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YES, I PLAY ONLY FOR MY BEANS When Abie was a small boy he was found standing on a street corner letting forth great sobs and exclamations of distress. About him there soon gathered a large crowd of would-be sympathizers. " What is the matter, my little man? " asked one of the crowd, " are you lost? " Abie ceased his wailing. " I am, " he answered, " I ' m lost. Won ' t you take me to Skinem ' s Dry Good Store on Texas street, which has just opened up a marvelous sacrifice on men ' s pants and suits at fifty per cent below cost? " Harriet: Janie, what do you think of the Honor System? Janie: I think it would work fine. I wish it was in use at Cen- tenary.; probably I wouldn ' t make so many dumb errors on exams. Margaret: Do you think kissing is unhealthy? Melissa: I don ' t know. I ' ve never been — Margaret: What Never been kissed? Melissa: No, I ' ve never been ill after it. He: Do you know who was lead- ing the band at Loyola when Proud- fit quit? She: No, I don ' t? Who was it? He: I don ' t know; but someone said that I was. Page Two Hundred Eight
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Fraternity Minutes KAPPA ALPHA Brother Charlie Smith rapped to awaken Brother E. Smith et at, and called the meeting to order. After asking Brother Huson to turn off the victrola, they began the argument of the evening — who should occupy the new porch swing. Brother Lea complained that Brothers Smith, Richey, Holland and Ledbetter sat in the couch continuously. Brother Hamel then asked that the members contribute to feeding his dogs. At this point Brother Hunter asked to be excused because it was almost eight o ' clock and past his bed time. Brother Conger asked the Brothers to quit sitting around in cars with the Chi O ' s so much and devote some of their time to the Zetas. It was decided to throw a big dance at the end of school so the chapter could get back into the running in social events. The usual talk on " Why we rate ' ' was omitted. Just then a Packard and a Buick horn sounded outside and the meeting was automatically adjourned. ZETA TAU ALPHA Between gossip, dirt, and other conversation the roll was called and business gradually proceeded. Census was taken to see how many more pins had been acquired; and only one new one was found. Sister Holmes then reprimanded the chapter and asked Sister Harper to give a talk on her methods, ways, and means, hoping the more backward might profit. After a brief discussion on how to keep the Chi O ' s down, Styron, Connell, Gar- ret, and Harper asked for an early adjournment because they had to get home early. The meeting closed with " K. A. Sweetheart. " CHI DELTA Meeting was held during the noon hour in Frankie Adger ' s car, while riding around. Sisters Power and Russell were picked up at the Caboose. Sister Campbell was absent as usual, but was finally found in a Pierce- Arrow. A committee composed of Sisters Dudley, Bell and Miller was ap- pointed to make a survey of the Fraternities, and find one that would be suitable to line up with. Sister Cox proposed an amendment to the consti- tution, forbidding any member to withdraw until she had been in the chapter at least two years. Meeting was abruptly ended as the bell for lab sounded. Past ' Tito Hundred Ten
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