To University Alumni :
Last January at the Alumni Conference,
a resolution was passed requesting the Uni-
vel'sity Glee lub to make a record of
"Hark the Sound of Tar Heel Voices,"
the University hymn, at the first oppor-
tunity. The Glee Club is plcased to an-
nounce that this record was made by the
Brunswick Company while we were in
New York last I'ebruary.
The Glec ILib rcached the high st peak
of its phenomcnal success in New York.
All our efforts wcrc concentratcd toward
a successful invasion. Thc New York
allc ts the fulfillmcnt of oLlI' dcsire.
It was while wc had this, the bcst Club of
our history, that thc record was made.
Thc reconl is double faccd with "I-lark
thc S und" on one side and a ncgro spirit-
ual "Toll de Bcll, Angel" on thc other.
Another doublc faced rceord was also
madc containing two negro spiritual , "Go
Down Moses," and" ouldn't Hear Nobody
Pray," thc lattcr of which is considcrcd by
the Brunswick ompany to bc the best
rceord d record ma Ie by them.
You undoubtcdly hcard thc Glcc Club
when you wcre herc for ommencemcnt.
"ife had the r cords 0 11 sale but at Secre-
tary Grant's re lucst we did not advertisc
them as we did not want to make your
"Homc- oming" a sales agency. Conse-
quently, wc have somc of these records .on
hand and I am giving you thc opportunIty
of obtaining thelll n w. They arc seventy-
fivc ccnts cach.
It is now thc privilege as well a thc
duty f very arolina alumnus to h a~c
this University hymn rccordcd by a U111-
versity organizaiton in his homc.
E n NlCs T F. YOUNG,
U NIVERSITY GLEE CLUB.
The First Presbyt rian church of Fay-
cttcville was thc scene f a brilliant wed-
ding on Jun 24, whcn Miss Kathcrinc
McDiarmid Robinson. '20, youngest daugh-
ter of Henry McDiarmid Robinson, became
the bride of Reuben Oscar Everett, '03,
prominent member of the Durham bar. T he
wedding was the culmination of a romancc
which began two years ago when the bride
and bridegroom were attending the meet-
ing of thc American Bar Association in
London and Paris.
The bride is one of the state's most cul-
tured and talented young womcn, having
been for several year a member of thc law
firm of Robinson and Robinson. of Fay-
etteville. She is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and . C. C.
W., at Green boro, and studied at Colum-
bia University, Cornell and in \Vashington
city. President of the North Carolina
Federation of Business and Professional
Women's clubs during the pa t year, she
has made a host of friends. She is presi-
dent of the state alumni a sociation of N.
C. C. W. A member of the North Caro-
lina Society of the Colonial Dames and the
United Daughters of the Confederacy, she
has always been actively engaged in all
civic and patriotic work of hcr native town
and state. ince the announcement of her
engagement, the bride has been the recipi-
ent of a large number of social courtesies.
The bridegroom, son of the late Justus
Everett and Margaret Purvis Everett. of
Martin county, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and an alumnus
of Columbia Univer ity. Hc is president
of the Bryan lIfemorial Association in
North Carolina and a tru tee of the Uni-
versity. He has always taken an active
part in the legislative work of the state,
having served several times in the legisla-
ture, having been recently elected for the
cnsuing term. Mr. Everett has always
been a leader in the social and civic Iifc
Sevcral lawyer in the clas of 1917 won
cnviable positions in the recent Democratic
primaries. J. c. Patton was elected judgc
of the Durham Recorder's Court by a sur-
prising majority, defeating Judge Paul C.
Graham who had hcld thc officc for four-
teen years. John Bright H ill, judge of the
Juvcnile Court, Wilmington, was electcd to
the Hous of Hcprescntatives from Ncw
Miss Anna Cowan Strong and Mr. Rob-
crt E. Williams, both of Raleigh, were
married on June 26 in th hurch of the
Good Shcphenl, in Raleigh. Thc Rev.
Henry G. Lanc, rector of thc church, per-
formed thc ccremony. The IVcdding music
was played by Dr. Hubert M. Potcat, of
Mrs. Williams is thc daughtcr of thc latc
Gcorge Vaughan Strong and Mrs. K mp
P. Ballle. She is a grand-daughtcr of thc
late Judge Gcorge Vaughan Strong.
Mr. Williams is a son of thc Rev. and
Mrs. H. T. Williams, of Chase it)', Va.,
and a nephclV of Dr. Horace vVilliams, of
the University of North Carolina. Hc is
the city cditor of thc
The marriagc of Miss Ethelyn Michaux
Graham, daughter of Mrs. ]ohn Graham
of hapcl Hill, and Oscar A. Pickctt of
Kenvil, N. ]., was solemnizcd in an im-
prcssivc cercmony last month in thc First
Presbyterian Church in Durham.
Mrs. Pickett, wh has becn connected
for some timc with the Durham public li-
brary, is a graduatc of Durham high
school and a f rmer student 0 f the South-
ern Conservatory of Music.
Mr. Pickctt, a formcr resid nt of Dur-
ham, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
M. Pickctt of Durham. He is at present
in the employm nt of thc Hcrcules Power
Company of Kcnvil, N. ]., whcre the bride
and bridegroom will make their home
after an extended wedding trip in thc north
LcCt to rill'h!, th 'y arc 'harles Lrc 0011, John Motley tor\1r 'Morehead is a Univer it)' Alumnus. The degree was also conferred
drgree of docto,' of lnws at Oll1l11enCell1 ~~. WiJli~1I1 Edward Dodd, lhe historian.
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