has only about 8 members. On each address sheet in each Round Robin, beside the date column indicating when the letter must leave each person, is another column in which those paying the yearly dues are checked. No charitable or professional activities, as such, has ever been launched by K. K. The meeting annually at the time of Temple Home-coming, provides professional interests for everyone, meeting with and enjoying the professional departmental exercises. II. City AssociationsTo our knowledge K. K. alumn<ÂŁ attend three Associations, the Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and the City Alliance of Lancaster, Lebanon, Reading and Harrisburg. A. Philadelphia Association-Reorganized at the January meeting, held in the form of a luncheon at which about 25 members were present, from both K. K. and N. N. Chapters. A year's program has been presented to the members. Mrs. Doyle is entertaining the Philia. Association, the two College Chapters, K. K. and N. N., at a "Tea" in the new Recreational . Hall of the beautiful new Mittan Hall at Temple University. This is to be held March 17th. B. City Alliance-The January meeting was held in Harrisburg at the former home of Mary Wilson August. It was better attended than any other meeting in the short history. of the Alliance. Two Mother-patronnesses as well as two Alpha Sig Juniors added to the interesting and enjoyable getto-gether Luncheon. The next meeting will be held in Lancaster with Kitty Bender and Virginia Hoffman as Hostesses. We have no dues up to the present. All expenses are taken care of by the hostess, every one gets their turn and may entertain in any satisfactory manner. Publications-The Alliance News a one-sheet news goes out to all the members several times during the year to keep up the interest and enthusiasm as well as announce meetings and events. This is edited by a member in turn who has facilities for doing so. C. The Pittsburgh Association-! do not have details concerning their meetings and activities. D. The New York City Association-There are K. K.