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P ERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1928

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. DECIDES CHAMPS ··'Toug h Game," Says Lorbeer Concerning Coming Game

HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS HEAR GOOD PROGRAMS Radio Installed to K eep up Interest

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M.l.N.K. CONTEST FEBRUARYS-9 Instruc- I

BENFORD'S SONG MEETS APPROVAL " Moon" is Latest of ·Piano tors Successes

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Wal ter Damrosch, Last week, as we stated, we are to t r a direc tor unde r have, from t ime to t ime, news con t h e rad io corporation of America, cernin.g the success· of various m emKEARNEY 1928 CHAMPS g i ves a unique course of education in hers of our fa culty. The first of MUSIC ENTRIES GROW m u.s ic consist ing of fo u r series of SEVENTY H E A R HIM these WI'ite -ups is on the success of "It will be a 1;ough game and we conce rts, over t he radio. Many hig h R. T. Benford, piano instructor. h M I N K Dramatic and d 11 · 1 The Delta Alpha Pi, educatio n fr a- 1 , p d . th e · · · · will have to fig h t t o win it," were "chool ~ · an co eg-e music c asses a re . In last week s e agog1, n ere w 2s . t t "ll be held Febru a r y th e words of Co ach " Dutch" Lorbeer lis t e n ing to a ll of these c onc erts. The ternity·, gave a info r mal at t he dor- a note of Mi~. Benf ord's last comp osi- 1Music con es WI , when app roa ched b y a Pedagogian o rigin • a l a r ran gem e nt of t he series is: mi to ry dining hall, Tuesday evening, tion. It is, as was,, sa1d, · a song-waltz · 8 an d 9• F rid .ay and Saturday ' u nder 1 reporter on the sub ject Qf the Bo bcat- series 'A', grades three a nd four; se- January 22. called "Moon". This is an ent r ancing I t he sponsorship of Peru State TeachAntelope game t o be sta ged in P eru ries 'B', grad es fi v e a nd six; series comp osition, and no lit tle credit is ers College. The luncheon was given in honor Thursday ni g ht. ' C', Junio r High School; and series 'D' due him for his accomplishments. It A like contest was >Staged last year, H. h s h 1 d II Th of Dr. H all-Quest, who h as been here d b h" ese conPeru journey ed t o the A ntel ope , s , 1gts c oo · a n fco e g1e. ·1 the past week f o r the pur™'se of fi nd- has not only been recognize f k · y ts t w1"th n 0 li'ttle amou nt of success. It . cer are given r om 0 a. m. unt1 r ·frien ds as a fi ne piece o wor m ma- . d . d t t hat t his grazmg g1•o u n d l ast y-ear and ~t the l l a . m. on Friday mo r ning every ing out whether the Per u chapter of sic, but it h as a lso been recognized was etermme 1as year end of t he a llotted f Qrty mm u t e s two weeks. The last concert was Fri- Delta Alpha Pi met the q ualifications by leading musicians a nd critics. shoulg be an annual affair. were on the s h o r t end of a 31 t o 26 d a y , J a nuary 22 when the 'A' a nd · ,:C' for nationalization. However, " Moon" is not the only In the Dr am atic demartment of t he sco:re a nd Ke a rney won s t a te titl e . 1 series. concerts giv en. The alterAll m embers of Delta Alp h a Pi, all success c redited to Mr. Benford, for contest there were t h ree p lays enterTh1s y ear must aveng e this defe ait. n a t e g r a des concerts are g iven on the sophomores, juniors, a nd seniors, who he has se veral other compositions i ed in b oth class A and class B last Also, t h i s will be the second and n ext d ate. A five minute marc h is met the scholastic requirements for w hich h ave been .w ell r eceived by mu- J year. This y ear t here a r e f our. p lays most impo rtant c onfer ence gamz an-cl p l a yed between concerts for t he pass- the frateni ty; all members of the f ac- sic lovers, near a nd far. entered in t he classA group, an_d . t f p ·11 . 'rtu a lly . g f lass s ulty who belong to n ational fraternih f t d a v1c ory or eru w1 v1 · 1n o c e . Mr. Benford's first success w~ a J eight plays a re t us ar en ere m clin ch the N. 1. A . A . title for the Mr. D amrosch wish es to emphasize ti~s; and t he S{>.o.nsprs and c.fficers of pi'lno solo called " D a nce of t he . class B. This increased int erest t ak B b t · th ey h ave a1r e a d Y d e- t h at three concerts are intended to a ll t he fr aternities in t h e s chool, we re Wooden Dolls." This piece h as b een 1•en bv t he surround ing sc h oo1s is · m · o ca s since f.eated W a yne, vic t ors over Omah a - s u p pl·e m e nt s uch instruction as the special guests at t he luncheon. widely recognized as a piece of art, dicatlve of t he influence of the work Universi ty, a n d Ch a dro n, a nd these pupils may rec eive in their schools, t o Jone ~o~es, wh~>, .was :r;- ecently. elect- an<;l t he composer is often requested done by t his contest last year, and two teams are the only on e's r e main- sti m ulate t h eir love for m usic, and to ed president of Delta Alpha l'.1• pre- to play this n umber while on concert i' it shows t hat this colleges fo; likely ing on P eru',s conference schedu J.e. encou rage them in . self expression sided over t he luncheon. T he pro- tour. t o d raw a lar ge n u mber of t h ose Th e Kearney Antelopes, 1928 bas- throu g h school courses a nd orches- , g ram was as fo~lows: .. His second attempt was. equ ally I young people wh~ ar e interested in ketball c hampio ns, w hen t h ey inva d-e 1 tra.s. Instrumental Tr10' - -- - V. H. J ind ra, I w~ll received, It is recog mzed as a I music a nd d r amatics. a loca l court Thursday will h a ve a Mr. Damrosch t·ells many wonder~ R uth Shelley, an~ J oe Jon es work of, ar t as a Christmas Cantata, The r eading contest, inaugurat a smooth wor king aggreg atio n , and f ul stories t o k eep the c hildr en inter- Vocal: Solo __ _: _______ __ Rut h Shel!e y I and is c alled, "A.nd !hou Bethler _e m." I' ed 't his year , alre~d y h a~ : en e~tries. will be p r ep ared for a b attle r o yal, ested i n t h e m usic a nd instruments. Accompanied by A. E. Holch The words t o t!;11s piece were_ ":'ritten It is h oped ~hat m terest m t~1s deand a rmed with a d etermination to The tra ining scho-01 is eq uipp ed to Violin Solo - - ----- --- V. H . J ind ra b y A. J . Dunlap of Oma h a. This c a_n - 1p a r t of the tourn an mentn will _he g ain two ~traight cha mpionsh ips, a nd recei v-e t h ese c on certs when given, Accomp anied by Ruth Shelley tata was given b y. . the Met~od1st I built up sufficiently t his yea: to m . t · s over the B obcats, a f e at a nd t h rou g h t he c ou rtesy of' Mr. I t d t " J oe J on es ch urch choir at Christ m as, and it w as l sure a large number. of entnes ne~t vie . d w1"th muc h Pe ·1 a sur e and en - year. Th e co n t es t w1·11 thato ne is a ccomplis hed r a r el y, ei t h er by Clements, Superintend e nt, any col- n ro uc ion --- - - -----L.- Hall-Quest receive . t ~k e _o lace · . m. amate ur o r c ollege teams. l eg e student w ho does not h ave a Address ---- -- Dr. A. thusiasm. the little theater, begmm ng F riday · g is · An excellent dinner was served conW e c a n only h "l th A n telopes miss their c lass at this time in t h e mornm . w ish Mr: Benford a f t e rnoon a t l ·30 . . W le e B II t h e y h a v e . invited to h ear these concerts. sisting of': much success in t he f u ture wit h The followi ng schools' h ave alrea-:ly elonga t_e d c·enter , o f fr esh Cock t a il compositions, a nd then hLs sig ned U!) to riresentJ plays in class A: had, ye a r , aand n abun M.ash ed PPootraktoResoasant d._, Grav y name climb in t he list of comp cser s. . Th e M 1 ate man tnhis rial, h a ve wor k e d ou t _ an N e x t Door --- - F alls c :t y

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Sc h ool t e a-;;, and have wol'ked them j • -n u u •• ,r- - ·- - - into a smooth working and fast team. I ti9n more than we needed class ednThe r e m oval of the Om aha Univ erThe fi~st debate of the season takes cation. He also emphasized that the HOAG LAND RUNNERUP Suppressed Desires ---- - Elmwood sit y from t he race lea ves K earne v and I' pla~e w i t h Dana College at: Blair educator pf today should recoi niz<:l . , . . j Silence Please ------------- Verdon Peru w e ll out in front of the c~nf!er- ~omght. In this contest Peru will up- individual difference-;. F ur tr.ermore The Glrl s Athletk Association ; Not Quite Such A Goose __ __ Shubert e n ce race. The tilt wi th the Antelop es fold' the ne~ativ:, and Dana will d_e- Dr. Hall-Quest stated that the peopl·e will, wi t h out a doubt, h a ve a n im - ) end the affl~i:iative . ._ The debate ~ 1 l of today lacked training . in the use brought their annu al volley ball tou r- : The Florist Shop ------------ Stella portan t bea ring on the conference J be a non dec1~10n affair due to a prior , of the hand. The address was well nament to a close last Wednesd!:'y Humbold t and Unadilla are to enter night, ,when the fast Reagan team phiys, but the n ames have not been . . . champ10ns h 1p.. A victory over Kear- j a gTr eement of the . coaches. . r e ce iv ed b Y a b ou t seven t y persons defeated the Ek art te>im by t he ,de- ' sent in yet. ·11 b bl h . he loca l negat ive team, picked as attended the luncheon n ey w1 p ro a y mean a c amp1on- a res It f t h t t h Id D · · · cisive score of 53 to 36. Herbert Yenne, of the University ship for Peru. u o e ry-ou s e ec~mGetting off to an early lead the of Nebraska, has been chosen as the Coach L o rbeer h as been p u tting his , : eearm141.n' maet ant~medrgbentcy affiJ,r mative l1 BOBCATS TROUNCE prac ice e a e on anuary A an team was forever s~oring judg e for the dramatic depar t-nent of protoges t hroug a h ard· _workout t~e 24 in t he college aud1torium. The W YNE QUINTET Reag " nrl grad:i:> lly drew aw11y from the the contest. Mr. Yenne is well kn('wn last few d i>ys · d A very1 . and a fi ghting, well-011- affi·i·mat·1v e comprise of less-accuarte-hitting Ekh art t eam. in drama , circles and a more compeed machine I S ex:pec t ed to present it- G ai nes and Wayhe Catlett, made a Young and Hurst Scor.e Heavily for Althou gh the score is decidve the. tent person could scarcely be found self Thursday ' mgb.t. magnificentJ showing, despite the Peru Ekhart team displayed a remarkable . in this section of the country, short time they had spent in collectamount of sportsmanship which made BOBCATS EASI°L Y ing material and preparing a case. Peru started out with a bang in 1.he the game intere.st ing throughout. DEFEAT NORFOLK ! Contrasted with this the negative state conference by defe ating t he Monday's game brou,ght a defeaa ENNIS ADDRESSES STUDENTS AT Y. M. _ __ ' team made up oJ L eslie Leonard, fast W ayne tean:i by the decisive for t he EkH t team and a wi rn for the Junior College No Ma tell for Six - I Ralph Chatelain, and Archie Martin, score of 40 t o 27. . 'Hoai;land team. The game was a Talks on "The Flaming Youth of foot Peruvians Ma de a good s howing, having possesAlthough the score was n ot so cl S !:) gocd on-e, the score b eing tied at , China" ed an immense advantage in C@oaCh- nevetheless the game was an ex- various times, and neither team be1 and ing , collection 6f material, and the ceeding ly intere~ ting one. At the end The T.l'ie Y.M. Held their regular meetdefensive pl ay of Wasley preparation of a ca~e. of the first .half Wayne was going ing very serio~sly in the lead. ~he Hertz an d t he offen sive w oTk of h iro.me end~d with the score standmg · ing Wednesday eveni ng in the Little Mr. Lindsey and the debaters have strong a~d t e score was 17 alike at 49 to 40 m favor of the Hoagland . Theatre. M;r. Ennis gave an interestKrejci p r oved too much for the less- been busy for the p ast month work- the e nd of the h alf. exper ience Norfolk team, .and the w t th · m. '. . 1inp: talk on " The Flaming Youth of ing on the question, and believe that ayne s oon gave way o e s1x- te~On T ue1day m ght the Martm · China." B obcats carried away the game by a f t d y d H they now h ave .a case that will be 00 ers an oung an urst got te2m played the Hoagland, ?ut they J Much of Mr. Ennis' t alk was based decisiv e sco re of 47 to 20.. "hot" and boosted the score out of ' t h equal to that of any team t h ey will were not eoual to t he furi ous onon his actual exnerience in t he orient . Norfol k was the victim of a ouhg I meet this year. reason. break e arly in t h e first h a.If w en This game puts Peru out in lead in slaught of the Hoa~lar(d team. and The t alk creat ed much interr st ?mong their sc oring a ce. Ned Lulow, h ad to MOVING PICTURE CAMERA. the State Conference. Thursday's tilt were snow under by the score of the men of the colleae. Manv of the !men remained after"' t h e' me~ting in retire to t he side lines af t.er suffering wi ll cinch the championship· for the 42 to 26. The college footb all men were enThese games are for the purpose ! an effort t o get Mr. Ennis to reveal a sev ere injur~ t o his left shoulder tertained at t he hig h .school. assem- Bobcats. of creating an inoorest in girls' ath- ' more of his intereEting adventures in a fall on the h a rdwood. floors. • bly Wednesd ay afternoon by the stuletics in the college. Volley b all is while in the orient. PARTY IS GIVEN . Th e fir st half provided much excit- clents of t he high school. a national sport and is becoming Mr. Ennis' talk was based on th e ment fo r t he fans, t he junior colleg e The period was turned over to the HISTORY TEACHER more interesting year by year. The : exp erience he h ad gained while he hoopstt;_,rs b attling t he Peru team. on showing of moving pictures. These G. A. A h ave shown remar k able Iwas working in China as a newspaf airly even b asis. A t the half tim e·/ p ictures •have been taken about the High School Students Give Mrs. Price s kill in mastering the g ame. per corespondent. the P eru vians le d by the score of 20 campus at various times recently by Farewell P a rty 1 T.~· i s week the meeting will be in to 14. a r~presentati ve of the E astman KoHi-Y , the form of a p lay; hour, which will Th e juniors., h -0wever, were not a b le d a k Comp any, who was here demonA party was given in hon.or of The Hi-Y club of the high school be interesting to all t he men of the to w it hstand t he fierce onslau g ht of strating the use of the c amera. The Mrs. Price a he soci al hour by the met1 at the trainers building at six. ' college-be, iSUre and come out. the six-footer s, aRd the Bobcats h a d machine is a Eastmen 16 m.m. pro- Junior high sch ool g irls · club on F r i- thirty, January 24. Lunch w as serv- 1 W iltch for further announcements it muc h their ow n way during the jecting m achine. The representative d ay, J anuary 25. ed by Mac Dunl'ling, which consist- concerning the meeting on Febr.uary last half. T he g ame ending 47 to 20 showed two rea l.s; one of the coHege Lunch was serv·ed . by seventh and ed of crackers and four-inch cubes of 6. in Peru's f avor. football team in action, and the oth - eighth grade Home Ecrnomics girls. cake. The Hi- Y movement is s t arted er of the fishing industr y. The color scheme carried out thruTHORPE ADVANCES Jess Thorp was rece ntly elected to Invi tations to participate in the The au-ditorium h as h a d blinds in- out the party was pink and white. very well and i9 attended by about . . . stalled whereby the room may be Games were played and girls show- fourteen boys. principalship at Bradshaw, Nebr aska, third ·an n ual h 1 gh school debate to~r- 1 darkened for Iant-er s1ides and motion ered her with wishes for her .success wi th an i ncrease of salary. He has nament w hich is to be held at ~d- I pictures. The E astman representa- in her new work. Mrs. Price i& leavMr. Fling has returned to his hom.e 1 been teaching at Bradshaw for the Land college, February 21-23, were I tive was in Peru in the hopes of sell- 1 ing for Columbia Univer.Eity where in Texas, after bein g assured that past two years. J ess is one of the sent to 50 high S'Chools in Nebraska in.g the high school a moving picture s he will ,continue her work for the his daughter Mrs. Norwood was on ! many P eruvians who is m aking good her way to recovery. in his chosen work. and Iowa. machine. n ext semester.

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Dr.. Alfred L. Hall-Quest noted edu-' c ator, spent 'last Tuesdey and WedSTAFF nesday on the Peru c,lim.pus. Dr. HallEDITOR-IN-CH!:EF -------------------------------- .MILLARD FOWLER Quest w as here at the request of the D el ta Alpha Pi fraterni ty, to inspect ~T,J.S~NES~ .MAN;AGER . ----- -------------- -------------- ~ E. R BURKEY the 'school, in reg-ard to nation alizing HUNGER • FACULTY MEMBER ---------------------- - - ------ THOMAS E. ENNIS t hat fraternity. : · . 1" .1 Tuesday morning · Dr, Hall-{iuest ASSOCIATE EDITORS spoke to the student teachers and wtien an excelJent -menu of ·w . T . DA VIS, ' 06, Manager . ; FRED DUEY DARIS BUNCH HAROLD .MARREN members bf fh e' ' pla'ceme'n t burea u ·iii weU ' balanced food, q 1,.1 i.c k and Eh 38 the, high school auditorium. He talkc~reful service awaits . . you . one WILLARD FOWLER JAMES MUMPER WAYNE CATLETT ed on the needs of the teac.hing prothings ·taste better. · ' 1~8 No. 12th St. .{..incoln, Neb r . ' PAUL COLLINS , J. LESLI£ LEONARD HELEN WAGNER fesision, and the equipment needed by , R. G. . WHITTEMORE STEVE TURRILt.E t he 't~acher just 'going into the 'fie!~.. · That's the reason· your favor- , _......_....__~,...-.--Tuesday evening Dr Hall-Quesh vas . ite ·eatzy ~ and meeting'r place _...,_._._...,_ ..., _ ....,_...,,._ . dMr, dI.indsay hantdhed bust whhatt he th at h ave risin have worked responsi- :the guest .of the Delta Alpha Pi fra~ . ,..!~- ·k.n,.Q-:W ._n, _to, ,l>,e , t_he .b.. e,.st. .._·· . :6 _ JU ge among e es s or es- hie work, which is education and ternity at a ·seven o'clock dinn·er · at· ,, · , f says . handec,t in, in his En glish class character. Mt. Vernen dining .hall.- He sp-oke ~ ~-. ..... . . - . I Jn.st semeste'r.:·. We a re now publish. . ' on suJ;>j,ects of intl!rest to the frater• ' ~ft~~:_thea,ters and dance par-1 ing two of them as h iind in. W e will It is not an,d was not a mere edu- nity. · ·ues. s~~i.c~t:~.~ be g·lad to accol)lqdate other dep art- cational t ask. Anybody could. teach T ue~ d <IY e ~ emn.g · ·D r. H a 11 - Ques t was .11 , _. . , ... •~ 1 ments iri :the. future ,. providin g t he es- boys trades and give them an elemen- tu res on Wednesday. He Epoke ju the G E S S A MA N S f T UES., W E D ., JAN. 29-30 says are ot reason,able ·length ai:d 1 tary education.. · Su·ch t asks have been college auditoriqm at 9:50 and pra·c- '!~". · · . . . COL L EEN MGORE ,: ha ve been typewrittei;i. and correc ted. done since the begirtning of · civiliza-· tically-_al caSSE_lS Were dismissed in _orI ~-~J " FE . , and tion. But thi.s task haa to be done ' der th;it- evt;ryone might hear him. CARL COOPER SUCCESS with the rawest of raw, _!llatel'ial, done ' The~. topc of his $peech was 1 ~Under~ Nebras.k a City~--_:Nebtaska i n th.e rr gre;,ates t triumph o f t he I Success is not what a man does for with the civiliz'ation .of .the domi ~ant standing.'.' He stiiessed the poin-t th 2 t ~. 1 himself, .~it is not"·eve...." · what ·he does race, anc;l · so done as n.ot to run across "U . " is · .· a ·b as1s · .f or a 11· 1 _,........._,..._"_..__...._"screen. ' n d ers t an d 1ng ; for h.fa '!ellowmen: There is altogeth- race lines and social lines, that are ~_....-" .....~ ... - " ' _ " _ . . . , _ . . . , _ , _____ 6' l er too _much talk about socil!l service, the strongest forces in the communi1. and ' the community .:spirit, and . the ty. It had :t o be done for t he benemoney maker, and what a man owes fit of the whole community. It had . ~ t~e ~orfild in ·the way of big thin.gs. to be done, moreover, .without loc al . . . . . ,,-.- ,_.,-. ., , . ''l 'HURSDAY ON.LY . . mans rst duty is to his family. help; in the face of the direst poverT IM McCOY - - i q If' he marries, brings children i~to .the ty,1 done by ·heg-g-ing, land done in Light house keepers and fa'c µlty when ' ,, world, and· then is pre1;>ared to work spite of the ignorance of one race ' • .. .... . .. . . .. ' . ' himself to death to' take . ca~~ o'f hi~' and the prejudice of the other. . .. · Y~U want fresh Jruit and vegetables give Don ' t forge t free Crtina on wife and children and give his young _. t · l W d I' · ' this nig ht. sters a . proper start he has done his No m an living had a harder task, US a rta • ' e · e ter. • pi bit. ·And one 'slfould- have a lot · and a t ask that called for more' wis'· l 1 d 1't . h. ~·. , Th e true :neashure r espect 'for these 'iJ co'inplairiing' more mar-' dfo~Mt 0 Wo - h~l&' , , ... . . .. · . .• . , ;, ·. : . . ·, _· FRI., SAT., FER 1-2 · · tyrs than for most of the "'orl.cl . work- o r. as m g ton s-.s, uccess 1s, t en, _., " n · 1.: • t; STARRING RICHARD DIX in ers. The world ~eally ·@1'ds them' not is teac1iings:- at · Tuskegee, nor .. " · .., · • . ~ -.., more.. 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It ., has been :. a long time since I wrote • to you, · hut you · probably aint been worryi.ng none cause you Debate .activities know I• ''-ipt~ n,o~u~~y-'s /foo;i) ' . J~nuary . ,14, . when ,the affitm a:etve F!>ad I'm 'all ~~t of. cas4 and I need t.eai;i '_.p f t'h,,e -Y,nir~r,£i ~y . ~(,On;ia,h~ ~~t. 11eme •·pr.atty pad «:ause - you · kn.ow the . Greight<>11 . negii_tive team fo , a , noho'Y r~isti;atfo11 extr~actlj .. th~; ,4.oep (l~h?t~i.l?. '1 d? i?ate a~ , the; C_r~lg_ht,of1., \~w ~n_.<.l L.theff ~here 1is 1 bord , an<jl every- sc oo .. . hbi~ 1.~n, q tpey , h~.v.e just , ab,µ't . ~µiash. r' ' •, .. I I . " [ ., •' • -. ' · i;n~: ,t o ,th11 .dem"inshions. of a pan- . d'i:J!fJ. Y"8f.p_e ,JYFp~ca!8 ,. were ..defe:_atcafJe:, ;<, .~r 1 . , 1 " e ast we~k r at , rerp~nt . b3) thr :.C lo~.e c:or :vei h i;d alt tno·~e ~)cams ~ow1 . and ·s core ~:f 2& . to 3~. 1 Midlai:id . 'fOn \~e_ ai;id bf bet my 1y e;y 1l11s~ lndja~n Il.Ef'1.~ I lfo-ame; aft~r: ', rf.ailJn~. : clos,eJ~: ):?i;hfnd 9y;~ thir~ them p e::p.fessei:s just stayed ~or .t!free-quarfers of tlie game. 1,1,p. 't_ll . njg~f t,o ;11p,if}k '1~1tP h~):'d_ quef>- '°'_'°'_'°_""_"""°_~~ -..-...-~~~--...-,-~tiqn~ w~a~ Wf'l cpuldp',t.,ans't'er. Any"" ' ' . ' . . . I ii , .. t I • ... .. • ... • l J ' . • . ~-· .• way I .though they were av.t.ful'; I Sta~fion I, . • I t' Malted , Milks-'-George's Place.:--;--A~v. Say , yott folks should :be up here -.....-~.-...-....__,... .......,_.... • ....__...__...._~...., _ . . _ _ to- see ailt he tu·hny' !~ikhts'. ,._ y6h 'Full line · of ,tire~: : tribe~, "a,n a · CLARY;S''CAFE ·.... r . . -- · . · · r' -: ".· see ·iit~ th1s way; ' ·First it snows all ,, '. ·}~_to:ndtbile,, ac~e.ss·<;»~}e~; ·• " " . . . MEALS, 'LUNCHES, I ~ ' J. D. GRAVES \ ov,er' then 'it :r!ai ns "and freez€s ev. GAS AND OIL . 1 SHORT ORDERS ATTORNEY A'F LAW [ · eFythi'ng '~olid •anq ·' then it' repeats the We' haYe" a: "modern 'air hoi; t ...... ""HOME MADE. Pl'Es ~ ~ ' ... ·-· - --NOTXRY'"PUBT.JC'' :-·-·:·-:\r prp.ce~s. a 'coupii!' t i'm.es. :· ' theri' the to AA1P us g'i~e '. tlfe beeft service ' g. . Peru Nebraska ~ sidewalks are just_. in . a good condipo$sible Iii ' ' 1ubricatin'g· your 2 doors sou th of Post Office 1 • _...,_...,._"'"_.._.. ...... _~~ . . ·- -~-~-· - ·· --- -· . ' . . tien _to• go ", ska'tirip-. ..WelLs.~rne p,eo- ' car.:! I ' •

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MANY SCHOOLS ENTER CONTEST Prospect Good For Largest Tournament Ever Held at Peru ·

ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM T he annu al Dr am atic and Music cont est und er the spo nser of P eru State T eacher s Colleg e will be .l-.e ld F eb ru ary 8th and 9th. The cl ass A T ow ns w ho h ave en t-ered ar e :- Sa beth a, K an sas; F a ls iCty, N eb r a ~ k a ; Tecumseh , Ne br ask a; N ebr ask a C ity, Nebras k a ; T ark io lVIis, ouri ; Auburn, N eb ras k a; Beatrice, N ebrask a ;_ a nd ck p or t, Misw uri. Cl ass B sc hools who .h ave ent ered are Elmwood , Weston, D aylain, •Sterli ng , P eru Prep., Hickman, H9ne y Stell a.


t h rows. B r ig- c ame i n for h is s har e of the glo r y a nd P eru had d . m ore poi· ~ R a ozen n us . . us , t he B o bca t's doubte-duty C 'Jpt~i·n a d · . " , n nexe ten {}Qints, . !ld wi f.h ~ ai.. le ~« t . • 1 , .v ,. 1s ..a .n ~e of tlrn big Swed e he ld the A n tel ope forward to a sino · . .., l e ·fie l d o-oal ,,,. , th 1s b emg s cored b y Willi ams a sub f .. , ward . ' 01

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M. vvI ·ca.ts n ext Thu1·sd ay 111g ht. · Miss Ahlberg, t he scool n ur s·e s.or k e m , a P 1 .b ate lain, ~ n d Le~ li e L eonIn th e-i f ' t b t tl 'th W h . ard , cap t ain of th e neg at ive team ~ nd in t he College Audi toriam the Glee C a p tain Lo ve! p la.v ed a great d e i.· ir.s a e w1 ayne .on'- t e .t opic Clubs will com_o ete t hey are cl assed d of wriht ing as a h ob b y. p r esid ent of the De b atin g Club. f e n s ive gaJne for Ke arne y and w as 1 on t h e W.i!dc at fl oor, P er u w as vict- s. •.i e pornte out 17 at a.f t er one's as f ollows: :iU:_o _hi._g·h. score r f or hi s . ~eam wi t h /1 orio us t o te t une of 40-27. but since ~. riti.ng was a'c. cep ted a nd p u blish ed Freq uent fl r shes of wit lh roPg hout F ive cl ass A Boys Glee Clubs. 1t was no longe a h 0 bb t he ar g ume nt ke_n t the au di ence se" e i, p o mts . W o lc o tt, at c e n t er t hen the P ed acrog es from up <.t ate 1-·ave • · r Y· . F our cl ass B Boys Glee Clubs. sho\"·.;: d fine fo rm in foll owin g in H : / b t l . . "' . ; Miss F au lhaber t alk ed on fre sub- awake an d interest ed . Six slass A Gi r ls Gl ee Cluts. capta ins. lo ng a ttemnts b u t h e w~ een n n km g nothrn g bu t ' Beat ' j ect of modern p oet r y comp ari ng· it The sp ~ a kers of bot h teams emr loy• Si x cl ass B Gi rls Gl ee Club. slowed up som ew.!·; at b',,. a head i n~ Peru" an d C oac h Lorbee1· exp ect s with earlier works. ~~ ar restm.g a,n11logi.es a nd mild saF ive class A Mi xed Choru ses. (Continu·e d on page four. ) a tou g h b a tle. . j Emily P et er son next gave a n ovel 1 ir e to v01ce t,~ e co?test above the F ou r class B Mixed Choru ses. - - -- - - - Th e Bobc a t mentor is d i;ri ving h is . talk on the hobby, K od ak in g. She J level of ~ e.dant· d eb atrn g. . Saturd ay at two o'cl oc k P . M. in t he OFFICERS E LECl"'ED c h a r g·es h d . t' t d I' also showed s ome artiis tic samples N o dec1s1on was r e nder ed smce t he (Cont inued on Page a) . ar m p rep-ar a 10 n e 1m- of ·her own work. pract ice of elim ina t in g the use of • BY . PHILOM.ATHEANS 1.n ate W ay ne from t,h: ch a m~ ic ns h.ip Miss T owne addressed t.h e g· ro up . on j ud ges is becoming r, opu la r in t h e G. A. A. MEMBERS .. I ac e. T h e la.st p r act ic e session saw fods st ressing t h e m a nner of serv ing ' confer ence,. Fred D u ey is Elected Pre side n t of Brock ma n a nd Yo un g at forw ar ds, them as much as t h eir iwep a r ation. Co ach Lindsay complimen t ed t h e ARE INITIATED Philos for 1929 K.r~ej ci at t he pivot posiio n , a nd H er t z 1 A meet in g of t h e c abinet offi cers boys in the foll owin g m ann er : " N ::i th a nd C a p ta in W asley at t he g u ard · was held after w ards. Ne;xt w eek is . ing but praise is du e t he opeaker s of Five New .Membe rs are Elected After ,t he i·egular Ph ilo p r o.gram assi g nmen ts, Hurst was seein g ser vice 1 Heart Sister w e ek at Y. W . and every t he nega tive team for t he soun d case Into Associat ion Th urs d.ay evening, e lectio n of office rs a t B r ock' fo r w ar d pos t part of t he g ir l on t h-e c ampus is u r g ed t o com f presented and t.he ~p l en di d pl atfo r m of tJ•e s·ec o nd sem e ster was .he ld. time, as was Railsb ack a nd G allow ay. and par ticip at e. On F eb r u ar y 13 p r esence w hich t hey exhibited in t he W hen yo u meet a girl on t he c am The following officer.s w ere e le cted . 1 R oth e rt relie ved Krejci a n d Delzell each g irl wiU d1iscover t h e id ent ity of first d ebat e· of the year." p us with some thi na on t oo of h er Fred . Daey - -- --- -- - --- - P r e si d ent a nd Groot hi us wen t in at t h e· g u a rd her Big Sister a t a Valen ti ne pro g ram Tonigh~ Peru eng ag es in a d~al hea d t hat looks l;ke an l ee-cream D.ona Jane Delzell ___ V ic·e-Pr esid e n t positi o rns nea r the end of t he workd ebate with Cotn er Co ll ege. t he aff 1rh . 't ~h , . G . S r C - out. OFFICERS RETAINE mative team travelin g to Lincoln co ne - s e 1sn c r azy - , .. e s m . F e 11x unun ers - ---- or . S e c ret ax y D · A. A. Thursd ay evenin g the foll owJo~. Bath - --- - - -- -- R e c. Sec r e t ary BY SENIOR CLASS - - - -- in g g irls were init iated into the club ; W i lham Okrent -- -- ----- T reasu r er FRANCIS HARVEY CATHOLIC CLUB L ydi a Hayeck, Ju ani ta Holcomb, GolRalph Sellhorn -- Seargeant- at- arm s ON COLLEGE FACULTY Old Officers are Re-elected for 1929 HOLD MEETING die Li nd s~ y. E velyn Skelt on, an d Term Helen W ag ner. F r iday th ey ·had to HAWKEYE CLUB , I Replac es M r s. Price as Junior Plans are D iFc ussed For Big we ar p ap·er h ats with G. A . A. printH OLD ELECTION H i g h School Supe r v irnit -The senior class held a short meet Val entin e P a rty ed on t he f r ont. ing last Tuesd ay at con vocation tim e. Aft er ro mp in g a r r ound the gym F ra nc e s H a rvey, of Arli ngton, T exAn el ect ion of offic ers w as held ll!1d Th e Coll ege Cath oli c Aosociation p lay ing basketb fl ll wit h som e tw enty G a ylord .Hawkeyes Elect Beula h . t d t all first semeste r officer s were re · had t heir r eg ul ar meeting )act W ed ot her g irl s, t he poo r unfo r tun atJl inPresident fo.r 1929 s a w h o l1as b en recen t l -v appo1n e o t am . ed f or t he second sem este r. " . · 1t · iat · es h ad to crawl throug t he "p ad d . th C C A ~ h pos iti o n of sup ervisor of the nes ay rn ·e · . · ro om m t h e The Hawkeye club met in the col- Le · The fo llowin g were re-elected: au"'i't or i' um A sho t b . t 1d ie line." If a ny of t hem come t o · H ' h s h 1 t p D · u •· r ns1ness m ee . " lege gy mn asi um T u esday , J a nuar y 2.9 . J uru o r 1g c oo a. eru u r'. ~g H ar old Ma.rre_n - - - ---- - :-- P r es'. d ent i ng was held during w h ich it was de- you say rn g . P~ea~~ Tea~he r m ay I and he ld t heir :u-eg ulaT month ly busi- 1t he a b se nce of Mrs. P rice, comes .h igh Avery l Garn.es ______ V1ce-P residen: ci d ed t hat Mis's Con w ay sh r uld write st a nd up t o r ec.1 te . be kmd to them. ness meeti n g during w hi ch t i me o ffi- ! l y recomme n de d fr om he r former po- Mar ga ret Clm : b urg - - -- ·- Secreta r_YJ up t h e p u rp ose and activi1ies of t he Ho \~ever , the1r wort h ynecs w as ~u t . . t . · • 't ' a s s u per visor of t h e· Ju nio r j Ha rol d , McCr eig h t -- - - - -- T re a• u · e r org ani zat ion for t he P eru v ian l:o a frn el test whe n a lu nch consisth cers for t e comm,g semes er w e r e s1 . ion I t 'N ae d ec1'd e d i h at t h e ;i re :1cenr ., · · hes, p ick · les, fru it, d h f S . 1 Pl ans wer e also m ade fo r a· social mg of sa ndw ic 1 elected . They are as f ollows : I H 1~·h Sch oo a n t eac er 0 ocrn Ehrrnld ap point a com m itte to pr ~- meeti ng t he next t ime in t he form of c ook ies and coffee was put befo r e Preside nt ---- - - -- -- Beul a.b G a y lord j Sciences a t Sw eetw a.t er, T exas. p are a <' !1apel ;H vg-ram to be g ive n a Valentin e p ar i·y. B ~ rn i c·e Nelson, them and they were or d er ed to "Go Vice-President - -- - Ma rjori e S imons j Miss H arvey r eceived her B . . A in fr.-=! .:1ear fut ure. Mary AJi~e E ngles, a nd Ha rold M1r - to it. " Secr eta ry?Treasurer _ Doris T u r nb a ll I degr·ee f r om P ark C ollege, P arkv ille, r en ar e rn ch Hr g e of t h e entert ll inENROLLME NT GOOD. I • h t · th m eeti'n g I Misso u re an d h as g r adu a t e d with a n ARCHITECT W AS H ER E. men t and r efresh men ts. By fre qu e nt Af.t er a s or session T he seco nd s emester at t he T ea che Th e arc.h itect w h o I· S p 1an ning t h e g et-t? -gether m eetrn · g s t he cl u b .hr pe' M. A. d egr e e from t h e U n, iversity of . h t d new d orm ito r y a t P er u w as h ere the to stimu late more p ep a nd in t er est in ers Colleg e opened t his week, en r olladjou r ned a nd g r oup p ictures we1·e 1 T exas a t A ustin. Sh e · a s a so at en · l atter p art of t h e wee k , work in g on its activities so ever y C. C. A. m em- m ent occurrin g Mo nd 1y. Defi nite fi gtafoen of t he c l ub for the P er u v ian . e d th e Uni v ersty of C olorado at , the p lan.s. The N or mal Board meets I ber is u rge d t o atte nd. ' ures co ul q not be obtai ned t hi s week, HI. Y . FEAST B o ul d e r. H e r p rev io us e x perience in on F ebruary 4, an d P residen t P at e ot h er t h an th at a t least fifty new stu1 Mrs. Duning and Mr s. P ate pTepar- elu d es teachi n g at b ot h t h e ci t y sc h~ ol j ho.p es t h at t h e pla ns will he i n su c.h BOB KITTE N'S SCHEDULE. . den ts h ad r eg ister ed for th e last half ed t he refreshments fo r Mack a 111d Arl in ton a nd of D all as, T exas. · s h ape th at t hey c a n be accepted by ~ ~b. 2 Falls City at Peru. of g . . l th e board, a nd t h a t t hey can be p u t year. A fe w are leav ing, but there Robert to take to their reg ular m e etMrs P r i c e w h o h as h e ld t h is p os1- 1. th h d f th t . d " F :" ,. 5 Auburn at Peru will be a g ood net increase in t he t o1m ing of High y o n Th ursd ay e v eni n g . · e . an s o con a c ors 1mme 1. . h t ti on f o r s ome t ime h as been gran te d ~ a t ely aft er t hat. In th at c ase a so eci al F eb. 8 Pla ttsmou th at Peru Lal r egistr ation over last semest er. it is t he custom fo r th e mot. e rs o . . , • . . f h t s to a le a ve of a bs enc e d u r i n g which . time ' m eetin g of the bo a r d will p r cb abl y F eb. 13 Ste rling at P e ru t a k e t urns sen·d mg r e res m e n . . . . · . these meetings. They served h ot chili I she w ill a t ten d Co lu~~ ia Um vers1ty / be c alled as soon a s _bids are r ea dy, / F eb. 19 Neb r. Ci t y at N ebr. City. Big siste rs and little sisters come with buttered crac kers, sandwi c h e s, w h ere s h e w ill recei ve her M. A. 1 a nd the mat ter of let lrng t he cont r act I F eb. 22-23 D ist rict Tournam ent, h er e. to Y. W. Wednesday night. pickels, bananas, and ·:,ui, cake. I degree. · taken up. Mar. 1 Auburn at Auburn. I{

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question, and o ne that is universally·! en years, ancl grow~ st.ead1ly year b: asked. Oft times it is used at fo ot - , year._ W e are sub)'eC'trng our youn,,, --...- '--._._.._..~ ' ball banqu ets, Ro tary, a nd Kiw anis p eople to a period of fo ur years of \clu b luncheons, by aft,er din ner comp a rative idleness, in which they · spe a kers, to depict the f utur e of t he ' lose their sense of <liI:ection. Send individuals in t h e cl.uh or organiza- 1us far-sig h ted, ~c~u rately-thinkin g tio n to which they a re speaking, and young men who dislike college. We ; In".'ited t~ enroll for t eaching in answering it they describe the need mor e of th em for t hey are the positions with \envir onment of the members in t he leaders of the fu ture gener_ati~n." fu t ure, never t h e p resent, in glow- / These comments are s1gmfiicant, TheDavis School Service ing terms. , coming fro m a p r ominent educator. W. T. D A VIS , '06, M anager The t ermination of t he present se- ,They .offer a r ay of hope to the stum ester . is approaching, and it is ap- ·dent w ho has earnestly attempted P hone 38 propr iate for ever y student on .this fo r a y e ar or m ore to adapt himself campus, and eve ry other college to t h e reg or.s of college life, and 138 No. 12t h S t . Linc o1n, Nebr. ' c ampus, t o propound this query to finds the r outine irksome a nd futile, himself, "Wh€re do I go from here?" and feels c alled by h is reas o n, logic, Generally sp ea.k ing every student is a nd i nstinct to rub elbows with t he t r eading the hig h r oad of education world. College can d o a great deal _....,_....._._.._.._. _~~.

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Theoretically for the i ndividual, but u nless it 'awak- • FACULTY ----------------------------T-------------------- FRED COLE this degree is rep r esentative of the ens i n a stud€nt a longing to become ' u f DARIS BUNCH HELEN W .A:GNER WILLARD FOWLER att ainm ent of a man or woman's acq u ain ted with the ru<limentary , 1highest goal in t his life, education . .things of t his world, and at least a ~ TUESDAY _ FEBRUARY 5th ; WITCHCRAFT reveals much of the a rt as it w as ·St udents below the begfoning of their curiosity if not a convict ion pertain- j dai·ma . Lon Chaney's griµl pract1cecL during those d ays in h is .senior yea r, and p ast t he f orepart of ing t o t he t hings of t h e next, eitl:er ..\ Whether the people in the middle m asterpiece, " Macbeth." The ar g u - .their sophomore year s hould give t he t!ollege's p olicies are wrong or ~est believe in witchcraft or not, it m ent held by literary authorities . is theJr personalities a thorough inv.en- the ·student is in the wron g n iche. .is still practiced in many countries tha t M~cbeth never saw a . wi.tch, but I tory, j ust as a business'·, firm deter- / No person should arbitra1dly leave ; Chaney p lays "Dead Legs that they were only mental impress- mines t he exact ·value of its assets, I'colleg e, because of m inor difficu lties Flint" a sinist er white voodoo and in centers of civilizatien. ions m ade_ upon the m ind of Macbeth . .· and the amount of its liabilities at , encountered t here·, but it is well to i 'n an African jungle. Plenty of The recent witc.h doctor murder "' Many pictures h a ve been drawn of l t he close of the fisc al y ea r. What 'remem b er in t his day it takes m o!'e " thrills from start to the dramtrial held in P ennsylvainia reveals the scene of Macbet h a nd t he witches 1 business fi rm wolfld g o for fo ur years initiative t o leave college and a t tempt ~ atic climax of the story . the wide-spread b eliefs of t he da rk wh ich reveals the cruel, wicked fe at- !wit hout d etermining its financia'I sta- 1to attain s u ccess than it d·oes to stay Also corned "OUR GANG" ages as persisting to-day even in the iir~:~~~:;, w~~~:~n d tion has I tus? The answev ·is obvious, none. j because co Hege attend ance is now a · ; in " Edison M arconi." . . world's centers of civiliza tion. e uca. I Yet many s tudents will .go four years ~ custom, w hereas a decade a.go it wa. a ' taken its toll amongt he behevers of !wit hout evaluating themselves as t o pr ivileg e. According to the report made by this a bsu r dity. And tod ay less and ' h . : . . R w Bb h I d' " ,. 1 . correspondent of the Otnah a Wo1·ld 1 . b . h d f 't h . d : t e1r sp1r1tual menta or p hysical re- I oger . a son, t . e ea m ,, · WED - T HUR -FE:SR -6th-7"'· f a 04 ess ' h 1p ' wit · h t h etr · .... f e 11ow men. Amencan · St.a ti st 1c1an, ' · h as comp 1ete d · • ' 'tc h1s f emgAl ear h ho hw1 c es. an f . 1a t ions Her ald Witchcraft is y et being prac- w\ h e ra_ t. t oug d ' t e _ stoi;ies f o 11 Yet, these students ·ar e not to be a~mputations showing that in com- ~ M1°SS! ticed in t he United States a nd v ar ious whi' lcd_ es is .ytet outst_a~ m g m ta es 0111' . censured, no r blamed. They ar e vie- parison" with an average yearly inl.I1 . .1. d . c 1 re·n , 1 s p ractlc1es ar·e m ost a . . . · · · s y d Chapman plays t he stellar 0 th er C1V11ze count ries similar to f tt A d 't 1 f . 1 1 1tin11zed by a system ,w h1cb dictates come earn ed by the four prmc1pal . orgo · en . n W1 c 1cra t 1s s ow v . · · . . ..t. t h e w ay it was carried on during the . d t k' 'th .t t h. . that the common m an can be elevated , learned profess1on- do.ctors, lawyers, role 1n this picture and he will '!' passm g awav an a m g w1 1 e 1 d ays 0 f Sh a k espeare. many s u - t't' b . f t h ~ thro ugh education and t hat matricu- 1mini:;>ters, a nd orofessors-ski11ed ·1agive you as m any laughs as he pers 1 .ion e 11eves o e 11 . . . b , b h : . d"d · "Ch 1 , S tu d ents o f h istory and r eaders of day. I at10 n 111 a college will e an ' open . orers, m ec am cs, and art1s~ns eari;i 1 1n . ar ey s Aunt" . historical novels have often t hrilled The only riv al of witchcraft which se,same" to a di mly seen utopia where a yearly income aggregatin g fifte en over the old accounts of w itc hes tor- is being prac ticed t od av bv educated ) t h e grief, t he sorrow, toil, and trouble to twenty p ercent hig her. ; A tured and executed- h ar mles3, 1.h oug h peop le is t h a t n iece ~f f oo1is.hness :of their par en ts w ill be absent. · Socieyt still compensates; the ma.n F R I. _ SAT. _ FEBR. Stli _ 9 th ' per.haps eccentric, old men a nd wo- p i·acticed by the' mediums. Ma~v 'Phe comments of t he writer are of :or woman w ho earns a living by m anBebe Danials -in me·n hunted to t h: ir death by judges people of today still believe t h at it i.s 1n o _value. H~wever, t he testimo~y of ~ ual labor,- an_d honest toil. .Eve? stuand leade_rs of society . . p ossi? le to t alk to t he soul of t heir ! em1~ent and .1mpo'rta?t persons I S not :dent h~s a_hberty to st ay 111 this col- " Educated persons h ave been shock- I dear fri e nd's dead bo.d y. Thoug h it i lack.mg and 1s now cited_. Dr.. F a_unce, lege Wlth_ its defe_ct_s., benefits, and "• Also Comedy "The Boos ter.." ed at the conduct of the Rev. Cotton h as never b een done, a nd don e on p res1d ent of B rown U m vers1ty, 111 a n faults w h 1c h are s1m11ar to oth ers; b ut Ma ther, the most cultivated, eloquent · the level, it is still p r acticed and !interview with a newspaper man said, to . tl~e students who feel the u rge ~ and disti ng uished New E ngland divine there are still people ,w.ho are fo olish " We of America never do an ything to. emulate some of our..greb.t leade1:s, of his d~y, pursuing _ove r twe~ty al- ~ nough to believe _in it. lh alf- h:artedly. Si n~e the Great w ar a_nd really b~ ecl?cate_d in ~he ~iverConting - FEBRUARY llth leged wi tches ~o t hen· deat~s m the . seems only fa i r tC) !<R Y that Hou- , a m ama fo r educa_tion h as swept t he 1s1ty of e~perienc·e, _this article 1s c~nand 12th. ; gr eat Salem witch p ersecution. d1111 h as done m ore good for Chris- 1land. Enrollment m our colleg-es and ;eluded with a rem111der that leavmg ,. Recently people h ave been reading I t ianit y a nd m odern civilization t h an universities h as increased ten times jcollege is not always a revolt, but a " the truly amazing details of t he tri al fifty p eroent of the preachers now in t he last twenty-five years while 'sagacious step, which answers the , of Nelson Rehmeyer, of York, P a., "a in the fi_e ld. He h as exposed 1:1or e 1our popu~ation ~as doubled in t he ;qu:stion constituting t he title of this 1; ~------.;,; w.;,i,;.; tc;.;h;;;....;; -do·ctor,'' convicted of killing ~! ~ t n cts of th~ art . of med1T~ms ,same penod. __F ifty-fi ve percent of article, we _go from h ere to work. §

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WHAT IS CU , fURE? \ For him who h as a pride in Ameri- 1 becomin~ prone t o be i m p ati·e nt. wit h Sha kespe are r ep resents Macbet h lt i.> to t ake off our r- hoeo and trrncl can traditions and ideals, it mby b e the readmg of the loi: g i: ove l, allearning his futu r e fa te from the " ;. !1 revc re n e,· uhe hoh 'Tf< •\.' nd ~ . . h f ll f t hou gh m any are of m fimt e wort h . HUNGE R ; . . th e rr ~ act ' e s ac r ed by the labor anJ • . ' g b ne · f t o rea d , h e '" wi tches, as su r e 1y as S au 1, m suffer _ m . te resting to no t e. t at o· a .orms .Seeking somet h m Bible h ad learnt his from the "Witch in~ . f th · lt ·s t · .le 1 i11 t h at whole which we call hte r a immedi ately alig h t s uu o n t he sh ort1 10 1 o e pir•nee1'. 1 o m ,, _ When a n e x cellent m e nu o f of Endor." o~r swe a.t w it r• th e sweat l'f the ture, America has a clear title to one 1 story.. It has ev~n ~o ne so f_a r today ; well balanced f o o d , quick and The story of still anot her of the ldJ.t' OO sla ves v<·'lJ t d led thiit.y ye.ir:s - t he short-st ory. AB numero us t ex ' s that some magazine is fe at u qng 'l\·,h nt c areful service awaits y ou re_c ent at tacks carried on agai~st on ::he Gre n·. p,n ·a mid in _rrodu ~ in g I have stated, t he short-story" is "Ameri- it terms a "short sh ~ rt-story "-:- ~U on witches h as been recently appe arm g ~o: .1 ,. work, ~ ::: ·~~·, ilJl e or rnta n ~•ible , c a's contribution to literature." one pag e .. If somet hi ng s h orte i is yet things t aste b e tter. in the d ailies, the· most recenti of , v: hich s.hall b·i oi p erm anen t v alue . . . . " h to be des1 red, w ho kn ow s but th at . th at· by wntmg which the Abbe Desnoye rs, t h e vener- .md help t o 11 r ese ·: ve the sen ti me nts I Some ,, claim . . . s. ort- popu 1ar f a nc y m ay Y~ t c ome b. a ck to That's t h e reason y o ur f a v c;i rable a nd hi g hly r espect ed p ar ish anfl lhoug hts of :.tie pre!:'ent fo r Lhe I st ory wit h a hyphen, we give it a de- the p oet, who speaks _rn st a nza rnste ad ite e a t ing and mee ting . p lace priest of .Bombon, a village 40 mi!es future, It is to memorize a lullaby j finite position as. an .art form. Con- of volumes! Confinin g o urse l ves : o ; i s known t o he · the best. from Pans, was fou·nd bound with wit h which a hundred miliion mo t hers sequently, there is disagreement, and . the p r esent, however, t h e s h o.rt-sto1y ropes and beaten unconscious in the have crooned their b abi es to sleep . all do not use the hyphen. However, app eals t o the Americ a n as a " h om eAfter the a t e rs a nd dance pars acrist r y of his church. After a pro- It is to appreci ate a pictur e w hich late discussion tends · to prove that p ro duct"-someth.in ~ w hic h . h el?ng s ties. ~olicited. long ed invest igation it was f~ und detaches and. lifts out of the confu s- t her e is a distinct t ec.hnique involved to ~imself . . C on side r .magazine c_ir~ u­ th at t he outrage h ad been committed ing, distra-ctin g details of everyd ay in handling the short-story, and there l at10n for proof of this. F or a m illio n b y a sect of m ystics known as flag- life some g re at ideal. It is to let . t he is a m arked trend toward - the full I pe ~ ple to be r eadin g a s tory is no GESSA MAN'S ell ants. They were led, by a w om a n dock laborer or the lumberjack intro- recog ntion of its place amon g prose I sm all c onsideratton . named Marie Mesmin, who h ad dis- duce us to that multitude of ho me- form s. Numerous short articles t o f ollow ~ CAF E covered miraculously a plaster st at u e l·ess, w if eless, childless m en who ar e W it hout b ecoming too t echnic al, it t h is will tell of some of the m ore of the Virg in that wept when she ready to curse God and di e. It is mig h t be said th at t.'1ere are a num- j' artful · Am eric an w ri t ers a nd t h eir ' • Nebras ka C ity , N eb r aska prayed• t o it. t o walk t he st r eet with the thr ong, her of rul·es to w hich t he sh ort-st or y stories: For ~o ur c.onv e n ienc e, sho~ld Ma ny of t he H ait ians belong to a a nd t o fin d t he me anin g of life, vi e- m ust conform. To the dis'c erning \ ~ou WISh t o inv estig a te. t h ese st~nes, sect of practit ioners of witchcr af t ariously iit least, thru sh:!rin g the ir re ad er, these lend themselves as un - j' hbra r y c all num b er s w ill b e affi xed. ~~-~ called t he "cult of the dead." W. B. t heir purp:osefulness, even their des- ' conscious)y apparent. We read a --J. 0 . F . Seabrooke in "The Magic Island," ~i~ , p er ation. It is to h a ve a r eii g·ious story, and it is either a good st or y, a I , -"'--~"--"'-~-~_..., rem ark able recent book on Haiti, !experience so sound that the gates poo'f st ory, or an indifferen t one, H a rvey- Wh ats the matter with CLARY'S CAFE ~ says: of hell and the minist erial associa- w.hich is worst of all. you ? M . "It is no t my inte n tion t o g loss ov- tion combined cannot p l'evail ag ai m t Ther e ar e in t he field of fh e sh or t L eo- I w rot a n article on fr esh E ALS, LUNC H E S , er the f act that ac t u al human sacri- it. It is to rea d hist ory and literatu r e story, as in all other fields, m ast er s m ilk and t he editor condensed it. I~ S H ORT O RDE RS fl ee is aLso an occasion al i ntegral p ar t and study scie nce and art . in s uch a of the art who t ower fa r above the HOME MADE PIES ~ 2 door s south o f Post Office of the Voodoo ri t u al in Haiti. Such m an n~r as to find on e's w ay intc. t hat : r an ks of t he hu ndreds of m edio cre. Come to Y. W. Wed nesday night . s acr ifices, however, ar e r are and p er- great comp any, ~hat ap ostolic sue- \ These are they who ' wr ite t h ose st or- and g e t a lit tle siste r. [ - ""' -~....__"-_""_.~ formed only under stress of seeming cession of saints and nw rtars, p r o- ' ies we unconscio usly judg·e as "go od" , dire necessity. phets and seers, t ellers of t ales a nd I for their work -h as confo rme d t o t h e NOTICE The practice of witc.hcraf t seems to sing·ers of songs, yes, and h ewers rules of the gam e. ~rnest Clary, Who 11as recollege people as a thin g almost im- of wood; an~ dr awers of water, a nd The w riter f ran k. ly admits t h at most cently t ake n ove r Georg e'c; p ossible and out-of-t he-questip n, but diggers of ditches. of t he fo regoing m ateri al w as gai ned place is sp endi ng every p osafter a little research it is am azing · fr om sitt in g in' a classro om on t h e sible e ffo r t to ma k e the pla ce how much c an he found concernin g Come to Y. W. Wednesday night camp us of t his co llege. Beli eving in E LECTRIC SHOP one o f the neatest and cle anm od·ern witchcraft . The only ar g u- and get a little sister. "Worth y Use of L eisure" (See the est h amb u r g er shops in Southment g iven by authorities in favor Seven Cardi n al Principles) as h e -d oes, e ast ern Nebr aska . S h oe repairing at 'Comfortable' of wit chcraf t is t h at it is h er edjtary. Miss Tear - "Why Mr. R oberts, w.hy he wishes to submit an exp la n ation Mr. Clary is c a r r y in g a larg e prices! Ladies Shoes a SpecialIn m any of our most st;a t ely and c'ivil- are you reg isterin g for child Psy- tellin g why t he American peop le are assortment of candy b ars, ty. a- most unbelieveable stag e. chology. fond of t he short -stor y, and he h op es a nd p ies_ an<} Oh! Boy ! what Shakespeare, prob able t he only Tip- Well, you see I need some mor e tha t c ertain sug,g ested sto r ies m ay p ies - t h ey are m othe r Cl a ry's (The Shoe Shop 0.11 the East writer who h as ,ev·er used the a r t of educ ation, and then ,too I might r aise become acquaintanc es a nd fr ie nds of famous h ome-maqe pis. - Adv. 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t Large Crowd ~ttend Budget Movie - -:------- ----------____; Student Gives Review of Bobcats At College Auditorium F'i· nal h _Arnold Selk, co ach at Arlington Record For Past Year try-outs for the cont estants 1g h sch ' 00 J• r eports t h at he is h avincr Coach Dana X. Bible, 1·ecently electh o will w '" re . present Peru in t he M 1 "a very s u ccessf u l season m · b asketball. ., The P eru B o b c ats ar e on t h eir way d Monday -evening, January 28, a N K -' · · Short " e football c,,,ach at the University of · · tournament were held W d . Y was g r adu ated from P eru _.t o one of the most successful seasons moving picture "Court Martial" was d t Ch e nes- m 1~28 d · h · Nebraska, and the foo tball team of -ay a · apel. Misses Howe y at . ' a n is coac in g his first yea r enjoyed by the local inst itution. given sponsored by the budget assoand Wilcox, sopranos ' oung Arlingto n. At Peru "Shorty" w as York college and York high school ci ation in the college auditodum. The Little Damozel" b ' e ac h sang "The well known as a footba ll, b asketb all. The boys w.ho tc 'l to uphold the were guests of honor at a Commercial .le·ads were played by Jac k Holt and j udge's decisi·on Y No vello. T he and t rack star. tandards oi P e·ru h ave already an- C 'Betty Compson. gave Miss.. Wilcox l Foll . . . lub dinner at ·the McCloud hotel on fi rst pla~e. Miss Ada B. d owmg i.s 1n s basketball record l'l.exed the co.nfer.,nce football charn- t he eviming of J anuary l5. The dinThe story centered about the civil to, s ang, "Homing,, b; a ri'~I c~~tral- \ so far this season: pionship for 1928 by beating Kearney , ner was attended by neighboring war. Captain Camden a .. young offiRolan d S tephenson' ~ .iago; · A r lington 13, Valley 18 lat e during the football season. towris. cer in the United States Army was trying ou.t, san g ~~:r o~lyT~e·nor Ar~ington 19, North Bend 12 They are now all primed and re ady commissioned to bring in Belle Stone at Eve" by Cadman. rush Ar~nf.ton 27, D a n a. Reserves 15 ' to g r ab the coveted bunting which Better library facili ties are now as- w.ho led the most d·estructive band AJl .o f these youn g people have :. ~~gton 28, Scribner 27 reppresents t.1 e N . I. A. A. confer- sured for York college as a r esult of guen~illas. Camden gained entalent and have b l -. r m g ton 21, Schuyler 6 . ence b asketball championshin for f t11e action of the Alumni Associa· trance to Belle's camp under the on t heir pieces. p::~ s~~:l~n!~~:r~ Arling ton 21, Fremont 26 1928-29. The Bobcat s ~ictory. o;-er t ion of York College, as t he o.ssocia- name of Devil D awson, one of his good showing in the tourname nt. The Fred Alie . by a d.ecisive 50-15 in- tion h as defini tely decided· t o remcdel captives. Belle welcomed him into co llege wi hes them. succe"s ; . n a n<l H arold Busch, Um- d1cates the sconng oower of the local and fully equip the old gymnasium her band of men and took him into i, vers1ty · · he r confidenc e. H e Iearne d s h e was _ - · been vis'of.· Nebraska . s t u d e~t s, h ave 'aggregation when •goin g f ull blr st. mto an attractive library'. MANY STUDENTS : itm g m P eru dunng the A victory over W ayne will clinch the a woman of refinement and c ' lt ure pa~t 1~eek. Both boys attended title for the Bobc1.>.t s, b ringin.g home Tl.e seventh operetta given by the as well as an outlaw. He fell in love ENTER CONTEST sc oo : ere la.-;t year. I, the "bacon" in two major spo1ts, Y.0rk .Coliege Glee Club, under the with her and allowed her to escape I - -football and b~sketball. d1rect1o:i of Dean Ch ar les Amadon, when the time came for him to turn 1 (Contin u'ed from Page 1) t DRAM.A.TIC CLUB Since the Graf regime Peru has w as very enthudastic.ally received by her over to the authorities. Captdn Collee:e Aud't · PRESENTS . . i .onam seven class B ~ ONE-AC1~ a 1ways . rresented well-0 Jed, smooth- a Jar ge au d 1ence at t he York TJie nre Camden w as court m artialed for • this 0 1 cl1estras w1ll compete. --working combinat. ions in faatb all an<l "T recent ly. The operetta w a'l entit led offense and was given her sent ence. When Belle learned that.he wa~ to be S t d a Ur ay seven o 'clock P . M. in EntertilinWoman's Club with One-Ad the teams molded •by Lotn Graf h ave he Quaker Girl." · the College Auditoriam eight class B Play, "Red Carnations" g iven a very account of shot for her crime s.h e to one act p lays w ill be presented and I --themselves. This institution prides PERl.i VS FALLS CITY save him. J\s 11 was led before the f l A O h J · A b I d firing squad, she rode on to the our c ass . re estras will compete. A gro up from the Dramatic Club itself in having such a personage as e ate second half rally, and R a ymo nd C. R ogers h ead of t h e I coached by, Ada Eyre, presented · a Lon Graf 1at the head of its athletic a free throw by Dasher in an over- · scene. She had been shot by some music depa t t t K l ' d t t time perio·l !!ave Coach W onde1·'s of .her men who pursued her', and : . r men a earney will one-act P ay, 'Red Carnatio:is., at the epfl r men · '"" ~ died after she had spoken with her M e music events. F JU<lg W0man's Clab which met in the Lit- . This fall a new man, one with un- Bobkitt~ns a 14 - 16' decision over the lover Captain Camden. Camden w as , r . Hube:rt Yenne of the U niv·e r~ ity ltle Theater, Wednes~a.Y evening, usual basketbal !ability was elected alls City .:agers las!; Saturday ni.gh.t. released 'from sentence with w Qrds of of Nebraska will jud g e d rama t ics J an u ary 30 at 8 o'clock. · t© gy.ide the destines of t he b asket- b F alls City lead at t he half 8 - 7 praise from . hi.s superioi·s. foi· bring! ev;ents. The c ast was as follows: b all t eam. · That man w ais Jim· 11 y ut Lli.e prepsters came h a.ck after the ing: i~ his cai.-tive. , A C ommittee from Girl's Club will Mr. Smith ----- --------Daris Bunc.h , Love•less · former star player of the intermisskrn and drew uo to a 13-13 ~..,..-...,_"-_..,..._._..,.._ sponsor '!'he r egistration and recep- Miss Smith, d a-qgh ·er __ Lois Metcalf Kansas City HiUya rds, a team of n a- tie just before t he reg~lation time tion at Mt. Ve~·non Hall. A committee Mr. Smith, a young· man ----- --tienal ranking. But Jimmy was no t was up. In t.he extra five minutes, fr om the Men's Club w ill act as door Donald Duryea destined to coach b asketball here. D asher scored from t he charity line n keepersat t he i?.uditorium during Following the one-act Mrs. J·o der After a successful year with t.he to g ive the Bobkitte ns t he victory. ~ the con t estand m an a ge rooming faci l- read to the club a negro dialect which ' freshman football team Jimmy w as F a.Jls City's ina bility to score their f ities. The D ramatic Club members was well rec·eived. suddenly taken ill on the return trio shos cost them the victory, as they will take c ne of the stage ,for pl ays. This same play wa_s prese:ited at home from DesMoines, Iowa, wher-e . outplayed the Prepsters for the great- I , . l\lfe'r nbers of the advanced liter a r y Chapel, Friday, Februnry lts. the ~obcats were given their only j er share of the ~ame. j interpretation class will sponsor the 1 defeat of tbe year, and after a few F or tne Bobk1ttens, Dasher kep.t ; reading contest. . A fishy oud fisher named Fisher days of. Hngering suffering passed f·hem always up in the running, and n Season t ick-et s for all events will be Fisher from the edge of a fissure; on to his reward. Pate and Capt. Williams played a fifty cents. Single admissi9n twenA fish with a grin With ·but ' a few weeks left before nice floor game. 't ty-fi.ve cents. A large crowd is exPulled t.he fisherman in; the opening of t he basketball season -----FINE PORTRAITS pected from o u t of town . Now they1 are .fis hing the fissure for. arrangemnts were made to secure th e: A member o:fi a p airent-teacher asrn- ~ FRA1\1:ES Fisher. services of "Dutch" E arnest Lorbeer. ciation c.h arged h e r small · son never D He--:Jf you'll g ive me your t elea graduate · qf Hays State Teachers to go into the h om es of his little .\ PHOTO FINISHING hone number, 1'11 call you up some Dale~ Well, my father h as another College, Hays, Kansas,a as b asketbal. friends if a card is displayed, as h e ~ CAMERAS .tiime. wife to support. mentor. . m ight be exposed to a contagious disALBUMS She- It's in tbe book. Fred-Gosh! ls he a bi gamis~7 With eight · v·eterans as a nucleu,s ease. f He--Fine! W .hat's you F name? D ale- No, b ut I got m arried. which .to build, a team Lor b eer Sending him to a n eighb or's home She- That's in t he book, too,~Sovhas effected an aggregation that ,h as on errand, .she was su r p r ised when he ereign Visitor. 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Substitute U started T a rko s sled down the .hill o,f and th en wh i- 1 we want good g ames Mey ers, f --------- - -- o o 1 o I MEEK LUMBER CO. , f ere IS no A defeat. we hire profebio n als. I think these W olcott, c ____ .,. ______ 1 O 1 2 I A\ w . J . RA'BEL, f g r. FOR HONESTY fl J "Gi g J oe" was more poi<:on t o t he gam es are plen ty ex cit in g and it ain' t , Kisling, C., c ---- ------ O 1 1 1 1. Phone 48 Peru, N e br. 1 o 7 1:1 1 bo ys fr om a c~·o ss the rive r . He h op ed nobucidy's business if Peru can wi n Lowe!, g --- - ----- - --- 3 as a business policy ~ I in six neat o nes fr om the fi e.Id b e- a ll J er game by g Pea t big scores. Meyer, g ------------ __ o o o o i -..~ -.....~~ fore Brockman c nme in t ') ta ke o ve r Say t ho th ere h r s sure bin a funn y 1 Pollard, g ------------ o 1 1 1 ' ;........-~-~---..- ...... - - . . J. CHATELAIN ~ ! the duties of center near the end •Week here. It gets a fellow all mix- TOTALS -- - ------- --- - 6 3 8 J5 ~ j of the final period. ed up whIIenh he .has toI g o to · differen t R efer e e, Wolf, Hillards ; U mpi re, I~ A. E. Johnson, D. D. f Watchmaker and Jewelerfj Tarkio's efforts :i t scoring w ere classes a t e time. was JUSt com- Elliott, Nebraska. ' m ostly confin ed to Jong as Imencing to g·et used to last semester s aJim Phone 36 · School Supplies j "Swede" :rnd "Russ" were "on' Tues- sc hedule a nd now they g o and change Mary: "Dad, th at youn g man with 'If d ay ni g ht and set ups were almost I me to all different cl asses. One day the knickers kissed me when we --~~"'1">---......,..,,11--~ impossible. J I forgot to go to a class and the ~--....--...- ~.-,~ ..-. -. i In th e first h ?!f a ournl e nu m ber te acher ·asked me the ne xt day whv went through L'ie tunnel." ~---~ - horizon . ~ ~-...._ J "6" fl ashed across the and I .h adn't been there. I told her I got Father: "Heavens! why didn ' t you ' ff A J. D. GRAVES I Wehrli, T a rkio g uar d, h ad his bi g all mixed up and forgot what days tell me at once?" Service With a Smile V ATTORNEY AT LAW 'j moment scorin g ei g.ht po ints in a~ 1 th at class w as supposed to meet. SJ. e 'M ary: "Oh, but Dad, I thought NOTARY PUBLIC ~ many mnu t es. After that the bri g h t just drew a long breath and sort a ··j lli g ht of Tarkio s·etlled in to oblivi on sied and sed "Have you been thoroly there might be ~ome~ore tu n nels." , SHOE SHOP j Peru .;.\ Nebraska ' b h ?" N j f @' and Peru c arried on to ano t her vict- ex amined y t e nurse yet. ow Gladys K-FooLs ask q ues tions wise f Peru Nebraska ....,.,___...._~- ---~ ...,._.......__ "" - ' orv. w h at do you suppose she meant b y men can't answer. _.....__.....__"'-_~-..-...-· ~ · · PERU (41) · FG FT F Pts J that? 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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 15-16  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 15-16 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 15-16  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 15-16 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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