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Meredith College, kaleigh, N. C., Saturday, April 30, 1921
ASSOCIATION HELD AT
Second Annual Conference Held Since Its
Organization at University of North
Carolina in February
Tlic second semiannual contA'fcnei* of the
North Cavoliiin Intcveollcginte Pross Associa
tion mot at Dttvidson College, Davidson, N. C.,
the twenty-seeoud and twenty-third ot! tliis
month. This organization was instituted at
Chapel Hill last February under the leader
ship of Mr. Daniel L. Grant, editor of the Tar
Heel, for the betterment of college magazines
Gathering at Davidson were representatives
from eleven colleges. Friday afternoon after
the registration of the delegates, an executive
committee composed of Mi.ss Sarah Lingle,
Salem, Mr. ‘William Horner, Carolina, Miss
Anne Fulton, Greensboro, Miss Evelyn Brid-
ger, Meredith, and , Qxieeiis
met for discussion. Changes were made in
tV.o '•o’’.stitvt'0'i a'*d of ”■>-
terest were taken np.
Friday evening, in the ab-senee of Mr. J. E.
Cassell, Davidson, president of the organiza
tion, the first meeting was held, with Mr.
Carroll W. Weathers, Wake Forest, second
vice-president, presiding. The address of
welcome was made by Prof. A. Currie, of
Davidson, which was responded to by Mr.
Weathers. Following this was an address
made by Jidian S. Miller, of the Charlotte
News. In the absence of J. 0. Faulkner, foi'-
mer editor of the Ring Turn Phi, of Washing
ton and Lee University, who was unable to be
present for the occasion, the meeting ad
journed, after which the delegates, as guests
of the Sigma Upsilon Literary Society, en
joyed an informal reception in Bachelor’s
Hall from nine until eleven.
The second meeting of the conference was
held Saturday morning, presided over by its
res])cctive president, Mr. Ca-sswell. Prof.
E. J. Erwin, of Davidson, addressed the body
oil the “Literary Magazine,” a sjibject which
proved both interesting and nsef\il, i“si)ecially
to those of little experience. This tiddress
was followed by short talks on “Advertis
ing,” by Mr. Carl .1. Matthews, David.soji,
and on “The Matuiging Editor’s Job,” by Mr.
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VOICE RECITAL RENDERED BY
ADVANCE STUDENTS OF MEREDITH
A voice recital oL' the rc'giilar sliulent series
was presented by 1lu‘ advaiu-ed stiuh-nls oL’
Meredilli College in the College audihifitini
last Tuesday al’ternoon. The pi'oirriiin was
SENIORS ENTERTAINED BY
MISS LOUISE ALLEN,
On last Wednesday evening little Jliss
Louise Allen, mascot of- the Senior Class, of
Meredith College, delightfully entertained the
class at a Butl'et Supper at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melver Allen, of Cam
The little hostess, assisted by her mother,
received her gue.sts in the reception hall, from
there they wore invited by Mrs. J. Richard
Crozior and Mrs. C. E. Brower into the par
lor, which was beatitifully decorated in roses
The dining-room was most attractively dec
orated in southern smilax aiul sevansonia. The
table was surro\uided by a daisy chain and a
kewpie iii“eap and gown” served as a cenli'r-
Serving in the dining-room were Misses
Anne Eliza Brewer, Dob)res Crozier, Charlotte
Johnson, and Laura Weatherspoon.
The following menu was served:
The choosing of an attractive child for the
mascot is quite a unique idea, Miss Allen being
the first for several years.
excellently rendered, each number deserving
distinct credit. The following numbers ap
peared on the program:
Caro Mlo Ben Gionlani
As thro the Streets (La Boheme) Puccini
Lots Massky Bass
In the Time of Roses Riechardt
Hunjiy Sons Del Uinuo
Vissi D’Arte, Vissi iD'Aniore (Tosca) Viiccini
ETUKI. IjUIS Fkkkki.l
Song of April Sailer
The Asra BuUnslein
Dan'odil Song WooJ
Lois Massky Bass
He is Kind, fTe is Good Musscnct
April Morn liuttcn
Pale Moon Lopan
.Test Her Way Aitkei>
Will O' The Wiap S>i>vohs
IStMKI. LfOIS r'KUKKI.l,
Ushering wore Missis Doris .len'ries. 13(’ssie
Li'c Pt)ole, Sailie Smith, Ueralditu; Gower,
Christine Judd, Kiiby TIoneycutt.
MEREDITH FACULTY AND
Choir Is Composed of One Hundred Voices.
Miss Stitzel and Mrs. Mullin Render
In the Meredith (.'ollegt’ Aiiditoriinu o]i
Saturday evening, April 2;}. an audience of
music lovers enjoyed •the best nuisieal jiroduc-
tion Meredith has featured for several years.
A chorus of one hundred voices, accompanied
by Miss Rath Goldsmith, j)ianist. and Miss
La\tra Eiberg, organist, and directed by Dr.
Dingley Browii, presented Cowen's Cantata,
“The Daughter of the Sea." 'I'he selections
were rendered in this order;
Cliorus—"The Snn lias set.”
Trio—(The Sisters)—“Why so sad, clear sister
Solo—Soprano—(The Sea Maid)—"It was the
Chorus—“Wish not that.”
Chorus—“In her cavern.”
n....,., . -f,; Pf'ntrs'.’'^ Maid
and the Witch)—“I know the boon.’'
Solo—(The Witch) and Chorus—“Then sleep,
while o’er thee."
Choral Interlude—“She wakens again."
Chorus—"From a distant laud."
Trio—(The Sisters)—“Sister we come thy life
Solo—Soprano—(The Sea Maid)—"How calm
and peacefully he sleeps.”
Finale—(The Sea Maid and Chorus)—"Farewell
to the mists.”
Jliss Alice Stitzel Miss Blanche Suider
Miss Marie Stilwell
The careful |)roniniciation of the words by
the chorus, as well as the skillful interpreta
tion of the work reflects praise upon the
The trio, by Miss Alice Stitzel, Miss Blanche
Snider and Miss Mai’ie Stilwell. sluiuid be
given especial nu'ntion.
Although the Cantata alone would have
been sufficient enteriaitnuenf. the iirst ]>art of
tli’ |it'ogram. which con.sisted of three vtu-al
s(ilos by Miss Alitre Stitzel aiu] two violin
solos by Jlrs. Martha Alexander Mullin, was
highly appi’eciated by all.
FRESHMEN AGAIN VICTORS IN
The final game of the chanipiouship series
between the .luniors ami Freshmen was
played Tuesday al'ternoon.
Exi'itenu’ut was at higlu'st piti-li through
out the game, especially ui'ar the end when
ilii'y were about even, the Juniors having won
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