From a review of "Suspended in Air"
in The Tech, March 9, 1954
. . . The best number in the whole show is a three man song and dance routine by George Marcou ’53, George Perry ’55, and Davd Rados ’55, which is done in front of the curtain during a change of scenes. Called “My Mother Was A Tech Co-ed,” the number undoubtedly was a bit on the corny side. But it was also tuneful, fast moving, and a delight to watch and listen to. . . .
. . . There were two really good ballads, “I’ve been in Love” and “Wonder Why,” and another clever novelty song “Men Are For the Birds.” Music Director John Hsia and Norman Telles have turned out a really fine set of songs.
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