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With Justice to All I
It is almost time for Santa, but
we must first catch up on the gos
sip from Homecoming and make
prophesy for the New Year. The
topic of current discussion with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom and their family ic
“How the girls and boys will react
when they get home and discover that
someone wrote their “Homes and
told them they were not true !
The Homecoming Dance was th
jump of the season—the gals fell
in with their boots laced h,gn -
the boys all draped in every oh
from tails to white suits. As they
hopped to and fro, the angles a..
tri-angles of all description were i-
the making. It is reported tha
young man said to one young lady,
“May I please borrow your trame ior
Little Tom was startled to see two
young ladies sitting on the “House s
side at the game. Mamma Tom con
soled him by saying, All the seats
on Clark’s side were occupied by
real Clark fans.
Portia Thomas arrived with Jetty
Viot trailing close behind Have you
quit singing, "I'll He So Glad When
Rooert Domes Home,” Miss Thomas.'
Dot Reed received her “special”
in person, 'cause he fell in on cum-
“Chicago Limited” with high hat,
cane, and ail. Seems like Billy
Thompson swapped “dates' with
George Stearne—tnen tne air corps
invaded Billy's territory to leave him
out on the limb.
So many of the chicks robbed the
cradle tin it would taxe up too mucn
space to include tne names—it will
suruoe to say, "Tne army was there,
—rue Tigers,' and tne -----
1 wonder what happened to Clara
wno was so irantic over U. >>■; sue
spent as mucn time in Tates and
ivuiiion as sne did m classes, i. uas
Deen rumored J. vvasmugton spenu-,
ru hours a day singing, "Tli uive
True To You." Tne way sue acts,
she should switch to, "rm r aum„
While Cynthia was on pro—D. S.
tried to breax up a tnree-ycar ma,,.-
snip with Taimadge. bpeaKmg or
Scruggs reminds me or ner other six
sisters who make up the "seven sis
ters" party. Their specialty seem-
to be trying to invade upper-eiass-
men's property. It is agreeu uia- a-
the next meeting Sadie B. will be
come No. 8.
What does Dean Me mean when
he says, “There goes the Count'''
Ask Mr. Holland.
Are those really twinkles in “Al
lah's” eyes, Cassell? Alva L., will
you continue to yell ior C. i'a, h i.
now that football season is over, while
W. Beasley sings nightly to W. Tram
mell? cither learn to sing or yell, M.
Easterling, so as to teacn M. Smith,
then you, too, will be able to con
quer your choice.
I wonder why—
A. Jones is a frequent visitor to
Pfeiffer—could it be because oi K.
Does Dot Reed call him “Bright
E. Kennedy spends so much time
instead of money in the book-store—
especially when Anna Rice is there?
Kelley Henry is always seen wit,,
fruit in the early A. M—could he
be bringing it to his teacher, Jon
Laura Tatum is being seen with a
young man from the “House” quite
often lately. Nettie Shaw is still pop
ular. however, she is undecided about
Jordan Williams or Clarke from the
Claretta, was that you in the
lounge with the great Harper—tell
me, is it Harper, Herman, or Britt?
Why doesn’t someone tell Carolyn
Smith to make up her mind—George
has, but in whose favor, her’s or Ju-
nita’s? Does Laura D. know there is
a Spelman lassie at Meharry? Ask
Hobert about it.
Evelyn Edwards is wearing an
Omega frat pin. What did she do
with the ring? H. Bailey is not satis
fied with one ring, ’cause now she
has two “sparkles” on the “I hope”
Things I would like to see:
Calvin Williams dancing the squar
Chubby James make up his mind.
Margaret Greenard with a beau.
Cassel and “Allah” making love.
U. Evans with a girl.
Clark young men staying in line.
G. Jewells make the “Honor roll.”
Bro. Lovick with a zoot suit.
W. Beasley, Alva Lindsay, L. Mc
Daniels, Lency Waters and Ora Wil
liams refusing food.
Omogene Williams without Pat ir
’Tis almost time to hang up my
stockings—but this last thought be
fore going—“If the boys quit on
Christmas Eve night ’cause they say,
“You haven’t been true,” ’tis ’cause
they were beat for gold.
Merry Xmas, Gang, and may tn--
New Year find you with your minds
—Peeping Tom and the Younguns.
P. S.—That wasn’t an earthquake
in the “Rec”—it was a Morris Brown
chick demanding a decision from
Johnny Colquitt. He played it cool
’cause he was seen walking off the
campus with his Clark flame.
SCENES FROM THE 76TH HOMECOMING
Alpha Kappa Alpha
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
welcomes sixteen new Ivies into the
Ivv Leaf Club: Sara Adams, Marjo
rie Butler, Willie Myron Harris, Sara
Gannaway, Alethia Alford, Mary
Rowe, Willie Mae Johson, Ethel Jar-
rels, Thelma Grier, Gloria Current,
Emma Jefferson, Cynthia Perry, Eve
lyn Gibson, Agnes Lawrence, Alice
| Merry Christmas
\ Happy New Year
Beta Psi Chapter
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
Work Done by Expert
Dresses a Specialty
870 Hunter Street, S. W.
Martin, Laura Tatum.
Continuing its policy of alternate
social and business meeting, the mem
bers have sponsored several success
ful and elaborate social meetings since
the last issue of the paper. The host
esses for the first meeting were sorors
Inell Brown and Helen Burke, who
entertained at the home of soror
Brown. Sorors Dorothye Elliott and
June Daniels served the sorority a
deligrtful repast at the home of Mrs.
H. Bohannon with soror Carol Curry
as special guest. The last social meet
ing was held at the home of Soror
Greenwood with Soror Mathis serv
ing as joint hostess. The menu con
sisted of pork chops, potato salad,
pickles and tomatoes, hot rolls, cof
fee, ice cream and cake.
w. s. c. s.
The officers of the W. S. C. S. in
clude: Ogust Delaney, president;
Carolyn C. Smith, vice-president;
Katie McKinney, secretary; Emma
Jefferson, treasurer; Levivian Mc
Daniel, reporter, and Miss Frances
The Pyramid Club
The Pyramid Club of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority witnessed the color
ful initiation of outstanding Clark-
ites into its sisterhood. The new
membership includes such attractive,
amiable, and talented young women
Rosemarie Sabie, Dorothy C. Hisle,
Geneva Joseph, Enid White, Leila
Davenport, Helen Hill, Mary Har
grove, Gwendolyn Coffey, Sadie Rut
ledge, Levevian McDaniels.
These “select” members have
pledged themselves to maintain and
uphold the ultimate standards of
womanhood, scholarship, and charac
On November 1, the organization
was entertained in Pfeiffer Hall
Lounge by the president. Games and
songs along with chocolate sip and
cookies were enjoyed by all. The or
ganization sponsored an Early Dawn
Prayer Service in Davage Auditori
um Thanksgiving morning, Novem
Telephone MAin 1377
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LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
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The Clark College Band
The Clark College Band, having
thus far shown tremendous progress
during the school year, is under the
direction of Mr. Wayman Carver. At
present diligent practices are being
given to selections such as Strauss,
“Blue Danube Waltz” and Bach, “Ave
Alpha Phi Alpha
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Studio: RA. 9234
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