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We Wonder -If Pi Theta Upsilcn will " go national " . What do you think? -If the Chi Omegas double-crossed the Theta Kappa Nus. -If the K. A ' s. will ever regain their high social position on the campus. -If John Kidd will ever " learn about women. " Experience doesn ' t seem to be a very good teacher. (Could it be that the student is not so bright?) -If the Theta Kappa Nus know how many members they have. -If Alpha Xi Delta won ' t give the twins, Zeta and Chio (what a lovely pair of twins, so sweet and devoted to each other) some real competition. -If the Home State Boy, Beene, will ever graduate. -If that great social worker, William Kleinschmidt, will get a date before he wears out the telephone book and the patience of the Zetas. -If the lean year which the Kappa Alphas have just passed through was not due very largely to the absence of that great social favorite, Brother Holland. (Some say the brothers made a noble effort to pledge a worthy successor and succeeded in securing several.) -If Marjorie Molt will ever stop talking. -If the Lambda Theta Chis will ever quit talking about petitioning S. A. E. and do something about it. -If the Theta Kappa Nus really think Tim Moran is talented, or if it was only an- other political joke. -If that colorful old outlaw, Theta Nu Epsilon, is really lurking about our campus. -If we should say something about the Sigma Phis. On second thought we decided that enough had been said by others, so we will refrain from speaking our mind. -If the Zeta-K. A. political combine has been broken. -If Riner and Hardy will be giving another party at the Hour Club. Must have been a great party from what we hear. -If you enjoy those beautiful vocal numbers rendered by that talented little Knerr girl. (She is also very witty.) -If Joe Harris, that well-known . . . wit from Arkansas, will ever think of a new one. -If that well-known social climber, Simmons Worley, will ever change his line. (We don ' t care to have this information for our own use, but many of the fair co-eds insist that it be secured and we cannot deny them when the request is so urgent. ) -If " Doc " King is the most popular chaperon on the campus, and if so, why? i55
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For Your Inconvenience (With Apologies to Ballyhoo) FIVE REASONS why you shouldn ' t subscribe to the 1932 Donky- pin : 1. It may get lost in the mail again. We are very sorry if this copy was not delivered to you on time ; we mailed it last June. Please notify us if you have not received your copy. 2. Your picture may not be in the book. We have arranged to make all pictures for the 1932 Book by remote control from our studios in the crow ' s nest of the New Stadium. Just smile and lock at the little bird — the cameraman is on the job and may snap you any moment. 3. Your picture may be in the Book. Remember, we will make all pictures by remote control without warning. Don ' t let the all-seeing eye of the Donkypin cameraman catch you in an in- formal pose. 4. We will give the Bare Facts concerning all campus scandal, including name, address, telephone number, and photographs of the persons involved. Unless your conscience is clear, don ' t take the Book home, for the Donkypin Man will surely betray you v 5. You don ' t save a nickel, but what a difference a few cents make. However, if you insist ! Send $4.49 to Donkypin, Atcp-the-Stadium, Shreveport, for one copy, and don ' t say we didn ' t warn you. 156
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