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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE.
AT SACRED HEART.
he 3th. ult. was a galla day at S. H. Col
lege. At ijj.45.the carriage conveying our
Rt. Rev. Bishop arrived at the Abbey,, a-
rnidst the melodious chimes of welcome pea
led forth by the Abbatial Church bells and the hearty vocife
ous cheers of professors and students.
At 7 in the evening our Monseigneur, Rt. Rev. Fr. Abbot,
many of the Fathers, and a delegation of the larger boys re
paired to St. Mary's Academy to attend the grand concert
specially prepared for the occasion. , rl
As it was our agreeable duty, on several former occasions,
to place before our readers the high standard of excellency
shown by the young ladies in dramatic exhibitions, vocal and
instrumental music, suffice it to say that the lastwaS nbt the
In the Drama "Joan of Arc" Miss C. L..O'Bright,persona
ted the Maid of Orleans in her usual happy and unaffected
style. Miss K. Negahnquet,as Charles VII. acted -her role ina
facinating style far above the ordinary standard of proficiency
shown bv amateurs; while Miss Brown by her graceful move
ments and fluent address couM not be surpassed. , The other
members of the Caste, the Misses Tasierand Higbee; ''Misses
DeGraff, Chilson, Asher and Nosti added much to the suc
cess of the evening's entertainment.
The singing, both solos and choruses was of very, high me
rit: while the "Indian Hunterij Drill" and the "Sunflower
parade" greatly amused the aptKciative audience. T
' The minims, who took part in the "Sunflower Parade" got
an extra outing on Monday afternoon as a reward for 'their
share of the honors. How'they did enjoy themselves under
the watchful tyt-s and maternal solicitude of good Sr. M.
Lawrence and SrM. Joachim.
' "Miss jrv-Negahnquet delivered the subjoined address.