Dwight Sherwood directed choral singing from 1941 to 1968. He remembered well his first day here, when there was no music and he had only one boy in chorus. The chorus grew to 250, and he made a name for himself with his fine operettas. The 1952 FORX, with a musical theme, was dedicated to Sherwood and Leo Haesle. The 1956 FORX, too, was dedicated to him: "a wonderful human being," who gave, "knowledge from within, interest and encouragement--the human stuff."