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Top: Subber Frito Roetter
guards the ball in an
intramural game against
Galaxy. Left: Rob Sellers of
Frater Sodalis swings during
a softball game. Bottom left:
Centurion Jeff Connors
keeps an eye on the pledges
and the camera. Bottom
right: Soon to be a Galaxy
Moonie, Todd Pitman goes
through Bid Night events.
282 f Clubbets
An older outlook
The "older" members of clubs took an active role in club
functions, through planning spring socials or playing in-
tramurals. But the members also had to be involved with the
pledges through visits.
It was odd how members changed from the time they had
encouraged would-be cluhbers to pledge their clubs. When
prospects became pledges, members treated them so badly.
Did you ever see a womens pledge on Bid Night who
looked fit to bring home to mother?
Even though members said, 'lThey're the worst pledge
class I . . e- every pledge class heard that one -- they still
expected pledges to ask for visits.
Some members had a heart, or so they said, and simply
signed the whimpering pledges' visit sheets to get them out
of a bind. But they always said. "Now remember, you owe
me a visit."
"Right," said the pledge and scurried off never to be
heard from again. Now who was more naive, the pledge or
the member? -- Charles I..
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