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Sponsors For Lambda Chi Alpha Dance
THE DAILY TAR HEEIvSUNDATf. MAY 11. IS52
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SPONSORING FOR THE ANNUAL Inter-Zeta dance of Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity last night were, top row (left to right).
Elizabeth Ann Bell. Charlotte, with Joe Baker of Wake Forest
College: Queen Barbara Woodward, Erwin, with Abie Maxwell"
of Wake Forest College; Alice Gardner, Henderson, with Opie
Frazier of Wake Forest College: bottom row, Cleft to right), are
Fran Waterfield of Fort Wayne, Ind with Sandy McGlough of
Duke University, and Dede Boone, Penns Grove, N. J., with Frank
Knowles of Duke University.
Barbara Woodward Is Named
Lambda Chi Crescent Girl
The annual Inter-Zeta dance
of Lambda Chi Alpha was held
Friday night at the Hope Valley
Country Club in Durham.
Music for ihe formal dance,
which was sponsored by the
chapters of Lambda Chi Alpha
at Duke. State, Wake Forest and
North Carolina, was furnished
by the Duke Cavaliers.
Highlight of the evening fol
lowed the presentation of the
sponsors and their dates, when
the 1952 Crescent Girl was
Miss Barbara Woodward of
Ex-win was named Crescent Girl
and presented a gold trophy on
behalf of the four fraternities.
Miss Woodward, a student at
Duke, carried a bouquet of red
roses and the other sponsors
carried bouquets of white roses.
Favors of the Inter-Zeta
dance were purple . and gold
velvet booklets with the fra
ternity's Greek letters stamped
Other weekend festivities in
cluded a party at White Lake
after the dance for the brothers
and their dates.
Zefa Psi Elects
Upsilon chapter of Zeta Psi
fraternity has elected officers
for the coming year.
The new officers are Presi
dent Charles McKinnon Wins
ton, Raleigh; Vice-President
Cheshire, Hillsboro; Historian
S. C; Secretary William Polk
Ladson Hunter Bojie, Sumter,
Alfred Luther Turrington HI,
Raleigh; Sergeant - at - Arms
Mark Overton Dickerson, Ruth
erford ton; German Ciub Rep
resentative Swain Hunter Nor
man Stephenson, Halifax; Ix
terfraternity Council Represen
tative William Polk -Cheshire,
and Social Chairman Earl John
son Jr., Raleigh.
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Chapel Hill, was the feature of
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The alumni of the Y program
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during previous years. The dele
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this year and plans for next year.
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