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SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1940
Chapter House
Activity Notes
With many initiations and pledg-
ings fraternity life has been quite
busy the past week.
Acacia held its initiations on Sat-
urday night. The new initiates are
Stuart Churchill, '42; Ross Clark,
'41; Stephen Hann, '41; Robert
Greene, '43; John Pierson, '41E, and
James Bine, '43.
Delta Kappa Epsilon initiated 16
men Saturday. The new initiates are
James Anderson, '41; Douglas Bal-
lantyne, '42E; Robert Behr, '43;
James Byerly, '43; John Collins, '41;
George W. Doolittle, '42; Earl Drake,
'43; William Furniss, '42; Edward
Gustafson, '43; James Mandler, '43;
Frederick Pearce, '43; David Proctor,
'42A; Atwood McAndrew, '42; John
Walsh, '42; and Robert Zimmerman,
'42Ed.
Delta Upsilon also initiated on Sat-
urday afternoon. The new members
of Delta Upsilon are Hugh McVeigh,
'41; James T. Ward, '42; Charles L.
Townsend, '42; Kenward Atkin, '42;
John F. Kramer, '42; Francis O'Hara
Moreland, '43; John R. Patten, '43;
Raymond Speed Davis, '43; James
Stephens, '43.
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Dorothy Brooks, '42, of
Latrobe, Pa.
Kappa Delta recently pledged Jane
Powers, '41, of Oak Park, Ill.
Sigma Phi: Henry Smith '42, Wil-
liam De Witt '43, Kenneth Warren
'43 and John Rue '43. Sigma Phi
Epsilon: Curtis Atherton '43E, Robert
Grimshaw '43, Edward Holmberg '43,
Richard Huntoon '43E, John Mikul-
ich '43, Robert Ogden '42E, Gordon
Osterstrom '43E, John Powers '43E,
John Purdue '43, Robert Templin '43,
and Newton Webb '43E.
Tau Kappa Epsilon: John T. Hall
'42E. Theta Xi: F. Carter Taylor
'43E, Robert Arnold '43E, John Nies
'42E, Philip Fisher '43E, Joseph Hal-
lissy '42E, James Rogers '42, James
Jones '42, R. C. Richardson '43E, Wil-
liam M. Lundin '42E, P. F. Cunning-
ham '43, Richard Eyster '43, Ogden
Smith '43E, Robert Brodie '43A and
W. A. Wadsworth '43.
Theta Chi announces the initiation
of: Gordon Dunfee '43E, David Wiens
'42, John Corson '42, Wheaton Coward
Jr. '42A, Herbert Troost '42E, John
Lagrou Jr. '43, George Eddy Jr. '43,
Bob Westfall '42.
Xi Psi Phi: Howard Stafford '43,
John Dummon '42, John Golden '43,
William Ryle '43, Kenneth Stevens
'43, James Knox '43, Clifford Lam-
bert '43 and Robert Ross '43. Zeta,
Beta Tau: Morrie Boas '43, Edmond
Grossberg '43, Bernard Hendel '43,
Robert Morrison '43, Elliot Miller '43,
Charles Rothchild '43, Richard Sim-
on '43, Robert Steinberg '43, Paul
Weingarten '43, Stanley Winkleman
'43, Frederic Wolf '43, James Wolf
'43 and Ralph Slottow '42. Honorary
initiates: Casril Barnard and Stanley
Kann.

TH 1 Fl1Vr-A D. IL.Y

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CUTE TRICKS FOR EASTER,
are the "quick tricks" from
QUARRY. They are handy and
inexpensive, still a lovely gift for

her. They are
and come in a
of prices. The

of Revelon make
convenient range
quick trick is the
least expensive,

yet contains the
famous Revelon
polishes, remov-
er, and emery
board. It comes
,in a small, com-
pact little kit.
The next size is
of leather. It is larger and con-
tains' more articles. The sizes
continue up to the complete uten-
sil kit of black suede. When zipped
up the sides, it looks exactly like
a purse, also contains two pol-
ishes. Another cute idea for a
gift is the purse pouch. This con-
tains the polish with its comple-
mentary lipstick. Handy for the
purse. Surprise her with Reve-
lon-she'll love it!
FLATTERINGLY FEMININE
are the tiny batiste blouses at
the CAMPUS SHIOPPE. Their
sheerness and daintiness make
them perfect for new spring suits.
They come in a number of styles
and colors. Another style popular
for sport wear is
a striped blouse
- very tailored.
For school wear
they are won-
when you buy
blouses, you must at once think
of slips. The Campus Shoppe has
some awfully nice camesol slips,
lacy or plain. They come in white
and pink, so that you may choose
them to go with your blouse. For
gifts I would suggest you take a
look at their purse, glove and belt
sets. They are suede and come in
beautiful pastel colors. See them!
-Then I'm sure you'll be willing
to open up those pocketbooks.
TANTALIZING TRIO, are
Yardley's boxes of three delicate

eau de colognes. Perfumes always
hit the spot as a gift for Easter.
Here are three little numbers that
every girl would love. So CAL-
KINS-FLETCHER presents Lotus
Lavender, Frangrence Cologne,
and April Violet Cologne. Each
with its own distinction, each per-
fect in its own place. It is very
nice to be able
to alternate per-
fumes, it makes
you appreciate
them more. It is
Yardley who
brings them to
light for you.
You'll find that they fit many
occasions. They are perfect for
soothing headaches, after bath,
for freshness on dates. They are
indispensable to any girl. Don't
forget, Easter is next weekend-
Stop at Calkins-Fletcher!
** *
SPRING SALUTES SMART-
NESS, and what could be a better
symbol of smartness than suits?
DILLONS have a really fine and
large selection to fit the feminine
mood. They have darling dress-
makers. One , ,
has a sweet
lace trim on
collar and on r
pockets. An-
other on the
same style
has the new." k 4
torso length. .
The skirt also
has buttons
d ow n th e
front. I know
that you'll
think it flattering. The cream of
the top-the suit of suits-is a
gabardine frostmann. It has the
button front and is bound in satin.
The suits come in blacks and
blues. Perfect with these honeys
are batiste blouses. These frilly
dreams are of tiny, dainty lace.
But if you prefer tailored blouses,
Dillons presents Joan Kenley's
love knot style. Very good looking
with its studded front. Comes in
a number of colors too. Be sure
and see them soon!

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