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HOLDS MEETING Alpha Mu Omega Holds Tn terest1· "" ~Program at Reg-ular Meeti n g · ~

Mo nday nig h t, Aug ust 5, t h e math e matics f rate-r ni t y .held o n e of t he out st and.in!! - meet1·n !ls - -0f t h e s u m m e r. The P roo·r am was varied and 1co n st"st d f "' · ·e 0 the follow ing reports and d i s cussions. Mat hem atics h a s a " Larger Human W orth" t h a n mos t people t hi nk it .h as. In fact math e•mat ics to u c h es life in n early a ll of i ts phases an d if su ch b e r em oved, c iv'ilizatio n would b e se t b ack m an,y cent uries. Miss Ru t h " - hi" n dler d 1'scussed t he Larg·er H um~ ·n = = Worth of Ma.the m a tics to i ts f u lle st extent. Mr. Van D yke g ave a fu ll a c coun t of the v a l ue of a r eci tati o n in ma t hemati,cs a nd why s u c h should b e• as Mr it s.is. Rranda ll re a d a p1ap~·r .0 .~ t he =

MUCH ENTERTAINMENT ON NEWSWRITERS PI GAMMA MU WEE}{'S CHAPEL PROGRAM VISIT OMAHA ADDS MEMBERS On Mon d ay, Au g ust 5, R u by Brow n,

The last m ovie of t h e summer s cho o l will b h t th ll accomp a nie•d by Mr. Benfor d san g a e s ·o wn a.· e co ege H ist ory F r aternity .:I nitiat es New F ae- group of d·e]'1g htf · u 1 mo d ern songs. •d ito r ium, on S aturday, August 17. Anot her musical p r ogr am was g ive n ulty1 and Student Members Th e p i cture "The Lone W olf's Daughon W ednesd ay by t hree co llege boys ter," tak e n from a st or v written by who are st udying p iano w ith Mr. BenOn t he evenin g· of August 8 in the f or d . T l1ose w h o p Iaye d were : w a l L o uis oJ sep.h V a nce, is a nother of h fac ulty roo m; Pi Gam ma Mu ini tiated ter W eise, Clayton Swa r tz, and Ll oyd t e n u m ber of "Lone Wo lf" s·e ries of t h e fo llown g n_ eo,ple as n ew members: McCann. p i ctures t h at h av e prov en so successTh t' f F · A. B. Clayburn, .L ottie W ym-0re, Zoa · e co nvoc a w n prog r am or nf ul i n their runs in lar g er cities. N . d ay w as novel i nd eeid. A movie of T h e m-0vie is a fe a rful t ale of man y A n n W orden, Harv·ey eum_eister, p·eo ple and incid ents of P eru camp us Mar g aret Mc Willi ams, and J essie was shown. The entke 1929 May h a z a11d s i n w h ich t he .h e•ro takes a 1 Fet e prog · was R shown on t he numb er of d esn _ ·er a te ch a nces in the Thorpe. h r'lamM. t E ach of th'ese persons were elected screen w 1 e 1ss oo g ave an exstriking r omance he trav els. It is ' p lanantion of the _various scenes and sh own special abilioty at t he study one of the " L one \ Vol's" most p opu. identified t hose. wh o t-0ok p art. Mr. sh own esp ecial ability ab the st udy. Benford p layed du rina· the movie. l a r n_ rodU<cti-0.ns . ~ t h e soci al sciences. By social sciences

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teaching of Junior H i g h School maithof human relatfo nship. Subsequtent- Eliza Mo rga.; Ha ll Will Be Ready for 00 De- t h e mem be1·s of th' s fr ate1·n1'ty f eel ti d d. · em.a cs a n lSCusse d many t oplf S Faculty Membe r s W ill W ork • Girls this F a ll of w b,icli a few fo ll ow : H o w to u se a g rees a t V ariou s U ni versities that t hey .h ave an unusu al ·mission to Text book, as a g u ide, as a too l, a s a perf orm in th e t<.!acli in c:. of t hE:: soc ir. l Man y P eru vians a r e h appy to note r eference, as a key OT w b a.t? S everal 'Som e of the P eru f ac u lty members, t hat E li za Mor gan H all is nearin g . scien ces. nameh , t he find ing of t he thin g s wer e s aid a bou t a n swer books wbo h a v e been teach in g h ere t h 15 completion a nd is rapidly becomin g h l h i d as to t eir va ue, wort essn e<Ss a n :J.mer w ill leav e ne x.t f all for ot.,h - tru t h , for . t he societ; motto states, t h e Iong d reame d of .h ome f or many · a n d sun '1 . ' Is. as a check for the teac her, p u p 1l h t h ey wi ll work on t "K n 0w th e t ru ' h , :~n d '°h e t r u ti 1 s I1·n. 11 h appy P eru vian g1r 0thers . It is w o rth w hi le to ch ec k i er s ch-0 o s w ere lru a1, 8 you fr ee." At th e p r esent t im e, t he elevator is work in mathematics ? Should we j h i g h e r d egrees. Mr. Li ndsay deser ves gr eat cre"dit bei ng installed. Floor in g on t he have a m oder aue amo u n t of b o a r d C h arl es Lindsey, w h o h a$ bee n t hi r d floor was completed last week, fo r the effor t t hat .h e h as mad e• in orwork? Just why do p u p ils f a il in teac hin g in the h isto ry dep artme.nt and the p lumb in g work is very near t hei r s.tudies? I s it a dvi s a b le to form ,j w i ll l eave for Lincoln w h e re he w111 g anizing the local c h ap ter 'Up on thi s comp 1e tion · All the nJ I·11 wo r k h as two habits w h en -0ne willi d o for t wo ? work on his d octor's d eg ree at t he c ampus. I n hi-s talk at t he in iti at ion arr ived a nd a. P?r t io n of the furniMiss Dori s 'Brig ,4 t gave a paper a nd U n i versity of N ebrask a. meeting Mr. L inds ay stressed th e n ee- t ure and furm s.hm gs ar e her e. discussion on the g u iding princip•l es R a lp h W onder, Bobkit ten mento r, cessity of wri t ing local histor .y before In ou r enth usiasm fo r t he new h all ._t 0 f P h:ysical ed - s tate or nation al .history could be ac- we mus.t not neglect to no t ha t und e•rl y goo d tests of any s u b - a nd assistant a·irec'r"or hte tbh at a as eg un j ect. A11e t ests necessary? D o th.ey uc ati on a t Pen :, ·wi·n. b e d ir ectorCi' tof cu rately writ ten. In addi t j.o n to t he p ro gr MamV of imp rovement 1 11 A t<>nd t owar d che atin g on t he p art physic al educ at10n a t Cano n y,. in 1 t. ernon 1a · t p r esent a ~ Js? Are t h e y ob jec t i ve i n C ol ora d o public sch ools n ext year . r egular teac h m g du ties, Mr: Lm ds ay laundry r oom is bein g installed i n of p up · h h d efinA E H olc.h w ill l e av e for Lincoln u r g ea e•ver y m ember of P1 Gamm a th e p art t he baseme nt. their r es ul ts'! ~o t , e y ave a? Ar . . · · t' th e work on his Mu to collect as much m ateri al as p os- All corndor s an d st airw ays a re to be · · • t o b e re a che.id e thi s f all to c on m u e · d fi f d · · 1 it e aun . · d e f - d o c tors d egr ee a t t h e Un ive rsity . or g oal ·t h t he time an · of sibl e of t he comm uni t -y in w hich . t h ey . J ma e reproo ··11anb va ridous f o.t 1eirt ·im prac ti ce tes s w o 1d v e 1on . .w:n. t 1at1ve . . n g ancl m th. is p'rovements w1 e ma -e rom ime d tth o n N ebrasRa . L'·:le Wl·n al o \.eac h in ' lh h appen to be teachi . . t t1i f o1-.t and 0 ey e . 1? _ . 1 a · 1 d ep ar t m en t . way stimulate an m te.rest m loc al hls- o me. tbe part of bot h t ea cher ancl pup 1 . b10 o ,,. i caE . ·11 n~inue his work t ory ' an d if the m aterial and rec ords Mrs. Dunn ing .h a r ep ort ed t hat an . h 11 in m i nd i n T . E . nnis w 1 ico " ' . 1 b f I' t' h One th.~ng to · a ve we . _ . Ph D at t h e U n iv ers ity of ar e well writte n Mr. Li ndsa y 1s sure am p e , num er 0 ap p te a ions ave te~tino- i s t o .tes t f or s p e cifi c obJ·ec t ives o~ his . ·' . . . t h at t he work would be accepted fo r been made by J une 1, ,to fi ll the ne w ~ "' h t · st to d e- Mmneso t a . , ,· h II d th t Mt V · · and not t his ~n;d t a o r J U , O. W. H a c kman will teach in t he publicatio n. . a_ • an a , . · · ernon 1ooms. ai.~ te-rmin e a pup il s grade. . . l hi h sch ool, L incoln, NebrasT o Mr. Lindsay t he members of P1 go m g fa s.t. 'Ihis .wou_ld. seem to .m di D o Y ou s a y that t h_ e sev_en ~ arditnh11eJ L1nco n g I G amma Mu ex tend their sincere cat_ t f k a, n e xt year. 1 ·e f a II reco rd -br e ak m g .enrollme n t p r incip le s o f edu c ati o n JUS 1 y E m li y B u rton w ill work on her jthanks fo r the insp ir at ion th at he t 1is a · . . ,, teac hing o f mat h ematics __ _ _i n t he e du -

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Journ:-•u1 1·sn1 Students Have Big Time In Omaha Pla nts The Newswriting Class and their inst r ucto r, T. E. En nis, visited the offices and shops of t he Oma h a World Her ald, Wednesday, Aug ust 7. "Brig.ht and e ar ly" W ed n"esd ay morn ina t he mem bers left by au to for Om~ ha. Th e weather bei ng· ne ar ly perfe•ct for th e t rip, ever yo ne w as enjoying the sce nery a nd the con ve r sation. Sud denl y a car r aced b y. The ever fa it hful edit or at t he risk of .h is life, leaned from th ~ ,fas t-mov in g car and shouted, " Di dja ge t t he mo ney?" As the answer "Yes" echoed t hrou gh .the air, a b road smile played upon t he afore-said editor's face and he was seen t o set~Ie bac k with an air of satisfa ction. Th e class assem bled in t he He ,·ald buildin g. Mr. Mayfield, a courteous and effici ent g uide, ex p lained .t he vari ous dep ar t me nts to th e st ud ents. h d T he p ap er fo r p rin ti ng, whi c is ma e b c ana d a, comes m · Ia c,; 1.: 1 in Ma ni to a, rolls weig hing ar ou no:i 1500 pou ncl s. On e• Sund ay's edit ion req uire:> 2% r olb 'l ! i d J 25 are u sed in a d a il y e<lit ion. The printing of t he funn y pap er was very inte r esti ng. On e color is put on at a tim e. T l1e papers we re fold ed when t hey c ame fro l'! the m ~ 1chine. One of t h e press motors I S 1200 horse-power and costs $13,000. St uden ts Given Souveni rs In t he com posin g r oom one of t he emp loyees' demonstrate d the w ay in :wh ich th e typ e is· set up and made i into a "form". He p leased th e c lass ' b y givi ng each one a slu g of P eru ' •Norm al School a nd one of th eir 1~ ame. 1T hese casts• are pressed upon heavy . • p aper m alo n g an 1mprm t ; these p a' per ar e called m ats. T he m ats aro . . the•n " casted" an d mad e mto solid lead forms a nd after coo lin g ar e tr immed. E ach mat m akes on e p age. of the paper. Th e old casts ar e melt ed in a lar g e t ank, h.o ld in g 2l/z tons, and is then used ag a in. .

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cati~na1 system of the United States? A .. M. deg ree at the University of lhas given them in thek work. New It fills all of the principles m u st bet- Ch1cao-o next yea. HALL 1• "' members and old can f eel ·sure t hat DINNING _ ter than some o f the subjects ta u ght Mr. Lindsay as a scho lar an d historiTO BE ENLARGED in t he high school of to.dav. Just K 1 an is a comoetent soonsor for .their APP A DELTA PI ___ · what are these princin les o-f educa. ? · MEETING lso.ciety. · Plans ·Being Carried Out For Improvtio n. M'r. Norwood re a d a project men ts of Mt. Vernon in mathematics and showed how it fuUHled each one to the full est ex- Leo Hau.ptman Gives Talk .l\.t Fraie ~- . mty's Regular f.foei m ,;r The plans for the remodelin g of tent. t he Mt. Vernon dining h all and kitc hThe engineering supp lement 0£ the On Tu esday, August 6, at : h e J11ni 1n j en .h ave arirved a nd work will be London Tim·e s s a ys, "The extent to Hig h S cho. o l auditoriu m, the Kapp a star ted at ·a n early d ate. which math ematilcs is capable of exDelta Pi e ducation -Fr ~~terni ty .held a Placement Bureau Still W-0rki11g for Both r ooms are to be extended to act prediction depends upon expressvery interesting· and well o;rgainzed Students' Benefi t he west in order to accomodate the in a the problem in mathematical l a nmeeting. Miss Gwendo ly n Mallory, occupants of both h alls this wi nter. guage." The greater a bility of en; .:resident . ,f 1 he . "~· :i: .1,., ·:on h •\d A large amount of the students A fire-place att the west end of the gineers 0£ today is able to t r ansl ate c h arge of t.he meetin g. seekin~ postions as teache rs for n e•xt dining room will be a welcome addiproblems ir,i.t o t h is language . This Mr. Harold McCreight gave a very year have a~reacly been placed in va- tion. has led to a va,st number of inven - in teresting and educational talk on rious position s over t he Un ited Sta tes A new r ange and a lar g·e set of hions. "Science and Man," the same as did for the coming school year, a nd as sh elves .h ave been rec·ently purchased

~-~------Employee Attracts Attention Though t he p apers are fo lded by machine, the sectio ns a i·e put togeth ' er by h and, one man being abl e to HO~DS assemble abo ut two thousand an I.hour. Attention was draw n to , an !employee by the manner in which he wore his shirt; t he tyle might be jte1·med "out". Th e g uide stated that a previous vi siting colle•ge class .h ad !snapped pictures of chis emplo yee, 1and had given him quite a "write-up" in their school p ape r. Th;e Herald fills their own mail sacks ·and trucks t hem to t he depot. When t he train is missed, air service is used to catch th~· train at Lincoln. "T he editorial room is the brains 0~ t he p ape r," Mr. Mayfield said. B~ ­ Mrs . M a ry Wonder and Leo Haupt- the school year approac hes one still and installed in the kitchen. ~1.des. the many d:s k~, ~e morg u ~ is man. Mrs . Wonder's subject was the finds Peru teachers signing co ntr acts. W ork h as just recently started on 111 t his room. It is sim ila r to a fi lmg FORMER PERU GRAD "Pres ent D ay Advanceme•nt of ;Home Muc.h credit is due t~ t~e P eru t ha new laundry r oom for Mt. Ver- ' case a nd contains, alphabetically arlVIARRIED TO COACH E conomics," an d Mr. Hauptman di~ Pl aceme nt Burea u fo r t e p acem~nt non Hall. E xicavatie n h as be en fini sh- .ranged, the obituary, p ictures, and cus s e d the "Place of E xtra Curricu- of so many P eru t~achers. V acan c~~s • ed a11d the cem~nt floor is bein g /clippin gs of famous and notorious men Miss Rul:>y Ganzel, d aughter, of Mr. / lar Activi.t'i·es in hig h sc h ool." are renorted a nd circul ated fr om t 1S d Th h 11 . 1 .11 and women. Th ese are often needed, 1 mediu ~ to teachers at P eru, and er e- poure · e a grr s wi we come d · h b · 1J Lewis Ganze! of O to·e, and Mr. RayMiss Ruby Brown favored the club 'f th b · t this addition as they have long felt an ' rn t e morgue, can ~ qu ic c Y dentials are sent rom e · ureau o th d f h f Tt h ad. The class was much rnterestecl mond P olster, of Warrenton, Missouri, with two solos, the first "By the W a- t he electing parties. e nee 0 sue a aci 1 y . in t he associated press roo m. Meswere united in marriage at the Meth- ters of Minnetonka," and p the secon!1 F II · f th t d t o owm g are some o e s u en s STUDENTS OF PERU IN ,90 s sa. ~-es were comrn_g rn f rom d'ff 1 erent 1 d odist Chu rc h of Otoe on July 22. " The Rosary." Miss Clo e a te P a ye who ·h ave sig· ned con.tr.acts recently: c1t1es over the wire an d were taken After the ceI'emony a wedding din- tJi-e accomoa nim ent · Gertrude Collicott, Burlington, VISITS CAMPUS OF PERU !dow n by ty~ists. A~ automatic typene r was ser v e d in the c hurc h dining The remaind er of t he evening was Wyoming. ,.. writer sent news out .to nej ghbor in g· hall t o the entire gro u p of seventy. devoted to social ·entertainment and Bernice Lovitt, L atin, En glish, Mrs. Oliv-e Jon.es McQueen, a mem- papers. The system of tak in g· the ber of the class o.f 1894, and Mrs. market reports was exp lain ed to the Mr. and Mrs. P olster l eft imme di·- r efres h.' men t s. .history, Vesta, Nebraska. ately for an extended weddin g trip Mari an Warner, princip al, m anu al May W atkins, of the class of 1897 vis- studen.ts. to North Dakota, S o u th D akota, Mon- a·n- d·- 1-:-s·-;~~-~ ~~thl~~cs at Pontiac, training, science~ Soldier, Iowa. ited their alma m ater last week to In the afternoon nearly all of t he ta ~a, Colorado, New Mexico, Yel1owAl b erta Yates, primary department recall the memorits of their schoo l cl ass went lo a show, so th e• trip w as . p t• f P eru district school Per u, Nebraska. days. recreation al as well as educatio n al. Stone Natl·onal Park, an d Winnepeg, Illinois. D urmg · · visi · 't h ere they vrsr · ·t·- The members wish to t hank Mr. and The "J wi·n be at home m on i ac a p 1 Lila McDon a ld, e lementary, Hardy, ·th err 0 Canada. When they return, Mr. U - ""er S eptember 2, where Mr: Polster Nebraska. · t h e d ormitory t h at Mrs. Ennis for sponsoring and chaper•v e d th e room rn ster will attend •coaching sc.hool at r - wi'll resume .h is duti es for the year. Lucy Mitchell, Grade on e, Superior,· t.hey occup1'ed while attend1'ng school oning the tn'ip. bana, Illinois. Nebraska. · here. t is noJW a par.t of Mr. Gilbert's The bride graduated from the DunFORMER STUDENT MARRIED. Mildred Coulter, grades 7 a nd 8, h ome, and is the on'Jy part r emai ning Florence T aylor was forced to g ive bar hig.h school in 1918. She t ught · a F d W. Heskett and Miss Jose- Herman, Nebras ka. today. The remainder of the old up her school work in order to reshort time and then attended the Pe- h ' re Weddleow were m a rried Jul y Eleanor Harajian, girls' sports and dormitory was destroyed by fire in ceive treatment for her eyes . She left ru State Normal a nd the University ~7 1 ~~ 29 _ Mr. H eskett is a gradu ate 1En g lish, Safford, Arizona. 1898 Mrs. McQueen is teachi~ g in for her home at McCook, Thrusda y. of Nebraska. She received her A. B . ' p u S tate T eac h ers College, Ne•ll a Frye, commerce, St. Lawr·e nce I the schools of T acoma, Washrn gto n, · · i-n. in 1927 er · South D a l<ota. and Mrs. W atkins, is princip al of the Mrs. Don Todd, of Hamburg, Iowa, degree from th e U mversiv.r· . . hof the . cr received his A . B. d egree m who was formerly Miss Rachel Cro acMrs. P-olJ.s:ter was di~ector of physic~~ 1 ;2~~n .,,Mr. a nd Mrs. H eskett will make Ida Harriso n, Element~ry grades, Pre.scott W ard Sc.hoc! in Lincoln. education in the high school at A h . home in Bartlett, Iow a, w.here Columbus, Nebraska. Mrs. W atkins has b een connected ker, and her h usband, passed thru on ton, Illinois Jast t e;rm . eiF Heskett is superin tendent of Virgini a Mi lstead, Home Eco., Ora· 1 with t he Linco.ln Schools for the p ast th eir way to California where they will make their home. Mr Polster is a graduate of t he Mr. I fino, Nebraska. 'j twenty-one yea'rs. · to Mo schoo ls. Methodist C o Hege at Warren · n, " '

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' sensation! INSTRUCTOR IN JOURNALISM --- - ----- - ---- T H OMAS EDS~N ENNIS nouns bring confusioH. · D on't write "at a n early hour t his ASSISTANT I NSTRUCTOR --- --- --- ----------- ---- MILLARD FOWLER Dont say weddin g "occure d." morning"-but "early this morning." William Haines in REPORTERS ! Thin gs occur u nexpectedly; weddings Don'.t s ay "completely destroyed"·-· A MAN'S MAN' , FEATURES --- - - - - --- - -- --- -- -- ---- - ----- - - --- --- -- LESLIE LEONARD t a ke place by design. destroyed is enough. ' -- HENRY ABRAMS Don't use "loan" as a verb. Use Don't s ay "he was presented with a With FACdL'~Y ---- - -- --- - --- ---- - ----- - ---- ---- -~ ----- -- MON~ MONTEITH "lend." /gold c a ne"- "a gold cane was present- ; . JOSEPHINE DUNN CAMPUS -- - --- - - - - - ---- - ------------------- - -- HARVEY NEUMEJSTER Don't say "Smith gradu ated"- but led to, him" is correct. MAE BUSCH ,' ENTERTAINMENTS ---- -- ------- --------------------- -- CARL SKEEN "was g raduated." I Don't say "the money was divided .,. _ - - - - - - - - - - - - DORM NEWS------ - -------------------- ---------- - FRANCES PATTEN Don't say " p number of"-t.his is !between Sm,ith, Jones and Brown." " CHAPEEL -----------------------------·------RA-YMON~~CYH:~~~~ too vague-"several" better. It was divid erl among them. Use li>eWED., AUG. 14. 1 Night Only C AL N DAR -- -- --------- - ---~--- -- -- - ------D on't advertise any particular arti- tween in refere·nce to on ly . " . PROOF READER -------- - - - - -- - -- -- - - - - --- --- ---- - MYRLlN McGUIRE/ cle in y.our stories. Do n ot give caliDon't overwork " t h a t." s ~me r:ews Bob Custer · ber of fire-arm. p apers favDr its omission in indi rect .,. I v all star athlete in CO-EDUCATION A SUCCESS I t h at sh e can do better work in t he D?n',; u se "amateur''.-you mean discou;se w h en me~ning is p l ain. The Answe r I classroom th a n he withou t study? no v'.ce ; A n amateur .1s n ot a pro- . 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Let me state at once th at . ward, homeward, etc." with final Don't make a· collective noun p lur I come und e r the co-ed side of the ip aragraph., to be your meanl·ng .Sure- (s). ~al unl esss you mean to convey the argume n::. May I p ick yo.u to pi eees, ; ~ y _it ~hould .no t be ~ myt..'1, and to .me Don't use stories unfit for any idea of p lur ality. "Audi e nc e" is si~.g - ; fr ien d L. L., p hr ase by p hrase? lit 1sn t. It 1s a re ali ty pure and s1m- member of t he :liamify to Pead. ul ar w he n yo u mean it as a un lt. THURS., FRI., AND SAT. Fi1·s.t, why are you convinced that ple, the r eali ty of days an d nig h ts D on't use "burg larize"- no such Plnr;..l wh en ) « l. ha v13 in mine" indi- ; AUG. 15-16-1 7 3 DAYS co -ed.ucation is d etrimental to t h e in- !spe nt in indu strious pJ.oddin g toward word. , viduals uf <i uch e nce. Ex. -"T.he au!'li You will remember it long trons1c prog ress of moder n coll ege I d' t t T .t . Don t say "he h adi _his arm cut ence waved th'. Jr hats" ; afteti you ha ve forgotten a Hunt'N a 1s an goa1. o every Th ' · 1. he . go t someone D on ' L ca II r ·1 liceme.1 ' 'men of the a nd unive rsityl You ~,e tU to ~hink . : woman 1 .1s 0 ff" • · ls imp 1es dred others! t ha.t t he d.iver ity of ~'s -~n tel- JUSt t h at, so yo ur last !me or tw0i, m to p erform a n operation. Say, " his law." ! ~ct h as ma d e it so. 1'~ rsi y means.- refer~nce to the victim of unfortun- arm w_as cut 1~ff· ". . . . Don:t u se "enthuse." N o s u ch w~i~. "SUN"RISE H ; d ifference! .Maybe ya are igh t, but ate circumstances, must refer to yo ur Don t ay Snnth sustained ai; m- 1 Do n t waste yo ur energy 0n tJ1vrnhThe greatest picture of the 'Year r · . y Jf jury"- but '"suffered an injury"' I ti E'S ... yo u ~e not exp 1_c1 · <.J, • .• ou e t fe llew-creature, man. Poor, ll,nfor,. " , .• . · Wi'th f us with vag ue i~ re Don t use ,,ove_1 m sense of m. ore . Don t u se illy for ·111 . No such tun ate, down -trodden victim of hu- I . I true mea ning . ~ ~ t rnn. say mo1e t ian 300 pe1sons word. Jan et Gaynor D id you me a L. ., th at bec au se manity! On ce, li ke the nob les of h eard the sermon." Don't overwork "very." Be s p ari ng '• George O'Brien :' women's min is 1,o ,ih u ch s up erior, Russia before t he r evolution, J.o,rds of D on't use "p arty" for 'person." of all superla tives. so mu c.h ex ~ll ent, so much the whole visible wo rld ; now snea k- P arty ou tsid e of legal documents · Don't use di alect to di spara·zement ; A sensational drama dealinO' ' means a o-roup of persons f a t' 0 art with the Eternal Conflict of ·;:s!i~:~s,a~h!d7sa ;;~ ing in hidde n unde rg round p laices to . D on't 1:ave out ,e ssential words, ~ D::.t :~1~;1 story with modify- ~ Pure and Illicit L ove. 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overcwne i t, heard. wo~nen comp lain? Out of t he the net d raws cl?ser about .t hem. ki ndness of he r h ea rt, she h as been W omen will have their day! Soon willi ng to slow d own her p ace to t he r e wi ll be n o n eed for co-educ amatc,h his. She kn ows, as do yo u a nd . tio n fo r t h e "co" will be taken aw a y I, L . L., t h at t h e d ay of m a n's doom a nd -Only. women will be edu.cated. approaches. He cannot long stand ; A Co-Ed. t he ter r ific p ace of t h e march of ed- ·-· - - - - ucatio n, si~ice woma n h as set t he A R E YOU A LOYAL P ERUVIAN? speed. Bu t wh y ki c•k him off the Al l loyal P eru vians a1'e comi ng to fi eld p r ematurely? Let him ch ase the auditor ium Thursday night wong in t h e dust un til h e falls ex- W h y? A s upe rb entertainment, an h a usted by the w ayside. N either I, excellent a nd experien ced cast of nor any of my sex, wo uld cond·emn players, special music, and a big ophi m . back to that dark , gloomy dun- port uni ty to exp ress your patriotism geon o,f th e past, a m an's college, "East is W est" wil be t h e crowning from which not so long ago we r es- dramatic su ccess of t h e year. If you c ued hi m. &DP. no t acqu ainted wit h th e merits of P e rsonally, I do not k now Dr. Clar- l'he l'flSt COl"!e. a nd. f. i:c·I out for yourence LLttle, formerly of Michigan , ·elf. w hon'l. you h ave q uoted, but maybe A .h undred a nd sixty dollars will h e is not as " li ttle" as his n ame sig - buy this moving pict ure machine ni fies H e r ecognizes women's superi- which will record so satisfactorily oritv o.v e r m e n, w.hkh n o o ne now P e ru campus life and acti vit ies. denies but I think he is slig htly off. Ar E' you a loyal Pe~·uvian? You the tr~ck whe n h e states his reason. ' ~ an p·ovei that you are in th e va;L ~ r1J w d w l;0 :ue coming ~'l :;ae " E:,:..t He says t h at women h ave n o p ur p ose I is West." in coll ege oth e r t h an to ob tain a cu t u1·al back oTound. Fie! Mr . L. L,, even yo u kuow b etter t h an t h at. Step out on t h e camp us and ask t h e first\ LONE TROUBADOR ten g ir ls you mE1et, t he p urpose for ' whiich t h ey ctm e her e, and yo.u will get a surp r ise if you .h ave allowed D ear Mr. Editor: yourself to beli eve Dr. Little's twadYou w ill p lease notice t h at this d ie. Wher e do you suppose women week's cont ributi on is p resented in ar~ going to get t heir prepar ation for typ ed form. I am slowly assuming life if not in college? D id I hear yo u t h e style of a big time ·columnist, yes? say, in the home? Bosh! Mr. I... L., a My! My! Isn't .this cool weather woma n wo uld star ve to death in the just simply g r a nd. It sure seems hom e these d ays, a nd h ave fewer J g·ood to awaken in t he dead of nigh t clothes to w ear t ha n she does now. ' and r each f or m or e cover s. N o! Much as h 9me life m ay app eal Say h ave you been watchi ng t he unto h er , sh e sees t he necessity of ,h av - folding; events as concerned with t h e ing a profession, a job if you please, fo rthco'm ing f ii.culty .Play? I'll just to suppor t t h'at , home. She is wise betch a t hat some o'f t he dignitaries enough to k no•v t h at her .husb and can will forget t h eir lines, and t hat t.li.ey not long h old up under t h e str ain t h at will fee l all fussed up when they r e• woman's compe tition will bring to alize t h ey a re actu ally doing somebear upon him. thing to enter tain t h e tuden.ts. But y:0u state t h at college to women r eally t houg h thfo idea of p ur asing means the fin al toUJc.h to the leis ure a movie cam er a for t he p urpose of t h at t hey may enjoy before they m akin g a p icture h istory f P eru- I begi n t h eir actu al d llties. W hy leis- beg yo ur pardon- " Old eru" is not ure? W ould ou h ave u.s b elieve t h at s uc h a dum n idea. in sp ite oif t h e fa.ct that y ou h ave atWei: I really j ust 'ln't. think of a ny taiu ed to coHege, you can for ~ne wise c r ack to end ) i h so guess I'll · J{$; m om ent e nter tain t he ictea. t h at wom,- JUS t q u1·t·: your' s ·11 th ', _e k 1"t-c h en sm a ns in tellet is so f a.r super10r to man s L 0 N CI. TROUBADOR

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each _to be three su:rn ster with dollars an the b ~ l~er fee, each studfour ent, facultv d is some cci tl t t·ovei·sy 11 s to wherhe r ur Demand of Events Causes B d Uc get committ b not it s hould rema in vitnmine I!' or . . u get E h ee nlem er to pay. be -nuwn as vita mln e B-1. Tile rood ~ System Organization in 1913 afco'· iptsresid ent was held responsi · ble' , whit h <:ont11i n vita mine B al so con 1 to a . co lection, ':.ind w as as ked t&in vit11mi11e F. The prin ci1,a 1sou rc·e~ By HARVEY NEUMEISTER ult PP01nt a committee from the fac, a re yeast . ·whea t. nuts, seeds of leg11mPs "Dema nd and .supply," such 111 ay y m ·ernbers to apportion t h e fund fruit s an cl ve~etab les. in the orde1 be to be u sed . f named. the Jlhra e to express the trend oif ' tainrnent. 111 onn of entertainment.

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that 1-ed to the formation In the summer time, t h e presidents Agr icultural Ma..i ma of one of the most importa nt com - ~ave be€n a ll9we d to sec ure educ·aIr is " u1ax i111 uniYe rsally ngrPc>tl ""it tees in t he history of. Pei·u Colleo·e tio n a l sp e•akers in additio n to the upon in ,1;.: ri<"ultur'!. 11n 1t nothinl! mm:i '" be done ton la te. und agnia that th "' budget commi"ttee. . "" ' reg u 1ar entertainm·en t provided. . v I everythi ng m11>-t be done nr its propp• n the. fa ll 0 f 1922 f 1.. T.he first years of the school saw no ~ , a report o t".· 1e Sl'asor,; wit:!~· the re is a t hird pre need for a b udget. Durin g t hese bc.o mmiittiee as found in the Septem·· cept 1V hi r h re minds us t hnt oppor e r number of the 1922 P edagogian, tttnitiP>< los t cna nen' r he regainerl.three decades, 1870 to 1900, the vari- estimated th a t $2670 would be col- P l_,i uy t.tti( 23-7!-l A. D.) , " Nat · ous chool actLvities were 'fin anced l ec t e>d from Stu.dents a nd faculty <:onurn l l:lt s tory. under separat e managements . t·

Whatever it was, it had a useful purpose in view. None of the boys ·w as as1ce d h ow to move a h uge b ou ld er uphill, or anybhin g as to what t h ey wo uld do 1·f they h ad a million dolI1lars. , Th ey were ta ug ht how to splice 1ropes and tie knots. Also to mix concrete a nd fashion hog trou ghs.

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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1929.

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Lon Graf B as Pre pared One of the School's Toughest Schedules C oac h Lo n R . G raf has r e c e ntly made t he 1929 fo ot b a ll ~chedu!e publie, and P e ruvians will n o te that again t h is y ear the B o bcats will p lay theiT old l'ivals W esleyan Univ ersity. This is th~~ firs t t im e for three ' 'e:ws J that the Bobca ts and t he Cov. otes have t ang-led. The last s~ore w as in f avor of t he Rt bcats- 22 to O. .:i • The sch 2 •.nlle t h is fall will be one of the t.oug·hest ever faced by the

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Those of us in Peru who .had no t h a d opport unity to mee.t Dr. Beck, who but recently was h e fld <f ~lie Eng lish department h ere, h ,l d t he p leas ure b e coming acquainted with h im at convocation last Wedl!{;Sd'.l"J mornin.g, and we found it very easy to become acquainted with ·him. His ready wit and refreshine sense of hum-or wer e t h oroug hly appreciated. D B r. eek brought to ou r attention th e f act that in a ll we do we unconsc;iously answ ~r four questions: Am I goi ng t d o o a particula.r thing or is it wor th Y o f my doing? Am I goin g to work un a idw? Am I gaing to do· my work well? How much am I go. rng to do?

P -J's STYLE AT PERU, T he most modern of men cert aiuly have nothin g on our college boys. Three 00' the aforesaid sex appeared on the campus Wednesday evening dressed in the most gaudy of pai. a mas. T ripping lightly (?) down the walk, they migh t have l>een taken for clowns, had not their voices betrayed them as sedate college men. F ew saw the spccd k tacle for the night was ar an:d most everyone was intent upon their lessons. There a re those who say the syle is sensible and cool'---isn't that right C.C,, F. C., and E. R.?

WELL GIVEN

To be sure, the members of t he Dahlstrom house ar e talented. T his was proven and made known1 to the -entire student body l as,t Friday mor- A'll-Star Cast Prove to be One of ning. The progr am was spiced with Best E ver Selected. at Per u humor, superior ability a nd above all variety.. Mr. Okrent led t he morning hymn, Mr. Coy • conducted the devo.tionals, and Mr. Pittinger very ably substituted for ,bhe Dean in his reading of the announcements. The program consisted of performance upon a vast number of musical instruments: the harmo nica, accordi an, banjo-uke, saxaphone, and piano. Besides t his there were some u nique vocal numben.

REV B C BOBBITT • • • IDR. BECK TALK.S TQ LEAVE PERU TO SIGMA TAU

W :th as ci.;pable ,,n nli-star cast as h as ever p layed on the Peru stage, "E r.5t is We.-;t, " Cl1 : 11e~e lllve pla y, u nde r the d-i rectinn .;f Mrs. Anna Best J o.d er, was presented Th ursday evening, Au.gust 15, before a large crowd. The play sponsored by· the P eru Al umni Association, was for the p urp ose of getting more funds with which to purchase a Cine mo tion picture kodak. T he play a prologue and t hree acts,

p layed, and not a game µroniises to by Samuel Shipman and J ohn B. Hyb " 5 et U'J" ' rner, is a . Jwa utrlful drama of love, e.l;so th.e scedule will be the son·ow, a nd ul timate h appi 11ess, with Maryville Qt a te Tea chers Colle g e , of a rich Oriental background. "East Maryville, Missouri. These boys made is West" is a remarkably clever p iece it pretty toug h fo r t he Peru t eam last Pastor of Christian Church Resignsof playwriting, g iving novelty in y.ear, and only in the last few minHas Other Pulpits in Vi~w Six new Members Initiated into Eng- t heme, . unusual rapidness in action, '-1 t Ruth Al•berg and Louis Decker Taken d · t l .utes of p la:v w aa t h e E o ·ca ts au e o lish Honorary Fraternity an scenes very pie uresq ue. make the ~nnin;; tally. into Biological Fraternity ·Rev. B. C. Bobbitt, pastor of the To chose the star of many excellent 1 Wayne State Teachers Colleg~ w ill Chris tian Church announced last SunAfte; the following students:. R uth roles port r ayed in tihe play is a fairly be here Oct ober 26 f or the annua l , The fina l Beta p ro.gram of the day evening that he was leaving P eru Richardson, M!rs. Goldie Thorpe, He!- easy task. Mrs. J oder, as Mi ng Toy, .· · s u mmer sess10n was ,h eld on the eve- S b fi t d th t th . ·t · B . M H J • • • h omecoming. Last year the Peruep.tem er rs · an a e nex en Holliway, Ruby. rown, ay e en ht tle deserted Chmese girl, and- later . · mno- of Auo-ust 12 at wh1ch time two S d Id b t h J t · s n · · Way ne game was called off ~ecause I acti':.re rne;bers ~ere selected. Th e two. un ~yt~ :~u 1 el ~ as h.m con- ~arnson, and Verna . ne A, weret 1~;- taken to America, a:ted. super?Iy, ( f . Ruth Alberg, . 1 nect10n w1 · e -o ca c urc . ltiated, , always careful, o su ·h an earl y winter. Th18 year I n ew members are Miss . .Tuesday evening, . ·ugus . sympathetic, loVlng, . t" c U ' i:'C.: at s will looik fo·~ a t o ;.ip-h h h 1 We u nderstand t h at Mr. Bobb1tt has mto Phi Alpha c,h ap.te1 of Sigma Tau and yet staymg closely to- Onental .. ' . w o h as been o ur sc oo nurse s.nce . h' f D E c B k f M t · "' b ttl ,- om the Wildca"'t:s. J:'eru will . D k h been contemplating t 1s step or some Delta, r. . . ec , o oun ton gue and custJom. Her portrayal a e -" December a nd .Loms ec er, w o .' h bl" Pl Mi l · JI · I · b e -011t to reveng e the defeat they re- teac h e s 1n . ' t h e h 1g ' h sc h -o o1 at Be1v1. time, but t at n o pu 1c. announceeasant, the plays h . k c 11gan, h Igave a web . 1e-f • as an actress show .whv · 1 . d at th e h a n ds f Wayne in the dere. ment .h ad been. made u.nt1 t e pres- ce1ved ta! t o t e arge num er o j directed at Peru during t he " Yoder ce1ve . Wa t t k ~, ne The e nt. Mr. Bobbitt mforms us that regime" h ave been so successful.. It N I A A. trac mee a1 "' • H ~- N' k 1 t 11 d "T "d · he · members and g uests present. 011 ·. · · . t . over Peru arvey ic e a <e axi erh as two or three other pulpits m Dr. Beck was formerly head of the I 1 W1ldcate were vie oriou s " ·11 t t' h" t lk 'th a num d I was only ano.ther -oroof of her ability. :oints m y, 1 us ra.'rng is a ":'1 .• view, but so far h ad. accepte no ne, IEnglish Department of Peru, which Not far inferior to t he star of the b yThe two fil'st p o-aroe o f th e se ason will ber of specimens h' h of h hbirds, bats, ted a nd was as yet undecided as to w hat Ilplace 'he left to rec eive his P h. D. at r.Jay ,, was G. H-0Jt Steck and Art hu r ' . ' S B "' ri t C ollege of Kan- snakes, etc., w ic e as moun .he would dQ. Peabody Institu te, Nashville, Tenn. L. Hill, and Robert T. Benford. In be wi t h t. ene~.ic during the llast y·ear. 1 h h 1 i · h d h · ·11 be sure of a b attle Members of the loca c urc a so Dr. Beck w as t he foiunder of Sigma fact, "the faculty s owe t. e1r puP sas eru W1 Laure•t ta Harpster told of her i.nh h h t t k " Mr s k · hil th I ' sh have never inform us t · at .t ey ave as ye a - Tau Delta organized on the campus, pils how to do it. . tee as h ere. W e e rtlb ' d; on they teresting experiences in sout;.hern e n n o steps to fill the v acancy caused April 21 i926 It was the first fra- Ch arlie Yong high Chinese r esturant won from Peru on · e g n . r ' A l ka hun t inCT salmon fishi ng, . , . . · · Th ' ' · · . · .' . p th have a as · ; "" by Mr. Bobbitt s res1gnat10n. e va- j ternity fo unded at P eru The speak- nwner m aCli fo rm a, and .the one who certainly s~o-:wed eru h eyto k the teaching school, and talk ing to grizz- can.cy will probably be filled early in er r emarked about so~e of his -ex- I dem anded Mi ng Toy as .h is loved serwinning sp1rtt when t ey u ·es in ly b ears. She illust:rated her talk the fall. lperiences in b ringing .t he first fra-1vant lost no ne olf the ar bisiic eg() fi l a of a t.wo g ame sen w i t h a b ox f ull of b ea ded leath er and '. . . na. ,,,ame . . 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ehampions.hip, Both f h _ . ·. 'r t.."\T"n:; wiU b e played aw bQ t ese games Al ask rl7.l. J V~ . . ' . ay, ut neverth e l ess a seem 11°ke t h e tropics in comthey will be t ~..c. l pa · Southeast Nebras ka Baptist Come to · wo uu. t he mos t impoi·n s on with ou r ow n so ut heastern tan t g a1nes on th~ Y>- b.~at s c l1edule. N e bra ska. P eru fo r Convenbiori Aug. 29, 30 'v .D'-J Wh at Omah a U ni v ersity w1·11 do next Edwar d B ath, anothe1· membe1· of T · B The annu al meetin of the Southyear will nev er be kn o wn unt il t h e n eta, is su perin tenden t -0f sch oo ls gaine h as b een played . L ast year at . Sewa r d , A laska, -0 ne of t,·h e best e astern Nebraska Baptist Associ ation one c ould e asily see t ha t athl e 1,·1·cs a t p a i d sch ool positions in t he te rrito r y. will be held ait P eru, on Thu.rsday and O this uni versity w e re c om in a- forw ard n a n oth er page of t his issu e m ay be Friday, Aug ust 29 and 30. The dis"' · f oun d l Coach Weir is sure t o have a team • a ong letter in whi c h Edward t r ict of Southeastern Nebras ka in·11 fi ht tells of some of h1's exo e1·1· e s · ' th t a Wl g A las k a . ne e rn eludes several c ou.nties, and a lar ge T he Tur k ey D ay b a ttle between . attendance of the membership of the d T Peru a n arkio should e nd u p t.he BRO CKMAN'S F I Baptist Churches is expected. 't h . ..,.., ATHER DIES _ . Season f o r p e rn Wl a v1c tol'y. ... arAT HOME IN I The fol1owrn g prog r am of -the k.io a lso p u ts u p a fig ht, but f~r the j ___ ELMWOOD co•nvention is furnish ed us by Rev. last few y ear s ha v e been o.n the low Mo r e s a d ne h d p E. Hasselblad -0f the local church : end o f t h e sco r es. ws r eac e er u ca~pus l ast wee k when word w as r ece1vIn another c olumn of t h e paper ed of the death of Henry Broc k man, Thursday Afternoon may be f ound t h e complete schedule / of Elmwood, fathe r of P eru's footb all 2:30 Devotion al -- - - - -- - -------includin g the d ates a nd the p l aces / c aptai ~ a nd . b asketb all he ro. Rev. J . F. Daly. F alls City where t he games will be played. Mir. B r ockm a n died at t he Lincoln 3:00 Joint Meeting, Men and Women: G e n e ra l Hospital last Frid ay ev ening . Reports, Women's Societies ESTHER H O YT V I SITING FATHER. D eath c ame followin g a s troke of Rep-0rts, World-Wide Guilds Miss E sther Hoyt, d e g ree grad u ate p aral ysis. Funeral serv ices were ,h e ld Reports of Committees of the c lass of 1925, i s visiting with M onday, Aug ust 12, at t he Methodist Reports, Association Layme n bet fath e r, P rof . W . F . H o yt: She C hurc h · of Elmwood. Charles Hurd, P awn ee Ci ty bas been • supervisor of music . at J a ckMr. B rockma n was a su ccessful 4 :00 Missionary Address ------- sonville, Flo rid a, f or the p a st year , farmer n ear Elmwood, and he believMrs Hilda J . Bain, Returned and in September she will leave P eru ed. i n hig h e r e duc ati on, h aving h ad 6 Mission ary from Afric a to take up her dutie s as s u pervisor of t wo oth er b o ys beside s H e lmut in :OO SuppeT · · bl' h l f N th th 11 H d · d b Thursday Evening music m a pu I C sc. oo o or . o er co eges. -e w as a m.1re y 7:3$ Devoti,on,al --- ---- - --- - ---Carolin a . . . 1 a ll w h o k n e w him. In ch arge of P eru Chu rch .----------------~------------------ _ _ 8:00 Mission ar y Address, F. L. Gilson, Returned Missiona ry from Assam ANNOUN CEMENTS 1929-30 8:30 Address, " The Christlike W orld" Rev Will iam Park; F airbu r y Fir st semester re g is tration - ------ - - - __ M onda y , September 9, 1!}29 Friday Morning First semes t er classes beg i n -- - - - - - --- Tuesday, S eptember 10, 1929 8:30 Devoti-Ona ! - -- -------- - - Hom e -Com in g Day --- --- --- - - -- - --- -- -- - S a t urd &.y, October 26, 1929 Rev J . A . Whitman, Be at r ice Nebr aska S.tate Tea chers Assorc i atio n recess, Octobe r 30 to November 9:00 Reading of C.hurch Let ters, Ap3, 1929, inclusive. (Sc h ool on S atu r d a y, Oct ober 19 a nd Saturpointment of Committees and d ay, November 9, 1929.) other business 11:00 Representative of Grand Isl and Second quarter beg ins - - --- - --- - -- -- -- Monday, November 11, 1929 Isla nd College, Dr. J. M. W ells . C.hristmas v.acation - - - - ---- - - D ecem ber 20, 1929 to Janu a ry 5, 1930 President inclusive. 11:30 Annual Sermon, " The Story of Sec ond semester re.g is t r a t i-o n --- - -- - --- - - Monday, J a nu a ry 27, 1930 My Conversation," Rev. C. J. 3ec on<l semester classes begi n ------- - - __ Tuesday, J a nuary 28, 1930 Buckoutz, Stella S:pring ( Easter) v acatio n -- - - - - ---- -- M arch 28 to 30, 1930 inclusive 12:00 Dinner SchooJ on S aturday , March 22, 1930.) · · Monda y March .31, 1930 Friday Afternoon Fou rth quarter b eg1nS ------- - ------- - - - -' 3 1:30 Devotional --- - --- - -- - - -Seco nd semester closes ----- - -------.--------- - - Frid ay , May 30, 19 0 Rev. H. F. D amon, Tecumseh . t t" f . ----------$2.00 Lat e reg1s ra 100 ee --- - - -- - - - ----- - -- - --- - --- - 1:45 Address, "Practic al Value of P en Any reg istr ation aft er Mo n day, S eptembe r 9 w ill be considered late sions for Pre achers," R ev . G. r egistration . . . 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say, Am erican reform poet, p erh aps last of th e medi eval min strel living. D Be' ck had the .axpe1·1'ence o-" i·e r. ~ · u. ce11Uy di'n1' g· w"•h M1· Linds av as ' n "" · -' well as heari ng him r ead. Th k l d b d' e spea er c ose Y r ea m g· as only L1' ndsay can rJJad, to t he fri end crowded faculty room, on e of Lind, : " ,, says mas.ter p1·e ces, The Co ngo. · . Mrs. Beck, formerl y an m structor rn the training school also spoke, briefly on some of her experi ences . • . p sm ce 1eavm g eru.

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his voi ce a nd his Oriental habits, the drea d of the Chin ese unde r-world. Wit:!\ him w as Ralph Chatelain, attend ant ·O.n the love boat, wh er e Ming Toy ·s nd Sing Son g g_·irls were bou g ht and sold in Chin a. Sin g Song girls weFe : Eleanor Harajian, Mildred p t A G . D th H t a e, ver y 1 a1nes, oro y ur , d M . L h an arie as · To bring ou.t t.he Americ an atmosh . th I Gl H J d h p ere 111 e. P ay en · 0 er , w 0 h as played m more t h an one success . · ' on t he Peru st age, carried t he p art of CALIFORNIA PRI NCIPAL GIVES the young American lover of Ming MUSICAL PROGRAM SUNDAY Toy. And with the aid of the 1i1ission · ' ___ . h eaded by his -0ld fri end J ames Pot-

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t er ~ acted by Mr. Benford.) _h e _finally recelVed the concent from his p ar ents ' (Harvey Nickel and F rancis Root) to ma rry Ming To;y. J ames Pottor then pl ayed well into , th e f amily affa ir and married t he daug,h ter of the famil y, played by Ar~is Monroe).' 't No {)ne should· r eceive more c1 ed1 fo r t heir acting th a n William Kn app , who car r ied the h eavy p;ar t of L-0 Sang Kee, faithful fri end of t he Benson's and keep er of Min g Toy. ().thers who car r ied minor p ar ts are: Harold Pete rson , Aver yl Gai nes, L H t Mild red P ate, and eo aup m an.

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The "Ped" is oftering each week journalistic 1;>itf a lls to ,f>e avoided

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The following Ietter has been re· ceived from the N~tional f,ducation Associatioi;i, concerning a former PeEDtfl'M at tile Po...91ce •f Peru, ruvian and president of the Peru NebrMka, aa secomd clua matter. State Teachers · College: ,

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and also some useful ideas on ·editing. This is being done for the help of those stu dents who haven't time to take the newswrlting courses, but need help in ed~ting a school publication.

Rules for Preparing Copy The following ten rules · for preparing co.py to be published can be .used by any writer. It m ay be applied ~o manuscript for magazines, theme papers, boo.ks, or :any other for m of manuscriipt which may at some time or the other be p.ublished. Bear in mind that many times your articles wilf be made shorter if it is necessary f c:i_: them to be rewritten. 1. Manuscript must be .typ ewritten. "I had an experience in conneceion 2. Number each page. with this district school which I shall 3. Begin the story i n t he middle of never for.get. I had been teaching in the first page. 'The second p:ag-e

Secretary J. W. Crabtree of the National Edll!cation Association, W as.hington, D. ·c., has accepted an invitation to attend a reunion, August 31, at Fairview District School, two miles soutpeast of Elri-iwood, Nebraska, where he .taught neal'ly half a century ago. Here is what he says aibout it:

the district for several terms in Ma11Ch or April, 18~8, I was to remain the next year at a · · saI ary. I ~romised rncrease m

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inent, in which c ase notice should be sent by mail. Ordinary damage sui ts. Storm news, unless there is loss of life, great propeI'ty d amage, or freak s torm pran k;s. Co nditio n of crops, ' except in case of rain , frost -Oil" d r outh a t c ritical times. Or dinary business tra nsactions. Meetings of secret societies, except stat e or national meetings.

Accounts of eounty fairs or p.icnics, un 1ess or d ered. commences at the top. The reaAbstra-c-ts of ·s ermons, unless they son for t his is that it leaves room eontain some s t r iki ng news feature. for the· h ead, which most p apers RepCJ1rts of celebrat ions, unless per' rewrite. sons of state or national prominence

to re· 1 main. A l~ttle later when in Elm- 4. Don't crowd the page-always attend, or of general observ ance-wood I was offered the prioncipalship double or triple space. J u ly 4, Christm as, e tc. of th.e Elmwood schools and I agreed· 5 · Avoid dividing 'words-never diSt.ories of fre a kS, or thr ee-legg:ed to accet but stated that I would need v ide word from one page t o •.m· chickens. SUPERIORITY COMPLEX IN !fail to find .any teach of His which to see t he members of the district 'it.~.tr. School commencem ents, m eetings PERU STATE COLLEGE would enable me to exclude from my /hoard since.I h ad pramised them for 6. Indent 1-3 page f or parag raph. of teachers' instit u t es, medical socie-· ___ 1 · ' i ~he . next year. The°';;e members, in- · 7. ln correcting, cross out and re- ties, farme.r s' alli a nes, in :which in· hfe a ny oif myi fellow men." "They · · . . (By HENRY ABRAMS) ' , : 1terested as they wel'e m my wel· wriite. terior is purely local. According to the results of the are all Gods children and therefore Ifare,. took the \'iew thn.t in fairn1:.~I 8. Use end mark us u ally (30) I nterviews with "a w ell-known citi· qu·estionaire which was recently p r e- my brothers and sisters." Of all the to the pe<>ple of the _district they 9. Read your own story befo,r e zen," "a prqminent official," e tc. 1 sented to the students of Peru Sta.te comments-25 in allthese two would be compelled to hold me td ' 11 Y handing it to .the editor-if it is Theatrical notices, unless they conTeachers' College, r ace prejudice still statements seem to sense the possi- contrllict. . ·1 not neat a nd free from errors re- tain some real new s fe!l-ture.. exists in the minds of people. Seven bility of a better world, althoug h "I _then ·ooJ~- my fat~er about it', wni.e it.' Political speeches or go.ssip, unless hundred fifty copies of this question- h . . Ile did not hke the idea of my 10 A . h fi ordered. . . . t ey stil 1 appear as a voice crying . b 1<: • , • ccuracy is t e 1·st e:;sent.ial of F . 1 aire were distributed among the stu- I. . . ~0mg ac on my word if I h •Cl acnewswriting. \.Y i;tch a ll proper [ ata a-cc1den tst o train men o r obdents of whi"ch. nuinber abo ut 200 m the wilderness. tually made a pr-omise. He t~ought names, and c heck f o r their cor- scure nersons ~ • excep t w h ere t h e r e are were marked a nd ret urned. The W e bo::.st of our form of goven- 1t :otlwa~s paid to keep a promi;;e and I ier t spelling. ' t w o o r more f atalites. q ue.stions presented included: Rus- ment, but appareHt1y ma.1y of us Lo do right I'egardless of cost. l J:ns ia ns , Tu r k s, J ews, Cl11nese, · N egroes, a e unw1'1.n . . g to exen;•;,c . democraur ' :iJ;y decided . to T he nex·t q u es tion t he r.e oorter will ti . go l:.2ck and work in Iris.h, Italians, French, Spanish, Hin.1e same spin:; as before. Alw:ays remember in writing that ask ~hen such a long list of t opics principles. · what you wr'te eflects o b th th du, Greek, Scotch, Japanese, Scandi" " I was soon very glad t h at I wen.f i r n °' e are g i ven him n ot to send is "What navia ns, Germans, Egyptians, MexiNu111ue1· TWO-R•: ig:on: llere we b ack. T-ll.ere was a satisfaction in it ~ewspaper a?d t he w~·ter. "Remem- ~hall a reporter send·? " The followcains, Filipi_nos, South Americans, find ·~x..: ~Hied the H'ndu Jew, !\us- to me dur ing the year. 1 felt hon· Ber that while news 1s always truth, mg . topics always .make .g ood news @entral Americans, Balka ns, Persians, 1 ~ i : ·~~1 ·•1,1:;: h, Chines•~, I:·::.L, l~aJi,. ,1. ei.t pride in .h aving made .g ood my !truth is not always news."-Chica~~o stories, and sho uld be imme . di a t e ly . · · . · I f elt. h appy m · my w-0rk as Record Herald. P o l es, B oh eµuans, w i.,red to the n ewspaper. A lm-0st al· A l ask ans, Indians Number THREE-Color: Refu se to piomise. (American), Canadians, Australians, ai1 d h a result. Imagine my surprise in the Some pitfalls to be a voided: wa~s y ou ·can expect pay foir ,t hese accept t he Negro, Hindu, t e and Austrians. .following Ma11ch to receive a request John Smith leaves town, so does a r t icles. Chinese. f rom b~,e 1.. secretary of the board of Mrs. Jones, at t,he same time; t o put Alwa ys ob tain " D on'-t s" of the The basis for the answers is given Number FOUR Inter-marriage : educi.tion at Ashland, Nebraska, to this in a news story or with personals ~ aper you a•r e w ri·t ing for. Remem· here in five questions, viz: Practically a ll foreigners excluded, visi~ Ashland _i~edia~ely i.f interest- ldoies much harm. er nearly every, p aper has a ,hobby. A Which of these are you willing to a d roads, against "Would admit all arrd anyone under ed~ th~ prm,c1p~'ls.h1~-'-~f :~~ ~'.:~J2_f Smit~ h as been fin a n cially h ard I t m ay be f or ,,,oo. ., . ___ ___ _... July 4, sport~ng news, e tc .

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schoo,I. I m'a de the visit and was up and .then suddenly clisappeaTs, elected. suffering perhaps from mental s~ai~; "I wondered how it h ad happened. don't send in .a dispatc,h that he is I learned later that Doctor Hobbs of j either an . absconder or an embezzler. Elmwo-0~, w.hen attending a . medi.ca1 jHe may be neither. . . convention m AsJ1J an d and hearmg , If Smith is removed from _position they needed hig h school of t rust, and his employer has his cipal, had told them. .0 ! my ha.vmg ·i books audi.ted; don't jump at conclubeen elected at Elmwood and w,hy I i sio.n that Smibh is a .defaulter, and had not accepted. Members of the ' don't send in a dispatch t,hat he is bo~rd told me after~ard that that ·under suspicion. "Facts, not susp;iwhi·ch apP.eaJ.ed .to · tliem and whic,h cions, are news." gave me an advantage over more ex- · f l · tiff perience men, was my going back to Never -co nfuse n am~ o p am . The basis upon whicl;i these conclu- the district at a financial sacrifice in with defendent or v•ice versa; ~\O si<lllls seem to be formed, are convic· · f t d with one makmg order to keep my word. It aided in name o arres e .. · tion and prejudice. Conviction is bas- giving me the confidencrn and affec- arrest, nor names ef lawyers m cases. ed upon facts; prejud.ice upon emo- t· f th f Ashl d d . Never draw conclusions adverse to l h ;ion e peop 1e 0 an urrn g tion. Education contemp ates t e er- my six years as pirinci;pal a~d super- condu·ct or charac.ter; nev·er comment adication of prejudice; hence arises intendent. . upon the facts. Let the facts themthe question: What is this education, selves tell the story. h . "T.here is no telling how much it for which we are spending muc time meant to me to keep that promise. Carefully go. over and ponder ~pon and money. It. doubtless helped me to receive pro- any court news affecting busmess Whatever the case m_a y be in this mot.ions. It helped me to live a more standings, etc. little interesting and imperso.nal ex- . honorable life than I should have liv- 1 "Beware at all times of soories afperiment: the subject offers a.n attrac- ed had I started out on the Gther fectin g the professional .repute of tive field for detail study in sociology plan. So, after~all, those directors, in !doctors, lawyers, preachers, teachers, in any community. Think it over. in carr ying out their obligations to lar.~ely dependent upon esteem for (Mr. Abrams was assisted in the the district, actually conferred a their work. t abulation of .this data by Mona Mon- greater favor on me than they would Shun, whenever possible, all 3tories teith and Helen Holliway.) have done by accepting my resigna- affecting ·charat:ters of we-men.

a ll circumstances." This idea was expressed .by only two persons. Very liberal indeed. 1 There seems to be a tendency to exclude, under all circumstances, the I Russian, Turk, Chinese, Negro, Hindu, Mexican, Greek. The main rea!sons are soicial and economic. Our so-called "Melting Pot" of the Uniteel States of America, does not seem to melt, -0r perhaps the fire is not hot enough. The substance to be melted may be too hard for the fire.

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Another thing which ho.thers many of the young reporter is, why e ver !Co_ntribubQrs often feel that even tho PERU'S CAMPUS thing he :sends is not publishe<l. He we .are paid plenty for .our "jottings" Colors gay will s0 tnetim·es write a storv half a that we ar>e sort of accep ed as a necFlowers brig.ht dozen- ti1nes n: .d still it is refnse Cl by G.esary evil. '$0 L say w,h en you nskLadies fair the eJi~uL '1he fa c t is the story is ed me personally io contribute it diq Men Debonair. usually termed, as "nnt A-:!W::>" and is my hear.t a g ood turn. · When? Where? disposed of. A good reporter knows And now to you, my dear publicJune on Peru's campus. wh-.it to send an'd wha t not to send My! My! W-0rds fail me as I attempt to h i-; paper. to .give to my appr>~iatio n a suitable Ski es blue What Not to Send vehicle, w h ich will ccmvey to yo u my Frien$ true. Trivial accidents, as leg or arm i.n- sincerest thanks for your support. You'll ne'er regret juries, unless person hurt is promin.- 'Tis true the editor's office has been Come what may ent in locality. flooded with your l~tters of appr,e· D ay~ spent Insignificent robberies or burglar- ciati-on and praise. Of <:ourse since Studying· on Peru's Campus. ies. my identity is kept sec<.ret I have re- ' Murders in ·which persons concern- ceived many '"was.h" notes from both Bells ring ed are obscure -or in which no ele- men and women whic.'h J have read Birds sing ment of mystery is attached. With much fervor. Of course it is "Profs" serene Unm,ention a ble ·oiffenses, breach of unfair to single out any fayored ones, Of stately mien. promise, abandonment, etc. If facts but to N. S. T. I would say that When? Where? are unusua l, handle t;h em d isc1,eetly. I have known what love is and July on Peru's campus. Whe.n lynchings follow assaults, this advise the writer -not llo answer the · should be irrimediately w ired to your girl as it would only l-ead her on. Hills and three pape:·· . . To D. M. I w-0uld s uggest she send me Shady nooks D aily acco unts of trials, murders, a self addressed envelop and I shall W OrQy themes etc., unless specificall'y ordered be pleased to · t h ·t 'on . , . · go m o er ,propoai 1 "Exams" a nd books. Puffs of individua ls, hotels· etc. or !more fully d d bl. _ -. _ . . • '. . , an so, ear pu 1c, I'll TQ.ese you'll miss any. foee adveftising. No pre: ag1mt b1d you a dieu until t he fall :Jssue W,h en g one from Peru's stones are wanted. start. c ampus. Obituaries of a bscure persons. y .i.... t I M · OUn; ru y, -Mary Conw ay, '29. 1 arriages, un ess p eople a r e prom.LONE HROUBADOR.

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CO-EDUGATION lif he should cho t l · 1 . . ance to those w~se t o·t~ edge alleg1- TALKs AND MUSIC GIVEN IPROFESSOR CRAGO WILL GO A SUCCESS? 1 ~:nate superiori:yo ·;1 h:r ~:~;t ~::I ON CHAPEL PROGRAM ; · TO UNI'VE RSITY OF FLORIDA 0

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\ ther .than ·their equali t y with men On Monday of weelc Th . [and their mutual i t t . . . . ~ we were, e fair Co-ed is io be congratulat- I }if h . n eres m makmg privileged to h ear a v·e ry worthy 1 e app1er and more Jive,, 1-.1 ed on the brilHan satire u sed in an- j .... .,. e. convocati.on program. Dr. Brown, . - A. L. MARTIN swer1ng the article e ntitled, "CQ-Ed- I -·- · · · ,has J·ust returned f1·om· h1's vacat 1' on . entertained with charming violin ucation a Success?" Although the Th . SOME RHYMES solos. Following this H . .H. ,J. Flin g author is not practi ced in the art of J ere 1.s a work for everyor, c of . t\iie . J<:ast Texas State Te ach ers · · Accordin g- t o Gc d's plan · answermg Minerva's l\ilail an endeav-1 "'o h 1 Colleg.e . gave a very fine ta lk. Mr. . ~ r n e p .. iate f;.,. woma:: made, FU · h. d or will be made to answe r a. few Bu.t dominion g h ng_ is ·e a of t he ed u·cation departave e man . ment at th at college, ·l'i as 'liad years points of si g nificance to the life of I · · of expei·ien<...,J 'a s a teaci hi>r ";nd lei;the ti mes . The wri.ter was not lead !I ~~~ kif this de ar so ul t.ur~r. ·1... '" .; • "• t'' to write t his article because of op- T in ,8 she c an improve his scheme. Th . . j heres credit due her we'll adm it e convocation . prog r am fo~·., ;to 1 pos1t1on to co-education, but because But· . . 1 't' ll d morrow wi ll b e another. 9.f thf, fin,€ g n 1 s a a ream of certain misrepresentations, or pe'I.·m usic program vie h a ve h:;id. p.,•p.<)r . · d erstandings. t uni t y to h ear t.his 5nmmer. h aps, m 1sun Co-educa- IM an h as fo u ght the battles · A I "l'h e convocat'l ·ll', progcc.m IOI' • l\1. on· t10n is agreeable .to many c ollege me n :. nd sailed t,he seven seas. , . d I both schol astically nn d s oria!ly. T!;is I Nor all this time h as woman ay . 1t1gust, 1...:, w :is :.&rn !!•"•en 1)y

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Crago, who h as b een with P e ru State Teac h ers Colle.,o·c since 1897, h as .been offered th e po,s it'o f P ro f essor of Measurements · at 1 n o the University of Flodda, and has accepted the offer. Pro<fessor Crago will receive .his doctor's d egree this week from Iowa University. At the I f c ose o the summer school he and his family wiil move to t heir Florida ho me. '~ro.fessor Crago h as been one of th . ~ ~ 0 1u-tstai;din g men -0f the fac ul ty. Pil-1~r\ tfo Hfs coming here he made ' '' ' · ' marke?:, su ~ff_~~ ,as a superintendent of sc ho·o ls. .t'i·oressor • Crago and. his fam ily w ill be g r eatly missed in this l' ommuni.ty.

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Jiome are wearing fine 'appar e l, . at- s h ou ld now be but a sh or t s-te!'.l to 1again af ter the dose of the state fair ' . PER.U shaJpe• Jfo.r t.encli.ng night clubs, or, to say the the g;lori ous climax in male dress 1·e- It o tak e up his explora.t ioins. . least, getting the most for self w it h - f~r~n i n :th e sh ape of "~owser;;," or / "N. C. Abb ott, superin tendent of PHONE 56 out contrib uting much t o• socie t y. Idi v in g-s uit trousers, w h1ch combine the Sc!iool .f<:>:r J;h e Blind , also a n ex-· PROPRIETOR h ao, ~ Cti 11a r , tie, shirt, waistcoat, coat, ecutive o Peru Nebraska Do you realize that the average ,~e 1 ' _ ff. i cer of t..'1e HistChrical Soc. mu.neration of wo.meni in g·ainfu l o c- an d tro u sers. Just prolon g t h em in to iety, to.l d of the excellent work w h i.c h _.,.._....,...._......_..__..__..... cupations is only slightly lower t h a n "so ots, " (c ombioned soc ks a nd b oots) has been acco mplished by Mr . Bi ack- ·~-~"'--"--""'-""-.....-"'-"--"'._,...._'°"_'_ t,hat of martjed men according t o a nd ~?e ~ ay o f the ~ea! "reac h -m P-· m !l-i;i during his 30 years se•rvice:" ·' t he United Stal:es Department of L a- down w 1.ll h ave a rrlVed. -Ma n ches-1 :rhce~e ar e m an y m atters o f in te•r est bor Bulletin? Yes tlris is a wQmen's ter guard ian. in this line a b ou t Peru, including beproblem. Will she solve it jn f a v or sides .t he g r ave mentioned, the Indi an AND VISIT OUR NEW STORE MISS TEAR ON VACATION... bur ial gro un d on Indi an Hill in P eru , Of hel. own se1rfish vanity or accordi ng FRESH VEGETABLES AND GROCERIES to the largeF interests of society? The M iss Grace T·e a r , wh o has j ust fi n - the grave of one of the g irls captured assertion that women would star v e ishe d h e r s u mmer's wo;rk at L el and in Illinois and h e ld c ap ti ve by1 t he In· AJl'\that the hous'~Wif~ needs to prepare that delicious to death in the home is an u ninten - S tan for d Univ ersity, C alifornia, is ldi ans, and fi rually r eleased, t h e sp ot meal. · - · th h s f om s p e nd i n g a short vac ati on at her where the .house stood w hich • J oh n . 1 1 d 0 ;,he o f :his , home in Kansas ·before to 1Brown as a station i_n his under. did t d th j Per u t o r esum e .her du t ies in t he ed- ·ground railw ay,, etc., which are w ell ' gene ration . b.not fs arve . a n t t~y I u catio n d ep a!'t me n t . kn own to Per u citizens. PHONE US PERU, NEBR. PH0-NE i 114 found time ·t o e o service o e : , • 1 . lL I I . " " ". . . . . . . . . . . ."'"_"""_....._...__....,_~_....,_"--~~.....1 C'Ommu.n'i:ty as we d 'th ti h Maxi n e Sears w ill leav e for Chica- 1 The Dor m girls will stage t h eir -~-""-"-_"'-._"'_"'_'°"_'_~_..__~~ - " ' 4 So you see fair ~o--e . ~ ~OU avet g o, Septem ber 8, w he r e she w ill e n ter a nnual PJ p a r ty, Thu rsd ay even ing . deluded yourself mto thinking t h _a t h e Illinois T raining Sc h oo l for I Fin al arr an g em ents nave not b een ' .. man is fast losin.g out and t h at ~e will Nu rs es, conn ected with the Coo k completed, but it is thought . th at the not be able to take care of h imself. Co u nty H ospital a nd affili ated w it h re creation ro om of the new hall will .• TH;E OPENING OF A NEW

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Fred Shest ak, W ilbur, was in Pern:

W e nu"Ies on my h ac k and other things h h"d d Sunday. did not get much sleep. Did not have besides, I sur·e earned t e 1 e an Dee Walton and. Bess Martin shopanything to eat on the way back; ran am send'ing it out on t he next boat ped in Auburn S a t urday. -0ut of food a d went two days and to have a rug made. Of all the exMary Straub, Burchard, visited the a half witho ut anything to eat and periences I have .had t his has the past week with dormitory frj-ends. hiking all the .t ime. Finally we ar- wo~ld cheated. When you ·go on a Joe Jones spen.t a few h ou rs on I rived about two and a half miles tiriip , during the summer yo~ cannot the campus Friday. Joe wilL enter The followiong it a letter in which up and go for ·t he other follow. He from the track on Friday night. By tell whether you will get back or not the State University ·f his fall. Edward Bath, a former Peruvian 'though he was g ofog to get away the way, while we were up in the because if a g lader melts the whole now teac,h ing in Alaska, tells his par- so he gave ,him two shots. I think bear country it was quite· warm and vale•l y may be flooded a nd the only Sue W_esner c ame ove~ from Neents of the adventures he is having on e missed. Abou.t that time I gave the water in the streams between the way to get back is to go over the , braska City Monda:Y .e~enmg to make The him an other but then he managed mountains had raised so it was al- mountains which is i m possible in 1 arrangements at Ehza Morgan Hall hunting bear in that country. t . 'bl t t "f 1 f-0r the fall term. . h . th t Ed d f h . b mos 1mposs1 e o ge· across even 1 so:rne cases. P e d.ago.g1an upon eanng ' a . ' - to get .t o the e ge o t e trm er we took off our clot.hes and held thern I ll ward had sent ,home t:he details of his where an.other shot from my gun Edward. Lucy Mojer was ca ed to her home · kn ess m · bear hunt, secured the letter and the finished ffim. You neve.r saw any- over our head. Friday night we in Lush t_on on accoun t o f sic camped about two and a half miles A SOCIATION MEETS HERE I permission to publish it. Following is thing like it. ,,..A bear can carry more S .r ' /-her fanu y, · fro the track after goJng wi.thout t;he letter: shot than anything you ever saw. "Abe" McEiroy, coach at Bridge. anything to eat since we started back. (C t" d f Page One) Before he quit he ,h ad a front le.g, OtD mue rom port the past yea r, was in Peru Wed. The next morning about three thirty B w t DEAR FOLKS: a hind leg broke, a hole in his side P . Mic ride· es ern n esd ay. "Abe" will c-0ach in Kansa ' · R ev. E zra this fall. It has b een nke and warm here for and a shot in the head. Shot did not we ran acros.s a stream we could not 2:00 Religious Educatfon, the past few days and it appears as injur the h~e except Oi11 one leg and Cr·OSS and spent from four o'clock Duncan, Stat e Director Young thou.g~1 good weather h:.is co1ne for it can easily be fixed up. The shells that morning until five that night People's , Work _..,_..__..__..,_...__,..,_, the I'emainder of .t,1.ie summer. Ev- we were using would flare out when trying to get across. Ai stream which 3:00 Open Forum Discussion, "My DRAYAGE ery thing is now nice and green a1~d they hit and make a ,holt abo ut as was only knee deep when we went Method od' Relig ious Education, ' Seward is the most beautiful place big as your fist, Well, the next thing down wu:, 110 w over our beafls. The Led by Rev Ezra Duncan For all, kinds of drayage, · · t h e <:ummer t',J!ne was to sk1'n the b·ea1· which we did in CUI·1·ent was so swift, a:1d the water 3:30 Reports of committees, e 1eotion see or caII PHONE 193' or 86 , you ever S'lW m -of officers and ether business JOHN THORNHILL Just ret urned Wednesday night about two hou rs. We were afraid to so cold from snow capped mo:.mtains from another bear hunt ar.d w::is more leave l· t t here and get it w,hen we and ahout a quarter mile wide that 4:15 P resentation of State Work Convention Paston _.._,_...,._..,_,...._ , ,...._,_ successful this time than the last Came back a.nd so took it with us on passing was almost imr>" ssible. F.i_n- Rev. G. L. Sharr.., k' up .to the cabin where we were headally we became so weak we were just 6:00 Supper ....,_.._,_..__..,_...,..__,_ time I went. I succeeded in getting 1 11 a fine black bear which fe llows here ·ed for with fiftee n miles ahead of us. l1h0 it t o give it up a r'I lt:!ave· our Evening Session with special empha- ' J • D· • GRAVES Hike all nig ht, ran acr-0ss a stream t hings a.nd swim the <>tream but since sis on Young People's WiOirk say is one of the nicest hides th ey b f y T ' ATTORNE A LAW h ave seen. T,h e inconvenience which about two o'clock in the morning and we were bringing ack n quarter o 7:30 Devotionals ----------- ----,had to take off our clothes to get ' the bear we finally thought of eating Ruth Roberts. Paw.flee City NOTARY PUBLIC ' 1 went •.o in getting the hide would h R d th d across. Stopped on the other side, t at. oaste e meat on ~ticks an 8: 00 Elect:i-On of officers, reports and Peru Nebraska be almost beyond 1ma~lnation so the h d f ·rh f J and )milt a fire to dry out, and had , Cl!.te some cot ee. en we e t other business thin.gs I relate you may have to use h ot chocolate. We then continued rnr,re like battling the <>tr.earn. · We 8:30 Inspirational Address ._,_..__...,_"'_~-'your imaginati-0n. Here goes (!rear and· arrived at our cabin about three tvuk off our clothes a1:dt.rie;i places Final adjournment story?:. . thirty the second day after .having to get acr·oss and fianlly foun d a place You'll not ·be dissappointed Leavmg Seward on Sunday mom- hiked all night. The mosquitos in jQst up to our necks but the current Helen Ep,le.r suffered an atuack of , if you get your hair cut at ing, June 2, .for Anchorage where I this p art of the country are so bad was so swift you could h ardly stand of ac u te aippend'icitis Thursday. She 1' BOB KNAPP met a fellow who was going with me. lwe had to wear mosquito nets. Ev- up. The fellow I was wit.h swam was taken to the Auburn hospital for The pl~ce we were rroin g _was about ery time we wo.uld take off our shoes across, built a fire on the other side immediate treatment. Her friends / (Next to Gaines Hall on the 140 miles from Seward Just aLou.t or clothes to cross a stream they with one match he h ad lef;; ar;d c:ime wish ,her a speedy recovery. ; Pavement.) twenty-fiv·e miles from .Anr.ho•·age. w.ould almost eat us up. Still have back and I had a fire. on n:y side to ~~:;::;;:;;:;~~~:;:;;::::;~;:=:;:::~=:;:=:~-~~"-~-~~...,~~-~""~gm:;,~;...,~-~~..,~~-~._.~~-~ We too k the train out of Anc h')rage wealts on my hands, face and back keep wa rm. We11, we put our clothes .,....__..,_._._..__..,_,_..,_...,._,_...__,_...__"-~ for this twenty-live mi les and then from their bites. They would get on on our pack boa.rd up ,high so they ..i THE MARDIS STORE had a twenty-five mile hi ke from the your hands so thick you could hardly would no ge.t wet and started across. ' Pure foods-Everything for your table. Fresh and cold tra•ck to E:anick Glacier whm·e we see your ~and. . I J held on to a rope we h ad and so di:i meats. Fresh milk from certified cows. Fruit and veget· were O'Oing t o hunt 1-iear. I:;ncause _ We arnved at the cabm • about the pt.her f.ello;w so if he went down al;;>les. Fresh and canned. Prompt delivery. Reasonable of the distance the fellow I went with three t hi rty in the afternoon and sure I could help and if I went down he , Prices. THANK 'YOU PHONE 25 had made arrangements r,o get pac:k cooked us _some meal. ~Y. th e wa.~ j could help: After we bucked. the c.ur- _...,_"-_"_'"_'_'_'°_..__~_...__...__"-_"~ horses so t,he trip mio·ht be quite ,we also, st1 apped a quarte1 of beai . rent a w,hHe we seemed to get w·,rrn "'-_...,._...,._....._......_ " - _ ' _ " ' _ _ -~ ~ . ~ .__....,._....,._ _ _... e asy. 'I...1ese 11orses were sEcure d ~1ea t. '-On our ;rrnc k· b o~rd. an d b rought in the water and finally got across ;it 'j . ~~ 1 about five mHes from where we were 1t wtt~ us. The ca.bm IS a_bout o'.rn- about five o'clock. After drying _out to .go up t.he river. After ardving· on ·~alf nnle from Ka~1ck Glacier, w.h1ch I we started for the track h aving more f the train we ate supper with an old 1s two. or t~1ree miles long and a bout streams to cross and timber to go ·1• FOR RURAL SCHOOLS IN sourdough and then took .his horses one mtle wide. We went to bed that through. I J.ost one shoe in crossing MONTANA IDAHO COLORADO ARI ZONA and started out. After .!?·etti no to nig ht abou t ten o'clock getting up the swift stream and made one to Salaries from $100 to $150 per month Mu t b d , ... · s e g ra uates the river we were to go up, we found the n·ext moa·ning abou.t two to hunt complete the journey out of a fel.t of two year college course. _.. Experience preferred .but t that we coufd not get the hor~es bear. It does n't do any good to hunt h at wound around my foot and pad- j necessary. Write immediately. no

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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 37-38  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 37-38 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 37-38  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 37-38 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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