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Fraternity Minutes CHI OMEGA Sister Connell had to appoint Sister Robinson to separate the Richard- sons, Houck, and Vaughan who were fighting over the question of whether or not Sigma Phi or T. K. N. was the better. After some semblance of order was established, a move was made to adopt a more successful cam- paign method. It was decided that they should get a list of all non-frats and see them individually, since the Zetas gave them such a good run in the last election. It was planned to have a final function; the names of Misses Watson and Lucar were left off the invitation list. To gain a little prom- inence it was decided that all members would take the blind-fold test. THETA KAPPA NU The meeting was called to order Sunday afternoon on the campus op- posite the drug store. The first thing on the program was a talk by Brother Moran, " How to make the school feel our superiority. " After a few helpful suggestions from the Zetas on persistence, Brother Allen succeeded in pledging three three-year men. A vote of thanks to the Chi 0 " s was drafted, and Brothers Crowley and Willis were appointed to deliver it. Brother Reeves begged descretion in pledging due to so many pledge buttons being returned. As a final word, Brother Henry asked that Brothers Brown, Scanlon, and Faulk be selected to round up promising football material for next year. PI THETA UPSILON Brother Moore asked Brother Harrison to close the door and the meet- ing would begin. Brother Harrison said he didn ' t know where the door was. Roll-call was omitted since both Brothers were present. Brother Covington reported that the grocery bill had all been paid and that there was money in the bank. Brother Calhoun said that this money should be used to build an addition on the house to take care of the increase in membership; but Brother Crothers thought it should be spent on a new roof over his room. At this point Si Slocum rushed into the room and announced that the other dice had been found. Needless to say, the meeting was at once ended. Page Two Hundred Twelve
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Buster: Who is that boy stand- ing over there? I think I ' ve seen him somewhere before. Danny: Why, He ' s a Sigma Phi. Mr. Cline: Mr. O ' Neal, what was Schopenhauer ' s Philosophy. Mr. O ' Neal: Why-er- " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way. " Lynn: You ought to be in the talkies. Flo: Yeth, Thwettie, I gueth you ' re right. Dr. King entered his classroom. " Today, " he announced, " I intend to show you the inner workings of the frog. " As he unwrapped the package the students exclaimed: " Why, Doc, that is two ham sandwiches. " " Ah, how stupid of me, " replied the perplexed Dr. King. " I could have sworn I ate my lunch a few moments ago. " ' 28: She ' s a Chi 0. ' 32: How can you tell? 28: By the way she chews her gum. e yd SSsPw:™ ' " ' . ' • ■ " . ..-. THE BAYLOR GAME Page Two Hundred Eleven
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She: Is Mr. Clark tight? He: Tight? Why, if he were asked to sing " Old Hundred " he would want to sing " Ninety and Nine. " Lea: Dr. Maizlish, what does steel wool come from? Dr. Maizlish: Stupid, from hy- draulic rams, of course. The law of compensation will not be side-stepped — s ' Doc George ' s " faithful attendance at football prac- tice was rewarded by being included in a sweeping end run, becoming a casualty, and thereby a football hero. Please dismiss Flo from school so we may rate again. — The Co-Eds. In Astronomy: " Can you name a star with a tail? " " Sure — Rin-Tin Tin. " Oh, well, we didn ' t want Adger anyway. — The Zetas. • ft P-EM- UP -r ■rB - ' EH-UP- ■QlVC-tM-H Page Two Hundred Thirteen
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