Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer, M.D., French Horn player and Drum Major in the Marching Hundred from 1946 to 1950. In addition to having a distinguished record of service to Indiana University and the medical profession, he was the founder of The Robert M. Palmer, M.D., Institute of Biomechanics, Inc.
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Rusty Pipes 2016 Edition 1

Rusty Pipes 2016 Edition 1

Rusty Pipes 2016, Edition 1, is Here! This year's Rusty Pipes newsletter will be in two parts. Get your Rusty Pipes 2016, Edition 1. This first edition will introduce you to the new President of the Marching Hundred Alumni Council,…

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Wesley Humphrey

Wesley Humphrey

Wesley was Drum Major of the Marching "100" from 1948-1951. He was a graduate of Whiting, Indiana High School where he had been a French horn player. He served in the United States Army in Korea in Special Services, entertaining the troops before going to Indiana University.
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Tribute To Derrick Evan Wallace

Tribute to Derrick Evan Wallace

December 20, 1986 - June 13, 2013 Staff Sergeant Derrick Evan Wallace, 26, of San Antonio, Texas (formerly from Kokomo) died on Thursday, June 13, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Derrick was born December 20, 1986 in Ft. Myers, Florida…

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Gerald Doty

Gerald Doty

by Paul Addison, with information from the Indiana University News website thanks to Gerald's son Philip for pointing out a correction 9/4/2010 Not many people who were part of the Marching Hundred can tell us about it when they are…

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Debbie Cardwell Peterson

Debbie Cardwell Peterson

Debbie was a horn player at Bloomington High School North and was tough, no-nonsense, and competitive. Completely driven and devoted to the band program, she was the same with her sports. She served on the Alumni Band council for several years.
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Woodie Scroggs

Woodie Scroggs

by Ray Cramer, Director of Bands R. NORWOOD (WOODIE) SCROGGS February 2, 1924 - July 31, 2001 Woodie Scroggs was a great friend, loyal supporter of Indiana University and especially of the Marching Hundred. Woodie was a 50-year Marching Hundred…

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