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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESD AY. FEBRUARY 27, 1924.

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Wins from Plattsmouth and Nebraska :=ity in Class A of Tournament

ALL T OURNJUIENT TEAMS. Class A. Forward-Smith, Dunbar. Forward- Alber, Nebraslm City. Center-I<recji, Plattmouth. Guard-Hardick, Nebraska City. Guard-Schottler, Talmage. Closs B. Forward-Barr et, Sterling. Forward-Moyer, Humboldt. Center-Curtis, Au burn. Guard-Reese, Ster ling. Guard-Ray, Humboldt. Class C. Forward-,Vaymire, Douglas. Forward-Wittwer, Honey Creek. Center-L. Heather , Dou glas. Guard-Dakan, Coole Gua r d-Davenport, Peru.

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Sterling, Another Dark H orse, Wins

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A bility to Finish Strong in the Class B Contest

Dunba r !deiced ove r t he dope bucket 1 J\lbe 1·, r. ___ __ _________ o Sterling by fi nishing strong in a ll ! day. Curtis played the best game for 0 0 Coach Whit~d, c. ______ ______ o and won the Class A title. 0 1 of its games took the Class B honors Auburn. Barret had a strealt of luck Oyler's lads ba rely nosed out Syra- Hanl!clc, g. ------------3 3 0 away from Humboldt the favorite of or something else for Sterling. 2 0 euse. Then a fte r Rothert's Platts- \'oc; t. g. -- -------------0 2 the tournament. Coach Storlmn's 1 Sterling, 14. . Referee: Toft.. lads lnclced the final punch, and Ster g fg pts m~uth boys w:re ~-nppl:d beyond re-j P latts mouth, sadly ha ndicapped by 0 0 ling took the tourney 21 to 18, after Boden, f. -----------------0 JlUII' because h.recJt took the mumps, 1 the loss oC t heir sensational center , 0 0 ·ab Doran, f. -----------------0 1hey jumped on Platts mouth and lick- ! Krecji, who came down with the · beating Auburn 14 to 10 an d Cl !.:arret, f. -----------------4 2 10 rd ~hem 2,2 t~ 12. ~o make a good .job mnm 11s afte r the Thu r man game. fe ll 3 Or chard 15 to 14. Thompson, c. - -------------1 . 1 of rt. t he) s l!p!Jed m a basket agamst be fore the accn rate shooting of Smith The Humboldt-Sterli ng game was Reese, g. ------------------0 1 1 Nebraslca City in a n extra five m inutes an(! H ewitt. , R oth ert's boys seemed anybody's game from the beginning Pangbu r n , g . --------------0 0 0 oud took the title 17 to 15. It was unal•le to get started. Chase wa s t he to the end. At half time the score Aulm rti, l O, g fg pts the biggest upset of them a ll. on ly man to get going. Dunbar led c OOl{, 1'H E FAVORITE, J ,OSES ' stood ten all. Sterling picked up just Masters. f. ----------------0 1 1 The long s hooting of Captain Hew- at the ha lfway mark 11 to 3, ond •r O DOUGLAS- WAYl\llRE I S Jcnough points to win the game. Ster- Armstrong, f. -------------2 1 5 itt and "Bus y-Bee" Smith did th & P latt!'mouth conld no t overhaul t h e S'l ' Alt }'0Jt Tli E WINNERS 1ing's guards saved the day. The team Cn rtis, c. ------------------2 o· 4 1I really has no stars. H umboldt loolt- And r ew, g. ----------------0 0 0 . deed. Smith was the whole floor team ,;peer1mg S mt'tl1. 0 0 Cnl well g. ----------------0 or the winn e r s . He seemed in ever y Hnn ba r . ~~. 1 Another favorite dropped out when ed lil•e the better team, but the Referee: Faunce. play. H e would' buzz round thP g fg 11ts Douglas ran away from Cook in the Storl\an athl etes eould not get the H.umboldt bar ely nosed out Peru basket. stiug the ba ckboard, and be Smi th. L - · ---- -- ---------- 6 1 13' final 22 to 8. "Pygmy" Waymire necessary points. P rep in a m eny tussle. The Bob0 0 l<ept the winners on the j ump; they Sterling, 21. on defe ns e. 0. H e witt's uncanny '\f. 11cwit t. L , ____ ________ o l;ittens were staging a rally when the bnslcet s hooting did the r est. Nebras - 0. Hewitt, c. ------------- 2 ~ ~ toolc the lead ear l y and never lost it. g fg f pts whistle closecl the game. Peterson. 1 ---------- - -- 1 le11 · f · --------------·"> 1 k a City had mis era bl e luck und e r t h e :\ !PtPr. g. 0 2 Dalwn , of Coo Ic. was tl1e f1 as I1 o f tl Ie J~n ~..t ~ Delze ll, :.\1oycr and Montgomery did 1 - ----- - - - - 12. --- g'lme, 110'\•evel', ~re playecl both guard D Barret. fr. -- ------------ 1 hasket. The hoop s eemed pos sessed . \\"ilhC'Im. ~-P lattsmouth, • • r 0 2 I he best wo rk 1 0 g fg pts an(! for·,,·al·d !'OI' tl1e losers. Dougl aas or a n, · ----------- - - Alber was off fo rm. Hardiclc and T hompson , c. -~-- --- - - -1 4 3 6 Hmnboi M, 10, 2 had !Jreviously wou from Nehawlm Reese, g. ___ ____ _______ 1 0 Yost did the work [or the city. H e hn.l. f. --- -------- - ------ 1 1 g fg pts 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 All">righ t. f. -- ------- - ----- - 1 0 2 Hard ic lc's long bas k e t tied the score. Hartford. f. - --- - - ------- -- 0 0 0 0 28 to 7 and from H oney Creek 20 to Pangburn , Jr. --------- - 0 0 4 ,0 1 18. Jiuttery. f. --- ---- --- - - -- - Co~cll 'roblel''S team deserved to llmnbOJ!lt, 18• f. --- --- ------------2 In the fiv e-minute extra period 0 . H e - Ch a s e . g. - ---~- -- - ----- - -- -3 2 , ... g fg r pts ;'lloyeJ·, Hoagland, c. __________ ____ 1 0 2 witt pick e d up a lon g s hot. and Dun- H att. g . - - - - ---- - ---------~ ~ ~ 1 win. Alt right. r. ____ ___ _____ 3 1 2 7 Ray, g. -------------------1 0 2 4 :\1ontgomery. g. _____ ___ ___ o 0 0 bar h e ld the City scor e less for two \Vnsl e r. g. ·- -------- - ---i n ou ~rl:rs, ~2. v .oyer. f . --------- - - ---1 2 2 4 l'crn P rep, 8. 0 mi nutes and took the cup. Nebrasl;a City boys v. Heather. f. ________ _ fZ• 2 g fg pt s ))unbar, 17. ha d a tough battle with Fall s City. Waymire, f. ___________ 6 1 1 1a ;>..Jontgome r y. g. _____ ___o 1 1 1 Adams, f. -----------------2 0 4 2 0 0 g fg f pts Coach Britton's t eam surprised the L. Heather, c. - - -- - - ---1 0 2 Heferec: Toft. Va nce. L ---- -- -=- - - - ------ -0 2 Smith, f. -- ----------~ ~ ~ crowd by pl a yin g Nebraska City to a Williams, g. -------- - - - 0 0 2 ~ By finishin g strong, a regu la r stunt P ete rs on. f . ---- -- - - -------1 1 3 r e lze ll . c. _ ________________ o 1 1 :\1. H e witt, f. -- - - --- -- 1 b I C't b s Scott, g. ------- - - - ----0 0 1 of Sterling's, the lads from Supt. Mc- Bog le, g. ________ ___ ___ ____ o 0 0 O. Hewitt, c. __________ :: 1 0 7 close game. The Ne ras m I Y oy. Cool;, 8. :\1et er. g. _ _ __ ___ __ ___ 2 0 2 4 ~ee mcd s ta le. p 1·obably because of too g fg r pts \'ay's tow n elimi nated Auburn in the na th. g . __________________ o 0 0 Wilh e lm, g . ----- - ---- 0 0 3 0 1, 111 ch 11 iaying. Deckin ger d id t!1e Townsend, f. ___ ___ ___ _o 0 0 0 Isem i-finals 14 to 10. Auburn was An vil le. g . ------- ___ __ ____ o 0 0 Refe r e:!: Buis ing. ~Pbraslm l'ity,}iJ·rg ( pts ~\·or!; [or F'n ll s City. Poling, Alber Dal;an, r. ------------- 1 ~ 1 ;o l pla ying botleJ: ball t han the previous 1 0 rcontinUP'I on last oage) l\~cDe c.__-------Pol i ng. L ---- - "'l 2 1 4 Smnenrm~tt, . .,. ___ _______ _o 0 0 ~!!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~= Howarth, g. _____:_ _____ o 1 0 1

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l urday morning 28 to 7. Both of the Gam~s Dougla s forwards were s hootin g well. Cn r per rl-id mos t of t he work for Nehawlm, a ided by Stone. Douglns led at the half 12 to 3. Houghts, 28. fg p t !> g V. Hea ther, f. __ _____ _____ 6 0 12 pts Waymi re, r. _______ _______ _5 0 10 0 4 10 I L .. l~eathe r c. - --- - ---- -----2 0 2 1 1 W1 lhams g . ---------------1 0 0 0 Sc:ott g. ------------------0 0 0 10 Malon e. g. ______ ___ ____ ___ o 0 ~ eh a wka , 7. 0 g fg pts 1 7 8 Carpe r , f. - ------- - - - - - - --3 0 0 - , Duckwo rt h, f. -------------0 0 0 29 Stone, c·. ----------------0 0 0 \Va lda, g . ________________ _o 0 pts Fl eshman, g. ______________ o 0 1 Refere e ·. Buis ing. 16 Cook had di ffi cu lty eliminatin g 0 I Humboldt's rese r ves. Cook led at the 01 • ha l[ 4 to 3. Cars h was H umbo11 ct s 01 th e game. Da lm n and 1 b e~t man ofloci . fot· Cool' . M<'Dc rmott ' 23 I ('not;, 1 1.

Th e Pe ru Bobcats a ll hut won the , wh e r e P e n1 won a4 to 8. · 1 Peru , 29 b Y wiDg Cg f ning from Doan e, Wes leyan, a_nd : Wlk eson. r. ____________ 4 2 0 ('hadron . The Saturd ay game With 1 Prary. f . ____ ___ ..: _____ 0 1 1 lhe Chadron E a g les marked Peru's Cowell. c. __ ___ __ _____o 0 0 · 11 e ''"e·met· (' 5 0 4 1 thirty-fi rs t con s ecutive win Ill co e g : ' · -- --- --- --- 0 1 ' . p 1 a p er - l De lze ll. g . - - ---- - --- -- 0 r:n·cles. It left th e e c agogs . : :\lila m. g . __________ __0 0 2 rentage of 1000; a nd it m ean s that ~f 1 Bitzie. g. ___ ______ ____ _4 0 1 the Bobcats turn !)nclc Cotner on Fn- j .• <lay• Feb · 29 ' that th e undi sputed titlet !1 Tota l -----,·, -o.m -;---e-, -,;,;1" 3 9 -•>· will go to Pe n1. And a loss would no 1 g fg C 2 1 mean th e loss of t I1c t ·It le · for e very j Higgenboth a m , r. -- - --- ?.~ b 6 4 1 other team in the confe r e nce bar; een c: aus man , f. - --- - -- --- 0 0 1 I defeated a t least twice. f;ry a n, c. ------ -------··0 0 0 '['nms c -- - --'rite Bo bcats had a s care w h en t h e j •' · · -------0 0 1 · d H a y le tt. g. - -- - --- - -- 2 lloane Tiger s a ppea r ed l\Ion da y a n :Vlc Ciary. g. __ __ _______ 0 1 . f the I · hr:>gan locatin g h e h ash et rom , 8 7 6 r·enter [ th e floor Tn truth , Gau s - I Tota l - ------- -------p; fg pls o . He Refe r ee : Ru s:;e ll. . . . 0 2 man's s hooting ,..,.a;; uncanny. : p •rn pass~·() h er thi rtJCth s tr a rght a.t 'l'ow n ~end. L --- --------- 1 3 picked up e ig h t bas l< e ts . mos t. of . c x e n se of th e most feared team Da l;an. r. ------------------ 1 1 5 1 · t · fa n c y vanet y . t h e e. P 1· Wesley- !He Dermott. c. ------- _____ 2 which wer e of t h e e x t a. . t l Confe re nce, Ne 1)ras 'a ·•. o 0 ·t , s ubs trIll l<' d • s S m ne n, p;. -----------~ 1 Coach Graf electe d to ;; 1at , t · t 1a n A nd it wa s a g r a nrl a n g onou . \\"i ehl;c g . _ __ __ _______ ___ Q 1 1utr:> team, bu t wh e n thP Tiger s we n . . · ht for P e ruvians. Five minutes 1 ' Hurnboldt, 8. 1 5 • · c t· · n '\Vmm- mg 3 11. r· --- ------- - ----··-1 lo shootin g, be r us he r! ,a p a t ft e r the gonw beg un t 11 0 ga me Jool·.' 1 Cars 0 Pr a nd Bitzie in t o th e lin e-up; ~n~ 1 : d a l mos t sec ure. P e ru p~ayed m ~ho;_~ ~~~lof~d--~~-===========~ 1 ~ 0 none too s oon. Th e ·rig~rs sm~ ~It c:hampion form. The . passmg was H;·i ggs, ·g. -~------ - ------- 0 0O 0 blood a nd t h ey lc e pt fi gh trng. tt o . s ure . t h e floor work was fas t, . ~nd L r.<'. g . --------- ---- - ----- 0 the Bobcats fif teen minutes to head c·u ' s e··e fo r th e bas ket was posrttve-. 1 R efe ree : Faunce_._ _ _ _ . t fi minutE'S ' 1 t :t • h 1 twel ve points · . them. But Ill the IRS _ve ly un canny . PeiU a t d State Confer e n ce Standtngs. the coming c h am pi on s picked up a . th e firs t five minutes of pla y, a n g w I pet. ·nts Tl' e Ill o ·ed The comfortabl e lea d o f te n pot. . 'lk~- I Wes leyan had n~t . sc ' . lve~ P e ru No r mal 8 8 0 1000 hnlf ended P e r u 23, Doa n e 13. G•_ t : l\Ic thodis ts never dtd hnd t h ems e Wayne Normal 12 I 0 2 83o lon g bask e s, T l guards k e pt th em 667 'on was pick in g np t Il e · th at fi r!'t half. le ' . Nebraska W es leya n 6 6 4 :md Weimer co u nted und e r th e hoop . • s llloth ered. Weimer outJu mped -~~d H astin gs Co lleJZe 8 5 3 625 In the second pe !'iod th e g ame I outplayed Capta in Hurlbut. le 1 Kearney Nor m al 10 6 4 600 . bl Peru ltePt . d Gill{ s hot. He 13 7 6 538 lowed down cons rd e r a y. e tea m fe d Gill{ a n . Cotner Co llege il lead t hough hardl Y a c o.mfortabl . s lw t s o e ffect ively that he prcked upt i Midland Co ll ege 9 4 5 444 ' ·d w er e · 6 2 4 333 INtd. Both Doane for wai s I six teen points from tl•e floor tha 1 York Co ll ege dangerous. B itzie a nd T e d . h.owev_e r, ~i rst ha lf. And wesl ey~n h a d, t o It~ Grand I~ . Colle~e 10 3 7 ~00 !li<,ked enoug b ooints to lteep t b e Bob- conte n t w ith three pomts coun te I Omaha U nive r sitY 7 32 5 286 ':tts lead in" ; n d t h e gam e e nde d f ·om the fou l lin e. The s core o~ 24 to ' C hadr on Nor mal 11 8 273 "eru 29, D~~ne 23. D oa n e did m:u~~ 3' m a d E' th e gam e a l most a cer ta mty. j Doane Co llege 3 9 ~~~ IJP.tter . t the n ear -champiO . . d n las t page ) I Nehr Cen. Co l lege 0 2 agams . own floor (Cont!ll u e o han they rfid on the•r ~tate c hampion s hip last wee 1'

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one-point margi ns. S huber t played Per u a close ga me ; a nd S tella held Humboldt better tha n th e score inEntered at the Postoffice at P e ru, Nebraska as second-class m atter. dica tes. 'l'hc fi r s t game of th e tourney wa s Published Weekly by the Peru State T eachers Goll ege th e Stell a-Humboldt gam e. Coach Hanson 's team took a s hut-out. The $ 1. 00 per yea r . S ing le copy 5 cts. Stella lads seemed una ble to locate If y ou do not r e ce ive yo ur Pedagog ian leave noti ce in the Pedago- the baslw t. Moyer was th e s tar of th e winn ers. Hinld e played best for gian box in th e Administration building. the lose rs. Ed itor Hn mJJ ol!lt, J:?. GEO . R. WILLY Bu s in ess .Manager . g f~ pts DAVID COSTELLO I AllJI'I ght. (. ----------------0 0 0 EMELIA NOVOTNY Ca m p us 1 ~ !oye r, r. - --------- -------4 0 8 _ · Campus J Hoagland, c. ____ _______ ___ l 0 2 MARWN MARSH . t' Cha nd ler, c. ___ _________ __o o o 0 rgam za 1ons Ray, g. --- ----- - - - ---------1 o 2 CRYSTA L MEYER Organizations , Mon tgomer y, g. ___________o 0 0 MYRL EMRICK 0• Pers ona l:> ' tclln, _______ l~UT H SANDELL , \\' n.gh l, L. ___S______ o 0 0 Per sona ls j: Hinld c. r. ____ ____ ________ _o o o H EL YN HUMBI.!:RT C i asse~ ;'\cdro\\' , c. ----------------0 0 0 MILDRED PATE Cl Hi cks. g. __________________ o o 0 asses nonrke. g. __________ __ ____ o 0 0 GRACE MEITZ C ircu lation ~l c:\l ull rn , g. --------------0 0 0 DOROTHY WADE Referee : F rar ~· . Special R e porte rs : Lucv Armstrong , E. L y le Laughlin, Bernice Yer lws' team nosed out Shubert in Le wis, He le n Jones , J ohn S h uster. a close con test. H enders on counted

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point for the losers , and gave a Hc e Cr ~ am Candy I n t hi s i ssue th e Peda gogian presents its All -Tournament t eam s. good account of himself 00 th e floor. I Delze ll pl ayed the s teadiest ga me for Sandwiches The y are about a s valua hle as Ail-Thi s-and-That t eams usuall y are . the winne rs. ,. ______,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, _ _______,__.,; Th ere i s a lways r oo m f or differences. Peru !'rep, s. "" ' F or ins t a nce , it is a s ham<> t o leave Cap tain Hewitt of th e Dunbar g fg pts learn off the Ji st. Sti ll in the opini on of cr iti cs he i~ not as g ood as ~dams, .r. - - -------------- -0 2 2 a nce, {. - -----------------1 0 2 Krecj i ; and the critics were choos ing the best ce nter of the tou rney 1 Peters on , r. ---------------1 0 2 irrespective of the num ber o f g a m es played . All are pr e tty well ' n clzPil . c. -----------------0 0 0 For Men a n d Wom e n F r om $ 1. 35 to 3 . 'Z5 a p a ir . 0 0 agreed on th!! fo r ward s, " B usy-Bee" Smith a nd Alber . Th e Ci ty ~~~:~l·e, gg. -================~ 0 2 Give th e m a cal l P h one is No . 52 g ua rd, Hardi ck , was o uts tanding. T he o ther guard pos i tion was g ive n Shubert, G.

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Dunbar won the 1\ a s lens. c.· - - -- ----- - - - - - - 2 2 ~ Auburn, G. clo<:Pst battl e o[ the evening [rom F1·ancc. e. --- - - - - - - --------1 0 !: i ~ racuse. Platts mouth gave Thur- 1Til hcls, g. ---- - - -- - -------0 2 2 :\1ast crs, f. ____________ ____go 1 . 1:1:..n, Iowa a. drubbing. Coach Kridel- I~ ~· - ------------ - _- o 1 0 2 An~1 ~ ~ r o u ~ , r. __ _________ ___o \ .ral}~cr, 1c k erm~. g. _____ _____ 0 0 Cmlls. c. - --- ------ -------1 ln.ugh's team could uot get s tarted. Referee : \Vcimer. the i\ncl r cw. g. ___ _____________ o T a lmage's popular team kept pace Coach Rothert's team from Cul well , g. ___ _____________ o Expert Watch an.d J e we l r y Repairing wi th t]l e City lads for half of th e firs t Platte \\"a llwd a \\" ttY with a game Ulanchnrd, 4. ]·eri.od. Then the City pulled a way O\'C r T hurma n, l a . Th e Haw keycs ung fg pts whil e T a lmage s lumped a nd were accustom ed to a big fl oor d id not 11lay 1 Rea cl cr, f. --- ---- --- ------0 1 1 We use on ly Genuine material l eading at the ha l[ 16 to 6. Schotu er up t th . IT t I.. d C! Dunham. L ---- - -- --- - ----0 0 0 o eu· a . > 1 1 y. \.reCJ I an 1ase II fage r l v. c. ----------------0 0 0 in our watch repair w o r k opened up t he s econd half and with Ritter and Pet.e rs kept the City bus y. were R ot hert's a ces. Krecji showed 1 McE lroy, g. ---------------0 3 3 Bnuldra did Foust, g . ------------------0 0 0 The ga me ended 29 to 2 2. Alber and ra re driublin g a lrility. Price s Re asonable the bes t work for Kr ill 's quintet. The Rcfe1·ce : ·w ei mer. llardick !llay ed t he stellar game for score a t the hal( ended 11 to 3. the winn ers. . l'latt s mouth, :?3. lr EJtU GTHLS RUN UP lGI) rOlNTS. Nebras lw. City, 29. f t. g ( g ptH I . . 1 p . g g p ~ J::l.cha l, L ____ __ ___________ 0 n t l1e last tln cc games t 1e e1u 2 t'olin g, f. ---------------·---1 0 ~ Ch:~ sc, r. ____________ ______ 3 o 26 girls lwvc r un up a scor e of 155 l ~·ema.n , r. -------------- --1 ~ 1~:1 1't~?nl. r. ---------------0 0 0!points. 1\liss Blankens hip's pupils Albers, f. - - - ------------- - 6 ~ 0 0 1\ reCJI, c. - --- ---- ------- --6 1 13 1 won from Joh nson 50 to 5, from NeAlJbott, Whited. f.c. -----------------0 ________ ________ o 0 0 Hat!. g. - ------- - - -------- 0 0 0 braslm City 4? to 17 a nd from Au0 2 ·b ~ '. N b k 903 Centr a I ave . 9 Wn s lcy, g. - ---- - ----------1 II t r~ick . g. ----------- -----4 11 3 Buttery. g. -------------=---0 0 01 urn 61 to 4. Tho City gam e was e ras a City, Nebr. ) n~ t. g. ----- - - - - - - - - ---.. --1 1'Jiurman, H. pl ayed a t P em , t he Auburn ga me at ~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~....--------.:.:~~::~:.,! 'J'alma gc, 22. g fg pl.s Auburn. g fg pts c, r. - -- -- ------- - - 0 1 1 1 r eru, Gl. Ri tter, f. ---- - --- --- - --- - .. - 4 0 gl R. ulSl~el ell a.. r. --- -- - - - ------ - 2 o o4 Folkerts , f. --- ------------0 0 0 t 1Ra <}. S teele, c. ______________ o o .. g fg pts Stromer, f. -- -- - -------- ---0 1 1 S ur[ncc g 0 1 1 1Il a raJ Htll, r. --------- ---- - 13 1 27 Peters. c. -----------------2 2 6 Bnr;on ' ======----------0 Sclk, f. ---- --------------15 ' ---------- 0 0 IC 11 c 0 04 340 Damme, g. ----- ---- - - - - --- 0 10 0 7 Refer ee, Buctlgenbacb. c :'• · ------- - ---------Schottl cr, g. ---------- ----3 Seal s, c. ------------------0 0 0 Referee : 13 u c ttg c nb:~ ch . 0 0 Cowell, g . ----------------0 Ar gabright, g. _____________ o 0 0 The Dun h:~ r-Sy racusc [ra.ca s was a. ('J,ASS n P I!ODUCE S SOl'm l' IRST l!OUND THRlJ,LE ltS Aubul'll, 4. toss-up from th e first. Both teams fg pts ' were set fo r victory, a nd the game Humboldt, Peru P 1·ep, Sterling and F'rn ry, r. ------------------~ 2 4 \Vas in doubt unlil t he fin al whistle Aubum survivccl the firs t r ound of Kl ein, e. - - - --- --- -- - - - --- - 0 0 0 blew. At haH tim e the score was tied play iu Class B. 'l' wo of tl10se games, Aflnmsou, c. --------------0 0 0 :tt s ix nil. Ka s tens did the war!( for tho Ste rling-CJ•niJ Orcha 1·d and Au- Anderson, c. - - - - ------ ---- 0 0 0 0 0 Syracuse ; Smi th, Hew itt a nd Gibbou s buru-Dla nchar d ga mes wer e won 1 Lambert, g. ---------------~0 JY , And rews , g. ---------------0 0 0

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The Silk Frocks of Spring Are Very Gay Things - gay not only in the hrigh t colorings and bright embroide r ies br ight.trimm ing to uches, but gay i~ their bouffant fa sh ion ings as well. In our spring d rspl ay, ther e are just those fashion ings that will deli g ht the heart of any woman. in everything from novelty t <:d ieta to the mos t sop hi sticated o f lcvely crepe satins.

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Sopohmore Class Meeting. The weekly meeting of the class was held in L 107, Thursday morn· ing Omar Sperry gave us a brief outline of the work being accomplished by the Peruvian staff From what he said the Peruvian wi ll be more interesting and unique than ever before. The J work is progressing more rapidl y than last year, being about one 1 month ahead of the schedule. The contract for th e invitations I has bee n let. The price will be , JO ~ ct'n ts. You are urged to !let j your order in early as possi hie The invitations are very appropri-~ ate, the style being one of the

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these p e ople h a d fou nded After counted all of his from t he foul line. Sterling, Another Dark Horse, Wins. Naming Peru, Nebraska. HOUGJ,AS, COOJ{, llUMllOLDT on t he M i ss our i r iver Hurlburt piclced up a field goal in the {Continued flrom first page) A people may be tracked by the a town Up ' AND NE II AWJ(;\. SURVIVE uced o thers to co m e by the . d . l'utS1' JtOlJ.ND lN CLASS C last minute of play. Gilkeson led for end of a 6 to 1 sco re. Wittwer and geographic n ame which t hey give t h ey 10 Peru with 16 points, followed by Bit- Bnthn did the work for the winners t o the r egions w hich they occupy . letters the y s ent back to t he tr hom~ Douglas barely nosed out Honey zie with 11 points, and Weimer with He nderson played the best game fo r Peru was no excep tion to t he ru le, folks. Creek, Coole ran away from Salem, 9 points. Frary's lone basket was Shuber t. Henderson mad e a good being named by a party of emi In a num b er o f instances we find Humboldt just passed Peru a nd Ne- [rom ncar cente r. showing in the tourn ey. grants from Peru, Il li nois, In that P e ru r ece i ved some of her l! awka put out .~rownville in the first Coach Glen Preston said after the Jloncy Creel<, u. ronnel of tho ClastJ C tourney. Save game: "Playing lilce that, Peru can g Cg pts the year 1858 to 1859 some people best settler by t h e merest c hance, the Cook-Salem game which Coole .beat any team in Missouri Valley." Wittwer, r. ----------- -----1 ~ ~ from Peru, Illinois, dec ide d to as when a fami Jy, e nro ute to Kanwon 22 to 7, th o games were close. Peru 38 Adams, f. ---------- ---- ----0 ·1 31 migrate westward. By boat, train, sas, cro ssed the r iver here, a~d Gook wa:; Lh o tour ney favorite after ' ' g fg f pts Bruhn, - - - - ---------- - - 1 '. II f Walker, c.g. - ____________ ____ o ~ ~ and with ox-teams they came, findin g satisfied friends and fer tlle ( 8 0 2 16 I fi rs t rounl. I ttc , .t \eson, . - - -------- - Kreps, g. ------------------0 1 'I these migrating p eople. There lands, changed their or igina l plans, Cook opened the tournament on the 1 rhorpe, f . - - - - --- - -----0 0 0 0 Sl be1·t 4 IF . f 1 0 1 21 tU • ' high school floor. On th e small floor I 'ra t Y. · --- - - - - ------g fg pts was Thomas Williams, wb o came to and ventured n o f a rth e r to ward I d Conkle f. - - --- - --- - ---- 0 0 1 0 II I f th e lads fro m .Johnson county P aye Weimer, c. - --- --- - - - --" 1 2 gl l:Ie~H e·1d·!ionf. · -------- - ----- 11 ~ ~ I Peru from Illinois in 1859, having ' ' b leeding Kansas . " 0 ·.t good g·tmc vat g • · - --- ---- - - ---- --0 0 0 i made a nine days' t rip d o wn the ' '·tgainst Salem ' leadin g o<' 1·ze 11 • g.• -- - -- ----- --o 0 0 0 I Lil lv The staid agricul t ural commun at th e half time 10 to 5. Salem failed Milam, g. -------- - -----0 0 ~ ~ Gibs~n. · ~.--======= ====== === 0 ~ ~ Mississippi and then j ourneyed by i ty might have lac ke d color had ~o stage a come-back and Cook elim- ~ ~~t:i~.'· g~· -=============~ ~ 3 11 Sl:~nl er. g. - ---- --- -- ----- - 0 0 0 train to Ha nniba l , M1sso uri , where there been n o soldiers o f f or t une, mated them 22 to 7. QuJgl<>y, g . --- ------- ------ 0 he board ed the ~ oat whic h bro ught no adventu r ers to enliven t he scene. Cool;, :!2. Total ---- - --- -- - ---18 2 13 S'3 Hcfercc: Brun sdon. g fg pts 1 "\Ycslcyan, IG. him to Peru. Little I lli no is Tate, , P e ru was f o unded a f e w m ont hs To wnse nd, C. _________ _____::! 0 6 1 g fg f pts Hig h School Debate. (Mrs. Cnar les NPal), when · but a before the g ol d strike in t he Pike's Dalw n, f. ------ - ---------- - 4 0 81C:cmbl cr, L _________ ___ () 0 0 0 Come to the hi g h sc hool "ThinkSchacht, f. - ------ - -- - ----- 0 0 0 • Yette r, t ______________2 0 0 4 child of four years, r ode behind Peak country wh i ch o ccurred in McDermott, c. ___________ __4 0 81 Cal vert, L -- - - --- --- --0 6 1 6 shop" Friday, February 29, at 4:00 l:linnon, g. - - ---------- - - -- - 0 0 0 Hurlbut, c. __ ____ ______ 1 1 3 6 p . m . to hea r Peru Demonstration an ox-team all the wa y from he r 1858 and it is to th i s incident that native state, whose nam e s he bore . s he owes so m e of her best ci t izens. Howarth. g. ------- -- ------0 0 0 1 .T. Boell g . ____________o 0 1 0 \\'ieblw. g . _______________ o 0 0 H. Bocll g. ____________o 0 1 o High Schoo l vs. B rock Hi g h School. Sa lem, 7. Ala baster, g. ____ ____ __o 0 2 0 The question i s, Reso lved: That t o Peru. Other!' made the whole : Some had b een to Pike ' s Peak and trip from P e ru, lllinois, by boat, J r e turned di s i l lusi o n ed; others had S. Martin, L ____ ________ ___o 2 2 Total __________ ___ __3 10 8 16 immigration be fu r t h er r estri cted Shild lwl"ic L --------- - - - - - 1 0 2 g.oin~ d ~w n the Illino is and ~ssis- ~ co m e acr oss th~ M i sso uri and hea rReferee: Ru ssell. in the United States. Ifusl on, c. ------------- - - --1 1 3 G. i\larlin, g. ________ __ __ __o o o Peru took her t hirty-first game at The Brock t Eam con;;ists of Luc ile S IPPI nvers and th e n taktng a ing disc o uragmg r e p orts, deternoyd, · g. __________ ________ _o o o mined t o p r oce ed no fl1rther but to the expense oC the Chad ron Eagles. Bl ac k . B vron Reeve an d E'"'ugar Missouri river s teamboat. Referee: Faunce. Wills' team from the V\rest gave Peru 1 : . The names of t he sturd y populal locate in the little villag e of Peru ; '!'he battl e betw'ccn Peru Juniors one of the prettiest st ru ggles o[ the Chard, wtth Besste Brown as altera nd Humboldt Juniors was a battle season. The Engles tallied six points nate. The Peru team is Fulton tio n transplanted from the p r air i es while a fortunate fe w brought royal. Humboldt survi ved, 6 to 3. of Illinois to the pr a iri es o f Ne- back the coveted g o ld dust. Of the hcfo 1·c the Bobcats could get under Davenp ort, George Clary and CllffJlumiJoldt, G. g fg pts way. Then Captain Wiemer's boys ord l{o berts, with Stacha R obinson br aska cannot be f ull y enu merated last class mentioned, a st ory is told but a h istori an of P e ru may no t of a fo r tune seeker wh o carried Car!;Jt. r. - -- - --------------2 0 " Jstarted and held a 20 to 13 lead at as a lternate. delve tar into the ea rl y famil y back his booty in a g oose-qui llRhoades, f. - ------ ----- - __ _1 0 2 half tim e. · The long shooting of I - ----Chandler. e. ---- ------- ·--0 0 ~ I Fra r y a nd Yates and the follow-in Li ttle Women. . a.J ~ iances and .ne ighborhood notes I two and a half dollars 10 go ld dust, c·. 1roagla ud, c. --- ----- --- 0 0 I shoots or Weimer rcatmed the first A Sam uel French Produclton, to 0 wtthout knowtng of t he Medleys, in th.'! g e tt ing of which he expend· ~~~~g~. g~-=================~ ~ o Ipe ri od. Di~7.ie's p~aying featured. the be given Satu rd ay, March 1. i n the t h e s . . ans, th e Horns. th e Halls, l'cru, 3. :.ccond !Jenod. Gtllceson anu Mtlam college auditorium, at 8 o'clock. t he M cKenn eys , the Combses, a nd ed seven hundred d o llar s. th e Tates. L ou i se M cCrory. Cl:1r~·. r. ··--- - - -- - - --------0 ~ ~ \ pl ayed t heir ust.tal steady ga me. Yates I Cast of characterss: \Vla u;on. r. -f- --- - - - - -------- 0 and O'Co nn or tl!d best for Chadron. M M h AI" S C eve ngc r, . --'- -.---- - - ---- 1 0 2 ; r. 1' arc tee, orense n

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Yates, f. ----- - - --- - - - - 4 1 2 9 Professor Bhaer Amy K ite <I JHI I I cat I tet· slartcd 111 the second v 'ConnoJ', c. ___ _______ 2 o 2 1 Esther Keefe r period an d had the ga me tied at the 11\TeKclvie, g. __ ____ _____o o o o John Brooke Katheryn J oi ner third quarter. Douglas finally won Pate, g. -- - --------- ---0 0 1 0 Ha nnah 20 lo 18. Tavener, g. ________ ____o 0 0 0 Director Marie Grabill 'l'otal _____ __ _____ ___8 1 6 17 Stage manager Boug la ~ , :!0. Fulle r Wood ie fg pts g C r y~tal Meyer Property manager 2 1 V. Heathe r, f. ------ - - - - - - --1 Waymir(), f. _____ __ _______ 4 O Dunbar Kicks Over Dope Bucket. Costumer Esther Delzell L. 1-IC'ather. c. ________ ____ _3 2 8 (Continued 1.J·on1 first page ) Music College Orchestra Willia ms. g . ____ ________ __o 0 0 j 0 0 1 a nd Yost saYed t he day for Nebraska Sy nopsis: :\Ialone,g. g._______ - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - -0 Scott, ___________ o 0 0 City. Uhli g kept Ha rdick covered. Act 1. Sitting r oo m of t he Jlou cr Creel;, 18. f"" t Ncbraslat Cily, 2;;. g 5 pts March Home in Concord , Mass., \\"itt wcr. f. _______ __ ____ ___ ;; ,~ P1 ~ I Poling . . f. _____________ ____g::! fg 0 6 December, 1863 . Adams, f. ---- - ---- - ------- 2 Al hcr. I. .-----------------4 0 8 Ac t 11. Sce ne .I. the same, three 0 4 Bruhn, g. c. -_______________ ----- - - - - -------o 2 ___ I oman. r. ----------------0 o 0 months late r. Morning, March , 0 0 \\'allicl·, g. ____________ ____o O 0 Whit~d c. ------- ----- ---- - 1 0 2 HardJCI\, g. ------ --- - ------1 1 3 1864 . Sce ne II. The same, si x Referee: Faun ce. Abbott, g. _______ __________ o o o months later. Late afte rnoon, The colorful cre w from Brownville Yost. g. --- ---------------1 1 6 led by a length in th e first period, Abel, g. -- - ------- ---------0 0 0 Sep tembe r, 18 64 . hut Stone, Ne hawlca's center , overl:'alls Clty, 18. Act III . The same, two and one g fg pts came that l ead and gave his team a half years · later. Afternoon. 0 2 Uhlig, f --------------·-----1 victory 10 to 7. Whitford, L ----- - ---------1 1 3 Act IV. The apple orchard, Nchawlw, 10. Decl{ingcr, c. ----------- - - 6 1 13 P lumfie ld, e ig hteen f!!Onths la ter. g (g pts Zorn, g. --~--- - ---- ------ - - 0 0 0 Hodge, f. -----------------1 0 2 Lewis, g. _____ _.:- ---- -~--- 0 0 0 Afterno on, October, 11:l68. Kruger, f . ----------- ---- -0 0 0 Referee : Delzell. Slone, ----------------3 In the Class A consola tion game 'Valdo. c.g. - -_____________ ____o 11 17 Crvstal Theatre. 'l.'almage won fro m Thurman 17 to 1. : Dodson, g. ---------- - - - --- 0 0 0 The Thurman lads neve r r eally showFriday and Saturadv, Fe bruary llrowm•lllc, 7. g . fg pts ed the abil ity they have in either of 29 a nd Ma rch 1, Wesley Barrey in Sopher. f. - -------- --------0 1 1 the tournam ent games. Talmage out- 'Rags to Riche'!," Admissio n 10 Andrews , f. - - - - ---------- - 2 2 6 played the Hawl\eyes at all stages of a n d 30 cents. Monday Tuesday, Greeno, c. ----- - ----- - -----0 0 0 Miller, g. - - - ---------- - - - --0 0 0 the game. Ritter was the star of t he March 3 and 4 Wi IIi am Duncan · ht , " 1 o an d Cogdill, g. ---- ----- ------- 0 0 0 winners. He was one of the best for- · ·m , 'T'ne M a n o f' 1M tg Hcfcree: Milam. wards of the tourney. Scottler a nd , Damme gua rded well. Peters gave ! 20 ce nts. Wednesday a nd Thurs1 Bobca ts Have Good Chance to W in . Steelc a good tussol o.t center. Baul- day. Febru ary 5 and 6, Dorothy dra a nll E Steele did best for ThurJ Phillips in "The Hreat of Huma n(Continued llrom first page) man. ity. F riday a nd Sat urday , March In th o second period th e Peru 7 and 8 , Maurice Tourneur produc1'uhungc, 17. Ic:un played o. car eful go.me. The tion, "The Isle of Lost Ship." g pts fg Winners Ylere Uetermined not to let -Advertisement. the game get awny from them by any Ritter, f. ----- ------ -------4 0 8 Stromer, f. --------- --- ---2 1 5 slip. Frary's floor work, Dhub's c. --------~---- ----1 0 2 Eyes te1te d Glasses fitt ed guarding a nd the shooting of Bitzie Peters, Damme, g. - ----- ---- - --- --0 0 0 anti " re tmor lcc.!)t Peru safe through- Schottler , g. --------------1 0 2 Satisfaction gua ranteed out. Gilk was kept well covered: so Thurman, 4. Fx. fee good for two years Bitzie and Weimer shot. The Methog fg pts clists had made but one field goal, a R. Steele, f. ---------------1 o 2 Dr. M. M. MacVean, lon g shot by Yetter, when Gruf r an in C. Stee le, r - - ------- --- - - - -0 0 0 Specia list his substitutes. When Russell blew Bauldra f. - -----~------ ----1 o 21 tho finn! whistl e Peru was leading Cloydc, f. - - ----------- - - --0 ~ ~ Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat E. Steele, f. -------- ----- - -0 ~ 8 to lG. • 0 o Office ove r B uck ' sBooterie · f. ---------------0 Surface, Ca lvert nnd Hm·but let for WesBurson, g. ----- - ----------0 0 0 Phone 69 Ne br. C i ty leyan with six points each. Calvert 1 Referee: Sandberg.

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Defeated Cotner in The Last Game Friday Night.

Girls' Club Plav a Splendid En ter... t ain ment.

Anticipation i~:~ always g r ea tt r The Peru Bobcats came into unthan reali zation but there are exdisputed possession of the t i tie in cepti ons to e ve ry ru le . People the State Conference Fri day night have an t icipateo the p r od ucti on of by defeatin~ the Cotner Bu lldo~s "Little Wome n" si nce the cast 27 to 20 in the best ~arne seen o n was chosen and the wor k on it be Peru's floor t hi s season . . It was gun. But it is certain that the the thirty-second consecutive vicaud ie nce enjoyed i t even much tory for the Bobcats. Back in more than it had expected, and 1921 they lost their last game. The those n ot atte nd ing i l, if there string of victor ies began with the h apper: t o be any un l ucky enoug h , defeat of M i.d land 18 to 11, and truly have so mething to r egret. it may n ot be ended yet w i th the It i s a co med y in fou r acts t ake n defeat of Cotner 27 to 20. The f r om th e book "Little Women," string includes twentv -e i g ht conby Louisa May ·Alcott and ar ranged ference games. It is a record to i n th e f orm of a play by Marion boast of to one's grandchildre n. De F or est . It has stood the test The victory g i ves Peru an un · of time a nd pr oves to be a pla y of disputed title f or 1924. In 1923 rea l worth . When g iven by an Glen ''G ilk" Gilkeson, '26, is a r egul ar f orward on the 1924 c hampi onshi p Wesleyan and Peru ti ed, n e ither all sta r cat in Londan, England, baske t ball tea m . " Gil k" took a hard j ob at the begi nn ing of the seaso n, t he team having been d efeat e d. In a nd New Yor k City , dramatic job o f fillin ll' Rothert's place. That he h as d<.lne it is e videnced by t he fact that 1922 Pe ru won by virtue of Wescritics received it with much f avor. the Bollcats have annexed anothe r basket ball titl e. No player on the squad has leyan's two defeats. In 1924 P e ru The love wh ich e xists in ever y mad e ml1r e improve ment th is season than Gilke~on. He reached the heights sched uled Wesleyan that there i t rue A m~ri can family, t he ori g-inagainst Wesleya n when he scored e ig ht baskets from the floo r in the first half. ality a nd differ e nt t raits of per· might bP. no tie . Pe ru won both 1 "Gilk" is captai n of the 1924 football team. He did his prep work at Clay sonal i ty in eacl1 character, the wit, both games, 17 to 16 and ~8 to 16 Center. the so rrow, and a ll facto r s which Cotner, · the fa ste!>t team appear go t o ma ke life what it i10, all are ing on Per u floo r thi s seaso n, L eo W. "M ick" Faunce, '25, mad e his letter on t he undefeated Bobcats of brought out in the play given last j olted the Methodi sts into fift h 1923. Hie! w3s co1:1chi ng and teachi ng at Marshall, Oklaho ma, the first semest er Saturday ni ght, March fir st, by place by drupping t hem 2 1 to 15 a nd so did not e nter until the second semester. As a consequence he was not elithe Gir ls ' Club. g ible for baske t ball. The big fo r war d p layed on the Tomcat team ag ainst Dana on Tuesday n 1ght. Wayne is run- ~ I The re was an extremely well and scored the most poin ts. He wi ll be watched in f ootba ll and baske t ball next ner- up to Peru , ha v ing lost bu t c hosen cast of g i r Is and even those fa ll. He did his prep work at Ne br aska Ci ty. t wo g ames, one to Chadron and who t oo k male roles did unbeli evaone to Wess\eyan. Mark "Mack" De lzell, '26, is a two year man. He has been s ubst itu ting bl y \W I! T o oisg-uise one' s sex The Cotner team, f r esh from for Bitz ie and Milam. And ·that i s a s izable task. He made himself solid i n successfully i::; a hard task, bu t the victory over Wesleyan and with th e first Wesleyan game by ,so i ng i o for Bitz ie at a critical mom ent and picking when o ur o wn col lege g irls do it as the closest of ga mes lo11t to Pe r u up a basket fr o m t he field . "Mack" played q uarter back on the 1 92 ~ football well as th ey did it i n this play, it earl ier in the season, gave t he team .• He did h is prep work in the Per u Training Hig h Schoo l. is eviden tiy p o s::~ibl e . They remind 1 champio ns a battle fr o m t he very one of th e succe~s of Harva rd' s beginning. And they fini s hed Hasty Pudding Clu b in gi r l' s strong. Mannin g was s hooti n g pa rts. To tell ho w wel l each accurately, a tri ck h e has had al l character acted wo ul d be an under· season. He was hi g h point man taking not fitted t o t he ability of ef t.he eve n ing wit h 15 co un ter::.. amateur critics, but the pe r sonages Bitz ie and l•'rary p la yed as g ood PERU DEBATERS audience could not with a ny d e· j SUBJECTS FOR SPEAKERS of J o, bJ Marion Marsh. "Laurie basket bal l as they have pla yed in LOSE TO BROCK gree of assurance foretell the outARE ANNOUN CED. by H e len Stucken holt z, Mrs. March t heir lon g careers. Frary's floor WJ rk wa s a feat ur e of the cham · Las t Friday, at 4:00 p. m ., t he come Extempor aneo us spea kin g co ntest by He le n Yeck, Aun t March by • hi"h school auditorium was t he Both teams are t o be co mm e~ed . wil l be he ld Tuesday evenin~. Yo la Lam b, wh ih ir'ldeed was a · ' s p lay. Coach .Parm ente r s ,., 1 ha rd pa rt t o take, and H a nna M ul plOD . I sce ne of a hotly conte!'ted debate for t hei r exce llen t wor k. T e ! March 25 had a d efense that WI J tea m them. The b e t ween the teams r Ppr ese nting <Cont~u~~n last_ page) : The winner of this contest wil l lett, by Kat hr yn J oi ner, deser ve bother the best of Borgaard brot he r s and Stearns a r e Brock a nd P~ru hi g h schoo ls. PROF. HOYT TALKS ON ; represe n_t t he Pe r u State Teache n ; s peci a l ment ion. T he baby did not to be sneezed over. The questto n was, Resolved: SCIENCE AND RELIGION College In th e state contest, t he exceptionally well f(Jr not having fhat immigratio n be furth e r re-I' early part of Ap ril. The state had any previ ous dr amati c coach· Cotner started off w ith a jump. s tricted num er ica lly in the United Prof. W F. ~oy t _ga ve a ta !k : contest wil l be at Hastin~s Col- i ng. Manning counted two f oul . st·de o f th e J Wednesd ay . e vemng10 the Hi g h ' . e conThe deat h scene pro ved the fa lse. 1ege. Su f ar t h e re are nm . s t hrows S tates. l ' h e a ffi rmauve for the first counte r s . B1t z •e co un- 1 q uest1on . h ld b Sta ha School au d1tonum on Scie nce a nd t t d b 0 n e mor e s u · hood of th e old saying, "Lau g h was u p e Y r. . . . . 1 estan s eo r o 11 e . t ered w i th a long tos11 from cente r. , R b m. so n. F• u It on Dav t' nport , and Rel1g 1on . T he t"lk was tnterest tn g . · Jec . t WI. 11 b e c h osen th.an th e num- and the world laughs w i t h you, 0 We imer cou n t ed a foul t~row . Clifford R oberts, of 1-'e ru . The A rathe r la rge c ro wd assembled be r of con testa n ts. Some of th e weep a nd you weep al one," fo r Manning fo r ged ahead w~th ~ i n egati ve s ide o f the q ues t ion was for thi s fi r st t a lk o f t he ser ies. qu estions li s t ed a r e as fo llow : the re were not many h andkerchiefs pretty sh ot. Frary counte · ·1 s upported b y E d ga r Chard, Lu- ! he gist t~e t alk m ay be read Recogniti o n of the Russ ia n in the audience not i n use at that was a nip-and - tuck co ntes t un tJI ce ll e Black a nd By r on Reeve of ~n the edlt ona l co l ~mn of t h is Governme nt. inst a nce. Federal Rese r ve Banking SysThe f u ll cas t stand as fo llow: t he score stood ten al l. T he n .Pe ru 1 B ro ck. Geo r ge Cla r y was alternate · Issue of th e P eda gog Ja n pu lled away and had 8 16 to 1 for tn e P e ru team and Bessi e 1 The lecture by Proft>ssor Hoyt t M-r. March A lice Sorensen the half. Weimer I f h B k was the firs t of a seri es unc.t P.r t he e m. !l lead at Brown was a 1ternate or t e roc . . . . . Ame ri ca' s P olicy to wa rd s Mex- Mrs. March Helen Yeck of th e Chn st m orga m za- tco. . Jb Mart"on Ma rsh Started ·shootin~ in th e seco nd t eam. Th e J. u d ges were Mrs. W. 1 dJTectton • period, and Peru ran the sco r e to D Grandy, speech instructor at ; ttons on world pr oblems. The · Wor km en's Co mpensa ion . Meg Karn ie Sundell 22 t o ll befo r e Cotne r starte~ . · th.e Aub ur n High School, Mr . N . · course wi~l run unti l April 9 · 1 Sing le Presidential Te rm. Amy Deva Armstrong Then Manning bro ke loose aga in C Abbott. preside n t of the Schoo l i The foll owmg a re t he lectures: I Tne World Co urt. Beth Marjorie Arnold a nd kept the crowd on the ed ges f~r the B it nd , at N e bras ka C ity, l March 1 • New Lines of Progr ess, i Bok Peace P lan. Aunt Ma r c h Yola Lamb uf t hei r sea t s . The stands w~nt j and Rev. E M. Stee n, of Au - 1Professor A. Cr ago.. I Ne w Labor Gove r nm.ent of Eng · j Mr. Laur e nce Fern Waltz mad when th e whi s tl e ble w e n d Jn g b M J a m es Conway a cted : Ma rch 19 • Ed ucatwn as a Wor ld ! land 1Loui se Helen S t uckenhol t z • 1 u r n. r. , . w R p 1 • th~ game and giving Peru t hel r a s c hairman. ! P r o ble m, P resident · · ate. Proposed Compensa tion for Ex· Professor Bhaer Amy Kite 1 t hirty -second v i c tor Y by a s core of T he negat i ve won by a t wo to March 6• The Stranger at Ou r Service Men. Joh n Brooks Esth e r Keefer ~7 to 20. one vote. ., Gates, . Prof~sor A B. Cla y burn. The E nfor ce me nt of t he 18 t h Hannah Kathryn J oiner It cannot b e said that any one of 1 Aprtl, Behtnd th e Range, Profes· Amendme nt. Bessides these a r e the stage Coach Par m e nter use d eig h t men to t ry to turn the tide of the s i x contestants was the ou t· / sor G .. W. Brown . . Child Labor Laws in t he U. S. man ager , Ji'ull er Wood ie ass isted 9 Gove rnment Aid for t he Farme r . by Ha r old Br own , prope r ty manavictory. E ach man did good wor~. standi ng de b a t er. Th e t ea ms we r e j Cl Apr~ . ~ Bok P eace Pla n, Mt :>S · m e n to wm 1 f h a ra mne . ,., t I M d desl·gne r oach (?,raf u sed SIX so evenly m a t c hed that rom t e !, The music for th ese meetin gs is ger vrys a eyer, a n , ave No music cente r is without it. f h h J d g 1 time Miss Robinso n introdued the 1fu rni shed by Professor V. H . JinE sthe r Delzell, all o w om e pe the ga.me. Every Bo b ca t his best. I ues tion u nti l Mr. Co n way d eliver- dra. Professor Jindra is foaterin~ What? t o make the play such a success. I ~d the verdict of the j udges t he s uperior mus ic fo r these meetings . A Band Stand ! ! ! (Continued on l ast page) ICt11 ntin ue d o n last page) I

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F i tch's Dandruff R e mover - - - - - - - - - - - · -- - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- - God, after t he flowe ring of evol u ti onary processes ex t e nd ing over tt S hampoo 1 Entere d at t he Postoffice at Peru, Nebr aska as second -c ass rna er. a mi llion years, into th e most godli ke qualites and po we rs , b e conte nt Publi shed W eekly by the Peru State T each ers College to snuff th e m out in an instan t'! It Si ngle copy 5 cts . is un t hinka bl e! Besid e, the re is an $ 1. 00 per year. ~--------------undo ubted immortality of ma t ter , If you do not receive yo ur Pedagogia n leave notice in th e Pedago- of e ner gy, and eve n of l i ving tisgian box in t he Admini stratio n bu ild ing. sues. lf so, why no t for pe rso nEd itor a lity, s piritua l e ntiti es and spi ri tbring GEO. R. WILLY Mark t he m with p h oto graphs. to Bus iness Manager ual and intellect ua l fo rces? This · ftPr years. DAVID COSTELLO back happy me m o ries In a _ Campus 1is q ui te in accordance wi t h a ri g ht EMELIA NOVOTNY Campus und e rstndings of evoluti on. Le t Us H e I P Y 0 u MARI(JN MARSH Fina lly sci ence has been of inOrgani zations CRYSTAL MEYER Organizations es timable ser vice to '' pure r eli MYRL E MRICK Per so nals Igi on " i n th e laws of health, sa ni l{UTH SANDELL Pe r sonals tation and in th e correction of H ELY N HU MBERT s·;,.., Classes social evil like drunke nnesss Wh o MILDRED PATE Classes kill ed J ohn Barl eycorn '! Sc ie nt ific -= GRACE METTZ Ci rcu la ti on ins truc t ion in t he effects of a lco DOROTHY WADE ·n Special Re por ters : L uc.v Armstr ong, E•. Ly le Laughll , Bern ice holic dr inks nn t he hod y in t.he publi c schools. Have a ll these Lewis , H e le n Jon es, J o hn Shuste r. Ice Ca· ~atu d iscove r ies and a pp l icati ons and Candy g if ts of science bee n of no bearing Sa n d w h.: h e s SCIENCE AND RELIGION . on· re l i g i o n~ It i ~; prepos te rous! A A stude nt's l ife is a time of adjusrne nts. He is contsa nt ly meeti n g pa~tor r ecent ly said t hat i t woul d with n e w adjustment;; f acts an d t heo ri es,a nd h e is fo r tuna te if he d oes be th e pa r t o f th e future f or re li · not Jose his moorin gs and if he escaJ,Je shipwre ck of beli ef and faith . g ion tn poin t out t he soci al proTo e s tud e n t if wi sely direc ted will n ot be in se n o us pe r i l. Tnere are gram . and o f sci e nce to make the two i"reat fo rces a t th e basis of ci v il ization , th e eth ics of the Sermon pr og ram possible. S tati sti cs are For Me n a nd Wo m e n Fro m $ 1.35 t o 3. ~5 a pair. on t he Mo unt, an d the mas te ry of nature by scie nce. "Useless each d ecis1 ve on t he effects of sci ence Phone is No. 52 Give them a ca ll withou t t he oth e r . " The re are thr ee g reat :;choJ I!i of th oug ht r eg a rd- on re li g ious activities. Th e schou ls ing th ese g rea t forces . FirHt that r eli g ion and science are in inev i ta- which used to be th e hotbeds of S tep in a n d loo k t he m ove r . ble confl ict with each o th er. The protag in ist of th1 s theor y is W. J. a t hei s m a nd ag nostici sm are now Bryan, backed by the so cal led Fundamentali s ts. It would be ca lami - th e s tr o n~holds of e nl i g ht e ned to us if thi s were so . f or civiliza ti on coul d n ot escape s hi pw rer.k. In Chri stia n it y. The r e li g ions tha t the fir st place, t h ey are confus in g r e iig ion and th eo log y. mi staking have fa iJeri to meet t he needs of Flo w e rs For Al l O~.: ca ~ i ons. opinions f or "pu re religion and und efi led." Enthus ias ts have always ht: marnty a re dead or dy in g . k illed We have a la rg e a ssor t m e nt of bedding plants. For a done thi s , insis ti ng that the wo r ld is fl a t, ins tead of r uu nd , a nd tha t by t h e app li cation of sci e nt i fi c f r ie nd or th e s ic k ro om t he r e is n othi ng nicer the s un, moon an d s tar s revo lve arou nd th e earth. They a r e ma k i ng test. The eth ics of Chri st wer e the sa me old e rror r ega rding th e findin g s of mod e rn sci e nce . The npve r so prevalent a today. Scit han a pan of H yac int h, C inerari a , Begnni a or s econd school thin ks tha t science is ind ifl'e rE!nt to re lig ion, di scoveTJng enc ~ i:; the handmaid of t rue Cycla m en . I t w i ll bP o ur pl easure to please you . truth wh et he r i t fav or s God or devil, a s so me of its di ~ c iplt'S affi r m. r el igion . Thi s is r a t he r a q ueer s ta nd to ta ke in v ie w ot 1he f act th a t J esus "A fi re-mi st an d a plane t , .... Quick servi ce .. .. .. SI MANTON & PE NC E claimed to b e " t he way, th e t ruth an d t he life. " God is the esse nce A c~ ysta l a nd 8 cel l. Sunn ys ide Gr ee n H ou:;e , Phone 95 Falls C i ty, Nebr. of tru t h T h is th eory cl a t m ~ no less a p rot ag ionis t t ha n !-'resi de nt A jelly fi sh and a saur ia n, Fa un ce of Brown U niv e rs ity, as shown by a r ecen t speech. The And caves whe r e ca vemen d we ll; third po is t ion is that "Sci e nce is th e ha ndm a id o f r eli gio n," as Then a se nse of law and beauty. affirm ed ma ny yea rs ag o by J ohn Fi sl\e of Ha1 vard. This positi on is And a f ace turned f r om the cl od wMthy of acce p tanc e by e ve ry sc1 e nti s t and beli e ve r in Chri s t. So me ca ll i t Evolu tion, AV h NU E; S T0RE. The idea of God has been mu lti - is m is well on ts way to extinc t ion . Oth e rs cal l it God!" pl i.ed a thousand f old by th e find- La w a nd orde r a nd a broad teleWinners~~ W. F. H oy t. ings of scie nce. lns t.ead of living o logy ar e as univ er sa l as creati on. S c hool Su pp l ie s an d Stationerv Y. w. C. A in o ne univ e rse , a lone , sci e nce l!.: vo luti on it~~ lf is ind icative of a revea ls t h e unive r se of th e infini te, wid e te leology , accordin g to Dr. A ll of th e colleg e g irls ar e in Fountain pe n s , Automatic pt:ncils as di scove red by th e te lescope a nd Co nk lin of Pri nce ton. The e mb ry - vited to at te nd th e Y. W meeting Rpectr osco pe, infinite i n masses, olog ist wh o ca n watch th e develop- Wedne~a d y e ve ning , March 5. in in for c'!s. in ve loc it le.;, a nd in ment of an eye, or a ny e mbry onic t he hi g" h school assembl y a t 7:15. spaces. The heave ns tr uly d ecla re sys te m, is si n g ul a rly o btuse i f he Thi s wi ll be the in'l ta lla t ion of our the g lor y of God . Tne mic roscope ca nn 'l t see int elli g-ence a nd purpose ne w officers. Come an d g ive the P h ones 73 a n d 78 in t he hand of sc ie ne re veals an- back of t he process. The forma - g irls y nur heart y s u pport in beo the r un i ve rse of th e infi nites imal , tion of tru i! bone by th e g inning th eir ne w work. be low t he reach of the un a 1ded eye. arm.i es of os teoclas ts and os teobla The fac ulty me mbe r s of t heY. This unive rse is n o less wo nd e r - \ s ts I S as purposefu l as the move- W. have co ntributed fr eely to t he fu l and · important than th t: finite me nts of th e worke t'S t hat erected r eb uil cl i ng o f Y. W. p roperty and in fi nite . lt it li e th e issues of the pyramids, 0 • t he Parthe non. whi ch was destroyed i n Japan. li fe a nd d eath, of hea lth and di s- G(•d is imma nent in hi s creation T he cab i ne t me mber !:l wi sh to and J ewelry Rep airing ease . The m as te r y of di sease has' Un li ke a nci ent Baal he is n eithe r thank all of th e fo lks who dona tPd bee n estab lihed in thi s uni ver se of as lee p nor absent on a fa r journey. so wi ll ingl y to this wo r t hy cause. ' W e use on ly Ge11u i ne tuaterial _________ bacte ria, protozoa and protophy ta. Stars and world s a r e in process And there is th e gift of t he uni -1 of c reati on now. Th e omn.ipote nce , i n o u r '' a t c h n:! pai r work The Commercial Contest. ver.,e of t he infinito -infi nitesima l, I omn i presence a nd omn iscence of The Co mme rcia l Co nt est for th E' P ri ces ReasotJable the wo1lrl of the molecule, th e God is as e vident as h is ex istence. h ig h sr.ho ols of District No 2 is to atom, the ion and e lectron, of lig ht Th e di sc, ver y of any fact awake ns be he ld i n Pe r u, March 28 About waves and X-ravs . The mystery of t he q ues t on WHY? t hirty -five st ud ents wi ll b e in a tmatte r and e nergy li e in thi s doScie n ce has d one as mu ch f or our tendance. T he winners from thi s mai n. It i!.' th e unive rse of g igan- idea of ma n as of God . It is TOcontest will e nter the sta re contest tic forces s uch as e lectr ie ity, and di sp utab le th at all r aces of men whi ch w ill be held the last of of incalcul abl e number s. In every belon g to the sam e spec ie, t he Apr i l. Onl y h igh schoo l stude nts di_recti on sci ene has add.Pd a mu lt i- fou ndati on o f any mo_v eme nt toa re perm itted to enter th e dis t ri ct 903 Ce n tn1 l ave. Nebra~ka City, Nebr. pl!e r to our under sta ndin g and ap - ward br o t he rhood. Sc•e ntific co n· co ntest , b ut a t the st ate contes t preciation of nature , ti ll th e com -~ ception of th e ce ll ula r structure of -------~...;._.;~;:~ _-:~._.:_.;__~~;;; pounded resul t su r passes th e t hous- the bo d ~· makes its use as the there w iII be a separate class fo r " _ -co ll ege stud e nts. Peru hopes to a nd fold stated above . God is in- te mp le of t he L iving God more fi ni tely more t hat a p e tty triba l I unde r standabl e. Fis ke was wont e nte r severa l contestants . . You ca n I. ..;;:::, help fi nance t hese contests by a tgod as e ven t he pr i mitive J e ws to say th a t the r e is a g rea ter tending th e movi e Friday ni g ht conceived. differe nce between civi lized ma n at t he College auditorium . The ex is ten ce of God is no more a nd the hi g hest of t he a n t hro poid debata bl e than t he et he r, or lig h t, aoes, t han be twee n th e hi g hest of Girls' Club. or radio waves, or friendship or t he apes a nd a bla de of g ra ss. Thi s All of the g irls of t he ccll ege ar e mother Jove. Pol y th e ism and 1s ud de_n fl ower!ng of consciousness, invited to attend the annua l cos·e as dead a s Tut An- conscien ce. c ha racter ancl per so nalh · pant eJsm ar . i t y in man mea ns a hi g h purpose t ume par ty to be g iven Saturday khamen, k illed by scJence. A th e· in God 's p la ns, a nd i s a strong ni g ht, Marc h 8.

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favorably upon the Phil o pages and adcled that her prese nt su pp ly of j okes from campus h appening~ 1I wa~ ~tt'a d'~~~ growing and that 1 th Ptr ~pec tal arran ge ment was bei ng worked out. Marjorie Arno ld I could no t be pre:;ent but sen t her r epo rt that t he fres hman cl ass panels WP.r e a ll in exce pt the last one which is being r eturned to acco mmodate the late r egistrat ion. i She announced that she and Pau l I j Dunlap had not fail ed a day in 1 kee ping the caland er a nd promi sed j that ~t wo uld be a good one. L ou ise 1H arn s repor ted th e Pedagog ian 1 Page c leV(' rly work ed up and sent in . Pear l Newho usse bes icles I ' kee pi ng a cunstant check u po n all phot og r aphs which go t hru t he . office r eported a :; it uat ion s imil ar j to that of th e F'res hman ~ec ti o n , j regarding th e Sophomore pane ls. 1 She add ed that th e t enni s page be completed Saturday. 1would :Thelma Wells r eported th at theY. II W. .C. A. and Oly mpi c Clu b had the1r r_es pecti ve pages completed and Mdlard Bell promised act 1o n

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------ . . A Gliro se A t Scienc e News . the round ring. The sort of show- played a rousing number. The cats nine Conf erence v1ctones. P h 1 ing that the Bobkitten make at mere s ight of them w i th tn ei r blue Cotner loo k ed like a real team ! The science d epartm e n t . s ows ' · · e nro llme n t t h1s year. arguments they presented showed Lincoln is dependent upon their and white headi'ea r was e nough to after he r 3 1 t o 23 defeat at Hast- an 1ncre ase Jn · · that they had spent so m e cons ider· a bility to guard the other fellow; 1nsp1re our "pep." Then of course in~s. The Bul ld og-s gave es 1eyan , Chem1· s t r y studen ts w or k tn the able time in their prt'paration . for it is altogether certai n t hat the we had our color song . Coach a so und drubbing , Jead illll at the laborato r y at al l h o urs of t he day. Th e word battle drew a big t eam cannot run up a sc ore. Graf then told ua of the games at half 18 to 4 ; And they gave Pe ru · Profe ssor H oyt o f t his d epartme~t crowd . lt proved a particualrly Pattsmouth , 16 Chadron a nd Welseyan. This me an t the battle of the season, )osing 27 has had to mak e a rrangeme nts f or good drawing card f o r the men. I G. FG . Pts. more yells -such as only Coatney , to 20. Midland droppe d a pai r : twice as m a ny students a s we re During the course of the debate Re ba!) f. 2 1 5 can lead . After Dean Delze ll told of hea rt breakin g strugg les. losi ng- ; e xpected to reg-i!' t e r f o r t he che msome of t he interesting points that Chase f. 2 1 5 us the e vents of the week , we j to Doane at Fre mont 1 6 t o 14, and istr y co u rse s . were brought out were : Wasley . 2 0 4 mad e our exit si ngin~ the pep t o Wayn e at Wayne 19 to 17. The Bio logy d e partment s ho ws ~n 1,500. 000 fore{gners cannot Buttery g. 1 0 2 song that the band was playing. increase of fifty-three percent In s peak English. Out of every Hatt g 0 0 0 We were glad to hear the o rch1 number of students o ve r the first 1 1,000.000 foreigners 500, 000 can Hartford g. 0 0 0 estra at chapel again, Wedn esday. seme~ter e nrollme n t . Prof essor not speak Engli sh. Tieman g. 0 0 0 Ann uncements were made con- I H o lch s a ys th e re are tw o d ozen Of 14,000,000 aliens 8 ,0CO,OOO P eru High, 3 cerning th e org anization of the science graduates this yea r t o e ver y 0 1 1 Teacher s ' Placement Bureau , and three scie n c e graduates thr e e years never tried to get. nauralizatlou Ba th f. papers. Vance f . 0 0 0 the Extemporan eous contest which ago. Seventy-two percent of the Peterson f. 0 0 0 is to he he ld he re , Mar c h 25. The The P h y s ics rlepartment unde r children of foreign born pare nts Anville f. 0 0 0 winn er in this contest is t o be ,~'1 Profe ssor H il l h as also had chanare in school while only 65 percent Delzell . b 1 1 Peru 's represe ntative in th e State ~ : ges, tho there has been n o marked

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Adams g. U 1 1 Bogle g. 0 u 0 Heywo od g. 0 0 0 Refe ree, Wei m er. The college grls ' team , popularly known as th e Go ·Getters. gave th e High School girls a mighty battl e a:~ a cu rtain-raiser to the Plattsmouth-Pe ru ga me . In truth, the girls' game was the more excitin g eon test . E ach team had won one start; this was the rubber. The fast moving hi gh sc hoo l sexte t t oo k th e 11ame 26 t o 16. The high school forwards, Selk and Harajian, and the center, Kelly, were

Exte mp or aneous Spea kin!J contes t to be he ld la te r on . Tnen the hi~h shoo! fav or ed ,,s with one of their good pro~rams. This time Mr. Yerkes announEc>d fnur numbers: Vi olin So lo Dori s Rice Vocal Solo Rosa lie Moore Piano Due t Margare t Dahlstro m Gladys Gr ossoe hm e Boys '· Quartet Clifford Roberts Bartle tt Van ce Squ ire Watson Talbert Nelson The program was imme nsely enj oyed; the quartet was encored . Teachers' Plaeement Bureau.

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BE A GOOD CORRESPONDENT wit h the H e acock l'la n an d earn a good income whi le learning; w e sho w you hnw; beR"in actual work at once; all or spare time · Pxoenence unnece. ssa ry·' n o can vassing·, send f o r p ar-' . t •t:ulars. Ne wswnters trainin g Bureau, Buffalo, N . Y.

Peru Wins Conference Title . The fE:.atu re of the week' 1:1 play in the State Conference was Pe ru's Pts. c lose win over Cot ner which gave 3 the Bobcats an undisputed c laim to 6 the State Conference ti tie. The 9 Bobcals have not met defeat this 0 year a nd is the on ly team in the 9 Confere nce t o come thru with a 0 clean slate . Wayne, wbich has a strangl e hold on iecond place, has 15 lost two games. The 27-to-20 0 victory over Cotner gave the Bob-

Peru. 27. G. FG. F. =------1 1 0 Plattsmouth Wins From Peru High Gilkeson f. Frary f. 2 2 3 Fritz Rothert's cagesters took We imer f. 4 1 1 8 game from the Bobkittens on De lze ll g . 0 0 0 Peru's floor on Thursday eve ning . Bitz ie g. 4 4 1 The 16 to ~ count shows that th e Milam g , 0 2 0 game was hard fought. N e ithe r Cotne r, 20 team was able t o hit the hoop con- Manning f. 4 7 3 sistently. Peru, in fact , never Clark f . 0 0 0 picked off a basket from the fie I d. Shuman f. 0 0 0 0 Rothert is still suffering from R. Boga ard c. 2 0 4 0 the loss of Krecj i, the star center. Jull c. 0 0 0 0 fie is ~ow using Wasley at center; Stearns g. 0 1 3 1 the combination was not up to the Kennedy g . g . I) 0 0 0 combination that wo.J from ThurW. Borgaard g. 0 0 2 0 man on Peru' floor last week. The Referee, Elliott. Yerkes team still suffer from its old malady, failure to hit the Chapel Notes. basket. All sea•on the team has Monday's chapel was beg un by had a sensational way of missing clas~ ve'IJs. The P e ru Pep Band

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VOLUME XIX. PERU , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, 1924.

PRESIDENT PATE ON THE N. E. A.

Bobcats Go Through Third Season Undefeated

Prai1es Address of Ravmond B . Fos ... dick at ChicaRo.

NUM BER 21

GIRLS' CLUB HAS ENJOYABLE PARTY Costumes Were Dainty and Attrac ... tive Saturday Night .

At convocation Mo nday mor n i ng Win Conference Title in 1924 On Saturday eve ning, March 8, President · Pate a ddressed the st u _ the girls ' annual eostume party dents, tellin g the m abou t so me o f was held in the kindergarten room the speaker s he heard a t Ch icag o of the training scho0 J. The guests while i n attendance at th e Na t io n were of ma ny and va ried types. al Meeting of Pr i n cipa ls a nd Li tlle Red Riding Hood was there , Super int enden t s . Pres id ent P ate Katinktl, E r in t he Colleen, 1-'ierrot attended t he meeting of Tea c he r s' and Pi erret te. Scotch Paidy, LauCollege Presid e n ts as w e ll a s t he der's chi d lr en, snow s pirits, brides Principal a nsd Su per i nten de nts ' of th e seve nties, and maids of meeting. I n t a lk i ng t o the s tu th e sixties, and even a natove dents he m en tio ned f o u r ou tsta r:d- 1 maid of Ha wa ii . Th e gra nd ing speaker s he hear d at Chicago, mar ch of display t ermin ated in viz.: Jo hn H . Finley, ed itor of t he ( \ th e prese nta tion of th e pr ize to a 1 New Yo rlt T i mes, w ho gave th e Spani sh cava lier and hi s se norita, Washing t on memor ia l a dd r es s bein the pe rsons of E sth er Kimmel fo re t he U ni o n L e ague Club of Chi and Luc ille Meek. cago; J oh n T i mo t hy S tone . th e The at mospher e was di stinctly great fu nd am enta l ist, mm 1ster l r i!'; h w ith ::;ham r ocks g r owing at of the Fou r t h P re~byt er ia n C hur ch , r ando m in all nooks a nd crannies Chicago , lllino is; Pres ident W. Even t he ente r tainment spoke of H. Fau nce of Brown U niv en s Ly, St. Pa t r ick himself . And when Providence, Rhode Is la nd, wh o ecah Iadd i e had fo und h is l a ~ s i e gave an add r ess b e fo r e the Chi cathe ga la affa ir was climaxed in go Sunday Even ing Clu b on th e I refr es hments of pinea pple salad, subject, " W hat is A m erica 7" and sandw ithes. a nd hot chocolate. Raymond B . F usd i ck, speci a l a ide MINDEN ELIMINATES to Gene ra l Per s h ing d ur i ng t he PERU PREPS . Wor ld War , w ho u rge d t hat t he Uni ted State s b eco m e a m e m ber Th e Wester ners from Minden of the L ea gu e of N atio ns an d w ho eliminated th e Bobkittens in the I1 Nebras ka State Tournam ent by getin the course of h is a ddr ess pa id a ti ng an t a rl _v IP.ad The Kittens wo nd erful t rib ute t o his fo rm e r ft! ll v icti m i n t hi s peri od to th eir chief, Woodro w W il son . old ma lady, a fail ure to hit the At a meet i ng of the fac ul ty he ld ' basl; et. Th e wester ners led a t th e Mond ay even ing P r esi d ent P ate close o f th e ha lf . 8 to 2. Peter son aga i n made t he t he m e of h is talk I s how ing t he Boqcats wen t to Ka n picked u p Peru' s lo ne co un te r . P e r u Bo bca t::; we n t thru a T he t he Chi cago conv enti on , bu t this ' sas Ci ty to enter t he Nat ion' ! 13 ln the second half Mind en pr otalk dealt w ith s peak er s and ad - thir d u nd e fea ted season i n ·th e Gr . Island Pe ru 20 met ceeded to inc r ease t he lead un t i l To u rnam ent . wher e th ey dresses t hat ha d to d o d irect ly w i th State Confe rence w he n t hey d efea t7 P eru 3 3 Gr. Is land Peru 34 Doane 8 , South wes tern. semi'f1na li s ts in wi t h four m lnllles to p lay th ey led Teacn er s' Co l leg es a nd t he 1r p r o b- e d Co t n~ r 27 to 20 i n t he last gam ! o f th e seaso n . Ba ck i n 1921 th e ; Peru 16 Cotner 13 11923, in thP. fir st r oun d. 18 to 2. Th en Per u fo u nd her self . !ems-. From tt1is v ie w point th e ou t Bo bcats los t t he i r last ga me when 16 Besid es t he na mes of Frar y, Delzell p icked one up from und er stand ing speaker s we re prob abl y ' P er u 17 Wes leya n Doane nosed t he m ou t 16 to 14. : Pen : 2!:1 Doa ne 2::l Gilkew n, Bitzi e, Mi lam . Delzell , th e baske t. Ba t h fo llowed in , too l< Dea n J udd of Chi cago U n ive r s i t y, Back in 19 2 ~ t hey bega n t he ir l i Pe ru 38 Wes leya n 16 a nd Weimer, ce rtain oth er names one off t he backboa rd , a nd co unled . Dean Withers Ne w Y ork U ni1 vi cto r io us m arch w ith an 18 to 11 Pe rll .J : ha ve been k no wn duri ng Peru' ~ An ville ca m ~: dow n ce nter and ver s ity . and Dea n R ussel of Co lu m 17 3 .., · to r·v over M'1d la n d . Chadro n !t hree yea r s .of no -defeats. T hese d r op ped one in f or a t hi r d . Mi n. I v1c bia U ni ver s i ty. 20 1 P eru 27 Cotner d G 2 · h S in ce th a t me moa ble g a me . the I j inc lu e · Toft, 192 ca pta m, coaC'. den was d e~ pe ra te l y d efe nisve wi t h COMMERCIA L CONTEST B b h t t J f t . at Teacher s ' College Hi ~h ; Fritz IJ.t t le success. Ad CJ ms in ter cepted BE HELD AT PERU o cats a ve no m e a c e ea 1n To co ll ege circ les. Th ey ha ve won 1Rothert. l 92 3 captain , coach at a pass and d ri bbled d ow n th e side The Comme rcia l Co ntes t fo r thi·rty- t wo c" n~r~cu t ive college _In 1 ~23 the Bobcats r e pea ted I; P la ttsm~ u th ~. i. g h ; Ro:e ~ ~q u i st, lines and shot P<:ru ' s fi f th basket. Dist ri ct No. 2 is to be held in P eru g a m es, twen ty-f' ig ht of whi ch ha ve 1i w t th t hls reco rd: st ud ent and ass ls tanc, Ag n cu ltu r e Minden ca ll ed t ime out. Per u Fr iday, March 28. T hirty -five · or bee n in t he Ne br a::. ka Confer ence . j Peru 28 Chadron !) i C~I l'e.ge ; _ W il cox : coac~ a t' ~av i d. was mor e t han da nge r ous ; bu t forty hi g h sc hoo l s t ude nts w i ll be Some of th e o uts ta nd ing scores Peru 28 Kea rn ey 9 C l t~ ' Simon , coach at ::)tanton, th ere was onl y one minute left. in attend ance a nd wi ll com pe te in Peru 33 Kea rn ey 0 G . eo rg e Will y, who w i ll g rad uate Anville . ti pped the ball to Delzell in cl ud e t he vi ctori es over Doa ne 26 Wa yne 16 m May; and L eo Fa u nce, who made who pa!'sed t o Bath, w ho passed to shorth a nd, ty pew riting, , pe lt i ng in 1922. t he year Doa ne put Wes- P er u and p enmans hip. T he w i nner s of leya n o u t of the ru nn ing ; th e 33 to' P eru :53 Way ne Jo i the tr ip to th e Ka nsas Cit y tour- Anville com ing d own center. Ant he first fo ur places in each c lass vct or y . o ver th e K earner An te- PEru 36 Cot ner 9 i na ment. vi lle was g ood: for anot her coun ter . 0 will be perm i tted to e nter t he state lopes in 1923 ; and th e 38 t o 16 Pe r u 36 Cotn er 14 / Chief Stew ar;Resigns, Anville tipperl off a ga in . . Ada ms co ntest which wil l be he ld i n victo r y ove r Pe r u' s a or~i e n t ri va l, . Per u 49 Mid land 18 Chi ef S teward Linn has r esig n to ok a s hot and barely missed when Oma ha the last of A p ri l. ::l2 Mi dl and ! ~ ed, his res ig nat ion to tak e .effec t the w.1is tle bl ew. If t he BobkitN e hr a ska Wec:ley an in 1924 . In ' Per u tens co uld have s ta r ted t hat r a ll y ~ ' 43 Ther e a re t hree e lasses i n type- 19 22 and 1924 14 P eru won t he un - Peru Tabor at t he end of s umm er school. The But t hey 1 t 4:5 Dana 7 we ll- know n che f will qpen a bu si- hr ee mi n u t es ear lier ! wr i t ing and t h r ee ~ laSses i_nfi ~ h o_rt-. rl is p uterl s tate t i t le; in 1923 Wes- ' P er u d id not. han d · T he st·ud e n t's c la ss1 cat1o nf Jeya n a lso went t hr u t he season un - it Besides t he college ga mes t he nes of hi s ow n in some large city Minden, 18 Par u Prep . , 12 is de termined by t he fe ngbt~ 0 de f eated a nd cl aim ed a t ie wi t h ; Bobeats have played f our ot her not yet de fi n i tely decided. This Nelson f. Rat h t ime he has s tudi ed the !< U Ject.k Peru H ow ever , t h1 s yea r t h at t1·e 1i g a mes t h is yea r. The Robca t::. is Mr. Lin n's four th year a t th e St umpff f. Peter son Only sutden ts o f h ig h . stchhodol_ tra_n t b us iness was ru i ned w hen t he Bob- ! won fr om th e Nebras ka Legion Mo unt Ve rn on d or mitory, and in Kanffelt ·C. De lze ll are permit ted to e n te r e IS n c · . , , . . co ntest. At t he s ta te con test t here cats sched uled the ~oyo tes a nd Champ10ns , t he Syracuse .LegJO n· tha t per i. d he ha s mad e some very Arent ~wil l be a sp~c i al cla<!s for stud ents too k th em to t wo beat i ng s . ; na i r es, 24 to 18. They rUi ned t he close f r! e nd s. He will be missed Ada ms Abde i g. I n 1922 th e Bobcats mad e t he : Oma ha Athle t ic Clu b 43 to l ~. a t the dormitor y, but t he Hto dents Bogle of college rank . We hope to be we ll in hi s busi ness. Substi t ut ion8: Va nce for Bath, wis h him represented at O m a ha by bot h f o ll owing record: ' T hey to ok a good g ame f rom Mr. Lin n ca me to Per u i n t he ; Anv ill e for Bog le. coll ege and h igh schoo l s tud ents. 1 9 to 20, and 18 h..ea r ney 15 Hard y' s A ll -Sta r s 2 The first commer c ia l contest was Peru su mmer of 19:::!0. He had been 1 Goals: Bat h 1, Pete_rson 1, Del21 Kea rn ey 17 ! Ha rdy has been w in ning ga mes i n held i n Ne braska two yea rs ago. P e r u i n t he r esta urant bus iness i n Mi n- zell l, Ad a ms 1, An vll le 2; Ne lAt that tim e a more compl e te Per u 27 Cotner 11 Neb ra ska a nd Ka nsas. An d they nesota befo r e coming to Peru. He son 3 , Kantfelt 2, St umpff 3. orga nization w~ " perfected . The Pe ru 38 Cot ner 18 gave H il lyard s of S t. Josep h a F ree t hrows : Kanffe lt 2. 27 Doane 18 sca re by hold i ng t he ru nn er s-u p had oper a ted ea t i ng houses in S t . state was divirl ~ d i n to clil'lt rct s co n- P eru Ref er ee , Black. for ming to th e di stricts previ ou sDoane 12 . of of th e Na ti onal Amate ur To u r - Pau l and o t her Mi nnesota towns. 23 ly fo r med by the S tate Teac hers' Per u Since co m ing t o Per u he has esta bThe Tri ple M Club ser ved a Association f or the i r d istrict mee t- ! P eru 19 Mi dla nd 13 na ment to a 29 t o 26 scor e And i DR'. Since Distri ct No. Z in clud ed Per u 18 Mid la nd 17 H ill yard s proceeded to beat Ka nsas lished himse lf with t he stud ents benefit hilnch f or the P Cl u b so many hi g h schoo ls, it was d ivid- · Peru 3 ~York 13 Ci ty At hlet ic Cll; b, twice na tio na l Hi s many fri ends wi ll be g lad to swea ter f un d Wed nesday of last ed last year a nd the co unt ies in th e Pe r u 26 Tabor 9 c ha mps, by a score of 33 to 9. hear of hi s bus iness success wher - week. The club clear ed a bout t welve doll ar s. northeastern part of t hi s di str ict Ta bor z2 As a consq eue nce of the Hi ll yar d ever he decides to loca te. 33 are now known as Di s trict N o. 7. Per u

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lf you do not r€ceive your Pedagogian leave noti ce in the Pedagogi an box in the Administration building. _ _ Ed itor GEO. R. WILLY B usi ness Manager DAVID COSTELLO _ Ca m pua EMELIA NOVOTNY Ca mpus MARION MARSH Or gan izations CRYSTAL MEYER Or g ani zat ions MYRL EMRICK Personals l{UTH SAN D ELL Pe r sona ls HELYN HUMB8R1' Classes MILDRED PATE Classes _ G RA:CE M ETTZ _ Circulati on DOROTHY Wt}DE Laughlin, Bern ice Special R e porte r s : Lucy Arm strong, E . L yle Lewis, He le n Jones, J uh n Shust e r.

broadening values of associati ons a nd conve ntions. Chapel was opened F riday by si ngin g Amer ica. Then presiden t Pate intr oduced Dr. S t onecyph er, the spea ke r of the morning. In his usua l p leasing manner he talked on "The Lt fe a nd Qualificati ons of a Doctor." He showed how th e love of science influenced d octors to do the ir best work, and why stud en ts must take a g r eat am ount of work along this li ne befo r e th ey can b ecome doctor s. This week we have mi ssed being

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ushered in and out by the nrchestra. Chapel does not seem complete without th e o r e best ra. This is probably the cause for the d ec r ease in attendance su we hope they WI !I be able to be back in their places nex.:_ week ._

-.&JJY~ u u se eighteen m usc les w~en vou frow n ; f our m a ke a sm1le ;.Ost e u pthy helps you to r est y o ur face " Dr. E. R. Reynolds, Auburn, · Per u twice each . week. N e b r . , 10 Phone o r write f or appomtme nt.

The Milestones of Life Mark t hem w i th pho tograph s, to b ri ng back happy m e m ori es i n afte r years .

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Candy M r. Cley bur n conduct ed a deSand wiche ~ montsrat ion B ib le st url_v at the PASSING THE BUCK. la •t Y. meeting. The re was a It i s needl ess t o expla in the etymological ancestry of the phrase, good attendance at the mee ting . • buck p asse rs .' ' notwithst a nding th e fact that, as In com mon p arla n ce it h a~ come to mea n a ny per son who sh ifts to Mr. Claybu rn said. t he word s th e s hou ld ers of othe rs a respon sibility whi ch na tu r ally or properly "Bible s turl y " carry u nwelcome res ts upon hi s ow n . Note that th e phrase app li es to one who t hu s For Me n and Wom e n From $ 1. 35 t o 3. ~5 a pa ir. con no tati ons for th e average stu evades hi s ow n natura l or p roper res ponsibilit y . It has no correct P h on e is N o. 52 dent. He sho wed that the r eason G ive t hem a cal i applicati on to one who s imply declines t he ass um pt ion of an oblii'ation for thi s attitude of th e ~ tud e nt hat he is under no duty to assume. StP. O in a nd l ook t he m over. · d h · .. h A . t owarrl th e term ha d grown up as .. . So me sa tirist I1as cntn e t e exp ress iO n, t e grea t men can a rt •. Th . · . d' b . a re~ u 1t of t he many act l vJ tl t> 8 of passing th e b uc k . · 1s ts too general a n m tc tm e n t to e g tven ·f · b · . d ffi. ' classed unde ful l aoprovai. But t h e art, 1 tt e one, ts prac t tce to a su c1 ent . h B r. thi.~ headi ng ' in . . . . wh1c the 1ble ts se ldom used ex te nt to JUSt ify co ns1d erau on and com me n t. . . flow er s For All Oc~;.; H ~ions . and nobndy ~ ~ ud1es. In B•bl e Parents up on whom there r ests' institution, he do es so vo luntari ly study stu dents s houlri work out We ha ve a large a ssor tm e nt of b ed din g pla nts. Fo r a he natural obli~ation, divinely and without co m pu ls ion. He at togethe r , t. he way of li fe which friend or th e s ick r oo m th e r e i s n o thin g nicer mposed, to r ea r th e ir offspri _ngjl once beomes _an i_n tegr a l un i_t of th~ t Je~us taug-ht. th a n a pan of H y acinth, C in e raria. Begoni a or an u to g u ide and closely supervi se ~treat org amzat10n And t mmerltThe s tude nt re ~po nse. Mr. Cla yCyc la men . It will b e our plea s ure to ple ase you . th e ir training and ed u cation, who latel y there rests upon him, by h is bur n repre•ented in terms of turn thP.i r c11ildren over to t he own vo li tion, a s hare of the r espon- three conce ntric circles. The ... Quick se r vice . .... . school authoritit>s ancl to S unday lsibility fo r a ll t hat th e school does ~ malles t r e presfnt s th e stud e nt~> SIMA~TO N & P ENCE school teac hers. and give li ttle or or fail :> to do, and particularly fo r enr ollerl in some so rt of Bi b le Sunnys ide Gr ee n H ouse. P hone 95 no furt ne r attfnti on t o this im- a ll hi ~ ow n sc hool d oes. or fails In the Falls C ity, Neb r : stud y. next circle are t he ~--~--~--~--~.. .m.. . . .~-----=.a~ aa~.-a.aam.. .- .. : to do. That share of res ponis bili t" d Porta nt n,att.e r ·u-· re ou ck passe r s. J stu e nts mter es ted 10 " life at 1ts C i tizen~. upon whom th ere r ests is propor t i oned to hi s abi li t y a nd best" and might easil y be reached th e na tura l ctur.y t o play an intel li- hi s oppo rtun it ies to m a ke h i mself if effo rts we re made to do so . The AVE;NlJ.E; ST0RE; g e nt part in th e ~e l ect JOn of publ ic fel r. as an influence in that organi- outer circle repre::e n ts th ose withofficials a nd to exe rt a whol t:>so me zati on . And if he fai ls prooerly out in t e res t, but so me of whom Confe l:tionery. Ca kes , in fl u e nce up o_n . th e admi n is tr a tion 1to emp~oy ~hat abi li ty. if he fails mig ht be reached . F ruit of publi c a fl'a trs. wh e ther local , to ava tl hlm!"elf o f those opporMr . Clay burn also Jed a short 1 and l u nch goods s ta te or natiJn a l. who n eg lec t that t unit 1es to ex ert t hat in fiucnce for di scussion t o de mon strate the two duty anrl p er mit th ose ma tte r s l O th e go od of hi s sch ool, he i s s hift- method s o f Bible study : th e book be co ntro ll ed by ot he r . fr e uq e ntl y ing hi s res ponsi bi l ity to the s hou lappr oach and th e pr oble m me th od . by th ose wi1 o ar e a c t ua t ed by se lfi - de rs of oth e rs He is pass ing the All t he s tud ents took part a nd ~~houl Suppli es and Sta ti one r~· i ~h inter ests, are buck pa8sers . buck . showed a lively inter est in the Men and wo me n of t he pr i vilegIt is n ot int e nd ed by t his to sug - di scuss ion . ed class, o f a ssured s tatio n a nd ges t th at eve r y m ember of our Pho n es 73 a nd 78 comfortabl e resourc e~. upon wh o!>e school must, or should , busy himSophomores Shou ld ers t he r e!'pons ibi ll ty i s la i d , self with a ll the school ' s ac tiviti es. Curi osity or "fig ht to th e fini sh" b y th eir ver y pri v i leges. to di splay Th a t is ne ither r equ is ite nor de- brought a ll membe r s out to the a human , persona l inte r e!'t in th e sira~le. There a r e u s ua ll y chosen r egu la r class mee ting Thu r sday at well-bein g of th e un pr i vileg ed and official s or desig nated in rlividuals the u sua l time. T he main topic l e~s fortunat e, who evade that who ar e c ha1ged with specific re- of dicussion was ' 'Pins." Bot h respon sibi lity and shirk _from t he spon sib il it y a:; to these. But it is sid es werP. t her e in full f or ce . E xpert W a tch and J e w e lr .}' Repairing cont acts which it in volves, are d eem ed a ppropr iate t o urge upon Thanks to Mr. Holch a p la n was buck passer s. each me mbe r th e conside ration of adopted wh ich wi ll be fa ir to all. , W e u~ e on1 }' G e uuin e material The li st might be ind efinite ly the impor tant fact th at , because Thi s plan will endeavo r to bring e x te nd ed, but from th ese f e w il lus- of h is me mbersh ip. he owes a duty t he class into a closer union t ha n in o ur watch re p a i r w ork trati ons it wi ll be obse rved t ha t to exe rt himself as he appropriate- eve r bef ore. th e p hra se i s not a complime ntar y ly may. to the e nd that the orga niT he boys had a meeti ne aft er Price s Reasonable on e. Eve n so. le t u s give it a zat ion of wh ich he i s a cons titu e nt t he reg u lar class meeting . It d efin ite app lica ti on withi n our pan should fulfill it~ hi g h mi ss ion. sure ly was myst eri ous, f or no one schoo l see med to be abl e to fi nd out jus t Adapted by Editor. Wh en a man joins an educational what t he y did . We did. hear some rumors h owever of a n important CHAPEL ated from Omaha Centra l High, event about to happe n. We a re a iways g lad to ha ve th e ' 22, and las t vear was a tud e nt of 903 Cehtntl C ity, Nebr. Peru A lumni Associa tion . alumni s tud e nts back in Peru. the dramati c d e pa rtment in th e In honor of Pres id e n t W. R. Monday A lyce Humbe rt, a stud ent U n ive rss ity of N e braska. Miss Pa te, Friady e vening , Ma rch 14th, of th e summ er of ' 22, e nte rtained Humbert ex pec ts t o fini sh i n E m1924 . P lace, Grand H ot el, Linat ch a pel with thr'e e read ings as e rson College, Bos t on. co!n, Ne braska. The hour, r ece pfoll ows, "Madame Butte rfly," Wednesday a t cha pe l , Miss Tear, ti on, five o'clocl<, dinn er, six "When the Train Comes in," who atte nd ed the Natoinal Edu o'clock. Alumn i, fri e nds a nd and '_' A Coquette Conq u er ed . '' cat ion Associati on at Ch icago, forme r s tud ents i nvited . P la tes, The college stud e nts we r e very gave a r e vi ew of th e work done 75 cen t s eac h, ma y be r eser ved much impressed by her g racefu l by t he associa tion. She m entionby writin ll' W. N . Delze ll , Secrea nd inte res ting mann er of presen- ed the differ ent de partments that t ary, Grand Hotel, Lincoln, Netation. S he won t he d eclamatory mee t t he r e to d iseuse th e ir prob- braska . contest at Centra l Hi g h wi th le ms a nd pointed out to t he " to Pe r u A ll umni Associ a ti on , " Madam Butte rfly ." She gradu- be-teac hers" the advanta ges a nd W. G. Brooks, Preside nt.

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High School Night. quist and the members of the new Miss Ebersole Loses Her Mother. March 14 has been set aside for cabinet. The new members then Miss E oersole hurri ed to th e Hi g h Schoo l Nite. a who le evening ma rched upon t.h e platform a nd b eds ide of her moth e r late last of joy and pl easur e for everyone, I r eceived thi er 0 ffi ces f r o m the week . The mother had been in put o n by the Peru High Schoo l in retiring cabinet. The meeting the hos pi t a l fo r some time s uffer1 d b th e traine r s ' bu i lding. The pur- ~Nas c ose Y a pra yer f rom th e in g fr o m hea rt trouble. Mi ss

e Beginning o t Ruskin . J ust be f ore we went to press ": I About p eople were com 1ng 1886 received wor d that Peru lost 10 j d in large nu m bers . Many the Natio na l Tou rn ament by a wes~~ari n N ucko l Is co u nty and '.) I sett e h e H Ma ny h o m e -seekE>rs score o f 29 to 2 ;,, budlt d n~ t he Little Blue River Wi n fi e ld, Kansas , Won. setdt e ayu a lo ng S p ring Cre e k . It an man 1 T eachers' Placement. was a dis t ance of about t we ve

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Nebrask a Ci ty an.d ~eatnce f or best vaude vill e "h i t s " hav e been ol a s ;. . ser v ~ce, .A lice Lind gr~m ; sole . left fou r ot her chtldren. all The former go es to Sutton to groceries to stoc k It With. The sched ule d by th e different c lasses publici ty, l'ranc1s Eskew; .soc1a l, boys. Ooe of t he boys, th e e ldes 1, teach manual training- and scienc e ..• place wa s snon cal led a t o w n .. :The and o rgani zat i0ns , and th e slogan Ed na Hal l; U . R.. Ethe l Lmdah l ; is wo r kin g · a no th e r th e young - H . t k h of th e Po n y expres s sto p ped at Hem .etta . H C e WI11 a 1so a e c arge I I Ab o u t 1896 the Rock in ' 'satisfacti on gua ranteed or your worl d f e II owsh1p , aze l ar lso n; e st, an ei ght year o lrl iad , is i n athl '-' tl·cs. Th 1 tt · t b hi gh regu a r y. b . .. e a e r 1s o e I r u1 1t a 1 oa d c·o mpany mon ey back." progr am, Viva Marsha ll . t he grades . The other two boys school pri ncipal at E nd icott. ~;~c~c1 half ·m i le n orth and If you want t o see so me good Trainio-Sch~~l Notes . a r e stude n ts in Lincoln Hi g h ' . twe lve west of Henriet t a. The ''h it s " come to th e Minstrel Show .g. School a nd Nebr a ska Wesleyan. 1 funwr Class.. . Henrietta ~t ore and the school. hou~e Mr. Th a rllus Becker, ~ f or.me r Th e students and facul t y offer : The Junior c lass wJll h o ld 1ts was t hen mo ved up t o the ra ll road. and t h e Music S hop. You can 't on Th u rsd a y, A f arme r by the name of J ohn m1 ss seeing these ' 'o f' darkies " student of th e Norma l, has arnved the ir sy mpath ies to M is Ebe rso le. r egu la r meet ing 1 ' · c h 'ld · · . and li st e ning t o ' th e ir sout hern f rom Id a h o t o pu t h IS I ren m March 13 at convoca tiOn t l. me. t r o bl em o wne d a ll of the laod , h 00 1 T h h 1·1d L ·11 Dramatic C lub · t h e and a g ood house. He was me lodi es If you ' ve never been to :;C · e c ren a r r, UC I e There a r e three impo rtant busi n e~s er. · · h t · h f' · M · · fi f h On T hursday Mar c h 18 at 8 ·OO the fir ~t res1dent JD t e own t ht- "Jan' ob I!Ot t on, " c ome and 1n t e 1rs t, a non 10 the 1 t . · . '. · matter to be discuserl a t t hi s m eet·1 d c o mpan y th o ug ht p. m .. m the ne w at.:d1tonum . the The ra1 r oa . , . I ing. Every one come, plea se it much wiser to call the place find out what fu n r eally is. And a n rl V ivian in t he seve nth . Reginald Vance of Wyom in "'no has Dramatic Cl ub s·1gnt!d b y the p r es1'd ent . R us Ion . t he Mus ic Shop-you' ll sure ly wan t . . will p. r esent their a ft er J o hn Ruskin • than co me to Pe r u to g o t o schon J. He b ig produc t i on uf the year. H en r ietta, and the nam e was t o he a r ou r great arti Rt; r eally, entered t he e ig hth grade. "Grumpy." The P.lay , by H orace Crvsta l T heatr e. . changerl t o Rus ki n . thPy 're a s good a Ga lli Curci and F 'rl d S t d Mr. S t r o blem s tarte d a hote l and H odges and T. W i,5ney Pe r cyva l. McCormick. alm t·st. They wil l The seve nth ~ rade pupils h a d · Thursday, ' rl ay a n a ur a y · f h b 'ld i s o ne e f th e fin est of t he Samuel· . ' a livery barn . A e w ot er Ul · s ing the o ld e st a nd newest songs, a partv Tuesday from (1 to 8. They F . 13 , 14 ann 15 , Harold Ll oyd In ings we r e put u p a nd soon the re nc h product1o os . . · . and give yo u a tru e co ncert. See were dressed t o r e pr esent the . . Safety Last; 7 r eel co medy : ad- pra iri e was ber ng change d to for you r self rh e a r 1i s ts of Peru . funny paper cha r acter s . The t eac h · Fo ll o wJOg IS t he cast: missi on 10 and ;) U ce nts Mo nday . f ar m s . As the y ea r s passed many 1 Mr. A ndrew Bul li vant (G r umpy) ... e nces and busi· And say , have yo u ever wi shPd e rs we re e nre r t a10d a nd all enJoyed an d Tuesday . 17 ;.~nd 18. R1c ha r d peop 1e b Ul'lt re"'i · 11 : the two ho urs of j olly fun. Clarence Gra nd y . Talmadge in "Wildcat Jordan," n ess hous~s. I t was a t i me of work that yo u cou ld kn o w what was t o Mr. Ernes t Her on M il lard Bell . . .. . a nd happmeFs. Do ri R Rice spent the week end happen to you in later life, a.nd With Epr sode No. J , The Timbe r ·~ W rrhin t he nex t ten y ears Ruskin Ru "dock u Ceci l Co a tne v w onde r ed abou t yo ur mar r iage '? in Lincoln . Whil e t he re she had Quee n .', Wednesday and T h ur::;- was ver y p r m: pero us and it loo ked Mr J a rvis H a rla nd Tay:o r day , 19 and 20, t he bPloved Ameri - as i f Ruskin w o u ld s o m e day he a If you have, co me a nd have you r the guod f ortune t o atte nd bo th the 1. F · K d can act ress, Laurette Ta ylor. in c it y. Th e town was. the~ a mile in fon une told b y one of t he gr ea test , conce r t oy •ntz r e isler a n state Mr. Val e nt ine Wol f e Cla rence T ho mpson .. Peg 0 , My H ea r t, , with a Stan length ~nd one ha lf 10 w1dth . . seer s o f th e wor ld. Fo llo w y our · t11u rn ament.. Clarence Hawxby Rus km now has 1t s beaut ifu l b oot h •i Rosa 1ee Moo re acco mpa m. e d h e r ' Dr. Macla ren . f r iends to t h P f o r tune te I I 10g Fuller Woodi e La ure ( comedy. ''The P est " Fri lc:~rge sc h ool b ui lding- . e le ct ri c and do n ' t mi ss this chance of you r ' mo ther t o· Ka nsa s Ci ty last week. K ebe l day and Satur day, 2 ! and 22, ~ ·T ne ligh t s . many bu siness h o uses. etc· Arlene R i tc hi e · I Mr. Ye r kes has been co nfin ed to Me rri riew l1fe ume. Little Church arou nd the Co r· · .Jolin Stroblem is !' t ill living i n Da wsn n 1 . Orner S pt>rry nPr ," wirh Claire Wi nd sor. 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High School Chorus . The h igh school cho r us und e r the dir ectio n of Miss Blankenshi p is ma~t.,. rin g srvP ral new pieces f:Jr pub l ~ ic prud uction. F r om th e chorus g r ou p was chose n the male qua r te t. that appea r ed in chapel r ecen tly. The b oys r eceiverl much ap plause. Fro m the chorus group

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Th e D : = ic C lub play di- ' rected by i\Trs s l\lary Jane P laehn was 1 staged in the 1'\e w Aud itorium, March JS . bPfore t he larges t a udience that gp w 1 pet hns yet fill ed the n e w building. The Peru - - - ----- _ 9 9 0 1000 Dramatic Cl u b playe rs staged Wayne ----- _13 11 2 846 "Gr~m py" a nd they did it with p r oTlaslings ----· 13 9 4 692 fessronal tone that will not be easy Wesleyan ---· _ 9 6 ::1 667 to equa l among a m ateur s. T he lea dKea m ey ---- --13 7 6 538 ing roles and the s upporting roles C'otn e r ________Hi 8 8 500 :'11 idlnn cl - ---- _14 6 8 444 were well acted; there was not a no1iceably weak actor in this modern ltl Cll ARD :i\IADDEN. Omaha _______to 4 6 400 elrama. Yorlc -------- _ 8 3 5 375 1 The titl e <'ha ract 'G ·- ;)onne ------- 14 5 9 357 It was Richard Madden '23 w ho e r ' .r·umpy" was ·111 t p t d C Chadron __ ____ 11 3 8 273 1)y cr re e l are nce Gran dy. man aged the Ches ter team to vic· top · G. I s la lHI _____ 14 :;• 11 21-1 c:.ran d~· was to "Grumpy" what Ba- 1in t he las t Nebraska S tate Tourna-• t 0 "L' Centra l ______ 3 0 3 000 · t·on was Ig h t nin' " a nd what m ent. Th e Ch ester boys had a hard Oli Sk · • s • ·mne r was to "Mis ter An t oni o." tuss le t o reach the fin a ls , a nd they "Grumpy.' ' a cantanlcerous old gentl e - proved e qua l to their t:tsk. Ri c hard t . Our id ea o[ the Ali-Stnte team inman, :ve very sh r ewd a nd mos t l ov- Madden i s f r om Pawnee City. H ·tlllc was the play Tl t 1 • e eludes Gil l<esou, F r a r y, We imer , Bit' c • le r eatm e nt of I ed rted last year 's Peruvian. Madden zie, a nd Mila m with Mark Delzell for the servants. the love a nd re lucta n tly belongs to t he "P" Cl ut•. ha ving pla y- s ubs t itnto. Th e team s howed its s uqua rre. ls ome . a ffe•ction fo r Miss v I· I ·- I ed 1M· If'b·a c 1-, on - t he Bol;eat [ootba · . . ll perio t i ty in Lh e game ; 110 bette r !l'tllHl ancl Mr . Ernest. the s hrewd in - 1 tcaJ•I in 1922 · t· . tl b .. · I team could te JllCketl. 1-Jowever we 1 ·es rgattlron ct ·lat e can-ied on to r e rr otJ·ce·'u tJJ·,rt t il!'- five t·e"'lll. ·l r·s ...~ 1 1' t·c.., t·ol•er 10 mmo nd-the con s ummate 1 (;(YES J> L\::XO ltE l' l'l'AJ, ' t·e .Yed J1laces on the Al l- St a te with 1 wuy in whi c h al l these were do.n e 1t 1l1e 1 c:!nter u nd guards ranking ti r st in placed :llr. Grandy with the best of • their r esp ective position s . Gilkeson amateurs in the rol e of the grand~ ..- · ~' n lllt.ust_ra ll y inter esting pian_o r_·c- was Pe ru's hig hpoint man; Frary father. Eve ry t ime :\I r. Grandy l e ft o.: J1a 1 wa s g iV en before an apprecra trve . • ccverecl the floo r ; Wei me r was wi ththe s tage be r ece ived a han d from th e a:H1JCnce, in the col lege auditorium, out a peer in tbe Con fer e nce· and audi enc·e. A d ozen c urtain ca ll s 1 S'a t urcI ay ev ening, Mar ch 15. • sho w us t wo g uards lik e Bi tz ie a nd 1 _ p e r fo rme r, i\1i ss Mar y McVay. .' lr' latll. migh t ha ve s ho w n the audience's a J)- , . 1 'le ( .• preciation of the acting in t he titl e 1 rs a r cs hman in the College, and a A:;idc [rom ou r own Bobcats we role. m ember of :\!iss Royse's 11iano clnss. , . :\ V h:t\'C seen som e good basketba ll play:llr. Grand y was fo r t unate in ha vr'n g 1 • 1ISS - le ay is recog n ized as a pian - er s in t he Confe r ence t his yea r. Best, ~trong s upporti ng character s. H a r - 1 ist or exceptio na l ability. T he [oiof \':a~· n e . and i\Ianning or Cotne r. 1 land Tay lor as Jarvis, Mr'lla rd Bel l .o wi ng psogra m was prese nted. look J;t,e th e Confe rence's best for-

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N. 10 lo 6 and then l ost to vVahoo 10 to 8. D<'1 2e ll , PrM. A. n. Claybur n, Prof. w . 1 I n Cl a ss D Chadron eliminated Wilf.'. Hoyt, !'ro C. A. E. Holch, and Supt. t·ox·s Dadcl Ci ty quintet 15 to 14 in a 1 L. J. Gil keso n atte nded t he ::'-!e braslm 1 t hr ill ing finish . Don \Vilso n's Ansl c~· 1 Gtate Tea hc r s Association at Lincoln. team defeated Pierce 8 t o 6 but dropPresi de nt Pate, who is a lso pres ident pee1 out of Class E defeated by Yutan of the stale association. J1resided over the wi n ners of the class. Lee Lon g's the meetings . H e will be succeeded Sl' huy lcr tenm e l iminated K enesaw 11 as l\1~·· E t·.nest . Heron, Mildred Pate J . S. Bach Prea mbu le wnnl s. Two other forward s who lool\- within th e n ext thirty days by J. A. l to 6 a nd were e liminated by Nel son . ~s _ M r s~ . ~~~;gJ.nla. atnd Ell_a Teich _as Sonata ed very goocl In t be gam es again st T r ue, of McCook, t he preside nt-elect i In Cla ss F Hal Glasgow 's Craig team usan I( 1e1r par s aumn ably. Mrss H ayd n All Peru II'E>re Gaussman, of Doane ant\ ot the a ss_·oclatlo n. :' •le featccl Hunt· ~, Wecpinp; \Vater team 1 Pat . "G' . " . f . . egro e, as t~nme , a mos t e mmme Adagio Yates. of Chadron. At center, llurl!'res ident Pa te's address on school 4 to 2 a nd then lost to Wisner by t wo type, fi tted her part so e xactly t hat Presto ' but, or We sl eyan and Bo rgaard, o r lrgis latio n wa s re ported in full in the points . Simon 's Stanton team lost to -;he seemed an artis t. There wa s a rotnet·. made t he best s howin g again st L:ncoln pa pers :rnd is wor t hy the , :'llilford by a s ingle point-. E . L. Crai g'~ fi nish, that last touch , abou t he r work 1 :\Iacf<'ayden Rolling Stones th e vi<:torio us Bobcats. Bor ...aarrl c·:~ reful att <>r1 ti o n of a ll pul.Jlic school Hartington team was eliminated in Gminger I ri sh Tun e b ll!at plea~ed the extra-critica l. :11r. ' Jool, ell the best of t he two. At g uard oiiicia ln. Dean De lzell foste r ed the . lhc sem i-finals afle r winning [rom Country Garden s r I · ay rr .and :\1r. Bell took 11a r ts that S er·erlade Cunni n 1; ham, or :llid la nd, and nor- Per u ba nquet. a hanquet attended by f:a ylo n l Toft's Teachers 14 to 6 ancl Zerk owitz were not eas.v. Th e ir s uccess was p r o:Vluzurka ga:tnl. of Cotne r , lool\ecl partic ula r ly ju st two less th::l n th e e n rollment at ~ l i lf,..:·d 10 to 3. 1\:c ll ey's C;tmhricl gc nouoced. And S us an in the person o f I .l . Valse da nge ro us . The p la in tru th of tir e th e ::'-!. S. T. A. An account of the t:w:s ln ·:t to Cathed ral. 1 r·r'te \Vt'tll tile .Je vr s 1' 1 . t e d L cg\!l·ss Te r'cll \\'US a• •avo < nwtte r is that Peru ha d the bes t l:anqn et may haY e been r ead in t he 1 I n ," , I ass ( •' "' ,, t . r~ a u I e )'Jl111lHI :llagic Fi re Mu sic gH a t ·cl ~ an d th e best g ua rd ing team :'\ebraska Sta te .Journal. 1 cr'r; Elm wood quintet, a nd Spencer audi en ce. :\!iss Teich n e ve r did s o w e ll \\'ag n e r-ll m ss in Professor Claybu r n had charge of j l' l imi n;~ tecl J !an son's Stell a quintet. as in the role of S u san ; no, not nea rly Th e c lassi ca l number s of t he first in the Confe r ence . Do:111 e mad e the ~ o we ll befor e. S he ca n be proud of g rou p wer e playe d in a n artistic and Ia : l;est s c r. r·e that was ru n aga inst the the m celings of the department of 1 I n C'l:rss IT Schi efe rdecl, er's Alma her work in the r o le of S u san, m ai d t o f1n isbed man ne r. Th e difficu lt tech- [lobca ts and th e Tige rs did it on th e ~e og rap h y. Professor Hoyt was vi- lea Ill tool\ thC' title from Prokop's "C:r·nmpy." n in1 l passages in th e Haydn Sonata Peru floor. Per u won the game 29 to La lly intcres tccl in the discuss ion con- Tlu ntley tea m l 1 to 9. Aln~a ha d p n •But after a ll a play is no s tronger we r e execute d with a n case that is 23 . C:o1ne r 's B ulldogs were t he only r<>rning hig h school science. He is ,·i on s ly tlefe:!ted Coll ege View 24 to ;t'lowcdl y opposed to th e t wo-year gen - 16, 1-l ic: km :rn 2:: to 4 . and Adams 16 to than it.s seco nd a ry c ha racters. P la ys j sel dom fo und in s o young a pe rformtContinu ecl on last page ) ' Prot! sde ncc ic!C'a. Professo r Holch al- l 0. linn tlcy hnd defeated Wakefie ld l 2 are made a nd u nmad e by !'econdary 1e r. I lP nd tl11• meeting of t he biology sec- 11'1 9. 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I The Extemporaneous speaKing con: (est w ill not be held in the evening as previous ly a r ranged . Th e date is i\la r ch 25, Tuesday afternoon at th e Drama tic Cln h room s. 'rhere is hopetl to l c e nou g h peor>lc left so that Peru can se ud a r es present ative to t he ~late con test. The state contes t has I eo n ch an gecl from Hastings College lo York College, at York , Apr il 25. Th ose e nte red a re as fo llows: :\!Irs . Qu ill er , Zenas Teich , Roscoe \Vright a nd :\Iil lard llell. The questions li sted are: 11ecognition or the Russian Governme n t. Federa l .Rese rve Banking System. America's Poli cy towards Mex ico. Wo r !(ln en's Compensation . Singl e P res idental Term. Th e World Cour t. IJok Peace P la n . New Labor Gove rnm ent of Enghrncl. Proposed Compe nsation for E x -Ser vice Men . Th e En forceme nt or t he 18th Amendme nt. Chil d La hot· Laws in the U . S. C:or emm ent Aid for the Farmers.


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Ste P in a n d b ok t h e m o ver. How did t he id ea ever· get a broad t hat the best s tud ent s in the class do FOJJLOWJJ\'G '1HE PERUVIANS not become the s uccessful men in their professions? I as k, how did that 'f HltO uGH 'fllE 'l'OUR NAlUEN'I' id ea ever get abroad ? It sa vor s of propagand a. Th ere has been no proof 1 (Continued ilrom firs t page ) to es ta blis h the t ru t h of s uch a s tatem ent. In i:act, the eviden ce all t ends t o , Vie w. Gangzeel's Giltner fi ve los t to AV E. NU E; S T 0 RE. ! Ba ?;set. Wakefield put out Copenhavprove the very oppos ite. P rofcs so r Alfr ed Crago has j ust ga thered s ome in teres ting data fr om t he cr 's Exeter tea m. Fruit records of P er u's a lumni. P r ofessor Crago picked twenty men in four fields, I In Clas s I Madden's Chester team Confectionery. C al\ e s, th e t wcnty m en who mi ght be considered mos t s uccess ful in t heir fie lds. The won t he titl e from Str oms burg 7 to 2. and lu ncb goods men In clu de lawye rs, city s uper intendents. specialis ts and educators, an d Cheste r had previously defeat ed Car tbus iness men. F ive men in ea ch class wer e se lected. These t went y men land 6 to 4, Mason's Ba ncr oft t ea m a veraged ninety per ce nt plus while a ttending Pe r u two or more years. The 12 to O, a nd a· forfe it from E mer son. fi ve bus iness men ave ra ged ni nety pe r cent. The five a ttor neys averaged a :'11eentz's " rater loo team look ed like fra ction less than nin ety per cen t. Not a man of th e twenty a veraged less a win ner in thi s class . Th ey wo n School Suppli e s a nd Stationery [r om Firth 19 to 10, fro m Blue H ill tha n 87. This data is gather ed right on the Peru ca mpus. It does not prove any- 18 to 6, a nd los t to Str omsburg 9 to 6 thing about New Yo rk, Massachusetts. or Californ ia . If it proves anyth ing. Poyn te r's Douglas t eam won from it 11roves it a bout t he m en an d women t ha t g rad uate fr om th e Per u State Chamber s 10 to S and dropped to Ca rtP hon es 73 a n d 78 T eachers College. It s u rely is poor food for him who s its feeding on the land 13 t o 10. beli ef that t he 90 per cent s tudent won't make a go out in li fe. I In Clas s L Nelson 's Coms tock t eam Rather extended in ves ti gations have been r epo r ted from at leas t th ree in- lost to Da ws on. Sn yder 's F illey team s ti tutions in thi s country. H a rva rd , Bowdoin a nd Am he r s t have lear ned shu t out Dorches ter 17 to 0, and lost that their best s tud en ts have done the mos t hon or to their ins t itutions. to Valley, the r unner up , 8 to 6. Price List up to April 16 Habits of study, habits of thrift, habits of per ser vera nce, habits of thoroughIn Cla ss M J ohnson dre w a bye and p e r dozen Roses $2 . 00 to $4. 60 ness do not gr ow mu s hroom fa shion. Being bor n aga in in thi s worldly li fe los t to Arnold , runner-up. In Class is not s pontaneous, it is evolut iona r y. If th ere be a mor a l in these s t atistics, N Sen ey's H erman team won fr om Ca rnati on s 1.25 iet the r eader find it. The editor s tates the facts as they have come to his Sprag ue 12 t o 4 a nd los t out to North Sna p Drag on '' 1. 50 desk. ' Lcup which lost the class by on e N arci ssu s 1.50 point. In Cla ss M Speech' s Alvo team iuss ::IJINNE LEC'l'UR ES ON Ishould be used. Thi rd , we sh ould iost to Cr eston i1 to 10 and Cr eston Tulips (Dar wi n a ) 2.00 . 'l'HE BOli: P EACE PL AN 1 assn m e no obligations under the Ver - lost to th e winner s of the class by two we r s fo r a ll o ccas ions F lo S IMANTON & P E NCE raill es Tr eatv excent in cases ra1 if! cd poi nts. Wednes day evening, Ma r ch nine- 1 by Congr ess. Fou r th , the Le?. gue In Class 0 Casler'9 Pana ma quintet S unnysid e G r ee n House . P h o n e 95 F a ll s C i ty, Nebr. tee nth , Miss Minne lectu r ed on the I s hould be 0~1en to a l! n ation s. L dstl y, made a good showing. T he canal Bok P ea ce P lan, a t a joi nt meeting : the developmen t of I n ternationa l Law 1liggers eliminated Table Roc!;: 15 to or the Christian Or ganiza tions. Miss shoul d conti nue. 6 and Su r p ris e 14 to 4. T hey lost to ~I: n n c s pea ks with a uthenticity u pon Miss Minne stated th at "it is ~v i - P hillips, th e winner s of t he class, 8 to lh c s u bj ec t; she mad e a s trong ap- . !'P.nt :1 1! nat ions wan t !lea ce; an d the 4. li!tl: We ca n re build a nd r e n e w t h ree pairs of yo u r comfo rta b le old pert! fer pea ce a nd cooper at ion a mong Uni ted S ta tes has come to r eal ize it In Class P. Ma tiovsk y's McCool lation s. i can not r emain a loof fro m European quintet dropped to Holbrook, which s h !'l e s fur th e pri ce of o ne go o d n e w pair . " F le x i b le The American P ea ce Awa rd ha s : . !f • l J ~ " The Worl d War , ;:HJtlern le·>m even tu a ll y won the class. S o les u s e d o n wo m e n ' s s h o e s . afford ed t he peo pl e a n op por tunity to :11 '· ~ :1 s of co mmunica tion !PH.! tran.:T he P eru Tourney t eam s gave good 1·oicc their opinion concer n in g a ques- pcrtion, and ou r t r ade r elation s prove accoun ts o r t hemselves. D unbar th e Th~ Be~t Sh oe Sh op--W. E. Railsback, Proprietor. li on vita l to t he Am erica n. This in- that we ca n not be ·Dn is ola ted country. wi nner , played sen sationa l ball and fornu!l refer endum ha s tak en the T)1e covenan t of th e League of Nat ions won Class C, takin g a 16 to 15 gam e is·m e ont of po litics. Th e purpose of is not per fec t, bu t why n ot acre!)! it from Crete in a Garris on fi nish an d the pla n as fos tered by Edward W. and buil d from that foundation? "~o a three-extra p eriod game f1·om ' Va Bo k, a writer a nd publish er of P hila- other league is possible an d to wr.nb hoo 11 to 7 fo r t he cup. Syr acuse, delphia "is to promote wor ld peace." the L eague the United States mus t . Talmage an d Auburn dr opped their . E xpert W atc h o n d Jewelry Repa i r ing On the jury ar e : E lihu Root, (cha ir - gravitat e." first ga me s till fighting. man ) , .James Guth r ie Har bord, FldMr. Bok ex!)ect s to cr eate •mhlic 1 Nebra slm City had one of the We u s e o n l y Genuine materia l w3;rd M. House, E llen F itz Pen delton, opi nion by the r efer endum s o t hat s trongest teams in Cla ss B win ning Roscoe Pound, William All en ' Vhite peo ple of a ll classes will t hinlt an d fr om Holdredge 27 to 9 a n d los ing to in ou r wa tc h repair wor k and Br and Whitlock. Th e award talk of peace, to s how why it is uot the cha mps, Beatrice 15 t o 13. P lattsbrough t a bout 22,165 plan s. Th e two im possible ant! t hat the ra nk and file mouth had a s trong Class A outfit P ri ces Reasonable predomin atin g funda mentals found of !)eop le will make peace and wm· wi nning fro m Hastings 10 to 7 an d in all of th ese is : brotherhood of man, meas ures non poli tical. los ing to the champs, Cr eighton P rep. ant! disa r mament. · Doctor Chaster H. ' This sen tence was so aptly quoted Stell a , P er u, H umboldt an d S terling Levermo re won the prize. A r efer - fr cm Goethe, "" 7e are not born t o went out in the fli·st r oun d after en dum was ta ken to find out how the solve th e .:>roblems of th e world, but struggles ; th e Ste1·1ing and Per u coun try s tood . T his r efer endum is not to find ou t wher e a problem begins games we r e close. Cook dropped th e hinding u pon the United States or any a no the lceep within t he limi ts of O lll' fi r st one, bu t Douglas ba ttled every one. I,;ras11. Alt hough m an ba s accom!)!i ~ h inch. T he Class C cha mps took 9 0 3 Centr al ave. Leve r more s uggests t hat the United N: g-r eat things t her e is m uch t.J be Cha mber s to a Hi to 8 defeat an d los t Ne bras k a City, Nebr. Stutes en ter t he Perman ent court of do ne. "Let not hi m who has put his to Cortla nd i 3 to i O. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~....- - - - - -....::..:~:.;:.:.~::.:.~-.! Tnlernationai jus tice, a nd th at we co- hand to th e plow look backward ." I Three t ea ms that s houl d have come - F operate with t he Lea gue of Nations With s o many individuals, rl<:hes to Per u, J ohnson, Ver don, and Otoe without full member s hip at present. 1a nd plea s ures of thi s li fe a re the main did well. Otoe dropped h er fi rst t o T he following r eser vation s a r e pro- end of exis ten ce. Because of thi.s the chumps of the class, Diller . Ver vided for, 1, safe guarding Monroe greed, fear, suspicion, ha te an d war ' don won f rom E lgin 28 t o 8 and fr om Doctrin e. Her e Miss Minne b rought : come. All of thes e ma rk modern civ- 1 Madrid 24 to 15 before Diller elimiout tha t condi tions h ave changed ilization and bring anxiety an d care nated the lads 17 to 5. Johns on lost s ince Washington's ad minis t ration in t heir train. Vve cannot build n ew to Ar n old. ant! we mu st in terpret t he Monroe id eals on old fo unda tions of· hate, Doctr in e differently. Th e s uggestion ava rice, g r eed, fear , s uspicion. Th e H e t h a t w i ll Jove life a nd see to have a Monr oe Do ctrine for th e r emedy is to !JUt th e Golden Rule fir s t world is well tal{en. Second, our co- in both bus in ess a nd poli tics, to put g ood da y s , let hi m re frai n h is operation s hould be without economic I giving befo r e gettin g, s harin g b efore ' t ong u e f rom ev il a nd hi s l ips t ha t a nd m il itar y force, but moral for ce 1 acqu irin g, ser vice a bove sel f and t h ey s pea k n o g u ile . - 1 Pet er 3:10. 1

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ON i'IIE C.AiliPUS. Euni ce Crabtree, dau gh ter of J. W Cra btree a nd instructor i n the Mank ota, Minn. Teachers College has been visiti ng at the Delzell home. Earl Meyer of class 1910 vi sited in Pe r u las t week. H e is a prominent nttom ey in Alliance at present. He was district candidate from the Ame1·icau Legion to the San Francisco Convention. Sam Row ley was r ecently elected superintendent of tho DeWitt High 1 School. His wife, formerly Miss Hi ldega rde Yeck was elected principa l of that school. Ruby Lawrence has been r e-elected a t Salida , Colorado.

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F r es h cut flowers for any occasion such as wedd i ngs birth rlays an d parties. -We g r ow o ur own flowe r s. Greenhouse and s tor e, cor n er G: E. Berthold, Floris t 6th st. & First Corso N1·bra ~ 1;n Cit.v. Nt·br .

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Owing to the Sophomore progr am given Friday in Chapel, t he clas s pr ogJ·am was shortened. \Ve <lid however C>nj oy t he piano solo by Lenore Johns on. A s hort r evi ew of the Sopho mor e cla ss play "The Boome rang," was given. We be lieve that the committee on the class plays has done very well in its selection of the play. All memI en; 11 ill be given a chance soon, to

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Th e regu la r P hil o meeting was held A good number we re ill a ttenda nce and an interes tin g a nd worthwh ile progr am wa s pre!;e nted. · A rew minutes were taken up for some bus in ess a t the beg innin g of tiJe 1 • meeting. J T he rwog ram was in charge of i Loui s e Harr is, and co ns isted of five ! nuJJ. I.Jei'S. Be rn ice Lewis a nrl R ebecj ca Graham en te rt~ in ed us with a pin no !I net which was enjoyed by all. 1 : La ura i\Iackprang th en gave us a very Iin ter es ting biogra phy of our own Nebra s ka author and poet, John Nei1 ha rd t. T h is r eport was very inter ! esli ng and g ives to us a broa der kn owledge of this man, whom we s hou ld all know abou t. T he th ird ' number was a saxophon e solo by ; Lu cill e Meelc A biog r a phy of the late

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Th e Junior s met Tbnrs day to discuss the advis ibili ty oe having a 1Juui or-S enior dinn er in t he ncar f u1 ture. An othe r matter brought up to dis cuss was a Senior !)in. Committees I from t he ,Junior an d S enior class es l ~~·ill meet to dec ide t hes e t wo qu estion s.

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he Arlec well ue !mown author, !'~==============================i I1 Jac wask lhLondon, e gi1· eu tby Ritchie. The fi na l number, las t but not least, was a con t rast to those number s fpreceding it. Some oC our own mem11e;·s, dressed as s mall children entertained us wi th a few of their " rippling i rh ymes", s om e of which were of J mon' t r uth th a n 110etr y. \Ve mus t ; give th em cr edit for their accompl lis hmen ts and will l;;ay some or them do make fi ne look ing children (Especia lly i\Tac k aod Kenton). \Ve believe they s hould represen t us · in t he " P hilo ve rs us Everett P rogrnm ." which is to be g iven later in t he yea r.

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Loyal Pharmacy Successor to F is he r Bros.


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'T'll M a l·y di d appear. Gr oupe A. "GUU.ll i'Y" l'J,AY!-1 l'ULL J~OUSE. is e xtend ed from the high school to ' 1 . k ly 1-a n to m e et h e r Th en he q u1 C Schools that are ncc r edited to the (Continued flrom fir s t page) a ll. Thi s has been the most suc cess. h " h a d upon h e r a r m . 'd 1 a td IS e f "d One of th e lat·gest a nd most e n- North Centra l As sociation of Coll eges ll id not ruin much of a husband when ful High Sc hool Nite_ smce the I ea 1 ~s if he said , " 1 am not a ~a1 , , tltu!jia s ti c meeti n g b eld in liincoln a nd Seconda r y Schools, and s uc h ! sh e wed the doctor, H awxby. The was i nstitu ted, a nd 1ts success has You' ll k e ep m e from ~lkl ;;m · .,, 1 during the State Teachers Association othe r schools as meet the above ton e of vo ice a nd th e actions or Mrs. made ha rd wor k seem a pl easur e. 1 " What mak es t h_ is b oy _11 he "ary so . 1 wa s the P e ru AJumni clinner anu r e- sta nda rd s. Ma claren made the playgoers think of COUNTERCHARGE. Mrs . Hill sa id V:l t hMa ~~ ~ .beau cepl ion in honor or Pres ident Pate. GrO UJl II. ' "Lightn in' ,. aga in. Do you r ememWe the undersigneed ri o-htful a nd I Wh y Cec il C. JS . ar Y . , . Th e dinne r was se rve d at the Grand Schools Cul ly acc redited bu t not ·1 ' ' "' d "d a ll t·e p l v . be r th at va udeville divorcee in law-a biding c itize ns of .P eru, Nebt·as- Th e g1rls 1 · hotel und e r th e manage me nt of Mrs . meeting fully t he above standards . At I "Ligh tnin ' ""! l·Iele tl .Jon es did ller ·h f ka, h ave on this day, the lOt o . bl C . Hoe ke, Lincol n 's most hos pita ble least t hree teache r s g iving full time opart well. And that val et of Grumpy's, March 1924 t·eceived a seco nd asNoth i ng but t·el igion IS ca p a e of c:a ter e:;:;. 1t ma y have bee n the to in st m ction in t he high school ' ' . It • . · · to p leasu r es . · Ceci l Coatn ey is an actor of ability ; sault 011 o ur characte r, sm d assau s ch a ng-tn g- p am s m nbu ndance of <l elit:ious edibl es that Fifty pe rcent of the teache rs to meet · t · . . he s how ecl t ha t- aLility in acting with consistino- of n otes, mal igned agatns · M d ~t , o u u h t t o be t he v1r t ue of made the P e ruvians so gay; at least the nrovt s ton s of Standard 2. . . "' f o es ~ ,... . Grumpy, as Iu s ,-aie L 1 our in teg rity pl aced on t h e door o h o are de fic ient 1n other no crowd coul d have been more car eG I'OU]l C. And the se rvants. F uller 'Voodie, 1our residencc'e a t the h ome of M r·. R . • t h ose w 1 fr ee than th e c rowd wh o cam e to honTit gT;Idt~ates ~~~Y receive 28 ~o~ nts 1 li S .Ja r vis's se rvan t. bad a more diffi- 1 D. Ove rholt, same mutilating and ma- '.-·i_r_t_u_e_s_. - - -- - - - - - -- - -011 cretl e ntmls, gtvmg th em condtt!On- jt:ult part tha n t he uninitiated might tel'ially damaging condition of sai d or P re~id ent Pa te, of Peru. SUJlt. W. C. Bruolc~. pres id ent of nl a.tlm issiou to college. Acll~itional j a pp t· ecia tc. Arl ee ne Hitchie and door beyond rep air. Fi xa tone gives t o ne tl:e associntio u. prcs td ed. He to ld credt t can be sec ured by exanunatwn Omer Sperry · as butl er s supSaid commu ni cations, ·su rreptit ious- 1 of the school days of 1907,_ of the pro~ 101: by com pl eting satis factory 30 hours 11:orted t he last well. An d Clarence ! ly p osted' at unexpected hours . clai m ! to the hai r g-ress _or_ the sch ool, an_d ol the alum1~1 ol_ collc~e wc rk. T~v,>nty fi~e _pe r cent 1 Thompson as l\1!·. Valentin e Wolfe, that we h ave un lawfu ll y, ma lici o usly assoc~at10n. T. he n he mtrodu ced Ea1_1 o1 th e t eac he rs . w1th _a _mmn~um of th.e buyer of sto len goods, took his: and with criminal i ntent. secu red the C. Cl m e '07 recently c hosen a . cand1- J IW. lu meet the provwto ns of Stan- pa r t w1"tl1 a na t u t·a1u ess a u d fi111esse possession of a c ha ir whic h is now , • ......,_ _ __,_,..,...,,__ _ _ _ _ _ __ . tla te fo r rege nt or th e muvers tty. Mr. 1 da r t! 2. no t a 1wa ys see n on th e ama t eur s t age. · bet.tlg c l "~ 1· 1ned by t·cs1·det1ts t'n anoth- · ;, Clin e gave the address or welcome to! i~y rc•:Hlin g th e for egoing ru les , . "G .. . [ tl er pa 1·t of t l1 e bu ild in o- in which we • 1 · · • " 11 111 a 11 rumpy IS one o 1e ::. P t es id e nL Pa te. H e told of h1s lirst ~ tudents a nti teacher s who a r e ma J(IJJg t . tl t p . d . tl are lawful tenants 1 1r-'~· 'kJBC•F :48f• 1JeS 11llll gS Hl erll WI 11 0 Ill . 1e . You U::lE' eig h reen mu~cles whe n teachin g afte r graduation at Peru 1 ap pJ:t·;t tiOJI [or 11ositions s hould be sc hol;1,.li c yea r 192i:l-i! 4 . j W e consider the assau lts as un - j vou fr o wn; f o .H make a ~mi le or his s uper intend e nt, \V . 1{. P ate. lj ~m·ern ctl ;: H to the !)laces to ma ke :\l i ~s l'lae hn directed it. Merri t t warra nted, unca lled f or and enti r ely 1 :.Usteupthy he l ps y o u to res t wu:.; as a fathe r to a ~011. T he dem- tqn li eat.icn. If o ne's e.xperience and . . C t out of place in asmuch as t he sub• 11 111. k !l was s tage m a nage r. rys a 1 • yo ur face" onstration th at g r eeted President , :p lali:it·;,tions do not meet th e re- , i\l stan ce of t he communications is not " 1eye r was proper ty manager. 1 arDr. E. R. t<eyno lds. A u burn, Pate wh en he ros e to respond was qui r ements in a school the re is no . . , t 1only untru e, but made w it h the a p- , )Ort l' n.rnc 1l 1 was cos tuner. , · . Nebr , in Peru t wice each week. . . pa t·ent distinct- pu r pose of accusmrr me morabl e. The address or lhc presi- use in bothering the s uperintendent or Elxce llen t mus tc wa s Curms hed by . . . . "' Ph o n e or w r i te f o r appo in t ment. tlcnt ill no wuy lesse ned t he high !Joarcl of ed ucation wi th th e applica. the sate! mnocent parti es 111 a way th e orc hes t ra dtrected by Prot V. H . • . . . respect for and the str ong faith in t he lioll. Stop! Look! Listen! I wh tc h w11l be d amag m g to o ur · red ntlra. pr ese nt hea t! or the college. Th e 'l'hc Cast: pute. prPsident dwel t ll!lOn th e P e ru spirit 1: 1-:lTI' ,\], Al'PH.E(' L\'I'F. D. I As a co untercha1·ge, we dem a nd . :ilr . And rew !;ullivaut (G rumpy) I . . I = ur Joyn lty. He s poke of mectmg I . that th e part1es who are makmg- t h e 1 h;:t s pirit when in public school work , :\!iss Lois H acker, formerly of the I C' Lirence ....: randy. . o ri p;ina l c harge, w it hdraw theit· orig - ~ ~ b S al All ia n <"e. "T t is to th is s pirit th at ! l\'0r111al. gave a rec ita l in Centerville, :IJr. Ernes t Heron , his grand neph- 1in a! c harge and submit to the u nderIs takiug t~ c Lou n tr:' .v. tor m 1 . . F'eb r uary, and has s mce . <· set '" '" 'I!1zt c o 1Or>'. pr,.va il s among th e a lumni of P eru, .' Iowa. 111 that e \\· ' Mil lard Bell · 1 srg ned a compli. menta r y form of ' 1A o~.compict 4 tit le" 11 r; c·on n ters,.. raeks. . . . Hucldoc l<, his valet, Cecil Coatney. o 1 j '>dice ~ooo k u f ··u k s an d in s t rueamong the stude n ts a nti fac ulty of t~me _been dom_g sp ecta l work .1n her :\lr , . ,· . _ . . J a p o_ ogy. _ ~iolls:' A ny m w c;t n . 1<-a ~·n ~ h e ~a me 1 Peru t11·tt is bound to hrin g s uccess lin e 111 that c1ty. She has coac hed · · J,n 'ts. Hat la nd T aylor . 1 !:: tgnecl. t h1s d ay of our L o t·cl. !" t.,n m•un tes. It •s ',,._, l a c• nat. ' I II' V·tlentine \Vo lfe Clarence l\'r h h h H f •n g-. All"' a t tl"a,· t""" h""· »ell t anti g rowt h to the school.'' H e lin ish- a pagean t the re for t he Presbyterian ·' · ' ' . 'La1·c 1 0 t , 1 924 , a t t e o use o l pn:pai cl u n •·n ···ipt of $ 1.••0 1 ' Thompso n 0 1 It Ptl by !ll cdging his_ effor ts to P e ru and : C'_hurch. and ano_ther [or the_ i\'letho· · ~- ve r 10 · 1! C·m · a da 25c .:xtrn · ror Peru uy r ecittn g "Old P eru" by tllst Churc h. tal<tng the lead mg part Dr. :lla<.:laren, Cla re nce Hawxby. C. M. C. S ilas Carton. in th e l:ttter . She has coac hed • l\ t hle, ·F u ll e r Wood ie. W . 0. W. 1 \lt•rr idc\v. Ar leen e H.i tchie . • · Cl f 1 ' I '· t · .,. t D efe ndan ts· A ttra t· t ive l<l:1ck !'u t~:cn Mall· . · 1 1 1 1 Short lall<s were g1ven Jy 11e l I!' Jn onm . ·' o.. l eua 111 ., eam on l e1 I J\'c.-v;,. t· , . ·r wi t h t'lllo r.-11 dra"· Da wso •t On1er Sper ry un ,.., :' 1J 1t: l: 0 '~ • t-.lu:Hit:e :\lorrisey, Col. T . .T . ;\lajor s, livpr_, .. a nd a cted as judge on two de- I · ·· · 1 J saw Esau kissi n g Kate o n cl<-~•1!" " · adJ_us t ahle t o> a n y s • zc . . . . . \' ir«inia Bullivant 1\!lr Bull ivant's ' tuhk: 1 h co•u ntc r p ock<· t s . 1 cuz·cl .fudge Le tton , and the e ntire assem- j t' amatc-r~· contests 111 the VICID! ty or · ., . ' · T he fa ct is, we all three saw: 1 st.-ild n.l!" colon.- <1 sllt<:hc d c:d g-e." E -x loly :1ro~ c to do honor to form e r CenterY ill e. Concerning he r r ecital 1 r; r~md daughter, Mi ld r ed Pate. Fot· I saw E sau, he saw me t ra ordmury vulm· R p .:c•al p n cc: president. Dr. Beattie, the veteran Iat t hat pl ace. th e Centervi ll e Da il y i .\Jrs . ·'1acla r en, Helen .Jones. And she saw I saw E sa u. j COMBINATJQ ,~ OFFER edu cato r. ,Forme r )"il'es ide nt Rouse ' lowac•g ia n says : · Snsa n . Ella Teic h. - E. F . W We will se nd pre paid o n.- complete M ah'':a s lu~ti ly cheer ed \Vith severn] cnr- ; ~~People \V ho las t e vening attended Directo r. Ma ry Plaehn. -- ---- . !.,~~n~~::i~,~u:11 s~~~~. co,·er :.ts d cscd b ed a bove Stage :\la nager. Merrit Whitten. Repen ta nce lain call s . ' l h(• re~ita l of Lois Elizabeth Hacke r . from a rose two kisses stole i CHINA-AMERICAN IMPORTING CO. Th e ass ocia tion electc;l the foll ow- c ntcrlait~ e r. at the Pr esbyterian I Pr opert-y :'1-lannger . Crystal ::\!eyer. And sh e the theft r esented ·, j ill West 68th St. New York Cos tumer. Marjorie Arnold. ing offi cers fo r the en s u ing year: chu1·clt. uncler t h e a us pices of the I p ut them bac k , with all my soul. l' res itle nl. C. lta_,. Gates Grand Christi-I n Eude·1vor Society e n]·o,·etl ; ~Iu s ic loy Coll ege Orchestra. A d h ' • · · • ·· · n t e sweet fl ower assented. Is lan d . ja rema rlcal•le e 1·c nin g of monologue. , F INAL CONFERENCE STAND INGS I E. F. W. Eyes tested Glasses fitted Vit.:e-presid e nt. Sa nford L. Clements. , :\I:ss H acker is e xceptionally gifted , . I Mary had a little fri end Liucoln, aloug e locuti c na ry lin es and had a 1 IContmned Crom firs t pagel His n ame was Cec il C Satisfaction guaranteed Secr eta ry, \\'. i'\. De lze ll , P e ru, I pk as ing s tage prese n ce that won for 'Jt he r O!IJ:onc nts abl e to get twenty And every where Mary went Fx. f ee good for two years Treasu re r, Emily Dm·ton, P e ru. l l!e r the fri c ntls:lill of he r a udi ence. j poinl s. Peru won 27 to 20. C. C. was sure to be. DrD M. M. MiicVet~n. Trustees. J udge C. B. Letton, .Lin- ' He1· pr esenta tion or the four act play. The t hrice-victorious B_obcats will He ~ollowed het· . in t~e cl o 1·m one' day ec ln. :\Irs . \V. K. Fow ler, Lin coln. 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Coach Grafl h as uncovered som · track possibililes that may make th: Roscoe Wright, a sophomore, will Bobcats f~ared on track a nd fie ld in 1·epresent Peru State Teachers Col.1924. Ed1e. Thorpe. Madden Majors leg e at the State Extemporaneous OMAHA, NEBRASKA CITY, PERU, and Whitten have a lready s~t mark ~ co ntest to be held at Ynrk, April 25. PLATTSMOUTH AND AUBURN that are indicative of no mean abilit Mr. Wri g h t won the honor of repreWIN COMMERCIAL CONTEST. Other candid ates have not worke ~ se nting the college by virtue of his victory in the local contest which was out sufficiently for a fa n to mak e an~ predictions. Sixty-one Commerci al student~; j held in the Little Theatre, Wednesday The coac h may take certai n men pa rticipated in the District Number aftemoon. Those who h eard the t'alks to the Kansas meet. It is quite cer2 commercial contest, wh ic h was h eld are ce1·tain t hat Peru will be well retain that the Bobcats will compete in Friday, March 28, at Peru. There p r esented at the state contest. wer e e ig ht schools in th is distr ict . a dual meet with T at· kio Co llege at The contestants were not many, Tarkio, Mo. o n May 3, a nd in t h e r eprese nted, Omaha Central, Syra- 1 but as Miss P laehn so aptly said, Confere nce meet at Hastin gs on May c use, Ashland, Platts mouth, Nebraskn . they were rep resentative. The ease and delivery of each of the three con 10. This will be t he f irst track comCity, Falls City, Auburn, and Peru. Miss ALMA. A. TOLIN Contests were given in typewrit- . . MISS NONA_ M. PALMER . testan ts were commedable. Not a man pet1·t·wn f or t h e Peruvians in several years. One of the most beloved mem bers ing, s horthand, penmanship and . ~I ss Nona M. _P_almer, who ha_s J~st of the three was uneasy at an y mo Ro land E di e, t he speed st er from of t h e Peru faculty is Miss Alma A. sp elling. The t ypists' co ntest was fml shed _sup e r vision. of the distnct ment. Eac h man had pose and stag-e Pawnee City is s h ow in g his heels to Tolin, r egis tered n urse w ho h as g iven at 2:30, and t hirty-six con test- comm ercial contest, IS a graduate of presence; and each man something to ' her A. B. d egree in say· the s prin ters just at present. Edie Ca l·ed fo l' s o m a n y yo ung m en an d ants were enro lled · E ac h was given Peru. SSh e took . has been caug ht at 10 1-5 in th e -1. 00 women in t h e co ll ege in firmar y. She copy material and ?irec t ed to wri te ~915.. he did _h er preparatory work : The three c~ntestants were Millard yard dash th is spring . A t t hat speed has jus t been throun·h a seige of as far as he cou ld m the length of 111 Bl ~dsh aw Hi g h Sc~ool. I Bell, Zenas T etch, and Roscoe Wri g ht he will place i n t he confe i·ence a !- me asles a nd scarlet fe vel· and has t ime design ated, 15 mi nu tes. There Besides her work 111 ~eru Sta~e Millard Bell .w as a member of the most any day . In the 440 a nd 220 . h e ende::~red her self to dozens mo re of were three classes of t ypewriting and Teac hers College s he ~hd wo rk l.n Bea trice d e batin g team and a hig h shor t hand·' t he novice class cont ain - Nebrask P e ru •s 1oya 1 sons a n d d aug h ters. ~ h ows t h e same b u rst of spee d . H C a Wesleyan, Lmco ln Bus1- sc hool speaker of no mean ability· . . . . . €! M·~ T r d'd h . . . . ed those who h ad h ad one year of ness oll ege, a nd Gt·egg sc hoo l of Zen as T eich , the editor of the PeruIS also entered In th e hig h JUmp. As I;,S o 111 I et pi epat ato l y .· . o " . . . h Shorthand in Chic a o i . . . . . . .· t . Ed' 1 k l'k wo r k in Luther Colleae Wahoo Sh typew11tm.,, the JU1110I those w o g · , v ~an , IS a p 1oduct of B1 ancoft. H e 1s ,1 spt m e1, 1e oo s 1 e on e of t h e " • · e · ,.,.. p 1 . h t ht · th b · · t k h . ' t · · · A had h ad t hree semeste rs· and t he :n 1ss a met as aug m e pu not a nov1ce at pub li c speak ing. et nurses r amm g Ill U!!t:sta- 1 ' )' h 1 f B d h L' 1 1 best prospects t he Bobcats h ave h ad oo • < h ·t 1 Ch' . -d . h " ·!d. I championship class was open to an y- IC sc oo s o ra s aw, mco n. a nc Roscoe vVr irrht of P e ru was a mem smce the war If a nd when Or v ille n a osp! a ' lcago, un e! t e wot l h I Sl " f . D Ed d . d body regardless of the amount of in- se ver a ot er P aces. 1e came to be r of the P e ru deb ating t eam that · Conkle comes out Peru w ill ha ve amo u s surgeons, rs. war an p . . d I b ' A.ft • . d . h struction received. First, second, e r u mne years ago a n tas een , won from such teams as Beatrice. . ' A J 0 1 two s hort dtstance men to bo a st of. d:d . ..sc t_ner. -. et gta ufatLI~n s le third a nd fourth p lace::; were t he in the commerci al departme nt ever I' The co ntestants were to be prepai·Conkle made h is letter a t Li . I I pl lvate n ursmg out o mco n . . A h b . . f h 9?' ' n co n h Th h b h · award s and this entitled the wi nners smce. t t e eg mnmg o t e 1 - ::l- 1 ed on th e fo ll owin g su bjects: The En 11d 0 High; he has not mad e a n appea ranc e a . t ma a.. en hs el ec~mel os- 1to take part in the sta te con test 24 school year s he was m ade actin g . forcement of the Ei rrhteen t h Amend. t 1 · 1· · p1 a 1 superviso r at t e ow·t 1. ut 1eran · " . m Tac < Su it t u s s pnng. A nd one f D M . ' ' . whi c h will be h eld in A))l·il head of t he commercia l department. I ment The World Cou r t Government l · 1 t.1 1 t'1l h 1tosp1 ta 1 o es omes, anc1 supenn· . . . . • ' canno J UC ge a ac < man un . The novice class winner was Mar - He r dep artment IS runnmg w1th a Aid to F arm ers, America's Attitude e d f S L k , o-et.s on the track ten e n t o t. u e s hosp it al of .t I' t " · . Kea.1 In t he a t f h 1 g aret Dahlstrom of Peru, who won capac! ·y enro 1men · : toward Mex ico, The Bok Peace P lan. Norman Tho r pe, th e quarter-m!ler ney. u um 0 1919 ~ e the c h a mpionship of h e r cl ass by I and The Proposed Compensation for f W· 11 b b · o-· . -1 came to P eru and h as lent a helpmg ro~~ . acoj, ~s eenThn~ ., m g ~mlh:s h and a mon g th e s tud ents e ver since. wl'iting _at the rate of 52 6-15 •..vords PRESIDE NT PATE ON WORLD Ex-Service Me_n . E ach spe~ke r c ~ose on e coac 1 s ace. otpe rna e IS per mmute. Ma rga ret Dahlstrom EDUCATION. a num ber wh1ch named Ius subJect. .distance on a bad lrack withou t be- ENTE RTAI N VISITING CONTEST- made the hi ghest percent in her class ! Then h e was given eig ht minutes Jn ing pus hed in 56 second s. And t h at and exceeded the J·unior class win Wedn esda y e vening, March 26, which to or ganize his material. ANTS. was his fi irst workout. The Waco ners, by writin g 1 8-15 p e rcent high- 1!)24, at 7:30, in t he assemb ly 1·oom Rosco e W rig ht was the first speakr·unner has speed. wind, an d n erve. er sp eed: of t he Training bu ild i ng, P 1·esident e r. He drew the subject, "Amer ica's He s houl d be a valu a ble man on the The two soc ieties of the Co llege Arthur Go ldstein of Omaha Cen- Pate spoke to th e joint m eetin g of Attitude towm·ds Mex ico". He to ld Graf team. He expects to d eveloq gave a joint e ntertain men t for their t r al won seco nd p lace with 44 words. t he Christian Associatio ns on Educa- , of t he importance o fthe Mexica n members, a nd fo r t he vis iting com Max Rosenb latt, Central Hig-h, with tiqn as a World Pro blem. Mr. Pate question and dealt with Ame rica's into a hig h-class half-mil e r . Charles Madd en. of P awnee City. mer cia ! c on testa nts, last Thursaay 40 words. James Hi ggi ns, Nebras ka fo r many years serv ed the pub iic as tr eatmen t of Mex ico, p ast and preis a consistent perfo r mer a nd a f a it h- ni g ht. Mr. Geor ge Willy, president City , with 39 words. a s uperintendent of sc hools. He has sent. He cited instances of Amenica's 1n the junior class, Doroth y Custer t a ken a n active inter est in all edu- l1·eatme nt of Mexico since the days ful work e r. He is vaulting an d ··f the Philomat h ean Society, gave an broad J·umpin g . H is co n sistency ad dress of welcome to our v isitors; 0 f Nebraska City won writing at th e of edu cation dete rmines t he d esti n y of Mex ican independance. His intro. I1 ' ma kes him a dan gerous competitor. th en t he p ro g r a m op e ne d w},t per min ute Th is k nowled ge with his ea rnestness duction of p r esent-day treatmen t of a rate of 51 14-15 wo rds He is a 44 0 and 880 runner. He p ro- ~~~mber b y" the _world fa mous Rush 1 f or fifteen consecu t ivev minutes. and sinc erity of purpose, makes Mr . Me xico was "Shall we clasp h a nds i with Mex ico?" He then outlined the bably will be a mem ber of t h e 1·elay 111 <?u artet w hi c h was so m u~ h. ap- ! Second p lace, D e Forest W est. Syra- Pate a comp etent educatio na list . The lecture divided itself into ~ relative value of the plans of assist team. p r ec1a ted th at o ur w_o rth y VISitors cus e, with 51 words. Third place, A1·thur Majors, of End icott, is do- had to hear them aga ll1 , a nd henc e E lizab e th Sitzman, P lattsmo uth, with th1·ee main topics: First, the typ e ance and interven tion. ing his fi rs t work on t he track. H e brou g ht _them ~ack for secon d turn. 149 9-15 wo rds. F ourth pl ace, Evalyn of ed uce tion determi nes t he d est iny 1 Zeanas T eic h, the secon d speaker , is another 440-yard runn e r and a F ollow m g t hi s was a humorous I Jac k Ne>br aska City with 48 11-15 of a nalion ; seco nd, t he salvatio n of • drew "The Enforcement of the Eig hpossib le membe r of t h e r e lay team. rea~in g by Miss L eona_Johns_on. The words p er minute. ' a co un try depen ds upon unive!';:;al tee nth Ammendment". Mr. T eich )fajo rs has taken to the hurd les n at - va n o us per s onag es whic h Miss John-~ In t he ch a mpi onship cl ass, Richard ed ucatio n; t hird, t he W orld shou ld ! began by rec iti n g som e of the prourally. The co ach expects h im to so n rep r ese n ted were very clever and, Cole of Omaha Centra l wo n with 65 have uni ve rsal educ ati on . I blems now fac ing the government, develop into a hurdler of class. He amus in g indeed. . . /4-15 wo rds. Second p lace was awardF:du cation is comp a r ative ly nn v: it p rob lems of enfor cin g the p rohibition is working on both the 120-yard high The we ll known s m gers, Misses ed to Ann a Mar g aret Brec ht of Falls is a slow p t·ocess. It is only ~ix lhous - ; ac ts. "Polit ics st ill play a n importa nt Third an d ye:n s s ince J:~ vpt was n1ai-:in g· J p a r t a nd is responsible f01· its sh a1·e hurd les a nd the 220-yard low hm-- Wilma Coatn ey a nd H e len Li chty I City with 49 14-15 words. 1 dies. then sa ng a lovely duet, "Sleep." /1 (Continued on last page.} het· intell ec tu a l ad Yane~men ts. A in th e e nforcement ag itatio n". At Meritt Whitten. of Nebras ka City, To the cons te rnation of Mark D el_ __ _ _ large amount of ou r prese.1t know! - ! !Continu ed on lrt!lt page ) ze 11 and Hu g h S to dd ard, it w as sud · edge has been ~·ain cd \Vi t hin Lhe ] as~ j -----1Cnn tin u e rl on lnst page) cl e nl y a nnoun ced t h at a n ex t empora. hu ndred years . ! n eo us deb a t e o n the question, "ReI Mr. Pate u sed fam ili ar yet slfikin g I 1 so lved , T hat bobbed h air is mo re ri ; examp les t o pro ve how depen dl'nt : I cli c u lo u s th a n bell-bottomed t rous ; upon the ty p e of education was th e i e r s," was t o take p lace between two ·des tiny of a n ation. H e staled th at s aid indiv id ua ls. Th e r esu lt was so ''du ring t he p ast t hree or fo ur th o_ns- 1 / wonderful t hat l~1e j ud ges we~·e ~n and ye ars sever al type~ of educ atiOn , a b le to dec id e w inc h was the wm nmg I h ave ex isted from whic h co nclus- : ! ions can be drawn." The people of I' s1' d e. I Chi na h ave rev ived their a ncestors 1 The n ext n u m be r announc ed wns . a d a nce, ' ·S p1·in g ," by Mrs. Graf. 1 j so intensely t h at n o new processes or : Mad am Graf s ky" as a dance r was / i methods have b ee n e volved . They ! fe lt t hat w h at th eir f athers d id a lready f a mou s upon the Peru campI us, a nd aft er. t _h is a~pro~riate d ance, G LENN F RARY i was best a nd co nsequently China has : h e r fame is nsm g· s til l h1g her. Glen n Frar y '26, of Auburn , has rema in ed where s he was thousands I Miss Louise H arris, t h e Philo's vo- bee n elected to t h e p osit ion of co ac h of years ago. MILLARD BELL i c a lis t , fo llowed t hi s number with a , a nd teac her of man ua l traning a nd Spar ta , g loriou s in war, d eveloped 1 beau t if ul so n g, "Dream." accomp a n - ; sc ie nce in t he S u tto n Hi gh Sc hool. t he physical a nd mora l se lves of he r Mil la rd Bell, of Beatrice, is known ART HUR MAJORS ie d by Cuthbert Hall on t he flute. 1Sutto n a lways h as Cla!<s A a thl eti cs, I subjec ts. Un su rpassed were h er sol- / on the campus as " Big Bell" to dis~ . f th or . T h e Evere tt pi ani st, Miss Ma r y 1a nd Frary is t h e m a n to co ac h Class d iers. Victo r y in war was her slogan. I t in g uis h him from his s mall er bra Arthur MaJ·ors 1s one o e n -• . . . . . . of Mc Vav fo llowed t h1s w1th a waltz' A teams . He h as been a t Peru fo r Athens emp hasized th e m tellectu al t he r , F on est Bell. M1ll ard Be ll has mal school g raduates o f t h e c l ass · · h · fi d h I n sue been e ect ed s up erinte nde nt of t he d a p layed with t he fi nis h ed touc h of a three year s. During those three yea rs and aest et1c. He r e we 1924 to have recently pbrocthu re ·n 1 profess io n al W e f ee l s ure t ha t ou r he has been A ll-State end in football leaders as Peric les, Euripides, Soph- 1 sc hoo ls a t Brads haw. Mr. Bell has sc. hool · Mr. Majors will e e prl · . . . hoo -l vis itors r ea lized t h at P e ru has some f or two of t he m. H1·s r ece1vmg of ocl es, D emost h e ne.s , socrates, P Iato 1 h a d so me pu b h· e schoo l exper1. ence Cipal at Endicott the n ex ~. sc piai') O ta le n t wh e n t h ey heard thi s forwa 1·d passes has ruined the chan -1 a nd Aristotle. These who lea rn ed and is capable of h a ndlin g th e good 1 term. H e recei ved p a rt of hs prehp - 11 mb e r ' ces of severa l Co nfe r e nce teams. And fo r learnin g,s s ak e accomplis hed no 1sc hoo l system of Br adshaw. At Be1 arato ry w~r k a t Peru Prep w ere e u · · · · ath. . L t Another humorou s reading was on he has p layed on t he BoBcat basket- :1 g r eat p r actical resu 1ts. Th e R oman ! atn• ce Mr. Be ll was p romment m 1 111 ~vas ~romment . athletr~s.Res=~- lhe p l·og r a m, "J oh nni e Ge ts R eady ball team for t hree years, du ri n g educa tio n was practical a nd ~ilitary. : letics a nd de bating. At Peru h e h as ~eason h e was c aptlan of th . f r Company," b y Miss Lu cy Arm- whi ch time t he Bobcats have not lost H e1· resu lts were far reac hmg and been a two-letter man in footba ll, ~es of the college. He has. b~~n ac~ve -~ noThe mi sc hi evo us antics by a Co nfere nce gam e. F rary shou ld appar e nt in t h e statute books of most and prom in e nt in dramatics, fo i·en 1~ literary a nd social actrvrti~S. . In- ts ~o Ji~tl e boy, impressed so a b ly by g ive Sutton Class A athletics. 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d not r ece ive your P ed agog ian leave noti ce in th e Pedago- comp leted p icture. Unfinished as it . is, the broad outlines reveal to the you 0 gi an box in the Administration building. • devout sc ientist a co lossal portrait of the Creator of all things. Ed itor w. F. Hoyt. GEO. R. WILLY B us in ess Manager DAVID COSTELLO Campus ON THE CAMPUS EME LIA NOVOTNY Campus A. M. Voss, former ly state hi gh MARlON MARSH O r gani za tions . school inspector, visited Pe ru t he CRYSTAL MEYER Orga n izat ions ' past week. Mr. Voss is now with t he MYRL EMRICK . Wor ld Book Company. He is well P e rsona Is ; I:WTH SANDELL j known among the sc h oo l men of the P e rsonals state. H EL YN H UMBERT C lasses j Coach Lon R. Graft spent the holiMl~DRED PATE Classes day vacation in Lincoln fo llowing the G RA-CE METTZ _ _ C ircul atio n ! track squad. Ev idently he wished to DOROTHY WAD E h · B · ce 1 observe c losely the Schulte methods. Special R e porters : Lu cy Arms tron g, E. Lyle L aug ' 11 n, e rm Graft is a track man from Nebraska. But " ln ~lia n" Sc hulte learns new L ewis , H e len Jones . J ohn Shuster.

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trip t o Columbus. These trips g ive as. Never befo1·e in t h e history of the world has t he pr.oblem of our foreig~ sistant George Willy a ch ance to bepolicy been brought so near to t h e hearts of the Amencan peop~e as toda) · come more efficient in his vocation. in every section of the country, pease is hcin.~ ~iscussed a~d wnttet: . ~~out. !One could mention Nelso n, Bell, and Edward w. Bok has d ared to face t he I_J itlei·-enders and po l.Iticians; Wil es. and has forced the po liti cal parties to commit t hemselves on the Issue of ! The c lass in educ ational measurAVGNUE; ST0RE; the L eag u e of Nations. It is time that s.uc h men as ~enators L? d ~e and t ments is doing project work under Boi:ah came to reali ze that they cannot hght a world Ideal. It '.s JUSt ~s ' the d irection of Professor Crago. Fruit Cakes, impossib le for the United States to keep out of t he Leagu e. of Na~IOns a.s It Members of the class al·e doing n Confectionery, is impossib lt for us to l<eep ou t of Eu ropean affairs, and as Il was Impossi.ble g i·eat d eal of gradi ng; and they will and lunch goods to keep out of the W orld W a r. W e cannot expect ~our-fif~hs of ~ankmd do some actual testing in the field. to cast aside the Leag ue of Natio~~ ~nd adopt a fo ,·eign policy satisfactory P resident W. R. P ate gave an adto a few of our Senators and politicians. . ,, dress to the woman's club meeting at The rank and fi le of the ~~nerican peo~l e want umversal ?eace. J he): Bethel, Saturday. He was unable to are willin g to cast as ide suspiCion, and destre to co -operate With the oth~I i make hi s speakin g dates at Beatrice School Suppli es and Stationery nations of the world in maintaining what th ey h ave a lready succee.ded 111 · and Fairbury because of the bad doing. We have a method of reac hing ou r law-makers at Was hm gton, roads namely, by the ballot. . : Th~ Teachers Placement Bureau is If ever y American votei' would pledge himself to su?port Ill ~.he popu la r these days. Superintendant Phones 73 and 78 coming election onl y those men who wo uld support th e policy and Pl.m- Gilkeson is receiving calls and placing cipal so stron g ly brough t out in the Bo.k Peace Plan-namely, that .of domg teachers as rapidly as in former years away with w ar , we would soo n have In force the League of NatiOns and The day of the trained teacher is bet he World Court, two bi g steps toward univ ersal peace.. . . g inning. It is the duty and pl'ivilege of every voter to acquaint hm: sclf w1th the 1 Mr. and Mrs. J ohn T. Marshall, of Price List up to April 16 candidates for whom h e is to vote, cast aside pa rty prejudice, and s uppO I'l Panama, h ave been visiting their in the comi ng election~. a President, Senalot·s, and Represent:Jli v~s who are dau g hter Viva the past few days. $2. 00 to $4.60 per- cfozen Roses of the convictio ns of Hug hes. Root, House, and other men who are whole- ' Mr. Marshall is a prominent banker 1.25 Car nations heartedly Americans, as well as Christians. I and forme 1· state senator from Lan1.50 Where d o you as an educator, a leader, and a g uid e, stand? Face th e I caster County. Snap Dragoo '' ,, issue fairly ! The ultimate respon~ibility rests with the ~meri~an pe.ople. l Bull etin announcing the course of 1.50 N arci ss u s Let it not be said of us t h at Amenca has fought the war Ill vam. W1th a study for s ummer school have been 2.00 Tulips (Darwina) will to go forward, ther e wi ll be found a way. sent.out to 6000 hi gh sch oo l students CLARA M. MINNE. !of southeaste rn Nebraska.. F lowe rs f o r a ll occasions SIMAN TON & PENCE 1 Kansas Wesleyn Adv ance comCHAPEL. 1made up of very few elements, say ments favo r ably on professor Hoyt's Falls Ci t y, Nebr. Su nnysid e Green House . Phone 95 - -from one to six, while stars or suns recent lectures. 1 Wednesday, the twenty-sixth, peo- i inc lude from twenty to forty elepie were wandering around in chap- ~l ,~cnts, and . the earth contains ~ver I TRAIN ING SCHOOL NOTES. el like so many green freshme n in a nmety. Th1s led H aecke l to conJect--We ca n rebui ld and r en e w thr ee pairs of your comfortable old new build ing , or something. They ure so1~e f undamental subst.ance , At the meeting Thursd ay mor ning shoes f o r t he price of one good n e w p a ir. ' ' F lex ible were all merely hun tin g t he ir new from wh1ch all elemen ts are denved. the members of the Girls, R eserves S r) les u sed un wo m en's shoes. reserved seats, however- nothing s uggestin g the n am e protylefo r it. were en te r tained by a sketch of t he more! After everybody finally got su ggestin g the n ame protyle f or it. life of Flerence W ighten, g iven b y ., t settled a number of announce- er identified with the ether. Novae Miss Stodda 1·d. After t h e sin g ing of ' The Be~t Shoe Shop--W. E. Railsback, Proprietor. 0

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"A gr ass widow is t he wife of a dead vegetar ian". "Ocean ia is that co ntine nt which co n tains n o land". "I n I ndia a man out of one cast may not m'arry a woman ou t of anot her cas k. "P arallel li nes ar e the same d istance all t he way and do not meet ' un less you bend t he m". " Grav itation is t h at whi ch if th er e , we re none we s hould all fly away". Lou is XV I was g elatin ed during t he F renc h Revo lution" . I "Horse powe•· is t he d istanc e one horse can car ry a pound of wate•· in an hou r." i "Pa ls y is a k ind of new wri ter's d ance." " Letters in s lopin g p ri nt a re hys te •·ics". j "The Mon roe Doct1·ine is as fo llows: Do u nto oth ers w ha t yo u wo uld : t hat t hey sh ould do un to you ." j " T he fiv e princip al ch aracters in ~ Ch arl es Broc kden Bt·own's " W eil and" i ar e I ch abod Ct·a ne, Na tty Bumppo, Uncas, Clara, an d We il an d".

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reases. At t she ing of the finc ourth quarter ix beg newinns tudents re' g istered. Fou r of these were in t he college ; two were in t he hi g h school. 1 The f our co!lege stu d en ts includ e j Mt·s. Lottie Liter , P eru; E lsie Ande• son, P almyra; F ern P er cival, Falls Ci t y; an d Cath rin e H ~ nfel t, Tecumse h Mrs. L iter is a sp ec iai. The t hr ee , oth er stu den ts a r e fr esh n1e.n.

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E ls ie Ande rso n of Palmy•·a, F er n P erc ival of F a lls City, and Kathery n 1 Hanfelt of T ec umseh, h ave e nrolled · in t he fres hm an class. Amon g t h ose over from Aub urn 1 f or t he comme•·cial contest were, .1 Helen F r ary, E mily Kerns, He len Clenebu rg, I r is F inell, E ff ie Stevens , Edit h W olfe, Ed ward Howell, and , Mrs. Gran d y. I Mrs. Har iett Salter :,tate or ganir.er ' of P. E. 0. visited on t h e camp us ' T hu rsday. S he was 'Je r y f avorabl y impressed by o ur sc hoo l here.

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-~FRESHMAN CLASS NOTES ."up yonder", alludin g to the f act i Ages rose Mar·tin Luthe r and his col-j and bas ketb a ll player, is a possibil__ __ th at a portion of the tribe that re- I league, Melanchthon. They started ity in t he 440-yard dash, in t h e pole lass meeting last The P eru Demonstr atio n High mained up t he rive!'. The name ! a refo1·mation which made Germany vault, an d in t h e s hot put. . How· . The Freshm~el~ attended but still School de batin g team won its first 1Nemaha ,was late r adopted as t he 1protesta nt and en tirely ch anged h er ever, one of t he best bets m t~e Thursday was u h for a few victory of the season last Friday ev- n ame of the co unty. educational system. During the pe· s hot is Reeves, of Burwell. He IS there was room b eno !here. Man ning at the Trainers' School au ditorAllen A. Coutt is believed t o have r iod from 1848 to to 1870 sprang up j c hanging his for m at present, and more h a d they een b ght Y iu-:r. by clrawing a t wo to or.e decis- been t he first actu al settler upon the I t he theo ry of t he Superman. Then his d istan ce is not _so good. ~he important matters w~r~h ro~mmit~p; ion over the Beatrice Hig h School town site. The f ollowing year Dr. c itizens migrated to Ameri ca in large coach expects the d1stance to p•ck a report from each 0 e c d t ~ team. The quesion was, Resolved: 1 Wyatt took 160 acres of land f or numbers to escape the milistaristic up when once h e h as mastered t h e c hairmen on the ~-anquet, ~n tha ad 'J hut immigration be further res tt ict- 1himse lf, as far as dl'iving claim stakes form of educ ation. Then Germ any new f orm. by the class president a~ e a · erl numerica lly in t he United States. t could accomp lis h that end. In laid the foundation for Modern GerLincoln Wiles, of Syracu se, h as visor, Mr. Hill, made up t e :rogram The local team cons isting o f Lu cille 'I October, 1845, Dr. Jerom e Hoo ver, on many. been lending the broad jumpe rs. He 1 A very important matter as hCOI~e 1 Russe ll, Frank Bog le and Clirford his w ay to Texas to loo k f or a locaAbout 1870 t he Woman's Christi an 1will be pushed by His Majesty, Dhub 1 up that m ust be settled soo ~, t at 18 R oberts with Geo. Clary as altern att::, tion, was met at R oc kport, Missouri, Tempera nce Uni on was org anized. the Milam, w hen t he Auburn athlete • t h e selecti.ng of the. Pe:uvian Staff upheld the affirmative s ide of t he by Dr. Wyatt and pers uaded to cross At first its membership was small,l get s to comin g out r egularly. Milam · for next year. Nomw~twns for the question. The Beatrice team con- t he l'iver and see what the advan- t but at last it became so influenti al is a leadi ng hi g h jumper as well. H e . editor-in-chief and busmess m~nager sis ting of Willis Wrig ht, H~rry Sack-1 tages its western. banks offe1~ed. He t hat many states required the evil ef- is expected t o work with the javelin. ,· wi ll be held at t he next meetmg on ett, and W yman Kenagy, w1th Emory was so pleased w1th the locatiOn t h at j fects of liquor to be t au g ht in Another man who s hou ld d o well Ap r·il 3rd, so every freshman be there Gi.sh a~ a ltern ate, defe_nded t~e n eg-~ he at o nce pu1·chase~ the. claim of : sc ~ool. Fi.n ally, t hr u the efforts of with the _javeli n ~s Bitzie. Bitzie may 1 at1ve s1de of the questiOn. MISS Ma- Dr. Wyatt, entered h1s c lam1 at the 1 t hrs orgamzation we effected the develop mto a dr scus hurler. j Safety F irst rie Faulhaber coach ed the Peru land offi ce of the Coun ty Clerk, as E igh teenth Amendment. Thus we P au l Hoy, of Farnam, s urprised the 1 some other team. Mr. J. W . Miller coac hed the soon as that functionary h ad an of- find that the type of education de- coac h by h urling t h e j avelin 138 f eet ; " I p t·efer to patroni~ to the Beatrice team. The judges were J . fic in! ex is tence. In 1855-56 t h e leg- ! termines t he d esti ny of a n ation. t he first t ime he took hold of it . If s h op," said Professor at~ d 1 F. Duncan and P rofessor Shellen- is lature dul y incorporated th e new II The necessity f or univers al ednca- Hoy can increase that dis tance as h e friend who had rec~mmen e a cer. .rn a democracy .IS great. " In an promr. ses to do, p eru WI-11 h ave a t a ·m tonsoral esta bhsment. berger, of C otner C o II ege, an d J u d ge cr·t y. tron W . W. Wilso n of Nebraska City. Nemaha City was a lways a p lace J aristocratic g ovemment leaders hip is javelin competitor. Hoy also run s j' "Doubtless yo u h ave observed the Fulton Davenport of Peru was chair- of st rong abo lition te n dancies, being, • fo und in the educated few." In a the distance with Howard Bruns don , tru cu lent-lo o ki ng young barber. at the · ue of rts · near v·.rcm · ·rty to M.IS· republic leadership may come from the P eru Prep athlete. 1 b y vrrt man. , secon d c h air?" · Well • I was h1s first Th e bi g crowd which, in s pite of so u r i, a station of th e un derground an y o ne of it s classes. So safe and Carl Cunn:ing h am and W a ldo W ill- ' sch oolmaster. - Country Gentelman the inc lem ent weather, attended t he r ailroad a nd the frequen t resort of sane leaders hip is possible only when hoft are working ou t regu larly a nd debate felt well rep aid for its efforts J ohn Brown's me n. It w as h er e that all are educatd. "What h as all this may develop in to winn er s. Cunn ing by the t r ent that lay in store for it. the her o of Ossowattomie crossed a to do with edu cation as a wodd h am is a distan ce runner; Willhoft = I The deb ate was u fier cely contest- load of S ha rp's rifles, bound for Civ il problem? T he World War demo n- is a jumper. Forres t Bell, of Beat~ cd str uggle from the time Miss Rus-1 Bend Iowa, at the co n clus ior. of the strat ed t h at we cannot ho ld ourselves rice p romises t h at he will make the . . , · t r oduced the questiOn · · Mr.,1.ansas Ir W ar, 1ate ·rn t h e f all of 1857; aloof; it proved th e weakness of the quar·ter-milers ' I ·s takrn_g th t: Cou ntrv bv Sto rm se ll m untli step ; but he h as un- 1 . . · · · h h A comp l ct~ :5t" t 1n hng-h t <.·olurs. Roberts wound up the . la~t rebuttal. rt was ere _t at Le~man, o ~e of Mom·oe Doctrine." Wilso n justifi ed dertaken a man's-s ized task when h e , ....4: t ill"s 11 :> co~ ~~ ~er.s ~. r.acks. Th ere w as no word-mmcmg. The I Br·own's heartrest coadJutors, wmter- ou r· entrance into the World W ar by runs away from Thorpe ' Edie ' Ma- 1 2. d1c"· ~oook of rul<.s ' "?d tl1 n~trl1c· tton~· A n vo n c:cnn 1c..·at n l4!1i!anu: seco nd speak er· fo1· th e negati ve, Mr. , ed during 1857 and 1858. And when t he s logan, to "make the " world safe jot·s, and Madden in t h e quarter. in t~,.; mi ~;uteN. I t !s vcr_,. raci 1~at . . d t h e d e b ate m · to l h e c 1o u d s th · g for democ racy." "Since all nations K All 111 attractl\·e h o:<. Seut Sac k ett, d 1recte · a t 11ac1 b een ga th enn M~ ny oth er me n a r e star tin g track in pr.,paid ou rce,.ip t ..,,. $ I ... o what was p lain ly seen an unexp ected s o lon g b urst at leng th, no p lace up- carr y forwm·d relations with each no w t hat the weather is f avorable. C anada 25c "" 1 m ch annel. It was from this t ime on on t h.e banks of the Missouri respond- other education is a world problem." . Wh at they m ay do is unknown . But that t h e m etal of th e Peru team was ed more promptly or more efficently Mr. P ate, in conclu sion said that it is among the novices t h at t h e s t a r s tested . Too much credit cannot be t h an did Nemah a City. Part of Com- he did not know just how the prob- ar e un cover ed. "Indian" S hulte, Ve1·y Att r u<· tive RI:H·k ~at<·cn Muh . t o M'ISS R usse ll an d M.1. B og 1e, pany E , an d a 11 o f C omp any K • o f th e lem w!ll . be solved, but that h e was · th e peer of all t rack coaches, h as rung table co,·er wlth col o r ed d rag. g1ven 0 11 ctcsig111;. adj u stul>k toJ u n~· s ize Peru's in it iate debators. They stood • Second Nebrask a Volunteer Infa ntry, suggestin g this as a problem for our said: "The hope of my track team is ! car.d. tab k : 16 count.-r p o ck•·ts. · tnk111~ col o red st1tched ed)!"es . Ex· up u nder t he fiery onsl~ught of t hetr were recrurte d at t h'IS ~om t. . though t, "That the ri g ht kind of re- the wea lt h of green men." And we 1! stru ordinar~· value. ~pccial J>ricc older a_nd more ex perrenced oppon- . . On. May 26, 1861, the f r1·st war meet- lations- world wide-will n ot be se- t ake our h ats off t o Coach Schulte COMBINATION OFFER ents wrt h th e coolness th at would . tng 111 t h e county was held at Nema- cured until t he world of nations is in track athletics. . . b · 'd d b E T j I W e wJII se nd prepaid one t·omple tc Mab. . we II b ecome an ol d h an d at t h e game. h a Ctty, em g p resr e over Y · · educated, and edu cated in the rig ht • J<> n K set u ud table cover'"' dcs crihc:d abov• It was litt le Bogle who spiked the Grubb The obj ect of the meeting \"ay." I o n receipt o f $~.so. . . . ' NEBRASKA STATE TEACHERS' Beatnce g uns. Mr. Roberts, t h e on ly was expla111ed by A. W . Furnas, and ASSOCIATION. J CHINA.AMERIC<\N IMPORTJNO CO. one on the P eru team w ho h ad deba t- stirring addresses we r·e deliv er ed by ROSCOE WRIGHT GOES TO YORK. Ill West 68th St New \'ork 1 ed th e question before stood true to Colone l J. D. Thompso n, T . W . Tipton hi s old form. Dr. McPherso n a nd D1·. A. S. HollaContinued from first page.) Preside nt P ate went to Lincoln the 1 The contestants' know l ed~e of the d ay. Then, in the year 1862, Nem ah a 1 . . latter part of t h e week to close up E ~·..-s teet ed Gla,..scs fitted subject wou ld do credit to much Ci t y Gua rds wer e organ ized. A. P . present ~he mdJ~udals wh? carr_y .":'et t he b usiness of the Nebrask a State olde r heads. Th e fai lure of the BeatI sympathieS reah ze the lmposJb!lJty Teachers' Assoc iation. He is just SatiEfaction g uaranteed 0 ~ ever su ccessfully overthrowing the finis hing his year's work as pres ir ice team lay in its lack of constructCOMMERCIAL CONTEST. F x . fee good for two yea r s ive ar gument. I n delivery, the locals erg·hteenth amendment. But t hey den t, and has sh ow n str o n g e nthuswer·e outc lassed. The v is itors were c ontll1ue · d from first page.) che•·is h fo nd hopes of w eakeni n g it, iasm all thru the year·, and has co n Dr. M. M. MacVean. fini shed , for·cefu l sp eakers. Thei1· . . by causing to be legalized the sale of duct ed a gr eat association. S pecia li st delivery , in th e words of P resident p lace to L eo n Rr chardson, Falls City, li ght wines a nd 2.75 per cent hee r. All of t he students in P eru this 44 6 15 EyP. Ear, Nose and T h roat Pate, " would have done j ustice to He closed his talk with "Is it not a year who w ill become teach ers next I " words. co)lege men." The shortha~d contest. fo llowed, patriotic and moral duty to preser ve year s hould join th e Association a nd Office over B uck ' sBooterie . and t h e materr al was dtctated at • and furt he r respect our constitution · th 'd t th · 1 1 T ile debate was Judged solely on h f / · g rve e new pres1 en etr oya 1 Phon e 69 Nehr City the "merits of the debating," and not t ree r ates o speed, fo r each class. by help in g to enforce the Eig hteenth s upport _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _..;;._ _..: Mary Ules Collins, official_ di_ctator I Amen dment'? . · - - ----·~- on the met·its of t he question; t hat : - - - - - - - - - - - - - -;..._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _;._~~;;_.;;;,;;;~ is, not on which s ide is inhere ntl y from Oma h a, r ead t h e d ictatiOn to Mil ard" Bell, t he t hird sp eaker, the stronger. t he c lasses. After the notes ~ad been drew "The Bo k Peace Plan". He openwere ass1gn ed . to I ed by recitin g such facts as Edward . . . f avor of th e a ff"·11·m- taken .the c lasses Th e d ec lSIOn 111 . . t. . .· t0 transc r rbe t h eir n otes. In the nov1ce William Bok 's offer of S50,000.00 ·: •ve. ca.m~ as a SUI P••se rrrany. J cl ass Francis W hitne y of Omaha f 1 b 1 f d Certam 1t 1s th at th e debate was one '. . .. . . . 1 or t 1e est p an or worl peace, as a! won fi1 st p lace. Er nestm e that 22 165 pl ans were h anded in and Cent1 of t l1e h ar d est wage d , mos t c Iose Iy I ' 0 maha Cen tral, secon d that the p lan numbered 1469 was acDun aqay, con t es t e d word b a ttl es of th e year. . T l1e many P eru suppor t ers ·too k pl ace, Edward · d 1 Albert, d F Omah a Cen- cepted ' as that t he winner was Dr· 1Hr tral, t P ac e, an 'aye W oods, Charles Levermore· Then he outlin. h ronvnrd t o th e nex t con t est , w h tc . . ·rs s c h e d u 1e d h er e wt'th p awnee c·t F all Ctty, fourt h p lace. ed t he pla n •·at her carefully and gave 1 y,l h . . April 8. In th e c ampJOnsh•p c lass, Edward its strong and weak point s. Mr. Bell Howell, Auburn, won first place; . showed a knowledge of his subject. E lizab eth Eitzmnn, Plattsmouth, secMiss Mary J ane Plaehn. head of t he A SHORT HISTORY OF NEMAHA on d p lace; F e rn K'ddl l e, Ashlan d, department of speech education, p reCITY t hird p lace; and Louise Albers, Aah- sided at t he meeti ng. The judges Nem ah a City, s ituated · t l l limd, fo urt h place. we re Professor Beck, Sup erintendant . . rr. ver, fou1· and upon le Tl1e · Mrssour1 one h alf . Pe 11n1ansh1·P class c.h amptonGilkenso n, and Miss Faulhaber. lVliss ln l. les b e 1ow B rownv1' II e, un d oubt e d - ship was won by Edn a Khnger of Plaehn annonced t he winner after the ly occupi es one of t he fin est possible Plattsmouth, second p lace b~ Le nnea votes h ad been collected by Mr. Hare or Dress and s ites in the Mississippi Valley. Locat- Str erner, Omah a Central, third place and Miss Blomquist. The winner Mr. ed on a wooded b end of the r iver by Louise Rummer, Plattsmou t h, and Wrigh t, r eceived the hearty app lause Weor s urroun ded on all sides by valley~ Hele n W escott of Platt smo uth fou r th of his comp eti't ors. whose mar velous fert ility is unques- p lace. The modes t c1·owd that attended or specia l occasions- for the times tioned, and by hills unsurpassed for The results of t h e spelling contest the contes"t in t he Little Theatre whe n you wish to appear at your the cult ure of t he g rape and for hor- were : Oli ve Willi ams, Omah a Cen - were very much p leased with t he bes t - wear Satin Slippers: ticulture in gen eral, it not only af- tJ·al, 99% ; Hnny Goldman, Omaha s howin g mad e by the contestants. It They are al ways styl is h . There' s ford s a rare view to on e who chooses Cent ral, 93 % ; Berniece W elch, Omn- is hoped t h at this co ntest will be nn n o s ubs titute for their richness its hig hest hilltop for h is observa- h a Cent•·al, 93.25% ; Helen Climburg, annual event on the Peru campus. tory but is itself a scene of beauty. Auburn, 93% . Peru s hould be as eminent in f or . It is tn~e t hat so meti :ne or oth er o n e is s ure to regret NOT It possesses a good landing, and its The stu de nts of Peru g reatly ap- ensics as sh e is in athletics. h a~ 1n g a p~tr, so w_h y don t you come in a nd be fitted now ? T he gentle s lopes afford g ood nat ural precinte the effo rts of Miss Palmer sa ttn used m our s lt ppers was espec i a ll y made fo h · drainage. At the s ame t ime these and commercial s tudents in making r s oe purposes. slopes p r event any ve r y destru ctive t hi s our first commerci al co ntest a GRAF I S COACHING T R ACK. Priced ~t $4:00 to $7.00 success, aud wish the winning conoverflow. Ne~aha is an Indi an name, Ne testants the greatest success at t he (Continued from firs t page ) signifying "water", in the Otoe din- state contest. p laced in hi g h school in b oth the Nelect, and Ma -ha b eing orig inally the - - -- - - braska State meet and t h e Pacific name of a tr ibe of I ndian s yet in the PRES IDENT PATE'S ADDRESS. ' 'The home of Good Shoes" Coast m eet. He has dropped his north ern part of the state, and known shot-putting a nd is giv ing a ll his and as Omahas. Lewis and Clark sub(Continu ed llrom firs t page ) time to . the discus. · He threw the .. A. rrowbeod " Hosiery onkle cling. stanti ate t his fac t in their n arrative co untries tod ay. The laws of the disc us 118 f eet his first week of pracof explor ation. Th e sig nificance of world h ave in part b een taken from tice. N e braslca €ity, Neb. the word Ma-ha is "farth er up",or 1 the Romans. During the Middle "Ted" W eimer, Hardy's football THE HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE.

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PEl{U. NEBRASKA. WED NESDAY. APRIL 9. 1924.

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Cl asses w ill asse mble at 2 p.m. Hi gh Sc hool: Hig b School and Mt. Ve rnon g rounds , a nd slop e south of library. Freshme n: Th e athle tic slope. Sophomores: Campus prope r. Juniors-Seniors: Athle tic field. Wie ne r roast, athletic fi eld. 6: 00 p. m.

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These slips h ad various comanthemums an d st1·eamers of va1·ious sharp, every fac ult y m emb er and mands w r itten u pon t hem, a nd as a ' co lors. every student f rom t h e co llege ancl r esult everybody step ped livel y or The p1·ogr am was p lanned :1s fo l- t r aine rs, is to help clean up the Peru did foolis h t h ings. Mr. Yerkes, whose lows: campus as i t h as nev er been ;one sig n sa id , " Step on my toe if you A s hort comed y, " T he Li ghthouse after b~fore, fo r we w ant it to look dare," lost per f ectly good sh ine on I Keepe1·s." was read by Esther Keefer its ve ry best w hen gradu ation tim~.> his shoes, fo r h e was surrounded by I many who accep ted t he d ar e. Mr. w h ile t he fo llowin g c h a racters "acted 1comes rou nd. P ROFESSOR ALF R ED C RAGO. The campus h as been divided into Gilkeso n's arm w as p ainfully in jur ed t h e p a r ts;" K arn ie S undell, Ad nee PROFESSOR W . F . HOYT. Hami lton , E ll a T e ic h , Alice Sor en-on , fou r section s for the occasion and because of his note, "Shake my Viva Mars h a H a nd Nellie Pie rc.:. cer tain c lasses app ointed for cleanin g h and ." Eve r yon e did-and quite enProfessor Alfred Crago, h ead . of I Read in g - "Th e Base Ba ll .::tyry," each section. Th e hig h school ~;amp- ergetically too. Then, ther e was one Profe~sor W. F. Hoyt, head of the the department of psych ology, IS a I Helen Mill er h d t Mt V ernon h all and b f th f It t h a t really department of chemistry, is a !llon of . M h II a nd us, t e yar a . • ' mem e r o e acu y k h I f s ' d 1.b le lNe b ras a sc oo man ? con. ' er. Pi a no d uet -Vi va ars a the slope b ehind t he library, are to nsked almost too m uch f or some. P e, education and experience. He reexper ience. He re.c eived hi s t>... B . Be m ice B1·eckenrid ge. be cared f or by t he p u p ils of the - well-Mr. J ind r a r equested 1 i ut cei ved h is A. B. and his A. M. fro111 and his A. M. from the University of An enj oyable evenin g was spent in traini ng schoo l. The c ampus p r oper, some one t e ach h im " H ow to bill a td Ohio W esleyan; the latter degref} he Nebraska; the latter degr ee h e re- p laying- games a nd dancing. af ter between Mt. Vernon a nd t he oave- coo." T he r e h as b een m u c h specu- received in 1905. ceived i n 1916. Education has a\- whic h r efreshments we1·e served. ment is the territo ry assign e d tn the iation as to w h om did it succ:ssf ull y! P rofessor Hoyt started teachiu~ ~n ways been h is fie ld; psycho logy h as Th e n ,yes, o h yes! t h e li ghts blinked co lle~e sop homer es. T he ath!etk Af ter all h ad e ntered well mto t h e t he public schools. He taught ,ll been his specialty. 10:30, a n d "All's well that ends wt>ll." fie ld slope. si nce it i~ a bout the big- spir it of t h e par ty by this game, the Lowellville, Ohio, Greenville, PennProfesso r Crago had charge of va-l gest job, is to be h and led by the ~i ~:: - sec ond part of t h e prog r am began.\ sy lvania , and Glendive, Montana. He rious Nebraska sc hoo l systems be- ~ CLA YB UR N ON IMMIGRATION. gest class-the fres hmen. T he JUn- All were marched to t h e assembly began hi s college teachin g in Collcgifore he entered college teach ing. He - -iors and senio r~ together , are to clean room. Here t h ey were d ivided .i11to \ ate Institute, New York. After three superintended at Tob ias, Rando lp h, At t he meetin g of t h e Young Men 's . t he athletic field. The various gronps six rrroups. Each group was g 1ven vears in t his college he moved to and Central Ci ty From Central City. and Young W omen's Ch r.istian Asso- 1 ar e to be su b -div ided into squads ~f fifte~n min utes to prepar e n. ~tu n t. i{ ansas Wesleyn.n where he stayed where he had been for f o u r yea1·s. h e t:iations, W e dn esd a y, A pril 2, P rof es- 1 ten each, with a stud ent leader 111 and such stunts! From Kansas Wesley1 fo r ten years. came to Peru as principal o~. t~e so.r A. ~· Clay~.urn wa~ t he .spe~ke.r. l eac h squad . The c lass spons~rs w ill "The K ap e ring K azoolas" kazooled I :m he came tv replace Prof~%Or 1 ~.rain ing sc h ool. Mter one yea1. 111 H1s topic was, The St1ange 1 Wl thm be with their classes. and w1th the for their number, and between stunts. Brownell in 1910. He has been -:>ne l!ll8. he ·was made s uperintendent. O u r Gates." Mr. Cl a.yburn t r eated other f aculty members will be div id- wonderful musicians! of t he most loved membei'S of the And in 1919 h e replaced F. M. G!·e~,; g immigration f rom a differen t stan.d - ed among the various gro ups. "Minerva's Mail" br ough t fo r t h f acu lty at P eru since that date. as head of the psychology deoart- point t h a n t h at we h ave h ear d di sA t ruck w ill be in use all t h e after- many a laugh. 1t is hoped that t~10se Several pamphlets and manun~s ment. cussed by debator s so often. . nc1on, to carry off t h e r u bbish . and il. rece ivin " h er sage -advice, be11eln.ted 1 ben~· the name of W . F. Hoy t. l t IS Fo.r two summers the professor has M1·. Claybu m im pressed u pon his is b ou"nd to be kept btisy. by it. (M 1·. P ate acknowledged t~ a 1rumored t hat he has the manu.script studied in University of Chicago. He audience the importance t~at imMr Clayburn, w ith the assist ance few, his igno r a nce(?) of th e 1dent1ty cop y for a text that may be 1ssued. th i.,; summe1· m igration has ·always had 1.n ou r of his bo y scouts. w ill attend to col- of Minerva. H e was duly enl ight- ~ under the title of "Fundamentals of will attend Chicag-o quarter in preparation for his doc- his t or y ; t he ch a n ge ~h.at It . has Jectin g an d ch e ck in g out tools for ened !) Chemistry." His lectures have al1 tor's deg-ree. His work in menta l and wroug ht upon our r e h g10n, society, use. \lr/f' hope that the town people "The adventur es of Capt ain J ohn l ways been popular on and off the rducational measurements h as rec~iv - indust r y . e d ucatio n. a nd stand ard~ ?f \ wi ll co -ope r ate with 'the stud ents by Smith" were exc it ing to say t h e least. campus. ed much commendation i n eastern Ji v ing. "At t h e b as.e of e ve r y CIVIl- loaning them ~pades, r al<es, etc. "T he Ri p p lin g Revue ," and " P e1·u's 1 Recen tly he has done ization stand t h e ide als of the people I After t he work is done , ev er yo ne Rialto" brought forth much applause 1TEN N IS COURTS R E ADY Neb,·aska. work in t he Falls City, Auburn, and and thei r stan d a r ds of liv ing." T he is \u go to t he athletic fi eeld, al s ix -:-with th e excep tion of a f ew w ho FOR THE M EMBE RS Shubert se hools. stand ard of li v in g has so pr.o~ound o'clock for a bi~ student-f aculty p it - saw themselves on the stage. - -an influence u p o n t h e probability of nic and wiener r oast. It is to b e unG roup E , surel y k new h ow to "Step T he tennis courts at the south end ------t h e attai nment of many ideals t h at der the di rection of. Miss Ebersole, on It." T hose who have never had 1of t h e athletic field are now read y CORA JOHNSTONE BEST it is con sider ed b y some t h e .m.ost so we know th ere w ill be something· t he opp or t uni ty to vis it t he manag - ! for members of the tennis club. ON UN BL AZED TRA ILS f u nd am en tal f acto r i n determmm g ! crood to eat. er's office of a. t~eatri cal . c~ ncer~, j Those wishing to use th~ courts 01· t h e q u a li ty of a co u ntry's ci vil~zation. l' "' were g iven a fmr 1dea of 1t m \.hiS ; wishing to enter the spnng tournnMr. Cl aybur n said," U nderl ym g t~e 1924 PER UVIAN'S RANK. stunt. T he beauty, g r ace, etc.,dem· l me nt, should join the club by giving· The second numbe t· of the bu d get idea ls of a n y nati o n. and th e material I ons.tr ated b y those applying for p a r ts t h eir names to Helyn H umbert, secevents ob tained from outside talen t s u ccess of t h e in di viduals makin g up The '24 Pent.vians nr e going to be kept the aud ie n ce in a continu a l state ' retary, 0 r D avid Coste llo , p r esident. was greatly enjoyed by t h e au dience a nal.io n a r e d ete rmi ned by t he vary- I just w h at ever y one e xpec ted that of laughte1·If t h e membership warrants the exlast F riday nigh t. April· 4: D 1... B est ing capac ities of t h e race~ t h at mak~ I t hey would be, unde r the mailageT he even ing c a me to. ~ p erfect pense, t he fo ur co urts will be kept in is one of the few moun tam c li mbers u p t h e civ ilization . I t IS not t h ment whic h thev h ave had. It will clo~e wi t h ref reshments of 1ce c ream, t he b est of condition. T hese c r>urts in this countr y. She is a member of J acob B es!'es. w ho can ~ffect ~h: rea! I be hard to finci a. co ll ege .1nnual cake and cotTee w hi ch were serv.ed sh ou ld take care of all members. lf. the Alpine club of both Canad a a nd prob lem. or mflu e n ce I esu lts It IS the wh ich will su r pass t hem. T hey ,·ank, in the ,·ooms of th.e Home Economtcs how ever, certain hours of the . day England. She is perh aps t h e best mass, the vas t inflow of some 33·- as com pa 1·ed wi th boo ks of the ~ame Department. T he Ice cream and cak~ finds the courts crowded, ~he ofT1cers known personage of h er k in.d i n t h e 0 00,000 of str angers of a ll r aces and size. extremely h igh in sp ecia l fea we re made i n t he c lass color s, ambei ! w ill make arrangements about ,1oslworld. The stereoptican s h des a nd their p1·ogency in less than a c·en- t . nnd lavend er. . I ing hou rs. movies which helped to mak e her en - t ury, who will co u nt as th~ .supreme u~e~~ of t he mos t nutstandin~ of W ith a rousing cheer f or t he tramSome time this month the commi ltertainment so delightful were .tak e n problem." The three condlb ons t~~t t hese f eatures is in the art wo r k. The in!! school fn.cully t h e student teach- tee will arrange the spring tP. nnis by her pal. Aud r ey Forfa r S~1pp ant, con t r ol or d eter mi ne . peop.les abJII- Editor heav ed a t r emendo us s ig h ers went home feeling t hat after all, : tou mament. The spring tourn<l lllent and t itled and arranged by D 1. B :s · t ies are: 1, race a nd t n h er.lt~nce, 2·· when early in Septembe r of · 2:s he The facu lty a re really a lot of fu~, p romises to be much better than the They are the first pictures ~h1ch health an d e ner g y , 3., t r a mm g and thought of the sp le ndid art worl< in I n t hey know r igh t well how to p lay f all tou1·nament. And there was a nave been taken in these particul ar social e nvi ronmen t. . . the previous book wh ich he felt hP and run . . good deal of keen competition in the The comp a riso n of a .~ atJOn. With must sul·pass at a ll hazzar ds. How- They can take a jok e, and J.pve one fa ll tournament, especially in the 1 pa~hen asked why she does th~s Mrs. a k nif e was c lear c~t. Inhent~nce eve r . no sooner had Paul R eeves .·een too 1 mi xed doubles, which Mr. Beck and d t h at 1t w as dete 1·mines .t he qu ali ty of steel, 50• appo·1nted Ar t Editor for the '.24. hoo. k When lt comes to enterta~ning, t hey 1 Miss Minne won from Mr. Costello Best jokingly a nswere h th kno w what to do. a nd Miss Humbert after the c losest to keep her youthful f igure and en- he says, healt h and en er~y w e. .e 1 t han t he adamant of art d1ff1culty 1 thusiasm the two most i mportan t t h e b lad e is sharp o~· d~ ll , and tt a~ n- began to dissolve. ML Reeves has So here's to the f acu lty of old Peru. of str u ggles. The ladies' singles t itle h' . ' l'fe But seri ously s h e ex- intr wheth e r t he k mfe IS used skill- ~ now created for t h e coming p roduc- - - -·-- - · was neve1· decided ; so the spring· 1 1 t ~gsdmh t 'ur country is at ~t p lace f ull y or 'unskillfu ll y. . . I lion somethin"' w hich is not on iy HIGH SCHOOL TRACK. toum ey w ill decide that c.hampionp hame t a 0 one needs more recrea· id ualistic "in 1tself, . b ut an '·a ea The two co n d't' 1 10n s r esu ltm "'cr f rom . i ndiv sh ip Such Iad y rae k e t w1e Jders as :~ ~r:n~ve;~ngs of this sort to h elp II t h e ineffi cient w orkme n of t he .. Umt- ~ which has never befo re been used i'l Co ach Yerkes call f or tr ack lnen Misses Blankenship, P almer, Minne, ...o t l'fe's problems. Sh e i n - e d States a r e : a n enormous labor colle<re annuals. He has created brough t forth sp lendid results; ~~- ~ Gockley, Humbert, Klepser, Kurt?., 1 'nem mee h I t as a rule people use turnover" and ·m e If'ICiency · a nd ex - someth "' ing whic h wi ll ·make t he boo' 1 teen men respon d e d WI'th a spp·1t a n d Ware will be regular attenuants • 1 ~orms us/ft~ of ;heir energy. travagance in government.. Mr: Clay- : distinctive. It has been, t h at w hic h alway;; brings success. , I at the courts. 1 JUstH~~e~i~ten.et·s were taken on an 1 burn s howed th at t h e 1m mt grants 1 thru origina l d esig ns serving as G len Gilkeson , our n ext year~ A Men' s toumey will also be arh the Rockies; coming fr om the nor t h. E uro.pean 1 f,·a, mes for t he subdivision sneet basket ba ll captai n and f or mer truck ran ged for t he spring ter m. From imaginery tr ip throug h 1 h e m tel h' h h I h as h :>tarting at Palacer Pass t h ey w :re countries h a v e a m uc . u g. r . - · sketches, that M1·. Reeves bas . star of Clay Cente.r 1g sc oo • last fall's teams there ~re sue m.en taken south. It is hard to rea 11~e ligence t h a n t hose .m1 gratm.g f l om brc. ught to t h e 19~4 .Pe,·uv i ~n l)olh · been a pp ointed ass1st ant coac h of t h e as professors · Cr ago, Claybur n, J m1 'd d our co u nt1 y Ital y, P ortugal, Spa m , Russia an d h al·mony a nd contmu1\.y wh1ch has fly ing demons. He r ep ort.s tha t they dra, and Beck, a nd Messrs. .c ostello, t hat has e . nature . , in proVI beautiful scener y Poland. . drawn comment from respo11'li b l e a1·e worki ng h a r d, a n d. WI II so? 11 d e - Ha nsen and Hoyt; and . h es1cI es t I'.e 1 1I n ew materia l that will Sign up . th is With as amaz g y t h e screen. The O utwardly i t may seem t hat ou.' bus iness organ i7.ations. velop into a winning aggregati on. tal P a lm" re- American culture is the same as It I n co njunction w ith t he fore}.';oing James Delze ll, a n · old m an ~t th e I spring. . . as '~as t hrown ~.~ dacJer ~am~~me ~~s such an extent was f ifty year s ago, ~ut when ~ne feature is anoth er of equal in:por t-1 game,is hitting his same old stn~e a t The officer s of the c lub ar~ tryliiJ:.' :-;embled Jts . k ' self in the alizes it "we perceJve astoundmg d quality It is that of t h e the l(, . mile. W e expect t.o h ear r;reat to sc hedule team matches agmnst Net h o e could thm ones an . ~~ b p ·a t h "C tal King ." I canh anges in its spint. ." F or m. st a nce ance m me rc ial art wo r k done by th e thin gs of J nme:>. braska City and Au urn. rest en . at n " tanl halls of t e rys d of Jaws we co ) - Dr. Best would make us feel . par- ~ from a very meager co e (Continued on last page.) (Continu e d on last p age. 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intendents. One b oard con su lted with a Linco ln a ut hority on su ch matters and m ade the r ather startling stat ement t hat they wo uld p ay an ext ra E n tere d a t t he P ost offi ce at Peru, Nebraska as s econd-class m a tter· thousand dollar s a year in s alary if they cou ld find a " r eal Christian" Published Weekly by the Peru State Te ac hers College fo r s uperintendent. Wha t they me ant, was a m an who S ing le co py 5 cts. $ 1. 00 p e r year. ~------------------ co uld devote nine m ont hs of the year If y ou d o not r €ce ive y our P ed agogian lea ve noti ce in the P edago - to the schoo ls a nd thxee mont hs t o welfa re wot·k amon g· th e pupils, all R'illn box in the Adrninh;tration builriing. the t ime g iving t hem a n example of virile, uplift ing, s ti mula tin g m a nEdi t or hod. They said t hat t hey didn' t wan t GE:O. R. WIL LY Bu s iness Manager 1 a nam by-p amby re lig ionist, but a two D AVID COS TELLO Campus fisted c hap who d idn't u se tobbaco, EME LIA NO VOTN Y Ca mp us who didn't h ave t he soc ial bu g , and MARION MARS H wo uld take inte rest in doin g away Or ga ni zat ions C R YST AL MEY ER . . with ch ea t ing a nd would fr own on O rgam zatJOn s ! dishon esty at ever y step in t he r oad MYRL E MRICK Per so nal s ! Fo r t he r ight man they would pay I{U TH S A N D E LL P e r sona ls a t ho usand dollar s above t he market H ELY N HU M B~RT C lasses for a to wn of their size. They h ad MILDRED PATE C lasses eight men that t hey wer e Joking up. G RkCE MEIT Z Th ree we r e scratched at t h e s tar t DO R OTHY WAD E Circulati on on acco unt of cigan t cs. T h at is as S pec ial R e po rt e r s : Lucy Arm s tr on g , Lo ui se H a rri s, Be rm ce f ar as the s tory c an be t old. Even in its in comp lete fo rm it is an in terLew is , H e le n J on es, Merritt Whitten . estin g i'ncident. - Neb r. State J our n al

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THREE PER UVIANS AMONG a lmos t mir aculously s aved b y a r amPROMINENT C AN DIDATES ous Ameri ca n surg eon. I Ead Cli ne will make the Univ ers· Three l? ya l Peru v_ians ar e amo ng 11 it y of Neb r aska one of t he b est rethe p romment candtd ates f or state gents t h at instit ution ever bo asted. As k· Ot oe Coun l y. uffices. J u dge Cha.d es B. Letton '79, and W . C. P arnott, '96, ar·e c an- 1 did ates fo r· s up r eme co urt judge; 1 FACU LTY MEMBER S IN PRINT. l~ad Cline, '07. is a canci itl ate for re- 'I _ __ g-ent of the state universi t y. Two of the at·tic les in the current Judge Letton h as been p romi nen t , r: um ber of the Nebraska Edu catio n~ ! in Nebrask a f or years. He came to ; J oum al ar e by the m embers of the the sup r eme bench fro m th e distr ic t Pe ru fac ulty. Presid en t W. R. Pate bench; a nd he has been on t he su - has his f ar ewell address in the .Joump r eme be nch fo r eig h teen yem·s. a l. He has j ust served a successfu l J ud ge Let to n is one of the t r us tees term as pt,eident of t he State Te acher s' Assoc iation. Prof. W. F. Hoyt of t he Alumn i. Association. Ju dge P arriott . '96, was co u nty su- has an inte t·estin g a rticle on t he pcrintendent of Ne.m ah a County for 1 te ach ing of chem istry. Supt. H. H. two te rms, co unty Judge two terms. Li n n of La urel h as a n article worth a nd a memb er of t h e legislatu re. reading. Mr. Lin n is a Peru vian. An d h e was a member of the supreme co urt co m mi ~s i o n. He is k nown in , CHAP E L N OTES. f er·u as Wi ll. . t : The ch apel p r ogram f or Mo nday. End Cline, '07, n ow a p r ommen : consisted of devotion al ser vices led l:y Mr. Gil keso n an d musical select i 1ns b y Miss Est h er Hoyt . Her select ions wet:e "Birds on the W ing" , and "Star lig h t" . Her en core was "Tying I Apples to a Lil ac Tree." These num1 ber s were greatly apprec iated b y t he s tudents. We dnesday Mr. Pa te co nducted the devot io nals followed by a short t alk by Mr. Gil keso n on th e clea nin g of t he cam p us. The chape l t im e was t hen turned over to the Jun ior s, a I comedy song was su ng by four of th e J unior g irls dressed as men d warfs. 1T he ac tion of th e dwarfs wer e s uch t hat t he au dience was kept laug hing d u r in g the enti re son g and encot·e. Miss Tea t· led t h e d evotional f or F r·iday, Dora Joh nson Best then gave a t alk on some of h er travels an d expe l'i ence in mou nta in climbing a nd boating. Miss Best g ives t wo reasons f or he t· ad venturesome life which she E AR L CLI NE. clnimes a r e nec cssa t·y fo r eve t·yone. Lin co ln attorn ey, is a cand id ate f or T hey at·e to keep her en thusiasm and· regent of the U nivers ity of Neb raska . the kee ping of be t· yo uthfu l f ig·ure. Mr. Cline b eg un his teaching u nder Miss Hest is t hE' on ly woma n and one Presiden t Pale, when the president of a very f ew p eop le who h ave ever was super intende nt at S idney. Mr. 1 gone t he f u ll le ng t h of th e Columbia Cli ne was principal. L ater he be- 1 ri ver. Miss Bests talk was v ery interCli me s uperin tendent a t Geneva and esting and we h op e to h ear he r ag ain. t hen at Nebraska City. After tak ing ! his law deg ree at Neb r aska, he star t- ! AN EXTRA THOUSAND DOLLARS ed pr11cticing. 1 Seve ra l schoo l bo ards were r ep reWh en t h e W or·ld W ar en tan g led senled at the r ecent m eeting of the America, Mr . Cline we nt to t he offi - d elegate assem bl y of th e state teachcer·'s training schoo l at F t. Snelli ng, e rs' association. Th ey ws an ted to look and w11s commissioned a captain . In ov er the materia l wit h a vi ew to t he St. Mih iel dri ve, while lead in g his str·engt h ening th eir teac hing staffs men, he was s hot in t he head an d w11s and especia ll y to gel. st r·o n ger· s uper·

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·One of t he most d istinc ti ve fe atu res of a dist inctive co llege is its dis ti nct ive c ampus. There is a certain distinction abo ut t he campuses of Colu mb ia and Chi cago , bu t it is not th e d istin ction th at makes o n r emember as he remem bers Ha r va rd Ya rd , stately P rinceton, pict uresque Ric hmond, or Span is h-mossed F lorida. Colleg es boast of th eir campuses from Por tl and to Portla nd , f r om Key W est to Mackin ac. I n the g re at state of Nebraska no co llege has so di stinct ive a campus as Pe ru. Sealed on t he blu ff a mid t he blue g rass and under t he m ig hty oaks, o ve rloo ki ng t h e Missouri River, Per u h as a site to be remembered as Lhe yea r·s pass by. Hon. E. A. Wins hi p, of Boston, on ce said th at Peru h ad t he m ost beautifu l campus of a ll st ate nor mal schoo ls. Natut·e h as been kind to P eru and h as g iven t he "li ttle city among the hills" a remar kab le :::etlin g . We who are fortun a te enou gh to wand er over t he hills and across the c amp us must show ou r love a nd t·espect f or nature by doing our v er y bset to keep the Pe ru camp us " a t h ing of b eauty and a joy f or evet·."

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The Per u Bobcats will co mpete on I t he track f or the first time in t he CHINA-AMERH.:4.N IMPORTING long histo ry of t h e instit ut ion. C')ach Ill Wes t 68th St. Ne w \'ork Lon R. G r af h as de ve loped a mile r elay team t h at he h as en te r ed in t h e the Kansas Un ivers ity r elays on April 19. ·The coac h will t ak e fi ve men f or t hi s co mpetit ion: E die, Thorpe, ~ad­ den Con kle a nd Majo r s. Edie, t he P awnee spe edster, has done th e q.l arter in 52 1-5 seco nds on the dirt t r ac k. "Ch ief" T ho rpe dogged his hee ls and fin ish ed i n 53 seconds. Madden and Majors we re n ot f a r beh ind. Orvi lle Conkle, who h as b een coming out lately, won h is lett er a t Linc:oln High, and is a sprinter of abi lity. Hoy in t he ja velin, W eimer and Reeves in t h e s hot put, W hitt en in th e discus, T horpe in t h e half-m ile, Edie and Wiles in t he j umps, Madd en in the vaulting , Majors in the hu rdies, and Cowell in t he distances h.tve Price List u p to been showing c.lnss. Rosi!S p e r d oze n T he dual t rack meet wit h T arkio Colleg e at P eru on Ma y 2 promises Ca rna t io ns to be a landmark in track athletics Sna p Dr agon at Peru. The Conference meet will Narcissus be held a t Hastin gs, May 10.

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There will be a c alled meeti nl{ of t he facu lty bar nyard go lf club in th e alley between the Club House and President Pat e's residence any evening· at 5:00 o'cloc k. The meet ing is called to consider several p ressing matte rs. Various members of th e club h ave as ked to h ave Reg istr at· Overh olt and Miss· Minn'e r at ed as Class A p layers. Another matter is q uestionin g th e leg ality of Miss Royce's side -delivery. Miss Rhin eh art wis hes to have settled wh ic h foot m ust tou ch th e st ake. And t hen t here are several bills to be p r esent· ed, among which is a b ill from P rofessor Bec k for the d estructio n of t he garden. Budget event or 25 ce nts.

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Th e Junior a nd Senior ·c1asses h~ld a joint meeting lasf Thursd ay ~venin g, a nd t he best of · ·co·- operation was ; h own upon t he part. of bo th classes. The q11est ion of selectin g a permanent A. B. em1H~·iri ' w'as thebig f eature of the evening The emblem h as been select ed a nd ·We·· hope t h at the other classes of t h e · College will accep t it as bei ng the best s election ., :~ . :p ossible. J The next important qu estion t!.at was t ak en up was a Junior-Senior , "dinner." Th e p lans have been ar ran ged and everything ·points toward success as well as p leasure in the camp of the .Juniors and Se niors. After a few 'other matters of lesser importanc e h ad been attended to we adj ourn ed, all feelin g· t h at we had accomplis hed something worth whil<! We as members of the Junior ard Senior c lasses wis h the Fresmen ~tn d Sophomores the g rea test of s uccess in t heir comin g banquet, anci hope t h a t some day they w ill appreciate a . Jnui or-Senior dinner.

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They know i t a nd h ave been prepar minu te. Edna Klinge r LoUise Rummel . . They WI'II answer restl'ic1924 PERUVIAN'S RANK. 1ng for 1t. Eye, Ear • N ose and Throa.t Championship Class. of immigration by divising new office over Buck ' s B o?tene tio n Peru, Miss P almer. (Con tinned [rom tbi rd page) ways or b y stren gthening t h e . old Phone 6 9 N ebr · CJ ty Richard Cole, Oma ha, Royal, 65 4- l '>. Stacia Robinson Gl adys J o rgensen Arlc 1·afts Engrav ing Co. of St. Jo- ways of enco u raging, stimulatu~g,: L--,.!:~~~~~~-~~~~~~ Anna Margarel Brech t, F alls City, Margaret Dahlstrom sep h. T hey have c reated four rwo- . and perpetu atin g the na~u~al persis~ \ Woodstoc k, 49 H -15. Syrac use, Miss Neff. Patro nize o u r Alvin Reimer co lo1· main d ivis ion s heets, which, II tence of racial charactenst1cs. amon, Leon Richardson, Falls City, lJJider- DeFo1'est West Mabel Balfour when added to t he coming book, will the various raci a l elements 111 our adver t isers. wood, 118 6-Ui. Genevieve Dav.is Alice Bo rd ersson, Omaha, ::imith. in lifting thee g o a ilconsiderable Ashland, Miss Vivia n .Dillman. comp ation out ofways the small colleg 44 6-15. Junior Class. Ruth Scott Ferne Kiddie annual class. T hese drawing-s are 1 ::::~~:::::::::::::::;;:~;;~~---------i Dorot hy Custer, Nebraska f~ity, Ma rie Mefl'ord Louise Albe rs not of stern commercial type, a;; one • r: 1 may imagine, but embody local seen- 1 S mit h , 51 14-15. I Nebraska City. Miss Alber s. • d 1 DeForest W est, Syracuse , Remi!l f~ton, , J IJ" . I ery; an i1·on bound ru le which is a - . ames ~1 ggms Dorothy Custer J he red to in everything thruout the CONCERT. El~Lbeth Sitzmann, Plattsmouth, : Evalyn Jack I book. The Edito r-in-ch iefE endoi:ses . De a rtmen t of P eru By the s t uden ts of the Pian o_ _P A ril 11 8 · 00 Smith, 49 9-15. 1 llhe work of the A_rtcra_f~s n gra·nn g PROFESSOR E. C. BECK C d th b Jt t o State Teachers College, at t he Audltonum, p ' . Evelyn J ac )<, Nebraska City, <:ndth, omp any an eu· a I 1 y o rcpr 47 11-15. duce hi s ideas in color. Then a~ai n . o'cloc k p. m. Mildred Bobbitt, Oma h a, t:•Jyal, Professo1· E. C. Beck, h ead of t he 1 t he gener al bord er, and the scene PROGRAM. 45 7-15. department of English, i ~ a P eruv ian., section border, in fact every b0rder Webb Caprice Militaire Nov ice Class. He g raduted from Pe ru m 1912 after in t he boo !<, presents a touch of the Piano Il. Piano I. Tl~ose having- had no expe n ence three year s of attendance. He took! oak and ivy leaves which ar e so f aZenas T eich 1 Rebecca Gra ha m · s A. B. at the University of Nebras: milia r to the studen ts of Peru, anc! hl with a typewritCI' prev!ous to sep1 A very S t evens .Mrs. A. Hill tembei· 1, 1923. ka, and his A. M. at Harvard, where : which all go to b1·ing out the gene ral - Foote Margaret Dahlstrom, Peru , Rent in g- he was a n Austin sc hol ar. theme-sp iri t. Romance ton, 52 6- l 5. In the publ ic sc hoo ls he taught at Along with the ot her art work, Rebecca Graham Arthur Go ldste in, Omaha, lJndet - Kennard a nd Ri~erton. :Ie ;)e~an mention' must be made of another Grieg Asa's Death hi s co llege teach in g as an mstructor momentous feature, the cartoom n g . Grieg 44 d WOO , • · • h l'd" 1 Anitra's Dance Max Rosenblat, Omaha, }{oyal. .. a. From the very sta1·t t e ..!. It<•r .. new G ri eg I n the Hall of the Mountain K ing· James Higgin s, Nebraska City, Remthat E the l Lindhal h ad not bee•1 m isMary McVay placed when she was assigned to the . .111 .,.rrt on, 39. . . Alvin a Sell< Phyllis Reiff, Omaha. R oyal, 32 10-15. : art depa1·tment. Her lettenng work S c hu berl-Liszt · I of both t his and last vear in itself Harle Hark! the Lark Spellin g . entitles her to the ?lace~ but hE:r car- ,' .Marion Ma1·sh Olive Willi ams , Omah a, :)9.5 toomng put:s her m a class by hei·S ch uett A La Bien Aimee Harry Goldman, Omaha, !>3.5 self. You will be anxious w leam Opal Jackson Bernice Wel ch, Omaha :J3.25 the campus secrets which ar e dis- 1 L ow Helen . Clineberg, Aubur n, tn.25 closed in her page of monog r ams, Serenade P ian o II. Iris Fenne l. Aubu rn. ~i2.1:2G an'd her r epresentation of funny •:amPiano I. O p al J ackson Emily Kern s, Aubum, 91.25 pus happenings would make a heartMary McV ay en freshman sob wit h joy. Think b rok McDowell Penma nship. Song to the Sea of the effect on sen iors or f a.:ulty 1 Alvina Selk Home Work. (who a 1·e. wis~ eno~g h t? under Edna Kling-e1·, Plattsmouth. Pade r ewski stand ). M1ss Ltndh al IS also m c!'Jarge Minuet Lennea Sterner. Omaha. Ma1·y McVay of the painting of the Ex Libris fo r Louise Rummel , P lattsmouth. the ?ooks. A little surprise awaits S uppe P oet a nd Peasant Helen Westcott. Platsmouth. you tn t hese. Pian o II P iano I Gladys Jorg ensen, Peru. Marion Ma r s h 1 Mary McVay Contest. TE NN IS COURTS READY Opal Jackson Alvina Selk . . FOR T HE MEMBERS I Edna Klin ge1·, Pl attsmo uth. in Eng lish in the Umvers1ty of Ne - \ Lennea Ste rn er, Omaha. Budg-et ti cket or 25 cents. b1·aska.. Then , for . two. ·vears he was -Helen W estcott, Plattsmouth. , ( Continue d from secon d page ) su perv 1 so~· of English 1n :·Ie Montana Costello promises that the P eru C\.mLouise Rummel. Plattsmouth. State No1 mal Coll~ge, _Dtllon. T~1en mercia) Club has a team to cross :·ue- 1 G l ::~dys Jorgensen. Peru. he went to the U_mvers1ty qf Flonda. que ts with the co llege men. Any ~ ---------------------------------S horthand. where he was acting h ead of the E ng- tennis clu-b wishing to test t h eir m..;tNovice Class. lis h d epartment for seve n su m me1·s tie may write to David Costel lo at Dictation taken at the rate of 65 and associate p r ofessor of Eng lish ! Peru. wo rds per minute. f or_ four years. l n 19,23rr l~e came _Lo If thet·e is an y demand, the dub T he t lu·ee columns of figures de- P eiu as head of the En, l!s h depm t- wil l be g lad to run a tournament Styles So Smart note, speed, accuracy an d aver age. ment. for novices who begin playing· this Frances Whitney, Omaha 100 97 \l9 P rof essor B_eck is_ respons ible for spring. That toumey will be run in They overshadow even Ernestine Dunaway, Omah a 100 lJ6 98 se veral magaztne articl_es; _and h e has May. Or t he club will be glad to their astoni~hing l!:dwar d Albert. Omaha 100 !i6 98 d~ne a g re.at deal _of mstlt~te work. , run a special high school tourney, if I Faye Woods, Falls City 100 'J3 97 His hobby IS athletics. He IS a letter the hio-h sc h oo l stude nts care to join Low Price. Iris Fenne l, Aubum 100 93 97 man at Peru, was chairman of the I the cl~b in numbers that will make Here are slippers in wh ic h any Edith Wulf, Auburn 100 SS 94 n_th letic comi~Iittee at 'F lorida Univ_er- , such a tournam ent practicable. young lady may wear w i th pride DeForest Wes t, Sy racuse 100 87 94 1Sl~Y and cha~rman of t~le state high · Auyone who w0uld like to leam Stacia Robinson, P eru 100 87 93 sc " 0 1 ath letics. committee of that the p opular game of ten nis may leave on an y occa sion. Alv in Reimer, Syracuse 100 l:!O 90 st:.~e. h is name with Miss Humbert and the Shoes with as much class as ' Effie Stevens, Auburn 100 75 88 club will undertake to furnish an man y m uch hi gh e r p r iced ki nd s - and w i th an assurance o f qualit y Gl!tdys Adams, Fulls City 100 ()7 84 HIGH SCHOOL TRACK. instructor. Misses Blankenship, Mi nth at m aked the p r·ice doub ly tem pt in g . Elsie Nelso11, Plattsmouth 100 C6 8::l ne and Palmer and Messrs. Cr!'tgo, Continued from first p age.) Clay burn and Beck w ill g ive what Dictation taken at t he rate of 50 Priced ~t $4.00 to $7.50 . James Bogle, anoth er old man of the time the.y can to instruction. The words per mi nute. Ruth Patto n, Pl attsmouth, !10 8!5 88 Pem H~gh, is showin g up well in office rs of t he club will inskuct Pearl Held, P lattsmo u th, 90 '12 81 t he 1-lm le l"lll1: • • whenever members want their s~rvSara Simonton, Falls City 90 -4 72 George Lavig ne IS sh owmg his ices and they are free to instruct. i) ability at t:h e 100 yard d ash , and The sp r ing tennis seaso n promises Dictation taken at the rate of 35 p r oves to be a capable and depen,~ - to be the b est in the history of the •• fhe home of Good Shoes" words per minute. able man. spo1·t in Peru. A list of t h ose e lig ible and Mari e Mefford, Ashland 80 49 65 Bert Willinms is another sprinter to use the a thletic field courts w ill oe who makes the cinders fly. Keep a publ ished in the P edagogian in the The fo llowing are the students that "J\rrowh ead" Hosiery ankle cling. near future. Those wishing their took part in t he commerci~ l .:ontest, close tab of Bert. Charles Dallam, a middle distance names on t he list should make certain N ~br· aska E.ity, Neb. District No. 2, which was held at the Peru State Teac hers College, March man, is working hard , and is p1·ess- by seeing Miss Humbert. in g th e older men to t h eir limit. 28, 1924. Everett llc ywood is no doubt the CLAYBUR N ON IMMIGRATION. From Omaha, Miss Burke, instructor. squad's all-round man, being especiRichard Co le, Alice Bordesson all y efficient in th e broad jump and Continued from first page.) Edwnrd Albert At·thur Goldstein the %-mile. BE A GOOD CORRESPONDENT w i th the H e a cock have become the "most begover ned Georg-e Cla ry, anoth e1· old man at people on eart h." Our respect for Max Rosenblatt Phy liss Reiff Plan and ea rn_ a good income while learning; w e sh ow Mlidred Bo bbitt Gordo n Harmon the t r ack game is again d oing good law h as decreased as r apidly. Our you h?w; beR" m act u a l work at once ; all o r spare t ime; Ol ive Williams Harry Goldman work. laws are inefficient to cope w ith the expenence u nne c~s~ary; n o canvassing· s end f . , or parLewis Wigg ins, one of Gilkeson's num erous peop les because of race Ber eniece W elch Francis Whitney ticu lars. Newswrners t r aming Bl;lreau, Buffalo , N . Y. Ernestine Du n away L ennea Sterner most faithfu l workers, w ill soo n be- and these nati onalities interp r et our come one of the leadin g "!>~-mi l e run- laws differ ently and we are unF alls City, Miss Miner. ners. for tun atily help less. Sar a H. Simanton fTladys Adams William Anville is holding up llis In conclusion, M1·. Clayburn stated Faye Woods Geor ge StJ-nwhun athletic caree1· by putting the shot that, "in view of what has happened i---~--:~~::~~~~-~--------~~~::~~~~;; E lizabeth Barton Anna M. 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Thehard P e1·uatCommunity Chorus h a!! N o w ork , N o E ats, was t he slogan I As we I1ear rumors of the 1924 P ebeen wo1·k for many weeks, adop ted by the clea n-up commi t tee ruvian go in g to press in splend id j nn d h ave th e Ontori · L ' u ab ou t I·ead Y ' and by the looks· of the campus eve 1·y' 1 s I1a p e and ·111 good t 1me, and nlso of P•·e se nt to th e public. La!>t year one must h ave worked. The campus "The 1924 Peruvian's Rank" (we ret 111S hc 110J'US · h" . presented "Tl1e Mess1a , does look fine. a 11y wond e red which of i ts t wo posi1 .0 t edenJ~ymen t of the people of Pe- J The Boy Scouts, u nder the d irec- Lions the a po;;t rophe was ho1di ~p· this 1'tu an ne. P.,. · · n of contrac tion OJ' ' oJ I. . "' hhoring towns · 'f h'IS year • L1· m of Mr. Clayburn, h ad cnllcctecl 11me. t I~e ~ ~g. 1CitWI."11 Sin ""' A lf1·ed R · Ga ul's "H o 1Y a b out sevev nty-five rakes, ten hr cs, ' posse~s10n · ?) . we a Ise begin 10 hear ' 1• twenty-five spades and six whcclbar- r umors of the 1925 Peruvian. . 1 E . 1e 0St·ntorw will be g ivven on ! r ows. Wi t h t hese tools and a force 1 The f 1·eshmen class, realizing the ~ s ter unclay. April 20. The plnce • of abou t five hundred worlH!r·s the impo1·tancc of h av ing a g ood s'tron~: WI hbe the same as 1as t year, th e M · 1camp us was c h a nged inlo what' will I ~la ff next yea r, met two weeks ago I E Thee and. the hou r. 8:00 p. m. l be the pt·ettiest campus in this part to nominate a business manager.! . PI ng 1an1 will be open to the pub- I of the state. 1 Wi ll hoft. Chnmbel'lain and :vlacld en 1 1 l1c, an 1 f or 1 Smce · . d. n o c harg e WI·11 be mace t he Sop homores a re most in- were posted as t he three highest ' aclmJSSJOn · t he camp us proper fo r nommees, · . ' as the Ch am b et· o f com- 11 terested 111 and as a result >f t he I MISS EST HER A. CLARK. 111 e :·ce IS financi~g- the und e rtakin g . I their May D ay festi vit ies they 'were election last Thursday, Willhoit se- 1 he c ho rus th1s yea.1 · b · ]' d 1 . · 1 MISS C:RACE TEAR · i\Ii ·s E -the .. C l . h . f . . 1·t db IS e m g Cl- g1ven tins to clean up and put in or- cu r e t1at most r espons1ble po! ition ~- t" f' :u 1<. ea ct 0 tne de- 1ec e Y 0. M. Good of P e m, and .as der. At two o'clock the wo 1·k began of busin ess ma nager. Ce r tain lv if 1 - -1 part men. o 1anl•uao-es ·'. "' · has be e n a 1 1ast '. year a ll th ose t a k'm g part 111 · 1t · , All were present with t h eir worh in g· others m · the ft·t•shm an class as capa· M' . IS~ G ·ace T ear, professor of men.1:e•.of .thf! ~~: u faculty fo•·tw~n-le l lhe •· ~s member·s of the chorus or , costumes on. Many new s un shad es ble as \Vill hoft. a re c hosen f,; r lhe ; pt·Jnclp les a nd methods of education. i·~,• )e.ats.h ~t-s Cl. a rk a nd Ml ~s as. so lo•sl s, are our h ome people. It l were ex hibited as well as new g loves othe r po::.itio ns on the s tall', the J!)~5 1 ha.s been at P e•·u since 1921. She •·c· PeSe~r ~e t e. Jeal pJOneet·s of the w tl l a~ befol:e be a strictly hom e tal- and overalls. The Sophc mores wcre ' "Peru vian's R an k" will b e nip and ceJved her no!·mal school diploma . : ... ~ac~.ty.. ent PI oductJOn, tho when we say d iv id ed int o g l·oups and some raked tu ck wit h that of the 192,1. I f rom Kansas State Normal. Empo•·i n, MISS C.laJ k JeceJved he r A. B . a nd home t alent, we of course inc lude t he I while the others carried leaves a nd At the same m eetin g t he f•·esh- ; and he•·. A.. B. from F ai rmount CnlA. M. fl om Lebanon College. Ohio . ~eople fro~ the College. The solois ts ' "strung wire." "Lest we shou ld f or- men nom inated candid ates f o r ed ito r- l ieg e, W• c.hJta. He•· master's deg-ree She h as done a year of gn el u ate mclude l\'!Jss E sther E. Blankens hip, get." E ac h g •·oup wo•·ked fa ithfull y in-c hief, another p~sition demand'ng • she .took 111 Columbia University. wo•·k. i~ ynive•·sity of N~b-raska a nd Mrs. E: F. Sc:~wedhel~n. Miss La ura : and Am y Kite said th at her gr oup a strong man . The nom in ees ar~ j • \•IJ ss Tear has taught in pub lic Neb I ask a gave I 'Vfackp t an g-. i\oJJ ss Lu elle Meek , For- ' worked so hard that t h ey bn. kc a P eterso n, Cunningham, C hamberlain s~ hools. both rural and !-! •·ad eel. Her anotl.cJ 111 y :1le. h n· an A. B ..d eg J·ee. . l r·est B ell and C. L. Meek, with Prof. r ake. La r ge p iles of leavves were ; el and Gaines . Th e nex t mEeti ng will . ~ J ty sc hool work was done in Wich· Her teachm o bega'1 . m Le b anon. A. E. Holc h at the o •·ga n, a nd Miss on fire and wh celbn rrows were Eeen decide between these four me n .a n y i Jt a. A.s a conse~uence, s he is emin:v he~e s~e accepted an tn~tructo rship I M~ry McVay at the pian o. takinr;' loads of lea ves and !: rin ging one of whom we fee l sure cou ld ho ld · e~nlly f1lled t.u g1ve meth ods courses. 111 bn~ !Jsh. L ater . s h e lr a nsf e JT ecl Those who ~a v~ h~ard t he rehears- 1b ack !'ome one who insisted t hat ~hey th e posit io n \'ery competentl y. 1 I rom the elementary >c.: hools sh1! ~er aft eel JOn~ to . La~111 and r e:.'1ninecl a ls a r e enth~sr ast1c m the ir p 1·aise of ! must ride. All group s in t he Sop ho- So really, we th ink that from the wen~ to Kansas St~te Normal. where JO the same mstJtutJOn. I n Hi97 s he the wo•·k bem g done by the c horus, ' more c lass d ese rve :.peci;:. l mer. tion appea rance of things t he r umo··s of she 111Structed f or SIX year s. She then came to Per•l w h e r e s h e has ;aug ht a nd repo•·t ~hat we a r e to have a ~ for the work which they accomplish- t he 1925 ann u al sound j~st as fnv o r- went to I owa State Teac hers College as m a ny Lati.1 teachers as any JWI'Son g- r eat oJ·alOI'IO t h is year. The full , ed. able as t hose of the '24. at Cedar F alls. F rom Iowa she came 1 in the state o"' Ne br aska . A:1d !>Uc.h pr·ogram will be f o und elsewhere in i L e t us now t urn our t h OU!t 11ts to to !\"'' Pe1·uTin 1921. . . · courses as that in mytho logy have L1rs 1 ISS ue. th e a thl et1c . s 1ope. By t h e c 1ouds hiSS ear made a trip to Eu rope a of 1> J B CA T RELAY T E AM been inva luabte to an y n umbc1· o f - ----·smoke that issued fr om over the !· ill E NTERS K. u. RELAYS. few sum me 1·s ag·o. She has clone con PERU PREP. LOSES \ we arc s ure th at the Freshman ditl 1~i de•·able lecture work in this stale sch ool men and women. i\m nng· he;· publications are ·'St uTHE LAST DEBATE thei•· b it, and a large b it it wa~. Coac h G1·afs l1·aveling Bobc.,t~ en - ;utd in oth er states. Her c lasses nre Manual," "Aids tn C:1eLook in g· over the hill. one co d d c;ee te rctl t he · mile relay at th e K. U. Re- a lw ays f u ll· ~ar." a nd s e\ era~ poems. The p·:ems j Tl·e Pa\\·nce City High Schoo l cl~- hces, rakes and hatchets in usc. The 1~ys to be h£'1d a t Law •·ence. April - - - - -have appeared 111 The Outlook an d bating- team won a decision over the Freshman c h anged the ath letic ~lor-e 1!). The Bobcats will •·un in the col- DRAMATIC CLUB PLAy CASTS. other magazines. At prese n t ~'be is I Demor.st n11 ion Hi g h Sc hoo l tea m t he into w hat will be a ber.uti l ul. green le!\e dass. comp e tinrr agn in, t ~uch ·111 t e rest e d Jn · t h e pu b l'JCat· 1 n u f a t Pi g- h t of the sevent h at t he Trainers 1view. sc hools as 13u11eJ· a nd Lomba1·d . The D ear De parted. 11 . S a 'sh o a n f o ell's · n T he con c h I' an not be certuin of hi s Mrs. s 1• s , c 11oo l aud itor iL:m. The question ·. •as 1' . c •·ea. 1· in g· was. hea rd in the dire<:· u P< Ill ~· I t:s ,e,; I • ta t.c1· Ruth Bloomqto i~l ' 1 I .sl 1 t f t l team, it is tJractica ll y co·t~ i 1 tl,at M S 1 • ' · 1 t1e eag ue q u estion, Resolved: Th r t JOn o 1e tenn1s courts and we seon J r. late•· Maurice nnrc· n 1 1 1 Sl)an l - - -- -· ·· 1 1 1 Rolan d "Speed" Ed ie an d Norm:\n y· · . l 'mmi g r a tion be fur t h e r •·es tt·icted nu- l aJf cove r ec t 1at L1e cou r ts were l:c in g Jrg 1111a Mar y McVay 1 ATT EN D TRAINING CONFERENCE J merica ll y in ~he Un ited States. ' put into Lhe ve ry best co n dilionn, h~' " Chi ef" Thorpe will be two <.J' tlw Mr. Mer r iweather James Conwa · . The affil·mative si d e of tl:e q u<s- l the bi~-=. iron J·o ll e r. The J uni ors nnrl qua rtet. Both of these lads lutve Mrs. Jordan Fem W,:re F one t B£'11 The Y. l\I. C. A and t h <> Y. W . C. A . lion. as is th e cust om of local Lemm. 1Sen i:>1·s were rssigned t l. e atk lelif' been doing54t he qua rte r reg u larlv in Mr. Jordan 1 Alvina Se 1k Confere n ce was held at Linco ln begin- was up held b:.· P e ru. Th e upholdPt'S 1 f ield and less thanConkl e:>econds the :o::r d . Director I b dt hey actu h ally pa ir. ted tl: e Orvville hns beenoninep:ula 1· in ning- Apl'l 11. T he Y. W. gi l'ls s e n t we1·e. - Cliffo rd Roberts, Fr·ank B'l~·. l e, , sco re d oar d ' t' sot f atthit would l;f e in practice and m ny not ma ke the : !'i]J. 'f !Jc R•' s•' ncr i\1 L 1 G the cabinet 1uo r,;. s trong·; .a n d a_ anc I 1· u 1ton 1laven pnrt , with Geo. o.-e I r:oo, con . B"' 1 oon.- Sac y rc!:ll1'Y· 11. t h e 1 C f 1b 1on or e sc.o res o next Conlde co uld be n fast man. Mad den ' PolJ' ceJnan Y. M. officer s went save Harlan f ay - la1·y. alteJ·n ate. The s uppo rters of years oot a 11 games. tewar·t Blades Otto Oaves took Mr. T ay lor's I the neg-ative. anct Per·u's opponen :.s, 1 M.r. Brown and the H igh !::ichool ancl Major s ha ve been the most 1:1\ e- Poli ceman X William Bof.( lc lor. I I d 1 1 faJ' tl1 ftJII~' 1:~. · ca ndicla tes for th e othe r tW'l posi' Ballad S ing e r Ma•·l< Ct·ancl.·tll nlace. 1were. Ch a 1· I e.:; C a l houn . Archie Mar-l1pup1 s wor ~ c· :; ng a nc . . The eleven members of the Y. W. / tin. and Ha r·,Jld Bosely, with John 1 on the Do rm itory Camp us. Mr. LJons. However. Buis in g- and G il lie- Se rgea nt Fuller Woodie . B 'd th h ~on have st arted con ring- out; and I o·11.eclo •· E 1 D 11ey p ut C. A. to attend included: Adviso •·., Morkan. al te rn ate. Mi ss M. F :u·l - 1. 1 ·rown sa1 e r eason t at t ' 5t 1e1· el7.cll h D Ll'C'Y PJ:> y make so111e one step. Gil · :\1iss Goc kley; pr·esid ent. Winnie 1 h aber , and Mr. A. G. Wilso n are the , 11m on l e o rmi to r y campus was so . . 1 Brown: \ic e p ·eside n t, M <1 1·y Borne: I coac hes of the r espective team~. that they cou ld use hi m as a •·ollc r t.eson IS an e xperienced hig-h c;chool ; T he F li g ht of the Herons. d d b ' t t l t l d Th ' t . mnner; he loo l< s ve ry good h ac-1 Anna M 'fl 1 secretary. L ouise McCrc.ry; 1e own state e ate t·s o smoo 1 1e . IS con ve1sa :on I arie Grabil 1 1• a th · " 1 h 1 "Oh u u i•, n. Kata rina Eth I L' d I I · er. Doroth y Nicholas; ca binet m e m - t Il e lr on . •·ee Jssu.es: f • • ,w s n so over e.arc' :nr. orown, T he squad h r s show n remal·:;al. le Mitri e Ill a 1 bers. Viva Mars hall, Mrs .Hazel C:u l-l t b nt a •·est r1 c ll on of Jmm Jg-ratJOn •s n -1 et me use Mr. Brown: impro \ emen l . ' you1 f . •·ake. h Whitten ha;; been I\ITichae l R Arthur d LMajors £ , , Alice Lind e:r seco nd . th at it would be a 1I Oh , no. I m a, r r1c1 t at yo u wouldn't =.tdc1ing dbtan ce to his hu rl ing; antl 11 Tvan aymon ~ en , Edna L . H a ll , 1 M k rDuntcr 011 Lindahl. and Franci s Eskew. ; soc ia l injustice; a nd third, that it ' g ive il "D' back'. at' Sun·'ell elzell d 1l now looks as tho> he will flirt wit h 1 Dil·ector K al'llie . ,. 1 The fo ll owin g y . M. C . A. df icers 1wou ld be an economi c i njus lice. 0:1 · Th e tt'l 0 1p g-er, u n el' t 1c 125 f h u attended. Otto Oakes. of Salem. su b these t hree ismes they bui ld ed ,I a fo r lnig . Ted l\' ei<;hot. mc r ' To be played in the Li ttl e Theatre. (Continued on last pag e) has h1t in a fast pace t.w1t h the >litutc rl for Harl<lnd Tayio•· : Advi:'o r I menls that proved pt·acticall y invul- 1 lie puts th e j6-pound weig ht 1etter l TENNIS CLUJ3 MEMBERS '11·. Claybul'l1; pres id ent, Charles j 1'erab le. The visitors were :luenl l than forty reet. Al th is writin g- he ;\{adden ; vice president, Roy Dahl- j s peakers. They made g ood rebuttal F. h a:. a mark of 40 f eet nine iPt: hc<. strom ; sec retary, Harlan T ay lor ; 1 The loca l team pu t up a fight t hat Hoy, a no vic e with the j avelin, is Hely n Humbert, treasurer of the tr easure r. Roy Chambe r·la i n. d id it se lf cred it. Mr·. R obe rts became 1 reg ul a rly hu l'lmg it 150 f eet. Bv Te nni s Club, will 1·eceive du es durin g so w r ap ped u p in his s ubject th at he next week he s hould have a ll •dr k 0 'r th e wee k. Any on e wishing to use 1; fai led to h eed t he repeated rin g in g 16 0 feet. T he hurdl es a r e in \'n>nt o f t he cou rts or wishin g to play in the j o f t h e s ig n a l be ll to s top. men; as a rc the j umps. Edie ll::lp~cl ; to ul'llamen ~ mu~;t pay .the s~rin g dues GIRLS' CLUB TEA. Thursd a y aft~. Apri l l J . the Professor James Edward Le Ross- ; 2L feet 2 inc hes t he oth e•· n ig ht. I at t he ea r h est c.onvement time. Some Girls, Club entertained t h e Gengra- ~· ig nol. De~n. of t.he Colle~e o~ 1:3u; i- J which isn't ;;o bad. Madden , Weimer a r rnngement. wJII be made fo~· a lesphy, Ph ysical Tra inin g, a nd Mal he- ness AdmJnJ,s t~·athJon .. Umvers1ty 11f 1 : ~nd Buising t.re vau lting. Buisin¥ ~er.. f~e cl.u•·mg' su m.mer s ess10n fo r · d t ts a lso the ro wn Neb l·as l<a, v. as t e Judge. I . no lds the recurd tu d ate w1'tl1 10 f eet. 1sp Jl ng te Jm membeJs. matJ cs . eapnd a r men · tea. ! Mr. . ·of P e ru . was:1 hostesses new s, tude nts, : in c hes. Boti, Madden a nd W E.im e r Dav id Cestell o, P res ident. . . t 6·00 in the f !'lculty the presJdJn !! o ffi ce r . I a re c lose t.o thi s mark. tom 4. 30 o . 1 . I Th e f r ay was we ll allen d ec1· T· l·1e I The co ac h ho pes to m ake a c reel Jess ie Conne ll, '13, f orme rly of Cenfroom. . h d bi g· nest fil led 1P a wnee City vs. P e ru d e b a te was ~h e itab le showi n .g' a,.a inst. t he 'i'a:·ldo tral City, will t·a l<e her A. B. at P eru a . Per u · .Bhunn y. hr a bb 1t ad Easter eg"'s The l la!>t word -battle to be he ld 111 : team when th£',.. Missourian s ap- th is sp rin g . Miss Connell is in t he • g t es co 1aonre ,.., · were I t h 1s . se~son. p 1. pear on Pe1·u fle ld, May 2. Wit br1 little bunni d baby chicks h ALO NG THE ~JVER BLUFFS. He is commercial dep a 1tmen t a t Idaho Pol·e T h e r o om 1 Pres1d ent ate as e xpressec1 t 11e · also pla nnin g l' n scndinrr seve r :tl men 1ytec hni c Institute, P ocatell o, Idaho. 1 · e me n an d women happy at . be1n!! .t-h tthl1e1 e E·aster ~le::-ora- wt. :; h that the colleg In t he fall and in the sprin g the to Hastings t 1 enler the State Con -, She taug ht t he commer cial work at Pe1·u one summer. She has attended was f estt ve WI 1 lak e a mo re ac t!· ve ·mte 1·es t 1· 11 ·'' 1 e stud e nts of Peru stroll along the· r iv- fe r ence meet, May 10. tions. Th e E aste r t ea was a s ucces s i.n I fOJ·ens ic art. 1 e r b luffs. T his is one of m a ny pre t - 1 The fo ll ow in g· a r e the State Con -j· y ni versity. of ?hic ag.o a nd U niv ersclosing t h e series of teas for th1 s . t y spr ing song;; abo.ut .Pe ru. Up any j' ference reco r ds : of Caltfom1 a bes1des Peru State Marion Overho lt went to Lmcoln of t h ese wooded ravmes, yo u m ay 100-y::t~·d d :~sh, 10 seco nds . i\l'dre-~ l eachers Colleg-e. yea~ Saturday to attend a so rority )Jarty find dog-tooth vio le ts , bleeding hearts . so n, Nebraska, '99. Fetz, W e:d ~-:ya n, ------Day a s t he g ues t of F lorence Wittwer, of a n<l fern . And the re are innumera-; '14: H effner, W esleyan , '19. Professo r Delze ll is visiting schoo ls 1 Reme mber th a t Rural Sc hool S a lem. b le bird s in every wooded sp ace. (Con tin u ed on la st page) in Iowa t his week. i, May 9.

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Ed i to r Miss Royce p r esen t ed e ig ht ef her Busin ess Manager p iano s tuden ts in a nothe 1· successful Ca mp us 1 rec ita l Fl'iday ni ght. C A rath er novel fC"atu t·e was :ntro · a mpu s duced in t hC' two-p iano number s. O r ga ni zations This was t he filst tiine suc h :.~n ar· O r g a ni zati o ns r:::ngemen t has been h eard h•." ·e a ud Pe r sona ls it p roved vet·y in ter esti ng to t he au· P er son a ls I mus ic. T he so los we r e P.SJ)eciall y t,'"•(•d. It · Cl asse s wo ul d be difficult to ch oose t h e num· Gla sseR ber wh ich was most appr•·ciated. C ircu la ti on Most of t he so loists h ad been heard Lou ise H a rri s , Be rni ce in pi ano nu mbers l::efo re bu L in t he concer t Fri day ni g ht th ey ~·e L fo r th e m ~e l ves a new r eco rd in m u;;icianshi p . R EMEMBER O UR ADV E R T ISER S. Both t h e solos and the l.!nsemble num bet·s wer e p layed with a,1 ease and fin is h t h at wo uld h ave jone j usTh e Peru P ccl agogian, yo u1· p ape r, is m ade possi bl e f rom t wo sepm·ate tice to a p rofcssio.nal. and din·er en t sources. It is m ade p os ,ible by you, tbc rcade1·, and b y our Concerts of t his k ind s hould b e advertisers. You pay you 1· good mo ney into a f u nd , a p ar t of whi ch mon ey helps suppo r t t his p aper. Out· adve rti se rs pay t heil· goo d money into the co nsidered by the s t ude nt b od y as a p t·ivilegc to hea r t h e best ty pe of same fun d; they likewise he lp s up po rt th is pap er. music. You reade t·s h ave certain th ings to b uy th at ou r advC' t·t isers have to sell. S ince o ut· acl vc rt ise t·s p atro ni ze you, is it an y m ore th a n ri g h t t hat yo u p at· To quote from Shakespeare: , T he ma n t hat hat h no m usic in him· ro n i ~ e t hem ! If yo u can get the same at·ticle fo r t he same p r ice fr om one self . of ou t· adver tisers th at yo u can .get from one who will not adverti. se with . Nor 1.s not moved with con co rd of us, w h y not b uy f rom our ad vertisers? Loo k t h r u t he pape r and p tcture 111 cl . . b sweet sou n s ' yo ur m m ds th e n ames of out· adver tiser s. And when yo u do u y from one · 1 1 1 · 11 h . b ·t 'f h p 1 · . Is fi t f o r tre:1son stratagems, and w 10 c oes not :H ve t·Llse, te 1:11 a out 1 . e ec agog- tan s up po r ts 1ts ad ve t·t ise rs. s potls; - -- - - - - The molio ns of. his sp irit are d nll as ni g ht, An d his arfeclions d ark as E t·ebus; ALL IS N OT GOLD . Let no suc h man be tru sted . Fot· p rog ram see last wee k's issu e. In these d ays wh en jobs are being h un ted by t he jobl ess. and when some one r epo t·ts a p ositi on secured eac h d ay, it is well to keep in m ind t h at t he ' job is not to be measut·ecl so le ly by th e do ll ars per mo nth it pays. T her e is C R YSTAL TH EATR E. too :11uc h of a tend en cy on the P eru camp us to decide th ,~ r elative wo r th of jobs by t he relative sa laries. Friday and Saturd ay, Ap r il 18 and Th at salary does not ma k e a differe nce, it is fcol ly to co n tend. That it 19. Doug las ~fac Lca n in " T h e Sun· mal;cs t he whole dirfe r ence. it is wo t·se t h an foll y to contf' n cl. Another ver y ~hinc trai l," Comedy Romance ;,nd a importan t - to my m ind the most imp ot·tant- po int to keep in m ind mi ght be smile every mi le along th e wa\·, wi th p ut as a qu esti on: Wh e t·e wi ll this job p lare me t en yea r s f rom now ? St an Lau ra! .-:omecly in "The Ha!1dy Man." 10 and 30 cents. Mond ·:,· an d Tuesd ay, 21-22, The Adven tu res of Y. W. C. A. ON T H E CAM P US. Tom Mix, with fifth episode r:f Tim· I ber Queen. W ed nesday and ·.: hu r~ · i T he sel'i es of lec tures r elatin g to day , 23-24, Wtll arcl Mac k anrl En id A. Mar sd en, of Om• aha. w as un the , · ld bl · · • • • wo r p ro ems g 1 ve n al t 11e JOint 1 Benn ett in " \' ou r Friend ann Min e." camp us last w ee k g tvtn p: se r v ices on I l . f t l Cl · t ' · . . : · , mce 111!fS o 1e 11'1 S tan ot·ga ntza. Remm -g-ton t ypewnters. \ ¥ hen Lhe r e· 1 t'tons of t·l1e Co 11ege 11a ve b een 1::·oth wit h a two r eel co medy, "The Egg." Frid ay an d Satu r day, Ca ll oi t·he pot·lcr su •ggested t ha t hi s so le init ia l I.111 t er es t'1n g a nc1 m · · s t rue t'1VC" was clue to t he f act th at h e was a J Aft tl1 t' t l1 y lVI C A Wild, by J ack L on clo n.- Ad ..-ertise· fi rstbo l'l1, he info rmed sa id n~porter e t· e mC'c tng· e · ' ·. · · ment. . ' had p r ep ared a p leasa nt s ut·pnse f or th at he was t he you ngest of t lu rtce n tl b f 11 1 · t 'tan . h: · . . 1e mem e rs o a otte r Ch ns c h lid t·en. And 1s f a mily sttll boasts · t' f h C 11 Th ~ ............. tiiliJt,:;:::::::::Jt:r::::::c::a:a. ~~ a fine old mot her. or gan tza ·1ons o· t e o eg·c. e You u se eighte en m usc les w hen L( , h . . g-uest s we re take n to the F aculty you frow n ; four make a s m ile 19 C corg-e r an sct~ -· a~ J~_st ~~ g~e~ room where p un c h a nd wafet·s were " Osteopt hy he lps y o u t o r est 1 a t 1ree,· ;ear .lclon r a:t aSt34aOO. o t; ' fi 1'1· s er ved. All who we r e p r esen t report · your fa ce' ' ~o n a. •e w1 receive t .1e rst eel a peasan 1 t u.. me a nd t han k t he Y. Dr. E . R. Rey nol ds, Auburn , year . Laur a Kovancl a. ' 26. is nl ~o at Yl. C. A. for :his d elightfu l tr eat. N ebr . , in Peru t wi ce each week. Sa!Yo rd. Ann a Maso n. '26, is at :\'Io· P hone o r w rite f or a ppoi ntmen t . renc i in t he same stat e. C HAPEL. Two meml:er s of t he class o f 1914 are expec tin p: to t a ke their dc:nees at Pet·u th is summer. Bot h t hese men "No ch arge f or t·ese r ved scat5" is a t·e super in te ndin g go od sch ool sys· proba uly t he r easo n for t he inc rease tems. S upt. F. E. Bowers is at Arap- in ch np el attend ance Monday. Eve ry aa hoc; Supt. Spencc1· L ege r is at on e is begin n ing· to r eali ze t h at after Elmwood . all. ch ap el is r eally wor t h whi le. The Litt le Boy:- " Look, Ma, the ci r cus p iano d u et so effectively r encle ;·ed by has come to town; t here's one of the 1j Vivn 1\'T:u:sh a tl an d Be rn ice Brec ken· clowns." Ma.- " Hush, d arling . That's r idge was a pp t·ec iated. Afte1· ' ~·.a t a not a clown. T hat's just a college Phi lipp ine m issionary, Miss Copely, ma n." whe is home on a fu rloug h, gave a Sever al students who will want a vet·y he lpfu 1 an d education al t a lk. job some ti me were no ticab ly absen t She exp lained her wo t·k in t he l':til· on clean-u p day. Yes, c lean-up d ay ip pin cs, and t he p r ogr ess o[ t h ese was one of the b iggest d a ys 0£ the ne<·plc under the g u idance of t he 1923-24 cn lencla r. Un ited States. Miss R ineh art h as b een un ab le to Wo l'ld wo1·k! c lean up! t h at was meet her c lasses in a r t. Sh e h as h ad ou r s log·an W ~d n cs d ay . Even t he a .most p ainf ul att ac k of oak pois· j bn uJ e ntct·ccl in to the spirit. P r c.fcs· onm g. . . so t· Pau l condu cted d evotionals. Prof essor Clayburn an d hi s Bo y T hen Superin tend e nt Gil keso n m ade Comt>act- Case only fou r Sco uts d id yeo m an's se t·v ·ce fo r clean : the a nnoun ce ment th at th e s tud ents inch es high . u p day , w hen t hey loo ked af ter the ! wer e an x ious to hem·. Of course a ll C on v enient- Use it any tools. I the st udents already knew where w h e re. Carry it everyw h e re He len Burres is in t he J en n ie Ed· : they wer e t;o ing· to work, but wh at mundson hosp it a l, Coun cil Bluffs, r e· I was t he f aculty go ing to do? Mr. Com plete-Full, four-row covering f r om nn op eration for ap· ! Gil11eson ca lmly stated t h at rakes Sta nd a rd Keyboar d . pend ic itis. She will be u n able to I hoes a nd sp a des wou ld a lso be thei1: 1 Price, w ith case, $60 t·etu r n to schoo l t he remaind er ;,;, th e lot. Helen Miller in an unusua ll v yea r. . j clever manner r ead "The Old, 01~1 H. U. LANDOLT Helen J ones, E m cstm e R obertson, 1Sto r y." He1· imper·sona ti on of t he Mm·y McVay, Alen e Selk a nd Gl ad ys i li ttle boy was so real, th at it rem ind· Knrlz were t he guests of a w eek end : eel the coll ege boys of t heit· own boy· P eru, N e b . par ty at lhe home of E dith ATga- hoo d prun ks a nd t he nfte t· effects. Kurt~ were t he ~u~sts ,[ a week end Friday P t·esidcn t P ate too k c ha rge ti me horse back ndmg. of t he dcvolionn l read ing . D ~ an Del·

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Th e Y. M. C. A. met W ednesda~ evening for the important business I of electing the .new cabinet membe1·s. Quite :.1 number of men were out, but not so many as should have been for such an occasion. J The electi.o n was begun immediately, with no preliminary progr.lm Nominees had been selected previously by a nominating committee and these, togethe1· with new nominees, were voted upon. The 1·esults of the election are as fo llows: P resident, Madden; Vice President, Dahlstrom; Secret::11·y, Taylor; Treasurer, Cham' berlain. Mr. Madden, as Vice president d•Jring the present seme3ter h as been a dili ge nt worker and has shown hi mself to be worthy of the office for whic h he is now selected. As a matter of fact we feel that we hav e an

The las t wor d in fi ne t ailoring-, with out the worr y of t ailo r ed to order wo r k $45.00 and $50.00. Sty le plu s C lot h es-The o nly nationall y adver t ised line o f m e n' s rlotheS fully g u aranteed t hat can be s old in th e $25.00 t o $4 0 00 price range Our speci a l t wo pants a ll wool ,;nits in tweeds a n d cassi m e r es, are exce ptional val ues at $25.00. New H a t s-A ll the ne w s hapes a nd colors a t $3.00 each.

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a lecturea on some ph asegsofat·'World -ducting ser ie:; of meetin which Problems" is given by a member of the facu lty. These meetings have 1been a grand success. The subject 1 for Wednesday April 16, is "Behind the R ange." Ml". Brown v.. ho g;ves •·he lecture h as alre ady distin guis hed hi m~ self on the campus as a sp eai<er and it is .:ertain that he will have a I great message for us. Wednesday, Ap ril 23, Mr. Crago will tlisc uss "New Lines of Progre~s." H. G. Wells speaks of the last f·entury as a period of mechani cal und material adv ancement. He prophesies • that >:he next rentury will be one in which mental a nd spirit u al f orces will I bring a new type of society. The j lecture w ill att~mpt to s how t he lines that f u ture progress will take, and the forces t hat are at work to usher j in this type of progress. No fa culty memb.e1· or student s hou ld f ail to hear !t.

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An important business meeting of t he Sophomore class was h eld Thursday morning al which time a number of comm ittees were appointed as fo llows: party committee, throne and pageant committees and a lso one on "Sophomore Day." Other busin ess matters we re d iscussed. Oh, yes, the I " W e' ll help clean-up committee" was a lso appointed Hurr·all for the "Ordinary Party" Friday, April l S, at 8 p. m. All Sophomores welcome. I W e m ig ht also give three "yebos" for t he P eru\'ian staff. Omar says t hat t he book is now r eady for the press. The p rogram consisted of two m us-

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.Mr Linn, the manager of t he d in1 in g hall at t he do1·mitory for the past 1 four years, has resigned and is Je·lVing Peru Wednesday evenin g. Mr. Linn w ill start a restaurant business of his own either at North Platte ur Alli ance, Nebraska. Mrs. Linn will vis it relatives in South Dakota for two weeks or· so until Mr. Linn is settled, when she will join him. Mr. Lipn says he regr ets leavi ng Peru as he h as many friends h en~.

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top of t he chi m ney a nd get his f~et the l!ne was long a nd cr owed t her e against the I ndians as a capable and E,·es teeted Glasses fitted and teg·s inside. T hen we let h11n was JUSt ·one s tampede and that was reliable scout. · Satisfaction guaranteed d rop. He was soon ou t of sig h t. W e when Prof. Beck vainl y tried to get Henry A. Coffeen developed the huJTied dow n a nd .rush ed into t he I ahead but failed because of the com- I plans f or the town. Edward Gil-l Fx. fee good for two years dining room Lo see 1f he had landed pactness of the line. The feed was l lette, a civil engineer, surveye~ ~he 1 Specialist in t h e fi r ep lace. The re was plenty over obout six-t hi rty and who says railroad and l aid off certain mmmg ' M V of soot and ashes bu t no Billy. He t hat we can't have :1 good time in claims near by. Dr. M. M. HC ean, ev ide ntl y· h ad. not aJTi ve~. , W e sat clean ing up t he Campus of "Old Sheridan and Sheridan County d~Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat r ound an d waited. He d1dn t come; Pe r u" ri ved their n am es from General PhJI' B · 1 hu ng dow n lovely s hi rt fro n ts on office over Buck s ootene many youn g [!e ntl emen's backs, and so we t ri ed cal ling· u p t h e chim ney to ----.---ip She rida n who co nd ucted several 1 Phone 69 Nebr. City t heir ~·irls-well, they wer e a sig ht t o fi nd out jus t how f a r he was in . his BOBCAT R E LAY T E AM successf ul campaigns agai nst the In-~ :__ _..;.,;;;;,.;..;;.;,._ _ _ _ _ __ _ ..; bcho ld- E:ve ryth ing f r om pearls and decsen t, but we co ul d h ear nothm g. ENTER S K. U. R E LAYS dians in t he northwest. neck laces danglin g down th e f ront of W e decided t~at he must h ave climbGr etchen Wartenslabe n. Fixato ne gives tone Lheir backs, to ribs run ning up t he ed bac k agmn; so we went to t he I Cont in ued from fi1·s t p age.) - - - - - -- roof nnce more. ! , . . to the hair f ront of t heir hose! The Glee Club B'll h . B. . I' b 220-ym d dash, 22 2-5 seconds. GemH IG H SCHOOL OR CHESTRA. 0 1 was pracUcall y hal teu on the stai rs d 1 Y wh as not Lf e l eh. 1h~ lCI c lm d. bier, Wesleyan, '23. --e to t e top o t e c 1mney an • _ j ns t 11ey descended from p r actice, b y k d d H ld h . B'll 440-yard da:sh, 50 4-10 .,econus. The orchest•·a is p 1·og 1·essing won 100 e 't' I own. e cou em 1 y s h . k H t' '23 I any num b el' of t h ese o dd I leS, c ump- cry ing miserab ly. He was stuck f ast, c enc '. as mgs, . . . derfully and bE>fore long wi ll be able ' 1 in g slow ly and fa lterin gly up the 1 'th . . 880-yat d run, 2 mlllutes 2 5-10 sec- I to a ppear be:o:1:·e~t:h:e~p:u:b:l~ic:··~~~~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;:;:;; 'd d ld , aii·s, back, ·· • a!·ds d1e s a1 , an cou gel ne1 e1 up no1 on d s. A n d erson, Lf ~e as t'lllgs, ,23 . I 5, 0 When eve r yone h ad arrived , in ,~fn. , F. k Mile run. 4 minutes 43 2-5 seco nds. 1 ~~~~-. . 1an D f 1Y 1l ac1 a 1ope, . t· h e I wo n e" c lu cI111,., "• men1be1·s , Ray - . 'd ,, we on ld . 11 111. , a oe, W es Ieyan, '20 . .I m up. mon el Hunte r !tn d Mar k Crand all, one sm ' . we cou pu 120-yard high hurdles, 16 l-5 sec- i lJ U aw'u all adJ'our ned to th e lower r e- . I cltmbed clown and got ·' Mc C an d less, W es Ieyan, '13 . j1 h• . dt he cloth B 'lles on us. g ions of t h e T r ainers' b ui ldin g an d 1tne. 13u l w en we 1et· It 0 ;'~ 1 1 Y . 220-yard low nurcl les, 26 :;econds. j T were se r ved with candle salad . Of co ul d nodl take !ho ld, arms I Lingle, Chadrvn, '23. , 'I GLE E C LUB CONCER . cnu rse it was p ossible, doing ever y- we,r e ":'e gekcl cl~w ndat IS ~I hes. Br oad jump, 22 feel 3 i nch es. Haw h thi ng backwa rds, to ca ll t h at ser v ing, ' Lets po e li m o wn Wit a 1on g ·th W ·, ' 1'1 . II Th e Glee Club Conce r t to be g i ve n . Fl'iday •liq" t, " I . I W I00 k d h Ol ' es eyan, . d t hey firsL gave ou t, the seco nd or po le, sate· e e over t e High jump, 5 feet 11 i nches. F uh- 1 0 April 18, at 8 o'clock, in the Auditor·ium is a bu :.ret t hird. and her.ce re i urn for th e fi rst ya rd IJhul Scou ld n!ot . filmdd a po lke loh~g rer, Do~ne, ' 02. 'j numbeL Adm ission, budget t icket Ol' 25 cents. 0 we c ec lc e to p o e 1m dish! W e ll, no Everett can ever eno ug · Javelin t h row, 173 feet, 6 inches. O ~ aga in say that he d idn' t have enoug h up. After a few pohes the po le Low r ey, Chadron, '23. P R O GRAM. o eat. bro l.;el :lnd we co~ld not lfindd lanothehr. Disc~s t hrow, 126 feet 8 inches. Men deb~:( hn Bd y kept nymg as ou y as e M t ' W , Spring Song The bm·k inu upstairs, didn't p rove II H d ll . l ar ·•n, es 1eyan, 22. Mammy's Li'l P igeon Fe:tris uilc so diiT i1:ull on second attemp t, co_u c · e seemc w 110 Y unappreclShot ut, 41 f eel 6 5-8 inches. Co o k altve ,,f all the efforts we we r e put- v ·k , P Swin!! Along ! l so everyone succeeded in aJTiving at ~ 01 21 Q r; I Cl b the assembly room agai n, wit h out ling fo r th to get hi m out. T hat is II Tw.o 1un, 10 m iutcs 19 secT ee u difficulty. Then the 1·eal fun began. the way with !:> <·me c hild t·en, you can o01ds. Bruning, Wes leyan, '14. Boat Song '..Vara S ides were chosen by Helen Lichty neve i· please Lhem no matte r what 880- a 1·d 1·cia 1·34 Hasti ·crs '22 'll Meek md W il ma r.oatney and a ba rrel you do. y y, ·• . ,,.._ ' e wop p re~ented to Lhe head of each We sal on the roof and held a Who I s Sylvia Sch•lhel·L consult:1tion. AL last we agr eed that TRAIN I NG SCHOOL NOTES. MacDo,vcll i ne. Then the mad rush began, to To a W ild Rose see whic h side cou ld go thru th e we would b uil d a fi r e in the firep lace - -Bachelor sale Fe ad~ to see wheth er the d r augh t wou ld T he Normudi Camp Fire group en f'. lee Cl u b wop the .fas~esL Youl' f neveAr snw loosen Bill y and take him up th e jcyed a p icn ic last F riday. " . E ach ~uc I1 c I1eatm g 1n you r 1 e 1. t kanyf chimney. Kin cl lin!! the fi r e w as easy. member of •·he g roup invited one . . ~tc1 1·e 1 ··s Chn 1·us· f •·om Faust _ _ _ Gounocl ~ ·ate t 'e w1nn ing ~ 1c c got a sac · o ~ ·· iumboI peanuts. but d1uring th e sc r am· T hen we hurried back on the r oof. guest. Evev r yone ag r eed that no im- O Goodn ig ht, Goodnight , Beloved! _ _ P lnsu tl We ;;limbed to t he lo_n of the c hi m- pr ovemcnt could h a. ve_ bee n added M · 1·xed Quar tette Jle whic h fo llowed, t h e mosl of Lhem ney to look down to see w hether ' lo have m ade the p1cmc any better. O T.",~ , hp 1· Rl ~nl,·en-::h1' Fo 1·,·est Bell "enl .on .l I1e 1'd r· Ioor ) (the peanu ts, not Billv had started up. He was or.l y T h ey we1·e sponsored by M1 ss FaulAlfh ild Gilquest- P Harland Taylor ~ I I:e W111 n111g· f>l e . · ' · :1nd t he .n· guarcllan, . yellino· louder than ever. habe1 Gladys . newspaper was nex l l o b e ,,·ntn S O Sonf"S We Love to HearQ lenA one «r oup be ing <riven the E'd i- 1 " It t'cels like there is a fire some- . ears. .' ' "'. "' d . t h 1 where. Something is just a-choki ng 11 T he Hi g h Sc·hoo l did its share on I O In t he Gloaming no I111er lh a v tce t 1 e me :twlul. he sobbed ouL t ' H'l a 1 s ec 110n. a '" clean ·'P dav. !:loth .111 work and at t he Love's Old Sweet song e l c. vv 1en e fpaper was . . supper. · . 1ove· Io1·n. t 't Frm\k and brother rlid no~ know picnic The seniors under the Q I Cannot Sing the Old So ngs rca d 1~tai·L causec sc reams o 1au~ 11 er what to do, but 1 did. I climbed righ t supervisiOn . from lo 1finis h! of P rof esso r Brown, made O Mother Machree ~ The peop le were t h en divided into down as fas L as 1 could and I fetched the ~ormitory ~ar~ look as slick as Glee Club l th t! . a pai l of water. \Ve pou red t he wa- a whist le. T he JUniOrs and P rofesso1· O . accorcImg bo e t lmon . 1 m ler rJown th e chimnev. It p ut t h e fire 1Jindn1 h ad l!h arge of the g rounds O A ccompan 1s · t M'ISS M c v a y . h th ·!! roups w 111c ey· l were 1en cac 1l1 out, · out it didu't putJ out Billy's ydl- back cf the Training Buildin·g. T he 1I II l or n, Director Miss Esthe 1· Blanl,·ensh 1·p mon l l1 was o c o p u 1 on a s tun . l ing. We h eard somEthing Lhal sou nd- ,' sophomo res, headed b y Mr. Yerkes, IJ I{ea II y we saw some cxce IIen t comecl y I · talent, i:l t he pe rfo r mances t h at fol- ed like "D1·owned ." cleaned back of the Li brar y and t h e O 0 l<lwed . I Fran k sa id, " I bet if we po u1· some j north slope of the g len acr oss f rom ' h grease oow n t he 1·e, it will make t he , t he f rainers' Build ing·. The f re hs ies, ::;o l e evening was pa~sed . more ~w i ftly t h an anyolle cou ld realize. chi mney so c;lip p ery t hat Bill y can led hy Mr. H uck, had the south slope J u~t before leav ing. Wi ss Bu rt on s lide dvw n." of the same ~len. You can imagin e wh isl l'ld sever::ll l:eau li fu l nu mbers W c climbed off t h e r oof to fi n d how ·.ve all d id ou1· pa1:t at t he sup- ~ BE A GOOD CORRES PONDENT with the Heacock for us. If she h ad on ly bee n p lay- some g 1 ease; and t h en th e fo lks I per '\fter a n afte rnoon of such strenPla n a nd ea rn a good i n co m e w hi le learn i nl(' ; we show in g he r fl u te we would most ce r t ab ly drove into the yard. T hey asked uous work. you h ow ; be g in actu a l wo rk at once; all o r spare time: have thought her the Pied P iper of about Bill y and \Ve to ld then1 about - - - - · - -- , II Hamlin, for he1· music called fon;h a h is sweepin g the ch imney. The men H1G H- Y I\1EETJNG ' , APRIL .'. ·> Pxoer ie nce unneces~ary; n o canvassing: ~end for pa r· dear li ttle grl!y mouse, to d ance un- removed some bricks an d pulled Bi lly t icula r s. Newswr ite r s t r a m ing Bureau. Buffal o . N. Y. der everyone'~ cha irs while she out. The Piembero; of the Hi-Y had the wh istled. And we gol worse th an when we p leasure of listening to P resident - - - - · - - -attacked th e whites. Pale at th eir meeting on Ap ri13, 1924 - - - -- - -----~ BIL LY, TH E CH IMNEY-SWEEP M. J. H. He talked on the value of a hig h Isc hool ed ucat inn in t he f u tu r e. Accordi ng· to t h ~ 1920 census th er e a 1·e 1 FLOW EllS: E tl ster or Banquet Man may noL be t h e o nly imitative CLEAN - UP DAY REJ UVENATES CAMPUS 1,757,000 people in the Uni ted states anima!; b u t h e is on e of t h at class. wit h n o educatio n at a ll. The 1·e are For ~erv i ce or quality ¥./e were no 1·m:ll ; so we put on a cir(Contin ued n·on1 nrs t page) 12.052,000 with an eig ht h grad e ed ~ ee MILLJ\RD B ELL . ~gent cus aft.er the circus h a d left towu, we auspi ces of Mr. Jindra, d ug a ll of th e ' ucatio~, 657,000 with a hi gh schoo l , rod e Lhe cal ves af ter the rodeo days. dirt wh ich wenL to h elp f ill th e education a nd 325,000 w ho h ave a Linco ln , N e br FREY & FREY. Faori~t~ . and .ve attacl<ed t h e wh ites ~n f e rfou ntain. So when the old f ou ntain college educatio n. Out of t he 1,575,rociocusly on one occa~ i on th at we we1·e plnced ii: close conf i1\ement f or is t ransfo rmed into a beautiful flow- 000 with no education twenty-fou r e r bed do not g ive all of the cr edit to were wer e listed in W ho' s W h o in some hJU rs. One day aflcr read inp; ab ou t Tom, the Sophomo r es and t h e tru ck d r ivers. America. 1,066 out of the 12,052,000 Let us not fo rget t he wor k of Mr . a re li!:'Led in W ho's Who; l ,t;27 lhe little ch imney-sweep of London, Yerkes' bu nch who wo r ked on th e out of th e 657,000 with h ig h schoo l we had a discussion as to wheth er chimney-sweeping was h ard wo r k. slope back of the lib r ary. T his is education and out of the 325,000 There's an u n usua l degree of smartness F1·ank, a neig h bor boy, maintained anotl·e 1· of P eru's places of beauty in with college education, 7,709 were t he summer. listed in Who'!: Who. The ones with and cer ta i n com f o rt in the shoes we have that il was ea~y. "All you h ave to were eminent out education who do," he said stoutly, " is just to let I t was very inte1·esLing tn watch se lected for your Spring Style!:". among Ame1·kans wt-•·e not uneduyourself slide down :lS f ar as you Miss McN ich ols and Miss Kelly's p ucated but 1·ather w<lre self educated want, and when yo u come ou t you p ils, w it h t heir tiny hoes and rakes W ha t e ve r t he oc ca s ion may be, you will find the correct footj ust pu ll up by the s ide of th e chim- clean ing- t he bwn in fro n t of th e as was Ab r aham Linco ln. Frank Bogle. w ear· f or i t ir: t h ese sty les, at pr ices which are extremely low fo r ney. '' T1·ain er b uil din r.. H is just as P res-------t he q ua li ty . "L et's l1·y iL nncl see," s uggested my iden t P ale says If t he pu p ils and S HE RIDAN, W YOMING. b roth er ; wit h thai w e all cli mbed to studen ts help to c lea n the campu s Pe rf ect fitt ing str apped slippers or oxfords t he r oof of th e h ouse. they will take more inler esL in k eepPl ain or fa n e} tr i m . . She r iuan is situatcl neat· t he middle · B1·oth er was cer tain th at Frank ing it in s h ape. P1·esid ent P ate said fork of T on g ue River on th e Old was the prop er pe rso n to prove h is of t he Campus after it was cleaned, ~r i cc:d nt $4.00 to $7.50 contention, fo1· Fmnk was t he tallest "It looks mig h ty fin e r.m l was a gr eat Boseman T r ai I. A s hort d istance f r om Sheridan a an d stron!,(est. But Fran k declin ed amou n t of work accomp lished." because he was a guest; and it would About f ive t hi rt y t h e boys in t he log house and a stablt: with room for not be prope1· for h im to make the t ruck drove over to the Horne Eco- twenty horses stands, wher·e t he no''The home of Good Shoes" first attempt in so me one else's chim- nomics Rooms and th ere looded into torious James Rrothers' ga ng of ban· ney. It was !lnull y agreed that my t he truck, one and n ne h alf bo ilers dits lived, un:.il they were captured aud cousin Billy sh ou ld go fi r st, as he was of wie ners, one bo iler of coffee, one by the govev rnment. The firsL "abin m Sheridan was t he smallest. Bill y had a d ar in g na- t housand b uns and a lar ge p ail of ".'\.rrowhead" Hosiery ankle cliug. t ure and accepted t he h on or wilh p i ck l e~?-. Every on e was li ned up in a buill by 0. f . Hanna, who was wei' Nebraska C::ity, Neb. long I'OW and each person wns served known to Gene1·al Crook, Terry and eager ness. We all he lp ed hi m to climb to th e as he ma 1·ched by t h e eats. Ahh ou gh other commande rs in the campaigns

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PERU VOLUME XIX.

EDAO PERU, NEBRASKA , WED NESD AY, APRIL 23, 1924.

Chamberlain Edits 1 1925 Peruvian

NUMBE R 26.

Peruvians Get Good Positions I Seve ra l Peruvians have been pl aced

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Roy Chamberl a in, '27, of Brownville, was e lected by the Class of la te ly, and p laced in most acceptabl e 1!!27 as ed ito r -in -chief of t he 1925 P epositions. For inst a nce, George R . ru\ ian. Recently the c lass e lected Will y h as been elected conch and Waldo Willhoft, of N e bras ka City, as history teacher in b oth Wilber, N ebusiness manager. Chamberlain a n d br aska and T allahassee, Florida. He Willhoit will ha ve charge of t h e year h as not ye t decided whic h job to acbook of the P eru State Teac h ers Co lcep t. Supt. E. C. Clark, la tely of Salege for the co ming year. lem, h as bee n e lected s uperinte nden t The race for e ditor was a f ourat W aco. Millard Bell was e lected cornered race. C h am be rl a in, of superintende nt a t Bradsh aw. Bt·ow n ville, Cun ni ngh~m. of P aw n ee Other hig h school p ositions include City, Gaines , of Bla ir, and P eterso n Dor oth y W a de, 111 the commercial deof Valley, were nip-a n d-tu c k nom~ partme nt a t Sy r acuse; R. L. K lnurens, inees. Gordon P eterson , e ffi c ie n t assista nt princip a l a t Firth; F onest photog r ap her. withdrew t h at he Be ll, c oac h at Dew itt; Glen F r ary. mig ht give h is t ime to t h e p osi tio n of coac h at Sutton Opa l J ackson, hi sarl edito r . Kennet h Gai n es w i th and Art hur Mato r y at Or a fino drew. becau se he w i ll n ot be a so p h jor s, princ ip a l a t Endicott. omore until t h e seco nd semester ; h e Among t he grade sc h ool positions e.1tered sc hool in J anuar y . C h am b e r r ep or ted are Alfhild Gilquest, Eng li sh lain and Cu nn in g ham r an t h e race : in t he jun ior h ig h sc hoo l, St1· o ms bur~; and Chamberlai n b are ly nosed out E sthe r K eefer, prim ar y dep artment,, the Pawnee candidate. B oth a r e go od SUMMER IN PER U · P a pillion; a nd Myr l E m rick, j unior men-either will make a good e d it'<)r. hig h school, Syrac use. There is no b etter p lace in Nebraska to go to summer schoo l th an P e ru. Situated Doubtless Chambe rla in w ill ha \ e Sever al othe r t eac her s m ay h ave among t he bluffs of t he Missou ri Ri ver , P e ru furni shes coo le r nig hts, m ore b eautiful Cunni n g ham on t h e staff. been place d before this p ap e t· is off scene r y, a nd better study co nditions than on e is li kely to fi nd any where e lse in t h e Probably t he bi ggest undertak ing t he press . state. of t he Class of 1927 is t h e 1925 P e ru-! T he t t·ees of the town and of t he c amp us a re w ithout a peer in t he st at e. Th e vvian. It is a lways t he big j o b f or "THE BOOME RANG." above scene is on e of t h e many P eru streets in summer . Old P eru may justly boast t he sophomores. A n d p t·eviou s c l asses - SMITH AND MAPES. of her camp us and h et• vistas. have set high stand a rds . The pt·eviA m ile or so awa y are t h e b luffs t hat hold t he Big Muddy Mizzou. Th e p e rpenous wo r k on t hese a n n u a ls is on ly a " The Boomera ng" is a comed y dic ul a r sands ton e has cause d and will cause man y a pilgr imag e. A nd up amon g t he challenge to Chamb e d a in, Willhoft , w r itte n b y W inc hell Smit h and Vict1·ees ar~ myri a ds of birds an d w ild flo wers. The lov er of nat ure is at home amon g tor Ma pe~. T his pla y wi ll be presen tand t hei r fellow class mem be r.s t o th e hill s of old P eru. make t he 1925 P e r uv ia n as hi g h as ed by t he Sophomore Cl ass May 22. T he characters are ve1·y cap a ble standard. a nd most of them h ave sho wn Other m e m bers of t h e 1925 s t a ff their tale n t in pl ays in t he Dramatic wi ll be a nnounced in t he next few · Th b · 'II GLEE CLUB G I VES _ _ __ _ _ _, _ __ _ _..,. SECOND ANNUAL . Club som e t1'me duJ'J·ng· the yea· 1·. Ev 1ssues. e usm ess man age1· wt doubtless let con tracts for pri nting AN NUAL R ECIT AL. R URAL SCHOOL DAY. ery st u den t w ill be anxious to atten d a nd engraving and bi n din g b efore t his p r odu ction w hich h as won wonthe end of t he s pring te 1·m in May. 11 . d e1·ful comme nt where it h as been -------T he conce1·t g iven b y t h e Girls' VS.· The seco nd a nnu a l Rur al Sc hoo l stag-ed. PROF. BROWN A DDRESSES G lee Clu b in t h e a udi to rium, Frida y D ay is to b e held Ma y 9. A la r ge T he fo llowi n g gives you a very CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS. ev e nin g, A p ri l 18, w as enj oyed b y a num b e1· of stud e nts is expec ted fo r sma ll of what t he p la yers wil l · t ·tve a u d 1e ' n ce. Th ey U I the t1·ac k eve11ts. dt·a mat lze: la nre a nd ap prec 1a INTER-COL LEG IATE T RACK " Bud " W oodb ridge is t he victim of P1·ofessor Geo. W . B t·own p le ase d we r e assisted w it h spec ia l n nm hers Last ye a r over t hree hun clt·ed stu - a 11e ar tless young b eau t y, G r ace T y1 his audience grea tly wh en h e by Lucille Meek , so pran o solois t , an d H MEET d ents were. preset~t. Th ~ ~orenoon let·. " Bu d" wooe~ h~r in the old clo~poke to t h e j o int C h r is ti a n or g a n i- t he mi xed q uartet ~o mposed of Mios was spent m look1ng ov e t the cam- 1 quent, self - sacn fi cm g ma n ne r a nd zations at th e Met h odist churc h , I pus a nd buildin gs .. Lunc B lanke ns h ip, A lf hil cl Gilqu est , F or- 1 s . h w as serv- . loses g rou nd d oin g so. In f act he is Wed n3eday , Apr il 16. e ' !k ' · eel at t h e Domestic c1ence r ooms. I ver y nearly a complet e ne rvous P rofessor Brown c h ose fo r h is sub- rest Be ll. an d H a rl a nd T ay lor. ...,. _ _ cx:w>a&CIJD- ==-....,.,....,.....,ca:» 1 The afternoon was g iven ~ve r. to b re akd own wpen his p hysic ian t a l<es The in t e rpretat ion of t h e open in g I races. a nd othet· contests, e ndmg 1.n a a hand in t he situation and gets hi s jecl " Behind t h e Ranges ," a nd s e lected his theme f rom R ud ya t·d K ip li n g's n1 .111ber. "Sp 1ing 8ong,"by Me ndcbTHE K ANSAS R ELAY. 1 gt·~n d t ug -of-war of schoo l ~gamst mind off t h e adore d one an d h er c ar e1 sohn. was trul y beau t ifuL " Mam m y's sc hoo L · Jess c ruelt y by tellin g the youn g man ''Ex plorer." There is hidden. hidden t h er e L i'l Pi geon " by F ea ris, a nd " Sw ii1g j T he p r og ram for this ye ar is m u c h t hat he is a v ic tim of germs. In a Something t h ere, b e h i nd the ran ges, A lon g" by Coo k. two neg-ro me lod ies ~h e P eru t_r ack learn left P eru last on t he s ame ord er , only (of co urse) mon th's time t he physic ia n ag r ees to Lost and waitin g t h ere f or you; were appea lin g· becau ;;e of t he ir Fnd ay mo m m g fo t· L awre!l ce .. K~n- I better. The forenoo n is to b e g iven effec t a cure, and he does it by pl acGo an d look be hin d t h e ranges. rh y thm, a nd q u a in t ness of sty le. sas w h e r e t hey ~ve re entered m . he lo ve r to t he ins pection of the campus in g a beau tiful nu rse in c h ar ge of t he Mr. l3ro w n's sp eec h was d i v ided inF ollowin g t his group of so n g;;, Lu- Kansas r~l ays . . r h.ey return ed Sun- a nd b u ildin gs; t he afle m oon to ath- f oo lis h sw ain and pl ay in g the girl,s to three d i~ tinct p a l·ts. Equal R a c ia l c ill e Mee k sang "The Bo at S<•n g" by day n~o rnmg b ~· 1 ng m~ no la ur e ls but !ot ic events. T he c hildren a t·e to be jea lousy a gainst t h e nurs e as a n anOpportunity, Reli g io us T o le r atio n , Ware. S he gave pl ea~u re to a re- ~x penence w h ic h Wi ll bene fi t th em g roup ed a ccordin g to age as last tidote to brin g the girl to time, for lyric Ill t he d ays t.o come. I yea r. Th e fu ll p r ogn1m is to b e pub- she re a ll y cares for "Bud." l nciden tand A Functio ni ng Democ r a c y . Un- sponsive andience w ith her I n t he 1-mde re lay P eru drew t~.e li shed next we ek. a ll y, the p h ysicia n falls in love wi t h der equa l raci a l opp ortu ni ty it i s t h e \'Oice a nd s imp le c h:wm. I n " W ho is Sy lvia" b y Sc huber t, ou ts id e la ne an d the bac k row, a el lsPrac ticall y a ll t he sc hools of N e- t he nur se, who t urns out to be a n dut y of all C h r istia n n atio n s to d e · b h ' d ~,. 11 cJ '"fo a W ild Rose" by MacDo--: ad v antage f r om t he start. P er u. wa.s m ah a a nd Otoe co unt ies a re p lanni ng hel' t·ess. The sp ect a c le of yo un rr vote their t i me to w h a t IS e Ill h 1 b h 15 "' the ranges. Th e w hi te r ace w ill nev - e ll th e Glee Club ins ti lled t he gr eat- comp let ely ou t of e r c ass. ut t to come. 1 W oodbrid ge, t he c harm ing n u rse and 1 er be over come by t he black o r es~ to n a l var iety of t he progr am. does not say t hat the boys c!Jd not do - - - -I th e s urpris e par ty at t he end of t he 1 . "Th e Eac l1elot· Sa le" by F e a ris, wonde rful work, f or , e ac h team en. · second act, in which the h eartless cobrown race if t h e Ca u cas ia n n a t Jo ns d b "G Jd aro used a, ripp le of am u seme n t f rom te red bro ke last year 5 r eco r Y SI X MORE SP ACE TO ATHLETICS. 1 quette, Grace, is mad e t o suffer th e approach a nd ho ld to t h e o en Ru le." T hese nations are our burden 1h e i nter ested li steners. j seco ~ds. d B 1 pangs she h ad bee n inflictin g on a . m i xed q uartet f o llowed w it h a ' Edt e. our l ~O- ya rd ma n, 1e ureall y youn g s uitot·, affords .a gr eat he T anl' our opportunity. We m u st e x h th 0 f tl_1e 100 · yanl ~J·ou p of t wo numbers. "So ldier's 1 c an a n , e w tn . ne r _mong: t he man y ot_ he r ways in a mo unt of come dy. ' A . h f h fi t 75 d b t d tend a helpinbrr hand t o ou t· b ro_t h ers ~ Chorus ft·o m F a ust," by Gou nod, an d j d as or t e 1.s . . ya t s, u u e win ch the 1924 P e ru v1a n has been T he play is f u ll of spir it a n d yout h of another co lot· an d with patten ce "G d ni <rh t Good n ia ht Be loved !" by : to weathe r co nd it ions out· me n lac ked improved is t h a t of an en la r gem ent in and a ll w ill be delig ht ed wi t h it<; 00 await for t h e r esu Its . We cannot ~ ' "' ' I h t · · hic h was gr eat . . . co lors p· t. · Th e p erf ect h armon y of t e proper ramm g w · ' . ' · the a t hletic section. Si nce t h e book charm. 1 I Jns u L d I ·essi ve r e ndi tion of ly resp onsib le f o r Buc h a n a n's VIctory. , as a wh ole h as been e nlarged it is imCast fo r "T he Boom er a n g:" rush into ChJ' ISttan lty w ith . ft . b t oach 1t sow- tone an t 1e exp1 b k r t ymg ut we mus appr · _ ' mbers bro ug h t f orth en t h u- Schu lte of N e ras a comp nne n s porta nt t hat w e g ive more space to D r . Ge rald S umne r Hal'lan d Taylo r ly. The white ~-ace contro.ls nm e : t~es: n u I Ed ie on his a b ility as a ru nner, a nd ath letics . Budd W oodbr idge Mark D elzell . d u ct 1v e p or- siaStlc app lause. f h' t d . h 1 t . of "Songs expec ts to hea r o · 1m as a no e This better en a b les t h e staff to Preston D e Wi t t tenths of t he m os t P 10 Maurice ·Boren · ld T he white race But 1t w as t e as g 1oup, , . twns of t he wo r · d 1 L t 0 H ear " t h a t the G le e r un n e r. co mmemorate t he good record a t- Emile Ar t h ur Majors ove 't h .' a t er fr eedom and I At t he above meet fou r tee n Kansas ta ine d by t he t eams this yea r . I n t he H a r tley has a greater percentage of pe P e W e Forrest Bell . · h of t we n ty t o C lu b s an g WI g Je I b k 1 'th who h ve t hru t e ages . d Th tti n g· was a reside r ecords w e r e r o en, a ong WI one persona l w ri t in gs of the p layer s, th e Mt·. Stone R a ymo nd Hunter . . h t the b Jrt h r ate aban on . e se ~ d 'f I ld t h h or &lxty. It IS true t a . . h t h sof t g low of the wor ld r ecor · ex as 10 s e on '24 P e ruvi a n bo asts of hav ing t•eal V ir g in ia Xe lva Bessie Gillan . d t h rate ts also s~.:en e w tt on 1Y e . ld 1. . d 1·n . . ts lower but the ea h th e 1.00 m T his g ro up of sett m g t 11e new wor ecor live accoun ts w h1 ch at once acq u a mts Grac e T yle r . ht 1. Ve 1·d n H a uptman 1 ~. d f t he .fam ili a r so ngs t he Med ley r e lay. Occidenta l Col- nne wit h the p layers p e rsona lly and Marion Sumne r much lower t h an e ither t h at of t e fi r e If(' Lucille H arris 'l'his prob lem was corn p l iSe 0 ' c J'f · one of t he out · browns or blacks. Gl · . " " Love's Old Swee t lege, a I orm a, w as · enables you to visu alize him upo n the Ge r t rude L udlow Viv ia n Rowe · . ·e m u st so lve " In t h e oam m g , d' 11 . h av'1ng b 1·oug ht · · fie ld of action. T he game wnte-ups Mrs Creig hton W ood brid g e whic h t he Caucas1an 1 ac . , "I C t S in g t h e Old So n CYs" stan m g- co eges, a nnMo h " ., w it h t hem Arg ue, t he ir ma in m a n and are equally s nappy. T here is n o s ign 1 He le n Yeck is thei r sche mi n" pol itical o r gamza- Song, "' bl' ·I men t of a nd "Mothe t· ac ree. · fi Jd t h T he tions and for t he esta 15 1 w a c es. of so r did statistical recor ds in t hese , . Jetes the G lee wm n er of ve g-o Th ts con ce r t comp t d b D ·t o th ' M roe D oc the world a universa I on f t h e year and it meet w as r e p resen e Y m m u f or t hey make yo n Jive t he whole J UNIOR HIG H. trine w~ s h ou ld give to t he E ast Cl ub bpro~Id·am to ly s u cce;sfu l close Uni versity on the east, Occiden tal ! game t hru again, a nd don't omit a n Tuesday at 11 ·40 Miss Esthe r Cl a rk · d u 1· a id for may e sat , a ru · C ll th ·t Texas on t h e ' ll b ' · · c1ur spiritual heritage an • h . . d ue to t h e cap a ble o ege on e wes • acc ut·ate score tally. All WI e w ill talk to the Junior H 1gh a bout t he eastern races are co n tro lled prm. Mu c P~_J se ; Ja n kenshi p, a nd t h e south . a nd Oregon on t he north. p le ased and t he athletic me n i n p a r - Myths and how they or ig in ated . T his cipally b"· the masses and we ca nnot director, ISS . t Mary Me Vay f or Coac h Gr af states t h at t he no rth e t n tic ular with t h e im p rovement in t his w ill be ver y in te r esting ns t h ey ar e J • contact ab le accomp a nls • < • 1 ) • 2 p · · · afford to Jet t h em come m (Continu ed on ast pag·!:'. sectiOn of the 19 4 e ruv1nn . at t he pt·esent time stud ym g myt hs. s u ccess. t his (Conti nu ed on last page. )

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. . . . . GEO. R. WILLY . . . . DAVID COSTELLO EMELIA NOVOTNY MARHJN MARSH CRYSTAL MEYER MYR L E MRICK l:<UTH SANDELL HELYN HUMB ERT MILDRED PATE GRA:CE M E I TZ DOROTHY WADE Specia l Reporter s: Lucy Arms trong, Lewi s, H e le n Jon es, Me rritt Whitten.

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different t h an any oth er p lay g iven t his year, in that all of the charac ters were boys. This did not detr ac t from the play becaus e it was a sue cess from start to finish under th e carefu l direction of Esther Delzell Our sympathies were w ith the ballad singer who was trying to escape f1·om the policemen. The "Flight of t he Herons," a on e act tragedy, held the audience thru out t he play. This was a h e a vie 1' play and p ortrayed the prison life o f R ussia. All cha racte1·s were stro ng for then· parts. Mane Gr abd mtet · pl·eted the lead in g pa r t ver y skillfully. This p lay was directed by Karnie Sundell.

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The Best Business Career seni o r io th i nking is what every am biti ous college student and the best, o n e of at the prese n t time. L i fe in<,Ju r ance is one of ·t satisfactory as a per· th e m ost dss irab le . and on e of t h e m o::o m anent cal li ng. . -fe insurance is one o f t he In assets and volume of b us1 ness, 11 . . . t the field is co mpara three lead ing bu:~wesses of th 1s country. ye . . U . d f all lives m the n1te tively u n develooed. O n ly seven per cent o . f h fi ld 0 State,; is covE: r ed t>y insuranc e. Th is gives vou an Idea t e e st il l to be deve loped. h AR to REMUNERATION. r epo rts of college graduates w 0 have e nt<.'red b usiness in dicate tha t l ife in s uranc e is at the V ~RY TOP as a S OU RCE OF INCVME. Now is the time to cons1der

CHAPEL.

I P er so nas Classes Monday P 1·ofessor Hill lead in deC lasses volionals. Then we were taken on a Circulation t rip across the water s by Mr. Delzell and told aboutthestat ueofSt.George Harris, Berni ce whic h occupies the co rner on the left fron t of the audito rium. St. George was a g reat athl ete and would have made good quaaJ·ter-back, half-

"No, I am not p lann ing to be h ere next year. My fami ly want me to come b ack, but I th in k it wou ld be bette1· fo r m e to teach a year. Don't yo u?" How often h ave you heard this in the last week? Why does the fres hman think it wou ld be b etter? Th ere seems to be a p revalent fa ll acy t hat the two year course would be g really stren gthened by a year's inte1·val of teaching. Ask the sophomore students w ho have t1·ied t he plan if they would advise you to follow their examp le. Not one of t hem but reg1·ets the necessity w hic h determined his cou1·se. No doubt eac h of these students has come back fo r hi s second year with a keener appreciation of the need for practical trainin g and with a clearer idea of the co uJ·se needed. This is his gain_ But with t h e gai n h as been a loss. And you wou ld lose. You would lose as a student, as a teacher and as a happy human being. It ta kes abo u t a yea r for a student just ou t of hi g h schoo l to fi nd himse lf in the co llege situation. You are beginni ng to feel t h at you have lear ned how to fit yourself to the d emands of a complex c urri culum and a bewildering schedu le of work and extra-curricu lar activities. You can choose your course more intelligently, plan a better balanced ' prog ram and study mo re effectively. Now is t h e time to advance, not recede. One yea1· brings many ch anges in a co llege-changes in requirements, in co u rses olfe1·ed a nd in f aculty. After an absence it will take the best pa1·t of another year for readjustment. Can yo u afford this? Noth in g is mo re conduc ive to a since1·e self respect and self confidence than the realization that one is adequately prepared for the work he is und e1·takina- to do. And this self 1·espect leads others to have confidence in you. Our cou r se is p lanned to give you in the s econd year an opportunity to test your self and to prove your p ower in a concrete teachin g situation. Here in the tra ining schoo l you may meet the problems whic h come to any in expedenced teacher, and so lve these problems with th e aid of a supervising teac h er who is ready always to g ive stimulatin g encouragement and symp athetic gu id ance. Th is experience, and it is a r eal expe rience, will g ive yo u t he self assurance wh ich is bom of s uccessful accomp lis hment. It will not on ly make you sure of yourself, but it will make t h e college whic h must always s tand back of you su re of you. You h ave made a place fo r you1·self among your chosen friends in the happy life of t he campus. You h ave been one with your class in its year of responsibilities and triump hs. Will any othe1· student g r oup ever seem quite like you1· class? ·W ill you ever again so t r uly belong? Commencement is almost here. Vacation days will be w inged days. And then September- September 5th. Enrollment just must not begin without you on the campus. GRACE TEAR.

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back, whereve1· he might be placed If you are amb iti ous and willing to wo r k hard, and are interon ou r football team. . add r ess the LIN. Wednesday Mr. Crago led in deested to k n ow about life insurance as a v o catiOn, votionals. T o our delight the RusCO L N LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Lincnlll, Nebr . , sian Quartet which was so well fea - ' or call i n pers on at 305 Granter Building, 12th and 0 streets .· tured at the "P Club" or p heum fa vo1·ed us with a few se lections. They ce1·ta in ly can render harmonions melod ies. Reverend J. W. Elliott h ad charge of devotiona ls Friday. The faculty orchestr a rendered suc h celestial mus ic that t he y received two encores, but Mr. J ind1·a said t hey v\·ere all "Russian" and didn't have time to p lay any more numbers.

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Lou Tellegen, the actor, linge1·ed on the links one afternoon a nd dashed bac k to the theatre without waiting to dine. On his arrival he f ound that he had a few minutes to spare, so he hu!Tied to a high-stoo l :-estaur ant and sat down at the counter. A waiter slouched toward him and snarled, "What d'ye want?" "Well," 1·enlied tall Tellege n, "a few kind words wo u ld n ot be amiss." "What's yer order ?" asked the waite!'. "Two eggs- bo iled j ust like you are- and a cup of coffee," retorted Tellegen. After some lime the waiter brough t the eggs and s lapped them down in front of the acto r. "D'ye want them kind words now?" he asked. "They would be very acceptable,' said Lew Tellegen. ''Well," replied the waiter, pointl Atlanta Cole is majoring in science ing at l he eggs, "don't eat 'em!" SENIORS. j and education. D. H. W eber is at p r esent superinAn even dozen are to r eceive their tendent at Shubert, a nd is also counA. B. degree f rom Pe ru State Teach- ty s uperintendent of the co u nty in ers Co llege th is spring and summer, wh ich he is located. 1924. T hose g r adu ating this year Dessie Wr ig ht, w ho taug·h t at D unare Mae Mille 1· Beck, I rma D. Casey, bar last year, is specializing in EngMarga ret All anta Co le, May Linger , !ish and history. Ma1·ga J·et C1·ystal Meyer, Mabel Qui !Crysta l Meyer h as majors in both ler, Alice A Smith, Ruth Strong War- history and education and English. nock, D. H. W eber , George A. Willy, Geor ge Willy, who h as made nthMary Wiltse a nd Dessie Wrig ht. letics his specialty, has a posit ion for Mrs: Beck, who used to be a stu- t he comi ng year in t he Wilber High I dent here as Mae Miller, has made School. His chief wo r k is that of Eng lish and Education her speci alty. coach, but h e will also teach h istory. She has taught English several yea1·s in various hi gh schoo ls in the South F or any kind o f' SUCCESSFUL P LAYS. p e rson a l w ritin:J Irma Casey has chosen th e comm ercial course ns her specialty, but The Dramatic Club plays put on in ~ he also has a major in English a nll the Little Thentre scored nnothe1· sucin history. cess for t h at depa1·tment. These three May Wiltse is nt present tak ing pl ays compl ete n sel'i es of plays wor k at th e Univers ity of Nebraska, put on durin g the· yen1· and we can to app ly on h er Maste r's degree. Comtwc t-Case only fou r say th at t he P eru Dramatic Club h as Mny Linger is not nttend in g school had a successfu l senso u. inches high. here at present either , ns sh e h as alC onvenient - U se 1t :ony The pl ays g iven were "T he Dear I ready secured the wor k necessary for Depm·.ted," "The Ri sing Moon ," and • where. Carryiteverywl-:c>re her degree. She is at home now. "The Fligh t of the H er ons." The Complete-Full, four-row Mrs. Quiller is specializing in En g- "Dear Departed" was a farce in one Stand ard Keyboard. lish nnd speec h wo J·k. Sh e was princi- net. pnl of the Nemaha hi g h school l ast Price, with case, $60 The cast wns well c hosen an d the i year. play. wns well p roduced und er the di- 1 H. U. LANDOLT Alice Smith is majoring i n history rectJOn of Alvtna Selk. Mary McVay which she expects to teac h in h igh was t r ansformed into a gid of ten 1 sc hool work. . just n~ clevel'ly ns J ames Conwnv I Peru, Neb. Mrs. W nrnocl<, who is fo r tunate to was t1·nnsform ed into t h e characte.r be nt home here, is now taking spec- of Mr. Merriwenthe1·, th e g 1·andfather. ia l work in h ome econom ics. The Risin g Moon" was somewhat

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Mildred Hanks, 1922, who h as b een teaching s uccessfully at Hamburg, Iowa, the last two yea rs, h as , been r eelected, but sh e will not remain there, I since s he h as dec ided to work for her degree, s pecializing in music.

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essential that men and women s hould as an ot·gamzer d u nng hrs college R ising above this a bar of white repface thi ngs j ointly. lif e at t he State University w here he resenti ng t h e sainted women, and Some of the inll LJentia l leaders in was one of .the lca.d et·s ~o l ~n l y .in j above t h is reac hing to t he zeni t h in Y. M. a nd Y. W. C. A. wo r k w ho led the co ll ege hfe of the Un rvers1ly c rr- a fie ld of blu e is se t the man y sta rs 1 Summer d iscussiona l meet ings were Miss Ins- clcs, but in t he c lass r oom w he r e he one fo r eve r y man or woman who has keep. Miss Appleby. M1·. Cheri ngto n 1 easil~ wo.n Phi Bela Kappa h?no rs. \ led mank ind in this q uest of peace. ~chool a nd Mr. McCaffree. ll ts w1lh deep regret to h1s many . In t he midst of this gala xy of star s T he de legates we 1·e privileged to f1·iends in the H igh Sch ool and Col- I one w ill s h ine radien t standing for at hear a speaket· of national renow n, lege t hat he cannot r eturn, but a ll Christ, ideals, a nd new c ivi lization to Sher wood Ed dy, who gave an addr ess join ·i n wish ing him co n ti nued success . the people "Behind t he R a nges." Pe:-u State Professo r Brown's lecture was ver y on "The S olution of Ou r P roblem." in hi s. f uture ed~ c ~tion and work · He spo ke of the barrier s to Chr is- , T he H tgh Sc hool IS m deed fortu n ate well rece ived ; h e has a lr ead y dis1 t ia n br otherhood in the wo rl d, s uch to have so stro ng a m an as Mr. t ing uished hi mself as an emin e nt as r ace, n ation a l, relig-ious and eco- Yerkes to ta ke Mr . Browne ll's pla ce. speaker on and off t h e campus. The nom ic p rejudice. He would a pp ly 1 J students and townspeop le are much t he fo llowing princip les from the IJiT HE KANSAS RELAY. indebted to him for t his fi ne lectur e. One uf th e best coll ege libra ri e~ i n the !'t ate. • , ble to break down t hese barriet·s. " Love yo ur ne ig h bor as you rself," Continued. fro~ _first page. ) ! PER U VIAN STAFF '·S hare yo ur life" " K eep yo urself teams both umverstt res and colleges • . ! ENLARG ES BOOK. pur e," " Ove rcome ev il with good; lack endurance to compete w rth t hose __ _ overcome h atred w it h Jove" The~e of the south. Th is is tru e because of I W t d . . 11 . · p rin c iples c an a lso be appli ~d •o o~r t he sp le ndid weath er co ndit ions of i t l e ~re a mthe~·ehs .e t n ~ 1lannl g " 1 1 1· h b 1 1e en JOyme n t w tc comes to t 1e own campus prob lems. t 1e so ut 1 w llC e n a les t hem to be- p . · S ff f N orma l t r ai ni ng courses f o r i s suance of co un ty certifica t e. g in tr a ining much earlier t h an t h ose . ~ru ~ t an ta rom many enc.ouragA co nve ntion is never R e vi e w f o r exami n a tion s f o r ce ni fi ca t es. comp lete h mg cu·cumstances con nected w1t h the . w1thout a b a nquet or tw o. u n th e of Tth e north . I comma · b oo k . T h ese con d"ttlons . · . p No r mal co urs e s le a d i n(C t o fi r st g r a d e certificates. eventng of Apnl 12 w as held •h e e eru trac ksters put up at · 11 1. h"' . ll . b ' 1 College courses leadi ng t o A . B. deg r ee. Wol"ld Student Christian Federat~on Coach Graf's fraternity home, t h e wl ~ were ma:ena fy hassrsted Y _the · "S" Ph " E -1 , h 1 oya co-oper ation o t e vast maJorb a nquet, w h. rch was very in terestin g tgma . t • pst on, w el·e t h ey reI .t f t d d f I . . 1 y o s u en ts a n acu tv h ave enand ver y m structive. The g uests po. t·t r . to h ave sp ent a very enJoyable a ble d th e sta ff to d o some very .tmwer e t a ke n on a n imag in ar y journey vrsrt. port a n t t h "m gs. around the world du r ing whic h t ime -- - -F 1·1 st t he t 11 t h t th · f 11 f ll . y ·e us a · eu·copyo J fLOWERS E as t e r or B an q u et ~ { songs we re sun g _an d toasts w ere PROFES~OR BROWN SPE AKS. photographs a ll went to t he engr~ver J!t v~n by r ep resen tatives of different Con tinued from fi rst page.) , 1 at suc h an eal"ly date that t hey reFor service or qual i t y natwns. Clara . h ou r murders and d 1vo · r ces. To ce1ved · · · · d P o!afox fr om t he Phil- , Wit . . t he ver y hrghest posstble d 1s~ee 1\\ I Lll\ R D B ELL, A.o ent 1 1 e, Kso were these d i1·e f aults are contr asted t h e counts on t he wo r k. Then again the ypphmel . 1s 1L a~ sf was Cthl:r ~ u c11 n m rom . ma Yoshi- · peacefu l tenor of these peop le's lives engravers rece1ved · · copy m . such Li ncol n ' Nebr fREY "" ~- F REY , p IOrists, t h ts . ' H· W mura r om a pan , r tam erk. · · .,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,. ________ f J W 11 f G F d G. Tru e, t h ey have bn gandages and sp lendid s h ape t hat once more both . t rlie ts er rom erman y • re olst ein • · ·om R · d F . 'B b gan g robbe ries, but they h ave been ttme a nd mon ey were saved. T h is is fl e t n a cock fr om 1 . . · h" 1 ussra a n uut· U S A <no\yn to , st ar ve atmdst npe ned an unporta n·t t m g to t 1e 1924 P e ruown th. · · tl E t gra in.. The. e ff.ect of the World W ar 1 vian because w ith t he addi ng of the Ti1e n · · e re was 1e • s es P ark .t y M h as been g r eat upon t he east, a nd we e nor mo us d tscou nts to t h e 1r a lr eady lull c h eo n h e ld a t t l1e C l y . . C A . . . ' 'Tile t t . d · · do so need a Phtlosophy of L1fe. m - 1enlarged budget t he staff h ave been re oas s w ere gtve n an s lides · . E t p d · stead of mercenal"i es of religion let ab le to en la rge the srze of t he book Sho\vn concernrng • s es a r 1< an t he . . . T h ere ' s a n un usual degree o f smartness . h ld th h us have m tss1onarres. by Sixteen w h ole pages. And then Co n vent10n e ere eac summer. . . . · · T he guests could a lmost f eel th emReh g10 n IS more dep endent up on approx imately ~rxteen more pages of an d certa in C<lmfort in the shoes,we have selves roamin g t hru th e s w eet sen ted geograp h y that its de~o:ees w ill a~- ~ snap shots a n d Jokes le nd t hemsel ves se lected for yo u r Spring Sty Jes. >i ne fo t . b" tl f k nowled ge. Wh at .reh g 10n needs I S to t he value of the boo k. r es s or c 11m tn g 1e 1o ty N . l mounta ins of E stes P arle • ot Be!tef but Conduct, · N ob Cr eeds Ag:tt n t h e book b emg enl arg·ed and Wh a t e ve r th e occas io n may b""., '"' you w 1"]J fi n d t h e correct foot. . . t t bu t deeds. In order to b rin g t his • t he budget increased made it possiT ller·e 1·s to b e a specrn 1 JOtn m ee ·- b . . . wear· f or i t i~: these s t y les, at pr 1·c·e s w h.1c h are e xtremely low for ing of t he y W d y ·M a out Chrrsttanr ty mu st be life an d ble to make a n · en la r gement m t he ,..h Ed. . . an . . soon to d . . discuss th e Lincol C f . All mora 1s an p 1aced rn th e fie ld of in- . scene sect1on. . ·~ e 1tor took a t he qual i ty. n on e1 ence. l ll t r E . . , "d · h. · · 1 members of both societies are. in- e ec ua rsm. very reh gron must per~ona p~t e m t 1s sectron whrc 11 · )erfect fitti ng strapped sl i pptrs or oxfords possess tw o esse ntia ls, t he P riestly , is· tndeed Important to any ann ual vited. and th e Proph etic. T he Priestly 1 a nd w hi ch i n the '24 Book s hows an P lain or f a n es t r im. looks to th e past a n d is i ntellectu al, 1ample supp ly of origi n a lity and ~abiiPri c~ d at $4.00 to $7.50 J:'ROFESSOR s. M. · a lso it emphasizes c 1·eeds a n d b eliefs. , ily. Besides being larger this section BROWNELL R ESIGNS Th e p r op hetic f aces t he f utu r e a nd 1holds 'as its op ening pages something is emot ional, it emph asizes D eeds and w hich h as n ever been don e in t h e anConduct. T he Priestl y cl ass is a un a! before, something whic h t h e Prof essor Br owne ll, w h o has b een germ p lasm whic h preserves t h e life 1924 P e rnvi an can c laim as its own •' T h e home of Good Shoes'' away on a year's leave of a bsen ce, of hope but the Phrophe lic is a mu- in idea an d p r oduction. W ith its new and wh ile attending Yale U niversity, tation that produces n ew ideals for openin g scelion which i ntroduces a where h e has been completing his race advancement. most h a rmo nious and p leasing book "Arrowhead" Hosiery a11kle cliug. wo rk on a Master's D eg1·ee, h as deA Fun ctioning Democ r acy is a way a nd whic h yo u will be anxio us to see. ci~ed . to r esig n fro m h is p o_sition _ as p aved to D iv ine R ig ht a nd we h ave Al ready t his method of forming t he N ebraska €ity, Neb. P nnc1pal of t he D emonslJ•atwn H1g h go ne from Despotism l o Democr acy. opening pages of a co llege ann ual is

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PER U, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1924.

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ished by Miss LaUJ·a Mackprang II The banquet room was decorate d I to represent a Grecian court. Tall ' t; colonades lent to t he room a maj estic Q air of dignity and beaut y. The lowcred ceiling a nd backgro und a ided . h h in carrym g out t e ao 1or sc erne of purple a nd gold. T o one si de of the hall was the colonaded platform for , the harp ist. 1 The guests were sea ted at twelve long tables artistically arran ged in the room. An urn of jonquils graced : eiLher end of each table. Can d les of purple and go ld furt h ered the color : an d added much to the beauof the room. rh e men u cards of origin al desi g n were no less of c1·eation t han the jonquil nut c up s. ,' Eac h place was adorn ed w it h a minialu r e corsage of vio lets and ophelia 1 1·oses. I~ During the dinner, music was f u rn- j l ished by Marie Swanson, ren.o wned hnr·p ist of Omaha. Harp m us1c was 1 used for entertainment at old Greek 5 symposiums . Miss Swanson e?terta in e d w it h six teen selections, e a ch I ,. of which was a rare treat. A dinn e 1· consistin g· of t h.ree co u r.ses , was served by ma ide.~s m GrecJ.a n 1 robes. They served w1th a ll the d1g nit y and ease of olden Limes. Mr. Kenneth G ai nes was toastmas ter a nd t he fo llowing responded to the toas ts : ~ ~ Zenia Olin E liott' '25 Apokris is Mark Delzell , '2tl Nama E sther Keifer, '24 · Marion Marsh , '25 Prop h atJa . ll Zenia Neop h utos Mr · Holch 1fi

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deal of interest is being show n B great by the f a ns of t he c inders and the B weights. l\lay 19 Monday Both Conch Graf and Co nch Yerkes 7:30 p m. J oint P rog ram of Philomathea n a nd E verett Societies F f eel tbat t he ir squa ds will g ive a good accoun t of themselves. Neithe r JI.Iny 20 Tuesd ay coach is m akin g any b oasts, fo r P eru 8:00 p . m. Class Pl ay, "Th e Boo.mernn g F is a beginner in track activ ities •or May 21 Wednesday ins t ance, t h e P e ru-Tarkio m eet is the 10:00 a. m. Hig h Sc hoo l Comme ncemen t Address first dual m eet t ha t t h e writer can Superintenden t W. H. Morton, Beatrice f ind the Bob cats a p a r ty to. The 8:00 p. m. Ar tist Rec ital K ansas relays gave som e meager ex K ath ryn Bro wne, Chicago Civic Opera Co. peri ence to t h e r u nn ers, Edie, Conkle, ll Th?rpe, Majors, and Madde n. Ma v 2~ Thu rsday 'Ihe order of the ev ents f or the 10:00 a. m. May Day Ceremon iees May 3 meet fo llows: 2:30 p. m. Open air b and concert 1:30 ___ _120 - y a rd hurdles __ college :3:15 p . m. Pl a n tin g· of t h e I vy Shot p ut ------ hi g h sch oo l 1:35 __ 120 - yard hurdles __ h ig h sch oo l 8·00 p m Class night 1u 1:40 __ 100- yard d ash ____ __ co llege Ma y 25 Friday 1:40 s hot put ____________ college 10 :30 a. m. Commenceme nt Ad dress 1:45 __ 100 - yar d clash __ hi g h schoo l Ad ri a n M. Newe ns, D irectot· of t he Un ivers ity g 1:50 b1·oad jump ___ __ ___ college School of Music, Lincoln 2:00 __ mile run _________ ___ college :30 !>· m. A lu m ni lun c heon and In duction of t he Class of ~ 2:00 __ hi g h jump __ __ __ hig h s~~ool 12 1924 into the Alumni Association 2: 10 _ _440- yard clas11 ____ -- co ege 1II 2:10 __ pole voult __ ____ __ college Afte r noon Class r e unio ns 11 61 2:15 __ 440- yard dash ____ h~gh schoo 1 Official anno u ncement has not been made as to the last day of classroom 2:25 __ 220- yard dash ____ lng h sch oo l :H tiv it ies. But it is reaso n ab ly ce rta in t hat the last fu ll day of clases will j 2:35 __ 220- ya.rd cl ash - ---:-- college J-, e Tuesday , May 20. Books will be retu rned to t he library T uesday or ~ 2:35 __ bro ad JUmp ___ _)u g h schoo l Wednes dav. Watch for the official annou ncement later. . I'J 2:45 __ 2~0- ~arcl hu rd les ___ _co llege Dr. W-alte t· Ait ken, of St. P aul's Churc h, Linco ln, is a remal'l<ab le pu lp rt 11 2:50 __hr g h Jll.I!IP __ _ ___ college orator. ll is baccalaur·eate sermon will he a treat for the sc hool and t h e 3:00 __ 880 -y ard r un __ -_- - -coll eg e community. . 3:00 __ pole vau lt -- ____ hJ.gh school Two commu ni ty speakers of the cal ib re of W . H. Morton and Adrr a.n 3 :10 __ 880- .yard run ___ _high schoo l i\1. Newcns arc seldom heard the s ame week. The artist of the week IS fl 3:20 __ 2- mile run __ -----:---college Kathry n Br·owne of t he Chi cago Oper a Com pa ny. II 3:40 __880-yard relay ____ hi g h schoo l 3:45 --~80-y.ard relay ______ co lleg: 3:50 --Javehn ------ ___ ___ __ colleg Iii 3:50 __ discus __________ high sc hool " U h I I ..,.a::D _ _ _ _ _ CD _ _ .__a~~>_a:-.... ..,..,._cco_....,...,. ....=C!IDcc::tCIID . . . . c••uc•Cilll...,......,._._ 4:00 __j aveli n ------ ____ hig sc 100 lf

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'fhe second annual Rural Sc hoo l • is to be he ld on May 9, 1924. It ! Refer ee a nd scorer_ _____ E. C. Beck ' F or hi g h schoo L ____ Mark i is expected that t h e re w ill be a b out L S Delzell lb Starte1· ___________ ___ R . am er g ' four h u nd r e d r u ral c hildren from . , !· Otoe a nd Nemah a Counties present : , Cler k of c out·se and announcer._ Color Son g . James Conway ; on thi s cl a y. The foren oon will be op- · cd i n ; eJ inspectin rr t he camp u!<, b uild' ; Maste r of ce t·emon ies __ A. B. Cl ny bum - ---- 1927 1 THAN ' KING THE CLASS OF · b J u d ges o f r·te ld e\·e n ts: ing-s and c lassrooms of the va ri ous de- , s h 1 d1 Co ll ege __ ___ __ _Dell, F a unce, Bec k . p a t·tments of the Traini ng c oo an H irrh sc hooL. Taylor, Teic h, Fuller It is with ,.,rr reat pleas ur e that we d ' College. A t noond ay a p icnic lunc h., 26 • exten ' eon ~vi ii be ser ved. The afte rnoon the Sophomore class o f I Our Sl.ncere thank s to ou r b enef actors, . PROF ESSOR CRAGO w ill be opened in various field act-l mo s t the Fres hme n class , for the. · i\' ities w hi ch w ill be interesting anc T ALKS O N PROGRESS ~umptious banquet ser ved 1ll our., entertain in g to al l. Th e followi n~ · h prog r am w ill be carried ou t on t he honot· on Apr il 25. Mr. Cnlf.-'O spo ke to t he join t meetOur one gr:at ho~e pi~re:~~~on t ~ Athletic F ield in the afternoon: in g- of the Chr·istian Associations at Freshmen realtze OU I ba t'f I a ff air ' ChildJ·en wil l be g J·ouped s im il arly ' PR OF ESSOR A. L. HILL seven-thi rty Wednesday even in g in '1 d I t thel· r efforts in this eau 1 u ' the wor 1;; to the way they were g roup e as P rof. A. L. Hill, adv isor· of the t he h igh sc hoo l assembly room . T he We know from experience year. it takes · and the marve Ious de coraPROFESS OR A E . HOLCH · .. · F 1·es· hman c lass, is head of th e de- subject of his lecture was " New Lin es ' h. h ad been Group L __ _ -~ - =-~ - -·_Ages 8 lo 10 par tment , of math ematics. H e came of Progress. ' Th is speech concludtions showed that not m g h PI·of. A. E. Holch of t he .Soph.- Group 2 __ ----- -- -- - Ag es 10 to 12 to P eru State Teach ers Coll ege the ed th e se ries of lectures of w hic h ""a•·ed J·n maki.n g t his banqu~t ht toe 1r. ~,. W s lass is head of t he bJOio g r- G roup 3 __ -- -- ______ Ages 12 to 0 seco nd semeste t· of last year. Si nce members of t h e f ac ul ty parti cipated. " lorious success it w as. e WI · o more c ' ' 0 l.., f app recr - cal d e partmen t. He h as been a mem- Group 4 __ ---------------- ver 0 that lime he has had c ha rge of t he Tru ly the program h as been be nif ical make special mention o ur. f . f It fo f ive · h · h h .... · d h ·cs · wh1ch m n- bet· of the P er·u acu Y r Jn case someone u nder CJg t w1s es classes i n mat e w nllcs an P yst · in many ways. W e a re pleased that ation of t h e harp musiC t the to ente r Gro up 1 · there will be no Mr. Hill received his A. B. from, the town's people h ave attend ed t hese ye;t~.· H o lc h rece i ved his A. B. de- objections No child w ho is l ak in ;:- Doane, nnd he has done consid ei·able m eetin gs r egula rly. Those who took ished entertainmen~ thruou course of tbe b a nqu eve· will loo 1< b ac 1< rr r ee f r om Un i vc t'S ·t I Y of Co lo r ado high scoo l wo r 1< w 't II b c pen nitte d \VO J·J,· fo 1• 111's mas ter's d egr ee at the part in t hi s p r ogram a re: Pro~e~so r In later yea r s , as \ . of P e ru. .-h J·s bac l1e lor of music d egree from to- coJnpete in any of these ev ents. : Univ er·sity of Nebras ka. He is a w. F H oyt, Science a nd Reh g10n ; memones h' A M 1 . I over our h app Y banquet . .t of Illin ois and ts · · BO YS member of t he hono r a r y ec u catrona Mi ss Cla ra M. Mi nne, Bole P eace Plnn, Sophomore Umversr Y · C d t he Fres h manne of t he f' ·om Un ivers it y of o 1ora 0 · J-2-3-4 f ralernitv Ph i Delta Kap p a. . th .11 d , to us as o degree 1 h 50 Yat·d Das h · bl' P resident W . R. P ate' Education as WI stan ou ~ be forrrotten . go to P eru Mr. Hole 2-3-4 Mr·. Hill h ns 1)Cen Ill e p u tc a W orld Proble m ; Prof essor A. B. "' I Befor~ colmu~ ipp le C~·ee k, Co lo. 100 Ya rd Dash 1-2-3-4 sc hoo l of t.h e state a bout e ig h t years. Clayb u r n, The Str ange r Within our happiest and never-to- 1 events of the year. tau g ht 111 t e r b Hi gh Broad J um p 2-3-4 His experience includes · t he superin- Gates; P rof esso r G. W. Brown, BeHi g h Jump . d the Scotts b luff, Ne r H h as a dded sevr a l 1.-2-3-4 tendencies of Uti ca a nd Beaver hi nd the R an ge, and Professor A a n Y 5 1 e Baseball Th ro w N HISTOR PERUVIA cnuv s. "' d amon g· the latest is , Crossing . C 1·ago, New L ines of P rogress. Each co urses at r e u, d 1 GIRLS . - -of Chamberlain · e t ics He h as stu Y -2-3-4 · In the W orld W a r Mr. Hill was nn to pi c was one whi ch is bef or e th e 1 I ctwn the cou rse Jn gen . k c·t and 50 Yard Dash I I L W h h it t e e ~ f d of Willhoit as ce nte r wo r k a t Nebras a t y ' ' Nail Driv in« Contest 1-2-3-4 ear ~ vo un eer-. He spe nt a year of world at t h e present time an d conas ecl itor-in-ch re • an t year's , ' ,., L EVENTS : servtce in F r a nce; t wo. mo nths of cerns us . business-man a ge•· for no~r minds, Auburn. fessor Ho lch has a ' GE NERA ' ' i t his was .exceeding ly actrve. ' He now Mr. Crag o is v itally inte r ested in Peru vian . col1l e t o I We Next year P•·o t work on hi s , Tug of War by Sch oo ls : Not more . holds a commission i n t h e Officers edu cation not as · a n e nd, b u t as a tho ughts of the past and nruat~~ name le ave of a bsence ~osen University than eig-ht pupils participatin g on a I Reser ve Corps .. means. H e f eels t h a t in order to give 1908. doctorate. H e h as c I team. . i It is Mr. Hill's c lass th a t ente rtain- eve ry one a n eq u al opportuni t y edcan trace its begining un e of "Peru v ian" back t o thh.e ~.~~e Oak of Nebraska. s of the fo llowing I Relay Race : 440 Y~rds-- 4 p up tls ! ed t he Sop homores so regally on Snt(Contin ued on lnst page) ·ous to t lS, He wears t h e Key ) per tencher, eac h runnm g- 110 ya rds. j urclay last. Some time prevl t by the seniors (C ont inued on second page. Leaf" had been put ou . a o e .) (Continu e d o n last p ,.

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PERU CANDY KITCHEN Get your fresh Beach-nut Fruit Drops here

Entered at the Postoffice at Peru, Nebraska as second-clas s matte r.

Several teachers have been elected from among our stu dents since the P edagogian went to press last week. Published Weekly by the Peru State Teachers College Several more will have been elected Single copy 5 cts. before this paper gets to its readers. $1. 00 per year. It is no easy matter to keep abreast If you do not reeeive your Pedagogian leave notice in the Pedago- of the positions these spring days. gian box in the Administrati on builrling. Esther Delzell, '23, who h as been - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - - . - doin g some p ost-graduate work at the GEO. R. WILLY Edttor college this year h as accepted a poDA VID COSTELLO BusinesR Manager . s ition in the Nebraska City High EMELIA NOVOTNY Campus . School. Miss Delzell will have charge MARION MARSH _. Campu8 of t he history deparment. CRYSTAL MEY E R Organizations Helyn . Hu~b~rt, ' 2 5, one of the . . more act1ve JUmors on the campus, MYRL EMRICK Organtzattons has been elected to teach i n the Omal<UTH SANDELL Personal8 ha public schools. Miss Humbert HELYN HUMB~RT Personals ! will p robably be p laced in the interMILDRED PATE Classes mediate g r ades. G RkCE M ETTZ C lasses I Golda M. Calvin, '25, who has . taught at Hastings, has been re-elect. C trcu 1atwn ed at an i ncrease in salary. This will DOROTHY WADE Special Reporters: Lucy Armstrong, Louise Harris, Berntce be her seco nd year in the Hastings schoo ls . Lewi s, Helen Jones, Me rri tt Whitte n .

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If you are ambitious and: willing to work hard , and are in terWe are teac h ers, all of us. That is, we are teac hin g or we are preparin g principal sever al weeks a go. 24 ested to know about life insurance as a vocat ion, address the LIN· to teach. May the Pedagogian q uote fo r yo u w hat a New England schoo l George R. Willy, ' • president of the senior class, has signed a contract COLN UB ERTY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Linco la , Nebr., system has written as its commandments? . . to teach histo ry and coach at Wilber or cal l in person at 305 Granter B uilding, 1 2th and 0 streets. 1. T h ou sh alt have other mterests bes tdes. t he sc.hoolroom. I H'1g h S c h oo 1. Mr. W'll · 1 y h a d a c h 01ce . 2. . 10u s a lt not try to make of thy c htldren h ttle tmages; for t h ey are f t 't' d t d W'lb Tl h . . . . . . . . . . o wo post tons an accep e 1 er. a hve h ttle bunch, vJsttmg the wn gghng of the1r capt1v1ty upon you, then· 1 Th e B oar d o f Ed uca t 1on ' f rom S atenche t·, unto the las t weary mi nute of t he day; and showing interest and co- lem made a v isit to Peru to interview opet·ation unto th ose w h o give a reasonab le freedom in working. teachers. As a consequence, the Pe3. Thou s h alt not scream the names of thy c h ildren in irritation, for they ruvian may report several e lections 1 will not hold thee in respect if thou screamest th eir names in vain. next issue. 4. Remember the last day of t he week, to keep it h appy. - - -- - · __ 1 5. Honor the fee lings of thy children, that their good will may speak well ROSCOE WRIGHT for thee in the domain over w hi ch thou rulest. REPRESENTS PERU 6. Thou shalt not kill one breath of stirring endeavor in the heart of a little child. I Roscoe Wright of Peru took fourth 7. Thou shalt not s uffer any u nkindness of speec h or action to enter the place in the extemporaneous speaking cont est held the night of t he twentydoor of thy room. 8. Thou shalt not steal for the drudgery of many "paper s" the precious fifth at the college a udito rium, York Every Size A1ways Fresh hours that should be g iven to recreation, that thy strength and happiness Nebraska. At 7:50 t he con testants drew nummay appear unto all that came within thy presence. 9. Thou shalt not bear witness to too many precious schemes of "busy bers for their order of speaking, and work ', for much scattered effort is a wearing to the so ul and a stumbling drew the s ub ject f or t heir speech They were g iven ten minutes in block to wee fing ers. 10 Thou shalt not covet th y neig hbor's room, nor her children, nor her whic h to consult their notes. PromptWhen plunning your picnic luncheon see us mann er, nor her s ystem, nor anything that is th y neighbors; work out t hine ly at 8:00 p . m . five speakers, reprefor your eats own salvation with fear a n d trembling only don't let anyone know about senting that many Nebraska colleges, walked into the a uditorium without S..\R-A.-LEE SPREAD FOR SANDWICHES the fear and trembling. notes of any description and the con11. THOU SHALT LAUGH: Cheese, Pickles, Potato Flakes When it r ains, and woo ly"-smelling wee ones muddy t h e f loor; when it test began. F ollowing is a list of the Lunch meati"t, Bread. Cookies, Cakes, Fruits. blows, and doors b an g ; when little angels conceal their wings and wigg le; speaker s and their s ubjects: when Tommy spills the ink, a n d Mary flops a trailing tray of letters ; when Levi L oreman, York, P roposed visitors appear at the precise moment when all small heads have forgotten <Zompensation for Ex-service Men everything you thoug ht t h ey knew. And I say unto you , LAUGH, for upon George Bruntz, Hastin gs, Labor Phones 73 and 78 all t hese commandments h ang the law a nd the profits of the schoolroom! Government of Eng land. - From "Boston Teachers' News L etter," ! Harry Harmon, Cotner, The E nforce- ~~~~~--------------------------..! ================;================ ' ment of t h 18th Amendment. PERUVIAN STAFF ENDORSE ENgraving , for the sooner the photoRoscoe Wright, Peru, The Bok G RAVER AND PHOTOGRAPHER. g raphs go in, the larger the disco unts Peace P lan. 1 We can r ebu ild and r e n ew three pa i rs of your comfortable o ld 1 are, a nd this year the discounts h ave Mary Way, Central, Recog nition of shoes for the p r ice of ooe good new pair. The 1924 Peruvian h as indeed been been t h e largest possible. Con- t he Russian Government. "Flexible fortun ate in the commercial wo rk of sequently the book h as been enla rged Levi Lor eman captured f irst place; Soles u sed on wo men 's shoes. Lhe book. Its engraving, which the by sixteen p ages and fifty-five addi - Henry Harmon, second; George Artcrafts En?rav~ng Co. ~f St. Joseph tion~l cuts have been purchased. Br untz third; Roscoe Wrig ht, fo urth The Be!iit Shoe Shop--W. E. Railsback, Proprietor. h ave been domg, IS a quah ty p r oduc , W tth such exceptional engravin gs and Mary Way, fifth. and is doin g its full sh are to uphold 1 and photog raphs, the 1924 Peruvian Loret~an, Brentz and Harmon were the book's motto. The Staff fee ls ex- has been aided materially in f ulfill- expenence~ men. E~ch man h ad repceptionally fortunate to have had the in g its motto "A WINNER •. 1 res~nted h1s co llege m the State Orapers~nal services of one of the comI toncal ~on test and eac~ was a mempany s most able and experie nced MORE SNAPSHOTS i her of h1s co llege debatmg t eam. We men in Annual construction. This see t hat Mr. Wright lacked experiExpert W atch ond Jewelry Repairing has been Mr Clyde Sherman · the When t he various drives were b~- ence. · · g mad e early m . t h e year b y the 1 The "Nelson P lan of Judg1'ng" A nnua l Manag er, w h ose wtse an d m . . ' timely s uggestions h ave for stalled Peruvian Staff for more snapshots, wh~ch giVes every. facult! represe nWe use only Genuine moterio1 many a mistake. His personal ser- we wonder ed w hy so many were tatlve an opportum~y to Jud ge every in our wutch repoir work vice, together with t h e q uick ;action needed· since it was reported that contestant except hts own w as u sed of the company and exceptional.qual- a hundred or two had already been : ~idss .Plaehn consi~efrs this met hod of ity of the engraving work done, have turned in. We s hould not for get JU gm g most. sat1s ac~ory. She exPrices Reasonoble forced t h e 1924 Peruvian Staff to en- however that in a collection of P.resses the w1sh that 1t may b e condorse whole-heartedly t he work of the pictures of t his sort ver y many dup- tl uned to be used. . Artscraft s Engraving Co. lications occur. The a1m · th's a receptiOn was 1 yem.I . After the . contest . Before the engraver can do satis- h as bee n that by increasing t h e ;1ven the VISitors at t he g irls' dorm1 facto r y work, he must have perfect 1;1mount of space g iven to this phase ot·y: , . . . . pic tures to star with. The p ictures of the bonk ' d'm g . d up- I~ Th1sf was . P e ru s tmttal entry mto , , and b y d 1scar which t he 1924 Peruvian co ntains this lications, from the availa ble supply it state orenstcs. It. proved . to us that year we re made, with t h e exception will produce a s naps hot section w hich what Peru needs IS expenenc~. We Central City, Nebr. of one or two, by t he P eterson Studio will r e1)1"esent a much 1arge1. num _ h ope t hat t' .next .yearh P e ru w1ll not at P e t·u. Mr. P eterso n purchased ber of the students. With this dem- ion 1Y p a r t.c1p a te m t e exte.mporaneseveral hundred dollars worth of n ew ocratic view the sec t'ton h as b een en - 1 ous speakmg contest but. Will send a · . I man to the St ate Ora toncal Contest' equipment this year to enable him larged and ·the v anous call s f or ptebetter to m eet t he needs of h e tures made. The budget too was bent . test, an d will a t least sc hedule four Peruvian. This improvement has and twisted to ma k e poss1'bl e t 11e 1 or five d e bates. shown up in the work' and resulted financ ing of the additional numbe r in endless praise of his photog raphy of engr avi ngs necessary With an PROFESSOR A. E. HOLCH by the engravers. "Peterson p hoto- addit ional amount of space, and the J gt·aphs" are a standard of quality .use ?f .a la r ger n.umbe r of p ictures, (Continued llrom firs t page ) which are hard to equal T h e effie- arr~nged with the. inte ntion of supp - honorary societies and fraterni t ies: ient handling of 'th e prints in the ort ~ n g. d ~moc r a t IC v te':"s, · the '24 1 Botanical Society of America studio has done much to enable the Pe1 uv1an 1s not on ly gom g to have Delta Sigma R ho Peruvian to send photos to the en- a d~cidedl y represe ntative snaps hot Mu Kappa Alp ha graver unusually early . This gave sectwn but one of the best yet Kappa Delt a Pi t he s taff a large reduction on the e n - produced. Pi Kapp a Gamma

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CAMPUS NEWS h-ene Nelso n is in L in co ln r eceiving J?-E A GOOD CO RRESPON DENT wi th the Hea cock medical t reatment. f.l an and earn a good inco me wh i le learning ; we sho w Mrs. A. Jindra of W ilbur sp ent y o u how; begin actual work at once'; all or spare ti me; seve r a l da ys last week w it h her son P rof. V. H Jindra. ~xP.erienc~ u.n n ece!!Sllr Y; np c.an vassin g; s~nq f or parti culars. Newawriters tra ining Bureau , Buffalo, N . Mrs. W. E. Emr ic k, and Leo Fish ell of Fair bury called on Myrl E mr ick at Mt. Vernon Su nd ay The Sop homore class p lay will be _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _..,;,_ _ _ _ _-:-~ ·-------~-~ g iven May 20 instead of May 22, as ~ · d an no unced in last week's Ped agogian. We boost Peru-and Feea you t~o

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la s t w ord i n fin e tai loring, with out the worry of t ai lore d to o r de r w o rk $45. 00 and $5 0.00.

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t heir goo d music. R osco e Wr ight, Per u's r ep r es ent ative f or t he State j E xtempo raneous Speaking cont est, gave a ver y in teresting t alk on "Child T he Bank on the Corner L abor." W e f eel thatJ P eru is .__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _,_ _ __ _ _ _...,:

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g oing to be well r ep resent ed at Yor k. Miss Minne had charge of t he devotion al serv ice F r iday. The Misses Mary McVay and Opa l Jackson p lay1 ed a pi ano duet. This is not the first t ime t he wonder ful abi lit y of t hese g irls has been br ou ght before the

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W E P AY 5 percen t I NTEREST O N S A VINGS The Business Manag er of the '24 I' P eruvian r ecent ly an nounced th at there are just f ou r t een books which have no t been placed by t he payment .__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _._.:

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CHAPE L . T he facu lty and students listened to a very appr opri ate Arbor Day . progr am Mon day. Dean Delzell after a f ew rema rJ, s co·ncer ning the impor t ance of Ar b or Day, introduced the spe aker of t he mornin g W aldo Will' hoft, who presen ted t he life and works of J . Ste rlin g Morton. Mr. W illhof t is from Nebrask a City and we f eel t hat h e was able to d o j ustice Mill ard Bell of to t his not ed man Beat rice disc ussed th,~ p.lanting of trees in ou r p rair ie · la r),Q.s . . Those spl endid st u den.t ., ta l k ~., <;.ft!)_ed f orth I our app reciation of t.!1e t r~~s her e at Pe r·u a nd ou r duty towards preservation of _the trees fo r: . th~ ·.fu ture g enerations. . -. ' W ed nesd ay the . \ld,y.anced music cl ass under the lefl,s:Ier ship of Miss

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11916-- J. W Boyd L. F. Chord time.s and treatment they had receivGood Looking Foot Wear ., 1917-- Elmer Wilso n Bryan Emmert e'd · during the schoo l year. Mr. and Continued froJ11 first p age.) . 1918-- Earl Harlow 'Lois J . Wirth ; Mrs. Linn left on the morni ng train, 1 ucation must develop as c~mpletely 1, 1919-- Vivian Te ic h Betty Sauman -W ednesd ay, the 16t h, to go i nto t he ; It is just na tu ra l that everyone as matel'ial improvements h ave done. ! 1920-- D or othy Roettger H. J . Cattle r estau r ant business in Allian ce. Ne- i craves good looking foot wear. Those who have tal<en much w ork 1921-- Amy Adams Raymond Huffer braska_ We ha ve ca r du ll y considered 1 under his s upervision know th a t Mr. ' 1922-- Herbert Kelly A. L . Biehn this i n selecting t he new foot Crago is continually sear c hing fo r a 1923-- Rich a rd Madden Glen Frary FOUNDING AND j wear f Jr sp r i ng and summer and better method o r how to improve con - 1924-- Zen as Teich . Omar Sperry , NAMING BR?W~VILLE. ditions. j 1925-- Roy Chamberlam I The tow n of Brow n ville IS much 1 a r e now r e ad y to show the m with The theme of lectures is fo.unded W. A. Wi llhof t reputed as t he .oldest town in Nemaha ! the a ssura nce that no one will be · : County, Nebraska, tho in truth it is I i n the following quotations; the first d i sappoi n t ed wh e n look ing over from J ohn 10:1 0 "I · am come that EASTER BREAKFAST. : not._ As earl~ as the year ~853 . a th e stoc k. No matter wha t yon have in mind, Madame, we f eel sure they m ig ht h ave life and that they I ha lf-b reed Indra n named Derotn latd might have it more abunda ntly "" Did you not w on de r wher e the sen- out the town 0f St. D e r oin. This was tha t you r wants can be fulfilled here. Pictured a strap in pate nt ,. secondly, from I-I. G Well's . in t he iors were goin g Easte r morning? Miss t he first town site and w h ere t he first 1 American Magazine for February Pa lmer and Mrs. Beck ente1·tained goods were soJrl in the cou nty. Rob- I leathe r w it h a n e a t trim 1 Price d at $7.00 1924 in which he says that "the last t he Seni or s a t an E aste1· breakfast at ert Hawke was the proprie to r of the one hundred years h as been the sup- 8:15 o c lock· April twenty ,1924. sto re. Even today if one chances to reme century f or material develop When a ll h ad assemb led we d1·ew p ass th ru t his neck of the w oods this ment. In the century to come we car ds on which were p rinted names same store may be seen, cli nging t o will try to make w onderful men." such as Chicken Little, H enny Penny, the side of the r iver bluff like a ••The home of Good Shoes" The material inven tions will not de- Li ttle Red Hen and Ba nty. W e were larg-e b urr. and velop much, but sc hools and society asked to find our places by t hese This was, however, regarded only will have made many strides toward names. Narrow strips of yellow as an In dian t rad in g post. It w as 1J e_, •' ..\. ,-,-ow he a d " H os1e r y a n k Ie c I i tlfl· the lon g \Vi shed for U topia. This c r epe paper led fr om the centerpiece for e the nu lli f!cation of t h e I ndian Nebr-aska €ity. Neb. inn ovation will come about by an of yellow poppies to the menu-p lace ti t le and be longed to what was callerl :..,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _..._ _ _ _ _ _,.: a ppli catio n of sc ientifi c study of ca rds of yellow. On these were the h a lf -breed reservation. men's motives. Mr. Crago s tated printed our respective titles. After the nullific ation of the Indian ---·- - - - - - · - - - - - - that "Science has discover ed and will The breakfast co ns isted of: t it le the first att empt at m ak ing what discover trut h that will make possiOranges en fleur may be ca lled a permanent settlemen t Bananas wa~ in may, 1854. It was in t h at ble a more abunda nt life for all r aces. Oatmeal Fo r many centuri es man power was Cream mon t h that Richard Brown and Tou rex pended in mere s ubduin g of the Goldenrod E ggs Bacon bird H. Edwar ds came into the connelements. Scien tific discovery h as Coffee t y wi t h t he int~ntion of mak ing perd ec reased the amo un t of energy need- P orc upin e app les Sugar stick mane nl settlement. Only a short ed fo r foo d getti ng. The s urplus en With Mr .Beck as ch ief entertainer Lime before th~y. with others, started Peru College vs. Tarkio ergy may be "cirected in to a mo r e the conve rsation had not time to lag. from Holt County, Missouri· Some a bund ant life." Curious to say we al l talked "shop ." crossed t he river and came up on t he Pe r u Prep vs. Auburn Hi~b on Peru fie l d . H ere Mr. Crago expl ain e d how The Sen iors are bo rn teac hers! Sun- Neb ra~ka si de. prog ress had been made in a few d ay sc hool and churc h called away Richard Brown, a lumberman, ! Tenni~ - Peru vs . Tad< io, 9;00 a . m . fiel ds. Throug h medicine, physical some of t h e company Wherever the broug·ht his saw-m ill wi th him. W hen t r aining and c hild welfare a better Seniors met during t he next weell he reached the oresent site of Brownt ype of p hysical life w ill d evelop. one cou ld hear "Say, d idn't we have a ville his experi.~nced eye saw in that T wenty one states h ave compulsory good time?" "Well, I say. Everyone place an ideal sp ot in w hi ch to lo 3~ phys ical education. There will come was so congen ial." cate. Fo r at that ti me those rugg·ed a time w he n every sc hoo l will realize slopes supported some of the finest Budget Event ~5 cents its valu e a nd make physical train in g Y. W. C. A and most abu11d ant timber in this or a part of t hei1· c urricu la. The 1 a dj oini ng states. prin ciples of physics will be appli ed The Y. W . C. A. was pleased to I Brown erected a Jog cabin near t h e to invent r.ew labor sav mg devices have th e Y lVI. C. A. meet wi th t h em I ba nks of the river, a short distance Chemistry will make it oos~ible to at their last Cabinet meeting. ' so uth of where t he Burlington depot f eed our world bette t· anct c heaper. The time was spent in discussing now stands. Quite a settlement was The Jaw:; .,f inheri tance will be made problems which had been brought soo n made. Brownville was laid out Price List !mown t hru Bio lo!!v. Scientific orin- up at the Lincoln Conference and in Apr il, 1856, the survey being mad e ciples wi ll be appl ied to business and and applying these problems to our by Allen L. Cnates. Rich a rd Brown Roses per d ozen $2.00 t o $4 . 00 industry. Sociology will untang le the campus. and B. B. Frnzie1 were the p r op rieCar nati ons 1.25 laws of society. Psyc hology will aid There is to be a j oint meetin g of to rs. The first house was erected by Snap Dragon " $1.50 to 2. 00 thru child welfar e, mental h ygie ne, Y. M. and Y. W. on W.ednesd ay Ta ulbil"Cl H. Edwar ds, who accompanPlants now ready . and mental testing. evening, Ap1·il 30th. All members ie d Brown to Neb raska. This house W i r e. phone or wri te . All orders filled prompt ly One of t he functions of education of both societies a re urged to attend was known as the Nebrasl\a H ouse, afterward the Americ an House. is to di scover truth . Education is t he meetin g F'l owP. r s f nr all occasi ons Sf ,\ 1AN1'0N & PENCE selec tin g out t he peopl e most mentI t is · evident why Brownville was all y fit to cany on the work of eduSOPHOMORE CLASS NOTES so named : for Rich a rd Brown. He :Sunn vs 1de Green H ou~e . Phone 95 Fa lls City, Nebr . cation . Unless ideals of service and was t he first settler, an d the founder Prices subject to change w i tho u t n otice. of brotherhood of tol e1·ance are devThe Sop omores were ente l·tainecl of t he town . On Feb rua r y 9, 1857, eloped t hese in tellectually supermen a t a party last Saturday evening in the Te rri toria l ·Leg islature p assed an wi ll exloit the weake r c lasses t he hi g h sc~ool assembly ~·oom. . act. i ncorpor:.ting t he town of 1 Mr. Crago said thab "Science w ill Th e evenmg w as sp ent 111 playm g ' Brow nville. R oy Ch amberlain. discover t r uth, sc ientific education a l various games. The "ordinary" s ystems w ill teach these t ruths to the party (was) ended with the serving T he Juni or and Senio r classes will Summer rising gener ations· bu t only the of r efres hments. Eve1·y one said have a Jun ior-Senior di nner on May emotion of religion will apply th ese that they were the best · ever, at 16. Committees h ave been appointed School t ruths in bring in g about a bettet· least they seemed to be muc h en- and h ave already begun their work. P ROFESSOR CRAGO SPEAKS.

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Sophomores at [ r----~---------------------------------- Bobcats Do Well in Nebraska Cityll First Track Meet The Sophomore class met at t h e I I ~tntion May, 1st. at. the un h oly h ou r I II In the first inter-co llegiate track meet ever entered by the Peru State

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do rmitory. a nd all sp e n t t h e next fifteen m inutes prepa l"i ng to d r eam over the events of th e day. The Sop homo r es w is h t o t hank t h e !-lebrask a City C h am be r of Commerce for the sp le n d id treat m en t whic h they rece ived wi th in t he ir beautiful inte ·esting City. 1 KAT H RYN BRO WNE

Roland th e P awnee was Edie, hi g h-point man "speedof th e meet. With t hree firs ts , two secon ds, and one thi rd , the P awnee lad a eoun t e d f or 22 po1nts. Wood the · cTop eka "gray hound," was next in p omts · earned. This r eally remarkable di stance runn er too k three firs ts and two thirds for 17 points. Cav in, the Superior· "flash," furn ished the crowd some t hrills racing Edie. :u aJors I ,... · an d W e1mer · d eser ve spec1al · men tion. Majors showed as much dogged pe1·sistence,- the stuff men are made of-as any man on the fie ld. He t agged W ood for a mile at a ~ast.er clip than he eve r ran before, fims hmg a few yards behind t he Tarkio men. The m ile was won in 4:47 ¥.! on a slow trac k. That means that Majors ran his mile in about 5:50. And then he came back and placed in the .low hurdles.; and . fin ished f ourth 111 t he two-m1le. MaJors made many friends among the track fans. Weimer v au lted to ti e f o1· fi rst with 1tis arm in spl in ts, and lacked one inch of jumpin g twenty f eet. ·W eimer is a

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God s preacI s a c arpe t soft an d g ree n O'e r w h tc ' h we pass; A t hick-piled mat of jeweled sh eenA tree whose hun gry mouth is prest A n d th a t IS · Gr ass. Against t he earth's sweet flowin g b r east; Deli g h tful music woos th e ea 1·; j The g r ass is st ir r ed A tree t h at loo ks at God all day, . Down to the he ar t of every spee 1·And lifts he r leafy arms to pray ; Ah, th at's a Bird. 1.

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m an wit h possibilities. The Edie-Cavin r aces were spect nculm·. Ed ie barely nosed out Cnvt· n in t h e century in the remark able · tnne of 10 % seconds. Cavin took the I 44 0 · h · f 1 t te w1t a S IX- oot encl. But Ed ie came rig ht bac k at him and nosed him out in the 220-y ard cl ash. In t he rel ay the two met aga in. Edie h ad a s hort lead on his man a nd he held it th1·uout. Peru started in by taking th e lead in the meet. Parriott su rprised t he

Kathryn Browne, t h e .c h arm ing young American P rima -D on a Mezzo - PER U SPLITS EVEN I N SINGLES. He Look th e sel 7-5. It was an examAUBURN W I NS FROM PERU.. c1·o wd by t a kin g the hi g h hurdles in p ie of wh at steady t ennis playin g will a close r ace. Then Wood ran a p i·etsophrano of the C hi cag-o Civic Oper a do. ty mile and Tarkio tool< the lead. But Company. w ill g-ive a rec ita l May 21, at the Peru State T eac hers Coll ege . In t he fi r st inte r -t:olleg iate te nnis Laug hlin paired with Costello in In the du al meet held at Peru Sat- Tarkio did not k eep her lead long, She is a graduate f rom t h e Univ e r s it y t h at Peru h as played f or year s, t he th e doubl es and lost afte r a tenific urd ay, May 3, Aubum h ad no tr ouble f or the field events whittled it to of Illinois. is a D . A. R. , t he d a u g h te r Bo bcats s pli t even in s ing les and lost struggle. W au gh and Boettner -won in defeating P et·u High, m akin g a pieces and then gave Peru a f ancy t h e doub les to T arkio, Satu r d ay 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. Willhoft p aired wi t h tota l of sixt y-two po ints to Peru's lead. It was n ot until after the t wom o1·ni ng. W illhoit's great co me back Beck and lost to McMulle n and Ge1·- t wenty-three. mile that T arki o took the lead again. against Ge l'l as h in the second set and las h. The T arkio . men p layed n fi ne Cole, Curtis. Andrew and Allen Those nine poi .1ts in the next to last C.r ago's consis t en t pl ay in g ag ain~t d oubl es g-ame to win 6-:.1, 6-4. were the ma in point getters f o1· Peru. event meant P et·u's downfa ll. In the Boe~Ln e r· wer e t he o utst an d ing f eaThe t ennis tou mament will be De lze ll and Heywood of P eru had the field events t he Bobcats were s ut u 1·es f r·om t he Peru po int of view. pla yed t his wee k. Th e next ou tside dist ance r uns to t h emse lves. preme. For instance, th e Bobcats The followi n g is a summ ary of the took all three places in the discus. T he P e r u vi ans m ade a r emarka bl e co mpetitio n will p robably be with t he s how in g f o r a firs t com p et ition . Pe1·u Commercia l Club against Good, ev en ts wit h t he dista nce or time: Whitten p laced first with 112 fe et; Bec k p layed McMu llen, and Coslel- Shreve. Mac kp r ang and Lukl. 100-yard 'dash- CoJe, Auburn; Allen, W eimer finish ed seco nd with 105 feet; lo p layed W a ug h to s t art th e m ate~. A '" r n; Daven po rt, Peru; time 11.5. and Conk le too k t hird with just beW au g h di s pos ed of Cos tello 111 PERU AT COMMERCIA L CONTEST. Mile run- Delzell, P eru; E nds, Au- low a hundred. In the sho t-put Weis tl·aig h t sets, 6-2. ~-1. wh en t he Juli a n burn; War d. Au b ul'll ; t ime 5:26. mer and R eev es led with p u ts of. 36 r acqu etman f a iled t.o keep t he ba lls Friday. Ap r il 25 ou r rep1·esen lative;; 220-yard da~ h -Co l e. Auburn ; An- f eet, 8 lh inches, and 34 f eet 9 inches, in t h e bac k cou r t. Coste llo's b ack- to the comm er c ial contest went drew, Au.b urn ; Dil lon , Pel'U; t ime 26.1. respectively. In t he j avelin Hoy and co u rt !!'ame was at its worst, and t h roug h mud and r ain lo make n 44 0-yard r u n- All en, Aubum; Dil- Edie p laced f or eig ht p oints. Hoy W a u g h took ad va ntag·e of th e fact. good s howin g f or Peru . The contest lon, Peru ; Bath, P eru ; ti me 1:02. m ade 139 feet and Ecl ie made 135 fe et Bet:k outvo ll ey ed and 0 ~ t-ru~hed Me- was held in Omaha. More th an one 880- yat·d 1·u n- Heywood, P eru ; Del- 7 inches. Points were divided but once. Mu lle n an d took t he first set 6-?. Me- hun d red and fift y stud ents were in ze ll, Peru ; Ends, Aub urn; t ime 2:21.1. Mu llen sho wed a comple te re versal a ttend a nce,· 20 h ig h schoo ls a nd six R. H. ju mp- Cu r tis, Auburn; Crook- Kruse, Melchar, W eimer, and Buisi.n t h e second set and wo n it 6-0. Then coll eges bein g· represented. er, Auburn; Heywood , Peru ; distance ing a ll tied for t he vault record. All t h e c lu b adv iso1· un cor ked som e more Per u was represen ted by one hi g- h 5 f eet 3 in t:h es. f ailed to make 11 f eet. · )Jlaceme nt vo l.ley in g a nd took t he set sc hoo l stud ent, Marg a 1·et Dahlslom, R. B. jump- AIIen 1 Auburn; AnThe relay was a pretty race. Conwho took t hir d pl ace 111 'lf a prominent C hi cago Rota n a n , -l ,· a n d the match 6:2, 0-6, 6 -1. . t. Ite nov ice ch·ews, Auburn; Heywood , P eru; dis- kle took the p ole and kept ahead o f Y toui· - 6 W ill hof t played Ge rl ash, an ·'u C r ago t ype writ · ing, writ · in · g 56 wor d s pe1· I la nce 19 fet 6 inches. .and p 1·o ved her ~Americanism . F b·ance Hector, h anding t h e b aton t o Ma dd en 1 Ing the A. E. F · camps ll1 fo llo.w - pl a y ed Boett n e r in t h e. seco nd ha.lf. minu te. The winner. of f ir st p lace Shot - Cu r tis, Auburn ; Andrew, Au- with a ten-foot le ad. Madd en held These news papers 1 d , WI th 62 w~r~Is pel"~ bum; _Heywood , P eru; distance 36 his lead over W est b roo k , d e I'1vermg · of h emade r ab the ili ty as a Ge rl ash's masterful ser v1ce h a d. W III.- w~s G ':an d I san ing comme n t s . hoft at hi s mer c y t h e fi rs t set . Ge1- , mmu te, seco nd pla~e, 58. wo1d s. ' fee t 6,mches. th e baton to Hoy. Hoy d eserves much concert artist. 'd d . It w inning· 6-1 Jn the second s et 1 In coll ege c hampwn sh1 p s ho1.·thand 1 Discus- Andrew Aubu r n· Andrews cr edit fo r entering t he event, and he "N ew mezzo .. mad as 1llhoft , . . e a dec CI eP ostIm - Wi so lved . t he service an d Dort hy W ade took s econ d pl ace an d Auburn; Bog-le, P, er u; di,stance 83, did himself proud by fin is hin g five or d . s te ll ar brand of p lacement Wilma Co atne y fo~rth. Miss Wad e fet 10 inc hes. t>ression." Wash1nton. D. ·f h ~ , six fe et ahead of Dauthirt. Then 1 "Has a fu t ure. little d~ubt 0 t a· Pay~. ' 1This set was as ev en as two and on e other studen ~ wrote di ctat ion ! Condition of track ma l<es fa st t ime Ed ie and Cavin put on their last race. :\ew Yo1·k Musical D igest. tennis. p ia ,· a set Gerl ash's ace at 120 words p er min'., te. Her co m-. 1 in t rac k events next to impossible Ecl ie 1·efused to be headed. In fact .. Beautifully . - men . can·n t h eJ ei' a h teenth • • • ·' · mo d u lated mezzo-so . game gave pet1to r receiv ed a g r aue o n 1Y 2 pe1. 1 Leahy, Delze ll and Heywood • did h e gained a few feet on t h e T arkto fltano." Den ton Te x as. Chron iC1e.. s~ rv tc~ 1 t "' ce nt hig he 1· th an Mi ss Wade's. About we ll at Beat1·ice. sprinter to give P eru the r elay in 10 8 ·'Shading and interpre tation exqu ts - h imC t e selage-cl . a r ea ll y rema rka ble ' fifteen wer e reg ister ed in 1 his class. i 1: 41 2-5. .Ite."- i\lleridian, M1ss.. . n·ISP atcn. · r ago s I The events: b . I< t wi n fr om Boettner. 1' Our co llege was repres.~nte d .m ''Enunci a n worthy of e~pec 1 al men - come ack . 0 . led 4-0 wh en Mr. · J un ior typewritin g by Em ili a Novot- , · I lov e children. They do not 100-yard d ash- Edie, first; Cavin, . Th e T a r 10k p 1.a yert r airr ht 'gam es and ney a nd .m c h ampwns . h'1p typevvntm . . g ·, pratt 1e of yeste rd ay; t heir interest s second; W estbrook, third. Time 10 1-nL tion " - Chic a ao Amencan . s nd ,set looked ev en by Wi lma Coatney an d D ort h y W a d e. a1·e a II of today and the tomonows seconds. · ''Held 2200 "'people comp 1e t e ly s pe ll- Crago _ tooTheS I Xseco hound " C h a mpai g n , Ill., Gazette. won 6 4· B 't . h ad a 5-0 lead, The rep orts f rom these paper s hav e , -I love c hi ldren.- Richard Mans-., 220-yard dash- Edie, first; Cavin, · worse. the Poe" nei open ed up ag :!m · . not yet b een recei· ve cl . 't. :Proved s h e co uld d o muc h ."- Bos- when e r uvian I fi e ld . 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A ~ to ltEMUNE R A l'I ON . r e p o rt s of c oliel{e graduates who The Educationa l c lasses w ill be unha ve e n r<> r erl bu !'i n P.ss i nrl i cate th a t life i ns ur a n ce is at the VERY Le wi .>, H e le n J o nes, Merritt Whi Lt e n. der· t he d i r·ection of S upt. R. R. MaT O P as a S O U RCE; O F I N C uM E. No w is t h e tim e to cons i der Gee, Co lu mbus Ne br. Mr. MaGee has wh a t yo u a r e g oing- t o d o at the e nd n f th e se m ester. "A t rue uni ve r·sity of these d ays is a coll ectio n of boo ks." - Carly le. taken hi s A. M. at the U nive rsity of When we r ea lize th e n um be rs who come to t he r eadi n g r·oom of our ow n Nebras ka, w he re h e speciali zed in If you a r e am bi t ious a nd wi llin g- to wo r k h ard, and are intersc hoo l lib r·ary eac h hou r of t he sc hool d ay, e ithe r to r·eacl or. stu d y, or to P h'y chology. Prof. S. L. Clements of ~sted t o kn o w ahn ut life i n suran ce as a vocat ion. addre!'S the LINba rTOW a boo k fo r· home use we can p r actica lly estimate t he in flu e nce w hi ch t he Linco ln schoo ls will have c harge CO L N LI BERT Y LI FE INSU R ANCE COMPANY. Lincoln . Nebr. , the li brary has 'on ou r school. of t h e Education a l instruction in Mr. A prom inent educator h as ca ll ed t he mod e rn lihra r·y one of t he thr·ee Cr ago's departmen t. P r·of. Clements or call i n perso n at 305 Gr anter Buddi n g , 12th and 0 st reets . ~: real ed ucational forces w hi c h make fo r· th e advancement of man kind. took his M. A. at Columb ia University With a college li brary seco nd onl y to the S tate Unive rs ity Jib r·a1·y and in I n addition to t he reg ular work in ~--------------------------------• se lection and equipment seco nd to none in t he state, students i n the Teac hers t he Mathematics d epartment a course Col lege at Per u have a n u n us ual oppo r t u nity of maki n g t he most of this i n A lgebra a nd Geometry methods· narticu la i· educatio, 1a l force. w ill also be g iven . T h ere w il l a lso be KOD A KE~S Our lib r ary is Ll- l on ly a s plen d idly equipped wo r·k room for any subject a p r eparatory course in General in the cu rricu lu m, but it is a lso a p lace wher·e students find a li be ral educa- Science for teac hers offered. Mr Hri n ~ your F il ms to us lio n br·oader than the cunic ul um. T he students ar·e surrounded w ith the Hill w ill have c h arge of the summer great books of worl d li ter ature. T here are r eprese nt ative books fro m t he ' wor k. best of E nglis h a nd A me rican li te r·atur e- poetry, d r a ma, essays a nd fictionIn t he_ l an~ uage departmen t Miss biogra ph y, h isto ry , tr·avel a nd up -to-date scien ti fic books. T he co llectio n of Cla1·k w lll g ive h e r popula r course And ~et)o ur Prints T o111 orrf~ W boohs h as been bu ilt up la r ge ly on t he r eco m me nd a tio n of inst ruc tors in in Latin me thods, bes ides t h e regu lar cons ult ati on w it h the lib r ari an . T he a im in selection h as been to meet 'the courses in Latin and Spa nis h. infor·matio na l, rec reational a nd insp iration al n eeds of t he fac ulty a nd stuMiss Jessie Conn e ll of the Tec hn ical I dah o wi ll c.cnls. T he re has bee n an attempt to r·ep r·esen t all of th e pl'i nc ip a l fiel ds of I nst itute, Pocate llo. Every ~ize l.nowl ecl!{e and br anches of, learn ing . In e ac h of these ou 1· libr a ry possesses have c harge of the s horthand c lasses. many treasures. W ith a total n umbe r of twenty-five hundred volu mes Classes in begini ng sh o rt h and a nd adclas!.ifi ed un.dcr the head of Educat ion, teachers and stude nts find an excel- vanced shorthand w ill be off e r ed lent wor·ldng collection of a u t hol'itative works on the past history of their T here will a lso be a c lass in penma nn-~ profession and on its p r esent co ndition , tendencies, methods, theory and s hip w he re by students may obta i t he ir P a lmer cer·tificate. J. D . Blank!lt'acl ice. W he n p I n 11 n i r.t ~ y o u r - p i cu i c I u n c he o t1 !o;-e--e u s Our li brary contains t hirty-five • on many topics s u ggesting t h e best ensh ip, of t he Uni versity of Nebraska, I· fct r yu u r e ats w ill h ave c h arge of t h e typewriting t housand volumes of books, besides! sou rces of information . classes. ~.\R A -L EE SPR EAn FOQ S A NDWICHES many pamphl ets, leadi ng magazines There is a sp lend id collection of I n the Hi story dep a r tmen t ther·e a nd l~ew sp~pe_rs-a ll housed _in an at- mounted pictures fi le d by s ub j ect, as Che e ~~ . P ic h l es. Potato Flakes tract 1ve bulldmg . T he r eadmg r oom 1 well as stereoscope v iews and a ver y w ill be of fe red besides the regu lar co urses, American his tor y, R ecent Lunch me 11 t .. . B re11. d . Co nkie ~ , C~kes. Fr·uit~o is equ ip p ed w ith ta bles an d ch airs fine a nd comp le te assortme nt of Ia nP roblems in World P oli tics, American il fo r nea rl y two hu ndre d stude n ts. tern s lides cover ing a ll subj ects. All p r inted mate r ia l in t he li b1ary J T he libra r·y is especiall y well equ ip - Governmen t a nd Sociology. T here w ill be no c ha nge in the is org t.ni7.ed for use by t he best meth-, ped to assit students i n preparing for P ho n es 73 a·n d 78 Science d e partment; a ll work w ill be ods know n t o t he lib r ary wor ld. The I debate. T he re are manuals of parliaLu cv

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Monday, Professor Claybu r·n led in j devotionals. Professor Ji ndra's "Blue Cap V iolin Trio," co nsis ting of Misses Helen Meek, F loy May Das her, and Helen Gilber·t, w it h Emil y P eterson as accompan ist , treated us to two se- ' lections. ,T hese' little artists are certainly to be comme nded for their work. Wedn esday, Devotionals we re led by Professor Hoyt. T he " Woodsiding Bandil ti, a world fa mous company of entertainers" (the ba nd) put on a fun s how. Everyone got a big "kick" , out of Pr·ofesso r Jind ra's antics a nd Esau Roos h's (M1· Crandell ) directing . Some wonder whe r e on earth t he band keep s t heir· instru ments in order· that t hey sho uld collect s uc h a vari ed se lect ion of inte ri or decoralions. I s it a fact t hat Professor Jindra wears his p et t ime p iece off t he stage? After the s tunl by t he band Mr. Teic h gave a farewe ll talk to the Freshme n in w hic h he expressed t he appreciation the Sopho mores fe lt tow ard their co-operat ic n during t he year. Following the talk Sop homore g irls dressed in whit.e passed out r ed a nd wh ite carnations to the freshmen. Friday, Mi ss Clnrk le d in devoti onals. Miss Ma r·ion Marsh read "The Unfinis'ned Story."

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C lot h es Tailored at Fa shion Park Prof. Dunburn stated that this locality was blessed with native shrubbery which the University was paying goo d money to obtain. He spoke espec ially of the red and white buck brush. The white buck brush is found in very few p laces in Nebraska. A large patch of this unusual p lant is found in Mr. Major's pastur e near Buck Ct·eek on the P eru Trail leading west of town.

'!he a~t wo rd in fine t ailorin g- , w i thout. th e worr y d t ailo r ed to orde r wo rk $45.00 anrl $fi0. 00. Sty leplus Clo th e~- Tht> on ly na t ion· al ly adve rti sf-d lin e o f m en 's rlnthe s fully JZUaran tet-Cl that ca n t-e l'o ld in the $25.00 t o $40 00 price range t wo pants a ll wool nit s in tw eeds and ca~s irn e r es, ar e ,except i onal va lu es at $25 . 00 . .

The Ivy Day excercises will be held in t he evening t his year. Professor Beck will give the alumni adress and George Willy will speak ·for the Seniors in the Iv y Day Oration.

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Glen Lee, the captain and quarter letic field. back of the 1940 football team arrived in Peru last week and found room and board at the home of Robert Sandberg of this city. Mr. Sandiberg says t hat Mrs. Sandberg wi ll entertain his guest unti l he f in ishes his education.

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He lyn Humbert and Fern Ware spent the week end at thei r respective homes in Omaha.

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Norman Thorpe's mother and brother paid him a visit over the week end.

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J ohn Stoddard, '14. and wife motored over from Des Moines to see the Peru-T ark io track meet. Mr. Stoddard represents the Macmillan Company in Iowa. John Stoddard, '14, is a brother of Alex Stoddard, '10, now supe r intendent of the Bronx schools New York City. The Stoddards were tenn is "sharks" at Peru. The barnyard go lf club is becoming active this warm weather. The Overholt -Minne team is battling for first honors with the Teich-Royce team.

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Th e P eclagogian sympathizes with Mt· and Mrs. D. Emet·ett Donovan, ' 14, of Storm Lake, I owa, whose eldest son was killed by a freight tr·ain last Wednesday. The body was brought to P eru for burial and the funeral was held Sunday.

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Last Wednesday even ing the Y. W. C. A. enjoyed a very pleasant meetin g. Miss Reka Blanc of York College, spoke on the Student Volunteer mo~ement. The Student Volunteers are ~tudents who have volunteered to ,serve as foreign missiona t·ies. Miss Blanc recently attended the Student Volunteer Conference in New York City. The Y. g irls at Mt. Vernon were pleased to have Miss Blanc as t heir guest while she was in P eru. Her visit as well as her inspiring mes1sage was gr·eatly enjoyed.

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TEACHERS W A N TED FOR _ffiGH ·n a cell. N ellie, ho wever, still BACCA LA UR EAT E SERMON. I SCHOO LS.- F o r Lat in, D?mestJC Sci.g llt 1 nl HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Fixa t o n e g i ves tone 1 Th e Bacc alau reate Ser mon is Lo be e n c e , A g ricu lture, Ath . le t I CSd M~nu n 1 1 beli eves Uncle Bill t o b e an imp osto r and all ready t o g o b ack "to h ome and de li vered to t he c lass of 1924 by Docto the ha ir Trainin g , Math ematics, an a~gDid we h ave fu n'? I s ay we did ! mother" wh e n Un cle B ill p r oves his Lor W a lter Aitk en. of S t. P au l's Met huages. Gr a d e teac hers ~ eeded Wllh W ho and wher e? Why t he S eniors inn ocence ·an d id enity and in vites 1 od est Ep iscop a l Ch u rc h, L incoln , Nes ixt y hours co llege ere t j b r as ka. Many st ud en ts of P eru h ave ! En ro ll at o n ce. on t he ir class d ay of cour se. We them all to his party. started from the T r ainers' Build ng T h e c ast of ch aracters. · he a rd Mr. Aitken and feel t hat he h as ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ CLINE TEA C HERS' _AGE~CY , Inc .. ea rl y in t h e mo rnn g on May t h e firs t, W illiam Horace Smit hUn cle Bill a message for us. I Co lumbi a. Missour i. a nd d rove to L incoln. Th ere we v isitCha rles Newton Mr. Aitke n is a n ative of Scot land. ' ,' l,·•·" se~.- fiL Led E 1e~L es ted ' ·' ed t he n ew capi to l buildin g, t he peni- Geo. Sm it h, his neph ew Will ard Ha ll His home was ne ar t h e b irthp lace of S atif f a c l io n gua r antt>e d Lcn Li a r y, t he agric ultural f arm, wher e R ic h a rd K iene- A detective- Loyd Henry Drummon d . He h as been a we h ad a p icn ic dinne1·, t he offi ce of Duncan. j m iJ!i ste r since h e was eig hteen y ears Fx . f e e g-oo d fo r tw o .v e ars Yo u u ,;e t' l ~nre"n musclt-s when t he L inco ln Star; h ad an automobile Bob S tan le y A youn g W ooer Bart of age. Hi s tra in in g and Li·ave li ng v ou fr <l wn ; f o J r m a ke a smile S p eciali s t r ide o ver Li nco ln, s u ppe r at R u dge V an ce. m a ke hi m a valu ab le s pea ker. :.0 =-t e upth y h e l p:~ yo u t o r est & Guenzel's, and finis hed a d elig htfu l Mrs. Geo. Smit h Ne llie Celi a Ki zer Th e press agen ts com mend hi m as Dr- . ,'\'\ . M . M11cVetlt1. v o u r fa ce ' ' day by going to th e t h eat r e, before Muri el Anm it age Her sist er Alene f o ll ows : Dr . E R. l{ey n o lrls , Au b urn , Ey P. Ear, No~e an d T h r oat st a rti n g f or home. Selle "Ms·. Aitk en's extens ive liter ary , N e b r , in Pt> r u t w ice ea~h week. OfTict' ov e r B u ck:S Bno t e rie Frid ay t he J uni o rs e nt ertained t he Miss W inslow A sp inste r Edith pu rs ui ts a nd hi s splend id eloquence Ph o n e or wri t e fo r appo sn tme nt Ph n nt' 69 N f:' br C ity rest of the Hig h School at chapel. Ar gab r ig ht. fi t hi m p arti cu larly f or addresses nf The first nu mbes· was a so ng to t he Hi lda T he ma id Laura L ongf ellow. thi s so r t.- Felml y, Presid en t Illi no is Emeste ne Rob er tson Stale Norma l Un iver s it y. · - - - · -----.._.-,_,._,,__,..._ _"""!'_ _ _ .__....,._ _ _....,,.......- - - --: Sen iors , whic h w as muc h appreci ated Coach by t he m. Next was a ma ke b eli ev e Adver t is ing man ager Mar gar et Da hl"The lec t ure on D a vid Livin gstone - · .._. • Seni or meet ing . The member s of the st r om. was de li ves·ed in Mr. Aitke n's usual flu cORRECT FOOTWEAR J u n ior class imper sonated the Senio rs, Elect ri cian Ev er et t Vanderfo rd e n t m an ner· and t he r esponse of t he Mr. Gilkeson was a lso v ery well r ep- Cos tume s·, J u a n it a Ha uptman . st ud en ts in c heers co uld n ot hav e Th e r e i s a cio u b le p leasure io rese nt ed . T he th ird n umber was a f a iled to assur e h im of t hc i r enjoy wear in g !' h o e s that are correct p lay, " T he Love Burg lar s." T he Y. M. c. A. : men t." - Illinois W es leyan Arg us. i a n d exc l u s iv ::? . Yo u p lea se yo u r· c har acter s we re : 1 - - - -· - - - - 1 Mrs. D arsey E lean or Harajia n The boys were all g lad to get b ack PE R UV IANS STI L L GETTI NG JOBS se lf and ha ve th e a d d ed sa t i s- ~ Cec ilia D arsey Nellie Cowell to t he r eg ul a r mee tin gs onc e more as T he t wo most im por ta nt p laceme nts fa c ti o n of kno w i ng t h a t others Reg inald Da rsey Bes·t W illia ms was evidenced by t h e num ber out a nd of th e wee k as·e those of Miss Es t her aci m i r e th e m . Saman t h a the maid Kittie Rhodus t he e nt h usiasm man ifes ted at t he last Blankens hip and Miss Mar g ar et ! W<? ar e s h o wi n g a complete 1 1 La ug h lin. T ru e we sh a ll m iss t hem Arc hie, th e burg la r Dean S ultzbau gh meeti ng. The clos ing numb er was a f ar ewell Th e meeting was ope ned by s on g- on t he camp us, bu t we hope th em and co m pr e hens ive ,;t ock : of t h e n ewest S pr i n g and S u m m e r m od els. speec h to the Seniors g iven b y Harold ser vice f ollo wed b y a season of short lm:k in their new p osition s. : P sc t ur ed a broad s tr app o:-d, ln w h e el e d, s mar t s lippe r i n black Peterson. p r ayers. F resid en t Gil keson t hen Miss Bla nke ns hip wi ll b e head of I r1a t - n L lea th e r or ham bo o h u c k ! ~ at h e r. 1 Th e Sen ior Class P la y, "When t u r ned t he meeLin J.! o ve r to Art hur th e p enmanship department in Fair S mi t h S tepp ed Oo ut ," will be stag ed Majors who led t he Es tes P a rk d is - bu r y H ig h School. Miss L au g hli n will 1 Pric d ~t $3 .75 to $6.50 in the Audi to riu m, F r id ay evenin g, c u:::sion. P so fessor Clayb urn e xpl ain ed te ach in Omah a T ec hn ica l H igh ~· May 9t h. If there is a mor a l to this quite f u ll y the purpose of t he Estes Schoo l. s p r ig htl y comedy, it is this, t h at it is P ark co nfe s·en ce. He s aid that suc h li-ma Bantz h as r·ec eived a co nt r act dangerous to g·o f or a walk in the confere nces fo rm ed t h e basis f or s·ais- from Gr and Island . S he will t each eve ni ng with a load ed r ev ol ver in in g the sland a rds of c iv ilization. und er Supt. C. Ray Gates next yea r. •' rh c! home of Good S ho es " one's pocket. Geo r ge an d Nelli e T her e on e has t he opp or tu nit y of , Otto Oakes has been elected p r inc ip a l ~nd Ssnit h, a newl y ma rried you n g co up le, r ubbi n g el bows w it h t he biggest and at W aco ; h e and the board h ave not 1 arc leadi ng a h ap p y. u neventful lif e best men of t he n at io n and amid the yet ag r eed as to the salar y. C. E. ' ' ..\ n ·o w h e~ d" Hosier y an l'le c Bing. un ti l hi s Unc le Bill arrives fr om Aus- s eclus ion aff ord ed by n ature in a ll Cla s·k '26 is supe l'i ntendenl at W aco. t 1·n lia to p ay t hem a vis it. Uncle he r· g los·y, to h av e ps·ivate co nfer - ! Marjor ie Arnold wi ll te ac h in Lh e Ne b raska <"::it y . N ~ b. Hi ll is a ri ch bac he lor . wh o, followi n~ ences wit h t hem . All th is is co ndu- p ub lic sch oo ls of Iowa. S he h as been t he d oc tor's os·de rs, always steps out tive to sel'ious th in king , and one is elec ted at Hamburg . fo r· a walk in the e ve nin g . He is bs·o ug·ht to t hink in wo rld ter ms and R ose Co nw ay h as a con t r act fr om r·athe s· absent mi nded, a lmost invar- to f omlll late in te s·n ation al ideas. L awrence. She h as an offe r fr om aniab ly p uLLing on Lhe wrong h at if Mar k De lzell told us what one does other s yst em ; so it is not ce rtain P ric e L i s t t her e is m os·e th an one abou t and on on a trip to E stes. He spoke of t he which p os ition sh e will f in a lly accept. t hi s p a r t ic ula r evening he leav es his hi kes, t he c lim bs, the moun t ain air. ; $2.00 to $4 . 00 p e r d oze n Ro se!' watc h at home an d ca r ries an auto- t~1 e scene r y. and var ious oth er att r ac- : HIG H S~HOOL T RACK l. i 5 Ca r na t i o n s Jll aLic in his pocket. Geo l·ge w arns lio ns. He dec lar ed th at t he only way ; The Per u H1g h School trac k t eam $ 1. 50 to 2. 00 S na p Dr a go n him a g ainst. it bu t these are ho ld-up in whi ch to apprec iate w hat h e h ad joumeyed to Beatrice last wednesP la n rs n o w ready. men in town and Unc le Bill does not sa id was to g o and fi nd out fo r one's day, Apri l 30th., wh ere th ey took A ll o r ders fi ll e d p r o m p tl y W ir e . phone o r w rite. beli ev e in t a kin g c h ances. Now Nell- se lf. P s·ofessor· C rago info rmed us as par t in a t hr illing meet, and retu rned ies siste r Muriel is " keep ing com- to th e exp enses of t h e trip. Mr. Ma- wit h a good showing . P l n w f' t' ~ f ·• r a ll oc,.a ~ i n n s S~MAN TO N & P EN CE pany" with a yo un g ma n na med Bob jors en do rsed a ll t hat t he othes· sp eak- ! Eve re tt Heywood a noted ath lete Fa l ls C it y . N e b r. S unn vs ide G re e n H ouse . P h o n e 9 5 an d he and Uncle Bill have n ever ers h ad sa id and add ed m an y su g ges- of Pe ru hi g·h took t hird place in t he met. Comin g oves· to call on Muriel Li ons of his own. All t he sp e(l kes·s one ha lf mile .r un·. Pric <' .~ ,; u hj e ct t o c h a n g e w ith ou t n oti c e . th at even ing Bob m eets Uncle Bill in emp h asized th e im po r tance of send Ri ch ard L eihy stre ng htened his the d ark s tr·eet and bonows a m atch. ing a good repres en t ation to Estes by t h rowin g t he J avelin 138 f t. 4 in., a - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -- - - - Wa lk in g· on a f ew p aces U ncle Bill this su mme r. flin g w hic h won f or him secon d p lace. fe~l s fo r his watch, c annot f ind it and Georg e L av in e alt houg h r eceivin g a 1 at on ce s usp ects Bob, who h e d oesn't l bad sta r t caused by a n accidental I hit in h is eye, but after catchi ng his !:now, must h av e p ic ked his pock et. BOBCATS DO \<VELL He run s afte r him, lev els his re vo lve r IN FIRST T R ACK MEET stride thin gs c hang ed o- reatly in his Su m mer rCont inrwcl S:S·mu ll r s t pagc, J f av or , b ut he w as u n~b l e t.o ov er and s ays "G imm ic t hat watc h." Bob, ' ~ cho o l thinking he is bein g h eld up, h ands s econd; Wes t brook, t hird. T ime,' come t he h andicap of the f irst h u rd le. at 11 ve r· h is w atc h. In h is excitement 24 ~~ secon ds. I J a mes Delzell held up his end of Unc le Bill loses his h aL a nd after 440-ya rd d ash - Ca vin, first; .~die, 1 the meet by ty in g fo r the 4th pl ace Pe ~u ~tate vain ly sear·c hing f or it r et u r ns hom e. second ; Wes tbs·ook, Lhir·d. l sme, in th e m ile ru n. For certain r easons Bo b t ells no on e 55.3 seconds. . : W e are proud . of our boys and of h is loss but Mur iel and they h ave !:80-yar d d ash- Wi lson, fit st , t heir recor ds and w ish th em success gone t o not ify the po lice when Uncle Humm. second; Hoy t hi rd. Time,: in t h eir comi~g m eets. Bill an iv es, h atless and out of br eath. 2:10.2. 1 _ On Lhc :\l issu uri l{i n r· He then discovers th a t h e h as left his Mile r un- Wood , fi r s t ; Hu mm, sec - ~ ADRIAN M. NEW ENS own watc h at home and has robbed o n,~; Maj?rs, third. T ime, 4: 47%. On e o.f t he r arest trea ts of the yea r· an un known man. I l wo-msle r u n- W ood , first ; Mcln- is in stor e fo s· us. Ou t· commenceRig ht h er e the plot ~ecomes _ rath er Lyr e, seco nd ; F r azee, third. Time, ment sp eec h wi ll b e g iven b y the ~ comp licated. Unc le B1ll conf1des m 11:15. much ad m ir ed Ad r ia n M. Newens, 120-yard high h urdles- P arri ott, l pres iden t of the Uni ve rs ity Sc hoo l of Geor g e, h is nephew, and between I F yo u a r e a g rad uate nf a 4· y ear hi g h s chool them t hey keep t h at sto len w atch on fi rst ; White second; Wood , t his·d. l l\1us ic an d other Fine Ar ts, Li ncoln. (a) y o u can se cure a n E le m e ntar y S t ate Cert i fica te, good for t he move. A detective h as fo und . Time, 20.3 seco nds. I Pres ide n t Newens wide bu sin'ess ex3 yea r s by a t t ~ n rlin g 24 w ee k s . Uncle Bill's hat and th e man ner in 220-ya r d low h urdles - W ood. fi l'~t ; Iperi ences give him an u n limited (b) y ou c;:s n s ecure H F'srs t G r a d e State Ce r tificate b y attend· which h e an d Geor ge k~ep him away 1 Benh am , s econd ; Majors, r hi rd. T ime I amou nt of interesting facts which he i n!{ 6 6 we e ks Th is c er ti fi cat e becomes a L if e Cer t ificate fr om t hat sto len w at ch ss a lesson fo r 31 seco nds. is ab le to exp r ess to his listeners in a a f t e r 3 yea r>l ex p e rs e n ce . crool<s. It isn't only. t he det ective's . Hig h :i u nrp :-Wal k~p and N ico ll, ver y s triking and impr ess iv e m an ner. IF .vo o h old a S =co nd G ra d e Co un ty Certi fi cat e clu tch es t h at Uncle Bsll h as to dodge 1 l sed; Edse, tlm·d . Hsg hl , !.i f f'e t 6~~ His s uper ior ability as an .educator (a ) a ft e r one y ea r:>' ex p e ri e nce , s e cu r e a Firs t G r a d e Coun ty t her e is a desig ni ng sp in ster who li ves inches. a nd s pea ker par tially solve t he ps·obCe n i fi c :He b y Pi &s i n ~ s ~a ~e e x a m inati o n s in algebra . nex t door a~d i~ desperat~ for a hus- j Broad j~mp-E~i e, t1 rst.: W eimer, lem of h is marked success. l{ c 1 ·n ~ t r v . ho t •w v and p ub lsc sc h ool mus ic . A ll g r a des on ban d. ~he IS ss.m~ly g om g to g et second~ Nrcoll, t hu·d . Distance, :!0 We fee l t)lat we ar e g r eatly f avo i·ce r t i fi cat e to avera~e 80 per ce n t, none b e low 75 per cent. Unc le B1ll or dse 111 th e ~ttemp t, to f eet 4 m ches. . . ed in h av ing s uch a noted m an deli v( b l re~ ~ w y o ur c~rti fi c ate by earning 6 cr,llege hou rs, and make matters wo rse, Nell1e h as be- 1 Pole v au !L- Bu ss1ng , Woinll'r, l\ruse e r ou r commencement adress. ra ss lllg a ll ce r t sficate g r a d es to at le a s t 75 pe r ce n t w ith come suspicious of Uncle Bill and be - a nd Melch a r ti ed . He ig ht 11 f eet. an ave r a g e of 80 pe r ce n t . li eves h im to be an impostor and after Shot put- W eim er, fir st; R eeves, CR YSTAL THEATRE . their mon ey. second; K r use, t hird . Dis t;r nce, 36 1 Frid ay and Satur d ay, May 9 and 10, IF' yo u h o ld a First G r a d e Cou nt v Certifi cate 1 Throug h all the exc itement and f eel, 8 Y2 inches. , Wes ley B arr y in "He roes of the (a) r e new it b y e a rni ntt 6 co ll ege h ours. a n d b y r a is in g average third deg r ee.s, howeve r, th e love afDiscus- W h itten, first ; W eimer , I Street ," with a Felix Cartoon ; 10 and o f c er t sfica te g rad :::s t o 85 p er c e n t w i th no g r a d e below f air of Bob and Muriel r uns smooth - secon d; Conkle, third. Distance, 112 l 3o ce nts. Mo nday and Tuesday. May 8 0 p er c e n t. ly alon g a nd sure en ou g h just abou t f eet. 112 and 13, R ichard T a lmag e in a ( b) i f yo u have tau g h t one y ea r, secu r e a C it:v State Certificate the time Uncle Bill is on his way t o J av elin- Ho y, firs t; E die, second; weste rn p roduction, "Wat ch Him hy ea rnin g 1 2 co ll ege h o ur s, 4 of w h ic h mu ->t be profest he police station, th eir engagement II W ood, third. Dis tance, 139 f eet . Step," with 8t h ep isode of Timber si o na l. is an no unced . Uncle Bill learns th at Re lay- P eru won : Con k le, Madde n, Queen. W ednesday and T hursd ay, I F yo u h old a C it y Grade Ce rti fi ca t e Bob is t he ow ner of the wabch and Hoy, Ed ie. Time, 1:41.4. May 14 and 15, "Th e Toll of th e Sea," (a ) r e ne w i t by ea rn in g 12 h ou rs co lle g e w o rk. in a h air line f inish manag es to g et L. B. Shr e ve (Nebraska), head a g r ea t romantic drama of t h e Orient ( b) If yo u h ave t a ug h t 24 mon t hs. secu re a City Professional the stolen watc h b ack i nto Bob's judge. R. L. Sandb er g (Peru) , start- wit h a Mon t ana Comed y.- Ad vertise( Li fe ) Ce r t iticate by atte nd i ng co lleg e o n e year . ment. pocket befo re h e h as to sp end the I er.

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VOLUME XIX. PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1924.

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Jnclernent weathe1· temporarily stopped play in Peru's g- reatest. tennis 111 urna~nenl. E ig hty players are en - 11 tered 111 the play; seventy matches 11 will have been played when the ~ chnmpions in the various events are · Ill decided. This is perh aps t h e b ig·gest tennis tourney t h at P eru has ever

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One of t he most popular events of commencement season is the May Day celebr ation. Something just a lilLie differ ent from the usa! program is p lanned for this event this year. Under th e direction of Miss P laehn an 1 outdoor pageant will be staged on a ~tnged. fl spec ial stage on the athletic fi eld. The first round should have been 11 U The1·e fo llows a synophsis of the pacompleted last week. But the drizzly . geant wi th the cast of char acters, rains and snow flurries caused num T I-l E GOLDEN WISH erous postponem~nts. The men's I U This is t he Gard en of the Heart singles have pr.actJcall~ reached the wh ere Every woman dwelleth Queen. second round. f h e lad1es have play 1 Hc1·e aro two paths. One leads to th e ed but two matches of lheir first \ land of Happi ness, the othe1· to NoMan· Knoweth-Where. Ther e is in round. The doubles play h as scarcely begun; two matches ha ve bee n r eEvCJ·ywomai1's Garden a leafy bower corded. ca lled "Ref lection". Here one afterIn the ladies' singles t\{iss Palmer 1 Where t he Missouri Flows. noon in th e Springtime, while t he won from Miss Ne lson in straig h t sets flowe 1·s bloom and the birds coral, 1 6·1, G-1, and Miss Kurtz surp rised t he I comes Everywoman to meditate her fans somewh at by dispo.:; ing of Miss ~ THE BEST ROAD OF ALL. de~tiny. Wi th her come her attend· Ware in straight sets 6-1, 6-3. I n the ants, t he little Go lden Wish, and the first roun d t h er e is yet to be played : Three Graces.· W ell does E veryMiss Minnie a nd jlil.iss Humberl, Miss 111 wo man love t he Golden Wish, and J lik e a road t h at leads away to prospects white and fa ir, Harris and Knap. p, Ml.· ss Sorenson an d IllPl neve1· w1·11 s 11e 1e.• 11e1· go· f ar away. Bl k h M G kl d li! A road th at is an order ed road, l ike a nun's even ing prayer; Selfishness enters .the Garden and Miss an ·en~ Ip, ISS oc · ey a~ II But. best of all, I love a road t hat leads to God knows where. Miss J ones. M 1ss Novotny and M1ss I Ill tri es to lut·e t he Golden W ish to her· Heywood, Miss Yeck and Miss Klep - ~ self. ' ther eby winning Everywoman. You t 1·amp along its dusty way. beneath its sh adowy trees, Serv ·ic e w 0 u ld a 1so gam · COihi'O • 1 over 15 ser, i\'IL:.s Hauptman a nd Miss Delzell. !f An d hea r beside :you chat terin g bird!> or happ y boom ing bees. E ver y woman's life and. mig hty is the . The 111en's sing 1es h ave p;o ne 1nto 1 A n<1 a 11 ar oun d yo u go ld en soun d s, th e g reen 1eaves • J'I t a me · s· struggle which takes p lace, as Self· the second round save f or t lH·ee ft!I ish ness and Se1·vice with their h elpers matches: Hanso n will p lay Cosle. A n d h ere ,s a h e d ge, an d tl1e re •s a co t·; th en-s t r ange, s u<!d en t urn s ; F llo, e IJ try to ·win the heart of Everywoman. Yost will play San dburg .. and •u ller 11 A cl ip, a rise, a little gl impse wher e t he red sunset burns; Self ish ness calls the Follies, the Vani· will p lay Hunter. Laug hli n to ok ad - Wf A bit of sky at evening t ime, t he scent of hidden ferns. · 111 d 1~1 1 1 I vantage of Mr. Clayburn's lack of •,' § ucs, < eness, an • atlery lo Je p Jel· 11 and E ver y woma n is fascinated by practice and won in st r aig h t s ets 6 - 1 • 1 e I li ke a r oad that wanders straight; the king's hi g hway is fai r , the ir g 1·oups. Service brings Work, 6·2. Mr. Jindra used his 1.· each to ad - 0" And lovely a1·e t he shelte1·ed la- nes th at take you here and there,· H disgui sed as Drudgery, and t 11er efore vantage in winn ing from Bostrom .6 -1 1 IDr.t But, best of all, I love a 1·oad th at leads to God knows where. ver y r epe ll ant to E' vc1·ywoman. s er6-3. Willhoft, a to um ey favonte, - C. H. Towne. D \•ice removes the ugly cloak which IVOn :from Klal.lrens 6-l, G-P. Philip\ . g covers wo r k, a nd with a s ingle 'magic Hoyt won from the other hi g h schol Q O touch chan ges work into Beauty, and entry. Peter son , in strai!rht sets of I leads her away lo the L and of Hap~rood tennis 6-1, 6-3. Both of t~es~ ...,cuaaom=...,=-c::m-.:o-a.ozaaD=:>"'::><=~CDaoC!Xl caa-C>Daa...,c.---- p in ess. Service a lso bring- fo1·th the high school lads have a good dea 0 ~~=CI:I:>..:>Dco:>=cs::Dcz::»..,_, Nine Muses. After Eve1·ywoman has tennis in their sy::otem::;. Dahlstr om struggled long between the motives, 1 -·- COMMER CIAL SENIORS · fi 1·st-1·oun. d match to -o·o STATE _._ _ _ _ _ .,._ _ _.,....,..,..,., I'IG - H SCI"OOL -, Selfis hn ess and S er vice, sh~ an d 11er· took •"J1e tJili\' three sets when he won f1·om Gill,e- I· Fl O CON TEST R ES ULTS u CALENDAR, MAY l 3-I 8.. STEP OUT W ITH SMITH compan ions fa ll under the spell of the so n. He won the first set 6-3. G il ke- ~ g H Spiri t of Sleep. T he Dreams Who 1 son took the s econd set 6-4. And •:' § May 13- Girl's Glee Club. .-! 1-tavc Served Humanity. They then S h orth an d C b 1:: The Hi gh Sch oo l Se ni ors staged Dahlstrom took the deciding set 6 -4 · May 14- Y. M. and Y. W . a · pass oif into the Land of HapJJiness. · h'p Cl ass : II ~ "When Smith Stepped Ou t," a comedy C h am piO ~fr. Crago and Faunce stage d a p r etns 1 ·I ine t Melting. 1:: E Jc rywom an is awakened by the • 1r h n in three acts, last Friday at 8 p. m., ty fight in the fi rst round. F aunce s _ Pauline Da vidson .,.,ea rn ey · May 15-Band and 0 r c estnt • h p ' a at the co ll ege chapel. The play was music of a flute, and as her conscious· reach stood him in stead and t e p ro- 2. Dorothy Wade eru Conce~·t. 11 a dramatic and a financial s uccess. ness r elumes. t he Little Joys of Life Mid land I May 16- Mr. and Mrs. Holch en- !l&I . .m .f rom N o-Ji\I· an- IT "~ hard put to place t hem 3. Fr·eida Goer tson T he action centered a round a come d ancmg ... now· fessol. wn~ where Faunce could not get them. j 4. Wilma .Coatney Pe ru tertai n Sophomores Jun ior· ~ cth-W here. Se1·vice draws near and . 11 d watc h wh ic h Bob Stanley was forciM Crago finally won 6-4, 7-5. Mr. Bee k E lleth a J ansen 1 IC an Se nior Ba nquet. lends Eve rywoman and her attend·on fr·om Dun lap 6-3, 6-2 in a lob 6. Mae [{:ru emanc ke i' Mid land :1·,·. ·· Ma y 17- · D ramatic ClubS P a rty. Li thin bly king re lieved Un cle ComplicaBill, him an ts to th e Land of Happiness, while . it to of be by hi s own. 1\ be •.,• arne. Dunlar> needs ]Jractice to Tvpewr it in !-. ' . May 18Baccalaui·eate ermo n, 1:1 Selfi . sl· J ness ret . 1·ns alone and defeat· · · lions arose ou t of his t hef t wh ich re·,, fal· rly •g• ood plaveJ·. O!Janl)) ·Ionshi'p Class ·!.I D I'. W a llet' A i~]{en. IaII s uited in many a ludicrous s ituation eel to No·Man·h.noweth- Where. • J 1 In the mixed doubles Beck f and I 1 G 1·nnd Is land .it c:o>"""'-CDI~--:ro:m----..., 1 t m · t h e d'1s rup t.10n Pe1·sons in the Pageant K enneth Tol bert " . _ . -·· __ __ -··-- - - - -· nne1 fi na 11y. amos Humbert won in straight sets d rom 78.5 !: · · of the who le household. By U ncle Herald _ _: __ __ _______ _ Otto Oakes Costello an d viinn ie. The stea Y serDorothy Wade Peru 68.7 'PERUV IANS PROCURE POS ITIONS Bi ll's own cleverness all is r ig hted Ev erywoman _.- __ ___ _Alice So1·enson \ing of l\1i -;ses Minnie and Humbert 1 ;· Ch s Anthony Grand l s land 66.5 :111d the househo ld resumed its t ran- Golden W ish __ ____ Marion Overholt. featured the ma tch. T h e scores we:e 1 · ·~~a Co atn~y Pe ru 65.4 ~ qu il ily. The Three Graces __ Do r t h y Parriott, fi.l. 6·3. Willhoft an d Bla~kenship j ~t:.oW~et.ersen Gran d L land . 65.1 ' Among the .p cs ition.s r ep orted this To say that a ny on e of t he cast did . W ilm a Coatn ey, Opal Jackson. have yet to play Crago and Pa lmer. , Midland. 64. 1veek is that cof R. L. Sand bUI'g. M1·. t:.e i.Je;,t ac tin g wou ld be doin g an Se rv ice _____ ___ - - - - -- Helen Yec k E l a J em•en 11 In the ladie::;' doubl es PalmGer- ~~m- 1 6 · e Junior Class S andburg will go lo F ai rbu r y as injustice. Eac h was particul arly well Selfishn ess ____ ___ ___ Mild rend Graf bert play Ware-K lepser, oc '.eyd II hea€1 of t he .ciepm·lment of p hysica l su ited to his role and carried it to W ork __ ____ ~------ --- --Jane Caley · · plav B orne- D e I·z e ll • Te1c h - 1. Chas · Anthony GGrand s anc1 66_ . • . . ~tart a program perfection. The prod uction showed F'latlery __ ___ _ --------Vivian Rowe :\lmme _1 ectL:cat10n. He will 65 1 1 1 Blankenship- i) la -v Jo n e _-Haup ran Cotne san<r 59.9 of· physical cu lture from the pr imary that the director and participan ts had Id leness - - __ -------- {( arnieS un d e 11 H tman, ood 2. OttoR Pete i·sen 1 Kurtz-Nel<on play Novotny· eyw Ralph ow 1a nc Peru t hroug h th e high sc hoo l. i\'1.1·. Sand- wo1·ked in c lose co-ope1·ation and t h at S leep __ _____ ______ ___ Gladys Seiu·s 59 In the men's double s Willhoit a~ 1tl. Em elia ~ovotny burg is equa l to the task. He has h ad t hey had en ter ed iljto th eir work Fo ll ies ____ Mary McVey, Marie Gra55 Costello have di s oosed of Laugh li n 5. Ear l AI no ld Kle alrnl eyd I li ke wo1·k in the sc hoo ls of Crete, who le- hearted ly. " When Smith Step- b ill, Marjorie Amo ld, E1·ma Bantz ? · G r an( s an 55. Nebraska City, and Lin co ln. and Clayburn 6-2,- 6--· 111 a set fe <·1t- 6. w·1ll Dixon · . pcd · Out" is :1 p lay t hat will be r e- Edith Gap en. Mar y Harrison. Hi!!h Sc hoo l Nov ice Class '~rma Bantz s igned a contract to mem bered . I t se~s a stan dard for Va ni ties ____ · Pearl Newhouse, Gladys turing steady playing· on the part ~f the ·winne rs. There are yet to e 1 Constance Sterner Hastings 62.33 teach in Falls City next year. Ruth f ut ure hig h sch ool p r oductions. Kurtz, Mildred P ate, Ella Teich played m atches between Jindr a-Hoyta ?. Dorothy Reuss Norfolk 58. Kurtz and On a Seipe l will leach The s pinster's c unn ing campaig n T he Nine Muses Daisy Graf, and Faunce-Sandburg, Fuller-Hans en. Margaret D ahlstrom Peru 56.27 with Supt. C. R ay Gates in the Grand agains t Un cle Bil) met with una ni - Ve rd a Hauptman, Rebecca Graham, and Dalhst.rom-Peterson, Bostrom-j 4 : Haro ld W ynkoop Cen~ral City 54. Island sc hools. mous favor. The poo r f ellow could Elizabeth Graves, Lucille Thompson Hunter and Beck-Crago. , . Doi·ine Gardn er Fan·bu r y 51 Irene Veal will teac h in the Verdon not help bu t succumb under h er on- Atlanta Co le, Helen Jones, Helen 5 _ _ - ·. . Alma Hasselbalch Co lumbus 50 Hi g h School. She will be the Latin s laug·ht which just goes to p rove that Miller , Viva Marshall. 6 EVERETTS. j Awa 1·ds in ty pewriting fo r second instructor. Dess ie Wri g ht has .a con· women will h ave their way. Th e Women Who Have Se1·ved . I semes ter. tract from L a\) re l. She will be t he The box o~l'ice r eceipts amou nted Hum anity: Remin g ton En g lis h instructo r in that high sc hool to over a hun d red d ollars. Flora nce Nig hting·alc __ Sue O'Connor Well s ince it is time for spr in g ' · ain the Everet.ts ld d 1 58 . ' 'ola L am b h' a s a co ntract from ·After the s how Mr. Yer kes tre ated Qu een Isabella ___ _ Emelie Novotny IlfJUse-clean1ng' ag • . h 'th Loui se Harr is go me a J. ....ent at it last Thursd a y n1 p: t W I Emila Novotny Card case 45 Coffeyville, Kansas. She wi ll p 1·oba- the cast and t hose responsib le for th e A li ce Freeman-Palmer ----- - - --the sam e p ep that th e y a lw ays e x- Marg are t Dah lstrom gold .iV~edal 56 bl y sig n it and become a member of p lay's success to a "s we ll fee d." I Elsie Dollarhide hibit an d t.urned things over ~om- John Lichty certificate 31 the Coffeyville facu lty. Ollie Klumb The music w as f urnish ed by t he Ruth ----------- - ------ Ona Seipel pletl~·. In fac t, al l the old furn l tu~e Underwood ; has been offeq~d o position in B r idg - F acu lty Orchestra. 1 Kathe1·ine Breshovsky __Myrl Emrick went out and was s upplemented b · ~ June Hays br onze meda l 57 er , Montana. S he will d oubtless ' T he Cast. ! Joa n of Arc ______ __ Adnee Hamilton r•vervthi n~ new. We hated to 1t Em e li a Novotny bronz med al 57 teach in the .R ock y Mounta ins ne~t :· W illi~m Horace Smith, Unc le Be tsy Ross __ --------~the! Lindahl thos~ old ·f riends "adieu" but ~o ma .~ Cad Cummi ng h am certificate 38 year. 1\.nother qut-of- the·st ate pos1- . · Bil l Charles New ton Stud ents ---------- Lucille Mah oney ter how g ood a thing may be, 1t ~ an Royal - 1 Dorothy Wade 1tion that is practica lly certain is. t ha t , Geor ge Sm ith, h is nephew . be kept forever, and the new IS as Franklin Jones cer t ificate 31 of Nell Pi e rce at Stafford , Ar1zon a l W Jilard Hall T he Qu artette __ __ Helen Carmen, "oo d as t he o ld- Marie Graybill, pres- Eme li a Novotny Gold pin 60 under S upl. Georg·e Hanson. (Continued Q'1 last page. ) 1 Contin ued on last page) 1Connnu ecl o n la s t page ! ;,

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A very unique an d i nformal meetin g- w as held in th e Y. W . C. A. r est room las t Wedn esd ay evening. The meeti ng was ope ned by a song service wh ic h w as follo we d b y th e ScriptTure and prayer by Miss Gockley. he subject of t he meeting w as " E stes Park." Two of theY. W . g ir ls, Ruth Bloomquist a nd Louise McCro r y, w ho we re a t Estes P a r k last sum m e r , tol d of t h eil· expe r iences. Rut h Bloomquist exp la ined t h e purpose of t h e Estes P ad< Confer~nce w hic h is held by t he Y. W. C. A. eac h su mmer She sa id t ha t a t s uc h a conference one meets with some of t he most in nuen ti a l Ch r istian w or ke r s of t he wo r ld a nd it is a t s uch conf eren ces t hat much se l'i ous t hi nki ng is done, and hig h ideals are fo r med. The mounta ins are. so calmi ng , so exalting a nd so cond uc ive lo qui et m e ditation Every nower. eve t·y t 1·ee and eve ry mo un tai n peak in t his beau tiful p ark

d t d sf'nior i::; thinkinR" an · . f .. . i s one uf th e he~t. line o a t t he p r ese nt ti me. L1fe w<~ u r a n ce the m o~ t d ri ra b le . a nd o n e o f the m ost sal i~factt.r) as a pPr i ~ what e ve r y am b i t io u s co ll ege stn en

man e n t call i ng. . l ife insuran ce is o ne of the l n a s ::ets a n d volu m e of b us 1ness, . . t . t the field is cnmpara. th r ee leadi n l! bu:~in esses o f th is c o un r }, ye . f all liv e s 1n the U nr ted 0 ti ve ly u n rleve looecl. On ly sevP n per ce n t f' h fi ld Thi s g ive s vou an lrlt-a n I e e S ta te ~ is c o ve r e d t.Jy in s uran cE' . s t ill to b a rl e ve lope d . A ' to R ~ M U N 8 R A 'l'ION,

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w ha t yo u are g-(l ing to do at t h e e nd nf the ,:F- mesrer. Th e ed itor w is hes to tha n k t h e fo ll ow ing· publi cati on s f or s end ing copi es of the ir p a per to this of fi ce: If yn u ar e am b i t i o us a n ci wil l inl! to wnrk h <~rd , and art-> inter, T he Ulysses Sc hool Gran t, Ulysses. Hi g h Sc hoo l ~s·ed 10 kn o w a hnu r !i f~ i n,; u r ::rnce as a vocatiOn . adrlrP - s t h f:' L[N Murdock Ec hoes fr om th e Bluffs, Scotts Bluff. ! Murdoc k H. S. Obse rve r, CO LN UB 8 RT Y LI FE: I NSUf<AN CE CO.Vl PANY. L1 n c·.,Jn . N e hr, R. C. H. S. Min·o r, R ed Cloud, Ne br. Th e Spud , Allian ce or cal l in perso n a t 305 G r ant e r Building . 12th and 0 ~ trt>ets. Aubu rn Sc hoo l N ews, Au burn N e br. j Coll ege P ep . Ceda t· R apids, Ne b r . Luthe r Co ll ege V is ito r, Wa hoo, Nebr. seems to speak of t he won ders of ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pl ymouth Rock, P ly n1ou t h , Ne b r. God's gTeat ct·ealion. ~ The Stud ent, Wa l'l'ensb ug, Mo. T he l mp, Camb ri dge, Nebt·. l l is hoped t hat many of t he Y. W Th e No r ma l He t·ald , Natc h itoc h es, Th e Toote r , Oma ha, N e br. C. A. m embers may a t some ti me visit Lou is ian a. Th e Beaver , Dillon , l\!o nt. Estes P ark a nd a tte nd t he co nfe r P a rt h e non, Huntin g to n W . Va. Clnt·indigo Blues, Ch.. ind igo, I a. ences w h ic h a r e he ld t he r e. One ca n E ag le, Ch a dron, Ne br. Bri ng your Films to u s T he X-Ray, F a irb u t·y , N eb r . not r eal ize how be a u tiful a nd w onA nt e lop e, Kearne y, Ne br. Th e Academ ite, H e bro n, Ne br. . d erf u l thi s park is until he h as seen Mid land. Fre mo nt , Nebr. K. H. S. Bug le, Ke nesaw, Ne br. it f or h imse lf . T he De ca tur Dic ta to r, Ober lin , K a n. H ast ings Colleg ia n , Hasti ngs, N eb t·. Est es P ark is an' ide al p lace to A nd get y o u r J.> r i n t!"l Tom o rr o w Th e Gr ove r in e, Newman Gr ove, Nebr. Cen tra l Wes ley an Sta r , Wa r r erit:m , s pend o ne's vacatio n. S ummer lif e M0. T he O ra nge a nd Bla ck, Sh ic kley. on the pla teau is as effec ti ve as a T he Sa ndbutT, Yo r k , N e br. The Genevnn . Ge neva ,Ne br. tor ic. He r e one may c hoose his own Golden rod, Wayne. Nebr. T he Li v e W ire, Farn am. Ne b t·. f ashion of li ving, fo r t h e hotels r a n ge G. R. W ill y Com mu n ity H. S., Oberl in , K ansas from the most formal a nd luxuriou s A1wa ys Fre !-o h Ever }' S ize

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'wa ll. lh e g ood old-fas hio ned way, an d f r y For a ti me t h is work was lef t u n- his ow n mo rning b acon ovet· a fi re AV E;NU~ ST0R E; The p roject stat' ted by t h e Hig h fi nis hed a nd t he money stayed in the of slic ks. Whet·evet· one lives, howWhen p l an nin g your picni c lunc h e on s e e us School Ci vic league in 1921 is be ing treasury. T h is sp r in g the mem be t·s e ver , one lives, in t his b r oad tablecomp leted by t he m a nual tra ining of P rofesso t· P a ul's man u a l tra ining for your eats la nd , h e is u nde t· t he spell of t he cl ass in cement worl{ under s uper vis- c lass in cement wo rk vo lu nteered t·ange. Unconsc iously h e c omes to ~ .\ R.1\ LE.E SPREAD FOR SAN DW fCH ES ion of Professot· P;. ul. T ney a re boxing t he ir tim e a nd Ia ba t· towa rd co mp le tkn ow t he m in all t he ir m yr iad moods, t he t r ee, north of l h e Tra in e r 's Build - ing thi s p rojec t. T he m em be rs of C'h e e~e, Pi c " les , t> o tuto F lake s bl'i ll iant and vivid in mid-mornin g, in g, in ceme nt. T h is is necessa ry lo this class dese rv e m uc h p r a ise f o t· sofl an d restfu l toward evenin g, gorLun c h me ~:~ r "" • B r ead , Cookie s, C akes, Fruits. le ngthe n the life of t h e tr ee a nd t h us the ir wo rk a n d the inte r est t h ey have geously co lor ed at sunset , a ng t·y p rese r ve one of nntu r e's beauty sp ots show n in lh e proj ect . ll is hop ed at t imes, te r r ify in g in sto r m, t he ir on th e P e ru ' camp us. l hnt in th e nea r ful ~tr e t he e n tire f asc ina t ion never we ake ns, t h eir Fo ur years ago the g r ade was low - p lan fo r beauti fing t he T r ai nin g beau t y changes but i t does not lesPh o n es 73 a n d 78 et·ed f ive feet be lo w t he base of t he Sc hoo l c amp us w ill be comp let ed. sen . tre e. Th is made it possible to ha ve a p lay leve l as we ll as att1·active LI FE'S UN DIMENS IONED R ANCE KATH RYN B R OW N gToun d. E r osion caused by .•r a in a nd wind w as tak ing t he dirt a way f rom Dt·. W alte1· A itken , pasto t· of St We ca n reb uild a nd r e n ew t hree pa i rs of your cnmfortable ol d K cthryn Browne. a so lobt r evea lthe roots an d sho t'le nin g th e li fe of Pau l's. Linco ln, deli ve r s t he baccala u shoes fo r th e pri ce of one good new pair. "Flexible a p leasing mezzo-soprano vo ice of ing t he tt·ee. reate sermo n, Su nd ay, May 17, at t h e So les u sed o n wo m e n ' s shoes. In 1921 the Hig h Sc hool F r eshman rema r ka ble c le::u·ness, powet· an d New Audi to ri um. The topic of t he c i vics c lass fo rmed a Civ ic Lea g u e. range. w ill g ive a r eci t a l on t he evenmorn in g w ill be " Life' s Un dim en Th e Be"" t Sl)oe Sho p--W . E. Railsback, Proprietor. T his leagu e was or gani zed in order ing of J\lla y 21, in the aud ito t·iu m of s ioned Range." to esta blish courtesy, insure a hi g h er the P eru State T eachers' Coll ege. Mr. A itken's fu n d of Scot tis h li tMiss Brow ne is a n a ll-A me ri ca n ar;. ra de of sc hoo l wo t·k , to p r.o v ide fo r e t·nture, h is command of Scot tish diabettet· health. pronw te h appi e r li ves, List ~nd is be in g acc la imed by the lect, and his keen ins ig ht i n to socia l a nd sec ure mor e be au tiful sc hoo l pub hc, as we ll as t he press, for her cond itio ns ma ke him a most inte restg- 1·o u ntls. Isp le ndi d wor k, in both co ncer t a nd ing spea ke r. Fo r some t ime Mr. A it The leag ue di sc ussed v arious t hin gs •=nn 0 1 ao.t ~u uu son !-10 Ol[J, ·u.tad o ken has ben d e liver ing a d dresses on b ul dec id ed f irst of a ll t hey s hould r rm,.--..,.....,_~..,.....,._--:----r=--:-:r:o:--:""'7.\'"' rece nt books, as: The Great Hu nge1 , Expe r t Watch a nd J ewelry Repairing g ive t he bea utif u l T. J. Mnjor 's bu ild - I o Th e Face of t he Wor ld, T t·eacherous ing· a mo re a ttra ctive •setti ng. E ac h ~~~~~~~;~ · Gro und , all by J ohann Bojer ; The ' membe r subm itted t he best p lan h e I We use onl y G e uui ne material Conq uest of Fear, by Basil King; and co uld, make fo r accomplishi ng th is·. ~~~~rf_;] , The White Fl ag, by Ge ne Stt·atton i n o ut· watch r epa ir w o r k A commi ttee was a ppo inted to select · P orte t·. H is talk on Idylls of t he the three best ones. These wet·e s u b. l\. ing is ve r y popu lar. mitted to t he c lub a nd voted upo n. Prices Reason a hie The class of 1924 is ve r y f ortunate T he pl a n accepted was d t·a w n by . i:l procuri ng a man like Dr. W alter Jnmes Bogle. P1·ices fo r do ing t he · Aitke n. wo rk outli ned togeth er wi th t he p la n ' ---- - - - -Greene. T he proj ect was co nsidere d 1 J UN IORS ENT E RTAIN SEN IORS. I a wo r th y one by th e Sup erinte ndent and pe r mission was give n fot· th e Juniot·s entertained t he Seniors at ·cn rryin g out of t he p r oject if t he : a ainne r T h ursday ni gh t in t he domemo n ey co uld be r a ised. stic sc ience l'OOms. Eac h J un ior and 903 Cent a· a t ave. T he lea g u e dec ided to g ive a proNebra~ka City , Nebr. Senio t· was permi tted to br ing a g r am and box supp e r . E ac h g r ade guest. W hi Ie t he en ts wer e bein g .;;.::.:~;;;;;; furni sh in g· o ne nu m be r f o t· the p roprepared the gue>ts enj oyed them- : me g-r nm an d th e P e r u Hig h Sc hoo l orc hselves by pla y ing· g nn1es. uTruth" estra f urn is hed t he music. Th e adone of t h e games, forced Miss Palme1· \'ertis in g was d one wi t h poste rs a r tistr y of thi s yo u ng sing er, an d to tell h e t· ag e (16) . "Ruth and mnde by t he seven th g r ade an d w it h prop hesy for he r a b rill iant f utu r e. J acob" in s p ite of ils a g e, proved adve r t isemen ts wr itte n by t he p up ils T he meteo r ic success. of this finis h- ve ry interesting to seve r al. a nd pu b lis hed in the paper s. Fi nan- ed a r tist is t he resu lt of most c areful La te r in t he evening George Willy ci a lly, t he undert ak in g was a g r eat preparatio n . Amon g het· teac hers gave a s hot·t ta lk in regard to t he success. have bee n H erm a n De v1·ies, of Chi- Senio r pin a nd its cost. It was decided lo bu ild a wall of cago, an d Osca r Saenger, of New The Se ni ors lef t fee li ng that the concrete a rou nd t he beauti f ul elm Yor k. Wh ile s t ill nn u nd er g r ad u ate Junior s are i n a class by t h emselves tree. l ns id e o f th is was to be a bed in the Un ivers ity of Illi no is, sh e ap- w hen i t comes to fum is hin g a wondof tuli p s as they wo uld b lossom b e- peared in j oi nt recita l w i th the late e rfu l time and serv in g ':le li cious Resti ng E van W ill iams. 1 .er· s uccess w as in - di nner s. fore the e lm was leaf ed.

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The Olympic Club ended its yem· of meetings Saturday. The first part of the aftemoon was spent in swimming after which lunch was ser ved. ' Say It with FlowerS: I' Fresh cut flowers for any occasion such as wed din gs birth 1 Several of the g irls have won let- ' days and pa r t ies. We g row our own flowe rs. ter·s by eam ing thirty-two points in Gree nh o u.se ~nd stor e , corn er G: E. Berthold, F lorist fout· activities. A list of the letter 6th s t . & F 1rst Co rso Ncbral'kn City . Nt.>br. eamers will be published in the next edition.

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Fra nk Meser ve '15, head of the biology depar tment at Grand Island, gave an article befor·e the Academy of Sciences, Biological Div is ion, recently held at Creighton University. His subject was the prehistoric bison. Prof. W. F. Hoyt was the only Peruvian to attend the meeting.

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Mary Sandoz, cousin of Mary Nagle spent Friday of last week at Mt. Vernon Ha ll. Mary McVey was ill last week with a severe attack of tonsili tis.

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Bennie Church, a 1923 summer school student, visited friends here ' last week. Phone 2;:; Lucil e Harris and Bessie Gillan ''""r _ _ _ _...,.,.,....OG~cz:·~:t:•~..,...., ••.,,z:z:~~•""'*-'-~~:SJ:::s:aaiZ:::aG+oa:z:•.:::!Jl•=coiSl!l::JIIZI_,.aDr•~~<a_ _ _.,..:..oe~~_...;., were visited by their mothers ft-om Auburn Monday. The domestic Science depar tment gave a dinner last Friday evening. The guests we r·e: Mr-. and Mrs. W . R. P ate, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Overholt. Miss Dunnigan, Miss Gock ley, Miss Tolin and Mtss Robinson.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. H arris, of Falls Ci ty, drove up Su nday to vis it Louise at ML. Vemon.

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Are held every Sunday morning at (Continued Crom firs t page) 11:00 o'clock in the music room o f the College Auditorium. T he publi c !dent; Irma Casey, Vice president; Eliza Mfchels, secretary; Yola Lamb, is welcome. treas urer; Bostrom, serg eant-at-arms; THE COL LEGE S. S. CLUB Ralph Hansen, trustee; Marion Overholt, critic; Lucy Armstrong, reporter I You use eigh , en m uscles whe n Miss Ebersole, advisor; so we are a ll I pel'fectly contented. I vn u f ro wn ; f oJ r m a k~ a Rmll e Fixa tone gives tone After we wet·e thus happily settled • 'O!Iteupt h .v h ~fp ,o ~IIU to rest to the hair again the meeting was turned ovet· to v our f a c t- " the chairman of t he program commitI nr. F: R. f{e\ n nlrls. Auhurn, tee and Miss Dorothy Wade very ef-l N,...hr . in p .. r u twict' ea ~h week. fecti vely rendered a piano so lo. The!' 1 Phone nr wr i tP fnr a ppOintment told us that it was a shame to spot! · somethibg so good with a "silly" de- J bate, which was, well, maybe you 1 think the debators weren't offended at that! In fact, so much so, that they cou ld scat·ce ly do justice to the always the time of the year when the momentous question put before t hem GRADUATE is just as busy as. he 0 ~ she "Reso lved that the buildings on the campus should be so remodeled as to can be. It is examinations, social domgs, eliminate all vestibules and dark and "What shall I wear?" corn er s. Those having the affirmaWe are always ready to help you Mr. or lt ve were Alton Hair and P 11ul Dun· Miss Graduate on that 'What shall I 'Year' · lap; negati ve, Vivian Rowe ana proposition, with the most important Item, Marion Mars h. The result was really ADRIAN l\1. NEWENS State ?ollege. Durin g th.e eig~t. yea r s am azin g . The decision read as follows, COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER fo llowmg he acted as chtef crtttc and t "SHOES." . . " two to one in favor of the affirmaThe Peru State Teachers College is coach ·for a g r eat n ati onal lecture Our stock is complete with the JUSt propli ve because neit her side said any- fortunate to secure Adrian M. Newens and educ ational bureau. Twice h e er footwear for any occasion, and we are 1 t hin g but Mr. Hair used the most P t·es id en t of the University School of ser ved as pres ident of the Nat ion al ! ready to serve you. . . words." More bouquets for the wor- Mus ic and Other Fine Arts, Linco ln, Speech Arts Ass ociation. At present ! A fit for every foot. Therefore It :VIll thy deb aters! At least we a ll got a as its commencement speaker. In ad- . he is closing a year of o.utstanding not be necessary for you to lose any time bite of lemon pie out of the debate. ditio n to m anag ing and directin g the ' succ ess as president of the Lin co ln It was present ed to the winning side affairs of a g r eat s chool of fine a r ts 1Ro t ar·y Club, besides bein g pres iden in selecting your footwear. and they were actually kind enough with its 1400 stud ents and 40 fa cu lty I in a number of local and nati ona l Priced at $4 00 to $7.50. to pass it around. So even tho the memberes. Adrian M. Newens man- '. bodies. · · · Ev er etts left with a lemon in their ages to s pend ten weeks annually on And wh at are t he secrets of his mouths, it was sweet at any rate. the lecture p latform. He has become 11 success? First, .he has a rare capa familiar and well loved charac ter o , acity for hard work and a genius for j ·•The hnme nf Gond Shoe!"'., und CHAPEL NOTES. ev ery ch au t auqua program in Amer- pl acin g his effort where it counts for , "ARROWHEAD" Hose and Hosiery. ic a. w here he has won the hi gh est most. Second, he h as a mind clear, 1 laura ls in hi s m ast erful interpreta- clean, flexible, open a nd r esourceN v. br·aska (::ity. Nv..b. Monday morning the devotion als tions of " A Message From Mars" and ful to an almost unc anny d eg ree. , ;~;;~;;;;;;;;;;~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~;;;~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; were led by Miss Branson. We were "To Him That Hath". Then he possesses a speaking voice ;;; .then given a sh ort talk by Mr. An-j Coll eges and universities, bankers' of finest q u ality, which,' with his MOTHERS' DAY PRICES derson, a novelist.. Many ~! the stu- assoc iation s. teacher 's associations, mag netic personality, ~ever fails to d'e nts .~ave ~ead his book, The Blue I Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, fat~er put clearly and. at t ractively to oth~rs 52.00 to $5.00 Roses i\l.oOJ~. Do.t ethy Wade then favored and son's gatherings, a nd commumty the r esults of hts hard work a nd fme Carnations $2.0 0 short crop us wtth a piano solo. . org an izati ons of every sort are anx- thinking . Underne ath a ll, he pasSnapdragon, d ozen $1.50 Wednesd ay ~he d evotiOna ls were ious t o secu re him ag ain and again sesses a r ichness of s oul, a reveren ce In plants, Martha Washington, led by Mr. Overholt. . The High as their leading speaker for truth an abiding love of the Daisies, Begonias, Ferns, Geraniums. School chorus led by Mtss BlankenAnd who is this platfor m wizz ard'! beautifu l, and an evident s incerity of ship sang tw? numbers. We sinc.erely Just a bi g -hearted , hig hly-giftel man spirit. T hese are snme of the qualFlowP.rs for a ll occasions Slt'ViANTON & PENCE hope the Htg h School chorus Will be - that's all. He is a native of Ohio. ities that h ave made him one of the with . us again. . a g radu ate of Drake University, and mos t profitably popular speakers on Su nn vside Gree n House. Phone 9 5 Falls C it y, N e br . Fnday the d evotiOnals were led by a business man of 25 years of s ucess- the American p latform and one of Prices s ubject to c hange without notice. Miss Gl~ss. Mrs.. Church then pl ayed ful experience. For thirt een yea t·s the best loved friends of art and edtwo deli ghtful p!Uno numbers. he ser ved on t h e f ac ulty of the Iow a ucation.

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Continued from first p age.) Richard Keene, a detective Lloyd Duncan Bob Stanley, a wooer Bartlett Vance Mrs. George Smith, Nellie Celia Kizer Murial Armitage, her younger sister Alene Selk Miss Winslow, a spinster Edith Argabrig ht Hilda, the maid at Smith's ' . Laura Longfellow Director Ern estine Robertson Stage manager Fulton Davenport Advertising manager Margaret Dahlstrom Electrician Everett Vanderford Costumer Lucille Russell MAY DAY PAGEANT (Continued llrom first page) Alvina Selk, Alfhild Gilquest, Lucille Meek. Maypole Dance ___ _Fresliman Girls Mary J. Plaehn, director of pageant Bernice Lewis at the piano. Rosco e Wright, manag er of page ant st age.

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Leave Omaha 4:30 p. m. C. B. &Q., via Nebras k a City, ___ ___ ____arrive Pe ru 7:32 p. m . Leave Pe ru 7:10 a. m. C. B. & Q., via Nebraska City, --- - -- a rr ive Omah a 11:60 a . m. Leave Peru 6:40 p. m. C. B. & Q., Mo. P. ------ - - - - --- - - ----- arrive Omaha 8:20 p . m ·Several other Burlington and Missouri P acific trains. See time t ables. Leave Leave Leave Leave

Lincoln 3:00 p. m. C. B. & Q. via N ebraska City, - - ------ arrive P eru 7:32 p. Lincoln 1: 30 p. m. C. B. & Q., via Tecumseh --- ------- a rrive Peru 5: 05 .p. Lincoln 12: 36 a. m. C. B. & Q., via Falls City ----- ----- arrive P eru 7: 10 a. P eru 7: 10 a. m. C. B. & Q., via Nebrask a City - - ---- a r r ive Lincoln 10: 30 a.

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Several other Burlington traains. S ee time tables .. Ver y best connections to St. Joseph, K an sas City, and points s out h. Leave Red Oak 7:06 a. m. C. B.& Q., via Nebraska City - - - ----- a rrive Peru 9:44 a. m. Leave Peru 7:10 a. m. C. B. & Q., via .Nebras ka City __ arrive Shene ndoah 10:4 0 a. m. Leave Peru 5:06 p.m. C. B. & Q., via Nebraska City, __ arrive Shenand oah 8:20 p. m . The best of connections e ast and west of Lincoln and Omaha. Best of connections f or those on the Wymore Division, f or Holdrege, York, S u tton, Beatrice, P lattsmouth, and Fremont.


PERU PEDAGOGIAN VOLUME XIX.

PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1924.

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Mayday Ceremonies. • eners. with two sele~tions that were Degree Bachelor of Arts. fans by winning from Miss Wat·e 6-1 H e took his text from "I am come 2: 30 p. m. 0 pen A'1r B an d Conpleas1ng to the audtence b ecause of May 23, 1924. 6-3; and then she kept it up by elim~ that ye may h ave life, and have it cert. the abJ!tty shown fo r the age of the Mae Miller Beck inating Miss Gockley 6-3, 6-3. Mr. more abu nd antly." 3~15 p. m. P lanting of the Ivy. performers. I rma D. Casey Jindra sprang anoth er by winning To those who h ad never before 8:00 p . m. Class Night. The second part of t his novel proMargaret Atlanta Cole from Laughlin 3-6, 6-1, 6-3. Sand- heard Mr. Aitken it was an opp ortuniFriday May 23 gram consisted of four v iolin solos May Linger berg came back and took two from ty never to be forgotten. To t hose who 10:30 a. m. Commeuce ment Exby :he more advance~ pupils of t he Crystal Margaret Meyer Costello 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. h ad listened at oth er times to similar ercises. vlohn classe_s. _Carl Lmn o_f Auburn, Alice A. Smith Willhoft and B lankenship won the lectures given by Mr. Aitkin t h e one 12:30 p . m. Alumni Luncheon was populat wtth the mustc lovers. George Raymond Willy mixed doubles title from Beck and Sunday mornin g was an added pearl. and Induction of . , The college ban~ or Snappy Do~en Mary E . Wiltse Humbert by p laying steadier tennis. Mr. Aitken showed how m an's Class of '24. gave three selection for the thud Dess ie Wright The losers came from 1-4 to 6-5 and range developed, that of t he youth Afternoon- Class Repart. of the program. Part four was J uly 25, 1924. led on the deciding game 3-0; but being greater t h a n the range of c hildunions. furmshe~ b_y the. colleg 01:ch?stra. Mary C. Borne Lhey could not keep the pace and hood, but g iving way to the ran ge of A . descrtptlve ptece, A Tr1p m a Spencer M. L eger dropped the first set 8-6. The second a dulthood as "the years spread out in - - - - - - - - - - - - - Fhv:er, wa~ feat ured: Helen Jones Mabel Gustafson Qume·r set was a nip-and-tuck affair e nding ever increasin g horizons." He s aid r eadmg the m terpretatton. The readRuth Strong Warnock 6-3. The winners had previously e li- the distinction b etween man and oth- , HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT. was really . unnecessary, beca~s~ thl: D. H. Webber minat ed Crago and Palmer 6-4, 6-1 ; er animals is that "the birds shift ___ orchestra dtd the work so reah stlcally and the losers had e liminated Costello with the seaso ns, the cattle loose . ~everal peop le remarked that they Graduates Two Year Course. h h Wednesday, May 21- 10 · 00 a. m. and M.l. nne 6-1, 6-3. t hem selves, but man leaves t e pat Add w H M0 1·t s · t d felt the v ibration of the Ford·' others · J anuary 18, 1924. The finals in t he men's s ing les may and builds for himself." ress, · t. B t ~n, C~tperSmhen - heard the rattle and felt the dust .as 00 1s they skidded along country roads. . . . . en ea 11ce I Y c h Marie Bourke be seen in news flas es. They are to Mr. A1tkm dev1ded hts speech acGraduates· Edna Alice Fish be played between Willhoft and cording to the three parts of t his . . · ·n 1 And there were b lowouts and other Edna Irene Fisher Beck. The match promises to be int t· " He most lives wh o . Wtll.tam An.v l e !.t hings. quo a ton s. Ed. h M A b · ht · · d d Laura Kovanda F It k p . B r gt ng The evem~g e~te~tat~ment hen e teresting for the men are about even- thinks most, feels noblest, and acts Anna Mae Mason ly matched. And they both play b est." He discussed possibilities and r,a n . 9g e with the audlenc~ s sm gmg of t e nah 0 f t h se individ ' C. Fern Bur gess tiona! anthem with th e band, orches- Herald Eugene Maxcy placement tennis. Mr. W illhoft may . 0f eac e 1\farg~ret Da.hlstrom Emile Novotney have the better service; and Mr. Beck lmportance ually 1 tra, and violin soloists accompanying. Naini e Lenora Robertson u· William Fulton Davenp01·t The p r ogram drew a large c rowd, may excel in court p I ay. 1 :ur · A1•tk· ·m b roug ht ou t t h e t"dea I ·,-. · Alvina Selk Willhoit has not had to exert him- th~t .no matter h ow much education vera .L . Duerfeldt a cr owd much interested in the work Alberta Skeen self up to the finals. He won from one h as had there are always higher Ljo~d Du~can accomplished by. Mr. Jindr~. Next May 23, 1924. lOaUJ·ens 6-1, 6-0, from Hoyt 6-2, 6-0, heigh ts of learning to climb just Martorb~ ~lsher ' year Professor Jmdra promtses that Marjorie E. Arnold not how long Rut lliSple I it will be even better. and fl·om J 1·ndra 6-1, 6-1, Mr. Jindr a a h ea d of u s. "I t rna tters . . ' Nellie Graf Cleo B. Austin had elimi nated Bostrom 6-2, 6-3, and we li ve but how." L1fe IS valued ac- ' W. Grover Eva Erma Vera Bantz Laughlin 3-6, 6-1, 6-3. Mr. Clayburn cordi ng to what we do not how lo ng MANY PERUVIANS ·PI:ACED. Edna M. Hall Forrest · G.eorg; "Bell lost. to Laug hlin 6-1, 6-2. Hoyt won we Hve. · . · I Willard D. Hall Millard DeWitt Bell from Peterson 6-1, 6-3. People of tod ay are proud of a cerJessie F. Connell, Id aho Poly. Instit ute .. Juani~ · H aupt man Ruth Frances Blomquist Mr. Beck has had some hard tenn is tain h ardness, a concealing of aife<;Sp encer Leger, E lmwood. Everett;;E.• Heywood Willi am F reeman Bogle lo qualify for the finals. He won the tions. Yet, all will admit t h llt " em£hilip F. ·Hoyt D. H. Weber, Shubert. Leo L. Bourke first round from Dunlap 6-3, 6-2. otions and sentiment rule.the Vf.O!"Ic\." Mae M. Beck, Peru S. T. College. Gladys V. Jorgensen Howard Cook Brunsdon F uller g ave a good account of hiD?- But altho, .yJe fee l poble i~ i~ lost~n.~ G. R. Willy, W ilber. Celi abelle· Kizer · Ola Corinne Burgner self in the next ro und which Beck less we act. It is )Tiore iin~<;~;ttant .tP Dessie Wright, Laurel. Richal'd Owen' Leahy Jane Lucile Caley won 6-3, 6-4. Mr. Crago forced him be a woma'n than a queen, a man ·than Mary E. Wiltse, Lincoln . .(:.aura ·Eiizaoeth ' Longf ellow Helen Aileen Carman to his best to win 7-5, 6-4. A nd then a king. · •· " ·r , •'· Marie Bourke, Blair. Rosalie March and Dorwin Clifford Carter Sandberg cut and s liced the ball to Mr. Aitken closed witJl. tl\~ twq i Laura Kovanda, Safford, Ariz. ~has. S. Newton Bessie M. Church bother t he ad visor, who fina lly won poems, My Steps b¥ Wilcox ~n.d ' C. LuciUe Owen ··· Edna Fisher, Lin coln, George J. Church 6-3, 6-3. Sandberg had eliminated Celestial S u rgeon by Stephe_J;~_son ... i Anna Mae Mason, Morenci, Ariz. Herl:iert :E>. Redfern James A. Conway Cost ello 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Mr. ~rago took Alvina .Selk, Nemaha City. Oli ver Rogers David F. Costello 1 n close one from Faunce m the s eDRAMATIC CLUB, PARTY·. Marjorie Arnold, Hamburg, Iowa. Lucille M. Russell Mark L. Crandall cond l·ound 6-1, 6-3. And from the 1 • I Erma Bantz, Falls City, .Hazel Sarvis Mark Wilson Delzell left-hande d Dahls trom in the fir st 1 The ram can not keep the. D~amatic Alepe L. Selk Elsie J . Dollarhide 1 Forrest Be ll, De Witt. I'Ound 6-1, 6-3. Dahlstrom had won Club from h aving a .good ·time. SalMillard Bell, Bradshaw·. A very M. Stevens Paul Dunlap from Gilkeson 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Fuller urday at five o'clock t h e hardy acDorwin Carter, Orafino. Lois Stoddard . , .. Louise Margaret Farley whom Beck eliminated in the second tors assemb led in front of th e g yJTl. Paul D unl ap, Havelock·. Dor othy Mabel Th()mas . Glenn P. Gi lkeso n ro und, won from Hunter 6-2, 6-3. preparatory to windin g th_eir_ way to · Alfhild Gilquest, Stromsburg. Bartlett L. Vance Alfhild Gilquest The women's sing les has worn down the tourists camp for a plcmc. The Ci Everett Vanderford 'I Mabel Jorn, Verdon. Daisy Claire Graf to four competitors. Miss Humbert I r a in drove us to t he Depot for she lEsther Keefer , Papillion. C. Mabelle W altz ' W. Alton Hair has elim inat ed Mi ss Harris 6-2, 6-2 ter but neither spoiled the fun or I Ollie Klumb, Bridger, Mont. Viola W eddle Adnee Hamilton M·1nne 6-1 • 6-3. She lo sth to • ea t's. Say , did you know it hailed,· . Ruth Ku.r tz, Grand, Island. Ralph M. Hansen and MISS Miss Blankens hip 6-0, 6-4 who as j Mark Delzell is president of the I Art hur Majors, Endicott. Louise Edith Harris MAY R ECITAL. elimin at e d Miss S orens on 6-0, 6-0 and ! Peru Dramatic Club for next year. • Nellie Pierce, Saffo rd, Ariz. Verda Jun~ I{auptman h as Ruth Sundell, Omaha. Clarence Edwi~ Hawxby Miss Borne 6 - 2 • 6 · 1 · Ml . · ss Kurtz . I1 . f. als by v irtue of BOBCATS PLACE FI FTH Wednesday , May 21- 8:00 p. m. Ona Seipel, Grand Island . Id a M. Heywood ~one to t he s emt Ill victories ov e r Miss Ware 6 -1 • G- 3 and IN STATE MEET Recital , Kat hryn Browne, Prima-Don- Zenas Teich, Auburn. Raymond E. Hunter . I 6 3 6-3 an d a bye. na Soprano of the Chicago Irene Veal, Ve~don. Dorcas Dill Johnston i\1Jss Gock ey - • Mi H wood Th Peru Bobcats made a roseate Civic Ope ra Compan y. Dorothy Wade, Syracuse. Helen Margaretta Jones Miss Palmer w on fromN Iss ey1 6 1 b . e ·ng 1·n track athl etics when f. Miss e s on 6 - , - · egwm Paul Yost, Stock ville. Mabel Gertrude Jorn 6-3, 6-3 and tom ho h as sur- t h ey p laced fi fth in the state meet at Myrl Emrick, Syracuse. Esther Grace Keefer MAY DAY CEREMONI ES. S~e mets Miss Klepse~, e~t and a win Hastings, the firs t time a Peru team L. w. Collister, Verdon. Amy L. Kite v1ved b ecause of a foJf h tered t h e State Conference R. L. Klaurens, Firth. ~f y k 6 0 6-0. as en d b Ollie May Klumb from . ISS ec - 'M. H a rris w o n Meet The Bobcats finishe ut two Thursday, May 22- 10: 00 a. m. Otto Oakes, Waco. Zola Mi ldred Knapp In t he first r" und. ISKS Miss . t.s behind Chadron. Hast ings The P ag ean t Marc h. Opa l Jackson, Orafino. Mtss napp. pom Gladys Muriel Kurtz by defau I t f rom . h . three t k t h e meet· Wesleyan was sec- The Crowning of the Queen. Yola Lamb; Cotfeyville, Kansas. Bo . f rom Miss Telc m oo , . Ruth Victoria Kurtz rne won -3· it w as a tes t of ond; Doane was thl:d· . . . Scarf Fantasie. Helyn Humbert. Omaha. Bernice Gladys Lewis ha rd sets 8-6, 3-6, 6 • way Ed" Weimer MaJors, and Butsm g The Pag eant, "The Golden Wis h." R~ L. Sandberg, Fairbury. In m uch the s ame le, ,. h th .. Eth el C. Lindahl enduran· ce.1 ave en The Pageant sy mbolically applies Glen Frary, Sutton. n from Mi ss Jones w e re the Peruv 1ans to Louise M. McCrory :\liss Glc k ey ":o H e wood elimin at - names engrave d on th e roll of honor. to the life experience of all t ime. In Edn a F is her , Falls City. Arthur Ro gers Mojors 6-3. 5-7, 6-3. MISS 3 y6-3 Miss De l-, Edie took nine points for the Bobcats the Garden of the He ar t Everywom - I Nainie Robertson, Lincoln. ·Elizabeth B. Mastalka ed Miss Novotny, ~~s, Ha.uptma n 6-4, by winning three seconds. He to~k an dwe lleth Queen. Here are t wo Ola Bergner , Watson, Mo. Edith Neal 1 zell won f rom Mt -6 · and then the y I s econd in the 440 -yard dash, s ec?nd m paths. One leads to t he L and of Ella Teich, Fairbury. Irene P. Nelson lost t h e next set 1 ~It to Miss K lep - the 220-yard dash, and second m t_he Happiness, the ot h er to No- Man- 1 P earl Newhouse 1 boLh decided to defa . J•is mark of 166ft. 10 m. Knoweth-Where. Here one afternoon . CLASS NIGHT. Jave 1m. "1 h Susan O.'Connor for t e in the spring time come Service, Selfser. . ' bles Misses P almer was r eally r emarkable Auburn Conley O'Neal . r d In t h e ladtes do u h d t he finals Jave . l.m ., for Edie has not specta JZe ishn ess, Follies, Vanities, Idle ness, ·M. Nellie Pierce T hu rsday, May 22--8:00 p. m. · and Deland H u m b er t have r e aBc e Flattery, Work , and Women Who .th the steel-pointed rod. Girls' Glee Club Elsie Faye Redd . M" s es arne Music by elimi n ating IS . ly defe atin g w 1We imer placed t h ree t"tme s. He Hove Ser ved Humanity, all try ing to Georg e Willy Edn a Lillie Rieger Ivy Day Oration zell 6-4 6-4 and prev io us 0 6 6-1 10 tied w ith Buising at 11 ft. for secon d win the He art of Everywoman. Serv Millard Bell Vivian Dorothy R owe ' d Minn e - • • Class History ~1isses Gockle y _an d Blan kens hip lace in t he pole vault. And he took ice fin ally win s her and le ads her to Irene Veal Ruth E. Sandell Class Poem -8. Misses Teich an d H ey- p d . the shot-put. In t h e broad the Land of Happiness J ames: Conway • MurieJ.,EJizabeth Scheu er secon m Class Prophecy . Mi es Novot ny an Will p lay s . . e of meetin g t h e j ump he p laced fourth. E . <::;, Beck, (1912) Blanche May Seibold "Our Alumni" wood for t~e prlVIleg Teich -Blan k en Majors, who endeared himself to Sextette (Cont inued on last p age. ) Music P atroni ze our Advertisers. ) other finah sts. T h e (Continued on last pag e.) (Con tinued o n l ast pag e. A

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mcluded t he Junio r and SenI ' _ Editor ior c lasses, their sponsors, Miss Tear GEO. R. WILLY . M j and Miss P a lmer; p ost g raduates and is what every ambiti o us college st udent an d s en i o r is thinking DAVID COSTELLO B USJ ness anager · Presiden t and Mrs. W. R. P a te. at th e present time. Life i n '3u r ance is one of the best, nne of EMELIA NOVOTNY Campus 1 A commm ittee r eceived the gu ests the most d ~si r ab l e. an d o n e o f the m ost satisfactor y . as a perMARWN MARSH Campus and s howed them to the reception C RYSTAL MEYER (J r ganizati o ns J·oom which was delig htfu ll y ado rned man e nt call1 ng. O r ga ni zation:; with f e rns a nd flowers. F or a shor t , MYRL EM IU CK ln a sse t~ and vol ume o f business, life insurance is one of the LWTH SANDELL · Personals time, we li ved again, several of the th r ee leading bu:~in esses o f thi s country. yet the field is comparaou tstand in g in cidents of the past HELYN HUMB~RT P~ rso nals year. t ive ly und evelooed. Only s e ven per cent of al l lives in the U n ited MILDRED PATE Classes 1 Soon w e were called to p a 1·t ake of States is covere d by insura n ce. T h is gives . vou an idea of the field GRACE METTZ C lasses a deli c ious three course dinner. The still to be developed. DOROTHY WADE Circulat ion tables we1·e artistica lly a rran ged 111 Speci al R e porters: L ucy Armstron g , L o ui se Harris , Be rn1 ce the fol·m of a square an d were si mply A!; to R EMUNERATION, r e p o r ts of c o l lege graduates who yet beautifu lly decorated. Le wi ,;, H e l P. :; Jon ps, MPrritt Whitte n . have e nt!'r e d bu si n ess i ndicate tha t li fe insu r ance is at the VERY I The flower baskets and toast proTOP as a SOURCE OF I NCvME. Now is the time to consider gr ams comb inatio n ser ved as a very The c los ing d ays of schoo l a1·e upon us and while our students are pleased ., ' what yo u are go in g t o do at the end nf the semesrer. p leasi ng li ttle favor , and was in keepwith the t ho ug ht of soon being with the home folk once more, t hey are a lso ing· with May ti me. sadde1;ed by the thoug ht of leaving t he scenes of the campus and the Follo~v in g t he d inner, two interestIf you a r e amb i tious and w i lling to work hard, and ar:e.'in.~.er: fri e nds the y have made whi le here. So it is a t imt:: when t he1·e is a "!:)mi le ing musical n'Umbe rs we r e g i ven este d to kn n w ahnut life i n surance as a vocatio n , addre~s the LINon t he lip a nd a tem· in t he eye." They consisted of a pi ano solo by COLN U BERTY LIFE INSURAN CE COMPANY , L incolo, N~br. ~ Our s tudent body is a splend id lot of yo ung p eop le. T hey represe nt Miss Lau.r a Mac kpran g a nd a whist or call i n p e rso n a t 305 Granter B u ilding, 12t h : and 0 str ee ts. ,,·· , 1 the best from th e various communities of t he state. They have t he a bili ty ling solo by Miss Emily Burton . ~-, '; . N~x·t :we we1·e e n te r tai ned with five ;.._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _;..._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~--to do higher educational wo rk , s u1·e ly. But they h ave an additiona l virtue 0 1· they wou ld not be here, the . desi1·e to prep a re themselves for a exc'e llent toasts, the a n ·an gement ~s life of se r vice in t he community f 1·om whence they have come or a similar fo llows : comm unity. So they are wo1·t h while youn g p eople and it has be en a pleasure Life Miss P almer KODAKE~S to have been associated with th em t hi s year. We are s ure that they have of h ~ d the ir ideals enlar ged a nd Stl·en g t he{led this yea1· an d t rust t h at as they Promptitude Miss Tea r Rrin g your Film s to us ka\ e us to take upon th emselves the broade1· duties of life they will find Exc'elsior D a vic! Costello t.here a ll th e joy and s uccess that they have dream ed s hou ld be t heir portion. Remi niscence George Willy ~ r a v the rememb 1·ance of t he life lived in this, their Alma Mater, a lw ays U. R. an Alumn us Pres. W. R. P ate Lrl;l P: lhem p leasu 1·e, a nd may their work in life be s uc h that it w ill be a n And get you r Prints Ton1orro w i.l~ 1rntion to futu1·e students in this in stituti on. . THE LAST CONVOCATION "For li fe is the mir ro1· of l<ing and s lave, oF THE YEAR 'Tis just w h at you are and do ; T hen g i ve to the wo l'id the best you have Every Size """'_ _ _ _..,..,,...,,_ A~ways Fresh An d the best w ill come back to you." II Assistant Superin tendent Miss Belle ____________ _ _ _ __, _ _ _ _ _ _ _.,: W. R. PATE, P r eside nt. -~=~====~=~====~~~=~~===~======~ addressed Ryan of the Oma ha pu blic ~hoo ~ -·; -;·~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ the college students at t he .. PERUV IANS g raphs tal<e n from t he camp us. last convocation of the yea r, ManA ll of t he borders, p a nels, sketches, day mornin g. In f act Mrs. R yan gave W il k ie Co lli ns had not hin g on Mr. and cartoons are ori g inal and embody ten a ddress in ten minutes on Ten Teich and Mr. Spe l'l'y whe n it came some local co lor, some place, or some Essenti als of a Real Teacher. She F o untain Pen;; , Au t o matic P e ncils. Station e ry to del i ve1·y of their publications. At expe r ie nc e, f am ili a r to the students. was g iven a sin cer e applause a t the R~mio~t m PJ r table Typewri ters the hour se t for the deli ve ry of the T he splendid phot ogr aphy and en- close of her sp len did talk. We can furni s h yo ur sch ool s upp lies on s hort notice. Peruvians there was a g rand rus h graving add much to t he boo ks ' supHer first ad dress was upon the mc- ney in hand , for the P e ru vian of- eri ority. The cartooning h as been p hysica l fitness of a teache1·; t hen See us f or good eats. fice. No d oo rs we1·e torn down no 1· p r onoun ced eg u a l to professiona l followed t he r ema inde r of the add ress , . d id any one come to blows but • if work. The complete ind ex in the in rapid fire forceful and effective eve1· t he r e was a c r owd eager to be back of the book adds to its advan - man n er that dro ve h e r poin ts home the possessors of books t ha t c rowd tages. The subjec ts of the add r esses were P ho n es 73 and 78 was it. 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neglected. Ever y sh ady spo t on the be1· when the staff was firs t or ganiz- Voice, Class Room Management, Cocampus was occup ied and a ll inter est ed, a nd everybody was so willing to operatio n , Loyal t y, Initiation, and ''as centered on the new book. do his part on sc hed ul e time, thus Hu mo r. All were s trong a ppeal to F1·id ay nothin g was h eard but, makin g· it possible to t ake ad vantage the teac h ers to give thei r li ves to t h e "Hon wi ll yo u write in my book '!" of the la 1·ge disco un ts ~nd t he s up er- g r eat work of tea ch ing- the g reatest "Say ! did you see what so and so put ior quality of e n g r aving which the profession on eart h. presentation of early copy to the enIn her appeal for the teach e r to in my book?" To thos.e unfortunates not acquai nt- g ravers insured. The a dv a nce sa le h ave humor, 'Miss Ryan spo ke of the eel with the inside track of t hi ngs the of the book a nd the begini ngs of t he n ecessity of seeing the little t hings book offe rs two outs tanding problems camp aig n fo r materi al for the adver- of life s uc h as critic is m and li ttle who is t he party t h at the love lorn tisin g section early in Decembe r ser- nagging i n ·a big way. N ot to stop in dividua l on the bottom of pag e 66 ved to confirm t he staff i n its feelin g in d oing the rig ht t hin g b ecause has in mind ? Who a r e t he par ties of financial security. some one was wrong or did a wron g. con cerned on page 118 and does ·it All bills have not yet come in, but A true teacher c annot a ff ord to a llow s how Pl ato nic frie nds hip? it a pp enrs t h at the total profits of the these petty things to t urn her aside I t is rumored th at Miss Kite has a 1924 P e ruvian will b e in the n eigh- from the true course. Then to see Copy suppl emented of course, that bor hood of S500.00 W e are to ld that the humorous side of t h e work of wou ld prove e ntertaining .even to n this about doubles the largest amount others a nd not tak e ever y t hing said caustic crit1c. mad e prev iously by a ny yearbook at and done ns a personal matter. The hi t t he 1924 P e ruvia n made is Peru, t he r eco rd in the past b ein g , Miss Ryan is p resid en t of the Secth e kind you 1·ead about . To s ay that he ld b y the 1914 Peruvian w hich ond District Association of Neb raska the pub lication w as a s uccess would made a profit of $250.00 a nd hns already p lanned one of the be puttin g it li ghtly. Mr . Teach and In spite of these in cr eases in the best prog t·ams for November meetin g M1·. Spen y ahd those r espo nsible fo r cost of the book, t he management ever held in a di stl'ict m eetin g. the book d eserve unlimited credit. found it expedient to f igure ou t ways l Miss Mary Foster, a loyal P eruvian , The 192t1 P eruvian stands as nn ex- in w hi c h t he stud ents mig ht be made gave a s hort talk of t he "Old Days" amp le of what hard work coupled to s h are in t he S500.00 profits. The in Peru. E. M. Hosman , Neb r aska's with ori g inality' and co-operation will first t hing clone was to reduc~ the liv e wi1·e as State Secr etary of t he accomplis h. 1 a mount c harged to organ izations for ; Assoc iation, gave a few 1·ematks. The outs tandin g improve ments · their pages. This r ed uc tion of $1.60 1 round in t he ' 24 book a r e t he enlarg- Ja page a mou n ts to approxi m ately ed scene, s nap s hot, music an d facul- $100.0 0 to t he org an izations. T he R E AL ANSWERS AT ' 'EXAMS." ty sec tions. Besides the en lar gements subscribe rs to t he book were t hen a lof ~ncl the addi tions to t he var i.o us ! lowed to profit to ~he ext ent of. $150. Pompeii w as de~troyed by an e rupsectJOns the book p ossesses tec hmca l t hrough t he r eductiOn of t h e pnce of I lion f 1·om the Vat1can. improveme nts whi c h s how both for - book from $11.50 to $4.0 0. N ex t i t J T h e Go r gons we re three sisters that thoug ht, and insig ht into an nual co n- was d eci ded t h at t h e m em bers of t he looked like women, only mo re terristruclion. These are noticeabl e in th e 'staff, thr oug h w hose efficien t and ble. Edwa 1·d t he T hi1·d w ould have co ntinuity of id e as exp r essed by the car eful work t h o profits liad been prese nce of t he auk and ivy leaves bu il t up, s hould have complimentary been King of F r a nce if his moth er all thru t he designs of the book, in copi es o.f t he book. T he rem a inin g had been a man. the "Ell'! Libr is" t h e gen era l borde r , $150. 00 of t he $50 0.00 p r of its goes to George Washing ton married Mary t he Scene Section bord e1·, th e division t he Memoria l f und of th e Class of '24 .Curtis and in due ti me became the page d esig ns, and in the cove 1· d esig n. to be used i n co nnection wi th othe t· fut he r of h is cou ntry. The d evision p lates have a touc h of fund s fo r t he e r ection o.f a s uitable A deacon is the lowest kind of loc a l co lo r, be ing dra wn from photo- Class Memori a l. Christi an.

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Society Brand and Hart=Schaffner & 1\'\ arx

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ClOTHES

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We have 23 different k inds. A kind io suit every taste. Remember

On Friday eve ni ng, May 16, Mr. and Mrs. Holc h entertained t he Sophomore class. The f irst p ar t of th~ even ing was old fas hioned games, in which e ver yo ne enjo yed t hemselves, as only Sophomores can. I n the game of "t r ut h", man y secrets were conf essed and announ ced to t he world. Howe ver it would not be well to mention them he re. Seve ral other games were p layed and t hen we danced t he Virgini a Reel. Afte r this, Amy ~ug­ aested th at we p la y Cross questwns : nd silly answers. Alto n Hair asked Edna Rieger if he mig ht take her home and she r esponded, " I will have to ask my mother." Ref res hm ents were served at ten fifteen, just in time to get ho me befor e t he lig hts went out. The Sophomores wish to extend 1 ' their si ncere t h a nks to Mr . and Mrs. Holch, not only for t he party and t he I good time, but also fo r the ~elp and I "'Uidance w hi ch t hey h ave glven the ~l ass t hroughout this year and l ast.

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PE R U CERTIFIES 192 TEACHERS. , (Co ntinu ed llrom fi rs l page) Ona Miner va Seip e l Omer· E . Sper ry Helen B. Stallsmith Hu g h P . Stoddard Kearnie S undell Ru by M. T aney Ha l'i an d Ve rne Tay lo r Ze lma E. T aylor Ell a Fran ces Tei ch Zen as Teich Clar ence E . T hompson Lu cille T hompson Claire Irene Vea l Lois Mae Veed er Dor othy W ad e Theodor e Donald W e illle t· T he lma Fr a nc ~s W e lls Ro ber t G. W h itte mo re Ha rl and W hitwell 1-1 an y And erso n W illiams i'u ller Talton Woodie Helen Marie Yeck Pau l Les li e Yost Jul y 25, 192,1 S tewart Blades !\Iau rice Bo ren Bcmard 0. Bos trom 13e mice Brec kenrid r..re Milo B. Cla rk e Ba rton C leven ge r Go ldie Mae Creec h Lloy d W ill iam Dal lam Myrl Em ric k Edna E ngelke Lois Fis her 1.!:. E vet·ell F ull et· Bessie Gillan Luci le Ha rr is Pau l K. Ho y Leo n a M. J ohnson 1\ alhryn T heres a J o iner l ~ li Y L. !\: la ur ens 'l ola Mae L a mb 1-:lhe r l Lyle Lau g h lin \\ illi am Lockwood l ~ d wat·d S. 1\lc Call Luc ille E ll a n l\'loho ney (~ l e n Mel v in W. Otto Ookes Vin a Klat· Rud olp h Alice Mar ie Sorenson l{oscoe E. Wright Elemen ta ry Ju nio•· Ce •·tifi cn te. Ma y 23, 1924. Viola Ru t h Adams Deva He le n Armst t·on ;.:. Lu cy E. A n n s l r o n ~ Ft·eda C. Austin Ruth G uns Lois Goodloe Luc ille Goo dloe Edn a Hall Clyde 1\L H annan l·' red W. Hes l;ett Victor Ho user O rp h a L. Keeb let· Otlo Ku cera i\'l:l rt h a .,Layton Alice Lindg ren Gladys M. McKen ney Viva B. Mars ha ll Helen M. Neal Corinne N issley Amet hyst Pryor Lelia Ro g er s Pau l Smit h Gl adys Stan dley Fern War e J uly 25, 1924. Eva E lsie Ande rson Dav id Clark Mari e K. Claussen Edith Gapen Elisa M. Michels Mar g ar et Ne lson Emil F . R ogge Glad ys Scar s John B. Shuster Faye Wickh a m 1 E lemen ta ry Trai ne r Ce rt ificntes Mny 23, 1!)24 Willi am An ville Ed it h M. Arg ab rig ht H.ose A. Conway Ver a L. Due rfeldt Noll ie G raf Edn a M. Hall Gladys V . J or gensen Celiab elle Kizer C. Luaill e Owen He rbe rt Redfern Lucille M. Russe ll Hazel Sar vis Alene L. Selk L ois Stoddard Mabel T homas l~verett V anderford Viola W edd le

ALUMNI LUNCHEON. n ot forget the h app y Girls Club days Frid ay, May 23- 12:30 p. m. in old P eru. Alu m ni Lunch eon an d I nd uction of 1 Class of '24 into Alumn i Associa- I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Li on. I After noon 1 The Gir·ls' Club gave t h e receipts Cl ass R eu nions. from t hei r p r ogr a m for the cemen t ______ wor k r ound t he Lone Tree. I VY DAY CER EMONI ES. T he p rogr·am: 1 Th urs day, May 22- 2:30 p. m. Vio lin So lo - Doris R ice 1 1 Ope n A ir Band Conce r t, Co llege Band , Rec itation - Marg ym aeBec k I 3:15 1 D an ce - Marion Beck er and 1 i P r esen t ati on of T r owel Ma rk Delzell Jean Crago R espo nse _ _ Olin Elliott I Fashion Revue - H. H. H. I Girls COMMENCEMENT EXE R CISES How a Woman Keeps a Sec ret Fr·id ay, May 23- 10:30 a. m. One act play. IP rocessiona l Co ll eg-e Orch est ra'· T he S ophomo r e En g lish c lass p rei In voca tion R ev. E. C. Mitchell s ented t he play, "A T a le of Two Vocal Qua r tette Mi sses Blankenship Cit ies" on May 13. T h e class h ad \ I a nd Gil quest, Mes- written t he dramatic version. Miss srs. Bell and T aylo r ~aisy G raf d irected. Comme ncemen t Addr ess Th e second . l\lay . D ay of t he ~i_gh Adri an M. Newens schoo l was g rven m t h e gymnasrum P rin cip al Uni versity School May 15. P receding t he love ly May of Music, Lincoln. ' Queen and her maid of hon o r was t he Voca l Qu a rtette Misses Blankens hip hi g h sc hoo l c hor us. Then appea red and Gilq uest, Mes- t he May Queen, Alen e Selk, a nd h er s rs. Bell and T ay lor maid of h onor, W and a Sears. After Conf e rrin g Deg r ees a nd t he queen had b een c rowned, Leor a 1 1 Presen t in f! D ipl om as Setzer s ang . The n f ollowed t he May 1 a nd Cer·t ific ates J-I on. T. J. Major s pole d ri ll a nd d ance f or t he Queen. !Ben ed icti on - Rev. J. W. E ll iott - .- - - - - - . 1 Recessional - Co ll ege Orchestra BOBCATS F IFTH I N STATE MEET.

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In P eru's little wo l'id , by t he broad h is f ormer vau lt r ecord wh en h e r iver· curled . cleared 11 f t. 4 in. L ower y, of Chad1 Tesll ecl in em er·ald n ature. I r on, b r oke his javeli n record made l Bl ue mi st sh roud ed g reen, last y ear by throwing th e missle 175 Th e !>i ll wher·e ' tis seen, : Coac h G raf ·and t he t r ack athlet es 1 Our coll ege an d alm a m ater. i are to b e cong r atulated on t he s how1\'I. H. Q. 1ing m ad e this first season .. Lett ers will be g r anted to Rola n~ Ed re, P awTENNIS TOURNAM ENT ENDS. nee City; Ted W eimer, Har dy; Lorene C"ntin ued fr·om fi r·st p age.) Buisin g , F alls City; Arthur Majors, ship co mbin ation won from Misses E ndicott; a nd P au l Hoy, F a rnam . !J ones and Hau ptma n 6-1, 6-1. T he , W eimer is the on l ~ Pe ruv ian to Novotny _ Hey wood co mbin at ion won m ake th1·ee lett ers t hrs ~ear. He was from Misses K u r tz and Nelson 3-6 tackle in f ootball, cap tam of t he basG-4 . 6-2. ' ketb all team, and won hi s letter in In t h e men's dou bles Messrs. Cost- field events in t r ack. ello and Willhoit h ave reachfed t he C. GOR DON BECK ' 10 f inals. T hey have won from Jindra- 1 Hoyt 6-2, 10-8 a nd from Cla yb urn- I Lau ghlin 6-2, 6-2. Mess rs. J indr a a nd 1 St. Lou is. Mo.. A~n·i~ 28 - Ch as Gf Hoy t h ad p lavecl ve r y fin te nn is to Beck w as n amed Drstn ct Man ager o · · ' ·· 1 wm f r om Sa ndbu r g-Fau nce 8-6 9-7. tl1e U · S· Vete rans' Bu re au h ere to.,. to word r eceived f rom The Ji ndra-Hoyt combi n ation was al- d ay, acco i·d 'm ., w ays d an g er ous. Fuller-Hansen w ill Wash ing ton . Beck t akes th e p lace of ' play Crago-Beck f o r t h e privi lege of M. E. He ad who ~·ecently lef t to ~e­ mect ing t he f inalists. F u ller-Hansen come man ag er of th e New Yor k Disel imin ated D ah lstr om-Peter son 8-6 6 t rict . -1. Cr aao-Beck eli m inated Bostro'm - ' I n sp eaking of the St . Louis ap point ! Hun ter G-1 6 -3. I me nt, Gen er a l Hines, Di rector of 1 ' 1t he B.~reau , s aid "I ~o~1si der M.r. Beck GIRL'S CLUB P ICNIC un~s~ally ·well qu alifi ed to .f ill t~e Las t T uesday morn in g May 13, at p ositron of Man ager of the Nmt h Drs15: 15 A.· M. wh en all h ones t p eop le trict. He h as worked in various dewere in bed the Girls Club Coun cil par tments of the Bureau f or t h e past and off ice rs gav e a picnic b r eakfast fi ve years and knows the work from in honor of Miss Ro bi n·son. the g r ound up. For t he p ast y ear 1 We met in front of t he library at and a h alf he h as worken d irectly un1 this early h ou r and made our w ay der Mr. Head and I fe el sure wi ll Lownr·d s t h e past ur e b ey on d t he p a- carry on t he p olicies whic h have : ge ant g rounds, accomp an ied by f t·y-. m ade the N inth District on e of the : in g pans, c ups, sacks, and buckets. m os t effi cien t in t he United States." : It is su rprisin g to know wh at excel- i Bec k was born and r a ised in Nebralen t f ire-builder s and cooks we sk a, one of the States in t he Nint h !f ound in ca mp . But even thou gh dist rict. He served as 1s t Li eu ten an t 1lhe re we re many or· few we h ad a in t he Infant ry during t h e Wor ld r·ouFin g- good br~akfast of bacon , eg gs , '!"ar. D_p on his disch~rge h e sta1:t e_d buns, cocoa, mar shmallows, dou gh - Ill worlu ng for the d rs abled soldter s n u ts and bananas. It is no t necess ary and became Training Ass.istan t in th e to sn y t h at our ap petites wer e in good Federal Boar d for Voc ation al Educal working condi tion p r o b ably clue to tion .. In 1920 he ~as sent east ~o nst he b r isk walk " so earl y in t he mo r n- sist 111 th e In~pe~twns ~nd Audtts o~ 1ing" and the beau t iful P er u scenery all easter n Dist.n ct Offi-ces. In 1922 abou t. us. he was again assigned to sp ecial wo rk Soon after br ea kfas t we hik ed b ack b y the Centra l Off ice d oing i nspecto civilizat io n so t h at we mig ht have t ion wo rk in. t h.e v ai:ious Bureau ofLime t.o b rus h awa y th e p icnic dust fices f r om C1ncmn at1 to Seattle. As befor e we enter ed our 7:50 c lasses. a resu lt h e was offered a permanent This p erh ap s expl ain s oth· sleepi ness assignment in the Centr al Off ice in last Tuesday. W ashi n g ton at an incr ease of salary We owe m uc h t o Miss R obinso n, 1 but he ch ose t o r emain i n t he field . our loyal and f aithfu l advisor, for work so as to come in co n tact. wit h our s uccessf ul year, a nd we were t he disabled m en. He h as b een promg lad to take this opportun it.y to s how inent in American L egion acti vit ies ' h er our ap p r eciatio n. since t he or g anization and is now a 1 So as l he da ys p ass away we will m ember of t he St. Louis Post. No. 4. c

Yo u use eigh ~;~en m u scles whe n you fr o w n; foJr m ake a sm lle " Usteopth y he l ps y o u t o r est y o u r f a ce" Dr. E . R. i:{e y n ol ds, Au b u rn, Nebr., i p Per u t w ice ea~h week. Ph o ne o r wri t e f o r app o mtrne n t.

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( Con t inued p ag·e.) · 0 wh ere in the wo l"ld will you fi nd a P eruvia ns by h is r unning ag ains t ~r irl. W oo'd of T ark io, p laced t hird in t he 1 A ~ i rl t h at is h a lf so sweet. mile. Buis ing placed wit h W eime r Wi t h a ""<Tlisten in!r curl. f or second in the po le vault, f our . inI . R ed lips and a whirl, · ch es below Ling le, of Chadron, the t· . , Th e g-ir l you h ave lon ged to m eet ? wmner. J W h en one rememb ers that the jav0 wh er e in the world wi ll you fin d a eli n, s hot, and p ole va ult reco rds boy. :wer·e b ro ken, Peru's s econds in t hose 1 A bo ~' t h at is ha lf as t rue. events a re n ot so bad. Wi be rg, of : With b r oad. ope n m ind , j Wesleya n, got a new shot-p u t r ecord Clean and fr·esh as spring-'s wi nd. of 41 f t. 9 in. tak in g the r ecor d away Th e b oy you w ill d eem t r u e blue? from P arks, of York. Lin g le beat

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I F you hold a C it y G r a d e Certificate (a ) r en e w i t b:v e arni n g 12 h o u rs colle lle work ( b) If _:vou hav~ ~augh t 2 4 months. s ec u re a City Profe ·ional ( L if e ) Cert ificate b y atte nding col leg e on e vear.

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PER U, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, J U NE 18, 1924.

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Summer School Draws From Wide Territory

'The Summer Faculty Directory

The Peru s ummet· session is pl·oving one of t h e livest in t he history of the old inslltnl\on. The enrollment is ver y good. the enthusi~m is way ~ above par. The new auditoriwn is [ filled at evet·y chapel an d rin gs with 1 the yells for "Old P eru·•. The s_e ssion has drawn fr om as wide a terntory as eve1· befot·e. Almost three score students have enrolled from out of the stat e . And t he southwestern counties of Nebraska a 1·e , g_etter represent.ed than at any time stnce the establishment if K eamey . Iowa l.eads tl1e ont-of- s tate enro ll - 1 ments,despite t ~1e f~c t t hat a stat e 1 summer school \S bemg 1·u n a t S hen- J nndoa.IJ.. Blanchard has four students; Sh€.!11andoah, Riverton, Sidney an d Irwin have two each~ Fanag ut: f Thurman, Hepbue"n. and A\b ia h a ve ! one eatft. I Five Kamas &ow ns tow n s are- re- l pres e nted at Peru: Whi te Cloud, . Bellville, Coffeyv ille. Breman. Cimm.aron. 1\lli.,_ouri is l"epresented · by three towns. ::vl:ound Ci.ty h as I three studeHls~ Bigelow .:tnd Kansas I City each have one . Illbno i:> nus. an ~ enrollment from Chicago. 1 The Rocky l\1Iounta7n ~ountry has its students at Percr.. Ju lesbu r g and LaSalle. Co lorado, and Pocatello and Aberdeen, Idaho. aJ.:e n um b e:~:ed among t.he. home addresses <af Peru- ~

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Certain counties ha\re s hown arr i'n- 1 crease over last" s u mn1e r. Ric h a rdso n ' County. always a b a nrret· county, is ' ~ending even more Leache;rs to P eru · his ~.ummer. Otoe, an oilier banner I "'lln ty. h :t:'! o n in c-~·eas~· O"Y'i:r 'asL s un) - '· lO t!!". J:\emana. "t-he home county, has a g reat increase not coanting resident Peru students. And the Pe ru res i- \ dents nu m ber mot·e t h a n ever before. , Jo hnsan County, a l ways among· the 1 lenders. is increasing its to tal o ver ! past summers. An d L anc aster Coun - t ty has enroll~ a s orp1·is ing numbe r : of her teache~ Another ban n e r • county, Sarpy. fs still g-ain ing over previous enro ll ments. Three of t he • "bi g" counties are a bout ho lding·! their own: .J e ffer son, Gage, and Paw- ; •~ nee. Among t h e c ounties reporting a n 1 mcre:!~e 'I!"P. n ota b l y : Y orf<. V a lley 1 Fillmore. FronL ie r, :-Jarl:m, Dtwdy, I and Ho lt. Not a few teache1·s are di•covering t h a t P eru is a s ~oo l . a 1 place as holds a summe1· sesstO n tn I ~ebraska. These people are coming,. down among the hil ls :1lrm~· the 'Wi .>UOI\ll:>ll.tl. .l~UtltmS U .!OJ .l~A nJ !-l n os ! and summer sc hooling.

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P resident Wa lter R. P ate is a Hoosier by b irth . He came to Nebt·as ka in 1878. He received a ll his education in Nebrask a bein n· a g raduate of Or leans hig h school a nd th e defun ct Orleans Colleg:. He attended th e old Lin co ln Norma l Uni versity. I n 1917 he received h is degree f rom the U n iversitv of Nebraska Since the nineties Presid~nt Pate h as b.een active in. th e pu blic schools of Neb rask a. D anbury, Trento n, Grafto n , Si dney, an d Alliance know h im we ll. He h ad . charge of t h a All iance schoo ls for thirteen years. Pres ident Pate has a wide acquaintance amo ng the school-masters of the West. Fo r besides his public schoo l wo r k he h as taugh t i!"l Cha dron Teach ers College and t he All iance Junio r Normal. He was president of the Nor t h Platte Valley Teac her s' Association; and was later g iven t he honor of the p r esid e ncy of t he Neb r aska State Teachers' Association. He is a member of P hi Delta Kappa. A bove al l, he is pres iden t of P e ru State Teache r s College.

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THE PEONY. Peony is a chalic e bright F'rom heaven's palace of delig-h t, Filled with ruby c Ut·rant w in e Pressed from f ull Olympian vine. Amaranth or c h erry - red , The nectar tu rn s a mo rta l's h ead! A cup of wine From J ove's ow n vine Is peony. Peony is anemone Magnified. Its purity As chaste as sno w wou ld well a d o rn 'fhe path to p illared sh ri n e w h er e morn Unfolds the petals soon to swoo n Upon the breast of b l ue lagoo n Anemone, Pale devotee, ls peony.

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At the begi nning of t h e Nineteenth Centu1·y the territory abou t t he ptesent site of Omah a was inhab ited by fou r gTeat Indi a n tribes, the Pawnee. t he Pon<"a, the Otoe, and the Omaha. It is s aid that t he Omah a tribe received its n ame in t he fo llowing manner: Two I nd ia n tribes met on the banks of the Missoul"i and eng aged in a battle. All on one side were k illed e xcept one wan ior, w ho was t hrown into the r i..,er. As h is enem ies watc hed him drowning, he suddenly a rose to t he s u rface and, th rowin g one S\rm above hi s head, s hou ted , "O-ma-h a!" After this he s wam to t he opposite shor e. The victot·ious t ri be took t his to mean t h at in th e face of t h e g r avest difficu lties one shou ld n ot g ive up, a nd t hey adopted t his wo rd as the nam e GROUP ADV ISORS F OR of the tribe. W he n the Oma h a an d T H E suMME R 1924. Ponca went up the Missouri, t he name was interpreted as meaning the - Mr. Bec k " up river J) eop le." Oloe T hen afte r the Lou is ian a Purch ase Mr Ho lch J o h nso n County t he t r a ppers and fur- traders came t~ Mr Clements Cass County reap their harvevst . Many t radi ng - Miss R ineh art Jefferson County posts were est a b lis hed . Among them Gage County Miss Tear was the oldest settlement, th e tradin g Fil lmore Coun ty - - Miss Connell post of Ro ye, where t he city of Omah a now stands . Lancaster , Seward and In 1854 a t reaty was concluded at Saline - Mr. J indra an dMiss I-Iohl W as hingto n, D .C . . By this tr eaty Sarpy - Miss L a ugh lin the t ri be ceded t o the U nited States all lands west of th e Missouri. T hus Doug las and th e T hir d District Miss E bersole and Miss R oyse the country was opened to settlePawn ee Mr. H ill men t, a nd soon many men came wit h t hei r fami lies to s ettle here. These F if th Distri ct a n d F rontier men e ntered into d ivers ified busiM1·. Carter, Miss D amme, n esses a nd p rofessions. In 1854 the Miss McNic hols city was establish ed and, a t t h e sugSaunders, York, Po lk, Hamgestion of J esse Lowe, a promine.n t ilton Co lfax a n d Butle r bus iness man, was named Omah a afMiss Faulh aber ter t he Indian tri be w h ich first lived T hayer - Mr. Huck here. Rich ardson ' • Mr. Weber, Mr. Graf Om ah a was t he fi rst perm anent setNemah a Mr. Cla ybur n, tlement m ade by w hite men withi n Miss Bla nkenship D ouglas County. P er u Mr. Yerkes, Miss Morg an A.M. S. Oth.er States Mr. Hoyt

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Editor Business Manager Personals - Campus Sports - Calendar Clubs

WALDO 0. WILLHOFT HARLAND TAYLOR MURIEL SCHEUER RUBY LAWRENCE SPENCER LEGER CRYSTAL MEYER ERLAND NELSON

SPECIAL REPORTERS:- Emelia Novotny, I. V. Toble1·, Erland Nelson, Lucy ·Armstrong, Alice Sorensen. I am glad indeed to welcome the summer school students to P eru. Many of yo u have b ee n here before and are now renewing the pleasures of past years. Others h ave en tered Peru for the firs t time and see, for the first time, th e evidence of the "Peru" spirit. We welcome all of you. W e trust that the students who hav e been here before may receive anew th e inspiration that came to you in the past, and we trust that the new students m ay experience within themselves the growth of that soirit that will make them love this instit ution and return to it for furthe~· g rowth and inspiration. All that P eru has,- her traditions, her equipment, her faculty, the beauties of her campus,- is at your service for the purpose of r aising the standard of the teaching profession of Nebraska. That you may make splendid use of all that Peru h as to offe1· is the wish of Very truly yours, W. R. PATE. ADRIAN NEWENS GIVES

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CELEBRATED READING

On Wednesday, June 11, the Y. M. C. A. h eld its f irst meeting of the summer session. Mr. Clayburn, who will act as adviso r in t he absence of Mr. Crag o, presided at the meeting. The Summer session officers will be Samuel Rawleig h, President; Ph ilip Hoyt, Vice-President; Alton Hair, Secretary- Treasurer; Mr. W . N. Delzell, Executive Dean, g ave an in teresting talk emp hasizing the opportunity that confronts the summer school wo1·kers and urg ing the members to take up the coming months' work w it h the same zeal and eneq~y as in s ummers.

Continued from first p age. ) energ etic language one of the most vivid stories of character that our li terature provides. Philip Morton and David Aldrich, college classmates, ente r upon Life's turmoil with antitheti cal natures. Philip Morton falls prey to the enticements of a lowbrow woman who later bl ackmails him by threatening to exp ose certain love-letters in he1· posession. To secure posession of t h e letters Philip Mo rton steals the d emanded sum from hi s emp loyers. Dejected with t he whole situ ation h e co mmits suic ide . David Aldrich, heal'ing of t he f atal c ircumstance, and deter min ed to prevent a slain on Philip's ch aracter, commits hi mself of the theft f or which h e is sent to priso n. His life after se r ving his sentence, tryin g to sec ure work hon estly, evading the compan ionsh ip of qu estionab le pe1·sons, and f.na lly r ising to hi s fot·mer standing by wl'iting the story of hi s life, is one filled with incidents t h at r eveal th e sterling character of David Aldrich. To the atte ntiv o aud ience Mr. New• ens de live1·ed t he reading in his masterful style. He seems to h ave lost n on e of he force and power of presentation that he h as shown on the Chautauqua platform in previous yea1·s. The dramatiza tion of the Jewish mercha nt, spu rning the serv ices of David Aldri ch, the " lady across t he hall" that tt·ied to mislead the hero, and Jim Rogers, the ex-convict who was t1·ying to lea d a str aig ht life as a real estate d e'l le 1·, was so impressive a nd true to liie that t he hearers sat silent in wonder. The r endition of the reading broug ht forth enthusiastic app lause. The bud get committee is to be complimented in brin g in g Mr. Newens to Pet·u for Su:nmer School session.

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CAMPUS NOTES M1·. V. H. Jind ra, the ooou lar music clirect,..r. ola yed his v i ~ lin before an enthusiastic audience Monday morning. He rec eived continued applause. P1·of. A. E. Holch accompanied him on t he p iano.

THE MARDIS STORE I s a GOOD PLACE to purchase your Lunch Meats, Pickles, Cookies, Fruits and everyth ing to eat. CALL AT THE STORE OR PHONE 25

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Prof . S anford L. Clements' 12, who is teac hing measu remen ts, is vice president of t he Peru Alumn i Association. Prof Clements has his A. B. from Nebraska and hi s A. M. f rom Columbia. Miss Margaret Morgan, of P ortland, Orego n, has charge of speech ed ucation this s ummer. She is a r ecent g raduate of Columbia School of expression, CChicago. She ente1·tained the stud ents at chapel Wednesday.

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W. 0. Willhoft and Harland T ay lor went to Nebraska City via Yock Michel. The City merchants treated t hem kindly.

Fall Term Opens sept. 5

Th e High School Players stepped out with Smith for a second time on June 6. The hou se appreciated t he work of the g raduatin g class.

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The staff of the Ped agogian is anxious that t he s tudents rememb er the advert iser s. If we w ant a pape r, we must learn to buy fr om those who patronize us.

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The sto rm of Thlll·sday morning b1·oke limbs off many of the campus tr ees. But t he supe1·in tend ent of (Continued !~rom firs t page) g rounds soon p ut the yard in s h ape. ence Grandy, supj)Ortecl by an exce l- Some one is to b e commended for len t cast, g ives a pro ductio n worthy the drinkin g fountain on the campus. of professionals. CALENDAR.

On June 26-27 n vitalized agl'iculture pro g ram · will in te rest the teache r. Prof. Bert Coopet·, of Maryville Normal, is recog nized as the leader in the wol'i< in the Midd le West. He wli be aid ed by Supt. Eva Shuman, of Jefferson County, who has made her county famous for its work in vitalized ag riculture. Miss Shuman yill bring with her one of the best country sc hool teach ers in the state, Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Clark and h er rural sc hool will demo ns trate what can b e d on e with vitalized agl'icultUJ·e in the rural schools.

C. Ivan Wins low, '14, assistant prof·essor of histot·y in Goucher College Baltimo re, Md., is proud of his new d aug h le r. Wins lo w is a Be aver City boy. He rece ived his A. M. at H arvard. Two s upe rintendents will take theiJ· degrees at Peru this s ummer: D. H. Weber and Spencer L eger. Supt. D. H. W eber h as char ge if the Shubert sc hools. Supt. Spencer Leger has charge of th e Elmwood sc hoo ls. Mi ss Lucile McNichols, who hasl been fi rst and second g r ade criti c

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?tt? Oaks ' 2 0 £Salem, will be · pnnc1pal of one of the ward schools in Kearney next yem·. Zenas Teach 1 training in Auburn h ig h school.

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Loy J. Hacker, '21, who has been teac hin g mathematics in Hamburg, I a., High School, will teach in Salida, Colo., H ig h School nex t year. Mr. P e ru.

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County c lubs have sh own a gr eat d ea l of enthusiam at the ch apels. Several of the cl ubs h ave already had picni cs. P ei'U is full of "pep" t his summer.

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James Conway '24, late president of the "P" Club, has just signed a contract to take charge of t he schoo ls at Stockville. Mr. Conway will have a football team next f all. We predict t h at it will be one worth watching. P au l Yost '24 of Thu1·man, I a., wi ll be princ ipal in the Conway system.

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on the athletic field eve1·y afternoon. The coach is also helpin g Mr. Clements with the baseball sq uad. Baseball has rev ived in P eru. Clements, a star p itcher in 1911-12, has taken charge of the squad. He has a g reat deal of material out fo r posit ions; and the P edagogues should h ave a fairly good nine. Spencer Leger , former Peru catcher and r eceiver of Mitch ell during Funston days, is back of the box. He will help t he young catchers. Mr. Beck, an All-State infielder in 1912, is helping wilh the in fie ld. U The Commercial Club and the Faculty have staged a t ennis match with more than ordinary enthusi asm. Stacey Vance upset the dope by winning f1·om Professor Crago 1-6, 6-1, 6-4. And Dr. Shreve added anothe1· to the Commerce column by winning f rom Professor Claybur n 6-3, 6-3. Professor Beck placed a win in the O p1 ofessional co lumn by taking strai g ht sets from W ayne Good 6-0, 6-0. And the n the faculty doubles 1 t.cam of Beck and Clayburn won from Good and Mackprang 6-2, 6-4. Mr. Crago had to leave f or Chicago before t he Crago-Ji ndra team could ~ r~eet the Vance-Shreve team.

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VOLUME XIX. PER U, NEB R ASKA, W ED NESD AY, J UNE 25, 1924.

NUMBER 32.

R. E. Albright Is History Head

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R. E. Albright has been elected to take charge of the history and economics depa1·tment for the coming term. The new head of the depart- ! ment is spending the summer at j Boulder, Colorado. where he is com- 1 plcting his work in history for h is masters degree. He has a n A . B. from the Neb1·aska Wes leyan. Professor A lbright is lak ino· h is · majot· grad uate work in histor; h av - 1 ing changed from commerce, which 1 was his undergraduate fi e ld. After ! gradu ating from L inco ln Business I College, he took c h arge of the com- I n~erce depat·tment in . t he Beatrice h1gh school. Under h1s di1·ect ion t h e commerce department g rew to t h e largest in school with a staff of fo u r teachers. Recently he has h a d char·ge of t he comme r ce depar tmen t of Centenni al hig h school, Pueblo . I n both high schools he has had charge of t he debating teams. He guide d put! ~dp{SUO!dUil!l[O <ll1qS U 01 <lO !.l W<lS: he lost but one d ebate w hil e at Pueblo. I For two summers Professor AI- 1 bright h as taught at P eru with sue- : cess. He once had charge of the ' commerce department at Mid land College, Fremont and later was field man for t h e same co llege. So he is not unknown to Nebraskans.

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F ri day evening at 8 o'clock p. m., 20, 1924, .the P eru Dramatic ! Club again presented their play of j t he year. "Grumpy," a comedy in · four acts, under the direction of Miss 1 Mary J ane Plaehn, was given in the new Colleg~ a udi t.o ri.um. A large and enthus~ast1c audience appreciat1 e d t his clevel'iy acted produc tion. The . cast of characters was as fol·l ows:

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From its lofty top one can get a superb v iew of P e ru n estled Heron w ho is stopping for the ni ght. in the hills. I t is altogether a lovely spot. H e is i ntr usted w ith the transporting of t he gem fr·om from Africa to LonMENDENHALL COMING T O P E R U . 1 don. T hat night he is suddenly and violently relieved of his burden. The Mr. E. L . Mendenhall of Fond Du . robbery seems to be clueless but Lac, Wisconsin, will address summer : shrewd old "Gr·umpy" solves the mys1 students here July 1st and 2nd. j j te ry by a hair from the head of SuMr. Mendenhall, pr·incipal of t h e I san, the maid . The guilty person is 1found to be the i nteresting an d well Fond Du Lac County Rural Normal C. E. CLARK ELECTED _ _ _ ._......,...,.,..,c=a:mcr=a:::»-=< P. S. T. C. BALL TEAM School. w i ll be remembered by some BASEBALL CAPTAIN WINS FROM BROCK respected Mr. Jarvis. Virginia, who as a headliner at the State Teachers' ~ FOOTBALL SCH EDULE. has captivated the h ea rt of ernest, Convention at Lincoln last spring. T he Summe r Sc h~o l Bo bcats elect.Coac h Clemen ts P e ru St ate 1 e ach- now en trusts he r happiness into his His address w ill be particu larly to eel C. E . Cl a r·k _captam of t h e_ baseb all ers Co lle~e base ~ all te~m ad ded , keepi ng, much to "Grumpy's" delight. rural t h concerning their team at a specral a f ter-prastrce meet- ~ Nov. 27-Ch adron at Chadrop. another VIctor y to rts c r edit Satur day j "Grumpy" was easily the most outwork. eac ers. ing Mo nday evening. Clark is an ou tOct. 3-Tarkio at Tarkio. afternoon when the boys defeated t he standing cha~·acter of the entire cast. fielder, covering the i mportant center Oct. 10-0 maha at Oma ha. I Brock town team. T he game. :vas 1This role war portrayed by Clarence garden. An d he is h itting in cle anOct. 17- Kearney at P e r u . c lose and. hard f ought to the ~1 msh. I Grandy w ith the skill and ease of a COUNT Y CLUB DIRECT O RY. The college boys p la yed loosel y 111 t he finis hed ar tist. He was ably supportu p posi t ion . He h as had charge of A Oct. 24-D oane a t P eru. Otoe: the ath letics at Salem t h e p ast year; 11 Oc t. 31-Cotnet· at P e ru. early p art of t h e game and gave the eel by a group of well chosen and President, Talbot G. H unt. he has cha r·ge of the Waco school A Nov. 7-Wayne at Wayne. Br ock lads a fi ve point lead. In t h e coached players. Each character was Vice President, Margaret P itzer. next year. , Nov. 14York at P e ru. sixth . inni ng the pe~agogues star ted played with the technical finesse of a Secretary-treasurer, Mary B orne. S. B. Copen h aver is t he stu dent : ~ t he f rre works a n d m the next th ree 1·eal understanding of d1·amatic art. Johnson: man ager of t he agg t·egation. " Copey" / - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 ~n n ~ngs put t he game on . ice. Te The cast was assisted by Fuller Preside n t, David Clark. is a man of athletic experien ce. H e Coach Graf's Bobcats lost but one 1 mm ngs p ut the game on ICe .. Th e Woodie, who acted as stage manager, Sec.-treasurer, Mar garet Nelson. w ill have c ha r ge of a th letics at Ne- i game in 1923 and were dangerous at by H unt. He struc_k o~t thll'te~n Crystal Meyer as property mistress, Yell leader. Daisy Graf. braska City nex t ter m. T eams wish- I every turn. The 1924 sched ule p rom- men, a llowed bu t SIX h itS a~d 111 . and Marjory Arnold as costumer. Cass: i ng to sched ule games w it h Pe~·u ~ill ises some real football, and t h e coach addition made two safe smgle~. , The College Orchestr·a, under the President, Gladys Ward. d o well to get into comm u m catwn prom ises the f ans a real team. True Cl ark a lso p r oved t hat he had his d irection of Mr. Ji nd ra played beSec.-treasure 1·, Blanche Sesso n . with Copen h aver . P eru lost some veteran material t his I batting eye .with h i~ a nd registered tween curtains. Sarpy: . i Coac h Cleme n ts fe lt bette r after spring by g r ad u at ion. But with suc h three blows 111 f our ti mes at bat. President, Bernice Breckenndge. I (Continued on second p age. ) I (Continued on last page.) (Continued on last page.) SU PERINT END ENTS AN D Sec.-treasurer, Lillian Kah n . P RINCIPALS AT PER U Reporter , Selma Stabi n . Fillmore: Altho men a1·e a minus quantity President, Maul'ice Bo r en. when compared with the enrollment Secretary, Margaret Boren. of ou r fa ir women, it is interesting to Treasurer, Lo is H iggi ns. 1 note t hat a la1·ge percent of those Jefferson : men a r·e superintendents and prinPresident, Ruby Thompson. . ciples of schools. The available list Parkinson McDamels. . S ec., B ern1ce i ncludes t h e following men: Yell leader, Ralph McDan ie ls. CALENDAR. Mill ard Bell, Supt., Bradshaw. Gage: W illi am Carter, Supt., Farnam. President, He len B lood good. Wed nesday, J une 25, Orchestra, 3:30 Dorwin Carter, Supt., Orifino. Secretary, Hester Nic h o ls. Y. M. C. A., 7: 15 Cli fford Clark, Supt., Waco. Reporter, Rhea Carsten .. Y. W. C. A., 7: 15 Ross McDaniel!, Supt., Nora. Yell leader, Frankie W~Itmore. c. c. A., 7:15 F. W. Hallett, Supt., Chamberlain, Lancaster, Seward an d Sah ne: T hursd ay, J u n e 26, Gir ls' Glee Club, 7: 00 to 8: 00 S.D. Pl'esident, C. E. Clark. . Fri d ay, Ju ne 27, Orc h estr a, 3:30 Spencer Leger, Supt., Elmwood: Ses.-treasurer, Maggie McAl~m . Monday, J u ne 30, Orchestra, 3:30 Er land Nelson, Supt., J uniata. the Third Distnct: Y. W. Cabi net Meeting, 6:30 Doug Ias and . J . W . P oynter, Douglas. President, Golda Btshop. Tuesd ay, J u ly 1, E. L. Menden h all, Lecture to Cl asses Samuel Rawley, Supt., D ewitt. Sec.-treasurer, Alice Sorensen. Girls' Glee Clu b, 7:00 to 8:00 L. B. Tedford, Supt., A berdeen, Reparter, Elsie C h izek. . 1 Wed nesd a y, July 2, Mr. Mende n hall talks at Convocation Idnh o. Yell leader, Muriel Scheu~r. and I Orc hestra, 3:30 Dan ie l Weber, Supt., Shubert. Saunders, York, P olk, Hamil.ton I Y. W . C. A., 7: 15 Arthur Majors, principal, Endicott. Y. M. C. A., 7: 15 F uller W oodie, principal, Waco. Butler: C. C. A , 7:15 P res1'd ent , u1•.u..s · Carlson. Zenas Teich , principal ward school, _ lma Hedblom. Thu r sd ay, July 3, Glee Club, 7:0 0 to 8:00 Sec. and reporter, Se Alfred MorAub urn. Sc hoo l c loses a t 8 :00 Treas. and yell leader, K earney. Otto Oakes, principal w ard school, ford. P aul Yost, principal, Stockville. Nemaha: p 'dent Ilda Schriefer. R obert Sandberg, direc tor physical res1 • Clevenger. Sec-treasurer, Barton e ducation, F airbu ry. Yell leader, Clarence Grandy. G. Talbot Hunt, principal, W eeping (Con ti nued on sec,1n d pnge.) Peru: Gilkeson. Glen President, a o·('.) (Continued on last p .,.

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SPECIAL REPORTERS:- Emelia Novotny, I. V. Tob ler, Erland Nelson, Lucy Armstrong, Alice Sorensen. PERU'S G R EAT WORK. J. Sterling Morton came from Mic hi gan, where h e h a d been attending college, to N e braska. T h ere h e saw he vast forests being wasted by fire and the great lumber compan ies. Her e in Neb r aska, th e new prairie state, he saw the vast treeless p la ins. I n that great m ind was born an idea to p lant trees himse lf, and to get others to p lant trees. As the res ult of this there was born a still g reater idea that he would plant into the minds of not only Nebraskans, but of t he whole nation, t he "Plant Trees" idea. Every state in the Union has adopted hi s big idea, which has been demonstrated by each state- the settin g apart of a d ay known as Arbor Day. Horace Mann, in the quaint New England town, saw the g reat need of trained teachers. In his mind was born even a g r eater idea than "Plant Trees," which was to "T1·ain Teac h ers." Many a person has fa cts stored away in his mind which he can not systematica lly convey to others. Others who a re endowed w ith a fine education and c a n convey the facts to others are not ab le to train the minds of the students. Too many college pro fessors , as well as many of the u nt1·ained teachers in our pub lic school, teach the subject to the child instead of teaching the chi ld the subject. I n othe1· words, t he s ubject, in their minds, is the g reat thing- the sacred thing- and not the child a nd his development. No fact is sac red which is 10t connected with the development. of better manhood and womanhood. I n 1867 Peru b ecame a "Teacher Train ing " institution- t h e first in the west . And fi.om t h at time to t his it has been one of the foremost advocates n planting this idea of training t eachers for the schools of Nebr aska. We 10w have three other state institutions devoted exclus ively to this great vork. A colleg e in the Uuiversity has been established and other co lleges are doing som e wo1·k in this most important teacher training work. W e owe a debt of g1·atitude to T. J. Majors and William Dai ly, r epresentatives from Nemaha County, and those other s plendid men of the firs t leg is latu re who gave Ne b1·aska its first teacher train ing school. Some day t he state will do homage to these men as it has to t he man who gave us Arbor Day. W. N. DELZELL. MISS HENIGAN 'dom during thi s period will be an SPEAKS TO TEACHERS incenti ve for better work. By this she meant comparin g work, discussing difficu lties, lending help to a Peru students were permitted to neighbor, and choosing new prob is ten to one of Nebraska's bes t pri- lems. T o ac hi eve the desired resu lts the child must use his hands, think, mary ins tt·u ctor s, June 17 and 18. Miss He nigan , kinderg arten teacher d e liberate, and st a nd by conclusions. of t he Lin coln city sc h ools, who is an "We g et from you n g es t c hildren just outstandin g institute instructor in the wh at we hold them responsib le for _" state, v isited Peru this week. She de- "Correct h abits must be formed from livered a series of lect ures to the the beg innin g." Whe n taking up a n ew project ask methods c lasses and to t he student body as a whole. She discussed the yourself these questions: "Is this gofollowin g topics: "Silent Reading ," ing t o cause a ny individual effort on Seat Work," "Ora l Eng lis h," and the part of the child?" "Will it reach the cild's standards of resu lts in is Knowing the Child." Her su ccess is without doubt due present stage of life?" "One must be to her winning personality and ideal- a bl e to put thoug ht a nd feelin g so is tic character. To t h e students of that it will reach thou g ht and feeling P eru sh e broug ht a messa ge full of of a nother." in spiration, thought a nd knowledg e. Miss Henigan is especially inter est ed Y. M. C. A. in primary work, but h er discussions The Y. M. has begun its l'egu lar were so broad that they mig ht b e adapted for use in any grade. Super- meetin gs; it promises to be a "peppy" inte ndents and teachers should keep orgaiization. The e lection of officers in mind s'o me of the facts stressed by was held at the firs t mee ting , the folMiss Henigan and in so doin g pay more thoughtfu l r e verence to the lowing b e ing e lecte d to offce : children under their supe 1·vision. " In Preside nt, Sam Rowley. set ting the standards of rig ht and Vice president, Philip Ho yt. wron g , the pupil's initi ati ve and Secreta r y-treasurer, Alton Hair. A prog r am for the summe r has spontaneit y must be encouraged." It is a lso t he tea~her'sduty "to inve~ti- I been ana nged. It includes t alks by gate hame env1ronment, to study m- t he fac u lty members Bible stud dividual characteristics and to be- and general Specia l come one of the pupils." They are to s ic for e ach meeting h as been provibe instructed, to be controlled, to b e , ed for. comforted, and to ~e enter.tained; this Las t Wedne~day ni g ht, Glen Gilkecannot b e accomplished w1thout fre e- so~ ' 24 gave a talk on the . I-li-Y. dom. gove r~ed by a fle xible program. "Gilk" h as had n g r eat d ea l of ex.! M1ss Hem g an presente d some ve ry burn !!'a ve a clnrin et so lo, the c elet~tere~tin g mnt~ri al on ora~ Eng lish he ~ s talking about. Professor Claynnd s1lent r ead1ng. Sh e pomted out pen ence with I-Ii-y a n d knows what the benefits d e1·ived from this work bra ted "Spring Song". It was well and the best m ethods of securin g the received. d esired desults. The types of work T he n ext meetin g w ill be h eld best fitted for beg inners wer e deli- W edn esd ay ni g h t, June 25. At this nite ly outlined for the prosp ective meeting Prof. Cleme nts w'll · 'b . I g ive "S k" teacher. eat wor or ' etween- some prac tical su ggestions on 01·k the-pedod a c tivity," was c leady dis- for boys. w ling uish ed from the so-called "busy The Y. M. exte nds an invitation to work." Seat work shou ld do more all college men to a ttend these meetthan use tim~ and an~use; it s hould in gs a nd lis ten t o the special topics; pt·esent a pro O)lem wh1ch makes a de- and to make the Y. M. the bi gest and maud upon 't h e c hild's senses. Free- best ever.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS, 1924-25. F i rst Semester Registration Monday and Tues day, September 8 and 9, 1'924 24 First Semester c lasses begin Wednesday, September 10, 19 2 Second Qu a rter begins Monday, November 10, 19 4 Thanksgiv ing Recess November 27:28, 1~24 Christmas Vacation December 20, 1924, to January 4, 1925, wcluslve 2 Second Semester begins Monday, Jaunary 26, 19 5 Fou1:th Quarter beg ins - - Monday, Marc h 30, 1925 Second Semester c loses Friday May 20, 1925

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distance runner, and Eastman, there is "Red" Layton, hurdle r. Layton was a stowaway. When he was discovered, he was put to work and made an alternate. The Tennis Club now boasts of fifty-eight members. The summer to urney will start ri g ht after the Fourth pf July.

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Coach Clements's Summer Bobcats opened the season with a victory when they shu t out the P eru town team W ednesd ay afternoon. Despite the roug h infield, the infie lders worke d well together, not a ball gettin g thru the infield. H owev e r , the Peru team pu lled the real fie ldin g sensaC. C. A. tions of the afternoon, when Graf snagged Thorpe's three-base swat On Wednesday evening, June 11, with one hand out in left and when Ro gge took Thorpe's Texas leaguer the C. 0. A. held its first m eetin g of over short. It was a h ard day on ethe summer session. The officers for t he summer term are: Mary Con Thorpe's batting averag e. T he teachers used two p itchers; way, president; L aw r e nce Murphy, both were effective. Hunt threw two v ice preside nt; Pascaline Anvi lle, innings, and Grunwald threw three secretary-treasurer; Marg aret Ne lson, innings. Lege r did the rece ivin g . The reporter. With our peppy president losers used t h r ee twi rlers, t he port- and advisers, Misses Laughlin a nd siders, Conkle a nd G1·af , and a right- McNichols, we are planning on many h ander, Bitzie. Cop e nhaver, Conkle, pleasant socia l affairs during the and N oerrlin g er did the catching. summer. The Te ac hers used H arrison , Beck Thorpe and Po ol in the infi e ld; and GET-ACQUAINTED DINNER Clark, Smith, Cunnin g h am, and Schindler in the outfield Rogg e a nd On Wednesday, June 18, the P ate Noerrli nger , who h a ve been workin g family were g uests a t a g et-a cqu a int out reg u larly with the Teachers, ed dinner g i ven in Mount V ern o n played with the T own team. Hall. Mrs. Dunning , house mother, T.he score of 9 to 0 indicates that exp lained that s h e wanted all dormit he P ed agogues can hit. Sing les, tory boarders to get acquainted with doubles, and trip les were not a few. som e of the well-known Pe1·uvians, Bitzie held the outfi t to one sco re- durin g the s umme r p e ri od . P reside nt less innin g. Pate gave a brief talk followin g the Score by innin gs: _ _ _ _ _*_ dinner, at t h e requ est of the stude nts. 9 1620 P. S. T. C. _ O-O-O-O-O- O W a lter Wi ese, yell -leader, led the PPrn g r ou p in givin g some app laudin g Batteries : Hunt, Grunwald and yells. beger-; Conkle, Graf, Bitzie and Copenhaver, Conkle and Noerrling ar . C. E. CLARK ELECTED I Umpire: F. D allam. BASEBALL CAPTAIN

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SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS AT PERU (Con t inu ed fro m first page) Water. Besides the men listed above t here are on the campus: R. R. McGee, s uperintendet of the Columbus city sch ools, a nd Assistant Principal Sanford L. Clements of the Linco ln high sc hool. And there are several women who h old princip~lships. Roy J. W . Ely. '15, familiarly known as "Dad" Ely, has just r ece ived a research fellowship i n bus iness administration at Univers ity of Nebraska. "Dad" was a Sterlin g g u ardi a n of the hot corner in hi s Peru d ays. Henry Amend e, '16, h a d one of the b us iness fell o w ships last year. T h e r e is a movement on f oot am:mg the students who are friendly with the s uperintendent of the t r ain ing sc hool to p resent him with some sort of fly protection. Now t hat t he fi ies are ab le t o get a toehold again , fr iends fear for t h e co mf ort of M1·. Gilkeson. The protection has been purchased, but it has not b ee n forma ll y prese nted. The infirm a r y is be in g stu cc oe d. T h e littl e buildin g is taking on quite a c i t ified appearance. P eru's nurse, 1\'Iiss Alma T olin , one of t h e most beloved persons on t h e campus, will h ave a neat little h ome a nd a nea\. li ttle place to car e for t he s ick. It is t he pl an of the authori t ies to ru n a cem e nt sidewalk and cement steps to the paved hig hw a y. Prospective students for the fall term, not ice the c h ange in opening d ate in another section of this paper .. R egistra tion was to have b egun Septembe r 5_ Presi d ent P ate an nounces that reg istrati on will be on September 8 and 9 a nd cl asses will begin Septe mber 10. So students may come to P e ru on S unday and Monday and reg iste r on tim e. Classes w ill b egin o n W e dnes d ay.

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(Contmued from fi rst page.) men as Captai n Gilkeson, Bitzie , Milam, Higgins, Weimer, Matthews, Edie, Bu ising, Delzell, and Faunce to build ar ound, the coach w ill have again one of the best teams in the Nebr aska Conference. The game with Omaha Uuiversi ty is tentative. And t h e date wit h Cotner is t e ntative. Cotner may p lay at Peru November 21. T h e team ends the season with a jaunt to Chadron. Kearney, Doane, Cotner, Wayne, and Chadron promise to have strong t eams in 1924; so the followers of P e r u will see some real contests. Coach Graf is going to help Coach Rockne r un his coachi ng schoo l in

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1924.

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Bert Cooper, dire ctor of extension at the Missouri State Teachers j College at Marysville, and national lecturer and demo nst rator, w ill be in P er u, July 10, for a ser ies of lectures !on "Vita lized A gricul ture." Aidin g Mr. Cooper is Eva Shuman's class unj de!' the direction of Mrs. Genevieve Clark, who w ill demon strate the valu e of Mr. Cooper's work. Bert Cooper w as f or merly superintendent of Nodaway County, Mis1 souri, and while acting in that capac' ity took up the idea of Dr. H olden, educational lecturer for the Internationa! Harvester Comp a ny. Dr. Holden start ed the idea of "Vit alized Agricu lt ure" in a little country school in Iowa. He, however, soon retired from a ctive service and the • n ew id ea in agriculture would pi'ob1 a bly h ave been retired too, h ad it not been for· Bert Cooper, w ho, s ee1in g its wonde rful p ossibi li ties, took it up a nd d e veloped it to suc h a n exte nt that there a re now over one j hundred schools in Nodaway County, i Mo. wh ic h cany on the wo rk , p lacl ing that county probably first in rank in the United States as r egards "Vitalized Agric ulture" and giving Bert 1 Cooper· the name of bein g pee r of all lectu rers and demonstra t or s of t h at s ubject in t he Un ited Stat es. Every student, whether scientifically inc li ned o1· n ot, should take a dvantage of t h e w onderfu l opportunity afforded and h ear t hese lectu r es. R e• member the date and try to attend .

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IN MUSIC D EPARTMENT experience in Stromsburg , Lexington F ROM BR OCK. His new method, Mr. Stoddard asGrand. Island. For. two . r ·esJ·clen t W. R. P ate has J·ust a n- and h d h .111 Gyears d sertecI ' IJa d rna d e th e pup!' Is h appte s e superv ise t e mustc ran in their school work t h a n they were Pl noun ced that Miss A lice Musselman I sland pub lic sc hools I h Coach Clements' Bobcats Sbearded under the old system. Their studies . will h ave charge of the departmen t Miss Musselm a n will repo t·t for du- t e 110n in his own den aturd ay h h now appear more definite, less formal 7 of p ubli c sc hool music, whic h has ty September 8 when the f a ll ter m w en t ey won a to 1 game from d ' B. k Th . and more a result of the stu e nt's been vacant s in ce t h e resignation of beg in s. She will h ave charg e of all roc at Brock. e victory w as . 1't h' t I f G run- own planntng. 1. Miss E sther B la nke n ship, w h o wr' II classes in public sc hool music·' and/ d.ueldt o th Tl. 1 . · 'd e mas b erhY P 1c md'g o 1 liS resu ts 111 g r eater persona mhave chat·g e of t he normal training she w ill take any voice pupils who wa a1 ed y t e sp en td support h . 1 . h' h f h . f' ld d th h d h' . f te rest of eac pup1 m IS or er own work at F a irbury. m a y w ish to en r o ll f o r private les- o t e m re , an e ar 1t tm g o . h 1 1 h h success m sc oo · M ::;s A li ce Mu,se lman is well train- sons. t e w o e team. , . 1 1 ed a nd has h a d much experience. She Grun wald had his hook -ball break- ! - - - -- ... - took h er b a c helor's deg ree i n voice P ICN ICS ing ni cely and held the Brock batters . one of the b.est C COUNTY CLUB t0 f 'l h' h h b r·anes m the state. Mt ss Glass 1s 1 t 0f fr om t he S u squehanna onservatory our·B111 s,k?n y wo w I C • wtehre authority for the statemen t t hat it is 1 1 of Musi c, Uuiversity of .Susqueh a nn a, 'fhe inc lemenc ies of our· Jun e c ean.th roc . . o f N e b rask a h s pone score . 1came d th m he second tot h e U mvers1ty Pennsylvania. This s ummer s he is we a ther hav'e not preve n ted county s~ven w . en ue sm g e roug : in number of volumes and second to in Northwestern Uuiversity, tookon second on the next out, none _m . t h e se 1ec t'ton of t h e vo1umes . . . . p1tcher, and scored Ire land's neat single . working p b l' c 1u b s f I .?m ha v i n g t heir picnics f o r her maste r's d e g ree m u rc F rontier county a nd the F rfth D1s. that 1t does possess. Students w ho · · · d ·. ·t · ht over second. 1r e lan d got to t hu·d on . " School Mus1 c. tn ct en)oye an open au pat Y r tg .. h' h 1 d Sh . I do not learn how to use a librar y ate M.iss Musse lman has a mezzo-sopra- after their or gani zation, a nd t he a~ e l l or w rc P a ce affet on making a mistake. voice of remarkab le sweet ness. U. s. Clu b, und e r the sp onsorship of f trst. When Shaff er took ~or second, 1 _:_ _ _ _ _ _ 110 She has d one so lo w ork in seyeral Mr·. Hoyt , have held thei r fi rst out in g. Leger p egged to Beck w~o returned · Mr. Y-erkes was checked up r ather states, and h as gi ven voice lessons The past week h as seen some mor·e to Leg·er ~n~l caught Ireland a t home. seve!'ly by R. D. Overholt of the for the p ast se ven yea r s. The pa~t clubs celebratin g t h eir summ er so- Huston htt 111 ~ront of the. plate and checking commit tee for leaving out ear s he h as been secretary of the ·ourn in Peru. Th e J ohnso n Cou nty Leger t hrew htm out at ftrst. That the flea from his animals t h at were ~tate Mu s ic T eac he rs' A ssoc iation. ~tudents gathered in f t·ont of th e 1 was the on ly dangerous innin g. ; gathere'd for the ark But .Mr . YerSeven yea rs of teaching and two gymnasium at 5:30 last Wednesd ay Peru started. in th~ t hird :When kes satisfied Mr. Overh olt by expl ainars of supervis io n are counted in evening and proceded to t he athletic Grunwa ld opened wtth a sm gle. ing to h im that the dogs brought in ~=r e xperience. She comes to P eru fi e ld, where t hey enjoy~d a s plervJid Smith, running for Gr~nwald, st~Je . t he fleas . om Grand Island Co llege where . picn ic su pper, served tn help-your- second. W he n ~ile throw wen t wild I fr h . in public ' self sty le w ith sand wic hes potato he star ted for thtrd and then rou nded Miss F loy Royse, piano instructor, she e courses ' ' • . . W l' ld I pl ayed for the 's tudents at convocah s tarted music. t Her other specia l work ,I salid, pop' a nd other good thmgs to 1• h ome. T h e th row w..as ag am ~c 00d1 t h 'no- in slate institutions eat. Ga mes were pl a ye d both before 1and h e counted. Captain Clark got tion Wednesday . T h e a udience retnc lu es eac 1a nd , •• j (Continue d on last page.) · · app 1ause. in Minnesota Indian a . In the 1 (Contmued on last• p11ge. ) spon d e d ,with anent h.Uiasttc

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Th at scien ce h as g iven to man a mar velo us master y of the mater ials and f orces of n ature is indis putable. Modern civili zation is utter ly dependent upon s uc h m aste ry. Scien ce fo rms both the warp a nd woof of the f abric of moder n life. It is still con tended however, t h at science is so materialistic I t h at it is in imic al to 1·e li gio n, et hics and cu lt ure. Non e of t hes e con tentions ==================================~======::-:=--=--==-:--~==-­ SPORTS. Cr ete in 1911. Do ane won the gam e Thursday ni g h t. In v itations to a recan sta nd t h e test of crit ical t houg ht. Ther e is fa r less mater ia lism in t h is in t he twenty-third jnnin g by a score c ept ipn f o r o ld mem be rs were h eartage of s cie nce t ha n in any othe r pe riod of h istory. T h e l ates t dict um of sc ience is t h at there is no other matte•· th an incarn ated e ne r g y. The lat e . Pe ru tums ou t a nnually a number of 1 to 0. "Nig " Steve ns pi tc he d fo r i ly a ccetped b y an e n t husiastic g r oup D 1·. Fis ke of Ha rv a rd us ed to affirm t ha t sci ence is the h and maid of re lig ion, of g ood a th letes who a r e qu a li fie d to P eru; Kretsinger pitc hed f o1· Doan e. 11 of E ver·ett woke r·s. hold d ow n good co achin g p osit ions. It w as a p itc h er s' batt le. Ste ven s did r ather t h an its foe. Th e b us iness meeing and program Il is ev ident to t h e t ho ug htfu l m ind , th at sci ence is the true friend of In t he past P eru has t urn ed out a n ot a llow a h it f o r twelve innings. wer e h el d in t h e Hig h Sc hoo l assemcu ltu re. I assume that culture means t he t1·aining and re fin emen t of t he nu mber· of ver y s uccessful coaches Kretsinger threw a m asterly game. bly room. The f o llo_wing p1·ogram t hr ee-fo ld natu r e of m a n. The asser tion th at scie nce is a f oe to p h ysical whose hi g h s choo l tea ms h ave .made It h as been s aid b y f ollowers of th e j was given: vocal so lo by Ir-ma Casey: cult ure is sc arcely te n ab le, in t he lig h t of t h e f act t h at sc ien ce has a dded good r eco r ds in all bran ch es of sport. game, that "Kr et" th rew his last good j r e adin g by Lu cy Armst rong; v io li n mor e than twen ty yea 1·s t o t he aver age ex pec t ation of life a lmost wit hin The fo llowing is a list of men in gam e t h at da y. In t he t wen ty-third i so lo by Ph ilip Hoyt. About the this gen er a tion . Wi th a scientific unde rstand ing of the structure an d f u nc- the p r esent s ummer sc hoo l who h ave innin g, wi t h two men down a nd a ! "next" ask a n Everett! Judges-lions of the body, man h as n ever bef ore been so caref u ll y s af egu ar ded ch ar ge of ath let ics in t he ir resp ect- ma n o n third, t he Doane b a tter r ats- - r ab bits- - fo r fe its-- shortcake-aga inst the ills to whi ch fles h is h eir. Th e Americ an A. E . F . w as a dmi tted ly ive schools over the state and else- knock ed an easy r o lle r to St even s. punch- -an d-- guess th e r est! th e h ealt hiest, cleanest an d most mo ral army t h e wo rld has ever seen. The where. I n addit ion to coach ing, a He t hrew th e ball to t h e fi r st b aseman et hi cs of th e Sermon on t h e Mount was never bef or e so p t·evalen t as it is number h old t he position of s uper - who dropped it. The r esu lting sco r e H UMMING BIRD intende nt or p rinc ipal in t h eir r e- end ed the r ecord gam e. tod ay. In t he rea lm of in te llectua l cult ure t he evid enc e is overwh elm ing . An s pect ivev sc hools. The P eru Bo bcats h ad a good year Spa r k f •·om A lladin's lamp innumer ab le host of sc ienti fic inve ntors, disco v er er s and think ers, captained Mill ard Bell, B•·odsh a w, N ebr. in 1923-24. The foo tb all te am lost bu t T hi ne evanescent gleam by such men as Cope m icus, Gali leo, Kepler , New to n, F a 1·a d ay, Maxy.rell, Forrest Bell, Dewi t t , Ne br. one game, a n eve n-Stev en co ntest to Conjures up th e v isio n Darwin, Mend el, Hum bo ld t, Lavo isier, Kelvin , Gibbs, Ma rcon i, Mic helson, Dorwin Ca r ter, Orafin o, Nebr. Midland 7 to 3. The b asket ball team Of a garden own ed in dream and Osborne, not to men tion a hund red scarce ly less emin ent scien tists have Cliffo r d Clar k, W aco Neb r. went t h ru the season undef eated for In d istant va les of C ashmere give n us a new h eaven an d a new ea rth in the k ing dom' of the m ind. It S. B. Copenh aver , N ebr"a sk a Cit y, the thir d cons ecu t ive yea r; a:-~ d Wher e velvet roses bloom wou ld be easy t o demons t rat e th at eac h of th e above has ush ered in a n ew Nebr '.-. . counted among its vic t ories t wo ove r In colors r ich a nd var ied epoch of sc ienti fic thin kin g. Sc ience has saved m a nki nd f rom in tellectua1• '~ mil E. Gr unw ald, Stu r g is, S. D. Wes leya n, 17 to 16, a nd 38 to 16. Th e As t he t h reads on P er·sian loom: "Talbu t Hu nt, W eeping W at er , Neb. dry- r ot. Who can m easure t he mental awaken ing caused· by a Newto n or trac k team p laced fifth in t he NebJ·asR ay L. Klaurens, Firth,· Nebr. a Darw in ? T he s ing le theory of evoluti on h as arou s ~d m or e thoug h t and ka Conf ere nce m eet , t h e first t ime Where co pper \amps suspended Spencer M. Leger , E lmwood, Nebr . quic kened mo t·e in te llectual achievemen t t h an all the p hilosop hies of t h e th e Bobcats ever en te re d the classic. Tinkle as t h ey sway Ross E. McDan iels, Al ma, N ebr. past, exceptin g on ly on e, t h e ethics of J esus of Nazareth. Scien ce h as laid Coac h Yerkes h ad a ver y good Bo b- And f o u ntain's ripp ling laughter Arthur Majo rs, Endicott, N ebr. d eep the fo undations of phys ical, moral and inte llectu al progress. Ther e is kitten f ootball team, winning f rom I s lost in s ilver sp r·ay; Juli an Poo l, Verdon , Nebr. no "oth e1· found ation t h a n t ha t whi ch is laid" by science for s uc h prog r ess. , s uch t eams as W ahoo, Plattsmouth, Wh er e s lend er, sta r-eyed maiden Rober·t L. S andbe1·g, F a irbury, Neb. Ig nor ance of t h e disco v er ies and conclusions of science puts on e out of touch Au b u r n, Hamburg , I a., a nd T ar kio, B eneath a n aged t r ee J . W . Poy nter, Do ug las, Nebr. wit h modern life. The s tudy of science is a preparat ion pa r excelle nce f or Er·land N. P. Ne lso n, J uni ata, Nebr. Mo. On gor geo us 1·ug is Jy in o· human culture. Abso rbed in poetr·y. "' EVER ETTS AND W. F . HOYT. T he K. C. g il"ls started t h e ball to P HILO'S ENTERTAIN Scin till ati ng jewel, r olling the oth e1· morning whe n th ey Ablaze in winged f lig h t made a c h alleng e to a ny ot her g t·oup The E ver ett an d P h ilomathea n Wi t h ric hest hu es of emer ald " of g irls f or a b ase ball game. The D. D. D.'s a nd second floor Dormi - Societies h ave h eld some. splendid And r uby's tropic lio-h t tor y g irls accep ted t he c ha ll enge. A progr a ms at t h eir m eeti n gs the past A h au g h ty In d ian r : j ah CALENDAR. O r Turk is h su ltan vain la1·ge nu m be1· of g irls are seen on week. the athl etic field pr acticing each afThe P hilomatheans h ave h ad t wo Tho s urfe ited wit h t r;asure J u ly 3, Thurs day, Glee Club, 7:00 p. m. ternoon; so ev idently the g irls are meeti n gs. They h av e been well To covet t h ee m ig h t d eign J u ly 4 to 6, Recess. in e arnest. attend ed. But a f ew of t he f orty-fi ve J uly 7, Monday, O•·chest1:a, 3:30 p. m. Th e Nig ht Hawk's b a myard golf membe1·s h ave been m issing out on As m id ca rd in a l fl owers Y. W. 0. A. Cabinet, 6:45. tou rn am ent the good programs. Miss Cathea1·tt's O r gau dy trumpet vin e c lub h as est ab lish ed J u ly 8, Tuesd ay, Glee Club, 7:0 0 p. m. g r ounds in f ron t of t he Overholt res- clever r eadi ngs, Mr. Bec k's di alect He sees t h ee fl ash. The cannas July 9, W ednesd ay , Mrs. J . H. W e ntz, president , ide nce. R. D. 0. will make t h e com- poet ry and sev er al goo d m u dcal And swaying columbin e. of Nebras ka branch of N ation ments. numbers h ave furni s hed t h e enter - Nastu rtiums, hon eysuck les. al P ar ent-Teache r's Association T he boys' swi mming c lasses are t ainment. Two mo r e m eetin gs w ill Sa lvia a nd p h lox, 11 :45 a. m. showing so me real s kill in t he aqu at- be h eld and it is ru mo1·ed t hat t h e A ll m a ke a perf ect settino· Orchestra, 3:30 p. m. ic a1·t. Unde r the leadership of Coach talen t will be equal to t he bes t f oun d A f a ir y jew el b ox, ''" Y. W. C. A., 7:45 p . m. Graf , div ing, u nd er -water s wi mming, in P eru. A p icni c is also added to Y. W C A., 7 :45 p.m . and va•:ious stu nts are being t aug h t the list of Ph ilo' activit ies f or t h e F 1·om w hich to s h ow t h y facets Y. M. C. A. , 7:15. t he s tuden ts. Seve1·al are expe r t su mmer in order tha t all may get Of g la n ci ng red and g r een c. c. A. , 7:15. e noug h to sw im the len g t h of the en- togeth er for a good old socia l time . Glowi ng·. d im ming glowinoJu ly 10, T hu rsd ay, Mr. Bert Cooper , Directo r of . tire p ool unde r water. "T ag" is a fa- The c lub urges all Philo's to "be up ~vV ith qu ick ephe~et·al she~~E xtens ion, T eache 1·s College, vorite g ame indulged in by t he ad- a nd doin g " and f ollow t he crowd . P1·oser p ine h as d t·opp ed thee Maryville, Missouri. v anced c lass, an d " fo llow t he leader," " Once an Ever ett , a lw ays an Eve r- Amon g t h e f low ers sweet July 11, Fl"iday, Demonstration of Mr. Cooper's anoth er. ctt" was t he spi l"it of th e p arty an d T hat b lossom in the footprints work by pupils from Miss Eva Glen Gilkeson, footb all cap tain f or 1·eception given by t he E veretts last Of he1· f lyin g goddess feet. B. S hum an's county, Mrs. Clark t he comin g f all, is wo rk ing out with -=======:--:=:--:~--==----=====-====;_:~~~;;~~:;.:::_ and Miss Shum an in c harge. ot he r prospects, getting a h ead start 1 ._.. ..._ _ _ ________...,._,___ ,_ _~a;·----·--------------• ~ f or h is team. " Gilk" p r omises us ali i ~ t hat he can g et out of his m en, and r~JE summe1· wo rk sh ows he m ean s busi- I 1 . ness. IS A GOOD PLACE TO PURCH ASE YOUR THE T HISTL E The ten nis tourn amen t !this s um- 1 LUNCH MEATS, PIC KELS, COOKIES, FRUITS mer will probably start i mmedi ately 1 P retty lass of Romany, Suitor bee and butterfly, j afte1· the Fourth of Ju ly ho lid ay. All a nd every th ing g ood to eat. Call a t t h e store or pho ne 25 S hunned b y good society, , W ill ing always to defy member s of t he club ar e eli g ible, but 1 Your aristoc r·atic p ose pa rt ic ipation is not com p ulsor y. It ! Con vent ion, on y ou w ait F• rom you r sI1apely head t o toes 1 • · is likely th at t h e tou rn am ent w ill inP•·oclaims a n an cien t lineag e, but Outside t he g ard en g ate. clude al fi ve kinds of m atc hes, men's .-m--,· -----------..-~alas, 1Your gypsy g r ace never f ails to ~ingles and doubles, mi xed dou bles, p lease You' re baned fr om a ll th e be nefits ladies' sing les and do ubles. of class! These ardent, bold, ado ri ng devotees. Coach G r af h as been i nsp ecting \ Viii you r account b e a n asset or a li ability? F or your u ncon scious ch arm And when a p ar asol of lace samples of fo otb all clothin g s ubm itT he Old Line Insu r a nce GUARANTEES an asset Causes garde n belles a larm. y ted by the spo r t in g goods comp a nies. ou r aise in f all with piqu ant g r ace fo r you. Your winsome pretU ness Your r iv als you am aze ' Mr. 'G1·af will h ave the gridster s in new un ifo rms when t he fa ll ter m And your f luffy purp le d ress A 1 RALPH W . HUNTER, an alumnus of P e ru, is here . t t 1e wonder f ul perfection of you r Attract att en tion, bu t they t hmk d ress opens. th is s um mer to te ll you how the Old Line of Lincoln 1 P 1·ofessor E. C. Beck says t h at h e you rude And lamen t your disr egat·d will help y ou. An d a re afr aid you purpose to inbish ness. of s nob- pl ayed in the longest baseb a ll game trude . on •·ecord in N ebrask a, a game be"THE OL D LI NE IS T H E BEST LINE" FOR YOU. A. S. tween Doane and Pet·u, p layed at

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Erland Nelson and Art hur Nelson drove lo Ruskin Friday to visit p arents.

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Miss Lydia Ottens of Dunb ar , speht Sunday a nd Monday with h er friends at Peru.

Manufactures Green e's Q-U-A-L-I-T-Y Ice Cream. Handled in Peru by a lmost every d eale r.

Miss H azel Ratekin sqent the weekend at h er home ant F alls City.

Miss Adnee Hamilton, ' 24, of Om aha, sp e nt the week with Alice Sorenson.

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Heard at Glee Club: Instructor, "Hold 'mi' for four measures, and then start on 'sweet'."

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l'he Junior Hi g h School entartain ed th e college students at convocetion Monday. Emeli e Peterson played a piano solo. The Junior H ig h Schoo l t he n sang their sc hoo l song and gave t heir yel l.

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Stewart Blades ' 24, of Irwin, Iowa will teach next year at Pickerell; so the r eport has it. Almost all the teach e rs of the Class of 1924 are now placed. The T eacher s Placement Bur eau h as been receiving nume rous calls. Stud e nts who wish to kn ow the calend ar may find it just below t he editorial. After this the editor will try to have it on the first page. Mr. ~ Hacke r , the printer, is to be compli- . m ented on the cale ndar in the last issue . E. W. Matejovsky paid P eru a v isit t o line his work up for h is deg ree next sprin g . Mr. Matejovsky will e nter P e ru in the fall. He has g rad uated a t Peru; and has atte nded the U Univ ers ity of Nebraska. He w as s up - ~ e rintendent t he past year at McCoo l. q

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.d ep artment. Becau se of the tro uble between ~ Nebraska City and Peru, the electric l'i system on the campu s w as not fun c• 5 tioning a part of last week. Chief Eng inee r Warren Hays started t h e school pl a nt and saved seriou s in convenience. S upt. M. C. Bloss '15, s uperintende nt for the p ast year a t Minde n , paid fri e nds in P eru a v isit last week. Mr. Bloss is a Pawnee City native. H e was promin a nt i n athle ti cs a t P eru in his day. He took hi s deg r ee a t University of Nebraska. H e cam e to t h e base b a ll diamond reg ularly duri ng h is stay to h elp Coac h Clem; ents work ou t the summer Bobcats.

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Mrs. Mabel G. Qu ill er, w ho will ~ tak e her deg ree in aug u st , h as been elected to work in the Om aha school system next fall. Mrs . Qu ille r , late principal at Nemaha, hopes to get into the junior hig h schoo l

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Miss Amy Cathca rt gave a readin g in convocation Friday. Sh e was met with a hearty applause from the students, and d eserves commendation for the excellence of h er talk.

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· (Continued from first page.) I his second hit of the game in the •fourth, was sacrific ed to second by · Smith, stole th ird, and scored on ! Pool's s acrifice. I n t he sixth and seventh the r uns wet;e the result of bunched hits. Clark led th~ hitters with four sin-~ g les in four t imes at bat. Because of the wind both second basemen were busy. Beck took care of fourteen

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lect ing a shady spot,this jolly group partook of a tasty picnic lu nch of sandwitches, pickles, lemonade, ice cream and cake. Then they played games and ran r aces. A most exc iting feature of this entertainmen t was

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31 1 4 Score by innings: P eru 0-0-l-1-0-2-3- 0-0--7 Brock - 0-0-0-0 -0-0-l-0-0--1 I .Sti·uck out: by Grunwald, 6; by Huston, 2; by Brokens, 1. Double plays: Grunwald to Harrison Brokens to Housch to Schaffer. Batteries: Grunwald and Leg er; Huston, Brokens ond Ireland. 1· Umpires: Bloss and Jewell.

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PERU , NEBRAS KA, W EDNESD AY , J U LY 9, 1924.

NUMBER 34.

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Pe ru will h a v e th e opp ortunit y of witnes sin g its g rea tes t tennis tou r n a ment t his s u_mmer. Sixt y p layer s w ill be e nte red m t h e five k i n ds of . matc hes to be p la yed, and the p resence of a a la r g e number of the r acquet eers w ho t_oo k part in t h e spri ng tour nament wil l mak e the c omin g contes t a series of hard f o u g ht b a t- . t ies. The s ummer session h as a dde d greatly to t h e memb e r sh ip of the clu b a n d brou g h t i n s ome v e r y good I playe r s t o mal< e the tou r ney in ter est - I ing. In t h e m e n's s ing les m atch e s the fiJ:st r ou n d s h ow s t h e fo llow in g e nt nes : 1 Dunn ing v s. Pate. Bell vs . Hoy. J indr a v s . R o w ley. Me l vin vs. Davenpo r t . La ug hli n vs . B osley. Catlet v s . J . McN ern y . Cla y b u r n vs . Willhof t . H a ir vs . B la k e . Wensein v s v . Kl a u r ens . Marce llus vs. Co llis t e r. Morfor d vs. O a kes . Dah ls trom vsv . T o b ler. N e lson vs. Bec k. H oyt vs. L e g er.

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T he second member of t he s umme r t erm lecturers, Professor Mendenha ll, 1 CALE NDAR. was well received at t h e College, Ju1 ly 1 and 2. Monday, Ju ly 7 Orc hestra, 3: 30 I Prof essor Mendenha ll, p rincipal of I Y. W. C. A. Cab in et Meeting, 6:45 I t he Rural Teachers' Traini ng School, P h ilo P icnic ! F on du Lac, Wisconsin, iswell known a t P eru as a speaker w orthy of men Tu esd a y, July 8 Glee Club, 7:00 to 8:00 t ion . Mr . Menden h all w as p resident Orchestra, 3:30 Wednesd a y, July 9 1 of the Nebrask a Sta te Teachers' InY. W . C. A., 7:15 st itute at o ne sessio n. T he talks Y. M. C. A., 7:15 1 g ive n h er e were on the fo llowin g topics : " Nature Study," "Cr eative c. c. A., 7:15 Thinking," " Dig nit y of t he Ru ral Thursday, July 10 Glee Club, 7:0 0 to 8: 00 Teacher ," an d "How to Keep Youn g ." In t h eSE:! lect ur es t h e sp eak e r P hilomathean, 8:00 b rough t befor e the f aculty and s t uEverett, 8:00 dent bod y a n umber of ve r y impor tF r id ay, July 11 Or ch est ra, 3:30 ! a nt questions. He s howed m eth ods for development of ou r n atura l r eF or later e vents, see pag e t wo. : sources, the prevention of t he grea t . waste t hat goes on f r om d ay to d ay, 1 wh ile t he Amer ican c itizens do not g ive it a t hough t. Some of t he n at _ ! ur al resources waste d are, w ater 1 power, n a t ui·al bird re~ources, f oresls, coa l and miner als. T he nation is go_ in g f urther into bankruptc y every ye ar because of the careless and i ndiffe ren t at tit ude of the peo pie: The Bostrom vs. T aylo r . 1 youn g as w ell as the old do not h ave In t h e wome n ' si ng les the fo llow- C OACH G RAF P R ESENTS m ile. W h e n t he r e la y was called, MARRI ED MEN W IN 1 high idea ls to s t r ive for; they do not in g are e n t ered i n t h e fi rst r o und: i T RACK LE TTERS ! Coac h Gr af lacked a m an. He used BY SCORE OF 12 TO 4. investig ate t he expen ditures of the Ron nau vs. A r mstr o n g . Hoy, and H oy surprised t he ol'lloo kere ' I country ; ~ ery li ~tle moneyis sp e~ t Yeck v s . Goc k le y. F or th e sc hool Coac h G r af presen- by keep ing well ahe ad of his Tar kio W ed nesd ay afte rnoon July 2 t he for educatwn w h1le a gr eat deal IS ' , I . Current vs . Gu illi ot. 1 ted t he fi ve winne r s of t r ac k letters opponent . P e ru won t h at r ace. Hoy ma n ·ied me n of t he co lle ge prove d 1 sp e nt f or war and d est r uc ttve pur Blankens h ip v s . Novotn y . w i t h t h e ir e mblems, Wednesd ay mor- probably will not be b ack t o P eru t he ir supe riorit y in t he nation a l pas- ' poses ; t hey are af1·a id to express t heir R. Erns t v s. Swartw out. I n ing . I n Lh e history of t he inst itu- n ext term. He w ill Leac h i n Frontie r time by trou ncing the sing le men in own id e as and d esires ; t h ey a rc p reCom b s vs. Mrs. D unning . t ion , so f a r as t he writer can County. a seven inni ng g a me 12 to 4. Clem- j udlce d an'd pessimistic; and for a ll K B "rn<> vc:.. U\c k e r s o n. d iscer n . t hese a re the flr, L Lt·ack --~ ----e nts in t h e box f o 1· t he married men th is t hey a r e suffe ring as n n ation. Keif er vs . A l ber s . le tte r s to b e a w arded. T his was the MRS. D UNN ING, t he first fiv e innings showe d his old- I The cause of this is lack of creat ive Bood vs . V. Wrig ht. f irst ti me t hat P e ru w as e ver rep resD EAN OF WOMEN time f orm a nd he ld t he bache lors th in king, soc ia lly, econom ica lly and B lo o d good vs . S taft. ented a t t h e Confe re nce m eet ; a nd scoreless and helpless during his stay . polit ica ll y. We n eed "Thinkin g Mt·s. Du n ning, w ho has made h er· t he Bo bcat s s u rprised th e fo llowers Ma ckpra ng vs. A. E rns t . Bitzi e w ho came in to r eli eve Clem- w hic h leads us to c h a ng e our m in d Har tley vs. H. Willi ams. of t he cin der spo r t by takin g f ift h self popular on the campus this sum- ents i~ t he fifth , w as g r ee te d wit h a j a nd opin ion i n the face of evidenc e p l a ~e in t he st ate m e et, f ar a h ead of me l·, is t he dean of wom en and p re- volley of h its. But in the seventh I a nd to h ave a n . op_e n mind." N. W rig ht vs . M. Bo rn e. Our A lliance, w here she has been teach- he had no tro u ble. Ho y t vs. D ie tz . h e r sis le t·s, K ea r ney a nd Wayne. schoo ls a r e begmnm g t o dema nd for t he term beginin g Septem ber 8. Brecke nri dge vs. Sor e n s on. A t·th u r Mn j or s , d is t a nce runnet·, Captain C. E. Cla r k and Smit h for ' more of this t yp e of thin kin g . T he n T h e men ' s d o ubles m atc h es s h o w w h o en d ear ed himse lf to a ll good Mrs. Du n n ing w ill su ccee d both Mi ~ s t he manied me n pull ed off sensation- w hat w e mu st do is make it possible sportsme n i n P e r u , by his g amen es s A li ce Ro bi nson and Mrs . H ill Miss a l catc hes. But the mos t spectacular , to f u r t h er t hi s movemen t. T axes are t he f o llo w in g· lin e-up: W ill h oft-Poo l vs. Morf ord-:Hoy. i n runn i ng· Lh e mile against Wood of Robinso n , who has be en dean of play of th e afternoon w as Cope nha- ' a h·ead ytoo hig h. If t he ta x is p ut Ho y t -D a h lstr om v s . Oakes -Co ll is - 1 T a rk io, was capta in of t he 1924 trac k wo men , has g one to Uni ve rsit y of ver's r u nnin g on e-h and catch of on to t h e rich , it is t hr own b ack on Ler. t eam a n d rece i ved t h e fi rst let ter Ca li fo rni a on a leave of absence. Cleme nts' li ne drive to centel'. Tha t to the cons umer . W e must fi nd an· L a u o·hli n -T ay lo 1· v s . Bec k -Ji n dr a . a w a r d e d t h rou g h t he a thle tic bo ard. Mrs. fril l h as r esig ned . T h e two pos i- p lay w as worth t he price of a dmis- oth er method of r edu ction. Cr eative C lay"'b u rn -Ye rkes v s . Bos ley -Bl a k e. Major!> p la c e.d in th.e state me~t. He tions h ave bee n we lde d into one, and sion. I thi nking will s olve this p~·ob lem. We The ladi es' doubles w ill consis t of , d e v e loped h1 mse lf mto a _d1stan?e Mrs . Dunning has acc epte d t he n ew ly Score 1·s Blad es a nd Chu rch prese n t have too man y me n drawm g a sala ry f rom th e govern ment . " R educe t he on ly t h e f o llo win g fou r teams : runn e r t his _past ye a r. MaJo r s w tll created posit ion. t he fo llowng box scor e: ceptress of Mt. Vern on D ormitory Bla n k e n s hi p -M. Bor n e v s . Er ns t - teac h in E nd1cot t next ye ar . · numbet· of m en a nd m or e wor k will Mrs. Dunn i ng cam e to P eru fr om : Ma rri ed Men. L o t·e p e Buising, pole vaulter and E rnst. be accomplish e d in a s horter time a nd 1 A.B. R. H. with less expe nse." The citizens of Blood g ood -K . B or ne v s . Gock ley - hurd le r , is cap t a in of t h e 1925 trac k ing. Bef o t·e t he W . R. P ate regime 2 tea m . B uis in g is a F a ll City ath lete in Alli a nce, Mrs . D u nnin g . t aug ht Smith If . 1 America are no t trying to solve t his - 2 Hoyt. ' h 4 1 3 problem ; t hey are n ot t hinki ng. Is The m i xed doub les w ill be p layed of n o mea n repu t ation . He tied wit t h ere fo r several years i n t he grades. Bec k ss. .1 3 I W e i n e r fo r t he state p ole vau lt r ec- Fo r t he past t hr e e yea rs she has had Ha nison l b. 0 t he man yo u a re p uttin g into offi ce 2 - 4 h' p v s Mor f ol·d - 1o rd o n ly to b e b eate n out wh en t he c ha rge of t he m usic in t he sc hools of Cla rk cf. by e~ght teBamls :k 1 just a f r iend or is he c apable of W 111hoft- a n e ns I · · 4. 1 C ha d ron e ntry beat t he sta te r ecord. t ha t p r og r essi ve Wes tern cit y. Mrs. Clements p. 1 "Let us w ork toge t he r with God.'! 4 1 1 handli ng t he j ob as i t s hould be done? M. Borne : B l · d d v s Tay lor-K. B u is i n g is a h a lf b a c k on t he f ootb all Dunning is a teac h er w it h an expe r - Graf 2b. Lau g hlm- 0 0 g oo · . team. H e w ill be seen in action be- ience t h a t tot als s ixt een ye a rs. Bitzie 3b. 1 3 0 Professor Me nde n ha ll mad e a st ron g Born e · · Mrs. D unn ing h as a lr eady assum ed Leger c. 3 1 1 ple a f or "cr eative thin k ing" in h is D h lstro m -N ovo tn y. ' f ore t h e m oon c h a ng es t h nee. 2 2 Beck -Hoyt v s . a J " d . G kD T " T e d " W e im er All-st at e b as- he r duties. She may be fo u nd e ver y Collister rf. 1 talk a t ch a pe l, July 2. M k g vs 1 n 1 a- o c · · ' Hoyt- ac · p r an · ke t ball c e nt e r a nd All-state tac k le , ~fter~oon in_ h~r of f ice in t he a dmin- I In his talk on Nature P rof esser 29 12 ley. . rr w ho t h e firs t wo n h is letter by vil·tue of his v au lt- tstrat1on bu ll dm g ._ And sh e may be 9 Me nd en h all w as at his best. He h ad A s ched u le s how tn , . 1. 11 be ing a n d his b ro a d jumping. " T ed", fo un d eve r y eve mn g at h e r s uite i n a sp ecial message to t hose wh o a re 1 S ing le Me n . to becom e rural t eac he r s. N ot hin g rou n d win n e r s are. t o b~a~~ i: fro n t , w ho w a s c ap tain of t h e a ll-v ictor ious )\fo unt Ve r no n H all. A.B. R. pos ted on t he b ull etm b . d . a nd bas ketb a ll qu inte t, was t h e only P eru - ' · - -- - -- H. exists t hat does not c ome fr om t he 1 4 0 2 soil. All our w e alt h, ou r living, our of t he Admin is tratio n Ul i l;n~,so b e v ia n to mal<e three letters last ye a r . ; CHADRON EAGLE Thor p e 2b. - 3 0 be s ev- l W e im e r is a pro du ct of Har d y, f rom !' COLLECTS DATA Poo l 3b. 1 h app iness is dep ende nt upon ·t he soil. t he s cores of e ach m atc h 4 0 1 T his fi rm a ttach me nt, Mr. Me nd enha ll posted . A lt ogether the~e h e t o u r n a- w h ich li t t le cit y P eru has ha d several . 1 ; Hunt c. 3 enty-four m a t c h gam es m t . b . : s ter Jin cr ath le t es, but non e bett er ; T he business m a n ager of t he Chad - i Cope cf. 0 0 decla r ed, m a de it a ll t he mor e neces1 11 1 3 0 sa r y that rural teacher s realize and men t; t his mea n s th~ c o u rts ~ t s ~~~ I t h a n Weimer. : r on Eag le, t he offi ci a l news pap er of Ro gge ss. 1 4 0 11accep t t h e dig nity of t heir profe ssio n. use d aily an d tenms enth~sta: tourR ol a nd "Sp ee d" Edie is the trac k I the Ch adron Teach er s College, Col- 1 Noe rrlin ger If. a lmos t be c o nfide nt of seew g . . h t . a t P e r u. E d ie is the f astest man · lected some d ata on t h e se vera l col- I Yerkes l b. 4 1 0 N a ture s t udy is one of t he instincts 1 1 1 t ha t every c hild. has. T he stu dy of - 2 ney g am e any t i· me t h e y v ts tt t e sina i P e ru, on e of t h e f astest i n t he lege newsp ap e r s of t h e s t a t e. Of t h e C u nm· ng h am r f . 1 1 : birds, p lan ts, t he forc es of n ature 1 - 2 ; s t a te. H e can s tep 100 y ards in 10 se ven co lle g e n ew spaper s of t he_st~te Gr u_nwald p. co u rts. 1 • 0 0 come n atu ra l to every pupil. C1·eate 0 . - -- -- 1 secon ds q u ite r eg ul arly. H e can h e fo u nd t he a vera ge s ubscnp t10n Sc hm d ler cf . 5 1 1 - i nt er est in his other school work t hru BEG Y OUR P A RDON. i n t h e n e ig· hborh ood of 22 f e et ; p ric e to be $1.46, an d t he a verag e 1e ap · t.h e 29 4 7 t his c ha nne l. Mr. Me nde nh all at one . tak - an d h e hurled t h e javeli n f or s econd num b e r o f stu d en t s t o r eceiVe In t he lis t of s upertnte nd e nts . h d I l ·e in t he s t ate meet at H astin gs. p ap e r , 504. N ow the P edag ogtan Score by in nings: I of t he sessions showed his ability Lo pThac P aw ne e City f las h h as a burst of c h a r g es $ 1. 00 f or 1"ts s~ b sc np . t'10n a n d Sing le men _ _ _ _0 _4_0 _ 4 r eproduce accur a te ly the song s of our ing su mmer schoo I wor k ' p ub l! s e 0 0 0 0 - 3 _0 _0 _2_5 _2-x- l 2 fa miliar birds . Stu de nts fa iled misin a late issu e of this paper, one n~:~ s p e:d t h a t w ill mak e t h e best of them a ci r cu lation of 70 0 ; . 1t may drop as Married me n fami li a r birds . Stud e nts fa iled miserwas om i Lted, t hat o f :Mr . E. C. at t ake p artic ular n ot ice. It was E die low as 650 f o 1· some 1ssu es. Batter ies: Clements, Bitzie and a bl y, howe v er , when ask ed t o indicate . erinte ndent of sch oo ls . I h mad e t he se n sa tional r u n fo r a The s ame m a n a g er fou nd t h at t he t tn, s u p k" sp ec1a w o . · t 1 m ·ne who is ta m g I hdow n agai ns t W a y ne last year . av e r age a d ve rt1s m g r ae per co u n- Leger; Grunwald , Hunt,· and Hunt, j songs, showing t h a t natu r e s t udy is Br ownvl , t f edu c a - 1 touc . h . . $35 (t h ' t y fi ve Cope nha ver . Struc k !)Ut: by Cle m- , ne g lected by stud ents train in g f or work in t he d e p a rtme n o T h e r un was a long e ig h ty yards . tn c -per-Issue IS . lr ~ . 1 tion . / P a u l H oy, of Farn am, fo ugh t his cents) _ No w t h e lowest adve r t1sm g e n ts 8, by Bitzie 2, by G r unwald 4, r ural teachi ng . Men d enh all's lectu res -t 1 tter in t h e T a r kio du a l rates in t he state a r e those of t he by H unt 2. U m pires : D a llam a nd ' Prof essor - - were interspersed with some droll W ise men Jea rn by oth er men~s way t o T~e eF a r nam novi ce had w on P edag og ian, w hic h beg ini ng the f a ll Conkle. (Conti nue d on second page.) (Con tinued on seco nd page. ) mist a kes , b u t f o ols only b y the ir : :e javeli n a nd p lace d in t he half (Con ti n u e d on second p age.)

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Fit·st Semester Registration Monday and Tu esd ay, September 8 and 9, 1924 Wedn esday, September 10, 1924 First Semester c lasses b egin Monday, November 10, 1924 Second Quarter begins November 27-28, 1924 Th anksgiving Recess December 20, 1924, to J a nuary 4, 1925, in clusive Christmas V acation Mo nd ay , Jaunary 26, 1925 Second Semester begins Mond ay, March 30, 1925 Fou rth Qu arter begins Friday, May 29, 1925 S eco nd Semester closes SUMMER SCHOOL, 1925.

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=========================================== i CREATIVE THINKING. P1·ofessor Mendenhall, in his lecl-u re on "Creative Thinkin g." vo iced a i st:lnti ment that h as ex isted rather dormant ly for a long t ime. Just wh at is

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creative th inking? D efi n ed as adeq u ately as we can do so, creativ e think- I ing is turning th e mind's e nergy into usefu l wor k , m aking t h oughts pay, j not matel"ially, but in t he sense of improving man's soc ial state. Students 1 study psycho logy without realizing t he important p art it can play in m aking ! =~~~~~~~~=~=========~~~===~=====~~=~====~=~~~~-==~ tlieir thoug ht processes prod uce t heir max im;um. Crea tive t hinkin g is bu t COUNTY PICN ICS SHOWING Keep sweet. Keep in sympathy w ith MARRIED MEN W I N BY on e phase of psyc hology; psychic know ledge applied. I UNUSUAL P EP. you t h. We need an unde rtaker. · SCOR E OF 12 TO 4. • It is a ·fatal error t h at a great number of sch olars make; t h at of assim- 1 _ _._ . Some people have been walking (Continued f1·om f irst p a g e) il atin.g t he tho~ghts of great ~ e ? ~vithout tu~·ning t hem into p1·actical worth: During the p ast week t he rains : ~rou nd dead for for ty years, not h av The "P " Club t h a n k s u mpires DalThe tendency I S to become a 1ec1p1en t, a sto1 chouse of co ld f ac ts, a collecto1 hav e ab ated enou g h to encourage · mg an y body to bury t hem. Eleof information. An encyc lopedic mind is as usefu l as an encycloped ia, to more c.oun ti es to go out fo r picnics. phants and t urtles live to be one hun - lam and Conkle, Profess or B r own, be us ed fo r 1·eference on ly. To create n ew tho u g ht, new ideas, new prinPawn ee County selected t he Col- d red and fifty and two hu ndred years and t he enthusiast ic fan s. Sever al c ip les, new lin es of action, ar e entirely beyond its scop e. What is the use of : lege gymnas ium as the place of their years old. Why can't we? Moses' dol la 1·s foun d the ir way into t he "P" the suc h a mind'! festival. The co unty was w ell repre- l eyes were undimmed at one hundred C lub t r easu1·y. Some t ime in near futur e t h ese two teams of The learners of tod ay, the studen t body of our colleges, will profit by 1 ~en ted and t hose n ot present surely twenty years of age." c reative t hinking. Don't read to know; read to d o. Apply what you learn. i missed a good time. Volley b all was I Among t he requisites for g ood male co lleg ians will stage a b ask et "Make you r brain a file; not a p ile." Think over what you read, grasp the , the principal game of the evening ' health, Prof. Mendenhall mentioned, b a ll game for t h e " P " C lu b b e n e fit. generali ties, subord inate t h e detail, associate the n ew id eas with t he old, I and was enjoyed by all. The best "Sat urate yourself w ith the life of You will d o we ll to. atten d t h a t g ame. add to t he a u thor's views, your own v iews, and make a j ust appraisal. Then ; part of it all came when refreshments · J esus Christ. Plain, pure li ving. Hig h Gilkeson, F a unce, Bi tzie. Cla r k, L egweig h and co nsid er the va lues of .what you h ave read. Ho:v can you appl y ; ci nnamon rolls, ice cream and cake thinking. W ork. ~eep yom· ~ind er and Clements h a v e made th ei r b aswha~ yo~ h ave absor.bed? Can 1t be made o~ ~se to soc1ety? Have ~ou in abundance. The "peppy" sp irit of busy, a~ d do not let 1t ~top gr ow m g." k et ball lett er s a t Peru. 1 prohted m your readmg? If you h ave, turn 1t m to acco un t for man kmd. I the club was shown b y t h e yells · T o wmd up the evenmg everybody Be a creati ve thinker! which were g iven. : present eve~ incl,udin ~ our Pre~iden~; PRESIDENT MENDENHALL E ach one went aw ay fe eling grate- 1 was put th1u a com se of sp1outs, SPEAKS AT PERu . . ful to t h eir spon so 1·, Mr. Hill, a nd his . and did we h ave fun? I'll say we did, f ('C> nl i nn e d 11'0111 fi l'" l page ! wife who wer e present and p artici- ' f or it was 1-2-3-4, and " p ep" w as humo1· th at cr eated quite a n entnu 1 pated in the e veni ng's events. there 100 % . Walter Camp's exercises sicn f o1 · his sp eakin g. With t he Nuckolls-Cl. ay Club led events on · were given .a~cl then M,';·.. ~.enden h all T HE PR OGRAM. W ednesday w it h an open-air b anqu et ' closed by g Jvmg us a Jig to sh ow g reatest ease he carri ed home h is AFTERNOON. EVENING. · at B1·own's P ark, Nebraska City. The us he could still "swing a wicked most s alien t princ iples w ith c leve r puns and anecdotes. Su mmer st.:hon l joyous p a 1·ty were taken to the "city" 1 hoof." s tudents will lon g r emem ber him as Sa turday, July 12 in three car s, one operated bv Mr. I We were a lso favore d with one of 1 . Redfern and the other two by Nelcon Mr. Hare's p iano so los. W e are al- a captivating speaker; one whr> p u t The Musica l Style Rev iew Play, "Friendly Enem1 es" ~ ' · Brothers. The first object of interest ways g lad of t he opportumty of h av- life and energ y in his words I h at 1 made listening a p leas u1·e. P en1 n aturall y w as our Nebraska Park and in g Mr. Hare on our progr am. Sunday, J uly 13 I Morton's Mansion. Many interesting Let's all come out next Wednes~ ay keenly antic ipates Mr. Me nden hall '.; The Smail-Mcintire Comp any The Small-Mcintire Compa ny relics were o bse1·ved. n~ ght to h~.ar Professor ~o~t &;!ve n e x t vis it to P eru. i After a splendid feed at t he P ark h1s talk on Peace and P atno t1sm. Charles T. Baylis, Lecture · all d epar ted for Pe1·u fee li ng g r ateful Dr. M. MAC VEAN "Making a Better Amel'ica" to ou r f ait hful sponsor, Prof essor CHADRON EAGLE GETS DATA. SPECIALIST ; Paul, and t he comm ittee. E ye, Ear, Nose a nd T hroat Besides the i·egu lar member s, a 1 (Continued from first page) Mond ay, July 14 Eyes tested, Glasses fitted former enthus iast, Anna Ne lson , '23, ' of 1924 will be S.25 (twenty-five No. 717 Central Avenue Tho Missourians, The Missourians, an d her mothe1·, M1·s. H. N elson, were cents) per-column-inch per issu e. NEBRASKA CITY, NEBR. An Orchestr a and Sing ing An Orchestr a and Sng in g p1·esent. Surely our advertisers can n ot comEnsemble j· The J efferson County Club braved p lain of our prices or our circul ation In P eru, Friday, 6 to 8 p. m. , at E nsemble mu d last Thursday evenin g and went when comp arin g w ith the average in Dr. R eed's office; Saturday 8 :30 to to the athletic field f or supper. Eigh- the state. 11 :3 0 a. m. at Dr. Harajian's residence T uesday, July 15 teen mem hers were present w it h Miss 1 ==============-----==-=--=:-=---=====-~~~~--~ rhe Baldy Strang Company The Baldy Strang Compan y Rin ehart, t h e ad viser. An exciting , ;John E. Aubrey, L ecture John E. Aubrey, Lectur e baseball game w as the m ain feature 1 .-----~~---••!'DII--III:':IIIIi,;.l::a•••EJE-III!II!LO&<Cill<.__l'ilacc_ II"F--a.:i·•--------• "Coming Across" or "Application" " The One-Mile T ow n" 1 aside f rom the eats, which were the j greatest attractior. Was th e potato ,, \oVed nesday, July 16 1 salad good ? Ask Gladys Majo r s. 1 IS A GOOD PLACE T O PURCHASE YOUR Bill Bone, Lectu re P lay, "T.. Wise Fools" 1 Y . M .. C. A. LUNCH MEATS, PICKELS, COOKIES, FRUITS "The House of Man" A New York Cast . a n d every thi n g good to eat. Cal! a t the sto re or phone 25 , F ound! F ound what, Wh y, a way 1 to keep youn g and healthy. Ho\\' ....,._ •• • j come, Got it from "Mendi ," ali as Budget t ick ets will be h onored f or three evenin "'rr perfo rm ances, one . p 1·of essor Men d en h al 1 of Wisconsin, of which shall be a lecture. j who spoke at t he Y. M. r egular meet : ing last W ednesday even ing. In th e ~o~ders of budget tickets m ay purch ase season tickets for a ll t he fi1·st p lace, "Mendi " said h e was "aremmmng numbers of the Chautauqua course f or "'150 ' · t " d ft h t d \-Viii your account b e an asse t or a liability ? =======--=========~~~~~~~";;;· j rann o go an a er e go starte ·\ TJ D . . · he sure did step. He demo nstrated The Old Li ne Ins u r a nce G UARANTEES an asset J ' ,: e a.!ly and . Sunday Lmcoln I t~·~thful and imp ar tial r eports of po- ! on Coac h Graf, an d as we all know for you. qu nal Will be ma1led to any post- j h t1cal and economic questions · a goo d man, we 1 jy·111 N b 1. . . · No th a t ou r coac h IS 0 ICe e aska ft om now untll matter wh at yout· party affiliations nat urally expect him to b e another RALPH W. HU NTER, an a lum nus of Pe ru, is h e r e after t he November presidenti al 1 a r e, ~o u w1' 11 a pprec1ate · The Journal, Met husala or to r each an age of 150 ' thi s summe r to te ll you how the Old Line of Lincoln ~l ectJOn f oJ only One D~llat. The .e specwll y at this low trial price.. The I or 200 yea1·s, an d still be young' when will help yo u . .tate . Jou.rn.al .h.as earn ~d 1ts reputa- p~per will be stopped when the time he dies. 1 "THE OLD L IN E· IS THE 13EST LINE" FOR YO U. t'Jon for 1e~wb!l~ty and mdep endenc~. 1 p 1a d for is up. 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W. 0. Willhoft spe nt th e week-end Nebr as ~a City. Mrs Edith Bradford 'o f Rulo spent the week-end at hr home.

TilE POE.T LAUREATE OF NEBRASKA W ill Read

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Marggy Tankersly spent the weekend with h e r p ar ents at Auburn.

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D aisy G raf spent the Fourth of July wi th h er pa1·ents at Tecumseh.

Ma nu fact u res G r eene's Q-U-A-L-1-T-Y Ice Cream. Han dled in Pe ru by a lmost every de aler.

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Leona Johnson sp e nt t h e week-end at P almyra.

Mur iel Scheu e1· motored to Omaha to be with her parents over t he holidays. Miss Grace Irene Lutgen, wit h her . parents, motored to W ayne to spend the holidays. Special convoca tion was held Mond ay for the women of the College. Mrs. Dunning spoke to the girls.

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You us e eigh teen muscles w hen you frown; fo u r make a smile. Osteopathy If the Fourth of July came twice a G u aran tees Satisf action. Glad to ac- h e lps you to rest your face. year several of t he students and facDR. R. E. R EYNOLDS of ulty me mbers would have to send for commodate you . . Auburn, a g reat gross of ear drums l S m Peru twice each week. Phone P ERU NEBRASKA . or wri te for appointment. .Mrs. Lon Graf motored to Lincoln

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n ee City on July 17 to see what Bob- II cats can do when thew meet Indians. Either Hunt or Grunwald will t hrow the g ame. Those who missed President Mendenhall1s addresses will never know what t hey have missed until they hear him some time. The gentleman f1·om Fon du L ac m ade many friends a mong the students,

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Letters were awarded to members of the 19.24 Babcat track team, Wed· nesday at convocation. Those receiving letter s were: Arthur Majors, I Lorene Buising, P au l Hoy, Ted W ei1me1· and Roland Edie.

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The g irls of Miss Ebersole's cook ing. class served a d ainty three cours e brea kfast Thursday morning. The invited guests were Mrs. Dunning, o ur beloved dean of . women, Miss Mackprang and Miss Ritzman. The menu consisted of raspberries, cream of wheat, waffles, sausages and cof fee ) P rofessor and, Mrs. W. F . Hoyt entertained a g roup of th e facu lty members at a delig htful picnic, Monday evevning After refres hments, t he group left the p icnic grounds and went to the .Hoyt residence to listen in on several fru.itless roll calls. at t~e Democ rr.tic Natwnal Convention m New York.

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Did you f ootball fans know t hat Copenhaver was Ed W eir's co ach when th e Cornhus ker c aptain was r unnin g wild for Superior High School, Well, now you know it.

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In 1911-12 Sanford Clements, then of Elmwood, was one of the best college pitchers in the s t ate. He d emonstra ted th at h e has something left by holding the Single Team scoreless for 1 the fi ve innings he pitched.

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Three members of the · best basket ball team that has played in N ebras ka the past three years are on·the campus t his summer. L ook them over. .bitzie, Gilkeson, and Mark D elzell. Bitzi e has a r eputation to uphold in the state of Nebraska. Gilkeson threw eig h t b as kets ag ains t W esleyan t he fi rst half of t he g ame. Mark D elzell will lead t he 1925 Bobcats throug h another a ll -v ictorious season. Maybe.

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, J U LY 16, 1924.

Degrees, Diplomas, Issued by Peru

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CALENDAR. 12-16 _C h a uta uqua- Bu d get t ickets honored t h ree evenings. 14 ____ J ohn G. Neiharclt at Convocation. 15 ___ _Girl s' Glee Club, 7:00 p. m. l6 ____ 0rc hest r a, 3:30. Y. W. C. A., 7: 15 p. m. Y. M. C. A., 7:15 p. m. C. C. A., 7: 15 p. m. l7 ___ _Mt. Ve m on Girls at home to stude nts and fa cu lty, 8:15 to 10 p.m. P e1·u vs. P awnee City a l Pawnee Cily. l8 ___ _Class Reunion of Class of 1923. Class will meet in front of Audito rium at 11:45 a. m . 2L ___Orchestra, 3:30 p . m. 22 ____Concert by Orc hestra, Band, and Glee Club, directed by Mr. Jin dra a nd Miss Blanke nshi!1. 23 __ __ Coun ty Club p rogram. Y. w . c. A., 7: 15 p . m. Y. M. C. A ., 7:15 J). m. C. C. A. 7:15 p. m. 25 ____ Com.mencement, 10:30 a. m. Su!1 t. J. M. Ma t zen will d eliver th e add ress. Col. T. J . Majors will present lh e diplomas.

I i Peru's greatest tennis tournament I h as made g reat strides towards the i semi-f inals and fina ls.

The precedweek has seen the courts in use i during every interval, either by touri : nament play ers engaged in matches, 1 or practicin g for matches soon to be .: p layed. The e limin ation process has ! made g 1·eat progress in the men's si n' 1 g les where thirteen m atc hes have alJul y i ready been played in the first round , I and several seco nd r ound matches • n i. J ll ly disposed of. Al most every g r aduate is p laced 1 Hoy and Bell p layc.d a close match fo r next year. The deg r ee stu de nts 1 July match endin g in Hoy's favor, w ith have h a d g ood p ositions for some t he sco re of 6-0, 6-8, 7-5. Jindra has July time. There is n ot EO g reat a ca ll for met Rowley and d efeated him 6-1, t h e E lementary Juni o r t eacher s. I 6-1. Jindra's strong opponent w ill be J u ly Wl-: e n Co l. T . J. Majors appear s fo r Hoy, whom h e wi ll meet in the second or t hird round. Lau g hlin and I Bos ley pl ayed 6-4, 6-1. Lau ghlin now will have to play McNerny who Ju l ~ ' \ bea t Catlett 7-5, 6-3. Willhoft, last sprin g's runner-up, has taken his firs t two matches, winin g f rom Clayburn 6-2, 6-0, and from Blake 7-5, 6-1. Blake defeated Hair in , the first round 6-1, 6-1. K laurens took the first round from Wensein with the score of 6-1, 6-1. and will meet Co llister, winner over Marcell~::-::====:-::==--========= us. Oaks turned over the dope buckJOHN NEIHARDT, POET et by trouncin g Morford 6-2, 6-4, but VITALI ZED AGRICULTURE' LAUREATE AT CONVOCATION ~ succumbed to Dah lstrom's steadfast 1 IS DISCUSSED ! p lay ing by a sco re of 6-2, 7-5. DahlOne of the b est lecturer:; a nd d em- - strom prev iously won easily from onstrat ers Peru h as eve r had on t h e College students we_re indeed _given Toble r . campus h as co me a nd go n e, and ev a tl:eat ~~nd ay mornll1g when It w~s : Beck, sprin g champio n, has taken t he Board of Education (Co lonel M~- e r y on e w ho h eard P rof. Bert Cooper : t he1r pnv1lege to hea1· John G. Ne1- the first r ound f rom Nelso n , and the j or s is pres iden t of th e Board ) h e ~ il l could no t bu t wish to he ar hi :n again. hardt .. Mr. Neihanl t is the only per- second round f r om Ho yt with the son to whom our state legis lature score 6-3. 6-3. Hoyt has playe d Lep r esent the f o llowin g f t '.· dents \'.i t h . Mr. Cooper, who is connecte d with , h e sy mbols of wor k d v n e,rh a L i s, a ll t h e No rthern Missouri Statf! Teachers has eve r conferred the t itle of Poet ger and defeated him 6-1, 6-3. TayLaureate. • · .lor, winner over Bostrom, has drawn s ave certain of the deg r ee st d en t:; C:; lleg c al Marysville and who is a who rec e ived their d egrees in May: w ide ly k n own lect · r e r, is a strong ML Nei hard t, whose h ome is at a b ye. Degree. ad voca te of the p roject or p r ob lem Bancroft, Nebraska, and who h as The m en's doubles open ed wit h a Mae Mi ll er Beck. method , so me phase of which most been writing s inc e 1900, began a bang. W ill hoft- Pool wad ed thru Mary C. Borne. sc hool peop le a r e acquai nted w ith. cycle of five seri es of poems in 1913 t heir f irst two matches and are r eady Irma D. Casey. T-fe especia lly dea ls with the project • --dea ling with the days of the fur for t he fina ls. Mo rford- Hoy lost ~argaret Atla n t a Co le. method as 1-elated to ag ric ulture bu t MATL.C:N FOH. CO!\!MENCEME NT. t rade in the Midd le west.. This cycle courageously in a hard fou gh t match, E~lhe r Co le. g ave some stat eme nts wh ich a r e consists of "The Three Friends," "The 6-2 7-5 and Hoyt- Dahlstrom winJes si e F. Cc nn e ll. worth w hi le a nd sh ould be t hot over. State Supe ri n te ndnt J. M. Matzen, ~ong of Hug h Glass," "~udg~ S~ith," j ne1:s ov,e r Oa ks-Co lliste1·, went' down Spencer M. Leg er. T eac h r ea l thin gs: make sc hool who w ill d eli ver the commencement Son g of the Great Mig r atwn, a nd heroicall y to t he tune of 6-1, 6-1. May Li nge1· w ork li ve, v ita l and inter est ing: add ress at Peru St ate Teachers Col- "Indian Wars." 1 Clay burn-Y e1·kes p layed the closest Lo la E ll e n Lohl'. work w ilh real problem 5 usin g the lege t hi s s umme r was appointed to It was part of the last named wh ich malc h of t h e to urn ey w ith Bosley communit-y as a labor atory, t h e peo - his pressent position by Governor W?.S read by lhe author from hi s Bla ke, fina lly w inn ing the rub match. C rystal Ma r g aret Mey e r . Mabe l G us t af son. Qui lt er. p ie as teac hers and t he book s 2 s ved so Mc K elvi e, fo ur years after t he manuscript. T he restless time foll ow- Sco re, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Th e winn e rs will A li ce A. S mit h too ls : trans late t eachin g into g iving; death of Superintendent William in g the Civ il W ar when a new impe- play H a ns en-Hansen, who troun ced Rut h S t 1·ong W a r no ck. · loww ing into d oing and be liefs into Clemmons, the veter a n educat.o.r , who t us was given to t he movement west - Rowley- Hair, 6-0, 6-3. a c tions. Rotate subjec ts; have new serve d so m a n y years as- President wanl ac1·oss t h e Misso uri, was p oeticT he ladies' d oubles cons isted of on D a n iel H. W e be 1·. wo ,·k eve r y year, dont teach the saBl e t he Fre mon t Normal Sc hoo l. Mr. po r t r ayed. Hi s descripti on of Ne- 1' ly fo ur teams a nd Blankenship-Borne G eo r ge R. \V'illy. Ma ·y E. Wilts e. s ubject o ver a nd over year af ter Matzen was e lected to to succeed braska seasons and ri vers was in~er- are champions. Ernst-Ernst were d e1 yea!'. F or instance t he fi rst yea r himse lf two years a go by a large rna- esting. Perhaps the most impressive fe ated 6-1, 6-3. Bloodg ood-K. Borne> D essie Wri g h t. 1 , may de a l w it h g rowing thin gs; the j ority ag ainst a very stro n g candi- part of the poem was t he scen e a t the won fr om Gock ley- Hoyt by the sco re s eco n d, make th in g·s; t h e third, Jiv- date. M1·. Matze n taught in rura l Council of the Indians and United of 6-2, 6-1, and met the c h a mpions in D iploma- F irst Grad e S tate. 1 i ng thin gs and the fo urth, soil sc.10ols, s upe r intendent town schools States Commiss ion e rs. T he latter ; a ma tc h endin g 6-1, 6-3. E ffi e H a n c hett A dam s 1 bui ldin g . Stic k to each phase and and fo r e le ve n yea rs was County w e re to neg oti ate for a ri g ht-of -way ! The ladi es' sing les h as not p roGo ld a B e ll e Bis hop don't jump a ll over the fie ld in teac h - Superin tendent, which pOsition h e for a ra ilroad. Troops were at the g ressed ve1·y r ap idly, only one seco nd Stew a rt Blades in g . For w ho li kes to try teachin g a was holdin g a t the time of hi s ap- sa me tim e being brou gh t up to e n- round m atc h having. bee n p layed. Mauri ce E. Boren cl ass, to find t h at t hey had h a d it pointm ent to Slate Superinte nd ent. f or ce the d emands in case the Indi- Blanke nshi p won easily f rom NovotBern ie e e Brecke nrid ge t h e yea r befo,·e. ML Matzen is a fri e nd of the tea c her ans should not give up the 1·igh t n y in two love sets. Borne defeated Be rn a rd 0 . Bostrom 1 Fr iday, July 11, t h e eigh th g rad e of tra ining ins tit utions a nd r:nen in peaceab ly. D icke rson, 7-5, 6-3. Wri g ht won Mi lo B . C lar k the J efferson Co., Gard ner Sc hoo l, t he state ca n speak more mtellt g ently Sy mpath y is a roused by th e s in cere from Brod in love sets, but lost to Dav id Cl a r k und e r t he s uperv ision of Mrs. Gen - of the need s and requ irements of res istanc e of t he Indi an chiefs to far - Bloodgood 6-1, 6-3. Bloodgood won Ba rton Clev e nge 1· ev ieve Cloud E va Shuman, demo n- , Neb r as ka teach er s. W e a re assui·ed t he r enc roac hments by the white fr om Staff but t he sco re w as no t Wayme Cleven g e r s lrate cl t he val_ue of t he p roj ~ct _me- , of a n a_cc~ m_p li she,d commencement ma n, w hen we r ealize t he hope less- announced. Go lda M. Cre ech th ocl in a g n c ullure or Vlta h zecl s pea ke r 111 M1. Matze~. . ness of t heir cause. The mixed doub les s how last 1I ·s as he 1s F ollow in g lhe read in g· of "Indi an sp l·l·,, g's c ha1np1· ons, W!"llhoft and Llo yd Willi am Da ll a m 1 MaJOI I T J I C a g r ic u lture. Lectures were gi ven by o one · · , ' Marion Do wl ing I e~e r y c hild. Some pro bably could known throught Nebraska; To me~~- W a rs," Mr. Ne ihardt read a numb er Bla n kenship , defeatin g Morford-K. E d n a E n g elke I not fat ho m a ch ild g ivi ng ~ lecture, : jors _to the old vete~·an s o~ t_he 1v1! of s hort lyric poe ms amon g which Borne in a n easy set, 7-5, 6-0. SuperLo is F is h er :I b u t a n y one bea ,·ing the delivery a nd W a1 ~hofoll_ow_ed h1m ~o 1 f1v ~ long were: "Chi ld's H eritage," '·Let Me io r pl ay ing with a lot of pep interE . E ver t Fuller 1 or ranizati o n of the s ubjec t matter . years, 111 cludm g the Ind1a n wa1s that Liv~ Out My Y ~ars," a nd his poem mixed left the _Iose1:s help less. BeckClara M. G af no n ' g ld l h ·t t to s the .c1 • came afte r· b ut Unc le Tom as we of ded1c ated to socwlo gy. I Hoyt too k their f 1rst m atch from wou no es1 a e u e w. 01 1 P eru lik e to • th ink of him will pre- 1 An enthuswstlc . . aud 1ence . . hk . e f ashion , encored Dahlstrom-Novo t n y m Bessie G ill an lec ture. T h e t a l k s or Iec t ures g 1ven <" ' • • 1 . · Clar ence W . G randy "T h fl · F l ·t L "f H. 1 sent the dip lomas to th e summer . the po et ag a111 a nd agam. a nd Jmdra-Gock ley tmnm ed Hoyt w e r e; E e .ess1an • y, 1ds I 1t e d IS- 1 sc hoo l araduates , J M.1. N e1"h a 1.d t h as come ·mto . co . n - Macprang 111 · a 6-3, 6-2 matc h. Jm · 11 V t h1.s year. Luc il e H arris '1 t·.ory ' . c on o mic . a. 1ue an n ro uc., I · h f h f B. . V f · Mr. MaJ'ors is the friend of t h e co l- t act w1t some o t e vast amount o dra-Gock ley m·e now ready to meet Id a M. Hey w ood li o n Into Am e nca, u c1s, a 1ue o , 1. · 1 · · · tl · d 1 N b k . M S . . lege He has don e more to sec ure . 11term·y m at ena ex1st111 g 111 · 11s an Beck-Hoyt. H e le n Holl iway 1 ·Co mmo n to e r as a , 1 ape u g a1, · . b . b I . · d p M f avorable leg is la ti on f or P e ru t h an 1 ne1g h on ng s t a tes came near to e- - - -- - -Pau l K. Hoy : H IS(OI' Y cof Ma kipng Ia n creslet•n t ef- a n y othe l· m a n of influe nce in the I in g lost and forg otten. This h e h as Miss Edna F is he r of Peru , and Mr. Le ona M. J o h nson t h ods· offee; ou try, u m gh o . st a te an d ever y year w he n he is call- gat h e1·ed to g et h e r a n d preserv e d f Ol. I Gus . Warnke of Sterh· ng were mar·' Ca t h e rine T. J o in er hen s ·' errrrs and h ow to test t .e m ,. eel up • on to pr esent dip lomas Peru us ·111 h "IS poems. 1n t h e op1mon · · "'"' o f t l1e r ·ie d a t Glenwood , Iowa, on W edn esRo y L. K la u ren s . · g r eac1 H u g h d a y, July 2. B a bcoc k method of crea m .test 1ng I, f ee ls tha t it is esp ec ia ll y h onor ed to wn ter, an yone, h avll1 Yol a Mae Lamb Ca ttle · va lue · 1 A ver y pretty wed111g · . of ' c. a re of' f ee dmg anc in have th'is old vele r a n of many bat- G lass o1. t·h e son g of th e Th 1ee occured Elbert L y le L a u g hli n his tor y of lhe1r a ppea r a nce ties to p erform th is wodc F or it is Friends, i_s not on l~ th an~ ful for ~he T hursday noon, July 10, at the home Marie L ePoid e vin A m e rica. due to hi s work that t he State of Ne- pi·eservat!O n of t h1s ? ero•c matena l, of t he bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ma gg ie Bell Mc A lpin These repor ts were so well d e liver- bras ka establis he d t he fi r st nor mal but th a t pe r son begm s to co~pare Louis Lewis when t h eir dau gh ter, E d w a rd S. McCall e d b y th ese e ig ht h g raders t hat they norm a l b ·aining inst it u t ion at P e n l in these son gs to ?arts of t h e ep1~s of V irg ini a Hope, w as uni te d in MarLu c ille E lle n Ma ho n ey _ W e w e lcom e Mr . Maj ors to t h e oth e r g reat natwns . H as the M1ddle riag e to Mr. Merrill W aym ir e of wo uld be a c redit to hig h sc hoo l 1867 J o hn G le n Melvin rr!'ic u lture c lasses a nd s hows wh a t co ll ege for c omme ncement clay. (Contin u ed on las t pag-e.) Doug las. Both lad ies are A Iumnae. a ,., M a r garet Mille! £Contin ue d on la s t page) ( Continu e d on fourth p age. )

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THE PERU PEDAGOGIAN Entered a t the P osto ll'ice at P er u, Nebrask a, as second-c lass matte r. P ubli she d W eekly by t he Peru S ta te T eac h er s College.

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SPECI AL REPORTERS:- Eme lia Novotny, I. V. Tobler, Erland Nelson, Lucy Arms tron g, A lice Sorensen . T HE M USIC DEP A RTMENT AT PERU. SOME OF MY IMPR ESSIONS OF P E RU STAT E TEACHERS COL L EGE.

Mt·. J i ndra, Miss B lankens hi n, and Miss Royse w ill be resp::>ns~bl e fr.r · mus1c::t · 1 nrograms to b e g 1· ven 1· n th.e n e x t f o t·tni .,rd ,t certam - · Mr· J mdra IS T he fi rst th ing t h a t str uck me at P e r u State Teac het·s Co ll ege was th e d irec tor rf band- a nd orc hestra ; Miss Bl a n kens hi[) leads the g i rl s' g lee ? lub spi r it or a tmos ph e r e of the sc hoo l. The re is a ge nera l air of si nceri ty, ea m- · ::nd te a c hes t l:e [)U bl ic schoo l m us ic; nn d Miss R oyse is h e:2d of t h e }Jl ano estness, fr ie nd li ness, a n d co u rtes y t hat is r at·ely e q uall ed. On e does not need c" r ') ::t r l t'le t~ t.. to h unt ver y far for the cau se. It lies in the presiden t a n d hi s fac ulty. - l\!iss Rrvse has her rooms ia tl· e New At.:ditorium. H e r !Jiar: o clas es Second ly, I am wond e l"i ng w heth e r t he stud en t l:ody f u ll y a 1~ p rec i a t es h a \ e been f il.ed f or the s ummer. She V> ill em·o ll a g a i n next f a ll. the n atura l advan ta ges of P e r u. D ul"i ng twen t y years I h ave not s een suc h V. ·a J in cra, one of t he most ocp ul a r m L.sic directors that Fer·u h as h ad, a rema rk able bird r eso r t. I ide n tified nearl y thi r ty species of birds just h as hi s r ocms in the Adm i ni ~ t r ati on bui ld ing. · His or·c h cstr·a will a!1 !Jear in wh il e wa lking the str eets, a nd severa l of t hese a r e not to be fou nd in my IJUblic in a f ew days. H e has been peculiarly successfu l w i th c l ~ss es in own stale of Wisco nsin. If one wants to learn bird life , P eru <:ertai n ly offers a r at·e opportun ity. ' iolin. He a lso g ives lessons on s tringed ins truments a nd on the c lan net. Mi ss E la nkensh ip h as been a w c rk e r in many d epartments at Peru; but Dean Delzell op ened u p q u ite anothe t· aspect of n a tu re to me. He too k h er pec u liar fi e ld has been public school music She had and h as a me on top of P ike's Peak s uggesting t h at I wou ld fa ll down and worship him when I saw the v ie w. Courtesy fo r bade me followi ng up t his q uotation. very good g irls' glee c lub. S he coac hed the g irls' basket ball tihs win.ter, Howevet·, I felt like bendi ng th e knee when I saw the vi ew from what I reand t u r n ed out one of P e r u's best teams. S he is also woman's tennis chamnamed ML Nebo. I cou ld i magine the sensati on of Moses as h e looked over r-ion i n these parts. Sh e goes to F ai rbury next yea r , a n d wi ll be succeeded into t he prom ised land. ~;;~~~~~~~b_Y___M __is=s~M~u~s~s_ e__ lm:a~n:·~~~~~~;;;;~~~~~~;;;;~.-.-~;;;;~~;;;;;;~;;;;________ I was infonne d t h at t his who le reg ion is a loess fo r matio n, ver y few pl aces on earth being so favore~ . . Pt·in~itive fore st s, birds, tr~es, a~ d flower s : ~ ave ! ou nd it very d i~icu l t ~o locate Yann iga ns 2-0 -0-0-1-0-1 - 4 ~ wor k in b io logy will be well c a red abou nd o n e very h and. The soi l IS a nch , dust mul c h la u g hm g w tth a h ar - ~ In s uitab le sc hoo ls t his yem .. R e gu lars 0-1-0-1-0-0- 0- -2 fo r by Mt·. Boitnott. vest w h e n tic kled w it h a hoe. Th e Missouri R i ver is c u t ti ng a n ew bed It see~s th a t t he best ad vtce t~ at Batteries : Clements and H unt : _ __ _ th rou« ., h t ho usa nds of ac r es of land as ric h as t he N ile V alley. Any studen t can ce g tven them woul d be to fim sh Gru nwald an d Lege1· I MARRIE D MEN WIN AGAIN. interested in o rni th olog y, zoo logy, geo logy, or a n y asp ect of na tu r e may at least t he t wo-year co urse. T h e ma tT ie d men a gain showed I n the secon d game the Re gul~rs co nside r hi mse lf f o rtunate if located i n P e r u. c a~e back ~ n d bombarded t~e p l t- thei r sup e riority by trounci ng the SP ORTS E . L . MEN D EN H A L L. c hmg. fo r et g h t co u nter:s, wh tle t h e si ngle men 22 to 17, th is Lime in basP resident of F ond du Lac, Wisconsin, Norma l. ianmgans were ga. h~ rmg f uu r oif ket b a ll. The game was c l se and = = === = ============= ============= 1 G. Ta lb ot Hunt, Bobcat p itcl:er, Tho.rp's de li ver y •. one·~ of. which wa.s hard fought thruout. T he single men 1 R EPORT OF TEAC H E RS Hug h P . Stodd at·d, Malmo, Nebr . threw the ·Fourth of J u ly game for Schmdlers h ~mel. P t ~c ct ca l ly erro t.- l ied b y a si ngle p oi nt at t he c b se of BUREAU WORK K arnie Sundell , Hamburg, Iowa week Coach Cl em ents calle d off base- ~e~s ball beht ~d ~horp was respo nu- 1each of t h e first t hree quarters. With 1 Jl e won his game 5 to 1. R uby M. Taney, Colorado vie f or Ule VlCtOI y. but ten minutes left the manied men Th e f o llowing g r adu a t es of th is E ll a F r a nces Teich, Omaha Because of lack of games for t he .3co re by in.n ings : \ m ade a fi nal spurt to v\l:.to'<-y and ea~year from P eru have sec ured posi ti - ~ Zenas Te ic h, Auburn , Nebr. i Weepin g Watet· against P latt; mot.th. Yanm gans 2-1-0-0-0 -1· 0 - 4 ily out-clas~ed the single n; e n in lh e ons: Clar ence E. Thompson, Arcadia, b a ll p ractice u n til Mond ay. The Bob}~e~ola.rs. 3-1 0-2- 0-1 -1 -.~ I fina l quarter. Ma y Mi ll er Bec k, T t·aining School Nebraska cats go to P awnee City to p lay the Jattettes . Bttz1e and Co~en h avet, B itz ie and Sandberg were the ot t · at P em. L uci lle T hompso n , Ta bot·, I ow a : Indians on J u ly 17. The game is call- Thor p and Leg e t·. · stand ing playe t·s f or t he marri.d Irma D. Casey, H e r man, Mi ~so ut·i Claire It·ene Vea l, Verdon , Neb r. ed f or 3:00 q. m. ! men, wh il e Gilke~ on a :- d F. u · c e Ma r g a r et Atlan ta Cole, F air bury, Do rothy Wade, Sy r acuse, Nebr. Did you ~ee t he two yc ungest te n- D. W. B~ITNOTT SUCCEE~ S / s howed up we ll for th e s ingle men. Nebrask a The lma Frances W e lls, Om a h a ' n is p la yer s f ight it out to see wh o 1 A. E. HOl C H / G ilkeso n and B i:zie are unC:oubtMay L inger , A bet·deen, I daho I Harry Ande rso n Willi ams, Ord, wou ld ~t~: y in the to u rn ey f <5r t he . . · cd ly t h e two best men in the state Geo rge Raymond Will y, Wilbur, Ne braska seco nd rou nd? Bob by F a te l: o1: es to P rof. D. W. ~o ttnott, of C ape Gt r - 1confere nc e. It w as quite a treat f o;· tnf SU.IqaN Fulle r T a lton W oodie, Waco, N eb r. f olbw in the f ootsteps of h is br other a rdeau, Mo., w tll succeed P rof. A. E. the summer school stu dents to s ee Cr ystal Marg a ret Meyer, P a xton, Helen Marie Y eck, W ilcox, Neb r. Leo na rd, w ho was runner up in t h e Holc h in the bio logy d epa rtme nt, t hese men in action. Nebt·as ka P a ul Leslie Yost, Stockville, Nebr. Conf et·ence t hi s sprin g. whi le Profe s.;or B olch is on a lez v e Man·ied Men. ~· Go ld ie Mae Gr ec h , Mou nd City, Mo. The f a vorites a re still in t he to ur- of abs:ence a t University of Nebraska Ma r y E. Wil tse, Kans as G. F.G. F. P ts. Dessie W right, Laur e l, Nebt·. Myrl Em rick, Syrac use, Nebr. ney. The Misses Blankensr.ip and to work on his docto r 's deg r·ee. P rofCla rk, lg . 0 0 0 0 Ma ry C. Borne, Mad ri d, Iowa Lois F ishet·, Maso n City, Neb t·. Bo m e loo k like certa in '' i net·s of t he esso t· Boitn ott is especiall y fitted by Bitzie. r g . 3 1 7 3 Jessie F. Connell, P ocatello, Id aho ' Bessie Gillan, F airb ury, Nebr. lad ies' dou bles. The mens doubles trainin g a nd experi e nce for t h e 1 Cowell, c. 2 0 2 4 Spence t· M. Leget·, Elmwood, Nebr. Luc il e Harris, Salem, Nebr. I are not so certa in. Th e facu lty tea m posit ion. Sandberg. If. 3 1 0 7 Mable Gustafson Qu ille r , Omaha, Roy L. K la u t·e ns , F irth, Nebr. of Beck aud J indra w ill g ive a good A t p r esent h e is t eaching classes Bec k. rf. 0 0 ·o 0 Neb r aska i a ccount of itself. Amon g t he stt: d - in biology a t Cape Girardea u Teach1! Yo la Mae Lamb, Coffev ille, Ka n. Leg er, rf. 2 0 1 4 Ruth Strong Wamock, Farragut, W . Otto Oakes, K earney, Nebr. i ents there are suc h po~s ibil i ties ;:s ers Colleg e, Misso uri. F ot· t h e p a~ t I owa Alice Mar ie Sor e nson, Om aha. I H ansen an d H a nse n, Hoyt andDahl- t wo y ea r s he has teen h t:ad of t he Total, 10 2 22 6 - D. H. W ebe r, Sh u be t·t, N eb r. I The fo llowing member s of t he strom, Hoy and Morford , W illhoft b iology depart men t and dea n of the Single Men. E d na Alice F is h, F a lls City, Neb r . c lass will be in sch ool, most of w hom a nd P oo l, a nd so fo r th . college at the F la t R ive r Junior· Co lG. F .G. F. Its. Edn a Iren e Fish e r, L incoln , Nebr. have c hosen to f inis h t he ir Bac h elor s In t he si ng les both last ~p ring·s leg·e, F la t Ri ver, Misso LJ I'i . F lat R i vFaunce, rf. 4 0 1 8 La u t·a Kovand a, A t·izona. Deg ree i n P eru : . \ fac ulty c hampion, Mr . Beck, a n d the er is a p ar t of t he U ni ver sity of Th orpe, lf. 0 0 1 0 A nna Mae Maso n, Arizona. Bessie M. Church stude nt c h a mpi on, Mr Willhoit, are Missou r·i. And the profess ~ r h as 4 0 1 8 N a inie Lenora R obertwn, Lincol n . Geo rge J. Church in the r u nning. T he lad ies t it le wen t taug ht c la<ses i n sci ence in B e r e a Gilkeson, c . Taylor , r g . 0 0 1 0 Dav id F . Costello to Mi ss Bla nkens hip, w h o rema i ns to Co ll eg e, K entt<cky. He h as also h ::d A lvina Se lk, A lma, Nebr . 0 0 0 0 A lberta Skeen, Omah a, Nebr. Mark L. Cr a nd a ll defend her title. Wi llh oit a nd considerab le p u bl ic sc hoo l experi - Noerlinger, lg . 0 0 1 1 Ma t·jo t·y E . A r nold, Ham b ur g, I a. Mark Wi lso n D e lzell ·~ Blanken shi p h ave t h e best chance at ence, havin g been s upel'inte ndent of Majors, lg·. 0 0 0 0 Erma V era B:mtz, Fa lls City, Nebr. Gl enn P . G il keson t he mixed doubles, t houg h an upset sc hoo ls a t P rail'ie City, Hep p ne1·, a nd P oo l, f. Fo rrest George Bell, DeWitt, Nebr. W . A lton Hair wou ld not b e a total s u t·p r ise. Enterprise. Ot·egon; and at Jennings, 8 1 4 17 Mi llat·d De W itt Bell, Bradsh aw, Claren ce E dw in H awx by. T his is t h e most s uccessfu l tenn is Lou isana. I T ota ls, Running scor·e: Nebraska Raymond E. Hunter. season t h at P eru h as ever enjoyed. Mr. Bo itnott attended W este: n He le n A il e en Car man, R iverton, Ethe l C. L indahl. Sixty-two members h ave made the Kentucky Nor·mal for hi .:; earl y col- Married 1-3-5-7-8 10-12-14-16-1 -20 22 2-4-6·!:-9-11-. 3 -15 1--17-17 17 Donv in Cliffo rd Carte t·, Orfino, Irene P . Nelson. Ten ni s c lub a li ve-wire organizati )n. lege ed ucat ion. H e took his B. S. Single Referee. Yerkes. Nebraska Mu r ie l E lizabeth Scheuer. Sw immi ng classes ha ve f ill ed to deg r ee at V alpa r a iso University, in Scoret·, M. Delzell. James Conway, Stockvill e, Nebr. H a l'l and Ver ne Taylor. capacity a nd h ave kepi fi lled. P eru's I nd iana. He la ter took hi s A. B. deE ls ie J. Do lla r hi d e, Beatrice, N e b r. T.heodo t·e D ona ld W eimer. superi ot· sw imming poo l is one of t he g ree at Unive1·s ity of Orego n; and Pau l Du nl ap, Havelock, Nebr. Robert G. Whi ttemo r e. most pop u la r asset$ to t he "oldest he co ntinued h is worl< ot Oregon and Dr. M. MAC YEAN Ha d and W hitwell. norm a l sc hoo l west of t he Miss issipp i. too k h is Maste r's d eg ree. He has A lfrid Gi lqu est, Stromsburg , Neb r. SPECIALIST Ve rda June H aupt man, Colorado Mau rice Bo t·en . Di d you k ne w t hat Spencer Leger wo1·ked a yea r t 0wards his doctorate Eye, E ar, Nose a nd Th r oat Mab le Gertr ude J orm, Verdon , Bern ard 0 . Bostrom. is t he best w re~Ller on the ca mpus? at Un iversily of Chica go. Eyes tested, Glass es fitted Nebras ka Bemi ce Brec kenrid ge. · He held t he P e ru titl e a yea)· or two , T he professo r, h is wife and t wo N o. 717 Central Ave nue · ;Esthe r G r ace Kcefe t·, P apill ion, Milo B. Cla r k. he was Owen D a ly's W restli ng part- children w ill move to · P e ru in SepNebraska. Barto n Cl evenger. ner at A xte ll, and he won hi s b atall- tember and begin his duti es as acting NEBRASKA CITY, NEBR. Ollie May K lumb, Grand Is la nd. E lbert L y le L aug h li n. 1 io n championsh ip in the A. E. F. head of the bio logy department. Tho In Peru, Friday, 6 to 8 p. m., at Glen Me lvi n . T he Y a nn igans and reg u lar s sp lit t he students are sony to loose Mr. R uth V ic tori a Kurtz, Grand Island Dr. R eed 's office; Saturday 8:30 to Lou ise M. McC rory, In d ia n a Roscoe E. Wl'ig ht. e\·e n in a two-game series last week. Holc h, they may f ee l certain t h at the 11:30 a.m. at D r. Harajiau's residence Arthur Roge rs Majo rs, E ndicot t, A ll Degree peop le w ho desired po- In the f irst g ame theYann igans with

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sitions have sec ure d jus t about t he kind of a p osition they sought. The two-yeat· graduates wi t h experience have been located a nd i t look favora ble fo t· thos e w ho d o not h ave exper ie nce and who want pos ition s to be located before sch oo l beg i ns. T hose w ho receive e lementary certificates a nd tt·ni ners ' certi ficates

Coach Clements pitching a irtight ba ll a nd w ith two· Reg ula r·s, Beck and Hunt, in the line-up turned back the team le d by Captain Clark by a sco re of 4 to 2. Yerkes hit a hom erun. i n t his game. T he b a tte ry work of Clements and Hunt. was la rgely responsib le fo 1• the Yannigan victory. Sco r e by i nn ings :

THE MARDIS STORE IS A GOOD PLACE TO PURCHASE YOUR LUNCH MEATS, PICKELS, COOKIES, FRUITS a nd everything good to eat. Call at the store or phone 25


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·CAMPUS NOTES Miss J ohnson of Or leans Mi ss Bloss last week .

GREENE'S ICE CREAM

Wil ber Peck, '25, of Reserve, Kansas, vis ited with friends on t he campus Sunday and Mon d ay.

FACTORY

H aze l Rate ki n was t he guest of Grace ll'ene Lutgen at h er hom e in Aubu rn over the week-en d .

Nebraska City

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"THE OLD LINE IS TH E BEST LINE" FOR YOU.

Cla ud Matt hews, '25, and Lorenc Buisin g , '25, both of Falls City, drove t~ P eru Sunday, to v isit with frie nds.

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Mr s. W e ntz, p r esident of th e Nebraska Parent-Teacher Association, addressed th e stude nts at convocat ion Wed nesd ay on th e f u ndamenta ls and merits of the association .

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MRS. WENTZ SPEAKS ON P ARENT-TEACH E RS ASSOCI ATION

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On W ednesday, July 9, th e s ummer sc hool stude n ts of P eru wer e given ~ th e opp ortuni ty to listen to a n interesting talk, g ive n Mrs. J . H. W entz, P r esiden t of Nebr aska Br an c h of the National Parent-Teach e1·s Assoc iatio n.

PETE RSON PHOTOG RAPHER Peru, Nebras k a

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S he emphasized th e fact t hat t he two g r eat ed ucational i nstitutions a1·e the sc hoo l a nd t h e home. The refo r e since the wo rk of paren ts and teache rs is c losely allied, the P arent -Teache 1·s Association move' ment has rapi dly been gai ning distinction. WITH PHOENIX O R WAYNE SILK HOSIERY. W E T he object of t hi s great undertaking, as expressed by Mrs. W e ntz, ar e CARRY ALL THE NEW SUMMER SHADES. BE ST to ra ise l he stand a r ds of sc hoo l a nd ho me life, an d to init iate and stimu VALUES IN AMERI CA. late t he activ ity of ch ild life. T he f irst duty of the Association is to k now the school and; in so doing lay th e f ound a tion fo r construc t' ive wor k. I n order to be effect ive MAIL ORDERS P R OMPTLY F ILLED and h elpful t h e wo rk of t he club m ust in n o way b e connec ted with commercial, p oli t ical, or p er so nal diffe r ences, but it mus t be a de moc t·alic club w h e r e all mem be rs coop erate. T he work is devided i nto f ive departme nts: Organizat ion , Efficien cy, Nebras k a City, Nebraska P ubl ic W eJfare, E ducation, a nd Health. !_____,.,...,.;:.______,.,..____....~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I I n c losing Mrs. W en tz broug ht lo =:::;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;;;;;;~;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,;;;,;;;,;;___ ,____;;,;;;;;;;;;,;;;;;;;,;;~ our m inds t he fac t that t his grea t organizati on tl11'ough its work ereI ates the best publi c sent imen t, a nd con nects h ome, sc hool, and commun ity.

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George Willy of Heb ron, f ootball captain, '23, and Louise H arris drove up from F a lls City, Mon day. Mr. W illy took his b ach elor's degr ee he r e t his sprin g.

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Misses P at R oessle r of McCook, Mar g aret Albert of Omah a, a nd Gertrud e Roessler of F alls City, sp ent T hursd ay wi t h Florence Br oo ker.

OVERLAND CAFE

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Luci le Ha n is, '24, of A u bu r n, a nd Harry W illi ams, '24, of Ord, drove to P e ru Sunday, and v isited with f or mer classmates and fr iends.

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Helyn H u mbert, '23, d r ove down from Omaha, Sunday, to be th e guest at the Gil keso n h ome Mo nd ay and T uesday.

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W ill your account be a n asse t ot· a Habili ty ? T he Old Line Insurance GUARANTEES an asset for you. R ALPH W . HUNTER, a n alumnus of P e ru, is he re this summe r to tell you how the Old Line of L incoln wi ll hc.l p you.

Luel la D owell of Salem was the g uest of Ruby Lawrence W ednesd ay and Th ut·sday of this week.

Manufactures Greene's Q -U-A-L-1-T-Y lee Cr eam. Handled in Peru by almost every dea ler.

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The Evevrett L iterary Society held an u nusu ally interesting meeti ng on Th u rsd ay nig h t. Plans we r e fu r the red fo r t he E verett ch ape l p rogr am a nd t he Ever ett p icni c. T he remainder of th e eveni ng was turned ove r

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(Continued from f ir st p age) can be d one b y u sing the project meth od which mak es a living thing out of agri culture w ith which childl'en li ke to de al r ath er th a n corpses of s ubjects buried in b oo ks.

T HE COLLEGE C. S. CLUB STUDENTS!!

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The "Aryan R ace cr ossed the Atl ant ic and th e last lap of the long westward journey is begun. Still ano ther t ypical h er oic period d evelopes and I whe re shall we find its ep ic? Certainly not in Hia wath a, whic h is not concer ned wit h our r ace and bu t lit tle with t h e r eal Amer ican I n dian, fo r t h at m at ter. Cert ainly n ot in E vangeline, whic h is typ ical n eith er in matter n or m a nner." " The true American Ep ic w as d eveloped between the Missou r i River a nd the P acific Ocean in aproximately t he first fo ur d ecades of t he Ninet eenth Cen-

is wha t e very ambitious college s tudent and seni or i ~:~ think ing at t he present time. Life insura nce is o ne of the best , one of the most des irable, and one of the mo:;t sat il'facto r y a s a per manent ca lling . In assets and volume of business, life insura nce is one of t he thr ee lead ing busi nesses of this coun t ry, yet the field is co mpa ra ti ve ly und eveloped . Only seven per cent of all li ves in th e U ni ted Sta tes is cover ed by insur ance. T his g ives vou an idea of the fi eld st ill to be deve loped. As to REMUNERATIO N, r eports of college gradu a tes who have entered busi ness ind icate th at life ins ur a nce is at th e VE RY TOP as a SOU RCE OF I NCOME. Now is th e time to consid er w hat you are goi ng t o do at t he end of th e :;emester .

t ur y. Joh n G. Neih ardt w as born in Sharpsburg, Illi nois in 1881, bu t was ed ucated in Nebraska. Pe rson a lly, t he p oet is a m an of small st ature, h as

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THE FAY BAKERY CATE RS T O T H E STUDENTS Pas t ry, Warm Bre ad, Ice Crea m

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(Continued !lrom firs t pa ge ) W . Ot to Oakes Vina Kl ar Rudolp h Alice Mar ie Sorenson Ethel Thompson Th elma Frances Wells Hazel 0 . Wilson R osco E . Wrig ht

The "Philos" met for a g ood old social g atherin g on t he Athletic fi e ld , O1Ju ly 7. T h e "eats" were so appetiz: ing t hat anu mber of fo lks h ad a dif ficu lt time deciding wh en t h ey shou ld st op eating . ' Part of t he even ing was spent in p layin g base b all and t he fact was 1 r evealed th at the Philos have a "Babe 0 R uth" amon g t hem. Ever·y member parted for h ome exI p ressing t h at it was one of the most I enjoyab le t imes they h ave had t h is s umrner. ·

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1923-1924 Peru Pedagogian - issues 19-35  

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