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WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., MARCH 26, 1927.
Established His Greatness
Famous Miisiciaii Was Master of Self-Expression
and Technique, Interpreted Accurately Feel
ing of His Day; His Woi'ks a Triumph
the Scliool of Music of Salem Col-
t the Expanded Chapel S
at the organ. The Glee C
Mr. Vardell then spoki
occasion of Beethoven We.
tenarv of the birthday of Ludwig
Van Beethoven, the world's greatest
a composer, b.
men of the w
way the feeling of that period,
in his music he interpreted
he appeals to the ambition to
ata,” played^ by which
“sLataTn F ^Maj^r” "la^yed by
Miss Read, violinist, and Mr. Var
dell. The rendition by Mr. Vardell
The “Hymn of Joy” by Beethov-
0f“"thf binh of“’Ludt*ig Van"a
SING MARCH 2
r, March 27, at 8 o’clock. No
DR. ANSCOMBE TO
TEACH AT GUILFORD
5 he was head of the History
Seniors Guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Vogler
Forsyth Country Club Scene of De
lightful Dinner; Black and Gold
Color Scheme Carried Out
Master Herbert Vogler, Jr., the
tS; evenfnX March 2?!'
Forsyth Country Club.
Master Vogler, assisted by his
mother and father, Mr. and ''
Herbert Vogler, and Miss
Pfold, received the guests.
The class colors, black and gold.
won by Miss Bes-
Mrs. Edward Macdowell
Speaker Told of the Founding and Growth of the
Artists Colony at Peterborough, New Haynp-
shire; Established in MacDowell’s Memot'y
TO ATTRACT CROWDS
presented by the Juniors. Sale
line act will be the p
St deliglitful program made up
songs and dances by talented
ning personality and delightful
from the very first. Her lec-
fng^' PeXpsX‘^lovdiIst“of XL
ing, March 19. The
The‘^scene'’waf l^i^in florist shop
where Emily Toby as Slovsky, the
speak in the 1
of a Jewish
^ The ro?e“of
The books will ultimately be given
to the Salem College library.
The program of the evening was
pourakis acted the role of “Analyt-
ikos,” who came to attempt to re-
, per cent B plus or
making an average of A plus or
above, while ten per cent aver '
plus or above. In the Sopho
1 is one of
's de!th lil! I
ly trf dlseusXn^ oT"the‘founXg
and growth of this institution, with
audience by playing for them a num
her of her husband's composition.s
Quite a few changes were made ii
the printed program together witl
the Sea; Sea Song; A. D.
-From Sea Pieces, Op. S.'S.
To a Wild Rose; To a Water Lily;
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE
Mrs. J. C. Dunn of Kinston
Mrs. Rugene Watt of this ci
Mrs. S. O. Chase of Florida
Mrs. H. S. Stokes of this c: