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PERU, NEBRASKA, . T UE SDAY, NOVEM'B ER 4, 1930.

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HOM·ECOMING PROGRAM

Bobcats Are Mak ing Excellent .Record

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F or Present Seas1>n

IN~GHT RALLY TO II B·E G.ALLA EVENT P ep CLuh Invites Every-O'ne To Join In Night R?Uy

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Friday M.ARYV'.1LL E: The first ;;ame of the seaso n w as against the M<aryvill@H~arc.a.ts, a g ame fut! of clever playing, a·boundi.'lg in •brills, interesting t o observe. It was the first game on Peru's U!?'hted field, pla yed before 1800 e.nthnsfae tic fans an<l res ·~ ting i.n a victory of 18 to I) fvr the Bobcats. DOANE: The Bobcats went down to d-Eefent before the Doane Tigeirs October 4, .t he £core being 10 to O. :Peru's Head Coach Gifkeson l~ne did commendable work and. ther.e were flashes of excellent - playing now and ttlen throughout the entire g-ame b.ut .neither team showed ronsistent work. WESLEY AN: Though the teams seemed quite evenly matched nnd each waged a hard. bitter fight from -Dean Dunning Asks Girls to Rememthe first kickoff, Wesleyan took the ber Former Hostesses. lo.ng end of the 13 to 0 score in a game played on the Wesleyan field · Another year has gone and .another October 10. . I Homeomin~ is at hand, Our alumnae ST. BENEDICTS: October 24 w_ith I will drop their duties and responsibilthree regular players on the srdehne ; ities, return to the camp.us and be from injuries, the Bobcats drove the . ju.st college. girls again. greeting old fighting Irish lf'rom St. Benedic.ts to 1associates and renewing ties of love camp on thl'lir ow.n field. Every Cat and loyalty. was in his place at all times, full The gir.ls of Mt. Vernon and Eliza of t he old Peru. fighting spirit, which Morgan halls invite you to make your r esulted in a score of 28 to 8 in Pe- gathering place, _for rest and visiting ru's f,avor. your friends. in their-:;pacioqs parlors. WAYNE: The_ first conference If you ever lived in the dormitory, game of the year was played with come home.. There is always ·room Wayne o.n her own field October 31,, and welcome for friends. The old the final score being 7 to 7. walls w.i:ll fairly bulge .t o make a place for you. Our Annual "P. J." Alumni are asked to please not party will be ·held in the rec~eation forget the reception to be held in the room at nine -tlµrty o'clock Friday evfaculty room immediately after the ening and we wilil hold open house game. all day Saturday and Sunday.

ALUMNAE ASKED TO VISIT DORMS

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ners. 7:30 p. m. Pep Rally, Torchlight Parade. Saturday a. m. Class Reunions, Rc:gistration. 12:00 m. Kappa Delta Initiation, Lu'n<:hecn. 2:30 p. m. Dramatic Club Play. 5:30 p. m. Kappa Omicron Phi Dinner. 6:00 p. m. Various House Dinners. 8:00 p. m. Peru Bobcats v~. Chadron Eagles. 10:30 p. m. All-School Dance, Reception.

Homecoming rally, ami a la'rge atis expected. The gro.up w.ill congregate in the co·U.ege au.ditor ium,, WhE•re there will- be stunts j and yells. After the rally i.n the auditori um t here will be n torchlight Assistant Coach Lorbeer 1parade downtown. The torches will Ass.ista.nt Coach Ernest Lorbeer be f1Urnished by the efforts of the who re.nders · valuable services in freshma.r." boys. shaping t he· fighting_ aggregation . Anyone having a.n. extra 1~upply of know.n as the Peru Bobcats. tin ca•s .that they wish to l.ispose of, ~=~============~ please no.tify the fres hman boys about it and they will be glad to take care Oif the problem. T.he freshm an will meet in front ot the Manual Artii buildi.ng Th11rsday night.. Bri.ng all the tin ca.ns you can find, and be i prepared to convert these into torchEs. Homecoming Luncheon To Follow AH those declining this invitation are Initiation Ceremony reminded of the fact, that not all the paddies have been ·broken. Pro~·ptly at noon, Saturday, NoThe college band will accompany vember 8, 1930, in the demonstration the crowd on their torchlight parade Mrs. Pat Norwood Gives Talk V\'hich ~gh .:;c~oo~ • .a~ditorium, the form~! and wit.I do what it c.an .to enliven Is Well Taken by Members r1tua.hst1c 1mt1atory ceremony W1ll things. Alflter the crowd returns __'_ '. begin i.n connection with the induc- from town it wiH watch the fin al The regular meeting of Kappa Omi- 1 tion of the in-coming group of Ka- signal practice in a body. cron Phi was held in the Trainer's delpian neophytes. Extensive plans Arrangements are being made by are being carried out for the appro- the cheer leaders for a special cheerbuil<ling, Monday, October twentypriate decoration of the auditorium, ing section on the east si<le of the seventh. A shor.t business meeting as well as fo providing suitable equip- field att the game Saturday e·v eni.n g. was devo.ted to the making oJf plans ment. for the services. Every all11TIJ1us There .is also to be a novelty planned for attending of the biennial Natio.n- student and !Daculty Kadelpian is for the time between halves. This is al Conclave of the organizatiori, urged to be present at these cere- i.n charge of the director of women's which was held .in Excelsior Springs monies, .and su.ch members -may also athletics, Miss Davidson. during the State Teacher.'i; m.?eting. fe"'ei perfectly free to bring their inThe 1general rally and -:;he parade Plans were also perfected for the vited guests to the luncheon. a1,e under the direction of Mr. P a t first Homcoming d.jnn·e r, which is to TheJ'e are. twelve lowly neophytes Norwood, sponsor of the pep organibe .held Saturday evening, November .t o be inititaed, these c,onsisting of ten zation, and tl1e coNege cheel' leaders, eighth at five-thirty o'clock, in the students. and two faculty members ! Chester Korber, Wallace SL1gden, Continued On Page 'Three Continued On Page Three Continued On Page Three 1 t-e.ndance

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TO Come in and have us show you our stock of SCHOOL PINS and EMBLEMS. You should wear the OLD SCHOOL'S.. INSIG- . NIA. Come in and r enew acquaintances . .

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te nd the recep'.ion and cl m.ce 11e ld in you r hon or . Il ornecomi.ng is in ~ barge· o;f' t he sen iors and E imer Herte l is the chair-. man of t h e d·a nce comm itLee. Tl:e big gym will be appropr hte ly deco r c

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.HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED! Yo u must see the values t o believe t hat i t really . is p ossib le . P lenty of Blac ks, with Black F u r. Ot her s ju Green, Br owns, Tans, with a wide variety, of F u r s. SP ECJALL Y PRICED AT . $l5.00 A d .With Gold. Bond S tamps an d ed Saving .

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HEROES WHO HAVE RETURNED

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Mc SWAN T ackle- New surprise p ac k ag e, .Lightin g for all-state hon o rs.

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HOMECOMING RALI.;Y I., ing . of Predtle nt Ellen . WiJson, Continued From Page One Johnso.n; Vice Presiden.t Walter . Lou.ise Sondregger, _ and Evelyn l1 Wiese,. Benningt0J1; Secretary Wanna Brecht. Metca·llfl; Beatrice; Treasurer Clara Overturf, Edgar; Clay Coy, Farragut, 78-Phone-73 Peru, Nebraska Announcement W !lS also reqnested low.a; Eva Grover, Peru; Helen Kalto be made cg,ncerning the nbrupt tenborn, Waco; Char.Jes Pa·rks., Aubleaving of the !freshmen. If the Bob- urn; Genevieve Priefert, Reynolds; ~ cat is seen on the ;f ield, do.n't ru.n and Fern Schmidt, Humboldt. .;...""'...-...:::~-~-...;:::,.-..::~.,..c::::::,.-..o:;;::,.-~~-~-...;:::,,.....::~.... ~ X-ray Service home. That queer looking thlng- ji; Thes·e campus s.tudent, f acult y and Phon e 36 ~ a c age, and we sincerely hope, for other Kadelplans an .the campus ex- -~~~~~.....-<::.,,,..-"'~mgi~,.-..,.c.;:::,,.a....:;:...,...."""",.. Chadron's sake, he won't escape. te,nd a most cordial, fraternal ·inviCorne on, Old Peruvians, fall in tation to the more than one hundr~d --~---""........-"":::-...-<:::,,..-....C::::>-.....~-line of march where it seems to suit membe·r s now in the active teaching . .you bes.t; a.nd after tasting o:f: the pep field thro.ug.h out this and other states -""'...-9"'~--=~--~.-wc::'>"•1 ~nd spirit of the present bunch, pass to return on Homecomi.ng d-ay to re~ Save dep reciation and risk. judgement then whether or not the new old acquaintancee and make new. PLUMBING, HEATING ai;id ELECTRICAL WO~K ~ Store your car a t HALLEN"Spirit of Old Pe.ru" is \~aning since D"'<::::....~~~~~~ ~ · .::: ,.-~BECK'S and be safe. "ye olden times," or whether the KAPPA OMICRON PHI . · freshma n boys manifest any shortContinued From Page One HalJenbeck's Gara2'e comings due to lack of adequate train- dini.n.g room of the home economics 11-<::::::,..~~~~~~~- -"'·:>-·".::::. ... P h one- 67 ~ ! ing. - department. T·he business meeting wa followed BETTER HARDWARE . KAPPA DELTA PI by a program hour in 'which the \ ~=~~~ · =~========~~=~ Continued From Page One group was entertained by listening ~ from the department of education. to the lflra.ternity songs composed! by GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS V COAL I They are as follows: Nellie Carr, the .new memebrs; Missses Genevjeve • RUGS and I;"URNITURE · ! Dodge; Sadie Crink,_ Washington; Fisher, Wanna Metcalf, and Virginia p AINT ~hlred Ha.nks, Nebra·s ka City; Elmer Milstead. These songs were very in- ~~~..:::::::..--<::::::,..~~-<::::, ... . Hertel, Clay Center; Freeda Kennedy, spirational and were presented .at the Peru; Miriam McGrew, Auburn; Guy conclave. An especially irJ-terest ing LUMBER Sankey. Elk Creek; Sylvia Skocpol, apd instructive talk was given by ROOFING Wilbur; Ruth Stuckenholtz, Nebras- Mrs. Pat Norwood, the speaker of the k a City; S~ Wesner, Nebraska City·; evening, on the subject, "Olothing PERU LUMBER CO. and from the faculty, Miss Ruth and; !fbods of European Countries:' Brandt and Professor H. H. Kronen- · Misses Genevieve Fisher, Nella W. 1. RABE L, Mgr, i berg. Baird; Louise Sh e Id on, an d E ml''lie Phone 48 P eru, Nebr. I At present there are ten active ' stu ~ Peterson d h . represente t e orgamza;;...-:;:.....-....;:..._._~_...;:::,.....-<~-~- dent members on the campus, consist- tio;1,1 at the conclave. '

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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1930.

VOLUJUE XXVI.

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DE'CORATIO·NS 1· DEBATEPROSPE~TS l ~~-~-~-~---~-~ I FACULTYMEMB,E RSIN D:OWN A GREAT ARE GOOD SAYS HEAD 8 CALENDAR I / SCHOOL DEDICATION . CH A,nRON TEAM PROVE WORTHY Many · Letter Debaters- Will Be Back ~i 7:30Wednesday, November 12 ~. ·. . .tU.I' · p. m. Y. M., Y. W.,. C. C, A. 8 Govenior Weaver Gives Prmqpa:l $

For This Year's Team /) Thursday, November 13 ,,. ~ 9:40 a. m. Drama.tic club The Questkn for d-eb ate is "Ite- ~ 7:00 p. m. F reoshman clubs solved that the .nations should adopt ~ 8:00 p. m. Philo and Everett ~ Friday, November 14 a policy of free trade." It is a ques- ll( 7:00 p. m. Biology Movie tion that is as old as United States 1 Monday, November 17 history, but always an important one, ~~· 7:00 p. m . .A:lp.h a Mu Omega and probably at no .time in history f 8:00 p. m. Kappa Delta Pi more important than ·-today, with in-

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P resident W. R. P ate, Dr. C. M. Brown, Profess or J . W. Tyler, and The P eru Homecoming game w as The H-0meco.i;ning d.ecor ations scat Dr . F. E. Ware attended the dedica- the m ost . spect acular and .har dest t ered throughout P eru 'aroused intert ory program f or t h e new h'1g h sc h oo 1 fou ght g ame of t he. year. Th.a est in both old and n ew P eruvians. buildi.ng at. Humbol<lt, Nebraska, fi ghting Bobcats fou g ht with grim Prizes w.er-e awar ded to the dormi, . Mond.ay evenjng, November 3. determinat ion to wfo from t he first t ory, Trenh-0lm'~ and Patterson's reHumboldt has every reason to be second of play and were fi gh ting spect ively. proud of the high. school building wit h t he same determinati'on at the T he d-0rmitory's decorations were -°""-~~~~-..:;;;::,,.- wh,ich h as just been buit at a cost of l ter.natio.nal lines bre.aki.ng dowri and ast gun. especially attract ive. To enter Mt . $100. 000. It is a splendid building· There w as no scoring until the last Vernon h all one p assed throug h t.he tr ade condit ions constantly developa.nd contains all t he depar tment s and few minutes of the• fourth qu arter Bobcat's d.e n which contained a Chad- ing. equipment .nec·essary in an up-to-date when Earl Hurst on a seri-es of line ron Eagle a.nd a Peru Bobca.t. On Debate in P eru has always been hig·h school. plunges carded t he b all over for the t he balcony over the , Eliza Morgan a m ajor ac.tiv.ity. In fact jt is the Superintendent W e•ber of t he Hum- first touchdo\vn. Russ Sautter ran entrance were t wo dummies, one rep. ' bol.dt sch ools will be r emembered as w ild, .and after a few la rg e gains oldest on .the campus. Peru had a .resent i.ng a,n alumnus, the other a. an alumn.us of P eru, h,aving received aro und e~d r an 35 yards for the secdeb ate team before she had a f. otball One of Peru's Best Homecomng Plays "freshie." Bel.ow, on t h e s t ep,s a t Is Drift of Comments_ .his degree in 19'24. He was also Di- o.nd touc.hd.o.w.n. the entrance of Eliza Morgan,, was an- team. On .some of these teams have r ector of Rural Education in t his col. Fern's backfield w-0rked perfe>etly. other eagle and Bobcat , with foot- been some ver y famous debaters, "O Th W p . ,, leg·e dur.i'.ng the summer of 1927. He Millhc lli.n's kicking; Hatcher's superb h l nee ere as a r.mcess ~ a ba1ls p ai ntetl in their sc oo1 co ors. amo.ng them Dr. Clyde Moore, now at is to be c ongratulated upon direct - p essing and c ool head•e d gener alship ; M h u dramatic comedy by Julie t Wilbur . h Er b f The h ob y o iza org an a , :-h e U niversity of Columbia, and Dr. i.ng the succe"s f.ul campaig n for t e H urst's line plunging ; a nd Saut ter's deconted in red, white, and bl.ue, J oy E . Morgan, editor of the N. E. A. Tompkins, was presented in t he splendi,d n c;w building. an d Lit ~rell's fleetfooted whirling and gree<ted t he g rads by a larg e we!- J our m J, developed much of their abil- sch ool a uditori.um November 8, for The · foll owin g is tihe· prog r am of -ide stepping; m ade up a b ackfield come s.ig.n. it y in public . sp ea king while eng &ged t.he aJ1.nual Homecomj.n g produc'Lion the eveJJ ing : that couJd .not be s.topped. Each ta ble in t he diining hall of in .d ebate work at Peru. E ve•n so out - by t he Pei u Dramatic club. The scene Music --- - ----- - ------- School Band The P eru li.n e worked wi th a pret he dormitor.y had. as its c.enter.p iece stancl.i'ng a scian ti' fic f'ig.llr·e . Dr. (August H agenow, Dfre.c t or) d sion t h at can not be equalled. Rost h ll ~ as of t he p lay wa,s Rome, in tlie P alazh h F d Sh a miniat ure football fi e ld w1 a s m a E diso.n P~ttit, .n ow among the w orld'<' . ~ Invocatio.n __ R ev. H. A. Ho enwald coe T olly, Ben Gro ot iu •re esI n the first Rct w a.. G,·eet·i'n ""' w. R. P ate t a k ' Bab-e Miller. ' Dan Mc.Swa n ' a nd eagle and Bo bcat perched on t he goal I. g r ea test astronomers, g.ave m•·i'. 'i <.t- za Della tore. . • '. .,,, ~ - - -- - - ---- - - - • 1 po~ts. · · . 1 t .. . ~ •. .; ee~1 the s1tt1!1g room of t he Boyd (P1'e£1dent Peru St ate T eoachers Col.) , Howa r d Fr.undr1dge., t eann.g g reat I c{r.; on as an u,nd erg r a d u a,~ e rn J. eru. : " • . . T.he lawn decorat ions· ai~ Trenholm s Ito de bating. ' · I hc u~·e, n c oi:1 fo r table., si.raig!:':cned Gr eetings -------- -- L. C. Anderson j.hc les .in th e Chad ron lme a nd mak1.ng attr act ed un.usuall attent10n. A regal- , ur· t h th ' b e h'i.ri d us, p en: I \ 'J.1rng . c _h.0 111·:1 Ill . t h e ear.1.y su mme•r _.: (P;·e' ident Cotner College) I. sp ectac ular t ackles back of the Chad. n 1 .i.e t r uel't 1 ion · 1 ron li.ne. ular foot ba ll fi.eld with !mes,- go h b ·ir t d b t / , · , O 1e r: c t-1Jlay "The Lie T.hat J ack · · 11 · ' __ • ____ Dramatic Club Special credit should · be g iven to d 8 i .n welcoming the grads, ~s per aps a m ore n ian . e a ·e abou~ .t.'.\J,f past eig.h t .i n . rhe morni.ng. · .B 'lt" posts an a g . history than any ot her colJ.eg·e m t he . .- . , . · I m , - - - - -. · · · · · wer e the outsta,n dmg feat ures. . .. .. . .. . .. . · Act t w r, .w a,, the. s aem l:.ut a little l aot- , (Mis 3 lV ary Alice Campbell, Di rector) Roscoe T olly; Ben G1•ooth1u.s,. Fi·ed ' st ate, .not ·e xcep t1ng ·t h e Et atc uruver. . . I . . w· . " d M l . The idea carried out at Patterson s · · er m . ·i;h e morm.ng. In the th1r<l r c1· i T wo !>L:.l coct ions, "At Daw.ning", $hest ak E mil · le.m a, an e vin: showe,d a great deal of ha.rd \vork. sity. ... ·... :·-..: ther'e .were two· scenes, th e first scene i l'To a Wild Rose" - Girls' Glee Club BruC'e, 'vho \Vere hi ghly outstanding' It l ooks as tho~-gh P~r.~\-way. ·make •r l Parked in t h e yard stood an old model the c cming season worthy _her_ a "litte l -1.ate1' in the evening and (Miss Laura Ar.nup, Music Dh,ector). players .in the li.ne. R oscoe -0l:ly.. am fo rd touring car which held dum- tr.a dit.,ion; with tw~nty f ive" or mor~ scene two was in Phi!s living room i.n Music, "Trees" ------- --- Girls' T rio Ben Gro6t hiu'S ·'t ime af(]er time · broke mies r epr esenti ng a gyad a nd a proes j. d'd f h t th the l.oft of the bar.n on the same nig), A.dd ress Ho.n. A. J. W eaver thr·o ug"h t he Chai:lrorr line and t hrew ent P eruv ia n. The .same kind of can 1· ates . or t . e ' e~d ~m~ng A~lr:1: Leadin g n .Jles were taken by Mar- (lntrod~~~d- b~- -G. L. Cooper, Sr.) a Ch ad r on b acld '.ield ·ma,n ·for a loss. d ummies greeting eacl 1 other also som~;:e1 ·~ expeien~e·'t : ; ers; ~ ceilla o~·urek who p laye d t he ~art of Solo selected - - - -- - - Gaus.ta Coopel' A large CTO.w d of students a.nd P er.u .sto.od 1under a larg-e welcome ·s ign. sW on tnM e urtg;lf ,~r ,'Y)th- r~· vl·elnsg, adne \Princ~s~ D e1i ato1'e and Don Nelson \Be·n ~diction _ Pvev. W. N .. Armstrong alum ni withesse'd -this g reatest game _ th anna .e Cf< a;rft, . r ee co e e _ . . . ,. f t h ; ., · '" • Some distance from these w.as a.no - · b · .. " h ' · · t.·11 th playmg the uart of Phil Len nox. Insp ection of bmlm.ng. o e season. . . _ . h aters w o are s l on e campus, . . _ · F' t Q t. er dumrm-e ftash mg a light on .t e and Nf. A.. W'l~.1eve1 and, another ex- Others 111 the c ast were: Sig.nor lV!or" irs u.a r e r

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Oth ers in the cast wer e : Sig.nor Moroni, Glen Da nforth; t he old Pri ncess, Char lotte Carlson ; Hazel Boyd, La Vei:a Green; Mrs. Purring ton, Gera ldi.ne Russell ; Mrs. Seave•rs, Hel·en Giloert; Ruby Boyd, Freeda Kennedy · A un t Meta Trum ble, Helen Kal ten~ bor n; Milt on D'Arcy, Mac Dunning- ; J osephin e, E velyn Bree.ht. We all know th at a.ny pla.y in o rder. to be a success must h ave committeeG worki1tjs b ack st age. The f ollowing w or ked on these different committees;

CHADRON'S PRESIDE NT H E RE Along wi t h ot.h ers, P resid.ent Ell iott a nd Professor Yar.n dley of Chadron ac·c ompr,nfe d t he E agles in t hefr t rip ti P eru for t h e Homeoornihg ga'.rne: ·

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clave of Kapp~ Om icr on Phi, held in Excelsior Sp ri.ngs, JVI.isso.uri, fr om _ __ Marcelle Kelly, Or vis Smit.h i costume ' "ff'( The excellent cond itio n of the floor . ~c.to ber 31 t o Nov-ember 1. _ . Long Passes By Hatcher Pave committee. June Br ick ell, P a ul Swot he p ep and rhythi:i of t h e college On Thursday aft er.no.on a busmess For Touchdown Way l boda, Bertha Newman;. ma ke up; :E s: Good Attendance At Both Omaha orchestr a, and m ost of all t h e Bob. h . th6 telene P ettit, D o~oth Y... Wo rh~y; el ~~ And ·Lmcoln Districts meeting waii ,held, at w h IC time ! · · ... t" · cat's victory aided in m a kin g th is · h d f h p d trici an, Virgil Bug&ee,, Beritar d Gal1 !!:ate from each chapter reported n a ar o.ug t · g ame eru an 1 · .. . , . • · be.f 'd · ht f ?ele . ~ W t' th . 7 t 7 ?Wa y;_, ppo!)erties, Flore.nee Martm, The annu al banquets of th e P eru 11 our ·ore m1 m g one o . r emem0 t heir activities sin ce the last con.clave. ay.n e ie e s coi e, · Doi·oti-i y ' Bren.iiel" '- "'Geh~vieve F isher· Al um~i Associatio.n were h eld at Lin- brance. Hun d.reds o{ old g i·ads met Both teams f oug ht back a.nd forth . ... ,._ ; . ' . ' · · In the evening each chapter p rese.nt-,, across ·t h e. ·'r-eld ·;W 11 w1'th ou t e1'ther seem- bµ smess man · -:a1rer; { ,, , 01 ·; aHa-ce' . . . Sugden,- coin a.nd O~a h a -duri ng the State again ·. on t h e· ili;.~ce ft· o~r · and• -.m e ~:. ed a stunt which was ch aracteristic ! ing to h a advantv,ge over the Herbert .I ven ; A Vl'!rt 1sm g, Allan T _ eac.he r's Associ atfo n district meet- hers of Per~:s· s_,t.,ude~t J~~dY _ . b~c. a_me.' : · ve an Licht enherg"'e'r" "t' H a1'1'iet Pete rs on.· ,, of t he communi ty represent ed ; a cow- other. · . h · :tt'. ~1· :....< .J D 11 ' m gs. An un us u.ally lar g e n,umber acq.uaint ed wit.h their predecessors, Th p ; · · ouse comnu ee; Donna ane e1ze ., we re present at both p laces and t he . . boy r eading from T exas,. an India.n , e er u Une deserves v ery much Rut h 'Beauchamp " "Leon Schaffer Vi me111bers showed t h at ge.nu.1'ne loy alty ' t h e Alumm. · credit for its a. ·ressive •and also . . . . ' . .' ' . dan ce from Oklahoma,, a Sp.am sh so,n g ll . gg p ' h· · vi-en Wh1teh1ll,, M1nme Hermsme1er; and enthusiasm is ch aracteristic of The orch estr~ was seated at o.n e 11t st onewa qua ies. eru as as good . W . M t If di R from California, Ent ree a la a 0 1a· · u.ne t h 1's .year as h as ever p 1aye d p r ograms, ann.a e ca · aU P eru gatherings. , sidie in a canop y deco r ated with_ an Th '. d d d th 1 fro m Per u, the · ~pirit dance from ' on th e P eru fi eld.. . · e_ P ay w as . P.10 uce un_ er e The Omah a meeti.ng w as he ld imme nse whi t e P . d1 r ect1o n ·of Man on He.nd:nck by Tllll rsday noon, octob er 30, at t h. e Maryville were some Of t he rep reFirst Quarter Durin g the d a nc_e foo t ball souvenirs sp ecial perm issfon of Samuel French. h h I h l f h se.ntations. P er.u kicks to W ayn e. W ayne reThe p lay was well r aceived by those Tee nj cal ig 1 sc oo ca et eri a,, w e•r e IJi ed with p ale blue a nd wl'lite ribbon tur ns the ball eig ht ya d · W speci al room was provided for all t h e Friday t he r e were b usin ess meet· . ' r s. ay ne in attendance. . . . . . . , hits off . t ackle f or 6 yards. Wayne Per uvians prese nt. There were 126 were sold . mgs agam with .a s1ght-seemg tnp hits lclt t ackle for 1 y ard. W a y.ne i.n atte.n da nce t here. ' F or t hose no.t da ncin g th ~·re was a thro ug~1 Kansas ~ity and a fo r mal hits lef t tackle,, and is pen alized 5 "P. J." Prom ·was One of R. B. Bedell, '09, p1'esided over t he r ecept io n h eld i.n the facult y room. dance m t~e ev-em ng. . y.ards. Wa.y n.e kicks to ~eru 45-yard Big Ht)mecoming Affairs sh or t .i nfo r m al program: that w as Midni ght ushei·ed in on the str ains The national cou.ncil w as elected Li ne. Sa1,1<tter r uns ar ound right end h eld, and in his ch aracteristic happy Saturday. Mrs. M . Lorbeer was elect- fo r 11 yards . S autt er makes 1 y ard Old tim es seemed to have come m , ,n ner call ed. on the various Peruu vi- of " Home Sweet Home" clos ed one of ed professional chairm an . thro ug h left t a.ckle. Hurst makes 5 agai,n when t he r ecr eat.i'on .h all rang a 1~s p rese.nt. J oy Morga n, o.ne of t he t he m ost t hrilling and enj 0.y able days I.n the afternoon Ex ce lsior Sp r in gs y ar ds through ce nter. Hatcher's pass with the cheer s of t he "Old Gang" pri.ncipal speaker s of t h e con vent ion, in o ld P eru's history. Chamber of Commerce arra nged. a is n o good. Millh ollin kicks to Wayne at t he annual "P.· J ." prom which was w.as at .t his luncheon. and g ave a drive abo ut .t own for all mem bers. on t heir 20 yard lin e. W ay ne loses held a t -the dormitory, Frklay even- most inter esting talk on wh at t he W. A. STUNTS. The final and concluding event was 1 yard. W ay ne f ai ls t o gai.n. W a.y ne ing at 10 o'clock. Th e fl oor was name P eru mea.nt to him. A graduUnder the direction of Miss Phy llis a banqu~t sponsored by t he Gamma p unts t o Millhollin on t he 50 _y ard .crowded as m any of the girls wer e 1 ate of Peru, '15 h e was w ell q u ali fied Davidso.n, t hirty mem bers of W. A. A. chapter. The color scheme was red line. S au~ter g.ains on.e yard·. Hatch- ? ack to e njoy this an nu al Homecom- 1to speak on t he subjec ~. ,Mr . J. W. g ave s ome very clever s tu.nts between and white, the pl ace cards and menu e r's p ass IS called bac k. P eru pu.nts w g fe at u re. I Crabtree, wh o was pres; de nt of Peru h alves at the homecom ing g ame. All being in t he form of a red p oppy, to Wayne. W ay ne fa ils to .g ai n. D enGeor.g ia Jorn, Lois T ro.yer and • Normal School w hen Mr. Morg a n at - were dr essed in white b er ets, the sorority ·fl ower . P endants with nis makes 6 yards t hroug h 4i-ft tack- R uth Cummins furnished. pi'an o music tended, is n ow secr etary of the N a.- white s hirts, blac k pants and b lack the Greek letters KOP eng raved on le. Way.n e punts to the P eru 44 yard for th e da nce. A p rog r am was t.io,nal Ed.ucation a:l Association, while socks, t he girls m a king a very strikthem were given as fa vo rs .t o the li.ne . Sautter loses 1 .yaird. Sautter's p la.nned a nd give.n which consist ed of 1 Mr. Morg.an is edi to r of the N . E. ·A. ing appear an ce as th ey bu'i-lt th eir forty-one attending t he b an q uet. by pass fa ils to con nect . Millhollin kic ks solos by Lorene Norton and June Bric- J our nal. Gor don Beck, '10 w,ho h o.I ds var ied pyramids. F irst came t he the 'Balfour Jewelry Co. 50 yards to W ayne. W ayne g airts 4 1kell and a duet by L ore ne Nor to n and a promin en t office with the. Veter~n's p yramid prope r, seco.nd t h e fan, t hi r d Those attending f rom Peru w ere: ! y.ards off right tack.le. W ay n€ is Leona Hud son. A kindergar te n or - 1 Bureau, was also p r esent, and gav.e a t.he bridg e, fo u rth .t he do uble span Louise Sheldon, Nella Baird., E m ily ; p~.n a lized to t heir 1 yard line. Way ne e;hestr a ver y cloeverly worked out was ', short t alk. Mrs. Win kleman, class of and fifth the trian gle , t h ese bein g Peterso.n, and Genevieve Fish er. ~hey · punts. to .the P eru 56 y ar d li?e. H atch- one of the. featur es of t.he evening. / 1894, t alked to the ~ro~p ~b o ut t he· fo llowed by t he ar ch with t h e fi nal were enabled to go through the kLnd- er g arns 5 yards. t hroug h n ght tackThe m ost of t h e even.m g was spent j ol~er d ays -O~ the rnstit ution. Mrs. somersault. Much cr edit is due t h e ness of Miss Edna Weare in Joa ni ng leo. H atcher gams 3 .y ards t hrou gh in d ancin g a nd at t he close of the ' Wmkleman J'S t h e da ug hter of Mr . gir ls fo r t h eir splendid wor k. and it her car and chauffeur to make th-e left g u ar d:. Peru pen alized 5 yards I d an ce refreshme nts of ice cr eam in I a.n.d Mrs', .David J.ack, oid loyal cit i- i t is t o be. hoped tbat mo r e of t hese t1ip. (Continued On P age Fou r) Dixi-e cups a nd. wafers were ser ved. (Continued On P age Four) exhi bitions may be seen in the f uture.

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. n " Bellevue high schQol "The I .n d ia ' . . aper o.n our hst. Its ac. is a new p . .ti ti' • f their freshman mt a on 1s co:mt ho mer~us. The poot freshmen, q.wte u h · h dth en· amo ng o th.er things '. avmg. a h a n<ls dip ped in molasses, were a). scrub them off with feathers, lowed t o l t . la t-er h ol d 1·ng them under a.n e ec n fi ed faucet. · Nort h h igh ~chool, Omaha, is repreNorth sen t e d o n O u r list by "The . _ Star", anoth e r large,, attractive paper. The G oJdenrod is star.ting a new featul'e "0.n the Hi.Utop". a slightly

ki.ng in timbles, perfection salad, .cently on the question . "R~lved, diff e.nt way o:f ,in troducing locals things you 'choose to ig.nere. olives,_ rolls, jelly, Kappa_ Omi~ro.n That our c olleg_e and umversi~y stu.- whi:~ s houl d prove attrac tive. . . P.hi ice cream, cak·e and coff~ was dents are devotrng too much t1m~ .-to 1 / is bemg spared, not even d . 'd t· T es " 'fhe ne gati ve JUS- 1 . d'to · . . serve . , · outs1 e ac iv1 l · · Th A ntelope has a ser 10us e I r· --.. . money, to make this the greates~ atThe luncheon was served by two t ined th e activ ities bec.au s e of dev el- . · e . "F b · A Sport or an G1:lnerally sp eakmg -a strong mmd d N . d t t t 1- ial entitled o ot a 11i, . . ' . tract1ong Peru has . ever presented 'pledges, Ada Braq.y . an . . aoma opment of perso.na bt.y an .. 1a en a ,, hich is worth reading. is rar ely found m a weak body. from its own resources. Pierce. . . ents. The a ffirm a-tive held t hat ~hey I ndust r.y '. w u-a.l meeting of the Therefore, a student who really wish l j · The following r esident members g enera l:ly take too much t i me and T he an.nh associ1 · d'· E. m.1·1Y P e t - ,.m oney. 'The negative · ka hed igh s c oo October press 24, at es to make his prep.aration for his life Friday Night Pep Rally were present: N e ll a_ B air won, tw 0 t o Nebras . Frida ·k t f't bl h Id t t • . ·erso.n Genevieve Fisher, Miss Weare, atio n ope n y, Li wo1 mos pro I a e s ou. cons aHn Brmgs Out Enthusiasm i Paul; Marie Schin.dle:r, LQuise Sh~ld: I 0 ne. L incoln. with tours of the nco1nf ly seek to .improve his · health. e S d S t t J urnal also tour o --· on,, and W anna Metcalf. _ The Otoe Fl ash is now o.n our ex - tar an a e 0 ·' should also remember t hat the mind Wi·t h t ortues flaming, the band Mrs W~ar~ Miss H.a~el Weare, h 'Tlhey put out a p ap er t h e N ebra ska Capitol. A good many 11.st . • . c a.t an ge . a ·• . t ere d £_OF t;hat· can be mistreated and become u.n- playing, hearts beating high with ex- Mirn Cook, Helen Kucera, Ed.na. Manel., J th is unusu lly .c1ever and compre- .high schoo ls have rag1s. healthy. citement, a nd voices cheering lustily and Mrs. Lorbeer w.ere :the guests of h ensi ve for a hl gh school of t h at ·e v ent. Follow.rng are a f ew s uggestions for the Homecoming rally went off with a the evening. size. Much hwnor, lo c a l c olo r , i n - · physica l and mental health: bang. All me t in t;he auditorium form ative news, a.nd c.o nst ructive .arT h'e s e n iors of Cotner enjoyed a "s.neak day" O c tober 13. From the Physical where a few yells w e r~ given and a HONOR SCHOLARSHIP 'MEETING ticles appear in the p aper. · A real Hallow:e'e.n rec~ptfon w as report t hey seemed to have enjoyed 1. Have defects, as infected .tonsils, clever. skit was .p.ut on b.y" the yeli given to the new ~embers of. tli.e The t ypist who g a v·e a s peed d em- themselves ~xceedingly0 huntin g .nasal obstructions,- and d ead_ teet h re- leade rs and a few .assistan ts. It was Honor Scholarship Society, Mond a.y onstra.t ion here r ecent ly was a t Oma- d u cks an d ·camping. moved. then that the t orches w,ere passed out e vening. · After the Freshmen_ had h a Technical Hig h, Oc t ober -9. 2. Sleep ten hours. to every one, which when light ed, m ade their w ay, acompanied by un" The Flashlight" is published by 3. Social life. within the point of mad·e· a brilli ant spectacle. Flaming ear thly no.ises, over the t ables,, .up The Technic al High, senior play, the stu dents o:I Super,ior ,high school. defiance to all of Chadron's aspira- stairs, <low.n • weird d ark hallways, "Erstw hile Susan'' w as cleverly ad- 'The first issue rece.i ve d !:>.y the Pedafatigue. 4. Ex·e rcise within the po~nt of fa- tions would be a .gooa description of by following . a g uiding string, they vertised in Tech News wit h -a n a rticle g ogfan looks as tl10ugh the.y m :.>.y be it. It was a ease of the survival of finally found thei'r m_eet~ng place. headed, " Girl Contem pl ates Suici.de" able to live u p .to the name. tigue. . the fittest. Only the st.ro.n gest reached This room, softly lighted, proved to a.nd a news article f ollow in g , endi n g 5. Eat adequ at e, balanced meals. the desti.na.t.i on, the weaker fallin g by be·the home of witches, cats~ o_wls, with the enlig ht ment t hat t h is all J ew eler-"D.id you seU any thing Me'ntal t he wayside.' A very peppy crowd of and bats. happens in t he pl ay. w h iJ.e I w as out'?" 1. .C ultiv ate open mindedness. rooters joined .in making t his march~-~~J~a~ck Fisher ·e lc m e.iLthe Er_es.&_.1-~~~~----

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stories of adYi:mture in the "La.nd of Chivalr.y" proved unusually interesti.n g to the two dozen biologists. present . . W.ith seventeen time•3 as m any men as .women. in the Te'i-ritory, hu.ntin g fo1· a "dear" might prove ·a fascinating sport for m any a .tea cher. M'1ss H arps · t er ms1s · · t·ed th at t h e ·U m· ted States still has a ge.nuine frontier. !Several members of Tri Beta at present are teaching in far aw.ay places: The .number .i ncludes At-lanta Cole of the A mencan · sc l1001 of M exico City in Old Mex.ico, a nd Edward Bath, superintendent of. schools at. Sitk a,, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. ·Dale B ug b ee r ecen tly re t urn ed f rom a two y ear !'t ay in · th · e f e d er al ·education se r v·ice m · th e Phil!'ipme. · I slands.

The productio.n of Hamelin" by Cl oke.y,"Pied i's offe·1.1Piper ·n!! a· real ~ h c aHe.nge to Peru stud·e nts of music. It will be the first experienc-e for most of the singers to deliver the.ir wares over an orchestra. It will be the first experience for most of the orchestra to ,play opera or accompany singers. Whatmusic. an ,exneri"' e.nce; b h what a vaJ.uable education for ot · The Pied Piper will introduce to Peru a new kind of opera; all music from curtain to curtain, full orches-. tral accompaniment, new li g hting effee.ts. ' TIN CANS ARE MAIN FEATURE

_ There are four principals, an adult OF A GREAT sq-IOOL RALL y' chorus of thirty, children's chorus of - - -. thirty, and ~ b allet of fifteen; there , In order to pr~vide for the annual are twenty m the orchestra, a stage ' Homecoming pep r ally it was necescre"'. of four. The costumi.ng and sary for the freshmen to do their bit stagmg are ·~o.n.e by a staff of fifteen, by furnishing tin cans. I t was necand art .des1gmng and poste_rs made essary for tnem to do t his or suffer by twenty )11embers of the art class; . the · consequences of the very w1'de l.y . · ma. k m g a total of o.ne hundred and known motto of the "P'" c l u b , "S na1.e d · th 1rty seve.n stu. -ents actlv· e ly en- 1 the rod and spoi'l the f res h men. " C - ans . h . gaged 1n t . e p resen.tat10n . . of. th.is gor- here ' cans there , cans everyw h ere. g~ous musical and diamatic master- \ W.herever a person· tur.ned he piece. Undoubtedly, never before jliable to encounter cans,. Everyone was ,, b h ave so many stuuents ent their efsaw cane talk d · · . · "" e cans r.un mto cans f orts at t h e same time toward the an·d dreamed promotio,1~ of a p.ur ley cultural n ature. 'im en dreams ~~~s.b . le the. fre shEvery one connected with this op- thrills f h e filled with the o can untin.g in th . l era rn any way f eels privileged to be of Pe iu . th ose of the upper · e 1Jung es P E so. very o.ne at ceru and -living in will be f'll d . c assme.n these enviro.ns should fe el . just as ing ch i ~d bWJth .the honors of be. ·1 d y wi'J.d ca ns on t h e p.r1v1 ege to h ave the opportunity Istep a r ge f · to hear .a~1d! see w~at is to be pre~ pes 0 eastern N ebraska. se.nted Friday eve.mn g, November 2.8, A wif b . at 8:00 p. m. h b e eheves erver.y word he r . h' . us a.nd tells her . t'l h If .you rruss t 1s you use poor judge- be . un t t ey have . en m ar ried about t wo weeks.

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(Nurse and Do·c tor are busy i'n the When you go home take a hot bath (Exit UnclellJlliness.} After the concl.usion of the initiao:ffice. Nurse g oes out;, comes in wlt h immediately a.nd go to bed B Curtain. , tion ceremony, the group of fift y pai:Ill-Posture, w ho walks in a slumped •to h ave enoug h covers to· kee; s;~~ Ac.t . II :;hows s.o.Jut!on o~ HI~ by took of a most deliqious luncheon, over ma.nn~r, rou.nded •shoulders, and warm. _T a ke a ho.t drink o! lemon ade / followmg t he Doctors suggest ions. prepared .an d. served by .Mr. Gilbert abdomen o.utl. ) OJ' gi.~ ger, Do not eat too much, and ' Omitted fox lack of space. a nd his efficient helpe rs. Tl1e table See Our Big Bills 1:1urse: Doctor, this child's muscles. stay m bed u,ntj'l your cold is broken j was a rra nged in t_h e form of an open a::e too weak to hold hi,s head up, up.Now to prevent a cold .you shou·ld · rectangle abou.t several ·l arge potted h!1' chest . out a.nd 'his stomac.h in. a~custom yourself to cold· baths. sleep plants. Table decoration:; consisted Doctor: This is indeed serious. with open windows, don't overeat; of whit e a nd yellow chrysa11themums, E. F •. · Phone 3 Let me see. (Attitude · of thought,) d-0.11'.t wear hea vy sweaters and coats . fern leaves forming .the inner border ~.c;::,.-~ Well. my bo.y. I would judge you .need indoors, exercise, and do not use ot.hof the t able, a.nd other decoratio.ns exe rcse, a nd plenty of j.t, Play out er pupils' pencils, towels, and cups. Many of the Fraternity Alumni At- of yellow t o carry out the season in the fresh air. It wi'll pep you .up (As het .t urns he sees w ad Eyes tend Luncheon · color desig n. and give you new energ y. Now as slump·ed dow.n in a ch.air, with a oook A brief after-lu.ncheon talk was Order from fo.r strengthening those muscles,· I held up close to his eyes.) Beta M.u Chapter of K appa Delta made b.y Presi.dent Pate on " The. So- , BROWN'S E AT SHOP will _prescribe special exercises for Doctor: Whom de we have here Pi celebrated with jts sec-0.nd annua·l cia1 Value of Scholars hip Frnt ernithose.. (Doctor demonstrates) .SV<!-ng Nurse? ' J !flail i.nitiat.fon ain d luncheon. A l arge ties" and by Professor Tyler o.n "The "A Tasty Bite Served Right." ~he arms forward to shoulder ]eve~ Bad Eyes: Doc.tor, I have a terr.ible gro.up were in attendance and m any Professional Value of Scholar:;hip Night Deliveries · and bend the elbows so as to bring headache. · old acquaintances were renewed as Fraternit ies.'' <::::-r:::>t-~-~~-~-~----<:;::::,. the finger t ips to the top of the :;houlDoctor: Your .he.ad.ache is due to weH as .new ones formed. O\'er fifty ·----No m or e d angero\.\S e leme.nt cnn ders, wit h the elbows pointed !for- strained eyes. Have the oc~ulist test : members, including f aculty, resident ward. From thi'S position move the your eyes. Then avoid th.e use of students and al• mni were present at enter into the m akeup of a r epubliel·bciws and desc.ribe with them a public towels, avoj'd rubbing your : the initiation .and the Luncheon that can form of govermneni; than the ballot .in t he hanq o: the ig nor ant semi-circle at the sides, upwards, eyes with your hands or a soiled ' followed. voter.Daniel Webster. backw.ards and downwards. Repeat h~kerchief. Wash your eyes d:aily / . T~e..beaut iful. ~mpressive ri~ualis­ Conduct is t hr·e e fourt hs of life. s·evera-1 times. This is to bring yo.ur wnh warm w ater and with .a clean tic 1mtia·t ory -service was held m t he Matt h ew Arnold shoulders b ack a.nd chest up. Now wash cloth. Will .you do this? south side .of .the recrea·tio.n h alt The for .your head up. try this: · stand Bad Eyes: Yes, Doctor, I will. , ~===============================~ erect, place t he h ands o.n the hips (He le.aves and Toothache enters '-' - -~"'~ ~~~· wi.th thumbs dow.nward ai:id elbows with jaw wrapped' up and .Jea.ning pointing straight ..t.o, t'he sides, relax '.I heavily o.n · a crutch.) / the head a nd drop it b aekward. Draw Doctor: Well,, well, ano-t her pa- · • ~ . 'It Pays to Look Well" the head upward and dr.aw the chin , tient t his morning, I see. And what is Drop in a nd see us--Same ~ s>tr.ongly inward as tho.11gh m a king a the .na•t ure of your illness? 1 /) About a new coat for Winter II old stand. double chi.n. Repeat seve.r al ti m'!.<-. 1 ToothacJ1e: I seem to h ave ;·he u·- If ~ CLEVELAND'S ready-to-wea r D ept. 7i7 /l Now yo u ·t r y these a few time.::; e~< .:-. mat.is~. I t mig ht n ot be th at, but I V Jeris deal still on !( da y a nd you . wi•ll soon· be able to .Lin k it is. Jt i ::; mostl y i n - my rig ht ~ Carries the largest stock in this Section ; '~ R ICE & THOMAS &tand correctly. k nee. · My k nee gets so stiff I can All personally selected by ~ I f. (As Ill-Post ure leaves · I.nsuffi.cient hr r cl ly walk. ~ Mr. Cleveland and ~·-K:::.--~-~....-0.<-~ Rest_ come s. in.) I . N u?1 : c.: · Do you ha ve a toothache· Priced rig ht of course In. Rest. Oh, Nurse, I fe~l so .now . ,~ ~ ~~ sleepy and t ired. Toothache: I t's .awtf!ul. · ~ Local Distri~utors of the Celebra ted ! N.urse: Yes, you do look aill worn Nu rse: Perlrnps the toothache has " Shag moor" Line KING'S BARBE R SHOP out. What can you ck> for him,. Doc- s omethting to do wit h the rwheumaTHURSDAY, F RIDAY SATURDAY

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"Say Pat, I wish I was h aff Je_w TIE WAYNE 7 to 7 Mts left end for 2 yards placing the and half Iris~ instead of all Irish ." ball o.n the Peru 48yard line. Bur(Continued From Page One) "Why is that?" roughs h.i ts left end for no gain. Bur- for -offsides. Hatcher attempts a pass. "Because, an Irishman is always . h f a1·1·s Sautter · roughs attempts a pass w h 1c. kic k es to W ay.ne ' s 8 yard 1·me. wantin' ,half .a dollar an ' a Jew ·a ·l -/

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yard line. Sautter fails . to gain 25 yard line. Littrell runs around four yards. Sautter makes a first and ~ ~~ ~-~~-~. .. around lef.t end. Sautte•r makes 6 yds right end for 15 yards. Hurst fails · to ten. v,., arou.nd right end. MillhoJiin kicks 80 gain through center. Sautter's pass Second Quarter Filled Long Johns. A fried roll, filled with Pme' yards to the Chadron 15 yard line. to Millhollin is good for 15 yards. LitSautter gains 6 yards .. Sa.utter fails ~ apple crea~ icing, C hocolate coated Stangle hits right e.nd for 3 yards. tr·e.11 runs around right end for 3 2 for 5c Cheney kicks 50 yards to Mill.h~Bin yards. Hatcher pas,ses,, Brundridge to gain. Hatcher completes a pass to who re-turns the ball ten yards to the receives. Per.u loses the ball. Bur- Millhillin for 1 yard. Sautter Q Peru 3.0 yard li.ne. Hurst hits left end 1.,oughs hits left end for no gain. 1 yard. Sautter attempts two passes for no .g ain .• Sa utter tri"8$ right end. Burroughs hits ce.nter for no gain. which fail to connect. _,Wayne's bail. "-~ ::;:,,;.. for 1 yard. Hate.her p a.sses to Millholl- Buroughs hits left tackle for 5 yards. -~~~~-~~~~~. · Denn.is makes .four .yards. Au:d rews in for a gain of 20 yard.:;. Millhollin Cheney hits left . end for 6 yards. losses 4 .yards aro.und left end. Hatch- Cheney runs a round e,n d for 2 .yards. faHs tb gai.n. Den.nis k.icks 55 yards. -::::...-....~-_.:::::::,..-...::::~-...:::::::><11--<::::>4-~-··~..c::::>~"'>~"'er at tempts a pass which fa,ils to con- Burro.ughs .hits left e.nd for no gain. Sautter gai.ns 4 yards . . Hurst fails .t o }) .nect. Hatc her passes to Millhollin and Cheney's kick is blocked and the ball gajn. Millhollin makes 3 yards. Mill- V it is g ood for 20 yards, and a second is downed on the Peru 25 yard line. hoJ.Iin kicks 442 . yards. W , b 11 first down for P.eru. Hurst hits C,!?nter Sautter goes back in for Littrell. ayne s a FOR A GOOD TOASTED SANDWICH for no gain. Chadron's ball. Stangle Sautter runs around left end for 5 on the ·47 yard line. Wayne comhits c·e.nter for .no gain. Cheney kicks yards. p1etes a p·ass for two yards. Wayne to Millhollin who retur.ns the ball 5 Fourth Quarter makes 7 yar.ds. w .ay.ne loses 1 yard. yards to the 40 yard line. . Sautter The fourth quarter was merely a De~nis makes 3 y a.rds. Wayne faiis FOR A BIG SQUARE MEAL hits left end for 4 ym·ds. Hatcher's repetition · of the three preceeding to gaoi.n. Way.ne kicks to the Peru /I ~ p a ~ fails to connect Sautte~s pass until th~ last hw minutes o~ ~e ~d zb~. Sautter ~ses 1 yar~ Mill- ~~~~·~~~-~~-~~-~~•< ~Brocebgoodfw~yud~ anda qua~e~ Onareries~~drom - and h~lin hlcb ~ yudL ~ro pen~- · ~=~~~=~~=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ first down placing th,.e ball on the center drives Earl Hurst and Russ ized 15 yards f-Or offsides. Hurst in- ~ """,,.._..""_ _..~-..._~-~~-~>"-~ Chadron 45 yard line. liurst hits Sautter, worhln.g back of the machine tercepts a pass and r.uns 50 yards to ~· ~ cEJnter .for 7 yards. ~atcher's pass like dr ive of the li.ne, drove the ball / the Wayne 20 yard line. Hurst makes U, incomplete. Hurst hits center for to the Chadron 1 yard line where o.n 4 yards. Hakher makes 3 yards. 3 yards. A pass from Hatcher to the second trial thrcough center Hurst Hatc her makes 2 yards. Sautter passes : Millholli.n is good for 13 .yards, Hatch- carried the ball over. The trial for to Mill.hollin for a gain of 12 yards. '. er's next pass fails to connect. Chad- ·point failed. Sautter fumbles and loses 5 yards. 1 ron's ball. Monta_g.ue. hits centeJ· for Score Peru 6, Chadron o. jSauttietr attempts a pass which fails 3 yards. Stangle . .hits center for 5 Russ Sautter ca1rired the ball over 1 to connect . . Wayne's ball. Wayne yards. Cheney kicks 40 yards to the Ch adron go.al for the. second : kicks 30 yards to the Per.u 39 y.ard Millhollin who is downed on the Peru touchdown after a run of 35 yards, a line. Hatcher loses 4 yards. Hatch- ~ 30 yard line. Hatcher is throw.n for beautif.ul feat of brokenfield running. 1ers's pass is intercepted and Wayne a loss of .3 yar~s. Saut ;:cr passes .to Score,, Peru .12, Chadron o. runs 40 yards ! o the 1 yard line. · ~ Hurst which ga1n.s 25 yards. Saut~er It looked for a moment as though I Wayne c·a.rries the ball over the .g oal. . ~oses 2 yards .. Sautter passes to Wic- Peru would sc.o re again when Duane The try for point is good. ! Ji ma fo1· a gam of 20 y.ards. Sauttei Sams got loose and ran 50 .yards only Score: W'a.yne 7, .Peru 0. V hi.ts center for 1 .yar~. Sa~ttei:'s pass to be brought down from behind as Wayn1e kicks to Per.u. Milho.Hi.n re- ~-~--"'>--~~-~-~-·~ fails to connect. . M.1 llhollm kicks to. he slow·e d d~w.n to sidestep the safety turns the ball. 20 ya~ds ·.. . j , Evans who retu1 n~ t:he ball to t~e m2.n. The fma.i .g.un sounded before· , Thud Qu:.?/ter. . ~~~-~ Ch adron 19 yard !me·. Sta.ngle h~ts the last 12 yards could be crossed. Wa.yne kicks to Peru. Millhollin re- ' ~ -""";:::...t-><:;::>11-~-..-::;;::.-->:::::,.1 • ce.n ter for 6 yai·.d s. Montag.ue h.1ts The L~neups tur.ns 20 yards. Roscoe Tolly is hurt. left taclde for 5 yards . Sta ngle tnes Peru Chadron Herrel goes in for Tolly.. Hatcher ~ · let end. for ~o gail~. Cheney pa,sses Wicina _____ ___ LE ---------- Conn makes .yard·s. Hurst m.akes 7 yards. to Stan.g le for .a garn o.f 1.5 yar.ds. McSwan ------- LT---------- Gross Hatcher gains 4 yards off left guard. We aim to pJease. Second Quarter Tolly ------- -·-- LG ------ F·enn.ing Groothius go·es in for Dal.green. · Montague tri~s left en~ for ~o Miller --- - - - ---- C ---------- Altig Hu rst Hits left guard for 6 yards. Phone 2ll ~ g ain. Che.ney hits center for no gain. Groothius ----- RT ---- ----- Briggs H atcher hits the line for 3 yards. · Mrs. Maloney, P r op. E.vans . attemp.t s a pass. M?ntag~e S.hes.tak (C) -- RG ---~-- --- Jensen Hurst Mts left. gua:rd for 6 yards. 9'.'~::..._..:;::,,._..:;:::><1-~-..-~ I) kicks into the end zone. , Millholhn Bruce ---------· RE-- - ---- Caldwell Hatcher .h its the line for 3 yards. ~~"">~~-~~· kicks fifty yards to Lhe Chadron '10 Hatcher --·----- QB. _________ Eva ns Hatcher hits left tack.le for 6 yards. -·~~~~ yard line. C.heney makes. 5 yar~s Millhollin - - -- LH _________ Cheney Hurst .fails to g·a.i n. Hatcher makes _ N FIRST CLASS ~~~ I N.....G-~-<.·-.,..~ around end . .Montague fails to gain Sautter . ________ RH _______ Mon tague 5 yards for a first and .t e.n. Ha.tcher ew l!p-to-date machinery N hthrough left tackle. Chadron sub- Hurst --------- FB -------- Stang le f ·1 . Shoes uy d o s oes too hal·d t o f' B f B . Ch a1· s to gam. 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end for 3 yards. Che.ne; hi~s right r;:;:~t;ti·ons: Sims for Br~ce; ~it- fails to gain. Andrew s p asses f or 5 end for 4 y ards. Stangle .hits left ;trell for S autter; Sams for M11lhollrn; yards .Andrews attempts a pass but , -~ ~-..,...... -...._----~~ • 1 I • ' h 28 . -~~..:::::::,..-~~~~...,._,.._~ ,...,._ tackle for 2 .yards. Chadron Is pena - Pate for Miller. falls short. Peru's b all o.n t e /\ ized 5 yards. Cheney p.asses to St angle 1 yard line. Millhollin f ails t o g ain. I/ AT the ELEC TRI C SHOE SHOP you will fin d Belle who makes g ain of 12 yards, p~ac- 1 . ALUMNI DINNERS . ' Millhollin loses 2 yard.,,. Sautter kicks Mode C ream for B lack Shoes. Glace' Blance LaBelle fo·r i.n.g the ball on the Peru 25 y ard line. i (Continued From Page One) t o w a.yn e's 42 yard line. . Andrews ~ Cheney hits left end for 5 .yar<ls. ' ZE'.ns of P eru, and two of O.'.'.r early hits r i.gh t tackle for 10 yards. Wa.yne White Kid and Calf-d o es n o t t urn the Leather Yello w. Stangle hits left end for 5 yards. 1settler s i.n t his community. loses 1 yard. Wayne m akes 1 y.prd. ~ Peru substit u tes Sims for Bru~e, a~d I P eruvfa..ns both old and young a.t~ Wavne kicks into P er u's end zr."l.e. . J . P. CLARK Hertel for Shest ak. C.hene.y hits ; ten ded , a.nrl cl asses from 1894 to 1930 Sa.utter loses 5 y ards. Sa utte r punt s ..~...,,...:::::::,..-..::;::,,.-~-~~~-~~~~ ri ght e•n.d fo1· 3 yard~ a.nd a first Iwer e repre~·e nted. . ou..t ('If b ounds o.n the Wayne 40 y ?r "I. (lown. Littrell is .subst~t.u ted f or SautSuperint~.n:lent Jimer eon of Auburn !in.~ . w~.yne fails t o gain t hrou gh ter. Montagu·e hits left end fo r 2 }c·:l the class of .1914 in t h e color ' -~~~-~-<::::>~~ Ch v c en te r. y.ards. Chen·ey attemp ts a pass. e~~ s0.ng., ther eby ~heering the hearts of F.ourth Quarter. I, ~ . . ' ey attempts a pass. Cheney at t emp , those lon g away from t h e school, nad B. . in for S'ims Wavne a p ass which is i.ntercepted b y Saut- "Dick" Williams, '30, with his old-time k-. k1ucte t~~cs p u 10 y a rd line. . th ball to the Peru . h h I 11 ic s o e er II h t er w o c a r nes e . ·ent husiasm again led t. e sc 00 ye · h Ir k ' k 55 yards to the W ayne I/ 15 y ard line. Hurst .h1t cent er for The Lincoln Di.n.ner w.as held at 5 o i.nd ~c s W ,ne m akes 5 yards ; ?1.0 gafo. Millhollin kicks out . of six o'c.lock at the Cornhusker h ot el, y ar . :~:s i3 a.:rds . Wayne make~ bounds on the Chadron 45 yard. lme. with 100 P eru vians present. . P r esi- W ayne g W .yt il .t ·n Wayne Chen·ey hits left tackle for 3 .y ar.d s. dent Pate p r esided ov·er this gr oup. 5 ~ards. . ay,n e _a ~e of=i~~ ~o comMontague hits left end for .3 y ards. Among the informal toast list at t his fails t o gam. -:ay, b il t h '>O Cheney's p ass is .no good. Eva.~s meeting were representatives from pletie a. pass. .eru s a o~ :rds \ makes no ga.in around left ·e nd•. Peru s .f 1886 Mr Greene is teach- yard hne._ Hmst .make~ y \ hall on the Peru 35 yard li.ne. Lit trell ~he cl~ss o b .k . S t ' nt endent throug h ce.nter. M1llholhn pu~ts 55 \ Phone 377- " J ust one price, one j ust price" -A uburn Nebr ing rn Ne r as a. up en · • b 11 th 38 · d ' · hi.ts right end for 10 yards. Hurst f th . f J ack Fisher who j.s yards. Wa.yne s a· on e yar 0 1 htts cen~r for5 yudL LU~ell runs ~· ah e\ . 1 d P m u and h& ! lin~ W a yne makes9 yards. W ayn~I ~~~~~-~~-~~-~~-~~~~~~ fil~undlclt~dfM3yu~. Du~en~ 1 ?~ ~ , pi a ~ m~es 1 ~~~ Weyne f~b \ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~;;~;;~;; Sams is substituted for Millhollin. alumm m hi~ refmha r tD s. . T he 's t o gain. Brun.di.g e g~es .in for Miller. 1. •"""'-~~~ -""""-~ . . . W T D avis o t e .av1s eac r · '-"'- ....._,.~~-9"'::::::,..-..,:::::::::,..-..::::~-t<::::,,,.41• H atcher &ttempt s a pass which 1s m· · . h d f m Wayn e makes 8 yards. W ayne mak es I Bureau of Lmcoln; w as ear ro . W f ·1 . 50 t ercepted by Stan gle who races . . h h'l h'l h a first dow n m ten. ay.ne a1 s to r . B b wtt h his u e.u al wort w 1 e• P J osop y, d I .yar.ds to the P eru 10 y ard lme. o . t. • t d b the gain. W ayn e makes 4 y a.r s. W ayne I • • i.. M' ll and w as muc1v apprec1a e Y · , h P at e 1s !5-Ubshtuted for B aµ e '1 er. . p . glad I makes 2 y ar ds. Peru s b all on t e · 40 i · aud1e.nce. 01 d eruv1ans were Montague hi·t s left tackle for no gam. h f M' Chi B ldri' d ge y ard line. P e•ru att empt s two pa~es · C f F to ear rom 1ss oe a , , Chad~·on subst 1tu.tes arroll or 'en. h f R u ral w hich fail to connect . Per u r eceives 1 0 nin g . Cheney fails to g.ain. Peru's for sev.era yeaprs in c dar.g e t the a fi v e y a r d p enalty. Millholli n kicks · · Educat10.n .at ·e ru a.n. n ow a , ball. Hurst hits center for .no g am. f h R 1 Ed t' D •n ar t- 35 y ards. W ayne's ball on the 50 Hatcher kicks to the 50 yard line. hea.d. o t e ura . .uca .1 on e. ' d l' W makes 2 yards. i · · ment in t h e St ate Superintendent s y ar me. ay.ne Sta.nale .hits left end for no g am. w f ·1 t · W f bl "' . Ch o.ffice Another w ell r emembered and ay n e a11 s o gam . ayn e· um es Cheney at t empts a p ass. eney pas· · B · · f 5 d w ell lov ed fo rmer f ac ult y memb er, and P eru recover$, r.uce r e covering . ses to Conn for a gam o 1 y1u· s .. I H h M'"lh 11' f 25 · 1·.n- IMiss Alice M. Robinson ' n ow of Kcear ate. er. passes t oh u· o m or a. Ch en ey attemp t s a p ass w h l. Ch IS w· · ·ney • b r ought g reetin gs from . the y l'! r d g am.. Hat e er passes to icma tercep ted b y H a t c h er. H a tch er p asses ·AUBURN,NEBRA£KA . · th e b a 11 t o ti1 e Kear ney facult y a.n;d t h e P er uv.rnn s w h o carries t h. e .b all ov er .t h e goal. t o S1m!l w h o carries Chadron 20 y ard line. there, S h e w as d ean of women at The t r y for pom t is good . Fmal s c ore : ..,.-~-~-~-~~-~-~ Third. Quarter Peru from 1921to1924. Mrs. W au gh,, W ayne 7, P eru, 7. ~~ Brund~·idge kicks to Evans who re- form er prec·ep.tress at Mo.unt Vernon, Sta rting Lin eup. ·~°">-°">-~-~ turns the ball 5 .yards to the Chad. _ wa~• at the m eeting . :vi.an y . oth e rs Wicina --- -- -- - LE --- - - - - - -- E v a ns · ~ -~-~~ i·on 30 y ard line. Che ney kick s to wet'e called upo.n a.n·d rntr oduced to .McSwan - - .- --- - LT - ---- ----- H unt Millhollin who is .downed oa t h e P er.u t he crowd. T olly ----- --- - LG _______ _:__ Keefer 30 ya rd li.ne. Millhollin runs ar ound The m usic at the Li~coln meeting Miller --- --- - - -- c ------ M~Kinley ~ left end for .no gain. Millhollin kicks lw as led b y Mrs. Dunn.mg, and the S.hestak (C) -- R G ------ -- Amb rose 50 yards to Cheney. C.heney fails to sc.hool yell by "Bob" l!a.rrison n ow Gr oothius _____ RT ---- ----- Sext on g ain around left end. Evans ldcks superin tendent a.t D ewitt, who .is re- Br u ce - - - --- --- R E - -·- - - - Li ndamood 25 yar ds to Hw·st who r e.turns t h e m ember ed by all P eru· as one of our Hatcher ----- -- QB- --- --- - Andrews . b all 10 yar.ds. H urst hits left end for ' most loyal sons. Millhollin __ ___ LH - - -- - D ennis (C) 4 .yards. MHU1011in ltjcks 55 yards to Sau tter - - --- - -- RH ______ A rbuthnot · t h e Chadron 45 y ar-d line. Burroughs "Mother w o.n't you please speak t o Hurst --- ------ FB ______ .,:__ Grubb ' hits left en d fo r 5 yards. ChenPy rnns b a~y? s.h.e's 'Sitting ? n t he. : 1y paper ,O ffi ciaJs : King, S'sty. W e n k s. lll'OU.J]-d lef t e_nd for 20 yard. 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1930-1931 newspaper issues 5-6 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 5-6  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 5-6 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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