I am glad to see that informal Williams singing groups are flourishing (“Eph Cappella,” June 2011). But the sidebar assumed there were no such groups in the 1950s. To the contrary, the Williams Octet continued its concerts, drawing members from the more formally organized Williams College Choir and the Williams Glee Club. The Octet continued in the Hunke tradition and used some of his arrangements when singing before the Society of Alumni and other audiences.
William S. Dudley ’58, Easton, Md.