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PERU PEDAGOGIAN VOLUME XXIV.

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--Th e Y. W . C. A. h eld its regulai - -C A was held W ed nesday evenin .,. in Pl d 011 . b Y V a n· ou s Mem bers of 1!T!eetin g in t he h ig h school aud1·to r -1 World's . · c-•l · Little · · t he op"'en- Te n · Peru Talks G 1ven Most Famous Detectn•e ,..,- t he Theater Af ter . F ootball Men d T ace s S d 1ing song E lto.n R einmiller · p 0 1·ice · First a nd_Secon enm ~tu ~~ody lIi um, W ed1i esd a_y, D ecember 5. Flor ed to Aid too k ch arge 1 __ _ ence D avis p residen t of t he organ. of t he devotionals. FIRST TEAM On Tuesd ay mg h t . a fo o t b a ll b an - j. . AccoI"dmg to t h e latest report from Th e pro o-ram consisted of sever al S P 'k ' l> d Roberts quet was held i n t he hig h s c ho ol g ym i iz a t 1on, call ed the m eet ing to or de r Chief of P olice Duane Same the police mus1·cal nu"'m b ers by Arthur Lind ahl END - I e, eru , an in honor of the Bobkitt en p ig ski n Ju g - ., an d led t h e d ev otio n als. a r e having no lit tle difficult y in hand - and talks bv J ames Delzell a nd Lowell Omah a University . gers, About . one 'h u ndred .s·t u d(in ts D urin g the b usiness meeting, action ling t he late.ly agitated Pira~es. The Decke r. Art p r oved t h at he is alTACKLES- T rail , Kea rney, and were in atten d a nce. was. t a ke n in r egard to adopting a g rea t d etective P ro f ~ssor P n c.e D . oy le most a band in himself by pl a ying Brockm an, P eru . an d Toasts an d m usk a l ' number s f eatur- , t 't t· f th lub It-w as has been called to a id the p01Jcem en, , both t he harp and ukulele at t he GUARDS- W ellet, Ch ad ro n, . . , 1.e w cons 1 u ion or . e c . . . · h p· . t Cl d ed Ill the even m g s pro gram . T hese . . . . Ch . tn . and 1t 1s hoped that t e u a es w1 same t im e. He cont ribu ted sever al Rin g, rn ron. . _ ' a t o decided t o d1Lino u.te r1s >as . 'ddl f h th · h P were gJven most ly by hi g h sch ool a n d ! be ca ug ht by the m1 e o e mon · p ep y numbers on th e two rnstruments. CENTER- Bunc , eru. col lege stu dents. 1baskets to t h e n eedy. These "Pi.rates of Penzance'~ were J ames Delzell and Lowell Deck er disQUARTERBACK- Krejci, P eru. Miss Mar g ie L aw rence, hi gh sch ool I Th e prog r am consisted of a vocal telling the world of their intenions ov- cussed t he labor p roblems, str essing HALFBACKS- Almgr en, Chadron, j unior, was t oastm istress. S h e first so lo by L oren e No rton , and talks by er r adio broadca sting station WGN especially t h e. social a nd economi_c Andrews, W ay ne. ca.lled. for a talk fr om ( D oc .) Won- I Bar b ara P eet z a nd Beatrice Spohn. last Thur sday evening. During their problems of t he laborer. Bot h men FULLBACK- Her tz, P eru. der coach of t h e B obkitten.s_. Mr. , l'vl.· p k "H . ess is hou~· on the radio they made plans to h ave h ad person al contact with t he SECOND TEAM ta lk was i nteresting a nd t o tss eetz spo e on ,, appm . kill our most honorable friend Gener al labori ng classes of la1,ge cities and ENDS- Hofm ann, Peru ; F arrow , the p oin t. and d rew a large a ppl a u d I' w h at w-e' r e h ere for, and Miss Stanley. Every precaution is being m any illustrations were given of acWTACKLESa yne, Sny der, Kearney. when he set d own . Mr. Wonder h as. Spo h 's top ic was "Good Will. " taken to prevent a fatal blow to t he t ual conditions as fo und by them. T oft, P eru; Alltig, Ch a· been a very compete n t coac h for t h e _ e:eneral. D dron, Anderson, a n a. post two y e a rs. Just a to .the. and Gu a rds- Kerner , P eru; Tschab run . Harold Russell, hi g h schoo l s t u d e n t, I fri ends of this paper: 1f your ship doef". Kearney; Quisenberry, Om ah a. was then caHe<l U.!JOn t o g ive t h e st u not come in, it must be dues to these CENTER- Bush, Chadr on. dent's v er sio n of a foo t ball seas on . ship seizing; blood thirsty, "Piraates HALFBACKS-W aldm a n, K earney ; Earl A_EJplegate, and Irwin W illi ams, --of P enzance." They will stop at noth- , Zook, P eru ; Ray, W ay ne; O'Hanlon . promin ent h ig h school footb all men , Su n d ay Mail Se rv ice to Start Decem- ing. , Veterans are E xpected to Help Omah a; Casebeer , P eru. · t a lk s. Th e~ e ac.h · b e r 9th In Year's D ebate Work gave interest1ng President Pat~ ?as been requested_oo ron ; Mason, Kearney. thanked t he stude nt b ody fo 1 t heir ; - - . . see that the jamtors are armed with . . FULLBACKS-Buckin gh am, Ch ad · s upport for the p ast season. I B e gin n in g next Sunday, Decembe1 I hot guns and other other desireable The foll owin g p ers ons ha~1 ~g ~i gPeru Normal a nd Chad ron Normal, - P e ru p ost office will be open I sweapons of ' war in order that the stu- 1~ 1' fi e d t h e1r · m · t en t. io " n of partic1patm Captajn Daris Eun ch of the B o b - ,· 9;- t he h' h "0' / t he big g uns in t he Neb r aska I nte r· w h ich h e ·• to the p u blic · r the r eceipt . and dis. , den ts in this . college mig . ht r est m . 1 m the .debate v-o uts, bw 1c are to j' collegiate . A t hl e t'1c associa · ti on durin ,.,D' cats gave a s h oi·- t t ai'k , 111 .. t r -D 14 t h m b asis oa tr <tinin g a nd i · . . j ' ! be held F n day, ecem er ar e: t he p ast season, do minate all-con pu muc e p l f tb 11 : patc h of m ail. Offic1al announce- peace. . 1' Elsie Willi ams ' . G t h e M'B 'd -

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effe c .t a t once · group so far as his intelligence was - n ea J..Juc y. Th is chan g e wil l ma ke it p ossible concerned. The budget committee of F rom t his list it s hould no t be a E ag les is show n in t heir r eco rd inside Big Tent Show Was Su~d:oy p ap er s to r each P eru P ern has tak en speci a l st eps to have I d iff icult, or at least impossible, task and ou tsi d e t he conference. Financial Success afondr the be de hve:·ed t hru the pos t office- the f amous det ective Professor Price i to select a sq uad w it h win n ing poP e ru Undef~ated The Big Tent Show is over. All S undz:r· mormng. Here tofo r e it h as Doy le, w ho ;vas rE::sponsible for th"' I te ntialit ie . A 1mmber 0f lh P,se h avt" Coac h Lon Graf's P eru team sweJ?l t he Peruvians w h o att ended the K am - been necessar y to h ave t hese p apers captur e of the pi rates, to appear . at h ad experience in debati ng or h ave t h ro ug h to a c lear c laim to t h e con -pus Kut-up Kar ni val m ust ag ree tha t c ome t o the ~ews d ealer, or wait t ill ;the colleg e a udito r ium, Decemb er l :=i, exh~bi ted ab.iUty in .some p h ase of ' f erence title, winni n g all games b y it wa.s cleverly p roduced. IV~on d ny 1:ior111n_g fo~- t h em. All other and p r esent his m ethod ·of proceedure endeavo r y, in volv ing ability requisite a marg in of two to uchd own s or more. The Trophy F und Committee pre- other m a d commg m Satur d ay nigh t in capt uring them, also he will t ell of to g ood d ebating, w hile on t he c am- , In each of t he conf er ence g ames sented th e K amp us K ut-up K arn-iva l and Su n d av mo1-n 1·n g w1·11, of course, the many blood thirsty plots that ex - p us. Coa c h G r a f never p 1aye d less th an . as a mea.ns of rn isi ng fund s t o buy ,.Jso be de li vered t h at d ay. fr.ted between t hem . Be sure and be As t he ar g ument p r esented in t h e twenty-two m en. Outsid e t he confe r s w eaters and go ld foo t balls for t he T h e o ff ic e w ill be open for t h e de - ther e. try-outs _is appr aised- on the b asis of 11 en~e fol~ t he Bobc ats i:ose t? great 1ive ry of mail from 9 to 10 o'c lock members of t h e fo otball team. the candid ates, f ac ulty for ana lys in g, heig hts m t h e 6 to 6 tie w1.th St. T he b and was in t he cen ter of th e in t h e m.ornin g, but the lob by will evaluating, and presen t at ion of m ate- I L ouis uni versity, be ati n g St. Benetent maki n g m usic aJl t he while. The r ema in ope n till 6 o'clock in t he ev!Li rial, as well as t he power to presen t d iet's, Mar y vi lle N ormal and T arki o side s h ow attr actions were numerous,/ .for t h e present at least. This the ar g u me n t by of fo ;·ceful and ! co lleg e and losing onl y to Still college a nd some were w ell wor t h t he admis - will g 1v e a ll d ay accom mod ation t o 1V eloquent ~peech. e very bne may f eel j at Des Moines. io n price . patr o n s w h o have mail boxes. Mr. _ __ t h at he h as a chance of winning a i The all-co nfere nce backfield con "Tip " R o berts, t he Jo y Announcer, B~dell says that the continuance of Weather Cannot Now Delay Com- reg ul ar -po.s it ion. sists of Krt!jc i an d Hertz of Peru , c~lle. ~ each s h ow in its t urn and t old this a ll _d ay arrang emen t w ill depend pletion of Building I Noth in g mo r e beneficial could h ap- 1Al mg r en of Ch ad ro n an d And r ews of his listeners of t he man y t hing s to / l:lpo n circ u m st ances.. . If t he lobb:l:' of _ · : pen th an to h ave those w ho are ma k - 1 W a yne. be fou n d on t he K arn ival g ro u nd . , t he po s t offic: is made a loafi ng 1 Before t he cold we at her of t his week 1 i~ g th eir first appea ra nce as p rosp ecConve rted T ackle Sta rs Kle ve r e tt Kari c atures was present- ' ?lace_ or otherwise used improp erly, , reached us t he n ew science h all h ad j' t1ve deb aters on t he P eru camp us dis- ' . P au l Hertz of Malver n; Iowa, _ w as e<l by the E verett L i.teTar y -ociet y . A it wi ll be closed p ro mptly _at ten , been enclo.sed, so t h at weather con- pl ay a g reat d eal of talent and abili- the bone-crusher of the colleg e circle. <lan ce interp r etat ion of three of the I o'cl c 2k , w h en t he wind ow is closed. , dJ t ions will now have li ttle effect on ! ty. This would compel t he veter ans After _two years' expe rience at t ack le. ~·arred Ev erett activiti es. Tho se h a v- / Not ~nl y w ill mail b e distribu ted ~he compl etion of t h e buildin g. I t from la.st year's sq u ad to _str ive all l ! he bi_g 226-pou nder was b~·ough~ . to m g part w e re: J u ne Brickell Editha I and d e liver ed on Sund av b ut letters . 1s exuected t h at t.he rooms w ill be t he h a1der to r epeat t h en· accom- he backfield and was t he Big Be1 th a , - ' I I ~ .111 t h p b Prokes, N o ra G ibson , Mar garet a Cin, i m a i1 e d before t he h our of six in t he 1 ready fo r occup a n cy at t h e openin g p lishments of last season. e ~r~. ombar~ment. Rut h E wer es, El oyde B agle y, Gre t a j even ~ng w ill_ be sent ou t on t h e late !of t he second semest er, at lat est . 1. Mr. Li~d_say _p urpos~s to gi~e d e b at- J oe K'.:JC~, versatile Plattsmou th Ewere, D oro th y Ma r t ind a le, R u t h ! t r a m. T he r e are b ut two ] Durin g t he p as t week, t h e p laster - mg if t his year, (C nt mu ed on p age 3) Shelley, and A da E yre. jt ra m s a d a y ~n S~nda y in P er_u, and ,. ing of t he interior walls and p arti - 1 and mci ~entall y a d vertise ~he sc_ho~l A Trip A r ound the World with Ithe o n e commg 111 at five m the tio ns has been b eg un , as well as oth er athletics done. W ith t his 111 Buster Kea ton Stars Chalk w as presented b y F e li x Sum - mornii:g w ill !>rin g in r:iail, w hile : h e : fin ishi ng wo r k. The pl umbin g and ' view, Mr. L1~dsay, so ug h t t he con- I In Movie "College" . th p one go m g t h r u at 7:40 m t he evemng . electrical wor k is f ar ad va nced and sent of P residen t P ate to sched ule , k F li mer a s you d nowa 1s t e erut w ill . car ry t h e outgo m . g m ail. . · being u 'laced 11 d e b ates wit · h some lar g er schools out1s team radi ator s a re now A-ti . t e·-r x a·" College,'' star ri ng Buster Keato n , 1 s . t e i,,p 1aye a .,, r ea amo un . .. h b . . . . · side t he state Mr P ate ave his 'Of abili ty. in rap id cha lk wo r k at the Heretof ore t h e post office h as b een 1 m t e mldmg t o_ w arm it 111 order g. . was t he name of t he sh ow g iven SatK · l open o n Sat ur d av eve n ino-s un t il the to h asten t he drvmg of t he p laster- hearty consen t, and negotiations a1e arn iva · . ......, / l ate m a il was distri buted. "' As t h e of- ing, a~d to mak~ it comfo r t ab le for now under way for debates with, t h e u rday ni g ht, Decemb er S, n,t t h e audi " T h e Crim s o n C ocoanut," fa n H ay's fice w ill now be open on the fo ll ow- t he fi nishi!,lg work du r in g t he wintry j Uni~ersity of South D ak ota, Kansas toriu m under t he nu p ices of t he b ud dever fa rce w a s p r esended by t he . . 't . t h t f t h weather I Ag nc ul tural· Coll ege ' and Brook ing s g et com mittee. . 1ng morn ing, as 1 i.s e r es · o e · Dramatlc club. The cast: week, ther e w ill b e no nee d of k eeping Not only has t h e r oof been com- 1Coll ege of Br~oki·n gs, South Dakota. Buste r was, of course, t he hero. The Robert -- -- - -- - - - Rudo lp h And erso n op en late for the Sa t u r d ay eveni ng p Jeted and t h e windows o ut in but A deb ate wit h any .of t he sch ools p lot hi ng ed aro und his adv ent u res in Jack P incher ----- - R a lp h Chat e l ai n· m ail ' so this ·Practice w ill b e discon- t h e r oom on t he r oof for the big1 fan will ge, dand in - co 11.ege b rm · gm · g m · a 1so h is ' closing t 'faugme t h n tff P eru's t f presti h Mr. J a bstick - -- --- - - W ay ne C a t Iett t inued . w hich will furnis h t h e v'entil ation for e~si Y e e or s 0 t e squ a to ob ' . Nancy _____ ____ ___ _ _ A ve ry~ Gai~es the build ing h as been constructe~, tam profic iency of -win ni ng caliber. 1. y~ar f~om hi g h school He gr ad u ated

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ger, J oe J o n es. er· voice i n st ruc tor at P e ru. Mr. Steck The Twiteri n~ ~ T r io c o n s is t ed of d · h ' hi m ended d Alan Hauck, " T ip" R o b erts, a n c om es to u s i g Y recom h fian _ eriencee in t e eld A Christmas Con tra lto un•1 · '" ' tt end by Duane S ams. T h ey san.,,,CT ~~ e veral pop- w 1' t h a w ide exu ular pieces. It was no t n ecessa ry of v oice. R. T . Benford, and under his direction that the_ t b e caged b efore t his act, He took voice lesson s for fiv e yea rs will be given December 16. The con" although t hey weree twitering as in the C h ic ago Music Co n servat or y . t .ra lto, "And T hou Bet hlehem " wil be Dur i' ng his " fi ve _v e a r s at Chi cago h e gi ven vdth t he eveni n g service. hl·1.as t}-, ey were n ot w i' Jd birds. La Joie D e V ie , i n Old P e ru was a ls o spent muc h of hi s t ime g iving Those who have h eard any of Mr. presented by t h e P hi los was cl e ver- pri vate lesso nds. In t h e fa ll of 19~5 Benford's composition must know that ly done. It was supported by a n all- he started his c a reer a s a te ach er m thi:; holds in store a n evenings enter~ ar cast. the oubl ic s c h ools of Osculusa, Iowa. t ahment bQth ' musically a nd educaThe Midway at g ymnasium "The The -followin g yea r h e travelled wit h tionally. The words w er e written by · lly i n opera c ompany . . His nex_ t teac h- A. J . Du nlap of Omaha. fi Big Tent" w a s a success, n a n ci a · · n g experience w as m 1927 111 Ch ar 1· Each organi zatio n .on the campu s was l / ltecommendation a ls o r ea ches th e 4) (Co ntinued on P age · (Co n tin ued on P age 4) represented in some man ner. /

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Entered at the Postoffice of P eru, Nt:bras ka, as second class m a il. !..-----·---------~ T h e fo llowing ar ticle is one writ- ' Q ~ AL PHA MU O MEGA Pu blic Opinior E dito r ·\I ten with .the intention to bring a viPublishe d weekly a t ldPe;ut ~t-atc P eru Pedagogian At the meeting of th e Alp h a bMu ~ Washing and G r easing 1 tal q uestion before t he -students a nd 1 Teache rs College- the 0 es ra mmg Dear Sir: f ac ulty on t h is c ampus. It concerns Om ega, Monday ev ening, D ecem er Polarine and Mob i oH school in the Missouri V alley, estabAfter h avi ng cons ul ted a majority the 1929 P eru vian an d the ad vert is.' 3, t h e uses of math ematical instru Free crank case serv ice lishe d 186 7. of the members of t h e 1928 ch am- ers who, in a large measure, make men ts weTe served, and the m em Why bunt ful·ther whe n y o u pionship footba ll team, we h ave com- . th e book possible. explained t h e a d vantag es of th e use 1' team p1"cked $'1.00 the year. Single copy 5 c e nts. ·1 d "All O nen t of the t1·ans1 ' t. Everett Vanderford ll know the best. , p 1 e an ppo . . , Each year t h e b usines me n of P er u V - ------S-T_A_F_F_ _ _ _ _ _ i from a ll te~ms p layin g on ·P eru s and neig hboring ,,towns are solicited demon strated t h e v a lue of t he qua d- I Q F LOYD p ALMER ~ 1 j s chedule t his year. for t heir ads · and each year t,hey are ran t. ~ Edi~or-in-chief ---- - Millard Fowler I St. Lou is Uni versity leads t he li st I wili lng to su~oort our college a nnu al. Miss P almer was taken into the fra- ~=~~=~=~=~ Business Mgr. --- - ---- E. R. Bu r ke_Y w ith fo ur men on t h e first team a nd I The questio~. is asked, ".Should not tern ity as an honorary member. As F aculty Membe r __ Thomas E. Enms two on t h e s econ d , Marysv1·11 e P1a ce d· these peop le receive t he m aJor por- Miss Li llian B rad y is receivin · · g h er t=~~~~~ =~ C"" ASSOCIATE EDITORS two on the firs t and three on t he sec- tio n of t he stude nt's b usiness? " We deg ree at the ter mi_n a tion of :he I~ C LARY'S CAFE DARIS BUNCH ond, Ke arney h as two on th e fi rst I fe I t h at t hev should and we are fi r s t semester, she res1~ned-her 0~1ce Q ~ W AYNE CATLETT team a nd Ch adron, T arkio, and Still ! m·gi ng t h at t.he- stud ents a)1d fac ul ty as presiden t, and Lesli e Ca rey, vice- ~ .MEALS, LUNCHE S , PAUL COLLINS one each. con sider t he loy al ad ver tisers of our p.r.~siden t'. automatica lly becom: pre - ~ SHORT ORDE RS 11 book befo r e t h ey buy. FRED DUEY I First Team >10rn g offi cer. 2 doors south o f Post O ffic e WILLARD FOW L E R Pl aye1· School Position !, The P eru vian staff, t his yea r, is Af ter th e busin c£s meetin g, refres h <..::J~ ~= ~"'---.....=<.:> =~ J . LE SLIE LEONARD Daubner, St. L ouiS" University __ R. E. I a doptin g a slogan, a nd we ar e pass- ments weree ser ved, and the memHAROLD MARRE N J oseph, St . .L ouis Uni ve rsity __ R. T. 11 ing it on to _vou-"Patro nize P eruvian be rs e n joyed a soc ia l hour. ! ~= ~= ~=~~=~~ll WILLIAM OKRENT Pr~tt, Ke arney .-- -- - ~-- - -- - -- R. G. j Advertisers." I n order to .brin g t hese R. G. WHITTEMORE l W1llets, St. L oUJS, Um . --- - - - ---- C. , facts before t he stu~ent and facu lty, SIGMA TAU DELTA D V 1Q I Well er, Ch adro n --- - ---- -- -- L. G. . we are co nstructin g a large bulletin A t a special meeting of Sigm a T au , !"\. ~ ·1·1e -. --- - - - - - ---- L . T . b oar d t o co n t am · th e n ames an d Ioca- Delta, Tu esd a_v even ing, Decemb er 4, /) Mee 1c, lV"a GOSSIP 1 rysv1 , Mumford '. T arkio -- --- - - ---- - L. E . . tions of all of P eru's loyal s ~ppo rte rs . a loc a l constitut ion, frame d by P ro - Q ELECTRIC SHOP " B uzz- Buzz-Whisper. Did you : P eale, Still - - - - - - - - - - -- -- - --- Q. B. , The b oard will be fin i'shed 111 a week i'essn r Mon r oe, Joe J ones, an d Mad nn- ~ ~ " h t.1me 1't · w1·11 oc- n a Brad .v, was r ea d ari d adopted. ~ Sh oe rep runng · · k no w-buzz-buzz- t hey were a 11 1 D use, lVIa rysv1·11 e -- ------ - - - - - H · B· or ten d ays at w h..ic a t 'C om f orta bl e , alone-whisper-whisper-Now don 't : To llefso n , K earney -- -- ----- - -- H. B. ' cupy some p r ominent location about Certificates were iss ued to the pric es! Ladies Shoes a SpeciaJtell anybody beca use I wouldn't want ! Lin tzenic h, St. Louis Uni. ___.. F. B. ; t he campus. Whe n yo u are r eady to member.s for the . differe nt deg rees ~O it t o get ba ck. I fee l s o s olTy for their ) Second Team '. bu y, t hink first of t he business m en w hi ch t h ey hold. ty. )) I. H edges, Maryville - - - - -- - ----- R. E. · wI10 ar e b ac k m. g yo ur ac t•1v1·t·1es I1e re A petition asking for frat ernities v/l poor mothers !" (The Shoe Shop on t h e E as t V 1 • ti .. a .t .·W a yn e find Ke arney, was presen t Q S"d f th S ) ~ 1 e 0 Here yo u have t he town tal kers in Cor nell, St. Lou is Uni versity __ R. T. on ie campus. d l . d Th t f at erni ·e treet a ll their glory with their goss ips. I' W· alsh, SJ . Bened icts - - --- -- -- - R. G. Merely mentioni ng to a bu siness -t~ . , anc_t hsigGne ·d Isel~ed wa~ dr p i·u· h d . 1e~, w1 1 au an n e , May be t h e story is ·true ' an d J".la vbe Ginn , T arkio - - ----- - - -- --- --- -- - C. ma n, after y.ou ave ma e yo• m • p ur - ) t l, e <.&. o ur ._c: 1grna · T a u D e It a f l'c:~:lte rn 1. =-">=<::::,,=<:::>=~ ~= <;,:;ye=.; • • it isn't but still we have those babbl- Cox, Marysville -- - - ---------- L. G. ch ase, t ha t yo u ar e g lad he 1s m te~-- , t ' . N b k ' I . • . 1 ·1es 1n e r as a. ing groups in t heir cozy corner s- ta lk- A ltig, K earney - ~ -- --- - -- - - ---- L. T. est~d m t~~ _g r<> wt~ of one of your A soc ia l event is olanned for t h e "'"""= =-"""'°""""' ,._,,..~...,....,""°'~""""= """" i "'l g-resuming-enlar gi ng on gossip, 1Gr~h am , Marysv'.lle - ----- -- -- L. E. m aJ~r a~ti viii es: w ill ~o fa r to~a rd next 1·eg ular meeti ng~ At this m eet- I 9 g-ossip gossip I Na1dorf, St. Lom s U. __ _____ _ Q. B. . making 1t p ossible fo1 t he busrness . h . 1 d f I 1 0 1Greene T ark io ' . . · H. B ' manager a nd his sta ff to get new ads. m g t e or lgm a p oems an essa~.s AMBULANCE AND I should define gossips as the bone I 0 , ' h __ _ H ·1 /the mem bers of the fra ternity w ill b e ! FUNERAL DIRECTORY g of a own's exisence because of t heir I Ha'.ilon, Om a a · - ---- -- - [._..B. ! • 1·ead. · B L O ii ; • r • fi d" t th 1 ' Buckrn g·ham, Chadron - - - ----- F . B. i ,{ I • H RTON & nos.ng, pz:ymg ~ays 111 n mg_ 0 ~ 0 - 1 DE LBERT McCONNA HA [ ·,.. I I Phone 128 Peru, Nebr. er people _s business. The dictionary J AMES G. MUMPER l EXCHANGE_NEWS TRI BETA .,_.,,_ _ _ _ _,..,.,,.._.. _,,,..,..... _ _ 1 says gossips a r e t hose who carry on 1 t Tri Beta held an enthu s iastic meetfa miliar or idle t alk. j N' L --- ---- d I ! ing on the eveni ng of December 3. ~~<:::>=~=<:::::.-=~ People gos sip for s omething to do, me etter Men Rea Y Only one' out of every three ad mit - 1 Co:-siderable discussion was aroused ~ ~ a nd because t hey are jealous of what To Start 1929 Season , ted to collegiate standing ever g r adu- ; by the paper s r ead. One of t h ese was the other per son or per sons dared to i ates wi th a degree. Many of those by Amzi e Grass on "The Relation B ed~. I would sa y that as a g r oup, g~s- W ith ni ne _Ietterm~n back an~.. nu- ; who -drop by_ t he w_a yside a re the vie- . twe~n Science and R~ligion." H is_ c?nFull lin e of. t ires, t ubes, an d s ips cause more trouble for mankmd mero us substituteS"' f i om last ye ~ i , as t tims of outside circ umstances, but clus1on wa s t hat science a nd r ehg1on aGuA to m S oANbile D a cc essi oLr ies. Q 0 1 th an any other faction in society the well as a fi ne g ro up of fres hmen, I offic ials cl aim th at one-thi r d of aJ.l should be ob the frien dliest of terms, Q \:or ld over. Peru has every r eason to expect a n- / cas ualties suffer ed ar e simply t he re- ,;i nce both cam ps have t h e s ame object ~ We h ave _a mo d er n ai r hois t n t his r suit of the stu den t h aving flun ked to in view, t he discovery of trut h · Th e Q to h ~ 1P us g i ve t h e best servic e 1 lJ. E a ch a n d ever y t own h as 1·ts gos- otner ch amo - ionshi ·n team here . sips the town talker and the scandal yea r. T he seven lettermen include: s uch a degr ee as to m ake his tak ing merely appare nt conflict between the /) possible rn lubric at.i ng yo u1· a(/ · t~e ms.ht · · ut1on · · · due to a lack of pr~per lbterpre· 'I lllonger, a nd t hey are swha t every com- Ca P ta in W aslev · ' . P laYin g his four th [I further · work m a use- ~...,,.o 1s Q car. (.' ·t · h 't d'd th year on t he varsity sq uad at g u ard ; j less waste of t ime m onev and ener - /.a"ions of both lllUnl y WIS es I I no a ve. " . ,, . . . ' ,. • ' · • . /l I _ _ Th.is paper was fo llowed by Sam ~ 11 0. 1 Bi g J oe KreJC I, 1926 c aptain and j gy. 0

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W e can if neces- p ower of stren g h with which to build i~1dulgence in extra-curricular act~vi- t~1e impo-rtance of this early and effiNOTARY PUBLIC sary print all n a tional news that will a fast five for a s uccessfu l seaso n. ties, la,ck of proper m eans of cullmg cient work. Peru b b th ·nteresti na and educational Our new b asketball coach, "Ernie" those that are mentally unfit for colBoth active and associate member s b~t ;e fe~l that this .w ould not be en~ Lorbeer, who succeeds "Jimmie" leg iate work, too much leisure, con- . were present at this meeting in good ~tirely fair to our school. Lo veless, has been obtained from siderin g a college degree a social re- numbers. Since Tri Beta meets regu. . ld Hays College, Hays, K ansas, where quiste and not a means of obtaining· larly the first Monday in each calen- =~=-"'>=~=-"'>=~~ However we will not prmt o , . . : ' . d' h 1 he has b een a ssistant coach. He knowledge. . dar month, no further announcem ent J n ews. Th at 1s events precee mg t e I . . h b comes hi g hly recommended as an allOne of ihe most important and con- · of the meetmg s is needed for both issue of Tth~ ~aper 1 Y two or threde around athlete an d successful coach. crete reasons and the or:ie which leads classes of members. . weeks. 1s 1s no onger news, an I , . · • ' · 1t · h as b een so carefull y conceale d On thi.s yea r's team ' from the pres- I· to more. fa1Jures than any other smgle !; 1f . t h at not one o f t h e P e d agogian sta ff ent outlook ' there will be three men · cause. 1s the lack of Knowledge con- - - - - - - - - - - -/- - - - · h d who in t he p ast have been olaced on , cermng the proper methods of study h as h ear d a b out it, t en we o not • 1 ( the Nebraska State Teams. They are: I and .conce.ntrat10n. . . ALUMNI NOTES want it. . . . Krejci, who has made the all-state , With m1dsemester over 1t has oeet! If a society or an orgamzat~on does team for the p ast two years; Wasley fa irly accurately determined whether 1 ·-·· not c are enough to h ave t hen· name ' who has m ade the all-state team for . we are wasting our time and money, J ames Si~ons, '26, was back in in t h e Pedag ogi an t?at they w~ll not the past two years; and "Swede" . and it behooves many of us to dig Peru visiting during Thanksgivin g . te ll us they are havm~ _a mee~mg or one of the finest guards ever d evel- 1deep into our textb?ks in. order . to : James is princip a l in Plattsmouth let us . m . t er co 11 egia . t e c1rc . 1es. H e J p ass the final tests with flvmg colors · 1· Nebraska • FINE PORTRAITS . .know about then meetmg af- ope d m · t er it is over, t~en wh~ should we h as also been a member of the allWe who have attended Wesleyan j . .-.- FRAMES make any special effo1t to ~ee that state team for two years. in previous years w~nt to keep up .Bill Kn a~p v1~ited at t he _h~me of they get a lot of ballyhoo f1 ee. our standard or better it, while , those his parents durm g Thanksg1v m g vaPHOTO FINISHING . . . L ast ¥ear Kearney won the state , . H · h' E l' l , F rom t Ins iss.ue on we .will donate c h amp1ons . 7 1np, . ' th p. th ' e 1s teac m g • ag 1s 1 J\G w1 eru as e run- of us who are going through the first I. cat10n. . CAMERAS to any fraterni ty or society on the K · p 't 1 term at Wesleyan want to make sure ' Latm at Panama. campus five column inches of our j dnefr utp'. . etarneyll g~vte e~·u Ii 01n yt 'that we are fitted to face that barALBUMS . . · e ·ea 1n 1n erco egia e cuc e as Pedagogia n to do with as ~he.v 1,lease. d th t b . rage of questions which is the nig·htSam R aw le y, who is p1 in cipa l at 1 . . year an a v a verv c ose margm . . . . . providm g they do the work to fill on th e K earney• fl oor. · mare of the college st udents the De vV1tt, w as v1s1tmg m Peru. h t at spac·e. world over.-0. U. Gateway. Furthermo re we will publish any The schedule for the coming· year M argaret Rhodes visited rel ativ es thing they wish published in this is one of the hard est in the history of ATTEND TEACHERS' MEETING. and friends in P eru duri ng T hanks space if' it will tend to build up or Peru basketb all, but from th e p!'ese nt President W. R. Pate of the Teac h - g ivm g-. Marga ret is teaching in th e PHONE 56 PERU •t ti . . t· outlook Peru may be able to live up . g !!J'ades at Valp a i·ai'so. b . ev ·er 1e1r orgamza 1011 as well as to h er fine traditions. ers C o 11 eg e 1e f t yes t er d ay mormn _

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the sc hool. SENIORS PUBLIC OPINION _ __ At a meetin g of the senior class on Our Public Opinion column is still Tuesd a y, it was decided to hold a op en to the students an d faculty of . b ~nquet in honor of those seniors who th e sc hool. We will be only to glad wi ll g- radu ate at the end of the first to publish your view on any ques- semester. Com.mi.ttees were appointtion you care to bring up so far as ed by the president to m a ke definite it is cons istent with o-.ir n ewsp~.p~~ r arrangeme~ts for the affair. The 'policies. banquet will be held sometime b efore Anyone wishing t o contribute to Chhdri stmtas, a lbth ou g h a definite d ate . . . a no vet een set. t I11 s column will find a box in the ad• 111inistra.tion building for this purNEW STUDENTS pose . Please sign _yo ur n:i · n~ to the Jack Fi sh e r and Gene Kinniso n of •ar ticles you write. No article will published unless your n ame is signed W:1;1more_ have -en.tered school the to it:. Please typewrite your articles past week. ~he boys are enroll ed in the freshman class. whenever possible.

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for Gra nd Island to attend the delegated session of the State Teachers' Associati on . This is the annual b)lsin ess meeting of the associat ion where officers are elected and the entire financial a nd other business is looked after. The meeting will .have about 1'10 delegates present, who are electat the six distri~t associations held in November, there bein g one delegate for each hundred members. Mr. P ate will drive thru with S uperintenden t Gelwkk of F a lls City , and Superin tendent Jimerson of Auburn . Miss Non a Palmer of the facul ty is also ~1 delegate, a nd left Thursdav eveni1 g by t rain for Grand Isl and. . )

He, " My dear, our engageme' nt Mrs. A. E. Johnson returned from must b e off. A fortun e teller h iqs Making chewing gum crack seems 0 to.Id me I sh all marry a blond wi t hi;n ma h a Wednesday evening where h" · to hav e become a lost art. Perhaps she had been with Miss McCollum of a mont ;, , ' . the libr arians were among the causes the college faculty who · She, Oh, thats all right; I c an w as operat ed • be a bl d ' th· h,, of its disappearance. on for appendicitis. on wi 111 a mont · -Pasf~ in g Show (London).

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1928 PERUVIA :- --:--T H_ E P_E _R P_ ED~~ 0 GI A~. _ TUESDAY, ~ECEMBER 11, 1928 N IF"Ive B0 bcats on All-State Dr. Edison Pettit Itemerature decreased. Sitting in a :.Music Features c W eek' s CLASS A BOOK · hapel Programs . - Takes Temperature small darkened concrete room in the f)

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W innifi· d -:--(Continued from P ag·e 1) observatory Dr. Pettit took the Lun· ' I '. e P etti t, accompaitied by athlete, h as develooed 1 into one of Senior Class of 1928 was Finai'nci·a1 c:i. Sch repel th . It h The man in the moon mu s.I; hav e di.s- ar temperature with the aid of an in. on · e p1ona, gave an un- · e outst anding athletes in confer· Success I us u a lly fine violi11 recital Friday De- ence history . tie is a clev er fi eld ftcardedl his as bestos tuxedo for red tricate series of mirrors which play' cember 7 b<>f h ' ann e s and a fur overcoat when the ed t ag with slender moonbeams.. I • - or e t e student body in genera 1, an accurate forw ard passer Gl en J oder, editor of t h e 1928 p eru- 1 chapel • a· i ll pl e . earth 1 1 1 • nomena receiver. d . turned off Luna's solar heater Exchange. \.Jan, was present at convocation N o- j • Mi;s P ettit, w ho is in t h e demonstra - j Pike of Peru and Roberts of Oma- I unng the eclipse Tuesday morning. 1 vembei• 30, when President P a t e an- j tion hig h school yet, played three ha are the choices for end position~. ; C D Hon. Mr. Keister- "Why Don, do n' t 1. -. E~iso n Pettit, Mount Wilson, . number s Th j P 1' k e, a H e b ron pro d uct, 1s . a 1forma observatory astronomer, h' . f no unce d th at tin s year bool- had b ! • ey were: a speedy d b'b you t mk it is about time or you to ~ een Co t N d ' d f . an pro a ly Peru's most f amous t d ? ,, 1 1 11 cIasse d as a Class A book in th e an- 1' Walt nce r o. 3, first movement Seitz a , exce ent on e ense, covermg .. d t . bb d ft . s an a one. · AM -k' k . . b . g1a u a e, Ja e a g urat1ve thermoD "S 1 I can stand nua I contes t of college yearbook I z m ajor __ Brahns-Hochstein 1c s, rece1vm g p asses and r eakm g t . d h on- ure, pop. ·t . b '· h s con- I Son of th B up the offense me e1 un er t e tong ue of the man lo t" " -~i-- e .1 Y .t e .College of Journalism e uzt a --- - ---- Keler-Bela · in the moon three times a minute · an any ime. or the. Uruversity of Min n esota · A n of dui·i·n g th e ec1ipse, . t a k"1ng h"1s t emper- .,...,...,.,._,,,..,._,,,....,.._""'° _ _,_......,,._ . Th . I' Brockm an of'hElmwood and Trail. . exammation of the scoresheet s how ed e ~1ano students of Professor ~ear~ey are t e best tackles m the , at ure .more than 180 t imes. that the 1928 Peruvian scored 866 s gave a recital du r ing convoshowed unusual Befor M . . . fl L A D I E Sft points out of a possible 1000 wh· h . cation hour Monday, December 3. skill in gettmg throug h the line on ' h . 1 eb other E arth mte1posed !:I 0 ' IC is, Th . th ff d d f H e1se f etween the sun's r avs and I Address enveloped at home. U so f~r as we are ab le to ascertain a e firs t w ho appeared on the pro~ 0 ense _ an e ense. e was a : the moon the Lunar bodv h ad- a ternll higher score t h a n s tands i!fram :was Ida Schrepel, who played acc;rate tackler. He p er ature 'of about 228 degrees F ah Spare time. $15 to $25 Weekly ; 8 to tne credit of any previous P eruvian Chopm Waltz." "The Hunting song," lwei g s poun s. : I renheit hotter than boiling water ~ in these national contests. When it 1.s by Men delssohn, was played by FlorChadron filled both the gu ard posi- P ettit ~aid and du . th t t 1 ' ;i easy. Experience unnecessary. B · · Ell' t" · h W II . 1 , nng e o a ec- ii ' cc1ved, the honor certificaite will be me Iot t. · ion wit e er and R m g-. iipse t his temoerature dronoed about Dignified _work. Send 2c stamp filed in .t he admin istration building :he la st number, "Juba Dance," by : ,...._Captain Bunch, former F alls. Ci ty 414 deg rees t~ 186 degree~ -below zealong with the oth er two C lass A cer- j D e ~t, presented by Ellen Wilson, was athlete and a 204 p ound g ndster, , ro- close to the temperature of liquid Q for particulars. Mazelle, Dept. § tificates now on exhibit there. I fro _:n t h e s ui t e "In the Bottoms." ! rounded out for years of co:np etitio n ; air. I CS303, Car Indiana. U G tt · t p · · . He 1s an ex- I 1 d . . ' · Y, 1 on the Bobc at squad. 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Look in a t the open_door , We have aa idea that this when buyin g t h at yo u r ead their ad Duri ng Mr. Stec k's trav els he sang They love t o see him stick t he city sap will be one o f Johnnie's most ll" in l he P ed.agog ia n. in fo ur hund red di ffere nt tow ns dis - 1 Nebr aska is di vided into ninety- A n d hear .t he s uckers roar. laugha~le productions. C::ime % Th e fo ll owin g advertisers made it t ribu ted over 27 di ffere n t 'states. I three counties ·with an area of 77,520 J ac k Gill in Plai n D ealer . and enJOY seme. good laugh~ "! possible fo r yo u to receive thi.s issue Besides b eing a comp etent teac her, I sq u a re miles. The stat e is 280 m iles with Johru1ie. c.mnP.dv of" t h e paper. R emember your Mr. Stec k h as a very p leasi ng voice. ! wide and the extreme length is 465 Kerner- " Do you t hink your fath er "US" § frie nds. .He appear ed b efor e the stu dent body ! miles. ;; il l object to m y s uite ?" PERU a t ch ap el du r i!ilg t h e week. ! Ruth-"! don't s ee why he should; WED., THURS., DEC 12-13 ~ Av enu e Store Mr . Steck su cceeds Ha rold E. Wag- ' . The mean t emperat ure of the State his is p r etty nearly as bad." Barnes' Pharmacy ner , who is n ow teaching music in I 1 s 4 8.7 degr ees. Cleaners a nd T a ilers t he R och ester, N ew York, publi c J . "IF" He r e is .1 pict-ure that m::i.y J. C. Chatelain schools. I The population of the state, estimat- -Som e p e ople would stop knocking a p peal to :.o m t' of y ou dissatisJ. P. c1 ar-k : e d Jul y 1, 1928, is 1,408,000. and s tart b oosting, we'd have a bet t er 'c.ied mar r ·cj rcriple--Comc a!JJ Clary R estaurant school paper . s<.-:e, you mig-bi g-~t a f PW 11c •i11t Hugh Ca rmen · ORIGINAL CHRISTMAS CONTRA LT O, DE CEMBER 6 I n 1927 N ebraska ranked second in -Mor e people looked at t heir fello w e r s that wm !w 1 p y ou out. A.ls" 11 Collins Meat Ma rk et the production of corn, t hird in the ~reatures w it h the same expression News. Thursda y is Cbrina nite. II Crys ta l Theate r (Con tinue d fro m P age 1) Iproduction of wh eat. It ranks fourth thep u s e t oward their mirrors, ther e 'd ll Friday: Saturday , Dec:- 14- 15 8 Forsyth Oil Comp a ny apex w hen we heard it will be sung by I ;n dairyi ng and livestock. be a greater supply of brot herl y love j le Citize ns Sta te Ba nk I th e fo llowing: --in evi dence." . Burst er K·e aton J . D. Graves I TENORS In 1925 the production of sugar . IN Horton & Company Ra lph Chatelain beets on 52,000 acr es, a veraged 16.47 ! E ng li s h Depart ment Pleas e Note A Dr. Haraiian Ra ymond Trenholm t ons per ac r e-a world's r ecord. : The n ew Gallowa y Unabridged Di<;Dr. Johnson SOPRANOS !tionar y g ives the plural of "freshman" with MaroUne Day. What's all Koepple's Ca fe Margaret Engelkemier .Ther e ar e 7,242 miles of r ailway in I as "fres hmens." the sbotin' about? Buster's ' Bob Kn app Mary Gray Nebraska . back again- the la ugh panic is Loy al Pharmacy Gladys Grossoehme ' T H E P A RTS OF SPEECH on ! He turns cameraman now. Mardis Store · · . I 11 1t Meek Lumbe r Compa ny ALTOS Nebraska has 80,000 nules of gravel- ; No un- What you call y our g irl. ~ i Pete rson Studio Lillian Brady cd or paved highways. There are proper nouns a n d common Flo-yd P a lmer Ruby Brown nouns a proper noun is. 'Yh a t y ou inRi g ht Away Shoe Shop BASS ! t r oduce her to ot her folks by. The Robbin's B a kery Joe Jones common noun is " dear." ~ · AUBURN Duane Sams P ICKU P S :Verb-wha t f:eshmen a nd ver s Ii1 1 Dave's Clothing Store brists try to wnte senten ces without. ' Lawrence Ca ndy Kitchen NATIONAL MU SIC CONTEST Adjective-A word of richness and <:::>= =""""'3:8:>==>=--.e=s..--=r.-:!!>~<ZW~aa:. . . . <>= <::::.c= ~.-:::.= ~...'.>= <'>=~· · C. A. Souders OVER RADIO SUNDAY Mr s. Monteith- "Mona, did you put Vlg?r w hich must not be used in polite Q Woman's Togg ery 1 1 C t" - -fresh water on the goldfish today?" society . / Skagg s-Sa feway b <l (.on from Page 1.) Mona-"No, mother, they haven't Conjunction-What you stall around MEEK LUMBER CO. (/ NEBRASKA CITY ; t e r egular Atwater Kent finshed the water that I gave them Iwith when you don't know w ha t to Cl eveland & Sons our, : 15 to 10:15 p. m. eastern ; d ,, isay MANUAL TRAINING ll Gesseman s Ca fe t d d t' • , · vQ 1 yeser ay. s an a r .im e. · · ,1 jI ·p r epos1tion-Favorite w ord for end- r D '1Vessels & Sons . Approximately 60,000_amatem: solo- ' Elva Leach-"! like the dress, but ing a sentel}ce wi tb . Poor gram mar. LUMBER FOREIGN ists compet ed for the right t o sm g in it's too small for me. Could it be Use a period instead. Q f1' Collegia te Advertising Se rvice the fi nals. Three contestants who won alter ed?,, Ad verb- What you us t rt ~ LACQUER, E NAMEL U Fisk Teachers Age nc y 0 but were defeatSaleslady-"I'm afraid not, lady, infinit ive. e sp i an PAINTS ed 111 sei_n r-fina ls last year r ea ched the but if you will take a course in our Article-Word of indefi nit 1 ! Q D It Must Be fin a ls this year . . e va ue, /l Ji Teacher- Which is f arther away, d f . ph ysical cultural department, you can dependmg on whether you are.writing ~ COAL COAL i/ 0 . r ~r o a wards will be announced be altered to fit the dress. a telegr a m or a t h ousand wor d t h IJ Eng land or t he moon? 1r:imed1a tely aft er the contest. The ___ eme. =<::::.=~=~=~=· J ohnnie- En gla nd. James Mump er- Gee Helen I like / 1.-,;,....,.....,.aa.._""""...,......,..,.....,__...__,. . · •-.·~ "' ,., ..._.,. _ _.~· --•=--"'-"' . Teacher- Eng-land? 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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issue 11  

1928-1929 newspaper issue 11 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issue 11  

1928-1929 newspaper issue 11 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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