillyard, Harry Hayes, Myron Corbin, Estell Patterson

Flute - William Corder

Horns - Moody Logan, Hines Sims, Frances Stultz, Cleve Blackyard, Harold Voss

Saxophones - Bob Whipkey, Elmer Spears, Charles Logsdon, Joe McCluskey, Howard Farmer, Louis Bailey, Elie Lam

Basses - R. E. Simpson, Ray Garrett

Baritones - Knox Kelly, Opie Clark, Charles Dyer

Photo from the 1928 Bronco, yearbook of Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

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