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On Saturday, Hovember 11, the Louis-
burg Cfollege A Cap_p,Glla Choir, under the
direction of Professor J'anes E. Byerly,
sang at the annual conference of East
ern North Cyrolina at Fayetteville.
The choir opened the progrtm by sirug-
ing "Adoramus Te”, Pal(strina. Other
numbers r:ere "as Torrents In Summeo?",
Elgar; "Night Fall in Skye">. Folk tune;
"Roll bhariot", Spiritual.
On'Sunday, evening, November 19, the
ohoir ’.Till -s’irg in the Vfelce Forest
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ivliss Stipe’s bi?thday gu®ts for the
werk of November 12-19 v;ere; Cooper
Gore , Dick Norvell and VJallE.ce Chandler.
Gordon Sorrell end ’Yaliace Gray also
had birthdays this ivoek, but r,-ere un
able to attend. Peggy Haofoid.,. Prof,
Raeford's young daughter, ras also a
HEiiR JE^'J.E wTiLTY ■FRIiJ^.Y'^ NOVEi'IBER
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COLLEGE PLAYER BEFORE TUESi^^.Y P.
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S'S A Y C^O/N
ivliss Mary ,Bethea, former Louisburg
CollsgG. student, .’.von ^15.00 third
prise in a contest sponsored by World
Outlook on behalf of Ivlr. and r.Irs » C»
M. Geothe of Sacramento, California.
The subjact for the essay '."fis 'Y/illiam
Tj^ndale"jand the English Bible.
SATURDAY NI.GHT 50CIL
The students of Louisburg Cclloge
vore entertained Seturd.ey night in the
auditorium and the social hall-*
The stunts in the auditorium were
under the direction of E&. Comor* A
version of Edgar Bergan and-Charlio
llcCarthy rx s given, by Matt McDa'de and
Lloyt Sheep. Ri‘chard Norgell read a
for of Ms oTiginal poems. Rachel
House and Lizzie Smith sang a humor
ous nogro duct. Volunteers from the
audience gave many delightful stunts%
^j'ter^the stunts the students took
part in such games f;s "Pass the Shoe",
’'Farmer in'the Dell", "London Bridge",
end "Truth or Coasequenses.-"
Yihy is everybody so sad about Duke