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The Word gives form to the idea. This is the motto of Lambda
Iota Tau, an international literary honor society. From this motto is
derived the objective of the members which is to develop their powers
of literary appreciation, one of the means used in this program of develop-
ment is the Bookwick. Works of authors 'such as Newman, Tacitus,
Lucretius, and Machievelli are being read, studied, and discussed at
the weekly meetings.
Prospective members submit to the society a paper whose topic
may range from exhaustive studies on the nature of poetry to examinations
of the structure and morality of various other types of works.
Lambda Iota Tau was organized in 1954 at Michigan State Univer-
sity with Aquinas College and Michigan State University as charter
chapters. The society has expanded from the time of its establishment
until now to include fourty-six colleges throughout the United States
and Canada. Annual regional meetings are held, this year's being held
at Siena Heights College. The discussion this year centered around
the plays of Paul Lorca.
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Nancy Rabaut, Pat Boyle, and Sister M. Bride.
O.P.,have just received the loose pages of the
ORBIT from the printer. Behind them are the
tedious hours of organization. Their smiles and
the apparent speed with which they work seems
to indicate that the end and the reward are close
At last, with a feeling of pride, accomplishment
and relief, Sister M. Bride, O.P.,and Alexandra
Ezop leaf through the finished product. Before
long the ORBIT will reach the public to be
praised, enjoyed, and criticized. The ORBIT
staff has received its reward .'
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Page 93 text:
The St. john's University Men's Chorus, under the direction
of Mr. Gerhard Track, joined the Aquinas College Chorus and its
director, Mr. Klaus Kratzenstein in presenting a concert on Thurs-
day, February 14, at the St. Cecilia Auditorium.
The first half of the program consisted of individual pre-
sentations by each chorus, the piece de resistance was a joint
performance of Schubert's Mass in G major. The mannered music
of the early nineteenth century mass moved one individual, Miss
Horgan, Dean of Women, to remark that it reminded her of a baroque
Swiss cathedral, painted in pastel pinks and blues of a spring
morning. Wonder what "joshua" and his battle brought to mind?
QUI A CGLLEGE
Mr. Gerhard Track and men of the
St. john's M6H,S Chorus before
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