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the past year; why be so narrow minded? The light is over and now T. K. N. reigns supreme in the heart of every Chi 0; poor Sigma Phi is doomed to die a horrible death after his severe jilting. Stay with the boys, girls, they can outvote the school in any popularity contest for the next twelve years. Well, we will sign off now and lisen to Cat Richardson chew her gum and tell of the supremacy of Chi over Z. T. A. that is by national rating so she says. ZETA TAU ALPHA We are wondering about the few teas that the Z. T. A. ' s used to give, as every- body seemed to enjoy them. We are glad to see that the Cabin is still intact. How- ever, we have heard rumors that there is another cabin hid out and being used in the place of the pretense on the campus. How ' bout it? Better let it go like the grand- stand, that is if you can insure it for the proper figure. Speaking of figures, you did some right nice pledging this year. Hope vou keep it up — you ' ll need it some day. We can ' t understand how a Z. T. A. ever married a T. K. N. ; now two more are wearing that pin so strange to the heart of a Zeta. There is one thing in par- ticular which is commendable in your personnel: whether you believe yourselves supreme or not inwardly, you have the judgment not to knock and slander your rivals publicly, which is more than can be said for some prominent organizations. Well girls, stick with the K. A. ' s and keep your shoes buttoned, your national pres- tige will get you by. ZETA DELTA Another miracle has happened, the Z. D ' s. have increased their membership to 15; something has gone wrong. The Zeta ' s had better look out as their com- petitor seems to have changed. The annual garden party was held as usual and the bull fight was most amusing. Every one seemed to have a large time and the program was greatly appreciated by the large audience. We really did hate to see the Zeta Deltas lose some of their old members; the Zeta Tau ' s should be ashamed | don ' t you agree? Page One Hundred Seventy-tun -:V ' . ..; ' .;;... ' ' . ■ ' ' ■;. . ' ..:■■• i fl
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E- hJl SIGMA PHI Some one says the boys are still willing to go national; we hope they get it by 1940. The fraternity should appreciate Gardner and Lee ' s attempts to make the frat rate, especially with the Zetas; but we are sorrv, boys, vou haven ' t a chance. So you might as well give up. We did hear some talk brewing of — well, the dean and Mr. Phelps made an unexpected visit and found that to be all untrue. Some- thing funny about that, too. LAMBDA THETA CHI As the founder Tom Bridges has said, " We don ' t want but a few select men; so this came about this year. ' ' We believe the membership did reach 12 however; quite a contrast from another fraternity we know. They managed to survive through the year and we should compliment them on that. We noticed that the fraternity is still trying to find a Johnny Mack Brown among its members. We so wish them lots of success next year and some more good men like Harris. CHI DELTA As usual we don ' t know much on the Chi Deltas as they never do much. Maybe this is a good policy, who knows? We wish we could find a Chi Delta pin so we could recognize one when she passes us up on the campus. There is one good point — they are not snootv like some of their rival organizations. However, this may be because they have no more reason to be snooty than the others and enough powers of reason to realize the brutal fact. We heard that Jo Campbell was presi- dent of this illustrious group; it may have been Jeanette Russell, it wouldn ' t matter much. They are to be congratulated on their increase in membership. Got pros- perous and gave a dinner at the Washington for a final; that ' s all there is to say about them. CHI OMEGA " The fight is still on, great Chi 0, " and it seems that you have lost. Don ' t be downhearted: there was nothing worth fighting over in the first place, and in the second place if it had been worth fighting over, you would not have had a gambler ' s chance with your standing forces. Maybe next vear will tell a different story. Even the tides at sea change. Not that you are wishy-washy as the foaming, roaring waves. We sure did miss the quiet evening of pleasure which we have lived for during Page One Hundred Seventy-one
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