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Bottom row: D. Davidsong N. O'Connellg M. Maloneyg Snow, pres.g F. Lewis, housemotherg B. Richards,
treas.g N. Anderseng NI. Nelsong L. Frase. Second row: T. Megasg M, Lockwoodg H. Whitneyg B. Skinnerg
M. Marsg Lynchg Frosticg K. Smithg lvl. Pond. Third row: S. Fosterg C. Zielg P. Munrog Veurinkg
C. Van Doxg M. Blairg B. Carterg C. Jacobyg C. Smith. Fourth row: R. Levyg F. Van Heeg C. Gremelg K.
Bartong A. Greeng G. Allstong C. Greeng M. Addisong K. Holly. Fzflh rozv: P. Warnerg S, Zagarolig A. Bis-
hopg C. Hornakg P. Muellerg S. Borkensteing L. Osterinkg J. Showalterg P. Verwohlt. Sixth row: K. Hanan'
L. Marshallg B. Coleg N. Potterg M. Fullergj. Barrettg M. Gossg B. Tibbettsg G. Westphalg Kozacka.
The Halloween tradition of trick-or-treating has special
meaning for Phi Mu. Each year the womenjoin with a fra-
ternity in the collection of candy for hospitalized children.
Hg-IW-es. 'y9"i2" -' Further fulfulling their responsibility to their community, Phi
Mu's participate in blood drives and fund raising activities.
To facilitate individual as well as chapter growth, the women
of Phi Mu participate as active members of many University
organizations including AWS, Union Board and professional
honoraries. Phi Mu's goal is to afford to each member
through the sisterhood, the best opportunity to develop her
potential as an individual.
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The dream ofa larger house became a reality for the Sigma
Kappa's this year. A spacious addition was orhcially opened
during winter term with an all-University open house. While
maintaining high academic standards, Sigma Kappa's are al-
ways active in many campus organizations and functions.
This year, Sigma Kappa National presented the Michigan
State chapter with a scholarship award. Sigma Kappa's also
participate in a number of house activities including Buddy
Breakfasts, Turn-About dinners, Dad's Day and a Pledge-
Active slumber party. The chapter also sponsors a gerontology
project at the Ingham County Hospital. A spring term party
rounds out the year.
IG A KAPPA
SIGMA KAPPA. Bollmn row: K. Backofl, C. Anderson, v. pres., T. Venier, v. pres., C. Frazier, pres., D
Moore, housemothcr, J. Dreisbach, treas., -1. Fairchild, sec., N. Gillespie, sec., Second row: L. Schiesel, P
Anstett, C. Heppler, Staley, R. Johnson, C. Wotring, L. Prettyman, S. Higby, C. Stover. Third row.'J
Layne, B. Armstrong, S. Hermann, C. Bailey, DeColia, M. Nelson, M. Young, P. Farley. Fourth row.
M. Maas, LI. Congdon, M. Harwood, K. Vassg K. Braden, P. Esser, M. Quilter, N. Prychodko. Fzwh row.
C. Roddy, G. Howard, L. Straight, M. Coffman, E. Sell, Warden, S. Blayney, C. Sharpe. Sixth row., S
Gray, D. Metzler, K. Virgil, S. Sanders, K. Wyman, C. Wallace, K. Schelke, C. Topping.
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Celebrating its 40th year on campus, Chi Omega anxiously
awaits a belated anniversary gift, the Completion of their new
Georgian Colonial house, located on Burcham Drive. A fa-
vorite annual activity is the "Christmas Kindnessw program
for which the women wear costumes while caroling at local
homes for the aged. Feast and famine battle for places at the
Chi O table during the "Steak and Beansw dinner. Members
who have earned a grade point above the sorority average
eat steak, while the rest ofthe sisters must be Content with
beans. The year's activities draw to a close with Happy Un-
Birthday parties for Chi Ols whose birthdays fall during the
Bolzom row: T. Fournierg P. Thomas, sec.g M. Briggs, pres.g Mrs. Pruss, housemotherg M. Gambrel, treas.
C. Blacl-zetti L. Cole. .S'ut'f1rzclruz.".' A. Smithg D. Eliasong B. Brandle: S. Johnsong S. Starkweatherg NI. Ma
teerg S. Tompert: H. Pieper. Tlzirfl roam' Princeg N. Stanquitsg S. Fuchsg K. Carling B. Amrheing S
McKeeg K. Youngg C. Candler: J. Sweitzer. Fourlh mtv: M. Millerg L. I-larradineg C. Blossomg L. Morris
H. Allen: M. Lyndong A. Korneyg K. Shang. Fifth rnzv: lj. Weurdingg S. Averyg D. Wardg K. Pavetteg R
Brown: S. Greerg M. Wardg J. Fletcherg NI. Dryer. Szxllz row: L. Hoagg G. Bakerg L. Blauveltg L. Hartsock
G. McKeeg G, Anderson: M. Dicksg M. Waisnoras.
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