Since our last letter Eta Eta has initiated eleven girls. They are as fo llows : Ada Frerer, Carthage, Mo. Ardis Monroe, Pittsburg, Kansas Bernice Han sen, Pittsburg, Kansas Laura Belle lies, Pittsburg, Kansas . Helen Brandenburg, Pittsburg, Kan sas Thelma Myer, Winfield, Kansas Lucile Tankersley, Arenas Pass, Texas Lillian Tankers ley, Arenas Pass, Texas Lodema Wiley, Fredonia, Kansas Mae Phillips, Columbus, Kansas Geraldine Welty, Wa lnut, Kansas.
February also meant our annual Valentine party. Our rooms were prettily decorated in red and white, and the whole affair was ideal. Hobo Day at Pittsburg was certainly an exciting day. Classes were dismissed at eight-thirty, and faculty and students turned hoboes for the day. The weary willies assembled n the auditorium in Carney Hall at nine-thirty, where a program was provided. The stunts were many and varied. Following this came the parade through the town in dog carts, and every broken-down vehicle which could be procured. Even the schools were dismissed, so that all could view our parade. The college cafeteria served lunch to the weary willies at noon, and then came a hobo track meet. In th e evening our annual Stunt Fest took place. Each organization gave a ten minute stunt. Our stunt received honorable mention. Ruth Flottman was presented the first prize of five dollars in chapel for the best hoboess. The cornerstone of our new library was laid on March eighteenth, Commemoration Day, which is also apple day. The students fined the faculty a barrel of apples路 to be large enough to contain one apple for each student. Apples were given out in chapel. Esthe1' Wilson
THETA THETA CHAPTER
A Valentine Tea. Here it is time to greet you again and chat with you awhile. February was a happy month for Theta Theta. One of the pleasant meetings was that of February eleventh, at the sorority rooms. This was social meeting and took