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PERU PEDAG VOLUME XIX.

PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1923.

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IN ebrnsn,n Btcde Norou:.l Sr:h()oL, Li&rary, P~ru.

COLOR SONG. 1. F ling stbroad our college colors To the free Nebraksa breeze, Blending heaven' s own white and azure Wit h the Roft green of the trees While our loya l hearts and voices With pride and joy unite A11 we s ing--Peru' d evotion To the pale blue and the white. '

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Thr u the years of sun and s hadow Mid the Rce nes we lo ve so well O'er our hearts our dear old colors Sti ll weave their magic spell; A•td whatever life Hhall call us We'll strive wi th all our might To uohold the brave tradition Of th e pale blue and the white. Chorus.

3. Wh en the cares of life o'ertake us, .f\i!.i~ lirur cq qt 'l 'l r loc-k' wit h ~ r ay Should our dearest hopes forsake us False fortun es fade a way, w ~ shall banish pain and sadness By me rnori es f o nd and brig ht, Of the old Nebraska Co llege And _the pale blue a nd th e w hite.

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The State Teachers Co llege wei- I Superintendent G ilkeson is au·J Hi stor y repeated itself, even if the stellar work. 0' Ban ion and corned Pres ident; Pate by g i vi ng thority for the s tatement that the t he score d id not . Peru wo n a n- Hayes. Coach Graf u sed Weimer, him a decided in crease in enroll- D emonstra tion High Schaa l has in othPr hard -fough t ga me from Mary- Conway, Edie and Buis ing bes ides ment. The increase is especia ll y cr eased its enrollment. Many boys I v rll e, 14 to 7. It wa:> th e first game those s tartin g th e g ame. E ve ry promisi ng, since al mos t ha lf of th e a nd gi rl s fr (J m the surrounding th a t the Bobcats p layed . It op- man on th e Peru team deserves stu dents ar e freshmen . T he 12 1 high schools, as Nemaha, Brownened th e season with a victory, a ' mention. The line played exceom ember s of the class of 1927 do vi lit! and Julian, are coming to · J fact that may be om inous for th e tiona! football. Captai n Bitzi e's no t total quite fifty per cent cf the ; Peru to i!C hool. Several students colleges in th e Nebraska Confer- plung ing , Bu ising ' s return of enrollment. 257 college students ; from Wes tern Nebraska and a few J . J e nce. j punts, Ed ie's speed , Be ll 's tackhave entere d the Teachers College. from ou t of t.he state· are taking l The play was somewhat rag- ! lin~, and Delzell's passing f eatured Several of these are g r aduate!! re- advantage of the splendid high Captain Bitzie. g ed, and th er e was more fumblJng the backfie ld . Sandberg's finger g-istering for s peci a l work. Ten sch(Jol that the state erected re-i Captai n Bitzie, 195 pounds, w ho than ther e wi II be late r in the sea- kept him out of play most of the of the number ex pect to meet t he cently for dem onstration p urposes. IJeads the 1923 Bobcats, is one of 1son. Other wi se both tea ms played game . ~equirements f or the A. B. degr ee Stud y center . co urses ar_e be ing ! the ha rd es t p lung ing full backs in j excep t i ~na_l foo tba ll. From t~e I The. Bobcat touchdow~s were 1n May . 1 organized as ra p1dly as t he m s truc- ! th e Nebraksa Conference. He does po rnt of v1ew of th e s pecta tors 1t made w t he second and th1rd quarPres id ent Pate is ve ry opti mislic! tors can fi nd time to or ganize., the punting and th e pass ing; he is was a thri 11 ing ga me. Both of i ter s. The first came on a nea~ly a bo ut the coming semester. A Miss Mione, of the hi story depart - a tripple ·threat ma n. He has been Peru's touchdowns wer e made by ex~cuted. P_a ss from _De lzell Ed~e. fnrther increase is expee ted. Pe ru ro ent, has taken charge of a class Ia m ember of th e und efea ted Bob- th e aeri a l route. And WJth Bu JSJO g runmng In· has al mos t a r ecord a mong the nor- of forty -seve n a t He bron. This is j cat bas ket ball taem. . s nagged one in the last min ute of terfer e nce, the Pawnee Ci ty lad mal :! of t he country fo r its percent- the largest c lass yet organi zed . pl ay a nd raced it to P eru' s one- raced 3u yards for a touchdown. al(e of hoys. Near ly ha lf of th e P eru Hi yard line where Forrest Bell s top- In the third q uarter, Delzell passed Not ice : The officer s of the vari1 s t u ients a r e boy~. F0r i ns tance, ped it wi th a flyinl' tackl e. Peru 15 yards across th e goal to Frary of t t,e fi r .:;t huodred to e nroll in ous org ani zations will be run the vs. d d th . . points Captain next issue. A lis t of the hi g h held and Maryville was efeate . ~r . e ~ mmng · Se ptember, 48 w~re boys a nd 5~ s chool class officer s will a lso apam urg i Maryvill e ma de many substitu- B1tz1 e k1cked both goa ls. In the were girls. Friday, 3:00 p. m. tions, two ef the substi t ute• doing (Continued on last page) pear.

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Last week t he Publ ic Sc hoo l Mu · s ic De partment gave a program f eatur in g a piano s:J io by Miss McVay , a cor ne t number by Mr. Crandell , a nd a sop rano solo by Mi ss Mee k. The r a lli es ha ve b een e nthusi ast ic. The Mar yv ille rally introduced th e Freshme n in t o Peru yells and traditi ons . And t he Bo bcats

mer va cation. We f eel pleased to see so many old old acqua intances

as we ll as new Sophomores in P e ru t hi s yea r, and only h ope that they wi ll have a very pleasant and hap py schoo l y ear. We a r e he r e to wo r k and enjoy o urselves, and in order to s ucceed s uccessfully we must ha ve pe p and coope ration. We a r e go in g to put college and aid ed from th e s ide lines by Ye ll class sp irit in to ou r work and not Ll'ader Coatney a nd hi s cohorts, shirk o ur duty. defeated the Misso ur ians 14 to 7 . The class officer s were e lect ed The Freshm en we re not long in la s t week a nd t hey a re a s follows : learnin g. When t he Tarkio r a ll y Ma r k D e lze ll, presid ent. was he l d, th ey wer e present in Paul Dunlap, vice pres iden t . fo r ce. Led by M r. Whi t t e n and The lma We lls , secretary. Mr. Coa tn ey 't hey : revi ved Mr. Pep l Myr l E mrick, treasu rer. from h is pre mature coffi n a nd fair· Car ri e Masn n , r e p o rter. ly s hook the n ew a uditorium. We know t hat th ese people a re Coach Graf a nd Captai n Bitzi e ver y ca pable of carin g fo r t he r e · m ade a f ew remarks , and the t eam s pOJ1s i bi lities w hi c h a r e be for e and t he rooters left r eady and w i Jl. them and we w ish th e m a p leasant ing to wh i p Tarkio i n to fr os ting. and successf ul year's work. The Sophomores began th e ir social calend a r w ith a bang , when Seniors. they he ld their fi r st par ty in the The seni or class was organi zed hi g h sc hool audi tori um last Friday last Thursday and th e fo ll ow ing ni g h t. Abou t s ixty-five me mber s ofticers e lec ted: of the c lass were present and each George Wil ly, pres id en t. was fi lled w i th c la ss pep and e n . WITH OUR CLASSES.

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A news pa per is made possible by its subscrib er s and its adverti~ers. meeting of t he year arrangem e nt!"l Each st udent is a su bscri ber; the co ntingent fee cove rs the s ubscr ip- wt! r e m arie f or a get acquai n ted tion. l'o o ur advertisers we g i ve especi a l thanK s. If t h e P eru s tu d en~s par ty , which was he ld at the c ol · h p d · j th h I I" will r e m e mb er to m e ntiOn t e e agog 1an no w an 1 e n w e n f ea Jng lege gy m, Se pte m be r 21. Th is with o ur advertis ers , it wil l be a ki ndness to the s taff. lf th ey w il[ party accomp li 3he d i ts p u r pose ; ev - ~ te ll non-advertise rs th at th ey should ad ver tise in the P e dagng ia n, the I e r yone met everyo n e else. t hough tfuln ess w ill be appreciated. And above all , we urge you to he lp September 25 . t he f ollowing offi ~ t hose who he lp us. Patron ize o ur ad ve rti ser s. cers were elected:

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MUSICAL CHAPELS ENJOYED. I Mrs. Beck , v ice preRid en t . Th e first chapel pr og rams have 1 Irm a Casey, sec r e tary and treasbeen mu s ical , that is, all e xcept • ur e r. the ones g i ven to t he Maryville and Mr s. Carl son. r e po rte r . ... Tarki o r al li es. T he co llege or ches· M it:s Pal mer is s p on sor of the t ra a u3 the coll tge ba nd , 1 each led Sen i or class' for th is year. by P rof. Jindra, gave two' del ig h t Juniors . ful p rograms. Tf·,e o r chestra haR J . . l\n. T f um or s w1t 11 .,1~s e a r or spon· . . beco me a large r oragmzat1on; and I h f d so r ave no t yet orm e a perma. ·· the ba nd has been re-organ tze o. In . . A . . const Jt u tJo n . ne nt o rgan Jzat Jo n fact, the band prom 1ses to be t he d b h b d · b ya 1 ws ave een rawn up v an best since the days of Prof esso rs . d rl b . .d C • . h a comm 1ttee 11e a e y 0 av1 osd S Corn e ll an m1t . . . The Girls Glee club. led by Miss t.e ll o. The officers wlll ~e elected . at the next r egul ar m ee tmg-. b Blankenship, e nter t an;ed one m ornTh . g w1. th t h ree num b er s. l\a ce c 1ass num er s seventeen; m . ' 'T W"ld R , nea r ly half of t he e nrollment Is I D owe l s ' o a ose. was masculrne . . gender. .J m especiall y w ell rece1ved Th1 s club __ wil l be with J S of ten, we hope. Sophomores. Miss Blankenshi p, a sol l1i st of no te The Sophomores are glad , indee d, herself, is develop in g a fine gle e t o be back aJrain in "Old Per u" c lub. a ft e r spending a ve r y pleasant su m·

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If yo u do not rece ive your Pedagog ian leave n otice in th e P edagoMarj or ie Ar no ld, Muriel Scheuer, g ian b ox in th e Adm ini strati on bui lrling. . Zenas Ti ech and L:vle La ug hl in. Managing Ed itor GEO. R. WILLY The f our best g ir l ba bi es chose n · t t l\• 'age A DAVID COSTELLO BSJSOrgani a n . zat ionsr we re Ella Teic h, Myrl E mi ck, AIOf CRYSTAL MEYERS· Personal s vina Selk, and Mi ss J oh nson . lWTH SANDALL th e boys, H a r la n Taylo r a nd Bi ll Bo MILDRED PATE Classes g ll;l took fir s t and f3eco nd pri ze and I Circ u la ti nn Ma nager DOROTHY WADE Forrest Be ll and Mauri ce Boren, j thi r d a nd fourt h. Su p per partner s Volume XIX of th e Peru P edagogian begins with t hi s numbe r. In its wer e c hose n by a g ra nd march . beg inning t he paper was known as the Per u Normalite ; th e na m e was T he d a ss color s. purple and amber , changed when the Nor m a l Sc hoo l became the Teach er s Co llege. It Js we r e a rti s t ical ly carriad o u t i n I he de ligh t f u l refreshm ents which o ne of t he oldest coll ege papers in th e !ltate. The staff i s anxiou s to give t he st ud e nt s a nd th e inte r ested a lumni c losed t he evening' s en t er tainm e n t. , a cred itable new.;;pape r . Ever y effo r t will be mad e to g i ve th e news. S ince the pape r is prin ted in Peru, each week th e latest i tems can be Freshmen .

With a n increased e nrollme nt has come an in crea se in peo. The f oo tba ll ra ll ies have been a joy t o ath le tic enthus ia st s a nd t o loyal alum ni. The r ev i\·al of Mr . P ep at the Tarkio rally de!'erves s pecial me ntion. Wi t h t h e spir it t hat i s now rampant among the s tudents Per u is bound to be one of th e livel ies t in stitutions of lear ni ng in th e state. And the num berr< will increase e ven fas t e r t han they a r e now in· crea;ing . Let's al l pu ll tJgether a n d pu ll hard.

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You are r ead ing a co mp lete new~p:pe~ w h; n :noouw~~~cl t~~~ Lincoln S tar You have the satJs act l(l n th b · t 'I' . d n PW · p a p e r featnr e s ar e e e,. the n ews f acJ JtJ e s ll n . ~ . t h e news o f o b tainable Two leaserl wir t- s erv i c e s carry d h I the w nrld to T he Star - The f.._ s!:'OCi<ite d P r es~ an t e nte rnarion al News Serv i ce, providing t h e :,t r o ngest ne ws se r vice possible. The w ~> r l d's g r eates t n ewr<n<"~per cartoo ni sts and f eatu r e w ri ters are oo ntr i butors t o The Star.

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Yo u ca n always find so m ething goo d i n T he S tar; i t wi ll fil l your new.;;pap er wants. It . s the p ape r f o r t he home.

Mary McVay, secretary. Grant ' Casey , t r easurer and r Ppo rter

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Cheap Cleanif!1g on Dark Clothes

The h igh school foetbal l t ea m that made so c reditabl e a sh o wing in 1922 is working l~ard each n ight un de r Coach Yerkf:s t o kee p P eru among the better h igh school teams in so uthea;s<.' rn Ne br aska . Th e boys met a r everse in the fi r st game a gai nst Blan chard , Iowa. T he Iowa bo:v" we r e too b i g and too fast fo r Ye r kes' s Bo bkitte ns. · . We solicit your Patronage

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score was 6 to 0 in favor of third; Modern Up-to-date System by Edith Argal bri~ht. Three cheers for the third!! Faculty and Students will find a cordial welcome here : Tense ecxitement reigned thruout the game and both sides displayed some admirable work. Bruised · knees and skinned elbows were unusually common the next day. If The Bank on the Gerner I j these games are tJ be continued !for any length of time it would b e : - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · - - - -- advisable to widen the halls. Yes, ' girl11?

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Betty Wales, Koroch, Prentzess and Hart Schaffner & Marx I ARE HERE

2, Wahoo at Peru. 9, Tarki O at Tarkio, Mo. 16, Plattsmouth at Peru. 23, Stella at Peru . 29, Auburn at Auburn.

Your patronage always appreciated

It e rtainment was Rtaged in the dor-

Our showing of u ew Autumn Coats and Dresses include ga rnents for every occasion to meet individual differences-such popular makes as

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The appointment of officers of Mt. Vernon Hall was one of the first duties of the year. The fol1 lowing offices were appointed: Murie l Scheuer, president ; Pearl Nelson , vice president; Marjorie Arnold, secretary; Amy Kite,

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·oN THE CAMPUS. High School Schedule. Oct. 12 Hamburg, Ia. at Preu. Two Peru alumni, the Misses Oct. 19, Nebrasksa City, at NeRuby Thompson and Sigfrid Johnbraska C1ty. ' son of Falls City, were the guests Oct. 26, Falls City at Fall City. of Myrl Emerick over the week

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A suggestion, (the result of an Students Headquarte rs for Good Things We, the observers of Wear . Give us a call : the dormitory porch on date nights, deem it advisable to eithe r __P_h_o_n_e_5_2 _______H_. ~ acc id ent).

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their odd change, others "invest" it in a Savings Account. The difference later on in life is the difference between "Suocess" and · 'Fai iure" .

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Fruits, Groceries and Meats Opposite Trainin~ School S ee us and save the long walk down town

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yo u seen the rank growth~of shrub- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ bery that has been perambulating ;;;; around tbe campus o.1 the faces of It's our Business to Repair your Shoes. j some of the boys? No, little one, There is as much diffe renee in shoe repairing as th.are ia in ; these are not the " wild men of merchandising. Be sure they' re repaired right. We know how Borneo,'' these are merely t he ''w ild men of Peru," who are payTHE BEST SHOE SHOP-Elmer Ringer, Proprietor. ing a bet; no co liars nor shaves f or HowP.ver, this means no "dates," so several of the boys have re turned to public view minus the hirsuite adornment~.

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Varsity Schedule. Oct. 20, h.earr.ey at Kearney. Oct. 7, Doane at Crete. Nov. 2, Cotner at Bethany. Nov. 9, Wayne at Preu. Nov. 16, York a t York. Nov. 23, Midland at Peru. 3 6 1;; ~~

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Loyal Pharmacy Successor to Fis her Bros.


ORGANIZATIONS.

Peru Wins Both Games.

Let the Y.M . C. A. help vou. The Y. M. C. A. enjoyed its largest attendance since the World War last Wednesady evening. N early fifty percent of the men of the student body'have taken membership in the or gani zation. That speaks well for the manhood a t Peru. The program for the evening consist ed of group sin g ing, some splendid special music, and several talks on the purposes ~J f the Y. M. C. A.: l. Creatin~ of Faith in God tbru Jesus Christ. 2. Leading to church membership and Christian id eals. 3. Deepening the spiiitual life thru Scripture reading and prayer. 4. Uniting in an effort to make Chri st 's will effective in world af·

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Y.W.C.A. }ourth peri od a series of penalties Our second devotional meeting took t he ball to Peru's 12-yard was Recognition Ser vices. All of line. A firstt dow n gave Ma r yville the ball on t he 2-yard li ne. Ir the member~ of the a ssociation took four downs for O'Banion to were taken into full membership. make the distance. He kicked We are proud to announce that we goal. Maryville opened u p the n now have seventy members. " It is NP. braska C ity Cl e ~ning, but was never dangerous save for the desire of every member to the juggled pass which Hayes P ressing a nd Repai r ing grabbed and t ook half the distmake the will of Chris t effective Every t hin~ re tu r nFd but the ance of the field. in human society, and to extend Maryville, 7 Peru, 14 A ll ord e r s t ake lil aFJd the Kingdom of God thruout the d l. r t . Ha'y r e. Gilkeson de live r ed world.'' Richar ds ·Brunadon r. t. The officers of the organization F reeman r.g. M. Bell Cr ane follow: c. Taylor "Agen t" Graham I. g. Carte r Presi dent, Ruth Blomquist. Akar• I. t. Milam Vice president, Karnie Sundell. Younl!' Frary I.e. Secretary, Myrl Emrick. Ead:; q .b. Delzell Treasurer, Zelma Taylor. r.h. Sandberg Ma•ters Urlergraduate representative, Wilson I h. F. Bell Pitman f.b. Buettgen bach Ethel Lindahl. Program chairman, Marjorie Ar· fairs. To inspect ou r va lu es whet he r or Peru 21, Tarkio 7. nold. To live up to such purpose is a Coach Graf l!,'ave many of the not y ou a re read y to buy . As t he Service chairman, Helen Jones. chall enge to manhood and a test of tryouts a chance when the Bobcats Social chairman, Nellie Pierce. cha r acter. If you are game to try turned back Tarkio 21 to 7. Peru leaves tu rn b r own. or to d arker World program chairman, Mrs. such a life, the Y. M. C. A. con- made sixtee n fi rst dow ns t o Targratulates you and offers its assist- kio' s six; and t he Bobcats were shades so does Fash ion d ic t a te the Hazel Carlson. never in danger except f or · a short ance. Y . M. C . A th e s ha d es of Fall Voot wfa r . At the close of the program new time late in the last quarter, when Condi tions were such that Pr~si · pins and membership cards were is- the new back field fa i Jed t o solve The ~mHrtttess of the comllinati o n in the Log the Tarkio f or ward pass a t tack and dent Pate was unable to speak at sued . Captain Ky le compl eted four pa~ses Ca•dn, Cucn Brown, Bie~e or Ma nda lay B r own the Y. M. C A. meeting last week. Messrs. Jindra, Yerkes, and Hair in suceessi on f or 80 yards and a Oxf,,rds must be seen to be appreciated Watch the . annou ncemen ts as yo u are to be thanked f or the fine touchdown . Peru start ed off with ·a r ush will want t o hear him and wi ll music of the evening. f>riced at .$6 .00 to .$8 5 0 have the priveJel!,'e of doing so in The Bobcat line held a nd Ta rk io the near future . C. C. A. punted. Then with Buising, Bell, · fi rs t Bi.tzi• and Edie each carr ying the Mr. Crago t ook c h arge of t h e Th e C . C. A . h e ld th e1r ball onc<!, Peru made three first meeting, usinl!.' for a Jesson the meeting, Wednesday, September downs. Tarkio held and the quar"The Home of Good Shoes " parable of "The Talents." Need · 19. The fullowing officers were ter became a punti ng due l. In the and "Arrowhead " H osiery. Jess to Ray it was a very profitable e lected: last moments of the period a beauMEBRASKA CIT Y, N E BR . tifully executed f orward pass. Bit· President, J ames Conway. lesson. SecretraJ - treasurer, David zie to Frar y, Rcr r ed th e f. rs t touch·==============================:=; A special membership campail!'n down. Frary making 25 yards on !' is being put t hru bv theY. M. C. Costello. the play. !Pa.!JS to be .7ussyf A. cabinet . A nea t application Reporter, Miss N elson. The Peru line broke the Tarki o meet ings of the club line to pieces in the second period The Sunday blank is being passed out a monl! the fellows. On this ca rd are will be continued. As soon as ar- and the pedagogues made six first printed the purposes of the orga ni . rangements can be made the cl ub downs thru the line. · Buising will have a room in t he training plunged thru center for '8 yar ds on zation. Whether or not one is able bui lrlmg . the fina l play of the dr ive. A des· MAKERS call us cranks-but w e us ually get what t.o li ve up to some of t hese p urThe social part of the in itial perate attempt t o score anoth er poses is a rea l test of manhood. meeting was we ll .received: After t ouchdo wn before the ha lf ended we are after-and wha t we 'rt: after are th e good To develop thes~ purposes mean R the bu$mess meetmg, an Interest- fai led . Score at t he end of first you demand in Clothes ---good style, good fabric and 1 the cultivating of such principl e:; ing program kept the members in half. Peru 14. Tarkio 0. laughter until the fina l act. which The third quarter was a duplig.:~od workmanship. Combined with m oderate cost he re as will best fit the ind ividua l f or a was more serious. The seriot:s cate of the fir11t, Bitz ie s.raininlZ' are values th at can't be ignored in life of supreme usefulness and ser· part came when huge pi eces of !'teadi ly in the puntin g du el until SOCI ETY BRAND and The Peru wa ~ within !ltriking di stance vi ce- the di vine purposeo f h u m :~ n wa terme lon were served. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTH E S li fe. Can you affo rd to miss a n op- club tha nks Miss Laugh lin and Then a series of line plunjZ'es with portun ity for such devel opment ? Mi ss McNi chols fo r the good ti me. Bitzie bearing the brunt took the MANHATTA N SH JRTS ST E TSO N H ATS H E lD CAPS WALK- O VER SHOES

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1922·23 GRADUATES NOW TEACHING Only Teo of the 127 Are Not io School Wor k.

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lean, ~hester, No r a, U ni on, N ehawka, Battle Creek , Mi lli ga n, Rulo. La wrence , Nebraska Ci ty , Plattsmou t h. Alma , Doug las. Wy more , Wi n nebago, and a number of cities in Io wa and Missour i. Teachers have been located. during the year 1923 in each of t he twen ty -five sou t heas te rn c oun t ies, w i t hout a si ngle excepti on. In add i tio n t o t hese, teacher s ha ve been sen t to practica !Jy ever y p a r t of the state , a nd into each of o ur border states.

by cooducting .a Cfl mpaign for new member s. The campa ig n was successful a nd as a r esult about e ig hty Ph i lo ma t heans gat hE:r ed a t th e hi g h school as.s embly Thu rsday eve n ing, October 11, 1923, for it was the r e

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, . d to see Helen ---d them . somewhat surpnse on that the dormitory a nd comforte t Jones prancing abo ut Secretary, Crysta l Meyer. in their frui t less search for a stree b m'~ A real horse was an I mTreasurer , Glen Frary. , The meety w celebrates roo · car . Ea ch year the . . i ssibility on the stage. Advisor, Mi ss R i ne hart. Entered at the Postoffice at Peru, Nebraska as second·clas~~ atte~ . · a party. , po · its birthd ay by g l vtng . closed with the s1 ng ing of t he EVERETT SOCIETY: · 'ted to e nm g Published Weekly by the Peru State Teachers College All coll ege gi rl s are m vl . . . y W camp song. .. Follow the Persident, Ella Teich . . f games and J net - I . . jo v an even m g o . f th e. G leam . ,, or $1.00 per year. Single copy 5 cts. Vi ce Presidf:!n t , Hugh Stoddard dt:!ntall y to rece iv:! a bJt o re~ l Lats Wedn esday the col~elle . · m · th e PedagoSecra~ary, Vivian R owe. If you do not rece ive your P edagog 1an lea ve not1ce birt hday cake. Was th.a~ a ch estra prt's .. nted another InterestTreasurP.r, Pa ul Dun [ap. gian box in the Adm inistration buil di ng. g irl ~". At Thanksg iVIng fillandd ing pr0gr.-.nm Among the numbt'TS Adv isor, Mi ss Burton . ' Cake • Managi ng Ed itor GEO. R. WILLY Christmas t 1. me, boxes . . a r ef p e I pla yt:'d were a me dley • a popu lar Assi stant Manager DRAMATI C CLUB : DAVID COSTELLO . t or famlltes o eru., ''Sw l·n(J'in(J' Down the Pre:>ident, Otto Oakes . and g1ven o po "b't" number "' ,.., "The CRYSTAL MEYERS Organizations Each member contributes her J . L , , . and an overture. Vice President, Clarence Th omp. g at fer ane, Personals to the box . In the s pn n ' t •· lWTH SANDALL Classes son . has iss ued h er offi ' Bouque. - - ------. h F Secretary, Helen J ones. MILDRED PATE dame as JOn TIC Circulation Manager cial dEcree, the Y. W. puts o n a DEBATING AND DRAMA D_~O~R~O~T~H~Y~W=A~D~E~==================~= Treasur er. Fuller Wood iP. ~ty l e show . A fittin g show of sry~es CLASSES ORGANIZED. ::: I Advi!'or. Miss Plaehn. If an expert accounta nt were t o invo ice an educational i nstituti on, ' OLYMPIC CLUB: wsa made by Missea Lucil e Har.n s, j (Continued !!rom first page) he would certainly includ e the a lum ni among t he most. va luab le of as - , President. Pearl Newhouse. ~rnstine Rl•bertson and E lla Te tch. , d of Coe College, Iowa, sets. Toe alumni are to an institution what past achi evements are to "P" CLUB : W C A year g r a uate h Y f The work o t e · · · · . d f th Northwestern School of a'l ind ividual On " ha<> a rig1t t o judge what I can do by what I have Offi b I t d · th s umm e r 1n a a n o e culminates d unng e • ... h Sne has done some g-radu. p d b h t th old c ~rs to e e ec e . e TENNIS CLUB: do ne. So one has a right to judge what eru can o Y w a summer conference at Estes Park. Speec ·. . N rthwesstern Universchool has done. d tor 1 ate worK Jn o • Nel le. you were a clever co n uc I h ast five years she has Pres ident, David Costello. One of P~ru's two first graduates, the members of th e class of ch work in Cen tral Secretar}-Treasurer, He lyn Hum- in aidi ng the re presentai ve~ to I sity. For t 1870, was Geo r ge E . ·Howard .' Profe~sor Howard has gained a nati onal boar d th e tra tn ! The n t here was a I had chargefoM~u I. Missouri has ber t . reputatio n due to hi s r esearc h in sociology . F or yea rs Professor How. a Wes levan o tssour . for her seen~ r epr esenting exerc tses a s . d Ad visor, Mr. Beck . ard has had eharge of t he department of sociology in th e Universi ty of part of camp life. Weren't yot: I only kind wor s to sa y . Nebras ka. I n the class of 1887 was J. W. Crabtree, once state super · PERUVIAN: Editor-in-Chief, Zenias Teich. int '! nd ent of Neb ra3ka, and once pre:;id ent of Peru State Nor ma l. Mr. Y. W. C. A.: Crabtree is one of America's prominent educator!> ; he is secretary of theN . E . A. . with h i.~ offices at Was hing ton, D. C. fn th e class of Preside nt. Ruth Bloomqui st. 1891 was James F. Hosie, one of the best kn o wn professor s on English Secret ary, Mryl E mri ck. In in our count ry. Professor Hosie is erl i tor of th e ' ' Engl ish Journal" Y. M. C. A.: TOUR Studio you are a l ways s ure of ~etting PrEsicient, Maurice Boren. and Professor of Engli l)h in the University of Chi cago . just the right thing ·- th e latest pn8e-the new· Vice President, Arthur Major:>. Natura lly ma ny Peru g raciuates are schoo l men ; but many have est finis h-the most r ecent m o unt ings. Right ups~ retary, Ken to n Poynter. turn er! to other profes;;ions. FL)r instance, the c Iass o f 1878 b oas t s t o-date-b ut nnt e xtreme Treasurer . Hull h St odd a rd . 011 e of the most prQmin ent lawyer;; in thiH country. T. W. Blackburn law.ver, of Omaha . is kn own wherever lawye rs meet.' He was recen~ly Ad visor, Mr. Crago, Mr. ClayPETERSON'~ bur n. made a member of the executive board of t he Na t10nal Bar Assoc 1aPt;RU, NEBR. t1o11. [n th t! c i ai~ of L890 Dt!x ter B A->hl ey grad uated. Mr. As hley is C. C. A.: Pres ide nt. Jam es Conway. now on e of th~ best surgeons in New York City . His address is 346 L~xingcon Avenue . In the class of 1893 J ames H. Hays g raduated Secretary-Treasur er, David Mr. Hays is a ohy:l ici an of some r epute. He has charge of the clinica l Caste lo. . hospita l at Enid, Oklahoma. ·Advisor, Miss Laughlin. Menti oning the clas.:> of 1893 th e edi tor is r emind ed thl:lt the class ORCHESTRA: h:B been out ju it thirty years Besicies Mr. Hays certain o ther m emPresident, Ze nias Teich. bt rs of th e class co me to m ind. James E. Delzell, ex-st ate s uperintendSecretary - Treasurer, Gladys ent. is now professo r of eduation in the Wiscons in State Norma l at Sears. Stevens Poi nt. Albert W. Osterhout is profe!'sor of busi ne.,s admini · Advisor, Mr. Jindra. strat ion at Cl tn er; and hi s wife. Mr s. J .Js ie Yor k O.:>terh out, is profes · ~o r of Eng lish in th e sa me in>titution . Supr. R D Moritz has been THE HIGH SCHOOL prom in ~ n t in s tate educatiunal ci r cle·· f or years. He now has charge of At the first class mee tings the ' toe s~ward pu bl i ~ sc hoo ls Arthur L. Quivey has bt>e n a meml:er of following officers were elected. th e E ngli :!h f ac u•tV of the Universi ty of Urah since 19 16 . .tyl iss Ju lia Seniors. M . Wort is no.v head of t he department of hi s tory in t he Lincoln Hig h Presid ent, Juan ita Hauptman. School, which school i s s uperintended by anoth er Peru graduate, M. C. Vi ce presid ent, Adi th ArllaLefler. brig ht. Per u is willing to be judged by her alumni. Secr etary - t reasurer , Charles

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Ne wton . Class advi ser, Mr. Gi lkeso n. Tolin, Alma A. Juni ors , Yerkes, C. M. Pr esident, Adolp h Wen sein. I Vice president, Dean SultzCOLLEGE DIRECTORY baug h. SENIORS: Secr etary. Dean Armstrong. President, Geor ge Wil ly. Treasurer. Cora Hutch i nson Vice President, Mrs. Beck. Class ad viser, Mr. Jinda. Secretnry·Treasurcr , Irma Casey. Sopho mores. ! Advi sor, Mi ss P almer. President, Lou is Bath. I JUNIORS: Vice president. Robert Ma jors. P resident , David Coste llo. Secretary, Ra lph Chatt lain . J Adv i ~or . Mi ss Tear. Treasur er , Frank Ivers. SOPHOMORES: Class adviser, Mr. Yerkes. Pressident, Mark Delzell. Freshmen. Vice President, Paul Dunlap. President, Wilbur McAu ley. Secretary. Thelma Well8. Vice pr esident, Geo rge Das her . Tr t!asurer, Myrl Em r ick. Secretary, Genev ieve Fis her Advi sor, Mr. Holch . Treasurer, Hazel Woodie. FRES HM E N : Class adviser, Mr. Huck. Preident, Harry Tackett. CHAPEL Vi ce Pressdent. Olin E ll iott. Secretary, Mar y McVay. TheY. W. C A. had charge of Treasurer, Grant Casey. t he chapel progra m on Monday . A pleasing prelude ;o the ente rta inAdvisor, Mr. Hill. COLLEGE GIRLS' CLU H: men t was a vocal duet by . Misses · Pres ident, Alfhild Gilq uis t. Lucil e Meek a nd Alfhild Gi lquist. Vice Pres ide nt, Pear l Newhouse. 1The re mainder of the program was 1 Secretary, Luci le Meek. devoted to a pantomime in five Treasurer , Helen Yeck. acts, t he purpose of which was to Ad visor, Miss Hobinson. !represent the ac tiviti ees of t he orr COLLEGE MEN 'S CLUB: jgaoization during the course of the President, Glenn Gilkeson. year. The first scene remi nded us Acivisor , Mr. Delzell. I of the tra in as t hey came in for PHILOMATHEAN SOCI ETY: lschoolinll Sept e mber. with their President, Robert Sandberg. ! "Ask Me" badges on their arms, t hey directed many Freshmen to Vcie President, Glenn Glkeson.

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togeth er m the h1gh schoo l assem bly, for one of th e many good tim es of the coming · yea r . Au Tennis Club. tumn days with ou t, were vivi d ly Th e Te nnis Club organiz~>d a nd recall ed by the art istic d ecnratio nR e lected officers. E . C. Bec k was l of s um ae h and biten.wc.et, within. mad e adviser . David Costello , of The evening wa:< opened hy a Ju lian, was re-elected presiden t. Eh ort program . Mi ss Rovce iav Mi ss Helen Humbert , of Omaha ored us w t 1 a piano ;el ecti on, was e le cted secreta r y - treasu rer. after which Mi ss Burton entertainTh e club is arrang ing fo r the an- ed us with two flute Bolos. The nu a l fall t ournament. Besides the program was conclu ded by 1hre tm m ar e sched uling a match with h umorou s rea d 'tngs b y M iss Plae hn. the Peru Tennis Club, a nd hop:? Danc1· ng was f h e main f ea tur e of ta sche dule with th e Auburn and th e evenings • entertainment. DainNebraska City Clu bs. F our c lay ty r ~>fresh ment s w ere serv ed in t htcourts ha ve been put in exce llent d 1mng · r oo m o f the D omestic Sc1co nditi o n. Professv rs Beck a nrl ence D.:> partment. Crago w!ll t each the new members th e game. EVERETT Grab a racket and take a tr ip to (Co ntinued t:J·om first page ) the tennis cou r ts Yo u n e ve r wi ll . . . f or th e~ e ne w members, w hi ch was kn ow now muc h f un 1t IS unul vou . ha t · d Th d . · a r ousm g s uccPss, was g i ven Octo. ve r1e 1t. e a v1so r s a nd h 4 officer s of the club wo uld like to er ' se ~ e nough players to make u p a 1 Th~re was fir~t a .!:' hort b uin esss · S t d l meetmg, a t wh1 ch t1me th e constit o 1lrna m e n t . e mec; er ues are onl v fifty cents and yo u get a dol- tution . of the so~iety was r ead. Fo l low'nl! th e h t' lar 's worth of good out of it every . ~ s lness mee tng a C ti prog ram comntsmg of a v iolin ~fllo 1 ne you Pay. · orne on, evuy - b Ph · · H1 b od y. Play Te nnil!! Y l l!p · Yt , a cc>mp'lnied by Mr. Chv hurn . and a piano so lo by Marv· MCvay· Was gJ v~ n . Orchestril Reports. The mee tl·n g w as t h e n turne d ovDo you r eal ize, that th is year, th ~ P~ru College orch es t ra is th e er t o Miss Gl a dvs Kurtz. who w as best and pe ppiest organi zation on ch~i rman of the entertainment the cam pus? Thi s has bee n prov~d committee. A on e-ac t play was bv th:!i r chape l prog rams as as we d gi ven but bec~ause of a sea rcity of by th e ir r e presenta Jion in different furnitur e the new member:~ we re act i vi ties. The enrollment i t self c a lled upon to act as picees of furis enoug h to show yo u our import- niture After th ey were all in place Miss Kurtz anno unced the a. c e gree. Are you an investor?

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A t t h e I as t or ch estra m eeting. part of the officer s were e lecte d A committee was appointed to ord er orchest ra pins. a nd show the commun i ty that we are worth a little notice HerPaft er th e or c hestra will meet on Monday evening. between 7:30 a nd 9 :00, and wi ll n ot m eet on Wed nesday Wu tch thi s organi za ti on g row.

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Last Wednesday, Octobe r 1o. th e orcne;tra had charge of th e chapel peri od . The p rogra m consist ed o f thre e n umber s. The op enin g pi t:ce wa$ a peppy ma rch . True Amerita . by Mackie-Seyer The fe ::ond nu m ber was. a Medley of P la ntat iOn . b I d 1es Meo y Ma c ki e -B~yt~r, the prog ram was c I oserl b· y a n overture, Bouquet, by Lurenda n.

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name of th e pi ·JY to be " Gath ering Nuts. " Of course at th i time the o ld memb ers received a g rea t d r al of Pnj oy ment at th e expe nse of the ne w ones. Followipg the play a pea nu t hunt took place. Stuart B lades f ound th e most and re l!e i v t~ d a "dime-and pin . " Mildred Kl e p~er r eceived th e booby prize of a toy pig balloon . During !he wmding of the c lock t he re wae m any lau.z hs and s hri e ks fr om peoph~ w ho w ere b eing shov <>d a h•lUt and havin~r their feet ste ppP.d on Many ot her lhe ly ga mes w~ re p lay ed d ur in g th e evening . Then we had a grand march and the leader"s of thi s t ool< u s to th e gy m and he r e refr eshments consi sting of punch and wafers were se rve d. When tim e for leaving came we departed to our h umes ve ry re luctant ly but all of us were looki ng forward to the ma ny good times, like thi s firs t one, that we a re going to have dur in g th e year. Dramatic Club.

The first mee ting of th e Dramatic Girls' Club. Club was held Septe mber twe nThe Colleg e Girls ' Club has e lect- tieth, in the e xpr ess ion h~ll. The ed as its officers for the coming foll ow in g officers we r e e le cted : yea r t he foll o wing memb ers . Vice presid ent, Clarence ThompPr esident, Alfhi ld Gi lquis t . son.

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Ph ilomathean . The Phi ln mathean Literary Society, one of th e oldest lite rary organizati on :; in· the state of Nebraska, t'l ected officers th is week. R L. Sandb t! rg of Crete, was elected pres1d en l. Tne otht-r offi cer s ar e Gle nn G ilkeson, of Peru , vi ce presi d t-nt; Jda ~eywond , of Peru , co rr e~ponding secretary; All hild G ilquist, of Omaha , r ecord tn g secret a ry; Gl e nn Frary, of Auburn. trea ":S urer ; R. A. Majors, of End 1 co tt, serg ... ant·, Professors E C Beck a nd W. N Delzejl, a nd Mrs.· R L Sandber g , tr uste=s . Edna F1sher of Peru, wa:; ma d e cha irman of th e entertai nm ent committee . Pres Pate Att nd B d M t' e s oar ee tng (Continued D:om first page ) M • D aster s egr ee at t he Univerily of CJ iorado, has a strong c lasss in N h rh e e ma a metropoli s. Mi ss Clara M . Minne, acting head of t he di-!partment of hiatory, me t her s tu dy cen te r classes at He bron . The classes are th e la rgest stud v cen ter classes r egl· tse r e"' at " Pe ru. Miss Minne had an e nthus1· astic class a t Hebron last year. Mr. Geo r ge Brown . of the de · p a rtm l:'nt of his tory and sociology, went to Shubert Frida y to orga n 1ze a ::Jtudy center group at that place. Professo r Brown is well known in th a t section of the slate and there is every r easo n to be-

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PEH.U, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1923.

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Fifty-seven v isi t i ng s cho ol men welcomed P res ident Pate to Peru Th ursday e vening, Oct. l. The Peru Chamber of Commerce was host to t he s choolmasters ; the club fu r nished a s ple ndid banquet. Seldom has the re b ee n such a gathering at P e ru ; ne ve r have the v isitors lef t with a bette r impression for the old normal schoo l, establi ::lhed in J 86 7. The Coll ege orc hestra led by Professor Jindra, and the g irl s' g lee club led bv Miss Blanke nship, fu r nis hed muaic t hru out the banqueting . Th_ese organizat ions rece ived much favorabl e comment from the vis iting school

For the first t i me in t he h ietory of the t wo schools Peru and Kearney played to a tie. Alth o the Bobcats made thirteen fi r st downs and kept the Antelopes fr om making yar dage once, they were unable . to score. The Kearney eleven seemed to outfight the Per uvians at cri t ical tmes. So t h e game ended 0 to 0, after Capta n Bi tzie a te mpt- . ed a drop kick in t he final quar ter. The r eport of S t uart Blade shows that Peru was dangerous a number of ·times. Once the ball was on Kearney's tw o-yar d line. Once Peru was in p ossessi on of the ba ll on Kea r ney' s eight-yard line. P e ru men. was ins ide Kearney's ~0-yard line Dean W. N . Delzell p r ase d M r. a number of times afte rward; bu t Gi lkeson f or bring ing t he distin THE SKYLINE CHANGES AT PERU. was never able to count on th e gushed visitors to Peru and intro. . gone Progre~s has r a7.ed t he t ow- fi h · N e w York has i ts skyl ine; and Value 1s part1ally depend en t upon · · · g tmg Ante 1opes. S t N C duced t he toastmaster . up · · · . . . h er ·, a n ew aud itori urn ~lands on the Th p 1· h ld II Th b k C' D L Chicago and BrJston a n d Detroit assoc1at1on . Peru assoc1at1ons ave e e r u me e we . e 1 Abbott, of Ne a rp boasts ' a n indivi duai J made the !'ky line whi ch shows the s ite of the h onored lan d ma r k. greatest gain thru t he line was e rtdl ~ kyline· and San Francisco and I Mai n Build ing towe r and the roof Alumni may ~ee it now in th e pic- thr ee ya H1s Onl y once this seaB. Shreve, pres! e nt n t el c hamb er of Co mmerce, we come · . 1 B . . . t e on ly So lon g as me mory 1 h t d t d . . p S t .::-Jew Orl eans , and Pittsbur~~:h. Lw- of th e old Chapel ull dmg, now t:r • • · son as a n opponen rn a e en yar s eru. f L' ecre ary . · the VI Sitors Hto 1 coin may ha ve a n uted s k y line w h en I' t he Gym nasJUm, o f 1·nestl·mabiP.. serves, how ever. the old skyline ~ ~·n f our d •Jwns th r u Coach Graf ' s Everett M. o::lman, o m co n , . w ill remain in the minds of t hose line. F urrest Bell a nd Ca ptain aying tribute to 1 the new capitol IS co mpl eted . To , va l ue. . . d th " H"I l f ded b 1 1 s 0 Bitz 1e played e x ceptional bal l on r espon . y p Per u rgaduates no skyl ine is dearer And nnw the skylm e IS c hanged. who wandere O\'er e P eru and 1ts 3200 graduates, . t o than t ha t of Ol d Peru . d efe nlle. On offense the back .fi eld 1 The old Main Building tower is Old Peru." Pe ru and i ts pi on eer educato r , T. p la y was ragged and not sure. T he

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Engli sh l iterature, Peru eleven p la yed intermitte n t T he ~edagog i an_ g 1ves Kea rne y 1 Presid ent P11te, say mg that N~ the World War . It has the la rgest ~choo l a r t, or the t::cience.l, should ! foot ball. N e bras ka Ci t y too k due cr~cl!t f or h oldm g the Bobcats braska educa tors expressed tt ~~ ! co ll egiate attenda nce of men_ in the make inquiry of R. D. Overholt. 1 advantag e of t his f act , and a i d ed scor eless . S .1ch g ames at t he Peru confidence in anr1 :or him hi s t ory of the s ch ool ; and . It r egistar. by the spec tacular wo rk of full back Kea r ney ga me ha ve been comm on Bee rs th ey won handi ly. I t was e noug h i n th e Midd le West th is when they elec ted h1m pres1den t d establi s hed in 1867 . T he re IS an mthe State Teach er s' Assoc iati on . crease of ten per cent ov e r 1922 , HIGH SCHOOL not unt li th e las t period that the season. Witness t he N e braska Col. T . J . Majo r s was in t r oduced and the increase has been in the ENTERTAINS AT CHAPEL Bobkittens f ound th e mEelves The n K ansas and Midla nd- Wesleya n ba tThe Hig h S chool entertained at it was too la t e. ties. as "the grand o ld make r of schoo l freshma n class. That fact pro bab ly me n in Nebra:!ka.' ' He d e lig hted mea ns a still greater e nrol le nt next cha pel, Octo be r 17. Edith ArgaCaptain Heywood and Bob Ba th Coach Graf is n ow po i nti ng th e hi s lis te ne r s wnb remin escence~ o f \ year . In fact. if one can rea~ ~he bri ~ht, vice preside nt of the seni or ! played excep t ional foot ball for team f or Doane . We must shake Neb r ask a; of fi ~hting t h e Indta ns l si g ns of t he tim es, Old Pe ru I S . ~t class. r ead th e program to t he au- , Peru; Case beer, th e speedy full - the D oane j inx t hat has been wi t h on t he pla i ns. of locating a pl~ce the point _of a decided a d vance 10 die 1 ce . The program co~sis_te_d of back, did the specc 1a !ul a r work us since 1906. Las t yea r we d id to put L in co ln, and of secur m g atte ndance. fou r nu mbe r s, three 1nd1V1dual l fnr Nebra ska C ity. Running fr om the deed 27 t o 0. Le ts have mo r e All of th e classes have , perfected numb ers an'd a choru~. punt f ormati on Case bee r mad e ten just l ike i t Peru , 0 Kearney, 0 t h e Sta te N ormal for Peru. . Geo rge C lary g ave a chalk talk, a nd fi fte en yar ds a numbe r of Gilkeson I. e. So me r s Su pt. M . C. Lefle r. of L~ncol n, th er organzations. The ee n ior class . whi ch is the s mal}est, e xpects to de li g htfully mixing h is rartoon rna- times. Once he got a wa y for 75 We ime r I. t. Ne lso n (Continued on last page) graduate ten -nember s during th e te rial fr om fact a nd ficti on . Such yar.ds a nd a to u chdown. Bath Carter I. e. S tyska l c. Reed 1 lj23-4 sess i on A g r Pat numbet of nota b 1es as Pres ident Pate, Mutt found his interference t oo s low; Milam the 108 sophomor es wi ll return to and J eff, Captain Ri tz ie, Spark but he went on anyway. It took M. Bell r. g . We ir continue their co llegi a te Pducati on. Pl ug , ancl A~pi rin, a ll receivt: d a 1 two a nd t hr ee tack ler s t o pul l h i m Brunsdon r. t. Smith ; The 1924 -fi sessirn wil l g r a duate share of the grap hi c publ i~i~Y· I down . H e p layed a great .ga me. Frary r. e. H olla nd 1 twi ce a!l m a ny A . B and ca ndidates Tne ta lke r s howed no m ean abJI 1t y 1 His 3 -yard dr opkick was a spec(Continued on last pnge) a s the 1923-4 sess ion : that is our a s a n e n te rtainer. 1 tacl e T h e ball h it th e cross ba r predicti on. Celia Ki lgrave a hu~ orous read - ~ and r o lled ove r . Seldom does a T he high school has practi call y I n~ . Mr. Cl a ry h aa ~ J rg o t~en 1football fan see s uch a cou nte r. the same enrollment as in 1922 -3. J igg s and Maggie; s o Ml_ss_ Kl zfr l N e brask a Ci ty , 27 Pe ru Hi , 9 The increase has btJe n s li g ht. How- oresented the co uple waltmg be. , Navaux I. e . Parri ott eve r , the n earby to wns of Julian, f or e Sain t Pe te r f or admitta n ce. , Andrews I. t. H ey wood N e ma ha. and Brownville have sent Mag gi e's actions we re true to Me- F ow le r I. g . Bogle in se ve ral juni or s and seni ors . The Manus whether Ji g g's we re or n ot. Hanks c. De lzell D emonstrati on Hi g h School does Miss Ki zer r eceived pro long ed ap- ~ Funke r. g . Pete rson not st rive to exce l! in numbe r s but p la use. 1 Hi lger r . t. Leahy ' in th e qu a lity of its work . Supt. Leor a Setzer sang "0 H eart of I' Mille r r. ~. Newton R. L. Sanderg , ' 25 , of Cre te, has L . J. Gi lkeso n is p leased with the Mine" t o an app~eciative aud..! - Po li ng q. b. Majors r eturned to Pe ru a fter a five yea r Gle nn Fra ry, '25 . of Auburn. a t te nd a nce and with th e type of e nce, wh ose applause evide nced the i S wee t I. h. Adams a bsence. Whe n "Sandy" left . g d on e · a pprec iat ion . M iss. Setzer has_ a Albe rs r · h· Anvil le Pe ru f or t he Wor ld W ar, H e was was a n A ll -St a te e nd in 1922 . w ork th a t is h e m As a f or.ward pas 4 r ecei v er t.he r e Certai n of th e study cente r classes pleas ing pa r lor vo ice of p leasmg I Case beer f. b. Bath noted a s one of t he best of the is no better i n rh e Confe rence. h a ve bee n di scontinued because of swee t n es s, tho of no gr eat com~ass II Substitutes: Steele fo r Hi lg er; Bobcats. He was a t ri ple- t hr eat He is fa~t a t ge tting down und e r the exessi ve exp ense. A ny town She dese r ves m u ch commendatiOn. Officials : ha If - b ac k . Sl' nce the war he has d d f , Stan ley f or Pet er so n. punts an d a t runni n g i n t e r fere n ce . t hat will furni sh en ou g h students The morn ing's progr a m en e a - · Refe ree , K ellogg, N e braska; urn- been in the p hys ical educati on Fra ry has a foo t ba ll p nys iq u e, fo r w i ll b e ~iven te ac hing service that t er Mi ss Blanke ns hip ledthechor us 1i p ire, P o rter, N e braska; h ead line- work in Lincoln, Neraska C ity, he has ne ;er b . en ta k e n fr om a wi ll pe rmi t r eg ular ly e nrol led s tu- in a h i g h schoo l song. sma n, Homeyer. a nd Crete. Las t year he cnached Bobcat g ame. Both F ra ry and his d en t s to r eceive credit f or t he ir ''Wisdo-;:-- is knowing what j It was E lbert Hnbbard. wh o Cr e t e Hig h. " Sa nd y" is a steady, t.ea mm;ue. G il keson, has r eco rd s wo rk He bron, S hubert, Fa lls t o do n ex t ; s kill is knowing said :· "When you work f or a I heady p layer wh o.m Coacl t Graf for co nt inuou :-~ p lav . F ra r y p la y ed C i t y, a nd A uburn a lready have h ow to do it; virtue is doing ! man, for goodness s&ke , work for can u se at any t ime at ha lf or his prep ~cno-.~ 1 f oo .a ll a t A u b ur n J him. " q u arter. it. , , High He is p lay tng hi s t h ird S u c h clast>es. Correspond e nce study work has year at Peru . J.

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co rd ing t o the amount of strain odR classes, and practice teac hl'rs. and ~ eg ree of k nowledge show n We make ladi es' and gent's s uit!', cleaning. p r essi ng a.1d a lte ring . The colorfu l leaves of au tumn Furs r e model ed. All wor k gua r an teed and prices reasonab le. 1 in the psychology tes t last Thu r sY. W. C. A. I time. Jack- 'o- la n te r ns. su hdued day ) "Aw, g i ve me a bite of your l ights, a nd soft mui sc produced an Inspired b~ ? ?. a j olly group ca ndy, J ack ie. " atmosphe re most befitting to a of girls at the do r mitory have bee n P ERU. NEBRASKA "Here, Bet ty , you ca n hav e some Hallowe'e n tea. Tea a nd d ~ li cious u!' ing their leisure mome nts for of mine." cakes were served by the hostes~es, We call for your clothes and deliv e r . Call phone 62 the benefit of soc iety. T ht>y have The kid party given by the Y. Alire Sor e nso n and Fern Ware . W. C. A. at the high sc hool gym They were ass isted in their se rving revived so me old fas hi oned songs, and sung th em in accompan ime nt i nasium. Friday ni g ht, was typ ical by .M rR. Place, Ern. ti ne Robertson, t u the gu itar. We ha ve e njoyed of childhood. Adnee Ha milto n Thelma We lls, these li ttle musi ca ls. and hope th at Wh o e ve r wou ld have bel i ever! Deva Arm ~ tr o ng, Ali ce Lindgren they will be continued. ---AT - - that such r c licking, r ompi ng chilrl- a nd Wi lma Coatney. As the guests Sh!! Do no t tell 'anyo ne . butre n were college students. Bitter / ente r ed they we re r eceived by wer e th e strugg les over some of Alfhild G11 qu is t, Lucille Goodl oe, do y ou knoy,. that the first nigh t EAST SIDE BASEMENS BARBER SHOP appeared the handsome boys the r e. And . Ray, Mildred Klepser and Ire n e Nelson. th e new black hoar d were n ' t so me of those girl!' just The t~a \\·a;; much e njoyed by all (w hi ch is used wh e n yo u ha ve too cute ? Watch for the ann ounc eme nt of meetings on week n ights and m ust Esther Delzell and Ed na F isher, th e n ex ~ tea , "The Thanksgiving "sign up)" th e fisrt s ig nature Peru, Ne 1) ra~ka stood thus, - - - - , cemetery ! dressed as Topsy and Sa mho; two Tea. " · Quee r !! It woul d be ¥er y n ire to little colored frienrls . a lone coulrl .Dramatic Club know what committees or or g-ani have furni shed an evening's euterThe regu la r meeti ng of the Drazations convene at suc h a spot tainment. How the white chillun Patronize our Advertisers. ma tic Club was held October Yes?? did love t o tease the li ttle picl<e ig hteenth, when new dramatists aninnies. Ain't it a grand a nd glorious After man y kid games had been were made f<.miliar wi th th e con- f eel inr.r t o know tha t Mr. L inn is stittution . F nr the Hi g h School r eceiving a new stovP, and to enjoyed · by th e youngsters , they were take n to the' asse mbly. H ere Declamatory con tes t whi ch the club think. perhaps, we mig ht have is plar;J nin g t11 c0 ndnc t in t he near cake (real cake, not pa nc'lke·) 'n ' they danced to their heart's content. future the following- coaches were lots of th o3e fluffy baking p nwd ..- r Bes t of all to t he kid s we re th e e lected: H ele n J ones, Es ther Del- bu isuits. a nd - oh boy . won ' t it zell, and Fu lle r Woodie he just grand soo n ??'? refr eshments: chocolate d umbbells • Th . ·1 e casts for "Hyac1n ·h " "TI peanuts and 1ce cream cones. 1f M k f l e H ow ve ry observing Mr Gilkeson · ' ," you wa nt to. make a kidlet hap py ,. a er o 0 .r ea ms" an d "Rosa I1e is! ! One day i n t heo rv cia~.:; he give him an ice cream co ne. Ther~ . are r e_hea r stng ~ o ng and· faithf ull y, called attentio n to t ha fact t ;at we re a lot of happy kids at this I a nd g i ve _P r omise of putting out the gir ls fr om Omaha loo ked so party. The little tots went home very cr editabl e pr od uctions Dates we ll, st r ong. etc .. don't you kn ow re martdng that this was the bestest : fo_r the presentation of th e pJays He maintained that t h" rE'asun for it was because- but perhapq you party they had eve r had. / wil l be announced later · 1 Kenton Poyn ter see ms to vanish have hea rd how they t hPy serve Buy one now and / for good wh en spoken to . What's milk to t he childre n during schoo l Girls' Club. Of course eve ryo ne is h ours. Hereafter th e G!rls' Club will the matter, Ke nton, did you ha ve enti t led to h is own t houghts. use it always. It's meet th e second Tuesday of every /a g uilty consc ie nce'! We'll admit a Remington and • , , lL month. Thi s is being done in ' that it did 2'et pretty dark. ! that tells the story. order that committee meetings p · S ff B FOR "Oak Brand" Leather Vests mi~ht be held during chapel p eriTn er~vmnf lat h pegins ~ork. Standard . Keyboard. Ca~ Heavy, dura ble Duck, L~ather Prompt Sel-, ice . . 1 e at m o e e ruvt an sta ff Gnly four mches high. Pri~ ods mstead of 1n t he evenings I t hi s · t ,. . Sl~eves. Strong, serviceable Mole . · year ts o 1ve up to its motto IN skm, Leather Sleeves. Classy h d- . We want t o see every g1rf out to Iand mak th , . . , e e 19 ~4 Peruv1a n "A some, Corduroy,Leather Slee~ an - I Gtrls Clu b chapel, November 13. Winne " Th k · Lt"ather-lined Vests, es. j · • C c. e wor IS well under laundry & Dry Cleaning The first Gtrfs lu b tea was way and th 8 · · R 1' ' prospects are b r ig ht G d Sheep-lined V est!' 1 SEE g 1ven tn the Facu lty oo m, Thurs. that a . book - b . . ol o styles-good service-g ood . · W I 11 e ISSUed 10 the Th ~u~. I day afternoon . e guests tn- sprinrr that II p . . 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fro .n the Lincoln Da i ly Star . It • was not at all surpri sing, tho, to hear of these freshmen writing to her for advice. They really need You'll agree wi th u s it. Betty Wale~ and ~c. h oo hnaid dre s ~es Poor "Liz " Mason! Too bad she Perrin K i d Glo ves can't be as popular as she would like to be, and Juanita Bruns or Phoenix Hosi er y - - Mun si ng Wea r "Golde.'l Locks" as the letter was • signed, should try to control her1self, and not le t the l ittle thingR worry her so. Poor child, we know the Freshmen would be very :;orry to have her depart from 1 indeed the StU a rt simplic ity of o_u.r r ich ~ id- ~ eason } their · class. And Ed ith Gapen, ' rath er, "Innocence" , it's rather inconvenient for he r , to think that she can not do anything without \ everybody's seeing her. You'll find f i tt in g accompaniment \ Mr . Poynter~\\-e feel so very for your daytime co~tumes and sorry for him because he is so lonesome, but we' re qu ite sure that it w h en you dress for ev ening you'll has been worth hi s time coming wi~h fo~ no pre t ie r . d a intier sliphere , for j ust look a t 'i'hat he pers than the e xq uiset styles would have mi ssed , ~tetti ng to hold shown b y the Presid ent's daughter' s hand. Kenton, t ake Minerva's advi ce . and every thing will be all right. 1 Th e last number on the program I was music by a m ixed quarter . The i mus ic consi sted of Jazz. City ~ j Both clast:~es were we ll represent-

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Thelma Welles. On Fr iday morning we had with us two men from out of town, Mr. 1 Hillyer , who r epresents a Lincoln ' textbook co mpany, and Mr. Burn1 ham, who is Director of Second ary i Instruction in the Sta te of Nebras1 ka. He is a lso State Super intend\ ent of Instruct ors of Nor mal Training in th e s tate. 1 Mr. Hillyer spoke in behalf of i the t extbook men and of thei r place in t he educa t iona l field. Mr. Burnha m spoke of the complex stat: of 1civili zation at the present t1me and its ret ation t o ed ucation received in norma l schools. I

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Miss Minne, Ralph Hansen and we go t o work on the presen t j.o b, Miss Palmer will play Philip Hoyt I and tha t we thin k tt.at ther e never and Mildred Kl epse r. I was such an o ppor t un ity. 1 S upt . A. M. Nelso n, of A u burn. Doane Has Been Peru'a Jinx. afte r g i vi ng a c haraeter sket c h of P eru plays Doane nex t Saturd a y Mr. Gil keso n, pa id h is r espec t s to for the sixteenth time. The Tiger s President Pate a nd gave his wo r d have always been a sort of jinx to t hat t he educators of so uteastern the Bobcats. Of the sixteen games Nebraska ar e . be hind P e ru' s n ew ! p la yed Peru has bee n a ble t o win pres id ent. I

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PERU PEDA VOLUME XIX.

PEHU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1923.

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PERU WINS FROM DOANE TIGERS

Peru Has Won Eight o£ the Ten ' Games Played with Cotner,

Captain Bitzie Dropkicks to Victory

PE'ru has always had th e friend-! liest of relat ions w i t h Cotner. No 1 college on Peru's schedul e has ever shown a finer quality of spor~smanship than Cotner. Whether i n baseball, bas ket ball, or football t he Bethany aggregation always fights ., Tne Bobcats have had the edge on t he Bulldogs in f ootball. The Bul ldogs have s ucceeded i n win ning one a nd t ie ing one of the ten games played. When Cotner began p lay ing footbal l in 19 11, t'eru was placed on the sched ul e. Coach Thacker's eleven won that fir st game 29 to 0. In 1912 the Per u machine ran up its g r eatest score. 52 to 0 I n 1913 the Chri stians from Beth any played a stellar game and held Peru to a scorel ess tie. Peru wo n 1 r egularly until 19 17 when the / Bul ldogs had a rea l team wit h such stars as Haem an and "Tmy'' Strain. It was i n 1917 lhat Cotner won t he state championship . S ince

Showing a d ecided improve ment over t he play at Kearney last week Coach Graf' s Bobcats outplayed the D oane' Tiger!' at all stages of I t he g a me and won a n earned victory, 3 to 0. Doane has a l wa ys been P er u' s jinx, and it has not bee n often t hat Peru could celebrat.e after retu rn ing fr om Crete. Thflt is all the mo r e. reason why th e Bobcat supporters are p r oud o f th e 1923 machine. Doane wa~ unabl e to make firs t downs thr u the line . T he only two made we re made by t he aeria l r oute. Tl 1e Tigers had won a ll g a mes played in 1923. so they suffered loss in col legiate standing due to th e defeat. Peru, on the other ha nd , steps i n to a tie f or fi rst place i n the Conference . J . Bayer showed up well f or Doane. Capta 10 Bi tz ie d rew favor 1 a hie comment f ro m th e p ress for h1s pl un ging. Both Peru ends

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19 17 the Cotner eleven has not Peru Sta te Teachers College! p hys ical ed~catio n de.part ment, and tea~s in basketba ll. The ; layed st.ellar .f ootba ll.. And Milam been able to scor e on P eru . Last boast; what i;~ g eneral ly acknowl - her two assi stants, M1ss Pearl New- l year 1923 -4 wil l no t be unusual. and Weimer 10 the line were fo lyear Coach Speer's Conference run- edged t he be~t college . gymna~ i u m house, of Red Cloud. and Miss 1 Ample dressing r ooms are in- lowed cl osely by the l'p)rt wr ite r s. ners-up ran a 4 7 to 0 score on the in t he state of Net r aska. No cnl- - i He lyn Humbert of Omaha. clnded i n· th e b ui ldi ng. In fact It was Captain Bi rz1e's dropkick visiting Bulldogs. Coach Graf' s lege in rh e state has a swimm ing / This gymnasium has one of the /: the dres sing and locker r oomsJ i n the ~hird qua r ter .th.at wo n the eleven will do its best to kee p poo l t hat ca n equal the one i n this best basket ball courts in the Con- would easi ly accommodate 1500 game. for Peru . Wi ll iams, who Cotner from s coring in 1 92~ buildi ng. The pool is new, havi ng t erence. Modesty f orbids us say - ,l stude n ts U niversit.ies have cared subs ututt- d fo r Br unsdon, looked The f-oll"wing is trre Peru ..Cot- been op ~:"l)ed fn -1922-3. ing t he best. No one can com- for 50 00 stu dents m less space. li ke a wi nner. Williams has been · th e t wo team ~"' It is tiled a nd ot herw ise h yg ie ni- pain 1 · s h o~e r b a th s are. o n showi n{T ner record s 1nce a b out. p eru • s 1ow ce1· 1·lOg nov:. T he 1a t es t 1n .., much impro vement of late, began football re lations in 19 11 : call y equi pped. It is twenty feet I t is a lmost t r ue that t he sky IS 1 t he same floo r w1t h the drees10g a nd is ex pceted to give his team Year. Peru. Cotner. P er u Coach. by sixty feet, and var ies in dep th t he limit . The cou rt is so arrang- l rooms and the swimmin g pool ma tes a ba tt le f or first cal l the r est T hac k er from th r ee to t en feet 0 1911 29 Regula r ed that a lar ge crowd can be ac· T he h1 g h sc hoo 1 a t hi ~te s h ou ld of thi s !:ieason Thacker swim m i ng cla sses f or lad ies are co mmodated . Small wonde r it is · look at the P eru gymnas1um before 1 hose who saw the Per u-Doane 1912 H.l l3 Johnson conducted by Miss P laehn, of t he th at th~ Bobcats have . had ex- 1choosi ng hi s sc hoo l. game predict t hat P er u is j ust Jo hnso n hitti ng her str ide . T he Nebraska 1914 1 1915 PERU H IG H TIES line A nd they held f ou r down s RESERVES W IN GAME State Journal said: ' 'Peru oup lay ed FROM STELLA HIGH Doane in eve ry an gle. '' The J o h n.;on 19 16 F A LLS CIT Y H IGH un th e .,'.) -va r d 1·m e. I n the ver y Johnson Ja•t moments nf play J<'alls C!tY The Bobcat Rese r ves-some wise- Cotner Bulldogs are nex t on the 1917 No ga me, S . A. T. C . I Friday, Nevember 26, was a comp letecl a for wa r d pass ·o ver the acr e ha!> ch ri :Jtened t hem t he To m- Bobca t sch edule. Co tner has made 1918 21 0 Speer g r eat day f or Peru foo tb al l. Not goa l line f o1 a t ouchdown. And cats- won a deci s ive victor y over a good ·showing against Wayne, 1919 10 0 Speer the least notable of the events of when ~oal wa,; missed the game Coach Hansen ' s Ste lla eleven, Fri- hold i ng t he No rma l team to 13 to 1920 Spee r the day ~as t he tie ga~e between s tood .6 to 6. . da;v after noo n . The Tom ~ats scored 3. Altho Peru has a d eci ded edge 0 28 192 1 Speer Per u H 1g h an d Fal ls C1ty. Peru Per u , 6 Fal ls C1ty, 6 in every qua r ter; th e final ~co r e on Cot ner, the Bulld ogs are noted 0 1922 47 Graf won one of t hose moral victo r ies Par ri ot t 1. e. Whi tford was 40 to 6 . For Peru, Bourke for u psetting t he dope. Coach ·r '? 1923 that a r e so ta lked a bou t these Heywood, captain 1. t. U hlig showed up we ll in t he backfie ld , Graf is runnin g no ri sks. The 29 Totals 252 --- - days. The Bobkitte ns were doped Bogle I. g. Kai ser and th e lin e was im p regnabl e. (Con tinued on last page) PROFESSOR JINDRA H AS to lose hy three touchdowns. In- Delzell c. Buach Taylo r, Pe r k, and Dunlap r.pened 28 ... PIECE ORCHESTRA stead of losing t hey ou tplaved Jua l r. g. Witt.er up ho les at wil l. From end to PERU TEACHERS 1 repti ona l

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Prof. V. H. Ji ndra. leader of Fa lls City ffo~ thhreel 'kquaTrte~s, a~d Leahy r. t. Flo wers , end t he P eru line was master of ON OMAH A PROGRAM roJans In Newton Lewis the light.er op ponents. For S te lla, Eleven members of the P eru the college band and orchestra, has then t hey oug t I e r . e. . groups of th e la st quarter . when Falls ~ City Ma.iors He 1se · r Hansen, a mem b er o f t h e 19''2 f acu It Y appea r on th e N e b ras ka organi zed two splendid q. b . ~ musical stud Pn ts. Since the days showed hfier max~rr u m s~e n ~t ~ .t Adams J. h . G. Whitford Bobcats, Walker, and Hin kle did State Teachers Association pr o1 0 11 d M s 'th ln t he r st qua r ter t e l<l Anvil le r , h . Warton t he strong p laying. Hansen reeled gram in District l, wh ich meets 1 of Mr. o rne an rd. mb d, ' tens r ecover ed a f u mble a nd .t ook Bat h f . b. S pai n Joff one long run and played a g r eat at Omaha. Most pr ominent among Per u has not had. so goo a .an . advantage of t he oppor t.uni ty. Th"Y . t d "' Officials· Willy Peru, ump ire; game on deftns i ve. Hinkle s nag- these eleven, of course, is Presi II The athletes especla Y appr ecla e r e d a touchdown b u t failed to · ·' h b d . 1't lends th e college a t- sco ' . Bower!>, Falls City, head li nesman. geli a 30 -yard forward pass and dent W. R. Pa te, who is presi den t kick goal. For t he remamder of - -- th en raced 50 ya r ds t o a touch - of the s ta te asscciation. President t e an • mnspher e to the football game. !the ha lf P e r u was on t he offens ive Notice. Pate, whose editorial in t his issue The orchestra whi c h has appear· ' . . . . down. · . ' ' b d 1 most of the t1 me. Bob Bath, t he The l! b r an a ns , M1ss Ma r sha l1 T he first quHrter was marr ed by we adv ise you to read, will ap pear ed in p ublic more t han the anh' Peru fu l lbac k, ripped so me · great a nd Miss Branson , have long search - frequent fumbles. Peru, however, bot h at Omaha and a t H old re~e . h brought the sc hoo l a nd t e . . . as i n At , holes 10 t he h oe. He made good , ed for certam ba ck copies of the r ecover ed all except one of these . He c;peaks at Omaha T hursday 0 leader the mo.re commend~:~t j gains off tackle . T he half ended ! Nor malite and Pedagog-ian i n orde r fumbles. Captai n Majors wi ll evening, N ovember 1, in the Mu· the presidents banquet last wee~, Peru 6, Falls Ci ty 0. II t hat the file~:~ might be comple te explain why t hat one was no t re- nic i pal A uditori um , on "Educat i on the visiting sc hool~asters spode The third qua r ter was a ny body' s and t hat t he library m ight bi nd the \ covered The fi rst touchdow n ca me and the State." He speaks a secof the mus1c furm s he • . · d · 1 1 h. hl lg Y . game . But JO t he fi nal peno , sc hcol paper mto permanent vo · after a ser ies of line smashes with ond time bef or e the mathema tics Ne lso n . d w S uc h me n as supermtendnet . . aft~r Ca ptam . Zorn replace ar· umes. Bourke doinp: the maj or ity of the section on "Tear.hing Fundamen ~ of Auburn and Ass istant supen n- . h lfb k t h F Jl C't Perhaps some reader of the Ped. tals., • rfman of Lincoln, paid ton at a ac • e a s I Y agogia n can te ll the libr ar ia ns car r ymg. Coat ney sneaked t hr u tendent Cu · ' team became dange rous. Once he w here they can obta i n t he follow- center fo r a touchdow n . Bourke T hree of the sect ional meetings tribute to the orch~stra . ran 45 yards. It was hi s ope n fie ld ing missing copies of the Noralite made the second on a dash thru left are presided over by faculty memTwenty -e ight pieces compose running t hat m ade the Richardson and P edagog ian: tack le. In the second quarter bers . Miss Esther E. Blankenship 00 the orchestra . Once each w~ek, . county outfit d a ngerous. With their No . 1. September 30, 1919 Madden carried th e ball across. is president of th e normal train!ng Tuesday eveni ng s, thiso r ganJzatiOD backs to t he wal l t he P er u li ne 11 No. 12, Decem ber ~ 2 • 1920 I n t he th ird quarter, wi th Sper- secti on. Miss Clara M. Mione is 23 192 practicse. The pra ctices are held he ld In fact i t was th e Peru line No. 2 3• March · 1. r y a nd Blades at guard, Parr iott p r es ide nt of the history section. · · f the admi nis· ' No . 2fl, May 4, 192l. 0 1n the musiC .room play t hat was the featu r e of the 1 No. 4 , October ~6 , 1921. broke thru agai n a nd again u n t il And Prof. A. E. H ol." h is p residen t tration bu1ldmg. ga me. The line he ld the Falls City ' Nos. 31 and 32, between May 18 he had the ball on Ste lla 's 5-yard of the science section. The following musicians compose 1ream he lpless on Peru's 6-yard and July 6, 1921. \ (Continued .on second page) (Contin ued on last page) (Continued on last page) '

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THE NEBRASKA STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION self in all countries of the w orld; The various sections of the Nebraska State Teachers' Association the fact rhat sci ence has outrun will meet this week end. Twel ve t hou!'and teachers will asf'emble at our moral and spiritual developthe five places of meeting, Omaha, Lincoln, Holdrege. North Platte and ment: the breaking of time-tried Scottsbluff, and there be privile g-ed to hear the best t a lent to be had in social heritages; loss of thE: lure of th e United States. A few of the names of thof'e to appear on the pro- land ; increase in commercialized grams, Patty Hill, Edward Cuhberly, Co ra Wilson Stewart, E rnest amu!'eme ts in tt.e world; destrucHorn, M. V. O'Shea, Aaron. Sapiro, show the treat in store f or those tion of national resources; di sposiwho attend. As a member of a teachers' college of Nebraska we shou ld tion of pPople to feel that th ey can be greatly interested in the Nebraska State Teachers' Association. No live without work; the cultivated other agency works so un selfishl y for the we lfare of Nebraska teachers taste for luxuries and outer perand Neb raska schoo ls. That is its only r eason for existence. It is an sonal adornment; the fact that the organization of the teachers and by the teachers- for the sc hools of home has too willingly surrndered Nebraska. It has adopted an educational program the fulfillm Pnt of its duties to the church and school; which would put Neb raska to the forefront of the States of America. the need for efficient leaders, and It invites every teacher , every prospective teacher, and evt-ryone inter- a genera l dsrespiect for law and ested in education to membership. Peru is located in di ~; trict No. 2. order. The students of Sociololly whose meeting will be he ld in Omaha beginning Wednesday evening, were especially interested in ProOctober 31st, and closing Saturday n oon, November 3rd. Superintend· fessor B rown's presentation of ent Ne lson of Auburn is the president and he has prepared a splendid these sof!ial prnblems. prog~am. The Peru Teachers College faculty s hould be and undoubted - ~ On. :riday mur ni.~g Miss Plaehn ly wtll be represented 100 percent at the meetings. read Just Danny. The se lecu on w. R. PATE. is very touching a nd many eyes

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Stella recei ved ing talk by Mr. Delzell. H"is subVeal. The affirmative was acclaim- after this toue!hdown, and began j ~ ct was Paul. Paul, in his teach · ed the victor altho the negative forward passing. One of these ings sought to unite all Christians was upheld very creditably. passes was batted over Conkle 's in a universal feeling of Christians. In a dark underground room, head and r ecaught by Hinkle who This. t oo, i s the ~;:p i rit of theY. g host. stories were r e-lived. till the cr ossed the Peru goal l ine for th e W. C. A in th at all creeds are groans, s hrieks hoots and became sole Ste lla counter. Just as the united toward one big purpose. so frequent and realistic that the whistle b lew to end the game, The g irl9 left feeling inspired vo president called for lig hts . Coatney sneaked t h ru for the sixth become beter members, and to After being brought bark to Mr. to uchdown. carry on t he good work of the or Beck's English room agai n by the Despite the im~lastic playin~ ganizati on. tightening of a couple of light field, there were few injuries: The Everett. bulbs, the Philomatheans adjourned most serious injury was a turned The members of the Everett Lit- re»olved to make the fu ture meet- ankle, sustained by Thorpe, the erary Society are talking yet of the ings as profitaole and enj oyable as Peru linesman. T.1orpe twi sted Hallowe'en party they had October this one proved. the ankle trying to keep up with 25. One of the most interesting t he football players. · features of the evening was a Girl~' Glee Club. 13 7 7 13--4 0 Pe ru Reserves witch . who t old the fortunes in The Girls' Glee Club met at the St ... lla High 0 0 0 6-- 6 many diffierent ways so that t here M. E Chu rch on Thursday e venPeru, 40 Stella, 6 codd be no mistake as to the truth ing, Octo ber 18. to furni sh music , Majors I. e . Will iams of her statements. for t~e Schoolmast e rs' banquet. ·1 Th p Bogle I. t . McMull en e er~ Cnamb ... r of Commerce P eck I. g Johnson .W ~~ e many we~e w~iting for ad~tsstonto the wttch~ den. b ob· : g~~e. tht s banq ue t"toah out sixty !Ta y lor c P. MeMul le n bmg for app les was qu1te ~ favored , v.lstttng s uperin tendents and pr in - ~ Dunl_a p. r g Ki zer game. l wonder why Edte didn't , Cipals. The club gave five num- Parn ott r. t. Gi lbert want to bob for an apple? Many ! bers: "Sandman Am a Softly Madd ,m r. e. Marts other interesting games were play- Comin' ," Dvork: "To a Wild goatn ~Y q. b. Wright ed during the course of the even- Rose," MacDowell; "Stars Are c~::le I. h. Hansen ·B r . h. H i nkle in g. . j r.i g.htly Shining," Bronte. An Bourke. f. b. Wa lker For pa rtners t he boys and g1rls · ong1nal song composed by a comSubst t tu ~es: Blade~:~ for Dunla p , were stationed on the opposite j mittee from the Club was given S~erry for Peck,_ Hoy f or Bo ~le, sides of a curtain. The g irl s put j ne xt. It was a so ng to the Schoot- 1GMradndcly for _Parn ott, Dalla m for · f d · . d . a en, Whittemore for Co well 1 their eet un er the curtatn and 1 men, an rece tved hearty approval. Montg omery for Mar ts. · I the boys chose their partners by j The last number was t he Peru Color Touchdowns · Coatney 3 B k · S · , , our e, "stepptng gently" on the gtrl' s ,. ong. Madden, Co we ll, Hinkle. Po ints foot. Isn't it stran~e how easi ly ~ro m t ouchdo wn: Coatney, 2, Ma- "Oak Brand., Leather Vests Heavy, dura ble Duc k, L."!ath e J: some~people picked the right foot. 1 CHAPEL Jurs , .T~ylor . Refreshments of pumpkin pie On Monday morning Miss Esther . Ofhct;ls : .Referee, Arn ~ld. U rn- Sl~eves. Stron g, serviceable ivlo le skm, L eath e r Sleeves. C lassy , h an d-• and whipped cr eam, doughnuts and Clark led the devotionals. At the ~ ~~~~~rs. arn o tt. Head hnesma n, ~orne, or d uroy,Leath er S leeves coffee, in keeping with the Hallow- close of the devotional exercises, lr;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; LE-ath e r-lined Vests · e' en spirit, were served. Mrs. W. S. Bostder of C.:hadron Sheep-li ne d 'vest~ - Nebraska, a week-end visitor Col od styles-goo d serv ice-cood va. u es. "' ) ~hilom athean. Peru, spoke. Mrs. Bostder brought . Ty pew ri ter Buy now ; get you r mon ey's worth The I hJ!omatheans me t las t t gree tings from the Ch adron NorThursday even ing for a short busi- 1 mal School with whi ch she i s conPhone 31

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Trading at W csscl's Means selecting from l arge stocks of dependable merc h andise at less than large c i ty prices.

woman 's ton;.! ue is stronger t han a was brought up in t he form of a de bate ; . wit h Helen Jones, Amy Kite. and Myrl Emer ik on the affi rmati ve, and Mr. Church Alton Ha re, and Otto Oakes tak ing the negative sid e. The judge~ were Ruth Sand ell, Mark De lzell, a nd Arthu r Major s. While t he par t icipa nts v ere preoa ri ng t heir materi al, t he aud ience was entertained wit h a delg htf u l

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Sophomores. The Sophomore class di splayed t heir usual s ~hoo l pa triotism a t the 1ast meeting by singing t he Color 1 Song for a starter . The mi nutes of t he last meeting were r ead by t he secreta ry and approved . After

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/ ness meeti ng ·dur ing the chape l period, Thursday. A large Iwas present but it could havecrowd been ;. better so it was su.g6ested t ha t IIeach Freshman should bring a nother Freshman to the next meetin g. Mr Hill, the class sponsor gave a short talk a nd the class de.ci ded t hat a cons ti t ution shou ld be drawn u p. Also a progra m comm ittee was to be appointed . The presi1 dent was to see to the appointing of these two commit tees befure the next meeting . Cecil Coatney was appointed to write a ye ll for the Freshman class. The meet ing closed with a snapPY yell, " Fresh! Fresh ! Ra I Ra !" 1

En glish · Students. On a nd after November 5, a ll E ng I ish classes u nder the instruct ion of P rofessor Beck wi ll meet in Ad min istrati on 303 . The E ng lish office wi ll be in the same room for the present. T he room in the basement of t he libra ry, L 107. which fo r so many years has been t he Eng lish room, wil l be used for organ izatio n meet ings. Miss Marsha ll '• classes in Li brary Economy will meet m A 303 until further not ice is given.

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Groceries Dry Goods Shoes Our S tore wi11 close fo r all CoJJege F oot b a 1J Games.

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1 the new president and his the line·up for the Cotner game. I come Matthews, an end and halfback, wife. Th e Mt Vernon H all Notes. The program, announce d bY has be en improving rapidly. Miss Esther Hansen was a guest ProfP.ssor Brown, was prepared by same can be said of Ralph Higgins the faculty members. A four piece at center . Higgins may be shifted of Al ice Sorensen for a few days. orchestra composed of Mr. Jindra, to guard; or he may plav center. ' Gi lquist entertained Alfhild · f1 ute, Mr. Peck, at guard, is another posai- ;j vi olin, Miss Burton, guests from Omaha Sunday layburn, clarinet, and Mr. Holch, bility . Everyone m isses Neva Anderson, C 0 0 3 0 3 who is recover ing from an attack piano, furnis hed orchestra l music. Peru •· The address of welcome was given \ Doane 0 0 0 0 ·· 0 of il lness at her home in Tecu mb p Doane, 0 seh. We art! g lad that ahe wi ll be by Dean Delzell , w ho has een on eru, 3 the campus for so many . years. Gil I. C. Bayer 1==================== - - - - - -~with us again next se mester. w keson · 1 e. t McQuillen President Pate gave a fitting re- ~ elmer . . Next Thursday the halls of t he c t 1 g Wendorf dormitory wil l be silent, silent as special numbers were f ur- l . c.· Wissenburg death. for the laughing voices, nished by Mi ss Blankenship, Miss \ M. Bell r . g. Goet~man which now cause its walls to echo Burton and Miss Plaehn . Miss Brunsdon r. t. J. Bayer ! ' ip sang a solo; Mr. H . ole h F rary Hoone and re-echo, will have departed Blankensh r. e. homeward to spend a happy vaca accompanied. Miss Burton p 1aye d B uJSIDil: · · b Camp bell q. . tion, free from t he tyran ny of F B 11 1 h Johnson a flute solo; Miss Royce accom- . e . . school books. paniied . Miss Plaehn read. Edie r. h . Simonds If anyone had viewed the Rcenes At the cone! usion of the pro- Buett gen bach f. b. Buck . . toe, Iow r ubber heeled walk i ng oxfor ds These plaiD . on the campus Saturday morning, g ram, t he teachers were invi ted to Substi tutes- Peru : Delz.ell . f?r do not be lie their looks. The soft, ~el_vetllk,e he might have thoug ht t hat the t he domestic srience rooms where Buising; Sa ndberg for EdH•; leather , cc mbined with the titt mg dormitor y had suddenly been chang· Mi ss Ebersole' s committee served Iiams f or Brunsdon . Doane: Kinney qualiti es has pro ven it to be ed into a children's hcJme. But . re f res h men t s. for J. Bayer; McClurg for Simonds; 11 the OXFORD don't be alarmed; i t was rea Y - -- - -- Parks for Boone . Officials: Bowe rs , Nebraska. refonly the prospective school teacher s Peru Teachers on Omaha Program The co lors are in hla ck or brown, pnced at dressed as kids, that they might • C~>nllnu ed rrom 1''' r "t P"-" "·' eree; Jones, Grinnell, umpire; ha ve thetr pictures taken. We On th e p r ogr ams ot the sectiou Elliott, Nebr aska, head linesman. $5.00 to ~6.00 only hope that the cameras are not meetings t he following Preu vl ans broken as a result. appear: The discussion in the Prof Jindra H as 28~Pieee Orchestra. The la~t week saw t he dign ified phyl'iral education sect ion is led by (Continued Crom firs t page) " The Home of Good Shoes" FIOphomores avoiding the pestering Prm . C. M. Yerke!!. Miss Al ice the Peru Teacher s College orchesfreshmen. And why? If you met M. Robinson spea ks before the tra: and "Arrowhead" Hosiery . 1 a freshman thi s was sure to be foreign language!! secti on on ' 'W hy First Vio lins : Obligato Violins: NEBRASKA CITY, NEBR. your g ree ting: "Do you know of Latin?" At the normal training Ella Teich Crystal Meyer any way I could open an iron box section meetin g Supt. L. J. Gilk· Irene Nelso n Arthur Ne lson fill ed with gems'! There is a key eson speaks on "The Rural Teacher Doris Rice Hel en Stalls mith to th e box. but if this is turn ed in in the Com munity," . and Mi ~s Glad ys Sears Mrs. l:t L. Klaurens the lock, dynamite will explode." Margaret E. LauJZhlin speaks on Bernice Brecken- Gera ldine Wil ls !Pa!JS to be .7uss!J! At first th e sophomores were "Tt!acher Tra ining tor High School ridge bew ildeerl, but now th ey und er- Norma l Training Depart me nt. " Cornets: Clarinets: stand, we hope, for the freshmen Mr. Jose ph W. Paul gives a talk l H ar l~nd Tayl or Mr. Clab urn have been wearying their brains to the manua l trai n ing section _on I E the l Lindahl Doroth)- Nichalos I and_s pending s lee pless nights in an "A Shop Arrangement and Eq u1p- Elisa Michels Helyn Humbert 1 AKERS call us cranks-but we usually get what effort to so lve this we1ghty prob· ment for the Average Nebraksa Saxophones : Cellos: we are after- and what we're after are the good ]em. High Schoo l." Mi ss Emily Burton Lucil e Meek Arthadel Meyer you demand in Clothes---good style, good fabric and Sad t o say , we have lea rned our plays a fl ute so lo before the hi stor y Lydia Ottens Mrs. Collister g:1od workmanship. Combined with moderate cost here fates. We now kn ow just how section in the palm room of the Francis Kelley Bass Vi ol: bright we are or aren ' t . Tnis is Hotel F o ntan elle. Prof. W. F. , R. L. Klaurens are values tha t can't be ignored in Philip Hoy t th e:fatal r esult of the intel li gence Hoyt ta l ks on "Conte nt of High Drums : · Piano: SOCIETY BRAN 0 and tes ts which were g iven some four School Chemiscrv" bef or e the Zenas Teich Bernice Lewis. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CL OTH ES weeks ago. Some a re rejoicing ,at sci e nce se ction. H orns: MANHATTAN SHIRTS their supposed menta l ability. bm The Association H eadquarters . c. L. f..1ee k, mellapbone STETSON HATS never mind , th ere is no cause for will be at the Hote l Fon ta nelle, J Arlene Riochi e, baritone H E lD CAPS alarm . 18 th and Doug las S1 r eets. If you Lyle Laugh lin, tr:ombo ne WALK-OVER SHOES .wan t to mee t old Peru fr iends sto p A. Wonderfu 1 Selection Faculty Entertains President and at headqua rt er s and inquire. • College Band Goes to Crete. Mrs. Pate. - --Tha nks to the Peru Cha mber of Las t Saturday evening the facul Peru Wins From Doane T iger s. Commer e, the co ll ege band went to ty entertained Presid ent and Mrs. (Continued f!rom first page) Crete Friday to help t he Bobcats· Fo rm erl~ Golrlbe rgs Nebraska City, Nebr. Pate in the kindergarten rooms next r eal test for the Bobcats is win the ga me. Pe rhaps the band of the Training School building. the Way ne game on P eru field, had somethi ng to do with Pl:!ru's All of th e facult y me mber s and November 9. elimination of Doa ne an d conseth eir wives were present to we iSome new faces may appear in II q uent bid for titular honors. Th P. .

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Chamber of Commer e furni ! hed transpor tati on and Dircetor Jindra I t he band. Everyone profited hy 1 the arrangement. The musicians left by automobile Friday mornin g. 1 Large, single s te m bloo ms, $3.00 to $5.00 per dozen ' Ask any member of th e o r ~a n1 za­ tion about th e so rt of tim e he had. Extra good Roses, $2 .00 to $3.00 j The fo llowi ng mu~icians . made Carnations, $ 1.00 Snapdragons, $1.25 I th e trip with P r of. V. H. Jwdra: I Messrs. Wayne Good, S. J. EllenSay it with F lowers SIMANTON & PENCE ber ger, L Tobler. H. H. Whitfie ld, FALL CITY, NEBR. 1C. L . Meek. C. A. Rice, M. Clark, '----------~----------------• I R. L Klaurens, Lyle Lau11:hlin, Zenas Te ich, Mark Cr ane ll, Phi lip Ho yt, Victor H ouser, Arleene ----------------------·------~ Ri tchi e, Raymond Ri ed , Arthnr Say It with Fl.o,wers: Nelson, a nd Misses Ella Teich, Fresh cut tiow ers for any occasion s uch as weddings birth- Helyn Humbert, Luci le Meek, and days and parties. We g row our own flowers . Dorothy Nicha los. Greenhouse and s tor e, corner G: E. Be rth old, Florist 6th st. & First Corso Nebra~l.n City. Nebr. The band as a n organizati on thru its leader, Mr. Jindra, wi shes to thank t he Chamber of Commerce for i ts cooperation. ---.-----~------.a:~ICIIII

Chain Knit Socks

Chrysanthemum Time.

Now being shown in the new silk and Wool heather combinotion Ju~t the proper ond comfortable thing to wear with your Fall Oxfords [whi_c h by the way should be Bostoniatls]

The latest creations from New York were personalJy selected by Mr. Cleveland on his recent trip to "?arket, so you are a~sured of get· t1ng t he newest at the riJ!ht prices.

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VOLUME XIX.

PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNE~DAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1923.

NUMBER 5

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MdnY Players Eliminated - Vacation

Pet·u Defeats Cotner 36 to 0 - Wayne Is Next.

Delays Play, There have been no RUrprtsln g

The Bobcats stepped up another ro und toward the co nference champ i onsh i p when they whipped Cotme nt to date The faculty see m to ne r at Bethany, 36 t o 0. The Bobhave the edge on t he students in • cats wer e never in danger. F. t he ladies' s ingles. Only Miss ' Bell's off tackle runs, Ed ie's speed Humbert and Miss Klepse r a re arou nd end, and Bitzi e' ., plunging left among the students. Of and k icking f eatnr ed Peru's offe nse. The line was the same these, Miss H Jmbert has th e impregnable wall. Weimer's b lockbest chance of advancing to the ing a Bul ldog punt and recover ing semifinals. Miss Pa lm er wo n from for a ' t ouch down, Frary's receiv Miss Fishe r in love sets, 6-0. 6 -0. 1 ing of passes, and Gilkeson's beauMiss Mione elimi nat ed Mj ss D le - j tiful e nd -play wHe r <'d le tter leads zell in straight sets, 6-4, 6 -(}. Miss in Bobcat line play. Nichols and Delzell started off wel l. She wo n i R. Bor gaard did wel l on defense the first two g'a mes wit h ease and fo r Cot ner. Cooper and She rma n looked like a certain win ne r . The n ca rri ed the offense. Miss Minne improved a nd M 1ss J Si nee Cotner held Wayne to 13 lo Delzell lost her strokes unti l in the j 13 a week agu, Graf's Bll bcats are sE'cond set Mi ss Delzell was unable:: i favored Lo w in fr om Da le' s Wi ld to take a s ingle game . Miss M inne cats. 1f they do the Bobcats wi l l will mE'et Miss Pa lmer or Miss : fil!ht 1t out with Midland on Peru F tsher next. 1· fipJd, Novemher 23. Miss Bl~nke nsh ip ~i~posed of /· Cotn .-r won thP. t oss and chose to Mi t~s Ware 1n a dects1ve mann e r . kick The Bobcats t ook the ball Miss Blan ken ship , who was lady :;tr a ig ht d own th e field. Forest cha mpion' at Pe ru in he r s tud Pnt · Bel l' s long off-tackle runs addEd I days, profited by her doubles p lay 1 much yard age, and in ·f our minutes the preceding n ight and s h owed the shi f ty BeaLrice half had scored some of he r f urm er ab i lity a t serv- . a t ouchdown Nich ols blocked A FA YO RITE SPOT OF PERUVIANS. ing- and at cove ring the court. If 1 Bit zie ' s point fo r goa l. Peru was s he keeps improv ing with her If th er e ex is ts any student at ! b e r epaid for· your sea r chi ng. bro wn a nd du ll greens will add penal ized fr equently , and altho t he play as s he has done, she may takf! Per u, pa st or pr ese n t , who does Th is is one o f t he most berutiful 1culor to th e pi cture. If it is w inBobcats ma1e ten firs t d owns they the tourney h onors The scores n or know the !'po t from wh i ch t hi s / v i ews in a place noted f or heaut i- ! te~. t he "sn ow -white radi a nce" we r e unable to score again during were 6-l, 6-1. She meets Miss view "aq ta.ke n, the P edago!,?'ia n 1 fu l views . It is p r obably at its 1. will . ~u~plan t t_h e autumn to nes the pt:ric,d . wi ll n ot be gn ilt y o f giving in -'l best of an even i ng whe n th e a ir i A~d If .n IS s pn~g , a new g r een Gockley or:M i 3S K lepser next. I n Lhe second quarter Edie went w1ll e nltve n the pic t ure. . .. Miss· Humbert p]a]ed stead}• ten f urmat1on to such unfortunate. , JS co ld and the smoke hangs low 1 If you cannot ap p r eciate thi;, in for Weimer who r e placer! Milam, 1 nis and won fro1Il Miss RowP, Hie yo u forth and sea r ~h out the on th e hills below the tops of t he • ,picture. vo u ca n st i ll ge t some w~o re placed Higgins. The Paw 6-2, 6 -3 Miss Humber t's play was spot. When you find it, you will trees. If it is fall t he yellow a nrt th ing at Pe ru. n ee speedster r an away for 35 superior to her oppo ne nt' s by abo ut I ya rd s a nd a t ouchdown . Bitzie the maro-in that the sco re indicates. PERU HIGH DEFEATS Indians he ld, a nd the half ended 6 PERU ... WAYNE GAME ,., . dropkicked t he point for goa l. Miss Rowe p layed in ·and-out ten- ' WAHOO HIGH to 0. • IS CRUCIAL 'l'h th' d · d t. Scor e : Peru, 13: Cotner, 0. The nis Miss Humbert profited by Coach Yerkes ' s Bobk i tten s t oo k e · Jr peno was a pun m g The name be tw een the Bobcats "' Bulldogs tried some fo r ward passes. the erratic play and picked up rever~ge on Coach H arre ll' s Wahoo ga me Wi th Bat h hav ing a decid ed and Coa r h Da le ' s Wa yne outfit is · Un luckily fo r t hem th ey passed enough ga mes to w in in st raig h t India ns Wedne~day afternoon . The ad vantage Pe ru ran back the of fir~t importa nce t o the Pe ru one of th ese within Edie's reach, sets Sne dr~w a bye i n th e sec o nd Pe ru lads outplayed Wah oo de- punts tv be tt t r advantage too ; t ea m . If Collc h Graf's elevt'n ca n who race d 6u ya r ds a long the left cisive ly in the first a nd fou r t h a n d as 8 consequenc of the double gain a victo r y ov er the w ~ .1 nP Sl.de iJ.ne round. u f ur a touchdown. Bitzie Only one matc h h as been played peri ods; held t he lndians about gain, th e Bobk i tte ns kept withi n ou 1fit on Peru Field the afte rn oo n ki.cketl d" t L t · th goal. Scor e : Per u, 20; in the mixed do u ble!'. Mr. Beck eq ual in the !!econd period; and scor mg IS an ce . a e 10 e of Neve m bre 9. the Bobcats will Cotner, 0 . Shu ma n and N ichols co nten d ers f or th. e s t ate and Ml·..s M 1'nn"" eliminated Mr altho they mad e but on e first down period Hey~ood broke t hr u and be s tron_,. "' wo rked well for Cotner and f ough t C layburn and Miss Blanke nshi p 6 I. i n th e third ,period, they k ep t th e blocked a punt . Per u recovered titl e . A victo ry wi ll mea n t hat the Bobcats du ring- the rema inde r 6-4 . Tbe Io 3 ers improvt>d not icea- ball 1n Wahoo' s t e rrit ory most of on the B-ya rd line. Bath plunged Pe ru a r d Midland. wil l settle thP over for a touchdown. He misst'd of the half. Late in the period bly during the match . W ith the the t i me. title a t P er u on November. 23. Bitzie dr opped a bt'autiful kick second set 5-2 agai ns t t he m, tht-y Peru won the toss and Capta in goal. 'fhat was Peru' s onl y fi r st 1 Peru has n ot bee n def~eated to 25 ya r ds f rom a difficult angle. stren!!thened and had the c ou nt H eywood chose to receive The down puring the period, but i t was da te. Wayne has dr opped games T he ha lf t'n ded wi1 h Cot ner in pos4-5, when Miss Mione won her Bobkittens began p lugg ing the good for s ix point s: t o Wts leya n and Mid land Coach sess i on of the ball on her own serve and t he .sE't 6-4 . Qu ite a line . Th ey mad e five fint downR Peru outplayed Wahoo in th e Speer 's Mid land e leven however th r ee-ya r d line. Score: Peru, 23, fi n a 1 peri od, makin g fivt' firs t d owns , was ab le to mak e but t,wo touch~ g allery of students wa tched these in a r ow. On on e o f 1he~e 1.!unges Cotner , 0. • 1 · t o o ne . A pass from Ba th t o An- dow n· aga·lnst the Way ne e leven faculty teams fi ght it out . M r. An"illt- b r 11 kP thru f or 25 yards. " Peru kicked at the begi nn i ng of 15 Clayb urn an d Mis>; Blanke ns hip W1Lh Ll1e bCJII tn W a h ~,u · s 6 ya rd ville f or yard s gave Anvi )le a when the two play ed at F r e mnn t the second half. Cotner was he ld f · h p h d h ' (Continued on second page) were strong i n the back court; so line He~ wo od plungd 1hr u for the , a or t mg t ago. e r u s owe e r f or downs a nd p unted . Then Pe r u being kept on the defensive they , firs t to uchd ow n . Bath' , placek ick GIRLS' GLEE CLUB abi lit y by wi nning f r om Doa ne at began her deadly march. An un 1 showed up well, especially in the . was blocked. D ur ing the peri od HAS 58 MEMBERS ? r e te hy a s~ore of 3 to 0 . Doa ne expected forwarrfpass f r om Bitzie seconn set Mr. Beck's nt>t play Peru was agair, dan ge r ous but Wa. · I S no t ab ly difficult to defea t on he r to Frary scor ed a t ouchd ow 1.B itz ie on Miss M.inne's !!E'rv ices kept the ! hoo he ld in the pinches. d T~e G l rbll~· Glee Club hi as app~ar- l h ome fit'ld. scored the po i nt af ter touchdown. e 10 ou 1c on sPvera or.cas10n s winners ahead Wahoo started up t he f.e ld the h. . d h d t' Peru and Wayn e began athl etic Score: Pen:, 30 ; Cotner , 0 . The as wo n comme a 1on . t 1s fa 11 an The match between Mr. Crago secon d pe ri od a .'ld r egistered t hree . M. ul k r elati ons 1n 191 9. S ince that date Peda gogu es kept the bal l in Cotn er 1 • on each occasiO n. ISS o an e nand Miss Gocklev. and Mr Coste llo fi r st downs in successiO n . Tht'Ee h ' . . . th b h . h Peru has wo n thf ee ga mes and te rri to r y t hru ou t the quarter. s t p ts t r am10g e c 1u w 1c and Miss Humbert 1s expected to coupl ed w1t h a 15-yard pena lt y f or b fit . ht . A h i Wayne has won one Way ne won Bitz ie gained in the punting d ue l. _ nu m ers ty -e 1g g1 r 1s. t t e draw the tennis fans to theath letJc l roughing the Wa hoo puntH , made 'd , b t th he r on ly g:Jme fr om th e Bobcats i n Fi na ll y Weim e r broke lhru ' blockprest e nt s anque ey were r e field co urts The teams are evenly the Indi a n s look dangerou8. But . d . h d b 1921. In th at yea r the Wildcats ed a Co tner punt, r ecovered it, and · . ce1ve w1t 1o u app 1aute y t 11e . a tched One 1s a f~culty t eam ; when Wahoo fina ll y had to punt, h · f h N ' we re r unne r s -up 10 th e Nebra ~ k a went 10 yard s for a counter. Co tm sc oo 1masters o so ut .eastt'rn ~- ' · Co nfe r e n ce. They lost the ti tl e ner b loc ketl Bitzie's kick . ~core: the othe r a student team . the Bobk ittens marc hed down t he b k S h u . . . . ras a. uc m en as rn nc1pa 1 The tournament will be fints hed fie ld aga in. Anvi lle broke thru a Juliue Gilber t. of Bea tri ce, and , t o Wesleyan in a po 3t-seaso n game. Pe ru , 36; Cotner, 0 . befor e the next issue of the Peda- jsecond time f or ~0 yards . . Wit h Hig h School Inspec t or A r cher ·~ Per u won in 19 16 by a sco r e of De lzel was injured in the final go~ian. the bal l on t he ir 5-yard hne the <::::ontinncd o n s ernru1 page) rContlnnr•rt on Last 1-'ruce, (Continued on last page) upsets in the fa] 1 tenn i.s tourna-I

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P er u ; Mr s . R. D. Kl a u re n~, of Nehaw ka; Lou ise Mc Cro r y , o f Do yo u r e me mber th ose st ori es we u sed t o hear a bou t th e wo r'lt b E . R b f • . h ? !Au u rn ; •r nest1n e o e rtso n , o boy in t o wn and ho w h e became the fir st Citi ze n of th e co mm on wf a 1t . 0 h v· R d I h f s . . . d rn a a ; 1n a u o o, o ene 1~a . I t is a good idea Ve r y o pt1m1 s t1c. So mehow, as we g ro w ol e r F W w·In· f p ·· ·· j Ka ns.; •ern a 1tz. o e r u; in expoi e>nr e, th e Ft or y la ch ve n s l mll l tude>. I t makes a p r e tty :> t or y n ie Br own, of Hamb ur g , Io wa ; Novotny, of Bra in a rd ; t o t e ll in ho t e l lo bbi es an d on th e court house ~ teps. Sr. me good soul s 1 E me l ie may g e t a lo t of pleas u re o ut o~ imag inin£ that th ey wo u ld ha ve bFen Hal lie S herm a n, of Stella ; Ona e na tors had th ey bee n "the ,worst boy in to wn . P erh a ps they would. Si epa l, of Sht- na ndoah, Ja ; H e len The goo d boy, poo r f e ll ow. alway s has to b e~n me a r ogue, _a ne ' e rd o . L ich t y, of Fall s Ci ty ; Wi lma we ll. o r a nincompoop. Tha t i s an aw f ul price to pay f or b e JOg a goo r:l Coatney , of F alls C •t y ; Es th e r

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Peru Hig h D efeats W ahoo. (Continu ed t:rom fir st p age ) c hance t o break a wa y an d h e ~an 50-yard s t o Wa hoo 's 7 -yard li ne. \ Three p lunges fail e ci. Ba th o u t foxed the I nd ian s on the f ou r th No w, Jim he wu z k inda t he p ri de o' th e p lace : a nrl we nt over. Arlam s mis~ed H e wu z a l mo5' t oo good t o he so. goa l. T he game e nded with t he H e a llus wuz g oi n', a s m il~ on hi ~ f a ce ; bali i n m id fi e ld. H e ne ve r playd hoo key t n g u \ The l3obk ittens pl ayed a fi ne Sw imin' . Hain't many l ik e Jim wuz , ) a s€e. J[a me . An vi li e ' s t h re e long r uns We e lected Jim g u v'no r vea r a fo r e la s t; fea tu r ed the offensive p lay. Bath He ' s b la me neu t he best 'u n we ' ve had. and H ey wo od played ~ t ead y ~?:ames Ja ck' s d own a t t he pen no w, t we lve mr nth pas t; th at will spe ll d ef e art f or many He a in ' t f e r fr o m t he wo rs t t here be~ ad . team s . Maj or s and Adams made F un ny . B., t ya neve r can t ell v. hat they ' II be. several goo d gams .. Leah y and H ay es ope ned the holes fo r A nvi lle a v iolin :;olo by Ire ne Nelo n. a Rasmu sst n f or t h e I ndi ans smearON THE CAMPUS . re adi ng i:Jy Vi na R ud olph , and a ed some w~d l p]dnn ed P eru plays. Mt V e rnon H all Notes c le ve r vau devil le s ketch , lhe pa 1ts R. Cunni ng ha m and Willi am s lookS now! Wa~ n •t i t fu n t o hav e of wh i ch we re t ak en by James ed good o n th e otfensi ve. Peru 6 0 6 yo ur f ace washeci aga in in the Co nwa y a nd Irma Casey . G- 18 sn ow? ? ( Ho w about i t E ll a ?) And 1 On Wed ne sday mo rnin g t he Cnl- Wa hoo 0 0 0 0 - 0 say , boys , didn' t t h at sno w mak e ; lege ba nd p layed thr ee sna p py Per u, 18 Wahoo. 0 th e da n d i e~ t snow ba ll ~ '! i nu m ber s. afte r w hich Dea n De> lzell Parr io t t Kea rn ey I e. At last! Y Ps, we h ave i t. What ? ; made seve ra l im po rt a nt ann ou n ce- He ywoo d 1·. t. Wh; , don ' t you kno w th a t th e ne w 'j me nts. I. g . Bog le c. Lawse n J uhl st ove a r rive rl at t he dor m las t week , a nrl was u sed for t ~ e ti_rst Girls' G lee C lub H as 58 Me mber s. Hares r . g. Pau lse n •r.onun" "' 1 rrom tr •n or r .. r.:..-. • t ime on T uesda y ? Yess ir. i t seems . Lea hy r t. Ru ck t o cook t hi ngs qu ite we ll. Ha d a ' Burnham, o f L inco ln, we re war m Ne wton r . e. McD er mo t t fi ne che rr y p ie . th e ve r y fir st , h ing . , in th e ir p ra ise of thi ~ o ragni za ti o n. Major s q b . E Cu nningham Fr ied chi cke n, c ranh t>rri e~ , ~m rl i Reg ula r p rac ti ces ar e he ld tw ice Ad a ms I. h Wi li ia ms i ce c rea m . say , wasn ' t t ha t a fi np ! a week a nd th e sin ge r s a re loya l t o Anv il le r. h Hur g ren d in ner we had la s t Sund Hy '? In t he or g a n izat ion. N o d ou bt th e Bath f b . R. Cunni ng ham f act. th e f r ied chi cke n was so ,.rood gi r ls ' gl ee c lub will a ppt> a r outsid e Substitu te :s P e tersJ n, St an ley , th at several of th e do r m g i r ls Per u la t e r in the season. Jt is pa s- Ar mst r ong , Van ce. Od u m . Ben tz r e t urn ed w it h p la t es f r om th e ir s ibl e t hat III ~"Y wi ll appt> a r nn t he Officials : Put nHm, N.e b , a ksa . r ooms, and ~ay , yo u sho ul d have Pe ru ra d io prog ram w hi c h wi ll be r efe ree ; Gr af, Ne bras ka , ump ire ; see n how Mr. Li nn he a ped t he g ive n at Oma ha on T han ksg i vi ng Be ll, Pe ru , he ad li nes man. c hi cke n in for t he m. Wou ld n't it 1 day . Six Ffftv,four A. M 'fh e f o II ow ·111g are t h e me m b e rs be ui ce if f r ied ch ;cken was co.n-

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The Ped agog i~ n II. of t he g a me Cot ner Bu lldogs. Co t - Ma r y East w lOr! , of Ar mou r ; Myr l The be ll h as ru ng . of F a ir bu r y; Fra nci.s Ag a in I ' m late , ner h as wo n two g am es f r om Pe ru . E mri ck , 1 In 191::! t he Bu lldo gs t.: hawed Coach E~ke w, of S he na nd oa h, Ja. ; Ru t h Bu t the n, th a t always see ms my Thacker' s t e a m me rciless ly. Th e Ga nz, o f D un bar ; Besie Gilla n, of fa t e. score of 52 t o 0 was i n Co t ner ' s A uburn; Lois Goo dl oe, of Stella ; I l l. fa vor, n ot in Peru ' s. Let u s g ive R e becca Gr a ha m , of Broc k; Lu' Ti s far t oo ear ly , honor w her e honor is d ue. ci ll e H a rr is . of Aubur n ; Lo ui se On ly s ix fi fy. fou r t Ha rri s, of Fa lls City; Ad nee Ha m- ! And no w t h e g ir ls ar e a t th e door . C H APEL il ton, of Oma ha ; H e lyn Hu mber t, JV. In c hap el Mon day morning Pres- of Oma ha : He len J o nes, of Brown H ow li ttl e t hey k~ow , ide nt Pa t e an nou nced t hat the v il le; Opa l Ja ckson , of l{u lo · 1And per h aps care less. pet~tion to ex te nd t he va cation ! A my K ite, of Aub ur n ; Mi ld r ed I How lo ng i t ta kes f or one t o dress. penod over Mo nd ay, N ove mbe r 5, J(lepse r , of Oma ha ; Gla dys K ur tz. V. ha d be en g r an t ed on c ond ition t ha t ! of Reat ri ce ; Ma r t ha Lay ton , of , Now don't you t hink we ca rry t he re~ular Monday sched - Ode ll ; Aug u sta L ind, o f College T hat for a spell , ul e of classes o ut o n Saturday , S prin gs, Ia.; Ve ra Ma lone,. of Th ey' d wa i t til l seve n t o r i ng tha t Nove mber 10 . D oug las ; A nna Mason, of S upe r ior ; be ll '! T he College C~th o li c Assoc ia ti on Mary Mc Vay , of S t e r l ing ; Gladys A boo r -is_ o_n_e_ w_h_o_ t-a lks abo u t had charge of chape l. T he ir pro- , McK inney, of S te lla; Luc ile Meek, himself when you wan t to ta lk gra m consisted of t hree n um ber , 1of P e r u ; Ma r y Nag le, of J uli an; about yo u rse lf.

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Bulldogs Un able to Stop Bobcats (Continu ed Crom fi r st page) d peri od and Sandber g r eplace h im J. Al vin Chri st e n , on i s pr inci- P e ru a nd Cotn er p u nted durin g pa l of Su perior hi g h schoo l. He the pe ri od. B itz ie tri ed a 50 yard r eceived his mas ter' s d e gree a t th e dr op kick •• but it was bl ocked Univ erity of N e braska. Ano th e r 1Gilkeso n blocked a Cotne r punt and of his c lass is in the Republican rEcove r eil . The peli od was scor e va ll ey: Russe ll J . Hale is s upe rin· less. Sco res : tenden t at Ha rd y. P e ru 6 17 1::! 0- 36 Frank Elle nbe r g er is a rl entist Co tn er 0 0 · o 0- 0 a t Te ka ma h . Dr. Ell e nber ge r is ; Fi rs t downs : a brothe r to S. J . Ellenbe rger , the !' Pe r u 10 3 6 3 - 22 P e ru merch<Jnt. Cotne r 1- 3 0 f Joy E. Morgan i >: ed itor-in chi e L ine· up: 1 of the N E . A. J ourn a l, a nil r e· · P e ru Co t ne r 1 ce ives the la rg est sal a ry of a ny Gi lkeson I. e. R ; ... B~; ga a r d 1 editor of an educa tional j our na l Mi lam t .. ·B9ck , ca pt 1 in Ame ri ca. Carte r I. g . ·· l:h•ed · Chas. E. L1 ve ly , wh o r eceived Hi g g ins B nr~aard <\ . I hi s master' s d eg r e e at N ebraska . Conway r. g. H u tse 1 was inst ru c t or in suci o )og y a t th e Brunsdon r t.. M<nty Univ er sit y of Minnesota Prof es- Frar y r. e. N,1cho ls sor Li ve ly is now assoc1ate profe s- Delze ll q b. Shum an so r of r ura l sociology a t Oh io S tat e F. Bell I h. CooJJtr I 1 Unive rs ity, Co lumbu s. Ohio . We imer h Kraybi ll l1 Ch es te r Da rrow is an inst r uctor I Bue t tgenbach , c. f b GJ rm an . in the Univ e rs it y of Chica llo. He l Sub~ t iut es : Peru - M . Be ll, ' is a candidate for hi s dortor 's dt! , Bui s ing , Edi e, Sand ber g g r ee. Co tne r-Be ins, Sand 3tedt , S t ta r Noe l Tyson .~ tte n iled the Unive rs - nes it y of N e bra r. l< a and Colu mb ia Uni - 1 Offic ials : R ef~ ree, R Pe d, Lincoln. 1 ve r sity . · He is no w prin c ipa l of ! Umpire. F uhre r, Doan~ . H ea d Sco t ts bluff hi g h schoo l unrl er E, , lines ma n. Da y , N ebr aska .

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PERU PEDACiOCiiAN VOLUME XIX.

PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 , 1923.

NUMBER 6

PERU-YORK GAME TO BE A RUBBER The 1923

Contest Will

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Own Way With Wayne

The 1923 football game between York College and Peru Teachers College is a rubber. Each eleven bas won t hree games in the six years of collegiate competition. If one can depend upon comparati ve score8, and the writer thinks compa rative scot;es tell doubtfu I truths, Peru has every chance to be the winner. The Bobcats have not lost a game this season and are t i ed with Wesleyan, Hastings; and Chadron for the conference title. The Panthers have been able to wi n but One g ame in five starta. Per u defeated the strong Doane aagre., gation; York fe ll a victim to the same Tiger team. Peru will be glad to count another wi n at the expense of thli York Panthers, dfor the United Brethren have ha quite the habit · p • f C h of spol ng er u s un oac · · • · S peers team ran _up 4 3 pomts In 1922 ; we shall be satisfied wit h a ~maller srore. We are willing to accep t one as I arge.

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American Education Week N ovember 18-24 THE PERU PROGRAM Sunday, .Nov. 18 . . .. . Special "ervices at t he chu rches: Methodist church .... . .. . . ... Rev. Mitchell Ch ristia n c hurch . .. ...... . . .... R~v. Elliott U ni on Services at Bapt ist church, 7:30 p. m. Monday Nov 19 Co nvocat1'on · • · ····· : Colle"e · · L eg10n · -:- Aud1' tor 1um ... . .. . A merrcan Tuesday, Nov. 20 .. . .. Men.'s Cl ub addressed by ....... . Mr. Crago Gi rls ' Club addre3sed by ......... Miss Tear A. commu nity m eeti ug in one of the churches Co mnp't tee 1n . c h arge: .... . . . . Miss Glasgow . . . . . . ...... M~. Gi l keson Wednesday, Nov. 2 1 .. Physi.cal Edu <'ation Day Com m ittee in cha rge: .... .. . . .. Miss Pl ae hn . .... . ...... Mis:l To li n · · · · · · ·······Mr. Graf T h urs d ay, N ov. 2 ., c..... Add ress b y ..... ... ... .. .. P r es ident P~te

Peru began play in g Yor~ in A ser ies of three· m inute t alks will be given by 1914. The Updtate boys wer e learn- , certain st uden t s duri ng the class periods. Miss ing the game that first year , and Mione has charge of the talks. Peru took advantage of them. game ended, Peru. 87, York,O. By 1916 ,York bad learned the ga me, for they gave Peru a s~und drub - / hlilg, .2D to 0. ln 191!/...tbi:y came to Peru and repeated the dose. In , 1919 the the Panthers bad the / c hampionship of the state, taking t he title from Wesleyan by a dec isive score. Peru did not m eet THE TEACHER'S TASK. You teachers-and it is a .mPre trui sm to say this-you t eac hers make the whole world y our r'ebtor t hem that year. In 1920, however, t he Bobcats met the state cham- and of you it can be said, as it can be said of no other p r ofessio n save the pr ofession of t he ministers of p ions and eliminated t hem 28 to 0. the Gosp e l themselves, if you t each ers did not do your work well, t h i:l Republic would not oulast the span of The fighting teams turned out b,v a ge ner atio n. P resident M 0. McLaughlin, now . Moreove r. a3 an incident to your avoweri W:lrk, y JU renrler some well nigh unbelievable servi ces to the congressman, and his coaches. country. For instance, vo u render to thi s Republi c the p rim f', t t> e vita l ~er vice of a m11 lga m at ing i nt o one Hawkins and Frank. had an ec h o homogenous body the children of those w ho a re born here and of t hose who come here from so many differ a&"ain in 1921. York coached by ent lands abroad. You furnish a co m mon trai ning a n d C!lmmon ideals for the child ren of all the mixed Ernie Franl5 wo n from Peru in the peoples who are here be ing fused into one nationali't t y . It is in no Fmall degree due to you, and yo ur efhardest fought battle in the ath - forts, that we of this great Amtrican Republic f or m. o ne peop le instPad of a group uf jarring peopleF. The letic rt: lations of the two schools. lt children, whe rever they hav e been born, wherever thei r parents ha v~ been bor n who are educated in our was not yntil the final whi stl e blew schools side by s ide with one a nothe r, will inevitab ly g r o w up hav ing that sense of mu tua l sympa thy and t hat the game was decided. York mu tual r espect a nd u nd~rstanding which i s absolute.Jy indispens ible for working- out the prob lems th at we as ci tizens have befure us.- Theodore Roose velt. won 16 to 13.

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Last year the Bobcats knotted t he count with three all: whe n t h e fo llowers of Captain Willy met the Panthers on Peru Field. The Bobcats outscratched and outfought the Panthers from the first whistle t o the last. The score of 43 to 0 • tells the glorious tale. This year Ca ptain Bitzie leads a team to York full y as strong as the 1922 machine. If York were a l iJn we would sa y that tte was going to beard 'the li on in his den. But since York is the panther, we do not know what to say. We shall say i t with flowers; York gets t hPftowers. The following is the Peru-York recor d since the two teams began f ootba ll relations in 1914: Year Peru Yo rk Peru coach. 19 14 87 0 Johnson 19 15 No game J9 16 0 20 J ohnson 19 17 0 20 Johnson 1918 No game, S. A. T. C. 1919 No game Speer 0 1920 .!8 Speer 16 192 1 13 Speer 0 1922 42 Graf ? 1923 ? 56 To tals 171

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The first three Dramatic C lub ger. The Kiwanis Club of Auburn, plays of th e year, "R 'ls~l i e," by "Hyacinth," a one-act drama on· , which put o n such a succesr::ful ra · Mark Murray, "Hyac in 1bs " by tainin g bot h :co medy a nd trag edy, dio pr ogr am at Omaha r Pce ntly, enTacie May Hanna , and "TilP Ma.ker was competently d irected by Crys- ter ta ine d at chapel Wedn esday, No of Dream 5 . " by Oliphant Down , tal Meyer. A lvina Selk sple-ndidly vemb e r 7 A quintet consisting of were presented o n Friday evening , j (Continued on last page) ; Mr. E1.1st ice, Mr. Grant, Mr . Yost ,

Peru stands. one step nearer the · coveted title th is week. The Wildcats succumbed to Captai n Bitzie's Bobcats 40 to 9. The lighter team p ut up a hard battle, fought every in~h of ground, and really threw a scare into Peru the first quart e r . When once the t eam started, howclver, the outcome was never in doubt. Outweighed, outplayed, and outgeneraled, the Wi ldcats d ied fighting. Coach Dale lost his chances when Renneck was inj ured. Renneck did the forward passing; his Joss was felt . Schroede r's punting was good. Nel lis dropped a pretty k i ck f rom the 23-yard line. Wayne fu rnished a sensa tion when early i n the second half, after a blocked dropk ick Larsen grabbed the ball and ran 85 yards f or a touchd own. McCoy ran splen did interfe rence, c lipping Bitzie at just the r ight mom e nt. Gi lkeson b locked the · f f pomt or goa 1. Tne entire Peru team .showed to advantage. Carter and Brunsdon were stonewa lls. Br unsdon played his best game of the ~easo n. His defense was !'Uper b. M If am pl a yed l:'rosh off his feet; Pros h is r ated h igh in th e Conference. And the Peru e nds outdid themse lves. Fra ry .and Gil keson did eve rythin g ends are supposed t o do, and d id those things we ll They are b ound to make · trouble for the Lu th erans. The first forward pass GJi k recei v ed was a thriller. And Fra r y ' s fi r s t was only a bit less spectacular. I n the backfield Captain Bitzie deserves a ll the credit t he pr~ss gave him . He had he lp and much of it De lzell r an the mac hine well. F Bell's off tack!e runs arx:l Eciie's end r uns brought the. stand s to their feet. And Bui s ing ' s plunging was powerful. Wa yne surprised the Bobcat3 and fought them to a sta nd still the first period P e r u early carri ed the ball within st r iking di stance, and Bitzie miE5-· ed a 25 -yar d ciropkick by inches when th e bal l struck t he upright . Then Wayne opened a n attack that brought the stand!! to attention. Three first d ow ns on passes, line playa, and end runs , plus several Peru penalties, placed the ball wi t hin kicking distance. Nellis tried a dropkick and fai led Peru had the ball on her one-yard line. Bitz ie k icked out of danger. More penalties and a pass gave Nell1s anothe r atte mpt. He made it

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Novemher !:l , in the Drarr.atic Hal l. THE PEDAGOGIAN j Mr. Bixby, and Mr. Storm , sa ng Each one wa:l a decided success, n ot CONGRATULATES I five nur~bers. Mr . . Hohemee aeonly from t he s tandpo int. of art an d . . I compamed . The quJOtet began by • o The Peclagog1an congratul ates , ·n ·n g "Huskin" Bee" and "Sail- good. T he r emainder of tl ~e peri od drama but a lso from the standpo 10t . . Sl g 1 ,... Score: Wayn e, 3; . T h Pres1dent W. R. Pate for havmg i ng" The audience liked the s ing- was even. of good e ntertainment hru t e twn cha n ces to win thP. football . . . . Per u , excel lent acti ng ability of th e casts . . JOg so we ll t ha t t hey g a ve five cur: c hamp10nsh1 o of Nebr as ka Peru tain calls In response t he quintet In t he second q uarte r the Bobcats all of the characterr:: were well por· . k d · d h d f 1 trayed . hag a splendHI outloo . an may co_p sang .. Red Rose,"· .. Aura Lee, , settled d own a~ s o we power u 1 "R d ' the state tit le. President Pate IS and , 'On the Sea " j attack. Th e line ope ned up great . , • • T he fi rst p I 'lY, osa 11e, a e - , . . · h 1 !ightfully c lever comedy in one . pulling for Peru. ~ut_he has still i President Pate exp ressed hi s ap- gaps for Bell and Btlzle to sm as . d' t d b ' a n other chan ce of w1nmng. Chad - preciation of the pro"ram T hen thru . These smaPhes brought the act, was e tfi c1ent 1y 11 ec e y . "' · • , r o n, beca use J f her R to-O VICtory the studen ts exp ressed t heir appr e- ball to the two-yard line. Wayn e Mar k D e Ize II . P ea r I N ew h ouse t oo k 1 . b k • • • • 1 the part of "RoasliP.," a maid who l over the strong Grand Island oufit, !ciation in typical student fash i on. held t hr ee t1 mes, but B1t z1e roe Coa tney led a yel l for thru on the f ou rth try f or a tuuch . We d 1'd n 't 1• i s a bidder for the first honors. L . l Yell leader wae by no means d oc1 1e . • • j L Pate center for the Chadro n t he K1wamans, an d t hen led t he down. He kicked goal. Pe ru held k now t h at P ear I cou ld b e so ~>t u b · · · ' · . · 11 11 b Th f "M d ! e leven and battling w1th Mi lam for 1 co e~e ye · . . Wayne f or d owns and got posseE· . 1 8 1 urn.. e r~ eo a arne o. I II· honors is one of the : _It IS hop~d that the Klwamans ion of the ball. With the ball on an ar1stocrat1c French woman, was . a state ' 1will fi nd t1me to come to Peru s , . . . . ~H U' 11 skilfully interpreted by Karnie j stron gest players on_ the Chad r on : again. We appreciate the fact t ha t Wayne s 25 -yard llne Bltzl e. ~a.,:!l ~)o\v Sundel l. As for Kenton Poynter, , team. L. L. Pate IS the son of ; a business m~n IR husyi but.we like ·l t o Frar y who made a ehea /~'· ;rtll• he was the last word as th e excita · President Pate. · your e ntertamment, K1wamans. {Continued on las .., ftJ'e ). Vfl

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Am eri can Education Wee k is !'ponsored hy th e American Legion, had promised th e Wa y ne f oo t ball th e Nationa l Educa tion Assoc:;ati on, and th e Bureau of Education. , team a "good lOOk ing bunch." We ArnE'ricans hav e so many opportunities a nd privi leges that we are (You see, h_e hac! o~Hh ~ard th is pron e t o lose s ig ht of our r esponsib i l ities. The Educa ti o n Week offers from som e g 1rls wa lkwg 1n fr ont a go lde n opportunity to teache rs a nd ~ chon ! me n to di sc uss wit h citiuns suc h ques tions as finance, taxa tion. g overn men t, the budge t, play g round s and social ctn ters, and nume rous o th l"r t opics Students.-you who a r e to be th e leade r s of tomorr ow, yo u who a re to b ecome teachers or p r ofessiona l men and women. upon you will d ep end the proper soluti un of t he problems of Americaniza ti o n, eco nomic lo3s d ue t o i II i ter acy , the nued of more and hr t 1e r t ra i n HI ta echer s, a nd a host. of ot her questions w hi ch th e com munity w i ll expect t hat yo u as a teac he r must mee t, and meet we ll. The teaching profession offe rs big fields of oppo rtuni ty to th e man a nd··woma n wh o ca n or gan ize and can prove t o th e wo rld t he i mpor tance of ed ucati on. Let us a ll avail o urse lve~ of th e excepti ona l chance of seeing a nd he·a r ing a g r eat deal on th e ca mJJw; and in our v illage durin g th e E:ducatio nal Wee k. Watch th e posters fo r a nnounc~ment~! CLARA M . MINNE.

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m:tchean o f several y~a rs. f u rnihed a stor y which mad e a " foo l" (in L . J Gi lkes· Jn , superinte nd e nt A short ptay fo iiowed thi s. -The th e eyes of a simple a person as a of th e Peru Hi gh Schoo l, was first s~ene was in a Pe ru home be- ho bo) of any one who fea r ed Mid- e lec ted · v ice p resid ent of the sec · fo re the Peru -Way ne ga me. Poor land in th e coming footbal l game. and district. S u pe rinte nd ent Gil· "Cha rl es," how very ha rd he tro er.l Harla nd Tay lor favo r e rl us wi th to get a d ate at the d or m Of keson is d t>se rv edly popu la r among . • . · a co rne t solo. accompan -ed by Ar- the teache rs. He showed tha t he co ur,e - - had a prev 1ous engage- lene Ritchie . M ·1 p ~s a te gave a . co ul d d o a bi · h II h h ment. a nd no one etse wout d go r ead ing whi ch remind t>d us of our g JO we w f:' O .e . . d managed th e rece nt sch oolm a ~te r s with hi m. Do:efu ::y he went to th e . . • . ,. , j ea t 1Y lmag m at lve ays (un less we recepti on for President Pate. game With the c rowd. In He are all l itt le Geo rge Washing to ns H. V. J ind ra , director of band seco nd sce ne we sa w t he m at th e 1 and cannot tell ali e) The prog ram ·game W 1'1d'y they ch ee d d and orchest ra , was appointed one • · re • an w _ as _co nclud ed by every one pa r takof co urse Pe r u won. of a commi t tee of t hree to formuIn g 1n suc h old fa miliar son gs as A song by a boys' quartet fo l , W late p lans fo r th e state h!gh school ·· ' ay clow n upon th e S uw anee R iv· . lowed. H op e to hear f r om yo u , Af h . mus1ca l con te!:l t to be held in th e er. ter a s ort busm ess mee t- ~ . . . again, bo ys. . h b . spr mg. Th1s committee of thrre Last, b ut not least, were th mg . t e _m e m e rs adJOurned very has a really importan t job on its · e pleased wllh the even i ng's meeting, h d Th h b ''speeches', by bo~h coaches, a nd Let's keep up the record , . fe llow- ,' HanOs F e ot erf mL:m lers arde Captain Bitzie. Ev id ently t he ca p. . t r guso n, o 1nco n an mem bers! Eve ry body out to (.very M' C f y k ' ta i n of the Way ne team had a pre- mee ting ! I I SS onwa,;, o or . monition that he wo uld have to face l he crowd, a nd - well he wasGirls' Reserves. Peru High to Meet Plattsmouth a nd n • t t he t e. The Girls ' Rese r ves began their Stella at Peru. activities for the year , Tuesd ay, Coach Yerke~'s Bobt<itte ns mee t Af ter a few minutes of sing ing a nd yelling t he r a lly e nd ed. October 30. The hi g h school as- P l att~ m o uth and Stella nex t . Bot h se mbly r oom was tastefull y d ecor - , of the invad ing elevens are led by ated fo r th e occasion wi th autumn me m be r s of th e 1922 Bobcat run ORGANIZATIONS . colors. T he fol lo wing prog ra m nersup. Plattsmouth is (!oached Y. A. was g ive n: by Ro the rt, of basket ball fa me. " Things Worth While., Isn't it 1 Gir ls ' Reser ve Songs, Jed by ! Ro the r ~ was the best baske tball just li ke theY. W. g irls to study ~:ora Setzer, J.t:rancis Ke ll y, pian -, fo r ward in t he state last seaso n. and do thi~gs worth whil:J? Tha t IS · . , . . As a f oo tball player he was far was the subj ec t of the mee tinll.' General fo~ t c , . T he G ~rls' Re- from a second-r ater . His boys "Oak Brand' Leather Vests Wed nesday e vening , a nn t hose whn ser ve, Wha t It I S a nd what it from th e mouth of th e P latte a re Heavy, d ura ble Duc k L ath ')I~eves. Stro n g,serv lceableivlo ' "' leer attended w ill agree that t he topics s tands for. du e to make a good s how ing. discussed were sure ly worth w hile. Membersh ip Hazel Sarvis ! The Stella eleven is beginning >ktn, Leat h er Sleeves. C lassy, h and But we not only ~ tud y ab t Registration P a uline R ussel l' foot ba ll. It i3 coached by Hansen, ·nm e. Cord uroy. Le<, th er .Sl eeve L·ath er-lined v~Sts, s. . · thmgs; . S loga n Mona Mon t1th · a I'mesman o f Coach S peers ' . Han· worth wh1le we a lso ou do ~h f'e p- l i ned VeSt r 1 them. We have arrranged to ha ve Pur_posee F lori ne E lliott l sen has a lia-ht, inexpe r e nced team .• ood styl~~s-good serv ce d 1 l00 1 a visi t from Miss Bla nche Stevens Scrip ture Reading, t hat plays hard football. The values .

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PERU

WITH OUR CL.;ssEs.

Sophomores. . The so phomores we r e indeed glad to have a f ew days vacati on; they

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T he customary class meeting was he ld T hursday morn i ng in t h3 big gymnasium. The prog-ram was in acc~rd with th e spi rit of t he times

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-footbal l; it was the g irls that Ro hig-h ly characteri zP.d its enthus iSay It with Flowers: asm You sho uld have seen Bitzie Fres h cut flowers for any occasion such as weddings birthimpersonated by Ollie Klumb , days and parties. We g row our own flowe rs. 13runsdon by Irene Nelson . De lze ll Greenh ouse a nd sto r e, corner G : E . Berthold, Florist by Nell Pi erce, "Li ttl fl " Be ll by 6th st. & First Co rso Nebra~k a City, Ntbr. Gladys Kur tz, Buis ing by Verda am-.... ..:IE = • Hauptman, Weimer by Lucil e Ma- ' honey, Conway by Ed n'1 Ro ige r, Se6 1 Mi lam oy Laura Lavanda, and last Your pe1tronage alwa}' S appreciated but far from least. F rary by Ella . After th ese characters had been presented, the· audience was dej lig hl_full y (?) en terta ined by the sele('ti on "Per u Will Shine To· FOR 6000 EATS ni g hr ," r e nde r ed by a spechl banrl. This band is a new orgar.iPhone 25 zat ion on the camp u ~ . It is a four I

Trading at Wessel's Means selecting from large stocks of dependable merchandise at less than l~rge city. prices. ) "

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Betty Wales Dresses and Co ats Schoo.lmaid .Dresses, Phoenix Hosiery, Munsingwear.

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and Otto Oakes playing fi rst and , second combs, with Emelie No ! vot ny on the uk elel e, and wit h Rebecca Gr aha m on t he drum. Mr . Holch, adv isor of th e class, gave a

Nebraska City, Nebr.

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= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = : : - = = == = = = = ;shor t ta lk. Juniors Alt h(1 it was sever a l days p a~ t we must not for get to ment ion ou r successful little party over in t he ho me e c~ onomics . departm ent. It was a good · hallowe'en occasicn i in ever y s~nse of the _wo rd. We 1 had pumpkin pie and to ld gh ost stories. 1 Th e Juniors wil l en te rfain th e

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Su ede, Mut Kid and Satin .

Freshmen . The f r eshsmen he ld th E:ir reg ul ar Iclass meeti ng last Thu.d13a y. Tt:e ~e II was a fair a t tend a nee. A c mst 1t uti on pr ev iously wr itten wa; ad ap t1 ed and the n as the person who were to he on the prog ram did not a ll I : sho w up · an exte mpor aneo us pr o g ram was g ive n in whi ch we we r e tortu ed by sev rer a l se lections fro m

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: Grad uat e School of Educa tio n at New Ha ve n. Dr. Spauldi ng speaks highly of Mr. Br ownell. Ea rl Ha rlo w, who to ok hi s degree fr om Peru last summer, is doing g r aduate work at Carnegie Ins titute of Technology. His wor k at the P it tsb urgh institut ion is mee t ing t he approva l of the f ac · ultv. Mr . Ha rl ow writes: "I beli eve th e re a r e re lative ly few schoo ls in th e country which require a hig her standard 9f schola rEhi p than thi s one . "

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Pancy stationery 25c and 50c

Girls' Club Tea.

The!Se are all big values at moderate prices

The me mbers of th-e facu lty, scie nce, hi sto r y and foreig n · lang ua ge departm ents are cordially inv'ited to attend a Thanksgivi ng _t ea in the f ac ul ty r oom, Thursday afternoon, Nove mber 15.

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PHARMACY

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Why not o'pen a Sav ings A ccount Today? WE PAY 5 percen t lNTERESl' ON SAVINGS

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THE BE-;T SHOE S HOP- Elm er Ringer, Proprietor.

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g-in s at nine o'clock . lt wi ll ... Bobccfts Outplay the Wildcats. · sis t of mu sic, talk!<, and r ea.mgs (Continued Crom fi rs t page ) Bnth Goes Over in Last Six Minutes by P eru students a nd alumni. The c a t ch . He s tepped o ut on th e o ne of Piny

program will be r e lea sed in a few f oot line .

~fhe Bobki t t ens add ed o ne more · t t th · t · h h vtc vry o e n s nng , w e n t ey d e feated Tarkio high at Tarkio, by a score of 7 to 0. It. was Tarkio's firs t defeat, and the Mi sso urians d id not r e li s h it. In fact, if they died a t all. th ey di e d hard a nd vo l-

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The Peru Rese rves want two games dur_ing Nove mbe r. The Rese rv es will pla y a ny hi g h sc hool th a t cares to sche dul e w•th the m. Th h 1 d St 11 H. h e a tg ball e n the d ead run. H e r aced 30 ey a ve P ay P School Any one wi c; hing t o write d f hd l t was · yar s or a t ouc own . c onc<> rnin a the ma tt t-r write to h , ·f th "t s I n · • t e mos t oeau t 1 u 1 p ass geen h L G f · oa c on ra · sea son Bitzi e's k1ck was s h ort ;T h If d . h h h II · · · ne a e nd e wtt t e Wa Jrt Father and Son Banquet Wednesday . . e l' 1m td fi el d Score : P e ru , I 9 ; a y n . Night.

Nebraska City

ubl y . Coach Ro thert's boys from · . the mouth of the Platte wtl l app ear . . on P eru Fteld Fr:day. · Peru s tarted off w e ll aga m s t the . d the · Mt· sso unans. Bath r ec -:! tve . k ff d d k 1c o an r a ce 4 yar d s. Th e 1 t ea m carried the ball right do wn ! 3. The Col lege Y. M C . A is ; P eru marched s tra ig h t do wn th e to the fiv e-yard line . Th en they s pon soring the F a • he r an_d So n ban- · field th~ second half, with th e t ack- ~ ~ los t it o n a fu!Tlbl e. · The game uet which will be hied tn th~ d ·J- 1 le • ' We imer a nd Brunsd on, aiclerl q fr o m that tim e until th e fo urth • quarter was .1\ see-saw affair. In mes ti c scie nec rJoms, Wedn esday , by Be ll a n rl Ca rter, ope n ing gre~t the punting du e l honors w ere e venin g , t h:! d v mes ti c sci ence g irl s ! "'·" ap ing ho les. With th e ba ll fo ur

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B asket B a.ll Shoe D es ig-n Fd h y an Px per t T o win a baske t b al l g am e de pe nds on th e s h oes t hE' p Ia re r wears Quick Get a. wa.) s, S hort Turns, Sho• t Stops a nd ~ r ting

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Mi lam f or a c ount e r . Bi tzi e's kick :ni ssed Wayn e r eeled off two first downs a nd p rofit ed hy penalties to kee p the ball in P e ru territo ry. La te in th e half Bi tz i e ma de a beautifu l _)ard pasg to· Gtlke 30 so n. w ho leaped a r d caug ht t he

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We ilave s u c h a s h oe in th E' ' GRJPS U R E' ' Ba, ke t Ba ll Shoe, Th e sh oe tn a t is use d in a ll t he KIND t hat WI NS THE GAME

; f o urt h dow n. His ki i.! k wa• bl oc~ ' ed a nd ft>l l into L a r se n' s han ds

th e J a r ~est un i ve r s i li es a n d c o lleg i e s . • wa.v of breakin g thru and messing Se ve ral boys have e xprest:ed th e With McCoy fur inte rfer e nce he · hope of having th e ir fathers at had a c lea r fie ld .· Bi tz ie strove up T a r-kio's pla~· s be hind the l in.:J 1 of scrimmag-e. His p la} in g and P eru ·f or th e occas ion. 1 va lia r.tly to catch th e fl eeing fullS peeches will be m ad e by one of I back . but M"cCo y c ut th e ca ptain t ha t of hi s line mates hPid Tarki o j t he m o:~ t po pu la r h oy sco ut lead ers d 1wn j ust in tim e t o sa ve L a rs!:'n . ou t of the dange r zo ne. . . F d f ;,The Home of Good S hoes " tn Ltnco ln and by Dea n or yce o The kick fo r goa l was bl ocked In t he fi na l p eri od th e Bobki t. . T · I • . 1 Um ve rs 1ty of Neb ras ka. here •s . Wa vn e ktck ed tu Pe ru . On 1he and " Arrowh ead" H osi er y . . t e ns broke loose ltke tnetr o ld er . • . . no bt> tter s peak e r o n boys 111 the firs t p lay Delzt'll cal le d Ed ie r oun rl b r others dtd agatns t Way ne . They D I NEBRASK A C ITY, N EB R . . . !_!rea t State of Nebra ~ ka tl •an ean end . and th e Pawnee s peed s te r earn e d the ba Th e campu s f o lk an d l s prin ter! by th e entire fi e ld f or 80 •....- - - - · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. . ll s trat.g h t cl o vo.n . th e Fordyce . fi eld Ta r.kto h e ld li k e th e Ch!nese . · th e t o wn speo ple wdl hav e a treat. ! ya rd ;;- a nd a touchdow n. B •tz ie wa ll; and Pe ru harl f ou r yarrl s to 1 f 1passe d t o F ra ry f o r the point F or Maj ors Dramatic Club Presents Three Plays th e r~mai nder o f t he per iod, m a ke or a . t o uchd o wn s hoved ;th.e ball ,, t o Ba th a nd he ' <Co n t in ued rro 111 l"lrs t Pu.:-e.t i B · · h d. t h e f a nF so me o f plung ecl o ver w ith ya r ds extra . u ts •ng s o we Bath made th e dr opkick f or th e p layed the part of "M rs B ro wn , " th e f anc i e:>t line plung ing of th e seventh p oint. With gix minut es the s wee t e co no mi cal o ld lady . : day . H e g •Jes over that line li ke le ft to p la y, Coa ch Ye kr es' s lad s "J a ne," the "Dear o ld s ting y, " j Mlll er of N otre Dame. Late in set th e mse lves t o ho ld Tarkio wa.j po rlrayt> d with s pirit hy Edna th e p eri r d Bitz ie passed to G ilke· l AI<;E RS call us cran ks- but - ~e usuall y ge t what An rl th ey did wh'lt t h ey S:! t o ul t o Fi :she r . Rea l ly w e wo uld never so n agai n a nd the lithe e nd pul led we are aft er - and wh~t we 're after are the good ha ve s us pected th ese tw o of Fouch : i t dow n f or a 28 yard ga in a nd a d o. T he ga me e nde d 7 to o . you demand in Cl othes- -- good sty l e, good fabric and But the Bobkit te ns ha d a mi l! hty ti g ht· fi ~ t ei t enden ci es had we not t o uchdown. B it z ie ki cked goal. 1 bat tl e , and th ey s ho w t he mark s seen it o urse lves Th e pa rt of the 1 The qua r t er ended Per u, 3~ ; g.Jod w orkman sh ip. Combined w ith mod erate cost here of victor y. De lzel l ha d to give charmingl y irre press ible "Lucille" Way ne , 9. are values that can't be i ~ n or ed in way because of hi s f orme r injury. Wcl:l'we ll presented hy Mary McCoac h G raf gave all his me n a SOCI ETY BRA N D a nd 1 Anvill e was th e vi c tim of a n aggra - Vay , much g rown up The s tage t r i a l t he final quarter . B i t~ i e, HART S C H AFFNER & MARX CL OT HES vated c ase of kn eeing. H ey wo od manage r vo. a s Cl are.~ce H a wxby. Bu isi ng, and Ed,i e s mashed _and M ANHATTAN SH I RT S w en t loco, but th e coach is a u t hor The la st play, The Ma k er of ran enrls t o Wayne s f o ur-yard ltne. STETSO N HA TS i ty fo r th e s t ateme n t th at he w ill D rea ms , ~' was a o ne-ac t f an tacy Edi e bro ke thru Bru nsd on for a HElD C A P S be r ead y for Pla tts mouth . Powec- un der th e s k i ll e d ci ire cti on of Ma - touch do wn Way ne was offs ide WALK O V ER SHO ES f ul Bo b did not e scape p un is hm en t; ri e Gr ay bil. T .:e c ha r ac te r of t he an d P e ru wa s a ware d the po i n t. A Wnnderfu I Sel ect i nn h owever, he will beg in t h e F rid ay " Make r of Dream ers " was ~ h o wn T ha t t! nd ed the scorin g , al t ho it g am e. P la t t s mo u t h' s n ex t Too by Fulle r Wood y ' s go od a cting . loo ked a s tho Sandberg a nd Bourke bad , is n't it ? Petite ''Pi e rre tte " was none other wer e go ing to put it o ver a gain. For m t> rh G olrlbe rgs Score tha~ Ma rj o ri e A rn old . Wa •n't it ' But a n unfor t una t e fumbl e spo l ~d N e bras k a C ity, N e br. I • I Peru 0 0 0 7-7 j us t like her . ze·nas T e ich ma de a n t he attac k. Wayne wa s ~tdl fig ht- ----------~------------------..: Tark io 0 0 0 0-0 a d m ira ble "Pie rrot, " f ull of non - ing a t the e nd as h e r seven firs t - -- -- sense and philoso phy . Me rr i tt 1 down s in t he fi na l qu':l rter i nd icates. Thanksgiving Radi~ Progr am. Wh itte n was s tage ma nager. j The ga~e e nd ed P e ru, 40 ; Way n t , The Peru St a te Teache r s Colle ge T oo mu ch prai se canno t be gi ven 9. Brmg on yo ur Luthe ra ns. 1 will furn is h th e W. 0 . A. W. radio the direc tors whose effo rts and ' P e ru 0 19 14 7- 40 proll r~ m a t Oma ha, Tha nk sg iv ing ab ility a re ma de a p pa rent in th ese I Wayn e 0 6 0- 9 e vening-. 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PEI:W, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1928.

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Warriors Of t he foul' games pla y - / ed, the Bobcats have woo thrl'e. Tne only defeat t hey have suffered I they suffered last year, when Midland ran up 30 points against them. True. the Mid laod er s took· the state title, but that does not make t he defeat any sweeter. Peru has

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Peru ran up t he largest score · of the conference season by winning f rom York at York 86 t o 0. When one reme m ber s t hat the Bobcats played te n -minute quarters the last half, the scor e is e ve n more sta~gering. To th ose wh o have said t ha t Peru had no scoring machine, the las t three games is a con trad icti.on. Pe ru has scor ed 162 points in t he la~t three games. One need not say much a bou t the Yor k game . . The scor e speaks for itself. The heavi er Bobcats

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H 0 M ECQMING GAME

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The l o~ers are to be comp li m en ted upon the fight t h ey made against such odds. And it was the best officiated game that

coming gam E'. T he re w ill be ten L utherans th e Bobcats have p layed this season. scrappi ng, tearing Bobcats fo llowN o one can be singled ou t as a · , star. Gains were as numer ous as . · ing that r edtop and gal lopi ng h ead - ~ T d h p .d . he undefeated Bo bcats w1l l t r.y H owever, aga m st st r ong learns Wesleya n while Coach Graf's team paper ma r ks. T ou chdowns ca me 1 geOarf own tMe.dlerud gr~l lrbon.fi h l to keep the ir r ecord clea n a n d r e- comparative score~ ha ve a value. has dev:l oped slowly and is at t o mak e Hurry-U p Yost's point-acourse 1 an w1 1 e g t. . ; .th h b k t th II T h I ma Jn a t th e t op 10 the Co n ference ~· Wayne and Kearney have stro ng about top· form We are inclined m i nute tea m think themse lves . 0 el rt tahc G de wlal · d e 1standing by turni ng back the Mid- elevens . Per u journe ed to J{ear- j to agree w ith G;eg g McBride whn also-rans . Frary · and Gi lkeson Jog hwl L ut eran s e e ran s an e- 1 d L · 1' . h F I an u ther a n s nex t F n day aft~r- ney and was held to a scoreless tie ; ~aiel: "The Bobcats have improverl r eceived passes. Weimer plu ng 9 0 braselmdmahtet emd to .atdre- noo n . Mauyof the Bobcat grid- 1Midlandwentto Kea rn ey a f ort- j stead i lya,;thesea5.o nhasprogress- ed thru th e line f o r 35 yard s moot, an t ey a re etermwe to 1 1 . sters w orked u n de r Coach Speer of 1 m ght ago and won J 0 to 0, on a • ed and Peru's chancE's of an und e- and stopped because he came . d keep the1r r eco r clean f or th e re- h M. · . I . d f h ,, R. k t e 1dland e leven, and t hey are/ dropk1ck and a n intercepted for- ~ feat Pd s eason seem fairly bright. " to the e nd o f the field . Bitzie, ma10 er o t e season. 1ex 1c - . 1 · k · . . · ... h b f h , ymg awa e m ghts schem1 ng how ward pass. M1dland has the edge The sports wnters gave th e Luth- Bell, Ed ie, Buising and Ma t thews ar d wou ld ca II 1t t e att 1eo t e . to u nd o th e1· r f or m er men t or. M 1'd · 10 . . Wayne we n t · e rans . _, ge unt1l . Peru convinc- h a d t h e1r · f uo. Bou r k e scored two t h.IS companson. t h e e ;J 11 d · d 1 century." · · As we started to say. w hen we 1 ~fin 1S b ue f orFone of the m os t ter to M1dl a nd . and the Lu th(.rans ~on . ed the skept!cs at the Wayne .g ame. t ouchdowns Conway p layed alm ost . . . n c 0 g ttt the r e montp rs ha ve ha d by 12 to Q ; Rnd Coac h Dale's WJid - Now the pr ess favors M1d la nd th t e ntire game to show th e folks mterrupted ourselves, this Will be t h is seC1son. cats made une more fi rs t dow n t han ' slightly. We wi sh the Lutherans in his hnm e town. Ca rter stayed the fifth g~ me between ~eru and ! The two teams are abou t evenly the Luth~rans. Wa y ne cam·e to were favored mo r e. The Bobcats t he sh ow out t o e nte r tai n his M1dland. Peru started to play th e matched 1.f c. 1moara t 1v ' e sco r es can p e ru, a n d t h e' Bo b cats won 40 t o 9 . can upset t h e d op e b uc k e t as JOY . - f a th er. Oth erw1se · t h ere was muc h Fremont college in f oo tball after be t r us1t:d course, one can not Peru ou tplayed, outgu essed , and fully as d id the Co rn huskers. changing of positions. the Lutherans t ook over the old . . r e ly up'l,1 comparat 1ve scnre3 mad e overpowered the W1ldcats. Peru The crowd is ce1tain o f a foot ball The rep orts a r e confl icting conFremont Normal. . An d M i dland , agams · t th e Wl'a k e r t t>ams. p eru I h as t h e e d ge m . · t h l:! . compan. son. b att 1e . s t1.11 st ·m g m · g f r om t he d e- cern1· ng th e rna k ers o f touc hd owns. -' · · t ere d to th e m ·m 19''' has always had a good football II wo n f rom cotnl'r, 36 to 0; and Th e fact 1s that the two teams f eat a01mtms <:.<.1 , T he Fports write r is no t au th (J rity tea m. For th r ee year:~ th ~ Bob- Wes leyan wo n 27 to 0 And yet Per u are about e ve nly match ed It seems and determined t o sho w Coach for the f ol lowing, but it is the best ats won Last year th"Y d1d not· Sp:>er t hat he lef t the "fightenest c · 1· does no t claim any superior i ty to 1 thllt Coach S pPer 's team is li t tle team in the s tate," Bitzie and his t hat ca11 be ma dP. of th e slaugh ter : Coach Wynne took the state Gtit e , Wes leyan because o f the d ifference. 1 be t ter than i t was when it mel tea m are out t o beat t\1 id land Bui :~mg, 2 ; Weimer , 2; Bitzie, 1; with his Luthe rans. Coach r.a f ; ~========================~=================~ Bourke, 2; Gilke!'on ' l; Edi e, 2 ; advis es that you fill i n the b la nk af - BOBKITTENS GET R EVENGE s ur pr ise. Maj ors cal!ed a forward FATHERS AND SONS Bell, 1 ; F ra ry, 3. Bitzie must n ot ter F rida y 's game. The follow i ng i O N PLA TTSMOUTH pass when least expected . and Ad HAVE BANQUET have t a k en time t o kick goa ls, if is the history of the Pe r u-M ldla n d / ams r ecP.ived it for ~2 yar ds and a th e foreg oing is cor rect Appr oximately one hu ndred and The Bobk i ttens got reve nge fo r t hd B th k . k d g ames to d ate . Much cou ld be eaid about t he 1 · ouc own. a 1c e toa(. , . h twent y dad s and la·h a ttend ed t he game; little nel.'d be said. Loo k Year Peru Midland Peru Coach • the def eat o f last year • w hen theeJ Th e st:co n d touc hd o"' n ca me m t e 1919 0 6 Speer I won from Plattsmouth 26 to 0 middle of th e. seco nd q uart Pr . Af·l Fathe r and Son banqul't in the at the scor e and pity Mid la nd. 1920 15 0 Speer ! I h' h h 1 b · td· W d d Ynr k 192 1 14 0 Speer F r iday. Coach Yerkes' s lad:3 sco red I te r ho.(ding Pe ru for th ree downs, Jg sc 0 0 Ul wg I' nes ay Peru 14 I. e. Fowell 1922 0 30 Speer i n each quar t e r , and k e pt t he ir th e Platte lads let ! Bath outfox · evening, NovPmbe r · The meet - Gi lkeson ? ? Graf h H d h ing was spo nsored by th e Y . M . C. WE.'imer I. t. Blanc 1923 own <TOa l l ine o u t of .d a n ger at t e m .. e passE.' acr o!'s t e goa 1 . Totals 35 30 "' A.. the Boys' C lub of t he hi g h Carter I g. G. Hale . Th b t · Coach line to Adams f or a counter . He a II t 1mes. e es gam · school, and the chu rches. T his was Ml' la m H' Girls' Club missed goal. c. 1ce R ot h ert'R b oy s madE' weF t l.l' la H .n a pa r t o f a nat ion-wi de p rog ram M. Bell r. g Fus by The Thanksgiving tea, Th ursday ! Plattsmouth put up a battle 1 Th ey sta r t e d up that i s be ing ca r ried out at . this WIII J'ams r t. Cal'd well, capt. afternoon was well atten d e d . Th e ' P Iay Of t h '"u game · a f orward pass I t he secon d h al f . decorations were very approp_r iate for 25 yards. · 1 (Continue? on seco nd page ) t im e. Muc h favorable commen t. F r a r y r e. Bar telmus for t he occasion, and were clec1ded - . It was the passing game that r u - ~ - · - -- - ..vas expressed by the me n who at- Delzel l q.b. Ashmor e ~Y unique. The autumnal co lor- ined Platts mou t h . T he vil' i to rs P ERU HI-STELLA HI tended t he banquet. The general F. Bel l .l.h. D . Hale mg~ of yellow and ~rown, an.d dthde seemed unable t o break up Ba t h's! C URTAI N RAiSER spirit of every man and bo} seemed Edie r.h. La ws . b. ru1ts of .autumn t1me remm e ' . b .h 1 •• t t th 1 1 us that Thanksgiving is near at passes. The P latte lme he ld we i ; Coach Yerke's Bobkittens wi ll to .e a .~ o esome ge oge er Bitz ie, cap t. Osborne h~nd . The col<?r seheme was car· j Hadraba p layed a stell ar ga ~e. pia; th e Stella H igh School t eam feehng. Substitutes f or Peru: Conway, r1 ed out in the refreshments, .con- 1How ever, the r eal star of t he 10,S· • • The w hole program was. full of Bui s in g, Brunsdon, Matthews, sisting of tea, wafers and min ts, I ers was Captain Krejci. He ran· the curtaJO raiser game Home- mterest from start to fimsh. By Bcurke, Sand be r g . Officials: Rid , were dainti_ly se~ved bv the hostes- 1 hia team we ll , and wit h Go r de r co mi ng day. It has been a nnounc- 7: 30 e ve r y one had a sse mbled in a dell, Ne braska, r efe r ee. Schu ltE>, sea and the1r assistants. th ff of the team Bath ed t hat the game will begin at large r oom in the basl.' m ent of the Michigan, umpire. Hubka, NeThe regular meeting of the Girl's , was e 0 ense · 1 . . . . . . Club was held Tuesday morning. and Adams s howed to a d van t age 1:00 p. m. Th 1s Will be . th e last trammg ~udd 1 n g ~here a ~en e.ral braska, h ead linesman . Special numbers for the program for the w i nnar s The vau n ted Peru 1 appearance of the Robk1ttent> on 1han ds hakmg was m ord er . A hne I H - - - - th- d · R b · 1 . h' b 1 ave you seen e n e w· rama consisted of a p1ano solo by e ec- line was not p laying up to sta nd- Peru F 1eld t 1s season . The oys of ma rch was started and before bei ng ac ted 0 0 the Peru Campus'! ca Graham, and a Yocal . solo by d have had a good year , and deserve long p laces at te tabl es we re all It i s entitled ''Cl inch ing Fins in 1 were ar · L aura M ac k prang. C Plans . The first touchdown came as a the s upport of t he fa ns. (Continued on last page) Public, H ear t to H eart " t hen made for Home omJDg.

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"Two yea r s ag o last sp rin g I got Straw-p i Jes a nd hay stacks are tone h e ans wer ed: ' 'We'll lose by G ive t hem a ca ll P hone is No. 52 put off the bl inn baggage in Indi- my bed wh e n 1 vi eit the country about th ree tou~~downs. We can't ana. I had to hoof i t for a fe w l cous ins. I had s elected an inviting p os ibly win.' ;:::::::::::;:;;::;::;::::::::::::::::::::: days to.getto inianapol i s andcat~h l straw pile ri g ht acrossa stream "Well, I'n• l(oi ng back a nd ~ "e nre in Peru eve r y one g ot ng west. A fe llow d oem t from a small white house a nd a marry the girl." 'T""" Thursday need a bed in Indiana in May, but ! big red barn Wh e n the farm er He was still mumb l ing wh en I - -- - TO SOL IC IT - · he d oes have to ea t. came in from the fie ld. was mak left him. _ _ _ _ ___ " I felt cr avings o f the i.n~er j ing r e paration for the ni g ht. He Bobkittens Gets Revenge man ; so I s topp ed at a prom rsrng j drove h is horse to th e barn, un (Continued t:Tom first page) f a rmhouses The larly and he r , ha rn esssed them , and then led th em "the field on a fi rst down. B ut P eru Auburn, Nebras ka dau g hter we re sitting on the Pi azzi j half a mile upstream and acro~s a held a nd Platte punted . In te rfront. p o r ~h in H oos ie r l ingo . ford . Th en he led th e m d •Jwn op- sper s ing end r una, line p lunges, for partitulurs see Milo CI Hrk 1 She was a krnd lady anrl sent ~ er 1posite the barn, where the horses and passei'l , th e Bobkittens got the daught e r Sari a n na ro und the hou. e j drank . Afte r t hat he we nt back to ball to Plattsmouth's 12 -y a rd line, SAY IT WITH FLOWERS to t he cave to fetc h me some r e- i the ford a nd to th e barn . wh e r e Bath to >k it and ran round paat. The lady and I carri ed on j That was hieronomics to me . end for a touchdown. He missed F ine C hrysa nth e mums , Ro ses, Carnations a nd Sna pdragons , a conve rsat ion on ingenous and ! "I we nt across to aee t he ge ntl e· g oal. T he way to the last touc hOrd e rs phoned to us by 10 a . m. ca n b e rece ive d by you adjacent subjects. Sarian na d id ~ man . He wa 11 in th e barn feed ing down was paved by a 40-yard pass ab out 5 p . m . same day. n ot appear. He r absence beca me his beas ts. Wi t hout any punctua- fro m Bat h to Vance. Bath p lun ged Orde rs c0 ming in latte r than 10 a. m. can be received by notorious . The mi ss us ~:~xc used ! tions. I tol d him that I had just ove r for the last 8 yards Adams you th e following morning. h erse l ~ to se~ wha t .1ad happe ned 1n 'lticed that he lerl hi s team up- kicked g oal. . Pe ru forced P lattti.. . Quick .se rv ice ..... to Sarranna . !!t ream ha lf a mi le, had crossed, mouth to ·pl'nt immediately after SIM~NTON & PENl.:E The r e I sat and ke pt sitti ng, un - a nd had c 1me dL>wn opposite th e the kickoff. The Bobkittens rushFALL CITY, N EB R til I decided that it wa s time f >r barn. I wanted to know 'i't hy he ed ri ght down t he fie ld only to

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me to in ves tilla: e what was hap- had done ot. fumble on the .5-yard l ine. P lattspening in that cave. . . ·Why, to water my h orses, of mouth kicked and Bath ret urned 1 "At the ope n door of the cave co u·r se, • he said . the ball to the 21 -yard line. Peru stood the mother · comforting " 'Why didn't you water them el~cted to pass and Baldwin just Sar ian na,w ho was weep ing surrep- right here 0 th· .d .1, I k d n:rr ssed the ball. It r olled ove r t he titiously. Such tears were never .. n Is s r e. as e · lrne and P lattsmouth was g iven 'You / the ball on he r own 20-yard line. He scratched hi ~ head shed on land or sea . I inquir ~d know, ' h e said, 'that ne ver occur- Flynn was lying out and grabbed what co uld be the trouble. Be- red to me. • a pass for 25 yard s. Refer ee Puttween spasm 3 Saria nna sobbed out, "I flaid t o myself: ' T han's one nam bl e w his whistle as the play a ll th e time poi n t ing to a n incon- 0 f th • was complete ri. Rot he rt had a seque ntial ltole in t he cellarway: .. e~ . . clea n bunch of scrappers. 'I I ltke to r1d e th e U. P . It is a Peru 7 6 6 7_ 26 was just t hi nking- if you a nd d d g oo roa and p.Jwe rful- mighty, P lattsmouth 0 0 0 0 0 I were married-and we had a w out est-accommodating. But Platts mouth Peru lit tl e son - and we sent him down cellar -:- to get some t hing - and a r a ttl esna ke ' - ca me out of that hole - hL> w sad it would be.' I wasn't hungry any longer. I looked at he r and thtn I said out loud: 'If I e ve r

th ey do g et careless with their Holly P asseng e r s no w an d th ~ n . Without Schmidtmann Hadraba a ny warning- ne verthe less, they C b II a mp e switched my special car off at a K I Ye water tank forty m i les from Poca- Tickote r tello. Now, Idaho is a g ood enough Hatt find three foo ls as hopel es~ as she state , as Bill Borax sa ys. But to Krejc~, ca pt.

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A new organization which wi II ' fi ll a long fe lt need in our college li fe, has eome into ex is tence with I the formation of the Home Econom ics Club . At t he first meeti ng of t he Home Ec g irl s, a nominating committee of thr ee nominated We oan reb u ild an d r enew three pa irs of your co mfortable old . candidates for the vari om offices shoes for the pri ce of one g '>Od new pa ir. " Fl ex ib le The officers fina ll y elected wer e: So les used on wome n' s s hoes. ·Irene Nelson. president; Elizabet h· .Gr aves, vice president ; Laura THE BEST SHOE SHOP- Elmer Ringer, Proprietor . Mackprang, t reasurer; Mrs. P lace, program committee; Gr etchen Wartensleben , e nterta in ment com-1 o I• mittee ; La ura h .avanda, publi city committee. The \.ate for secr e tary r~ ' ~tood at a .t.ie ; between Bernice I Breckenr idge a tJ.d'i-Rebecca Gra ha m. A lways in s to ck The girls p lan to h ve a par ty in t he · riear fu and they are ' a nticipating some jo lly ti mes this "J!'fibra,s1t#J y~ar . We prophesy that this 10 r: organ i za~ion wU I ~e one of the Successor to Fis her Broa1.t.-te Norfr'W;'" .... , N"riw "~.,., . ~ t li veli est on the campus.

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be a d ad to some boy· fo r 365 da ys Wed nesday eve.ning . ~~~~E~~~EE~E~~~~~~~~~E~~~EE~~~~ i n t he yea r . H e sairl that it was ' Fou r s tud e n t~ r ece ived t h l! i r rli - '; not a hoy proble m that we hav e t or- pl o ma~ thi s q•Jar t e r . T he y ar e 9ays t o be .7ussyf day but a dad tlr ob le m . The on ly I Harold Maxcy of Re y no ld s; A lbe rta r egret was t ha t ti me limi ted Mr . , Skeen of Aub ur n, Ed na Fi she r of K i rk br id e and h is ta lk ended too Peru ; a nrl Ma r ie Bo u ~ kP. .o f H avesoon Jock. All a re cont l n~ I ng ~th e i r Pr tsi d ent Pa t e g ave us a fe w wot k . M AK E RS call u s cranks- but w e u suall y g et w hat h ints on ho w to be p opula r, an n Good n e ws ! A ca rl oad of o pe ra we are aft er - ~nd wh a t w e 'r e after ar e th e good also pu lled as j oke ab o ut mi lk ca r · cha irs for th e audi t ori um has a ryou demand in C lothes- - -good sty le, good fabri c and r ie rs. The shoe ~ ee m ~!d t o fit He ri ved Tn ey will b e a rrr a nged as th en in t r od uced th e pr inc i pa soon as poss ibl e . g~1 od w orkmansh ip. C ombin ed w it h m od erate cost here . spea ke r of t he e ve ning . Dr . Fo r are valu es that. can' t be i S?"n ored in C H A PE L We we lcom e int o ou r m ids t s 1x d yce, of th e Un ive rs it y of Nebras,- ne w s tud e nts who r eg is te re r! ~lon SOCI ETY BRAND a nd Th ~ c hape l Mond ay was in keep- ka Dr. F urd yce has rl one a g r ea t HART S CH A FFN E R & MA RX C L OT HES day for th e st- co nd q ua r ter 's wor k . in g with Armi s t ice Day . Rev. J . rl ea l of ed ucatio n al resea r ch work Th [3 . W · ht f p ru· MANHATT AN S H I RTS · ey are : essi e ng , o e , W. Ell int t r ead a n apn r opnate and it is pr obab le t hat he k n ow~ ·D · J h t f El Mo • S TETSON H ATS or cas o ns on. o m 1, ., scri pt ure and gave a short t '-ll k. It more a bout b oys tha n any ot he r N . . R b t f L" In · Cleo m co , H ElD CAPS a 1m e o er so n o · A t' f H t ' ng . Mr ' L was fi tting ly clo,;ed by the s rud e nt I ma n i n Ne braska. I . ,8 us 1n , o as 1 s , ,_ . WALK OV E R S HO ES 1 His speech cont a i ned a rEa l mes · _·_ _ ____ __ __-_ body s ing in g pa tr io ti c .:~on gs . A. Wn nderfu I Selection Wed nesday m·>rning wa we re ·i n- sag e and it went to th e hea rt of evter est ed i n a de monst ratio n given e ry ma n a nd hoy prese n t . H e fi rs t ~h ~tmOS by Mr . N. c. Abbot t, su p<! r i n te n- tal ked o f the a mb it ions and desires ~ d en t of th e State S~ ho o l fv r the of a n or.ma l man Nex t t he r equi f nr mPrl\ Go ldbe r g s N e bras ka C it y, N e l"lr .

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PElW, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1923.

PERU BARE~ Y ~OSES S ~f ATE TIT~E EDUCATION

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An inter essting and very instrucpionship contenders in the hardest 1 tive program f or the observance of fought game of the year. The Ameri can Education Week , Noscore of 7 to 3 is ind icative of th e vember 18 -24, was carri ed cut in fi erceness of th e s tru ggle. It was Peru . A merican Ed ucati on WePk Peru's first defeat of the season; it is a national project wh ich is gives Wesleyan a nd Hast in gs a sponsored by the American L eg ion, chance to fight it out for th e title. t he National Education AssociaNewspaper d ispatches have it that our s ister college, Chadron, is not tion, and the Bureau of Education. The basic purpose is to learn our to be conisdered because th e Eagles have p layed but four conferschool needs a nd to m eet the m with ence games. constructi ve programs. Th is is Captain Bitzie play ed hi s bes t done by means of addre~ ses, progame, and str ove heroica ll y to grams, interview, and other pubstave off defeat. His dropkick flcity. In there addresses and from th e 41-yard li ne was sensa· programs informatio n on outstand · , Thursday nllO n Thanksgi•ing turkey dinner . at Mt. Verno n ti ona!. The way he backed up th e ing nat ional issues-ilJi ter acy, Dining Hall. line mar ks him as All-State matephysical education, Americanizarial. Several times during th e tion, and inequa li ty of educational Thursday afternoon, Peru High vs. Auburn High at Auburn. I game he broke th ru the line and opportunity - is presented to the ta~kled Midland for a loss. Horn , _Thursday even ing. Old-fashioned party at" Gy mnas ium; public. · at quarter, showed u p in All -State Within the last week a g reat opRadi o Co ncert at Gy mnas ium 11 form for th{: winn ers . Hi s end run portuni ty has been offe r ed to stufor a touchnown, a fter Peru had dents, the leaders of tomorrow. !I Friday morning, Thanksgi ving Convocat ion at New Au ditorium held three times, was enourh to There has been a p leth ora of things I! win. Mi lam and Elli ott had a Friday evening, Dramatic Clu b Plays: to see and hear on the camp us a nd I s tru ggl e; a nd Mid land 's pr etty in the village. Now ideas, new "The Twelve-Pound Look, " by Barrie All S ta te ca ptai n had plenty to do pr oble ms , and new way!! of solving 1 all a fterno on. Th e work of the two them have been presented. Ap- : lines was on a pa r . Each team preciating fully t he great achi eve- ! • Homecoming -~'· Ve.non Bal l. · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · · ·N-o•t•a Man i Ho-u•s•e...•••_.,b•y•A-n• o•n• . made the same n ·.1mber of first ments that have been made in eddowns th ru the li nt! . ucation, t he people have fa_ced ! The st atis tics of th e game sho w frankly its shortcom_i ngs \'\- hen tha t Peru made more yards from measured by progress in other ;crimmage a nd out pun ted Mid fie lds of activity, and t hey have I land . Mid lan d r a n back pun ts to resolved to put forth g r ea t er effort better adva n.t age a nd made one t ha t these things may be overcome mo r e fi rst down . P t' rhaps Peru Something of the program that ! ~==========================~==========================~========================== has a Ii tt le th e edge i n the figures ; was car~ ied out in P eru is stated In s trume nta l Tr io, "A lpi ne Viol et s" I ~-------------~ but that ad vantage is not g reat. Peru High School Record. i n t he fo llow ing lines. On S unda y, Peru,.Midlaod Statistics. Andre I The f act is tha t the two tf•ams Peru ... 0 B la nchard, Ja .. 51 Novem be r 18, t he r e we re special. F irs t Downs- Mid land 12, Mr. V. H . Jindr e. Viol in we re e venl y matched. ser vices at th e churches. Serm ons P e ru ll. Mi ss Emi ly Burton, Flute 1 Pe ru .. 32 Ha mburg. Ia .. ... 0 Per u started we ll by ma king to wer e pr ea ched at the churches and ryliss Mary McVay, Piano Peru .. 9 Nebr. City .... ... .. 26 firs t dawns fo llowing the kick -off. P unts - Midl a nd. 7 for 26 1 Peru .. 6 Fa lls Cir y .... .. ..... 6 i n the eve ning at 7 :30 uni on s er" Our Traditions" d T. a lk, Bitz ie punted. Midland us ing Th en ya rds ; Peru, 7 for 309 y s. Peru . 18 Wahoo . ............... 0 vices wer e he ld at t he Baptist Dean W. N. Ddze ll , Per u 'th e Notr e Dame shi ft plung ed Per u ... 7 Ta r ki o. Mo .. ... .. 0 church. Educati o n was g i ven Re tu rn of p un t - Midland, 76 Sec . Peru Alu mni Assn. rig ht down the fi eld for s ix fir st · 1 h · t thec:e services yard~,· Peru , 25 ya rd s. Peru . 26 P la tts mouth ....... 0 spec1a emp as 1s a ~ · Vi olin So los, The Holy Ci tY .. Adams downs in s uccess ion . With t he Peru . 39 StP. IIa .... ... ........ . 0 On Monday, Nove mber 19, conYards fr o m s crimmage - Mid "Ro ma nce in A," ball on Peru' s 5 -yar d line, t he line vocation was und er t h e charge of land, 169; P er u, 2·14, 'lhurl ow Li eu r a nce 1I Pe ru ·· ? Auburn .... · ..... .... ., stiffe nt d cmd threw th e invad ers t he American Leg ion. A number Mr. V. H. Jindra I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ back fu r a loss on three downs. On 1 th e four t h dow n Horn went ar ound o f th e member s of t he loca l post Corn e t SJ lo, "Gaiety Po lka" Hartley BOBKITTENS WARM UP as well a s ex-service m en in the p T. C. RADIO PROGRAM i Mr. Mark Cr a nd ell FOR AUBURN GAME end for a touchd own. He kicked College we re present. Prof essor 30 p M NOVEMBER 29 9: · Talk, "Our Fut ur e" Coach Hansen 's Stella Stars put goal. Taylor, head of the Ameri can Leh' . 1 F r om t hat time on P eru more 1 Orches tr a . .. rannhauser [\arc I Pres. w. R. Pate, u p a fig ht agai nst th e Bobkittens; than he ld her own. Midla nd go t a 1 g ioo, was th e prin c i pal s peaker. Wagner Peru State Teachers Coll ege but to no avai l. Ca ptain Heywood , He ta lked of t he num be r of illiter - : . R B t ! br ea k of the ga me a nd was wit h in ates i n the U nited Sta t es and g ave Poe ms " O ld P eru" SJia_s b · ar on , Viol in Q uarte t, ' 'Prayer from Bob Bath, and the ir tea mma tes kickin g dis ta nce once ti uring the 1 • • • 1 "Peru" A. L B1x Y F r e ischut z a nd Rondo ' Le Petit took th e g a me i n easy style, ma ksome val uab le statJS l lCS conce rn! ng ~ PI h 1 half. Bitz ie was cut down and a tha t subject. Much of his time Miss Mary J ae n Ta mbour ' " Harr ill ing 39 points in th e ten-m i nu te Mioland p unt s truck his leg; Mid"B e use fr om Joce· ·1 Ella f eich, Bernice Br i!ckenridge q ua r ter s played bt for e the P . ru was devoted to a discussion of t h e Flute S o Io, ere land recovered. But Peru held · d t.. h 1 lyn " Goda rd Philip Hoyt, Art hur·Ne lson · Midl a nd ga me. The lig ht, inexa r.d the dro pkick was ~ h ort. Bit z ie Immigratio n Law an tr ~~ c ara c -1 . : S II I d ter of th e immi g r a nts themse lves., Miss E mil y Burt on : Peru Color Sa ng and Yell by Gro up. peri encerJ te a a s neve r gave and B ell plu nged for a firs t down . I fO ld p " 1 - -up ; but th ey never had a chance. Mr Tay lor m a d e the s ta teme nt Ta lk The Ea rl y Days o e ru I Homecoming Week. C h y k d b t "t Then Bitz ie mad e a short pass to ' . . . . ' b 0 ha '78 1 oac er es rna e ma n y su s 1 u that t he Amen can Leg iOn IS takJ og I Thos. W. B la ck urn, rna , ' T he Hom ecoming Week , whi ch tions so many in f act that th e , Ed ie, and th e Paw nee s peedster a consstructive att itu de to~ard!!!.e Vi o li n Trio . •· Dancla Op. 99,_ N o 2 /.bea-an wit h the battl e betw ee n I sport·; wri te r d id . not glt them.l r~re~ 38 ya rd s. Mid.la nd held ~nd problem. They _are. ask mg that Phi li p Hoyt , E ll a_Te Jch. Midland a nd Peru, will culmina te ! Wri g ht , Stella's diminutive I ~ J tzJ e dropp ed back to th e 41 yard Congress Jet no Jmm Jg r a nt s _enter Be rnice Breckenndge, . in Homecoming Day; ~'riday, No-' quarter, playe r! a heady , ner vy I me . and neat ly p l ant~d the ba ll Mary McVay, Accompams~; ! vember 30. The enth usia~>m of game. For P eru tack les Leahy and bet:'een the posts. lt was as pre tty the United States for a per10~ of five years. At t he e nd of tha t t~ me P iano So lo, .. Mag ic Fire Scene I t he memorable stru gg le of last H ey :wood and Powerful Bo b play- a k ick as t he o~e he m_ad e at C_otindividuals who have ha d r e la t i ves Wag ner Friday will conti nue t hruout the ed the game . The truth is th at ner . The r emaind er of t he penod who fought i n the wa~ sho~ld be Mi ss Mary -~cVay ~· w~P.k. Many a lum ni were present Captain Heywood a nd Powerful was played in midfield. ad mitted fi r st. T he n I m mi gra n ts Ta lk, "Our A lu mni y k N b to see Peru battle for the s tate Bob have carr ied t he brunt of t he Almolilt all of t he second ha lf who have rela ti ves in t his ooun try l Supt. W. G Broloks, . ~r ' e · ~· title; many wi ll be present at the attack this seas Jn. Coach Yerkes was played in midfield . Once ~eru could be admitted next. T he plan Pres. P eru A ~ron: Ms~~~ · d r ece pti on this coming Friday. has take n g r een mater ia l a nd built tr ied to dropkick and went_ Wid e: is to then a dmit the foreig n born Vocal Solos, "Wa i tmlgl, " Off! e~~ach I The prog;am is announced is a strona- team arou nd th ese t wo Once Midlanrl tried to dr opkick and " Ba rcaro . 1 (Continued on last page ) only by fami lies. H e a Iso t a l k ed j . Bl ek ns hip (Contmued on last page) I Cn nttn u .,,l on L•.~<t Pn.~ o. • 1 M1ss Esther an e (Continued on last page)

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about? The Peru-Midland game, Published Weeki; by Teach ers Golleg;- of coune. Yes. lessons and football have been quite mi xed up t hi s Single copy 5 cts. $1. 00 per yea r. ~----------------- Week. Why' J·n theory class Thu rsIf yo u do not rEceive your Pedagogian leave notice in th e Pedagoday, Mr G ilkeson asked a q uestion g ian box in th e Admini strati on bu ilding. about the school boards. Do you ' Manag i!lg Editor know the answer he recei ved ? GEO. R. WILLY BusinesR Manager "Fling abroad vour college DAVID COS fELLO

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Everybody j oined .in the s inging of the coll eg e song , l.ed by Mr. Conway. (We neve r f orget our school patriotism and what it means to us) Next th e minutes of the last two meetings were read by E ll a Teich. Immediate ly following was a pi a no solo, "Spring So ng," by our a d visor, Mr. Holch. Hugh Stoddard

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M is3 Anna Maso n lead t he WedCoach Lon R. G ra f and th e Pedagogian are col lec ting some inter- nesday even in g Y. W. C A. meetesting data for the read e r s of this paper. Th e coac h has sent a le tte r to ing. She had a very interesting each of t h e hi gh sch oo l coaches in the co unties of Cass, Otoe, Nemaha, and he lpful di:;cu ssi on on the s ubJ ohn so n, Pawnee, a nd Richa rd ~on. The coaches ar e voting· o n a n All- ~ ject, "Influence of Women." Southeastern Neb r aska hi gh ~c hool e leve n. The following teams a.r!:! inThe g irls of th e orga nizati o n eluded: Elmwood, Weeping Water, Platts mouth. Nebraska City, Au- were g ive n a ver y inspirational burn, Peru, Tecumse h, Pawn ~ e Ci t y , St e lla, Sa lem, Shubert, Verd o n. talk on this subject by Mi s~ F a ul Humboldt, a nd Falls City. The l't: da gog ia n wi ll pr;nt the vote aa hab l' r. She mie d Bible r e ference~. soon as Coach Graf and Professor Beck ca n summarize the data illustrations, and personal· observations to bring out the m a in tho ts of her discmsion . Every girl felt H ere' s t o the Peru Bobcat s. a more earnest calf f or ha vi ng a good influence in her college fife, WITH OUR CLASSES next r ead a ve. r y c lever little darky aft er hearin g Miss Faulhaber. selec ti on entitled, ''Ma ude Balks." The Misses Pearl New house and Se niors. Fifte en r a hs· for the Juniorg! To co nc lude the program Miss Et hel Linda hl played a piano duet That's what the Seniors said a f- ~ Ht-len Carmen san~ tw o beau.tiful which h e lped t o give more fife and ter they were so delightfully en- solos, the .e nco re pe mg- that delight· interest to t he m ee ting . terta in erl fast Thursday at class . ful popular me lody, " Cal l Me Arts and Crafts. c hape l. I t was a wonderful pro- Back, Palo' Mine " Again we shal f have the oppor· g-ram, cleverly d one , a nd the • Freshmen . tunity of seei ng a worth-while exseniors appreciated your kind inviThe Fre~hman Class meetin g hibit of arts and craft s, brought t at ion. Here's to y ou. Jun·iors. opened laRt Thnrsday with the by Mrs. Mon tgo mery from he r art reading of the mi nutes of the for- studio in Stella, Nebraska. I t is Juniors mer meeting The e lecti on of two an excellent opportunity to see Th e Juni o rs ente rta ined the new officers was necessary, as good pictures, a s plendid co ll ection s ~ ni o r cias3 and a f e w others at a Grant Case.v, former treasurer a r1d of pot t e ry, a nd m etal work. T hose short program Thursday mornin g . reporter was promoted 1'n to the interest e d in buy ing gifts f or Pearl Nelson is cha irman of th e Sophomore class a t the e nd of t.he Christmas will be g lad to kn ow program commi ttee and ar r a nged first q uart er. The e lec tion was as that Mrs. Montgomery is bringin'g the fo llowing numbers. follows: William Coa tney, treasur- ma nv .new things·.in the· art fin e . Music by Edit.1 Neal, piano , er, a nd Go rd on Pe terso n. r e porte r . Don't forget the dates o r place H e lyn Hum bert, clarinet, David After the business sessio n a sna p- December 4, 5, 6, in th e faculty Costello, violin. py pror~am was put on by me m- room . Read ing by Mari e Grabill. ·M iss be rs of the class, Mildred Pate in Grabil l showed us h ow absurd some charge. · First, an instrum ental The Pedagogian Congratula tes.. people a r e a t th e movies. number by Arlene Ritchie and The Pedagogian cong-ratula t es Next, a violin solo by Dav id Harland Taylor, f ollowed by ~ Coach W. G. Speer, former me ntor Cutse flo was much appreciated. r ead in g from Marion Marsh, a sax- a t Peru, for sending a t eam down The program ended with a clown's ophone ~o lo bJ Luci lle Meek. The to " Old Per u " that was ab le to dane<! in cos tume given by Mildred closing number was a duet by Helen take th e ga m e from the undefeated Kfepser a nd He lyn Humber t. Per- Li c hty and Op11 ! Jackson, accom- Bo bcats. With the except ion of haps thi s is the wrong place to pani ed by Mary McVey. Buising, Edie, a nd Williams, ·a il me ntion it but Mildred r ea lly We only regr!:!t th a t there are not of t h: Bo bca~s had pl ayed under should tie her shoestrings ti g hte r . mor e Freshm to n !urning out for Speers coachmg. The boys wanted We are ve ry g lad you came, Sen- the,;e meetin gs. We hope that the to w.in from . th e ir old coach, a nd iors, and we ho pe you wi If come nex t time eac h Freshma n will they gave everything th ey had to aga in. make it his duty to be th er e and Coac h Gr af to do it. They failed e nj oy these programs which will , a nd congratulations·to Coach Speer . Sophomores. Las t Thursd ay morning the be g iven at each regu lar meetin g. jThe many friends of the Midland Sophomore m embers were enter- Cume and find o ut what unusua l I coach mi ssed him; they wis h him a s peedy recover y. tained by a splendid program. ta lent we have in our class. The Nebraska State Journal We n ote the oad less, November re por t ed · th e death of Charlotte ~0. of the younjler son of Mr. and Mo rton Alexander. of Santa Mon- ! Mr. 0. M. Got•d. Mrs. Good, nee ica, Ca l., f or mer ly of Syracuse. Johnson , was buokkeeper in th e Miss A ltJxa nd er g r a d ua'ted from regi strar's office f r om 1912 to Peru in 1896 and t a u g ht for Eeveraf 1914. Mr. Good is a graduate of years in Sy racuse, before s he we nt · Pe ru. The s tude nts and facu lty t o t each Washington a nd Ca lifor- 1friend s of M r . and Mrs. Good ni a . S he was buri ed at ~yracuse, I gr ie ve w i t h th e m.

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Supt. M. C. Lefler, of the Lin !coin City schools, was wit h t h e ; : : : : = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = sLquad between halves. Principal S0M5 f>50t>6E; Sf>5NB eger, of the Fairbury Junior their odd change, others "invest" i t in a Sav ings 1 High schoo l, looked on to see how Accou nt. i Frary and Gilkeson he ld down his The difference la ter on in life is the difference between " Success" and · 'Fa ilure". : old job; as did Blinn He lms. a mainstay in 1909. The aiumni Why not open a Savings Account I showed their loyalty by figh~ing T oday ? : with the team until the las t whistle W 8 PAY 5 percent JNT8R8Sl' ON SAVINGS blew. Peru has 32 00 loyal support1 ers among its 3200 alumni.

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brie fly upon the part tha t educa tion plays in th e d eve lo pment of the immig rant s aft e r they arrive in this country. Thi s was a point of specia l inte r est to students because of the simi larity of their work to th e proble ms that w ~:> re l discuFsed by Mr. Tay lor . II Con voca ti on wa'3 he ld again on Tuesday, No~ember 20,_and an ad- 1 dress was given by Pres1d1-nt Pate. 1 . t was '•p a tr ~. o ; J. s m, " I1 His subJec hi s talk co ntained a r eal mes- 1 sage. Mr. Pa te quo tecl !ro m Lin- ! culn's Gettysb urg Add re~s in his . . I cha racte risti c way in illustratlDg j the idea of patrioti sm. He di s- ;

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cussed th e part that . _~:>ducatiun Lon R Gra f ca me to Peru in S~:> ptember from Tecumseh, wh e re ~e p lays in ma king good CJll ze ns. l coat' hed t 'l e well known Amt>rican Leag ue t ea m. In 19 14- 15 and Jn In th e e ve nin g a cJmmun ity J9lfi - J7 he a tte nd Pd the Umver s it; of Nebraska .. H e play.:d on ~~: m eetin g weB h e ld at th e M. E fres hman t eam op posi te "Mother " ~bhott . U~d~r Coach J;7:ohe h c h and the Co ll ege furni:lhed Steihm and ' 'Doc" Stewart, he got h1s ear ly tra1nmg. In 191 D. . c ur . . attended We tsmJn!'t er Co llege and captained the track t ea m. unng a numher of three mi:JU~es sp~aker the war he wa.; at Officers' Tra ining Ca mp at Camp Pik~. _Tnere he who gave talks on vari ous eouca- learned "Pop" Swee ley's kind of footba ll. And Sw ee l~y IS lm e coach tional prob le ms. I under "Hurry-up'' Yost Coac h Graf came to PPru Wit h the r ecom. Wedne; da y, November 2 1, was me ndati ons of s uch men as ''Indian" Schu lte and Fred Dawson.f t~: ; ~ h si c:l l Education DclY, and a r ea l took thP B •btats a fortnight la te and helped ml!ke t? e m nne 0 ke Y . . t most fea red teams in th e Nebra -ka Co nfert- nce. Anrl 1t dot>s not ta treat was g l ve n t o th e s tud ents a a ornohet tn pred ic t t hat he wi II ha ve a' fir!' t d i vi ,;io n has ke t h a II 11: m convocation. Dr. L 1rance of Au- - 11 burn t al ked_ t o th e s tud ent body o n essary 1 hat wnm en ri ~e to the5e madt> a _bad pass on a four! h do~n j the ed ucat1 on of people to th(; highe r positi on •.. , and M1dland lost th e ball. WJth ph y<;ica l n ecessiti es of the body. One of the s.o eci a l feature :l on the ba ll nn he r ow n 30-yard line He discusoed the law r eq uiring the prollram fo r th e wet>k was a the Luth • ra ns ~ trengthPned and phys ica l exa minations of school se r ies of three minut e talk o given held for do wns. Ju st as the game childre n which was put into effect by certain s tucl e nts during the Fn'ied Gilk e~ on was awarded a in Jul y , 191 9 . Tne state me nt wa~ class p ~ ri o cl s. Mi ss Minne had 40-ya rd pas~. when a Midland ~:>nd m '.lde that a man is as o ld as his charge of the ta lks. Th J fol lowing he'd him to keep him from r eqe ivarteries. It wa:; th e n s how n how student s were s peak e r s at the ing. It set the g rand stand:! a fire, o ne's a rteries increa:le in age as a various <: la,-ses Mr Costel lo, lllit- j for Peru was wit hin stri king dis- 1 r esult of improper li vir g T he eracy; Mr Willy, Illiteracy; Mr. tance. B ut .Rt-ft>rel:' J ohnson bl ew ! use o f a lc.,hol was di scussed and a Whitten, Americanizati on ; Mrs . hie wh istl e ; time was up and the I s Lri ki ng compari son of ho w men Quiler, Illiterary; Mi ss Selk, Na- Bobcats h ad los t th eir first game. who used alcohol rank ed at th e ag e ti onal Control of Ed ucation; Mi ss The Pedagogian congratu la tes of SIXtY wi1 h Lhose who did not, Kovanrla . N aLional Control of Edu~ Coach Gra f and Captain Bitzie on was ma de. S Jme gene r a l and very c-1ti on; and Mr . Sand be rg, Physi- the r ceord made by the 1923 Bobnecessary directio ns conc~:>rning: e -ll Education. E<~ch s tu dent had cats. If so me of th e f o llowing first aid were also given Charts a plethora of ideas which were men do not make All-State. Eomewe re show n on which were pictUr rece ived with e n t hu :lia sm in every !'body is nea rs ighted : Bitzi e, Frary, eel variou5 disease germs. In con- class room. . Carter, Milam, Gilkeson, Edie, 1 e lu sion Dr. Lorance co ntr asted the Or. . th e campus Education was Forrest Be ll, We imer. Brunsdon, old ma n of the street corner who wid ely adverth;ed by means of M. Bell, Wilkeson. Bu ising, De lwas scor ned and ba rely noticed attractive p os ters. It i~ hoped that zell, Sandberg. Con way, Higgins, because uf his di ssipa tion, with the everY s tud ent will make good use Matthews, Bourke, Parriott . grandmoth er who wa s loved and of the informaton that has been Preu 0 3 0 0venerated because of the pure life gained thi s week. lt is the duty of Midland 7 0 0 0which she had led . jeve ry one and should he the aim.of PP.rU On Tnur:lday, November 22, 1every on e t o he lp our country by Gilkeson Cunning ham I. e. th e students heard tw o interesting solving our proble ai1s of the natoin j Weimer E. Luschei I. t . talks. Mr. Yerkes talk M to the in as far as it is possible . Carter R. Lusc h =i I g. me n of the coll ege . He ~urveyed Milam Elliott, capt. c. the problems that the men would Bobkittens Warm Up For Auburn. M. He ll Tschudy r g. I f :nnllnll ~ d rr<H"l l•' tr::n. PRJ:'t:. l have to m ee t in th e nea r future. Lo ::kstrom r . t Brunsdon sterl1og athletes that will make The t ende ncy of resistance t oward Sud man Frary r e any number of high schools bite Americaniza tion by a great ma ·1y Horn Delzell q b. the dust. It has been a pl easure indi viduals in our cuntry was Br uning r h tu wa t ch the improvement -of such F. Be ll mentined. The restless spirit which Adams Edie I. h . men as Leahy, ·Juhl, Majors, AdI is pervading the United States ; Bitz ie. capt f b. Chamber s, ams, Hays, Newton and Delzell. secre t organi zations, and mob law Substitutes: Will ia ms for M. , Auburn wil l do w~:>ll to watch the 1 were also di scussed. Mr. Yerkes Bobkittens r.l osel;; and if the Bell, M. Bel l for Carte r . Ca rte r then took up the t eaching profesNemaha lads will take a tip fr om f orM . Bell , Buising f or F. B t' ll. I sion and its r elati on t o the things Offi cia ls: J ohnson, Doa n e, refthe Pedagugian, th ey had better mention ed above. He enumerated keep both eyes on the lookout f or eree; H a rtl ey, Nebrakas , unpire; the thing5 that are working against Cap Hey wood a nd Po we rful Bob . Porter. N e bra;ka, hea d I i nesman . 1 II l 3 l the professionand how they cause Peru 3-39 6 7 H omecoming Week. Jack of r espec t for it. In conclu- Stella 0- 0 0 0 0 (Continued from first page) si on he s tated that teac hers are Peru Stella higher paid tha n me n . in other 1 Ne wton I.e. R. Hicks this issue of th e Pedagogian . lt Ij professions when the amount of Leahy I. t . E. H 1cks begins w ith Steward Linn 's turkey prepa ra t ion is comddered . Hays I g. Ki ser rlinn er and e nds with th e Mt . l Mi ss Tea r add r essed the girls at Delell c. McMullen Peterso n r g Gi lbe rt Vernon reception. Thursday afte rthi s time. Something of the length Hey wootl r·. t." J. McMullen noo n students and alumn i w ill j our - j of th e profes~iona l ladder was Parriott r .e. Williams ney to Auburn to see th e Bobk itbroug ht out in her talk. She told Vance q.b. Wright tens plflY Auburn High . Auburn why peo ple e nte r th e teachin g Majors r .h. Vad er Hi has lost but one ga me thi s sea- 1 pro!esison Some o f the r eq uisites Adams l.h. Hinkle Bath f b. Stoltz son , that to Tec~umseh - The Yer- j for success were presente d with Officials: Willy, Peru, referee ; kes mac hine has imp roved marve l th e advanta ges that were to be Beck, Harvard, umpire; Sai lors, ously and has gone und ef ea ted 1 gained therefrom. She sa id that Stella, h ead linesman. since the ga me with! Nebraska City . Thursday eve ning after th e t eachina- is a growing profession Peru Barely Loses State Title. par ty, th e visitors will li sten ;o and that there are now promises (Continued llrom first page) the radio program ~iven at Omaha for women. Fe we r and fewer men ditto. 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PERU , NEBRASKA,

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The f ollo wing report appeared in t he State J ou rnal: Chadron, Nebr., · Nov. 26. - "Beat Peru" is. the cry prevail ing among the st u1 den_ts of Chadron Normal S·chool tomght on .t he eve of its annual battle with the f oo tball team from Peru high school. The Peru E:leven arr ived tonight and will be g iven a sho r t workou t tomorrow morni ng. lf the Eagles played Peru high sch ool last Tuesd ay, what would the Bobcats have do ne to them? But it was the Bobcats they played; and i f the press has it cor rectly, t hey had a man's sized job with our n ear-cham ps. The score of 10 to J.O indicates the type of game that was p layed . Chadron showed a good deal of ability in the firs t three qua r ters. 1'ne Eagle end run s were especial · ly effect ive. McKelvie was alwa ys danger ous. f he Eag le captain I 1-ilayed in All -State form . Dur ing t he first ha lf Chadron outplayed the Peru vians. but Bitzie's punt· ing evened matte rs The Bobcat captain had the be t ter of the pu ntin!! due l, and kept th.e Eagl es from ,;cori ngNot to be d e nied , however , Chad r on. came back st ro ng in th e 1hi rd p-e ri orl and forced th e ha II well within Pe ru t erritory . In side thei r own I 0-ya rd I i ne, the Bobcats he ld. McKelvie dro pped back to the J2. ya rd line and p lace-kic l< td the f. r «t co uoter. Shortl y after the next kic l<·otl', McKe lvi e inte r· ceoterl a pass and ra ced flO yard s to a tou('h-l o wn. He k icked g oal. The to uchd own :::eemed . to wake the pflegmatic Bobca ts. They :narted rluwn the field like a new team . T he li ne ope ned grea t ho les. Wit h ten minutes of play left . dropped back to the 25 ya r d line 1 and placed the ball squa r ely b eCaptain B1tzie br o ke thr u the line tween t.he posts f or what proved to and t hr e w off tacklers for 35 yards I I be t he winni ng po ints. and a touchdown. He dropkicked The remainder of the g-ame was the g oal. Pe ru r eceived and (Continued on last page) The Peru Bobcats, whom McBridP. 1 passes for touchdowns. Larson (Continued on last page) terms" as dange rous at ~ve ry SEASON OF 19~3 grabbed a fumbl e fo r an 85 -ya r d THE DRAMATIC turn. " ended one of Peru's mnst: Pe ru 14 Maryvil ie 7 run a nd Wayne' t.ouchd own. RADIO PROGRAM CLUB ENTERTAINS successful sea:::o ns with a trip to Pe r u ~1 Tark io 7 Edie spr inted 80 yards round end AT W A 0 W Friday evening the Dramat i c f p d Th Chadron. The Bobcats finished Peru 0 Kearney 0 or a eru touch own . e r e was Ma ny congratulatory messages Club p r esented two plays . Besides ·wel l u p in t he fir11t div is ion w ith Peru 3 Doan e 0 act1on every m1nute o f l he game. have come to PPru a:> a result of the club members and their guests, Ne braska Wesleyan, Hasti ngs o 1· N o game eve r seeme r1 s hor ter the radio program given at WAOW Peru 36 Cotner 0 1 many alumni attended. T he pro- lege. Midland Co llege, and Chadron I Peru 40 Way ne 9 than the Mid land gamP . Midla nd Omah a, the nig-ht of Thanksgiv· g ram was one of the most success- Nor mal. They lost but or.e game, Peru 86 York 0 sco red ea rly in the game on off· ing. Seve ra l of the teleg r ams a r e t ac k le P1un ges and en d run!';. fi' ro m in s uperla tive terms. T he a 1umni ful of the year 1923. The first that to Midlan d b Y a score o f 7 t o Peru · 3 M irl la nd 7 play presented was Sir .lames M. 3 . The two closest ga mes were Peru 10 Chadron 10 : th a t t ime Midland was kept on the over tne l'tale ha ve v oiced their Barrie's contemporary one act the Doa n e and Mid land games; · defens ive, and Pe r u was alway!l love f or "Old Peru." There is no play, "The Twelve· Pound Look." ' the most notable victory was that bidding for a co un ter. Cap tain gai nsa ying that Peru has a la r ge This play deals with the modern ~ over Wayn e; the f eatur e of the Be ll, t he Bobcat star def ensive 1-Bitzie d r opped a 4l·yard kick in body of loyal alumni. The H on. two downs, the : t he seco nd period. Almost ever y T. Blackbu r n says that there problem of the wife's right to season was the rush ca ll to Chadron back . After ~ssert her own individuality . ~t ! and the co nseq uent t i e, 10 to 10. wh ist le e nd ed the game with the : fan stood du ring the game. It . h ave been :.1357 graduates since Is the theme that made Ibse n Peru fans were furni shed so me ball on th e one ·yard line. Ta rk io ! was no use to si t down; one harl to 1870 ; and t he majority of these "The Doll's House." In the spa~e spectacular footba ll on Pe ru fie ld du p licated the Ma r yville game. keep j u mping up. ha ve had a deep love for the old of one act Barrie has hand led Jt j in 192 3. Mar yvi lle, Mo., brought Peru had sco r ed three touchd ow ns j On foreig n g ridirons t he line schoo l. almost perfectly. The cast was a veteran t eam f or t he opener an d when the visitor s ope ned up. A made Hself famous. Peru's line The flute proved to be a beautistronr; there were no weak ac tors. all but t ied Peru. Outp layed de - succession o f passes good because was r ated as se'cond to none. Per u's ful instrument to hea r over the Amateurs se ldom so better thau cisi vely fo r t hree quarters, the of Kyle's acl!u r acy, took the bail I line and Bitzie's toe made Peru radio. Miss Burton's selections these club rnembe s did; profes- Misso uri ans ope ner:! up an aerial across the field for a counter. The : feared abr oad. Kearney r emember s were well r eceived . The J i ndr.aeionals have been k11 own to do attac k ·In the las t quarte r tha t Missourians were mak ing a b'id for 11 both. Doane fel l a victi m to bot h. Burton-McVay tri o also came i n worse. The following wa' S the cast: r l s oiled t he marg in of l4 a second touchdown when the ga me ; Cotne r saw a 08-ya rd dropkick exceptionally well. Thi s was n ot nea y thPat Per u had earn ed . 'Ihe eade d . B UI· B JO~ · · a b.,. " Sir" Harry Sims . poJ·nts s h owe d h IS 1 l ty .I f rom a d I. ffi cu It ang Ie . Cha d ron Miss Blankenship's firs t appearance Merritt Whiten attack net~ed one touc h down. With ,as a p l_unger in t~is gam~·-·.1 js till .sees ,a hard line and. 13itzie ' s at WAOW. She has been favo r s Lady S ims Mildred h. ' lepser a m inute to p lay, a juggled pass Agamst the Way~e Wlldcats the 1 pun t1ng . fha.t last dr~pk1 ck of the bly mentioned several times. The Kate, Sir Harry's first wife t fell into a Missourian's arms and Bo bcats played. the1r m ost sp ectac- ! Peru season t 1ed the Eagles. . viol in. piano, a nd cornet solos by 1ert/ d 50 yard s to be tackled I ular game. Gilkeso n a nd F rary . And next year the Bobcats wll l Mr. Jindra, Miss McVay, a n d Mr. H e lyn Humt · . , ey he raced f om t he goal by Forrest r ece1ved some movmg ~1cture 1 be fi g ht'w g f or th e b un t'Jng agam. (Contin ued on last page) The butler Cec1 l Coa tn one yar r -

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No w that the f oo t ba ll season is over, i t is no t in appropri ate to pay Ever y memb er of the o r gan iza tribute t o th e t ea ms of ou r sist e r no rm a ls. Cha rlr o n . K!~ a rn ey , a nd t ion shou ld be look ing- forwa r d to Wayne had f oot b 'l ll tea ms t u w o rr y t he bes t in t hi s sec ti on . Tw o no r - ' t he "Stude n t F r iendsh ip D r ive " m al ~earns, Chad ron a nd Peru , we r e in th e r un n i ng f or the s ta t e t i t le with mu ch en th usiasm . Watch for f r om th~ fi r.;t. Kea r ne .v had a tea m of fig- hti ng- m e n. I ne ver hea r d thP el a t e and t he n work fo r the of Antelopes t hat co uld p u t u p £uc h a fight The An te lopes played t he ca use. ~ tro n g"t'st team s of Neb r aska. and a l ways gav e a good acco un t of th e m "f E ver ettse Vt'.;. Coac h 0 a Ie ' s ayne W"ld 1 cats we r e a s h t ty a nd a smart ag- • 1 g r 'eJ,!utio n. Pitt1~d ag- ai nst th e ste~ te's b(-'st f r om the fi r st. n~a i nst ~uch Yo u d o n ' t know w hat a good t eams as We, leya n. Mi dl a nd , Pe r u al)d Cha dr o n , the Wi ldca t s we r e one time you m issed i f yo u wer en't at of t he da nge r ous teams i n th e co nfe r ence. An d Coach West's Chad r o n ; th e Eve_r e t t Car ni va ~ . Conf:tti a nd Eag le:; P. limina r.ed th t- G r a nd Isla nd Zeb ra s :~ 10 0, an d t he Z-= bras eli m i. , se r pe nllne were fly mg tht ck anrl nated Mi din ml. !:) to 0. P t> ru ha" h ad th e f r i f' n d l i e~t o f r e latio ns w it h !fas t . There was a c lown who sold he r s tst er sc hon ls ; th e H o~bc ar_' t ied K ~ar n ey and ( ' ha dr on . and wo n , ballo~ns , a h o~ ha m burger s~and , f r o m Wayne. : t wa s a 1! ~' o d I no t ha II yea r 1or ti JC tt' ac he rs <' o 11 ege~. · h 0 me ~ad~ ~a ndY • cracke r-Jack • I ~05,..!!3::,.,"DZ ""'"'li:I•--=2S:ll•&&:o•CD>:2<:::s:&~===="*e~e:3'ls;:z:=;o!+s:::!::rJ:r:::z:•eo~:II'!IIIIIIBI~.:z.ss::::ne<o::~""CIJ'" It mt'a ns some hrst class htgn schnnl coaches in tt11• n?xt few yea rs. I pean ut~. cup te do ll s, a nd a le m on cocm~ lt.lsa.ra;;:;"""::;;a.-=:oo"""'..,,<:S.t:lzct":::s~>&Gc:u:lllz->Z~~aw!!l:.,:::::is=-.,.~~::=..::>:.,a•J:>C~~:o::us::;";:q'=:!)QI!_,__,'Z'IlZI~•&c::=s,.•-::~lllws--IE•IC:o""""'"' :;x,:::!IID' s ta nd. These we r e a ll kep t ve r y bu sy during- t he eve n i ng .

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Thanksg ivi ng Day . Led by Miss ' Blankenship, we sang some peppy h ig h schoo l songs. Our worthy ' captan , Everett Heywood, then • gave us a s hort ta lk of how the I ga me would end. The pr ogra m was c losed af ter severa l snappy yells from t he college a nd hi gh SP.hoo l, with numbers by the band I F riday mo rning eight boys, wit h Mr. Yer kes, f ro m the high Rchool, left for Li ncoln , as Peru representati ves in t he Older Boys' Confe re nce being held at that place IAbout seven t o eig ht hundrad boys representing t he d iffe rent hi gh schools in the state are to be present. The boys t hat wi ll represent our high school are Dean Ar mstrong, . Bar t lett Vance, F ra nk Bog le, Maxcy Ba ldw in, J ames Delzell , L oui s Wiggi ns, Willard Ha ll and H arold Peterson. Miss Yeck's English section ac· sc epted the challenge of Mis3 Veal 's ection to a spelli ng match. El izabeth Boellstorff car r ied off the j honors by spelling down all mem1bers i n both groups. A li vely debate took place in t he argume ntation class last Fr iday, / when Ralph Morgan, Ethel Au~ti n i and Geo rge Clar y upheld the ' i Iaffi r mative of the ques tion, " Re 1 solved t hat immi~rration shou ld i be fu r ther restricted in the United Sta tes,'' while Fulton Davenpor t, I Stacha Rob inson , and Adolph I We nes in defended the negative.

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Thanksgiving Program. At 8 p . m., Thursday, a large crowd assemb led in the high school assembly, to li sten to the en terta i nment for t he evening. The program st a rte d at the hour mentioned. Fu ller Woodi e introduced th e num ber s, t he fir st of wh ich was a ver y pretty and graceful dance by Mrs. Graf. The aurl ie nce was not sat isfied un til she had g iven a seco nd. Mrs. Graf was dressed in a bea utifu l pink costume, which was ve ry becoming. Mi ss Lois Hacker gave an exc~ ll­ ent humoro us r eading . e ntitle d ' 'Prin ce H ogb roo m' s Fun eral. " She too was called back and gave another f ully as good. Miss Hacker's r ead ings were f ollowed by three hum or ou s songs by the chorus . It was made up of Professor Beck, Bo b Whitmore, Alton Hare, Harla n d Tay lor, We ico me Will s. Fo rre Et Bell . Otto Oakes , No rm a n Thorpe, Paul Dunlap, and Arline R itchi e. F'ollowing t he program was a s hort socia l time in t he gym nas ium of the Training Sc ho ol B uildin g . Afte r ice cr ea m and wafer s had bee n served t o all, t hey re turn ed to the High School assem b ly to lis ten to th e rad io conce r t whi ch began a t 9 :30.

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Radio Program at W A 0 W . (Conl.inued flrom first page) res pective ly r eceived Crandall f avorable co mme nt. The vi olin trio, P hilip H oyt and the Misses Brecke nr id ge an d Teic h, and t he s tring quartet, Meser s. Hoyt a nd Ne lson and Mieses Teich and Breckenridge, e nte rtained t he listeners a d mirab ly. ·No part of

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Second semester registrati~n Jan. 19, 20

W. R. P ATE, President.

C. M. Yerkes, principal o f the ' cessful. Hi s 1922 team won half hi g h sc hool a nd coach of the Bob- their g am es. His 1923 tea m lost kittens , is a Cornhu sker . H e took two early saeson g ames and then hi s A . B. at the University of p layed winning ball. They defeatNebraska. Last summ er he went ed fl uc h team~ as Hambu r g , Ia. , l to t he U ni vers ity of Il linois and Tarkio, Mo . , P lattsmouth , Wahoo, tuok "Bob" Z uppk e's coaching and A uburn. Last yea r he had a course . As a sc hoo lma n a nd a s a Cla ss B baske t ball team. This yea r coach he has bee n peculiar ly s ue- ! he will coach a dan gerou s ou t fit.

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Dean W. N. Delze ll, '94, Peru, ,and he ld Havelock to a lower score and Pres ide nt W. R. Pate, Peru. t han Peru made against the lndiM iss Mary Jane Plae hn had to · a ns. H ow does Peru rank with read the Br oo ks ta lk, as Sper i n- 1Un ive r sity Place a nd Havel ock ? t e n dent Brook5 was called to Chi Havelock won from Tecumseh and cago. M iss .Piae hn al so r ead the, Nebr aska City. Fal ls City was two P e ru poe ms by S i JaR R. Barton tied and the Rirhardson lad s t oo k &nd A. L . Bixby. Ia fall out of t wo of Kan,sas's better Because of the kindn ess of Mr. , t eams. Tarkio, Mo., los t her only Bart li ng of Ne braska City, P eru r ever se of t he season t o the Bob -~ Stud e nt !', c J'tt'ze ns a nd v 1·s 1· tors heard kittens at Tarkio. And Auburn.

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Bobkittens Win Wonderful Battle. (Continued f!rom first page) see-saw. Auburn missed a dropkick, and faile d to tie th e scor e . The losers could not pu nch th e line w he n they had to have t he ya rd s. It was a ga m e abo ut as eve nl y p layed a s any t hi s season . Peru w on a nd closed a foot ba ll season fo r Yerkes in triumph. Auburn we n t d own in honora b le defeat.

the program was bet t er rece i ved , It is inte resting , th ou~h unh owever, than th e ta lks by Hon . profita bl e , to compare sc ores. S ti II, T homas W. Blackburn, '78, Oma ha; ju'lt a minute , p lease. Wa hoo Supt. W. G. Brooks, '07 , Yo rk; won hapdi ly fro m U ni ve r s ity P lace

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Walter R. Pate was bo rn .in Jefferson County, India na; 80 he Address College Studen ts the Past Week. IS a Hoosier. But he could not Hunrlred s of le tters and te le - : have been ver~· old when he came The students of P eru heard two 1 i gra m s ha ve come to P eru com- i1 to Nebraska, " for he was in the speakers of importance t he past ' men d ing the Thanksgiv : ng pro- ~ state in 1878 He has been a Corn· week, Dr. C. C. Sherrod , of Peagram g-iven a t WOAW, Omaha .· husker ever since . The president Th body College for Teachers, NaEhe majority of th ese have come ; says that if he had had his way he ville, Tennessee anrl Mr. H ervey from Nebras ka. of course. Rep orts ; would have been born in Nebra~ka . IS ' th St t y M C A S fr . 1 j m1 , , a e . . . . ecreom a surpnsing number of states So we s hall not hold hi s fore ign ta h 0 1 1 east of the Rockie3 have com e to birth agains t hi m . j rDy, Smha a... t p t th r. errou came o eru o 1 e office. The farth est point The young man Wa lter graduat- tearn of the wor k of Nebraska's heard from is Edgewood • Rh o d e Ioldest teacher3' t ra1mng . . JnSt . .Jtu·

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Island. or is i t Winnipeg, Manito:ion. He had heard of P eru down ba? Th e national cap i ta l i lsten Pd in Tenllessee; so when he lef t on Supt L J. Gilkeson. in on the Peru pr o~;ram . The hi s tour of inspection he put Peru Dean W. N. Delzell. on his Jist. It was an hon or to Loy J . Gl.lke s 0 n was b or n 1· n Geo " r g ia h "cra <'kers" and th e Texas 1 Will iam N. Delze ll was born in Pennsy lvania. He arrived in Ne - 1 ong. orns" heard us. Reports Peru, to be inc luded from the s ta rt. braska in 1884, and has never bee n I cam: m from Rhode Is land, ConThe fact is that few teacher 's Carroll County, Ind iana . He came able to leave sin'! ~ . That last ' nectlcut. New York, Penn~ y l vania , training schools jn the West are with his fami ly to the prairie s tate . 1 Mar yland D istrict -of Co lumbia so well and so r·avorabl y known as of Nebra ska in 1883 . What he did statemen t may b e Interpreted a G . ' ' eorg1a, Texas , Arkansas. Michi. "Old Peru." num ber of ways. Th e rea d er 1s . bes ides get frcek led in hi s ear ly 'tt d t t k h' b . gan, Mmnesota, Ohio. Il l inoi s True, Dr. Sherrod called us t he • • perm1 e o a e 1s c 0 1ce. 1 "izzers;" and we hope that we days it may be wise to leave unsa id. The f u t ure sc h oo Imas t er gra d u- Ind1ana , Wi sconsi n, Iowa. Misso uri, In 1894 he g rarluated from Peru Co lorado, Montana, Ken- ed f 0 I N b h ' h are. We hop e that he learn ed a ted from As hland high schoo l · tKansas, k C d rom r ea ns, e 1.' . , 1g State Normal. Then he went into Then he went o ut into pub li c sc hool ucL.. v. l aRna ka . s~hoo l , and later at tended th e 1 eomething from Peru that he may oc and At lanta liked . h d b k the public sc ho ols, teaching in 1 tt e 1 work, a nd came back to P eru at . d ef u nct Orleans Co llege, and the use m what e ca 11 e the '· ac · U d · 11 D b d s . . . the mus ic. Da ll as comp l ime n ted d d'18 t . t f h S h , u na I a, un ar, an y racuse. Irregular mtervals untll he g radu- M M V D . old Lincoln N ormal University . war nc s J t e ou t · out . ary c ay. e>nmson, Texas. ld h Sh d k 1 He beca me associa ted with th e l 'k d . . In 1917 W. R. Pate graduated from we wou ave 0 r. erro now Un 1·ver.,·1ty Publ 1'sh 1·ng Company ated m 1911. Later he attended h' h h J "" t'r sc oo 1 1 e 1t all. Burk1tt.Q. th u · th a t 1'f we are " 1 zze r ~ . " we mten · d • . · f N e braska . . t he U mversJty o f N e b ras k a. ville, Md d M'rld l 0 . e nn•ers Jty o ... , A d I which concern he left in November, 1 1 Mr. Gi lkeson has ta ught at Mem- .ked ·' an eport. hw. Since the nine ties he has h6!e n to remam IZZers. n t e way our presid ent. Baltimore b .. . , . ._ 190o . to beco me a member of th e 11 C M Bl ff A I' active in the pub ll · c ~choo l s of "'eto e IZZers IS not to ue too . h orse u , r 1ng- liked M Bl kb L k PI d . 1~ . . ti . P~ru fac u lty. H e built up t he p IS, eresco, ton, and Harvard. In 19 18 he was · r. a c urn; a e aci ' braska. He has had charge of the supme 1Y satl s ed mth ourse 1ves. commzrcial department at Peru the or<'hestra. Milwaukee hear rl There are a lot of th i ngs that we taken from Harvard to become schools at Danbury, Trenton, Grafunti l in 19 12-14, it was one of the Dea n De lzell aQ if he were in th e are g'o ing to do . cou nty sup er intend ent of Clay ton, Sidney, and Alliance. In 1~ 1 0 largest in th e sta te. H e left the Herve; S mith , known to many commerce de par t ment to go into County. Unt il 192 1 he he ld the city. Michigan enjoyed the s iniZ'- he went to Al li ance where he has ing. South Dakota and MinnPsota h d h f th 't h high sc hoo l men of the s tate, paid county office w ith h eadquarters at a c arge o e c1 y sc oo 1 sys fi eld wo rk Las t yea r he was aplikec:l the e ntire ornQ'rl'!m. C:levea vis it to the young me n of Peru . Clay Center. ln 1 ~22 he was i;en. uu i. ii 1:1 23 , W;lt~ll h~ Ut::Cacn e iJui nted =xt::<: uLi Ve uean. Aln.i t uland, Ohio , complimenten Mis!'l .d f p .., Hervey Smith has bee n at th e elected field ma n at Peru, a nd in presJ ent o the eru :::ltate T each· day he is the "Tommy Clark" of Plaehn and l\;fi ss Burton; ConnersHi-Y camp, Ia, th ese many years. 1923 Februa ry, • he was appointed vil le. Indiana , c>omplimentecl Me>s- e rs Col lege. He has been at the State Fair Peru. super in tendent of t he Peru DemonPres ident Pate ha s a wide acThe dean attended Un iversi ty of srs. Jinclra and Crancle ll ; Reddin$!, camp for severa l years. Las t year stration Hig h S chuol. He is now C . t .. th . . q uaintance among the schoolmen h B , C "' Mich iga n. He took the University • onn . ,camp 11m en eu e mu s1c1ans. e was JYS amp :::lecre tary •In in charge of the elementary and 1 __ of the West. F or besid es hi s Tour of Europe in 1908. It wi II the S tate Fair Board. Mr. Sm ith int erest "pionet-rs" to know that secondary departments of the Peru In the East. public sc :1oo l w ork he taught gave a message of lt:ader ship Wed Teachers Co llege. A ll practice I Washino-ton, D . C.: "We enJ'ov - teacher training at Chadron State nesday morning. He is r ig ht in he prepartd f or college a t th e old Fteachers know h i m. .! ed th e speaking." H . c. and E. K Teache r s College for e leven months ; say ing th a t it takes a pl'rson from Ga t es Academy . · Allen and he had charge of th e Alliance the outs id e to t ell us what is th e CHANGE IN BAcKE'!' BALL HULES IJ EIGHTEEN MEN AWARDED COVETED P Riverdale, N e w York: N. L · Juni or No rm a '. He was president matter with us . And so Lloy d of th e North P latte Valley Teach· Geo rge may be right ~ h t n he lays New Stv le of PlayinR: Will Make Gilkeson Elected Captain of Next . E ng leha rdt, J r · · ers' Association. At prese nt he i . Albany, NewYork: A. M. K elhi s finger on th e weakness of Better Gam:s. Year's Eleven. has th e hon or of being presid ent of vla. America, a lack of train ed lead er the Nebraska S tate Teachers' A ~so The 1923 · 24 rul es for bas ke t ball Eigh tee n member s of the 1923 New York City : ''The mus ic ship. lr. takes mor a l fibre to be a . H e is a member of th e · ciation l:.> ader, as th e P e 1u g rad uat e kn ows , m c 1ud e a num ber of c hanges. Th e Bobcat footba ll squad were awarded came in fin e. " N . Kopf. th e coveted "P. " Im m edi a te ly j New York Cit y: " H eard yoJr University of Nebras ka <'hapter of who lost all his football ga mes and most im por tant of th ese has to d o the hono rary t eacher s ' fra tP.r nity, yet won a victory, a VIctory for with th e throwin g of foul goals. after the awarding of th e le tte r s, program . " Robert Hutchinson. clean ath le tics. The player aga ins t whom the fou l the men e lected a captain to lead I Brookly n, N . Y. : Walter Ca m p- Phi Delta Kappa. I Altho W. R. Pate has been p resi-1 In the evening Mr. Smith ta lked was marie no w tosses the free goa l. t he:: 1924 Bobcats. G le n G ilkeso n, . bell. ' 25, end, received a majo1 ity vote Redding, Co nn. : "HE-ard your dent of the Peru Teachers College to th e Y. M . C. A.. ta king as hi s This rul e was much needed, for too less than a 8emester, his influence theme th e love chapter of the many g ames were be ing wo n from on the first ba llot. "Gilk" w ill con cert, fine . " W. L. Be rry. Bible . . A large audience listened th e f,.ul l ine. Any player may lead the 1924 Bobcats; he wi ll r e - : Ed~ewu~~ · R. I. : ' 'Heard you has beeu felt a nd felt strong ly. 1 to the secretary . He later gave throw technica l fou ls ; but und er place Captain "B i tzie." last m g ht. Edga r M . Dex t er. Lo uis ville, Kentucky: A. T. , the men a talk on the Y. M.C. A. th e recent ru les they a r e few. The The following e ightee n men were ! t'tilade lphia : "I heard a man inand its s tand a rd and sser vees. A "iour persona l fouls" rule i ~ s uffiawarded letters : Captain B i tz ie , ' troducerl as a g r adu a te of the Cla ss Farnsby. North Little Rock, Ark.: "We further r epor t of the meeting may ci ent to check any t end ency to fou lCapta in-elect Gi ll<eson, Frary, I of 18 78. '' John J . Ma honey. Forrest Bell, Millard Be ll, Milam, J N ew manstown, Penn : Howard e nj oyed th e mus ic very much." be r ead in the Y. M. C. A. notes. ing that the new rul e mi g ht creat e.

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Burkittsv i l le, Md. : "Special applause to th e pres ide nt _of yo ur univers ity." Wi lli a m Enm s. Baltimor e : "E!!peci a lly e njoyed Mr. B lackb uan' s talk . " H erman A. Tegler.

H igg i ns. Wei mer re ce ived his first footba ll "P" . On t he fi r st ba llot G len G ilkes on was elected captain f or 1924. " Gilk" came to Per u fro m Clay Center. He has played end t wo Years, one u nder Coa c h Speer and one under Coach Graf. He is a hard, cl&an player , and o ne of t he best ends in t he Confere nce . ''Giik'' will lead a strong e leven in 1924. Very f ew of t he 1923 squad

T h e South Replies. Atlanta . Georg ia : " T he mus ic came in w ell. " Dona ld E . Drunkenmi ller. Ca lhoun , Georgia : J udflon M. Burch. Dallas Texas: "Complimenting M iss McVay. " Camp Dick Garage. D ennison, Texas: ''T ha nksgiving program, great stuff. " Denni 8or. H igh Schoo l. Bogota, Texas : T. J . Dozier .

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Personals 'I Peru cr ossed the Rockie•. that is, Classes part of t he R oc k'1es. H"m s da Ie, Circulat ion Manager M ..~ A d C da on tana r eporteu. n · ana WHEN DO WE STUDY? li ked us. Read wha t the Can ucks 1 in Manitoba said about us : . Are you lett ing yo ur outside activities take a ll your t1me ? Ar e ! w·wn1peg, . Mam. t o ba: " Th an k a II you ·giving your bes t efforts to th e extra -curri cul a r ? How many orga. n- ar t'1s t s co ncerne d . , R . R . Wa II er izations ca n you afford to belong to? these questions anc:l oth er s l1ke Hiinsdale, Montana: "Tha n k th"em demand your ~erious thought. The write r knows th e value of Peru for their wonderful proex tra-cur ri cular act i vi t ies. He has been in school a ll his life . He g ra m ." Hopwood. admits fran k ly that he has learned more ou tside the classroom than he Ft Co llins, Colo.: H. K. May er eve r learned in it. And yet he mainta iml that the coll ege is first of al t At Alliance in northwestern a place of acedem ic traming. That was a nrl i R its rai eon d'etre, its Nebraska par ti es of Iisteners heard ver y r eason f or exi s tence. And if you leavE: thi s imtitution or any the program at H . F . Thiele's and other like institution with athletic prowess, d rama ti c rep utati on, f orensic farr e . musical half cred its, and campus-po liti cal experi ence a t Harry Gantz's. It was Mr. Gantz who said: ··we heard it all from an d you have not acadPmic tra ining, you will have stormy days an d Browning to Longfellow. " nights on th e hi g h 10eas of th e teaching pr o fe~sion . Scme good ehip At McCook in southwestern Nehraska J oe Lowly reported that may re turn some d ay to r eport yo u a d irelict.

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the li stened in al ly unknow n altho two have bee n CHAPEL The Girls Glee Club sang for fnund ed 1hey are not attend ed. We In Nebraska chapel Wednesday morni ng. Under shou ld feel very g rtlteful for the No inclusive record is to be at· t he di rection of Miss Blankenshi p, ~>pl endici educat ional advantages te mpted of the messages r eceived with Mis'l McVay accompanying, that are being offer ed in our part , f ro m poi nts in Nebraska. The f olthe girls gave t hree numbers. They of th e cot:ntry. low ing is indicative of the i nterest opened w ith "The Sa ndman Am The G1rls ' Glee Club under the shown : a Soft ly Co min' " by Dvorak. This direc ti on of Miss Blankenship gave Hebr on: "We hea rd ever y was f ol lowed by the popu lar Iri sh a pleasi ng prog ra m Wednesday word. " Barbee melody, "Kath leen Mavourneen." morning. They eang t hree numGeneva: Mrs. George L Carlso n The last num be r was the Negro ber s: "Sandman Am a Soft ly Omaha: Jun e Cady. Comn ' .'' " Kat lee n MavournLincoln : B E Dill. song, ·'Swing A long." nee n " and "Sw ing long. " lf you Firth : Florence TeSelle, Richard Presi den t Pate then introd uced doubt that th e~c songs were we ll Obbink. Hervey Smith. of Omaha, who Wahoo : Berger Nordstrom. spoke briefly on t he price of lead· received j ust ask th e boys how they ershi p. enj oyed it. One of t he members Brainard: C. J. Dav is. One of the liveli es t. programs of of th e stronger sex was heard to Linwood: F . F. Mundi!. the year was staged at co nvocation, say , "Say, th ose gi rls can s ing, and Morse Bluff: Krause Bros. Friday. After a nnouncements by ar e't th ey good looki ng?" Slip Lawrence: "The end of a perfect President Pate, we were given an 'em a quarter, girls, or better yet, day." George Medsker. Stamford: L E. Naden. exce ll en t view of t he Pe ruv ia n give u s some mo r e music. Orleans : R. R . Pate listened· to staff at work. The duties of each Commendation For WOA W. hi s so n speak. member were empbaized c lea rl y (Continued Erom first page) Ma ny co mic situat ions we r e prePeru Thanks WOA W sented to th e embarrassment of c·m cmna . t.1, Oh 10: . H enry C. No one could have been kinder certain s tudents. Orner Sperry Heitmeyer. than WOA W was and has been then a nn ounced that ten minutes St u rg1s, · M1c · h . : Ch ar 1es Knox. to those hel pi ng with the Thanks. . " would be g iven to get tin g s igners 1 giving program. It is a j oy to · Aft b t h Ph "l Stevens Po1n t, W1s.: Congratuer o 1 os . f or P eruv1 ans. an d E• ver e t t s wor k ed W I' th spee d lat10ns from th e home of Wiscon- th ink t he best of humankind. And and energy t o ge t pledges sigued, sin's Sixth No rm a l School, and we think the best o f WOA W. . many thanks f or the splendid proProfesor W. F. Hoyt, who bore t he E• ver e tts were d ec Iare d wm- 1 . ht · t . ht 1g r am afforded." F. A. Walker t he idea of the Thanksgiving proners b y e 1g y-nme o e u~ y- • • M.D. gram, has our thanks. six. . f th f t Stevens Point, Wis.: " That was E M Th e nommees or e ea ure ighteen en Awarded Coveted p. section were announced. a fi ne program you gave us last tet)nllnued crom First Pare., Oneof th e follnwng ladiesand evening. " 0 · M. Neale, Director willbelost;andseveralhighschool of Rural Cou r ses. onP. of the following m en wll l be S star s are expected to report for d · t t th "S · . t tevens Point, Wis . : Jas. E. . 1 e pm D 1 11 pract1ce. e ecte to o represen of Peru:" Ella Teich, Helyn Hum- eMz~ · . Following the election of the llwaukee W · "M Ad bert, Marie Graybill and Myrl ! . • IS.. r s. ams captain the "P" Club organized · G R W'll Gl G' lk and I enJ oyed th e Peru program " . · Em nc k; eo. . 1 Y. en 1 - 1F · · Bes1d es the eig hteen lettermen . . I II an d J a mes C,on- 11 ' ·F. AdamR. eson, Mar k Deze , . JUSt mentioned, Prof. E. C. Beck 1 Ch icago, Ill.: 'Spl end 1d pro· . way. 1 , L T A ' and George R. W1l ly havP. letters . . . d" t t M I g ram . . . IFtrup . Th e P eruv1an g1ve, ere I o r. and bel ong t o th e or ganiza tion. Conway and Misses Louise Harri s, 1 .. Hou~e. of Rep resentative, Ill. : J ames Co n way was elected presiAmy Kite a nd Helyn Humbert for ! Splendid program rendered by dent. "N ick" Carter was elected theor ig inal program. ~ ~~ru, AN~br., Teachers College." vice p res id ent. " Lode" Bourk e Monday morning devotional exas. · r ego ry. was elected treasurer . T he Clu b er cise wer e led by Rev. El liott. Poeria, Ill. : C. R. Drysdale. is expected to begin its program

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The foll owi ng prices wi ll he i.1 effect up to Dec. 20th. Roses $ !.50 to $3.00 per doz. Carnations $ 1. 25 Narcissus $1.25 S napdragon $ 1.00 to $1.50 Ord ers received by 10 a. m . w i\l be in Peru same afternoon

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board , a s pring , a nd cord attac hHumor Section. menttl. One e n d of the cord is T he f o llo w ing was he a r d i n M iss Sophomores. f as t ened t o a shoe, or a h os ie r y, or Mio ne ' s h i s tor y c lass. D ub, havOur m e etin g of T hursda y; D e- a Cen tu r y H an dbook , or a pa int ing mi ssed one r eci ta t io n, was t o c .mbe r 7 , was one of rtJ U <:h . i n te.r~ buc ke t ,-,. or Charl ey's la s t le tt er. o btain h is a ssi g n m e nt fr om Mr. es t, a nd enth usias m . Paul Dunlap The ow ne r pr esses t he t a bul at ed Frary, wh o n o doubt ba d forg ot_t en 1 p resided a s pres id ~n t_. a~.d .~a.d,. . b.Q tto o, . th e,_~pr.ing .r o.lls the cor d . t o repor t t o Du b . T he f o llowt ng c h1l'tg~ of' _the .m e.eti ng. Some of Pr est~r t h~ ~?es_ir~d ar,ticl~ : l ~ ~s. be~ conv.er.sati on e nsued: th e W1lel',l.d.~d . ,ta lent e f th e ·class, f ore y ou . Ha nd y, isn' t 1t ? An y Mi s~ M t nne : W, ill yo u p le a se wa s ~·ept'esen tecj .. i"n th e prog ram. child ca n .o pera t e i t. It saveqiJTle give yo ur r~port, Mr. M i la m ? The,. 'fir~t n u m ber cons is t ecl of a a nd tr~uble. ~veni.ua lly, ;,..,hy not •. pu~: I · d_odn' ~ k n ow t hat I was

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her a ud ience wi th a r ead inii. The last mu si ca l n u m ber was gi ve n by t he Sop ho mo re Or chP.s tra , co mpose d of Mi lo Cla r k wi t h t he saxa phone; Mark Cra nd a ll who p lay ed

you r be d. In t he .:m or n ing w he n gi ve Mr : ,.Mi lam the su n waket h a nd p·e e pet h th r u Mr . F r a ry: Yes , I t o ld h i !"ll•. _b ~t the holes in y o ur bl inds, you can I g u ess it was too late. I p ress a but ton a nrl g e t any a r t ic le D u b: Yes, I guess it wa s. I was of cl ot hin g f o rthwi th-your ver y I in bed .

t he corne t and A lt on H are presiding at the p ia no. Af ter these m us ical selec t ions t her e was a s hort b us iness mee t in g . The so ph o more s a re ve rv bu sy working o n the a n nual f or 1924 a nd it i s u p t o us to mak e it t he bes t P eru vian e ve r pu t o ut h y t he Peru S tate Teache rs Co ll eg e .

ow n or what you borr owed fr o m Mr . Li nn: J a s ked yo u t o send a c ross t he ha ll. Wh y, a f e ll ow can me a you ng chi cken. fi n d h"~s co 11 ~r b u t t o ns, b o t h o f h's I J Butcher: Well , didn't yo u ge t a

Freshmen . The Freh m a n c la sss he ld i t s reg ular meeting T hur sda y , Dt ce m ber 6 . The m ee ti ng o pened with a n um be r by the g irls' q ua r tet ent it led " Mam'll y ' s Lil' Pil{eon . " T he q ua rtet is compoFed of H e len Li c h ty. Luci lle Meek , Opal J ackso n a nd Wil ma . Coat ney . As a n enco re they sa ng ' ' That Old Ga ng of M ine." Mr. Whi tten th e n t a I ked to t he class concerni ng th e budge t f or t he yea r . The c lass decided u p on class dues t o m ee t t he a nn ual b udget A ll Fres hme n a re urged an d r equested t o p ay th e i r dues be fo re the ho i i da ys Jun ior s .

A cla ss m eetin g was hel d Th ur Rday t o ilecide o n s pace in t he Pt'Tu v ia n. The c lass is no t la rg e. b u t i t w ill b e rep rese nted in " Th e Boo k . " Did yo u k now th at t he Juni or s take an act ive pa r t in eve ry scho o l orga n i za t ion ? l n th e cl a ss me et in g Fra r y loo ked so ve r y sad tha t hi s pl ight was noticed by th e sym pa thet ic Mr . Coll istE:r. Coll iste r inqu ired a s t o the trouble. "It's no u se," F rar y r eplie d . " L ove is like a n a u t omo bile t ire. Af ter t he fi rs t bl owou t, s he leaves you fl at. " Se niors. P r esiden t Wi lly called a mee t i ng of th e Seni or cl ass t o d ec ide wh e n th e c lass woul d have i t s befor e Ch ri s tm as par ty . T h e'· mem b ers of t he•c la ss d ecid e-d to" h a ve t he party December 18. The member s of thi s · c lass a r e G. R. Willy , · Miss Cryst a l Meyer, M iss At alanta CcJe·, Miss Ed i t h S mith, Miss Ma r y Wiltze, Mi ss Irma Casey, Miss Dessie Wr ight, Mr s. Haze l Ca rlson , and Mrs. F;. C. Beck . T he postgradua t es , M isses La ura Mac kpran g and E s t he r D e lzell, are c oun he l wi th th~ Pe ni or s. Miss N ona P alm er is class a dvi ser . Ten Sh ares for a N a me. C ontest Closes Jan. 1. A ce rta in me mber of o ur s taffNo matt er wh o. You are so cu ri ous . A cer ta in me m ber of our staff has an inventi on a discover y or whateveriti s . H e is having i t p atent· ed , r eg is t e r ed or copyri g h ted , whi chever i s cheapest. It is peculi ar ly helpfu l to dorm itor y g ir ls ; i t mi g ht be fitted t o t he desk s of certa in prof e ssor•. T he a ppara tus cons is t s of a key

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rl t he Gaye ty wh er e t hey pu rcha sed , seats in the balcon y. Wh ile g reat ly t i nte r es terl in the exci ting sce ne, J paper . Bur ke fell ove r the ban ist e r , onl y j ON THE CAMPUS. to he ca ug ht by Ca rte r, who r e- ~ M iss Madt:d ine G ross of Oma ha ma r ke d : "Fur good ness sake, wa s a g ues t of A li ce S ore nse n for Bu rke , c ome back. It's a dol la r a few da ys. and a hal luf down ther e!" D id T h anksgiv in g have a bad Fa t he r : What di rl you do with effec t on t he g irls of Mt. Vern on th e last c hecque I sent you ? Hal l'! We ll , we s hou ld say so. A ll Yo ust : Alma Ma t e r took i t a l l, one hears is : "My , b ut I' m t ired" Dad.'' We wond e r wh e th e r it was t he Fat he r : Anrl I t o ld you t o kee p I t urkey or t he g ue sts who ca used a way f ro m t he women . such wea r ne:>s . H ere ' s hopii ng t he ' ' Lovi n Sam " ha d t h e "Far Ewe l l ! wea r y o nes take adva n t a ge o f t hi s Blues," whe n he came "S t u m- 1 week and g e t fu ll y es te d up. Ti me is fl ying by , s o e ve ry one b ling " ho me f r om t he "Georg ia says, f or ius t . two we eks ti ll we Ca bin Door,'' w her e be h a d met wi ll b e ho meward bound aga i n. " Ca r olina i n t h e M orn i ng . " T hey Th is t im e to se e w ha t g o0d old wer e "Romancin g " in a ' 'Love Sa nta Claus has i n s t or e f or u s. Nes t" o n the " Oh io.· · w hen he r " Ag ra va ti n Pa pa " ca me along with E rnes t in e Rober t so n has prot he "Alcoho lic B lue s" a bout cla imerl th e loss of th e ' ' Pa r of My " T hree O ' clock in t he Mor ning, " Dream s. " Anyone fi nd i ng hi m, and " Cooled h is Doggi es" on t he please r e t u rn t o her . "Sheik of A la ba m." C h an ge in Baske tball Rules . F ir st Ch i m ney Sweep : Sha ll I (Con t inued fl·om first p age ) g o do wn firs t or s ha ll you? eve r two or mor e f r ee t hro ws are Sec.lnd Tech . Gra du ate : Oh, soot award ed . Th is a p pl ies a s forme r ly yourself . t o doub le fou ls, and n ow appli es

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wh en t.wo or mo r e fr ee t hrows ar e T hat's t he man I' m lay in ~ f o r, awa rde d t o t he 1ame t eam. In t he sa id the he n , as the fa rme r crossed lat ter case t i me i s r esu med whe n the ba r nyar d. t he bal l leaves t he p layer 's h a nd s Just a Minute. Please. f or th e la s t f ree thr ow . Ru le ll. Re ligio n is t he mo ti ve power of 4. A captai n may req ues t "time lif e , has b ee n, is, a nd always w ill o u t " whe ne ver t he ba ll i s d ead , or be. - P r es ide n t E lliot t . whe never in play i n possess ion of A las · f o r h im wh o n ever s hes. hi s t ea m . Ru le 11. (Beg pa rd on, J . G. W. ) 5. When a per son a l foul i s call ed , Knowl edge is t he mos t effectiv e t he plave r agai ns t w ho m t he f oul is com m itte d m us t a ttempt the cure f or k n uw in g ness ; and r eli g ion f o r r elig iosity. fr ee t hr ow o r throws; th at r e Did yo u ever wa tch some s tu q ui re ment holds unl ess t h e p layer e ntitl ed t o th e thr ow must leave deuts study ? Ob, th ey t h ink th ey t he game be cause of t he inj ury , in are s tudy i ng. But t h ey a re not wh i ch e ven t the s ubstitute m ust Th ey a r e e i t he r ga t heri ng goat~ fe ather s ur weav ing eat 's -crad les at t em p t t h e t hro w. This is 't he ou t of s t a r s h ine. on ly case in whi~h a ny p layer ex~ e p t t he one ag ains t who m a E .H~S ( l '&l ld Gla ~ses fit t ed per sona l f o ul is co m mitt(.d , may Sa ti sfa c t i on g ua r An teed a tte m p t the f ree t hr o w. Th e fr ee F x . f e e g ood f o r t wo yea rs t hrows af te r te chn i ca l fou ls may be ma de by an y pla yer. H.ul e 13, Da· . M. M. M a cVeau, secti on l. S pec iali s t 6. Whe n a per son a l f o u l is com E ye , Ea r , Nose a nd T hroat m itted a gains t a p laye r who is i n Offi ce ove r Buck' sB o ote r ie hi s own goa l zon e , two f r ee t hrows Ph one 69 N e br. City are awar ded on ly when t he off end . e d p [aye r is i n p ossessio n of t he You use e i= en m usc'f:s w he n ba ll. you f r o w n ; fo ur make a sm il e ' 'Uste o ptby h e 1ps you t o rest Reme m ber w hy th e p in has a yo ur face " h ea d. Dr. E .. R . Rey nolds, Auburn What doth a man' s m oney p r ofi t Nebr . , I n Peru t wi ce each week ' him , if h is w i fe is hi s widow ? P hone or wr i t e f o r appo in tme nt:

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NUMBER 11

PERU , NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1923.

Football Schedule for 1924

COLLEGE BASKET BALL SCHEDULE

All--Southeastern Nebraska Football Team

FOUR HOME GAMES

List of Peru's Games in Nebraska Conference.

ZORN, OF FALLS CITY, IS CAPTAIN

:-. . . . . .~. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .._._~. . . . . . . . . . . .._. . · Jan. 10, Nebraska c~ntra l at Ccn · j.a_..-. . . ..-~.-.--.~~~--------~--~--~~--------~ tra l City. Flack, Auburn . .. . .. . . . ............ left end Jan 11 , Grand ·Island at Grand Oct. 3 ... . ... ..... Tarki o at Tarki o. Mo. Brock, Tecumseh ........ . . . ..... left tackle Island. Oct. 10 ....... . . . .. Midland a t Fremont Davies, Verdon . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . left guard Jan. 12. Kearney at K'earney. Oct. 17 ...... . ..... Kearney a P e ru Wil l iams, Auburn .. . .. . ...... ..... . center Jan 18, Doane at Peru. Oct. 24 ... ... ...... D oa ne at P e ru Fink, Tecum seh, . ............. ,right guard Jan . 23 , York at Peru. Oct. 31 ............ Cot n e r at Per.u Heywood, Peru, ...... .. ....... r ight tackle Jan. 30, Omaha at Omaha. Nov. 7 . .. ... .. . ... Wa yn e at Wayne Miner, Tecumseh ................ ri~ht end Jan. 3 1, Midland at Fremont. Nov. 14... . .... .. . York at Peru Graves. Pawnee City, ........ . quarter back ' Feb. 2, Wes leyan at Peru. Nov. 2 1 ....... ... . . Omaha at Omaha Zorn, Fall s City, (c) ... ..... .. .... . left half Feb. 4, Grand Is land at Peru. or Gr'd Is land at Gr'd [Qlan d Case bee r, Nebraska City .. .... . . . right half Feb. 6, York at York . Nov. 29 ...... . .. ... C h a dron at Chadron Bath, Peru, .............. . ...... fu ll back Feb. 7, Doane at Crete.

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Coach Lo_n R Graf and Faculty meu are likely to be back except Feb. 15, Wesleyan at Uni. Place. Honorable me nti on: Boatman, 1 good head, and a sid est e p. H e Representative R. D Overho lt h ave ; Bru nsdo n, w ho ex pects t o coach ia F e b. 2 1, Nebraska Central at Peru. Shubert; Lea hy, Peru; Hadraba. l will have a g r ea t backfie ld to lead just return ed from th e meeting of Hl24 And th ere a re t he let t er Feb . 23, Chad ron at Peru. Plattsmouth; La mbert , Auburn. i n Zorn, Casebeer and Bath. t he Ne braska Confe rence at Lin- men: Sanrlberg, Co nwa y, Higgins , Feb 29 , Co tner at Pi!ru . Bauch, Falls City; Delze ll, Peru; The e nd positions were given to coin. The coach came back w ith Bo urke, Wllliams. Delzel l. Buising, Th e>r~ ma_y be so me change>s nec- 1Krecji, Plattsmouth; Whi t a~er , F lack of Auburn. a nd Miner, Tet he football s che dul e pre tty defi- Matthews, and t he Be ll brothers. es~ary m th1s. schedule. . Ho weve r , Falls City; A Jber s, Nebraska C-1 t y ; r.umseh, ~ft e r some competelion 1 ni tel y decided. Only one g ame . Tne Be lls are ex p eri enced m en. th1 s schedu le 1S p~etty well fixed: Sloan, Verdon; Mandcry, Tecum- ~ from Na v 1aux, Nebraska City, and t hat on Nove mber 21, i s not yet No be tter defens ive bac k plays iu Other ga mes wll l be added w•th seh; Gou ld, Tecumseh; Curtis, Au- 1 Boatman, Shube rt. Flack sh owed certain . The game on that date I Nebraska circles than Forres t Be ll. out-of-the-conference teams. Tabor burn; Blakes lee, Nebraska City: j to advan tage until late in the seawi ll be played on a foreign g rid- J The other m e n, dav e th e vet. ran I College and Tarkio Coll ege wi ll Richard s , Pawnee City. I so n . H e was watched care fully iron, ei ther w ith Grand Is land or Sandberg, are yo un g an d ce rtain doub less be a dded to the hom~ bi ll . ) The votes of the coach es i n \ thruout thi s section. Miner, Te· with Oma ha. Omah a Un i versity t o be much be tter in 1924. Conway One of th e two may play b efore _selecting an All Southe a t se rn Ne- cumeh, i s an experienced e nd. He has been admitted t o the C onfe r - r e ceived h onora ble menoiton from the Christmas h'o l idays. · J. braska Football T ea m wen~ som:- P_lay a hard ~arne b oth on defenence, and the Bobcats may take "lndian" Sch ul te, for instance , what scattere> d. Especial ly was th1 ~ s 1ve and offens 1ve. 8 o b cats D aogerous. 1 the metropolita n lads o n . Higgins play e d hi s first footbal ).aad a '"true of the line. No two seemed Brock, th e Tec um se h captain, Captain Ted Weimer will " The Bobca t s start th e season l in 1920 . Such seco nd s tr ing men . . t W. . to a g ree on a forward wa ll . The and Heywood, t he Peru captain, 1 dangerous qu1ntet 1n 1!J 24 • e• · . away from h o m e. T hey be g in a s P eck. Bogl e , TayJor, Conk le, h. If . f th .f . t backfield, h owever, was not d1 ffi - we re v .Jt ed h onor s at tackle. m er 1mse 1s one o e m nes · . . . against the forwar d- passing Ju tfit Cowel i and th e Parriotts are W<Jrth H cult. to se lect. The f o ur men BrtlCk 1sa b 1g, expen e nce d tar.i< 'e, 1 cag-ester'> in the sta te. e came . _.. I f h b . representing Tar ki o College . T h e watch ing . And i f s uch me n as awarded th e places easi ly r ece1veu 1 one o t e es t m sc uthPa !:st .Nef rom H:nri y wht> r e they pl ay fancy 1 f1rat r,,..rtf<>r e!:'-".9 g 2 _--ne ~~ \-.-i th 1Zoro, Bat h , Casebee r aud H eywood a majorty vote. Weepi in g Wate r 1bral:'ka . Wilber fo und him a d e.., basket hall He came to P e ru where Coach Speer ' s Midland Warriors. turn up at P~ru in the fa ll , the an d Etmwood were no t heard from. mon Heywood played a s teady t h ey d ea l in the sa m e brand. Weineer seem to be try ing Bobcats are due a winner. Both of th ese Cass county e leve ns game. Heywood and Bath did all Graf and S ~mer was next t o Rothert th e hi g ht he Dawson-Zuppke s cheme The Cotner staged a fo o tball ba nquet est po i nt winner in th e conference played good footba ll . Elmwood, the work against Nebraska City. · 1 b · h K in fact, would have made any_ team 'I The g ua_rd s were not eas il y se · home gam,es w1l e w 1t earney. jus t as if the Bulldop:s h ad_ t_aken in 1923. Weimer is a center; and in thi s section p lay _for a v_•ctory le_ cte d. F~nk , Tec umse h, and Wi iK ea r- 1 th e Conferen ce title . Th a t IS th e Doaoe, Cotner, an d Yor k . The e leven selected d1d not mclude I IJams, Auburn we r e eve nly match a ~ 0 od onP~ H e ha s six let t e r men of th e un- players from thn se two school s. ney and Doane wi ll have very goo d 1 tipir i t that makes for t h e r epu tat i on eri at ce nte r. The vutes were so t eams. Pe ru go t bu t three p oints of a sch oo l and a t ea m , w in or defeated Bobcats and one lett e r Zo rn. the p opu lar ha lfbac_k of the 11 sc_atte r ed for g uard tha t _ _F ink was agai nst the two of t hem thi s yea r . lose . The Bo b cats e nte r t a in the man from a form e r t eam to start Fall s City t ea m, was g 1ve n the g 1ven one g uard pos1t1on, a nd 1 Cotner will be much b e tter tha n Bulldog!'! at Peru i n 1924. We th e com in g season. The veteran h onor of captaining the mythical 1·I • 11 iams wa s 1eft a t cente r . The i n 1923. Yo rk is an un kn o w n a l ways ex pec t a ti g h t game with Frary i s a forward. Gilkeson, e leven. Zorn is a good p laye r and , othe r gua r d wa~ award e d t o Da v is, 1 1 Co tn er; quantity. and we a lw a ys get what ca ptain-e lert of th e footba ll te am, h v d 1. ma-'e h'•s l.!ttf'r at fo rward last a good leader. Coac h Yerkes call ed I t e... er o n 1ne ma n . 1 1 The Bo bcats Je d by Glen G ilkeson we expect. u him o ne of th e finest s portsme n in : ::5eve r a vo te s we re procured by will have a veteran nucl e u s around j Miss Marshall:--;;~ estee m~d year. Sandber g was a pr e- war th e game. For hi s ru nn ing mate II AI hers , th e · N ebr a ska City ha lfwhich to make a team. The 1923 . librarian , was tak e n s udd enly 111 sta r a t Old Pe ru Milam, All- Sta t e he has Case bee r, the fleet and fear- back; Krecj i, the Plattsmouth tea m had eig ht men m e nti o n e d in Fr id ay and ha s bee n co n fi ned to gua rd, and Bitzie, A ll-Sta t e g uard, ed Nebraska City star. Case beer J quarte r bac k; and L a mbert, th e · s. · h e r room in t h e Cl u b House e ver a r e e li g ible f or the seaso n. Bitz ie pl ayed fu llback; hut th e maj ority ·; A u b urn g uard. 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hut D e lze ll rs g o ing to so me : The Pawnee lad has a goo d toe , a mind than in th e body . on e s tep to play r eg ula rly. Ut'ON THE WAT ERS Any number of hi g h school me n 1 Peru 19, Stella 12. I Peru 22. Ste lla 2. THE PERFECT GIFT ·e May H ann a. A p lay a r e making a bid f o r r ecog nition. I Hinkle a nd An vi lle s tar By Tacl Selk and A lmand d o good wor k . By El izabeth H. Hanley. A pag t ed by th e Dra m a tic Club, It is too ea rl y t o tell who wi ll come j 19 Peru, 22 eant p r esf' nted by th e D ram at ic 6e:see;ber 2 0. out as likely Team A ca ndi dates. Peru, F' F' . ,.., G. u. F Club, Decem ber 20 . M i llard Be ll The follo w in g town s a r e repre· -1 G. F. G. ·1 0 0 1 2 Spirit of Ch ri s tmas Mildre d Pate Mr. B e s s ie G i llan se n t e d: P e ru Pre p , S tell a, Fall s . N ew ton f. Haraj ian, f. 1 8 0 Spl·r.· t of Star G lady .; S ea r s Becky, hi S SISt e r J c ·t Pawnee C ity N eb raska Cit y I Pete rson f. 1 0 I Selk , f . 1 . . 1 w H e le n ones I 1 v, • ' 1 f 1 l 0 Spirit of Tree Clarence G rand y Mrta h a , s •_s ter-l_n M y rl Em ri c k Waco, Shi ckley, Douglas, Auburn, ! AOams . 2 0 I Kelly, c 0 0 0 Spi r it of Re ceiving Ethe l L inda hl E le anor, s Jster-w - aw M Qu i l ler : Beatr ice , a nd Adams. f. 0 0 c. , 0 Mrs Smithson rs. j · - - - · -. · 1 Lea Y c. s '. Co we ll, g . 0 0 0 Dacnc ing Spirits: · d M Maa r i ce Boren Miss C lara M . M~nne , act10g . Parriott c. 0 l 0 0 Self-Denial Est h er Delz e ll T~e Ragge a n Pea r l N ~ who use I head of th e history de partme nt, ! Anvill e g . 3 l 0 Arga bri g ht, g. 0 . . D 1r e ctor Ch ' S t d Heywood g . 0 0 21 · Stella 2 W1 sh fo r H ap p m e ss t Dramatic C lub pro - wa s calle d t o Jcago a ur ay , D 1 11 0 2 ' 1 F'. G. F. 1 T h e n ex . in Ja nu a ry . I be cause of th e ser iou s illne ss of Me ~e g. 0 0 G. E rn es tin e R obertson I W w ill b e g 1ven aJors g . 0 H f 0 1 0 Good Will F er n ~re g ram Ja ys chosen is "The her unc le. Th e unc le ha s been in Dallam g. 0 0 0 ! oppe . 2 0 Love E ll a Te 1eh One of t h e pd l t . k s , f rom Vic- charge of t he wes t er n divi si on of Ba ldwin c. 0 0 U j Law f. 0 0 0 . h p 's Can e s I C • · Burke c. 0 B IS 0 Spiri t of Ho ll y b o' s "Le a Mi se r ab les." t he Woodr ow Wilso n FoundatiOn S tella, 12 2 0 C larence Haw x Y tor Hqg _ - f tb dri ve H e moved fr om New York G. F. G. F Young c. 0 9 0 t a go o d oo a 11 · f · ht f 0 0 0 Winfrey g 0 Spiri t of Mi st l ~toe . i C hadron got o u w "ll- t o Chi cago to t ake care o th1 s ng · · l W e lcome WJi ls . h Eag le . We a r e l . hers like it A Bur k e f . U 1 l A lmand g . 0 Ot t o O akes 1ssu e of t e n no li tt le credi t enterpn s~ a n d ot . . · . Hinkle H . f . 0 0 0 Director Ken t o n Poy nter ing to g i ve Ch acdro II mac h ine. T h e blood vesse l bu~s: m hl s b~a•n, Timmerman f. 0 0 00 T he Pedagogian wi shes a l l its Stage manager . l' t of ma kin g hi s cond 1t10n very sen ous. N e drow c. 1 1 , f o r t he 1923 footba · · d t h e h os p 1ta 1 Y k h f r eader s a Me rry Chri s tmas and a 2 3 1 D Woodma n , cut t hat t r ee. B obc ats e nJoy e . ng back f o r S tudents kindlY too c a rg e o Hmk M M e11 . g . 0 I Happy and Pros perou s New y ear , . th e E a g les, and ar e g o • Mi ss Minne ' s classes th e past wee k. c u en g . Spa r e n o t a s ing le b 0 ugh. mb e r ~g , 19 2 4. In you t h it w e lted m e , mo r e o n N ove Ar:d I r esent it now.

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If you do not r eceive your Pedagogi an leave notice in the Pedagogian box in th e Administration builriing. GEO. R. WILLY DAVID COSTELLO CRYSTAL MEYER l{UTH SANDALL MILDRED PATE DOROTHY WADE

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Mountain region of the Y. W. C. A., who was visiting the campus, kindly consented to tell us about the student problem in foreign lands. She traveled in Eurooe this summer studying the student conditions, so her talk was authentie and interesting. She explained the difficulties that foreign t~ tudents must overcome in order to gain higher learning. She emphasized the fact that they "pay a price to get an education. " The Student Friendship Fund is strug· iling to give aid to these brave students. Besides this it is striving to promote better feeling

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A halt' century ago I was a student of the State Normal School, among the. ~at ions. . We ~ho.uld 1 of Gift Things. The choicest and best having en ter ed the fall term of 1872. The presE nt college was then feel that giVIDI' to th1s cause IS a the market affords housed in the s ing le building where the dormitory now stands privilege and not a burden. t was an old-fashi oned brick structure heated by llt ove and primiti v Pep was the password of the Shop early and save money. O ur new illustrated catalog ndeed compared with the present buildings In the year 1873 the Everett chapel Tuesday morning is free . Send us your name and address on a postal card new building was erected with the tower, to the ea~t of the dor mi- in th e H. S. Assembly. Every and we will mail our n ew catalog to you at once. tory . Both these buildings have passed into h1 story. The old build. number was thoroughly enjoyed ng was burned and th e later building wrecked. Moder.1 struc· and appreciated by the Hi g h School and College strident>. Mark t ures have taken th eir places. Crandall played two cornet so los. Our classes were small and th e Lawy ers, doctors. teacher s• total attendance wa11 less than 100. preachers, business men and moth- The Everett quartet, compos : d of Afte r t he new building was erec ted ers-they have helped to make Stuart Blades, Paul Dunlap, Wei · 903 Central ave. Nebraska City, Nebr. th e students taught classes of town 1 hi story. As 1 run thru the names come Wills anri Alton Hare, gave pupil:> -pr acticed on them f or the as they occur to me while I speak some "Back to the Farm" selecwork of teaching in the schools of ~ I find a supreme judge, a congress: tion ~ . Girls. you didn't know how the 11tate. man, several district judges, thr ee stunning these s tarchy lad.! would ~----------------------------Fully half of the young men and or mor.:: minis ters, several bankers, look in farmer togs, did you? MaThe .Peop.le's Store will save you money on young wornl'n did their own cook- a doz en good lawyers and severaJ rion Marsh should be commended good things to eat and wear. Give us a call. ing, and the young man whose coll <?ge profes!'ors. We have had for her splendid readings, centered s ister:l wer e in sc JOol with him was a secretary of state, two superin- about the foreig n proble m. Give them a call Phone is No. 52 especially fortunate . Board and tendent:> of public instruction, a And th en, to be sure, they looked r oo m cou ld be h1d in th e villagt l:lt state auditor and a number of sup- like "Everett Babies," and thev from $2 50 to $3 .50 per week. erintendents of schools and county acted like babies. but really they The best boarding house in the s uperintendents not to mention . were only Zenas Teich, of campus other county officials . • r enown ;" Lucille Harris, of dormFOR GHRISTM AS city was Mrs. Martin' s home just You may be amused when 1 tell i tory fame; Vivian Rowe, Omaha no rth of the new building and th e "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS'' you that Peru was an active and warbler, and Stuart Blades, winner plutocrat s of that daJ paid the potential rival or the Nebraska of first prize of the baby contest. Will have plenty of Roses, Carnations, Cut Poinsettias. good lad y $ 3.50 per week for room University in those eventful days. Did you r ecoJZn iz3 them? A ny way, Narcissus and Swset Peas and board. We had more students than the we liked their music and wished 1 In dfants-the finest of Cyclamen, Poinsett1as, General Thomas J . Morgan came University and a d ploma from for more. Loo kl'l are de, eiving to 1 Ferns and Begonias. to the school as principal in the Peru was quite as desirable as a be sure. fall of 1872. Miss E. C. Morgan Univer.sity degree. ..... Quick service . ..... We hope all the organizations SIMANTON & PENCE wa:; the preceptres, and the other The old town or village was as will note the ~p irit in which the S unn ys ide Green House, Phooe 95 teach ers were Prnfesssor Straight Fall s City, Nebr. primitive as th e schoo l. There were Everetts responded to encores. and Mi sses Burt a nd Dickenson. no sidewa lks and Peru mud was Come again. Everetts. With the exception of Prof.' Straight they were a ll n ew comers. famou s for its depth, consistency and constancy. There was not a Miss Alice Hanthorn The preceding year th ere was a E. 0 Z Y ,l\ F -=brick store in the village anri the The wes t itself is personified in .._, breaking up of the faculty and the Meals S bort Orders nearest railway s tation was Wat· the s miling brown eyes, their corschool entered upon a new career. son, Mo. Brownville was the near- ners laug ht er wrinkled, the flash H · D• FR ARY, Proprietor In my humbl e opini on th e en- es t metropoli s and t hat sprightly of s t rong, wh 1te ' " b urn, Nebraska teet h , the qt:ick, ,,u trance of Morgan upon the village mair.tainecl one of th e best firm hand-c lasp of Mi ss Alice scene marked an epoc h in th e de· high schools in the state. There Hanthorn, who has just finished velopmentofo ld Peru. Heestab- were about as many s tud ents in her fi rst wee k as supervisor of the FARMERS AI 'I' ENTION'• li shed a high er co ur se of study and Brownville High Schoof was in the southeast e lementary schools Senri 25 c:nts fo r a Bookle t. a ll a bout a field crop that will s timulated the ambition ot th e M' H h pay goo_d tnte rest on $300 00 land. A crop th t b 'ld Normal School. Their course of 1ss am orn for the past two your so li Write today. · a Ul sup s tud ents fur better work th an ha d stud y was quite as high as ours years supervised the grade schools t heretofore been attempteri. and hence there was some ri va lry and kindergartens of Lincoln, NeM . A. Lar!'ilon., Central City, Nebr. , We had· no library ; we had no betwee n the schools which was ap- braska. She is a graduate of the laboratory; we had the old Philo- parent when a match ~arne of base· University of Nabraska, and just thi s summer co mpleted work for A V (; N U .[; S T 0 R (; ' mat hean Socie ty and we had a ball was arranged for . s mall corps of capable teachers. All thi s was then. I am proud her master's degree at. Columbia Our Fancy Box stationery . General Morgan formed a hi g her of th e school as it was th en, proud Univers ity. Writ 1" n g p apers and Envelopes course of study, and in 1873 we of the s plendid spirit of faculty Rigid r outine and uniformity were to have one graduate, Mr. w. and s tudents, proud of th e records irk .Mi ss Hanthorn. "I be li e ve in Stewart Black, but he was drowned made by those early stru gg-ling fe ttmg teachers work out t hei r RE a short time Leforecommencement, young peopl e wh o were ea rning l own ideas," she flays. "There is PORTABLE TYPEWRITER and so no diploma was issued. their way thru schoo l, who were no reason for making schoolroom ~XCeptlonttl High Grad C The following year f our gradu- s incere seekers for knowl edge, a drab container for dea d ideas." 1n one-ha.lf and one ates received their deirees as sturdy pioneers and ninety-five per· Mi ils Hanthorn was a train ing W1ll make ~ood • normal graduates. These were cent of th em have made goori in teacher for several years in the E. H R 1S Hugh Dobbs of Beatrice, Vesta thebattleof life . state normal school s of l owaand • TMAS GIFTS Noyes of Blair, Leslie Burch and As to now, let 8 younger. gradt:- ' Nebraska . That may be one r(>ason Alice Dailey of Peru. These four a te take th e bat with the be~· t ' that she enj oys having new teach• w1s es o th e ancients and the hope ers come to er w1t t e i r probgraduates st i II 1ive. · h f I h . h h My class graduating in 1878 also that th e trac!itions of our beloved lems. consisted of four: John Winters old scho ol may be maintained. Outdoor sports appea l to her Alice E merson, Nellie Harmon and Thomas W. Blackburn, ' 78. immensely- sw imming, hiking, and myself. Both th e ladi es have gone learninJZ to dri ve a car. However CHAPEL to. the i r fi na I reward. These two she rather dreads taking her Monday morning He le n Carman mac h'me th ru Cleve Jand ·Wer e the last Of th e very smaf I trafic. clas::.es. sang a beautiful sacred solo, "Pen- Nebraska prairies aren't. so crowd· But ~mall -as our numbers were, itence," accompanied by Mary Me- ed . - Cieveland P la in Dea ler. Vey. lt he lped us to be wholly the ancients still on earth point Shallow men believe in luck, alive to th e splendid ta lk that fol with pride to the achi eve ments of lowed. Miss Inskeep, National str ong men believe in cause a nd their associates in those early days. Student Secretary of th e Rocky effect.

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Pinal Treatment Every one unites in w_is hing a for the scalp and hair recovery for Miss Burson, pre fer Glo-Co. who was taken to a hospital in dohnson & ,Helm's Omaha because of illness. We Baseme nt Shop I hope she:will be )V ith us soon aga in. Durin'! the first of th e week we We boost Peru- and Feed you too had as our guest Mi ss Inskeep the BURLINGTON CAFE ' National Y. W. C. A. secre~ary. One block north Bur lington Depo t During her visit she ga ve many_ Nebraska City, Nebr. inter esting talks which were en· j oyed by a ll. 1 If o ne should ask what the sub Say It with Flowers: Ject of mo. s t discussion is at pr esent, F r es h cut ff owers for any occasion such as weddings birthIthe answe r would mo!lt certainly I days a nd pa rt ies. We g row our own flowers. be, " Chri stmas vacation beg ins DeGreenhouse ~nd sto r e, co rn er G: E. Berthold, Florist ce rn ber 21, 1923." At thi s t im e 6th s t. & F1 rst Corso Nebra~ka City. Neb r.

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we will bani "h books and teacher s for ten prec ious da ys. wh ile we vis it fri ends and family. 1 Mi ss Helen Sta llsmith is at the Methodist Hospital in Omaha ~on­ valescwg- from a recent operation f or appendi c itis I While driving to Omaha last Wednesday morning, Mr. Jorgen · sen' s car turned turtl e on the slip · per y road near Union With him 1 were Mi ss Tolin and Dr. Stone' cypher, who taking Mi ss Burson to the ho"pi tal for a n opera! ti"on. They escaped with minor brui ses . Miss Burson was none th e ' worse for her unfortunate trip,

DO l'OUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT CLEVELAND'S Toy Stock~ are complete And al.l the family l:an oe fitted out fron our well a~sorted stocks

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It's the cut that co.unts T~stes in fa b.-ic differ; yol:l may prefer a blue, brown or ~ra~ tone; a rou~h or ~rnooth finish. But the clofhes H re smart onlv if the cut is correct . A. great variety of fabrics, right cut and moderately price~ in

nitely fix ed. The team pl ays against Dunbar High School, champions 1of Class B in the Peru tourna ment o n January 4, at Dunbar. T he 1 ! team meet s th e L egio n Team of Pawnee City at Pawnee, J a nu ar y 8 and ~5. On February 1, lh e team plays agains t Thurman Hig h I I Schoo l at T hurma n, Iowa. Besid es j it is pre tty d efinitely se ttled th at j Dunbar wil l ~chedul e a seconcl game, a nd th at th er e wil l be games with Ste ll a , Weeping Wate r, E lmwood , F all Ci ty, and Neb ra!' ka City . S hen.and oa h, Ia. , may acce pt 1 th e date offered. Games are pending with Dana Coll ege, of Blair, and Seward Seminary, of Se ward ; Any t ea m wi s hin g t o schedu le th e ' Reservess should com mun ica te with Coach Lon R. Graf or Prof. E. C

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The differen ce la ter on in life is the differ ence between "Success " and ·'Failure" .

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S evera l names for th e apparatus adverti sed las t week have been = = = = - ====================== 1 r ece ived. Fe tcherin and Gi ttim We can r eb uild and r ene w three pairs of yo ur co mfo rta ble old . ar e tw o trad e na me t hat t he coms hoe:; f <> r th e pnc ~ of one g.ood new pa ir. " Ji'lexible j mittee wi ll consider. Soles used on women 's shoes. Two new ulOeS for t he machine have been suggested by inter es ted part ies. Certain ILinn Resta ur ant

THE BEST SHOE S HOP- Elmer Ring~r, Proprietor.

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Bas k e tball io 1923. lie ve that our success was due Oak land, Iowa, on the r a dio map and alleys ?" If you haven't you 've N o w t ha t t h e 1924 season is up Philomathean. largely to Miss Ins keep' s earn est- by a series of co mmunity a nd m i11sed someth ing . Miss on us i t is n ot inappropri a te that Did you ever see such a bunch o f ness a nd e nthus iasm , show n durin g I church p rograms and it was thru We will expe~t to see '" . k' . he r shor t stay with us. We feel ! t hese that Peru firs t came in touch Plaehn go ou t fo r track after the we rev ie w t he season of 1923. ro II 1c 1ng you ngsters.7 r r om da10ty · . t ha t both the Y. M. and Y. W. with l'li m. He is a Ji ve wire whom exh i b it ion s he made. We had a The Bobcat s n e ver lost a g ame · in M ary J an e (ou r f orme r fnend Confi d .d bl • 1 pro te co ns1 e ra y by her sp le n- it is a pleasure a nd an ins piratio n keen time dancing, oh, yes, we Nebras ka; t h ey lost by but one way ) to k1d Freckles wh o always I d'd · Haskell In dians at gets blamP.d for e ve ryt hin g (fo r- I 1 co-op~rat J o n. _ to meet a nd hear . The as tron omy did, the Virg inia r eel. t ha t is point to t h e class wi sh t o thank th e students, And then the eats! Were t h ere I Lawrence . WITH OUR CLASSES . me r IY our f ri end Kathryn J oi ner ), 1 yea, bo! they were a merry crowd! ' faculty a nd town people wh'o by eve r such ? Ice c r eam in the s hape , Peru ...... ..... 26 Wa yne .... .... .... 16 But to y ou peo lpe who wer e so unSophomores. t h ei r cooper atio n have mad e thi s j of toys : dogs, Santa Clauses, ele - Peru .. ... .. .. ... 43 Ta bo r . .. ...... .... 14 f ortunate as to mi ss th e Philo The Soph omore class meeting co urse possible . pha nts, e ng ines, and turk eys. T~ey I1 Peru ........... .36 Cotn e r .. ....... .. 9 "kid" party, we will give a word j was opened Thursday mornin g by . . . 1 were the cleverest ever. And ll tle Per·u ......... .. 28 K ea r ney .......... 9 of explanation. . a bea uti ful vocal so lo by Mi:;s j Orchestra Entertatns Dtstrtct 12 . 1cakes with P. D. C. on t op. Oh, Peru ..... ...... .49 Mid land ... . ...... 18 1 The Phil oin at hea ns met. las t Thurs- I La ura Mackprang, and an e ncore, , On Friday evenin g o f las t week it was wo r t h go ing for the eats P e ru ...... . .. .. 4 3 Dana .............. 7 day evening in the hi g h schooii"S mil in' Through." Re becca Gra· ! the College Orchestra e n tertained al one, and ever~ on e hated to go j Peru ........... 33 Wa y ne ....... ..... 10 asse mbly roo m. The program was ham accom panied her at th e piano. I the school c hi ld re n and patrons of home when th e l1ghts blinked. Peru ... .... ..... 3 2 Midland .... ..... 1~ put on by the yo ungsters i n t rue The class quartet rend er ed t he Dist rict No. 12 and vicinit y. 1 • • Peru .. ...... .. . 36 Cotner ............ 14 youngster fas hi on. T he fi r st num- next numbe r, "Juanita." and "The After meeti ng at the ad mini stra- 1 The Peruvta n . I Pe r u .... .. .... . 33 Kear ney ........ 0 he r was a rea d ing, "A Rea l Good Bull Frog " T he qua r tet consi~t- ti on bu ild in g , t ~e or chestra group Editor V . Rowe ~f the sn~psh~t Peru ... ... .... .. 28 Chadron .... .. .... 9 Bny," by Ha r la nd Tay lor. And 1 ed of Jim Conway, Ro be rt Whitt i- we re ~ us~ hoep 1tably. esco rted to d epa~ t ment of_ th e ~4 Peruv r_a n, lS I In 1922 the Bobca t s took the t~at ~ot h er's an ge l actually forgot more, Paul Dunlap. a nd Forre~t the D1stnct ~c hool 10 can; f rom 1offen ng a pnze w h1 c h consJ sts of l s~ate champi onship witho u t q ueshl s l1ne,! Next we we re favored Bell , wirh Thelma Wells as acco rn· tha_t place. 1wo of t he young · yo ur final payment on you r Per u - ! t10n. The scores of the games lad1es of t he or chestra were too a n, fo r t he bes t s na pshot tur ne i! we r e as fol low.; : by a vocal sJ IO by littl e Mary Ja ne pani s t. Sm ith, acc~o m pani ed by t he orches. Mr. H olc h th en spJke a f e w st rong at ni o ronic f or the gentle- in to her f or pub licati o n. The con- Peru ... .. .. .... 2 6 Tabor .. .. .. ..... .. 9 tra. Foll owin g t hi s, li t tl e Orn er word s in appreciati on of the s plen- man in th e new Ford r oad ster, for test beg ni s at c hapel t im e Monday, Peru .... .. ..... 18 Kearoey .... .. .... 15 Sperry r ecited " Loo ks Like Pa." did prog r am and in r egard to pay- he dr ove right past th e corn er December 17 . and cl oses Januar y Peru ............ 23 Doane .. ........ ... 12 Then a q ua r tet composed of two ments of th e Pe ruvians. Let us wi t hout noticing it. 7. at five o'clock . The winner o f Peru ...... .... 19 Midland .. .. .. .. 13 lit tle g irls. Amy Krt.e and Edith make ou r su bscripti on one hun dr ed 1 After a s light d elay , the pr o·;. the con t est will be rep orted on Per u .. ... ..... 3 3 Tabor .. ........... 22 Gapen, a nd t wo little boys, Nor- percf n t str ong . The program g ram for t he even in g was beg un Tnursday, Jan uar y 10, afte r the Peru .... .. .. .. l 8 Midland .... .. .. 17 man Thorpe a nd Cecil Coatney, closed with th e singing of th e by t hree se lect ion,; from th e or c hes- snapsho t.s have b een im par tia ll y Peru .. ...... .. 2l Kearney ..... ... 17 sang seve ral love so ng,;. Poor ''Color Song." tra. In t hese pi eces both th e clar- judged on the follow ing po ints. Peru .... .. ..... 2 7 Cotner .. ... .. ..... 11 No rman! hi s bashfu lness almost Pa ul Dunlap presided in the in et aud dr u m sect ions we re g i.ve n 1. Ge ne ral inte r est to al l. Peru .... ....... 27 Doane .. ..... .... . 18 overcame hi m . Le0na J ohnso n ' abse nce of our pres iden t, Mark opportunity to s tar. Luc i le and 2 . Mos t humor ous. Per u .... .. ... 49 York . .............. 13 gave a child's read ing, " Someborly Delze ll . Mr. Mee k t hen sa ng a bea ut ifu l 3. Mos t exception a l i n c ircu m- Peru ..... .. .. .. 38 Cotner ...... ...... 18 Did , " which ca ll ed f orth fr om duet. Thi:; was followed by two stances or bea u ty . 1 Freshmen . L etters co mplimenting P e ru on so me unruly youngsters t he chalnumb ers from th P. orch estra in 4. Taken unawares. le nge, ''I' ll be t i t was you!" Hele n · The Fres hm en m et Thusday which the viol ins were th e o utWrite you r nam e on the back of her radio program st ill con ti nu E: to Carman favorerl us with tw o so los. mornin g in the big gy m for a short standi ng ins trum e nts Mildred the pr i nt a nd drop it i n t he snap- st r eam in to th e offi ce . Three CanKathryn J oi ne r , a t yp ical '' F'reck- session The Co lo r Song was l;Un g, .Pc~te the n gave a readin g . It was sh ot box in t he en t ran ce of t he adia n po i nts have r epo r ted : Winles. " sang the song nam ed f or her i a n rl following- thi s Mr. Willy spo ke we ll presen ted and altho it was of Administ rati on build.ing Editor n i p Pg, Ca lgary , and Reg ina . New Tn e program was concluded wh e n to the class on getting a degree Ispecial inrerest to t he ch il drt> n, t he ) R&o we d oes not endo r se d ish ones ty Mexico, Alabama and Oklah oma all th e happy children ga th e r ed and th_e n eed o_f cooper at io n in t he g rown-ups sha red eq u ally in th e 0 1 any nature, bu t h as alluded to ) are thr ee S o uthern s t a tes tha had a rou nd t he tree a mi r ece ived th e ir class Jn makmg th e Fres hman- 1amusement. The violi n s olo g i ven I the fact th at t he secr et "promo- ' not reported by last wee k 's issue. g ifts of candy, dolls. tops, wh is- SJphomor e ba nqu et a success. ./ by Mr: .Jindra, whic h f ollowed, l ti on' ' of a n eig hb or' s most cher- ~ New Hampshire was a dd ed to t ies. :' in d mills . e tc . After P\' e ry f he class decid ed to invi tt'd . th e was well chose n for the occas ion i s h ~~ snaps ~o t w~uld n ot on l.v be Massachuse tts, Rh ode I slan d and Johnn1 e had s hown his gi f t to Su ~h o m ore~ tc th e next mee un g , was not o n ly e n te rtaining , but l leg nJmate m th1s conte2t, b.·.:t:. Co nnecticut as a n ew F'..p q:)~!!P_..<:.!~~­ ever~ Susie, they j oined in old- whr c h JS 1hursday, December 20. di splayed co ns idera ble abili ty and h ighly d esi ra b le as we ll. F urther- ! r epor tin g . Maine , V ermont t he f aRhJOned ga mes. Thi s was follow- ! We ho~e to ~ee e very Freshman tal ent. On: of th e central featur es !' more she feels_ that , if just hal f Caro l inas, and the Virgi n ia~ a re ed by a contest of stunts A f ter the re a , Wt>ll as th e Sophomores, o f t he even m g was the 8peech given of the ex tra ord10 ary s nap8hots nuw t h e on ly sta tes e ast of the R k' as . II t· . oc les th e ~r e f res h m ~ n ts o f ice crea m _anr cxcept1ona Y 1ne program 1s 1 by _P reside nt_ P~ te. Altho h is m ex is:a nce on t h e c~ mpus co uld I tha t ha ve not r e p o rted. co~e, an d s t1ck can iy had bee n 1 be Jn g prepared . ! and 1e nce va n ed 10 age fr om the be publ1 s hed , that considerable in · e_nJoyed, a ll the youngi!ters left , . 1 yo un gest sch oo l c hil d to g r ey -hair- te r~s t !lnd a muse me n t woul d b e E~ este st cd · Gl a ~s es fit ted A Rare Senes of L ectures. j ed par e nts , h is mesl;age, e mph as iz c rea ted. Tu rn them in, t rred but happy. Sa ti !'facti on guara n teed Th e ~ s tronomy Cl~ss finan ced a ing the vi ta l impor tance of ed uca - purse. 1 Girls' Club. fi ne sen es of lec tures by Rev. R ue ! t ion to our country, was well r e- _ _ _ _ _ _ Fx. f ee go od fo r t wo years 1 T he Girl s' Club requests th e W. Roberts, pastor of t he Cong re - ce i ved. Afte r the talk, Luci lle Dr. M. M. MacVean, presence of t he membe r s of the gationa l Church at Oa kland, Iowa , I Meek and Bernice Le wis played a Speci al ist The orc hes tra then Mu ;;ic, Eng lis h, Hygi e ne. and Dece mb e r l Ot h to 13 th. He de liv- pi a no duet. E ye, E ar, Nose and Throat Speec h Education De pa rtments a nd e red two exceiiE'nt a ddressPs on as- closed the program with two sna pThe ''P" Club will O ffice over B u ck ' sBoote r ie t he facu lt y a t the Gi r l's Clu h tr onomy, Tu P!'day a nd We rln esda y py number s ; b ut it t oo k th e master Phone 69 N e b r. City Chri stm as Tea, T hursday af te r · e venin gs, illustra ted by a fi ne se- ,· han d of t he school cooks to finish ORGANIZATIONS.

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Beat Syracuse Cham ps-Pugh and A n drews Throw Scare into Camp. The cag esters r e present i ng the 1 we re p lay ing a · t ga m s no easy ou t fit citY of Syracuse gave th e P e r u T h e Syraeu se tea . . · . m WI11 g 1ve a go od Bobr.ate a t1gh t ga m e f o r th e be ne - acco unt of i tself a . t . " P" Cl b T gams a n y q umtit of the u . h e Le ~io n t e t. aires may no t h ave h a n t.l l ~ d the F'o r Syracuse Pugh a nd An d r e ws ball as cleverl y as the Cu ll e~ i ans, did t he s h ooti n g , P u g h a t fo r wa rd but when Pug h and A n dre w s w e nt had a n un canny way of co un t ing to tosaing t he ba ll t h ru the h oop po in ts. And C. Andr e ws a t guard from all angles in the last half, t h e s tar t led the c ro wd w ith hi s t< hots crowd got u n ea sy . T h e sco r e of t h e la s t peri od. T h e Sy ra c use t eam 24 to 18 is i nd ica ti ve of the cl ose- gave the co lle g e cha mps a ha rd ne~s of t he contest . tu ssle f or which we are a ll tha nkWei mer , t ho injured , wa s t h e f ul. The "P" C lu b is gra t ef u l t o high poin t score r fo r th e Bobca t s. th e Syr acuse b oy s f or b rav ing beThe doug h ty c~apta in m issed few low- zero weath e r t o play the g ame. opportun ities t o s li p t h e ba ll in Peru, 24 when near the bas ke t . B es ide s h e G. FG . F. Pts . fed t hree to Frary w h o sneaked I 1 0 beh ind the defe nse a n d cnu n t ed G ilkeson , f~ 1 2 3 0 0 easily. E ve r y member of t he P e ru Frar y , f. 6 5 0 1 10 out fi t co un ~ ed exce pt D h ub M ilam . Wei m e r , c. ;j 2 0 6 And Dhub is busy e no u g h w ith o ut B i tz ie , g. 0 0 2 0 botherinr about colfe cting coun ters. M il a m, g.

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• Ja n. 3, D unba r a t Dunbar. The fi rs t act of t h e " P " Cl ub ' T h e s ud epts w ill h a v e a lect u re J a n . 9, Talmage a t Ta lmage. vandeville went off b ig. The Fac- cou r se thi s w inte r . The num be r s Ja n. 14, Pa wnee at P a wn ee Ci ty. ulty-Cha m ber of Co mmerce basket a n d dates h a ve n ot be e n d ecide d J a n. 17, H u mboldt at Hurrbo ldt. ball game m ig h t be call e d the d e fi nite ly excep t i n two ins t a n ces . J a n. 2 8 , Pa wnee at P a wnee City . openina act of t he Orphe u m to b e A n d i f furth er b ook ings a r e indi"' Jan . 31, Talmage at Peru . continued on February 9. C ap tain ca t e d by wha t h as bee n boo ked Feb. 1, Thurma n, Ia. , at Thur man. The da tes fo r the games w i t h Ji ndra spo ke truth when h e sa i d: i a l read y, the a u d i e n ce w i.JI be " They must be se e n in ac ti o n to pl e ased. Stella a nd t he Nebr aska City De be appreciated." O n F ebrua ry 2 • th e R ullsi a n Ma lay have n o t been se t. The g uarding o f t h e depar t m e nts Ca th e dral Q uartet will appea r in of at hletics and geogr aphy was so t h e New A u d i t or i u . Thi s comPeru Invitation T ournament. well done t hat th e Co m merc i al p a n y is m a n aged by t he R e dpa thPe r u T ou rnament, Fe bru a r y 2 1; Lions seldo m coun t e d . In f act , I Horn e r or ga ni za ti o n a nd is t ou t ed ~ 2 . and 23. they picked up one lone po mt, as a hea d li ne r. T h e f o lk fr om t~e whi le the p edagogs were cou nt i n g- / stepp~s ar~ musi cal; a nd P e ru vi twelve. ThP peri od proved co n- a n s w ill e n JOY th e tr ea t. elusively t hat a lopeci a is n o bin ln A pril th e De ~art ment o_f Co mdrance t o baske t shooti ng. m ercia ! Eco n o mi CS, Wash 1ng t on, · sen d 'JD g t 0 Per u Dr · Cor a The department uf mus ic out- D . C , IS

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ex tem poran eo us speaking. Coac h Gr af has a two hou r course 1·n coac h ing at I :30. Miss Cla rk , Greek a nd Ro man Myths wil l meet a t 3 : 30 · M r . H oy t ' s Ph 1' loso p h y o f c1e nce WI'II mee t at 4 :ou. Mr .

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f or h is newspa per English claes. Th i s class will be r espor. si ble for t he Pedagog i a n. Prospecti ve st uden ts sh ou ld see Mr. Beck be fo r e r eg ist r ati on da y .

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TOMCATS PUT ON STUNT PERU HIGH SPLITS TWO NIGHT AT DUNBAR I GAMES WITH JOHNSON The Tomcats pu t on a s tu nt nigh t a t Du nba r , T hu r sday , J an uary 3. The show was co mpa rab le i n many ways to tha t s t ella r att ract ion, the Faculty-Chamber of Com merce a c t. The f un b egan in t he ne igh bo r hood of Jul ia n when th e o i l f roze in t he ca r . Pr of . Beck a nd Har · Jan Taylo r bo rrowed a la n tern b u t not to em u la t e the late lame n ted Diogenes . W h il e th e o il was being dra i ned f r om the machi ne, Taylor a nd T hompso n hied t he mselve to a nea r by f armh oues where Tay lor

Th e Pe ru Hig h School gi r ls wo n t he.ir second v icto ry , F riday e ven ing, whe n they won f rom th e J ohn son g ir ls 25 to 10. T he ga me was p layed on th e Jo hnso n floo r , which is sma ll . Bu t t he s ize of th e floo r did not ~ bothe r the gir ls. 'fhev. kept the ball:i n ::' t he i r p osseesio n t he g rea te r part of th e fi rst half. The ha lf e nd ed, Pe r u 1 1. J o hnson 4. The second ha lf was 'not un like t he first . Wh il e Pe ru was p icki ng up 14 po in ts , th e J ohnso n gi r ls totalled 6. The j!am e enderl wit h Pe r u 25, Jo hnson 10. Th is i s

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FACTS ABOUT PERU. There have b een ;)357 p:raduates . There a re Peru graduates in ever y st at e in the Un io n, and in the Island possessions. The re are Pe ru alumni teaching in every co unty 10 Nebraska. A bo ut 000 Pe ru vians are teachin~ in the school s of Omaha. More graduates of Peru are teac hin g in the schools of Lincoln than those from a ny othe r school except Un ivers it y o f N ebr as ka. th e remain de r of the j ourney. He The secretary of the National Educational Asociati on, J.W. Crablooks none the worse for his mis hap. tree, is a Peru grad u ate. J oy E. Morgan, editor of th e N . E. A. Journal, is a lso a Peru · ORGANlZATIONS.

Shop ea rly and save m o n ey. O ur new illustrated catalog i s fr ee. Send u s yo ur name and address on a postal card and w e wi ll mail our n e w catalog to you at once.

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alumnus. Y. W. C. A. Every s tale coiiE:!ge and th e state unive rs ity have among their lead· ng educator s, Peru a lumni. T h e Y. W. girls had a very en· Dr. G.!o rge Howa rr! , m )st hon ored pro fes!"o r of the University of .ioyable di scuesional meeting WedNebr aska , was th e firs t g raduate of Peru. He graduated in 1870, the neday evening in the res t room . first g raduat e of any in t'3 itution of learning in the s tat e of Nebraska. Ca ndles furni shed the light and P r esi dent Geor ge Ma rt i n, of Kearney S tate Teach er s Coll~ge, is a they a lso he lped to make th e affair graduate of Pe ru. more informal. Miss Esther Clark Jud ge Letton o f th e Supreme Co urt is of the class Jf J 87D gave a very helpful talk on what Am ong the leading lawye r s of Omaha. Lincoln, and other Nebraska s he considered New Years s h ould Citi es are those who attend ~d Peru. mea'n to the me mbers of the organThe a nnual· sa la ry of th e Peru a lumni who are tea c hing is a bout ization. She suggested that th e $2,000 , 000. g irls forge t all of the bad and unAt present there are s ix tee n co unty spu erintenc:lents of public in- pleasant feeli n g wh ich they had sr.ruction i n the state of Nebraska who are from Peru. had th e past year, and seek only The following city superintend ents of Nebraska are Peru alumni: for th e best. She urged that the M. C. L':!fl <:! r, Lincoln; E L . Ro u se, Scotts bluff; C. Ray Gates, Grand "Light of Life be ever k e pt in the ~l a nd; R. D . Morilz . St! wa rd; W. G. Brooks, York; R R. McGee, hearts of the gir ls, and that on ly Columb us; J . C. Mitchel l, Hold rege ; . R. B. Bede ll, Ashland; c. E. An- the happy, good and beautiful in c:lrews, Osceola; H. H. Reimuod, Tekamah; B'. E. Bowers, Arapahoe; life h e the goa l toward which to L. B Gifford, Battle Cr eek; H oward Smith, Baya rd ; C L. Westcott, wo rk " Blu e Hill ; M. A. Sams. Brock; A. B. Gelwick, Red C loud; w. E. All of the me mbers left the Nippe rt. Bruning; Roy V. Kel ly, Cambridge ; Pearl O'Neal , Clatoni.a ; meeting with a happy thot which S. F. R owley. Clearwater; Hal W. Glasi!OW, Cra ig: J H Adee. Daw- we hope will last thruout the year.

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so n ; E. H. Ad ee, Decatur; J. W. P oynter. Dou g las ; R. J. Ha le, Hardy·, S pencer L eger, El mw ood; V. 0 . Roos, Dunba r ; H Y. Free born . • H ebra n; C E. Stron g , Ht! nd er son; Noe l S en ay, Her ma n ; H. H . Linn. La urel; Geo. A. Medo~ke r. Lawrenc:! ; John Weathe rh ogg, Loui l! ville; M. C. B loss, Minden ; R E. Bai ley, Newman Gr ove; R E . McDaniel, N J ra; E. P Hoda pp, Oakdale; G. E. Bugbee, Or afi no ; Sad ie Glasgow. Peru ; Mrs. M. K . Rutherford, Roya l; G . 0. Ke lley, St. Edward ; C. E . C lark, Sa le m; R. T . Fosnot, Schuy le r; W. H. Weber, S hube r t ; Henry C. Meentz, Wate rl oo; Percy Adams, Wa hoo; W . S. Cook, West Point · Crai g E Th omas , Shi ckley; H . H. Hum p hreys, Springfield; Fra nk H: Beedle, Staple hurst; M . W. R yan, Tobias; Wm. k. Car . ..:r, ::::itockv ille ; C. B. Map~s. Bethany ..

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-Girls' Club. On Thursday atfe rn oon , Dece mber 20, the classes of English, Meals Short Orders hyg ie ne, speEch educati on , and H. D. FRARY, Proprietor music, a nd the facul ty m e mbe rs Aubur n , Neb ra ska wer e e nte rtained at tea from 4:30 to 6:00, hy the Gir ls' C lu b. The ' ~A~R~M~E~R~~~A-.~~ .E ~ ~~ -T-10--N_!__..........__~ facu lty room, wh er e t r a was serv· ~--------~f~ ed , was b ea utifully decorated with Se ne! 25 ce n ts f or a Bookl e t. a ll a bout a fie ld crop that wi ll red a nd green ribbons, from which pay good interes t on $300 00 la ne:! . A cr op that bui lds up hung a red Christmas be ll. A your so il Write today. little Cpristmas tree dressed in M ..\.. Larson, Central City , Nebr. This li st does not include the princi pals and assistant principal s in gay and spa_rk li ng orname nts stood the larg er towns which are he ld by Peru g raduates. in one co rn e r of th e room, and a W. G. BROOKS, '07. large poinse tta plant gained th e appreciationofa ll gues ts. AVE;NUE; ST0RE;

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ON THE CAMPUS. ported to be improving. H owever, Misses Olli e Klumb, Alvin a Selk, D. Overholt, r egis trar, is sh e will not be abl e t o meet he r and Viva Marshall warmly r eceiv-

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smilin g over the radio se t sent him classes or supervise t he library thi s ed the guests, and Bernice Breckby hi R two sons fo r Christmas. sem es te r . lenridgeand AnnaMasonserv ecJt o

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Donald is an e ng inee r s tationed at Vera Malone, of Doug las, will jl the m lea, wa fer s, a nd ca nd y. ::>ioux Falls Ri chard is a medi teach ·n a d' t . t h Altho t he weather o uts1de was 1 · . rur a 1 1s r 1c near er ' cal stud ent a t Omaha hom e th d t S u nfavorab le, in the t ea r oo m was · e secon se mes e r. he ' . . warmth a nd good chee r The . Bra!'lkhn J ones, who left Pe ru 1 Will r eturn to P e ru late r to co m- I • for the World War, is in the city 1 ple te her tw o-year course. gu~sts chatted. ga i l ~, seem ing to a nd wi ll attend ·school the secon d e nJ OY a few minutes rest andreFred Rot hert, ' 23, coach at freshm e n!. se m ester. He has been wo rking High Schoo l, appeared! The pl ay selected by th e Gi rls' n th e irrigated country s ince the on the basket ball floor Thursday Club play co mmittee is " Little the armistice. eve ning and d e mons tr a ted. Rothert WomE:! n," Try outs we r e held De· It is beco ming quite th e th ing was th e p r em ier bask e t-s hoo ter in lcembe r 13, 14 and 15. Th e p lay to move to Peru to ed ucate the th~ Ne braska Confe re nce for t he wi II be direc ted by Marie Grabil. fami ly . Mr. Gaines, of B lair, a nd two years. And the old fo x The cast is as foll ows: Mr. Rogers, of Pete r sburg, are has not los t his c nnning in the j Mr. Mar c h Alice Sore nsen mov ing t o P e ru that t he ir childr en vicinity of t he baske t. 1Mrs. March Hele n Yeck may atte n d school t he seco nd semes· The lonfl anticipated vacation . Amy Deva Arms trong . Beth Marj ory · Arno ld ter. Ga ins Jr. it will be r e mem h Mar i on Marsh as passed, and agam we settle 1J o bered was one of Bla ir' s s ta rs the d own t o work- until our next j Me g Ka the rin e Su nde ll past football season. The big f e l- vacation . Everyone r e turned in , Mr. Lawrence Fern Waltz low wi II add experi e nce to the 1924 hi g h Rpiri ts ; so we t ake i t for Lauri e Helen S tu cke nhol t z Yerkes m achine. granted that a ll had a happy vaca- Aunt March Yol a Lamb . 'I'h . ·Mr. Broo ks Mary Matt Miss Marshall, libraria n, is r e- t 10n. 1 e g n s re tu rned, most of Mr. Bhaer op Amy Kite

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.I t's the cut t hat counts T'"ls tes in fabric differ.; you ma y prefer a blue, brown or gray tone; a ro u ~h or !"mooth finish. But the clothes are s mart onh if the cu t is c orrec t . A g reat va r ie ty of fabrics, right cut and moderately p r iced i n

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let class t er from Dexter D. Ashley i ngt he '' of of 1890 : I . , Dean W. N. Delzell, Peru, Nebraska . 1 / Received t he Teachers College Radio prog ram, lo ut di:l no ~ get a 1 ' chance to listen in as I was other wise engaged . Liked your pro1 gram . Liked many of t he names recor ded there. Am send ing this a nd a car d t hat you may know my ' hea rt goes out to old Pu u. j The card will te ll yo u what I a m doing. Am going t o plan t o be in Pe r u in 1925, when 35 year:; are out. Yours t r u ly , Dexter D. Ashley. , Dr . Ashley is pra c ticin~ or thopedic surgery in Ne w York City with t he noted Austria n suq!eon, Dr . Ad olf Lor enz of Vienna . Deck Ashley captained t he school mil it ia, an orga ni zat ion that all men were f orced to jo in, in 1890. He was als o captain of the first attem pt at football in 1893, R. D. " Dick,; Mori tz, now su perintendent of the Seward schools captained the fia::;t footba ll team that sched uled int er! coll eg iate games.

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1924.

NUMBER 13

GIRLS LOSE BRACE OF CLOSE GAMES

PERU WINS FIRS1' CONNERENCE GAM E Captain Weim ers Show the H ome Folks.

High School Boys Unable to Reac h Syracuse.

The Hig h School gir ls lost the . Capta in We i mer's Bobcats gnt closest gam e of the season to Falls off to a r u nnin g start. T he team City at Falls City. Ten seconds t hat has not m et d efeat in Nehrasbefore t he whistle blew Per u was ka Co nfe r ence f or t wo yea r s opened leading 10 to 9. But Forney go t ; a third season by def eati ng Gr and the ball in those ten seco nrl s a nd Island by a sco r e of 20 to 13. The SECOND SEMESTER shot a basket. The goa l gave Falls 1 scor e pr oves co ncl usi vely that t he City a victory 11 to l 0 Bobcats a r e to be in t he run ning The g-a me was a nip and tuck t his season as in seasons past. I Psychology Section 1 Crago 4 8 :50 contest from the fi r s t wh is t le Graf's qui n te t w ill give a good ac · 4 Section 2 Crago 10:50 was never a certainty until the last co unt of itself as the season pr oBiology Bota n y 4 Holch 7 :50 whis tle. Per u will have to wait g r esses. Zoo logy Ho lch 4 9:50 un til Marc h 7 to g-et r eve nge on Wo r k ing on a strang e floo r, t he Eng lish 1 4 Beck 9:50 the Richardson girls. The fo ll owBobcats o u tplayed t he Zebras an d Methods 4 Tea r ing is the count of th e game : took a hard -fought game 20 t o 13. Ea rl y Ele m. Cur r . 8: 50 Falls City 2 2 4 4 4 6 6 8 8 9 9 11 Gi lkeso n was h igh- po i nt man of th e 9 :5(1 E leme ntar y Peru 0 2 2 4 6 6 7 7 9 ~ 10 10 ga me. G il k pi cked u p f our f ancy Junior Hi g h School 10:50 Fa lls City , 11 ba skets, j ust about th e margi n beHi g h School 2:30 G. FG. Pts. tween the t wo teams. Mandev i ll e Theo ry Gi lkeson 4 7 :50 Forney, f. 4 a nd Weime r s taged a neat t ussle l 9 Crago 4 2 :30 Mullen, f. 1 0 2 Teac hin g Gilkeso n Arr. eac h cou nting s i x po ints. Weimer , 6 Breck, c. 0 0 o Hyg iene l st q r. To lin ~ : however , outplayed h is opponent 9 50 Mettz, c. 0 0 o 2nd q r . To lin 2 7:50 on t he floor. Frary picked u p t hree Simente n, g . 0 0 o Mus ic 1, 2 Sec ti.Jn 1 Blankenshi p 2 8:50 baske t, a lmost t.1e win ni ng mar gi n. Skanee, g. 0 0 oI Section 2 Bla nkenshi p 2 l :30 After a ll is sa id an d d one, th o, P er u, 1 A rt Prima r y Rh inehart ! :0 5 credi t is d ue t he Per u guards, Bi.t 2 G. FG. Pts. Gram ma r Rinehart zie and Dhu b. The Zeb ras wer e 2 2 : 30 Harajian, f. 3 l 7 Ph ys . E d . Graf- P iaeh n Arr smo th ered . They never made a 1 Selk, f. 1 1 3 1 one close shot. Chord, fo r in· Kelley, c. o o o j st an~e, had a per fec t nig ht. 1f Sears, c. o o o • l B1tz1e and Dhub wi ll work as t hey Cowell , g. o o o worked against Grand Islar.d, Argab·:ight, g . o o o Wes leya n. Midland. Cotner, Doane 1 The High School gir ls d r opped a la nd t he rest ha'd better be practicgame earli-er in the week to .Ne- ;.':'.~ -C':'\- -liJIJ ~y.~~--d h£. ..;1<-ets, - - braska City. The Peruvians could The tea m and t he coaP.h are loud not get going the first ha lf and the i n their prai se of Grand Island Nebraska City g i r ls led them 12 to SOME SECOND Mis'l C l ark ' ~ pop ul a r course on PERUV IAN WORK ERS t r ea t men t, and e~pecia lj y of th e at the end of the period The SEMEST ER E LECTIV ES j G ree k and. Lat. In Myt hs meets at GOING A T H IGH SPEED brand of officiating demons t ra ted 5 girls put up a much better game I n ed uca t ion the student look-i ng 3:30 t he fi rs t q uarter of th e seF ri day, J an uary 11 , was one of by Bob S isty of Co lumbus. during the final per iod and made over e lectives will do well to pon- ~1 m:ste r. Pr imar~ teachers will find t he biggest days whi ch the ' 24 Peru, ~O 14 points to Nebra'3ka C i t y's 12. d er over t he Meas ureme n ts co u rse th is co u rse pecu li a r ly helpf ul. Pe r uv ian has ye t exper ienced. The G. FG . F. Pts. But the game went to the N. C. give n a t 2:30 by Mr. Crago. Mi ss , And les t ye fo rget-m a th emat- reason for thi s enth usi asm is of vi- Gi lkeson, f. 4 0 1 8 gir ls 24 to 19. Tear's classes a re grad Pd to t he / icR. l ~ ngu age , his_tory , scien.c e, and I ta l intere~ t to ( ve ~yon e , es pecial ly Frary, f. 3 0 1 6 The coach ret u rned saying that needs of t he individua l. What Eng l~ E h are rE~u n~me n ts fo r a -d e - ~ to th ose who wi~h their pictures to We i me r, c. ~ 2 0 6 . g. 0 0 0 0 t hey r eceived fine treatment a n d k i nd er gartner wou ld take High 1 gree 1n any u ndive r sity. If yo u are appear i n th e book , and as yet have B't 1 z1e, were o utp layed the first ha lf . The Sc hoo l Me th od s? t hin ki ng ahea ' you w il 1 not s hun t I not had th em take n. Mil am , g. 0 0 0 0

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T he line-ups of course in Wor ld Po li tics t he t hi rd j ba ll game When th e wea th er ma n t he ir business manager, Orner Caldwe ll , g. 1 0 2 2 the two t eams follow: per i od. dea lt o u t t he wea th er , he handed Sperry, have o ~fe red spec ial dis- Rheder , g. 0 0 0 o Neb raska City Peru Pn·p . In E ng l is h a new course in t he Tomcats t he j oke r. " It was a co un ts to organiza ti ons who wo r k Auh l, c. 0 u 0 u Mcintire - f. Harajian Backgr ounds of L ite r a t ure meets Ida r k and s tor my nigh t. " up their pages befo r e th e me nt ion· Referee: S ist y, of Co lu mbus. Livingston f. Sel k t h e fi r st period. Mr. Beck ' s ShortTaimage played a clea n, fas t ed date. T his makes clear why Miss Th e Bobca ts ra n down to Ha r dy · R' Newhouse has int er viewed yo u. or K e II ey Story cl ass m eets t he 1'eco n d pen · o d · I g ame and dese rve d. to wm. Tibbetts c. 1tter . . Saturday nigh t to enterta in Ted ' s · f N I h If sent you word, a r rang mg tJme 1 S Bates c. ears Those to reg 1s ter or e wspaper , ran w il d th e ast a and shot . home f olks. And t he captai n f u r· shou ld see M r. B ec k f' or f ro m every pos1t10n. · · H IS · four tee n 1your p1cture to be take n. Ro le g. owe II . Engllsh n is hed th e ma i n attract ion , too. Ganell g Argabright permi ss ion to enter t he class. Miss points were eno ug h to w in th e Miss ~ear l . New house, . photo- 1 He had a big nig ht, pick ing up five s Woodie P laehn has a class in extemporane- game. For Pe ru, Boh Bath was g r ap hy e ~Itor f or the ~er u v~an , has baskets from i.he floor. In fact, The girls play at A uburn this ' ous speak i ng t he second _per iod; j eas il y t he sta r H _is twe lve po.i nts ?ee n do m g- very fai.thf ul wo r k Wei mer's ten poi n ts mad e him week. Then they have a quartet I and one i n rlebate and une 1n p lay kept the Rese r ves 1n t he r unmng-. 1 ~ t he office, a nd h ~s d l sp l~y.ed effi- h igh- po in t man a nd gave hi s team 1 of ~games at home with Jo hn son, / productio n t he th ir d period . T h_ose He played everY m inu te of play and Clent ma nagem ent In ob tai ning the a 29 to 20 victory. Auburn, Nebraska City and Falls I t e achers expect ing to coach hJ g h was a lways dange r ou s. Pugh ~hot necessar~ photog.raphs f~r t he AnThe crafty ca p tai n deser ves cred. Cit y. school p lays m ig ht we ll ~consi der I we ll unti l he di s loca ted hi s knee. ~ua l. 1f yo_u r pict u re Js not yet i t , but he has no cor ner on i t. play p r od uct ion. FNm t hat ti me th e Pe ru tea m was In, you can ex?ect to hea r f r om Agai n i t was the defe nse t hat prov Boys Do Not Play. Mr' Holch adv ises f res h me n to not ica bly weaken ed and t he Ta l- her agai n. I t IS p leasant to no te ed the class of th e !~o ll eg i an s . The Peru Prep boy were s ched- 1take bota ny, which meets at 7 :50. / mage lads p ull ed away to a su bstan- tha t i n her wor k a mong t he sturlen t Har dy was fo r ced to count ha lf i t ' a nd facu lty, she . has . met w i t h poi n ts from t he f ree-t hrow l ine. a t S yrac use. J They may, however, take zoo 1ogy, tia l lea d . u Ied top Iay Syracuse They started out brave ly enough, 1 w hich meets at 9:50. Peru was leadi ng at the end of l cou.rte_ous ~ooperatw_n .10 • t he vas t Bitzie's l;> i g ha nd and long arm Yerkes and his Bo bkittenQ T hey h M Claybur n g i ves t he fir s t qua r ter by a scor e of 4 to maJonty 0 cases. fhl s I S great ly knocked d ow n ss hots too nu me rous ·· In geograp Y r. 1 ' . · t d . , to menti'O.!)I. Mil am had th e ha ppy reached th e neighborho od of Dun- Economic Geog raphy at 9:50 and 2. Bu t Ritter got hi s eye on t he I appre.cla e · . 24 1 bar, where the snow drifts halted G t ·30 Both o. f t hese basket during t he second qua rter It IS th ~ mt ent w n of t he fac ulty of be ing a lways in the way. eo 1ogy a 2 · · tbem. If you want to hear the b een popular. !1 and sank two long ones. P eters p er uvJa· n sta fl'·to p ut out a 0 11ege· Af ter Frary had made nine po in ts, courses have . 1 h d 1 · d 'Th Annu a l whi ch wi ll be of t he Col· story from the orig in al sources, M H 0 yt has an interesting ue w 1 and Scho ttler a a so pa 1re . e he had tro u ble wit h hi s ankle. ask any member of the Yerkes r. Ph il osopey of Sci- , ha lf end ed wit h Ta lmage leading lege, b y th e College and fo r t he Delzell was substit u ted a nd di d ex. I' lecture course, k t 2 8 CoHege, i mp lying by t he wo rd Col- celle nt floo r wor l<. G il l<eon was QUintet. e that meets twice a wee a l to . It was in . t he second ha lf. t hat lege, t he Ad ministr at ion, College less f ortu nate aga! nst Hardy t han Water is still brought to At hens, 4e~.3c0.. T h is course m ay sandw .i·ch S tud ents a nd H ig h School. This in1 d b h 1· h Greece, by the aqueduct built un - we ll with th e P hysical Educatwn j Pugh met h 1s un f or t una t e acc1 d en t . aga i nst Grand Is an ; u t t e 1t e ~er the Roman emperor, Hodrian , h 1 (Continued on la st page) (Continu e!~ on last page ) (Continued on las t page) In the vear 14 6 . ' o urs. ~• •12.1.{} .:r 1/i./ 1).1flY •

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Wyom ing. C. A . Anderson was ed itor of t he 19 12 Peruvian; E. C. Beck was business manager .

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Ted Weimer had a lively time officia tin g at t he Syrac use -Neb ra sI f you do not r eceive you r Pedagogian leave noti ce in the Pedago- ka City basket ba ll game last week. g ian box in th e Admin is tr at ion building . Syracuse wo n 35 to 34 . Wei me r was a b usy perso n; an d we think Managing Editor GEO. R. WILLY he d id well. B usi n ess Manager DAVID COS l'ELLO CRYSTAL MEYER Or gan iza tions 1 CHAPEL

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. M C Monday morn1 ng r. r aga gave MILDRED P ATE . . Classes a ve r y 1nterest1ng . · t a lk a bou t th e DOROTHY WADE Circulation Manager : purpose of co llege l ife. H e empha============================ j sized the fact tha t many studen ts An o th er se meste r is beginning. For yo_u it. i s a new year; so reso· jattem p t too much and do no n e juslution ; a re in order. IL wou ld no t be unw1 se to r esol ve to t a ke less tice. Th e or c hes t ra r es po nded to h 1:1r:> a n 1 s p ~ n 1 m 1re tim~ at r eal st ud y . As we ha ve sai d b e fore, th e ou r las t we ::! k ' s plea for "more," extra curricu lar activities a re part of any s u c~es :> ful t each er' s expert- with a few se lections. ence ; bu t hi story shows tha t th e t eacher never gets very far without a Wednesda y m orn i ng th e "P" so li d academic f ou n dat io n . Ha bits of st udy a re the best hab its yo u can Club pr e iiente d a n ac t fr om their form. Sixteen hours well do ne a re qetter than eigh teen ho urs ha lf fam o us Or p heum Ci r cuit wh ich

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done · If yo u ar e a fr esh ma n, be f!ure that yo u get off yo ur freshman r equi re me nts. Schedules are made f or re~ular s t ud en ts Wh en yo u onc e b eom e an irre g u la r, you may ha ve grief arranging for work without conflicts Ge ~ your p s,rcho logy , m e thod s, En g liSh, a nd bio logy out of the wa y. Yes. and your hyg ie ne, art, music, and physical educa:i on. If you are a ss1ph o mo re . b~ sure that you ge t off your sop homo re req u i re m en t". See .Vlr . G 11 keso n and arran ge for your practice teach · in g-. R "'g i~ ter fo r T he or y. Mr. Gilke on has a cl a ss in Th eo ry at 7 50 and Mr . Crago ha~ a clas;; i n Meaurernen ts a t 2 :30 . Eith e r c lass wi II

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count as Theor y . Wn e n you choo,;e you r e lectives do not n eg lect the academic sub.i ~ ct s. E very repulable un i vers ity has de~g r ee requirements in Eng li sh , sc ie nce, mathematics. lan gL:age an d hi story. Begin to g-e t rid of the r eLJUir e m ~ nt::> in som e on e of th ese branches. If you are looking t owa r d a high e r d : gree you su r el y sho uld not shunt lan g uage. A; k you r in >t r J .~ w rs a bo .H y o ur courses Busy a,; they a r e, th ey a re always willing to be of :::e r vice to yo u . ~Th e i r expe r ie nce you might a,; we ll u.;e . N at urally they are mo re li ke ly to kn o w what you wi ll need in the f uture tha n yo u a t e. It is a wi se man who knows hi s own limit a tions.

Helyn Hu mbe r t , president. The gir ls wo rked out a clever play le t b'a sed on the me lodv of ''Old Sweet'heart of Min e. " A o nce ·upon -a-time y oung man stu dent of Pe r u had visions of h is ol d time sweet hear t s. The re were t he school gi rl , evening girl , studi ocs gi r l, dramatic g ir i, artistic g ir l and gir ls wh o starred in dt ffe r ent f o r ms o f athl e tics. The d reame r , no other

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The People's Store will save you m one y on good thin gs to eat and wear . Give them a call

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Phone is No. 52

For mont h of Junuar.l $2. 0 0 to $3 . 50 p e r doz. R oses Carn at ions 1.50 Narciss us 1. 50 " Sweet P ea s .50 Da.t:'Jdiis ;rad tu l ip::; wiil be ia1.e

than Esth e r K eef er, at l ast awoke Ne braska S tate Teachers' ( r om id s reverie and giaci ly we i· I co rned hi s true love , the Olympic .a@"' Prires s u hject to change w ith o ut n otice Fern Wa re has g one to O:naha r A,;soc la ll on . . _Gi u b g irl. I t was delightful ly ..... Quick s erv ice . .. ... b ~c Ju >e of illn es.;. S IM A NTON & PE NCE Supt. C. Ray Ga t es , ' 07, has JUSt . b k. · t g1ven y eve r yone t a mg p ar . be{:n reel ected at Grand Is la nd for Sunnys ide Gree n H ouse, Ph o ne 95 F all s C i ty, N e br. Th e p leas u res o f exam s stare us th t f We a re g lad to no te that t he . th e ta . c= b y d ay and d 1s ' tur b ou r a$ - ~ o or ee-yea r e rmM a t Ga s a 1ary o· ore h es tra pays I bef or e and afte r 1n . , <>o per y ear . r . ate;; 1s one -..;:.: =--::wm::::: gentle sleep at n ight. But s oon al l j f p , f h cha pe l. o eru ~ s ucces.; u 1 Fe oo 1 men. will b= (l' e r. and once m 1r e we ' Basket Ball T ouroameot. E.0ZY €1\FE. sha ll Ftart a new semes ter. W. S . ' 10. of Chadron. T he Peru In vitation T ournament Meals S ho r t O rders Once n1ore t11e cri~py wintry ; pai d Peru a visit this Wf e k. M r. 1 to be held in the g y mnas ium on H. D. F RARY, Proprietor we a 1 her ca 1Jed fo r·t h a grou l) of ! Bostd er form er ly taught in Chad ro n Februa ry ~ 1. 22, 2 3, will be th e 1Normal. A u bu1 n, Nee b r as!; a nt s all bund led li[J f or Be i s rem e mbered by 'oll y ; t ud e J la rgest in t h e hi s tory of th e in st iCJ>l.:it in g Th e hill s o f Pe ru aff<, r d ' th e Pe ru Bo bcats fo r his indness tut ion. As many as th ir ty teams an e xct:>l lent coasl ing place, and all ; at lhe Pe ru- Chadron fo o tba ll game will be en t ered. The comm i ttee P A I{ t"l,E~"; A I I' E .', ..TDON! we need is more sleds. J thi s seaso n . His thoughtfulneEs d k C cla sses. : and courte'y were app reciated by is consi eri ng ma ing Senrl 25 ce nts for a B ookl e t. all abou t a field c r op that w i ll Mr . H olr.h has b een abse n t from ' t he playe rs. Supt. L J. Gilkes on · wou ld l1e pay good int e r e st o n $300 00 Ja n eL A c rop t h a:t bui Ids up yo ur soi I Wri t.e today . hi s classes f o r a f pw days because 1 • . glad to near fr om any school that of i lln ess . I P er u pro mtses to have an ln · ha;; not been i nvited and which M ..\.. l a rso11, Ce n tra l Cit y, Nebr. c reased en r vllment th e s ec ond se - woul d co nsid er ent eri ng the t ourSnc wballs t o ri g ht of th e m, ' m es t er . Ce r tai n new s t u dents ar e Snowbal ls to left of th e m, i already in P eru wa iting f or th e 1 Sno wbal ls in back of them, se mes ter to begin . Amo ng th ese Volleyed a nd thund e r ed. are Mr. a nd M rs. Robert Ha rrison Sueh has bee n the prerlicament of of P a na ma. all fem ini ne stud en ts. If th ey went

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Fruits, Confections, Luncheon Goods Quality Groceries

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Citizens State Bank T he B an k on the Corner

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Groceries

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The Dammast Clothing Co.

Shoes

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Peru Variety Store

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Well , ou r shi p ha; i ts n e-.v m · n ·t> rs , ::~n d u n1er t 1ei r

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S~ E, NB th e ir odd c han ge. others ''in vest" it in a Savings Acco un t. Th e di ffe rence late r on in life is the diffe r ence bet wee n "Success" a nd ·'Fa i I ure" .

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i n t he kettle. The exci tement in Pe ru durin ~( vacation was too much for Harland Tayl or , in fac t ~ di sastrou>, st H~" 1 t r esulted in a I complete tess of me mo r y.

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T"ls tes in fabdc differ; you may prefer a blue, brown or gray tone; a rough or ~m ooth fini.,h. But the clothes are s tuart onh if the cut is correct . A great variety of fabrics, r-ight cut and moderately priced in

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' i t y '? By l ei n l! the biggest story 1 t <> llers . Ma rk Delzell and George ! W tlly t '1 1rJ t e b igges t fis h stori es yo u eve r did hear. If yo u d ie with wa te r on tht brain, bla me i t onto i Mark. Mi llard Bell , we ll he ju .;t~ l ate a ll th e t Jnlf:', and Millard offer / ed I is Sf'J V ; Cf'S in th e old home town for p r ograms, speeches and

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Mi ss Lu c ille Thomp3o~, who _read pos itively its last appearance. Thei? ne person obtaining certai~ neces- b last. You have just two more Gladys Grossoehme violin. f or U3 tw:~ sh lrt se lectwns entitled C . I L' have asked f or a J sary information concernmg the weeks. Drop the m in the snapshot l , y ?" I o mmerc 1a 1ons . . 1 Laura Longfellow, violin. "A~ch!" and "~on t ou . . m- , return e ngagem ent, and the Facul - various s tudents, which beco ~:s box in the entrance ~f the AdmiDJ- 1 V. Duenfeldt, piano. mediate ly fo ll owing thes_e rea~l~gs ty ha s accepted for Saturday even- Iessential if we are to hav e the ~4 stration bui lding , With your nam e Margaret Dahlstrom, piano. was a voca l so lo. hy Mlss V t vt~n I ing, January 19. Tickets may be Annual the most democratic one on the back . The owner of the first Geraldine Wil ls, violin. Rowe, "When Insh Eyes ~re Smll- purchased in advance from JamesJever publi shf d. Are you doing your prize picture wil l r ece ive the. fin~! Bert Wil l iam'3, cornet. ing. " She was accompant~d at t he Conway of the "P" Club. These : share ? --payment on hi s P er uvian , w htch IS C has. Boellstorff. cornet. pia no by Miss Thelma We lls Last, advance tickets w il l admit to the At the present time, in the snap- equivalent to two dollars and fift y Geo. Dasher, cornet. President Delze l l r ead a f_ew an- Honey Creek-Peru game, and the shot campaign anrl conte.st "':'hich cents. Honorab le m ention will b el James Delzell , violin. 1 nounc Em ents , th e n the me e ttng was ITalmage-Pe ru ga m e , bot h for twen· is now on, you r opportunity. l S at made of th e next five b est. . I Everett Vanderford . turned ove r to Mr. Gtlkeso n. . fi t hand. With you r cooper atiOn we L k for the notices wh1ch are . oo t y- ve cen s. .The Sophom~res are planntng o n can make the snapsh o t sectwn rep- ~ pos ted sta tirig how the pictures are Patronize our Subscribers. resentative a nd typ ical CJ f o ur co lb · d d The final date will • a JOlly go od t1me Saturday even· ing, and espe c ially t •. e gir l ~. You lege life and activity· and make it tho Je JU ge2.'! Don't let the su n . ' e anuary u. • d Gl know t~ ey onl y get tht s gol cl e n opremind us of th e p leasant and hum · come out without using the kodak I E)es teste a~ses fitte d port un l ty one yea r out of e\le ry orous experiences which took p lace . t f yo ur pal Satisfaction guaranteed to get a p te ure o . four and 1924 happens to b e the during the year t 1 br ig hten our · . , h d Fx. f ee good for two years · •t h a r dl Y f atr, · - high sc hool gnls sc e u 1e lucky year. I t 1sn way In a few weeks we are croincr D 1L'I M - acVean . . "' . "' Dec 14 Peru 22, Ste ll a 2. r. lYio • lU ' but nev er the less they are go tng t o to n eed write-ups of j o kes wh1ch · ' Speci alist ·1 b l h S Jan 4 Peru 25, Johnson 10. 1 grasp eve ry a vat a e c a nee. orne 1 have r eally take n pl ace upon the · ' . 24 . · 'd or Eye, Ear , Nose and Throa t of th e m may b e r at h er t1m1 ca mpus. Start writing the m an d Jan · 8 ' Peru 19 ' Nebr a ska. C1 ty about d ati ng. but thi s . Jan . 11, Puu 10, Falls Ctty 1 1. backwa rd Office over Buck ' sBooterie putting them in t he Peruvtan snap· "t' ll be loo l<ed over by th e boys , I'm Januar y 18 , Auburn at Auburn. Phone 69 N e br. City " shot box. Let' s go!! Jan 24, Nebraska C i ty at Peru. s ur e. We ll , we'll see th e r es u l ts Peru Wins F irst Conference Game Feh. 8 , Johnson at P eru. Sa turday ni g ht, so be there. Sr.p h· (Continued from third page) F e b. 28 , Auburn at Peru. o mores. You u se eighteen muscles when footba ll captain picked up four Mar. 7, Falls City at Peru. you frown; four make a smile Juniors . points. • 'Osteupthy helps you to rest y our face" Petition for H S . Orchestra. M· T d · t 'k cl t 0 Ha r dy h as a fast ou t fit. Two of t ISS ear, our a vtsor a t e Miss Esther B lanken~hip. th e men are known to Peruvians Dr. E . R. Reyno lds , Auburn , Co ll ege, ~et busy! The high~ us at th e Thursday class meeting. Esther E. Blankenship . '10, Nebr , in P er u twice each week. ·tn reg ar ct t > ou r c h o ·tce o f cours1s One of thesis Rossel l Ha le , super- schoo l is organizing! Yes, organiz · , b k t b 11 t h Phone or write for appointment. 11 e g tr 1s a.; e coac es I a ea rn. 'ntend e nt of Hardy schools, who is S hij gave us inf.nmati on o n how 1 in g an orchestra w hi ch will make we sho uld choose our cou r se ancl Mi ss B lanken ship was a memb er of a former Bobcat basket ball play er. what thinp;!'1 wP ;:hould cons irl er . the best gir ls' t eam that Peru eve r Ha le is a mem ber of th e class of We appreciated her talk ve r y much had. S he has been and is success· 19 19. The o th er is Gilli lan, o.ne of the fastest and most popu lar Corn · and feel s ure that it Wi ll prove ful a s a coac h. ss Blankenship has tau g ht at husker cagesters in his nay . Hardy Mi benefi cial when we n :gi s ter next Dou bte Header Broken Bow, Syr'lcuse, Hartington, d gave Peru a gond floor, a goo semester. The Junior Class will put on the and Auburn . She ha s made a ~peci- crowd, and good a game. Thanks ality of normal training and public to Hardy. co nv oca tion in the near f uture. schoo l mu sic. Her wo rk in music P e ru, 29 Pearle Nelson ha s cha r ge of the wa s so pronounced that shP w a~ G. FG. F. Pts program commi t tee. given the position as head of the Gi lk:!son f. 2 l 3 We are exp Pcting the Junior 41 public schoo l mus ic d e partment class to expand next semestPr with Frary, f. 3 3 0 Game Cnlled at 8:00 las t s umm er. stu dents who tini sh t h e ir Sop hoDelze ll , f. 0 0 0 Budget Event = Ad mission 50c n ,ore work. Weimer, c. l 5 1 10 Conference Race Begins. Bitzie, g . 0 3 2 6 Freshmen. DOUBLE HEADER The week 's ~ames in the Confer- Mi lam , g. 0 0 2 0 The Freshm an class at th e ir reg- ence may and may not be indicaHardy A 11 -Sta r s, 20 u lar c lass mee ting e lec t ed Olin E l· tive of the s trength of the various G. FG. F. Pts. li ot t as class pres ident, and Cla u de quinte t s. Peru, Wayne, Wes leyan Gillilan, f. 1 4 1 6 Per>u Tomcats vs. Honey €r>eek Mat hews as vice presid t:> n t. This and Hastinp;s s tarted off with v ic- Bixby, f. 4 0 6 e lection was necessary at this time tori es. Notice the scores . Kirkpatrick , c. 1 1 1 3 F dculty vs. f>er>u Lions because of the resignation of Harrv Per u, 20 Gra n d Is land, 13 Hale , g. 2 1 2 5 GAME CALLED AT 7:45 Takett, who ha3 se rved a s president Wa yne, 30 Doane, ll Leigh, g. 0 0 1 0 sin ce th e beginning of the t er m. Wayne, 2~ Cotner , 21 ''P" Club Benefit Admission 25c Referee: h. e iste r , of Wesleya n. We wi s h Mr. E ll iot t th e bes t of Hastings, York, 36 7 Tom ca ts Split Even. success, and will -assure him the Haeke ll , Midland, 38 18 • Co ntt n u e d rr nrn li'l r~t PaC"e . ' back ing of th e whole class in every Wesle yan, 32 Wayne, ~0 pl a n he wi s hes to carry out. - - - - -- -

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JA NUA RY 23, 1924

NUMBER 14

• DRAMA TI:: Cl UB ADAPTS VICTOR HUGO

The Russian

Two Comedies are Staged Last Thu rsday Evening, January Seventeen.

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The eoncert work of the quartet has received highest praise from

the preas. A series of concerts given in New York City won enthiastic comments from the metroPublished W eekly by the Peru State Teachers College politan critics. $ 1. 00 per year. Sing le copy 5 cts. The program to be g iven here features Russian music, but favorIf you do not receive your Pedagogian leave notice in the Pedagoite E ngli ah and American songs are g ian box in t he Administration building. also sung. Managing Editor GEO. R. WILLY Busi ness Manager WITH OUR CLASSES . DAVID COSTELLO Organizations CRYSTAL MEYER Sophomore&. Perso nals HUTH SANDALL Classes The Sophomores had a verv li vely MILDRED PATE Circulation Manager and jolly good time last Saturday DOROTHY WADE E ntered ~t the Postoffice ·at Peru , Nebraska as second·class matter.

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he r gen ia l inter est in young people, and her great des ire to serve them. · Peru students wili sore ly miss t he i fri endly guidance which she so ! frPely gave . Among her associates in the fac· : ulty she he ld a place which can ; never be filled, th o she wafl with I us but two short years. Her mark· ~ ed unselfis hness, her sym pathy, her :1 keen insight in to h uma n nature with her sense of humor whi ch ac. companied it, a nd her rare power ·1 of adaptability, made her a wei come member of a ny social ~roup. ': Loyalty in friend ship was one of her strongest. traits. She was a Miss Mabel E Marshall. friend wo rth hav ing. A fine and nob le soul, whom Peru She never thought of self, and ca n ill afford to lose, leaves us i n from her slender store of vitality th e pass in~ of Mi ss Mabe l Marshall. she gave and gave until its store She was peculiarly fitteti by ed u- was sapped and the brave spirit cati .1n, train ing and character for left its frail house of clay. t he position !>he held in the school. Miss Marshal's nature was essen· · H er g r eatest 1·n A normal schoo l graduate, teacher t'1a 11Y re 1·1g1ous. ·ln public sehoo ls,a univers ity alum- t t Ia ·n th e d'rect1'on of eres s Y I • na, and finalit y a graduate of one church, sabbat h school, m issio nary · Of t he best libra ry schoo ls in the wor k an d rna tters of s p 1·r 1·tual lm· t H f' et woman( Unl.te-' States, made her, with her 'J th e po r · er me, swe ·• Y absorbing de~ire for serv ice, spi rit rettponded to things of t he id eal librar ian. higher life, and her sou l flig ht to No one could know Mis~ Marshall the other wor ld mus t have been well without being impressed wi th onl y a g entle tra nsacti on. ·

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The Pedagog ian gr ieves t he loss of our estimable librarian, Mabe[ E. Marshall. Her thoughtfulness. helpfnlness and loving ki ndness wi ll tong be remembered. We sha ll miss and mi ss sor e ly thi s busy little woman among the bookstacks and at the information desk.

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the masquerade party in the high school assembly room. Several d ifferent nationalities were r epr esented, including darkies, Chine3e, Spaniarda, and Americans The tint feat ure of t he eveni ng was a grand parad e of a ll the masq uerader s, except a few w ho were chosen as judges to d aci de upon the best costumes of the evening. Miss Alvina Selk, a s Little Boy Blue, and Alton Hair, a Chinaman. r eceived the prize. a cu pie dollie. Next, t he poor men and even the kids were put up and auctio ned off to the ladies. Some ladi es r eceived as many as three husband s, while others were so unfortunate a s net to have enoug h gri t to purchase their choice men. Another interesting eve nt of the evening was the wedding. Sambo (Mi llard Bell) and a Spani s h g irl (Ruth Ku rtz), wer e uni ted i n marriage by Rev. Stoddard, the service being very interesting. Other merry makin g was enjoyed, then it was t ime to adjourn to the lower part of the build ing for th e best feature of the entire eveni ng. Oh, gee! how our mouths did wate r w hen we came in sight of the wonderfu l brick ice cream a nd wafers

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Roses $2.00 to $3.60 per doz. wai ting for us to partake of it. 1. 50 .. .• Carnations The best part of it a[! was that evNarcissus 1. 5 0 ., eryone had a chance to eat to their Sweet Peas . 50 ·· heart's content and more too, beDaffod ils and tu li ps wi ll be late fore departiug. ~Pr ires subject to change without notice Let us hope that this wo n' t. be .. ... Quick service . .... . SIMXNTON & PENCE he las t good t i me the Sophomores Opal Jackson p layecl a beautiful ORGANIZATIONS of 1924 will ha ve th.is year. Sunn yside Green House. Phone 95 Fa ll s Ci ty, Nebr. piano cluet that was quite fitti Jlg Y.W. C. A. to the occas ion . Mi ss Mione, in Awards to Typists. We are glad to ann ouunce that I we ll chosen words eu log ize the life we have cleared fort y clo llars on of Mi ss Marshall. She spoke of Sixty-six words per minute- ,. t he candy bars whi ch we ha ve so ld. the sincer e, loyal and kindly life more t han one word each second. E..0.ZY €1\F.G We have Sold th e candy at foot 1of the one who SJ recent ly was wi th Some splendid records a, re being Meals Short Orders ball and basket ball ga mes, and t.o us, but now has passed to her establi shed in the. typewriting de · H. D. FRARY, Proprietor stud ents on the campus Our oresJ-1 Heaven ly home. The servi ce was partment. Auburn, Nebraska dent, Ruth Bloomqui st, favors ~he closed by singing "Lead, Kind ly The following awa.rds for profici· girls of the riormitory by keepwg 1 Lig ht., tncy in type have been earned this candy bars on hand a ll of the time. semester: AVE;NUE; ST0R.G This g ives the g irls a n opportunity The Russian Cathedral Quartet. Rem ington: Wilma Coatney, net The Russian Cathedral Quartet, r ate 66 words, gold medal ; Dorothy of purchasing the bars whenever th ey desire. native singers of t he songs of Rus · Wade, net rate 66 words, go ld supplies and save on your expenses. All members of our group have sia, is being oresented to lyceum medal ; Margar~ t Dahlstrom, net been very good to respond to t he audiences by the Redpath Bureau. rate 45 words, initial certifica te Best history fla per, note book !'I, book keeping call when asked to help sell candy. I t will appear her e on th e loca l ly- ~ and card case ; Louie Harri s, net paper, drawing paper, fountain pens and We wish to th ank ever yone who ceum course, Saturd ay, February 2, rate 45 words, card case. pencils, inks nf a•lkind!ii, paste has been so fait hfu l in patronizing i n th e audtor iium. Underwuod : Grant Caaey, net and J!)ue · our candy busines. This is a unique and distinguis h- rate 50 words, bronze medal; We will continue selling the ed organizatio n. When hungry get }'t1ur fruit , candy, cakes ond The late Czar Louise Harris, net rate 6U words, bars and hope that we w iII r ecei ve Nicholas himself took a n interest in bronze medal and silver m eda l ; lunch goods of us. a good patr onage in the future a the s ingers in their native Russia, Wilma Coatney, net rate 64 words, we have in the past. and they became a part of the choir silver mt>dal; Helen Yeck, net rate of one of Russia's wor ld-renowned 50 words, silver meda l. Phones 73 and 78 CHAPEL cathedrals. after they came to Roya l : W i I rna Coatney. 54 words, ~~~~~::~~~~----~~~.;.:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ On Monday Mr. Beck d iscuased America and sang a t the St. Nicho . si lver pin; Louise Harris, 50 i----------------~~~;;~~~~~~;;;;;; in his usua l in teresting manner, las Cathedral in New York Ci ty. wor ds, s ilver pin; Loui se Harris, ' 'The Bibl e as Literature. "He dis· Here th ey attractesd much atten- 67 words, certificate of proficiency; ~ cussed and ill us trated from Bib le tion . Morris Gest, prom i nent t he- JMargar e t Dahlstrom began her ~ quotations that the Bib le contains atrical producer, heard them sing work in September. poetry, short stories, drama and and secur ed t hem for the part of wonderful character portrayals. the singing Gypsies in hi s spec- 1- - - - - - - - - - - - - Manny new t houghts were suggest - tacular production of To lstoy's! ed to ua. " Rede mption." lnJth is play they The Wednesday assembly was de- scor ed a great perso na l triumph, Fitch's Dandruff Remover Yoted to the memory of Miss Mabel and theatre goers carried away a Shampoo Marshall. Misses Mary McVay and deep impression of their singing.

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1o ne house between Tecumseh and :"' ! Beatrice. II All the journey took two days they Say with Flowers: CALL AT sto pped ove r nig h t at Tecum ~e h Fresh cut flow er's for any occas ion such as wed doings birth, Roll ing prai ri es, covered with buf da ys and parties. We grow our ow n flowers. fa lo g rass a nd a few t rees along t hP Green house and sto r l:' , co rn er G: E. Berth old, F lorist 6th s t. & Fir st Corso Ncbra~ka Citv. Nl'br. -=========================~banks of Rock Cr eek furni shed th e J :" scen zr y of th e trip The second 1 day of th eir j ourn ey they stopped at a house a few m iles north east of Your p<1t1· ona~e always appreciated !the prese nt site of E ndicott. They j fo und Beatrice to be a lit t le village of abou t t hr ee hun dred in ha bi lants They boug h t a few t own lo ts in Bela t rice and d ecided to bui ld a stone FOR 6000 EATShotel. Then they too k a tea m and spr ing wago n and started t o find a location for a county seat for JefPhone 25 i ferson Coun ty. j They f ou nd that the la nd wher e Th er e is a lways sa tisfactio n in getti ng what yo u want Fair b u ry now stands had no t been a'S entered, so they erter ed i t wir h Our sc hoo l su ppli es satisfy the intention of making it th e : J C . CIHIATEILAIN, The Jeweler Peru, N~ br . county seat. The two b r others t hen retu~nl.' cl ...w m w r = t o I II i ois. T he fo ll owing Febru I ary, 1969 . J . B. McDowell r et u rn 1 ed to Beatr ice to look after th e buildi ng of th e hotel. In t he su m1\\ode t·n Up·to .. date Sys tem me r of t he same year, W. G. Me F acu lty an d Stud ents will fmd a c ordial welcome here Dowell went to Beatr ice and th e Neb r as ka City. Neb r . 1two ge n tlemen drove to J effer so n I 1Cou n ty to lay ou t the cou nty sea t

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F. W. CLEVELAND & SON. I January Clearance on all Winter Merchandise

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Sayings of the Great Adam-It was a g reat life if I had n' t weake ned . j P lu ta rch- ! am so rry that I have / no mor e l ies t o g ive my country. Sampson-1 a m strong fo r yo u. ,Jona h-Yo u ca n' t keep a good man down. Cleo patra - Yo u' re a n easy Mark. Helen of Troy-So thi s is Pari ~>. 1 David - The bigger they come t he harder t hey fa ll. I N er o- Keep t he home fire burn· i ng. Columbus- ! don' t know where I'm going , but I'm o n my way. Noah-It floats .

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Commercial Club W in s. (Continued firom first page) fea t e d faculty t eam i s no longer , 1 undef eat ed . It lost to t he Co rnmer ci a! Lions 10 t o 9. T he Co mmerci al Li on R with a c hanged line -up pu t up a d iffe ren t g a me f rom the fi rst co n test . Ba th, Mackpr a ng , Fisher a nd Stand ley, 1 1 a ided by Eads and Tear, p laye d a ti g h t ga m e. Mackpr a ng ' s long shot f eatu r ed t he ga me. T he f acul ty led a t th e beginning of the last q uarr er , 9 t o 4 . bu t baske ts by Bath , Mac kpra n g a nd Standl ey proved the ir un do ing. T he facu lty sad ly missed the de par t ment of musi c, who a ft er all may have p layed h is positio n be t ter ! tha n a ny me m ber of thi s team . Facul t y, 9. G. FG. F. 1 0 2 Eng lish , f . 0 1 Psyc hology, f . 0 1 Hig h School, c. 0 0 0 At hl etics , g . 0 Geogr aphy, . o o Co mm ercia l Li ons. 10.

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T h is is one of th e many b its of Pe ru scen er ;. I t is out a t Lac du Per u . Now tha t win ter has come dow n f rom t he No r t h , Per uvians a r e goi ng for th to t hi s spot wi t h t he ir skate!! on t hei r s hou ld er s; and boys a re enjo y ing t he d oubtfu l spo r t of t eachin g gi rls to ska t e.

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Dor la nd , g. 1 Conference Season Under W ay. 0 0 T h e Tomcats p layed t heir firs t Omaha U nive r sity mad e a good home ga m e, Sat urday ni g ht, showi ng a ga inst Wayne a nd Mid aga inst Hon ey Cr e e k a nd won by a lan d, Way ne continue d t o p lay good sco r e of 16 to 8 . Ni n e Pe r u v ians ba ll , Wesleyaa t ook a game fr om were used , t he coac h t r ying to find Speer's Wa rri or s , York wo n f r om the lightes t tea m he co uld m u ster . I Nebr aska Cen t r a l. a nd Ch adr on I The vis i tors were not accustomed I played a good r oa n trip t h e past to t he large p lay i ng tloo r and t he ir week T he Grand Island -Chad ron J shots kept fall in g s hor t . The car- score makes P eru look better. And rot-topped lad f r o m dow n Sa le m t hen Cha d r on gave H ast.ing s its way p layed a p r e t t y floor v:a me. fi r st b ea ting. 24 t o 18. For Peru Ca r pen ter playe d a few Wesleya n 23 Mi dl a nd 14 min ut es onl y; a nd Parr iott , Taylor Way ne 18 Oma ha 10 and Fuller playeci little longer than Gd . Isla nd 32 Chadro n 18 a half. Smith a nd Dallam perform - Midlan d 19 O maha 13 1 eci at forwards . Sm i t h playe d t he Chadron 24 Hastin gs 18 floo r we ll , a nd Da lla m picked up Kearn ey 23 Cha dron 16 t wo baske t s. Ritchi e p laye d center . 1 York 18 N e b. Cen t r a l 13 Wi ll i a m ~ a nd Madden played Cotner 17 Doan e 13 g ua rd s. wit h Madd e n s hiftin g to Ke ar ney 32 Chad r on 28 cente r . To mcats . 16. Men at Peru . G. F G. F. Be low are some interesting sia2 0 l tistics , n ot officia l, r e la t i ng to t he Fu ller, f.

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2 Bacon, f. 1 2 1 V. Grav es. f . 2 Ri chards, c. 1 2 W. Graves, g. 1 0 2 Kn ox, g. 0 1 B~ e be. g. 0 0 1 Thursday n i ght Prof. Beck took th e t ea m toJ Hu m boldt a nd was !lQUeezed out in the last t en seconds 0 0 2 of play. The Legiona ir es had Jed Da llam. f . Sm i t h, f. 0 0 o t.hr uo u t th e game, du e to t h e ina0 Pa r riott, c. 2 2 bi lity of th e Pedagogues to locate Ritchi e, c. 0 0 1 t he hoop. At t he e nd of t he game I) 0 0 the boys started and shot fou r bas- Carpenter, c. W i !Iiams, g. o 2 o ket s in a m in ute. Wi th t h ir ty sec · Taylor, g. 1 0 o ond s to p lay Bath le t loose fr om 0 Madd en, g. o 0 t he ce nter of th e floo r a nd t ied t he Honey Cre ke, 8. count 28 t o 28. T he ball was su r G. FG. F . rounded in t h e cen ter of t he floor o 1 o G. Wi twer , f. when it rolled out to fi n d Cooper Afl a ms . f . 1 1 o waiti ng under t he baske t. As he B r ~ys, c. 2 0 0 o o I shot t h e w hi Rt le b lew a nd Hum · Walke r , g. Bruh n, g . o o o boldt won 3o to 28. Re fer ee, Bitz ie , of Pe r.u. Scorer , Both was easil y t he s tar wi th hi e; 0. Cc n ka J. of Peru . s ixteen poi nts. T hi s lad has picked up th irty-seven poi n ts in t he last Novels. three games on fo r eign courts. T he sp ectacular shots by Pugh and I A Germa n no ve l is one in whi ch Bath were the fea tures of the two people want eaeh other i n th e ga me. For Humboldt Coo per play- first c hapte r and get each other i n ed t h e tar ro le, fo llowed I.Jy a 25- t he las t c hapter pound forward , P ug h . A French nove l is one i n w hic~h Tomcats, 8. t wo peo p le wan t each oth er , get G. F G. F. each oth e r , and don ' t want each other e ver after. Thorpe, f . 2 0 0 An Am erican nove l is one in P ug h , f. 2 0 3 o which two people want each other, Bath, c. 8 0 o Ca rpente r, g. 0 2 get each other , and keep on want· Higgins . g . o 0 0 ing each other. Hum boldt, 3. ARussia nnoveli son e whi chtwo G. FG · F peop le don't wan t eac h o t her, don ' t 4 1 Gou ld, f . get each oth er, but about w hom 350 0 Pugh, f. 3 0 o 1 me lancho ly pages a r e writte n. - Se6 Coop er, c. 1 1 Petrashek, g. o lected .

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Saturday, Feb. 2, 1924 T his quartet sang for Czar Nicholas. In America they were t he s i ngi ng Gypsies in th e s pectacular "Redemption "

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boys in Peru .S tate Teac he rs College. It is t he boast of Peru t hat it has a great e r proporti on of men stu de nts r.han a ny like institu ti on. 1923 1922 52 Fresh men 33 F resh men 44 Sop homo r es 27 Soph omores 5 Jun iors 4 Jun iors 2 Sen iors 3 Seni ors 1 Graduate 1 Gr ad uate 104 Men

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€RYS TA6 TH~ATRE Wedne!"iday and Th un~day

Priscilla ~ean in "Repu t ation" dr a ma of w~man against woman w1th a Pathe News.

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Jack1e Coogan ,i n ''Trou b l t:!"

Mofld ay a11d Tue~dav

A nt onio More no in " Three Seven s," a pris~n story .

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Fa lls Ctiy High Schoo l wi ll play t he Peru High Scho ol t ea m at Pe ru F ri day ni g h t. January 25 .

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You use e ightee n muscles wh en you fr ow n ; four make a smile ' 'Ost e upthy helps yo u to rest yo ur face" Dr . E . R. Reyno lds, Auburn, Ne br., i n Pe r u twice each wee k. Phone or write for appointme nt.

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Glasses fit ted

Sa ti s l act ion guaranteed Fx. f ee good for two yea rs

Da·. M. M. MacVean , Specia list Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office ove r Buck ' sBoote rie Phone 69 Nebr. Ci ty

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. JA NU ARY 30, 1924.

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ENROLLMENT INCREASES At the open ing of t he second se.

NUMBER 15

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Th e Pe ru B obcats mad e a r eal ly Company of P S. T C. Artists in r emarkabie sho wing against t he On e G ets Dejlree and Eight Finish Auburn Last Week. mester, the re was a n increase of T wo; year Course, t hirty co ll ege e nrollmen ts . Th is is fast Hil lyard team of St. Joseph, Tnursday even ing, J a nu a ry 24 a th e largest e nrol lme nt since th e l<'r iday e ven i ng. l n fact, the Teach · er s t h r e w a life-sized scare into Nme teache rs graduated f r •m1 group of Pe ru vi a n s. facu lty a nd World War anrl one of th e la rgest l . . I t he Che mi sts, for th e Teachers led Pe r u State Teacher s College at mid students, e n tertained from 800 t o j stra ig ht collegia te enro ll ment Peru : by eig h t points at one juncture of term. Of these nine, one candidate luOO people at the Mid _ Wi nter has ever had. the game. And with but two m in- received the bachel or' s degr ee. Fa ir at Auburn. T he pro!rram co n· l Tnis li st is not only co mposed of 1 utes t ~ ft to p lay th e Per u via ns had Miss May Linger, of Per u, needed s isted of three pa r t The or c hest r a i Freshmen but includes a ll (• lasse,:, 1 the ~a rn e ti ed at 2 a ll. The truth b ut t hree ·hours to complete there· appea red in part one a nd played even graduate. Among the i orme r 1 1 is that Peru a lmos t bearded th e qu~remen ts for the de~ree. S he t hree numbers. A mi .sce llan~ous Per u ~tudents are th e follo\VJng: I l ion in his own den. fim shed that wo r k by co rr espond pro:rram consti tuted part two. Harold 13 r own, Ro•e Co nw ay , Mrs. I 1 Against one of the fa stest amae nce while r ecoveri n g from an opThe D ramatic C lu b gave th e third ; A. Crago. Leo Faunce. A L. Fisher. te ur teams i n the Middle We" t Caperati on. par t. Clyde Ha n na, Mary S utton Harri tain Wei me r 's quinte t played a . Of th e eight to r eceive the cer ti f· The orchestra und e r t h e direc- so n, Robert Har r iso n, Se lma Hed fancy bra nd of basketball a nd made j lcate for th e comoletion of t_he two tion of P r ofe:.;sor Jindra was we l l blom. Fred Heskett. Ralph Hun ter , themse lves feared in am ateu r c ir -, year course, several r egistered received. Tne three numbers play - Jo hn J unes. Will iam Lockwood, 1 cles. If Coach Graf can kee p hi s: agai~ and star ted to work off the ed hy this or ~anizat ion r ecei ved Edwa rd McCall, Dorothy t'arriott, l hoys ~oing as t hey wen t against I r equireme nts fo r a degree. Others the co mme nd a tion o f th e la r ge Ge rtr ude Se well Pate, Al ice Rob i nth e St. J ose p h outfi t . he wil l be a we nt out to t each. The ni ne g rad· crowd in atte ndance. so n, Le ila Roge rs , and Rut h S . 1 fact or in t he Conference u nt i l the u ates i nc lude Marie Bour ke, of The second par t o f the program Wa r nock . R. D Ove rh olt. seagon e nd s . And a nothe r state Havelock; Ed na F isher , ot Peru; op~ned w1th a readin~ by Lucille The e ntire new e nrollme nt is as · tl · t · · ... ·1· Laura Kovanda, o f Table Rock; Tnom pson. Two so los f u iJ 1,w ed the fo ll ows : R. D . Overh olt. r egistrar, isj tJ e IS no an J mposs J ~II 1ty. W · B' · d S b Ed na Fish, of Shubert; Herald Ha r old Bro wn, Peru. known t o eve r y s t u d en t who has e lme r, JtzJe, an ta r uck read ing . The fir~ t of these solos ' · d · h h h f Maxcy, of Lew iston; Nainie Rob R >se Conway, Gre~ h am . entered Pe r u s in ce 1908 He is onP I vie WIt eac o t er or poin ts . was a co rnet solo by Mark Gr an· E h f t h t · d · e rtso n, o f Li ncoln; Alvina Selk, of Car l Cu nn in gham, Paw.nee City. of the pioneers of th e p resent fac- I 'ac o e no rna e ten pol nts. dat i. The second was a p1a no so lo 1 d' Py l mou th ;and AlbertaSkeen, of ~!;dna En~re l k e, S idney , Io wa ulty. Mr. Overh olt is a Cannck eru s g ua r m g w_as aga in reaby Mary McVay . Roth Mr . CranAuburn. Leo W. Faunce. Neb ras ka C1ty . , and so cou ld nev.-r 1 e p res ident of ture. The fans are ;sati sfied with dall and Mi ss McVay perfo rm ed 1 1 A. L. Fishe r. Pe ru . I t he United States Co nseq ue nt ly the showing that the Bobcats made. Supt. M · C. Lefler of L incoln for the r ad io fans at WOA W some I · A2· 29 d f employed Miss Fisher. She beKen n eth S . Gain es, Blair. l he i s r eg is tered at P e ru. J . 6 -to-' e e~ t at the han ds of gao work in t he Lincoln Ci ty wde ks ago a nd r ect: i ved much comClyd e M. Hanna. Douglas . H e t oo k h is A. B. ciegree from HJ!I ya rd s on _t he St. Joseph floor is m e ndation. Pr eside nt Pate then Schoo l at th e begi :ming of these1 John D . . Hanon, Sni ckley. i Toronto U nivers ity. a sc h ~o l t ha t not at a ll a d1 sg race. gave on e of hi s inte resting sho r t mester . Miss Skeen went to Om Mary Sutton Ha r ri so n, Panama. j has co m e into emin ence i n the last Pe ru, 26 talks, wh1ch call ed the attentio n of aha t o work und e r the d irectio n of 1 Robe rt Harrison, !'~nama. F. Pts. Supenn . ten dent Bever idge . Laura two years. H e t oo l< g rad uate work G. FG. the good folk R of Nemaha county t o 1 2 Se lma Hedb lom . Aurora. 0 I in th e Hamil to n Trai n ing In sli- FG• rat ry f. 0 the fact t h at the Peru S tate Teac n0 4 K ova nrla we n t t o Safford , Ari zona, Fred Haskett. Sa lem. f.I . 1 keso n f. 2 0 It t ers Coll ege is the ideal place for ) u e, am1 1ton, 0 ntano. Af ter Wei me r c. 0 10 to t each in the schools of that city . 0 5 Mrs. Sina H ill, Pe r u. this cou rse in J888 . he CllO'lP ·.'• ~1 ~:a m g . 0 0 l'oung people t.o receive a n ed ucal 0 Georgt Hausen , ' 12, i" s upe ri nRalph K H. unter. Tabor, Iowa. 1 , Nebraska . He taught in the schoo ls Bitzi e g . 2 1 tion . He in vi ted a c loser a n d 1 10 1 tendent of sch ools at t hat place. John W. J ones. S re lla . o f Auburn , .N eb r aska Cit y, A~ h - : H i llya rds 29 more neighborly acquaintance . F. Pt~ I M r . Hanpson m~rri ed Miss Glasgow, Wi lliam Lockwood . Broc k . and Mi nd e n. In 1908 he I G. FG. land T h is pa r t of the program was Edna Fish is a nother e rt.: v Jan . 2 3 Rn dv f . 1 EdwardS. McC,ill, Peru. 1cam e t o P e r u as r eg istrar an d has R eiff. closed w1th selections by the Drau0 11 teach i ng unde r Superintendent 5 I Margaret Nelson, Tecumseh . j se rved efficie n tly in that capacity Starbu ck c . 1 at ic Club quartet, Forrest Be ll. 2 2 1Groves of Fal ls City. 0 Otto Pabian, Cedar Bluffs . eve r s ince . ! Alle n g. 0 0 Miss B!an ken5hip. Alfh i ld Gi lqu ist, It is interesting to nute th a t 0 0 Dorothy Parriot, P eru. I The Ove rholts hav e th r ee chit- Gi ltne r g . 1 0 2 ~ Pe ru ga in ed three times a'> many and Har la nd fa y lor. Gert r ud e Sewe ll Pate, P e ru. 0 0 dren, two sons an d a dau g hter. DeRarnh a r di r. 4 T he t h ird part of the program stud e nts at the end of the first se1 Harold Rhodus, Peru. The boys, Donald and Richard , Referee, Giles. meste r as she lost. That is the was g iven by th e Da m a t ic C lub. Sir. Jas. M. Barr ie's "T ~e Twelve A li ce M. Robinon Per u. ! both g raduated fr om P eru. Rich- 1 Per u has' Midland sched u led f or L eith V. Roger s. Cambrido-e. 1 way to grow. Pound Look." whi ch ha d score d a ... ard r ecei ved h is A. B. last yea r. ! this week , ~ut it is rum ored th~t _ __ _ _ __ ~<uccess in t he Little Theat • e at Dorothy Ross, D u nbar Ma n on us n ow a fres hma n i n t he the game wil l n ot be p la yed. It IS Peru made its appearance. 1t sca rRuth S. War nock, Per u . : college. possible that Omaha Un ive r si ty may .r::;:::;;;;o:::;;::;;;;.:.,;::;;:;;::;;::;;'l ed another s uccess at Auburn . The Wal d o H. Wi ll hoft, Nebraska I ---! appear d u ring the week. On Ma nCity. Mt. V ernon Entertain s. day , Febru a ry 4, th e Grand Islan d cast includes Merritt W h itte n, Ther e are a lso thr ee r.e w e nro ll - : Last Satu rdav e ven i ng t he d oo rs Zebr as will appear for th e r eturn 1 Helyn Humbert, Mildred K le p sP.r m e n ts i n t he Pe r u Hi g h Schoo l : ; of Mt. Vern on were opened to a Jt game. Grand Isla nd has lost he r and Ceci l Coa tn ey. col lege boys, t h e eve n t being a leap 1only game to Peru at Gra n d Isla nd H e nry Rogge, Aubur n. 1 George Leahy, Juli an . year pa rty. The you ng men brave- hy a scor e of 20 to 13. Th e Zebras F rank Jon es, Per u. . / ly r e -ponded to t he invitat ion, and ~ are anxious to get back at Peru. Rogge a nd Lea hy r eg ister ed_ as i wer e welcomed by a rece ivi ng The Isla nd e r boast a worthy oppon1 Fr es hm e n an d Jones as J u n10r. 1 committee at t he do or . . Fourtee n e nt to our Ted, one Ma nd e vill e, --R- U - d- W t ables we r e arranged in the prett i ly who has bee n a me nace t o Confer1 C on fe ren ce ace n er ay. decorated dining r oo m f or card e nce teams . the outstanding game 1 p lay i. ng, whe re va r1. ous d egrees of wesleyan game f' erhaos , 1 The :late of th e played by a Con fe r ence t eam wal'l l a b .ll .lty we r e d'1splayed . h b d fi · 1 Ke nto n as ee n e ·1n1 t e Y se t . I t w1·1 1 b e t he spec ta cu lar game played by Poynte r and Ed i th Gape n proved p layed at Peru, Febru a r y 19. The Per u aga i nst th e Hill yards a t. S t. ' th emse lves h iszn sco r e rs fo r t he e v- 1 Peru-Wesleya n ga me will be a big Elma Gockley. Jose ph . T he. Bobcats led up t o the enm g and won the g rand p ri ze. 1I draw1ng · car d at p eru. Th e D oa ne last t hree minutes. St. J oseph pa p- J ohn Ha nson and Pearl Ne lso n I ga me preced ing the Wes leyan game I Miss Gockle y came into the office ers show the score 29 t o 26. The wa lked off wit h the boohy prizes. may g ive the Me thod ists ~:~orne ad- in 19 18. At pr esent ~ he is boo ksco r e hook s howed 27 to 24 · Wes· . . I Severa l hve a nd e ntertaining .vantage. H o we ver, E)e ru h opes t o keeper and sec r eta r y to t he p resile"an a nd Peru both idle in the · t r oduced by Besste . 1 tu rn t h e tnc · k a t U mve · rstty · PI ace. d ent. Among her othe r d uties, 1' ' .' g ames were m she occasionally posts grades . Stu· Con fe re nce, st i ll h old to fi rst place. Gi lla n a nd Lucile H a rri s wh o head - ' February 15. Kea rney d r opped t wo ou_t o f t hree ed the entertainm e nt committee. The following is th e sched u le to dents know he r. She g raduated from Danbury Clara M. Dunigan. ga ~ ea on h ~ r ~oar! trJ p. Doane La ter in t he evening the tab les : date not i ncl uding a pos.'ls i bl e home Hi gh sch ool and t oo k her business Miss Dunigan has been a m e m - j sp ll ~ e ve n, w mmng from York and 1 we r e clea red of ca rd s and e ve ryon e 1' g·ame with York, Omaha or N et rai ni ng in t he McCook Business her of t he office f o rce at Peru loosi ng to Co tne r. Oma ha a nd kn ew t hat it was time to eat. Bu t b raska Centra l. College. Like Young Lochinvar , Jan. 31, Midland a t F r e mont. s ince 1910. ~he i s now a ssistant Wayne con ti n ued to play cons ite nt first th e g irls had to obta in a pa r te ou t of the west. she cam registrar. She is always accom- ball. ner. T he g irls we r e put in the Feb. 6, Gra nd Island at Peru . 47 26 mod ating a nd always busy. M i d land Kearney rlin ing room and the boys out in · Feb. 7, Doane at Cr e te. Is Your Classification Correct. 2 1 18 Om a ha the ha ll. Each was num ber ed. Feb. 13 , Midla nd at Peru. She is always accommod at ing Kearney Yo ur n ame and classifica tion s and always busy. Wayne 28 Kear n ey 25 1The gi rls in t urn stepped t o the Feb. 14, Cotne r at Bethany. 10 posted on bulleti n board as it wi l l 20 She graduated from the Omaha Doane Yor k door and the boy who had the corFeb. 15 , Wes leya n at Uni . Place. go in the Peru vian. Please take u Cotn e r 12 Doane 8 F b 18 D p ·~igh School and completed the responding number strode f or t h t o e · • oane at eru. notice a nd corr ect mi stakes thru co urse in t he Van San t School of The first conferen ce ga me at m eet his lady fair . Will wonders Fe b. 19, Wesleyan at Peru. your class p r es ident if such is not Shorthand. There has never been h ome-Peru vs. Grand Isla nd . B ig ne ve r cease ? Ji,orrest and A lfhild Fe b. 23, C had ron at P e ru 0. K. any questio n about her efficiency. Gym. , Feb. 6. (Continued on last page) Feb. 29, Co tn er at Peru .

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Soph omores. The class held its weeklv meeti ~g Thursday .a t the chape l . hour. The Publish ed W eekly by the Peru State Teachers College meeting was opened by si ng ing the $ 1. 00 per year. Single co p.::.. y_5_ c_ts_._ _ _ _ _ _ __ coll ege song, afte r whic:, Mrs. If you do not r eceive your Pedagog ia n lea ve not ice in the Pedago- Ch urch ga ve a pi a no solo. Extempora neous speec hes were g ive n by g ia n box in th e Admini strati on build i ng. Hu g h Stoddard, "The Moral Effects • Ed itor of Bobbed Hai r;" "Love •. " by GE:O. R. WILLY . Bus inesA Manager Athur Major s. Kathe r ine Joiner DAVID COSTELLO Ca mpus , was asked to talk o n "Program s," EME Ll A NOVOTNY Camp us but s tated th a t s i nee thev a re so MARION MARSH Organizat ions hard to wo rk up, she felt that she CRYSTAL MEY8R I Or ganiza tions had done her part of th e wor k MYRL EM RI CK 1 Pe rso nals l without makin g a speech abo ut l<UTH SANDELL I . H E:LYN HUMBERT Personals them. Classes The bus iness of th e c lass was di sMILDRE:D PATE Classes cussed and "ring " and "play" GRACE METTZ - - - - DOROTHY WADE: - - - - - ' - Circulati on committeE's appointed . Special Reporte rs : Lucy Armsl r ong , E. L yle Laughl in, Bern ice The class will b~ glad to know Lewis, Hele n Jo nes, J ohn Shust er. that Mr. Ho lch is s lowly improving in heal th, and that he will soon BOOKS FOR BOYS, be wi t h us agai n . A num ber of s tude nts an d Aeveral out-in- th{' -stare teache rs ha ve Freshmen. a~ked th e wr i t e r to g i ve a rearlin l<{ li st for boys. 1 have no objection To those ne w members of ou r to g iving a li ot, t ho I hope that the reader w il l not th ink tha t I feel class this semester the Freshmen th a t my li s t is at a ll final. class wish es to ext end a h earty Contrar y to Lh e opinio n of some, 1 ho ld tha t g irl s r ead ahout the we lcome, a nd urge them t o attend sa'T!'.l bo ok:; th at boy;; read in t he ear ly teens. So any li st of books for ou r r eg ul a r meeting e ve ry Thur:;b:1ys will b t! h e lpfu l fnr g irl 5 as we ll. [ put forth no claims as an ex· day in t he chapel. We always put pe rt boy psy ch ologist, but 1 d o claim to ha ve had a g reat deal of ex- on a snappy progra m, a nd br ing u p peri e nce with boys an d an inmate Aympathy f or boys The following i s m atte rs of in ter est to the class. m y Ji st of fifteen fictio n books for boys in th eir tee ns, pa rticu)arly i n Our m eeting of January 24th opEntered at the Postoffice at P e ru , Ne braska as second-cl ass matter.

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we are now showing a select assortment of of Gift Things. The choicest and best the mtlrket affords Shop ear ly and save money . Our n ew illustrated catalog i s fr ee. Sen d u s yo ur name and address on a postal card and we wil l m ai l ou r new catalog to you at once.

CHAS. F. FOlEY JEWELER

ened with a short busine!'s session, Nebra!"tka Ci ty, Nebr. 903 Central ave. Fifteen Fiction Books for Boys minutes being r ead by the secreRob i n:>o n C r u ~oe. Dt!foe; Treasure f ~ l a nd, S t eve nson: Captain ta ry , and a r epo rt m ade by t he 1 Cou rag~o u , K1pl ing- ; Huckleber ry Fi!"ln , Twa in; Muby ~ick , M e lvill ~; '! tr eas ur er. S h ~ r epo rts that the r e Wil d Animals l H av~ KnJwn, Seton; La>t of th e Moh1cans. Cooper ; , a re a few delinquents who have The People's Store will ~ave you money on Si las !Vlarne r , Eli ot : C udj o's Cave, Trowbndge: 1va nloOe , Scutt; Ca ll of i not paid th ei r las t Sf? rn est er 's du es, the Wil rl , L·1nd on ; Swdy in Scar ld , Doy le ; Gulliv ~ t 's Tra vels, Swift; and she would like to h ave thi s good things to eat and wear. Give us a cal l. r a le of Two Citi es, D ickens; Rise of S ila ~ La pham, H owell s. money as 1won as possib le . A ve r y we ll a rr a nged progra m G ive them a ca ll Phone is No. 52 Bookmnn Enrlv Teen Lis t. was put on u nd er the d i r ection of Some t ime ago " The Bookma n " publis hed t wo n on- academ ic li st s I R 1 d Erl ' Th b w e ao o an 1e. e num ers er " uf buc.ks fur boys. One of these lists w ;: :; for early- t ee n boy; th e ot her f II A d' b M I. s Ma hh t&H*(s=5 • 21 o ows : r ea 1ng y s r~ , wa::. fo r boy bdPre 1he t t:'e ns. Th e e ;H I.Y t ee n list is appended: t b M k C and 11 a cor nt! so 1o y ar r e , For mo11t h of Jtlnuar} The Perfect Tri bute; An drew s ; Tne Sun nf SaraLOga, Alhshele; d t lk b M Wh"tt an a pep & ~ r 1 e n. Guyd .:me r, Knt gh t of tne A ir, Ho r deau; That Yea r at Ltncoln High· -- ---Roses $2.00 to $3.50 per doz. ,, Gollomb; The Sign of Freedom, Guodrt c h; Hoys' Life of Roo~evelt, CHAPEL Carn atio ns 1.50 ,, Narc issus Hagt!dorn ; The First Hundred Thousand , 1an Hay ; Whirligigs, H e n ry; Monday, th e twenty-fi r st, t he 1. 50 Sweet Peas T ile Varmin t, J ohnson ; Ca ptains Co urag eo us, Ki pl i ng; Geo rge Wash- fi r st chape l of the ne w se mes ter, .50 D affodi ls a n d tulips w i II be late ing ton. L odge; Boy's Li fe or Ed iso n , Meadowcraft; Wild Life in the was g i ven over t o the necessa ry a nRockies, M1lls; Srory of My Ho; hood a nd Youth , Mui r; Ab rah m L in- nounce m en :s. Of course. th e or· ~P rires s u bject to c ha nge without notice coi n, Boy a nd M·a n, Mor gan; Camu p, Days, Pai ne; The Oregon Tratl, chestra ushe r ed us i n and out. The .... Quick service ... ... Si MANTON & P ENCE Parkman; An American in rhe i\llal< 1ng, Ra vage ; The Making of a n or che t ra playi ng i n th e n ew pit Sunnysid e Green Hou :;e, Phone 95 Am er ica n, R ii s ; K idn apped , Steve nson ; Ram sey Milho llan d, Tar .... ing - ma kes us thin!< that we a r e at t he Fal ls City, Nebr. theatre. PrEsi dent Pa t e mad e t he to n; Huckle b erry Finn, Twa in; The Forest; Wh i te.. John Martin . the editor of ' 'J oh n Ma rtin's Book," a magazine for important a nnou nce ments. Mi ss child r e n, has a blue-book of the best c hi lrl r en ' s lite r ature. He wii J Biankens hip led severa l popular ' se nd th e boo k t o inte res ted parties free of charge. The address i1! New song·s . €0ZY E.tA FE» York, of c:our se. Anni e Carro ll Mo ore , librarian at t he New York PubWedn esday seve ral of Mi ss Royc·s Meals Short Orders li e Lib rary , is a noth e r who i s a lways wort h listening to, when she m us ic pupils gave a recital. The H. D. F RARY, Proprietor speaks of juvenil e readi ng. She mi gh t take the time t o a nswer queries, recita l was un de r th e direction of Auhu• u . 1\ebraska busy as s he i!>. the pi a no d epa r tmen t. Marion ...,...,""""'_,_,.,.,.....,_ _,_==-===>==-"""'.,..•---_,.---..,.,,.~-----..! Marsh began t he program w it h a

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arrived. the day after Christ-· mas this winter. I wonder if there is any man in the class of '13 or any other class that can boast of an attainment that wi ll in any way approach this as a real eervice to I the world." The Pedagog ian · q·uotes Arta Draper Parriott' s tribute to motherhood. All too often we remember our alumni and forget our alumnae. i Spencer Leger, superintendent of schools at Elm wood, has declared hi s intention of coming to Peru this summer to take ·his deg ree. 1Mr. Leger is making the rig ht move. Go thou and do likewise.

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Modern Up-to-date System F aculty and Stu den ts will find a cordial w elcome here

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Percy K. Lapp, '1 2, paid Peru a I visit last week. He is represent/ ing the Standard Life Ins ura nce 1Company wi t h his office in Lincoln. Mr. Lapp is only one of several

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S0M G f>G0f>6 G ~f>G N B their odd cha nge, oth ers " invest" it in a Savi ngs Accoun t. The d ifference late r on in life is the d iffere nce bet ween " Success" and ·'Fail ure ''.

Peruvians in the preeident insuranceofbusi theness. Ira Crook, class of 1911. and J oseph Gol d1 jstein, '10, are offi cers of the Lib· l erty Life. J ohns Wear, '14, is med ical examiner for the Nor t h· 1 western Life.

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T".ls tes in fabric differ; you. may prefer a bl u e, brown or gray tone; a roug h or s mooth finish. But tbe clo t h e s a re s marf only if the cut is corr ect. A g re a t variety of fabrics, righ t cut a nd moderately priced in

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E vid entl y a large percent of t he ! students are musicall y inclined if 1 the enroll me nts of these classes are , any indication of thi s. Mi ss 1 Blankenship has requested that she I be provided with a doctor at the cl o~e of her one-thirty class of ei ghty-three students, to give her aid. medically or otherwise. We I wond er if the strain of starving for a " «oncordance of swee t 1 1 sounds" is t oo great for physica l - or is it vocal strength?

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The <·hange of chapel time to eleven forty-five is no doubt for the best, but-just s uppose chapel 1 is held overtime! It is r eally a pleasure to be late to class, and perhaps not ha ve ti me f(Jr that t est, whereas t o dinner - well we . prefer promptness then.

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Marjorie A. declared in a play last week tha t she loved t o have Gerald (Otto Oakes) hit her. How·ever, we are inclined to believe that in life she doesn't object t o having Art sl ip with her and fall - on the ice. Miss Clark, discussing pronouns in Spani sh class: "Now, folks, there are only three pronouns in the world." Sandberg: 'M ~. you, and us." Mr. C. T. Ltnn has been eonfined to bed for the past few days. May we soon see him at work a gain.

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\ ers who aren't m e mb er s with their noi se was co ntinuous. Peru startORGANIZATIONS . 1 pocket books! Everybody be tter pay ed the scoring a nd · was ne ver Philomathean. second se me t e r dues, or bye-bye!!!! head ed unt il the las t two minutes T he Phi lomatheans met ThursMarie Grabill s tarte d th e pro- of play . The scor e ran: day e veni ng , January 2 4, f or the gra m out right, in he r u sual p eppy P eru 2 2 4 4 6 6 7 7 p u r pose of e l e~:tin g office r s for the ' way, with a s hort, humorous read- ~ Falls City 0 2 2 4 4 6 6 8 n ew semes ter. ~hey wer e el ect~d ing . The squeals and tumbles on The fo ll ow in g is the official as follows : Pres1dent , George WJI- t he i cy wa lks, which s he so clever- !score : · Per u, 7 ly; vice pre:i de nt, Myrl Emri~k; ly gave us in "The Mumford's ! trea s urer, Mlldre d Pa te; record JO g Pavement," r e mind e d us ve ry defiG. FG. F . sec~retary, H e len Carme n; co rre - nite ly of ce r tai n icy wa lks and Bath, f. 1 1 1 1 s pondi ng secre t ary, Mary Borne; . tumbl es on the hills of "Old 1 Vance, f_ 1 0 0 se~geant- at- arm s, Otto Uakes. l Peru. " Following the reading, P eterso n, 0 0 0 MI SS Pa lm er, Mr. Beck a nd Clar-, He le n L ichty a nd Wilma Coatney Newton, f. 0 0 0 e nce flawxby were e le c t ed a s trus- sa ng a duet' "Sleep," wh ich was Parrio tt, c. 0 0 0

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San d e 11. . J on;s an d N e w h ~use , th e Once be fore th e Bo bki tte ns s tartY. M C. A n egat 1ve. Th ey we re g iven two ed for Sy r a cuse a nd wer e snowed A goo d crowd wa; out to th e Y. minutes to p r epar e th eir s peec hes: und er b e fore t hey go t there. T hi s M. C. A. m eeti ng la s t Wednesd ay and th e n the .fun began. I t wa s t ime the sa me t hin g happened after

eve ni ng, wh ich was the firs t m ee tin g- of the p r ese n t ~e m es t er. Barland Ta y lor Je d in the s i ng in g of seve r a l song s . Af t e r thi s the d iscuss ion of the eve ning wa s he ld. Mr . S toddard C(lnd uc red the di scussio n a nd the readings and ta lks were inter~s ti n g as we ll a s he lpfu l. An el ection of off ice r s for the prese nt se mes ter was h eld at a pre vio us meeting. The res u lt s of the e lecti o n we r e: Pr es id e nt , Gi ll<eson; vice p re :;ident, Madden; sec re tary , Philip Hoy t; treas u r e r, H a nsen; campus service, Ma rk De lze ll; pub lic i ty , C hamb erlain ; boys ' work, Wri g ht. Th e new cab ine t is making big plans f or thi s se mest e r and w is hes t he hearty cooperation e v er yone in schoo l. All m e n a r e r eques ted t o attP nd the re gular m eet ings on We dne sday f!ve n inJ!, and they are ass ur e d t ha t th e ir tim e wil l be we ll s pent.

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D. R. ''T<'d ' ' Weimer was second high -poin t man in t he Sta te Confe re nce las t ye a r. Ted IS ca pta in of the 1924 Bobcats, and he i:: lea d ing a powe rful tea m Ted b im .;elf is a dange rous pla.1 er. A product of H a rd y ' s pa lm y d ays, he ha s impro vt:d u n t il he is o n e o f Nebra;;ka' s leadinR" players . Whe n \\1 e imer dOE's n ot p ick up fr o m fo u r to s 1x baskets, he b as a bad n •g ht. l?eru i:> ba nJ<ing tha t Ca ptai n We 1mer w i ll le a rl an o th t::r wi nne r .

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QUARTET. f man's ''Two Grenadi e r s" and Ca r- l HIGH SCHOOL DROPS TWO T ne lo ng lo o ke d f o r Carhedr a l r y Jaco bs Bond'<.! " Jus t a Weary in' l In two g-ames played on successQua r t e t was r ece i ve>? with e nthu si- ~ fo r You." brouflht vigo rou~ ap- i ve ni g hts. th e Bobk i ttens we re de a sm , tar. Saturda y mght, Fe bruary pla use. Everyone loves bar1tone, f eated . On Tuesday night Auhurn 2 . The a u d ie n ce crowde r! the new anrl e~ p e cially wh en it is of so r a re played on the Peru fl oor. and a ud itor ium almost t o its full ca- a q uality. caught the home team on an off pac i ty , a nd was mor e th.an well ''Somewhere a Voice is Calling," night. The visitors won by a score please d with this o pening pro- s ung in American by the second of 14 to 7 acco rdin g to the scor e g ra m . The }{ussians f a vo red u s t e nor, s tirre rl the sou l of every book; anri th ey d eser ved th e ga me . w ith a va ri e t y of se l ect i ~n. bo t h ll is ten_e r, wh ~tht>r or . not he was a n Naturally the Auburn lads ce le· harmo n ie!:l and solns. w h1 c h h e ld espec1al mus1c lover . The n the r e bra ted, f or th ey r em e mb ered the a was the humorous due t of th e bass to 0 footb a ll di sas te r of last fall. t he a udi e nce fr o m firs t t o las t . The v nea l1 st s 'N e r e mar ve lo us in and first. t e nor, which portrayed a Against Plattsmouth on Wednesd a y •Cnn t l n u f)d f Jn t_.~n~ t P Hil'U. J th e ir cl ose harm o ny work, their the Bobkitte ns p la ye d a stro nger

was t o u te d The T hu r rran t e a m as a stro ng co n te nd e r f o r hone rs hy mn s c ha nts , f o lk-so ng s and g ame on defE: nse. In fact , th e scor e Dramatic Club i n Iowa . In f a c t. the y lus t on ly to class •cs. Th e pipe or ga n effect of 34 t n 7 does not indicate th e 8 ff The Dr a ma tic Club took a co mAbraham L i nco l n , C o un c il Bl u • d b pro du ce d was r e m a rke up on y N la~t year . a n d th ey t r immed e- the h e a d s of th e var1· o us mus1c · d e · p le t e pr og ram to Shubert on Fe b- closene ss of th e game. ruary 1. Mus ica l number13 , readAuburn brought a rangy t eam braska Ci t y 18 to 7 at Ne brTa s ka par t m e n ts o f th e Co ll e ,., " e. The ings, and plays furni she d the e n - and th e] playe d ove r th e heads of City th is year . H o we ve r, t h e o m- s t ud e n t s w e r e . perh a ps, m ost int e rtainm e nt f or a v ery apprecia-~ Peru. It was Peru's wors t error cats f ound them somewh at o ve r- t e r e s t e d in " Da wn . " th e popular ti ve audi en ce. Much prai se was that th e boys tried to play over the touted , fnr t h ey led f nr t hree c o llege s o ng of Ru ss ia. Ho we ver, g iven and hopes were expre ssed head s of Auburn It worked not Quarters. And i t w a s a f o ul c all e d the se a rti s ts a ls o s howed t ha t they that the perfo rmance mi g ht be r e · l a~ all. _Curtis a t center wa11 . the oo t he fr eshman ~ uard , Be ck , i n c o u ld inte rpre t A m e ri ca n mu sic a s pea t e d some day in the f orm of h1 ~h po1nt man, of t_he eve n m g . the last m om ents t h <1t turne r! t h e we ll a s t he ir ow n. They. pr o baanother program. H~ t o tal e d ten . fh e wmners show trick. T1e fo ul m u :> t. ha v~ b e en · bl y . d irl n ot g et t h e pro nun c iati on In th e afternoo n readin g s we r e ed some fini sh in their team p lay, called f or reflecti ng !l)l h t In th~ c o r r ectly , b ut w ho thin k-:; of thi s. given by Mi ss Plaehn a nd Mari e must :not be for g otten tha t the Player's eyes; n o o th e r rea~o n wa' w h en c o n veya nce of m ea~in g over- Grabill to a high school audience. Tomkitten11 t oo k a curta i n - raiser noted. c o mes t h e d e fe c t s of la ngua g e ? · Tht e ve ning program began at fr o m the Auburn Reserves by a Bath, Pu[{ h a nd C onk le playe~ O f t he q uarter numb ers, "My 8:30, with two se le ctions by th e score of 8 to 0. Robinson played 1 Apleodid ba ske t ba ll a nd held a _ l~ Old K e n tu ky Home. " "Be li e ve orc hestra , Ame rica' s Fines t" a nd the bes t g am e f o r t he Peruvi s.1ns i.1 to 10 lead a t t he e nd o f th e third M ·f a ll T hose E nd e arin g Young " Golden Moments ," both by this fracas. The Tomkitt ens will 1 Quarter. Two lo n g s(1ots a nd ~he C he , a n d Nev in 's " Rosary" Zamecnick. T he quarte t f ollowed play Honey Cree k at Hon ey Creek, f h ndo l n g a rm 9 , oul conver ted pr oved t e u . e p r o b a bl y t he mot famil iar t o with ''The S olrli e r's Chorus,' ' a f- February 8. of the Peru vians. Coac h K nd e l - wer a n d h ere t he most a ppre cia ted ter which "The Maker of Dreams" P e ru , 7 G. FG. Pts. baugb had a g ood o u t fi t and the~ ~;·everyone in g ene ral. H owe ver, by Oliphant Down, was presente d. 1 0 2 Played consistent basket ba ll_- Ca~o the numbers s un g i n .t h e perfo rm - Zenas Te ich was "Piero," Marj or y Bath f. 0 0 0 tain Bath, howe ver, wo uld hke Jd ers' n ative t o ng u e h e ld th e sam e Arnold was "Pierette, " and Fuller Vance f. 1 l 3 bave a return ga me. And l'lO wo u / s ual n ess o f timbre a nd to ne . W oodie was "The Make r of 1 Peterson f. li'lggins. unu I Sh /conti nu ed on L ..at Pal{e.l I {Continued on last page) !' B o th the ba rito ne so os , u(Continue!l on last page)

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ing po wer or ability; to learn to e lect a nd organize s ubject matter; t o famili a ri ze students with i.m portant teachin g problems ; to de· ve lop a profess ional a t titude, and to familiari z e student with th e Conference ne ed s o f a cl a~ sr oom . be tween supervi sor a nd student. obse rvati ons. and lesso n plans ar e included with th e work of actua l I t e aching . Students he r e o re paring for the t ea ching profe ss ion, ar e r equired to have s ix hours of practice t e achin g in the Training School be fore grarluation . In th e Training School th ey wo r k und e r t he best of c on ditions. The force of s upe rvi sing te ache r s co nsis ts of the mo> t capabl e instruc t o r:>. Und e r their d i r ecti on t he stud ent t eac he r s . are we ll train ed and prepar ed for efft: ctive t ea chi ng

The following are teaching in the elementary grades: First and Second, Susan O'Connor , Edna Enze lka, Ola Burgme r, Helen Palmer, Dorcas Johns ton , Lucille Harris, Bessie Gillan. Third and F ourth, Amy Kite, Gladyss Kurtz, Ella Te ich, Ethe l. Thompson, Edna Rogers, Thelma Wells and Adn ce Hamilton. Fifth and Sixth, Lois Veed er, Mary Royal, Alice Lindgren, Louise Farley, Lois Fisher, Zelma Taylor, Edith Neal and Lucille Thompson· {Continued on l ast page)


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ly m ee t ing a t t he cha pe l hour B usiness matters we re d iscussed Mi ss Helen Carm en was elected Entered a t the P ost office at Pe ru, Ne braska as second-c lass matte r. the Of ten comes i n handy . Us ua llY a f t e r chai rm a n o f the pr ogram com mi t you d is t ri bute d , Published Weekly by the Peru State Teac her s College fi r st d ozen pri nts ar e tee. S ince it i s q ui t e a task to w h o ha ve be en peop le r e m e m ber severa l ser ve on th is co m m i ttee le t UA he lp file $ 1. 00 per year. S ing le co py 5 c ts . Yo ur n egatives a re on ove r looked. Miss Ca r men as m uc h as possi ble a r e verY If y ou do not rece ive your P edagog ian lea ve noti ce in the P edago- by f urni shing e nter t ai n me n t when and our prices f o r dup li cates gian box in th e Ad m ini str a t ion bui lrlir. g. r easc na ble. ca lled upon t o do so. M i ~s P laehn gave a rea di ng " The Editor GEO. R. WIL LY .., . M Li e," wh ich was g reatl y enjoyed DAVID COSTE LLO bus r nesR anager b II I f ld h C Y a . n act we wou ave EME LI A NOVO TNY Ca mp us I been " mi nus " a p r ogr a m if i t had MARIO N M ARSH a mpus not been for her. Orga ni za ti ons . CR YSTAL MEYER The n a mes of t he me m be r s of t he Or gan izations MYRL EMRI CK class a r e post ed f or th e P e r uv ian Dee ~ n: am Perso nal s l< UTH SAN D ELL Can dy If. per c hance, anyon e w ishes t o Personals H ELYN HUMBERT Sandwi c hes make a chang e. (t his . m ig h t apply Classes MIL DR E:D P ATE t o t.h e g irl s) Ma r k Delzel l stated Classes GRACE METTZ - t rrat you mig ht spea k to h i m co nCircula t ion DOROTH Y WADE: ce r n i ng t he mat te r . Specia l R e po r ters : L ucy Arms tr ong , E. Ly le La ug hlin, Be rnice We cor diall y extend an i nvita Lewi s , He le n Jones. J oh n Shuster. t ion to a ll ne w Sop ho mo re me mWe are n o w sh o w i ng a ~e ) e(.; £ a !"'sortme nt of bers . and ho pe t hat yot.: wi ll have MIGHTY OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GRO W. of G ift Th in ~ ~ - Th e choicest and h e st heaps of. fun before t h e yea r c loseR. In t he r ea lm o f nature, p rogr eJs has ever bee n recog ni zed as t he We we r e all ve ry g lad to see Mr th e m (j r ket affo r ds e vi d e nce of a g r owi ng life. From th e time t ha t th e aco rn begins t o Holch ' s p l ea~a nr and s m il in g face ' swe ll and spro ut, th e re ill a conti nu al progress, a developmen t of c ha r- once mor e . As fo r t he flo wers, we Sho p ea r ly and sa ve m o nPy . O u r n ew illust r aterl ca t al og ac te r isti c:> an d , produc ts , unti l th e st orm s and seasons b r ing t o a close e nj oyed sendtng them . i s f ree. Sen d u s yo u r n ame a nd a dd r ess o n a pos t a l ca r d the cent u r y-old car ee r of mig hty oak . F r om bir t h un t il death a cona nd w e w ill m ai l ou r ne w catalog t o yo u at once . An Upset in Con fere nce Race sta nt prog ress mar ks t he chang o thru whi ch a nimated life must pass. As long as l ife shal l c haracteri ze t he existence of a be in g or th i n~{ , so Th e bigges t upse t of the yea r i n long does na tur e see m be nt u pon a progre.:;sive develo p me nt. When baske t ba ll ca me las t wee k: York, dea t h b r ings a I i v i ng caree r to a close, th er e is no longe r prog r ess conside r ed a weak t e r m, defeated !<r om th a t t i me fo rt h, as fa r as na tur e is concerned, t h er e is d eca y Grand !Aland , con sid e r ed a str ong r esul t i ng i n a n ultimate r etu rn to th e consti t ue n t e leme nts. team , on t he Grand Isl an d floor, Eve ry hu ma n ins ti t u ti o n i s s u b.i ec t t o t h is same rul e of nat ure. As 16to 9 . Grand l sla nd wai ted t oo 903 C entr a) ave. Nebral"ok a Ci t_L Ne b r . long as i t is cha ra ct e r ized by expa nsio n an d development th er e is li fe . long t o s~art her first s tr ing, i t ~-a~ • ~-:ilt When it cea,;es t o grow, yo u ma y know t ha t o n ly a lapse of time is seems. Kea rn ey p roceeded t o wi n r :!q u i re d t o witness its comp lete ce:;sa t ion . By its growt h a nd d evel· f r om York the f oll ow i ng nig ht, 34 o pme nt the Pe ru Sr.ate Teache r s Co llege has c l a ~s died itse lf as one of t o 17 . Wesleyan a nd Pe ru sti ll T he P eople's ~ ron~ w ill !" a ve y ou mo n e )' on t ht! g reat, live institu t i ons of t he day . Fou nded but li t tl e m or e than a lead t he r ace with c lea n s la tes half cen t ur y a}.!o by a few whu combi ned t he spi ri t of j ol lity wi th th a t Wesleyan ba rely nosed out Hastgood things to ea t and ~'e l1 r- Gi vP u s a ca ll of he lpfu lness f or th e i r own number , i t has g r ow n un ti l t oday we Sl:' nd ings at Univer s rty P lace, 20 to 19 from o ur i n:;t i tution eac h year two-hu ndred g raduates to t rain ou r Cot ne r ' s B u lld ogs loo k fo rmid able, G ive them a ca ll P h o ne is N o. 52 yout ns, a nd pe r pe t ua t e t he princi ples of o ur A lma Mater . Wh at has as do Wayne's Wi ld cats Cotne r ca used th is r ~ ma r k ab l e g r owth '? ~ u r p r i sed Mirlla nd and t ook t he -· In t he plant world l!r n wt h i s occas ioned by SUi ta b le so il, ai r , l1g ht War ri ors to a 2 L to 15 dr u bbing a nd moistu re. Wi thout any on e o f t hese f our ele me n ts on ly the lowest on Speer's own floo r . Cot ne r a lso F or m n ., t h n f .Jn nu nr \ f orm o ~ vegetat ion i s pr od uced . In t he a n i m,tl worl d a s imi la r fo ur- nosed ou t H as tings i n a Garr iso n fold elemen t is r equired. Q u rt a nv o ne and only t he lowest for m of fi n ish . 16 t o 14 Way ne , howe ver, Roses $2 .00 t o $3 50 p er d oz. life can ex ist . SJ , al so. rn the wor ld o f i nst itutio ns. None ca n r ise t o t r imm ed th e Chri st ia ns 34 to 17 . Ca r natio ns 1. 50 d ig nity an d val'.le sa ve th o3e t hat a re s up p li ed with qua li ficat ions nec· Gr and l sla nd mad e i t 50-50 f or the Na r ci ss u s 1. 50 essary to p roduce a n i n fluence for good . O ur rn s t i t ut1o n has fo un d week by wi nning f rom Doa ne , 32 S wee t Pea s . 50 t hree elements in its recog ni t i on of th e card in a prin cipi es of Lova lty, t o 20. Peru wi ll get i n to the Co nDaffod i ls ancl t ulips wi ll be la t e Democr acy , Ch r i s~ i an i ty , an d Fide lity. A pe rs is ten t fai lure t o exhib i t fe rence r ace again th is wee k by ~ Pri res su bj ect t o c ha nge w ith ou t n oti ce one of th e;e cha rac t e ri stics wou ld resul t in a decay tha t in tim e must tak ing on Gr a nd bland and Doane ... Qu ick se r vi ce .... co m plete ly d e:;troy i t . To e ob o>ervance o f t he m ha:; produ ced our p res- o n s uccessi ve nights. S I.V\ AN fON & P E NCE e n t i n~ t i tu t i on , T he P e ru S ta t e Teac he r s Co li ege S unn vs id e Gr ee n H o use. Pho n e 95 C o tner 21 Mi dl a nd 15 Fa l ls C it y, N e br. To a :!co m plish t ne:>e aim;, to su sta in th ede eleme n ts s o e<>sentially York L6 Gr a nd Id. 9 necessa r y in th e s uccess of our insti tu ti on, we mu st t oil , and pe rha ps Wayne 34 Co t ner 17 -----------sac rifice mu c h that is dea r t o us . 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F. W. CLEVELAND & SON. Nebraska City, Nebr.

Omaha is well represented at Pe ru this year. The e ighteen follow i ng st ud t:"nts come fr om that city; Cleo Austin, Juniata Bruns, Marie Clau ssen , Alice D.. nnison, ! Alfred Gilque11t, Adnee Ha milton, Helyn Hu mbert. Mildred Klepser, I: Gladys Kurtz, Susan O'Conner, Ernestine Robertso n. Vivi a n Rowe. Ruth Sande ll . Mu rie l Scheuer, Alice Soren• e n. F:the l T ho mpson . F .. rn ; Ware and Thelma Wt:"ll s .

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There is always sa ti sfaction in getting wha t yo u want Our schoo l s u ppli es sa tisfy Peru, N l' b r .

Mildred Klepse r was surpri ~erl when he r brot he r, J ay Mer r itt, of 1 Omaha, paid her a short visit Tuesday.

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Glen G il keson r efer eed the Shu · gan eat ShubHt last : week . i

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new rul E's adopterl by I ; th e or gani zation. The following ; house office rs were re-elected f or I th e se m es ter : Presi dent, My r l I Emrick; vice president, Sue O'Con1 ne r; secretary, Ali ce Sorensen ; treasurer, Bernice Breckenri dge. 1

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A new line of candies and bars direct from the factory, and the price is reasonable too.

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Th e ha ll has been fi lied t o C::l OI'I<'·I \ ity by t he e ntr an ce of seco nd sem e~ ter g ir ls. The foll owing mern: bers were welcomed into our organizati on last week: MarjlarPt j Nelson. Rose Conway, Dorothy I Ross. Marie Claussen a nd Mi lrlred , Rogers .

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Signs o f spring ? re !'howing th e mse lves. A g r oup of boys and 1 i girls g-ath ered on t he do rmi tory ste ps Tuesday noon and sang, just / like t~ey do in the g ood olrl sum mer trme.

Yes. we ha ve ou r m eeti ngs : The : reg u lar busine;;s mee ting wafl held !Tu esd ay evening of thi~ week.

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Fresh cut fiowe rs for any occasion such as weddings birthflays and par ti es. We grow our own flowers. Gree nhouse a nd store, corner G: E. Berth old, Florist 6t h s t . & First Corso N"'bra,Ka City. Nebr.

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Mr!l. Pate'g mother, Mrd. Adrlie SewPII , of Stamford, Ne br. , and s iste r. Mrs . 0 B . Wood .• , of Great Fa lls. Montana, a re vi s iting at th e , president'A thi s week.

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We can rebuil d an d re new t hree pairs of your comfortable old s h oes for the price of one g ood ne w pair. ' 'F'lexible Soles used on women's s hoes.

Miss Go ldi e Creech has been appointed report e r f or the do rm itor y during th e seco nd sem es1~r.

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The Nebraska City Press says: I ! Bill Maupin r ecently vi s ited t he ; Normal School at Wayne. ' 'The pre tti est and most substantially j built bit of f urn iture turned out of the school ' s manual t raining shop to date," he !'lays, "was mad e 1 by a g irl s~udent." At Peru, near Nebraska Ci ty, th e prettiest and · m ost substanti a lly built pieces of 1furniture turned out are the g irls themselves, in which we have i t over Wayne.

Peru Variety Store II

Headquarters For Valentines and Valentine Candies Evet·ything For that Valentine Party

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0 0 Dramatic Club. 2 Ha lloway f. T 1D ch oo .rops wo. 1 8 LC ontlnut!<l r roro F irst Pa£:"· 1 0 4 ) Steele c. (Continued flrom first page 1 Dreams. ' • Mari e Grabil 1 was th e 0 1 0 1 0 2 · B urson g . o o d ircetor. On th e heels of the apA n ville c. 0 0 Parriott g. 0 0 0 Surface g . plause in tribute to th e phantasy, Newto n g. 0 0 0 Teaching in t he Training School. th e orchestra s truck up "l<' ond Delzell g . 0 0 0 ( Continued Cram fir st page ) Mem or ies, " Idy ll. S urely some Adams g. 0 0 0 Seventh and Eighth, He len of the a ndience were able to hark . Au burn , 14 J on es, Gold ie Creec h, Els ie Redd, back to the ir own dayR at Old i G. FG. Pts. Har land Tay lor, Ray Kl auren~, and Peru . The n t he quarte r brought Masters f. 0 0 Alice Sorensen. down the house by a hum orou s ren4 A·rmstrong f. 2 0 Those teaching in the high school dition of " The Littl E' Red School · 10 Curtis c. 5 0 are as fol lows: H ouse ;" t her e wa s a g_r ip on ev- : Fandram g. 0 0 Jn:: ne Veal a nd Kathryn J oiner, ery face. Miss Blank e ns hip was 0 0 Latin. ~. nex t with t wo solo n umb e r s. Pe ru 1 'Caldwel l g. ·1\.gainst Rothert's quintet at 'I Ruby Taney, Caesar. knows Miss Bl~nkenship well ; Plattsmouth t he Bobkittens played Mabe l Abbott, r e vi ew geogra- e.1 oug h to know how she_. was . ap- i - ~good game. T hey he ld th e Platte 1 phy . preciated. Three sh ort readm~s lads to an 8 to 4 score the first Mark Delzell , Pe arl Newhouse, ! were g iven by Mi ss Plathn i n he r :1 half. And then Krejci go_t under Lloyd Dallem, Clarence Grandy i del ightful way . The orchest ra gave l way and picked up 22 poJnts u ?- a nd Nita Clark, ancient h istory. !another selection, ' 'Rose Burts," ; a ssis ted. That i 'l e n oug h to WID Ly le Laugh lin, Yo la Lamb, after which "The Twelve Po und ; a lmost a ny game T he Platts- Grant Caey, L loyd Da ll am and Look," by Barrie, was p u t on. I mouth i s fast as attested by t heir Clarence Grand y , freshma n Eng- Merr i t t Wh i ttl' n was " Harry ; r ecen t showi ng again st Cre ighton lish. Sims; " Mi lrlred K lep:>er was J at Omaha . They he ld th e Omaha Stuart Blades and Da isy Graf, ''Mrs. S ims, " H e ly n Humbert was lads t o an 1~ to 14 score. Fri t z sophomore Eng lish . "Kate , "; and Cec il Coat ney t ook 1 Rothe rt' s la ds are am ong th e favor Raymond Hu n t e r , Pau l Hoy and th e part of the butle r · Ernestine ites in the Peru Tourna me n t of Zena s Te ic h , so lid geo me try. Robertson dire cte d thP. play. T he F e bruary 2 1, 22 , 23. Louise Harri s. E th el Lindahl , au d ie nce r ecog ni zed th e wo r tn of

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th is p layl e t. t oo . Th <:! o rche~tra p layed " Spirit of Amer ica," but we all secretl y belie ve d it s hould have bee n " Spirit of Peru, " as t hat was wha t we ha d tried to show all even in g. To w i nd t hi ng s up r ig ht a ll e ig h t een represe n tatives of Pe ru ~a ng th e "Co lor Song" w i t h a will and fini s her! by givi ng t he college ye ll. Oh , we left n

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fri<1l'ly ,..,nd _-..afurdu\ Feb 8 and !] Th e higge~ t p!ctnre Joh n M. Stahl e ver made. a nd CllO Ma rti son 1n ' 'Th P dan~er o u s Age." ,'\'\ 0 "

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the ramody . The ti on, prog " Raph in G Brahm Minur,"selecwas = r e ndered with g reat accomp l ishme nt both a long the line of t echnic and inte rpretation, as was al so hi s Grieg ' 'Nocturne . " T he costumes of the performe r s he lped a g r eat dea l i n br i ngi ng to us t h e Russian atmos phe re bo th at re ligious a nd holiday fest i viti es. The love ly program came t o a climax with "the beMt love s ong to you , a nd u s " -A merica. High Sch ool Orchestra .

Bobcat Schedule. Feb. 6-Grand I sla nd a t Peru. Feb. 7-Doane at Crete, Feb. 14 - Cotner at Bethany. F e b. 15- Wesleyan a t Un i. Place. F e b. 18- Doane at Peru, F e b . 19- Wesleyan at Pe ru. Feb. 23- Ch adron at Per u . Feb. 2 9- Cotner at P e ru.

Great e nthusiasm and tru e hi g h school spirit was s hown a t th e first meeti ng of the Hi g h School Orchestra on J a nuary 21. Altho n ut a ll of the e nro lle d me mbers wer e present a good representati on was there The date and place o f t he r egular mee tings from now on was d P.c id ed upon, which wi ll be once a week on Tuesdays, at 3 :::!0, in th e hi g h schoo l assem bly room.

I Men's S hoes that Look Expens ive but Arent! That 's o ur comp le te arg um e nt for Brock ro n sho es for men. T hey loo k like s ho es th at sell for about doubl e th e price. T hey wear much b et ter than yo u h ave a right t o ex pect for the price.

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Bobcats Mdke it Twenty.-Six Games Straight

MUSIC DEPARTM8N'I' HOLDS RECITAL Fine Group of Younger Mu siciil ns Being Deve loped

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tE:'rta in•n en t. It co ns isted of thrE:'e pa rts: v io lin classes. violi n solos recorrl an d piano du e ts, a nd th e college Both Grand l,oland anrl Doane orches t ra. Whil e t hi s i s Mr. J1n · 1vere defeaLed by the sa me mHgin . rlr a ' s first mu sicale i t is not th e The Bo bcats out run th e Z'<:!brfls :3::3 1 li rsr time t hi s work has Uf en 1o 7 and smothered the Tige r 5 ;.q broug- ht be fo re th e IJUbli c Every. to 8. T ne defense of Per u wa>~ ap one k nows t he r ecord of hi s or c.: hfs · parent 10 buth games. fhe IDs ~ r" i 1ra whrch has het>n e x tr.e mely pop · reso rted t o long s hots. B i t z ie a nd ! ula r thruout H•e Y!::!:H M r Jin dr a Onub played ste llar basket ball. ~ marl~ a sl.)le ndlrl r eco rd befnr P. In the game aga inst t il e !.;landcomi ng t n P l:' ru, a nd it is hoped ers the score was 15 to l at the end that he w ill rema i n he r e a number of the half. G i lkesnn was "h "o t i ng ot' yea rs tn see the r es ul t of hi s spectaculariy th i s pe ri nd and p i ck , foun dat ion wo rk . Geor..re R. "Toppy" Willy, of He br on, made h is lette r li!st y~ar. Will y is a ed up P.leven p o in ts. The Zebre~s The v ioli n classes wer e divided !Otanding gua rd of so me ability. The ope rat i on that h pt h im out of footbal l is fought wel l but were k e pt in the n i nto three g r oups: grade. j un ior al s u kee ninl! him out of bas ke1ba ll. Will y, w ill be ~ee n i n action often d urin g ow n play1ng teTritu r y co nstantly. high, and h1 gh ~choo l and college. th e P ~ru l nvicat i on Tourn a ment to he held F e bruary 22 a nd 20. He i~ on e of In the second period Gi lk was The ~ tud e nts in these classes wi lh th e o ffi c i al~ . only a few exce pt ions hav e had n o watched and Weimer b egan shuot· Gl e n n D. Fra ry , of Aubur n, is p layi n g hi s th ird year on the U1df'fea t erl Bo bi nrliv idu ,li ·! ~.;so n, anrl hav e bee n ing- The captain tota led 13 points I cats . F'rary i~ a use f u l playe r ; he can p lay ei th e r gua r d or fo r war d . ·He ts r~ e~·­ o r ga ni z ~ d fnr on ly two or three The game was b=tter than the ular ly a f Jrwar rl l" r :try ha:; to b e wHch erl consta nt ly , for he has ' h ~ unhea lthy month:> . Tn e aurli e ncc showLd score ind icate ~ . ha o i t of g ... t r i ng op e n un le r t h e Pe ru baske r. Thi s is I he sa m!' fi'rar y who rna d e , that t h ey aprr eciared t h e wo r k o f P eru. 03 All-State e nd the p a~t two seaso ns. th e beginn i ng pupi Is Th ey felt FG . F. Pt ,: . G. J that i_ ri the f uture Peru woul d not Glove r "Dn u b'' Mi lam, of Auburn, is an oth e r thr!>e y!>a r m an. Howeve r·.· 1 1 5 Gilkeso n f . be Wllholl.t g 1od vrol in stude n ts t hr s is only h i,; second .Y!>a r a < a r es.! llla r bas k · t ba ll playe r . The "D hub" i s on e 0 0 n Fr ary c. 1 The h igh !:>Citoo l and col leee s tud· of rhe best guar c1,; i n t n e s t ate of Nebrask~. T ne r c i5 n 1 :-!~ in ~ay ing t he fact 0 0 1 Co nkl e f. ...... t : :..: ·n t;; sh o wed th e ir ability to PV<!V' · • . ... . . ?,' •. ·.' . . ' ·. " P .....!~ t-. __ _ .• . _., _ . : : J.-, , ,1 .., tt-·n nf rhl-' h ,,~ r(711nr -' ~ ,·n rh I o : · . .. I n _ , ___ n il•• ">1 1 1'~'· !0: ~~r. _ ::•.J.. , ~ . I) l Oelz::-11 f equall _; - we-11 1n first an tl second vi·· M1 la m cl ow,; not !l e t any bask:::ts; he does not have tn. He keeps t h ~ oth e r fe ll 1 0 Thorpe f . olin. low f rom ge tti ng any. 13 1 6 WermH c. The seco nrl pa rt of t he p rogram 0 I) 0 Mi la m g c o n ~ i s te cl of vrol in so los, pia no du· l 4 0 2 81tz ie g. ets and a vio l in trio . Th ese num0 0 0 0 Cowell g. be r s con-; iste rl of some of the best Gr a nd Isla nd, 7 music wri tte n b y til e most famflU S FG. F. Pts . G. compoEer::. l'h e love r s of good 1 0 1 0 MyrbPrg f. THE ORPHEUM b;Jia acco m pa ni P.d with her tuneful MISS )ES)!E GLASS, LIB RAR IAN • music ful ly a oprec iated these ~ e ;) 2 2 0 har p · Tn is 1ect1ons. · ·r ne · v1o · 1·1n tno· showed Chord f. T h e Orph e um . th e f ea tur e even t I melodi es on her J ew's . . Miss Je~sie J Cia·• 0 f 1 . 1 1 . 2 numb e r was heavily e ncor erl unul / · ~ · · ' ~• ,I nco n, 0 1 Wingert f. of t he yea r , was prf'sPn tPd by the ,. . · is th e new l ib •a r ian :H P · ru Sh clo,e harmo n y e~nd excellen t train0 l 0 . D b 1t was r epeat,..d. · . 'l'h d j ..1 b • · 0 Ros~ c. "P" Club s~ turd ay evening, l' e . , . lla~ bee.1 i n Pe ru be fo ree havinge lng . e uet r en:e reu J a1 Bs 0 l 0 . . h 1 Tnere 1s Rome argl.lm ent as to · R • d . dd d · 0 Auh l g. ru a r y ~~. 1n t he n e w .co ll eg-e c ap " 1 at rP nd ed g-radE' schoo l in th e town 1 oyce s e pa11 me nt a e van t- ty 0 0 0 0 .d f h wht ch part was most e nJoyed "That t h ·· d · c1 Holmes g • • Its success was ev 1 ent rom 1 e 1 am ong t he hill · An d Peruvians o t e prog- Iam an aga 1.n em•r n· 2 l 0 1 . e and comment o ff e rf! d . 1O lrl Ga n g of M1n e ' , or. the last • welcomf! he r r e turn ~Mandev ille g. prat~ .. .. .. s t r a t e r1 lh e1· 1. mus ·. tca 1 a ll1·1·1t y an d 1 ''P" Cl b 1 · I he G r ah bag. Cf'C·I I Coatney . · · M C . R~feree , E rliott. Th e mu c h henrld ed u ' Mi ss Glas-; came to Pe ru w~ll training r a r 1 L Inn o f A u h urn . d . . _ b'lr' a<; thH gre~b-bag m a n. came s ur dd d a th ,, t · enr eC•lm mend ed arJ d well qualifi ed a e n o e r n umu e r o t l11s Against the Doane Tigers, who Orch es.:ra pr uv P 1ts Jazz a 1 ty . b . Th . rounded h.v a llevy of g ay a nd chat· . · te ta· t b 1 · " '·I d c· 1 el r . . . She 1s a gra ·lu ~ t e of Lin coln Hi g h r •n rne n .V P aylng l - er · ll' have been p laying good basket f r o m th e ope n 1ng n um "' ' by Labit;.:l<y. Mr . ball, the Bobcats were at t h eir support added much to t he pro te r ln g gn~,;. _clamonng for t_he Se hoo l and o f th e Uni vers it y of Dreams," Each g 1rl , L inn showed marked abi lity which contents of h1 s hag. be3 t. Frary found the baske t gram . Nebraska S11e t on k her deg ree at ' b ht f h t I f . rlr ew one a rticl e fr om hf'r bag and Th e Ru shin ' Qua rt e t shflwe d t h el r . . . . Un ive rs ity of Nebr e~ska in 1909 . r oug ort grea app aause rom again and was da ng-e r o us t hru out. ·can mus ic in tn keP pin g wrth th e ir song t he L . . ,~ an a p pr ec i at i ve aud ie nce . . a t er s hr~ atte n:ierl Universrly of · Gtl k was still shooting; and Ted mas te r y Of the Am e rl ·r I'nt er pre latt·on of popular a ud ie nce r eceived full be nefit of Ill . . A If . II f The third part of the prog ra m . , 1no1s to H herse esree 1a y or pir.ked up his usual quo ta . Bi t zie th e l songs of ye5terday and tod ay Thi s those thin gs s , vera l con:m en ts i ' library work. co nsist erl of thrPe numbers by the and Dhub ke pt the lo.se rs s h oot in g ·s c••mposed of th e f a mou s were m ade ab ou t t h e well rl l rected M. Gl I I d . th e orchestra, a nd th e "Star Spangled ' · f · Th . JF S ass 1as wor{f' 111 from cente r; a nd Hitz ie picked off q uar te t l 1 IS r evu :! en · Js ta tP. 's best l ibraries. She h as Bann er " by a rl v iolin s tudents, t he a couple <Jf basket for pract ice. and r e n ow ned s inge r ;;, Ye r ks i. Mo r - alms o th ese g lr s . B · ff accom- rled Part I of th e program. · . · . . orch es tr a a nd th e aud ie nc e . e lte ., "l' t , d work ed 1n the L1n co ln Pub l1c e~nd The half ended 14 to l. - T ne game whisky. Bekov a nd • ou r een, a o ne act C'l nJ e y. 1 . . ~ Th e prog ram was as f o ll ows: was much like that of the preceed- panied by O' Hara d. db Alfh'ld G' l t h d th e Oma ha Publ ic l1 b ra nes Fo r 'f · 1r ec te y 1 1 q ues , ea . Mariam G rafs ky and t h e r i pe 1 ,.~ h . f p t II M · the pas t s ix yea r s she has bee n Ii -I Part I.-Vi olin Classes. ing nig h t excep t that every Peru t th most e ' t e ope nin g o ar . rs . . l. Grade Class : M Re vue dr e w pe r 1aps e p . k b M E . k hr a n an at L1ncoln H q~ h Schoo l vian was dangerous. Gr a f ·ky was the nn g 1e, ta e n Y yr 1 'merrc • 11 · f L. 1 H · h ~ h 1 a. French Me lody. app lause a am ::. ff d t . d .b 1 t 1s r om 1nco n rg .__ c co M d 1 1 Peru, 3-l F. Pts. perso ni fication of g r ace itself i n su e r(eCol~i~l~~d ~;la ~as~n pagt:i u a- 1that she has come t o Peru. Miss b . Lover's Far e well. G. FG . 8 her two dances, the Moon Da nce - - -- · Glass has cha rge of one of th e best Helen G i lbert, Hel en Mee k. () 0 4 Gilkeson f. 1o 1and P izzacte . The Tri pie M ReMORE STUDENTS REGISTER .co llege librari es in t he state She ll a May Dasher. 1 0 Frary f. 5 lO vue gave a m o.:;t e ntertai ning and Thirty-one new students have re marked in chapel on he r first a p· 2 . Junior Hi g h : 0 0 5 Weimer c. 0 enj oyabl e three part act . In th e reg is ter ed at Peru thi s se meste r . 1pearance tha t she knew she was a. March of t he Cru sad e r. 0 0 Milam g. f:i I first part, y ivian Rowe as th e fl ap· The e nrollment is one of t he la r g : com ing to a fir st rate librar y wh e n b Dan ch Fo lk Dance . :-l 0 Bitzie g. 3 Bess i e G illan as the old est that the coll ege has had. Of s he cam e to P e ru. Ruth Harajian . Winnifred l:'et1 per, and Doane, 8 Pts. \ fashioned girl . were intr odure~. the new stud ents e ig ht are spe- . Besides the wo rk attached l o th e tit, I sa b e l Hanse n , Elizabeth FG. G. ~Man came , a nd we wo ndered at h1 s cia ls. twe lve a r e freshmc~ , : ou r I posi tio n of head librarian, Miss ~ason . , 0 1 choice. B u t after a ll , th e flapper are ~oph o m ~res, four are J Uni or s, j Glass wil l tak e charge of th e class 3 . H 1 ~h _Sc h ool a~d Co ll ege. (} Bayer f. u 4 is "Just a g irl t h at m en forget." one ts a se n10r , and t wo a r e g rad u- in library econom y. I t w ill meet 0 2 (V 1? l m parts 111 duet form.) Higgen'm f. l 1 4 0 0 The call of the leader soon ate:~ . on Fridays in A31l4 . a. L il y Dal e. Gausman f. 2 0 brought al l of his pa ls to hi s sid e. 0 Th e la tes t addition i s Marie - - - - -- b·. Little Rrown Ju g. 0 ' '-'oms c. 0 0 In this number, the pleasures of Cla usse n, a fres hman from Omaha. , One trouble nowadays is that c. No One to Love. 0 0 Bryns c. 0 0 I "That Old Gang of Mine" were She is p lanning on t a kin g the ~wo- there are too many peop le who can d. L ong-, Long Ago. u 0 McC!airy e. 0 0 made real by these h appy ragged yea r cou r se. Further r egistra, te ll what is wrong an d too few who High Schoo l : Marjory Par · 0 0 Weitzel g. 0 () 0 overall , ' bovs., They sang, and t i ons are expect ed this week . wil l real ly he lp t o set t hem ri g ht. (Continu ed on last page) 0 Haylett g. 0 Referee, Kline.

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Thursday eve ning, February 7 , the Dramatic Club made one of its renowned trips. This time the performer en tertained a ve ry respons ive audience in the t own hall at Stella. The troop was mad e t o feet at home by the prese nce of Clarence Hanson, Opal McKenney and other f orme r Peruvians . The prog ram consisted o.f the foll owing numbe rs : America ' s Finest . . :~;·:.- · .:·.· Zamecnik Gold en Moments ,. . Zamecnik Or chestra Soldiers ' Chorus Gou r. od Q uarte;t.~"r:o•l :t,, Duet, Lass ie. o' Minr:,<~m.JJW ·. Thru Alfhild Gilquest, Alvina -S elk Solo Esther Bl a nkensb.ip " T he Bi shop's Candl ~st l cks " Bi shop Cla_reryce Grand~ J ean Va l J ean Wel comt Wi l ls Bishop' s S is ter Ernestine Rober tso n Guards 'Forrest Bell Ken ~on Poy nter Arleene Ritchey Direc tor Mer r it Whitte n Idyl Fo nd Memories Orches tra Quartet sel ection. Reading, Danny Anonym ous Miss Plaehn Rose buds Nove le t te Orchestra Play, " Flittermoue" Gera ld Octo Oakes Maude Ella Te ich Mrs. E llis Cry:~tal Mey ers

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Per u is g oing to be a real music center in the not very far rli s tant The school will be kn own not for the musicians brought to it. but for the mus icians produced within its influence. Be fore the war Peru had establihed itse lf in one department of music, choruses and men's glee clubs. Dr. Homer C. House did an invaluable service to the school with his gl ees. Peru is again coming to the fore in a new field . that of stringed instrum ents. Profesor Jindra is la y1 ng a foundation, as was demons trated last week . In 19lf1 and 19l6 C Jach Johnso n started a bask e t ba II team down in the g rades . He al so started the boys of th e~ e grades on the fundamentals of football, in order to build up for the college. Last fall when Coach Johnson came to Peru to refe ree a ga me, he found four of these lad ~ on th e team: fullback and captain, quarte r back, tackl e, and substitute encl. Professor Jindra is do ing just that in the d e p ~ rtment of st rin ged instrumen ts . Tne b eginner s who played for the large audience ThursMarjory Arn old day eve ning evidenced th e work being do ne in th e departm e nt. T he Director Prope rty Manager Harland· Tay lor college orchestra deserves much praise for the showing made; but the part of that Thursday pro'tra m that cas t a spell on the loves of g ood Orchestra Arl eene Ritchie, baritone music \vas th.e par t that featu red t he boys and gi rl s h the +r1ining Har land Tey~or, C"rnet Mchool SJch work wil l make Peru a real mu ic"l c<>nter --,.-.,.--=-"",__....,-~~-::-:: . =-"""=_ ==-===~~-.,,.-:---_-~- 1

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l3. following topics we re sooken upon Y.MCA. Class B, Dunbar, who defeated I by the follo wing giris : " School We were much pleased with the Crab Orchard 37 to l7. JSpirit," Miss Lois Stodard; "The Throughout the tourn a ment both 1 Girl of Today, " Mi ss Leona Setzer ; large numb er of men who came to the winners and the loser sho~ed j "What the Girl Reserv es Mean to the meeti ug last Wednesday even the highest typ e of sportsmanhke i Me," Miss Edith Dave.lport; and ing. We are sure that every one conduct. I "The Value of Exerci se," Miss en joyed th e splendid program and that each will be pleased to help fo our college . the tournament Alene Selk. maintain a good attendance here of 1924 means a great deal. It is Th 1 d d f h • 1 e ea er an sponsor o t is our honor to entertam these young .· orgamza · t "wn IS · M tss · Eb erso 1e w h o after. Mr. Gil keson app ointed ou r men, and extend to them a we l- l IS · 1oved an d respec t e d b y 'every greatest vocalist, Harland Taylor, eome hand. It our duty to inspire t• · R ulr 1 e.;erve. within them a desire to further I to lead in singing several live l~' their educational as well as their I . This was our first social func- songs at the beginning of the athletic career. I twn, and we hope tha t th e last mee tin g . Mr. Hare played the piThe management of the 1924 1will be just as enJ oyable as was the ano a ccompaniment. The s pecial tournament will be un der the di- I fir st. The college g irls served the m usic co ns ist ed of a violin so lo by recti on of the "P Club . " These ; supper. P hi li p H oy t, and it was g rea t ly a p preciated. men with their ability as basket ! Girls' Club. Anoth e r treat was ball players, and wi'h the experi- 1 The chapel las t Thursda y was a waiting in the form of a talk by ence of last year's tourname nt will ; in charge o f the High School Girls' Professor Cr ago. He spoke of th e be capable of manag ing another ; Club. The Dran ,atic Club Orches- impossibil i ty of serving both Go d successful touroament. tra furnished the m ost of the pro- and ma mman. Several proble ms Let everyone in town a nd in gram . A duet by Gladys Gross- in this connection, concerning school get together to gi ve these ! oehme and Ma rgar e t Da hls trom business me n especially, were d islads our support, and cheer for the was also enjo_y_e_d _. _ __ cussed, a nd the points bro ug ht out are we ll wor t h r e me mbe ring . champions of Southeastern Ne- , If people ha ted go ing into de bt _

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of that mysterious order of femi nine Klansmen. i" Se"Yeral of the College buys showed their "pep" last Saturday nighL by royally ·serenading the girl s of Mt. Venon Hall. We appeciate it boy.s .

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNE~DAY. FEB~UARY 20, 1924.

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PERU TAKES LEAD IN CONFERENCE Woo from Both Wesleyan and Cotner Last Week

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Westboro. Stella, Brownville, The Peru Bobcat:,; stepp e(] into un- · Dunbar, Shubert, Cook, disputed firs t pl ace in th e Conference Sy•·acuse, Peru Prep, Crab Orchard, race last week by tai{ing two ten se Talmage, I Bla nc ha rd, Nehawlm, r ontests on s u ccessive ni g hts ! r om Auburn, Humbold t, Honey Creek, Cotner an_d Wes leyan. The Cotner P la ttsmouth , Sterlin g, Sa lem, Bulldogs were a form idable outfit 1Nebraska City, P eru Juniors. DuBois, IFalls City, Douglas. an d kept t he Bobcats at top s peed to Thurman. win 16 to 13. The ~esleyan Coyotes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~= dropped their first Conference gam e in two years wh e n the Bobcats took a 16 to 17 s truggle. The Chris tians at Bethany, at top strength wi th the return of th e Borgaards, gave t l'\e Bob ca t s a battle from the start. And a spurt at the Try end of the game worried the Bobcats considerably. But the S))urt fell s hort

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by t hree points an d Peru won her T wenty-fo ur high i'chool teams enClass A w ill display some fast make Cla ss A worl;:. Peru Prep, twentv-seventh s traight coll ege gam e, b k t ball. Auburn has been whose s howing this year does not I t ered the sef'ond a nnual tour name nt as .e 16 t 0 .13 · playmg in-and-out bas ke t ba ll a nd rate A. is dangerous on the home floor The floor was too narrow fo r Cap-, to be playe!l on Peru's fl oor, F ebr. 22 is da n gerous at every turn. Dun- an d th e Juniors played th e Peru to a ~a in ·weimar's favorite stunt, a nd the a nd 23. Of these teams two come Jl: ar, winner of Class B las t year, 23 to 20 ·game only last week. Humgame re~olved itself into a cont est o f fr om Io wa, Bla ncha rd a nd Thurman. has drawn Class A rating. The Dun - holdt s ucceeded in winning from Au~lose g uarding a nd l ong s hootin g . The t eams nrc divid ed into three class- I ba r lads will give a good account of burn at Humboldt. Blan chard ha s a Gill;eson !)roved l\lann ing's s uperior t hemselves . The fact that they won tcnm that s plit even w ith Peru. Stella . es with ,e ight teams in each class. 'tl t Cl A te n · 23 . d k t P at distance s I100t m g an ep eru Ill from Syracuse and Talma ge spealcs W I 1 a s rong a ss a • 111 19 Tl B b t Th e teams are about evenly match ed, 1 d 1 t B ' tl •a• · •· chance ~he lead. 1e o ca s wer e n ever muc h for T a l mage and Syracuse left a so r oppel o , WI 1 a . , 11earlell' and the Bulld ogs were mos t a nrl some fast and closel y-contested f of winning. S hubert and Sterling good im pression s on the Peru ans . dangerous at the end of the gam e. It attles are to be expected by the Pl attsmouth and Nebraska City have have fa·ir r ecor ds . E ithe r is likel y to Cotner has been well n a med the Bull-, c rowd. l1een m ade the favorites amon g t he turn in a record fo r the cup. F a ll s dogs. Those me n n ever g ive up. T he pre-toum ey matter s h ave been ta lkative fa ns. The Nebraska City City h as a strong outfit. Peru, lG. handl ed by Supt. L. J . Gilkeson. The outfit l1as defeated such outfits as Class C has e ight teams rather even------ --- -~· piso actua l running of the tourney will be Omaha South a nd Beatrice. Rothert's ly bunched. Cra l1 Orchard, runn ero 2 in t he ha nds of the "P" club. The P lattsmouth lads have los t but one up in CB \n 19 3 0 0 3 0 officiating w ill be don e l1y su ch men game. th a t to Creighton Prep at Om- s trong ll · . 00 ' · w_mn · . .' Weimer , C -----------tl t t 1923 1 nothei favor 0 0 ns Wein1.e r, Bitz ie, Gilkeson, Frary, a ha 18 to 14. Of course, Plattsmouth in •e s a e lll • s a 0 1 Milam, G. ------------H c 1 a d a name for1 4 De lzell , Sandberg, l\1ilam, Buising and has Nebraska City to play at the City; tte. on ey r ee' 111 e . 2 2 Bitzie, G. ----C~tJ~;;,-~3~ F au n ce. The officia l scorer will be t he P latte boys won on their own I itself la st year. Salem, DuBo•s a nd g. f.g. f. pts. P ro f. Beck. The management will be floor. Rothert has a press-agented I' Dou glas h ave fast liltl e teams . !) 2 1 Manning·, F. ---- -------4 ·in the control of Supt. Gillceson and stn r in Krecji at center. But Thur- Brownville will send the mos t sp ec0 0 2 C Clark, F. - ---------- - - - 1 I G f m a n, Ia. is not to h e s hunted. Tbe .tacularly mascotted team of tllc tourone 1 ra . f t1 fi t 2 2 0 Borgaard, C. ----- -----1 The tourn ey w ill begin Friday af- Iowa lads have a good record. Coach lney. Nehaw lm appears . or le •rs 2 0 ternoon at 1 :30. Twelve games will Kridelba ug h's boys beat Nebrask a !lime. The la ds have g •ven a good 0 Stearns, G. ------------0 0 0 be p layed before Saturday m orning. City on lh e City floor 18 to 7. They acco unt of th e~nsclv~s. 0 Borgaard, G. --- ----··--0 . Referee: Bo we rs The finals in Class C w ill be· played won from the Tomcats at Thurman 1 The Pedagogmn w ill run the offlcPeru res umed athle tic relation s Sp.tu rday after noon ; and t he tlnal s ·in 17 to 14. At the last minute West-, ·i a l box score of a ll games in its next with Wesleya n after a two-year holi- Clas ses A a nd n w ill b e played Sat- boro, Mi ssouri entered. The Mis sour-I issue. Editor ·w m y will be one of th e day by win n ing the tensest of stru g- nrrl ay evening, the same evenin g th at ia n s wen t to t he National tour nament principa l officia ls a nd the r eporter s will get a ll .t he scor es d ir ect from gles from the Methodis ts 17 to 1 6. t he Peru Bob-cats pl ay t he Chad ron a t Chicago la s t year. ('onch Preston's athl etes bad the lead Eagles . T oft w ill officiate the fina ls. Cla ss B has severa l teams tha t w ill the official scorer. during the gam e, but never kept it an,· con s id e ral1le le n gth of tim e. W it h Wes leyan, 16 · does a nose dive a nd a tail s pin ; B'lth Peru Win s Two More. .two min utes to play the s core s tood prese nts F a unce wi th a mem~ership I G. FG. F. Pts. Per u , 29 iSixtee n a ll. Weime r toolc t h e ball un- in the Roclcy iVIountain Hikers Cl ub., 0 0 F. Pt s. Gemb ler f 0 U cler the bas k et for a s h ot a nd was There was nothi ng rotten in the s tate G. F.G . 4 0 1 1 d He s anlc a bas ket a nd Peru , 2 0 10 1Yette rf tacce · of De nmarlc ; Dana , 3:l'; Tomcats, 17. 'I G ilk Pson f 0 4 2 6 l Ca lve rt f 0 6 held the r e mai ning t hirty seconds . .L Fra ry f O· 1 1 1 6 3 winning 17 to 16. H1g h School W 10s Clod oses o j Hurlburt c 1 4 0 . 0 0 O ~either team had any no ticeabl e adThe P e r u High School lost twice Co~e ll c 1 J. Roehlg 0 0 4 10 '5 0 ·, ·antage; a nd both teams were m iss- a nd won once the pa s t week. The We ime r c l .0 0 0 0 H. Boe hI ~ 1 0 ~ng t he hoop. 'I'his is the first game boys los t to Syracu se a nd . Nel1raslcr 1 Del zel I g 0 2 Alabas ter g 0 0 0 f) 1: .j; 0 . I pf the season in w hi ch every Peru -Ja pnOA\ S UUJ atn 1~111 A(a1aldlUOO ~s: Milam g 2 0 - --- -- - . 0 ,player scor e d ; a nd eve r y point was q or J.!atn P!P S !-1!~ aq1 tnnn UJ ·,<na Bitz ie g 1 4 8 Peru Leads. io R ilce, \teeded too. i\'li lam counted his firs t mrs~.tqaN patlrn~A\ S s r.q.5 atn : AHO J P e ru took the lead In the Nebraska Doa ne, 23 point of the sea s on. A nd D el zell 1 ed how the City ever won that first Conference last week by defeating G. FG.. F. P ts., th · n came through w ith a basket, after h e j game. The score of 42 to 17 ·i~dicates I . . ·Cotne r and Wes leyan on e1r ow 6 Oo01·s. Cotn er fe ll 16 to 13 ; W esleyan l had r eplaced Bitzie whose fo ur per - how the game was played. Sm ce the I H•gg•nbot h am f 2 4 1 ~onal s gave him. a res t. 1t w~s . .a P e ru g irl s won from Johnson 50 to 5 Gaus man 1' 6 16 fo llowed 17 to 16. WaY,n e k ept up h er nerve-wrecking gam e to watch. It 15 last week, the ir total score for the Brvan c 1 0 0 0 gait by winning a hard-fought game l·eported that Prof. Jindra a nd his fo r tnig ht on the hom e floor t.o tals 92. Tom s c 0 from Doane. Doane played good ball 0 0 0 J)ai ly Doze n a l mos t l ost th ~ir ins t rnPeru; 42; Nebraslca City 17. ; H aylet t g . 0 on the road trip. Omaha su rprised 1 0 0 ments in the excitement. Pe r u, G. Cl fans by beating Coach Speer's War2 1 0 g. f. g. (. pts. M l! a r y g P brn 17 ' riors a nd th e n to s how It, was not all .., • • g . f.g. c. pts. R.· Bath, I. r. _______ ___o o o · o Peru. 38 ltJCi{, trimmed Doane. H astings ba rer.· F 1 1 F . Pts. ly nosed out Grand Isla~d. K earney dlkeson. '· --- - ---1 n 0n 32 iI B . Vance. r . f. ____ ____ 1o 01 10 . l2 ij G. FG. Frary, F. --- -- - - - -- --·· 0 il 2 J . Delze ll , c. ------- - - 0 1 1 GilkeFo n' f 2 16 s plit even. 8 0 Weimer , C. --- - -- - ----, ~ 1 c. Ad a ms, 1. g. ________o 1 Hastings 19- Kearney 17. ' . J . Bogl e, r. g. ___ _____o '1ili!m, G. __ ____ ___ ____o ·~ o 0 0 j T hu rp e f 0 0 0 0 4 4 H astin g 22- Grand Island ·· 21. ' 2 1 0 0 2·F f Ritzie. (;. ------ - - ----- - 2 1 .0 [)pJzell. G. - - - ----- -- _l 0 1 Pete r s on, f. - - - ---- - - - rary ·Pe-ru -I6~Cotner 13. · · 0 1C mk le f Wesleyan. 16. Newton, g. _____.___ ____ 0 0 l 0 u 0 ' Peru 17-Wesleyan 16. g. • f.g. pts6 ~ebraska City, 20 We i mer c 2 4 1 9 Wayn e 25'- Doane 21. 2 ~ 1 6 1 Al bers, ~------- ------ 22 .() 2 ·44 · D e lzell g Calvert, F . ---- - ------ - 2 0 ' 0 Oma ha 19- Midland 15. 0 0 t:Pmbler. F . - - -------o Pohling , - --- --;------~ ~ 0 1 0 0 ;. ' 0 I Omaha 18,---Doan~. 13. 4 0 0 .\labaste r . F'. · - ---- -o 1 White, -- ------------~ M i lam g 1 0 2 Kearn ey 32Yorlc 16. . Yetter , F. - - - - - ~ 2 2 4 Yos t. - ------- ---- - ---4 ~ 4 Cowe ll g 0 0 0 0 Hurlburt. C' . - - · - - o 0 Harniclt, --- ---- ----- p 0 0 ~· Kearney 21- Nebr. Central 8. 0 11 1 3 5 0 Oes m a n , Cotner I S- Kearney 8 . 3 0 H. 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Are Christian Ideals worth while? How should we apply them to tho world problems of today? These are questions that are and w!ll b-e presenting themselves to our students of today and It Is of the utmost importa nce that they be answered. The Chds tiau organizations of the College are S!Jonsoring a serie~ of meetings to help solve the answer to the world proble ms of today. These meetings arc open to townspeople, s tudents and facul ty members, and a ll are cordially invite d to be present at a ny and a ll of these meetings. The topics w!ll be di scu ssed .by faculty mei.nbers who have ma de and are making special s tudy of world problems through their own particular phase of work. There w ill be S!Jecia l music under the direction of Professor V. H. J indra a t each m eetin g: M.eetings w ill be held in the High School Auditorium from se\•c n thirty to eight thirty on the fo llow ing ' Ved nesday evenings: · Fel1rua ry 27, Scie nce a nd Religion, Professor W. E. Hoyt. March 12, Dok Peace P la n, Miss Clara i\l. i.\Iinnie. March 19. Education as a Worlrl P r oblem , Pres ident W. R. Pate. March 26, The Stra n ge r at Our Gates, Professor A. D. Clayburn. April 2, Behind th e Range, Professor G. '~'. Br own. April 9, New Lines of Progress, Professor A. Crago. Triple M Revue Commended. '.rh e "P"' c lub has b i!E:II highly cotn-

men!l ed fo r its hea dli ner number , Ma!lame Crafsky and the Triple l\1 Revue. And it deserves the comm endation . Nfa dame GrafSiiy's c la ~ sic !la ncer s showed a fin esse se ldom seen Ol! the amateur stage. And the clever 11arts of t he Re vue would have done h onor to many circuits. The Triple i\I Revue was hera Ide!! by Maste r s L eRoy and La uren Red fern a nd annonnce!l s ilently by littl e Mar gymae Beck. The show was divided into three parts : th e fl apper o id Cashi oned -~ lrl sk etch , t he overall l1oys in "That Olcl Gang of Mine," ancl a clever sk et ch featuril1g the comeclian Coatney s upported by chorus gi rl s . T he s uccess of the revue is due to faithful practice and no s mall talent. The girls of the act wer e Hel yn Humbert, Vivi a n Rowe, Bessie Gillan, Mil dred Klcpser , Fern Ware, Gladys Kurt:.:. Thelma W ell s, L ucille Harris and E lla T.eich. The accompanist wa s Loui se H a r r is. Sophomores. The Sophomores h eld th eir meeting Thursday, Febr. 14, 1924. Th e mlnu~e s wer e rea d a nd approved, a nd other busi ness matte rs were di scussed. Mr Hol c}l described t he pins. ~e belle~e th~ committee h ave done well in th eir selection of pins. It was moved that a contract be signed for invitations. F ollow·i ng the business session a n interestin g IUOg ram was given con s·is tln g of a.' vocal solo by La ura MePrang 'and a Cha l k Tal~ by Ethel Linda hi. ~e extend a cordia l welcom e to the v·lslto rs and hope that you wlll come a gain. ,: The .pr esent c lass is one of the la rgest Sophomore class es ever gradu a ting from P e r u State Teachers College. It is !mown.. as the "Peppy Bunch)" r·Let us ' each g ive it ou r s up.pOI't a nd ma lce tb e name true.

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~ The Pent state T ea c he r s Col lege, th e s tud ents anti faculty, th e " P" c lu b ,~·e lcome the high school boys to Peru th is wee!;:. 'rhe big gymnasi um is a t ·~o ur service, the sw im ming pool, the s hower La th s , the class rooms. 'Ve - - --.- - - ,-------1 want you to reel a t ho me in Per u. The "P" c lub will furni s h you as go od lf. qfficials a s you find in th e s t a te. You are going to h a ve a higlt-cl as~ tou rua · H Ze nas were .o ut in the mitltll e of

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. 111a tty noble thoughts which we s ha ll care? 1 nc n ' r fGJ·get [ro m tha t s p eech. 1 If Peru was flood ed would Dorothy : We!lnesday, t he f r es hme n program, Wade ? If s h e got lo st wou l d Ra y mond W!lich ~,·a,; p ostponed some weel's ago, , H unter '/ wa;; gi\·e n by t he band. Directe d by If ;\Jr. Delzell looks good in pi n k , :'llr . .l in rl r a , th ey s tarted th e program what colors would F e rn Ware? Gilt 1 ifci!'. with two peppy sel ections. I If Fu ll er ·w oodie wet·e a s upcr inF c llow !I: g this was a saxa~Jhon e s alo ; ten!len t would Ella T iech ? :w Ln c i ll c :-.1eel•, w hic h eve ryone en- I Spealdng of trees-does Ma ble .Jorn joyed :~ rl'a ll y. He len :'IIiller then gave like Oakes'/ l' ~ ;: !tnmo 1on s reatli ttg entitled. "The ------;\Jon rlling \'e il" which kevt the a udi- I Y . W. C. A .

Some ver y small plat es a re wrappet! UJJ in in te res ting things, a nd the I;tlle t own o( Oak is one o f them. 'l' he Orego n Trail wa s the firs t and the most Ca mous o( th e o ve rland trail s in l\'el ra~;l\a. lt en tered th e s ta t e tH' a r the point whe re J effer son a nd Gage cou n ti es meet on the l\ebraskal·a..,sas line. 1t fo ll ow ed the course of t he Littl e Bl ue River across .Jeffer~ ott, Tltayc r . l\ttclwll s , Clay a nd cnce itt a cott t in ual fit of laughter . 1 ) l ysoli. Ada ms conn li p:;. then crossed th e d e- The I oys · quartet, acco nipanietl by I I t r "t l If d r ille to the P latte nea r the hea d or Pro(ess~r Yerkes, sang a neg ro melo- r ta vc to bn·efi'tvt( 1 myse If• tan I s o Grand Is land itt Hal l ·Co unty, t hen wa nt o e t or myse o ;:now. dy, whic h s till l;ent us Ia ug hitt g and I t b bl d b ;tl on "' the south si de o f t he Platt e - · want o e a e, as ays go y, b in (act. mad e us urge them back for h 1\:e·,t nt e'·. PhelJlS. GOSJ1er a n ti l\ 1wa•·s t o Iool• mys elf s tra ight in the l llt·o u." " J "jn ~t on~ 111 01 c." Quite na tu rally , t he , ·· Dawson. t o a po in t in K e ith county f res hmen t hou g h t it "altogether fi t- , eye; a bont s eve n m il e::; ca s t o( l3ig Sprin gs r don ' t want to s ta tt tl. with the setling a ttll n ro 11er" to get off a fe w jokes "·he re it crm·sed th e Sou t h P latte a n ti on so me ·of ~u r nobl e c itizens , so two ling s un. continue d up the south s ide of the 1 neg ros perfo m 1etl this d u ty, a nd left .\nd hate m ys elf [or things I've clone :\orth P latte throug h Keith, Ga rd en, I us a t 12 : "no a II 1U . good s pin . 't s a s "~ ,. ;\[or rill .a nd Scotts Bluff counties , I dott't want to keerJ on a c loset s he!. . . res ult. of thcu· humor. \\'he re it passed out of Nebraska m to F . tl G' 1 , CI IJ 1 t 0 tl1e ;;hell ,.,·,·omin"'. ! 'rtl1a y te tr s _u 1. u n A lot ol' secrets aLout mys el f. ·At in t"'e rval s a ll a long this t r a il , I program. unde r the dtrectton or S ue . J . And foo l myself. a s T come a nd go, 0 Con nor. t wa ~ gtven a s a ver y . . ~ t:• g e stat ion s were pla ced (or the . f t . Into th inlo ng t hat nobody e lse wtll · clever ltttl e t hree act p1ay, ea unng pur po ~ e of dc lh·e ring m ai l a nd a lso tl tc G'tr 1s , Cl u 1) ant1 't t s wor1L At tl1e I know . !'or th e bene lit of pass engers. Ther e . L . li . Th e lwul o( m a n I r ea lly a m ; e nd or t he f1rs t act, omse · arns a n t1 . . b t I d on't want to d ress up m yse lf m were tw o o f t hese statio ns in l\uckoll s He le n H um e r t. sa n g a 1O\•e 1y c1u e , 1 co unty, a nd a ls o a fort that the p2o- a tH a t tl1C en11 o ( tl te secon tl ac t , E• r ma 1 s ha m. 1 pi e harl built for protectio n aga ins t C 1 J It 1 1 <l "·CY a tH1 0 pa 1 a ::- 1\SOIL C OSee n• . ' ' want to g o out With my h ead er ect, the India ns. Tltose were Liberty 1 • • • . I ,·: tt!t a s ong IJ,· a ll the g 1r1s m t 1te prol•':t n n, Oak G r ove and Ltttle Blue · I want to des erve a ll m en's r espect; t es pective ly, or "T he Nar rows '' a s t he gram. But h l' r c in the stru ggl e for fame and la tter was somcli mes ca lled. A l out - - ----- -- -pel( ~ half way bet ween Oak Gr ove a nd "The T he Gi rl:;' Cluh r egular chapPI 1 want to be ·a ul e to'"~lil{e myse iL i'\a rrows" is locat ed th e p eacefu l li t tl e m eeting was held F ebruary 12, in tbe I don't want to look at myself a nd i·ill age o( Oak. It is na med for th e cha r:el. ;\liss Blaol;:e nship enterta in- , !mow Oak Grove Station, wh ic h in tu r n got ed with two vo cal solos. A deligh tful ITh at l'm l.Jlund er and bluff and e mpty it s nam e [ ro m a la r ge grove or oak pi a no selection was r end er ed by Mar- j s ho w. io n i\larch. Th e !lrog ram was con- , t rees just n orth of t he staliott. - Ruth Adams . c1m1c1l with a reading ";\lal\ing Reu- T can never bide myself from m e; ben P rO!JO:ie.'' by He len Jon es. : T s ec what others may n eve r see; Dott't [m·gct the Girls' Clul.J P l ay 1 T !mow w hat othe r s may n ever !mow; " Littl e " ' omen " to be g iven i\lar ch 1, r never ca n fo ol myseU, a nd so, CHAPEL itt t he new audito r ium. Adm iss ion Whatev e r ha ppens, I wa nt to be Monday, th e lO th , our convocation 35c for adult s a nti 25c for chil dren. 1 SeH- res pectin g and con science fr ee. period was doubled, in o rde r t ha t The girls had a birthday tea t his 1 11 e mig ht have a longer time to s pend mott th, a s this is their birthday week 1 The above p oem by Edga r J;- Gues t in memo ria m or our two g reat war yo u !mow- just five year s old ! The wa s read in our Wednesday m eet in g 1 presid ents, Al.Jra ha m Lincoln and Woodrow Wilso n. Afte r D ean .Del zell (acuity r oom was ado ra bly decorated a nd we have contributed i t that oth ers to fit both th e occass ion o( t he bir th- I migh t e njoy its beauty. had give n a s hort introduc tory t alk, day and the 11~h day of F ebruary. n ed I the p rogram opened with a e uhea rts a nd c u pids se e med to be every- j . logy to Lin coln g iven by Roscoe whe r e and a love ly big bir t hday cake I Ottl Wcd n escla y eve nin g m e etinb \\"righ t. It was unH SHa ll y well workwith jus t five li ttle pink can dles was very w e ll attend ed a nd Miss u!l ou t and d eli vered , an d was ceratlomecl, on e 'or the tables. Still r e- I Winni e had a n interes tin g lltin ly a fit tin g t ribu te to 011r dearly n1cmber in g t hat it was Va l entine's prepa ratiOn fo r a ll t hose who a s semhcluvetl 11res i!len t o( the Civil War lln~· the g irls served red anti white ' bled. 1l•~ r iod . Arter t his number Esther candy hearts, a s we ll as li t tl e hearti\1 iss R uth Sandell favo r ed the girl s I: •'t'fe t· read "The Perfect Tribute," s ha ped cnl,es, d eco rate d in the pretti- I with a piano solo. We a ll e njoyed it ,, !tid1 s he gave with s uc h feeling and est way imaginable, with pink a nd and wis h to t ha n!{ her for hel ping us IJE><tuty t lmt it w.e nt s traig ht t o the white frosting- jus t HI.:e the old 1 enjoy our t ov ic of tbe evening . heart of ever y listen er. A eu logy to fa s hion la cey valentin es . ·we cer tai nSe vern.! of the m et_nber s s poke of the last ~x-pres itl en t ·w -ilson, was then Iy fe lt a s if it ha d been a real 24-2-14 Ute ma ny w ays o f gettmg the mos t ou t t'el in :rP.d hy Ruth Bl omqui st. It gave afte1· this littl e Va le n tine tea. of nature ; thru a r t, music, righ:; t•s s nmc ve: t·y beautiful thots about companions and g ood liter ature. 1hat t:ollle hero who gave his lifo fo 1· The fina ls in t h e Hig h S h00 1 All Y. W. gi rls be ready to coutribhi ~ ronnl ry- a nd o11rs. Tho prog ram c i ute to th e recon struction of t h e Y. t;I(>SC(l wit h an address on ' ·Vilson by Tourname nt will be played Satur - w. C. A. buildings in J apan . As this 1 is a very wo r thy ca use we hope to do P re~ i!lc!tt l 'n t e. W e carried away day ni g ht. 1

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of the girls t heyhome are fa tal6th st. & F i rst Corso f======================;;~=====J '' several Iy wounded. Thos.eand going fo r ~=================N:'e:b: r:n:~K:a:C:it:y:·:N:e:b:r·===-=l t reatment a re Mur iel Scheue r, Juanita "; Bruns, Ernestine Robertson, Vivian Rowe, Gladys Ku rtz and Marjorie Ar' nold. H elen Jones was called home Tuesday evening on accoun t of th e illness of her fathe r. I Guy Williams of the 1906 class called on Mr . Sandburg Thursday evening. Miss i\'I. McAlpin and Miss Helen Holliway of N.ebra"S·k a City were Per u 1 visitors over this 'Week ~nd and mad a arrangements fo r work tl1is summer. .. Cretchen War temrltl.beh , has been U on the sick Hst this week~

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CA1UPUS IIUJIOR. Anyone wis hing the a ddress of l\liss

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Citizens State Bank

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Th e B ank on the.Corner

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S 0M E; t>E;0f» 6G S f»t; N E> t hei r odd cha nge, ot her s " in vest " i t in a Savi n ~?s Acco un t. T he di ffe re nce later on in li fe is t h e di ffe r e nce be t ween "Success " a nd · ' Fai lur e '' .

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minutes was spent in pa rlimentary program. j The motion was made that Ell a Teich sin g a bass solo, as she had ' been try ing to do previous to th e !meetin g. T hen an amendment was added, tha t Alton Hair accompany her. Yes- t..ut how? when ? where ? 1 Time was ca lled before the motion and amendm ent were executed. The I . 11 disa ppointmnt was great, especta Y 1 fo r t hose by whom the motion was to P be carried out. . 1 1 T he meeti ng then closed with the foll owing program. Piano Solo, "Mornin~" by Gr ieg, fl.uth Sandell. · Reaclin g, "Rory O'More", Esthe1' Keefer. ;. P ia no Duet, "The Jolly ·Bla cksmith" Ethe l Li11da hl a nd Pearl Newhouse. Th ese numbers were all · enjoyed

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Society Brand :and Hart=Schaffner &. /\1arx

Stetson and>!Wallory Hats Heid Caps, Manha tt e n Shirts W alk~over

Why not open a Savings A ccoun t T oday ? W E PA Y 5 perce nt I N T E REST O N S AV I NGS ·

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PERU STATE BANK

Groceries D ry Goods

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Faculty and Students will fmd a co rdial welcome here

Beatrice Fairflax, may obtain thE> same from Miss Palmer, or Miss Rine-

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J. C. C H i\ TELA. IN, The Jeweler

THE OlDEST BANK 8N. PERU

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FOR 6 0 0 0 E.'\ T S -

See M ardis

Janet Bruns visited over ,_the week end with her sister Juanita.

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Pure Silk Hos iery a t $ 1. 50.

always appreciated

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We're hea dqu a rters f or Hosi e ry to 1na tch all the new shoe sh~ de s .

p ~ tronage

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aevenin ncr added the fi nis hing touch to the g. Th e attention of memb ers of t ins soc iety is ca ll ed to the new by-laws JHI!'f".e:I ancl a cce pted at this meeting ! T he dues for each ter m, semester, or s ummer school, shall be payable ! at the firs t reg ular meeting in that term ; provided t ha t in the case of n ew members. dues s hall become payable at the firs t regul ar meeting 1 after their admi ssion to membership Every person who has not paid his I or her dues a t t he end of one month from th e t ime they become payable, shall be automati call y dropped [rom 1 the members hip of this society, and may be re-admitted only on th e same conditions as new members provided that a ny membe r may be granted an extension of one month, who shows to the society jus t r easons wh y s uch Iextension s hould be g ranted. 1 One weelc before any per son may 1be rl ro pped f1·om mem bership und~r I this section, th e . treasurer of thiS society s ha ll notifY the said member, wl~en and to w hom the rlnes may be 1

Just Received a N ew L ine of

Ginghams and

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In the Latest Patt erns

Peru Variety Store

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patti.

~edrern & Gllenberger

We ca n r ebu il d a nd re ne w th ree pai r s of yo ur co mfo rta ble o ld s h oes f o r the pr ice of o ne goo d n e w pair. "Flex i b le Soles used on wo men' s s h oes.

T HE BEST S HOE SHOP-- Elmer Ringer, Proprietor.

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Ingersoll Redipoint Pencils

Simple M echanism M akes Pencil Lasting Prices from 5oc to $5 00 Each

Loyal Pharma cy S uccessor t o F is he r Bros.


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Tri..,State Tourney.

The Big

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Basket Ball

Teams

Tournament

Feb. 22-23

Glass All

Southern Smile Is th t Best T onic.

King's Barber Shop

Glass B.

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vou frown; fo.H ma ke a smile :. O:;teo pthy help~ you to rest yo ur face" Dr. E R. •{eyn olds , Auburn, Ne br ., in Pe ru twice each week. Phone or write f or appointment.

Glass G.

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Sati ~fa ction guar:mteed F x . f ee good fo r two years

D r. M. M . M~c\7 e i1 n, Special ist E yP , Ear, No;:e anrl Throat

Oftice over Buc k' sBoo terie Phonp 69 Neh r City

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Winners of L ast Year 's T ourn<lment. The hig h school toumament or 1923 in cluded both boys and g irls. SterBE A GOOD CORRESPONDEN T with the Heacock Plan and ear n a good inco me whil e learning; we show ling high sch ool. which later won the you how; beg in actual work at once; all or, spare time; state title, won the ~up a t Peru. The experience unneces!:'ary; no canvassing: send f o r parSterling girl§ won from Peru 23 to t iculars. Newswriters training Bureau, Bu ffalo, N . Y. ·! 21, from Johnson 62 to 29 and fr om Falls City 21 to 15. The g irls ' tourney will not be held t he s ame time as the boys' th is year. I The boys' teams were divid ed into 1 two classes: Class A and Class B. In Class A were Gretna, Humboldt, Stel. Fr i d ay an d Saturday_ la, Falls City, Syracuse, Auburn, Peru l:'eb . 22 and 23 Prep and Nebraslte City. Gretna won "My Wild I rish Rlse" with an all star cast. Adm issi on IOc and 20c the title ·i n a hair-raising game with Moflday and Tuesday Peru P r ep by a score of 14 to 13. Feb ~5 and 26 Gretna had defeated Nebraslm City Ray Ste wart in a Wes te rn Attraction . in the first r ound, and Stella 18 t o 10 Wednesd ay and T hursday in the second round. P e ru had deFeb . 27 and 28 feated Auburn 19 to 10 in the first The Ha lf Breed with Wh eeler Oa kma n, and Pathe News round and Syracuse by the same score Priday an d Saturday in the second r ound. Feb. 29 a nd March l In Class B were Crab Orcha_rd, Nem· Wesley Barrey in Rag-s to Riches. aha, Honey Creek, John son, Dunba r, Salem , Cook and Peru Juniors. Dunba r took the cup by winning the fi nals from Crab Orchard 37 to 17. Dunbar won fr om J ohnson in the first Footwear that Beautifies round 14 to 7, and from Cook in the second 11 to 6. Crab Orchard had It is essential to wear beaten Peru in the first round 26 to 11, and H oney Creek In the secon d a shoe th at is prettily

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18- Per u 20 Grand Island 13 6- Peru 33 Grand Jsland 7 7-Peru 34 Doane 8 14- Peru 16 Cotner 13 15- Peru 17 Wesleyan 16 J 8- Peru 29 Doane 23 HI-Peru 38 Wesleyan 16 23- Peru - Chad ron 29- Peru· - Cotner -

Tri-State Tourney 24 Teams

February 22=23,

shaped and desi gned

14 to 12.

This year th e Dunbar lads a r e Sl at- ~ tO Obta in att1·active ed for Class A, and t he Class B eff t d • champions hip ·is the most un ce rtain ec s eslrect by well thing in th e tourney. The All -Sta r 1 dressed WOtnen. team selected from Class A las t year I incl uded: For ward- Conlde, Peru. The newest ereat ions shown is built over th t . . e s age 1ast of brown Forward-Pugh, Stella. suede leath er WIth a gore 10 the side to fit 1 . s nug y around t he ankle Center- T orby, Gretna. 0 t her spn ng s tyles are now in all sh d d Guard-Cowell, Peru. , · a es an 1ea thers. Guard-Eklecr y, Gr etna. Tbe All-Star team in Class B included : Forwar d- Smith , Dunbar . F orward-Daldn, Coole Center- H eurrt, Dunbar . "The Home of Good Shoes" and "Arrowhead" Hose Guard-Wittwer, Honey Creek. NEBRASKA CITY, NEBR. Guard-Bogott, Crab Orchard.

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1923-1924 Peru Pedagogian - issues 1-18  

1923-1924 newspaper issues 1-18 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1923-1924 Peru Pedagogian - issues 1-18  

1923-1924 newspaper issues 1-18 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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