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treasurer;

Ann Martin,

recording secretary;

Jean Prosise, corresponding secretary, and

each phrase of music until

ODT

Although

The members

Katherine Lynch, historian.

we had

it

per-

fect.

prevented

restrictions

we were

of the English department gave us invalu-

our usual out-of-town concerts

able assistance.

privileged to take part in both choir concerts as well as in several chapel programs.

These programs

in addition to the

had planning them, have made to

with a table

STAGE

honor organization

single blue star,

and

dimly lighted

in the center a

around which are seated eleven

girls,

robed in the traditional garb of fifteenth century

friars!

They

are singing

—

their

voices blending into one harmonious lyric, a bit strange to our "jive"

which sounds

The

trained ears.

Madrigal this

singers,

ancient

are the S.

girls

whose

musical

T. C.

interpretations of

form are generally

ject.

The purpose

is

wor\, and

girls

once again? The answer

lots of

it.

Madrigal singing

is

initiated

tion to everyday

life

The

edited

war time

is

to

show

strive to pre-

we

this.

This year, however,

to the

working of

we were

For the same reason the

was not

The programs were most They ranged from

have

organ of

official

restrictions

usual national convention

held.

interesting.

discussions of the classics pu7,2,les

and the telhng of

We closed our meetings by

On Thursday nights we gathered round the

to the flag in Latin.

re-sang

and to

Trihiinal, the

the national society.

singing

Maddox, sang and

have

membership.

into

In the past here at Farmville

practice and an inborn feeUng for music.

rection of Pat

who

serve a love for the classics.

jokes in Latin.

di-

Each quarter

of our organi2;ation

an art which can only be acquired through

piano in the choir room and under the

an

the needs for the humanities and their rela-

unable to do

normal college

is

This year Jane Anderson and Georgia

Knight were

concert.

away and we become

Rho

the highest scholastic averages in that sub-

because of

the robes are laid

in Latin.

Pi

bid to membership those girls

considered to be the high spot of any school

But what goes on behind the scenes when

this a year

RHO

PI

s.IIGMA we

qA

we

remember.

SIGMA

MADRIGAL GROUP

fun

"America" and pledging

allegiance

This year Jane Waring Rutfin served as president;

Margaret Barksdale,

vice-presi-

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