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v. 2, no. 3, November 1946

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v. 2, no. 3, November 1946 THE .... ARCHWAY Vol. 2, No.3' BRYANT COLLEGE, PROVIDENCE, R. I. ·TAU EPSILON TO GIVE TRADITIONAL THANKSGIVING DANCE IN AUDITORIUM DRAMATIC CLUB MAKES PLANS Prior to the "War, each year with the coming of the Thanksgiving Holidays, the Brothers of Tau Ep- silon gave a Thanksgiving Dance. During the War, because of the lopsided ratio between the male and fairer sexes, this custom was curta.iled as were so many other customs. Now that ratios have once again balanced off, customs ·are once again being brought out of mothballs. In conjunction with this dance, which is to be held on November 22, another tradition is being rein- stated - that of an election of a Campus Queen to be crowned on the night of the dance. The final election revolves around the vote '. of the entire Student body. ,To lend melody to the night air : Tan, Epsilon has engaged the serv- ices of Johnny Glaze and his Star Dusters, a newly organized band , composed entirely of Bryant stu- dents. Numbering among those in the band are George Barlow, who formerly played with Mal Hallett, at the drums; Earl Rounds, who formerly played with Boyd Ray- born, at the piano; Hank Markow- ski at the trombone; George Wel- ler, sax; and John Glaze and Dick Hamilton, trumpets. BETA TO BECOME GRAND CHAPTER Organizations of Other Colleges to Affiliate '1.'he Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig- ma Chi will, in a few days, become the Grand or Presiding Chapter of one of the newest national social fraternities in the United States. Beta Sigma Chi was founded May 6, 1925, at Providence" Rhode Island. The objective behind the founding was to provide' for the . social and fraternal needs of a large group of men not reached by the limited number of fraternal chapters then in existence. Three Boston University stu- 'dents attended the annual ritual which. was held at the Indian Room of the Crown Hotel. These students represented a group at Boston Universit

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