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THE DAILY TAB HKKU SUNDAY. MAY II. 1S52
i " " : if
at St. Helena: the in0 his chronicle at alL had not written his account of
; 1 t . j i t ! a t -
Trvu-mnl nf General Bertrand laitnxu precision, ne re- t apoieoa lor uie onsu; 01 pocter-
v. Jtzmnerors jrai
Th is Week
! by Paul Fleurioi de Lan-1 coraed the words and actions cf ;
ISnnt Garden City: Double-1 Napoleon, his doctors, servants
dav and Co. S3. 7 5
ity. So much was obvious from
the manuscript, written in 3er-
and friends during the last five i trand's own personal shorthand
" . , - j -i. months on the island. The re- : and Very nearly unreadable
Here is apoieon. Granted, it . . , j - ' ...
is a sympathetic portrait, noted
suit is a clinical study of the de- ; constant devotion and care, de
by a man who was among the - . - ' ; . , . . . . t
. . , .., - , it is rianoleon, with all his faults : into the coherent to mi m wh:cn
K"m f-iOT-rT- -c rr-s rs ct fsnhni TOlIOW-5 -
, . - . , , I and contradictions, dissected to re- :
1 ers ana menas. granted, it ruis ; . t
, , . , , . veal his greatness as well.
: o-een ecutea dv a naiiu. cuixiucsi
This week promises to be a
musical one ArnfmH irrn TT3n ; houses have conve
The state of North Carolina
has made a turnabout and is be
coming arx conscious, in several ; equally devoted to the memory!
cities the shoot-em-uo
they have been published, rot
movie ; of the exile of St. Helena. Never-
the benefit of readers unacquaint-
f The journals of General Bert- i ed with the aetails of tne Na-
rand were counted among the ; poleonic Era. he has attache!
i. , , , t, , . , lost documents of historv until t comprehensive notes on the peo-
rted their lens- ' theless, the personality which - , T " . , , . . .
Presented is the schedule of to projecting art films on the emerges trom tnese pa0es is a i earthed them in the trongbox I the recorded conversations. He
J forceful one and a clear one. It i
I has not been softened by senti
events sponsored by the music screens,
department as anrn-.nrpd h
... " Ending museums have also ment or changed by re
opened throughout the state. Les historical prestige. Bertrand has
Monday at 3:30 p. m. at Hill obiets d'art are ornham; waftin Presented the Emperor as he saw ;
Hall the Men s Glee Club, under
the direction of Joel Carter, and
the Women's Glee Club, under
! containing the rest of the Gen-; has also deleted several passages
Jar'" f or l eral's personal papers. Bertrand' (See STORY', Page 3;
the direction of William White
sides, will present a combined
concert of vocal music. Included
in the program will be conroosi
ticns by Palestrina, Lotti, Pur
ceil. Franek, Tkach, Niles. Co
well. Woodman, and Carter.
1 him, content to allow others to j
i see the greatness emphasized by s
the contrasting outbursts of petty
anger, jealousy and despair. This !
In the resort areas of the state? is no glossy tribute to a Napoleons
once again historical pageants will ; who never existed, as Thomas !
entertain the thousands of vaca-" Watson later penned. Bertrand j
to be taken home by art lovers ;
m many cities. Book binding too ;
has taken a surge upward.
did not allow himself to intrude i
The program will also include
several groups of folk-songs.
Laurence Stith, tenor, and John
McCaskiil. bass, will be featured
as soloists. The glee clubs will
be accompanied by Patricia Ayd
leit and Benjy Havwocd, pianists,
and Win O. Headlee, organist.
Tuesday at 8:20 p. m.. at Hill
Music Hall William O. Headlee,? 14. Finest
,? ; 1 15. Seize
aciuui luuiii. liicijUi liuin
as a cat
13- An easy
dancing girl desk
(var.) 22. Fly aloft
7. Bolting, 23. Office having
as food few duties
8. Hole-pierc- 24. Hairlessness
ing tool 26. Owing
9. Laboratory 23. Winged
OS t c
yt iT -.jwya
ville. and instructor of organ '
in the music department will pre- 1
sent his senior organ recitah He
has been organist of the Pres-
byterian Church since 1949 and I
has appeared as accompanist with
the glee clubs in a joint recital
last year. He will represent the ;
Southeastern Region in the finals !
of a national organ-playing con-
test for organists under 25. spon- i
sored by the American Guild of
Organists, to be held in San Fran
cisco in June of this year. His
program will include comnosi
tions bv Reger, Pepping, Bach,
Alain. Daquin, Langlais, and
Wednesdav at 3:30 p. m. in Hill
Music Hall Barclay Brown, senior
music major from Wilmington,
will present his senior piano re
cital. Brown also is interested in
composition, having composed the
incidental music for the coming
Playmaker's production of The
Tempest. Included on his pro
gram will be compositions by
Haydn, Scarlatti, Scriabin and
Fridav at 8:30 p. m., at Hill
Music Hall Leon Edwards will
present a recital of piano music.
Edwards,- who is a native of Ral
eigh, is a junior in the music
department. He is well-known
as featured pianist with Woody
Hayes Orchestral Included on the
program will be compositions by f
Bach. Chonin. Debussy. and i
All of the concerts are free.
Everyone is invited.
stem of a
25. A watered
23. A Bulgarian
51. Be concerned
29. Conical tent
41. Test for ore
1. Nothing but
( sym. )
19. A pilaster
end of a
35. Ruler of
Tunis (title j
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Awards To Authors
The writers club of Charlotte
chose "In Some Casual Way," a
short story by Tread well Coving
ton UNC graduate of Raleigh, as
the winning story of the year.
Another local author also took
honors at the joint meeting of
the Charlotte Writers Club and
the North Carolina Poetry
Society. She is Josephine Howard
of Chapel Hill. The $25 winning
poem was "Discrimination.
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