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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 4, Number 8 (May 1903)

On the hill,   pp. 305-309

Page 308

308              , Wisconsin Alw
secured second place in the ra-
cent junior exhibition.
  Mrs. George Raymer and Miss
Raymer entertained the active
chapter  of the Kappa     Kappa
Gamma sorority at luncheon. The
guests of honor were Miss Vir-
ginia Sinclair, of Bloomington,
Ill., treasurer of "the national
chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma,
and Miss Jessie Buffington, of
Eau Claire.
  The Tri Delts gave a party at
Keeley's April 24th. The chap-
erones  were   Mesdames D. E.
Frankenburger and J. B. Parkin-
son and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Swan.
  The Gamma Phi Beta party was
  given April 24th, at Kehl's, chap-
  eroned by Miss Mary Bright, Col.
  and Mrs. C. A. Curtis and Mes-
  dames Stanley C. Hanks, of Madi-
  son, and Enoch Stott, of Winona.
  The following women were at
  home May 9th to all women of the
  university: Mrs. E. A. Birge, Mrs.
  P. S. Reinsch, Mrs. J. F. Turner,
  Mrs. J. Jastrow, Mrs. C. K. Leith,
  Mrs. W. W. Daniells.
  Some 60 couples attended the
  annual May party given by the
  girls of Chadbourne hall.
  Alpha Delta Phi recently en-
  tertained at dinner United States'
  Senator J. V. Quarles of the
  Michigan chapter of Alpha Delta
  Phi. Among the guests present
  were Prof. J. C. Freeman, Dr. W.
  A. Scott and Dr. R. T. Ely.
  The Self Government associa-
  tion gave a very successful lawn
  party May 16th on the lawn be-
  tween library  and  Chadbourne
7ni M2Magazine.
  The Sigma Chi fraternity ha!!
bought a lot on the west side of
Lake street near Lake Mendota
and will eventually build a. chap-
ter house. The price paid was
  The   following  officers were
elected at the meeting of the
Forum   society:
  President-S. W. Richardson.
  Vice-president-H. J. Hayes.
  Secretary--J. 'A. McCormick.
  Treasurer-Lawson Lurvey.
  Censor-O. G. Erickson.
  Assistant Censor-James Cur-
  The University Camera cub took
  a trip to Devil's Lake May 15th.
  W. H. Dudley, assistant univer-
  sity librarian, led the party of 25
  or more and gave practical dem-
  onstrations. of landscape photog-
  raphy. With the exception of a
  coming lecture on stellar photog-
  raphy by Prof. Comstock of Wash-
  burn observatory, this outing at
  Devil's lake will close a prosper-
  ous season for the camera club.
  During the winter the club held
  short weekly meetings at which
  various phases of photographlic
  art have been treated. Demon-
  strations of chemical applications
  to photography have been fre-
  quent. The work has been along
  scientific lines throughout. Occa-
  sionally the club has been enter-
  tained with collections of lantern
  slides illustrating trips made by
  members and others.

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