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Vagie — Whom do you love, Clotilde? Clotilde — I love my mama and my papa. Jo Smith (watching lover on screen) — Cecil, why don ' t you make love to me like that? Cecil H. — Say, Honey, do you know they pay that guy big money for that? Charles Lee (over phone) — Doctor, how is Jackson? Doctor — Son, the poor chap is lying at Death ' s door. C. L. — That ' s just like him Doc, he ' ll lie with his last breath. George Wilson — Doc, what is a co-ed? Dr. King — A co-ed is an appetite with a skin drawn over it. Mr. Cline — Is a person born in Poland a Pole? Charlie Hunter — Yes, sir, that ' s what they are called. Mr. C. — Then is a person born in Holland called a Hole? Lovette — What ' s the best month to be married in? Clotilde — Janumapril. L. — G ' wan — there ' s no such month. C. — Then you understand. Johnson — Wilt thou? Harriel — Naw, I ain ' t one of them wiltin ' kind. Constable Malloy — No swimmin ' allowed here. J. Hanna — Well, who ' s swimming? " This lever, " explained the driving instructor, " breaks the back wheels. Do you understand. " " Yes, " replied Sue DeWit, " but I don ' t want them broken. " Beauty — You told me you never would tire of loving me before we were married. Cracker — Well, I never did before we were married. Doc Rushing tells us that there are two general classes of girls — those who do not know so much and those who know nothing at all. Page One Hundred Sixty-eight
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KAPPA ALPHA The boys are still singing " My Zeta Sweetheart, " but you can ' t blame them much for that. We can say. however, that they came a little closer down to earth and have acted as though they might soon resolve to mingle with the upper crust of the common herd. We wonder why they didn ' t give a dance this year; it seemed so easy last year. Some one suggested that the boys are losing out on football ma- terial: better look into that. However, thev did get one good man somehow, but we thought he was in the common herd. Accidents will happen, though. We hope the high school sends over some seasoned and tried fraternity men again; they seem to be already bevond redemption so that college fraternities cannot harm them. PI THETA UPSILON The Unknown will sometimes come to lie. At least we were aware that the P. T. Us. were active this year. We hope that the past never finds your new ad- dress. Ill rumors had it that shirts, suits, and milk bottles were being " ' lifted " ; we are not notified of the outcome of an alleged search and investigation by the local representatives of Scotland Yard, but it is our hope that the loot was recovered and the offenders duly found out and punished. We didn ' t know that fraternities were admitting women members — you never can tell at any rate. We were glad to know that the Dean managed to stay on his feet whenever he visited the house this year. It would be nice to have a porch swing like the K. A ' s. have. THETA KAPPA NU. Any one wanting board and room will please apply at the T. K. N. Fra- ternity house. The more the merrier. Also, anv one desiring to belong to a fra- ternity may succeed by simplv filling out the prescribed application card; act quickly as we now have approximately 75 of our quota of 100. We hear that Skinny Scanlon proposed a motion in their weekly chapel meeting — by the way that is the onlv structure on the campus large enough to accommodate all the T. K. N ' s. at one time: anv way Skinny suggested that there be a ruling by which any initiate or pledge should be fined $2.00 for having a date with a Zeta during day- light hours. Tim Moran suggested that the amount be reduced to $.50 in as much as the date would net be worth $2.00. Well, we don ' t know. We also heard some talk of some kind ol pledging this year, but Dr. George fixed everything up so nothing was said. We wish the boys luck in getting the entire freshmen team next year and also lots of new boarders. Page One Hundred Seventy iv»4 .i-- " " !! ' '
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