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THE PHOENIX is probably getting supper ready, while Father sits in his ' Morris chair reading a newspaper and smoking his Meerschaum.--The rain has stopped, and I must finish that theme that I was writing.

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It was a perfect night. The moonlight was so white that it was almost ghostly. It was a thriiling night, and I was thrilled! This was to be my first, mid-night serenade. All the girls in the house were huddled together in the big bay window, waiting and watching. Several cars drove up in front of the house, and the boys started to unload. They had an orchestra too. In just a few minutes I heard "My Sorority Sweetheart" and "Betty Co-ed" sung as only college boys affected by the moonlight and a window full of girls could sing it.

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What college means to me. Is there any definite way to answer such a question? It means so many different things, like those I have mentioned above, and too, the scholastic development that I must have. Interwoven with this study is the feeling of attainment. While I am in college I want to feel that I have gained intellectual, social and spiritual power in the fullest measure. M ary Gene p ey, EE .

THE MOON The moon in all his splendor lies In peaceful, tranquil summer skies. He keepeth watch o'er all below, The great, the proud, the high, the low. He seeth all the wrong, the right, And vieweth every gruesome fight; And yet he never speaketh word To any man, or beast, or bird. He guideth all who live below Along the paths they wish to go. Doris E. Johnson, ZZ.

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932  

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932