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WISCONSIN

Chapter presidents attending West Virginia State day were, left to right, Sandy LeGrande, Gamma Kappa; Sally White, Glenville alumnae; Andora Lilly, Beta Pi; Andi McGinley, Rho Rho; and Glenna Bondurant, Huntington alumnae.

lunch, each active chapter sang an original song. Tau Kappa Upsilon and Theta Xi fraternities were waiters for the event. The afternoon was spent in buzz sessions concerning Rush, Finance, Social, Physical, Intellectual and Spiritual Activities, and Philanthropic Projects. Alumnae met during this time in the multipurpose room for coffee and to discuss State Day for 1967. The initiating of three awards to be awarded the active chapters on state day was discussed. A meeting in early fall at Concord College for finalizing plans is being planned. Huntington alumnae chapter will be state day hosts in 1967, celebrating Rho Rho chapter's fortieth birthday.-MARTHA DEEL

Under the theme "United We Are One," the Alpha Sigs from Wisconsin gathered at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point for our annual state day. We started our weekend by having a fraternity mixer with the brothers of Sigma Pi. Everyone enjoyed the party, and it set the festive mood for the rest of the weekend. Saturday morning saw us ready for discussions on Alums, Rush, and Money-making Projects. After these came a delicious buffet dinner. The guest speaker, Miss Alice Peet, a member of the Stevens Point faculty, gave an entertaining talk on her collection of earrings. The pairs of earrings, numbering in the hundreds, and the stories behind them create a very interesting talk when told all at once. The weekend was climaxed by a dinner and short. ceremony that reminded us that although we are separated by miles, we are still united and can act as one. Most of our spare time was spent in casual discussions of chapter customs, problems, and events. It was later decided that these discussions were the most beneficial for everyone. Each chapter got to meet each other as well as exchange ideas that we hope to put into practice in the near future. April sixteenth saw Beta Phi, Gamma Epsilon, our Milwaukee alums, and Gamma Beta together for a weekend full of new ideas, friendship, and fun.-Bertie Northrop

TOPS IN OFFICER EFFICIENCY 1965-1966 Beta Epsilon 98.59%

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Alpha Beta

97.82 %

Beta Delta

94.59%

Alpha Alpha

97.18 %

Alpha Gamma

94.27%

Phi Phi

95.64%

Beta Upsilon

94.27 %

Beta Kappa

95.00%

Epsilon Epsilon

94.18%

Rho Rho

94.75 %

Beta Zeta

93.91 %

THE PHOENIX

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966  

Asa phoenix vol 52 no 1 fall 1966