University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1935

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University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 247 of 266
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THIS BOOK “The Desert” was Bound in the Plant of The F. H. Keddington Company Printers - Bookbinders Paper Rulers TUCSON, ARIZ. Phone 900 20 N. SCOTT ST. Kappa Sig sets out to rally the world beneath her banners. Brother Beau Williams carries the guidon, Stinky Boyle sounds the trumpet. The pledge list looks like St. Peter’s original roll. The members look like Satan’s army darkened by the fires of Hades. The cause is noble. Carry on. Phi Dei.ta Theta Draw three, Gus, and I’ll tell you how the Fidelts are weathering the depression. Wily Captain Riggens turned the helm over to Spud “Sexy-Prcxy” Kelly who steered the pirate ship down to the Pi Phi house where the booty is greatest. We had a motel y crew. We put Alabam at the masthead to scare away any stray albatrosses, and we used Boynton to lure the Sirens to our ship. Beautiful Bob Collins used to sit and grin and keep the women prisoners happy, and Po-dcsta played barkeep for the gents. Godwin had a loyal school of swordfish, but he never could get ’em to drill very well. And then we had Mel la to lead the evening prayers. All in all, a funny looking bunch, but they’re all just a happy crew of playboy pirates, cruisers on the Sea of Beer. Phi Gamma Delta Shantytown rejoices. The boys down on the other side of the railroad tracks look towards the future with a brighter eye. Gone will be Editor William Webb (‘Itchy’) Brady. Again the Fiji brethren will be able to look the campus in the eye and say, “We arc a great brotherhood”. No longer will marauding Wildcats stalk the dim DeLuxe Tavern Everything the Name Implies THE BEST FOOD AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES Across From the Postoffice L. C. SMITH CORONA TYPEWRITERS All Makes Sold. Rented, Repaired S Ri$eR$ OFFICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Gifts - Files - Safes - Radios Parker and Conklin Pens 218 EAST CONGRESS PHONE 24

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berger, Helen Doyle, Inez Petty, and Betty Colburn into the dank confines of Maricopa. A lusty cheer for the unclean Communists. They conquer all. Delta Sigma Lambda From the mother chapter at the University at California to the local chapter of Delta Sigma Lambda at the U. of Arizona is a far cry, but not half so far or so loud as its bid for fame in the activities of our campus. It will be with pride, we hope, that the house will nonchalantly thumb the pages of the ’35 Desert, pointing to brother Powell, the burly traditions man, and to brother Schlotz-hauer, the famed athlete and soldier. Distinquishcd as these two arc, they by no means outshine the •other members of good old Delta TUCSON SHOE SHINE PARLOR Across from T. Ed Litt’s Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Shoes Shined. Hats Cleaned and Blocked LET US HELP YOU LOOK NICE GUS TAYLOR’S 128 E. Congress Ladies — Misses — Children’s FIRST-QUALITY READY TO WEAR Compliments of FOX WEST COAST THEATRES FOX AND FOX LYRIC THEATRES Sigma Lambda—witness the Sunday society column of the Star. Herein arc described the social activities of the fraternity down to the last detail, and let me tell you that the last detail is just as interesting as the first. Keep going, Greeks, our campus needs you. Kappa Sigma All God’s children got pins, Y’ou can’t get to heben less yo wcarin’ yo pin You wear ’em all ova God’s heben, heben, heben. And so from the dismal swamp lands chant the Kappa Sigs to lure the dinges from the south lands to their fold. They come a walkin’. They come addin’. They come a-flyin’. And Kappa Sig takes them all in. What is fraternity? Equality with all our fellow men. And i I Page 246



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