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April 29
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May Day
May 6
OF SAINT MARY’S
VoL. II, Ho. 14 EALEIGII, XORTII CAROLIHA April 14, 1939
E. A. P.’S AVIX ESSAA' CONTEST MUSIC NOTES
At tile joint meeting of the literary societies on The Raleigh String Quartet, composed of Edgar
Tuesday night, April 11, the winners of the essay con- Alden, violinist; Dorothy Alden, violinist; Christian D.
test were announced as follows: first place, Frances Kutschinski, viola; and Katherine Eide, violincellist•
Moore, E.A.P., for her essay, “Beauty and Loneliness”; assisted by Mary Ruth Haig, gave a concert in the
second place, Gertrude Carter, E.A.P., for her “Bill”; Saint Mary’s Auditorium at 8:15, Monday, April 10.
and third place, Mary Lee Daughtridge, Sigma Lambda, They presented the following program :
for “Chameleon and the Hypocrite,” and Lossie Taylor,
E.A.P., for “Winsomeness.” _ Quartet, Op. 95 (Serioso) Beethoven
The first place essay received fifteen points, the Quintet in E Minor Franck
second, ten, and the two thirds, five points each, which Variations from “Emperor” Quartet : Haydyn
gave the E.A.P.’s thirty points to the Sigma Lambda’s Berceuse (on a Russian theme) D’Osten-Sacken
five. This places the E.A.P.’s ahead by thirty-nine Finale from String Quartet in A Minor Schumann
points in the intra-society competition. The third con- * « *
test, that of short stories, will begin immediately. ^ two-piano
LETTER CLUB INITIATES NEW MEMBERS ensemble at the State Music Convention at Fayetteville
. 1 p V today.
During the past week thirteen new members of the ^ ^ ^
Letter Club have been undergoing strenuous initiations. accompanist for the pro-
rp , j: 1 • 11, 11 n mi f broadcast by the Music Club on the
Elizabeth lucker for kickball, Grace Thompson for g g g .gg
kickball, Ann Christian for kickball and basketball,
Sue Berry for kickball, Dixie French for kickball, . * * *
Teeny Montgomery for kickball and basketball, Laura Miss Milburta Horn appeared as guest artist on the
Gordon for basketball, Virginia Kaulbach for basket- University of Horth Carolina Program on Thursday,
ball, Emily Schenck for kickball, Lamar Spencer for April 6, broadcasted over WPTF, Raleigh. She sang
kickball and basketball, Phoebe Withers for kickball eight modern compositions by Dr. Jan Philips Schin-
and basketball, Katherine Goold for kickball, and Annie ban, who accompanied her at the piano. She will sing
Hyman Bunn for kickball. again during Radio Week, April 17-23.
The Letter Club consists of all the girls who have * h: *
made all-star teams in any of the major sports at Saint On Friday night Miss Horn sang as a solo the beau-
Mary’s. Francis Coxe is president of the club and the tiful cantata, “The Message” from the Cross by Mac-
old members are; Mary Connally Coxe, Mallie White, Farlane, at Christ Church. It was greatly enjoyed by
Virginia Trotter, Helen Kendrick, Frances Bailes, those present.
Hixie Mae Davis, Mary Lily Moore, Virginia Lee * * *
Kirby, Annie Webb Cheshire, Mary Midyette, and Migg Horn will sing with the combined choral groups
Mary Gault. of Meredith and Wake Forest Colleges on Wednesday,
IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY’ April 19, at 8 o’clock, in Wake Forest. She will sing
Several changes are under way and more are soprano solos and obligatos of the Hymn of Praise
planned on various parts of the campus. An addition, Mendelssohn. The program will be repeated at
now under construction, to the Music Building will be Meredith on Sunday, April 23, at 4 o’clock,
used as a studio for the head of the Music Department, * * *
and a storage warehouse for all school supplies is .to As usual this year Easter services attracted many
be built on the lines of the present Music Building. outsiders from Raleigh and elsewhere. The choir,
(All old sheds and buildings and the barn have been under the direction of Mr. Jones, sang several very
removed.) beautiful selections. Those choir members with out-
Improvements on the campus grounds are also being standing parts were: Cordelia Jones (soloist), and Vir-
made. The south and west end athletic field banks ginia Trotter, Frances Fish, and Annie Hyman Bunn
have been turfed; the space behind Holt Hall is being (trio) in the Te Deum in G; Annie Hyman Bunn in
landscaped; a privett hedge has been planted, and the the morning offertory anthem. Awake Thou That
driveway for tradesmans’ entrance has been opened Steepest; Virginia Trotter in the Magnificat in G; and
into College Ave., to relieve auto traffic on the front Frances Fish in the evening offertory anthem, Christ
campus. is Risen.
    

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