Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta has to its credit the third year of chapter
life in its present house on 14th street, and the sorority as yet re
mains in the state of "thaw," having survived the rigors of the
past winter. The ten members living at the chapter house have
varied the monotaony of application to books in finding the furnace
man, thawing out pipes, and cooking dinners on chafing dishes
when the alcohol wasn't solid. Five of last year's membership did
not return to school except for the rushing season, and as a result
eleven Freshmen found their way to the sacred shrine of Rho
Since last year three of the fair members of the Thetas have
joined the throng of those who practice real domestic science. The total membership of Rho chapter is sixty-nine and forty-one were
present at the annual banquet. Kappa Alpha Theta has the honor
of getting another P. B. K. this year.
Alpha Epsilon chapter of Sigma Chi has lived in the same place
for five years, not having the heart to "tear away." Twelve of the
sixteen active members find a pleasant home there. The local chap
ter's total membership is one hundred and ten.
Sigma Chi has specialized in several lines this year, including
dinner parties for a "select few," bowling, and bench work. Some
college work has been thrown in to vary the monotony, and it is
rumored that some of the members graduated this year.
Three men who made their presence known at the University
last year did not register last fall, and five men have therefore worn
old gold and blue and then been taken into the "inner sanctum."
The fraternity follows out the idea of having a smaller member
ship than many of the other frats at Nebraska. Many alumni have
received high recognition within recent months.
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