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PERU PEDAGOG.I AN VOLUME XXIV.

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PERU, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, SE PTEMBER 26, 1928.

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TAKE-OFFS F EATURED " Get acquaint ed" was the spirit ·of t he 'College MixeT held Sat urday e;v_e- I ning on t he campus and athlet ic field. It is a n old custom to hold an affair Of t h is t yp.e each fall, as it seems t o p r o ve v ery successful in enlarg in g stud ents' "spe aki n g " and ...dating" acqu aintances. . Ident ificatio n car ds did t h eir sh a re in helping t o m ake !>he exchang e of names an e asy task. The crowd met at the gymn asium a nd made acq u aintances. F rom t h ere t hey proceeded past the library to- / 'IJVard t he training buil ding, past t h e 1 dormitor y, and over t h e hills to t he nthletic i;ield. Here the freshm ~n were 'introduced t o1 a few of th e out standing even ts of the college pro- . gram, c-0n vocation, footb all, an d orch estra practice.

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Pictured above are t he Pe~u Bobcats, 1927 champions of the Nebras ka Int ercollegiate conference. Starting from top left to right, they are: Naiman, Rog ers, Krejci, Parrigtt, To~t, Heywood, Hart, Selk, Williams, Rigg ins, Frady, Bunch, · Gaines, Majors, Kutnink (Assistant Coach), Graf (Coach), McElroy, Cart er , Hertz, Gariss (C aptain) , Brockman, Malm, Fort, Zorn, Shumard, Zook, Delzell, Young and Kerner.

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and its contents allowed to escape when t he Bobcats meet the power ful St. Ben edict's College eleven in the P eru b owl Saturd ay, September 29. In other words, thin gs may h ap pen! II Satu r day's contest will be the season-op ener fo r both teams. Co ach Lon R. " Little Knute" Graf h as been workin g a host of v eter ans and h as been 1 Co ach "Jimmy" Loveless pu shin g his fr eshm en charg es in an attempt to send a well-g roomed aggr egatoin ag ainst the invaders fro m th e war me r climes. So far, the work !'h as co nsisted mostly of sign al p rnc1 tise and dummy scrimmag e t o sandp aper down t he rou gh edges, but t h e I Bobcat men tor expects to unco rk some real practise wor k this week

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After the fr eshmen marche d F INISH TRYOUTS aro und t he athletic £ eld with Jap Sept. 28 Hu'm boldt at Peru. anese lanterns, they headed t he m arch' Oct. 12 Tecumseh, there. --·1m achine t ake the field against th e to .the cam pus where .t hey formed Annual Fall Play for 1928 Will Be : Oct. 19 Falls City, there. Jones, Keistet, Chatelain, and Boot ? Kansans. an aisle for the upper classmen to "The Poor Nut" Nov. 2 Nebraska City, here. Will Head Publication Captain · Daris Bunch, 208 p ounder, 1 march th r ou gh. Br ick ice cr eam and Nov. 16 _Shubert, there. · --' seems likely to get the call at center, cookies made t he ·freshmen 's wait CASTING IN :PROGRESS ~ Nov. 23 Pl~ttsmouth, there. "TIP" TO WRITE SPORTS w hil e a locker room full of b acks and w or th while. Nov. 29 Auburn, here. ' asp itrants fo r posit ions on the fo r 1 From• an ap.earances, S atw·d~y I Fall tryout s for prob ationary mem- i Sept. 28 .Humboldt, here. The staff for th e 1928 P ed agog ian ward wall seem to be h avin g a sn apnigb~s mix er assisted a ~rea: deal mi ber ship in Peru Dram atic Club were was ch osen by the News Writ ing py ti me fig ht ing it out. At any r ate helpmg to m ake campus f~1ends. completed last Thui;sday afternoon. j class on Th ur sd ay, Septem}}er 13. Th.e ; Coach Graf sh<YUld experience li ttle T vouts wel'e h d i n the Llttle ' ~ , .~ . , ; fo llowin we re se leC;ted f Olr t h e l> 11 S}- , t rouble in mo uld ing- a w i11 ntn g e l1wen !'Theatre, and th e number "'iof candi- 'I J: GIV ·~ ftions. l out of suc'h men as Majors · Parriott, 0 . • ' • •· • ! d ates w as quite large. ThO'S e selectPROGRAM I Man agin g Editor ---- - -.- - J oe .Jo ne- math ews, Roth ert, Pi ke, Hoffman, b · I T-ecumseh, Neb r. , McConn ah a, and Ivers on t h e wing. , ' . ed for fir~t sem ester pro ationa: y ' Editor - -- - - - --- - - -- - -- Don Kei ster : and Hert z, Brockman, Toft, Cowell, _ membership are : I M~ssrs Doyl~, B,e nford and Jindra Auburn, N ebr. _ _ j Ri ggins, Brun,sdon, and Gro01thius in

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Plans Made for Coming Year and Ru.dolf Anderson Ch arlot te Carlson "Eat s" Passed Out Fred Cole The Y. M. C. A. held its first meet- Harvey Cole ing of t he y e a r September 12 in the Frank Cope Little Theatre. Clay Coy

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. · 1- -0 -·- · - ., e r -- R a JP h Ch ate Iam to Busmess Ma11aa · 1 the -tackel births·, · say 11'ttle of KerP N b GIVE CLASSIC NUMBERS Ass't. Bus. ere r .Ed · B h i Delzell, R. H. Wilp i·k _h_ _ _ Dougl; s, wm oot F;wGler, Hurdle, Shestak, Si.m p. eru i es to ear Mr. Doy le sing. ;Sports EditO'I· "T' " R 0 b . . ms an rass g uards, and Miller Of particular merit were two num- 1 B ---~1-1 ---N bip erts and Brnnsdon to substitut e for CapIn a short op en iing 'address James Elvin Davenport HarV'ey Nickel b . rownv1 e, e r. : · B . Delzell, p r esiden t of the association, Donna Jane Delzell William Okrent ers offered by this popular instruc- IAss't Spor ts Editor ___ Roland Kreps Itam unch at the pivot ppst. welcomed the new comer s. and urg ed Anna Donner Edith Prokes tor last Wednes:day at convocation. Dawson, Nebr . , . Most likely candidates for posit ions that every one co-oP'erate t o make this 1 Dona ld Duryea Edward Shaefer The"fir~~ n~m.~er sung was the aria !Society Ed.i tor ____ Hazel Hutchinson I~n. the bac_kfield include Zook, K re~he btgg·est and bes t yea r for the EIO'~se Fairhea.d Russell Shaefer from ElLJah , Now _Take Away My I · Albion Nebrask a , JCI,. and Livermore at quarter with colleg e Y. M. C. A. Corrnn·e Frye Ralph Sellhprn ~ife," written Mendolssohn. Be- 1' Campus Editor -.' __ L _ Lucile Dowell : "Big J oe" ruling favorite; Casebeer, !_,eo Hauptman and Ralph Chate- i Ruth Ganz Earl Whipple ~ng .of. a very high type, this number Farragut, Iowa Sautt er'. .You~g, H ar t, Hurst, Sams, lam r epresent ed Peru at- the Estes· Marguerite Graves Walter Wiese ~s cli.f ficult to render. Mr . Doyle did !Faculty Editor __ Harold McCreight . and W1cma m the h alf back h oles Par k Y. M. C. A. conference this Velma Hansell EU.en Wilson it well. Fairbury, Nebr. :-and Hertz and Hart answering at s ummer. Mr. Hauptman brought Mary Hervey · The second song, "The Two Gren- jFeature EditoT ______ George Cook ; fullb ack. Casebeer, S autter and b.ack a very interesting The annual fall "The :Pooi;- adiers" (Schumann), is pa r ticularly i Nebraska City, Nebr. I Zook been given the m an-sizti ve report of t he coovent10n . Nut", by J. C. and Ellen Nug ent, has interesting after an ~nalysis of its Activities Editor _Raymond Ti'enholm . eel _assig nment o~ doing· t he kicking . A!-ter. the t.alk t h.ere was a socjal been receiving the attention of Mrs. musical phraseology. Repeated bits Peru, Nebr. Hei t.z for t he p r esent, period m w hich the old and new Joder.. club sponsor. Tryouts are in of the French anthem, the Marseilles., Debate Editor ____ Ernest Hasselblad j to di vi.de his t ime between wing and became acquaint ed. pr0<gress at present, and the cast will are to bp heard in the refrain. Mr. Per u, Nebr . fullb ack. Officer s f or t he present school b e a nnounced in a few d ays. This Do•yl•e was accompanied by Mr. R. T. . E ach mem ber o:fl the st aff h as been F r eshmen Stronger Than Usual y e ar follow : is a play of college athletic life, and Benford. • g1v-en work for the coming year. and I This year's freshmen stock has James . Delzell --- - - - - - --- - President will b e, i n dr amatic t one, a rather Again last Friday the Music de- j everything is wOi·ki ng smoothly. !taken a jump considerable abo'Ve par. Wilbur Schindler ____ Vic e P r esident light comedy. pa.rtm~nt had charge of the program, Mnr. h of t~e sport materi al_ nnd j T he yea~ling squ ad s eems to be enElton 'Reinmiller --- ----- T r easu r er this time presenting Mr. Jindra and news_ C()nc~rnmg t_he college will be I dow:d w.1t~ p lenty of figh t and h ave L eo H a uptman ---------- Secr·etary ' IMr. Benford. Mr., Benford first play- pubhshed m t he cit y papers. I ~lo i~feno~·1ty complex when mixing Mr. L. B. Math ews, pr incip al of . led Chopin·s "Polonaise Opus 53" , it with the varsity in daily dummy

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the h igh school, and Mr. Muhm, assistant professor of .g eogr aphy, are the advisers. On last We dnesday night the Y. M. W ill Be D . ' dition of Beethoven's " Cont r a _ Performed in Peru .urmg Dance." C. A . a n d Y. W. C. A. held a joint Holidays meeting i n the hig h school audit orFollowing these Mr. Jindra "played i:im·. Mary Gra~ took c~arge of t he "And Thou Bethlehem" is the title ; his second number first," which w as singmg fo lJowm g which Averyl . 'i "S · h D ,, b - R b H' . ' . ' of a Chnstmas cantata recently compams ance · Yi_ o yn. 1s secGames lead t h e dev otional. Jam es , 1 t d by M R T B f d f th ; ond offering "6th Air Varie,, by de 'p e e r. . . en or ' o e , ' D e[.Ze 1 II ma d e _sev·eral announceme:its . music department. The libretto was Beriot. The fine artistry Mr. Jindra and the r emamder ofl t h e meeting 1 ··tte b Mr A J D 1 f di"""layed in this number was self. . w1 1 n y . . . u n ap o 0 ma~k' was given over to an infor m al t ime. h a. The score provides fur four 1Jevid-ent.

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...I 'i at that pos1t10n on th-e fi rst-yea1· - -squad, while Coach Loveless h as un Dr. G. B. Do1son To Head Depart- 1 covered a shifty pair of ends i n ment at Nebraska Wesleyan Claussen of Har tington and Cowell of P eru. Rector of Weeping Water Word was oofficially publis hed at quarter, Schaffn er of Nor th Loup Th d h D G t h If d R urs ay t at r. . B. Dolson, new ' a one a an ailsb ack of P eru at head o:li Peru's English d ep:artmen.t, 11 th e other , and W alking sh aw of h BJ anc h ard, fowa, at fullback make up ad resigned his p osit ion. He will take up ne ".'." work at Nebr as ka Wes- a nice combination of. b all lug g ers.

p arts, chor us, and seve ral solos. Pro.grams by any mem bers of the FRESHME N MEET The premier performance of this .: music faculty are always greatly ap- leyan . University. Ackerson of Adams and F igher of The men met wit h Mr . work will take polace in Peru near the !preciated. Dr . Dolson has b een i n Pvru but Weep ing Water h ave been p layi ng Delzell on Septemb er 17 at convoca - Christmas holidays. Work has ala few weeks; neverth eless, h has the tackles with Stewart of A u burn tion time. I ready been begun. All persons of , BOBCAT SCHEDUL E many friends ·among th e st ,,dent J and !follenback of Elmwood outThe hour was spent i n t eachi n g the m usical incli nation who h ave . secret b ody who will regret to see him standmg at g u ard. The fresh man ne wcomers t h e colleg e son g ·.and yells. amb1·t1·ons of be1·l}g "fir.s t n1'!lht ~ e·r s" Following is t he Bobcat schedule: leave. We wis h him th e best of sue- squ passadsn also. agg p r omises h lfb much k f in Cole, w a Acc oird.ing t o Mr. "tbose will w elcome the opportunity of h ear At Peru: cess in his new position and extend . . · m g a ac r om eep Freshmen s ure can yell." ing this fir st rendition, as well as the 1s t . Benedicts, S atnrday ns Wesleyan m g W ater , and P riefert, guard, f'r om v.., , Sept. 29 . ' Uhear. ty . .tcongrat ·ulatio · Reynolds. 1 h I Th F h e· res men fri ends of the Maryville ' Mo " Saturday ' Oct " 6· mversi Y· · T dc ass s eld separate b 18 many · d f composer-pianist h And so, the spotligh t falls on the convhocation ues a_y , . ~pit-em er , who. are intereste rOlJll ot er pQints Chadron, S aturday, October 27. President P ate states that several curtain raiser. L ast year Peru h and at . t e colleg e aud1t or m m . of! VleW. (Homecoming) men are being considered as Dr. Dol- ed St . Benedict's th e short end of 19 M;r. Benfo•r d h as b een .., F r1'd.ay, N ovem b er 16. son's successor, and t h at one of these to 0 cou nt af ter a never -say-die con· Miss · Tear d had . hcharge· lf of Fthe bm eetf quite · s ueH K earuey, mg, mtr o ucmg erse as r es man cessfu l as a composer o music. e · will b e chosen in the near f uture. spons'er. After te. Uing , the class 1·h as m any s ong s now p u blish ed, and Away from home: . . d egree from test at· at Atchison, There is no bt Dr. Dolson r eceived his but wh the fi gh ting Irish werdou e one the plans for t he future s h e a n - is p ropably one of t h e 1-eading com- Oct. l-3, St. Louis · Uni., at St. Louis. Cornell University, Ithaca, N ew York, olf th e stron g est opponents the Bobnouneed t hat i nstallati'on of officers 1posers of Nebraska. Oct. 20, Still Co1leg e at Des Moines. and since that time has t augh t at cats met last y ear and the sportswould take place soon, and c andidates / Mor e d efinite inform ation as to the Nov. 3, W ayne, at Wayne. Buffalo University, New Yor k , May- 1manship ·a'n d hospitality shown towould b e v oted on two weeks af ter- exact date will a~pear i n the Pedago-- ~ov. 24, Omaha Uni at Omaha. ville Normal, Maryville, N. D., and ward t he visiting t eam is well worthy ward. giah later . , Nov. 29, T arkio, Mo., at Ta r kio. I College of. the Pacific, California. of note h ere .

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created, Glenn Slagle left early Tuesof the Caesars, or whether the rural lobby. D rop in and see us somed ay mornin g . News of' M r. Rho d es' mailman makes it in a country road time. , speedy rec o very i s a nticipated. after a rain. We may fool ourselves 1 into thinking t hat we're in the most \ THE MISCELLANEOUS CORNER FACULTY GOSSIP delightful rut in the world ; but how \ about out? I Some d ay when you're in the Ii- · -----------------.: I " I'm begi n ning to realize how 1it again, when we speak of set- i brary, take a look at the magazines Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay,. during the tie I r e ally k n ow, but t han ks to my thng m~ som~Olne may be reminded in the miscellaneous corner of the summer, trav·eled in W yoming and Peruvian Tells o·f Forme r Campus tp;ract ic·e t eachin g, I am g ettin g along alinost 1mmed1ately of the "grind." magazine rack. It seems as if all the Montana collecting material :flrom the College Arrang·ement v ery well," writes Cecil S t ark. super _'N ell, if it i.s, a continual grind, t here . "queer ide as" in the country have Historical Soci-ety at Helena,_ Wyo. . int ende n t of the m uni c ipal .. ward 1s something wrong. True enough, \somehow foun d their way to this ming, on the History of Nm:thern . Cap you imagine black waln ut school at Chappel, N e brask a. . Mr. we m ay need to grind ~ccassiona.lly place. Also, it seems as if the great- Wyoming, particularly in reg ard to Ib oard wal~s o~ the co Hege. .campus? Sta rk enj~ys . his work, and h as been to sharpen the edg e of intellect, but 1 er part of t his pile of propaganda the Big Horn Basin. Mr. and Mrs. l? an you 1magme_ P eru without a n )made cha irman o f the N . S. T. A . th~ axe whi~h is continually on the /has been sadly neglected. Perhaps Lindsay went through all the n·e ws- mch ~:Ii pavem~nt m town? Such was membership committee for D e u el g rmdstone will never do any wo•rk. students are doing a little thinkin a papers in northern Wyoming and lth.e picture pamted· by C. L . Hopper, county, He p lans t o en roll D euel An incessant grind is not hing but a !for themselves, after all. .,,, sou_thern Montana. They also inter- a student from 18~7 to ~901, w.ho was county t eachers one h undred prer c ent. rut. . · viewed old settJ.ers, among them, Mr. Ion the cam~s with his f a mily last _ __ Look aro~~d- investigate . things CONC:ERNING BELIEFS Beck, w ho accompanied Cofone! w. \Wednesday. That brilliant man of affairs, A.r t h Before dec1dmg upon a Journey W . Cody into the Big Horn Basin. When asked if Peru had changed u r L i nda hl, who r eceive d his degreethrough this institution, search out We do not wish to open that old Ano t her ·e minent person whom they Iany since he was a student here, Mr. in 1927, is a g ai n among us a s as sist your dest inat ion, then select your much hashed-over controversar y-sci- interviewe d was Mr. Hayden, who Hopper replied tliat t he girl's dor - ant t o Dr. Brown, r e gis t rar. road. Most of them are well marked, -ence vs. religion-herein. W·e only surveyed the city of Cody, Wyom- mitory was the only :fiamiliar b uilding s urfaced, but chucky _in_ spots. wish to urge students, particularly ing. Mr. Hayden is a .graduate of the and that Miss Clark, langua ge in- \ W a lt e r Alfs, d egTee '27, a n d L lo yd Select your work, hit it hard, do as new students, not to become unduly University of Nebraska. They inter- structor , was the sole survi vor of t he I Beemer, deg ree l ast s u mme r are ·en muc? else as you can. Don't be excited, and to look at the propmsi- viewed Mr. Hall, the man wha sent faculty of his day. He said the joyin g envi able posit ions 'teaching afraid to correct mistakes, or'. if ne- tion with their reason in control of the message from Fort Stanborough t:ees have made an enormous g rowth manu a l t raini n g at Mankato, Minnece~ary, :o start. -all ov~r agam. Set- their intellig·ence. to Omaha, announcing Custer's de- smce 1901. The campus, with it's sota. Mr . Alfs is supervis or of mana trifle wanly; then keep In so fas as taking sides with beHall resides near Fort Washspaced buildings, and hust - jual arts tn the junior high s chool . · liefs, many people seemingly find a ak1e. He has been in the state Sen- mg students, seems very small and lthere. You go wrong, but •volll shii.rp corner to turn when they reach at e smce · W yommg · · • d t h at b might . was a dm1tted to crampe d , h e sa1"d . H e exnJame pro ably won't. college. Adolescence is rather free 1the Union. ~e ha~ b~en on the Neb~·aska plains 1 Waldo Willhoft, w h o r ec-eiv.e d his OUR POLICY (almost caref1ree) minded; and there Mr. Lindsay has the contract to smc~ eav~ng PerU, a~d was used to degree in 1926, lef t Saturda y fo r Ann is a sharp and sudden narrowing edit the papers of John w. Deane, loo~i~g miles and seemg not h ing but Arbor, Michigan . He i ntends to -en-

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. Here is your first Pedagogian of down,,to be .encounte!'ed "within· the Iwho was a colO'nel the Civil the year. Doubtless, it contains a walls. Nearly any person has men- War, and at present is Mayor of Mr. Hopper taught school t wo host of errors and imperfections. tal ability enough to keep his bal- ,Meeteets~, Wyoming. S~eridan ~ounty for six years. In These we will make an honest endea- ance on this ,question, but the tenMr. Lmds.ay also had use of< the this capacity he h as had ampl-e .opvor to weed out :a5 time passes, and d ency is to make decisions without 1dia ry of D octor Thomas Mghee. Mr. lportunity to observe several Peru as our experience grows. rnfficien t p1•eponderance of though t . iMghee _accompanie_d Captain Bates 1 tea~hers. Th~ sai;ne spirit of loyalty We believe i· n the newspaper as an Nabody h ' . ht t . and Chief Washa.k1e on a raiding ex- \which was high rn 1901, a n d which 1 a as a ng o make a dedT · h · d h" t d influence for good. By mak1"ng the cision wh" h d" 1· . !Pe I ion mto t e Big Horn Basin. IC use im o sen severa l students m 1savows re 1g1on or re- Th" · t0 P · "d · Pedagogian a g ood newspaper, we pudiates' . . . 1 ' 1s was t he raid called Bates's Bateru, is evi ent m today's graducan also make it a potenti al influence yea ' t' s:c1~nce, m ess tha~ two tie orf July 4, 1847. ates of P.eru, he declared. He h as for the upbuilding o:f1 the school. rs ~m~ colleg·e. And, m two Mr. Lindsay wi'll use this material ·..s'een several members of Peru's alumTh f th h" ty.earstho s ~ Y with careful medita- he has collect:ed for ·h is doc tor's dis- \ni w ho have succeeded in their ~eld. ere oire, e t mgs which in our 1011, ere is very much less dang t t' H · · "Th 'fi · q own minds, are good wi'll be' placed of a a·1ca1 revolut·o t k' · I er ser a 10n. e 1s assistant professor e cert1 cate issued to me is still ny ra · h " · rd · 1 wi.th in _its pages. We expect that . . . n a m g P ace. m istory and other social sciences Iva I · It nearly expired rec ent ly, but some of you will not 1 Reh gwn I S too vital a t hi ng-too and instructor in English at Peru I was called on to fill an unexpect ed a ways · Ious1Y preserved preced- H e 1s · a graduate of the University of· vacancy, and that preserved i t " he with what we say- in fact e dagr eet ancient a Jea 0 ' ' w no ent set bv N b · want everybody to agree with what , · . : our a~cesto.rs-to be cast ·e ras k a with the A. B. and M. A. sa1·a· Mr. H opper h as ~ade his 'home we say, fpr an unop,posed statem nt h astily a~id:. Science 1s too positive, deg rees, and a g r adu ate student at o_n a r a nch at Hay Spnng s, N ebraska, is ooten one of li.tt\e moment. ~oo convmcmg a thing to be blindly the Univ·ersity of Minnesota. smc~ retiring from the teaching proever, if you do disagree w'th ig nored. And here is the marro•w of fess1on. come around a nd tell us ab~ut ~~'. the whole t_hin~· Neither h as any busiMr. E . C. Beck, former Professor Anyone who h as any :flaith in a con- ness meddling' m the other's business. and Head of the English Department E.AiRLY ' ELEMENTARY ELECTION viction should not be afraid to set it D? not t hink yon are "st r addling of Peru State T eachers College w as Ruth Sm edl-ey of B rock, N e bras ka, forth. With this purpose in mind the issue" when you try to view both a welcomed visitor on the campus re~hen, we are creating a Public Opin~ of them fair-mindedly. You are .not, cent ly. Mr. Beck receiv·ed his Ph. D. w as .elected Presiden t of the Early Element ary Council w hich met in t he 10n co1lumn, wherein anybody has the for they are separate spheres ofl from Peabody College at Nashville Kinder.gar ten roorq Tue sday eveni n g right to air his views in a signed t hought- "as far as the east is from Tennessee. .He will be the head of at 7:30. statement. We hope it will be used. t he west." the En.g lish Department of Mount The evening was sp en t in p l aying . ~ls~, it will b~ the policy of the . Shall we g iv·e up our religion? PJ.easant Normal School, Mount Pleased1torial staff to mclude. as much as Ce1·tainly not Sh II h . . ant, Michigan. Mr. Beck was g radu- games and initiation of fresh men. 'bl . . · a we, t en ig nore t d · h h After the usu al business was brou g h t poss1 e, creative matenal of merit what science teaches? N ' ' ·1 a e w it t e Class of 1912, of which b efore t he council, installation of\ O'fp~·oduced by Peru students. M:ake your mi"nd heh. ~y, lfven Y· W. N. Delzell was adviser. ficers took place. As fo r th e ma tt er of ed1tonals. · . ave i.tse and vou forget there is a . fl" ' Light refreshments were served, Mi-. Alfred Crag~, Professor of Edmay accept, as the unqualified st~te- isn't. con ict, for t here a.nd the meeting adjorned . (Continued on Last Page)

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(Continued From Page 2) u c ati on a nd . Head of Dep.a rtment of Education, left Friday, Sept. 14, for the University of Iowa, at Iowa Cit y, Iowa , to take up work on his Ph. D. degree. Mr. CrafSO assisted durin~ the period of reg istration and helped to : g ive the mental tests.

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Peru is proud of her , Training Cinder Men Working Out For Kear~ School. Each year there has been of adve rtising they have contr~­ ney-Peru Marathon 'Meet an increase in attendence in both the but ed: To s t udents : PedagogtSenior and Junior high schools and an advertisers are up and comMany track stars are limbering up in the grades. This is due to the ing. Let's p atronize them'! for the Dual Country Meet with the splendid administration in ·cooperaKearney Teacher's at Peru, Novem- tion with best instruction p ossible. her, 16, during the Peru-Kearney Ali departments have increased in c=-~=i.c:;:-...c:::::>..c::::::,..C:~:::::,.C=>"'::::><=:::>'~c:= football game. size as is shown by the enrollment. V·erne E . Chatelain, Professor of The course has not been definite!)\ The Senior high school at this time Service W ith a Smile History and Other Social Scie11ces laid, but will probably start flrom the! has an enrollment of 112 students; / and Head of the Department left "P.eru Bowl," go up: Joy . Hollow, and the J~nior high school .has 63; and I recently for the University of Minreturn back to the athletic field. They the Kmdergarten to sixth grades i nesota where he will finish work for SHOE will finish between halves of the have 106. I his Ph. D. degree. Mr. Chatelain Peru Neb.raska ~ fo otb all game. 1 Many new students have c ~me to· j was there !ast year, having returned c:::,~~ The following men have reported: : the Training School this year. Th'E!y I to Peru this summer, to carry on his Dick Williams. track star in half are: I work .Jn the college. ~~ Brownville: mile and mile will lead the Bobcats. CAPTAIN DARIS BUNCH He showd up unusually well at the Harold Armstrong DR. N. S. HARAJIAN Captain Daris Bunch will l~ad his A. B. Clayburn, Professor of GeoHarold Furnas State Meet last spring. DENTIST team mates into action for the first . graphy, has left for the Unh1ei:sity Howard Furnas Mumper, another track veteran is X-RAY SERVICE time this season against St. Benne1 of Chicago'. w· h ere he wm carry on Ivan Newton wor~iqg out for thet earn. diet's College of Atchison, Kansas. wor'k for his Doctorate. Om Bam e» Pharmac y . Tel. 2' Josephine Hylton Gallaway of Plattsmouth, a high- j Bunch was chosen all-state c~nter on Margery Kelly school s tar last year in distance'S is the mythical team of last year and John R. Muhm, Assistant Professor ~~~ Katherin·e Whitten ..., also working for a place with the bids fair to repeat agaiIJ this season oil Geography, is taking over Mr. Margie Lawrence Bobcat tracksters. He placed well in . , Clayburn's work while the latter is Nemaha the . MINK meet. ;:------------..,...-------.-, aw,ay. Mr. Muhm is a .graduat e of Roland Stevenson Vincent. Briggs of Falls City also a 1the University of Nebraska with B. S. Helen Howe I and M . .S. degrees. For the past four star quarter mil-er ;s l!ppearing regABOUT THE CAMPUS Blanchard, . Iowa: summers he has taught Geography at ularly :fur stiff work outs. TVES. SEPT 25 ,: Elizabeth McGinnis the Stat~ Teachers College of EmFred Coie, Glen Cope, Russell Mrs. Johnson, wife of Doctor Johnporia, Kansas. Syracuse: Sheafor and Ed Sheafer are showing "The Better Ole" Eloise Fairhead up well. son, of Peru, will ·a ssume Emily JohnThomas E. Er.mis, Assistant ProStarring Syd Chaplin in a side ll Tecumseh: ·S'On's p·o sition of college nurse. fe8Sor of History and Other Social splitting w ar comedy. Also • 1 LIBRARY FEATURES Olita Fink ~ Sciences, sp:ent three months this comedy. Miss Branson, assistant librarian Julian: A very noticeable increase in num- summer as a counsellor and aquatic gave a very interesting talk to all Litta Hauptman Wed., T b ur 5 ., Sept. 26-27 bers of stu"dents is found i; the Art director in a camp for boys located new students ,on the campus, ThursElmwood: "THE CROWD" - Department. There are fifty or more on Lake Mille Lacs, in northern Minday at ch apel t ime. Lela Horton Her talk was in regard tq the nesota. students tak!ng Art .this year above Rulo: King Vidor's greatest s u c c e ss kinds of cards, use of desks, use of ' last, many more being found in the ~~~'hd"d Gladys Tackett smce e --., 1recte "T.he Big reference library and t he explanation 1 Burr: requiPed Art classes as well as in .Parade." Eleanor Boardman of all library rules. : Naomi Wilcox Design classes. and James .Mur ray starring in P-rinted copies of library rules were this .big vroductioa. Auburn: given out at the close of the meeting. Thelma Pasco More students· are taking Physical 1 Colorado: Science this year. There are thirtyENTRANCE TEST GIVEN F.ri., Sat., Sept. 28-29 Iris Burkey six in Elementary Chemistry, whereTwo hµndred twenty-eight FreshMILTON SI LLS IN Gerald Tyler as there were about twenty in times men took the entrance test which was past. given during the first week of school. R. R. Wonder, coach of the Peru About twenty :.five_l!lor~ did not take

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A number of students are enrolled' in the Mathematics and Maaua.l Arts courses with the intention oil eventually taking up Engineering at the University. Increased numbers taking Manual Arts necessitated a diviSion ~f the year's work so th!\t a part will receive second semest ei: courses the first semester.

The Training School campus should All · the Penmanship students of appeal t o all Training School stu- the second term 'of summer school LATE LOCALS dents as well as others. The lawn in were g ranted their Palmer Teacher's , . front of t he building is in fine con- 1Certificate. This makes the first one!.--------'· dition and gives a pleasing effect. hundred per cent class of Pen.manLast Tuegd ay night a squad picture J All play.ground equipment has re- ,ship students here at Peru. · was t aken of the Peru Bobcats, which ceived a new coat of p aint, and pre- 1 -· , ":'ill be sent to the St. Louis Univer- 1sents a pl~asing appearance. The . W. R. Pate, President, att'ended r-----......;.._ _ _ _ _ _ _ __, \

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PERUVIAN NOW . UND'ER WAY!

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OPINIO!'! This PUBLIC pape r hopes to serve the college as " the voice of the peopl~." Hereafte'r, therefore, we soli~it your grievances, petitions, appeals, pef g rouches, joy.ous exuberance's, atld whatnot for our' Publi~ Qpinion column. This is one of the parts of the paper which staff members cannot sit down and write. Deposit all such material in the box near the door to the iR egistrar's Office. Be s ure to sig n all ·.articles.

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The P eruvia n, the college's yearCoach Graf's Bobcats p lu nged, book, h as beg un op erations fo r the p assed and kicked t heir way to a 6 year's work. At a class meeting h eld P.E~t;nt w e re looking for ward t o a t o ' O win ov er the St. Ben edi ct Ir ish . T uesday, Sept emb er 25, the Senior great ..Y~ar f.or - the .<?rg~m,iza1;io·n on frdm Atchison Saturday, September I ~class ele cted as Edit or -in-Chief Wil~he ca.mpius. 29, in the Peru. bowl. · i i i bur Schin dler · of F alls City, N ebras; The ;mee ting w.as opened by Amzie t . Alt.houg h penalties took. t heir usu al I ka. To the posit ion of B usiness ManGrass who ha·d charge of t h e d evo- · . . . . early season toll, the Bobcats showager P aul Combs pf Tabor, Iowa, tionals. He emphasized .th at ed considerabl.e driving power on the was elected. bur life we "Choose t 4e r i g ht. path." I · ·· , ··' . offense and displayed :unusual "stonel The ' staff will be chosen shortly, Mr. Pate gav.e a very int erest ing wall" qualities on the defense. af ter which organi zed staff work will 1 and instruct ive talk, nis subject beThe lone · tally of · the game came j begin . From the Sophomore cl~ss 1 ing; "Th e Status of R eligious Thought late in the ·first quarter. Captain . ' · • • t here is yet to be elected two assoat tlhe Present Tim e." Crowd_. Invades T 0 W n , Bunch's kick-off was .received b y 1Marren, Mathews, Dyke i ciate editors a nd an associate busi. He bro1Ught to the ' atten ti.on of. 'th_e j Homes, and Campus· J ohnson o"n his own ' 18 yard line a nd New :Presidents ' l n ess manager. ~!1e remaii:ider of the society these facts: Egypt, early in . returned 6 v ards. Both tean1s failed I staff Hold appointive . offices. . 't he histo ry, h a d been a great ! . Last' Frid·ay evening was! t h'e time t o gain and the exchange of punts The three upper classes h ave h eld I Negotiations for the printing a nd powe1· but that she h a d p assed into whn the Bobcat was certainly let. 01,1t n ettled Peru 20 yards. Peru took the t heir el1ections for t h e coming _y.e ar. ' engraving con t'racts have been u ndcadeTic-e. 'J,'her:,i Assyri a came t o , t~e of the bag ! Led by t he f our cheer b a·u down t he fie ld t o the 20 yard The following paragraphs contain der way, an d t h ese co'ntracts will be top but ~he also .fell, nex~ Babyl om a leap:ers and _s~veral musicians. a p e p- line \vhere. t hree p en alties.. push ed a resume of t h e. elections' resul ts: : signed shor tly. :rose ~mly to n u mber hersel~ . wit~. inflcted m ob · of g ood-will r ioters th em back to m id field again. CaseS eniors j The Peru vian · h as ' been ' p u blished t ho.se of the p ast. 'Persi a rei'gned su- sto r me d t h e fo rtific ations at sev-er al b~r's p!Unt "rolled dead in t he end At a r ecen t meeting Harold Mar- by t he · school for a long period of preme but likew ise co'l.lld n ot stan d po1ints of · vantage, and gained t h e zone. F ailing ' t ? itain fr om · scri_m - ren, T ec·umgeh, N ebraska was elect- 1time. The .19?7 P eru':'1an commemothe test, then came t he ·Gree ks under vict ory with little effort. m age, W alsh, Benedict's fullback ed president of t he Senior class. ; r ated the sixtieth anmversary of t he the mighty Alexander Qnly to pass E a r ly in -~he evei;iing, . vagu~ z;umors ; droppeCi b ack and booted the pi~- , Mr. Marren attende~ summe r and . college. Each year the . boo~ h as µi µme ~nto det:adence w ith t h e oth- a b,;mt;something or other in t he· form I s~.n t o Young· who :v~s d ropped m I winte~. scho.ol h er-e d uring the years I s?m~ c~ntral . t h eme which IS car~r's. '11he gre.a t . Roma_n E mpire ·:was of rally -wer e going about, but n~- i his. t1:acks on the Visitors 40 y a rd I of 1924 to 1928, a nd h as taugh t fo ur I ried th1o~gh its pages. . ·next line but she far e d no better b a d y k n ew anything . fo r sure. Then •line. ,. !years. The 0~1ces of the 1929 ~er~Vlan is than those following, and ' noy.r we a bout n ine o'clock *~- ~mbas~a.d eS, t hen came ac tion . " Big J oe's" Ot her offic ers elected were: 1Iocated m t he college_ aud1torm m. . . ~ave .t he Anglo-8.axo,n race carvying w h o h a d done t heir w ork well, st ar t- th'i:illing p ass · to · Young for 34 yards Averyl Gaines __.____ Vice-President l Mr. W . R. Carter is the Sem oi c i vilization. onward a nd µpward: . e d to gath er con verts from every COi'- p ut t he , Bq bc~ts in scoring pcrsi tfo.n Peru , Nebraska I class sponsor. . The speaker gave two• c auses for Iner. The wh ole g roup gather~(). in on t he Kansas"s 8 y ard line. A p lunge Margaret Clineburg ------ Secr etary : ·- - - -t he decadence of these r aces. F irst, 1 front of- t he Library building and I by Herti, anoth~r by Casebeer a nd a P eru, N ebrask a : · ( Continued on Page 3._) j' s t ar teq out fu r town. On t he way j third b_y Hert z placed t he ball across jHar ol d McCreig h t --- - - -- T reasurer 1 - - - - ------;:;_ t h e abod e of Coach G~af .was visi ted, t h e last white _H_ne .... for , six -~oints. I F airbu ry. Nebraska j 'UE ~nd, of Cl'> u'.r .e. hew .5 cbl~d-!?'. ed tu. d •' ':-:Big J oe's" ~oe :tailt:u i tl!lln..-t n :fu J u nio rs . r - -1 HIJ h ver an oration to the frenzied popu- t he 'extra pomt, . Claude Math e, .,s, F alls Cit y, Ne- 1 • lace. . . . , . ~ '.J'.h~ rem.a.ii;i~l~r of t h_e g ame. had i ts br~ka, was elected P~esident of the Pleasmg .Program By So. W h en the bus mess . section was thnllrng , room~nts. ,Peru m1ssed . a Jumoir class at a meetrn g held Tues- , ctety Tafent r-eached, m ore jolli,fication fo llowed, t_~uchdown i n t he .thir d qu a~·ter by d ay at chapel ti me in room A202. Play Involves Use of ;Entire climax e d by t he arriv.-al on, the scen e a y ard... S~veraJ dnve~ deep 1~to t he The other offi cers are: •NEW MEMBERS ADDED of C aptain Bunch, who likewise de- invader's 1rerriloty were cu t -short by jD aisy Pierce --- - - - - - Vice-P residc_m_t......._~~-Club ..... _·..,· ' ~ ~ _.._. .. 'rhe. third Y. M. C. A. meeting of the year #w as well a t t ended and an

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ivered an or at ion. ·- · · lrp e n alties. B~rtlett, Iowa . 1 · The first r egular m eeting of t he The bun ch th en swung back up . th'e Sig hs ·o r oke from t he st and s wh en Doroth y Mar trndale -- - - -- Secr etary . Philomathean society w as held in t h e hill to P r esident Pate's r esidence, and R igg i n's recove r x , of 1.\- fumbled pass Om aha, Nebrask a : 1hig h school auditorium last Thurs day . ; The cast fo r th e firs t three-ace g reeted him with vigor . From the nce . (Continued on P age 4.) Willi"!i.m .Okren t - - - -- - -;--- - Treasurer evening. D r am at ic Clu b play is now comp lete. t h ey p receedecl to Dea n DelzelJ!s, at / .. ' l ' I H a mburg, ,Iowa. 'A very fin e program was present , T hose player s p assin g the t r youts wh ich place, of course, .t hey we r e Sophomores : ed The first selection was a p iano have b e en · assigned p ar ts as follows: war m ly g r eeted. ' ' 1f f D·a le ' Dyke, •Malvern , Iowa, wns soio by Miss Lucille Hu ghes, "Bu tterJ.o h n Miller - - ---- - D-0n a'ld Du r yea T h e ffn al. action was a fl an k moveelected P resid ent of t he Sophom0>r e fl y," by Grieg . ' Ruby Brown nex t Col. Sm all - - - - - - --- - Leo Hau ptmai:i ment upon t he Dorrrut ory . .The who~e ' I · rtcfass at a meeti ng held Tu esday a t s ang two number s, accompanied at ,;Spi'ke" Hoyt ___ ___ Ralp h Sellhorn aggre.g·ation clustered about t he fron t - .- .- . . . 1ch ap el time in the hi gh s'C1100J au di- .the pia no by Lucille Hu ghes, Jo y Coac h J ac kson - ~---- Harvey' Ni ckel p orc_h and listened t~ some dig nified p t Fl h F on torium. ! Mickel pl aying t he violin obligato. Magpi e W-elch --- - -·-- Cedric Cr ink .remar ks of Mrs. Dun nin g. · rep~. e.r~. ·. "as · ·- <?rm Other officers are : I Miss Brown's numbers were "Indi an P r o.fesso.r Deming -- -- H arvey Co.le S o n gs and yells thereup on ffow..ed Muddy Grid - . Ernest Rothert -- - --- Vice P res ide nt I D aw n," by Zamecnik and "One Fleet"Hu b" .Smitn ____ : :_ ___ ___ Clay Coy quit e free ly , and, ~s the revelers were ~.1.' • H arv ar d, Nebrask a . · ing ·Hour," by Do~·othy Lee. Her se'"Wa.IlJ.r" Piei:ce - - --- - Ea1·l Whi·p ple ' ·t urnin g hon:iewar d, the str ains of VISITORS ARE SCRAPPY I Mar garet Bump -- - ---- -- Tr easurer lections wer e delivered in a way "'Doc" Sp urney ____ Wall ace Herve y " T aJJ'I?" ·~ ame_, floatin.g out f rom somf:l· . ~· ' . Wi t chita, ~ansas : , which was hi g hl y pJeas(ng to · all l ( ~ .... . "' • · ~· A Fr~shman - - - - -- - ---- - J ohn Bath where--a fittm g close t o a most glo~·Co ach W o nder's Peru Prep sters 1Mary Gray -.- - - -- - - - - - - - - Secretar y ' p resent . Ju lia Winters __ Margaret Clineb urg ious occai>ion. . ,h d d h h' .· .. . .,_ H n1 boldt . Sidney, Iowa. I Felix Sum mers enter tained wi t h a , ·an e a muc eavier u • 1 • • .i Mar gie Bl a)ce ~-- --· -'---- Marie L ash · ·. l , ch'a lk talk in w hich h e acq uam tea :$.eggie -- ~---- -..,... · Charlotte Ca rlson NEW RECORD FOR ~gh school ·eleve~ · the shoi•t end of , EVERETTS HEAR i t he society' w it h many creat ures from B et t y --- - - - -- -- --- --- Lois Metcalf 1928 REGISTRATION 12 to 6 count Frnj ay,_, 2.s . ! . . 'FIRST PROGRAM ' t h e ordin ary fa rm to t he South Afri H e len ·- ---- -- - - - - L ucille N ewcomer " In t he Peru b owl. · can jungles. · 1

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Al t hou g h th e game was y ia:ed . on ,' .. , . iI As a fi tting; clima~, Mr. Benfo rd,, inslick fi e d, it 1 was fill ed ! Officers Elected and Probatione rs a re struc to r in piano, p layed "Scherzo This play, w.rttten abo_u t c_oll~gi nte ·_, 1 ; ' : AtteQdance ,;.,it h t hrills and st ellar performan:e~. ·\ <:;bosen j 16," by Mendelsso hn. His seco!1d life, can no t be . poTtr ay ed any mor.e a · H um boldt received th e_ openi ng I - - - , nu mber was "Tang o in . D," ~Y Al1 r ealis t ically than by college p eople. Reg1str atfo.n is now v1 rtu Uy com- kick -off and fo u nd t h e gom g to ugh f The Everett Lit er ary Society h eld . beniz. . , The plot . h as , p~enty . . of ' move-. 1P_l_et_e, ~n~ t he _i·esults sh~~ 1~- be gr a- t~rough t he plu~ky -~obk.ittens: The~ its first meeti n g of t h e year in the F ollowing tht me; ti n g !mp or tan t inen t, a nd is matenall_y a.ided _by se:v:- ·tif y m g to e';ery9n~- who is. m t erestea . k1ck~d _to p ash e1, midget Pr~p. qu ar t L'ittle- Theatre,- Thursd ay, . September . business was discu ssed and 1t w as deera l u nique and v aried stage setti ngs. in Per u St ate Teachers College. The er , who returned ~h~ b all _to m1 d-~e!d. 27. cided to ta ke t we nty-one new, merr)Th e d ate of performanc~, t?g~th~r t ota l .enro llmen t a t p r ese nt .writi ng The n behin d a b~·ilhant ~)spl ay 0 ~ m- ; The busin ess meeting came. firs~ in hers in to t he society. w it h · ot her information, will oe p u o- . . ' terference, t h e h ttle P ei u fi eld ., ~n- the order of procedure. 1Nomm ations lished at a l a t.e r date. · :is. fi~e ~uµd~ed eigh t. . . eral ,g alloped aroun<l t~e encl ~or , were m ade fo r vice-presiqent a nd se- J This lS q mte a subs t antial ' mc1-.ease t w en t y five y a r ds, p lacing t h e ~ig- cret ary to fill v aca ncies' in the cabi- 1 PROF• TYLER HEADS ALPHA MU OMEGA' ·~ ov e r f ormer· years, showing t hat t he . s_k in ~n Hum_b oldt 's te n yard hn_e. net. J oe Krejci of Pl attsm~u th, Ne'DELTA ALPHA PI . ELEC - TS OFF ICERS gain s in enrollmen t fo r t h e . p ast fe w ·A ser1es of lme plun ges , by ~aptam b raska, was elected vice-president and , e~rs· a re quite consist ent. 'For a App~eg ate a n d_ Ne:V~o n t ;ar~i~d . th ~ ,Bernice L9vitt, of Crab Orc h ard, Ne- 1".Pla ns (or a n Initia tion Meeting a re Y . . ·b all over the lme fo1 tlie fiis t cou n- braska was elected secretary. Discussed Plans Reviewed for Mem ber ship ' in s~ort period ~f y:"f,lr~. t he ·reg1str~t10n : ter o:f the g·ame. The pass for the ; P aul' Combs, Ben Groo thuis, and National Organi:lation fi g ures were ~nclmed to be statw or i extr a po~n~ was k nock ed_, do wn. Elmer Hertel w er e vo ted from p roTyler, p r ofesso r of Ru ral The p !lay also calls f o r 1 a numb,;er

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Benfurd, R. T. - - - --- - -----------Home - ---- - ----166 ' - Clements ------- -- ---Brandt, Ruth G. ---- - ----- - ---Brown, Dr. Castle ~ __ ____ ______ Home ----- - - -- - - - 42 Brown, Mrs. Castle M. __________ Home ----- - - - - - - - - - - - 42 Brown, · George W . ______________ Home ---------- - - - - ---- 65 6 Bra nson, Libbie A. ___________ ___ Home --- - - - - -- - ----- - ---- I~l Bm:ton, Emil_y _______________ _ _ _Larson ----------- - - - ------ -Carter, W. R. ______________ ____ ....Home ------------------- -- -- 116 Clark, Esther a. ----------------Higgins --- -- - - ------ - - -- ---- 205 Clements, S. L. ------------- - ----Home ----- -- - ---- - -- - - - -- --- 166

STAFF I baby. She became interested in MANAGING EDITOR ----- - -------------------------------- JOE JONES piano playing quite early, and so was EDITOR -- - ----------------~ ---------------------------- DON KEISTER : sent to a school - for the deaf, where BUSINESS MANAGERS ---------- RALPH CHATELAJN, EDWIN BOOTH 1 her talent was soon realized. Chuch, Frances ------ - ----------Hartley ------ - ----- - -- ---- - - 140 SPORTS EDITORS ----------- - ------ "TIP" ROBERTS, ROLAND KREPS She seems to get some definite i:nusDelzell, W. N. __________________ Home ------- - ------- -- - - -- -- 53 SOCIETY EDITOR ---------------------- - ------- HAZEL HUTCHINSON ical impressions and emotions thru Doyle, Price ___________________ ....Home ----------- -- -- --- - - - - - 107 CAMPUS EDITOR ---------------------------------- LUCILLE DOWELL the vibrations of the .tones produced FACULTY EDITOR --- -------------------------- HAROLD McCREIGHT on the piano. Dunigan, Clara M. ____ _______ _-.Harajian - - - - --- -------- -- -- - 32 FEATURE EDITOR ----------------------- -- -- - -------- GEORGE COOK There was nothing of the amateur Dunning, Mrs. Inice M. _________ IJ6rmitory -- - ---- - - - - - -- - --- 228 FEATURE EDITOR ----- - --------- ------------- RUDOLF ANDERSON musician about Miss Martin's masterEnnis, T. E. __ ___ ____________ __ _Home ------ - - --- - -- ---- ----- 172 ACTIVITIES EDITOR --------------- -------- -- RAYMOND TRENHOLM ful P'laying. To each measure she Enni,s,. Violet R. _________________ Home - - - - ------ -- - - -- ------- 172 EXCHANGE EDITOR --------------------------- - --- JOHN HARMON gave beauty of tone and perfect F a ulhaber, Marie H. ---------- ~-Rig.gins --------- - - --- - - ---- 205 DEBATE ~DITOR ------------------------------ ERNEST .HASSELBLAD technic to the who·le, finess of feelin g INSTRUCTOR IN NEWS WRITING---------- - ----- THOMAS E. ENNIS and interpretation of mood. 11 Gr.af, Lon. R. ----------- - --------Sewell --- - ----- - --- - - --- --- She has the power of hearing musGockley, Elma I. - ---------------Home ----- ---- - - -- - - - - -- - 240 ic, not by the ear, b,1t by keepin g her hlill, Arthur L. __________________ Home ---- - --------- - - ----129 THINGS ANCIENT ; be if we could only apply t.h e ca- foot pres~ed a~ainst the piano. In / 9 Holch, A . E. - -- - ----------------Home -..---- - ------- --------There seems to be a well-formed tastrophe theory to it, and hope that this· v.· ay she gets the vibr'it.ions 1 ' I 1 Hoyt, W. F. -------------------Honie -- - - - --- -- - -- - - - - - --- -- 130 tendency cropping out these days to it woud all be wiped out ih a single whkh give her an i~ea of tone '."[ U <\ -1 · I disregard things a ncient as of little ' cataclysm! ty. That enables her to put expves- '. 75 1-Iuck, A. ---------------------Home - - - - - -- - - - -- --- - ------merit and of less consequence. Not i T lk b d . sion into· the music. · Irwin, Anna · --------------------Higgins ----------205 . . . I a a out e uc. at1on reform it out · h h er m · only 1s this true of mere discarded Her mother converse d wit Jindra, V. H. ------- -------------Brown ---- - - - - - - -- - - - - -- - - - 65 hypotheses and out-worn theories, of order. !here IS n~t so much need a very ingenious sp·elling la~guage, Joder, Mr s. Anna Best - -,- --------Hallet t ---- - --- - ------ -- - - - - - 183 but <Yf laws a nd facts which are as Itohf re~orfmmg fedu~atwn today as by touc·hing different fingers and othtrue as time itself. / ere IS or re '<>rmmg the i-eformers. er parts ofl her hand. The girl then Kenton, Pearl ----- --------------Har tley --- - - - - - - -- - -- - - - - --- 140 . In school, we have so must thrust answered In that tone of voice which Larson, A. V. -- - ---- ----- -- -----Home - -- - - - ---- -- - -- - - - ~ ---- 121 How does 1t come about that we at us that we have little or no time . . a re getting this ridiculous idea th111t to think about any of tit. Hence the ' IS peculiar to deaf ~e-0ple. Lindsay, Charles ----------------Dr. Brown - - --- - - -- -- -- ---- - 42 noth~ng which was written fifty years ')tendency to accept the little that we ! - - -- -- ·-·-. Loveless, James L. ________ _____ Schwedhelm - - - ----- -- -----7 ago 1s ofl any note? It is a genera- / really do accept. It is one thing HOSTESSES MEET IN . McCol!um, Elizabeth ____ ________ Home -- -- --- - - - - - - - -- --- - --~ion of supreme eg otists which thinks to go to a class and write obliging ·· FACULTY R~OM Mathews, L. B. --------------- - --Home - ---- - --- - - ~ - - ----- - - - - · 135 1ts_elf to be the producer of all good answers on examination papers; --Monroe, E. F. ----------~-- -----Home - - - - - ---- - -- - -- -- - - - -- - 82 thmgs. 1quite another to stand. before a cl ass I Various Problems D'"i.scussed and Sug- • Muhm, John R. ---- --·- -- - ------- - Home - - - - --- ------- - -- 74 Disregard for prec·edent is .getting of youngsters and try to practice / gestions Mad~ strong in orthodox religion, but it the so-called "guiding priciples" I Norwood, Pat H. ---------- - -----Horton --- --- - ----------- - -- 128 does not have one-half the hold which we wrote about back there, A meeting of the rooming-house Norwood, Mary Belle - --- - - - -----Horton - ---- - --- -- - - - - -- ----- 128 there which it has in education. And, ,somewhere. h ostesses was held in the f aculty Palmer, Nona M. - -- - - --- - - - -----La rson --- -- --- - --- ;- -------- 121 in the latter field, we may trace the And so, we are trying to feel our room on W·ednes.day evening, SeptPapez, Emilie B. ----- --- --------L:a rson - -- - - - - - - --------- - - -- 121 origin ·of this slip-<Shod and faulty way in a m aze of this, that and the 26. Abo1ut forty were present. way of thinking directly to the door Pate W . R . ---------- - - ---- -- - ---Home - - --- -- - - - - - ------ - -- - 4 President Pate gave an interestin g ofl the methodolo.g ists. Many _ of other. If things are not done ac. talk concerning better homes for the Price, :Mrs. Devona M. __ ___ _____ Sewell --- - - - - -- - ------- - - 11 t hese people-illustrious personages cording to the fo1rmulae in the Jatest students. Followin.g bis talk Mrs. Root, Frances ______ ____ __ __ _____ J.I ar ajia n --- ------ - ------- - 32 to be sure-wish us to have the im- volumes ofl fiapoodl·e, with which aur K ennedy gave some very good po.ints Tear, Grace ---- - ---- ------ --- - --Monteith -- - ---- - ------ - ---- - 187 pression that .nO'then written fifty, dear . friends, th~ book publisher~; so concer ning• rooming houses. Mr. Delzell . expressed good ideas Tilt9~, Florence ----- r- - - - - -- - ---H iggins ------------------ - -- ~OS twenty-five, or even tea years ago is g rac1oµ s!y ,;urmsh qs, . we a re" unand do n ot keep and then a round t a ble discussion of much value; only the most mod- progTess1ve Towne, Kathryn M. - - - ---- - - -- - Home -- - -- - - - - - - - -- - -- - --- - 206 Leu the j was held in which everyone took an ern of methods and devices will do. .abreast with the times." Tyler, J. 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The Freshme n men were put t}\ru \ "hot a lly" tactics in front of the AdCorrinne Whitfield Smith, who was mi n istratio n b u ilding early Tuesday talk at Freshman chapel Sept 27. His gra.'uated in 1915, writes that she afternoon . subject was "Adjust!IM!nt on the plans to take up primary wo r k in the However, we have not much need They w e re made to lean over the WALNUT STAINS AND INK. Campus." . sLate of New York. to fear for any one particular perr aili n gs a n d the upper classmen At this time of year, as any obserMany helpful suggestions were givscription of this most modern and formed a line and passe d by the in ~ scientific pedagogical pharmacopoeia ver of juvenHe human nature well en to the Freshmen as to how to get Mrs. F. Jean, who w as graduated verted o nes, swatting each as they 1 acquainted, make new friends and fuir the gods are kind, and the medifrom Peru in 1914, has given up came b y. T h ey were supposed t o cine seems to be changed periodical- knows, boys will be bound to show overcome the idea of being home-sick, teaching fair a year, t o .go with her have used sq~t pine boards, but some up with brown walnut stain all O>Ver which many of the Freshmen have. ly. Truly, . we have a most marvelhusband to Southern C alifornia. of the u nluc ky ones maintain that ous educational profession when the their hands. To these boys, such Mr. Delzell brought out the point that stains are a mark ofdistinction and h h d f · d h" -· they w e r e no.t hing of the sort , literature makes a complete turnover h . every one as a rien s tp ,,mce onor f rather k' than of entering college Roscoe Blankenship, a former PeSevei·al of the bO"ll carne p •·ep aronce every decade or so. h chagrin. They ·childhood but ...,hen ., J • come rom ta mg t e hulls from the the time has come to separate and ruvian, who is at present the c ashier ed, w hich is t o say thev h a d on sevHe who would be a teache r, let :walnuts before laving them on a f · d Al -h · of a Brock bank, was- 1·n Peru Thurs1 · f ' him nOlt sit too Ion"' in classrooms 1 make new rien s. so, e mentionera pairs o t r ousers. Overalls w e re P wood shed roof to dry. d h f h th · 1 d · h ' Mr Bl k h. M l t h d · h watching educational conjurers pull . e · t e act t at ere is a arge ay, wit s. an ens ip. rs. a so e rage u ring t e afternoon's rabbits out of hats. Let him search Any time of' _lhe school year, the group of people from which to pick Blankenship \Yas gradu ated in 1902. performance. One individual in parout the truths of the past, and the bo~s are bo~ric• also to h ave i.nk frj.ends when · entering. college. ticular c ame fixed for the occasion. fund amentals of the art. Find them stams on theu: hnnds. These stams Mr. Delzell also advised the FreshW. G. Brooks was superintendent at After t he e x tr action oi several towels where he will, it will not be in the come fr~m using the p,ens with which men that a study schedul is one of !Nebraska City several years after be- and a re am o r two of P>ll!er from his frothy dogma which the greater they \\•nte. the most essential things for a col- ling .graduated from Peru in 1907. He per son, he was given a goodly dose 1 ·now taking work at Iowa Univer- of the p a ddle. part of colleges are doling out. The boys go to school, a nd the lege student. 1is Wat are the fund.amentals o<f tpach- stains of the ink min ~le ~ith those sity for his Ph. D. Som e. of ~he instructors will, no ing? We do not know. We should of the walnut. E xammat10n of' a ;P. D. C. COMMUNICATES -d oubt, m q Utre of the Freshmen ·boy s like very much to . know, but we are b~y's ha~ds which discloses_ this vaWITH FORMER HEAD A .graduate with the Per uvia n class as .t o t he cau se of t h eir restlessness. too busy studying methods to find nety of color proves that he is wi se of 1894, Mrs. W. G. Miller , of Lon g j If t h ey do not find out. it is suggest. out. enough (unconsciously, of course) .Organization Will Invite Mrs. Nettle- !Beach, California, visited her alma ted that t he investigation be carrie d Some d ay, we hope, some man who ~o keep the balance . between studyton Taylor to Return !~ater Thursday. She w as accompan- to t h:e upper classmen. thinks and has studied will write a mg books and studymg nature. . lied by her two dau ght ers. I~ ~s well that thi§i phase qf . callege book about the fundamentals of We college students, so it seems, The Pedagogian last week m ade ac tivity h as been alrady enacted. If teaching. In this book we would never get any walnut stains on our the announcement that Peru DramaIris J ones, who w as g r aduate d fr om i~ w e re t o come just before Saturhave him tell us wh at is of primary hands:--01nly ink stains. If we do,. tic Club had secured communication the two year music cou rse last sprin g, day's game, some of the v isitors import ance and what is not, rather they are of a synthetic nature-made with Mrs. Daisy Nettleton ' T aylor, ;is at Anthon, Eowa. She r ecently wo u ld probably be prov01ked on a ct han give summaries and discussions ~~n laboratories from textbook form-1 who org anized the club in 1908. Word made her first public . appe a rance c ou nt o~ the Freshmen's. sta nding up, about h alf a dozen nondescript m~th- ulae. In other words, we m ake poor h as been sent Mrs. Taylor relative to there and was well r ecelVed. obstructmg their view of the g ame. ods of spending much time getting little attempts to learn about nature the fact th at the club is celebrat ing Let us hear something about t he ,nowhere. If it is true that simplici- out of drab and co1lorless books .when ,iJ;s twentieth anniversary this ye ar , Kenneth St iers, wh o was a j unior p un 'shment meted out to the FreRhty is the truest test of genius, the .we should be learning in the field s and it is hop~d that she will be able last w inte r, h as accep ted a p osition m en girls! We hope t hey w ill re c ~ v 1,ace of educational geniuses must and woods. to be in attendance during anniver- as pirinicp al in a twelve g r a de hig·h er. have long ago become extinct. Why not mix a little ofi nature's s ary week. school in New Mexico . A letter is exThere is a certain law connected brown walnut stain in with the classMrs. Taylor is an accomplised a rt- p ected fr om him, and details will be Isn't it a bit strange t h a t the with the s cience of Geology which room smearsi of ink? ist in the field of reading, and will, printed l ater. world's "floating population" should . says that high specialization in any no doubt, be r emember ed qui.te disbe ignorant of the existence of such Fred R ickers, who was at Blue a commodity as Ivory soap? type of animal life is a certain indiThe window in the Pedagogian of- tinctly by former studen ts of t he Springs, in Gage county, last winter, cation of impendin g extinction. The flee h as recently been fi xed. All the colleg e. same will sooner or later hold true foregoin g talk in last week's issue An article explaining full particu- 'is starting an other term there now. The ~ew Bobcat p 1·u d n . . ows an ~en for all this highly specialized meth- about "airing of views" is, however, lars concernin g t h e Dram atic Club's He tfook advant age o.f\ .a vacatd1on glv- nants have arrived--see them.- Ada ods talk. How delightful it would ~still in order. plans for the a nniversary w eek w ill en or t he c0unty fan., an came Eyre Dor mitory, or Millard Fowler , ·appear in this paper at an e arly d ate. dow n to Peru. IN. of Gaines H all. ·' ~r. Delzell gave a very interesting

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Mr. T. J. Majors, President of the Y. W. C. A. !Nebraska State Normal Board, and Mr. Pate, President of Peru State L ast Teachers College, returned Monday A . Y. W. C. A. meeting took pl ace . Wednesday evening the Girls SeP't. 24, from the meeting of\ th~ Reser ve under the s · · f ..... in the high school a uditorium, Wed. ' upervision !board. Only routine business was Miss Faulhaber, .h a d •a picnic. Ad- transacted at this · meeting. The nesday night, September 26. 1 ·th oug h .the weather w as a tri e d amp 1members of the ·board appointed a · Miss Go kley a nnounced the p r oa fin e ti me :was reported. The picnic ne w member, Mr. T. F. Harmer. Mr. g r am. w a_s ~eld w it hin t he Training Scl!ool D an Morris of Kea rney resi g ned in I Opening songs were sung, and Imo building IJu ly _ a~d _l\!_r. H· a1~mer •will t a)rn his Brooker led t he devotion als. Est her · · 1 1 Dickerson then sang a: sol0< which P ace. was very much enjoyed by every one At a reccent meeting of the Train- · present. She was accomp1anied by ing School . Hi-Y Paul La ndo lt was PRESIDENT PATE Louise Bower. elect ed P1res1dent. Other offi c ers are : Davis m ade an interestRobert P a te, Vice Preside nt; Alliso n J .TALKS TO Y. M. C. A. ingFlorence t alk concerning her trip to t h e Clineburg, Secretary· Mac Dun nin g, Estes P a rk Convention. Treasurer. P a ul •Landolt at this (Continued from Page 1.) Pl ans ar e being made for an outmeeting gave a repor t of h is wo rk t he biologists' t heory, which says it is do o-r meeting . This was discuss·e d at Camp She~ton, Nebrask a, wher e h e due to the dra ining out of the supebut h as not been fully decided upon . spent a portion of the summer. P aul rior mentalit y of the race. The soluCamp songs w ere sung and t he broug ht back :o. Peru with ~im t he tion to that c ause is that we must inmeeting w as dismissed wit h the Y. W . fourth g enera t10n torch, winch was I crease the better blood in the race . . Esther A. Clark, Professor of F orV ain efforts a re being made to II lig hted fir~t at Helsingforth., Eng la nd. lfhe second, and probably the most prayer. ·e1gn Languages, had a very pJ.easaint t h d . .1 . G The meetmg of last Thursday eve- logic a l theory is he stated, that it is . . .t. . H s amp out t e uelhng ev1 m er, ning was h ld t ti· h k Penn ants, Cap;s, Pillows, etc. See t 1me v1s1 mg m artfor d ' Conn ec tie· o ou me t e wor due to a "crust" of civilization- the Mill ard Fowler, 1st door N. Gaines · ' t' Th" · t• f 18 prac .ice, a 0. r the year a.nd to choosea r eg ular I people do not change because they cut, a nd different _noin ts i n N or t h a nd m a n un. i versl 1.es. l f r om ot her d ays time for meetmg. After the meeting are held by custom and tradition. Hall, or Ada Eyre, Dormitory. South Dakota. ro~ an I C surviv a w hich h as .somehow m anaged to · d b Y Amenca · ___ . _ . . re- a watermelon feed was enJoye has pro g-ressed because she =~~~= This summer W R Ca t f t h h h d h .d d b r f Ii ~ 1 t am a f ootm g m modern life, is re- those present . · · r er 0 • e ' co nized as a roblem to ~hich olice . as c ~n ge er 1 eas an . e ie s: 11,/ Biolog y Dep a rtment h as b ee n d orng 1, gth . . P dd . h P 1 the n ation that does not will never i ~ aduate k t th U . .t f a u or1ties are a ressmg t emse v·e s gr. wor . a ~ mversl y 0 I m ore and mo r e vi orousl . Not Ion ' progress.. Ch1cag-0•. H a vmg carried on Mr. Car- J . g Y g ' In clos m g Mr. Pate emphasized ~ ... · ~ , ago, at Heide lburg two vouths were . ' , ter. s work here, Mrs. Carter also w ent ,. sen t ence d t o severa' 1 mon·th s, .1mnr1s. . this fact: "As teachers we should so . · Washing and Greasing to Chicago a t the close of t he sum- ;' onmen . t f or fi g ht·mg a . d ue . 1 m . .w-h.ic h. !'teach th at the minds of those who ~ · Polarine and Mobil oil mer. 1 both d d . badl th t learn are left free to change, as the ' we r e wou n e .s.o Y a re- p · . Free crank case service I moval to a' hospital w as necessary. resent Play and Greet future of! our ~ac~. depends upon this A. V. Lar son , Sup,e rvisor of Man- ! The most deadly type of duel at New_Members · ' sort of education. . Why hunt further when you ual Arts, attended the U n iver sity of 1H eidelberg and· elsewhere is known At .the_ close of th~ m.eetmg me m- I~ know the best. Minnesota a t Min n e apolis, sp eciali z- • as "Mensur"- fou g ht with heavy ORATIONS GIVEN ber: hip cards were disti:ibuted. : 01 FLOYD PALMER ing in Indu~tri al Educati~n . D uring j sabres, the cambatan ts wearin g fe w 10>w1~g the reg ular meetm g a cabmet ~ Mr. Larson s absence t h is su mmer, if a ny prot ective b andages, pads or Peru Dramatic Club held its re- meet m g was called. -<::::>=~~~~ Arthur Bell carried on t h e work of other s af eguards. In this pleasant · ception for new members Friday ~=~~"'> his departme nt. sp~rt the idea is not t o win as m any Septem~er 28, in the Little Theatre. Mr. L. B. Mathews, Wilbur Schind- 0, . ST:OP AT THE ~~ pp1nts as possible but r ather to draw About sixty were pres,ent. !er and Lowell Decker were delega- ~ .1' W. N. Delzell, Exec utive D e a n a nd blood in s atisfyin g quantities. i The fir.st p a rt Off the evening a one- ites representing Peru Y.M.C.A. cabi- ~ . f E . h d For years the Ge rman students act play , "The Sequel,'' by Perciv al i-iet at the· Y MC A officers conferO D 1rector o xtenS\ion a a sp 1en. . · · · · did vacation this s un:mer. D ur ing h a ve l ooke d with favor upon combats 1 Wilde, w as presented by several ence at Do ane Colleg e September ~ _ MEALS ~ the first part of t he summer h e went , o(f t his t~pf.e. ~o in)dulg edin ferbo cio~s mThemberst of the G. Janus Players. 28, 29, 30 . e cas : CANDY h . 1 or quasi- ·ero c10us swor com ats 1s t o D e troit, Michigan, to v isit is l conS:i.der ed a sor t of m oral obligation Milly - - ------- Marga ret Clineburg Penn ants, Caps, Pillows, etc. See ~ daughter, . Brownell, at ! that m "'t be liV<d up to ii' a <tudent Jaok -------- --- ------- -- Joe Jon" Fowler, fat door N. Gain0< DRINKS Grosse Pomt, Mich igan, an d r eturn ed exp ec ts to be honore d among his fel- Mr. Horroc!Cs - - --- Wallace Hervey Hall, or Ada Eyre, Dormitory. V _ __ t o Peru after~~-~-~-! lows. Thi s does n ot mean that e very The Butler --- ----- ----- ~-~le Dy~ A Ford ro adster driven by Oliver FACULTY GOSSIP ' Mar~h cau g h t on fire in front -0if the - - - - -- -- - - - - - - - - • 1Training School building late Tuesday afternoon, Sept ember 25. Mrs. !nice Dunning, Dean ofl 'W oThe e x h a ust pipe became disconm en spen t a ve r y enjoy a ble time nec ted and t h e gas oline on the carat Col umb ia University. b u r e t or took fire \ --T h e conflagration, af ter . bl azing for Non a M. Palmer, Professor of Com- 1sever al min u tes, was put out by S!ilV mer ce, spent her vacat ion at her eral b oys under t h e d ierction of an h · B · ome m radshaw, Nebraska. j· impromp t u fi re chief, Mr. Cole of . t he Avenue Sto e. They accomplishPrice Doyle, Director of Music, ed this ?Y thr owing g r avel and cin&pent a share of t h e summer hobnob:', ders on the blaz·e. bing a t v a rious resort$ in Colorado, So on af t er the fire was over, Mr. suc h ~s G rand L ake and Denver. j Landolt a r r ived o n the scene · wth a fire exting uish er, w ith which he Ernest F. Monroe, who was Acting q uickly c oole d t he m otor -0 ff. Head of t he English Department l ast · ~ear, is t eaching Mr . Cr ago's cla~ses m t he Education Department t h is (DUELS IN GERMANY y e a r. j STILL RAMPANT

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around with paddels and ben.d ~ ;preciated. · ' the f'reshys over ever y once in i - ,- awhHe and they s u r e do· hit us l;ia;d - 1 SHOE SHOP 11y. I hen paddele d so much t h at T Tues day eveni~g was on e of t he Peru Nebraska A ,c a n't h ardly sit down. The other 1 year when the first soup was served V a a y one of the profs.--,! .do-n't remem - 1 at t h e dor mitory. Mr. Gilbert r.e- ~~~ her w hich one asked me why I could- f ports t h at t here. were a good many FIRST GAME n't set still a nd I told hi m ·that I w as ! , ~~~<::::::;,.= CURRENT BOOKS t o bot. He t old me th at if I didn't /·" blue n o tes,' but he h ope.s t hat the DR. N. S. HARAJIAN (Continued from Page 1.) set still he wowd send me out and boarders w HI,...improve ·with more from the center f.or a touchdown was 1 cool m e off. / Mr. Delzell gave us a pra ct ic·e. t he n ext selec.tion h as DENTIST . d 15 1 "The Bridg e of San Lui.s Rey" h as talk the ot her day. I don't remember . be~m ~nn~~ce~ as "Morning, Noon, X-RAY SERVICE ~ ca 11 e d b ac k a n d P eru pen a )ize 1 1 yards for holding. [its setting in Lima, Peru, two cen- what it was about but he told a and Night • and an overt u r e by von Over Barnes' Pharmacy. Tel. 27 The visitors only thl'eatened the i turies ago. One fateful day a bridge 'funny story. He said th~t once there ; Suppe. ~~~~ Bobcat's g oal once during the tilt. ; of asier br eaks and five p'eople are was a fat conduct'r- on t be t r ain that ! . Three cross buck plays through the precip·i tated to their doom. ·Brother ·always t old t he people if t hey didn't I One m g ht last week Dean Del- _ _ _ _.__ _ ...,.., _ _ _ _ _ _ line and olohnson's end run. for 12 Juniper, a monk, witnesses the c a- give hi,m there ticket t h at t hey could l.zell w as w alking down t he street yards placed the ball on Peru's 19 . tastropbe and decides to make a ao one of t hree things produce there when he h a d the misfor tu ne to bump y ard line, firs t and ten. Two line ' searching study of the fives of the !'ticket, p ay their or get off of ! ipto a you n g m an walk ing up t he plays failed to g ain and liaig h's p ass victims t o determine if! p ossible what the train. Well o ne d ay a drunk man str eet. The Dean was a little p u t out to Gourg e was down in the end zone. 1manner of existence they had lived got on the . train and the conduct'r abo·ut it,, a nd he accosted t he young TUES., OCT 2. Peru scrimmaged from their own 20 and whet her. some intention had sent said you can do one .o f three -t hings m an with t his question: " Say, young CLARA BC>W ·IN yard line. ' , them to their doom. After a careful produce your ticket, pay your fair man, do you know who I am?" The Hertz, Kl'ejci, Young, Casebeer, ' investigation he finds that the lives or get;! off of the train. Well the Freshman r eplied: "No, but if you "My Lady of Whims" Hart and Sauter were the brig ht , of these fi ve people all touched one drunk man couldn't find his t icket know your address I'll take you ' Also lights on the offense, while Toft, : upon another and he also m ade such so the conduct'r went on. He said he home." Kerner, Captain Bunch, Williams, discoveries a13 to bring d own the would be back after i t . When h e ":Buffalo :Bill's Last Fight" Rigg ins, and Brunsdon were the . lu- wrath of his superiors upon his own had come b ack the drunk m an had· P ennants, C aps, P illows, etc. See l :ill in technicolor minaries of the forward wall. Pike's head .when. he presented to them the his ticket ready. The conduct'r took Millard F owler, 1st d oor N. Gaines heady play at left end received much result of his labors. it and went on down the isle. The Hall, or -4\da Eyre, D ormitory. 1·• WED., THURS., OGT. 3-4 favorable comment. The N ew Republic says " In the drunk man hollered at him, rememMARIO N DAVIS IN W. Walsh, fullback; Haigh, quart- ' ~'Bridge of Sa n L~i.s· ~ey" th~ texture ! her this gu y was awful fat, well he ~.<;;;::,..~~ "THE RE ' D 'MILL'' . erback; and Johnson, left ha!:£; made s umfied, . n oth ing I hollered at him and s aid Hey m-mf Also News most of the gains for St. Benedicts. short ofi its maz:k, nothing .ex~eeds it; m-m-miste1· you can do one of three I Blewett, left tackle, .and JI. Walsh,.• the book as a w.ho•le is things , you can walk mo·re, ·eat less, j 1 S PECIAL right guard, played the best game in ·: ~~ tless temples erected . to ,a m~nor or bust. Say that sure brot down 1 the line. i , erhaps ity-perhaps to St. Louis, the kmg ; the house but the best p.art of it was to Pac a th d ' On Wednesday• night ·w~ will Th l' . ,P c camac, e sun-go, Mr. Delzell uave such a perfick imi; e me up. of Peru " "' alS-O sh<>w shots t aken of local PEJRU (6) . St. BENEDICT (0) . . t at ion of a boiled owl that I. think he 11eople. Come out and see, you Parriott ------- re - ------ Gourges ' Mr Ro Dah . , must have had some experience bemay .be on the screen. R' · . · Y lsti om, Class of 26 fore Mr Delzell sure is a good m an ig,g ms - - - - ---- rt - -------- Sla1rd was a campus visitor last Wednes· · · · R. Williams rg H Walsh a Aft . . tho. He will tell you most an y.thmg -- - . . ----- . . ay. er servmg as mst ructor in ou want to know. Well its about II FRI., SAT., OCT, 5·6 11 Bunch (c) ----- c ------- Weipert ehemistry and physics in the Central y , COLLEEN MOORE IN FINE PORTRAITS Kerner lg Ward c ··t N b hi h h 9 fifty and Ive got to go to that darn-------- - - - - - - - -. ( i -~.. : . g SC ool he entered the ed old math. class. I sure hate that 0 "Happiness Ah'ead" T ft - ---------- It -------- Blewett :University of Chicago and is sp ecial- • · FRAMES Pik 1 F '. . . ' ... 1 stuff. 1 must close or I will be late. supported by an all-star cast e ----------- e ----------- ust izmg m the field of physics · and / · Younu ' i.. B h h •. With lots of Love, PHOTO FINISHING ,,, -------- r.~ -------- esna .c emistry for a masters deg r ee He Also Comedy K J·c· b H · h ( ) · · · i Your .son. J ohn re i - - ------ q aig c o/IS1ted and t alked to the integr al cal- P. S. D on't forgit to writ e. CAMERAS "HOOT MON.'' . . EXCHANGE

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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 1-2  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 1-2 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 1-2  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 1-2 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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