The Pi Beta Phi Sorosis reception at the residence of Prof. D'Ooge, Saturday evening, was a signal success. The receiving committee consisted of Miss Banker, Mrs. D'Ooge, Miss Elmer, Mrs. Kelsey, Miss Thompson and Mrs. Stanley. The entrance to the house was decorated with Chinese lanterns, and there were fragrant flowers and potted plants in every room. The guests, including many of the faculty with their wives, numbered about one hundred. During the evening, refreshments were served. The Pi Beta Phi numbers ten members. It was organized during the college year '89-'9o, with a small membership. It is now a prosperous "coed" society. lts first reception will be remembered as one of the most brilliant society events of the year.