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and Peru l ast Tue sday eve!1ing, Feb- . . . Literature H O ME " E C" S TUDENTS T h El ruary 5 both of t he Cot ner teams 1 Sterling, . ecum se , , mWA S L EY HIGH SCORER were g iven .the decision. The audi-. A SPECIALIST I N FUN C OMMENC E C L UB ! w ood , a nd P ierc e S how '· · ence w as per mitted t o decid~ which Up S t rong · · Pen up a Bobcat a n d a Wildcat in team presented t h e m ost convincing . The- :· bud g' eti' "committee arrang ed First Meeting Held With Mrs. Ennis Committees a re Formed 471 S TU D ENTS REGIST ER the same place, even if t he p l ace is '.rgument. A ballot was taken b e- for an un usual good p1·ogra~ for f or e the debate· and one at t he con- 1 • · .. . .. th' " · h h a.s big as Peru 's gym., and t h ere is ~ lusi.o n of the ar g ument. The •side t he students is mornmg w en t ey Majors and minors in_ home ecoThe second annual . , M. I. N. K. bound to be some exciteme nt . Such . whi c h g ·a ined the ' m{)st votes was b r ought E verett Kemp to P er u. ' nomics met at the home of Mrs. Ennis Everet t Kemp is an entertainer Music and Dramatic Cont est held was the c ase Thursday ni g h t, but :onsi<lered vict orious. . .. - ll.,_ .,... • 'Ii . · . I' t Tuesday, Febr uary 5, for t he purpoes Friday and 'Satur day, February 8 and the Bobcat rode rough shod ove r the At Peru the Cotner affirmative ·~ ~;~. ;~:~is;%e;ha_p;lt1~s~a a~e~i~~~;i:· 1of forming a Home Economics C~ub. 9, in t he college auditorium, showed · Helen Mae Alexander w as apporntOppo l·t1"on an d as a result P eru a dd- ' earn m et t he P eru Neg ative t eam oi:i m aker, n<i.t 1Stud1ed humor, for Evthe question: ";Resol ved , that the h I h a large imp r ovement over last year's e d temporary chairman and Vired another run1g to their c.h am pion - p r esent jury system in U m· te d States er ett Kemp · h is f 1t e aug, ter. contest. ship ladder, this time 36 to 23. s hould be ab{)liis'h ed." The Peru His d elig t u y.ror k as an enter- g inia Milstead r ecording secret ary. tainer is r e-enforced b y his. ster lin g . . . Although on Thursd ay evening the - .a;t ' h ... d. s ·reng . '" th , w h"1c h s h w " e A constitution committee was apThe first few min u tes were ex- team was r epresen ted by Leslie Leon- -symp y a:n roads between Peru and the highw ay citing with the score tied sev eral "I.r d , Ralp h Chatela in, a nd Arc,!1ie <:u t in his ~latform.· work. The selec- 1 pointe~ consisting . of J:e~ora Webwere blocked b y snow, contestants bebut after Young bro.ke a f? - 5 ;Y.Iartin. A lar.g-e· crowd attended the tions · used are umque and appeal t o er, Mildr ed Bunch, Len a McCrory gan to piJ.e in F riday mor ning, and tim es, d eb at e . alth~ugh ~he vote was close t he au<liani:e: T.he ir resitible h umor and Hop~ Currier . deadlock with an under-the-b askhet I t he a ffirm ative ga med the most votes. of some ·of his .readings is b alanced - . b y Friday t!vening last year's attenshot, Wasley bad scored fro~ t. e The Peru affirmative t e am, Miss b the de·~ pat hos of the mor e seA committee was appointed to dance was reached. side a nd Krejci flipp e~ a tip ·m , Averyl G aines H arvey Nickels, and · .Y bp · " make arrangements for a page' in Over five .hundred students atI th ea.ten · ' . d b . M rious num ers. d W ayn e never a n g erous Y r . - W ayn e Catlett, accompa m e Y r. His. humorous interpreta.ti°'ns the Peruvian consisting of Marie t ended the tournament. 471 st udents er:i the B obc ats lead. T.he scoie at !Lindsay met t h e C~tner team at have won for :Mr. · Kemp t he soubi- / Lash, Verna Gl and t, and Lucy Maj- actually registered, and p ossibly a half time w as 21 to ll, Peru. . . Bethany . The audience, although quet of "The Man with the Million ors. T.his committee was also ap- hundred more never r egister ed. The S•econd h al f w as a rep et 1t1~i; not •n early as lar g e a s the on~ at !Dollar Lau.irh" ahd he is seldom per. . the The second annu al tournament also of the first half with W asley, KreJCl jPeru g a ve C otner the decision. . l. .t.t d t 1 • . . 'th t t 11' of .pomted .to decide a name fo r br ought to Peru a large group of . · r Id oa.ls o eave w1 ou e mg , 1m1 e con testants who were m aking th~ ir and Rail~b ack scoring six ie g ·_ t he · "Man ·with t he Bone Colored ' club. and B r ockman and Wasley add ing COLLE GE NOMINATES Whiskers." . j Another m eet ing of t he club is t o foist appearance in a musical C?ntest. 1 three free t hrows. RDPRE '"'U'N T A T. IVES Tuesday, F eb ruary 11,,. A new di visioti o~ the tou rnament . '· p c.in . t m a !1_ of- the •l'J:r. Ke-pm .~ nrPpflr"'.d " g~. e -e1' t L, .. ' be held . • 19. W asley :wc.s htb~~ - i - ..&'1 - ..;~p:., -

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' . . . . . · as been built on his mas terly ren-1 Hel L f d ' th fi. · 1t he sup er1v1s1on of the trammg sc.h ool dition of plays !lnd boo ks includinc. en ang or were e rst to instruc tors. · ' (Continued OJ1 Pag e 3) b r·ompete in the Class A Girls Glee Carl s. keen of P iPrce d 1_·ov.e 250 ' Clubs. ii nd were chosen as winners · with a hand full of entries and of. this division. E.ach girl wore a took back another h nd frll of gold I and silver med als. Next ye ar Skeen · br ight red and w]:.1te uniform. The sec ond gr·oup of compet1"t oi·s 1 ~ 11s to come to Peru and take b ack cj ]ver cup. . in Cl ass A Girls Glee Clubs was T.h e second annual tournament w PB Over Half of ' the Cop Is I composed of t hirt y- two girls from a much greater success th an .an yone N I .. h Ha d Yf Tecumseh. These . girls we r e at trac- j had d ar ed t o ho p e, and h as .msured. OW n t.. e n s o · tively dressed in black sleeveless uni- p eru t h at a J'k 1 e contest will prob ably the Engraver f Th . !he held ne xt win t er. · orms. ey were given second MANY NEW FEATURES p iece. . MANY NEW STUDENTS The song s an g by bo th groups was ENTER AT MID-YEAR well m astered. Work on the college annual, · t he _ _ _ _ __ - ,- Freshmen Have Ninteen Added to Russell .Henderson and Charles Clar k !'ST E RLING NAMED Peruvian, is pro g ressin g at oa v ery · G HOLT STECK Prep are Paper s satisfactory. r,ate bf meed. Ove r h alf ' • Their Regular Enrollment j BEST GLEE CLUB . of the copy for the- book' h as gone f"K.r£PA ~S PROGRAM Ait the meeting of Tri Beta o n I --to the en gravers, and work h as n ow Alth ou gh, a few students 'dl£conFebruary 5, papers were read by ' \Vin Contest Easily Over Peru, Elm- commenced on the editorirl p·il ase of Is Unusually Well Prepared to Give +inned their work at the teachers Russell Henderso n and C h arles w ood, a nd Rockport the · book. · 'W'it.h' the· work advancSuch a Musical Program college the first semester. A larger Clark. ing in such a manner it is practicn11 mber registered for the second Mr. Henderson discussed t h e r eSte rlin g hi gh school won the ally insm,ed wi th · continued co-operG. Holt Steck, instructor of voice term. lation of the incre ase of pop u l a lio n cl ass B B oys Glee Club eve nt w ith atio.n that the staff will be able t o will ap p·e ar in r ec ital th e evenin g of Tlii3 mid-year g rowth is the in the world to tJ1 e food suppl y . He th irteen m embers, by disp osin g of ag ain have· the'· .annu al on the camp- ~ebru ary 19 in ~h e colleg e au di tor- I.largest in the histo r y of the colleg e. pointed out that increase in acrea ge som e excell en t glee clu bs. The Ster - us before t he close of school. mm. Mr. Steck 1s not only a singer Man y na mes h ave been added t o and im,provement in agTic u lt\!lral lin g club was coached by Superin- 1 The ad vertising man agers h ave r e- but a musici an. He is a graduate of 1each class. Among tJ1 e seniors ap technique have vastly increase d the tendent S a ms. ceived very good . response from the t he Ch icago Musical Coll ege and has pears the fo llowin g : Kenneth Gaines, capacity of the ear.th to support p op P eru Prep, Elmwood, and R ock- I business ·men in ·this section of Ne- , studied with such m as ters as Saa r, Evelyn Noerlinger , Helen Stall] t' p ort a ll h a d well-trained clubs en- 1 braska, w ho ,b y t r eir co-o:p era tion BoJ·owsk i, Th atch er. Mar y ot, and ot h- 5m it h, and Gwen d alyn Ma' Iory. u ;~~nCI k ]rn on the "Rel ation tered in th e c ontest I are m aking the public ation possible. ers. He will sin g four g roups of 1 Th e mid-year 'en ro llmen ts in the f · B: 1 a: t spoPublic Health". T.his Se c on d pl ace was awa r cled to the , T he P eruvian t his y ear will be a songs, the last group b eing mcdern. ! junior cl ass are: Willi am W arman, 10 o~y ho T . B ta ·"UbJ'ects for 1Elmwood club wi th nine'. een mem- v er y interesling 1-istory of the ye ar 's T his in an all-En glish prog.r am. ~ Lo1.1 ise F ar ley, J ohn Dilli on Ken1s "''contest He bers, while third p lace an d h onor- even ts. Th e Aaff .h as Just · . one o! t e . n 1 e recent ly Who is Sylvia? --- ---- ----- Shubert net h Cro ok, Eda Salfrank, and Verits annual n a ti-ona essay f · d a b le m e n t i'o n was wo n by t he R ock- t.a ken the nomin atio n of the colleo-e My Lovely Celia Hi'gg·i'ns n fl Gl andt. ' emphasized the importance o mo . --- -- ----ern met hods of stu dy of bacteri a to p or t b oys. w it h seve n mem ber s. fop the rep r esentat ive students. Th e P assin g By - --- -- -- - ---- ---- Purcell The sophomore class is increased Elmwood w as coached b v Cora Wi l- two - new clubs, . Hom e Economics The Bailiff's Dau ghter of I.s'lin gton by the followin g persons: E arl Warn· d the problem of prevention an cu re li ams a nd T ark io by Mtldre d 's·1ze- and Histori cal R e!::ear ch, will h ave --- -- --- ------- Old En g lish Air 1' e. Eileen Means, L awre nce ·Roger s of the bacterial dise ases. more. sp ace in the Peruvi a n. Durin g th e Th e Monotone -- - ------ - Cornelius Arthur Flynn, Gen evi eve Si re, F ra n1 At t his meeting of Tri ~et~ ~i~~ ,. MINK to urnament, t he Per uvian Request - ---- ---- ---- -- ------ F1:a nz cis P atten, Ch arles F owler, Sam juniors and seniors w e re ree e c e STE R LI NG G I R LS WIN st aff .h ad pictures ta k en of the winn- The Wanderer's Night Song ___ Li. zt Lewis, Marjo r ie Leahy, a nd Darwin full membership, and nine sop~~ Of t he seven entries! for Girls Glee ing g r oups in the play and orches- None but the Lonely Heart ------- Damon. omores were elected to a ssoltciab Cl u bs si x r eported. Elmw ood , Hum- 1 tr a contests. These p ict ures will al--- ----------- - --- Tc.haikovski T 1e new members of the fr eshTheir names .wi . e bo ldt ,' P e r u, Shuber t , ,S terling, and so appear in the a nnual. mem b ers h 1p. Love Song ---- - -- - -- - ------ Brahms man cl ass are: F rederic · Oerter, announced at the time li>f initiation. Verd-On wer e represented. R ockThere are still a lar g e number of Aria from Faust 'Lau r a Davenport, E sther Hoffm an, p ort was the onl y on e th at was un- stu·dents on t he campus who have " Even Bravest Heart'' _:._ __ Gounod Fern Sc.h midt, Mary ' Pipal, Danial L. J. G ILKESON p ASSES A WAY. able t o b ri n g t h e i r sin ger s. not as yet ar~an ged fo r a copy of The Sea - -- - - - ---------- MacDowell McSwan, Joy Butler, Lela Horton, Word i·eaches Peru of the deat.b of T he c ontest w a s close, Peru and . the book. With such a promm ng;- Charity --- -------- ------- Hageman Mar ion Reisin ger, Avis Rogers, Flor. h avi ng t ied for first pl ace annual in view, we urge .these fo lks My Menagerie - -- - - ----- Fae Foster ence P ate, Helen Ait ken, Davis L. J. Gilkeson of Rochester, Min ne- s ter Irng . . . book at once to pre- Sea Fever -- - -------------- - Coates Cook, Neil Trabert, Lloyd Lilly, Ellthe to eng age their sota. Mr. Gilkeson was formerly suk ed t o ap p e a r ag am w ith were as . I . . h · Mr. Benford will accompany Mr . en Hill, Dean Slemons, Mary Mc· perintenden t of the training sch~ol resu lt t h at Sterling w13 s the wrnner. vent · them expenencmg regret a.t t e Peru too k seco n d and Humboldt third. , close of the year. Steck in his recital. Nair, and Edua Patterson. here. Death eame following a maJo r operation. l

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'{ ......, ............ .. . The b ig event of the scho - 1 year All w omen f?culty members and f or Peru with two field goals and a I Q FEBR. 21-22- 23 will be the Southe·stern N ebras1'a facu lty members wives are especi al- free ~hrow. Dasher and Applega te Ben Greatest picture since Basketb all Tourn ament which wi ll ly in vited. pl a yed well bo.t.h on the offense and Hur. be held in Peru, F ebrua r y 22 and 23. It has been the custom for nine the defense. ~ ~I It has no t as yet b een fully set- years for the Girls Club to g ive a Captai n Reed of Auburn was hig h tied as to ho~ 1?'any schools will be \ costume p~rty in the month of Feb- scorer of the evening with six points, entered, but it is an ~~sured fact ruairy. Last year t he h oliday ide a followed by 'Risse with fou,r. Meyers ~ Just finished a big run in Oma ba Theaters. Don't fail to see thot the 1929 t ourney Wlll be l arger 1 w as c ar ried out. wa1s outstanding on the Bullqog dethis show. than preceding tournaments held at ·fen se. Peru. I READING ATTRACTS SCHOOLS PERU (14) FG FT P Pts ~ Au burn, U nadill a, a nd Sterilng re- I. Williams, f --------- '- . ~ l ' 1 5 ~ N ow ..that another big load is off ceived fi rst, second, and third pl ac·es D asher, f -------1 1 0 3 § the minds of Peru St udents since t he respectfully in the reading contEst. Pate, c ---------~ , O.. fri 1 2 -~~~~--..me.._. def e?t of Wayne TJ·ursc:lay night, This contest ·was held in the Little Pug h , c ---------0 0 0 O. it will be easy to concen trate our Theatre, Frid a y afternoon at one- 1 Newton, g -------- . 6 0 2 0 thoughts to t he f <' St Om ah a Univer- thirty o'clock. Only, five towns par- Applegate, g - - - ---- .,. -- 0 2 2 2 sity five, the only rem r i ning Con- ticipated. W. Willi ams, g --•- O.. ~ . 0 2 ference game, and to the St. Ben- · "The King o.f Boyville" was read TOTALS 3 8 6 14 edict ga~e, the latter will probably by Auburn, "The Gerby Wedding" AUBURN (12) fG FT P Pts b e the best g ame of the yea r. ' by Un adilla, and "The Unfi nished 1N. Andrews, f -------- 0 0 . 1 9 . Story" by Sterlin g. E. Andrews f ---- -~ 0 0 0 , CAPTAIN LARRY LISPI CHARLES TRENH()LM The g ills drew for numbers and Risse, c ------·- 2 0 1 4 HUNGER Captain Larr;r Lisp i, member of t,h e WINS FOR PERU they re ad according to the number Reed, g ---------- 1 1 2 6 fast St. Benedict's basketb a ll team that they drew. They each also drew Meyers, g -------- l 0 2 2 hails from Kansas Ci.ty, M issou r i. He ' When an excellent menu of Cornet, Clarnet, and Trombone Solos ;the names of two r~~dings and chose Gordon, g ---' ----'- 0 {) ~ 6 stflrred with DeLaSalle g~ademy of well balanced food, quick and Are Featured · lone fro m the two to read. Each girl '.J20TALS 4 4 7 12 Kansas City, a,nd was laf er a member ___ had one hour in which to p rac tic e careful service awaits you Miss Le• .r·a Setzer :if · P t:'rn· has crbof the fast Kni::i:hts of Columbu& team things taste better. The name of the selection for the without a director, co ach, or help of cl an!let solos was "Beautiful Month any kind. Each girl announced .her tained a pos;don as P ; hcip ll of the of St. Josep h, before entering: S_t . own number. Hi g h Sc11 .. : I • t Mill.,r, Ne_b r:>s-'i-; a. , Benedict's i n 1~27 . . of M:>y." · · There were cont·estants That's the reason your favor====~==============~~==:::=== from six towns: El~w o od , H ickman, ite eating and meeting place P1J.hnyr~, feru, Sterling, 1J.nd Tecumis known to he the best. seh. W.hen the final awards were read After tl:teaters and dance parSaturday evening by Mr. Doyle, the ties. solicited. foll owin.g. we ·e n$lmE>d: third p lace and honorable mention, Floyd Wil· son, Sterlin g; second p lace,and silver ' GES SAMAN'S m"edal, Frederick P arker, Tecumseh; First place and the gold medal to John Stover of Hickman. F ifteen in Cornet Section :ebr••ka In the cornet section fifteen towns were entered, not all of the co ntes~-""- ....... tants,. howev,er, were able to appear on nccount of the 8eve1'0 weat11er. Frank Goodman of Tecu mseh, third place and hono ra ble mention; K eith Korn of Verdon, s econd and 8ilver men al : and J ohn Ma? chm z of Pierce MEA,L S, LUNCHES, wo n first pl ace and 1<"1d medQI. SHORT ORDERS Charles Trenholm Wins for Peru H OM. t M ADE PIES In the trombone sec tio n there we re 2 doors south of Post Office only tliree c ontef t Ants although seven towns h ad entered. In this section Orvene J an nFen of Sterling placed third, Lyde Brinksm an of Unadilla ->--c--,-~ second; and Ch arles T~· e n .ho lm of Feru won first place and the gold medal. ~

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The seco nd semester Dramat ic Clu J;i . EXCHANGE NEWS The Dramatic was host to the tryouts wer e h eld February fou rt h d rarna t"1c con t.es t an t s m . t h e tou, rnaand fift h in the li ttle t heat r e. The '------------~---- . ment at two recep t ion one held fo,r fo llowing w ere adm itted as pro ba. Wesleyart Glee Club men will go 1those entered fn Class A plays on Frition ary m embers : Mabel H ' · R th H ig.gm s, to Midla nd College at Fremont, Feb- d ay afern'oon and t he second for the u arajian, Dorothy W orley, i·uary 12, fo r a n exch ange .concert of Cl ass B entrants • held 'Saturd ay af ter; J ohn St ah n, Elsie Nus.s, M" r et h - < gar t e A-Capella choir which presented no on. At the reception t he Pern

Clubs · The A uburnscGlee ool Boys M iiss Cec1·1 L . Chambe r s i s now Cai Dean Grass, a p·r o g r am i·n the Wesely an auditor- Dramat ic Club extended welcome to Cl b Glee M n, . , G.ia·d t Mys. Kimsey, D judged winners of th u was kindergar d 't' . ai g are eier, orothy N elson , Neil ium J anuary 19 the contest ants and entertained t h em , The Aubu rn c 1u b coe event. IJ 1co . St t Nen e n I C m t h e N ew Mex- TB l'ab er , Viv ian Stooker ' E lm er R · · · t d by producing one of their ori gin al ty-nine students u · .nsis. ·e o.f twena e ormal U n i ver sity at La~ I . ur ke, Mar g aret Major s, F lorence El- ! , -.ir.. H I ' nd e r the d1rec t ion i Veg as. Miss Ch amber . ho t, Ell e n Nil es, Marg a r et Ced er.holm t Bo t h of W eselyan s d eb ate t e ams one-act plays, "The Flash-Back" 8 of 1'.u s. e en Lan g f o rd w as m G ' •will b · t' · d b t" h d dr am atized by Ann a Best J c d er. Both school : · scho ol here i n 1926 eorg e Cook, and M?ry Alice E ng les. I egm "1e1r e a m g sc e ule s displayed exce llen t 1 next wee k, with t he neg ative team E ach contest an t . w as presented with 1 ta ent and showed that a l arge Flo y d Chase, w ho PIANO, VIOLIN CORNET SOLO I meeting t he Western Union T eam on a copy of the anni versary p amphlet . amoun t of preparation h ad b was a. stud ent . ' ' , the home flo or next Tuesd ay eveDurin g the M. I. N . K. tourn amen t , made by both particip a nt;_ een ~t Peru l ast year, a nd is no w teac h- 1 The ,Pi ano solo .c ontest of the M. I. i nin g, and t he affirmative team meet- the. Dram atic club was h 9.st t o Miss _ I 111.g ma nu a l tra i ning at NP.bras k a . N. K. to~ rn ~ment ~D s held in t he col- ing St. Olif at No rthfield, Minne- P auline Glettly rep resentative from ' EVERETT ~EMP GIVES PROGRAM I C i ty, h a.s r ece n t ly comme nced a new , lege · a ud1torrnm Fr~d ay at t en o'ckck sota. t.he Dramatics Art ·Dep artment .. of ' (Con~mued from Page 1.) c? u rse 111 t he hi g h school at t h at a. m . T he foll owmg town~ p ar ticithe University of N~J;>rasJ.<.a, .w ho· -..yas' such f a vontes as " T hat p .· t f : city. . p a'. ted: Auburn, Humb oldt, Nebr ask a I Th ese tough ex amin ations that jud g e of the readin g· and play ' c on-' b y .H,a rold Bell nn · S· ter l m ' g, and Uria<' illa. 1I test our m etal and spir it are like the tests d urm . g t h e t ournament. 1 6. IP •· s ,, W er . ,,, o . ' !' c·t 1 Y·.r p 1erce; l .d 1 " · e \~eri 0 a l rn " ,,b y J G . H o ll ,.., a nd ; ri"g.!. ' ··~~~e ·\ · s of sands that .g iv~ qysters T ht,e 1 T h e . f a cuit y a nd students who .. Th . .e· P I.~ces awar d. e d _ as fol- ' g r am l\{us1c Master by Charles K l ein- or 1 were 111 sc hool t h ree years ago will . lo ws . t h u d, Ma xme .Sm ith, AP b urn; stomach aches. After a time they FRANK JENKINS · BEST TENOR: "If I Were King" by A ustin 'Mc- I r~memb er Mr. a nd Mrs. R. D. Har - . S~con~d , Grace McCror y, Elmwo od ; become pe arls. ' F r ank Jel\.kins 9f , Humboldt plac~ ·· Ca rthy. . nso n , w h o were p opularly known as I First, Velma Barsler e, St erlin g. / --1 ed first in the tenor solos. No r m an Mr. Kemp is not a f t . t H - M a ry an d Bob. They received the A scJ.10lar ship was a lso given t o . Midl ands second annual All-Col- Mclrvoi of Tecumseh won sec"l nd neither bizarre in his u u ns . t ~ is hi g hest v o.te o n the popula r it y co-n- first place by Robert T . Benfo rd i n- lege ni g ht, sponsored b y t he Midland place and the silver medal; and Ken nor intricate in his think-;~;~enI:t~i: ~est, a,.-;;d t heir pictu~es will be found ~tru~~or of i:~n; at P eru. The .ocho- Play~rs, will be h e ld March 8, ac- ne th Boyd of Elmwood placed third,. choice of s e i ection h i 1n the f eature sect 10n of the 1926 . ars ip prov1 e _two. lessons a week cordm g to an an nouncement m ade in t his division of the contest. . t hoc:e t hat mak s . e pres e n ts :Peru vfan . Their man y friend s. will if when contestant after g raduating by Winifred Lorimer co ach of dr aD on Bentl·ey of Te.c umseh plac·ed· • e a n inten s e a1weal · " h sc · h oo ' l enro II s at Peru col- mattes · ' t·he - ones of which . . , b e mtereiSted in the following "baby- f rom h 1.g at Midland. third in the eight contestants w ho and presents them w;h n e ve..!:. t1 r~- ).gram"' received by Dean Delzel re- lege the f_ollov:in~ school year. T.his I sa'ng t he baritone solo • "lnvictur"; f h . _,. "':'1 t he gem us I c e ntl y . The " b a b yg ram" annnounc- was the first tnhe such a scholarship I By adop ting a const itution and l Howard Miller of St r won the o a man w o is ulst111 c tly a n a r t ist, t e d the birth of a daughter . Nancy has been given. ! electin.g officers for the society the er mg possesse~ of a sympath t' d • . r · . · · silver medal, and Herbert Spiecker-' 1 Th standin g· of li f e e l C un er- B e lle, to Mr. and Mrs. Harrison on, I 't le vio l'nl ~okntestants . perf?rmed pr e-th ~o l og1c a l students organi zed man of Rock Port, ,Missouri; won · · J a nu ary 14th . h l 1 1a e even o c oc !!-· m ., Fnd ay m t he t he Midl a nd colleg e ch apter of the fi Mr . Kemp been a P <' p-nl a,r L y ·j college auditorium'. T.he towns who Oxford ·Fellowship Monday evening rst place and t e go meda · ceum eqtert~mer for nearly twenty Rec e n t ly a letter w as received ent ered were ~ EJ :nw oc d, Hic li m , n , after a dinner in _the p r iva te di nin g ""-""'-~-...--....... --...'. C< r s.- - 1) rr,,:)f c o ncl .•.''ive t.h ;s, th at from D r . Hu g o Broeker, ProfeEsor 1-J'ebraska Cit y, Palmy ra, P ier ce, R e ck- l room of the Gymnasium-Com mons § .he pr~sents to audiences a t horoug h- o f G e rm a n , a t Rice University, Texas 15ort, and Unadi'lla. . Ibuilding. ~ ly sat1sfacto.ry program. requ esting t hat a copy of the Per 1:1 Thir~ · i:Iace was rlivirlerl hetwe~n ~ I P edagogia n be sent to him. · Dr. , Anna W1lha~ -0f ~lmw o o.d and M·ss A du al deb at e between the R ap id ~ IOLA WILTZE BEST S OPRANO jB r oeker g r ad u ated from Peru in Rich'.11an"of ~ic'kma.ri ; oeco r d, Aud r ey . City School of Mines a nd t lie Ch adThere showed a decid e d incre a£ e 1913. · . ' i Perkms, ~almyra; first, Wi nifred R as- I r on State .T eachers' College will be A . -· in the number of co.ntestants in the Early i n 1914 Mr. Broeker decid- I ted y ~f ~1erce. . . . held on Fnd ay, of t his w eek. 1 'l soprano sec t ion, th ere being t e n ' e n - e d to v isit his n ative home. in Ger- 1 A simtlar _schqlarship w as g iven t o Q tered for this event. The seJe.c tion . m any H e had t h e · prelimin ary pa- : fi;st plac_e· ~n the -yiolin b y Vic tor H . "Students of a school c an be, to a ~ ~ sung by the c ontestants w as " T he I pers ma d e out for citizenship in the : Jmdr~ simi~a: .~o the ' firs t place in m uc h lar ger ex te nt than they reali ze ~ bittle Damozel" by Novello, D oris !Uni t e d States, but this w as no.t en- 1the piano div1iS1on. responS'·ib le for t h e ~ize of t.~ 1 e enr<II- I ~ Umland of A uburn won third p l a c e <;>ugh to qualify him as a bona •fid e , . The con t est nu111ber was Mi nu et in me nt of t heir p articu lar colleg e." II FINE PORTRAITS and hono.rable m e ntion; t he silv e r I cit ize n , a nd w hen the w ar broke out G bf .Beetho".en. . . - - ~ medal was won bv I-Je len Hen ke of he was d raf t e d into the Germ an I At two <>'clock t.h e cornet solo con- They find fa ult wit h edit or <; FRAMES Sterling and the g ; ld medal and fir io.t army. A t on e t im e a r ep-0 r t reached _.test was h~ld. · Elmwood, I-Iic~man, The t hings we print ar e rot, pl ace by Iola Wiltze of Honey C reek h ere t h at h e h a d l ost his !if~ in: ser- ' Nebr_aska City , Pal.m yr a, .P er:' • P1 erc 1 The p aper's a bout as p epp y ~ PH0TO FINISHING Ada Brady of Peru p l a ced t h ird in I vice. D r. Broe~er r.eceived ,hi~ P~. Sterhn.g , Tecui;iseh, Un adilla, a nd , As a cemetery lot . A CAMERAS the contralto so.los. Maxine Sams of D . fr om t h e Umve r s1ty of Berhn m \ Verd~n wer11 e!1tered. , >.. ALBUMS Sterling p l a c e d seco.nd, a n d M aPy F r a - J.927, a n d retu rne d to. t his country . Third plac e, Frank ~ocdman fr om The :ads show poor ar ra.ngem ent, \!' zier of Auburn won first and t he go ld l ast N ovemb e r at w hic.h ti'.11e took seco nd , Keit h V er- 11 Th e Jo kes, the y s r y, are stale, meda l. The song u sed was "Homing .'' / u p his w o r k a t Rice, Umvrs1ty. don, first Don Magdanz, Fierce. , The olq er students holler, ~

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SUPERINTENDENTS MEET Miss Papez, supervisor of penman· ship and art, has returned from Iowa The County Superint enaent's AssoCity where she turned in t.he "The- ciation was held in Lincoln on, Wed I "DERE FOWKS" sis" for her masters degree. During nesday, Thursday and Friday of last her stay there last week Miss Papez Gives Victory to Plattsmouth ' WEDDING BOUQUETS also took her final examinations ,for week. Professor Tyler, head of the Dear Folks: rural department, and Dean Delzel the same degree. It sure is cold here and the wind Frit z Rothert's boys from up the FERNS, PALMS, AND _..,_...,_..,_....,_..,_..,_ , attended. It is interesting to know is _b lowing and its sn5>wing and every- . river sailed down on the Bob kittens BEDDING PLANTS that ex-Peruvians are well repre· thmg else. This w eather sure is Frid a y nig ht and, after a hard fo u g.bt WIRE PHONE WRITE AMBULANCE AND sented among the superintendents. awful-a hole month of snow .. But over time game, returned .. to/' FUNERAL DIRECTORY Nebraska County S ti p erintendents. say there is one nice thing abou.t it, Pl attsmouth wi t h a 14 to 13 decision L. HORTON & CO. who were former Peruvians include it sure makes keen co asting. under their belts. Nebraska City, Neb.raska Phone 128 Peru, Nebr. the followin g : Mrs. Id a McCJintock, The other nite a bunch of we kids In the first half the play w as _....,_...,_...,_.._. _.._,_,_ _ . . . , _ . . , . . . . , _ . . , _ , _ . . , _ . . . . j Antelope county; Kat hryn K. Lee, Banner County; Alpha C. Peterson. were down on the hill coasting. Well somewhat even with Plattsmouth ~--..-.......--..-"""'-"- / Cass County; Mrs. Edn a H. J ackrnn, my sled load had just slid down the holding what. edge there was. The'.....,_...,_...,_._._...,_...__... I Cherry County; Wilfred E. Voss, hill and started to drag the sled half ended 9 to 4 in Platt smou t h's fa vMANUAL TRAINING ' D a kota County; Elizebeth E. Sc.h elb ack up' to the top when another or. Full line of tires, tubes, and k~pf, Fillmore County; Joseph W. LUMBER The Bobcats came back after the automobile accessories. Miller, Gage County; Theodore A. bob came down and bang! They Frye, Gra nt County; Eva B. Shu- t urned over and spilled them kids intermission and out played PlattsLACQUER, ENAMEL GAS AND OIL man, Jefferson County; Elva L. Mcevery which way. And beleive me mouth and with one minute to play PAINTS We have a modern air hoist . Coy, . Johnson County; R achel McElto help us give the best service roy, Kimbal County ; Cat terette I sure did laff, caus one of them were leading 12 to 10. COAL sled had • With only a minute left to play COAL possible m lubricating your Bishop, Sarpy Cou·f ity; E. H. Koch, girls on me sumthmg turrible because she car. Seward County; R. D. Hendrickson, was riden on a new sled and mine Peru fouled. Plattsmouth took time ' ' MEEK LUMBER I Sherman County; and Clar a M. Mc- was a little mellow· :Wit~ ,ag~'. Gee! I out, talked things over, and then I w. J. RABEL, Mgr. Glatc:hey, Valley County. sure was. glad she upsot -it just serv- lined up for the free throw. T.he , Phone 48 Peru, Nebr. AUBURN HAS BEST CHORUS ed her n t e. She sure gave me a ·ball arched thr11 the air barely graz- 1 _,_..,_..,_,_..,_..,_ . dirt! look, but I never cared any ed the bank-board a, Plattsmout h Auburn, Falls City, and Tecumseh for that because IOoks won't kill ' 1· were the only three schools to bring But I have sorta k;pt · out · of he~ player then leaped into the air, _...,_...,_..__....,_......,_,....._ There is no Substitute ' , a mixed chorus in class A. road since as she is' 8 . pretty big the ball and the score was FOR HONESTY # ,was some very good harmony m all girl and mite take a notion into h tied. # A. E. Johnson, Do Do S. the groups, but Auburn was con- head that 1 had sumthihg to do wi:~ During t.l1~ extra three minutes Phone 36 as a business policy ; I sider_ed to have the best c.horus by . that ole upset. .• . . Hadrapa .talhed from the field for "' j the Judges and was awarded_ first Say Bub I've iot sumthing tO tell Plattsmouth and Applegate counted I' C. CHATELAIN / Pll!ce and the p enn ant. F~ lls City ! you when I get. thru don't ever let fhromf _the1 free throw line to m ake ...,_.._._...,_..__....,...._...,_ was second and Tecumseh third. , me .here you say th t p . 't t e ma score 14 to 13 in Plattsa eru. am sum mouth's f a vor. Watchmaker and Jeweler town. There was· a new girl here to PERU TAKES CLASS B CHORUS !school and her mother- had just helpMcConnaha and H adrapa starred ..... _..,_.....,_...,_...,..,_....,_ ' I d h . k h b . for Plattsmouth while D ao:her Ap- ; Service a Sm1·1e . I I . Peru and Sterlin g again were close ,, ea d .t er ptc out er oardmg place pelgate d c t · w·11: ' I School Supplies t" f h , an ap ain i 1a.ms car- ' m the Cl ass B Mixed Chorus but the I n 1 was ime or er to g<> back . j _,_....,.__..,_...,~~ . Training School singers ca;ried off ' down to the depot with he; mother. ~1e~ the brunt of the Bobki ttens at- f , 1 .... pennant. Miss Ruby Brown has ,· This was all at ni'te now you un der- ac · SHOE SHOP done some excellent work with the stand. Well after her mCJther had CATHOLIC CLUB MEETS-PARTY . Peru Nebraska ' J. D. GRAVES Girls Glee Club and the Mixed Ch or- Ileft the girl started back to her T _..,._,...._..__,...._"-_...,_ ATTORNEY AT LAW us, and deserves much of the credit I room and she couldn't remember he College Catho.Jic Club m et on NOTARY PUBLIC for Peru's success. Sterling was &ec- / where the .h ouse wais so she started Wednesda y evening in the C. C. A. _,._..,._.._,_.._,_.._,_...,._ Peru Neb lond and Elmwood third in this group. walking around and she walked and room for a part'y. The evening was . raska ' I I w alked for a long, long time, and spent in playing bridge and hearts af. I YPIC3 I JUNIORS RETAIN ·OFFICERS finally a boy from the house had to ter which sandwiches, s a lad, a nd cof-1 g o ou t look for her. He found fee was . . . . . . , _ . . , _ . . , _ . . . , . _ , _ , _ . . . , . 1 . _ DJrm,., th~ convoc at10 n hour T~,es- her ro~mmg around-.up on the campA short business meetmg was held, 1 J I 11.-.y, t h e Jumor Class held a meetmg. us trymg to get .her directioris from afterwards at which various an- J" Washing and Greasing 1 The f ollowing officers . were elected: ) the stars. So there! Any town that nouncements were made regarding Polarine and Mobil oil Cla~d e Mathews -----~- Pr"c'.dent I peo~le can manage to g et lost iu h as the coming activi~ies of the club. 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Because of u si ng over the time With 30 entries already }ecorded ·s:: d . T he g 1"r ls c lub held the1·r annual edicts to avenge an earlier defeat at p r of. L oy James G i lk eson, f or mer , 1 the district basketball tourn amen t t o Iim1't ·s pec1!1e in tne p l a ys S a turday evenin g, Peru w ill f orfei t the cup t o ; costum e part y i n the gymna~iu1~: of the hands of Peru. Peru man and mem b er of t~e fa culty, i.be held at Peru, F r iday and Satur- Ste rling . ._ the t raining school Saturday, FebruMurray the clown of the St. ~ene- died last Saturday, and the foll ow in g promises to be one of t he larg est According t o the rules, the t ime 1ary 15, at 8 o'c lock. The girls came diets team drew iiirst blood when he obituary is h and us : and best ever held at t his institut ion . li~t for . eac h p l ay wa,,s ~o have b een C)stumed as characters i n story-books. 1sank a short one . for two p oin t s. "Loy J. Gilkeson passed away at The teams are divided in , three th1f ty m mu tes, b ut His Japanese D . h . f . f h Lewis followed with a free t hrow five o'clock, Saturday mo rnin g, Feb - , classes, A, B, and C. There are. eight , ,, present ed b y p ~ru h1g . h sc 11001 : a nc1ng w as t e main eature o . t e and from then on the "Cats" never ruary 9, at the Rochester, Minnesota, 1poms entered in Cl ~ ss A, ei l! h t in Wife, . • . too k forty -five m inl'.l tes . Ced r ic Crink . ev.en mg, t he music bemg furmshed hospitaJ, af ter un de r g oing a m ajor Class B, and thirteen teams entered in who co11.ched the plav, s aid that a t by Dick W iliams , and his orchestra. , saw_ ~he fron~ of the sconng column, operation earlier in the w eek." Thus Cl ass C. All Class A and B g ames • k t he game t he message read w hich t old mor e wi"ll be played in the ·college .. gymre.hear s8h f t never- too over the 1 T h · d d · d th e h a lf e nd1"ng 16 to 9 and . · . ]' , .t I e JU g es requeste a gran 25 to l8 than t he p assing aw a y of a Neb ras- j ;• '1 • i•,,.,, , Of 1·.!·e C ' :- cs r, 1!!1 "'1 es t h " time JIDI · •marc h. The g irls marched around I · · , ka school man w ho h a d served Ne- · first two rounds will be played in the "There c ould hav e been no protest 1 • • • h . d I Durin g the first h alf St. Bened1cts . . "" , the room in couples passmg t e JU •, 1 braska schools for ov er a qu ar ter of small g ymn asium and the semi-fma 1s fr om an y ·one." . • h dd ebclared the 11 d JUdge, t . if t I' ges s tand several times m di"ff eren t ! presenoted an air-tight defense, hold- a century. It me an•" the losing o~ a and fin als will be played in the large the curta~ n a , e e n ~u e a ex a c - j . : ing t.he Peru scorin g com bin ation t o pers on al, trne frie nd fo r t hou sands of gymnasium. 1a brace of 'field go als. w h ile t heir own students and his presen t and forme1· 1 for~ations. ly t he t )11rty m 1n utes . . . The fir st game of the tourney is Sterli ng c la imed that t h is extra I Miss H azel Wilhams the presented offense- worked to the tun e of seve n co-workers in t he te ach ing profes - t o be pl yed F ri d ay morning at 8:00 time fav o r·ed Peru a nd help ed them i h er sto r y book , on the first page was field goals and a trio of counter s sion. th e contest an ts ' b ein g Brock an d Verto win. ' )1 " Mistress Mary" pl ayed by Lucille from the free t hrow line. Born in P e nn sy lvan ia, October 24, d on, both Cl 2ss C t eams. Cl ss B T.\ ere w a s no offi c i al t ime keeper, H u g hes a nd her flowe r s . On the sec- ' A t the start of t h e second h alf t he ! 1880, he came with hi s p a rents t o g- ames will g et under way Friday af- . but Elm wood a n d Sterling b o th I ond page was "Miss Muffet and Spid- Bobc ats" seemed to h av·e cc me in to Saund ers Cou nt y, N eb ras ka, w he re .h e ter noon at 1:00, the fi rst game in t h is claimed t o have t ime d the p l a y at ; er" played b y Fl?ssie Ronneau and their own; but as the time sli.!",!'.>e d by , grew to man h oo ~. He g radu at·ed fro m di vision will bring to g ether D u n b ar fo rty-five m i n u t e s. !M a rg a ret Meier. Nex t w as "Jack and t he C ats failed t o score, Hertz m ak- the Asli lancl hig n school where P '.·o- anrl Br'.ldsh Rw . ., "' rin cr F e r u m a d e e i g h t y - I Jill" played by Mon a L yo n and Be~: : i ng t he only two p oin t m ar ker d u r- fe osor R. D. Overho lt w as rn penn The fi rs t Cl ass A i;::i m e w ill b e F r i· in ' co S te r l in m ade !a h G ay- l ord, last was '·Sc hool D ays in t he <>ntfr e t wenty min •.1 tes. T hi s t end ent of Ashl an d He d ay af t ern oo n at 4:30 . P e:u five po ints w . . g 1 ce -=econ d p l a yed by E d ith Proke s a nd Madon- j p lus eio)it free throws w as not : t.hen t aught rn the rur a l and vi ll a e _.P_rep nd N eb r a:;-ka Cit y , T l:ns w! ll -, 0 seventy was O ~L cth"e _.,..... - - • -e ..no,,n·J ,..,a11 ;,., ·'Dcru we nt d ow n - to. their : ~chools of Saun d ers Cou n t y u n t il m ake the trird m eetin g of t h·ese tv_~_o_ _ _ _ __ '\,(} Pe nt. atS t e.r vheun·cgl vse ~O t\test ; n~· . ~ B;tad -' !'- 1 - •

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II • . 1 n ant for the play s to Elmwoo~ pend- Elizabeth" and "Si·r Walter R ali-egh" I start to t he fmish, twenty fo ur p er- i e _was e ect eQ Sl' l)en nt.enck nt of the its last appearance here, Peru is a St r h , an t ie d " H ans d G t 1,, h j son al fouls in total being c alled b y Arlington schools, a nd in 1913 cf t he f avorite to con the tilt.. 0 wfere / refe ree s.~! e r d tngh . a s more p oints than A lice 11 /1' . e an d Erle! e MW McGaham s·eve n on P er ;, Har vard sch ools, to succeed fo r me r I The fi n als .of all cl as~es will be 1 11 E mwoo , t e y w i n t he c un. . t place. :u r an een eans or a nd seventeen on St. Benedicts. Bot h- S tat e s uperintendent J . L. · McB1ien . ·played S aturday night, Class ·C fin" H" J . , firs is apanese Wife," was p r es e n t- j Blewett and Ca!)tain Li ~:;» i were eiect- In 1913 he w as chosen sup e1i nt n dent als coming off at 7 o'clock, Class B ed i n fin e styl ~, a n d Mr. C r in k as d_i- i "T~or }h~ singles'. Evelyn Sk:lton as ed from ' t he game with fou r pers~n a l- of t he ClRy County schools which po- fin als at 8:00 and Class A finals at 9 rector d eserv es m u c h c r edit for such PY tie d for first place with Ada fouls called against them H . sition he held u ntil 1922, when he be- o'clock. " . · · Eyr e as " P · B ,, . oweve1 • a splenchd r r esentation. / " uss in oots · a s this was in the final m ~ me nts of pc ame fiel d and extension <iirector fo r ! Season ticl<'ets will be sold at .$1.00. Sterling present ed the p r otest in School Days" by Edith Prokes and the last period it did no t b ~ ve Rny ~ ru State T e achers College. In 1923 A single ticket to al"y v ame . played 8 manner whic h showed sport sm an -· M a donna B r ady were given first p1ize bearinR' on the outcome of the g ame. he took ~harg·e of the t r ainin"' s chool. during the day will be 25c w.M le at ship, believ ing t ru ly that Peru h a d ; for the best stunt. Murray, center, who held Kreici to as super m t endent. In 1925 he e:: t er- ·night t he price of admission will be a supe rior p lay, t h e y prese nted t h eir I Twenty fi ve others were chosen as eig ht !lOints and made eig ht hi~self, : a t he St.a te ?niversity as i?structor 50c. Officials will be selected from · protest a ccording to t he l aws l a id honorable mention. These with the Besnah, forward, who s ank th r ee cducatwn, 111 the teac.he rs college, the Men's Club and the P Club. down by t he c o mmittee i n c.ha r g e of pri~e winners will present a convo- from the field and who is anoth er j whe; e _1ie. ~Im did ~T!l<l unte , work in I F ollowing is a classification of the the contest. B o th' P e ru a n d Ste rli ng , c a tio n p r o g ram under the direction of Weller in t;' e art of d rib bli!lg, a n<l the. umversity ~or ht~ m a~ter s d eg 1 er , teams. officials are well pleased w ith the I Ada Eyr·e, February 25. ~Jewett, guard, were the m ain rea~- 1 which he recetved 111 1928· In t he ] CLASS A- Peru, Nebraska Cit y, final results handed t hem by the I The judges were, Mrs. Castle ons the Bobc at forwa rds w ere u nah le fa!~. of tha\ year .be ~a.s _elected su- J· Falls City, Sterling, Au burn, Dawson, j 1,1dge.s. B row n , Miss P :lpez, and Miss Church. to core, and were the o utst anding peu n~:nden . cf t he t i_ am~ng sc'.- 0 0 1 Humboldt, and Salem. T .he gymnasium was deco r a ted with aids :to Peru's downfall .C a ndi! tr ectolr ofD at hlebt-Jcs ihn ' Hahs tmlghs CLASS B-Dunbar Bri>dshaw Un. "S d ,, H o ege. n ecem er 1s eat • ', d an d w h it MR. KN IGHT S PEAKS A'.T Y . M . r e e streamers and hearts. we e ertz and "Missouri" H 11 rf t bega to f . d d . •h h . i" n . V iiln ,. riso, Shuber t . T able Rock, · M .• . n F t 1, an unn g , ·e ,.. 1i · At the reg ula r mee ting o f the y . rs. P ate, Mrs. Dunm_ng , J~dges, pla yed the best basket ba ll for P eru. j dnys he wen t to R.ocJ1este; for t r e Rt - 1Bratton _Union, and Stella. M, -C. A., Mr . Knig ht g ave som e in- , and gu e sts followed l?y g11 ls mal'ched T he g·ame wns by far t he b est t h at ' ment. His s!re ng th w as not suffiCLASS C- Pa nama, Brock, Verdon, terestfo.g answ e rs t o que s t i o n s p r e- /a r o und the r oom which en~ed at the , has been ·staged on t h e c oH<g e g ym 1cient a!ld he p assed beyond last Sat - T almag e, Dubois, Unadill a, Palmyr a, viously su bmitted to him. M .. K ni g ht , re~reshment booth _w.he_re ice cream this year and it 'w as 1a: gan:ie betw een 1ur day mornin g, aged 48 years, three Sac1:ed Heart, Honey Creek, Johnson, stated t..h.at when people r e a d the b i- Idamtly decora te~ wit h trny red candy 1 two well matched teams wit h St. Ben- , mo'n t hs and fifteen d ays. Endicott, Lorton, and Bennet t. ble the y should o- u t a side their own heart s a.nd c ookies w ere served. 1 (Continued on ·P a.ge 2' Col. 5) : Th us ·ended t 11e c areer of onE' of 1' 1 ·1 • petty c onceptions and notio n s and Mo r e than t wo hundred girls were I Nebra k a·s most b elove d school men. READ NEW CONST ITUTION ma ke an effo rt to interpret t h e pas- present . / .BUDGET SHOW· NEXT T UESDAY Whenever he left a position Jie left · T he E verett Lit er ary Society m et sages as God rea lly inten ded . H e This cost ume party is considePed j Rich man poor man ·beg rre r m an a commu nity of frie nd- only to make Thursd ay e vening in the Lit tle The a1 ~ , 1 ... ' ' 6 M added t hat God _had m~ de J>Jss ibl e I by t h e g i r ls of the colleg e as an event thief, doctor, lawyer merchant, c.~;ief.' yet more friends wherever he went. t er. 'd otna L~dond, t h e hnewly ?IE:cted e ~rowth of . t ne people fro m the 1. to look foreward . B road way-"T · h e S t r e et of The fu ne1. a1 a n d b Ul ta · 1 services . presi en · pres1 e at t e meetmg. . . to each year as an . Th at is state of barbarism to t h e prernnt j outstandrng social gathering . Tlns 1 . ,, were held at Ashland. Th e g r e at , At a previous meeting n commi ttee state of c iviliza ti on . T.h a t a d v a n ce- year' s costume party was a complete 1 lusions. ... b ank of flowers m ade from wreat hs h ad bee n appointed to revise t he conment h a d r e sul t ed b e cause m e n h ~ d , suc.cess, and probably the .best at te ndNext _Tuesda~ nig ht, Feb ru ~ r~ 26, and spr ays sent by fri ends throug.h- stit ution of the soci-et y . The r evised been b r oad mi nded and had recei ved I ed costum·e p a rty ever given by the there w ill be given.. anot her mov ie as out the state' was a tribute of love c onsti t utiop w as r ead a nd was 't h en the conc·ep tions a s int end ed. g irls club. ~ bud ge~ event. T~e ?,b~y, called (Conti n ued on P age 2, Col. 3 ) . adopted by a unani~ous vote. The meetin g for t h e fo llow ing w e e k , The Street of Illusw n s is ac'o_r, ted I T he nrorrr am w as in ch ar ge of Marwill b e a n Est es P a :rk meeti n g . P !nn : '1VESLEYAN DEBATE P O STPONED from a story by Ch an ning P ollock. STUD E NT JOINS OPE RA igar et McWilliams, and co nsi~ted of wi ll be m ;i de t o s e n d <le1eg ates t o the B e c aus e of t he spr·e ad of spinal Mr. P ollock .has writte~ numerou s Miss ~une Brickell left last week to. ' th~ follow;ng : nation al meeting of the Y . ·M. C. A. m e nin.g itis in the vicini ty of L inccb stories and p lays t h at h ove b e·en join t he Tool·ey Oper a Company. She l'ian~ ~;olo ------------ Id a Scr~·epel to be held this summer at E st es especia lly at Cotner, i,t was thought highl y successful bot h on t h e st age . . h . f S . h IReadmg --- ----- - H azel H utchinson and on t he g reat silve r screen. wt 11 sm g t e ro1e o erpo 1el te m .t e . P ark. best to pos tpo ne the dual debate with Foll o wrn~ the p r ogram t he meeti ng 1 Wes ley;n , w.hich w as t o h ave b een " The St1 e et of Illusions" is a drama oper a, "Chi mes of No r m andy," open- w as adjourned. 1 held l as t T h u rsd ay. This :irr a nge- of N ew Yo r k life o n Broadway , its ing in Ocala, Florida, Ma:rch 11, a nd STATE BOA RD .MIEETS - - - -- .Presi dent T. J. Maj ors of P e ru a nd m e n t w a s effec t ed b y a lat e teleph one hopes, loves, sorr ows, joys, and dis- fi lli ng solid booki ngs over a period of DRAMATIC CLUB A business meeting of the D r amot her m-embers of the state n o r m a l / con fere nc e b et ween P r eside nt P ate appoi ntments. But why tell an ym or e twenty-two weeks, covering app r oxbo'ar d held a sp e cial m ee t ing at t h e! a nd Cha n c e llor Schr·eckeng ast , Wed- about the p icture? mately eleven sta·t es east and. central atic Club was held in the Little Theacapitol Tuesd a y t o consider t h e con - nesday evening . · D on't forge t a nd ·see "The Street west. • tr e Friday, February 15, at 11:50. str uc tion of a $100,000 do r mit o ry at T he a ffirmaf-i ve team met q 1c neg - of Illusions" at the college auditorium Miss Brickel has a lovely sop r a no tb') F cru stat e norm al schc ol u n de;· a tive t e a m of Dana Colleg e, W ednes- n ext Tuesd ay nig ht. This will be a vo ice an~l in the wo r ds of Mr. St eck. After a short busi ness meeting the pro vision s of the law of 19 27, d a y a f tern oon in t he c ollege a udit 0:c- b u d get event. her present teacher, sh e has a sense Leone Vanderford read a p aper on which pro vides for pay men t of suc h ]u m a t Per u . The audie nce tJ:ough j This play has had big runs in and " at homeness" fo r t h e stage "Gr·eek T heatre." building s out of r e ntals, without ap- f ew in num ber showed unusual inter - 1 many of the larg e theaters of Ameri- whic h should take her far in t.be . P oints were counted fo r t he in iti1at ion to be held Thursday. Also a r epropriations or o ther obligations b y est. ·There w a s no d eCisio'n given, I ca, and the btidget committee feel theatrical world. the state. T h e board accept ed a con- b ut M r . Lin d say was w ell pleased ; that it is one of the most enter tainShe was accep ted by H. W. D . . cept ion will be g iven for n ew protract offered by t he F irst T r u st with the s howi ng made by the Peru 1ing pictures t.hat could be .obtained Tooley, impressario for the company bationary membe rs Thursday evenCompan y of Lincoln. team. on r ecomrendation of Mr. Steck. 'ing in t he Little Theat r e. 1for Peru students.

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, ' ' Emil .Wicin&,_ Wilber, N~br. reGILK ERSON PASSES AWAY mile; (Contiued from P age One.) . ' Short St orv·Corn er lay and broad · jun;ip; , ~.am~ ·Sterling, lon g to be remembered by those nea r a nd d ear to him. ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - -· . Nebr. broad jump. ·. The Peru State Teachers College, WASHINGTON I R V ING "Besides th'ese men there are a large t he teachers college of t h e University, (Edgar Allen Po·e. ) . )group of new- marnnal amon g rwhora Entered at the Po~toft'ice Peru, and t h e Hastings College each sent a Schalfner, Nort h L<»cp, hurtlles -and t her writer of tales, such as · FaHs Ci t •v , middl• delegation to pay tribute to the m an I W Ano h" I . d in p o 1e v a u It·, B ):1ggs, t ~ apW pea re b d'IS t·:111ce,. Cop e., p <- ru' dist ance·' Gal• State .------:---.-.,.,,-,,---,--=--:----~ , as mgton. r v1ngh was, C' 'l h d ,. t: e. ays. prior .to ~ e . iv1 a r , i:u • Iowa , Plattsmouh, di sta n c e; Toft:, Teachers College hsh111 g his stori~s m div·ers mag a7m cs Rus~n, shot: C':>m bs, Emer s on , Iowa, $1.00 the Year-Sc single copy ' and n ewspap ers aJI t heVwa y rr~~ B~~- lhigh jump ancl pol e vault; Sumll!ers, to n dto New ?rl~ans. h e ry u~ ~ e 11s S trahan, Iowa, h ig.h jump; Raibback, pre e cessorh rv1n~, w fo _wd.as e1surpe y Ptru s prints artd broad jum11: Tra11dt STAFF "' ' mo:::'i to t e -no1nt o i I!!enc e. oe 1·p ' ' t ance· po 1e vau It a n d m1' ddl e d is is perhaps the most eratic and c olo r eru, d R k S ' · · . . •Uben istance; oer asse, eward, EDITOR --- - ---- ------------------------ ----------- MILLARD FOWLER f ul fi g u r e m American 1iterature, u n ' . " ASSOCIATE EDITOR ------------------------------------- FRED DUEY less it be the m odern An:br~~e P i·· r e ". broad JUIDP~ - - -··- - · __ BUSINESS MANAGER ----- -- -- ------ - - -------- - ----- --- E . R. BUR KEY He was, for t h e g r e a ter par t of his PERU VS ST. BENEDJCT S ASSOCIATES ----- - ------------ HAROLD MARREN, WAYNE CATLETT life, a h ack-writ er : notwit h stand ing, FACULTY MEMBER -------------------------- ------ THOMAS E. ENNIS . (Co ntinued from Page 1.) he w as a g ood h ack-wri ter. P oe is the first champion ot sci e n tific techREPORTERS nique in the m atter of stor y-wr iting. edicts having t he edge on the night CAMPUS --------------- - --- --------- ---- - --- - -- FRANCTS MORIARTY His " Philosophy of Compositon", in in question. · MUSIC ------------ --- ------------------- - ------- ------- IDA ~ CHREPEL I whch .he ex!·.Jains the wo rki ngs of his T h e Peru te am as a w hole did not SPORT FEATURES ---- - ---- - ----- ---- ------------- - -- "TIP" ROBERTS p oem "The R aven ", has b ecome a play up to t heir u su a l s tandard of SPORT ----- ------ --------- ---- - ----- --------- -- - "SQUEAK" MUMPER ·cl assic among w ri t ers. H is Ita lia n basketball almost e v e ry man being FEATURES ---------------------------------------- " STEVE" TURI LLE story, "The Cask of Amontilado,'' is g·uilty o f m ista k es a t c riti a cl times DRAMATICS -------·- --------------- --- ---- -- - ---- -- ELLEEN MEAN S ' t a ken as a criterio n for s to ry: ma ke - duri n g the garrie, but t o o much credFACULTY ------------------------------------------------- FRED COLE u p . However, bec ause t his is so well- t c a n not be giv e n St. Ben e dicts as DARIS BUNCH HELEN WAGNER WILLARD FOWLER know n, we h ave chosen a nother of t he y p l a y ed an exc e llen t. b rand of CO-OPERATION . the stat e as exemplifi ed in a t~achers 1 • hi tales for discussi o n . T his i;; his b aske t b all wJ1ich w oul d hav e been (Marguel"ite G r aves) r~tirement fun,d must be made. In ! PROF. LOY J. GILKESON. !" Mask of the Red Death," br ief but hard t o .bea t at a n y t ime or place. I I f I ' . . . . <l Co-·operation. Do you kn'ow· what it short, we m~st work for an exi:: a :- sion 1• who served wit h h onor in each ' of ? 0 '."e r u. :na gnppm g rn its ramatB OX SCORES means? Yes, I suppose we know the along t.he -entire fron t of ed - t' insti tutions. The Marnnic ic m t ensity. P ERU (18) FG FT PF P ts 1 t hese 1 . . . b ut d o we know the real uca 10na IL odge of Clay Center In which .he A pn!1r•e, . . th e P I ng u e nf t -r1c l Y o u n o- f d S . -.P.anng . o o 1 o d e f 1mt10n 0 en eavo r uch an m vest t ·u I ' · ' - ---- - ----- meaning. We do not know what co. · . men wi , held his m embershi'p, w as in charge :Keel D e3 th, takes a n umber .1f_ Jv ,·rl3 1 Railsb ack f o 3 1 3 ~peration means.to the g eneral pub- bri ng even _Iargei"_ 1'eturns ti1an an y jof the b u r i 1 services. assisted by the 'l.r'.d , Lc_ie>: ::nd s~1.;1.s h i:n o:elf · u!J i n a :Brockman', f ________ o o o o he. S top and thmk what cooperation we have en3oyed m t h e p ~st. Our ! Ashla nd Lodge. · h _,,,e, _...: a'; ~n g- his periple to . it o a;, · Hurst, f -- -- - ~ -------- o 2 1 4 does. Farmers n eed _it, bus~ness m en · educ ational syste.m m ust keep p ace 1 P rof essor Gilkeson leaves a wife tl:ey w ill. ·~~ a 1'.1as.K~·d b a l! th-,re a'.1- Krejci,c --------- - ---- 2 4 2 8 1 can nothget along wi t hout it and w e / w it h t he times::·if it is to adequa<:ely , a nd a n only son, GI-en. - who is now ,pctars a u tkln.'~~1te 1 • ~ 'lest w.b" vnll W a s le y, .g (c ) _____ ___ 0 1 0 1 as a sc ool c a nnot get along, either, ! th d f h i head of physical training and coach 1no unm::._;: · i ou m:..y s u r m ise t h:<tt , Korber g 0 0 0 0 Ith h h' I serve e nee s o t e people -E I h •· · t . 11 p ,.. · ' --- - ---- ----a oug we may t mk we c an. . . · · · of ph ysical training and head coach e ef1« ln f4 1'' Yfll:!;). Y oe. 1 ;. L: IHert z g 1 2 2 4 When co-operation is absent we :· Hosman,_ in Nebrask a Educational 1' at Missouri Valley, Iowa. f.lis fath er , Masq ue of the Re? D eath " is quite I , 3 12 7 17 have no "class spirit" or even "school ~urn al. . who lives in Sut herla nd, Nebraska, j s~o~t a nd m ay e~1Jy b e r e ad at one . . spirit" and ,.after a ll that is what we --- - -and. two brothers, also' survive him. sitt mg. It is a picture, b e a utiful but ~ St. ~eneclicts ( 25) RG FT P F Pts really want a nd a r e workin g fo r. W e FRESHMAN'S DECLARATION lterrible. Together with a great m an y !L ew is, f - ------ - - - - - 2 1 3 5 h.ave probably often wondeved at When in the course oi human ot her.. American short-st o r,ies, you ·-~~! 1 ~~fi.n, f>• --- ----- - --- 0 0 2 0 times .vhat we could do in or der to events it b ecomes necessary to h ave find T h e Mask of the Red Death· m esnah, f --- -- - - ------ 3 0 0 6 obtain the "real school spirit'. We your pict ure t :=iken fo r tJ1e Blue and EXCHANGE -NEWS JessuJ?, Alexande r . "Repr,e sEp:~t~tiy~ i.~~r_:ay, c ----·- - - - -- 3 2 2 8 need co-operation. Gold a rid to see yourself as the American Short-Stories."--J. O. F, · Lis_pi, g (c) - ------2 1 4 5 · h Scfu•a:efer, g --- - ----- 0 1 1 1 1 We read and think about co-opera- P otog:raphe r sees you, a decent r esBl · tt ' • tion, but that is ·as far as it goes. p ect to t he modesty of the stuThere was a serious accident in OMARr KHAYYAM a· e vy,e ' g --- - - - - - - - 0 0 4 0. • · or g·es, g L et' s get b usy and have it. It's up to de nt b od y r equires t h at we not d e- Glasgow the other da.v when t wo t axi·p r 0 Lu a b l Y th.e c Jeveres t piece o f po- -- - - - ---- -- O o 1 o us as students of P . S. T . C. to ta ke clare the oa ths which spring from c abs collideq. Thirt y Scotch~en wer e et r y e v er written by man is t h at TOTAL 10 5 17 25 . in3'ured. f · f p · 1· Refe1-ee M G h 1t upon ourselves individually, to do j our in digna tion. ... · amou s piece o ersian 1terat ure, : l e r: m , E mpori a , K : ns. a_H in our power to promote co-op eraW e .hold . t hese trut hs to be self· . Jr''The Rub aiyat" of Om ar Khayyam . t10n. evident:- That all m en ar e c:reated The annual hig h school basketball .\ Omar Khayyam was born in N a ilSThere can be co-operation in each . homely: tha t they are endowed by to.urn a ment fo r Nort hwest Missouri h apur in Khor assan in' the latt er part will .be held at the Northwest Mis- of o, ur el eventh century, and di e d FACULTY GOSSI P h c Iass; t h ere can be co-operation in I t eir c reator wi th c er tain ungainly soun S tate T eacher s College, Marv- within '- the first t of t h e college and in the t r aining· sch col, 1 f eatur es; that among t hese are ' qu ar er ou r ·• . ~ • • • 4' o• o nlr l a I ~ ; m~Lo~ o n rl ville, March 8 and 9. twelfth centu ry.- The s lender stor y ~u !1...~tJiu - ~ • • - .3 - 1- - · - -"' S. L . Clemen ts, L . B. Mat.h ews, a nd

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This was N~zam-ul-Mulk, M r. 1Y.1~nroe h as b e en iiosent from wasn't for th_e of the , ' becomes dest rnctive t o Players in the third annual Little Vizyr to Alp Arslan the son., and cla sses since t h e latter p a r t of last ulty what kmd of school would ' real beauty, it iis the ri ght of the Theat re tournament, April 12. Malik Sh ah th e grandson, of T og-- 1w e ek with t he F lu. He r e cov erbe? But. we can not have too muc people t o alter or to abolish them, hrul Beg the Tartar, who had wres- ed from t h e illne~s, and l S able to co-operation. and to institute a new m akeup, The Wesleyan players are on the I ted P ersia from the f eeb le .sta-ccessor. . mee't h is classes t h1s w e ek . L et's get busy and everybody booEt laying it s found ation upon such sawdust trail onc-e more with the j rif Mammud the G reat, an~ fou~ded --· 1 co-operation. Do your part and make i cold c re::o m s, and arranging the play, "Erstwhile Susan,'' a three-~ct that Seljukian D ynasty "'.h1c.b fma~-~ .:Mrs,_. f at N orw o:>d, who has b een l'. ~- T. G. better 1,han it has be-en. 11.ines in such forms, as to them I comedy by Marion De F orest which j 1y r oused E uroope into' th: Cr u sades. , c onfi ned t o bet· bed. fo~ the past - - - -- shall seem m ost likely to effec t will be presented in the Wesleyan His T akh allus o r poetical name month wi t p n·eumoma, 1s now able SCHOOLS AND PROSPERITY • j their pulchrit ude and attractive.- auditorium Friday evening, March (Khayyam) signifies a tent-ma_k,er , ~ID ·b.£ !Jack wi L-h her classes a g a in. All signs seem to indicate a t1:e- ness. P rndence. indeed, will dic t ate, _ --i and he is said t o h ave at one time mendous increase in the commer~ial not be changed for light and transThe dual debate on the subject, Re- · exercised that trade, per~aps be:o~E_! L i ltle Bo y : L o ok m o th er , the cir cUE life of the nation. Continued prosper- sient causes· and accordin gly all solved That a substitute for trial by Nizam-ul-mulk's generosity r aised ity seems to be ours in increa&ing experience h as shown t.hat Fresh- i 11 ry ;hould .be adopted, b etween h im to. independence. Mainy F eni an h a s come to town! Mot.lier ~ H ush d ar ling. T h a t 's not measure. · Wall Street reports record m r>,, are more disn osed · to suffer Chadron State Teachers' College and p oets similarly deri v e t heir . names cl" wr-· t-a1 'F: i P ~ :-r ~ o ll eg e b oy. b~aking saies. Mercantile lines re- while evils are sufferable, than t o the Rapid City School of Mines, re- from t heir occupations. Omar him port substantial gains in busin~ss. lignt thems·eh es by abolishing the suited in an even break in that the ~ self alludes to his nam e in the folThe automotive industry is pay m g ~1 ~ w w hich they are accus- decision was in favor of Chadron . in : lowing whimsical lines: large and frequent dividends to stock- tamed. But when a long train of R apid City and' against the home ·Khayyam, who st~tched the t ents of holders and planning for new record pimples and freckles, pursuing in- 1 team in Chadron. , science, TUESDAY, February 19 breaking production. Th~ outlo_~k variably the same object, evinces a - -- . Has fallen"in grief's furnace· and heen for carrying forward public work design to reduce them to absolute ' Prizes totalling $5~ j.n cash will suddenly burned: ESTHER RALSTON in projects is bright. For all these homeliness, it is their right, it is henceforth be available annu~lly to S4eers of fate h ave cut the tent promising signs of prosperity, Amer- . their duty, to throw off suc.h em- students of journalism at Midland rorics of his life, icans may b: duly thankful. O~r j bellishments, and to provide new college as the re.s ult of an announce- And the l ·roker of Hope has sold him own state will measurably share m guides for their future beauty. Such ment made Thursday by Ray W. for nothing. present and future prosperity of the has been the p itient sufference of IHammond, general manager of t he AmoQg Omar Khayyam's m any vernation. these Freshmen; and such is now IHammond Printing Company, that ses the most popular to the writers While we are setting our stakes the necessity which constrains them IT.h e, Fremont Evening Tribune, pub- opinion are his lines refering to Y Also a comedy "Should a ahead in business and industry, J.et us to alter their former faces and com- 1lished by the Hammond GomJ;>any, . tim~: · ~ Married Man go Home?" ; not forget to set our standards of plexions.- Wit.h apologies to Thomas will each year award three $10 prizes The moving finger writes and h aving education hig her than ever before. Jefferson. j to Midland · students who ~ave done writ,. We will do well to see to it that the oustanding work in jour11alism. Moves on, nor ~11 your piety or wit WEDNESDAY, Febru...ry 20 sc.hools likewise shall share in this Lady: Here my poor fellow is a Shall lure it back to cancel half ·a era of good times. This p l'esent era quarter for you. It must be d readStr ang er: Rastus do the people who line: of prosp'erity to some ~xtent was ful to be lame, but I think it m1,1st live across the road from ,you keep Nor all y-0ur tears wash out a word made possible by the training of lead- , be worse to be blind. chickens? of it. ers and diffusion among the masses Tramp: It is mum. Whe n I was R astus: Dey keeps some of them sir.· lhrough our educational system. O~r blind they was handing me counterSTARTING TRACK commercial supremacy, our domi- 1feit quarters. s .... An unscrupulous footb all player nance in industry could not h ave ' Seeing that the Lorbeer coached was teaching some cowboys how to Bobcats have virtually clinched the China will .be g iven away tthis been po0ssible wi:hout a free sy~tem Head of the House, (In angr y t ones) play. He explained t he rules and night instead of the reg ular of public education. If we wisely Who told you to put that paper on ended as follows: "Remember f ellows, basketball tit1e in the N . I. A. A. conThursday. , ference, Coach Lon R. Graf has now and adequ ately provide for further the wall? if you can't kick the ball kick a man advances out of the plenty we now turned .his attention to track in an on the other side. Now let•s get busy. effort to bring t o Peru the · third Decorat or: Your wife, sir. enjoy we sh all reap an even greater Head of the House: P retty isn't it? Where's the b all?" One of t he cow- championship within the year. h arvest of prosp erity in the f uture. THUR., FRI., SAT,. F e b. 21· 2-3 boys shouted: "Never mind the b all! Althoug h the basketball season is The needs of education are of a Let 's st~rt the game!" Dealer: Did I underst and you to say 11ot yet to a close, tra ck ·eql1 in m e n t different character than thos·e of business. Higher salaries for teachers, to that the parrot I sold you uses imwas is!med last week to the follow- ·~ Lady: Did you notice that pile of meet the increased costs and increas- proper language. ing _letter men Captain Dick Williams, • wood in the yard? ed standards for living, will not only Cultured Customer: P erfectly awful. N eli g h, .h alf and qu arter m ile; ~ (Look a t the big a d v e rtisement Hobo : Yes'm, I seen it. be advisable but n ecessary. Chan ges Why yesterd ay I heard him spfit an Howard Zook, Tecumseh, Nebr. f for particulars abou t this ex· cellent show. Lady: You should mind you r gr am in the present policies of employing i'nfinitive. / sprints; James Mumper, Tabo11 Iow a· m ar. You mean you saw it, teachers should be effected by the sprints; Frank Kerner, Tec'u mseh' HobG: No'm you saw me see it, but application of the principles of tenFeed Dealer: You owe m e three dolNebr. Javelin; William Warman, Glad: MATINEE ure. An over ever-extensive curric- lars for oats,1Mose, and if you don't you ain't seen me saw it. stone, Nebr. two-mile; Lettermen who Saturday, 1:30 to 5:30 ulum in keeping with the needs of the pay it I will take your horse. will report at the end of the basketTourist: Shall I t ake this road to ball season include, Paul Hertz, Maltimes must be recognized. Adequate Mose: All right, Mr. Guggenmeier, provision for retiring teachers after and I'll pay you the bit.Janee of the ~rownvil1e? Farmer: 'Taint necessary. T.hey al- vern, Iowa, shot and discus; Joe K r e they have g iven a life of service to three dollars just as soon as I can. jci, Plattsmouth, Nebr. shot; "Brig" ready got one road th ere. Y oung, Adams, Nebr., nule . 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I'm revisin t h · 1 "' list a n d 1 w a n t t k g h e voting 1 The PJ1 ilom athean Literary Society o now w at party 1Take Fast Game by a Score of h e Id t h e1r . regular monthly meeting · h e b elon.gs to. to 30 1 _...-~-~-~--==Mr s. p ert: I ndeed! Well I'm the 1 ~================== 20 to Gain Revenge Th ursd r y, F ebruai·y 12. party h e beion gs to. 1· There was a short program, Vil'.-...-"~-~-~---. T h T.h e B0b kittens again sh owed their .g inia Milst ead sang two vocal solos eac ber: Rob · an examp Ie true st ride when they gained reve nge she w as accompanied b y Lucille . ert' here 15 II . m s u tract 10n. Seven b oys went to the c reek t o b t h b t h on the sca rlet boys from Ster ling in Hughs. a e, u two of t em 1 h ad b e e n told not to go in the wat- the college gymnasium~ W ednesday After t he program there was a long er. Now can you inform me how evening. , business session, in w.hich twenty ELECTRIC SHOP many boy s went in? The g ame was a f ast one. Pate : new members were admitted to th~ R o bert: Yes'm seven. commenced t he scoring spree for the 1 soc1e . t y. · Shoe r epairing at 'Comf ortable' . Bo bk 1ttens ___ when he topped in a free prices! L a dies S h oes a Special!'Mr. C art er: Of course al) of yo\l throw a nd a couple of baskets in the T l:·e committee decided t h at seven ty. ~no ~ what the inside of a corpuscle first few seconds of play. Ste rling or e1.ght men wou ld be dropp ed fro m ,

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Lews Carter, 1928, who is coach a nd inst ructor at Hemmingsf orJ , writes n1 ~ t he h as ~iad a ver y successful season in both fo otb all a nd b asketball. Carter's t eam h ad an unusu(The Shoe Shop 00 the E ast is hke? c alled time ou.t. Then Beet am, f!!lshy the fra ternity. After a check h ad all h ard ' basketball sched ule, and r e· Side of t he Street) ' ' Russel Schaeffer, interrupting : Most Sterling forward. scored a neat under· I been t aken it was found th at thope cently lost a Jiard fou ght g ame to of us do, but you'd better explain ba• ket sh ot. Three p ersoPa! fouls persons were not active in Ph"l Alliance High School. 1 0 _ . . , . _ . . . , . _...._.""'.._,~--.. --..-~-...... - ...... ....._ · for the benefit of them that have called in r apid succession on Beetam I k d h -.. ..... _ _..,._._. _...,._ n ever b een inside of one. · f <, r h olding slowed him up consider- wor • an ad not been attending You'll not be dissappointed able durin~ the remainder of the meetings. f if you get yoµr hair cut at The f ollowing ~embers wer e elect.. .,.,._...,._.....,_~-. game. d . t0 h BOB KNAPP ~-:"'~....__.....,._....__..,_~_,..._._._. The _first ·half was mostly P ate and e m t e society. We sp ec1a b ze 1n ladies' a n d children's hair cutting Lucile Newcomer,, Clar a Stites, (Next to Gaines Hall on . , Ardyth Hall, Dan1"al McSwan ' H 1 t) Sb . a mpooing, scalp t reatment, facials, ina rcelling- all D.a:sl}er · nie.'ki'lg " the m ajority of the ' e en .- Hvemen · ·· li~es ~f beauty c ultu r e. Y our patronage appreciated. For point s, while Thompson and Beet am ~~~~~;· ~~:: ::so~eiifl~~rT~a~::;· --..-~------...,,.._.....~ Appomt mens Phone 187, Monteith ' s R esidence. were fhe;.f ot war.d .twaH fo r Sterling . K a th r yn W 1111Pms, . · ' 1 ...,_~.....,_'-_.....,...._..__ Ru t h Heauc har11!1, Ill , TAY LOR'S BEAUTE SHOPPE I The second half w as .a contiH~ation J ack Fisher, John Stahn, Lucv And er· of the battle royal commenced m the son Au dre W If M bl · H . · >. I ti h . , y o e, a e 1g 11 ms, V •._ • ..,...,.,.__..,...... ,._. __..... , _..__.. .,.. _ __ ...,_....,_~-~--..-..... -~_..,_._..,. l srst dahlf. lf St~thrlmg dcatme _uact_k thte Margarate Majors, H ar vev Nic!rel, ~ econ a w1 a e ermma ion o D th W · . j .A WHEN I N QOUBT-TRUMP OR COME TO overcome the 20 to 10 lead gained by E~;~e·~ .y ooster, and Mary Alice f

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T~1s l ; Pho ne 38 • 1 Tho u sh alt love t he truth and only tell you ab out t h at Mink t hing, b ut I I is ithe _same firm which d re~ . t.:'l£ r • . . ; # , the tr!1th , an d w elcome all truth_I? l:i.d- ' g·uess it ain't m uch nessary the h ole p J;; ns f or the.' n ~w sc'.ence . build~ng. ~ Nebraska City, Nebraska 138 No. 12th St. Lincoln, Ne br. ly, wliether it bring t hee or the wo , Id · p?per last w ee4 was fu ll of it. I thot T.he new bml~mg will be 1:1 ad di~o n I V ...,._"'_,,....._....,_""_ 1 joy or suffering, pleasure or h ard- ' t he plays wer e the most excitingest j t o the old ~ormi:ory,_ and will be 1 un • -"'"~-....,_~-"'"-~- ' shiJ), ease or toil. ' . c au se after t hey we.re ' all done some.- in c on n ect10i;i . with it . T h e presen.t ~ . J Thou shalt m eet e ach task at t he b od y made the char acters come b ack J dining hall _will be used. The new 1 ~-11>--.._csw....__ --...--...-"'--'-~"'"-~ ' moment assig n ed for it with a willing o n the stage and tfie-n a man up in : struct ure will be. t~. the northw~st MANUAL TRAINING h ea rt. , th e balcoPy tuck n fl ash light pic(ure : of the present bmldmg. There will , . I Thou shalt wor k each day to t.h e of them . 'Some of we kids set on the , be. a la rge p orch a n d entrance n ear, ,,.~ AMBUL~NCE AND limit of t hy str en gth, consisten ' ly fron t row in trie blacony near where ' the nnrt h -east corner. LUMBER FUNERAL DIRECTORY ' wi t h y-et h arder wo r k which sh all be the m mi stood to t a ke p ictures and i As soon ~s _th e p~a~s a.'.·e comple·t·e~ LACQUER, ENAMEL _ L. HORTON & CO. ~ thy duty on th e m orrow. h e m i> de us get n n and m<we. Gues~ 1for the b mldmg, bids w ill be con~1d ~,' . ; 1 Phone 128 P e ru, Nebr. · T pou sh alt resp ect ' the righ ts and he d idn't w ant us t~ see w h at .he do ne. ; ered. It 1is pl~nned to . c omm e;- c e I ~ P AINTS .-....-~~--.......,....._.... pleasures of others, claimi ng n9 priv.All t his week t h e g irls a round hear ! work as soodn. ~n the _1s1p n n.g _ats Tth he / COAL • COAL iJege of service, and allowing t h y- : r "ve b.e en ch i n the fun niest t hings. 1 weat her con . 1t10ns w1 permI . e _. . .....-....-~~~~~ 1 self _ n o 'joy which d?,es not increase T he YWs went to m eeting last time stru cture will . ~e built of r e? bric_k, .' " MEE.K LUMBER CO. the, JOY of t hy f ellowmen: · a P.d drew n ames to find ~ut who t heir and a r oof w.111 be used which w1~I : W . J. RA.BEL, Mgr. A, ' T.· !Oll rsbalt love thy friends m or e little sisters was. Well"" n ow they are cor.1·espo n d wit h the p r esent dorm1p N b f · It h an t ? yself, t h y col~ege more than . sending them · presents·-· ~very day. l ~ory. -It is_to be a three story build- : P hone 48 · eru, e r. Y.~ n. 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Phone 132 We deliver I_ Thou sh it hve by thy best, .l>:-M- thing like that. I never tho; · ~ut you one. I~ will be. p css_ib_le for. m any rr .!" one j ing thyself relentlessly to those Ideals sure can bet I'll know: ·e nough•· next j .,, Tre g ir ls ~o enJoy hvmg wi t h a . m . other 1nen. t ime somethng~ like ,t li,at . :,comes.·a,lon,g·. ' lar ger . ....._....__""'"_~--------~ thou dost most admire g roup. _,.._."""-"""......_~--...- ! Thou sh alt m ake for t hyself comSaturday nig ht tl~eir was a story- ! ·;. 11 is h 1r-1 :1vement fo llowing im-===============~ 1 mandents hnrder t h an another c. nn b ody went dressed. as s omebody else : mediatly t h e new science building, ~"""':"~"'~,..._-..._......_~ · ·. · m ake f or thee, and each n ew d ay body wen t d resf;ed as a sumbody ·e lse spea ks well for the growth of P eru. f ~-"--"-_"'"_"'_"°_' . comma•1dments more rig orous tha n and d anced. That is t hey t_;ied to . · ' · ' ' ·· . . 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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 17-18  

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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 17-18  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 17-18 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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