Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1928

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Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 258 of 312
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Page 258 text:

f Some boys go to school — others have cars. houses these individuals, — with difficulty. We stumbled over the house one day in March and found the boys arguing over the choice of a motto. Little Tom was vehemently arguing for " If at first you don ' t succeed, try, try, etc., " . His cause was courageously supported by Brother Kagy, who gave his own story as an influencing argument for the motto. Walter Hardy insisted that " Ask the Man Who Owns One " should be embossed on the pin, then he fell off to sleep and they threw him in the next room with the rest of the furniture. An hour ' s more argument ended with the decision that everyone should use his own motto. Little Tom was satisfied. There is one great mistake that the " Conglomerate " made this year. They missed a marvelous chance for an extra. Mr. I. M. Clark was in the midst of collecting one of those things that the college humorously calls bills, when he found the address of the debtor to be on Forest Avenue. Upon arriving at the aforementioned residence, he noticed that nothing but toys lived therein. And tLere were some pe- culiar letters adorning the front of the edifice. No. It cannot be ! Yes, Little Nell, ' tis surely ' tis. I. M. had found it. For months it had been missing. No one knew where it was. Time had al- most erased it from the memory of men (and women). Oh, Clarky, thou tricky thing, to you g02s the credit of finding the Pi Thcta House. Hasn ' t she a marvelous figure? We must tell you, we ' re really too clever. That isn ' t hers, it ' s one we made for her out of her old one, — we ' ve used the rest of it to make the others. -.o. i V ' ] Pnt Once upon a time there was a boy and ■ k JS} a girl. Oh — oh (a yawn). fj f[tf Two years later. Once upon a time there was a boy and a girl Three years later. Ditto Four years later. Ditto — Ad Nauseam.

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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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Burney, my dear, what makes your horse so big? More to ride, my child. There is a log cabin on the campus, in which some girls have labor- iously formed a sorrowity, which is another name for club or or nanism. In said cabin they hold meetings, entice young girls to their membership, conduct " tea " sevrice, gather rummage and gripe at each other and the Chi Omegas. They really have some wonderful girls; such good girls, —nice. I don ' t know how they get so many, but, then, the K. A. ' s are very particular. We heard of a discussion concerning an intelligent test for their pledges. They wanted to raise the standard mentality average of their future pledges by careful selection ; thus, the test. Pan-hellenic stopped it in a hurry. Miss Odom said she saw no use in an organization voluntarily killing itself. Well, ivell, so the Zeta ' s lost in the Palmer Contest. You know, it ' s a pity that the governor wasn ' t elected sooner. Now, let me ask you, how could the Chi Omegas know who was going to be the next governor ' s wife? You can ' t blame them, though, they tried their best, and ' tis just tough luck that the first lady of the state wasn ' t included in that illustrious and innumerable list of newly-created alumni. By the way, it seems to me that some fraternity honored them with a tea after the installation. Practically all the alumni and about half the active Chi Omegas were there. Not bad for the first trial. Keep up the good spirit, Kappa Alpha, and maybe you ' ll get ' em all in the house some day. But I had forgotten about Mary One of the collegians told me of a terrible dream he had not long ago. It seems that he was parked in front of the Administration Building, when a car dizilij glided by. It went from one side of the road to the other, And the Sigma Phi ' s decided to forward pledge pins upon receipt of birth cetrifi- cates. M k

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