EDITOR ' S NOTE This section is intended to produce a little mirth with- out incurring any animosity whatsoever. It ' s short, as compared with the other sections of the book, and it is nec- essarily so. There is so little we can justly hold up to the critical light, that we have to manufacture the majority of the contents. We hope that no one is offended because they are not mentioned in this section ; it is the only cause that one can justly give. FOURWORD Fact, Fable,- — Piggly-Wiggly DEDICATION To those whose colorful personalities entitle them to distinction, to those who are subject to tuneful and volum- inous braying, we regretfully dedicate this spasm of the DONKIPIN. : This section is intended solely for the use of patrons who wish to express their views to the public and should in no way at all be taken as representative of the editorial policy of this book. Not responsible. — Editor-in-Chief.
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Whither so fast, Jesse? To town, old thing, to sell the post office. What would you say if someone told you that one rather young fra- ternity has a president with a somewhat checkered fraternity. Well, it ' s fine to try two or three, then you can be sure of the right one. I wonder what the T. K. N. ' s think of it? The deaf K. A. ' s have gotten in a new supply of pledge books. Rumors are to the effect that next year will bring more and bigger cars to the campus, so the boys wired Elinor Glyn for a fresh shipment of " It " , the pledge book. " God! The Women. " There hasn ' t been but one house-cleaning and one change of g overn- ment in the T. K. N. club this season. The boys are getting consistent. Oh, well, Emmett Meadows left school, that is, he graduated. Each one a woman, big and strong. This picture was sent with application. The lady in person was most disappointing, — in size. Yoo-Hoo Alverny! You little cut-up. (Example of dire effects of Zeta Delta).
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