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about the last one and suggesting things for. this one. Romayne Gregory, Chapter president last year and delegate to last convention suggests: "Informal discussions by groups of active chapter delegates, and more discussions from the floor in whicn girls and not advisors participate." Greg says "I liked the friendly atmosphere at the meetings, and the sisterly feeling that prevailed." The Chalets and Estes Park sound fascinating. We wish we all could go. But those of us who can't are doing our bit now. That seems to be all for this time until May.

* * * • After the flurry of rushing season and bidding was quiet, four new girls took their initial service. Peg Yarnell, Betty Allen, Alida Newcomb, and Emeline Putman took the Ribbon Service degree on March the third. Peg Yarnell and Emeline Putman were pledged on March the tenth, and Emeline was given final initiation service on March fifteenth. Nu Nu chapter took the sorority examinations on Wednesday, March the ninth and breathed a sigh of relief. Term examinations began on March eighteenth and continued through the twenty-fourth when we all trooped home to see the Easter bunny and collect our wellearned forty winks. After a delightful vacation, we returned to Drexel, eager for the next term's work (which statement you may read with such intonations as you see fit), and with us returned our long-absent president, Teddy Swartz, whom we had been missing for a term. On Saturday, April ninth, Nu Nu chapter again packed off to the Drexel Lodge for a happy week-end. This time for an informal dinner-dance. Dinner and the orchestra began at seven-thirty and we all had the time of our lives until curfew rang. Then, sitting around the fire, eating nuts, and "talking things over" we decided to "do this again." Sunday passed uneventfully except for a football game with a roll, (Blanche's new game). Then home for tea, with a delightful time to remember (in spite of the rain). Virginia Moore.

OMICRON OMICRON CHAPTER NEWS Omicron Omicron chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha was well represented in the beauty contest held recently at Kent State College. The contest was featured by the Chestnut Burr, the college annual, and judged by Zeigfield. Miss Anderson, the winner of the contest, is one of our most prominent members. Miss Louiane Schram and Miss Mary Dorze are also members of our chapter and entrants in the contest.

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Miss Frieda Sturgill, newly initiated member of Omicron Omicron chapter is \Very prominent in dramatic club work. Miss Sturgill had

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Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932  

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932