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THE YONCOPIN FRATERNOLOGY SIGMA PHI A prize fight was staged before the initiation ceremony and the survivors were initiated. A short talk, " How to Be Ruff and Tuff, " was given by Brother Davis. Members were warned by President Dupree that any one who came in late and unsteady and drank the gold fish water would be fined if found. The President also read a short note from the Theta Kappa Nu fra- ternity congratulating the Sigma Phi ' s on getting two pledges worth having. PI THETA UPSILON The regular meeting was held in the Barn. It was announced that the rent for the month had been raised, but as the frat owed for six months there was some disagreement as to which month ' s should be paid. Brother Cox proposed that a collection be taken for white wash, but the other brothers said that the front porch looked nice enough and they weren ' t expecting any company anyway. KAPPA ALPHA The meeting opened with the singing of the K. A. anthem " Little Brown Jug. " All the members put their spirits into it. This was followed by a short inspirational talk, " Why We Rate, " by Burney Howard. It was then moved and seconded that a card of thanks be mailed to Mr. Phillips. Brother Davis was nominated as a committee to mail the card. All members voted for him, and the meeting closed with a cheer. THETA KAPPA NU As many members as possible were herded into the house. The others took their places on the front porch. It was suggested that a gold badge be presented to the thirty-five membmers having the best attendance record, and after a short interval of silence, fifteen pledges were initiated, the other five being kicked out. Brother Meadows dismissed the meeting an hour early because he had to go to the Judge ' s to Court. ZETA DELTA A few of the girls meeting on the tennis court a session was called. It was proposed that the sorority pledge some one but after a heated discussion it was decided that it wouldn ' t do any good anyway. A party in honor of the Theta Kappa Nu fraternity was proposed and planned. The meeting closed with prayer. PHI OMEGA After considering the prices of apartments near school, it was decided that two dozen bids would be issued. Sister Mayo announced that she believed the Kappa Pi ' s had secretly issued three bids and would bear watching. Sister Hammett made a motion that the Phi Omegas run the school. It was loudly seconded. CHI DELTA The meeting was opened with giggling. Between gales of laughter, President Nanine Brown gave a darn good talk on " The Value of a Constitution to a Sorority, " and it was moved and seconded that the Chi Deltas have a constitution next year if it did not cost too much. It was also proposed that the sorority send flowers to Mrs. Campbell. Forget-me-nots were chosen. ZETA TAU ALPHA The girls got Zeta and a pledge! After much strategy all members were " passed " and the former Kappa Pi ' s settled back to rest. As soon as every one had regained her breath it was proposed that the sorority give a lovely banquet honoring Mrs. Reynolds. The meeting closed with the favorite sorority song, " K. A. Sweetheart. " UftlW B 228
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THE yoncopin: For a clever math teacher named Yetta A Scientist fell when he metta, He made a resolve That the problem he ' d solve And said, " It is plane, I will getta. " The Maroon and White Crew knew great joy When they annexed a skipper, a Hoy! He took up his realm Back of the helm And guided them like a live buoy. Of Monsieur Torrens what shall we say " ' Qu ' est ce que cela or qu ' est ce que c ' est? Jenny say paw ce que je dit Do I like French, Mais, oui, oui. A lover of flowers named King Took a jaunt thru the woods in the spring He said to his class, " Don ' t sit on the grass Some of these species will sting. " 227 mm
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