The students came up with some distractions for Dick. One of them was for a girl to run down the hall saying "I'm Jan Brady!" There were other plans concocted, such as climbing out the window. Instead of this sneakery, the students decided to bide their time telling each others' fortunes by use of poker cards. Surely tricky Dick couldn't sit out there all night!
And so while they were patiently awaiting the time when Dick would go to sleep in his room, the fortunes were told of who each person would marry.
Years passed. Relationships came and went. One of the girls got married. The other three took a biking trip to St. George with two more of their friends. That night, fortunes were told and retold. Names came and went, such as Paul N.
Years passed again. There were more marriages from the male side, and possibly one declaration of gayness (but I'm not positive about that one). One of the girls was in a silly mood and told her sister's fortune one fateful night. Later, her sister called her up to ask how to tell fortunes in this manner. The girl explained the fortune-telling process. Later, the girl received an e-mail informing her that her sister had told a fortune to her roommate, and consequently, the roommated decided to implement the telling of fortunes in her writing class at the University of Utah. And thus we now know the partial history of this fortune-telling by poker cards. So, if there is a freshman at the U who offers to tell your fortune, you know from whence it came.