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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).
Our dear editor who makes his living publishing 1 college annuals. We broke into the Sigma Phi house the other day, that is, we climbed over the furniture in the front room and found a place to sit on the floor. There was a notice up for a meeting at that time so there weren ' t many of the boys in the house, but we heard a good deal of noise in the first bedroom and one of the boys told us that Poole had slipped up on a few of the boys and locked them up until time for the meeting. Ernest Guinn came bending into the hall with a child on each hand. We were about to ask for an explanation when Ross gave vent to a deafen- ing yell, and then we recognized the shining Worley heads. They asked us to stay for the meeting, but there weren ' t enough chairs and we didn ' t feel like standing up or sitting on boxes, so we went over to the T. K. N. house and chased mice. Messrs. Few and Bridges are really two of the biggest men in the fra- ternity world. Mr. Bridges leads by a slight margin, — eight or ten waist inches. It ' s nice to be big, regardless of the way. Lambda Theta Chi I don ' t quite get the connection, do you?
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