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PERU PEDAGOGIAN VOLUME XXIV.

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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 192-8

PERU, 37 OMAHA, 0: BOBCATS ARE CHAMPIONS! .

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Peruvian means a native of Peru. BUILDING old Mexican tow n ·comes from It is the sincer e intention of .every YOU may wonder W ~ll over -a hundred men and boys ; Kenneth Stiers, who is teaching at member of th,e colleg e annual's staff By "Tip" Roberts. met m the Methodist Ch~ rch base- 1T res Piedr as, N . M. th at the book should be truly a naA powerful Bobcat grid eleven WHAT will happen ment last Wednesday evemng for t h e ; " Amid the snow-capped Rockies of tive of Peru. This particular annual made more history for Per~ and . addfather and son b a nquet. wes t er n N ew Mexico, there is a little TO THE old Science has been a native for m any years ed another footb all championship to The b anquet was sponsored by the ci t y t h at bo as ts of more historical and there is perhaps no . institution its record by downing Co ach Hubka's HALL. · -college Y. M. C. A. a n d from sta rt , and i n t eresting connect ions than any about the campus which lends as Omaha Cardinal outfit 37 to 0 in a to finish was a grand s u ccess. · other tow n in the sou thwest . It WELL,much venerable prestige and dignity one-sided affair played at Omaha SatGroup singing was led by " P at" is forty miles from a r ailroad, and to the school as does the Peruvian 1 urday. IT WILL be made N orwood and R. T . Benford at the conseq uently hundreds of auto touritself. The Grafmen were masters of the piano. All during the b an quet fro m ists v isit the city ev·ery week. EnterINTO A meeting The printed and pictorial page, situation from the opening whistle. '<me end of the room to t h e ot h er in g t he city fr om t h e no rth, one when taken from its n ative abode, but the Cardin al lads didn't lack any PLACE FOR various some one would be made to stan d u p 1d r iv es d irectly by the grave ·of Ki t will reflect not in part but ex actly for fi gh t, holding the invaders to t wo and do everything from giving a 1C a r son, one of Amer ic a's greatest the customs and traditions of that touchdowns the first h alf. However CAMPUS Organizations. speech to danci n g a jig. I p ioneer s. An old and time-warn place from which it comes. Whether t he Peru aggregation w asn't to b e THE NEXT question is: After the banquet came the r eal stone m arks his burial plac·e. For I it shall be truly loyal or not depends denied that for which they h ave been t reat of the evening, when J ames h alf a c e ntu r y it h as withstood th e entirely upon its producers. pointing all season. The great Hertz. WHAT ARE we to Delzell, toastmaster , introd uced as ravages of the w eat her and the pluc kThis brings one, then, to the point clever Joe Krejci, shifty Wilbur the ·speaker of the eveni n g L. C. Ob- : ing fi n gers of curio-seek ing t ourists. CALL IT? The to what "Peruvian" means to its pro- Youn g, speedy Howard Zook and tear erlies of Lincoln, Ne brask a. F a rther down the street is an old ducers. Let it here be s·aid that it in g Casebeer k ept the Omaha lads so PEDAGOGIAN will h ave Mr. Ober lies saiq "in t his · day and ; Spanish mi ssion , five t hou san<;} f eet t a k es an enti·re sc h oo l , an d not on 1y occupied that t hey couldn't think of 1 age in which we h a:v e Boy Scouts, Ia bove and overlook in g the Rio SOME int eresting n ews ! a st aff to p roduce a Peruvian. scoring. The Bobcats scored th eir fi rst counHi-Y, and various other organ ization s ; Gran de river. The mission is· eight FOR YOU some 1 The financi al investment incurred ter af ter. O'H anlon , Cardin al h alfa g1:eat deal of credit should be gi ven Ihund red years old an d is yet serving ! in production is c.onsiderable. The b ack, h ad booted the oval to midfield to the men who lead these a c tivi:'ies, las a p l ace of wor ship fo r Sp anish j OF THESE producers, then, 1 but after all tl,ey can "'! Ot. t a ke the peoples. The bu ilding is of runhu ed ! . . will . do well to b e an d H er t z, y oung an d z oo k pr oceed certain of their fini shed product be- ; d t d •t b k t here it DAYS, so get 'place of a real father t o t h e son . T h e (si c) fir and adobe. Only w here a few ; If . h . . "e o a v ance 1 ac o w oi e t ey commence to invest. · f A th e Ki·eJ"ci 1 came rom. on g passreason the boy scouts have accom- 1 p ieces of. the " do be" h ave fallen out, ON YOUR A liberal amount of work must b e v ariety-was pulled out of the atp lished what they have is b eca use does the struc tu r e s h ow the effects : invesed too, if the book is to be com- mosphere by Youn g who galloped they deal with the bo_y w h er e h e is : of t h e cold and inten se heat of eigh t THINKING CAPS. •mendabl-e. Relatively "few" there ·unhampered across th e last whi te most at home---in the woo d s, swi ming hundr ed winter s and s ummers. The j are who ever. stop to re ~lize the m ass strin ger. Th e try fo r the extra poi nt an d so on . A b oy's love is expres~ed ; padre w h o li ves withi ri n ever sees _the of work behmd the finished product (Conti nued on P age 4.) l>y some outward emotion as wi th 1 lig h t of d ay. It is. said th at Maximilwhich they hold in b and . They c an·b oxing gloves, wrestling, baseb all , i li an visited the place and gave it the j not see the "long hou rs" behind and so on." !b lessing of God. · Y. W. HEARS SOME i each page and p anel. T aas is the summer home of manv UNIQUE " NE,¥" MUSIC To be sure t1:e~ th.at such fin ance CHINESE ONE-ACT of t h e worl d 's for emost artists. Mill- Coach Wonder's Proteges and such labor is JUst.i fi a bl e, th e book PI...EASES STUDENTS /ions are spent by these~ p eople for Show D"0 c·1ded ' Pu1,..ch ,.. m ust appr op ri 'ate cert ain st and ards . Giris Will Vote · OD New Constitu tion . \s u m mer homes and lod ges, where In the Near Future 1 _5__P :_nd only . a few mont hs of evThe Peru Pre~ bobkittens m et the • • Fi rs~·- it m_~1_st _ _ reflect school presCon-vocation Audience Sees .:roduc - :~~-y _,~ ., ., _ ..

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The opening songs, " No Nigh t 1 ·G ue ule P layers formed the cast, and Plattsmouth's husky fullb ack made There,'' and "Have Thine Own W ay" the play was under t he direc tion of • g ood gains through the line and triple I were sung. Mr. Joder and Cedr ic Crink. Joy p asses _also ~etted good yardage. The Alice Miller led the devotion als. Mi ckel w a - stage manager. I P eru tine stiffened and Plattsmouth She read a chapter from th e book. The cast: -- _ lost the hall on downs. Peru's flashy I "As a Man Thin keth,'' by James AlThe- Gong -b e arer - - --- - -- John Bath Organization Will Give quarterb ack let loose a combination B . len. The chapter was entitled 'Th Ch wi1Ham Okrent P l ay m · Spnng . of line plunges, cu t backs and end USiness ISCuss.ed .at Re- " Thought and Char acter," and it e or us ----- --M ·Ch ang-s u t -ye n -------- F re d D uey . runs. . This caused t he P lattsmouth cent eeting brou ght out some very good p oints. -T· h M d · H N k 1 . knees to k nock to.get her. F ollowing her reading the d evoe ~n a:m - - ---ar:vey ic e ;The Ph1los held t heir regular ! . · .Kwen-l m, his daug hter __ Mar ie Lash me t" t W d d For the entire half both teams The E veretts held their regular t ion al h ymn, "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," 1 1 The Property Man ----- - Fred Cole t hee m~o- as e nes .ay .evenin g in I plunged the line and then kicked. meeting at 8 o'clock in the Little w as sung. Th e Go.d of F ate ______ H arvey Cole Hi,,,h School aud1tonum. The 1 At the start of the second h alf both Theat re. The progra~ f or t h e" eveThe progr am consisted of: The play b <>ing· present ed i n Chi- / prog r am w as under- t he di~·ection ofJ, teams came b ack with the do or die ning w as under t he direction of Dor- Saxophone Solo ___ __ _ Lq}s Metcalf " H othy WorJ.ey. The fi rst number on "Son g of India" nese fash ion no scenery or f nrni ture arvey Cole and in t he manner of spirit, but it w as the bobkittens who th . ' . , di . , e p r ogram w as a prnno solo b v "Court Bells" _w ere used. T he i:op er t y Man furn- 1presentat 1on was somewhat different. d It . . iJ essie Fish er , • The n e~t was a on~- St unts - ---- ------ - - - - - -- . Hilda Bell 1sh~d ( he ~tors with necess a r y p r op- , The sc en e represented a home the The bobk1tt ens managed to put ov- \ ~ ct p lay, "Evening Dress Personi- l"Good Night L adies" ___ l d a Schrlipel er ties, whJCh he collected after they eveni n g after the Thanksgivi ng din- 1er the_touchdown . . The game ended j tied." The p ar ts were taken by June The last number by Mi~ Schrepel were used• . B11c .· k·e1, El 1'd a B ag di ey, El ton Dav- ' w as p 1aye d on a new mus1ca · I m · str uThe progr am opened with a • 6 toO rn favor of the Prep sters. 1 n e r. 1 "Th e Tur tle D~ve" is a l.i.t tle ro- saxophone solo by Lois Metcalf, ac, l·enpor t and Frank Cope . . The play 1ment of her own invention. Her in· m ance, frau~ht with t he tn als a~d com panied by Lucille Hug h es. She l !was very much enjoyed by the socie- ,st rument was made up of "human obstacles which often are present m 1 pla yed as her first number "Sere- I . , ' ty and each played his p ar t well. Ikeys," consisting of five white ones r omantic . situ ations. Chang.-sut-~e.n 1 n a de," by Drigo, and second, the well l Aft er t he prog rm two of t he play land three black. ones. th e he~o, IS fin ally allowed his bride, known "Saxophone W altz." Elsie I casts wer e excused fo r p lay practice. Marie Lash then read the new con Kwen-lm, by : be God of F at e. E v- W a llin t hen gave two r eadin gs, the • . After the prog r am a b usiness meet- , stitutio~ and by-laws an d t he memery ch~racter i? the pla~ play h as a firs t " A Good Indian's Pra yer," pre- Will Show Here O°i Decem• ing ws h eld for the discussion -0f do- Ih ers _will vote as to whet her ~o a~symbohc meamng, especially to the senting t he inner Jife of t h e Indian ,, ber 7 ing away with life membership and cep t 1t or not at t h e first meetm g m ·Chin ese. w hic h many of us overlook. The secIthat each member py by semester, December. ond w as ·e ntitled "Freedom." RavIt is seldom that a carnival com- which is fifty cents. The meet ing closed wit h t he son g-, . pany visits Pet·u. Sometimes towns After some discussion it was de- "S ave d • S ave d" · MUSICIANS CELEBRATE m o nd Trenholm, accompanied by Lu- -- - -SCHUBERT WEEK cille Hug h es at t he p jan o, sang two are a bit loathe to J.et such aggrega- cided to appoint a committee to look selections, t he first "Car mena," by tions wit hin the city limits. A carni- further into this question and it is t o FACULTY GARDENERS Monday Conv ocation D e dicat ed to Wilson, and the second, ".Sonny .Boy_" val comp any recently app lied for en- be decided at the next Everett SocieSTILL HARVESTING Shubert Compositjons As a fitting climax R alp h Chatelain t r ance int o Peru, and, after due d eli- ty meeting. pla y e d as a piano solo excerpts from ber ations, a permit was given them. Intensive work in now being done Onions and P arsnips Specialty of Chapel t ime on Monday , Novem ber severa l well known melodies. It is only such a hig h-class comp any on the Everett p rogram of three oneProfessor Holch 19 was devoted to F ranz Schub er t's A business meeting followed at as this one which would ev·e r be al- act p lays which t he society will preWe again hav·e a report from one · co~positions, in commemor ation of 'which ' it was decided t h at Philo lowed to do so. sent to the public, on Saturday of of our gardener s. Mr. Holch says his d eath w hich was on N o v ember 19, wonld g i v e a p lay next spring. An This company is rather large. Its t his week. that h e has pulled p arsnips this fa ll just one hund red years , a g o. amendment to the constitution was equipment consists of forty-two box HAWKEYE CLUB from his garden a nd states th at they Mr. Benford p layed t w o p iano se- a lso c ad e. cars of fun and twenty-eig·h t doubleThe Hawkeye Club met for a short r ange from two feet to :hree feet lections w hic h were composed b y ,, leng th fiat cars load ed with good t imes, besides m any other attractions business meeting Thursday at ch apel in len gth and from t wo to fo ur i nch es Schubert: c lasses. June Brick el san g two num- too numerous to mention. time. The question of dues w as dis- in diameter. As y.et he h asn't " Hark, Har k t h e L ark." bers, accompanied b y Ruth Shelly. Only a one-nig ht stand is scheduled cussed. It was decided t h at dues weighed any, but instead - ate t hem. "March Militai re." "Ah Sad I ndeed My Hear t ---for Peru, and the management g uar- would be seventy-five cents; twenty- They are bett er to eat th an to weigh. Schubert w as a famo us Aust r i an Tchaikovsk y an tees that everything will be in five c ents for this quarter, and fifty Mr. Holch admits that he is a ~arden ­ composer of song and instrumental "Horning" -------- - ---- Del Reig o r eadiness when the t ime comes. cents for next semester. The discus- er of fame for h e r ais·es two crops Lo ri n e N~rton, with Mr . Benf or d Ther efore, vJ.e announce to P eru sion followed as to how to raise from one planting. Last spring h e music; his masterpieces have n ot as p layin g t h e accompanimen t on the Students the comin g of t he K ampus money for the Per uvian page. A p lant ed onion seed ' and it g r ew into yet been surp assed. . Kut-up Karnival Kompany, and hope committee of five was appointed to small onions. With the heavy fall Wed n esday t he stu dents w ere en - p iano sang: " Carmen a" ------- - ---- - - - Wilson ' you will all attend. The date is De- decide up on this, and P aul Combs was r ains these small onion plants • evived tertained at chapel time by repreelected ch airman of t he committee. and grew to a nice size. " Mey Mornin g " ---- - - ----- - Denza ce.mber 7; t he sky is the limit . llentat.iv-es of t he Junior and Freshman tion of "Tur tle Dove''

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APPRECIATION i,------------------.., To all AN faculty, student s, and t own PUBLIC OPIN ION ' friends, and to all Alumni friends ev FRATERNITIES erywhere, most cordial greetin gs: :I Since it is impossible to rea ch each "Any one who _has an y f a Hh ln ~ . convi<:·~--------------~· DELTA ALPHA Pl of you personally m t h my thanks I tion shoul d n ot be _a:frai'.1 to set lt for th. • ' W ith t'hls p urpose 10 mrnd . t h en. we are The D eta l Alph a P I. h eld their reg·- I am asking the Pedagogian to broad- cr ea ting . P bl . 0 ·nion colum n wherein · . . a u 1e Pl •. 1 ular meeting Monday evenmg at 8 cast them for me in this informal b d has t h e r ight to a ir his views In a ' 1 k Th I aay 0 y · 11 b d •. ,o .c oc · e pro~ram of the eve- ! way . . I wish I could express them si irned stateme n t . We hope it wi e u.se · 1 nmg was two musical numbers. ! more adequately , but I h aven't words - Pedairoglan. Vol . :xnv. N o · Entered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class mail. Violin Solo - - --------- --- Dr. Brown : for t h e depth of gratitude I feel to- T o The Pedagog ian : I . -· . ---- .. - .. Published weekly at Peru State Teachers College--the oldest training school Clarinet Solo ----- ------- Joe Jones I ward you all. So many thoughtful J am surprised at t he attitude in the Missouri Valley, esta.blished 1867. Both numlJ.ers .were accomp anied kindnesses: watchful care, lovely . some fo lks t a ke tow ard t he poin t - - - - - - - - - - - - · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - i b y Ruth Shelley. J. W. Tyler gave a ' flowers, letters, messages CYf cheer, · t I b 1. t hat I w o u ld hesi' k " · . s ys em. e ieve Single copy 5 cents. Ital on Reqmremen ts to enter the books, friendly calls, tem oting things "~ h W. $1.00 the year. I K D Pi" · t ate t o brand m yself as a J O n rn - - - -- -- -- appa elta . 1 to eat, all make me feel very h appy Short talks were given on value of and very laumble too. Surely it is thrope" in t h i s d ay a n d age_ STAFF State Teachers ·c onv·entions. These worth a broken bone or t wo to thus It seems t o me that t he main ide EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ------ - ---------------~ ., --------- ------- JOE JONES were given by Wilber Schindler, realize the wonderful beauty of is to give m ore s tude nts a n opporMary Conway, Mrs. P rice, and S. L. friendship and human k indness. I tunit to demonstr ate t heir talents, ASSOCIATE EDITOR ------------- -------------- - RUDOLF ANDERSON Clements. h ave so many' t hings t o be t hankful y " b - for that I t hink this exp erience w ill . and not to reliev~ some over - urdBUSINESS MANAGER ------------- ------------- RALPH CHATELAIN A short business meeting was held dened intelligensia ' A move t owar to plan fou fut ure progr a.m and to make me no t only a happier but also · h ... tt ' ; democracy ought to b e w-grt Y of I h make a d c· · th lJ. f ope, a ·ue er woman. 0 BUSINESS MANAGER ------------------------ -~--- --- EDWIN BOOTH ' e iswn on e nurn er ' o ur -consid e r a tion. Peruvian pages to h ave this year. Here's love and than-ks and best Harold P. c 0 ok '

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BASKETBALL The gym h as been th e scene of several _basketball g ames between th e men of the different boarding h ouses J.etely._ ' There is quite a larg e amount of friendly rivalry going on among the contestants and there h as been at least one free basketball g ame a week in the gym for the past thr ee weeks.

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CAMPUS - ------------ ---- - ----- ---------------- --- - LUCILLE DOWELL itiate a mov·emen~ i11 the direction of of a sch olasti nature, in fact schoi nationalization . of .the organization last ics as a who le, in t h eir relatiOJl FEATURE __________________.__________ .:_ _______________ GEORGE COOK l through a charter from the K appa sh ip to ath le ti cs on t he Peru campus. · · , Delta Pi fraternity. Members of this Further Mr. Chatelain d·eplores the organization .on the campus from lack of scho las ti· c a dver•1 ·s1·11g c1·1·cu ACTIVITIES --·- ----------------------- ·.- -------- RAYMOND TRENHOL"' '" v , chapters at Colorado University, Greelated by the school; a nd con cludes FACULTY -------------------------·----------- - HAROLD McCREIGHT j ley State Teachers Colleg·e, Greeley, his lalJlentat ion with the c ustom of · : Colorado, Oklah oma University, PeaFegar di n g t he m emb er s of P eru's atl1DEBATE -----------..:.-- ------------------------- ERNEST HASSELBLAD I Tennessee, State Teachers College, letic teams a s t h e primar y s tandard body Teachers College, Nashville, bearers of P eru's colors. _,,... INSTRUCTOR --------------------------- ---------- - THOMAS E. ENNIS Tenn essee, and State Teach~rs ColLast wee)c there were tbree g am es An imp ar t i a l a n a lysis of th·e situ a on Tuesd ay nig ht. st artin g at t ion divulges the accuracy of Mr. 1eg e, Ypsi·1anti,· Mic h igan, t h roug h played 7 , 1 0 c ock. their chapters and through their acThe firs t :?," a .,.te was !:-e- · Chat elain's assertions. The b asic oui·OUR CHAMPIONSHIP age of constructive physical educa- 1quaintance with chapter members in twe~n t h e bpys of the Dahlstrom p ose of t his a rticle is to depict ac~ur. · ·~~ es " ti fifteen or twen ty colleg es have gen- b0use . and the "Dar k H Lt ·· · . le at ely w h y a thle tics and p ar t icipant L ast Saturday's game proved the t10n. We must make a distinct ion be-1 erously pledged their support. mffe;;i h0 1 hth e Dahlstrom h ouse cnn y in g of athl et ics in P e1·u, occupy a posiundisput.a ble light of P eru football . . . o t e onors. The se<'ond g 11mP. · f N. o .de. fi.m~e r; asons are seen why . was between the 8 :5!. 'ln d 9 :50 g." rn tion 0 prom i nence above ~cholarsbin to lay claim upon conference cham- tween athletics and physical educaou1 f 1 ate1 111 t ~' t t d ~ ·' an d other school's r~p utation and· . h Y ma-: no 0 e gran e a . cl 'll ~·.e'S, the 8.50 -: l t - win n ing. Th e pionship. That g ame was a rather tion. While the process of choosinv nahona1 c . arter. Any help that can I l ~ ·t ooam b t Id why •t he p r es·en t circumsta nce is b as1 spectacular affair, also,- a good cli- the few best physical specimens from b . b f ~" ,,. , e was P' '•Y·~c e We"!n 0 ed upon .t he opera t 1·0 n of 1·u~·ti"ce. r7>.'. e given y acu 1ty members through rivals the Trenholm b oys a d th ~ max to a fine season(~owever, let the r anks of one school and pitting acqu ainta~ces with Kappa De~ta Pi from 't he Gaines Hall. The T~·en\1.0~~~ Mr. C h atelai n indulges h imse lf in us not think that b6 \'1'n ly that one them against the few best from an· members m. other colleg·es , will be I house again won as it h ad the pre- th e us e of Biblical paraphras-e in .game we have com~"'.\i the chompion- 1_~ther. may at pr..es_e~t. ~e- known un- duly appreciated. ; vious week. wh ich h e asserts "by thei r athletics --L~--...-----=======:.:_ J.__ _ _ _-====~==-........----=Y'.~e~s~h'...".a~l~l~know th em." The writer of

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paraphrast h is article cont en d s thattendencv to ·1 T O SPONSOR 19 28 ORPHEUM . ing from t~e B'ble has a quotation · of der th e g uis e of "physical edu catiori," ALPHA MU OMEGA i Exact s hip. IJe idea is a t once erroneous and "The A lpha Mu Omeg a Fraternity ., The fo llowing p ersons h ave b een a.nd the A championship, ny, is the f allacious. Why should those indiv1. held i"ts r eg ular meeting Mond ay, No- appointed to act as a faculty r"' t o 0 hcom- s_crip asrs age of scr1"p ture is a ppropnmere g lamor of..,a'h cm&asion, and not b , ooc:e "by thefr 19 in t he m ath ematics r oom . i:nittee to sponsor the 1928 r p eum. mg P .:."'-r };!' duals who a r e p ossessed of vem er ' f, b h t l t a te to t he w r it e rs pur_ ' ,, t he complot• @iol...,f ' " "'on' ot, E vmtt V =derlo<d h• d chaoge o 'to he p ut on y t e ' uten " fruits ye sh• ll k n <>w them. . h ps of wotk behind one phY>iqueo be t.k•n aod •P•· th• pt-0g,.am. It con•i•ted of •biogtaMuhm, Chait m•n; E nnfa. Montoe, The inclination of h u m=- kmd ' .o p er a , 1 occa ci alized to even a higher degree of ph1"cal sketches of famous m at hema- I' c arter, N orwood, Miss R oot, :Mis s l bu t on a , ar1season. It not ;n e on Y a11 dd c ater to t h e spectacu a r; . . . . .t the oth er, an perfec tion? To be su re, it f ul.fils t he ticians. Lorine E rickson r ep orte ' P almer. t wit h t his is another h abit of ap>J>iP hove woo " '· thi• Da.·wini• n •umval of on t he lifo and wotko of A<Chimed.,, The ' o tph e um t hfa ym is to be p ut y . . the w orth and valu e of any ,.n, all of that. the fitt.,t---but men , we hope, " ' A=ie GtaM on B>tton .on Ftiday , D ecemb et 7. W •tch fo t or project in terms. nf men agree mor e t h a n mere animals. R edfer n on Pascal. ' mor e infor m ation i n the futu r e. a c h i e v ement . An unbiased inv·est1g:.!, i t is and not a team, which Now, in t he idea of intra-mu ral At this time business concernin g I tion divulges t h at since the year ampionship. The sports, .t h e idea of w in, win , win, is the P.eruvian was considered, also W ILL STUDY ART until the present y ear, Peru's 1923 j ust reason, proud of j;he1r p arti ally done aw ay, The h igh spe- concerning the flow er fo r t he fraterF ifty-eig ht m asterpieces of art athle t i c tea ms h ave ob tained s even achievement. The ' "t of " ' " n .be ci• li,.tion which now tak" •uch nity. wete bough t for " " in th e . ttainin g s tate champi on•hips, four fo hasket· .also proud of the held we h ave g1v- scientific p r ec1s10n of execution T h e next meeting will he given ov- school. With thes e lar ge bal1, two in fo otb a ll, and one m tra ck. would be superseded, to be sure, but er to an inihation of new m ember s. t nres a / larg e n umber •>f sm :itll m d i - No o t h er organization on the P er11 leave schools; champion- I is that to render a g ame so une n.!oyvidual pict ures of t h e s am e ones wer e c ampus can b oast of such a record: able as not to b e wor t h the price? ALPHA ERUDITO also p r ocured. These will be used by i t o v e rsh a d ows and ecl ip s es t he ens hiP> •tay. i Tho" w ho play fot the love of the The member.< of the ochola"hiP the 'tudents when the piccum d e avo" ofall c ontemporary m-ganfa•-_ VISUAL EDUCATION game sh ould h ave no fraterriit y, Alpha Erudit p, as it shl?ll studied. . t ions in Peru.

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months. They are i nc u e m e gre a t ness of P era in s c o as c enli" st b ecause of their" b r oad general deavo rs. Add i tionally he fails t() ism would be t aken Secret ary ----- - --Meier appeal to the int er ested i n c onsider t he increase of ·enrollment in Vl·sual education is not a young B thing-. t I there is Membership ------ Helen K altenborn C k many t hing. s-h hsu bJ.e c ts ot_h er l . .t h an t he eac h y ear 's fre shm an c l ass w h o , while U Athletics a re a. fine ·tion. 1"dea. Louis Agassiz who liv.e d in the no doubt about 1t. ut un 1 we c a n Treasurer -------- George T. oo one in wh1c e 1s spec1a 1zrng. c oming tor v anous r e aso n s, enro nineteenth century before the time find some way to serve "the g dr e"atest · B df d because· of. P e r ,u 's schol a st ich standing d t. Biography of movies and picture projection, . h . B d · number with the greatest goo ' w e In the November issue of t he " R ecLife a nd I ----------:r.a or Last y e ar a s tudent in t e eµar t aug ht by visua1 e d ucat ion. ang e . When should n ot be too laudatory in t e1r t m ent of Chemistry WO T' a national 1 ,, t he m agazi·ne of the N ational Skyward - --- - -------- ----- - -- y r asked Wllat he th oug ht to be the prais e. s· ' T au Delta English frat er nity, Microbe Hunters --- - - - ---- D e K r u if f or w r itin g a chemical essay. g r e atest work of his life, h e replied, there is inc1 igma appeared two ar ticles by ou r ,I 'V:e ' " ' L i"n db h Th" · ·a. e n t l t 1"fies t o trl.1e " I h ave t a ug ht m en to observe.'' If TAKE THE ADVANTAGE own college p eople, one by Joe J on es, D1sr aeh - ---- ----- - -- - ----- Mau101s fit ness of P e ru s C hemistry depa1tnew appliances, then, are to teach us Some few y ears more th an t hr ee and the other by Miss Esther Cla r k. Vol. I, ll, Intim ate P aper s of Colonel m e nt. to better use our power s of observ a- centuries ago, a small b and of per.. House - --- -- --- - - ----- S eymo u r · The hea d of .Peru's l:,iistory departtion, they ar e a good thing. sons landed t heir boats on th e eastern Education ' ment has -be en a year in one of the One g reat advantage of visual ed- shore of this continent, at Plymouth T h e School-Bo ard Member - - Almack g reatest uni ve rsities of the middle ucation is t hat it br ings t hings out Rock. The old r ock still is t here MT. VERNON HALL How to Do Research in Educ a tion west att aini ng recognition, and SG ·of the theoretical and abstract down worn by the w aves and scar r ed b' Goo d gre at was t h e quality of his work to where we can see them with our h ammer -marks. Ther e are m an y Adventure wit h C ruldren ---- L ewis t h at he was retained as an instructor own ey es. It increases our ability to g r aves also atPlymouth, but the Dorothy Martindale h as r eturned Problems in Sch oo l A dministr ation for t he present ._vear in that uni versi· observe, a nd, as h as many times been ideals which t his p eople brought to take uo her school duties af ter oe- - - - - - --- - - - --- - -- - --- Li n d say 1t y's historv denart ment whHe a re!!-shown, is valuable in character forma- have g one "fr.om Atlant ic to P acific, in g to home i n Omah a. Act iv i ti es _ McKown '. ula r -went aQ;oad for study tion. There is doubtless a g reat deal from the p a lm tree to the Pfn e." __ -. Public School F inance W Moehlm an ; a n d research, fulfilling t h e dut ies 01 ahead in ·this advance, and we will Lat er , w hen these orig inal Sylvi,a D avis, Florence D a vis, Mil- Civic E ducation - -- - - - ---- S nedden this professor during his absence. be • hle to study it !tom "' begin - h• d fo=ded them,.Jv.,, they m•t>- 'dted Wen, !. and Loi• Metcalf wete The P a'5ing of the Mt. Chatelrun infets t hat Pern ath· ning• on upwatd. ln thi• we •te tuted a g mt on t he •ick " " thl• week. -- -.-- --- --- - ------ -- Thayer , lete• ate k nown "officia lly" if not fottunate. They h ad but a '"nt stote of blesoTl>e Me.,unnent of Intellig ence "ate· 1oocJ>illy. The infete nce in ings to be t h ankf ul f or, but the day Breakfast consisting of hot 11olls - - - - -- --- - --- - - - ---- Thorndike ; m ent is that the administration of INTRA-MURAL SPORTS !r must .have been true one, becaus e and coffee Is to be served in bed to Games and Parties t he school c aters towa:i;d s athletics No sm•ll numbet of the colleg., , we stoll celeb,.ate >L th e d ot mitory gir1' Thonkog iv ing S uppo" We Do Somet hfog E lse and n eg lecto oth e,- activitie" Stat!s• nd univeraitieo in the e"'tetn p •tt Thete ate ju" as m•ny ohances to morning. ------- - - - - -------------- Ci" k ' tics t h e s ame edition of thi• papmof the United Stat" ate beginning to Jond on a Rock of Plymouth today " The Wo".d'• B.,t B ook of Garn., •nd show football to be f"< bene· teali,e that the intet-collegi• te ath- thete evet have been. Lots of u• •te Matga"t Cain spent the week eqd ,Paomeo -------- L eat & M>shlet lki •l fi nancally than oth« actiritie . letic situation ·h as becom e acute a nd taking the a dvantage to do t his. at W aco, Neb raska, wi tJh her fri end AG HandbodokRof - -M-- Rodger s for example debating. Con ·aering are swinging over t o int1·a-mural ath- And, car rying the t h oug h t th r oug h a Helen K alt enborn. ames a n ecreat1onal et.hod t wo activi ties f th] t• letic" Theterm "iot>·a-mu" I" mean• bit futthet, it's a flne thing t o t • ke jI Snutb with , . . t o te m . compadsun , o ne o toan one a e ic .na· " within the wall•," ot confined to • dV>nt•ge of t he oppottunity tho" T hotpe, at · " Y' G<ogtapby T'aveJ : objective, let us consi<le< the limi" of one " boo!. In doing eatly folk g ave " ' to be a little he '' ptog teMing nicely. Bob Ha,,.;. 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P UBLIC OPINION ers hei·e wns low in one of his/ ~u r;- 1 HOMECOMING PROGRAM MRS. DUNNING READS DE~S Plans are being made for a Home1 jects. . f!e was obliged to drop out ! ' Pl!;\ns are well under way for the ( Continued from Pag e 2) Mrs. Dunning, Dean of Women of coming' program' to be given in t he foot.b all t eam won all g ames played 1and not play in that game. He d\d' gjving of a Homecoming .:irog-ram on Peru State Teachers College, was near future. This will be t h e best and annexed a state championshjp; I not complain, and even ask ed to drop, Thanksgiving night. All for mer stu- ~lected president of Deans of Women Tn the cou:se of the sam~ .year the football until he h ad ca ugh_t up in dents of the training school, pr.rents, and a&yisers of girls at a meeting of ever given by the high school, and all Per u d ebating teams part1c1pated in his work. Such instances . show t'.he 'and children ,are cordially invited to t h at onganization during the State fo1·mer st udents, friends, faculty, twelve ~eb~tes ar:d .won four. scholasti<: attitude of athletes. attend this program. As m a ny classes Teachet-s Con,vention. The meeting and present students are invited to At t his Jun::t ure it is well ~o. ~·e- 1 . Both <?r~eks and 'Romans h ad phy- as possible w ill be represented_. The was held in Ellen Smith Hall at Lln- come out and enjoy a good time. freshe.n th_e m md~ of. a ll who cnhcize s1cal. trammg. The Gr~ek education pr9grarp: , w\11 be excellent and also coin~· T.h.is .. roeeting ,:4; an annual af- Help t he training school celebrate its the athletic domination of ~~e Peru consisted of music and athletics. varied. Some of the t hing·s to be fai; -:fo; t h e Deans ana" Advisers of homecoming! ca~1pus, ,~Y repe~ting t~e text of this I Greece was leading th.e world in given are music, a play, ~;1d rec~p- women and girls t hroughout t he state. article by the1r fnilts ye shall sculpture, art, and mythology. Whe re tion. fo, fact a general ,good time ~<:::.=~<::>= kn-0w t hem." The achievemen t of h ave been better artists than Phidi- will be h ad. ' · · ' NEW BOOKS IN THE' LIBRARY 1 P~ru's a.thl_etic teams, the reputation, ,! as or Praxiteles, or a better bard than Continued from P age 2) ·:' ' / ~ · There is no Substitute the pr.estfge and honor they h.1ve Homer? As soon as Greece or Rome · • -: · · . h ~ brou•Tht t he s c h oo I f urm one o f ~h l ost mterest · · physical training t h ey c 1 b ' · f FOR ,.. c e rn for 't ' te h •: Safan (Afnca) -----------P" i ·RJo nson Af ' . · · HONESTY brightest p ages in her history. Ev- 1 declin ed in power. The a~cient ollum ia tts amo us i s ac ers Beyon~ t he Utmost urp e im ( 1-1 · . . fo . r Peru's Greek Olympics is still observed by ·. co ,ege, -e c. nca) -.----------------- Powe·, e, y "'xa 11 prom1smg m,itenal . . ". as a business policy ath!enc teams acc<•rnpany tho~e stu- • civilized n ation s in a modernized · Im not advocatmg t h.at athletics Sout h Amenca - ,.------ - -- Shanahan dents w ;w ..::-iroll fo: s~holastic tr ain- I form. . s~ould be done away with- no one Science ~ J. C. CHATELAIN ing and benefit, whicn aci.:ompanies ' When t he World War broke out, likes to see a g·ame of football bet- Chemistry of Common Things . Watc.h maker and .Jeweler our a t hle tic. expansion andde7elop- I the United States was astounded to ter than . myself. We ~eed that :ap- ---------- Brownless & others ment. Coach Graf and athletes . learn how m any of her supposedly peal, which only athletics can g!vc. The Human Body ·- ----- Clendening S sho,uld not be criticized bec ause of ! able-bodied men w-ere not physically · However, 1 feel that we sho uld g ive'. The Story of Drugs --------- Fuller School Upp l~S · ' their brilliant achievement which 1 fit. Why? Because so many men an .e~~al measure of suppor t to other ! Chemical W arfare __ Fries & West ~~ m&nifests their real merit. j have been forc ed to i occupations activi ties. There must be t hat ~P - 1 Master Minds in Medicine_Hemmeter The Wl"iter u rges Mr. Chat~lain to I which do not require muscular ener- peal, equally strong, for those m - Chemistry i n t he World's Work +~ · t erms o f gy. Th is · is · an m · e v1.ta bl e resu 1t of th e terested in other things. · H owe ev alua...,. every tb·in 6a 1n ------------------------achievement, merit, and emi nence be- ! ind u~tri al age in which we Jive. PhyW ith this in mind try to see the Chats on Scie nce ----------- Slosson fo re assaul ting it, and to direct his -Sica! training, of w hich athletics is a true meaning of my article in last Medical Asp ects of Chemical Warfare effor ts toward placing activities, that result, is t he on ly possible r einedy. . week's issue. ! ----------------------- Veddar occupy his t ime a nd interest on such _ German y, by militar y discirline, ' Ralph Chatelain . History a .p la11e that tp.ey will attain the pre- h a d. devel9ped h er m en_ physi·cally On the T rail of the Russian F amine ce!].ent set by Coach Graf and his u ntil some of them were almost p er- i "We'. the Exec.utive Co~m1ttee of ., ----- ----- Golder & Hutchinson proteges; doing this he may expect · feet. When t he war ended, was she the Peru Dramatic Club wish to make Tl R . R M 1 . · · · t h e f oIIowwg o1e u ssian avor t he cooper ation of t he "powers that f o r ce d to g ive up h er military tram· s t a t emen t : Ch' N t' evo . ution E 1 ____ ti · i ma, a a ion in vo u on be" in his efforts and commensurate mg for Y?ut h? No; . on the co.nt rary, 1 There are and always will be dif---------------------- Monroe . 1 r ewa1·ds from the student body and she has mcreased it. Athletics are f erences and variations in opinions. A H' t f th F E t · M d :b · . is ory o e ar as m o ern facul ty for such efforts. · ecormng more and . more ,prominent . The Dramatic Club c an not and does I Times ---------- --- --- Vinacke FINE PORTRAITS Leslie Leonard. m Germany all the time. ] not attempt to dictate to its own : 1· · · tt · · b h t · · th h 11 ' Fiction .---'uusso 1111 rs a emptmg to agam mem ers w a opin10ns ey s a . . FRAMES In following up Mr. Leonard's ar- 1make Rome t he ruler of the world. ; hav·e . There is no reason why A Lantern m Her Hand --- - Aldrich ti.cle, we h ave made a general survey One o f the first things he is doing is ' their individual opinions should b e Yell ow Gentians and Blue ·---- Gale PHOTO FINISHING -0f the college r ank in athletics and'i to build up t h e bodies of Italian 1claimed as ~epresentative of the club. Swan Song ------------ Galswo~·thy CAMERAS enrollmetJ.t of P eru and have found ; you,ng men by athletics. Unless actng in official capacity un- The Age of Reason --- -- ----- Glbbs ALBUMS these statistics t o be f 8'cts. l A t h letics teaches leadership, for 8 der direction from the club they ~re Miscellaneous As fo r debating the college spent l p erson who has served as a leader citizens of t he school at large. Your Money's Worth __ Ch ase-Schlink $250 on these teams, and Mr. L eon- 1 always makes a better one if he has Because th~re are individual diff- Fabrics and How to Know Them arcl s hows their record for the season. served under anoth er leader. As a ferences, there h~ to be a multiplic______________ ___ .:. ___ __ Denny Of the four deb ates stag·ed at Peru : r es ult , there ar e m an y former Peru ity of or ganizations of differen t b pes Table Service and Decor ation - Gunn they ~etted a sum of seventy cents; athletes . who ar e superintendents of to s atisfy the iri't er·ests of the people; The Hows and Why of ? ooking PERU pe1· mght. Wesley an p layed football schools rn Nebraska, Colorado, Wyo- therefore, athletics, uramatic clu b s, 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Halhda y & Noble PHONE 56 ~ wit h P eru: 5560. w ere tak en in as g ate 1ming , Iowa, Kansas, Missouri., and literary societies, fraternities, e ts., all, Possible Worlds - ------ - - - Hald ane i·cceipts 1Y,1~i(ie of th e budg ets. Com- J oth-er states where P eru's scholastic h ave their p laces on the campus. ; P org y - - ------ Heywa rd & Heyward i ""'-=~"""= p are this $560 with 70 cents. The trip j record is known. There should not be wrangling b e- [ The Intelligent Woman's Guide t\• Su- ! ~=""'=~ to St. Louis netted he team enough ~ In conclusion, let m e ask a ques- · tween them but cooperation and that . cialism and Capitalism --- Shaw I '-=><:::>-~~~~~= ~ m o ney to stag e th e homecoming in \ tion. · Why are we thrilled to see a · for t he best inter~sts of the school. Old .Fait h anrl New Kpowle~~e ~ CLARY'S CAFE 1 Peru , and to see the Chadron game, good game? Why do we cheer our As an ex·ecutive body of the club, --------------+------- -.nowden ' ~ ES a nd . then son:e was l~ft ~ver. Acco:- . a;thletes? Why does the college gi~·e · this council ~nows th.ere ~as n ever Nutr.itional P hysiolog y .- ~---- Stiles ! MEALS, LUN~~ ' d i ng- to recerpts, which is the pu,bhc . them letter~ ? Just because of their . been any action or discussion made Art m Home and ~l~th1n~ . . I SHORT ORDERS ~ demanding ? good a.thlet1c record? No, fellow stu- as to the affairs of any of the organ_:. ______ __ Trilling & W illiams 2 doors south of Post Office O --~n ·19-~8 there .was an ~nrollment o(. den ts, but because we want the~ .to / izations or department;; of the schb?L/ Lau g·hter and rH ealth ------- - W alsh -~...,·~c:'=>""-~A·'-=""-=~="'>=

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fo r .. fo r "DERE FOWKS" father and s on banquet t he other THE OMAHA GAME b ack for Casebeer ; S autter fo r Hurst; TRAINING SCHOOL 1' nite. I couldnt begin to tell y o u an (Continued from Page 1.) Matth ews for H offm an ; Simpkins for I , 'DIDOES" j D EAREST F OLKES: we had to eat, but we sure h ad a lot. went wide. Score: Peru 6, Omaha 0. fellow t ried to see who Delzell ; Grass fo r Riggins; Zook fo r th I d ,The scoring for the first half ·ended R ailsback; Shaffner for Krejci; MaSay I m in a heck of a fix. You an ano er with the "human 't ank," "Swede" ]Ors · f or H ert.z; wi 11·iams fo r SimpTh e Bo bk"1ttens p Ia_y . Auburn h igh know som e ?ody wrote somet~ng in could eat t h;e most · I eat t he most Hertz, g oing over from the 8-ya rd kins; Her tz for Grass; McConnaugl1ey school here Thanksg1vm g day. Let!' the P ed agogian about athelectics and but I wished afterwards that 1 hadnt line whe re Krejci's beautiful broken for Matthews; Brunsdon fo r Toft; us help ~hem out on this final gRme it sure did stirr the fellows up. E_s;.)of. fi eld run had advanced the ball. Roth ert.,_ for GPike. f Omaha: ery . b od-y asks me if • down B' h Hewlett of the season. , im .for it or /1 Well my room.mates going f or B aroer; eorge or oe J.er ; F ra- , . .. . ,- - a.g·amst it a n<l I don t know what to Ill 1 t hi· m t ake th1"s k Krejci ran bac m antici_ption of ley for Threadg ill. , The hig h school football ban q u et say. I wan t to do like you said and j t own s~ I . guess 1 e completing another of his thrilling will be given Friday evening in t h e I try to m ake friends with everyone and mail it so so ofngLo . p asses, but finding no one open to reASK ME ANOTHER'. d"mmng · room o f t h e h ome economics 1b ut I d on t k n ow h ow Im go mg · to do · Loads 0 ve, Johnie ceive it~ he tucked the apple under One of our professors has evident- department. I it. If I tell t he ones that are against his arm. started a round his own rig h t ly been quite troubled in mind over j i t t h at I a m to why th~ .other fellows . · . - --e nd, reversed his field stiff-armed just how to cert ain phenomen a. j Saturday e vening, November 17 I w ont like me and if i tell the fellows t hree me n and ran to eleven y ard least, her e l S wh at Mr . Geor ge w. ' t h e sophomor e class of the re fo r it to why the fellows : linebefore being hauled down. It just 1 ro~n. gave u s t he other day as a school held a p a r ty in the high I t h at are against it wont lik e me, so !! ~ r; took Hehtz two · tries at the ! line t o of a p uz:i;Ie. He school assembly. Thanksgiving day ! I dont know whether I m for it or W ED., THURS., DEC. 28-29 net the touchdowrr. c i~p·e it. fro~ anot er p ap er, and games were played. Of course the I agai nst it. I gues III just tell t hem MARION DAVIES IN The second . half is 1 that w{II go passing it odn to you.. . r efreshments were also of t he thanks- : t h at I ha vent h eard any t hing about ri' . h e cross-wor puzzle 1s an m- . · t I ·t th I t h b f · h ; d own m t e annals of football histo- t . I I b . giving ype. 11 ens1ve y rectang u ar ut essentially I' SJl "de . e n w on ave to e or e1t er G I 1 H ' leap y e ar ry. The Bobcats, with Her tz heading h t . ir s. ere s your · · e erogeneous concatenation of dis· . s h tt M at he att ack, r an, plunged, p assed a nd similar verbal synonimic · similitudes The st udents of t he Training School ' S ay do Y?U know a bout it I picture. ee . ow pre . y intercept ed p asses to score four r eplete "th . t 1 . h"b"t• • are and have been enjoying the New got a n A m E nglish the other d ay. I rion rounds '-em up; p len ty of · wi ·m ·e rna m 1 i ions y et j t h" k •t A I h h R mbe Thur s .t: t ouc hd owns. When end runs failed promulgating extensive ratiocin~tion York Sy mphony Orchestra under the m l w as ~n . co·u Jdn t ha rdly laug s ere. eme r - II for a time, "Swede" hit the line for and meticulously designed to promote direction of Walter D amrosch. This t ell w hether it was an A or A C. d ay night is first downs. Then, to give. the fans fulminative vituperation, dispel hebe- orchest r a broadcasts over the chain I y know. t hey look an. awful lot CHINA NIGHT , a thriJI and v ary their attack a little, and develop speculativ·e s tations especially for schools. The ! a hke t h a t 1s when . t he A is n.ot q niet See a good show and get a ' Krejci would step b ack and toss a contemplativ·e, ·introspect ive, ;programs serve to instil t he appreci- j closed . I afraid to the p iece of chin a for that hop e f; p ass. Two of his flips netted touch- ative and cog itative fa culties. ation of good music into the students. j er for s he might. chartge 1t 01· call it 21 ch·est. d·owns. j Both the junior and senior high i . a C o r som ething. I m p u rty su re The third qua rter saw the invadschools have been hear ing these p ro- 1t was an A t ho. FRI., SAT., NOV . 30, DEC. 1 ing kitties march down the field to ' / ! grams, which nave been made poss- Oh Boy I sure had a g ood f eed at COLLEEN MOORE IN 1 t h e 17-yard m arker, receive two 15ALUMNI NOTES ;ible by t he installation of a new Kolyard p en alties, a nd st ill score t heir ' lster 7, all-electric. . ~ U, Q count er. The head linesman s aid it A E J h ; ~ Yo u hav en' t seen a nything a t 0 nson, D. D. was th1.rd and ~~~~~ • • '{.I:· . t h"1S It; Ii . 26, so B"1!5 J ~e procee d Glen Joder is I attending t he State =. ~~~ ~~ ~- ..__,.._ U a II un t"l 1 you see c o11een m ed to make 1t b ack; his flip to Case- College of Medicine at Omah a. DR. N. S. HARAJI AN . la t e, laughable release. She· is beer w as good fo r 22 yards and then 1 • ___ '! DENTIST ~ Phone 36 ( a t her best in t his one. Also

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T wo new teache rs h ave been add ~d to t he college faculty. Thei r work \JU commenced Mo nd a~ mo rnin g. ing rooms, over the e ngine r ooms, Miss Ru t h Ahlberg is t o be t he new GAME IS HARD FOUGHT BICFORD HAS SOLO P ART W e dn esd a y mo rnin g, a nd bu t for the LARGE CROWD PRESENT co lleg e nurse. Miss Ahlb er g is well promp t a rriv a l of the t own fire de• p rep are d f or · the position , h aving h ad The N . I. . A. A. conference charr\T he Peru G le e Clu b st arted t h ei r par tme nt, w ould w it h ou t doubt have The Everett Literary Society pre- exp erience as a teacher and practice pion Bobc ats had litti-e trouble in disShe comes to· the posing of T arkio and droppin g the 1sented three one-act plays in the col- as a t r ain ed nurse. annua l "Peru singers" T o u r l ast F r i- h a d s erio u s r esul ts. S d D b s chool hig hly recom mended. curtain on the 1928 season wi t h a win day _evening w he n t h ey m o tored to I t s eems t h at in t he fin ishing room, ieg e auditorium, atur ay, ecem er h h d h on Turkey d ay when the y down ed the Au bur n and g a v e a pro g r am at t h e . . . . 1. A large crowd attended. Miss Ahlberg as a t ree yea rs h , h ,, w h ere the p am t m g and 01img are of college work a t V a lp ar aiso Uni- Missouri ans 18 to 0 on t e ' 5 ow me Boy's Conference. A bo ut two b unThe prog r am was given m order h 1 d' 'd d o n e, a nd w here the n ain ts and chem- 1 h h . t f d t versity. She -is also a g r aduate of t e squa s own g n . dred fifty b oys from a ll over the state t at t e soc1e y m ay secure un s o Illinois Training School for Nurses ; T arkio w in.ning the toss chose to were in atte nd an ce. ic a ls f or wood finishin g are stored, p a y for o_ ages in the Per uvian , and B h k' k d this t r aining school is ranked as one defend the north g oal. unc 1c e Mr. Benfor d was fi rst c a lled u p o n a qu a n t it y of benzene used for this other expenses of the society. of t he g r eatest nurse's t rain in g insti- off to t he T a rkio 30-yard line whe r e t o demo n st rat e h is ability o n t h e 12i - w ork h a d b een spill ed on Tuesday. The p lays were: "The Man in t he t u t ion.s in th e Uni ted States. Besides Ta r ki o fumbl es a nd P eru's " Hu man nno, t h e r e quest was for T ur key in On this fl o o r t h en, a m at ch h ad in Bowler Hat," "The Upper Crust" t his Miss Ahlber g h as b een practicin g T rackt or" recov e rs. P eru's b a ll. t he Straw"; as a n en core he p l a y e d s om e u naccoun table manne r been al- a nd "Wisdom Teeth." E ach play w as in Om ah a, a nd h as ta u g ht at various P eru star ted out wi t h the, b all on a his own number, "Mar ch of t h e 1 ! ~ w e d t o fa ll. While i_n th ~ ro om at well acted and directed. schools. p owerfull line sm as hing d r iv e, with W ood e n Dolls." h is w ork W e dn esd a y morning abou t I Ben Groot hius w as business m an a New Coach is All-Kansas Sta r " Swed e," Zo ok, a nd K rej ci. m akin g T he Glee C lub , un d er t he direc tio n e l ev en o 'cloc k, L ela nd P arriott, son g er of t he progr am, and Elmer H e r E rnest L orb eer comes to t ake t he long gains. They c arr ied it to t he of Pro f . Benfo r d, t hen presented t h eir of Sheri ff L ee P arr iot t of Auburn, t el was Advertisin g m an ag er . , p lac e of "J immy" L ovel·e ss wh o r e- Tarkio 5-y ard line, w here t hey were p r ogram as follows : a c c i de n t a ll y stepped on the matc h, The Fi rst play was directed b y L es- cen tl y p assed away. Mr. L orbeer is held for downs. Ve neti an Love Song - -- - -- - - Nev in . ignitin g it, and t he t_rou.bie ':as on . lie Carrie; the second by Ma donn a a graduate of t he K a ns as St ate T e achA punting du e l foll owed between . · Mori· a rty. ers Colleg e at H ay es K a nsas. Wh en zoo k a n d G I ·een a nd occ up1'ed the i·e Her R ose - - ------ - - -- - - -- -- C oom bs '1S o much .of t h e m ateri a l m, t his h room h 1Brady; and t hird b y F ranc1s Li t t l e P e e -weet - ---- - - P etr ie-P ar k s ; i s o f a n m fl a.r:imabie n ature, t at t e I T he casts we re as fo llows : at Hayes he p la y·ed end on t h e col- ' mai n der of the fi rs t qua r ter . a n cl a C01or S o n g - --- - ---- ----- - --I room w a s q m ckly a sh eet of fl a_:ne. / . lege foo tb all t eam forw ard in b as- big sh a re of t he s econd, until Zook . a b a n. t on solo ': I t was b eyon d the 'ability The Man m the Bowler Ha t 1 ' • Th e seco nd num b er is · . of the colketb all , and also particip ated m b ase- get~ o ff a b ea ut·'f 1 u I 65 -y~1,·d pun t w i th chorus . The solo part was tak- \ le g e e m p loyees to cope wit h, and t he : J ohn - -- ------- ------ - -- Dean Gi a~s b all and t r ack. He w as select ed as J which w as d owned on T a rkio s 4-yard e n b y Loui s Bick ford . ; fir e depar t me nt w as called. The ; Mar y -- - ---- -- -- - --- - -- F ay Mastm I all-state end in fo otb all and fo r ward ' lin e. The T arkio p unter was fo r ced T he Glee Club co nsi· ts of t he fol- j wo rk _of t he fir~ boys was p:·omp t and !He ro ---- -- ------- - - R ussel Sh ae~er b as ketb all. He was also p laced as l t o kick from b e h.~nd his own g oa l lo w i ng : effective, and rn a few minu t es th e 1 B~d _Man --- - - - ----- - Ben Grooth1_us . a m emb er of t h e Kans as all-time line. Kr ejci snatc hes t he p u nts and First Teno r s: P a ul Collins, D on bl aze w as u n der con t r ol, and t he :Vill ain - - - -- - - ---- -- - W alter W eise r eturn ing w ith g oo d i nLerfer a nce Duryea, Fl oyd Lewis , William Okr e nt, build ing _saved. . / P ro p er t y Mg r. -- --- - Mildre d W e nzl e~.ri n g· t he s u mme rs Mr. Lor beer J scores a touchd own. 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P er u 6, Tarkio 0. Tarkio's Punt Blocked Tarkio elected to recei ve Captain · ' Bunch gets off a short kick, a nd Ta rk1' o r et urns t o ti1e11 .. 35 Y•a 1·d s l"m e. H e1·t z ta c k le d h. lm. ' Aft er. sev e ra I "" tt emp t s a t th e p eru l"me G reen d roped back and punted to Zook, who let t he ball roll dea d. An other punting du el fo llowed wi t h the rseul that T a r kio is again for ced to punt from behind the goal line. The punt was blocked a nd recovered by Peru on the T arkio 1-yard line. H ertz hits (Continued on Page 4) ,

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LIN:DSAY, BROWN O·RCANIZE TEAMS

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Fre~erick, who -:as apprentices to t he Pirates a.s a child, has g rown up, i n t h e Neb rask a Confe r ence it is one ha vin g never seen the face of any State Normal Cash F unds Are to 'Be of g e n eral in te r est, and a study of it IY. W. and Y. M. Hold Joint Meeting . woma n, except Ruth, who was his '. Had no Effect on N. I. A. A.-So :' Secure d by Bo nds for $15,000 r eve a ls i nform atio n of infinit e practi- I - C. C. A. Guests Coaches Agree to Call off 1nurse when a baby. Finding hiMself c a l va lue . almost bethrothed to Ruth on t'he d ay The s tate normal b oard a t a m eetT h e ques t lon fo r this season is: ReTh~ Y.. W . and. Y. M. held a j.oint ' when his indentures are over, he is The information is given out at t h e ing held a t W a yne decid ed to r equ i r e sol ved , t h at pra ctice of t r i al by jury 'I meet m g 1.n the hi g h school audi tor- confronted by the dau g h ters of Gen- colleg e that the foo t b all game with · a .,u c b· Wednesd a y evening · . They inpresidents of the fo u r state n orm al ,I s 11 o u 11 c b e a b o 1·is h e d ·,, It is Jee t , ium . . . · er a 1 St an Iey, w h o, as th e G enera l 'I W ayne Teachers College, which was .· . . \ of co n tention amon g lea din g jurists ! vited the C. C: A. to p artici pate rn ' sa ys, "All of whom ar e beauties." scho ols to g ive bon d m tne sum of . f h t' Th the meetin g Don a Jone Delzell h ad . m ever y p ar t o t e na 10n. e · I The plot, t hen, has la r g ely to d o wi. t h to h ave been pl ayed about th1 ee 01 $15,000 e ach. for t.he pro t e c t10n of j u ry h as bee n t he strong hold of civil j ch ar ge of ~he devotio~ a~s . ' t he wo rkin g out of th e love affairs of f~ur weeks ago, h as. now been en state funds m then· h a n ds. Sta te a nd i ndi v idu al libe r ty for the c it ize n- , A splendid Thanksgivmg progr am I these two youn g people, and here tirely c ancelled.. This w as to h av e Superi n tendent Tyler at a p r e vious ry of every civilized n ation ever since h ad been arran ged and w as presented j again we find that "The course of been W ayne's homecomin g gam e, but . g of t he tenth- c e ntui·y · The pi·er og·ati've J bv t he . three organizations. It 1.ue Iove never 1.uns smoo th! y. " . storm . meetin g proposed t h e b o nd m · the big which sw ept acr oss the of b e in g t r ie d by a gro up of his 1elThe first number was a qu artet se- 1 T he m usic and di a' og are brioht . . presiden ts of the n ormals. The m at· . . 1 t' Th t t d ' ' state at t hat time left the W ayn e . low country m en; a nd prese nt rn g his ec io n. e quar e w as comp ose and sn app y. Gilb er t, a lawye r ·111h o ter was r eferred to a com m ittee of c ase to them fo r consid eratio n and de- of Ja mes Delzell, Bernard Ga loway, never earn ed ov er $ 300 per year at field with about four inches of mud, which Th om as H a mer of K earney cision h as been r egard ed _a s one of Don ald Durye a, a i;id Raymo n~ Tren - 1t he b ar , made a mistake ·in putting on top of which . t h ere was ano the r was m a.de chairm a n. He was un a ble the most signal · chi<!\ en1 ents of th e holm. They were accomp am ed by out a g·ood show. And. Sir Ar thur fo ur inches of snow. W ayne at th at _to attend t he m e e t ing a.t W ay n e but En g lish. peop le i n t h e l ast t en cen- R alph Ch atel a in. June Bric kle fa v- ',· Sulliva~. who by the w ay, was time as ked to h ave the g am e p ost turi es . ored with a voc al solo. She w as ac- kni ghted by the Kin g of England, beub mitl.ed a wri tten repo r t of t h e . d b R h Sh 11 pon·ed till t he first week in Decembe11 E ssenti a lly the jury sy stem is a r e- comp am e Y ut e Y· cause h e w as a ble to m ake the En gcommittee s i g ned by h imself, also s uit of th e d emand .of the "Common Talks were then g iv-e n by Miss lish p eople laug h at themselves, is This w as pretty late in the season foi Pr esident W. R. P a te of P e ru., a nd l Cl asses" fo r e q u a li t y befor e the Jaw, Church and Mr . Norwood. Miss well k nown to everv<· ne. We g u.ar - a foo t b all game in t his latitude, so Presid ent u. s. Conn of Way n e. and symbo li zes t h e a t temp t of gov- Church sp oke on t h e Th anksg·ivin g antee t hat if yo u h ear t his sh ow you fe a rin g a nother stor m and a big ex Tile repor t a d y ise d t h e bonding of , ern me nt to ful fi ll th a t re q uest. ~f tod ay. She c?rr : c ted t h e err~ti c will "Gcog nize so:ue of the t unes. pense, Wayne recently asked t h at t he p reside n ts in the s um of $10,000, b ut Nevertheless r ecent years h ave idea t h at ou r Pil g rim f~t~ers w er e The choruses a re. as follows : . game for this y ear be c ancell ed. Th e doub t e d th e p r ac tic a bili t y of t h e b rourrht fort h wide-sp r ead crit icism t he found er s of Th a n ks g1v111 g . She Dau ghters of MaJOr-Gener al St an- Peru aut horities believed t h at t hi s whole proposi.f;;ic5n in a ietter accom- i 11 th~ United States a g a in.s t t he un- poi nted out th.at a d ay h ad been set Jey: Dori.s E rickson, Ma rg aret M'.lj0 rs, paning - the report. After c~nsi der- 1 certainty a n d fa ll acy of justice d is- s~ de for Tha~ ~s~·i vin~ in Bib~ic al Virgiui a Milstead, Lorine N ort"n, course wo uld be for the best, so ac;ible d iscussion the board d ec ide d to pen s ed by j u r ies. The purp ose of t he t imes. ~he Pil g r~m ~ b1 oug ht t he id ea Dor othy Wuster, . Ma rgaret · ~ a in, ceded to the request, and the game bond presid ents in the s u m of $ 15,000, debate squ a ds in Neb ras k a colleges to Amenca and 1t 1s from t hem t h a_t Ma r~,aret Eng le kem1e~, Ett; n. Wi lson, w as c all ed off entirely. W ayne will the b oard t o p ay t he p rem ium o n is to b r in g t o c a ndid ates for these we g et our conception of t he d ay. Luc1 Le Hu gh es, Fl? rm e Elh ott,_ : d<J. come to Peru next year for the g ame such b onds from board f unds. Th e s qu a d s, a nd t h e public a go odl y Mr. Norwoo d spoke on the sp ir it of Shrep e l, Esther D1cker:0n, L,u:1lle between the two schools, just t he same matter of bonding presid ents of n or- a m o unt of facts an d m ate ri a l .Lo fa- mode rn Thanksgiving , and comp ar ed Newcomer, Averyl G ame~, "b dnh a as if the teams h ad pl a yed at Wayne ma! s chools w as called to t h e b oard's c ilit a t e f a m il i a r ity w it h t h e q uestion i•t with the Tha nksg iving of yester- Prokes, MH y Gray, .Jc.sephi.'.1: McCoibis y ear. atten tion when n.orma l funds we r e a nd enabl e a ll who c a re to study the d a y. He ma de us fe el th at we all m as. Per u a nd W ayne co ac h es a lso seet' d . b the f ailina of a n a t ion a l fac ts . t o d eter m ine their position con- h a ve many t hings t o be th anksful foT, The Pirates of Penzance: W alt er te up y :.io • • J 1 h h . d l 1· .t W R I h Ch t I . ' sa R ector, ing· th at t he game would h a ve no bank ~t Kearne y. cernin g the nulificati on of .Jury t nal. t ou g w e ~ not a w a ys r ea 1ze 1 ·. eese, a p a e am, ~1. direct bearin g on the resul ts in the . t d t·wo Per u's squad w ill fun ctio n a long \ The concludmg number on the pro·Cedr ic Crink, Lowell Sproul, Vernon d h 'Fhe board furt er es1gna e · · 1 · p Th ea d ore R oe h r k·asse, E 'a r I N. I. A. A. conference re garded t he th Se lines and t h e val ue of p ar t1c1- g r a m was a pia no solo by rofesso r Peggie, banks at Cha dron, t w o a t K earn e e ' , . (C · d p 4) game as being unecessary. . d p ) (Con t inued o n P age 4) Benfo1 d. ontmue on age · (Con t mue on age 4 . .

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" They . interpol ated Very · seldom was t h e ba!l ever h an~- / with u s as a m ember of the fac ulty. =<::::::.=<::::::.=~= <:::>=-<::::..=-<:::>= tri c ky rh yth ms m to their numbers. ed to "S wede" that he di dn't carry 1t Miss Clark's limb , t h ou g h im p r ovThey w ere n ot aiming t o take the for at least five y ar ds. Many times ing r ather slowly , has g ained m uc h place h eld by anyone else. 'There is he ca rried t h e b a ll thru t h e complete . C ap ta in D aris Bunch, All-state cen-, pl•en ty of r oom for us all,' s ays Fred line, only t o be st opped af ter he had , ter for two se asons and p ossib le a strength. ·w a ring. ' We don't want to u surp car r ied t he b a ll twen ty-five or thirty ., t hir d . Bunch hold~ down the center a.n oth er's p lace in the public's affec- yards. Ma ny of P~ru's t~1uch downs p osition with skilled and d etermi ned twn. We war.J.t t o be ourselves, to be were m ade w h en Swede p lowed , for ce. He only weig h s 206 p ounds in~i yidu_al, and to c re~te something t h r ou g h . t~e line ~or eig ht, ten, or ! so you can judg e h ow easy it is to 1 umque in d ance b ands. fift een y a1fts. L ets all h op e that move him from his tracks. Bunch " W aring"s b ecame heroes t o the " Swed e" is as ioµcce~sful a~ coachi n g is a g reat defensiv e and offensive p ublic. They were all so young , so · as he h as been dunng his _college j player. His accurate p assing has good look ing. And t h ey were so fo otball car eer. , been a gread aid t o the b ackfi eld . clean in the w ay they lived. Fred j On t he d efense it h as r arely been FINE PORTRAITS War ing n ever allowed dissipatio n in J AMES D ELZE LL i know for an opponent's p lays to p ass his p ersonne l; no 'college drunks' ar e / t h rou gh t his t erritory. Many t im es Q FRAIVIES tolerated. His boys are r egular in Bunch ' cr awls t h rou gh th e line t o th eir h abits, a nd interested in t heir smear a p lay b efor e it reaches t h e ~ PHOTO F I N I SHING work, but there is no t hing of the line of scrimmage. j ·CAMERAS g·oody-goody in them. It h as been many y ears s ince Miss ALBUMS Rumors of their g reatness drifted LOGAN SIMPKINS Clark h as been forced to take time ab ro ad . P a r is accep ted Fred as h er Simpkins, guard, 161 p ou nd s. from school bec ause of illness a nd d arling and r eg retted w h en he took "Simp" was a little small t o be p lay - ever y hope is t h at s h e will b e b a c k ~ his b and for a t our of exclusive E ur oing g u ar d , but accompanied t h e t eam wit h h er classes after C hrist mas. pean r esor ts, which n ette d t h em ov er < as a su bstit u te; when h is cha n ce Man y of h er p recio us h ours are b e ~ one hundred t h ousand d ollars. They would come h e was a b rave lit t le ing spent re ading letters sent to h er 0 ~ can n ow g rin at the m em ory of their '.'Jimmie" lost out 011 ~ Jot of fun fig_h~er and ~lw.ays _h ad ~ t r ue Bob c at b y st uden ts, n ew and old, frie nds and 'J~ .PHON E 56 PERU ~ e~-college, p r ofessors' ~lo~my p r edic- tl~1s year , t his figh ting Bobcat inj u r ed s~mt. T his 1.s S1mpkrns l ast year r elatives. Th e P edago g i a n sta ff si n t1ons an d say to them, Well, we mad e h 1s a nk le in the e arl~' p art of t he sea- · w it h P er u, h aving played four years ce~ely h ope that Sa n ta Claus will b e g ood, didn't we?' " Is on a nd h as b een laid -up m ost of t h e ~vith Graf ' champions. Simpkins good to h er and b r i n g h er p len.ty of =<0-~=~-<:::::>=<:::>=-<::::::.= season. "Jimmie" h as played four alt~ough he h as neve~ h a_d v_ery m u ch st rength fo r Christmas. =~°"-....Y=<:::::..= <0-=~~ EARNING AND LEA RNING yea rs w it h t h e college team, and d ur- acti ve fo otb all expene~ce m colleg e You'll not b e dissappointed ~ As it s sixth term b egins Common - ing t h at t ime h as m ad e an exceotion - k nows t h e g ame, and will m ak e some- OMAHA F OOTBALL ·MAN KILLE D ) i f y ou g·et y o ur hair c ut at w ealt h College h a.s m odi fied its con - j a lly fi n e r ecord for h imself .as a hig h school a real footba ll coach next F our of t he Omah a Univer si t i es I) BOB KNAPP stit u t ion to p ermit student p articipa- 1tac k le. While "Jimmie" only w eig h s year. fo ob all men were injure d , o ne fato ll y, ( ~ tion in school governmen t. All t hird a 176 p ounds, h e h as t hose steel Sat urday night, Novemb er 24, w h en a ~ ( N e x t to G a ines Hall 0 0 the year .st~dents ar en ow tak en into t h e I m~sc l es t h at has en abled h im to G AME WAS CANCELLED. ca r d r iven by Alde n Johns on, fresh- f P a vemen t.) assoc1at10n which owns and con trols bi eak up m an y o f t h e oppon'en ts A t t he last mi nute Th u r sd ay aft er- m an was str uck by a g ro ce r y t ru ck. ~=~~<=>=~""-= this uniqu e ins titut ion in t h e Ark an- p lays back of the line of scrimmag e. n oon th e P eru-Aub urn footb all gam e Gilb e r t Edwards, s t ar f u llb ack of =<:::>=<:::>=~~,e.._ sas h ills. At t h e presen t t ime t her e "J immie" can p lay either tackle or for Thanksg iving w as called of . Au - the Omaha t eam, r ec eived a fr acure d Q ---~ ar e as m any stu de nts as faculty guard with unequ a l ability . burn boys w ei:e h er e, and both th e skull and oth er injuries, from which Th ~ member s in this g ov erning body. .Auburn an d P eru boys were in t h ei r he di ed . Frank Thread gill r eceived ere is no Substitut e AMZIE G. R ASS sui ts, and on t h e field , w h en t h e su- cuts abou t the h ead and face, and Th ere a r e n o d eans or r egents to Amzie NESTY e,ct upon t h e recommend ation of t h e Grass, w hile no t always a perintendents of the two schools an- R ob ert St reitweiser's h ead w as c ut. st udents and teach ers. T h eJ r say is r egu lar , Amzie h as be~n a consisten t nounced t h at t h e team~ wo~ld n ot l R alp h Kah n r eceived a r m i njuries. J a s a b usiness polic ~ fin a l. A Ph. D., w h en h e h as complet- aid to the team by b eing one of t h e I p lay. 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her, you educated yourself. No p rofessor, no m att er how skilf ul and wise he m ay be, ca n give yo u a n educat ion. Educati on consists of ch an ges wrou g ht in you , not somethin g· th e fac ulty can c r am int o yo u. Th e fa cul ty w ill do its p art to h elp you, but even if you learn everythin g the f aculty asks you t o learn you ma y still be quite uneduc ated." Con t inui ng with the ar t icle: "Because Id aho's entire educ ational syste m, from g r ad e school t h rough college, ex cept t h e speci al courses in teach er trainin g, is under one boar d of control, Dr. Kell y f eels t he sit uat ion is ex cep tion ally favorabl e to d emonstrate the f e asibili t v of correlatin g high sch oo l a nd c~llege cour-

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colleg e a nd un iversity, be- , educ ati ~ n has reac ~ e d t he .point I h eves D r. Frederick J . Kell v. new where 1t must m a ke its expend it ures I president of t h e Universitv Ida ho. . more efficien t ly r at h er t h an in crease / " As D r . K ell y v iews it,- intelli g ent l1 the ir n umber. T he way to do t h is, ~riti c i sm of colle.g e educaton is t end- he beli-eves, is t~ _concentrate up on , m g to express itself in t hree ch al- fund amentals. eltmrnate a good deal ! lenges. First, h e says, it is charged of the overspecialization a nd ove rth at t h e coll eg e neg lects t he u nity dep artmentalization . W ith on ly h alf a of purpose and continu it y of m ateri- million p eop le the state c annot proals t h at sho uld exist b etween it and v ide money to bu il d a big u niv·e r sity , t he lower schools. Secondly, it is but the new president h as indi cated charg ed t h at coll eg e facu lt ies t hi nk his aim to t1-y" to build the r igh t kin d too m u ch fn t erms of su bjects r ather of a u nive rsity, r at her t h an on e of than in terms of students. Third ly, impressive propo rtions." and D r. Ke!ly re ga rd t his perh aps the most serious of the th r ee, is h ea r d ..n j t he charg e t h at t he colleges are usAMBUL ANCE AN D J ing too artifici al i ncenti v es to ac t n FUNERAL DIRE CT ORY . , ate student work and therefo re m ake.

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Claudia Sh adduck visited in Pe ru Alumni Pro minent in Building State J Thursday an d Friday. Schools F e rn Dunn, of F alls City, was in . h d P eru Ji'riday vi5it ing fri ends. She Peru is a p ow er - in t e e ucat1"onal field, not alone in Nebraska, attended school h er e l ast y·ear. but in the United States. Successful Miss Freda Kennedy '26 spent Per u t~achers are sc attered from Tha nksgiving in P e ru. Miss Ken nedy coast to coast, from Canada to the teaches in the second g r ade at the Gulf. Many of the men and women Capital School, Lincoln. . who ha~e made their mark as educa- / tion a l leaders have been g raduated Cl arence J on es, Superi ntendent of from Peru. It is t he purpose of this Tennant, Iow a, visited i n Peru las t column to keep t he college in touch week. Mr. Jones r eceived his de - wi t h t he activities of t hese people, gree fro m Pe ru in 1928. and to show wh a t c an b e d one wit h _ __ a certificate, d iploma, or deg ree from F rank J one5, ·princip al of the junior P er u.

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" N ow all t h e great Victorians • a r e d ead, ·t And · b etter so," a youthful en · 1c s a i'd · "Alth o th ey were esteemed in h . d t en own ay, T hey din n ot write or paint t he mode rn way. " T hey oversh adowed u s-we could not gr ow; B ut now they are all go ne, a nd better so!" T hat d ay I passed a _p lace I once h ad known,. / A wood w here giant forest tr ees h a d grown.

Brave t r ees th at reared t h eir hig h school a t Cambridge, Nebraska, The superintendent of schools at ' feath erer helmets high , was bac k in P eru visit ing durin g P asadena, Califlorni a, is an old PeruNORMAL BOARD BONDS T h at k~ew the secr ets of t he Thanksgiving v ac ation. vian . He is J ohn A Sexson, who was (Con tinued from P age 1) ear t h and sky; a st udent at P eru when J. W. Craband one at P er u as d ep ositor ie.s for "Bill" Ar mstrong, coach at Shubert, tree was president of t he college. Trees too discreet to tell t he the state cash ·f und in t hose p laces, r eports t h at his fo otb all team h ave Art hur J. Wickham, also a P er u mysteri·es and d irected . that · t h ese d epositories just fo und their stride as t he season graduate, ts a principal in t he ward give bond to protec.t the funds. T he ro ots and summits k new ends. Last week they won a g ame schools of Pasadena. Ther e is an ar lito every breeze ; Ther e were present at t his meeting : fro m Talmage 56 to; 6. . !cle in the Oct~ber issue of EducationW. R. P ate, P eru ; ~- I. Elliott, Cha T r ees I h ad often soug ht in . , . . i al Digest, written abou t the schools ' dr on ; G . .E . Ma r tin, Kearney; U . S. Miss Dorothy Dearm g 27 v1Sited 1 f p d / reverenc·e F . o asa ena. Conn, W ayn e; H. E . R eische, Cha1 F or th eir gray wisdom, t h eil old frie~ds on t?e campus last . ' _ ni J . A. J imerson. has a diploma and , dron, Col. T. J. Maj ors, P eru; Fred g reen r eticense. Berry, W ayne; a nd State Superin- day. Miss _Dea_nng teaches En gl_1~h degJ'>ee from P er u, an d is n ow super- I . tenden t Charles W . T aylor, Lincoln. and d ram atics . m t he Crof to n Hig h intendent of the Auburn schoolS7' 1 Young sap lings sm artly, strive School. Sh e likes h er work very Wit h him at Au burn are Frank L. to b e a wood! much. II Seivers, principal, and R alp:h B. HigTARKIO GAME The g i a n ts now are felled : gins coach both graduates of Peru. wh er e they once stood (Continued from P ag·e 1) Miss Mildred P ate spent her 1 M~rk Deizell, son of Dean Delzell, t he line twice for no gain, and then Than ksgi vine: v acation with home . . Cl C t N ~ is supermten den t at ay e n er, eZook slipped a r ound end a nd squeez- folks and old friends in· P eru. Miss b k· Mr . E n n is: " Why ar e yo u l ate to . C t • . d d t' r as a. fi ed over at t he rs t op emng. ap . 1 P ate teach es English a n r ama 1cs 1 The f ollowing n ames are t hose of class?" Bunch failed at try for point . .Score: in the David City hig·h school. S~e : a :flew· P er u graduates who have Brigh am : "Bec aus.e it w as la te Peru 12, T arkio 0. The ha lf _ende~. J r ecei ved h er deg ree from Per~ · m 1 helped in a lar ge w ay to make the when I left home." The second h alf started wi th Kmg· 11926. !schools of our state bigger and bet. .. " d 'd , "OU star t earD · k ' k" /ter. These men are all sup erinten- ·· E,,nms. Wh y 1 n t _, a n s 1c m g o ff . Th e b a II was I. . -.-.. . caug ht by a T~rkio . tackle who r an I P aul Tigard v'.s1ted fnend~ J_n P eru ' dents, and jud gin g from t he leng ths /ly? . . throug h t he ent1re P eru team excep t- 1an~ Au burn d~rmg Th ank~g1 vmg va- !of the terms they h ave each served Bng .: " Because 1t was too l a te to d o ing Hertz who_ downed hi~ on the 1· cation. P a_u l is m athema.ti_cs teacher 1in their respective positions, they are that." Peru 45-yard !me A punt ing duel and coach m t he Prag ue high sch ool. /,. d · . . 6 00 ones. contin ued until t he later p art of the He will return tl11s summer and get i M. C. Lefler has been ·a superin- 1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - t hird quar ter when Hert z, P eru fu ll- : his degr ee. I~endent at Lincoln eig ht years. school_s whose sup er inten den ts ar e back, bl'oke th r u T arkio's g uard and s. F . Row ley h as for fo ur yea rs , P eruvians w h o h ave hi red a large raced 25 y ards un touched for a touchPIRATES STAR IN OPERA . bee n superintendent at De Witt. / numbe r of t he g r ad uat es of their team.

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1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-10  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 9-10 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1928-1929 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-10  

1928-1929 newspaper issues 9-10 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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