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HOW TO MAKE MONEY GRACEFULLY The Alpha Sig House and proud residents were feeling positively expansive. The house (if it could have) would have made profound bows to anyone passing by. Two-thirty, brass knocker shining expectantly, windows fairly winking at the sun, shades carefully adjusted and inside, twenty-four bustling, excited and proud Alpha Sigs-the house was to make its first bow to the campus-public by way of a subscription card party.

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The first hesitant knock comes; everyone near the door resolves herself into a welcoming committee of one and finally the first comer does manage to wade her way through the throng. With every new arrival you could hear an appreciative mumur of surprise as each in turn first viewed the lovely Colonial interior of the house. Girls continued to arrive until all the places at the sixteen tables which had been provided were filled. Of course, all were pleased to note the presence of our Dean of Women, Miss Peabody. Playing rules differed from the usual in that a prize was given for the highest score at each table instead of using the progression method. Betty Janasky, who was chairman of the committee, showed good taste in choosing attractive boxes of writing paper. After all had reluctantly departed the Alpha Sigs realized not only the financial, but also the social success of their party. Ruth Stewart, KK, '34路

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Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932  

Asa phoenix vol 18 no 4 may 1932