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"rMu Phi Epsilon Ceremony Held Alpha Chi Omega.
atHoeofMs.Mrly Alpha Chi Omega entertained
at Hme o Mrs Morey; several.. guests. at their home tlfis
Six Admirtted week-end. Miss Nancy Jones of
f - Detroit was guest of Miss Alice Ulh-
Initiation of six women into Mu man. Mrs. Paul 'Krause of Detroit
Phi Epsilon, national honorary mu- and Mrs. Georgia Blartlett of South
sic sorority, took place. at 3 o'clockBnd niawrhus uet
Saturday, afternoon at the home of o h ooiy
Mr,) Joh Woley.Thos intiatd IAlpha D~elta Pi.
.k Mr. JhnWorey.Thoe nitate IAlpha Delta Pi held pledging
were Marian 'Works, '33SM., Helen Modyatronro isJn
itt, '33, and Catherine Ilfeeson, '33,'Bentley '33SMV., Virginia wardMna feno o isJn
s- For the League presidency in the&I'Mardell Carder, '32SM., Margaret an.y'3,oCaonileMr-
di tomorrow. All three have been Swetnam, '33SM., and Mrs. 'Laura Mr.ToaRedwlenrti
Littraeylemdewhof asforery.anthe members of the sorority with
- - onoarymemer f te srorty. a party at her home Thursday eve-
Saturday night a formal banquet nn
recording sec-retary, Ruth, Ruhme,, was held in the League building in '4an MrinGdng,3,foIhnrofteewntaesPtoning. paEsio tPi
treasurer. There 'are two candi- ;esses, actives, alumnae, and honorMisChanteisldanous Pe-s
clat s for senior membership on the guests were present. Thelma Lew-, toskey, Mciai os-us
judciay cuncl; aneFeceA'eris, instructor in voice, was toast- of Alpha Epsilon Phi this week,
'33, M~~v I~he mistress and introd 1ced Mrs.% Reva atrwihsewl ii nDtot
3,and Mar.~garet Keal, '33. h Brown, who Spoke in behalf of the Helen Newberry.
present junior members, MargaretalmachpendVrJon Alumnae week-end was. held by
Schermack, '33, and Mary Barnett,I son who welcomed the initiates int Helen Newberry this past week-end.
'33, will lild ofice again next year, th1w active chapter. ' flElizabeth Ch ynoweth, '32, was rn.
and dte hairman will be mtaed 11#ac4i initiate res~ponded1 with a ~charge asgeneral. chairman. iabel-
frfmi among these three.short talk. The banquet was also I Currie,'3,mngdteine
Four women are running for theI given, in. honor of Ragnhild Moegien audyeeigi oo 1
I SM, Katherine Funkhouser,┬░ '33, andjth guests. The themert of paresi-
position of senior representative on Gwendolyn Pike~ '3.3, who were iii- denitial elections was carried out in
the boar~d of directors, including tbated last fall, the entertainment and decorations.
Janet Allen~, '33, Vinselle Bartlett, Decorations were carried out in a Jean Hart acted as toast mistress.,
'33, Aileen Clark; '33, and Adele Ew- scheme of purple and white, the Elsa van Slyke, '35, and Ruth
ing, '33.i sorority colors, with spring flowers; Duhme, '34, were the candidates.
Candidates for junior member-I in keeping with' the colors.i After the dinner the alumnae at-
ship on the judiciary council are tne h uirGrs ly
four in number, two of whom will NTC
be selected. They are Ada Black-NTC
Phyllis Swift, '34, and Josephine 17 BiROiWtraural Eimmin
Woodhams; '34. Nominees for theI meet will┬░ commence at '7:4:i +
two junior representatives to the o'clock tonight in the Union&
board are Margaret Allen, '34 pol. Anyone desiring to watchgm' ,
Isabel Bonicave, '34, Jeanette Dot-! are invited to do so.
wiler, '34, and Grace Mayer, '34Ed. 1-___________F____1 T TU M

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