best ever. We are always proud of Miss Macintyre, and Mr. Ryder, the Dean of Men, simply kept us all in gales of laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gleaton, our young Christian workers, completed the party. All but two of our seniors of last year were able to be with us . Y. W . C. A. BARN DANC E
October twenty-third was the time for another new venture for Drexel. The Y. W. C. A. gave a barn dance in the gymnasium, and always before large dances have been held in the great Court. The gymnasium was decorated appropriately with corn, pumpkins, and black cats. The "horse" graced one corner, bedecked with a feather duster tail and a blanket. The atmos-路 phere was one of informality, freedom, and good cheer. W E LCO ME!
We have pledged, a new member, Edith Weaver, who lives in Philadelphia. We are overjoyed to have her one of us. A LUMN AE ITE MS
Miss Macintyre has received letters from Jane Clark, Nancy Jones, and Dorothy Oakes, telling of their woes away from Drexel. Jane and Nancy are lonely, while Dotty has found out how glorious A. S. A. really is by becoming a close friend to a chum of another A. S. A. Dotty says that it certainly does mean a great deal to her. Helen Lindenmuth and Florence Brierley visit us almost every week-end. We do not know what we would do without them. We were all happily surprised when Lib Haines burst into the Hallowe'en party at Drexel Paul. It was a big shock, but it surely did seem more like old times to have her back with us agam. Tongues wagged-and wagged some more. Edith M. Rood .
OMICRON OMICRON CHAP TER ODD ITEMS
Kent State is Tuesday Omicron Each sorority on ing expenses, ten
in the midst of a busy rushing season. Next Omicron is giving a dinner Bridge for rushees. the campus is allowed thirty dollars for rushdollars of which is to go to Pan-Hellenic for