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Fraternity Minutes ZETA DELTA Meeting was called to order one rainy night on the lawn of Broadmoor Club. A resolution was drawn up to forego all scholastic requirements, and to make an attempt to rate. Sister Kelly wanted to know how the Chi Delts succeeded in getting the honor students. Sister Pettet announced that the chapter would increase the limit of pledges to three. Arrangements were made to engage the coliseum for the initiation. SIGMA PHI Brother Pitts drove up and the meeting immediately began with Brother Boykin presiding from the rumble seat. A telegram was sent to the National Men ' s Fraternity Association saying the chapter was still willing to go national. Brother Jarrot said he was leaving this year, but promised more good material from Jacksonville. Brother Brown moved that the meeting end so the members might study. Motion carried. LAMBDA THETA CHI A few members struggled in one night after supper, and Brother Hardy said he thought they ought to have a meeting. One of the faithful Brothers called up the Girls ' Dormitory and succeeded in gathering up enough men for a quorum. Brother Wilkerson rushed in and announced he had suc- ceeded in getting two members in the popularity finals. Brother Kidd sug- gested that Brother Wilkerson be given a body guard until the last issue of the Conglomerate. Brother Hardy wants to know why all the Brothers were not at the last Zeta Tea. The meeting broke up as the phone rang and some one asked the boys to hurry to the Masquers ' rehearsal; nothing could be done until they got there. Page Tuo Hundred Sixteen
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Popularity Contest Sponsored by THE DONKEYPIN % Most Beautiful Girl Ask Each Co-Ed Handsomest Boy Max Ober Most Intelligent Boy George Edwards College Flapper Janie B. Price Father Time John King " IT " Roland Faulk College Shiek - Sam White Most Energetic George C. James Most Contented Tim and Jarvis Whoopee Hardy O ' Neal College Widow Larry Vance Most Liberal Man I. M. Clark Three Graces - Martha Wilkinson, Lily M. Griggs, Sarah B. Mullineux Most Dramatic Ida Mae Cox Body by Fisher Flo Scott Most Bashful Chapel Speaker Doc George Page Tuo Hundred Fifteen
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