THE PHOENIX Ribbon pledging was held at the sorority house last Thursday eve-ning. We are very proud to announce the following girls as pledges of Mu Mu chapter: Marie Buecher, Pontiac, Michigan. Audrey Eckert, Ferndale, Michigan. Beatrice Keish, Chelsea, Michigan. Mary Esther Lawerence, Ypsilanti, Michigan. Maxine Skarrit, Milford, Michigan. Our winter party is to be held Saturday, February r4, at the Masonic Temple. The "Victors" from Ann Arbor will furnish the music. Frances E. Edwards.
NU NU CHAPTER And the only men present were the cool placid pieces of statuary, unable to dance because of loss of limbs or important business at hand. This sounds like the Panhellenic party in Drexel Court, when the three Drexel sororities entertained the Freshmen and new girls with dancing, refreshments and a pantomime of the good old days when villains were kissed and heroes sighed over.. So it was! That was a mere insertions of irons into the fire. From then on things moved swiftly. The following week-end the charm and simplicity of the Colonial Dames Hall proved an effective setting for the attractive guests of Nu Nu at a formal rushing dance. Members are still wondering how much of an A. S. A. impression some of their escorts made in an effort to help "rush." Again the real male element was eliminated--or better, substituted by Nu Nu's in borrowed tuxedos. A "Bachelor's Dinner" was held at Drexel Lodge. The guests received favors of A. S. A. engraved compacts, members progressed between courses to tell others of their "cool million" market successes, and everyone was becoming quite well acquainted when, lo and behold! One of the bachelors fell fast asleep in a comfy chair. This gave everyone a chance to peep in on a typical bachelor's reverie. A sweet little girl from nowhere in particular turned the pages of a large album in which were seen living pictures of all with whom the bachelor had ever been infatuated--coquette, riding girl, trained nurse, merry widow, etc. When the dreamer awoke, he announced the wedding, to take place immediately, of the smallest bachelor present. The bride, a large athletic girl, had insisted upon an athletic wedding that she might wear her blue rompers, hockey goal guards and tennis net veil. The groom obliged her by agreeing and by wearing a fencing helmet, chest guard and foil. The minister appeared accommodatingly in rifle uniform, while attendants wore bathing suits, riding habit, etc. The Student House members took a "Coolidge leave" of their guests, to be home as the clock struck ro:3o p. m.