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to one otf its meetings an o.ut-o;fl..towri W·. A, A. 9:50 the men, too, are to be Majors Tossed D ecisive Basket I speaker. ,Mrs. Ch<a uncey :Raimer I 'P' Club 9:5(} along th line!;> of 'charm'. At M'e.n's Twenty ');hkd Victory Registered _ Srn1th 0<j1 Lincoln, who is a merqber Ed. Sci. Movie 7-8 Club Convo.c.ati.on Wednesday they F C d' 1 W-·-'. J;a'nua1·y 18. f .'1 h b ~ or ar tna s ¥RU P REP-AUBURN BASKETBAL otf ~he Nebraska WTi:er's Gui'ld and "" were " !\ Vore~ wit a talk y Miss Y. M. C, A. Y. W. C. A. 7-8 T ear .on the sub1'e.ct of 'Campus -U . . ) a Well known playwright was g",est 1C C h n_ . ,' · ' t . , Co.a·ch Hartman's .m vers1ty o'f Om o.ac rw1a.nd Ed1e .s P~ru Bobk1t- speaker Mon.day evening, January 9 C . C. A. 7-8 ~ our i:~nes, .. t ens jo.urne,ye d to Auburn Friday 1933. ' Thurs. January 19Miss Teiar's .talk, interesting as aha c1>ge crew, after .t rammg the P D C 8 well as educational, ...:iwelt on th·e· Bobcats for the gre.a.ter part of. the S · .,,.. night and a.d:minsiterad .a 15 to 12 re· Mrs. rrutn wri:es both plays and · · · · ' "'' h h th verse to t he Bulldogs of .Aubw·n . .declamatory readings. She1 particuFreshman Clubs 7-9 simple courtesies which throug;h re- game'. cam~ thru wit a eras Ul e Thus as :fur ns Paru arlherents ro·e larly encou'l'aged stud-enlt;s who are Fri. J.annarg 20petition become habitual in the think- last .five mmu~e.s '1!- pl-a,y, to o.ut sco.re conc;r.ned, the '32-'33 season is a sue- just beginning, to wri~ to continue ' Basketball Nebr. City here 8 ( ing gentldman. The gr.oup Qf !Jlen I' the . .~orbe·er five I~ one of the m~st 1. Sao. January 211llmg games witnessed on che 1sh. owed their ..appreciation of her thr. cess, for any Peru te,am c-ap.a bl e of ·an d t o n.eep writing ,fli.rst, She si:(res-. p l Kearney at Peru 8 ·. h111ts .and sugg~~tions .as to proper 1 ei u map es. . d h It be.s ting the scarlet-.c lad Higgensmen se t e opportunities th ~- were open M J 23 I conduct b g· v· M' T t w.as th e t wen t Y· th u·.d cons~cuon t.be laliters floor, are he1d high to those wh.o turned to the declamaon. anu.ai~y · 1 ·Y \ m g iss ear 6 vo ei • • • · omPh'1 sh 1 h 1' Cl···t.. 7 o f th k bef d' . tive wm .for the U111vers1ty af 0 ors, P.. 0 in the e1;teem of Penivian supporters, tory readi}ng field. Here there is . • c .w..i "" • an ·s · ore ,a JOurnmg . h h · 1 th · f' t N I p G M p 0 p 8 p · t M' T ; t ll t' a a c amp1ons, .an e.1r u·s . . Also• t he victory served to value , ·flo r th es e se Iec- 1 '<>-~~ • J am m a u, i meg.a I • rev10.us :. . . so.me ex- a. commercial · t k bo thiss e.ar· s t a {, ac d ion A. A. con"fe re.nce v1ct.orv of t h e 1933 tent to atone f9r the deie1sive deie ~~ tlons do .not require .f4he time that ~ was a en y . e group o sen. . re,.. season. , s uff ered .by the Bobkitte.n grid-iron lon.ge.r articles do. Mrs. Smith read g ards .and encouragement to Wilham The. Bobcats went on a scor:ng spree migits I.ast Fall at the bands o.t the. one of her dieda:mation contest numI Ill Hau~e~, .convelEtS~ing ~n St. Joseph's in the earli~r period o;f the g.ame .an.d County seat eleven. bers~ "Co.urage", which she had writ. h ospit!IT 111 . Neb:aEka Ci t,y. E.ach class wer<1. c>.Utl fo front 14 to s;. .then the The game was a r o.ugb affair, Re- ten. Everything which she has was to . wnte hlln a c.~rd. o~· le~er on Car<linals with Patterson leading thei fe rea Graham calling .a .t otal ' of 21 wriltten has been f~r IconsGicuttve days with t.ihe :>.tt;ack, sattled .down a.n in .a short . v a purpose or b y . I • • '1 . Thbegmmng a foa ls againsb the contesting quinteits. request and until it has lxren .accep- 1 --)Jumor c !.\ S~ on .urs a~. . . while the count stoo.d 14 all. Of this number, 12 were c-ommitted by ted hy a publishing compa sh d Grace R o.wlison's girl's basket ball Coach G1lkeson maide a prelimm . r y The Br>b.c ats fLarred up ag.ain and . , · · I , . n.y e oe:s announcement of tentativ~ plans for " the Jumo.r Bobcats. I'"nese fouls '}>rov- \not present lt to the p.ublic. team won their third consecu,tive v1chi . . werE\ lea.din g 22 to 17 at the halfed quite costly t o Peru, as Auburn M.'rs. Smith~s exoerieinices as a play- tor.y when they d~ated Nadine An· a n .a.ti betJ~ Dthr~gi~amt .o~th an thin~ra- t.ime. Omah a's lineup w as revised at · · · · · 1nu1,a asLS, 1s me w1 en usiasS.core d 8 of th · en 12 pomts via char- wright were interf!sting as well as .drews' team with the score 22-21. 1 ti ··· . th the begfoing uf the second h alf with · l · · J · · · · . :c approv.a 1 m e .group. tt,y ane. In contrast, the 'B01bk1ttens v.astl,y inflormative. She presented Eac h o.fJ thQ four teams captamed by Ossian rfiPLacing Captain Sales, and con v erted on (bu t 3 of their gi:.ft at- It.he Ii~ .af requiremen•;s which vari- Grace _Rowlison, Melba Copes,, Beryl ANTELOPES ARE Hega rt.y were at forward foy Wilkin t~ptls. Kelso, vetera n Peru g.uara,. / ous play ho.uses listed .as ~eested in Darting, and Na.dine An_dre\YS met in CA'FS NEXT .FOE son. The same five that started the w as eject ed in t.h,1 fi1 s C half, on per- pla,ys that sell. Plays which the contest every one Of the other I h g.ame for Peru, re)nained in the lineso nals, and Leahy and Captain Vel- seUI .best a:re those ha~ing ei her all teams. The two-.court rules were us- IT T ~ An~el~pes :fr?m Kearney Strute up and maintained their le&d fol' vi c k pu.1;:med a s imUair C()Ul:S~ before or •a majority- of women ~aacters, ed which .gives each tl:!'am three eac ~s 0 t e Wlll b.e th-e .next op- most of the se~ond half. t h e third canto had tw-minated. wh:i lesome, no. sophi~ticatio one g.u ii.r.d1s and three florwards. ponenij; .for t he Bobc ats, when. the Coac h H artman sent Wilkinson ,..,.. O'ff to .an 1ausp1c. . • • two teams c1as here Saturday mght' lanky .f orward, and Captam · 'Chi··.. Th e Pr eipsters g"'~ sat, not extxemely hterary an lenty 1· Although each ,t eam wished. vie2 ious start when Railsl;>aek bagged a af clever lines . \ tory ·fo.r itself\ all were satisfied that JaCnuaryh Tl. . - . Sales back into the lineup. With . l one-h aU;d er :from the SllUe ,,,, . . h m.a d e several sugges- ' the c h amp1ons . h'~p h ad g-0ne t o t·h e 'f' oac . h ed James is. hack m the p a tt.erson an.d W .1'lk'111so.n 'h Ou" on th. e sensat lona .M rs. .S}'l1111l h . . . plays. . . p.aymg • thr oug h - te. 1d wit !'.not, e.r . qumtet ""'' .t h e 0 ma h a f'1ve pu 11e d mto · 1. Velvick tlupl icated t.his t e at i::b ortly t 10ns as to act ion, rn . t earn ·d omg super10r . , that pro- b as k tV,,, after war.ds,, and Per.u comma.ruder a, A pliay should pe intelligent in 1 out !'he to.ui:nament. Rowlison's team mises 1lo ma~e .a .bid for .the Con:fler- the lead .and were going .strong when . . should happen on the I d'd . th e gam.,. " en ded 40 t o 31 · 4 to 1 Iea-u. Bef · ore t h e h aIf end...A, .,... pantom•ne; it I· .no spasmo d'.ic br1·11·1an t p 1aymg J·enC'ej .champwnship. Velvick r.ammed home another pair stage not be--taliked about; it sho.uld ' but exhii.pitedl a ste.acly, well org.a nized baii .~e B~bcai:s. play the hr.an~ of Ca~tain 'Red' Prie.f:rt and Bob ofi field goals, sntd the Pu rple and n ot d€f]Jend .upon seliting fbr it/> ef· I teamwork with aoc urate well placed 1 • .t e.y ~id ag.amst Omaha Univer- Carm1ch nel wen~ the high scorea·s fo r -6: 0\.\\ \oss~.. e.n~oye.d an 8 to a1 1etl-<l ·fee iveness; speeches s·nould be brieiti, J sh ots. Th e l ine-Np w as Ro.wlj.son, sity m th~ir loast ~ome game, the An- 1the Bobcats with Punches turning in at the . half-tim~ _tnt&val. natur.al and in everyday lang.uage\. A· C;awilord, Scott, Mendenhall, Davey, !~~·~es will not lfmd the Peru t eam a 1.a fine. defensrve game. To~ly .replacDurm g t..he seccnd h.alf, the Bull- one-act comedy "What Wo.ukl Yo.u \ Mathews,, Jodry, Crabtr.e~ Seltzer. p. eel Pnefert for a short while rn the <log quintet held .o n with t ypical Bull- Do?" which she had · soldl to the C.ope's team met Andrews'. for the l ast half and W ebb we;nt in at f or. PERU'S TEAM PLAYS dog tenacity and at one tL 11 c~ e:.·njo~ed . .French comp.any was read by Mrs. .first game. It appe<.are.d at first as AT war.d for Andrews. Lloy<l P atterson, a 11 to 10 lead ovey their traditional .Smith.. If Andrews might diight thro.ugh _ to · CHADRON Omaha g uard w.as far the ouitstanding €0.ach Lorbeer and nine meim,bers rjv.als. This advantage, however was M.iss Tear read exceirpts from n victory .as the sco.re stoo~ 6-4 ·in their player of the even.ing, gathewing nine. ... of his squad left, Sunday 'tflor a two sh o.r.t lived as 'Brownie'. Velvick again Jetter which she had receiveld from .f avor .at the end of · the1 first1 quarter teen points, seven of which weu·e swished a two-pointer tlhr.u the net- Mrs, Lon Gra.fl who is niJw in Glen- Organized team work as w.eH as game trip i with the Chadron Eagles. ma.de .at the free tlirow lin e<. Th e ting ro ili'.aw the g.ame out of the fire.. d I c !'if · M G ,swtft accurate goal shots soon put dT.he ga~eTus~~~e playad_there ondM-0hn-' Bobc ats scored eleven field goals to . s h .. n.lt h a e ?. I' orni.a. rs. ra.f~ a mem' . ay anw <»Uay ieiverung .an t e . t f th c a· l b t I d j Ma1ors, op omore guard, ICIC!U t e bell' oJr Sigma Tau Delta 9tiated tha" Copes team ahN1d durmg thei second t . t d t t he' six een · or e ar. ma s u e n . , "' . earn is expec e o re urn to t 1r ti1 f · th · t · ht contlfct near the e.nd of the fourth her stories .and verses hai<l ibeen -ac- quarter. The·y m aintained this lead- I t ,a· W d d aft e · roe rows nme o e1g · +nd f'n 1 d · · h · h h s ies e nes ay ' e.rn.oo.n. Fo. r three g ua rters of the !!ame q u ar t er, w h en his .att eanp...., 1.,.. cept€id by "Successful Farming" ma- ers h1p throug: out t el rest of L e Th f 11 . B b t d th ~ 0 ca s ma. e t · · · . . e 0 owmg ·e Lorbeer's BobcHts, threw a scare into 1 goa rang rue. gazine and the "Kansas City Post." game; endmg with th!} s.c or.e 27-21. t.ri.o : .CRptain 'Reid' Frie.fer" Pe.der· k · h 9 P 0 111 · t 1 •the p u M d b"" l t th t v the cham_o.ions 1933 h 0p es and it look. v e JvJc • wi . s, eu er· At the close of the meeting refrseh. .any were ou. v.LU as 0 e ~u · sen, Carmic'hael, Punches, Andrews, vian .atJtacR:, while the so rr~l-thatcbed men~ were served ib:y a committee come oil the game between Rowhson M """ 11 H d H t h d ed .as if the Bcxbc.ats were goin g to A.b ington led bis m a'i'es by g arnering D · Th 1 tt k h oore, .i:o y, ow.ar a c er an put an end to thM:, string of victo ries in chiJ.rge of Garoline.i Calder. and .arting. e a er too t e Denny. ooi which the Omahans boast. a total o1 4 mar\<,ers. \ lead during the first quarter .b.ut The line-up Rowliso.n forged i>.haa.cl PY making The P~r.u Bohc.ats, .as ,you will re1 member, stm hold a record made, not p ERU PREP (1 <.> ' -,.g fit · fi p ts ' I fi.f1~en 'p.oints in the second qu,arter. V l!lv ick .c) f 4 1 4 ~ J Darting's players pushed their score so lo.ng ago, of 54 con~e.cutive victorRa~Isback f 1 1 1 31 ~ighlqr and .began to gain on thej1r ies. Isn't that somelthin g to ,£ho.Ult at? O O 4 O · h/ A crowd ~stim ated at no less than Lea h.y c opponents b.ut the w h istl e (h'•1ew wit Adams c O 1 O 1 Rowlison still three points ·ahead. a t ho UiSa nd .attended the gam~. Peru c uf o o o o 'l'he All-Colle;ge dance sp onsored by will play at Omaha, Februiary .1&. owe 0 The Father .an<l Son_ Banqu.el~ held Rowli~on,, 23, Da'.ting, 20. . .t he p Club and held in the high OMAHA PERU Kelso g 0 0 4 in the b.asement off the Methodist As m the .previous games the! vie- h 1 d't . F 'd . ht d Majo rs g 1 0 0 2 . h J . . torious team seem9d at first to be sc oo au ·I ormu n ay nig rew H FT F B FT F Chu rch Wednesday nig .t , anu•ary l-, 1 . d , t 0 1 d one ofl thei largE?J·t 1irow.ds af the se,a- Wilkinson, f 6 1· O Carmichael Pugh g O O . O .0 attracteid a total of 116 men sntl boys. osi~g .groun · . op: s earn P aye son. -The event was scheduled for Curtis, f 1 fl 1 4 7 2 T.otai 6 3 13 15 Every minute of ·t he ·aff.air was p<ack- rapl'dly and Rowhson s sextelt follow- . ht , 1 k d f th t t' H 0 "'~ fi fi ts . . e1g o c oc Hn rom a imit on agerty, f 1 '.! Webb, f o oo A U BURN (12) .L.J:; . 1 0 2 Andrews, f o o 1 Ab· t • f 1 t 2 1 p 4 ed with interest an:d seemed ,to ,be pe.r- ·ed a few pomts. .b~hmd ,but. put up . a th e gr.oup assem bl e d , procee d e d to Sal.,o. ·""" c mg on meate.d with .the mutu.al warm~h of good ste~dy :flight, Playing became ab irndo.n thsmselves to the modern "Batterson, g 6 7 O Pedersen, c 2 O 2 Ch.am ber s f O 3 O 3 goo<l feU~wship. more ra~id · :and .intense. Rowlison's version ofl the art o.f terpsichorean Fo.uas, gO O 3 Priefert, g 3 2 a Ely c 0 2 l 2 Those present first co ngreitated team m amta111ed its perseverance and ~xpr. essi'on. I O O 2 o ~ Byers, g 1 0 2 Punches, g 1 2 0 Sai ors g upstairs, .f1rom where they gathered. won the g.ame. Rowlison 24 -Copei lS: Besides be in g· outstanding from the Totals 16 8 10 Tolly, 5 O O 1 1.0 1 ~ ~ in the basement for th~ 'eatl>'. He.re (c) Bohl g Darting's team ieiasi'ly gained, the viewpoint o;f number, the color-ful Total 10 11 8 0 Purdue g in typical male fashion, justice was victory over Andrew's team. Both assemblage was marked for their 6 Officials Ref . .A!d.ams, On:iaha, Um2 B 8 12 done to an excelle;nt mea~. Esca1Iop-· put u.p strong def'ensiv.e play.fog <it spirit of congeniality and convivial- pire Pressle.y of Omaha.. Total Previous t o t he g ame the reserve eld Chicken, masheq potatoes and .f.lirst .so that the q.uarter enc1C!jd with ity. Ten-thirty came .all too soon a.nd representatio n of both schools en- .gr.avy,, ba ked. beans, hot r olls, cabb~ ge each side having 111ade jus: one bas- the wor.ds Qf ·disappointment voiced AUBURN BOY KILIJED gaged in a t ussle that fou.nd the Au- arnd .c arrot sa1ad, pickles and jelly k~t. fr.o m then on Dartmg's team by those pres ent at 't,he condusion of IN AIRPLANE DISASTER b11rn iboys on t hei long en.a of the constituted .the m~in .p art of the mE1'3 1. ~a.di~ ~api~ g~in with the game end- the last piec~ by the orchestha .t esti-1 Hundreds .oiJ Peru stwdents r.ushe,d horn to t he t.une of 27 to 14· Accompanymg this wias hot coffee and m g m their favor 33-19. , flied to the success of the ,aff,air. , to the scene of T11esday's airplane gen e1rous slabs of .apple pie. A large, The game between Rowlison and 1 Crandall's Artists furnished the i crash to view t'lle charred ruins o·f ELEMoENTAlRY CLUB portion O'f thei .flooid was :donated by Andrews' team pr.oV'ad an exciting syncopation, and even lthey failed !the plane, mut<i testimony to the acR ETUR NS TO CHILDHOOD women members of the coll).munity. as well .as the -crucial game as it gave to dampen the ardor .and enthusiesm cident that cla,imed the 1ife ai one~ So well has t h-a earlv elementary The serving oJJ the meal was p~rfc.rm- the champions'hip to the form~r. At o1J the d ancers. M;ay thes~ events and painftilly injured two othelrs .. cluib develope d the spirit a.fl child- edi by the W. C. T.. U the end o:fl the first quarter' Andrews come aftener. Joseph Boyles, Jr., was b.urned to hood that its m em bers 'forsook their I Virgil Bu g bee, repreif;enting t,he team was .Iaad!ng., During the second / death and Barton Fu.rlon.g s u.stained stately ways ,and donned· rompers or College Y. M). C. A. gave bhe wel- q.u.arter Rowhson s team ibiegan.- to. BIOLOGY MQVI•E GIVEN some 1bro.ke n ribs, a broken toe .and children's dresses f!o r a ki.d par.ty. Tbe come .and introduced the1 toastmaster build u.p the score until at tJil.e half The thind df a series of .t en ed- ,p ainful cu.t s and .b.rui§~. Both y.o.ung fun was spont a neo us as is natural . of the evening, Mr. 'Pat'· Norwood. tb.e score stood 7-6. The most raptd ucation.al flilm programs wa.S given in men were residents of Auburn, and wj;tb children. Miss Gard spoke 'f/J.r. Norwood handled' his position in pl\aying occurred in the last minute the colleg·e auditor.tum Tuesday even- were well 1mown by !t,he A:u,b urn porp iec.e, "Mary Had .a Little Lamb" a man.ner pleas~g and int~esting. and a .halfl when three baskets were ing·. 'These prog rams •are sponso.red ti.on of our studelnt population. T·he. Carmella Br;ogna sang .a song and His rrurth-pro.vokmg statements add- maid:e. Andrews thr.ew he,r la.st bas- by the science d~artme)'lt and the pilot, E. C. Karstens .o·f Shu~ert, was Vera S im lenb.erg gave .a reading and e.d much tt;.o .t he joviality zyf the occas- ket just. as the whistle .'b lew. The score films .are fu.rnished by the American less ser ious f,y injured'. t ap d,ance. Helen :Brooker gave an J_o;n.. In tu·rn, M~. Nonvood pre&mted w~s R~lisol} 22-Andr.e ws, 19. Mus~um o.11 Natural Ristor.y. The At the time of writing, Uh.e. torn interpretation ofl Little Bo Peep., the speaker o:ll the evening, Dr. J. Althoug h the .champio.nS'hip had films for '.t'Jiis prog.ram 1d·ealt with wing Q'f the plane! may still be 's een Game.s were p1ayed and lollipops . Stanley Brown. Every man or boy alre~ been determined Darting cottxm ,and .copper and included a in 1the top of the l'arge rotto.nwood 1 were serV'ed. (Continued on Page Four.) (Conti.nue.d on P age Four.) /Canadian sce~ic film. / tre, one~half mile north of the depot.

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ave sen d. I h v h.,;lped to make the horse discussion meeti ng. ed E v ening . ' and b uiit .drawer · · shdes rackm o I pe'Ople's · the .auto-mechamcs engme · union servke ;to. b e announ.c . . . . . ·f" ·sh t he prese(nt ' 0.0 . Do ,y ou have it? What?- 'Ilhe Diseiase. .There's an e~1dem1c m When the ~~ys m~ aldn toy ·w et(lne.sday,. Jan.u a~.y 25, 7 . p. ~·,:, Social Committ3 e, Miss Girls Club Counc1~ Ma.dame Eliza Morgan Hall, He next, icalled a ministelr and ask- project they will begm m g ~ra-ye.r . m®tmg . 8.00 p. m :,. , choir Miss Y. w. and Sir Y. M. h ave become so conce'fned at the sympt!oms ~di' ''What have .you done for the ai;plan~. practice . that Dr. Personal Appear ance. has .}:een called• F·eeling that he alone _was ki~g.dom?" , W.hen .coming .t? c h urch, r e m ember unable to comb.at this .dreadflul <lisease and that there were t""._o. aspaci;:illy . .The minister .answereidi: "I have " 1 didn't suppose .central was a -Ent er t o w orship, d ep art -trained.nm·ses who could aj:>ly assist him heJ has consulted .M)sses a great ch1l.rch to the g lory real person," was a coin.inent made D. S. Co ad, .M1 mst e.r .M:annei·s and Elsa Etiquie1Ut1e. After diagnosing the case they h ave issued .o.il God, and I h ave preached the g os- by a thlrd g rade gTrl when 'heir class ;:-::;·;;;·-=..=:::;:;:::;=::=:;:::;:=:=::=:;::=::;:;: the following report an<l · prescri'pt~ori. . pel to ithe poor." visited the telephone office. The .,.. . The •ejpidemic is somewhat general .and of a. ser10us ljype. It is usAgain the king .s aid: ".Well ido,ne.''. t hird grade social scienc'e' ctass h ad u 2 lly .caused by carelessness. thoughtle.ssness o.r 1gnor,ance or b.~ ·a co1?Next he called a teacheir and asked been stud11ing .communfoation and binatio.n of .all three accompani~d .~.Y lack ~fl interest.. It m amfests it- hi m: "W·h atl have you done for the took · a journey oil di!Scove.r..y to flind . .. ' sel-f in various ways- crudeness m dress, m speiech, m cour~s~ to ~l h:rs o.o.d Qil the king.dom?" fur themselves · h-0w messag es .are in social asso.ciations. In cases whi~h lin~ fu~ s~vei.ral years it w1li m- g Arid th~ teacher answered: "I have sent. T'he1 tel~phonei operators were!i e.vit?.ibly lower the pe.rsonal r e1putat1on o.f its ~1ctim and. mayhap result no renort to make. I ha vie idone vel'.y very co.unt.eo.us to th.e1 class. They . SURGEON in the 1oss ofl position. 'I'het best re~edy 1s to g ive t he p atient small doses showe d ho'W ceJ;lt.ral .he-lps ~bem_,BJJd little." of the right thing to do .at ·all t imes. it The king sai.d: "Surely you 'have deJTionstrated the use1 o·f the switch- I PHYSICIAN Tha strange part abou.t th.is perscription is t h e ~e with which d.orie something ." board. may h.e taken fur it is especiald.y sweet to the tia~te., even to thEI point t h at And the teacher a.nswe<r ed: " Very "How can you under.stand what Phones, Reside.ne e 28, Office' 7 it is desir.ed and wedcomed by t!he receiver. And t he r esult s are extreme- little, 0 King. I h ave simply taught d.ots arucl d ashes rre a::1? . asked one Jy gratifying to the p.atient. lf1 you .are ,a sufferer of t his <lread conta- the physician who discovered the se- .boy of Mr. Lewis, .th~ telegraiph o.pg'ion he\!-ei is the first suggestion to.ward recovery. ~ jiqQ_rs: 9 to Always d 6. the kind Ith I el'at.or .at the depot. He ei.xplained and to 5 yfl. t the methods cxf sending IllleS§a ges a.nd thing ev.e n tho ug h it may invol_ve violating oa rigid r.ule laid down by rum that kltjpt the .city hea h t ?.u.ght the business man w ese .ee . Emily Post herse1'£ (This selcom h~ p pens). Kindness then is the fli r st dose sailed lthe seven SeJais. I t aug ht the asked the children to "listen in." W atch next week ·f or the sacond. 'opal G.aines and Phy llis P apez had T -'1A. ... ..,.I A N D TRANSFER minister who erected the" c h urc h to

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In s ch blocks, studentll shouM either t.ake t~e I TUM.-:SLERS SHO\V . what she . thi-nks. . Whethe.r the femiJ chanc·e of walking on .t he property-owners grass or observe the traflf1c nine p opula ce o.f. Peru w.ill he rele.::;·BOB.~ KNAPP ' rules whkh apply to all hi:ken, noamely walking on the; side of the road to ·, · AGiiITY ated. tQ the. scrap heap will b e decided On ·t he pavement :niext to : meet t he car head .on- i11. othe.r wor.ds, going in the opposi'lie id!i.recticn than : Fridar .t h,e at th'E;. .debate between Y. ·W. and S wanson Hall. [ the car coming .towards you. This giv€tS th·e _dll"iver the opportunity of I progr?m give~ .by .t he W·o,men's Phys- . Y . .M. W ednesday evening. .Merle : seeing y.o u as well as your seeing him. This saves w.o.r ry and grief .over ical d epartment _in Chapel Peek, Dwight . W•a1do ·.a nd D a n a SniYour suit cleaned .and pressed r egrettable .and avoidable ·ac.ciidents. Friday!, w~. a s u.c:c1.s s. .. . ~ . take t he negative qf the a.hove There is an old adage saying that, "Lig-htning neve.r strikes in t he ~wo d ancef!; "'Sambo" and "O_Id ·statement whil Caroline Oalder . 75 ce~ts s0mei place twice." It is advisai:>le 1to note that t his ad age h as been dis- m, an" wera g ive n liy ten members of e ' Peru Cleaner.s & Tailors Dorothy Brenner Florence Marprove.d time and again, for misfortune o nce ilalls, ·a.cciClents, .ecc.ur in al arm. the clog class. Those who- :Uanced t~n wil.l .conf irm its.and t.rut.h. Ev~body 1. A . CEJKA, Pl!'op. ing <-eqqenc·o. were Georgi.a .. Carder, .flin<l •t h,is entertaining as w el:l as P hone 62 lf this is be1ievcl'jd to .be mo.ralizfog·, it .is well tn heed its warning, T\orothy P arker """ldred Jodl'.U w· 1"1 . ¥ , Silence, Virgirifa , ! "'~ · Vanct'l. . .,. · ·' Milodred "' ' - · .. erh.iaps inf ormative. · ·,and be ca1'€Uul, .:f!or ac.cid!ents and. deaths may occur even in the isol.ated llll;l ' ;'corner which Peru occupies.- A J. I Owe1n, "Virgiri_ia.' . n't-:;othy'' -i I ; P !',ckarcL, Caroline Calder , Phyllis EVERETTS, MEET PHILCO RADIO • 1 · .. HENRY FI~~D \Pape;<1, JY]a1:y~-- Sto1.1ff.;er , ·_:·..a.nd. Jle:lel.lLOCATION .· ~ -, VJS1TS PHILO : tD,:,~~~yldg;arbeh,d in. ~i:.a~_n!Pas.ter ovf.ralls, $18.75 ' The .Ever~ society h eM its re!!'ular "Sn n n n n p f_;JL:f" D 't b 1 :l!iPPe tq t ·e . t uµe '.~.'Yer~in' on .t he 1i1eeting in tthe Little · Theatre last Students g~t nne for .y.ou.r - - - -·... -on e Railro.ad"; ' 1 ·' · A Fresh Line of Thursday night . A!fter the business alarmed.. It's ·only the echo of Hen- i Roollli! E asy payments-. ,, . . • · Ten men,bers of the tumbling class !;,,eietdng a pmgr am o.fl three numbers r,y F1e1d s sno.nng at Ph1lo las., Thurs- h e1d the unidiv.i detl alttention o'f the Grocer ieswas given. Evelyn Davis gave .a .day evening. No, 11he hero oil KFNF a.udience fJor fifi"eeln minufes N adine A ~pecial ev ery Sat . 1·e.ading, "Who's Afraid". A trio .con- in th~ person cxf W•ayne Lake wasn't Andrews showed 'h er' athletic powers sisting ci.f1 Ada Brady, Eve!iy.n Brecht bore'd-!far be it .flrom such. He w.as when sh e dived over the prostrate j 1 and Gwendolyn Paine sa:ng ":{,et Me :drea ming! A p rogTam CYf ,g re at beau- .bodies of eight girls. Call Yo.u Sweethearlt.", "To a .W ild .Marjorie You n g,. V'e ra Shule.n.berg , 1 1 (Where your money buys mere) Rose", and "Sweet Su€". Then all the ty .and t. at~nt was. passing beflor~ t he new members wer e .given oppQrtuniby mind ilie announcer . and Leonona Bernard gave t,o .do s.omd group singing.. men't to his great r.adio audi!ence. 'er.al difficult :f!eats. Lucille Harpster " Celebrities m ade their ·entrances and displayed un.usual str ength for 1a g irl DRi. SMITH RiE TUR NS ·exits. Kat e Smit.h alias Claud'La Lu- when she easily held Winfli r ed Pettit Dr. Geor ge Smith, who has been in se sang, 'And You Are Mi'ne'. I fl .any on her shoul.d.e:rs.. Omaha for the past number of weeks Co.tree iand ChocoLate. one thinks Cla.di.a doesn't posse~0 s that Beryl Dar ting,, Virginia Mathews under do.ct.o r's .c.are h as retur.ned to "Our lunches always satisfy" Smith .1lig.ure he was mistaken T.hurs- Dorothy Folkes, .Miss Davidson and Confectionery and Fruits-Per.u and will r esume ·his tetaching day, .L ucille Caroth~rs in whirls of ·all of ,the above ment ioned pwflormed work during the ·second semester. lace g1ave .an interpret ive Spanish well in the bui1~ng o:ti p y r amids. GrQceries .and Fresh Meats. However Dr. Smith's .heialith will not dance. Harriett Anne Kingsolver w as This p rogr.am g.avei insigh t into See us for School S9pplies permit liis r esuming the foxmer loa:d the ch aracter .of work being done b which he c.arried so Mrs. P. H. Nor- ac.companist. "I'm sixty but I look sixt een,'' Eldthe W om en's Physical Education d;_ wo.ocl wru icontinu~ her w:ork in Short na W allace Hopper speaking~ .Qhru p artment u nder t he1 direction of ~ tory .and Mode1·n Poetry. 7.3 the lips uf Martha Pisar. Milo.u ise Phyllis Davids on. Phone , the g lory .o·f G.od."

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PERU PEDAGAGIAN - ~~~~~ ' f . ~~~~~~=~~~~~~~=====~~~~=~~==~~~~=~~~~~~=~ -~ - ~ . rie.nidships are form~·.. t .... b ~ n o so muc n m ore ad va n)::~d in years. I DOGS IN TFE MEAITHOUSE'' d eca~se o.fl a n a ttraction f or t h e p er- To )nake a trio Qff pLays v.arying- !"FRAUBE.Ri." . an st ont ut b ecause o.f ·a similarity in gr.ean y, D. J . N a.h or s,, sp onsor of the \ Bar.ratll H. Clark · commen't:t; on . A. E. JOHNSON, D. D. S • ' ..... ~~~ as es. Sophisttc.ati.on is n ot culture c1u b Ib ro ug .. .... t to t h e attention of the Conkle's - °l' nu can fool soroe of t he people all of F p 1a ys as f .o11 ows; "Mr , X-RAY SERVICE or it is like sun bur n w hi'ch will gr o.up •a new an d· nove l come dy, "The Conkle possesses .a r eail g iflt ·f o.r satire · the time. and o.11 of the people some o.f t h e PHONE 3'6 titne. but t he rest of tohe time they w ill !)eel i n a .f ew -d ays; real t a n is lasting Wa.rrioJ-s'~ Hu.sbarid." Back to the and a Dickensi·an sense of humor. He 1 ::i.s ii:: cu lture. d Id d · h h t h make fool.s of t emse ves. .goo o , . a ys when w.ome n :tlou ght h as so .t,iar .deHneated ~ e c ar.ac ers T h ose p eople wh o shun culture ,by the war s •and p amper<etd. their deli- belon ging to a genei,at1on older than Even our flaculty have! s uppressed t erm ing it ''h:i'gh br.ow" •do so beca use cat e m en the readers w e r e. carried, his own. It is ~erhaps unnecessary desires and from the V o\,ley B all t hey t h emse.l ves will .neV'elr p ossess it. Hipp ol,y t a .ag.ain r uled h ea- kin gdom to say that ~.ot al_~ t he1 people in Negoame t(here must be those whose once A string qu artet comp osed. of Wil- a nd gave <lireictions although the ~r ask a,,. and its n.~1 ghJ~ot!~ g .st a.tes ar.e THE MARDIS STORE ~ret ambition was to be a g.reat ma Silence, Ru t h Niavia ux, H~le n Gil- w. 0 ~,ds of her a ncient Gree k •ar e some- hke these he depicts m hls pl.ays. Hls athlete. bert an<l Wi nifred. Pettit~ .and accom' · · • inte,rest reverts to ·the tillers o·f the. Q11ality Merchandise Best p 41c:o 11 l d p anied by Eunice BuITb~iidge at the I w~at t m ge1d Wlth moaern 1ing~. This soil who .drive t•"" ms o.f' horses and ro...~sor >:>teck, esp ecia ·y , P aye iia n a played' a selection. '· pl,-.y m a y be on the -dramatic pro'"'" Lo.w Pric~ r ight on the gro.und flo or. I griam fu.r 1933-34. n ot tr.act.O.llSI. They came from llln..... · te n t"10 n s wer e "'=>-~~~ ~ _ _ Th ese reviews consumed the ma- in ois and Indi.an•a-· some eV'en f'\rom ..c J.·Q f essor K a h n •s m .all right b.ut he Jacked· t he heig ht to ~! jor p ortion • o.f the· clu.b ,busin·e ss meet- Vir~inia and North Carolina... Their . sometiimes rich i.diomatic 1 Carr...., t hem o.ut . H owe V'e'l7, . som.e of rn.g. F'1ve pays are b e1n~ p 1ann ed qu.amt .and . . men ar e the m 1-i;·httest. · · f or t h e nex..,~. E:OCla . 1 m=wng, ....,.., Th hke their relig ion and their Oul. srnal'-~t ,...., LCD w• . urs- speech . . ~~--=--- -~ •d F b · 19 • \ pr.1 losophy, have now almost disap- _ ~-""'"-~ ia.y, eJ ru.ary · _,.,, Th d 'd 't -·.. h ' ·€1ar<>U1. ey . ~ n re""' muc ., M r On the 0 with you W ilt, tho.u keep the vow, 'Till •u1Gath ; CRAWDADS Conkle tells mE.\ hut they were wise. STRING QUARTET PLAYS I And they have now been relegoated to do JJS ,part"? • , • the year 0 Just bow flar wilD yo u go m gJVI n.g This i s ju.st to remind :the general ~ . violin qu.artet composed of the past, .along with t heir co.al-oil up yo u r independent ideas, to y o.ur perha ps slighly anxious pui>lic that Wmifred BROWNS EAT SHOP Pettit, Helen Gilbert, 1 Lamps, theiir spl·ing buck·b a.ards and husband o.r wife, as th.e c ase m ay .all the rnember.s af the swimming club I Ruth Naviaux. and Wilma Sil~ce their homespun clothes. Thelir daube? h ,a ve n ot dr.ownefd! In fact; they're ! went to Burr Friday evening to play ghters anid sons are ·ashame.di CYf them. · Ac:c.ording t o It.ha E n glish . Liter a- ~e.ry muich alive: ~nd kicking (when the. school play that was given l'vei known and loved· these people KINGS BARBER SHOP ture clas.s, t h ere iS r.oom f o r .ar.gu- m the w ater)_ Smee there is pr.act- / t he re. Gerald Naviaux, graduate! .ti .and have tho.ught them worth rem ent. Your Patronage Appreciated ic ally no .business ever to be trall3act- 193), i.s SU;perintendent o<f the Gra$ cording. They mustn't be doomed to 'some will tboe willing t o go 5&% of . .and this is p.ure~y a 1 ~reational club j school. · . the\ great. obli,;ion . that is tio engulf : Hair Cuts Are Now 25 cents t he w:ay but' Vi rg.i n ia Math ews be- httle has been sa1d about it. However, · ....,_ ... _ ... _ ... _ . . , _ ... _ ... the rest of us. ~ Under Barnes Pharmacy lieves in the! supreme r ule of w omen, e ach Monday night .re\g.u'lar meetings Pr cpably a few y.e ar s flrom n ow w e ave beena hood throughout semes- ._ ... _ . . , _ ... _ . . , _ ... _ ... _ , and mig hty lot of the swimming · wiU fiind. Mjs.s Mathew s .a ver:y 1 suc- hter cessful Physical Education instruc- has beM acco111pli~hed in that time. tor, while in her c ozy little hom e Certainty .thi.s clujb is one of the most Mr. Edward O'Del4 gr.aduiate o.f ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP th ere will .b e a n " individu.al" in a valuable 0J1 ~e camp.us, developing Peru in 1915 who is no.w living at his When you are pleasant we are satisfied larg e chec ked .apron , patiently and sportsm anship and providing .complete home! .at 1023 Soutfu 23 Street, O.maha, All Work Guaranteed. wearily tcook.ing dinner .and stoppin g recreation. Those who wish to join was a campus visitor 13.S'tt week. fl<\ occasionally to dry a sm all. dripping next semester and have a splendid wa.s .accomp.anied .b.y his son·, Wai rem, P.ho.ne 109 Pho.ne 169 J.P. CLARK nose whose di·m ua t ive owner seems time, will find tha.t .the Freshman wh.o pLans to -entief the College next swi~m.ing Club i.s ju.st tim· pface f-0r semester. M.r. O'Dell, junior, is w_e ll 1 to cry constantly. him. rememibered heire at. Peru as one ofl Iil at .any time, particularly on the trorr~bone players in the :Music w e ek-ends, you feel!. c on s.cio.i.: s-str ick .; n KODAK CLUB conteslt; last year. Re! will be .a most about sitting in Eliza Morgan p arlor vahi!J.~1Ie .addition to the ban? and and being compelled. t s look .at the Meeting in thei chemistry labora- .o rchestra the coming s-emester. sights ther ein, you might d rop a tory on , Thursday evening, the ·memnickle in t~ ctavempor ,t u n der the hers oiJ the Kodak Clt;jb spent a most "THE MA,Y OR OF SHERM: clock. Of course ff .you .ieeli a.s inter.el3ting and pr.a fitable hou.r de- TER,'' .a comedy of Nebr.aska "crick J tiho.ugh it wasn 't worth ft, yo UI are v eloping a ililm. Theiy seqm to find bot tom" cha r acters by Ellsworth P. -privileged to \Q.Ok withou t pa,ying . som e liing very fascmatin~ al5o ~t .ihis- Cc nkle, of l. Peru, Nebriaska, was giv- \ we will •appreciate ,your patronage. .and have spent tw.o meetmgs Of en- en ilt.s preie,re by .d.r .amati.cs students 1 ___ \ thusiastnc wol'k on the sutbject. at the University o·f low.a.. Conkle - Th ->..J en l oud .disturbanced Next time they plan to hold the at1 present is a gra:duate student .a t os e SU UlU • • , h th. · h e ard wer-\ n ot!hi n g b u t meetmg at H1iJ.eman s w ere e1r dram11.tic .art at Iowa. He graduated you r,n.av h ave "' .,., "'h 'll .h · t' · ' .., 0 o:f a .disput e between £aculty sponsor resiu.es. .1. · ey w1 from the Peru Training School · and t e con inuaw· · . . . . c;;;:h rd and his r o.om mate Boo· s experiment with .taking mdoor pieCclleg e, and took his under.grad11ate Bill · '-' uma 1 • 1 W a Ldo . Not tbat we desire ;t o ad-0 tures. work .and part of his graduate! co ..... ~J to the fire b ut t his m~y help legiate studies .at the UniversitY' of J.'IJ."" PERSONALITY CLUB N e b r as k a. H e a Iso spent +.. •• poor Bill who s eiems so .far - to b e "'vvo years a etti'ng the worsrlj a f t h e a r guement. .alt, Ya!., .and w.as aiblroad for a year "' "IT GOES T O SH OW-" The Personality Club, with an en- on a Gu&"genheim f\;llowship. roHment a.f !forty, he}'d. a weill attendHe has written a number o·f short er :meeting in the Home Economics plays, some of! which have. been proI outlint.1d every c hap t er weU, For $2.00 oom at the Tr.ajne.rs' School o.n Thura.- duced. by little theaters in V•ario.us B ut Ern ie only rea.d'. d ay evening. MrS,, Ames g.ave an ex- parts of the country. Most o:fl them For $1.50 I s tu.diecl bour.s e.very n ight, tremely inter esting and valuable talk de.a.I w.it,h rur.al N~aska life. Among And Erina. w ent :to oe<l. on the proper care of the skin, and hit long plays., one entt;itleP, OXGENFor $1.00 the beauty <Yf ,the hair. She• demon- EJRATOR was produced by Gilmore . d ed. h igh My themes w ere a l w ays g ria st.rated (b.Y g iving Miss Etmund a Brown at the. ·Pasadena community, At the Peru Studio every Wednesday · N e ver les s t han "B" an<! -faciial. Many questio.ns from the play-house. Another f1u.Jlr length comWhile Er:nie's " shieet" so short eager group, s~lking knowledge, edy, "DOBBE¥ AND 'SON" w.as proP. M. to make Sittings brief! turned the latter half ,ctr the meeting duce.d at thn Duluth playhouse. Other "D" Would hardly r.ait~ a into a discussion. long manuscripts include "DEATH At t ·h e .short busilllE$s meeting the IN HER FACE," "FORTY -NINE PETERSON STUDIO Phone 56 I ans wered e v e ry que.stio n .ask ed . Club diicussed buying pins with the Bu t. Erine only grun~oo . emblem on them. 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""' · ·"" thy Brenner a nd Floren ce Ma1·tm at m ed by Mii:ss R acha;el Viers C oac h "D u t c h" L or b eers -f r ot eges t o Coach P ·l ace's s q u a d r et u r ned t o Oto.e sa ssemb;I' th to b egm ls fthe th sang : a a is re<llUy work of_ I, joint meeting of Y. M. and Y. W. 1·accomp · · ' . ' t he tune of 41 to 26; Pe r .i w as out t · t · Th · mg e p ane or e var to tasite t he sweets of confere;-tce coun y15 V l!C or1ous. e score was io us organizatio ns. Cont r.acts and Wednesday e vening. Preceedling this The Song - ----- ----- - Ri.sh es victory, and in so. doing, the Bo:hcats : . arr.an g emen" •or P ublkat.ion have \Vinifrod Pettit played " The Old Re· Ro,., Cup - -, - - - - - - - W"d de,,ly P'-Ovod th.,, om . thei scor- .all b e;en ta k en car e of (b:y E. Lar- frain .and Viirgil Bug bee lell devotions. of Deh gh t - - - ---- - - -- Harris the James coached crew. P.aced by ·.mg when he capitihzed on K astner s 1son b u s iness man ag·e r .and he re- The boys qu artet clo$ed t h e evenings 1-MISs Ruth ·Whyman, who was ac- C · h 1 h ' h P" I'nt man of t he ' that ever.ything ' ;, sati, f aoto'y p n g ,am , by ' ing.ing "Li,.'', "How'm I comp•mad . . .by ""'" . s 'enco ·1 arrrul!cwith .ae ' 1$ ig ,. the Bobcat& got fuaI .T h en R a ils b •ck .co_n verted on P O>-ts W ru tu,,le points, a t oss and t he Ed'ie men \ fa·om a fin.ancial st a n dpoint. .D ain' " and. "Fareiwe,111". D ale P1ke,, 'I sang : . _ . ·ker off t o ear ly lead t h at w as he1d i or 1 out m :flront b.y a 2.. to ,Q count. This ' Miss Harks.on wiishes to annou n c0 Robert Mc Vickers· H arvey anid Len Gypsy Maiden 1 Pai 1 ml',<l1J of t he game. lead W"' sho,t live.;. how.,,..., • as \ t o the v• rious on the Loken w"e t he poxson • fil. j T.." •nd SmilM - P unche' ,torted the wn·ing when Arrison, Nebraska City g u ard , swish- \ c am pus p lanning to t,ake in new Jn the deb ate .Merle P eelk;; Dana , Ah, Love But a Da,y Da m:el Pr -..t h er ... e his attempted .il.ield .goal from t he ed a long o n e thro.ug h t he nett'i.n g. ' m e\)Tibers t h e s econd semest er that 1Snide, •nrl Dwig ht .W• ldo out to f,.• e t h cow "'" rong t'"O. T o;, l• ad Maynard and Wrtty t;hen scored 3 they m ust t u r n in the n ames of the 1 p rove t h at the fr1endsh1·p of! ChOf US was s oon hik edi t o 9 to .a.. Th en U hl· p.oint s to p ut t he Otoe c ou nty 1eagers new members as soo n .as p ossibl e if 1 was of neitiher recreational or edu ra- ; ' . ing pr oc€Jeded t o garner .3 p oints fo1· in f'>m t at the qunter, 5 to 2. t hey ·" • to be included on p an• I jlrion al value to t he coll• g • man. Al- . SOOD t h• w ..,tocn" ' " the Bobcat's ls•d With but two remainin g minu t · s of i for t h e.i r organfaatio n. · ! of t h em. were d eb.atmg . was cut t o 3 p oints. r e-. nn t he first had:f',, Coach "Bee r" 1 argue- 1 t rd.iat ed by sco1"ing a hke of 1ag.amst their own behe:fis 1 Plac e's N ebras ka Cityi1ans hatd· S they wer_e ! The college chor us, under t he dir- 1taillies bef ore the Kear ney . q.umtet ed. this adva ntage to twelve against • I • • i n g l 'f surp r!SLng. Mr. Smdier P.0 i.nt- I £dion of Prc.fessor Steck., will make r!!lli.eld an.a pulle d up to w1t h1111 2 Peru's · meager 2 p-Oli.nts, g arnere d in '. eel o.ut Mr. Forest ·as a hvm g its 1933 d e.but with a concert to be p oints .of Peru a t t h e The the first m inUJts of ];)lay . The n it was 10 fla 1 example of degrad111g p ow er of given Tuesday, J anuary . .at 81cats aidvantage at h alf tJJme was l w that the J u.n ior lBokats r allied to --woman an d h 1g hly condemned the o'clock in •1.lh e cdllege aud 1tormmto H'~ boost it.bleli.r t otal 6 points in j ust o n e "Nationalit y N ig h t " at Peru Dram'l- flUittery feminin~ creatu re ~at matOne of t hei f eat u r es. of t.he evening F or a ;flew br ief momen:S at ~h~ mi nut e 0if play. V elvick rammed . ·~ u r 19 r c ved ted down h er ha;1r and st uck IJ.t full of will be t he part~CJip11t1on m :tJhe pro- 1st art ·of the second c·anto, 1t appea~ecl h . o.f two-pointers in t ic Clu.b T b u rsd , y, Jan a .Y p /pins. Mr. Peek p r oc:e,eded to releg ate r r m by Mr. C. V. K etto ·itng, chair- as if Ted Jam es' c rew was gom g . orne b Kelsos short t o be g u est to ;alH wom an k ind to t he scrap he6p b_e- ;n a n d the music dep-ar tm ent .as t hey forged ahead to- a 16 .t o succesSJo,Th .h8 U here wibb The act ors carried lthear audience cause /fJJe.y a- gentleman wait- D.oane college. I 12 lead. H.owever,, at this junct u re, _,,.cher. k .,;; ;;:' 1 "' a t o vi"t four great peop.o o,. I ing '°""the m-on g kind of Ut.,at u,e Th• fi"t group o£ , 0 1ecfilon' by ood P,-ief•rt bolstmd th • Nebr.as a Y on e on g ' A typical Negro comedsl,. "Com - 1\ ' (Continued on p age fo '...r .) \ t.h e Ch c.rus will ibe t he of: Peru stde of the ledger 4 points a nd 12 to 8 ,co°"t. · te M · " b Helen D°'tc' · -" d th B b h h t th h d c a nto we pamon-ma aggne · Y . ' To Ho w a Rose 'E r e - ---- Car michael's free t oss wace e. o T· roug e an. .of t.h e w as the f irst !the • J Mic hael Pr aetori us ____ N obel K ain cats into a lead never re1inqufoh:d • Prepsters failed tho d is _ _Yti.. Y .r their Frances Copes directed the followrng I Hospidi'' P ornilui --- - - - - Lovovsky In t en minutes, the blue a nd. w hit e zip and huot ' e c aracte ns c 0..1. · ,.,,._ . hed t h · I ad to . E t f1or a few c.ast: . . I Te --- - --P ale.,, ... m a clad boys h ad str etc EUr e .ontests. fuurth M11-g g1ie P o.11.ock, alias Marg uen te lflg 0 0 M'r. Keitter ing's fi rst gr oup o;U songs to 21 a nd t hen coasted in to a 41 brie f "' .. e arly tn . e . . ----- - Nelllie Beth Sh oa.il . . t o be · to 26 victo.ry,,. • ->~Sii: t I gg·1chness d l()m • H k' - -ai e · q .uarter, Jnt.u.u eren s u Ira her 'fath e r - ----- Geor ge as m s h .. . o"' " ' hit h e"· Schube t (in English) P er u's <liefense was lfu nctnom ng ' 1 ' Ohl Th 'i ode of t e roren 1s now :t- • 1 ' in·a.ted Per u s p .ay. . er Kate, h er stepmother -- Leone ' er e ep s n t h ose ;in on The Qu estion - Schuber t (in English) weJI, bott1ing up t h e Kearney sh ar p At the closeKof t>he b t hird q u at rhte1r . ' ·Willbur J ohnson, .h er more 1.ar d .::i t r. m.i ne 'J 'he Hunter d ll.ed ' L dless Jt .ificially th "k cfosed w'' areantrym g t o ue e ""' - - Sch t·.bert (in Gu m.an) sho·ot e rs in cr ed·itabie ,i1ash ion. Per.u's . Maynard and astner . a ., Campanion a te hus b a nd - P a u an o . e no . . t th r ov er bi · I Hlis second gr oup wilil consist oass!ing attack was r at her .e rratiic at mates to a 19 to 11 .ad van>t.;age. R ails- Leonlidas N orwood, her t r ue lover , JUS,; w h o is e n;,1t led o e p W hrm the Kri ng Went F or t h to w.ar t i.mes, bu'.t fo r t he m ost part t he Boba.nd Lea hy e ach bagg.ed -a ilield. g o a l - - --- --- - - - - - - Orville Bu-ehler I i y Last laug h. . of those n ot famil- , _ _;___ __ K o.eneman cats played a bang-up ' g am e an d t o -draw w.it'hin 4 points of thelir 01P - / From far Nippon came /!(h e second I For t h e ff ' lit to s ay Bb e Ar e H er E :-ries - - ---- --- W atts seemed to. h ave hit t h efr stride. p osition bu t .a t itihis juncture, t h e ! 10 • this dra maUic series. A p rop erty iar t h e .s oryb, slu i:e to t h e The Slei gh ------Ko untz P edersen1o1 Garmich ael, and P riefer t , ' --" d N"'br aska d t ch an g- that a f ire siren ei ongm g b · th .., fi Id ls to Prep 01file-nce boggt>U an ...., . manag'er shuffle d in a n 1 · . artmen1l an<l loaned The second cont ribution .y · e each wit h a q uar tet ·ou.• e g oa City safely che cked f u rther scormg . . S.€1ts writho.ut t h e oei:rtf,r n s lf;erng I Omah a Fire DUep . 't t ers at Chorus is a presentation fr.om t h e t h eir credit, lied t h e Lor.beer coachEid · whille musicians m · :fJo r m ed t h e .' to ·t he Omah a mver · F or wa · r d " Dode" Velvick star P eru f or w ard and C.ap . - ·' m gHeil b k sitJbY 11roo ame at oratio. " Elijah" by Mende1ss? h n . Th'is c.ffensive m achme. t . o u s ted on p erson als JUSt l puid'ence c o ncerning ,t h e n ext scene. , t h e Per.u-Omah a ed a appr o- famous composer takes this blilbllical Graham and .c ent er .Fiinck be a1fn.. t h e crame's en.di n g . , l pl<>y i n Japanege s t yle by Betty P.eru ,year was _.mtah of stor y a nd it a m agni'ficent and -for t he Ant elopes. ore ,, aff . .ius ..., G b.b . t d by s om eowe;-- e ,1, IJ • Th' {h ft f t Th conJlict was a: ro u g h air, ; B was d ir 'e cted .b.y J oyce ru . . pn a e h f'l h h as neva descriptive musical setting. 'is se- (Peiru .41:) .Jg , p s Rf e Ken nedy o f Dawson call.ing ; T:rrf llowin.g became sl ant eyeL J,ap- this pilferer , t , s l c . erd in ofil:V. cial 1ectiion offers seve ral exactfin g ch or.us P edersen f -- ----- - ------ 4 1 1 g the e reLe k total of 13 fouls a g aiLnst ! e o.; gay k imonas fo.r on e eJven- b een d Eifini,te·t ' d et <r mm e . riumb.ers .as well as t wo {)f the out-£ Andrews ;f, - - -- - - ------- 1 1 2 ::; e un U!C Y · anese ... n I c.ircles ' f th b 'tone I · 4 5 O 13 1 c -- - -------.· · ·· t' ulla r siren stianding solos or · e an · 1 ·Carmichae k it h 5 a nd Maynar.d, with .1 :hg:p op e rty .M a n -- Milldr e d Smith It of t h e (c) Priefert g ----- - ---- 4 2 3 10 t11VI C w ' h . - ' .L • e r . . L D ickerson w as a sp ec1a pr z ' uh Ahab a nd the iensu.'m g h - ------ - 2 0 3 ·l 8 p ointl9, Jed t h e scormg of t r e I F irst Musician ---M'a.Y Omah a Fire Depa rtment! and m u ch co d. Wl between t he two BibllicalT es g ------ 0 1 () l d Musician d as carr ietd en con1scuss1on o .Y g -------- ---- spect ive teams. .n,,, ft f p t s Sec on : . . --Racha el Viers cor respon ence w. . . e. characters as to w ho was Go.do, Je- Hatch er Hwd g - -· ----- 0 0 0 0 P p ep (15) "-'!5 Thirrl Musicia n ----- '-b . g its m yster10us disappearan c . . 0 0 1 0 eru r . 2 1 4- 5 ' - - Jo.yce Gru..,, cerm n . . -en t h e in- h ov.a .or. Baa,l. . , Moore ,f l ------- - - ----(C) Velv1ck 2 3 4 i T he Father - - - - -- Bel v a C arde r Dip.Iomat 11c 11elat 1ons . d Of novel int el'est to both Webb f - - - - - - - - ------- 0 0 (.) 0 k f f 1 y n g .Man ---- . . of Omaha UmverSJty an .::i.· "' 0 0 0 0 Ra.ilsbac 1 0 0 2 . T h e ou Mr et Shoemaker st1t utions 11 eiath er - a nd chorus wi.U ibe the r ecor ..,.m g ou. Denney g - -- - - -- - --- --W iJfe arga · St te T each ers Co ege w ,.,,, Ji d' nee O 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 The Pugh c . - --Margaret T r oye r , P e ru a d' t dm irably, sever a;l numbers b•::a ore t e a u· ie Cr aw.f.or.d ·f - -'--- - - ------Kehm g 1 0 3 2 The Shop -Keep er . E velyn Ropley ed thfa JnOn,tcou' ,';;; by • nd the bnm•diat• pl•ying of Tu"'l 15 11 IO 41 Leahy g .() 0 1 0 The Lady -A b essN-..- -hbors Mildred ' a nd n.o ston e w as ., minions of numbers on t he victr ola. The. recorid- 1i\.earnev (26 ) i )g ft f pts t eigR le -Elizabeth t h e var.ir · u s a nd · · · Dode ! · - · ·· · - - - - 2 1 ') 5 Major s g f ) .Servan s anrl , s u nury tie the fateful fogs a11e bemg made poss1' bl e b Y Mr• • Grah am, (C ontinue<l o n p age o.ur. Sp eed.1.-e, Jeannette uy ' Hele n ' li w a nd o r·de r to loca ,. Kettering's recording eq uipment. This I (Cont inued on p age four.) M'a r gar et Troyer, s ir en. . , in ·, c h in be th e first time that .a Peru I - ..., _ ...,_....'. . Bartling , ' t bulary was · · ·1 f Eads. L P e ntentes, a ' The cons a , h a basket' Chorus h as ever h ad pnv1 eg,e .o I Itl is a tn r·a:; .of M exican !J ev.L<lell/Ce a t t h e P e ru; e: aag o arm ed Ih earing themselves n 25. certJain relig'lO.~s g r .at East e r b all g.a m e a couple w t h e other P rofessor Benforo will acco~pa Y Wedn esd·ay C . A . 7-8 J ' people, to. c hoose b e cruci- w:ith J ohn Doe w a rran.w in the chorus a nd Mr . Y. Ml. C. A.. . f ib e y fr.om among . hol office accoutrem ents of p. itself a The a:dmission price t o excelC. C . A.- 7 -8 26 J fi;e d as the Christ. Thi!S d a r1e next hopes t h e sir eh m ig h t t h1Jnknuary 11 !renlt, p rogr am is a bu dg.e t ticket or J a n u ary • ~ ·. h 'g h r egal'I · d confuse a · · \ Thursday . _ 9 :5"0 t' , and Ji.s h e ld /Ill 1 f. J.ose V aldez, g round-hog an 11 t o n o av ail! Ev e n :£orqy cents. 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The second o;f · Dr. PauA Ma xweH says: I'm going ' when he will hEI .aWe to resume his · f MINERVA , ou can foo l •c>me of t h e people all of . a series o -concerts 1 to make my students stick to the sub- 'stud in is not known. :M time. a nd nH of t he people some <>f the u nder t he dfrectio n of P rofessors Ben. . d' · J y g r1111c. hilt th e re.•t of t·be · time t-hey w ill f o rd and Steck . S d Due t o! t he illness -Of Miss P etersen Ject m class 1scuss1or;i.s. , was given u n ay, , . . I'm · ' ,...1te fools of them•elves. i Janua ry 2~ in Elliza . :Morgan p a rlor the Club's sponsor, the members meit .Mr. D J. Nabo1s sa;ys. gomg Colleg.e ·a.r t classes 1~8,•al).d' .W09 h ave . ,d d . t h . . a_ t t hree o cl-Ock . This pr ogram was in Miss Ea n a Mayst rick's room all the t o a ct li1 ke I d on't care. ' been stenciLing matena1s. They a~~e. h T IS llast . v e nes a } e im p r ession in tfre f orm fl ""' nd al .d.or,m ito·ry._ Book; r eviews seeme·d· to M p ~T d .I'n1 ·01·11g : , . hat tllti . . o a ,paano .a voe n. .at r.,.orw.oo says. g I makµng towels, ptllows ,and 'purses. was g1ven t " s was a college r ecita l. The pleasant ly :tlamiLia r voice be rt.he v ogue this week, ;fur n ot only to 'he the tl and in the next show. of '"fallen wome n and also a Dew o·f Mis.s Leona H u·d son and t he much were several O'Ood ones giv"n h' h ·1 · Y Ra1Jf1a .baskets and mats, .and cl ay • "' hut ·a lso. many "' wsp.oicnM"iss E m il "11e.llen pien" · 1 apprecfated piano p laying of Miss w e 11ei prepared . Y p apez says .. I' m .g-0ing· ' mo·d eling will complete thie work of The Fres~men thou g ht that was Jeanette Barrett resounded t hrough t aneo.us ·o nes wer e discussed• Bess t<o ag r ee with M'r. Kahn--sometim~. 1 this .quarte'l·. the slickest ice t h ey ever .sl.i pped on. the parlor tihat atteirnoon.· Th e v ocal 'Streete r Aldrich seemeid to .be, .a fav- 1 Pres. W. &. PlllQe says: I;m go.mg ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1 The o~ld timer s • Sen1ors, · · Wu.a• · ;.. Id s·ay, selectiions . · . .:the; reports on to read my •ann.ourncem.ents m chapel were: '• 0·11-·t e, a13 · e•xpressed rn . "They ain't, seen n ot h in' yet". I T he S wan ---~-.---- - --- ---- Grie A W HI'T E BIRD FLYING a nd RIM only. onc e .after thus.. . ' . " · •I'll N 0 t C' I · g OF THE PRAiIRIE N b ki , M1;5s Grace Petersen says. Im go0 ____, • , IT,1P am ----;---- Schumann . ' : e ras as own ing to pea·mit couples to converise in Service with a SmiJle From the deb.ate at Y. W .. A: The Monotone ____ • Cor n' eli'us beloved .WIILa Cather w as pr.e sent in th 1.b th 't h . ,, to ----~--- . . · . . . e 1 r ary so. ay won ' ave I I RIGHT-A-WAY and Y. M. C. A . we g.atheired t;hat Gh osts --~--- ------- -: - ----- --- .L ang ~pin~ at least! In ONE OF OURS .and ' sit and sit and sit." I Shoe Shop college wom e n a re c Lassed. ·w ith t h e Summer N~on ----- - - -- --,- -,--Lang D.EAT~ COMES_ TO THE ARCH~IS- . Dii. G. W. Smith sa ys: I'm not I "Gi·eat Plague," on this camp us in Aut umn W~nds 'W i.stflul Branscombe HOP. That dehghltfully r edlreshmg . ~- k' t 1 M · · . going ..., s 1p my c asses nex semesMEDLEY p•rti'cular _. . Sing Again Prothroe book called JOAN AND PETER by t I h t"'' , " · · ---- ---- - -- - - -ls h 1 eir ~ ave u.1s one. ..., \. .. However, all t hei men see me.d f o be · L a Boco de ,Pepit a __ Stcir~s-ffiake :;1N1; ·arid' t at .old ~assic, NICHOLMr. 1 G.: H: Ste.ck s~y.s: I'm · never '' back to no r p1al Th.ur s day. Bol ero ---- ~ - - - ----·--- St ufgis-Blake . CKELBY hy Dackens were fa,v- goin g. to br.ag ag ai.n. Me .G.u:stan Toda.s ___ _: S~urgas~Blake ontes, ~oo.. _'.l'he. ;tlamous 9:alsworthy Miss Grace Tear says: I'm n ot FARMERS ELEVATOR · An innocei:1t freshma~ boy asked The nimble finger~ .of Mliss J}arrett was pr esent 111 hIS FORSYTHE SAGA going to give a final test in my classPro-fessor Steck t he o!fher d;ay ~fl th.at Pl:ayed: ' ·. ' · ·rr · .a nd THE ~~UTE MONKEY. .e~ · · · COMPANY blonde thati sang 'in convocatio.n the Chaconne - -- ---------· Bach-Busoni :Mr. J: W.: Tyler says: I'm going Coal, Feed, and Gra_in ot her mo rni ng was marriillCL Now ~oc:;rne -- :-,------ -- -- -~ - "sc~iailin'e BOB KATZ MEOW to lead the "Dumbs" on to victory. w. H. Hutchinson, Manager for the special' benefit o'f . o ne fte sh- . ro a , r - - --------- Tschaikowsky l{d'Lo, folkes! Ho.w are ,you today? Dr. Fra~k Ware says: I'm going man, .and any others that ·!J.r e espec- Valse Lucille--~---------.:_._ _ _ Friml I'm' finei and I h-0pe .y.ou are the s ame. tr dearn to s~and on my f eet on .an . - ~--- l':ve he ard some ' good ones aibouti the .ICY · ""'' ~'d ewa lk. ' ially mteJ,ested, we W I. S h to say , t h.at IrishGTune fr om Count ..," Dion-ry ...... the lady in question is n ot marfi.ed,._ - . ra.nger , ;flacu!ty; so I guess l'U tell .y ou some Miss· Edna Weare says: I'm g.o ing ·T.ak~ you r turn please, don't Crowd Mountain Bro.ok ----- - --- --- Iterbert of them as I promisedi. . WJl.en .ask- to learn to sew, so I can teach my and p.ush. . 1\ .·i:_,,:- ~ ed who to.lrd' you.- preoond thait you st udents. ... ~ A. E. JOHNSON, D. D. S • Dr. J M. ·W inters s ays: I'm going v. !,t don't know or ca~'t re~_ember. ·Here ._ X-RAY SERVICE to teach, "Bi--ology!" 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t~~;\r, i l)'uit!t~r~ ~re: . FOG-Helen . :Miss Esther A. Qlark says: I'm .Miss Evelyn Brecht went to Om- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Brooker; MEMORY, PMN, . and never gofo g to• qu o.te "Hamliet" to my/ ah a on a shopping t rip last Saturday 1 E . E. Sams, a gr.a d u ate of :tJie class EM~TION b y Lenore Harris.; and L atfo .class anymore when they read w fth Miss A.h lberg ~nd .Mrs, Dunning. Ojf\ '95, died on S unady, J an u ary 15, oat SMALL TOWN by WHma J.ames. "W.ords! worids! words!" KINGS BARBER SHOP Nowata, Oklahome. F or severaJ, years Vivien- Schlaes wrote an exquisitiely / ,Mr; A . R Clay.burn says: I'm going; Your Pa·t ronage Appr eciated a.flter his graidi.tation h e taught school'. a musing short, short story calle.d to fbe on time to my 7:50 class. , '. , Miss Leona Hudson suffered .an inHair Cuts Are Now 25 cents the n he :beg.an to study law. He be- THANKS AW·F ULLY. Each contr1.Mr. s. L. Clements says: I'm gomg jured. shoulder due to a fall/ on the lica m e one rf the mos t prorruinentr ~aw- butiori was thoroughly enjo.yed and to teach ,Mr. Kahn to play Volley- brary steps. Her s h oulder a nd .arm Under Barnes Pharmacy yers of Oklahoma. Th e late .Mr: Sams ~onstructively c rificiiz.00. : b!!lll. . have been tightly ba ndaged this week was a n uncle of D u ane Sams . a nd Eager to have· their poems and M i.ss Phylis Davi.dson : says: I'm .and entirely useless. How.e ver, she ' =============-:==~ Steven Gaines, P e ru. Mrs. G ames, .stDries p.ublished·; 'the entire g roup g oing .t-0 tumble yet. . h as not .h.adi t o miss cllasses,, a nd .is rehis sister, and Superintendent Sams collected' address.es of publishing Dean De.lzel!l says: I'm going to covering .as well .ais can be e xpected. 1 GROCERI1E S AND HARDo>f Salem, his brot her atten ded the houses to which they might send. their reform and give all the bo.y s excuses. I WARE SUPPLIES.. fu ner.aL contr~hutions: · · Miss Norma Di<ldeJ s_ays: I'm goi ng Wm. Hauser w ho was ~veraly .i n• 1 The meeting . ended with a short tcr show ' yo.u, by A.rt!- ~ · ... jured some time ago· when struck by · While va ca t ioning in P eru, M iss · ,ct~scussi.on of the m atter of delving :Mrs. !nice Dµnn!ng says: I'm go.a motorcycle has :hee,n moved from Donna J ane Dalz ell, '31 spe nt one o:I int o olid books shops and buying t he (ing"to giv.e over my duties to 1ny the hospit~ .at Nebr.askia Ciit;y t-0 the her pfeas amt day s in .a. re union w:dlth - i nteresting ones found there. ginls. , .. t'w a ·oJI her classm ates, ~rginia M c- , · ! Coach Gilkeson ..says.: I'm going to ::

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(C.ontlnued fr om p age on e) ed scarcdy o.n the two ye.ar level of Co ach Lorbeer and his Bo.bc·ats reVALENTINES DAY IS FEBRUARY 14'th. wer e : the girls for theirs consis~d mostly And your big moment w:ith y our ''Que en e>f H earts" J ose VaJ.dez ____ P--Qert Greenwald in such ajacu~ations ·a s "Bo.y: honey, t.urned to P~ru -W ednesday .eve.ni,ng, w,W be wn en you p r esent h e r 'With a beau.tif~{{ ~ Manuel, his Uncle . George Gates I <Ure get a 1b a ng out of .youJ Don't un a.p&e t o· take the measure o;tl the ~ shaped b\ox of Artstyl e Chocolates. His Father -----· _ Clyde Lare you get a \l>'ang out of me? Honey, Ch a.dron Eagles,_ in the.i.r two-game series played there Monday and TuesGe • t YO\lll'S ~bile the suppl y las~. we h a ve t hem at: ~:>s!l.lia --- - ------- irmella Brog na kiss me good night. Jfid s1~re get a d!ay nights. 25c 50c $L-OO and $2.00 each. · Ric ardo - ----------- Georg.e Kuhl i bang .o.ut o;f'l that. Wou1dn t. you get The Eag1es won the finst game 37 t o Th·e n t oo there a re p a pe.r val,entine s pric ed a t fro an-"l "rl sh oot m :·self! •I 'll Kill mys:;J;,1 a ba n.g o ut o.tl th at, ten ? ~ . 2 and came thru. with the se.c ond Thus r aved on Steph-an Stepanov:itch I The vote ;flor the aff1rmatlive was G t o 29, penny up to l Oc e a c h. u is fun t o sen d Valen tines. Tschubukov; (John Wheatley) as he unanamous .. Why? _because the bo.ys a "g ued with Ivan Vasiiyd tch LomOl~ una.W_e to fmd cha111~ w.e~e al~e~dy In the fi rst game C_armich<ael,. lanky , (D ale Booth) over his meadows over standmg and found ,1t qwte r1d1tc u- Pr·ru forw?.r·d, sco1'.e;s ten po.ints to their .dogs. \l'o, Mr. Tschub.uko~ did- lo.us 'tp. drop to the ili>or when Miss vie for h onors with Bechtdl, Chad- : iw t r t Pr t the Rr.gumen t, he on)or '.ll n- Sprague chairman .af the- progr.am ron Alce. Punches took the count .._~_"-_...._._...._._,.._....,_..,_,.. _ _ ~~· ished those beg un beitween his dau- asked .all those who believed the af- and re.tire.ii on personals, early dn the g·rter, N at eJ.i a. Stepanova Elcds e N oa) firmative haid won to arisei. second ha!A whose hand Mr. Lomov was seeking, It was .all in fun .and proved .a gloriAndrews, 'freshman flash, led _the 01:1 course with such names ,it could ous enlightening entertainmenrt; for scoring ;flor Peru .with rou'r fiielid g.o als be naught else but .an hiiari.ous Rus- the a u<lienc-e as well as for the de- whi)le Becht<~ of Chadron held high sian Comedy by Anton CheJcoff c r<ll.ed bators. \ ho?ors with a total ;af fuurteen . "A .Marriage Proposal." p omts : I A stu.d,y 'of this ki.nd gives to the 1JUNIOR BOBCATS VS NEB. ClTY . M'cKelvfo, former Chadron Athlete mambers an insight into the temper--- . ·ddd the offici.ating. I m ents d.1 v arfo us nationaliti~s. The (C.ontinued .i.1rom page one..) Peru First Game Second Game costumes and make-up offer another Hazelton f 0 0 0 0 ig ft f fg ft f : field ,f ur research and study even . Totai\ 6 3 13 15 . Carmichael -- 3 4 1 2 2 3 practfoe i,n making eyes s lant just Nebraska City (20) :f1g ft f pts ' An.drews f --- 4 1 1 4 o 3 so and clothes look un-American. (C) Kastner f 2 1 3 5 ! Pedersen c ____ 4 O .o 2 1 2 Reservation s should be made NOW. See Maynard f 2 4 2 8 , Punches g ____ 0 0 4 1 1 1 W.itty 1c 2 1 3 5 I Priefert g ---- 1 l O 3 1 1 ANTELOP.ES ARE BOBCATS PREY Tinneymeyer g o o o oJ Toilly g ----- o 2 o 0 0 . 0 Arri.son g 1 0 0 2 Hd. Hatcher g __ o 0 3 O O O solicitors m A dm. Bldg. lobby (Cont'ilmed ,i1rom page one.) Owens f 0 0 0 0 Teital ---- 12 8 9 12 5 IO Uhling f --------- .. ___ _ 2 1 1 5 Mclntj re f 0 0 0 0 Chadron fig 'ft f Finck .c - -- - - ---· .. ·--- ---- l 0 2 2 Total 7 6 8 20 i1g ft f 3• c 0 ic) Fitz B g -·-- · - --- - --- 1 1 :.l :; Referee-Kennedy, Dawson McGregor f __ 3 O O Desk in Eliza Mo rgan HalJ Nelson g -- - - - - - -------- O 0 0 0 Second team g ame \ Bechtell f ----- 4 2 2 5 4 2 Franks ;fl ----- - --------- 2 1 0 5 In .a rough game, with reipeated l Bartlett c __ _ 2 4 1 1 4 1 Kepl<er c ---- --- - -------- 1 0 2 2 fouls, the Nebraska City seconds Joh.nson g ___ 3 o 1 1 ,() 0 1 0 I Fitz, H. g - -- ------------ 1 2 2 4 downed Per.u's reserves by a score of l Lodge, g ----· l 2 1 Grah am D. g ------ - ----- O O O 0 32-21. Cowell, diminuit i.ve Prep fo'i· Burg.e,ss f ------ 1 O 1 1: ,() 2 CampbeJ1 g· - -- - - - ------- O O .o 0 1 war·d, was the high scorer of the Mi,ller g ----·- - O 'O o 1 2 2 Total 10 6 12 26 I tussle wJith 13 points. J Total 14 8 6 13 10 8

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PLATTSMOUTH ICARMICHAEL HEADS ""--~-~-~-~~<:::::,. KITTENS TO AGAIN '. MANY SCHOOLS BOBCATS SCORING ~ A RECORD ENROLL-1 MEET AUQURN BULLDOGS OUTSCORES PERU/ In t he five Confleren ce g1Jmes played I ~' MENT_FOR MEN '. As far as P eru Prep jbasketbaLI ad'ENTER M. I. N. K. Enrollment ctf men ·.for the second semester on the first V day w as nine more than the Peru Prep j o.urneyed to Pfatltls- I .his team _mates, with an aver.age of ' total Masc.ulline enrollm ent .for mouth, F1·iday n ig-ht,. to 't.ackle co.ac h , eleven points a gam~. Gap t.a'in P :d e- j the first semester. Twenty- , "Frit~" Rotherts basketeers. and be- if€lrt, veter.an guard, 15 in second with , six new men came.· in for the theu returned, !the Bo.bkittens Pede~ en an . ·d Andrews g!O~ng into a I ~ second semester making ·a total fore ' tie fur tl..•'--d pl nrollment of 211 for the year ~ t the wa.y 0:1! .all Platt~mo uth op- , '"4l' ' ace. wen 1 p II /l to ·d a t e. . . as they succu.mbed to t he I Pos. Ga. · 1 V Com.ftl.ete c1ata o.n enrollment, poo1oon · Car · h 1 .. ll t.h sha.rushooters .by a 24 to mic ae ---- -- ---- - ---- F 5 56 1 which seems to be g.oo.d, will be V ·• . JI. ( ''oweve1· the defeat w:as not Prie:fe1·t --- --- - ---------- - - G 5· 34 u given next Vi'e/ek. 9 coun · n ' P · Pedersen -------- -----C 5 30 1 ., parrjcularly disheartening tlo• eruv1an I. .supporters, as RQ.'t.hert's p r oteges are Andrews ------- --- -- -- --- - F 5 30 Final

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Nebraska City, AuBobk.ittens outscored their -0ppos1tfo_n. j victory ov.eir ~.•he Anltel opes, w_ hen 1 your feet that was th'.e C'ause of you.r -----1 ' C d K 6 t.o 3, .and ·ended the sqnarte1· trail- i th~y pl~ a .raturn g.ame at eamey. ~rou,bre. P.erhaps. t_hey di<ln'~ hurt, burn, P awnee City, Falls ity, .an ing only 9 to 15. The tussle from then I Fr1d·~y llflght: . but thc..se tmy ens1tjive ne~ve_s 111 y cu.r I She nand c-.ah, Iowa, ar e the cla~s A eel .-'"ff t t R um With their semester exams .ove_i il:et which h ave bec.ome irritated hy Bands The t entative entollon assum ,. -a"'l aspec as ' ci n.d a week's rest the Lorbeer wrong of shoes ur stock ings, shc.ws twenty -two class B sch ools mel and ltts mates helid. P eru sc.ore 1w'ill b e hea.d dng up the l a-Oiler to flnd \ o· it m.a,y ·b e- you h ave neglected to and etlght class A schools. less, as they themselves sco.red 9 moTe \ their way out o.t'.I t he cellar. Ho.w- \ w.i>..s h .your feet correcfily and their- I The sophomore girls, unw1lling for Alil Solo events will be h<ild on Frip.oints bert!ore ~he g ame's endling . \ ever, the BG1bc ?ltis ha~e played! fiv. ~ c-u,ghly . ,. that h as b.een the ca~se o.f 'i the basket hall seas.o n to en.d, chal- day. Small! Group events will app ear Rummel, 5 fielld go.als. l eil the '1 Conference .games, wh1le od! ' your g.I'Jef. len O'ed the se,niors to a The Friday nig ht .arud all Glee Clubs, C oth er scho.oJ.s have meit ·but three~ 1 Som e w hcfr e we have acqu,i red t·he · "' · Cr c uses Orchestras and Bands are Pl.attsmc.u.th P eru, ·i Peru has met e.v.er.y /team ;in the Con-. I id.ea that our f eet need no special .nt- / heJ.d the lea.d through.out 21- . for Saturd'.ay . tarn Velvnck with 7 p.ornts, was h. g ·; f e-rence and wi ll sta1rt on the secon:i tention, but t a ke c-are O!f themsel.ve·;. th ough tho sophc.mores pu.t up a g oo.cl The conte 3tants are to il:fei g uests m line up : h al:f this w:eek- Ai"te.r a ;flew mo.r_:e_ The g irl speJJ.ds per.haps a n fight and mai e the Vl(innfo g t e 9rn do the colilege at the Peru-Ch· dr on 'Petu "Pxep \9 ______ ___ _fig ft f pt.s \ of ith-e oth~ tea~ns h.ave pl aye1 th~ h ot-, r . every d.ay carin g_ for her fac~ its ·best work . The score: was 24-14. Basketb.all gam oo on Friday and Sat(c) Velvick f -- ----- --- 2 3 1 7 \ first :hal.1' of the,u ~chedule, the~e, no ' i>.nd is well p(eased w1th the res~lt, The (line up: urday. February 1.Q an.d II at 5,30 t o . .. . p_ M. 0 1 0 d oubt· 'Wfill be s omewhat of a ci:.an~e b ut how many o.f them w.ouild t,hmk 6 Ralilsback f - - ---- - -- -- - - 0 . h 'iti otf ·a "'~w of them rn . . Seni-.r.s Sophorn.01cs · 30 . . t... 15 · t t the a I) an t e pos11 ons .i.1<> : .o:f g:iv111 g even mmu es o . c r~· • . A complete list of en tries w1 111 ·:.i f> Hazelton f ----- - ------ - - 0 0 0 · t he lea;i. . of thei r ;fleet. When we consi1.de_r t he G. RoW!is.o n ,i l B. Darftw g f g iven next wle'f'!k . . Pugh g -- ---- --- - --- -- -- 0 0 2 0 · The Bobcats play two. •W l'ast · 'fac!t that 83 % o;f! the w.omen on t he N . Andre.NS f N. Cr.aw(llor.d f 1 Up to d·ate the schoobs enr<illed are : Kelso g ----- - ---- -- -- - -- .o 3 l) 2 hHlt! of g.ames away rrom j' c.ampus .have .some k;.ind C. Ca1der f M. c Burchar.d, Elmwo o:d, Falls H am- -- - ----- - ----- 0 0 o a meeting Kearney and Om a.ha U~i trouMe 1t seems as tho.ug h 15 m1?- M. J odi'.y g R. Critch,ili·etd f burg. Humb.oidt, Nebrask a City, Paw0 ve· r'ditv. The other home games w<Jll Maj ors g a dav" w.ouM ib.e well spent m n""" c1·• . Pl attsmo.uth Shenando ah, 0 O 2 U / 1be with "" · Chaid11on a nd W.ay ne and t b.e ,' c.v ing for- the ;fleet. V · .Math L . Galloway ".Y• . Leah Y c ------ --------- - .0 O . . ei\VS g . "'o· fa,. Verdon, Auburn, 'Du·b.o.is, FairrP.arrfott fl ---- -- - -- - - --- O D>. Wier g I ag.ut, Ia, Gretna, Una:dilla. Pe1;u ; 0 L orbee.r Crew expectl to aveng e t he / The avera g e g irl in P _er.u spends I. Andrews g Cowell f - -- - ----- - - -- - - O O 9 :defe?.ts h a nded them two / h o.urs every day on :f.eeb, and C. Brogna g J·o hnson, Tabor, Ia., Sh.4be:rt, T.otal -- ----- - ---- -- - 2 5 Conference teams, ear!Jier m the sea- i since ,she p.ays $5.25_ a p a.tr ;l'lor shoes, . Hess.emen gj mage, Weeping Water, Dawson, D1l!er 24 0 0 2 son. Plattsmout h < > . j why i!o.es she not her f.eet what The last g ame w.as between the so- Rul o, Brock, Tecumseh, Cheney . .c) Arn f ---- - ---- - ---.. - l The next h ome game w1ll be Fe)b- they justly en\t.1tled. to. n amely, a phomo.res a nd freslun.en. the en.d Rhoatles .fl ---------- -- -- ·) O .0 \;ruary LO an d 11 when lthe ?hmd.r_on . g Go.d comfo.rtabJe walking 18% o,fl t he half the score was 8-4 The MINK DRAMATIC CONTEST 1 1 Rummel f ----------- -- - 5 l) E<> g les ulay their return senes w 1 th 1o;f! the g irls on the campus wear a S'Ophomores w:ere victorious with the March 18 has ·been set. .f ur t he M. Kno,flhack f - - - -- ---- ·- - - - .o O thE! Bo.bcaJts. spedial make of s hoe. Although the score 20-1J.. I. N. K. Dra matic Art Contest . Th at Porter c - ----- - ------ -- O O February 15 is the d ate set .fo.r t he cost per is iJt is fo.und they The ·'Line up: seems a l on g time off bult already t he 0 H•i.ner c ------- ----- ---u g.ame at Omaha' Univer'sity. . buy pairs per year, Seniors Freshmen o.f scho.ols entered is over 1 0 McChry g --- -- ----- ·-- 2 lowering the .amount spent and 111 G. Rowliso n f D.. P ark er Gne-hr,lf that odl 1last, yea.r. F1ive one1 Ai·mstrong g -- --- - - ----O O 8 OUTSIDE GIRLS EN11ER'fMN. AT j sur in g foo t comfort. N. An:dr.e ws if! L. Sc.ort1t f , act pl'ays have at this it.ime made ap2 Hiiny g --- -- - -- ------ -- - 3 O PARTY As h as been st ated above 83 % .ofj C. Cald er f H. Dodd i , plication. ShouLd two high s ch o.ols Ponne g ----- ----- - - - -- - .O O O O - -. \ ;t,he young women ,i n Pe.r.u have foot .M'. J o:dry .g v. Barstler g wish ito produ.ce the same play onl y 24 Total ---------- - - 11 2 5 The giirls )Jiving ou1; .of the do.rm- , trou·ble uf s'Ome sort. 38 % of1 th: m v. Math.&Ws g H. Davew g the f irst entrant wiilll .be g ranted pet"·t entertained their g entlemen · a re suffEkinofr·Jm rRll(l uses or bhstI. And.r. e ws ~ M. Speedlie g mission. AIU duplication will ·be thus ES 1 ory · . I· . "' , , _ , "POETS ALL" PROV frien.ds ·a t a very , enJo,y aible party 1 er. an th.en h eels. u 1ut0n 1i .. ~tl..y causBASKETBALL VARSI1Y avcii de d. H IGHLY -ENTERTAINING an;d danoe l asfi F11iday even'ing h eld j ed- by ill flttW g shoes. 43 % a re su;J:\. At the cJo.se of the season the varThe .one-a.ct pl i.>.y c.1ivision is n o.ti th e in .t)be Hig h School Auditorium_. De- ferinp ·fT.rom cor~s, 53 % .f!rom ?[il.lous si~y iteam was chosen. The .mem;beors only flE(i•d in t he :dl·am.atic contest. It Whoe v er beard of April Fo.ol's day corations were 'i.rr ;red. ·and whJ1te re- '1 es, 14.5 % ingrown to e•n a1ls _and o.fJ /this team are Grac.ei Rowlison. Mel- inclu.des ·also oratorical, humorous. in January; never ;the less thatt; was p r esenting Valentine's Day. Cran:d.alls 8 % from -b umons. Althou g h shght b a C.ope, Ber.yll D_arting, N aidli.ne An- dramait.ic declamation .an:d interp.retive the theme around w hich the S ·d ..... furnished the music. as these ma,y lbe t hey ishouJ.d .not be I drews, Mil1dred J o·dr.y, Lorene Gallo- reP.•cling. The student presents. a · ~·onvocat100 _,, d .ur- ne.gllected. D r. s c h o..., u s.tates "C,.rns ' h he h as bee·n t Nnn"P.oets A1il"· given ~n ._. . p erenha; ·a""" nd wafers were serv..... · "I • way. Helen Davey, Ethelyn Craw- rea:d,.n g m w h ic Friday, - centered. Supposedly Everyone se·e med c ?.llouses and bunions often sur- f cr di, Marj.o rJe .Mendenhall, Ir.e,n An- ed in th.e first three od1 t hese ·b.ut those P!!t Rawley showed a very Engl:'h to have a l oveliy time arud were sorry , .face ,s ig ns o:f weakness d.11 t he foo.t- drews . entering thei inte.rpretative re.adin g elemen'b when he failed to real1zet the :d ance was .over at 10.30. 1' danger t h at w.arn y'Ou no; hall has n o.w begun. It will w;ill draw ·f qr selections and :he .given that AnrilJ i'i.rst p'layed an importan oending senous trou.blei. D o. t g ibe tpe major g ame o;fl the ,second sehour without coaching to prepare part upon b;is nerv,ous system._ !fe - - - - - - - - - - - - · i themf' . mester. theli.r presentations. poJ:1trayerl the pa.rt of the e diit,or. D1c.k J D o you waJk more .since co~ng ~o Wr ight wa.s very .irujistent that his f' Peru? -25 % of the g:I rl3 .do an;d 23 masterpiece "Moo ,be gi ven T uesday, January 31· I of th.em h ave more trouble with their """ by the editor. \"A Chorus Concer t- 8:00 fee't. The ,.,.,a;ority of these . people careful consi"d er.,.w.on 1 P.. m. Ch 1 Nickerson. a policeman, also Wednesday, Feb.ruary ' w.e•ar high hl~els for school. . . Listen to the Treble h dares tribut.ion to. the lite11ary , A Y. JVlj. C. A.. 7-8 l 66 % o,f :tihe g irls indulge• m spoa·ts 1 a a con lld t a I f' Y . W. C. ". 7-8 I . ft Jed g ym shoes. wo ril.tl which he fJelt wou crea e j .ni that require s~ s.o · . Even the b aMes are prac. B t.he time Homer I:fatcb.- I ~ c. c_ A. 7-8 ' 26 % Q/f1 these g irls h ave trouJ:>I.e W1~h wanted j.udge'l'l\ent ' ' Thursd'a.y, February 2, theilt· arc hes when this type of s hoe is tic.ing or b.eing .tlistll!l'beid by e1•• t e Jan h.' em .MT Rawley's j w. A. 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Re.s onsib.il'itlies ;to · tf!e h ome. h ave buymg o...... • - J -esus 1 · re>olut1ons • b a.c k m · S ep- been P tap· J · W · He11de1-son• 1V1inistu J anuary I didn't seem the diay f.or school year studied hy tle seventh an ct J P 1· og r iim · consisted.· o.fl. tw.o M smart I:I:" and 1 tember, remenvbei· how many we m ade- Net to study .a.t'.ber ten and make I ei:s Hh grade . clo.tbin g class. The d ances, by Helenb CAlal~ee A~~:;. - ~. • schedules .b,y wh.ich t o work and read the ne..wspapers evei~yday-o}l, , just, pa ·ls are learni'.lg how to keep the / fine soios . sung .Y ~~ b · ~- ·d· .. rules and 1rules! Some of us forget all .01fJ them just as we do each J .an- 1 h ome o'lean, to h ang pictures correctThe Personality Fu en sh a uary ibut t he college year is ki nder than the calendar. It .g ives .us .a sec- ly· and to .arrarige rugs. They w'ill be cor-dial w.elc-ome to all res .men w 0 · ' · h t o JOin · · ne.x;t ond)· .oppo.rtu.nity to start o,ver a new semester. Don't make reso1·UllJOns able to make their< ro.o ms more ii.t- I w1.s · s emester · · to be bi·oken; just' f'ormula.te deci~iOns w.hlch V;1ill g.uid·e you to_. .a .;tluHer, tractijiv.e. · _. __.._, richer learning time. If :you've b.een too :devoted to stuidy · ' r.ememb~r KODAK CLUB · camp.us activities. Use the - Ubr ary, magazines and newsp.ap"e;rs. Abo_ve · A dress' p·ar a.de w.as g'iv(!n ·· l ast ·- "" SURGEON:~ all ~ihings don't wo.l·k too hard. It r eally /isn't worth tra weaxy bodies Tuesd?y. This was for the 'purpose e>f The Club tried a new and. ' inter est. .and t~red nerves. If .you use all your energy now how can you go. out and exhibiting :the .doll costumes· made by ing feature o,f taking pictures on PHYSICIAN n .'Clfote lli;fle 'in teac:Hing? Use just a litJtle system and .yo.u can · do a11 the gtirls of the fi:fjth gra<le c·1othiing · Th:;1 rsday nig ht. The ·members went those thiings wh!ich you desire most. If .y.o u've falilen :d:o.wn. this semester class. te ithcir S}'l.onsor's 'h ome where they Phones, Resi.d ence 28, Office 7 :t.ear -0ut· the· pages .:th-om your not~bo.ok. Y-0u c·an have -!\ whole r-eam 0f to.ek Seiveral 1n-d-0.or ·photos. A new, .. clean ones. Look forwar.d. The old pag-es are in ~b.e wastebasket. Hera's W·Jien ·g.oo:d · -h ousekeepers r move, 1 spec;ia:l typ·e o·P bwl/b ' Was .used · to too .you fin th.ei new semester. .May .your life's notebook r.ate an A in Ju.ne·. they leav.e behind :t;hem a ·e-Iea n b.ouse. \ mll·ke suut:cessful · exposares. -Y.ve:-si- · ~ Houts: -;-;9 ~to- ...n an.\\ \ · \o ~ S.i.nce the sixth gr.ade .tloo:d's cl ass i,s c-.. ne took b.is own kod:ak and ibund Miss El~ie .E1Jiquette and .M iss Ma1:t ha Manners we.re not shocked at ge~tling re:a.d y; .to leave the work of I that even wiit.h a smaU o~e lin-do?r a nack af gentlemanliness on r.e gis tration -d.ay. Th ey wer.e simply sorr.y ·t}ns semester, the m elT!jbers are · see- pftctures can be- taken at m g ht. M·1ss that there were boys on P e.ru's Campus who coul<l g r ab t h e only ch2iir in ing that all -t he equipment is 1eft ·in · ·Tear halS ·expressed her wish to have TAXI AND TRANSFER a· cro.wded rO'om .and 'keep· :it while g irls ~to~d leanin_g again~t walls, ratl- g.ood. condition. The lavatories _a re it.he club· come sometime: to- 'taR'.e pie: , S ervices in Peru. To .and from Au· iators er win;low sills h'~·ing to rest -~\~Lr ti_r~~ ~et .and ach 1_.n g spo~ders, b.eiing deane~, _ .f.u~~.iture , _rearr.ang<eid, tur.es of. itih.e inte,r ior o:B ~-er hom~·; · [·bJ.l.in•. Nebr ka. Ci!;:y ~nd ot~er.<:owns. Pel,haps 1boys don't r.aa.bze. . that_ a .g-en'tfteman is nq~ ~eated w~1le a_ :cu·o boards .~.....:e.. :s~r "' ·ht.- ''"''th_ · . Yif-,,., ~. w-ant ,;;.,I'"'· .. :!:".._, .. ~ • ,.. l:',.. ._~ -v. , ~ ,· . 1-a·. 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GAMMA MU arts classes who h'ave Just as a matt.er of useful informa·. Ni~e line of Hair Oil Cheap ''BU~INESS FRIENDS''' ' GUESTS OF DR. BROWN practically .iTmished the ·work o.f the t i0n- there are nine · freshma'n clubs first semester have have beg.u.tl the . on the campus each one -d\fferent toBOB KNAPP -~ M emb erf! ojf' Pi Gamma Mu, Soci.ail oco.nstructfon The impol'!tance ·o!B making business l Th of fly~.· ng models of air. 1\ fit the needs od' ev ery. Frerhman. The On. the pavement- :niext to . P.ne. ti 'te .'work is extra-curricular. ' second semester ·all Freshmen c:<an Swanson H all assodiates .·w as stressed 1by Superin- . Sc,ience Fraternity were dclig htfu,lly -Much d I . . 0, 1.- lS ' one on .Saturc.a y. Mr. joii1 twci . clubs a·ccor-ding ti0 chcitice. tend~nt s~ 4 Clements in hlis talk, ei;terta~ned Bit the home o.fl the spon- ~.orwoqd 1s to ,be chairman .o;f .the 1 The January n ewcorne.rs 00 th-e cam"Business Frtiends," ~ Y. W. Wed- !sor. Dr. G. M'. Br.own and M.rs. 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Secretary af itlhe Uni- .as Heinie. . ' uur..,. y-0u 111 n 0 go .a 1 asWh en ia g r aduate of othe'r years r.e- f k · ' ·ust m ake '.ran · unassuming, and uncomplain- ve•rsity of Neb1·aska, .as a visitor in At th h d t..l k . th" 3 ketb a 11 gan"' ,..., arrange- t ur ns to the c·ampus h"• may m:~s hi"s m g h th . e uge, woo en v oc in ... ·eh Bob ~n H e had a friends, the 1·nstructors~ '-- has"" "ad "'- ·· w ·eire · e colleg,i.ans can make Pe"'"u. She was guest o.f. the g1J11.s otf . . . . ments w' ..,...,yre. ,. cen•""sto d H ho 1th 11 0 1 " th '"' • •>•e•H· r dicu1lous, necessa.r.y req.uests the Hall, and they wrn always re- · ""II. · eune c ppmg w wh ole "harem at · e last; one. a~d even the bo11rd.ing p,liac~ m~y d · l h k b · hi h , r ~· a n, receive the ;fluUillment Qf their memp:ier her as .a tru·e frined .of all a c eaver some s an . .ones w c h a ve chang ed but he ·WJill recognize d~mands? Beca.use .O/fl examinations and re- 1we.re for one o;fl hlis "special c.ustomA st.udent ti n Professor Kahn's His-/ t hle ·l:itlJ,e stor.e on. the 'hNl. When he g,if!l~rabion no fes~ivities have been ers". He was large .and ·beei1'y 11/S bet.ory class asketl where Egypt w as sees the small, white cka.p ·board. ibox- "--"--"--......_"--~-"' planned duning the pas.t week. How- fits a g.oo.d. Ge.r man butch~·. He was dur ing the Dark Ag es. ~haped _b uilding that long ago. settlted ever, all have been preparing, .for the 1·.a lmost entirely covered ,b y .a huge We.JI. w h a'G d-0 you tWnk a\bo.ut ·i t? its(~.f as close to the college camp.us llIDfll - cnmlng semester ·o f concentirated , white ap.ron against which his ilarge.. as lit ·cliared, he begins to feel in me- _ . . , _ . . , _ . . . _ _ " ' _ " ' _ " _ study. red hands, choleric ~fia.ce an thick Who says educatio n d.oes n't h ave a mor.y the pangs <>if\ hunger that were PERU PEDAGOGiI.AiN n~c.k sharply contrasted. His pro.udcarrY over? Why if Evelyn Kiilpat- sP od'~n satisfied at the Hill Store. FORTY Y•EARS AGO Januar.y 31. 1923 est possession was a light-red Paul iUck hadn't t aken t umbling she co.uld Wh.e.n .Mr. LandiOit, the 'Owneir was THIS MONTH 1893 von Hindenb.urg moustache which he never have done tJl.a,t lit tle ,flail, fn the aske;J how long the store has .been VIGNETTES FROM wor.e with fine dignity-- D. yv. clin.ing r oom, so p rettiily .. .h411re he .replied., "Well, I don't know. Dr. A. .w. Norton, who has been There is even an art iJ1 falling and I've had it eilose to twent.y years my- .Superintendent of the Tra.ining School STUDENT ESSAYS {Rl!ing grac.lifuilly. self and I~ don't know how 'long it P,it Oswego, New York, has assumed SNOWFALL- JANUARY 20 Service with a Smiae was· 'he1re ·before that." the .duties r.if) Prestdent of Peru to We mentioned t he fa ct, iat one ti me, The· buJildling itself is much the succeed Pr-0.fesso.r George .L. Farn- St. Peter forgot to close the glitterRIGHT- A- WAY 0;!1 cont!1ib.uiting .a n ickeU t o the d.av- shape of an , old-fashioned countr.y ham.. ing gate last eve. Shoe Shop enp.or:t. ·n t he parlol". Now we want sch.ool house. It holds above lits winA. dinner \l\'•as served. tin h.o n·o r of And the mighty ech.o.i ng ·b last ;fltom to ma ke ourselves cle·ar as t.o what d c..ws the La.rg.& squal·e ~oo.O.en sign o,f Pr.o.fusso.r an:d Mrs. Farnham. Gab.r iel's horn, M. C. MED.LEY 1 use th.is money willi ,be put to, so you prop1fotorsh.ip. A wsll-swept. wood- .P rofessor G. W. EUis acted as t oast- Blown at the ;h ed-time c:f the angels, ! ~--------------­ w-0n't f eel it,hat :it tls .being spent f.ool- en porch holds a few packing b oxer. ma<>.t.er. (It is i.niterestling to note that I s~pt the I ======================~ ishly. a nd g asoline c.ans. These ·llh"e two ad- Professor Ellis is stiiU o.n the .flacultyl' Leaves from the sHver mapte tree. It has bee•i .f ound that m uisdc c alms ditions since g.r and1father's time. Gas- at Emp·o.r.ia· .Kansas.) do;wn thei FARMERS ELEVATOR the 1haser p·assions. If this is the o~ine pumps have been put up as a A. K . Go.udy is holding the State Golden' st.reet and pa st the web-,spun 1 COMPANY case, small ra~o sf!lts may be install- sign that the "reckless age" has come S.upe.rinten:denc.y -O$f Nebraska. (He is pearly gate. . ed on_ e~ch .davenport. Yes, and ii! to coll.ege and a movie signh 0 ard, con- the g".reat uncle of Marjorie and Ken- They floated uncertain1y '8mong. the Coal, Feed, and Grain money p ermits th.e_y may even jb e in- fident that here is a conspkous- p csi- neth Y.oung who are now attending midnight clouds w. H. Hutchinson, Manager stalled b.e'hind the training hUild~ng. tion, f'.anks one co1rner of the buiLd- schc.o1.) And ~hen hearing tlhe .t'o.otsteps of lt is hoped that there m'llly ,be a l arg e ' ing. · From the No.rmai1 Courier Time ·behind them, set :fur t he bleachers at th~ athlet:ic · Cit~ depa.rtment sto.res have sc-:irJanuary 1893 'They flu.rr.ied· hurriedly :d ownward. fieLd .by spring .at the lat est. c el;y a llar.ger V!!lriety of .articles tha n THIRTY YEARS AGO 1903 the whistling wind Slince every.o n e knows, n o.w, Oifl the are to :be found ·i in tbiis building. All Two 1Jjil'ls, o;}e for the new library Dusting the silver 'flecks .flrom the good ca.use, let's g ive, .tlreely anld tile eccenti-ic needs of c:J!l'eg-e b<'ys and on.e for the audito.rium, went gau21e cd' there wings. A. E. JOHNSON, D. D. S. wilJsin·gly. and g.irls -r1re met here. Every in~h thru' · the legislation. The1 bill 1 Earth awooke at sunrise. She shiverX-RAY SERVICE of space is utiLized. Motto.e s and fb r t he library was lost, but. ape:d so;flly, · PHONE 36 Now t hat a. new sem~ster has st;irt- advertisements soften the glaring propniations were obtained for the T·h en drew ck.se to her bosom, the ed every one solemnly swears to keep. space which might b e caused !;Jy a new chap.et-the present g ymnasium g old-flecked those n.ott;e b o.oks up. , " . · \ v~cant wall. One lis thoroughly con- an:d swh nmiing poc.I- in 1903. Ermine <YI. the once silvex maple!-======================== " We'll never go th.i;-0.u gh t b at ag.~m~') vinced, however. that emi<:\i.ency p,a-e~resident ~· A. Clarke, .b rother nf leaves. - - - - - --. v·a ils •because o;f the con:Lident quick Miss Esther Clarke, worked very - A. J. BOB KATZ MEOW m ?.nner in which 'tthe derks are able ha.rd for double appropi1iations. How- -to locate any manner qf article. One e•ver, he is 1to. ·lie c.ong ratulateld on A Shop in the Old Rome Town THE MARDIS STORE 'lb.e 1:1.tb.e;r da)I r ~w.as jUSt ·"tMnking is g_ratflfi, too, ;tl'o r th.e unsu.rprised (rnakJng pos.sible the bufikling - ex! the ab.<mt h.ow nice ~t woul d\ be if _I could ex~~rezsion he m aintmns at the most ·new cha p;el. On my way home I p a.ssed cild . Qu.ality Merchandise Best g et out Oif tbns c·age o;r rmne a nd unus.ual r equest. I TW~TY Y~S ~GO 1913 He.inje's 1butcher-shop and it was a Low Prkes prowl arou nd all t h ese lov~ly big tr~es .What W,ind elf a.rticl~ do .y ou think j Th~ Ph11om~thian .So~iet.~ g ave an ·butcher-s hop, ;!!or Heinie ha:d not on the campus . While I w as m usmg are most demanded ·b y students? An opening s~rnn entertamment on yie·lded· to the mo.dern methods of on whait a g r and t ime I w.ould hwe inq.u.ir,y showed that the most .flrequent Jan~ary 7. . . merchan:qising and changed his placll o.ut of it all tha_t I heard the l<>udest petition :is .flor paper b.oxes. One Miss Kraemer JS chairman o,1' the to a "Grocet eria" a ''Delicatessen" crack;. I p r ic k ed u p m.y ea,r.s and gQt ;cler.k said that next cam,e peanuts ~rogram co~~i~~ ,0 f th~ ~ C. . i br il •'•.Meat Emp.~Jjium.•" H8i,ne, ana · up an.d looked aro.und to see what w.a11 a.nd ~fsk .bro.oms. Other calUi are A. an.a ' tliE ~embers tfr~ J.ooltmg /q't 'e..i'e ryt'hjng a bout his shop, w1as still Otci and New Student~ happening . . f or thread.. coug h .drops, lig ht bu-Lbs, soce mteres11ing extrll.'l m t he ne.ar exa ctdy as on e woU1ld expect 0i!I the Welcome at The noise came ;lir.om. the _:rymnas.i- -fr11;i t, ;1?o.untain p ens, and mouse- traps. · iilit.t~re. . t.radition al German butcher. um, so I •t ried to peer aroun d the A d' The most aiilu.ring p art o:f! the store, / 'The Y. W. C. A. devot7ional me~~ 'T hroug h the g1ass windo.ws od' the BROWNS EAT SHOP building ta see wha t 1 could see. Th.e ho;wever ~s found at th~~ tb ack where . ing on December 1~ w.as led b~ M1Ss enormo.us old reif)riger atoJ., I could 1 Yz blocks South Lib-racy mystery was s olv ed! Someone had the s oda ;flountain and lunch counter · Brarn;~n who~e topic was .C h~is;mas see hnlve.s o;f pork · and quarters o,!I hiit someb.otl.y else, for s omeone start- '?Josert a n impo.rtant p.art an :develop- Joy. fhe Philo H all :'as t~stily de- O:Jef;f r .!tnging j from the ceil,ing .as cxf ed hoHeri ng, " W'h at tlid you hit m e i ng democaracy a nd socia1bilit.y among ' co.rateil f o.r _the c.cc.asl on w~th ever - oad. A long .r efrig erated showc.ase w.as 1 1 with? .What did :y;ou h ii.t me with?" the-Students. After college e:v.emts th~y g r een and rm ··1 .: vvee<t. . . . . tlk; only modern not~. In it w.e re __ K_I_N_G_S_B_AR--B-.E-R_S_H_O __P__. That voice sounded IriigWty faµiil iar race t o t h e hill store . The counter At the y ,_ .M. C. A-_metltm g DJstrict laid out pin k -white pigs' ;feet r.eady to me· 1but ;flor the lj'fe of me I couldn't is too sh ort ; the ta.Pff.es too :flew, and Student Secre.t.a ry NI_PP.S for Ne·b-·as- 'for the pickling , whole h ams and Your P atronage Appreciat ed recognlize whose it was. Again T the .stodls t oo scarce to accomodate ka, C.olor~do, -~yommg· . Uta.~ a~ Ifarg,e cuts. entanglements a.fl ·~~p red Hair Cuts Are Now 25 cents heard thait q uestion . " What did y.oul mor e than twic.e the number f or New Mex~c_o v1S1t6:'1 and .mspi ed t e Frankfurters and g.r eat round cheeses. . •th? which the.y are intended. The quick - members with the idea of ~ospal t~m ' one o;f1 which was (la·belE!:d "LimburUnder Barnes Pharmacy curi'OuS:· b,y t his time, est ones sit or stand conditli?ns pe r.Oif. to ger v on Duetschl.a.nd:!' ThJis w as f or so I asked s c:meont!I going .by what I m jt a nd la ug h and Joke with t_he o~e w~ek of t h e ..1 Chus_tmas Vaca sp ecial custom ers. The layo.ut was · · "W·hy don't you/ cle•r ks a nd each other and supervise t 10n Lively, B. C. Hend.rick.s, T.yson, He.i nie's id~ o.fl adv,t!!l·tising-his buswas happemng. · · d Wh A d e nd Bakeli were chosen · · k th t Ith ccach wias knocked t he prep.arat!iion o:f1 the ir 'o r e.r s1• en n. r W S · a · ' · : iness ethics- t o show ever.yt~mg as GROCERJiES AND HARDnow a kede thleir appetites are appeased .others The Ever~tt pr ogr am .rill December . it is . At one e.nd of the counter w.as WARE SUPPLIES. out?" he: \ to te1t me . that t ruk.e their places . The t ables iar e c.o n- . l 3 w.as most unusua.I. A voc·w .l!Olo b y 1 a g,reat., jblue barr~ f!ull olf p;ickles, 1 "t Then !in t;:e~o::g-·class -that · t h is vend~n.t !foir informa~ity. l;fl the mus- : Frank EM~~berger; a. farc.e ho& g.hos~ j' at the ot her end w as a g reen ·h a.rrel · ~ was · . The coach couldq't re- .t a.r.d is on the oth er t a ble it r eq.ufreth ly P.r ank m a boar~mg sc 001 ~ an bearing "Schmale's Kr.aut." The happened.. . h ..;,.. ht . ' h t 11 to. a.ppropr'ia1ffi ~t jlor the laltter p art was ,m :the for~ od:) a fls or, which h.a:d; been my :tie.light i.n member hitttmg_ the ft_'>-or •. . e ..,.oug •t no ;eac a .a. , IIGer ma n pr0gram. Old "Deutsch" t he fellc.w ib oxmg· with ~am bad h~ one s s e.W.. d. . n or frag ile was one ·of the selections p~ay.ed b y ==== ========= ========== ========= = him with so:methiing, .but it_ was. nolt ~.ot odamty I essm g ss 'Th .f o.d is I ou.r imported German orch estra, 1'.oi- - - -- -- - - - -- -- - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - -ing l/ike that. Our coach JUst forget china draw pat.r o.n age. ed o t l . lowed -by a p iano solo PY Miss Gass, ELBCTRIC SHOE SHOP to g uard himself very weU. .good, well cook ed. cheap, a~ t .eixac ye I a nd a reading in :tihe lang uoage . of 111 ?" I asked w h at i·s ask -·" ilor [n wm er on ·· When you are pleasant we are satisfi.ed "Who was the f.eFio.w · · """ ' · . th "Vaitertand" by .M'3ss Pete r son. may orde.r b amb.u rgers the E(ize of I e . t ·· All Work Guaranteed my stor.y telie.r-. . . ma , Prof essor Whiten ack g ave a mos m"Why. he's that junior who came ~nner piah~· In ts umm toer ofn e th~ , t er esting t alk on "G.ems o,f1 Ge.rman Phone 109 Phone 109 CLARK St t I w:on't teU pick o ut 1s .o wn oma .es rom , down .h ere from a e. . I ·eries at t h e iflrnnt olf t h e st ore, L iteratu re"' . Y<>u his name, but :yiOU. .know w}l.o g.r.o~ th to t h e 1Jack . ·and . h ave The Dram atic Club started work o.n " c.any em · J It ·is one of mean .aJl.ywa.y. h them slice d for him . Sandwich es, it.h e eaxly sp r m g P ay. I thanked him ;flor the newsl t en, . h k d s undaes m aintain t he most p-0pular :dramas o,f') tpe day, • went on hfi s way. milk a n e o.v er ·o ther !food .and with a compIicated and b.e . s a.ed.es· rnj · · P I·ot • There Goodness gracious. M r.- - -, (Oh· their. pr 0 .b;an~h waitea-s wil) fix is a most eficient cas~ with :M~ss Fer[ ahncst :told who the poor· scared, but, .jit) p o¥H1 e, II e. . . wish Kan- genson and .Miss P eoll\et.ier as compe. . . !) don't ycfu re.al- whatever the co egians · . h . .· 1 mn:ocent Jumor was - . D 't ·11 h olates wer e order.ed· b y !tent coac es. fragile? on sas mi t c oc . . TH E NORMALITE ize that coac h es are . 1 • a c·o.~ple of girls t h.e other (]'ay. · . · let me hea,r (}f that again . ch now! "We Sell for Cash" is .a conspicious J anuary 31· 1913 Ge.e· he.r e comes .the c.oa . So s i n jn .t hiis sto.r e ·but just took ai l.oo.k TEN Y•EARS AGO I knew I recognized that vo1c.e. t gthe 1biJ1's! 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Kearney and Hebron Both Fall Under l Bobcats Paw , Logan of Omaha is Guest .Soloi t - - -'- - Coi>.ch L · -rben's B~·bcats wo n t h eir Tt'es:'·a~1, January 31, the coll ge ' second stri?.ight Conf:eirenc~ basket- J Chorus -b rou g·ht themse,l ves to the bill gam e, ,by so undl y t r ound ng t01e r.ttenti.on c;O the c'Ollege:. as b dn g '1 KC1arney A.r:it:.Jopes, at. 'Ke ~ rn ey, Fri- spied.id an.c1 W€•1l tr ained gro up d d.?..v. nig-bt, 45 to 26. ·T h e mens ' sec t•1011 was p·PI ·. smgers. I . ~ii1lh C Aptain " Red" Frief.eirt fii, rn- ticularly o.:itstsn.d.ing displaying tal· I ish1ng the fi reworks, t he, B o-)Jcats .t ook I ent .and exo· erience. Pexu is pr ou.d to Sa'-ulll'd ay morn.mo· aft · ht'· . ·~ th p ''" er a mg 8 I an earl y leac1 and the Ant. l opes never : b the( p ote.•sor of\ the. ·best tenor secv1s1,., e eru arguers met the. deth t j C · F · f · ' ·ea ere . ap·!Jan r1e ert m tfr. tnon 111 the st ate. ;f S l ~aters o I t. c{ene.d.ict's at Atchin~on In th.e ideibate Peru ur.1he}j the ~f:'g·~ t. .111c:d a. ~11Url~ l a.rge crowd of specThe fi rst g r oup of songs show~ n t ?.tors (mcl:.1dmg the Oma h a team) weU halance.' l t:me.. T he Russum ntive. whJen he sank seven field goals :flrom chanit "H.osptld.i P cmilui" b.y Lvovsld Jn the afternoon, af:ter a ~urried trip Second Team Lost to Aubu.rn in Enrollment of Men Exceeds Fir~t · mi.c1 cour~. ife cJame hack in 1i~e se.- J WRS pro·b abl y the mos~ appe.aling d.u e two deciates were held with WashGood Game Semester by Nine con:d perio.d to c 2gei three set-ups, I to its diffe-rent n~t\:re. The other ·burn r,1uad at 1opek~. ln this <lis___ .thus SElCUJling ind.ividua.l honors for JI rnngs inclu,der'I· in :t.lJJi3 proup wer e, cussi:,;i Peru ur!l the negative and -~isplayi_ng ne:11"··C'ha~rr,1ions~.ip T~.ough '.de~nite fig.u:es .are not yet th~ evening with ·toJtal o;f) twenty " Lo, H~w a i:-cse E'f~ B_lo~ming" affirmative against .differe.nlt teia.ms... Ln and o,:D b ?.sketb <>ll, Captain V el v1ck ! ·?.v ail!able; i.t is a certr.nnty that there 1porn~. ! Frae.tr.nus-Ca.111 and Ac ora'11us Te. Th.e ·:d~b.at~ whkh were h eld werei led the Bob kilt.tens to .a 34 to 26 vie- \ is a n increa~e in enrollrr:ent t his sem- 1 Cru·michaal w as sec'On.d with twelve I by P ?l'·st:oin.a. non-dE!cision affair · Their object tory over their tra.ditional -riv.als, t h e ester over that of t he firs.t se.mest~r. , p.o,ints wh(lle Dwdej ·Graha)TI le:d. tihe 1 .Mr. N. J . Log·.an of Omah ::i, cam~ was Ito providE!! experience and .an eJX- AUJburn Bulld,ogs on the P e'l'.u :mar:;les Aller t:h.e final cih.eck iis ma.de the,t ota.l : Ke ar ney •atttach with three fiel1d goals 1as g.uest soloist . Despite the .ilact change of ideas in rnateri•al an.cl ar- \ h1st Fri·d ay night. I e ·· r iimenlt figu r es wilil .be, availaele 1 and a pair .of ;firE<e throws. 'th ?t he ca.me .on such shor t noUce lVIr. rangemel_lt. After the rdeib.ates imThe Kitt.ens ever on the a lert, to.ok ?.nd tho true comparison may be 1 The Bc.)Jcats l ed at the h altl, 26 to 11 Logr n .•.an~ in such a manner and ft.>rmJ(ll :d iscussions were h~ld. he- · .<) "dv~nt<>ge of ''earl I allowing their oppone ntis b w't three voice.a to immec'.iatEdy win " ·' · y e ve r y SCOl.·lnP,. shown . . thC! ap· t ween the gro.~ps. t l,. h _ ,,e· d T he m ::st striking f,"n .. r is the fiE' l l.d go2ls . c J,uring t he h.alf. Andrews rroval of his aud, i eince. H is first 0 puort•· nity and 1 "' , .. f.l r coo · e a.w . · I , · L " .:r song The gr.oup arrived homei . S.und,a.y def:ei}sive work · pre v e nted, inn •; mer- incn.,ase.d nun:·ber of men on the cam- ! anid P E';;'·:-.rrnn Etart:e:l . t h e g3i:ie1 r.t i".Whe.re, .'·er Yo,, W ,• k.. I. e ~ ? n· aftern'<>-OJ! .an.d was entertametdi .Juy able Bulldog r allies. Captain Velvick I pus. For tl'.e ? .ast five year3 t1hn ~ .ilor wn ·s for P er.u, with Carrru.chael It.mued with th:r~ei songs m h~ nabve P~o.ibssor and M:s· Nabors .at a was .o utst.andJng l>n buth. otfenFe an ::! a.·> be.en a not1c~ble tendency to- at oonte-r .and Punc-~es and P11efe1t to.n5 ue, . Norw~g,an. In th:!> fi rst of dinner :tha" ev enm ct JI a~~·1ense f er th .>. ...1.. .ac boy . _who was_ · eI 1oca1 1au.<.; ..uoug-h • war.d a more ev•:on . ·ba.1?.nce 0.f · men a";· the gUtar.d.s. D. ur111g the last ha lf .tJ-n·~e. hits .,de1p1cted . The Peru squad is now scbediuled R a1·lsb a c k a n d· .l'l th · ·t t ,, ' and women atten.dmg thie f alJ .and Crawfor d an;c1 Ra1hback replaced t he 1mr r1s ':' ne.- , 111 thE' m .untam, and wa~ · .., y. e con n H' •. 1 h . to meet. Omaha teams at Omah.a. We.d.- 1. th (·Jr · Spa1:e 1.. ,. • u·1es. G ene E l y \Vmte-r. t.rms. TJ-e atten.d.ance·. 1s ,v r y 1• j)::irwar.ds, .and. Ho.ward Hatcher went of o,1} ·4a . · •ve.r.r nmg ;Jb r the knowledge d . wd nt n~av . Considerr.t.ion is also be.innh f the B 1lid ff . . one-s1dej t he summer t.erms ll1 favo r 111 for P L·111eh es at gu a.r.d. I.-,y beyond . The secon exp1esse a ._ "' s one or u ogs on c ense, 1 . . . . . I This. O\licJtor . y ewer tihe K£arney five be" "s I., ve ar._,,.. .?OPi· c.~ c13t1on . · ·f or his. g iven to ·an .invit.,ti.on to r«turn neoct "th B hl d B c1 t · I of t he women, whmh., from the~t,md r.... - _ w1 o an. r e: ner E arnn g on . . . 1 • - It h Saturday ito St. B€1IlEdict for a tourn- 1 detlense. I po.1~t of tl":.e men.' 1s.h.1gh.ly ac~epta.~le. pl a,ce.d the Bo.beats ~earer the top of! rr.othe;r,. Th~ .was fl~ ratne·r ca .e Y ament. i . I Smee the11hegmmng of r :<g1str · tJon the LacLde·r, t hus le.avmg t he Ar.'bE l pe::; melc'Cly rn which the Scan.dan.avians J ~coring start.e:cL . ,-,c,o? after . the / in Se:it.eml.:e·r, tioEre ilws he.en a total . to rcc upy t:-e ce llar position in the g<>ve homa!$e to t.heir countr y. The , whist le w~en. Velvi~k tipped a J~mp~ I of 212 men e·nrolled in t.he• ~eru_ ::?t.ate 1 conilein;nce race.. . . !~~r."rl(] ~r up of srn gs in.r.bd~d ' .1'11 T ' "-LENT'VD Mr TS/CAL .n: £J v. j .b.?,~1 .un.d ei thie ba.s k ,lt :flor t~vo p om:s, I Te'.!ch ers, College .up t ? .:ind. mcluclrng- / The u nC:cfe.at E•d Omaha Unnve,s1ty Smg Tho'.'< Sonvs o.il Ar.ab1e", Drink STlJ.DENTS lf:NROLL Ra.ilsbA.-ck a.o'ded a pom~. with a g u t 1 the second .d·ay of -reg is :ra•ion f ' r foam, v. itn ess : d tihe Peru-Kearney , to ·M'e Onl.y Wi.t,h Thine E yes", and t oss, and Blvth e an.c1 R ail: back s.:rnk :1 the second sem.ester. Ti1.~ fa.ct is g,?.me. Th"'.Y ·v.. ere on h an 'I for tJ-.eir 1"Tnvict ·s ." . Th~ Mu.sic D e-partment o'f P eru is a couple oil: l·o ng ones bed'lor e Auburn j o: t,'Ot".nd ing tr at there are twe nty- , o- 8me with r~ennev S'tur.day night, 1 '.I'he conclu.diin g pr~sentation b.y the € specia,lly fortu nate .in .aq.uiring some c 2.lle:d t ime o~t.. BJyt~~ br ou~ht, .the ~eH·n i:ien Etu.dents now 0 ·.1 the cnm- 'i i n which Omah a w~n 35 to 21,. Ch orus .and Mr. Log an :Va~' th.~ "B,: al new talente\d students this se.me.:;ter. st ands to th€1!r f ee);, with itwo c.ot nt- µt: s wh'O we:re not he r e last s r me ter, 1 The .line up. · Mu ·ic" from t he Or.a,ton o Eh!ah. Mr. Kenneth P ace ~ Co.uncil Bluffs N'S .1'1-om m~d-fioor bef-0.r>e Ely, J-~ast- wh.ile on.ly si xteen left scho'O l. T.hi& Kearne,y (26) Mr. Kett£·rin g w as .u n.a.ble to arprnr Iowa, and iorme.rly .a sturleai.t a.t Om- il,y su.):>stitu/ted .flor McConneJJ, s unk incr ease of eleven is ch aracteristic of p Pl . FG FT PF PT.3 be.c?use c.dl .a kd t hroat. .._ C rm~·· · ht on U mvers1 · ·ty, ha s pla .> A b _;; tli e g r owi Jg t en dency 011 t.he p ~ rt nf / F.os.D.•: tleayer -- ----' a111a . Ye u1 u rrn ' s fi n ·,t . b. as k e t : E'"Y .floll OWt>U Graham ________ 3 2 2 8r 1 t re b.ass viol in the Om a ha Symphony with two. c!-JarrtJtes _q u1ckly fQ/Ilowe"~/ 1,·er: tc ent·r :;he teachi ng r rofe.i::;~o .i. · jj F ' 2 2 1 6 f:fERR!MENT R E IGNS 1 • · T h e p eru .debate sqiu.ad., discussing e c a ncellation 0~ war debts m~t i' first competitfon last Satur.day on wtek-end· trip into Kian.sas. W·i llard S mard, Rex Rucksdashel and ,,,,,,; ht WaJ.-".> ' Ln"g UJU, uniuer the direction of PrGJle.ssor ,...,. i~ abors, reprellent ed Peru in Uhe debates whi ch Wel'e haldi.

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Judge Burny .alfter ;nd was a s tiu.d.ent o.fl the coI.le~e: in vick sinking from m~d-co.urt on the stud~ ~~king p art fo ~he music .: ~:n:~~;k J e.~;·ing both appeals .r·efcrrecL t he 2 0 1930-1931, Mr. Steph wsen . plays ~he fir.:.t pl·ay an:c1 Rai4;b ack made one 1 co. test' w•m be g ue~ts of the colleg e i . . h l 4 4 1 12 r rse t o the jury. k · il th c Ca1.nnc ae ------,, l 1 h t th r e.u g h c h.~.rit,y lanei. P u g o.~ :is I' or · ese g am es. -. . . I (Continued on p age fo.ur.) I Miss Cald<'r wr..n t re c r se, am.u r so bass viol: ch? nce and. ma.de three more. I The E 9gles ar e h ol ~mg flast onto. received, five do ll ~.1'3 .a.o wn a nd one Cl t Family Feature ; with a gfil'.t and a long ~bot .~om / second place .i n th.e co:-.fler~ce and T RAI NING SCHOOL I\I, 1, N, K, cioll?r pe-r month tihe.rea.fltoe.r. . em en Osf lL vb 11 Game ' cen,1<eir. Brown ad ded a p omt .ibr t h e h ave already won v1ct1...r1es over Ii •ENTRIES CHOSEN The ·8il11 of J ohn Fester, director 0 e.. a ·, Bdld ogs wut}l. a gHt Pugh Ke".rne y, Wayne .anrl P~ru . . Cc.ach --o:f t!he tria.1 was .t o p!rove that the . f th M I N; K c.ase of C PJck r an,d, Corn c0uld worl1 0 R~ il>1back countered w1.th, a one- R 1J.fus Trapp h as a f orm1d abl e team, ~ 11 Faculty wins ano.ther volley ,l:ra, ~n.~ ~~~ from the corner. Charr .ber:> center ed aro.u nd, a . -sh ar p shoo.tin g I Re ; rc.sentat\ves or h e . t . ·. . . ~ more cooo er,- 'pvelv i.f married while game. I a , lt~e Bulldog score, up to 18 a nd I forwar.d, Bechte,l l, and an all st ate ' Mwnc ~onte~b ;;er~. c hose~ al a ~ro- , .h ol;-\ing t he office~ ofl presiden.t and Last Th ursch1y evenjng, in the Co~ ~~ . k took two m oire p oints on a center, BarteH, who i's playing his ; ~~·amJ g iven 11:130 e T~g sc oo ~ro t:~ vice- presi•d ent. l""ge g ym, the Faculty diemo nstrate I et VIC the third pe.rio·d clooe, p , ru, third year for the E agles. y, h a~udar,y . e onl ebs J se ec The action taken on t1hle r.bove .t rial . . Volley haLi by deft.at- se -up as · · h h im by t e• JlL .ges are n amfl~ e ·ow . ff. t heir a pility rn . . bo 1 in , 31; A· ~burn 18. Coac h Lorbeer, as ~t. m~c .. .Jn, t ru mental solos: Alto hori.,, M:ax · will 'fail io h Al•d t rue as new o icers ing the Elmwood Firemen, 3 At the beginning -of the ihe r t .h p~ r- p r oveid team, .as srown m theJ~ la . t Ji e SaL•ltzbaug h· ' cornet Leroy R ed: fr.r tr.is seme. •t•r were ruect,ed, as · 00: ga:Ues. ....,,.. .a few two g.ames, :a n d the feathers. will ·~e n ' ' a series the ame ' iod both te~ms jockeyed .1";.r he I i!ern; cJ pr imlt, Ruth Gilbilan.d; trom- \ :i1 Jlows: . . An outstand.r ng fleature of . ~t I minutes till Pugh s-ank a. long on e. fl ying when t h e Bobcaq; meet t ! hon J~ck Hazelton baritone h orn t Houstin Km g· dvcr Pres11denu; John ~1 of the v1SI ors, . "flt I . k I . e, ' J . p .d t Ec1n M , w~ the perso_n"l' . I. Clem- I VeJvick ma.de one o.ut ~ three_ g1. s I Ea~les h ere ith1s wee . Verena Gr.aves bass h or n, Elizabeth Fo~.ter Vi ce te fi' en > . ,. , a ay· , which hiad as its captam, of S.upt. '·?.ttem!1¢s be.flore. the entire P er.u te?m -~<::>-"""-~<:>.-""> , S.aultzbaugh . piccolo, Mo.nte Gene Istrick Se'Cretary; Jes•Je Joy, Treas. ents, 68 years old., and .i)a,th '. was taken out by su bst:it.utions. The ~ I Gaines· flute .E ulah Bell Johnson ; S. L. Clements -0.f the Per~l~~~:d i Auburn aggre<gation, after fr equent 1c~llo, Dorothy Bur·bridgJ:!. BASKETBALL LAST WEEK Thre,e ot}l.er members oil the . t ' suJJstit,·J tions t ' r .u g h out the gam e ~ Group number s: . cornet q:Jat .t HIGH SCHOOL team were brothers -O:f Supt Cle~:~:~ h~.d evidently f,oun.c1 a click~ng com- ~ Thu1rs<lay, F e.b. 9- M l Classes ' F.orest Corn, director; d aIJinet quar- P eru Pre1p 34 Au.burn 26 In the final game Guy Cl~~Clem- I binati.on, an.d t:he P er.u yeia.rlmgs were meet 9:50; Fn: sh man Clubs tet, J ane Sn1der , direetor; st-ring N:e.br. City 47 Tecumseh. 1~ ju.red his knee a.r:d Sup\:·make it a: f soon in a. t ig ht spot as .Ely a n:CL P er 7-9. Philo-Everett .S qu Pr tc.it;, Euni ce Burbridge, directo•r. 11 l<'al.ls City 40 ,P awnee ~aty 17 ents j oined the; F t reanen t tdu.e beg,an t h eir .b.ombar.dment,, Vel Fri.dav, Feib. 10-M~ L N. K. Vocal rnlos: w .arren A:dams, men's P lattsmouth 35 Tarkio 11 f!amily affair. Perhaps that accoutnhs l vi-ck Lea'hy and Railsback ,were /l .Mus.ical Conte~t, P eru at Brock ' hig·h voice). Richard 'Blythe, Men's Auburn 34 Humboldt 32 n •ood won e I1 q u.ickly ' • ' · · . · T a bl e Rock 6 for lljie .tact that El mvv s ent' hack mto ~h e gam e · V Satu r.c' .ay, F e.b · 11- M • I · N · K· medi•Jm voice; M.arg.qente Coat.ney, · .L:-1w1ston 1 Last .m~tch. • _I From this point on .the Kitllens con- ~ Music Contest girl's hig:h voice; Ruth Chatel ain FALLS CITY VS PERU PREP FEB l O Members cxf1 the facUJlty tea.m m :t'rated on stopping t h e Bulldog ( Mon., Feb. 13- K.ind-Primary oiirl's low voice. COLLEGE -.l • f E ·1 Pi Tau 7-8 ~ " 'I~hle training school orchestra b and I P eru 45 K earn~y 26 clud~ Profs: Tyler, Larson, Baker, .,,cen: uls 85 both te.ams sh owl:OUJ signs Club 7-8 psi on t Rev Coad :i.<> ·fi The T. D It 8 I ' ' K earney -91 Lindstrom .and Clemen s, · •th tiring from t'he tern c pace. Sigma .a u e a girlfs glee club, mixed chortis, and Omaha 35 9 a nd Peter Holdorfl also played W1 ma e nded witlh the score: P eru, 34 T!!es., Feb. 1'.1-P. D. C. 9 : 50 , perhaps .a .drum ensemble wihl also jchadron 46 w .ayne 3_ t he f\aculcy. ' .~a burn., 26. · C Fall City HI (here) () ! !ppear. , Ch!adron 45 Wayne 42 A return g ame at Elmwood will be U! , (Continued on p·a ge four.) -"""-o<.:::,...-<:>_ «:::>_""7-~play~ at a tater date.

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CLUB .._ _ ...__..__"°_....._"°~ m e ch a nical reg1strat1~n . ·x.s ltl., r -·e cord ec1 as h ist_or y UI n.: e ' n~11 AF, .a ;ffithlng c onclusion to a success1 • the ma n . ~ · · eI b at" G.ale CarlieT h as gone. t o Omaha WiDliarn Haus~: . is . . a s eth ers, ful e v eping qfl vaJent:in_e c. e r ion • •l ·be wit h ·hlis f'!at her during hds serious instea.d o.1' r~gis~el'Jlng · til he wJ:richi included games, pr1Ze'5, a_nd sta n ding in lilne /Pr h o urs u n 1 om - refreshment s,, t he elecwon of pre.sii:l1Hne,ss. rea:che rs 'Miss T.ear as ,a pprova c · / i n g oft'icers fur the new s&nesteir w as I . . . ·n g ·o ver again, · m ittee, a n d the:n b eg m ll!l. . he1d the results w're . as ;fJ>l:J.ows.; Published WePkly at Peru State Tea chers College-·I E ri r ohlm ent in the senio t· hig h stayed ~n bE•d on . r e:pistra,µ on h ,a,y ·P resident - - - -------- Barriet Loocl.1 $ l .OO /sc hool is m uch the s a me this seme~ter · ned up ,L..,r ~ ...""xteen ours 1 Vice-Fresi.d e nt ------- Len-or · e H arn-, · ~:ntered at the Post~ffice of Peru, Nebraska, as second <.lass m a tte r . T1h!ere he sig ..fls it w as last. D w,ig ht Grove.r has cre~:it, a nd s uch cou rses! H ere y~u IS r etary-Trea.s urer - -- Laur.a Bauri. , m oved to Miss ouri. Fre d D a v e n port the Year- Sc sing le copy. will g et an ide a wih~t to t ake while ·; R:~orter _·____ _::_ ___ Vi v ian Sha:l.€ has entere:d ·t.h e P E•ru High Schoo~. between tlhe <;lean whit e sh ee,ts . / · Eng lis h Lite.ra tu.re, under Dr. . . CflURCH EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - - -- - ----------- - - -------- - M. FLORENCE MARTIN FIRST M . E . h. .Mr. Ben.f'o rd h as sta r ted a number Srruit h as interesting a cours~ .as I o.Jl p fano classes in thie trailljing sc~ool. anywh~re to be .f1ounc1 :i,n a ch.ss-room : / Churc? Sch~oI: 9 :45. a. m. Preac F aoolt y Advisor ------ - ------ ----- - - ------- -- -'-------- - - -- J . W . Tyler Tw e nty-SQ•Ven children h ave e.r:ro1led. But w h!at .ab o.ut J.eclturE". n ote>?- Just 1ing s ervice, 11 •.00 .a. m. . They a .·e 'from gr.ad el'; t h ree to six in- see some o ne w h o h a s ,t aken the ' .Every Third Sunday mght at 7; 30 STAFF ASSOCIAT E S c lu ~ ve . The. wor k wli.ll probaib.ly be course: An:d t h en hiis't~ry of Mat h. / p. m .,. .u n ic.n ser vice, _ . Albin Lar son Wilma J ames e xt ended into. t he jun ior hig h sch ool Hi~tery sin ce 1865; C o.achin g u nder i Choir Cl ub e v e ry W e n sday mght Mr. L or.):>eer a nd Coach Gilke.son; R e - I at B e>nfo r d 's. Anne Jensen .------ - --------- - ----- ----------- ---------- Han:ey Milstead Irtme Andrews Th~ j u n.for hig h sch ool was invite.d creaiti cna l .Readi ng , .and T yi:iew. it i n g . : P r a yer m e etin g , W e ci n esc'.ay eve ning Caroly n C ald~r - - --- - --- - - - - -- - - ------ --------- ---- ----,. 1 t o p a.r tJicipo.te in t he senior hiig h Now if7 .you c.an tie ;tha~ ni.ckels to l 1 : 15· to 8;00Marg.aret W int er - --- - - - - - ---- - - ----- -- -- - - -- - ------- - Dorothy Eck ar<l i schlool ,rally which W R.S heild in t he donuts yo.u can..':t s~aJlow th'lis on e . i " C om e y e apart and rest."-J.csu~ R 1 d Ed" I a uditorium F r iclay m orIJ/ing . Cheers, Mr. Delze.~1, Mr. Hayw~ar.d, and J?oc- j Next Sunday ~ab~uary l~tili~; . Lm0 an Thel ma A nn B ro:ly.er - - - - - - - --- - ----- ---------------- - ---ie ' and m ;sic by t h e •t.raining £chocJ band t or W are caJled on Bill a nd h©pep 1 coln Birthday w;ill Be observed .!Jy a Wilma J acka ____ __Aileen Cox . ___ ____ ___ ____ ____ F r ed Rohrs/ helped to build hig h-.the hop~ o:f7 thie the reg1istr ation aJong while he r e- 1spe cial progr.am arranged ,b~ our -- - -- - -- -· B : P eruvians t h at t hey m ig h t ·be ... vic- laxed. ,.. IB o.a r.d ofJ E d u c a tion, t h e r e w.i,Il ·be Gerald Ty ler ----------- -- - Sq1U.ire Watson - ---------· Carm'illa r.o g n_!l tor ious over tihe At~burn t Slam . . B ut ,oft cou rf>e! TJ:i-e.re is a reas\-n f.or some N egro Sp irit u al's in the pro: all this! ._.Well yo u remember that 1 g r am and w e a re ·sure .t hat yo.u will THE COIN "l'ra vcd ha s ch anged mu c h f rom th-a . ~ill tan g led with .a m o.tK>r c y c le; four enj oy tlhe hio tir. d.a ys oif s ail) boats to the d ays of a ir- weeks ~go, . J . W . H ent: ei:~Cm, :lhinis t,u Into my hi:!art's treasury nlmies .as .th~ c•hildren af t h e ki nder.Aiiter a w eek and a h alf rn tl\>e I sl/ipp eid a coin g.ar ten are idiscov~ring. T r avel s tQr- Nebrask;a .City h ospital< Blill w as mov- / ------------~----That time oann ot take ~es o.fJ .the inform2.lbional t ype are en- ed to bh e Colleg~ ~niti~~:rY· , There. I N or a t hief p urloin,Joyed .by tM3 e chitdren. ··They are he h as ·b een r ecetvmg . VQJ~ i to r., • e,ac h Oh better t r4an the minti g making ~niature models af <lifferent day: th~ men rushing in a nd c.a:llin g O.:fl .a goLd-cr ownEld kting vehicles a nd boats. They ar e learn- ;him, ".My P al," a n d trhe &_!rls Oh! L a ! Is t he saf-e;.kept memor y ing .tio dance t h e outstan.ding dances La ! Th ~t as ·~~.o:ut a ll ith e·y c.a n &?.y, . . G et your 0 .1! .a fove ly t hing . o.~ ea.c!1 oer iod (,yf which the mod e of wh at w.1th v1s itung h ,o urs ifrom 2 -4 Music Cpntest.ants : str ing s and ree::!s her e -.Sara T.eascLale tr,ansp ortation .is studfod. Som e of p . m. a nd 7-8 p . m ., a nd a w h.cle l~n e · ll Best q u ality violin st r·.ngs - -·75c Wit h t h e ·deaths of Sar a Te asd.al e and J.ohn Galswor t h y the ws rld lost t h e -dances are the s a.ilor s h ornpip e. v..:i:n·t rng t o s.e q Bi , a nd n o 1eei-wa y, t \VO g re at fi g u res b.fl t he lit er ary world . Bwt t h ey h ave 1eft to us treas!.lr es the mi nuet, .and. t h e n egro d og . All n ot e ve n one m inute! '.Prombone oil, R e.sin, R e t.d s o.fl lovely. ·llJlings which enrich t he life 'Of all m anki n.d. t he work comes within the chlild's Thlere is one m o re Puzzling t hing) . CHATE LAIN ' S own experience. Mi ss Gockley being the 9n1y mem·ber (, . J EWEL'ERY T he Sophia.mor e class h as ;ma1de. at least on e st-ep :fJarth.er along t h 9 r oa.:i 1 of ,t h e office .i1:Jr ce who ca n legi tdm (\.-Vl1 ere y ou.r. m oney buy s n: o r e) oJl pr·og r ess. T he y h ave :declare;q t h e a.nnual "Sop'hom ore Play" .a t hing HIGH SCHOO L ENTR IES a.t dy take m oney, .aad n o one s~ing 4

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Thei g iTl's sextet, which is co. - ch:.d Pe r u P layer s sti:- r t ed off t h e n ew 1 A p.oem " Fellowship" by Grace by .Miss Gwen P !\y ne, sang "Ge ntly rnmester b y .e lecting a n e w p r esident Hou rs: 9 t o 12 and lo 5 1N oel Cr owell w.as r o,ad b.y Edna F P.11 t he Shadow'S" ancL My Curly a nd a new secr et ar_y. L ou.is T h omp A Bible friend :ik>T e ach letlter in Maystrick wihlo h ad ch ar ge_of d.evo- I He a de:! Ba by ." Th e s~xt;e.t inclu:d ed, ~on, t~ei .f u rme r presirle111t , has ~become the woni "Jlrien<ls" was Mr. N or w.oods tio ns. Ruth GriUi!an and .Ma.rg.ue r1te Co.at - m el egibl e b ecau se h~1 is n ow a sophorneans ·o•f presentdng " Bitle F rJen ds" n · y, s.op1 a nos; J E.1ann e SJi·nkeir .and Jmor e, atut J ean R ichar d s on, th e TAXl AND T RANSFE ·R . a.t. Y. w . W ed.nesday evening, 'r·r 1U'ly C,.wfr.or n.e, secor:1d s op ranos. former secr et ar y , h a.s leflb i::ch o.ol. S e r v ices in P eru . To and from Au· F- F e,lix, t h e king o.fl .thP J ews was • • • a nd R uth Ch at e ll.:iin a11:d Mar j o'rie A~ele Penterma n . is t h e n ew s £c r e ' '"owns. a :frian~ 1hut., a l ukewar m on e. ·when ' Coatney, altos. tai y and the p res id e n t will ·b e annou - b u rn. N ebraska Cit,y a nd other t he J ews · were1 unable .t o prove t r eiir ,· The Gi rl's. g lee c.lu,lb, :d .ire clted b,y n cedi .at .a l at & d ate. CAL L CHAS W I LLS cl:.?.r ge ag ainst; Saul, Felix r eilu.sed to .Mdss Jean~te B 2.rrett, o:ang, " Whe r e T~e r est o;fl the busi nes s m e.e,t!jng P h one 67 p P.n ton h;im eve,n .thougiht h e was a The wo1'k ojJ the Y.. .M. C. A. and thje Lazy Missi's sippi Fbowsr" an d "The coru:~is.tE::'<d af cc.llecting ·dues which fr iernd in whom be ·b eJei.ve d because simi1a.r or g a nizations in d ev.eloping Italian Strec)t Srm.g" ;tkom "Na u g hty must ·P e p aid ~efore th:e n e xt m eeting H air · cut Z5c: Shampoo 25c of) t he a nta g.o nism 1t; mig ht ar o.use p ersona.I q u aNties which .a.r e af v.alue M a rietta,." The hig h school ch orus as .t h e r e .!!.r e ib1lls to be me~. AnnounNice Uoe of H a ir Oil Cheap .amo ng· I.is pe.ople. w as .th e •\lttem e of a ·discussion by the directqd. ·by F\rofesso:r Ben.f!or.d. a c- cemen~ were m ade empha zising t h e R R u,tihJ was ·a loy,al fr!ien:d .tto h er De an at !the last Y. .M. meeting. companied b.y Herb ert .W all :f.ang " In nec~s1ty r f tryout s wirJen t h ey a r e BOB KNAPP mot h er -in!law, g oing away .f h.m her Insp ir at.ion was t h e chieif! purpose an old .Fasr~i oneci Town." P roiil&s or c a,Ue d. . <i>JI the p.avement niext to p e.ople, hen· r eligion to be witlh h er se-rv~d. the Dean~ t aLk. Because Be nfo·r d .accompaniej<L all the o.th er The e n tert111i'nment was a tiabloid Swanson H all r la.t ive, ev . n thou gh t~le cbher d.au- o·f his rich .and v.ar ie d expariences the seilectioos. · ; elodram a pres en ted . b.y the P eru i;; hter stayed with her p eople. , D~ a n w~s .~ b~e to illustrat e wh::>Jt he The Col1ege e nj oyed t he ~hTve pro- elpaNr1.kl le.rs .u~.der the d ir e c tion ofl Haz. ==:::=-=~~--~~~~:=:::~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; J- J ud as Jsc.ario.t, wh o so1d 'U s sa~d iby m d,1v1.d.u a.ls ·be h a.d know n on g_r.?.m amt w €j hope the M I N, K D es. Tne c as.t w as as fol1o.w <>· ' t-l:i,is camp us. Pr 0 b 11b} "hie b · ' · · · ,. · or ot h B d ""· S UITS AN .. ~.avior fo r tir~irt,y sil ver pie~es was a ·known of the ' ·d . Y " e~t Judges h ave the £,ame r eaction to- H b Y ran .t - - --- - Helen Davey D DRESSES .l!r iend wh o. c.o.nl:d. 1b e bougl:iJt off. Even ones iscussed w as, wu.d .iitl er ert Brandt ___ Hen r R ils Cleaned and Pressed th.ou,g h he h ad be en ·one. t,he closest P r o,i.lessor Cr a btree, p ast p : etddent nf Edw.ar.d V osber g · Al~ a b ack From 75c fr ien:d· ojJ J es us ihle s.old him. t his instlitut inn. P oliceman - - Rob . . ert E pley PERU CLE Cha.rles, tl)e- -b- u- -tl:-r ert1 Cl\ristian E- 'To ·be :!lailthful t o h er racll, .t he ' As the d iscllsE.ion w.as lar gely of ,. "°' uPhone 62 ANERS &WTAlLORS J ews , Est her r isked her own life when • ''human and was UflflJ sl:e hrougiHt, be,itor e t he king, h er h.us-.....-.....-~-"° be o;f r eal e nter.ta ir mcnt. l -~~barud, Ham a n wh o was aitt Em pting to · ... ia.1..~ t 11e J e;w:i.sh people1 inclu:dJng T he meeti ng· w as w l'IJ att ende d I Mi ss v· · · M N k 111 1 '32 was a I . . I ll'gJ m a c ea, 0. tto W ellens1ck led the cJ.evot1on'lls v i<'lirt;or on t'-'e " I Mor deca who h a1d recently saved. t he · ' '" campus c ve·r t he week - 1 1 fo r t he eve ninr1• d b t kings lif e, H ame n w as seillten ceid· tQ _ ______ , e n · e ween 11erms. J be .!~a nged o n t h e scaffo ld which h e PLACEME N"' B •1 ' ... UREAU M" B tt p a n c ak e, w ho h as b.een had prep ar e d ilor .Morheca and t h e 1 · Jss , 0 1 Y IliE GI NS ACTIVITIES t t · f or ·t h e p ast I .Jewish p eople wer e, s.a vetd. . . u ormg seme ster, is 1 N- N ehemiah, a friend to a c au13e. ag~in .atten ~ng P er.u . Hot or Cold S-tndwidles--Cofiee a nd C hocolate >Iot'hdng, not even scoffs of t he dis- . The · P lacem en t Burt.a'.l r ece,i ves new believer s turned him flr om his p.ur- r ea,"I.stra nts · d aily. it pl ans t o' cfl'er a Confiection~ ry d M~ss Celest e S.gbota s u ffer e d a ·badly an . Fruits, Groceries d 1 1 sp·r am ed sh oultd.er in au a ut1 b "J pose to r e build the walls of J er usaiem . ~n M-eats • • ,01110. accjliclent on Sunday nig hlt wh h D- On~ of t h e m ost, de v.ou,t .~iend- pos~~011S o.fl wh ich tt: e.y h ave n ot ·beem . en s e h hips t h.at epcsist.ed was ,tJ~at o:f1Davi.d not1i1ed, by It.h e B ur eau t h ey m ay ein - was r et ur ning t o P.eru flrom 0

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' " " can f..,ol snme o f the people all o.f tqe time. and nil of t he people some o,f the cim.i. b ut the rest of t•he t ime they will h .Mis~ Emjly Papez accompani <.: d by rua ke fools of t hemselves. e r niece Pihlyllis, spent the la st 'IVeek ?nd in Jan.uar.Y at ht::r home in Atbion Wilma James just couldn'.t waJt t o ln. celebra/t'~on 0 f ·her p arents' sixtyt ake Advanced Swimming so she third wed:dmg an nive'rsary. c ould. pr actice diving; she just use.do . Mir'. and Mrs. Joseph Papez, both t he hbrary steps. We U,\ink M~s·; ~:orn m Cze: 'ho-Slavakia were married. James has great possibilities W!ith 8 in Omaha in 1870. ThE•y t.o r.k a tittle bilt more prao~e. Isn't it odd homestead, near SchuyL r, In FSJ they how we "'s.tum·.ble" onto our re.al li;ile's /moved ·by st.age to AJibion.. work? When Mr. and Mrs. Pape~ came. to Om.~ h.a t he.re was I10 L ·a • ·;Jr-i. g-eh ac1'oss . the Missouri River s th 0 ur 1dea o·f an embarrassing mo- cross iby ~rr . o ey . ad to me!1t. w o.uld be to spend at lQast t;en b k Y· They were (ln Ne. . . ras · lllJLlUtes p1ck1ng out some dougJ..-·uts ·R·a ·l a dwhen the. U111·011 p ac:1'fi c Rail• ..,, ' l roa w.as bein g ·::iu1 i 'It. "'h s.td ifo.d out tthat our bill-fold was in t ll .1 1 iey can e manv · ,, 0f "thie ot:her pair o;f'I pants" 'BHIJ Su- Th · st:::iries . p10neer uays. inard knows hlow it f~Js t~ be an this bl' ey have lived tiw(',u~h i hre·e.. d.ay I•zzal:'lds · jJ One w·Int er wa> so co Id posi.t.ion. Ladies p1esent.? .Well, )Ou tJhat. 1 will have t.o ask Bill abo.ut tJia~ a . CY.?, of bread wr.app.e d and 1 1 P· aceid m t he pliddle, 11f' a trunk flroze · . so that ri'ce glistened, in it. T aJfow The Genetics class wishs Professor c an:11es, o·i l lamps, ,!J.nd . electricit; Winter to know t hat they resent very h.~ve all b.een .burned f.or ljight by mu.ch the slighting r€(mark he maP:e these e a rly Nebraskans. They have concernti.ng the menta;lity o.'ft our al- worn c1at;hes of home spu,n, and ligator. Mta.r he has been in Peru clo.thw made by se1wing machines in as long as <that aliligator-well? our the cru.de stages o;fl tt~ de.veJo.pment advice is nclt to he too hasty in his N-0w tihley have facltory made g.arj udgement. men ts. _ Development .along many lines has occ.ured .d uring the Accor.c ang t .o last weeks Perl:agogia'l and M .p Th lifettdme h b O'f Mr . · " s h e. spen"'..& six · · l• nu. .J one ·h alf1 h ours-on rs. apcz: ey; ave een int t ,, · th · . ,, ..eres eui m . f:l progress made durh1s feet every day . ?:1J course 's~e' ing t his period an<l v..<ish to li~e Ion refers to the colleg~ girl but we W'.lsh er to h · · ~ gd · s .are .1n neiw 1nven ••vns an . to correct the error o:f "&e~' i'tl was m etdern lii!e. r intended for "Lap".

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• 1933 M. I. N. K. MUSIC CONTEST TIME SCHEDULE OF• !EVENTS . FRIDAY · CCcUege Auditorh•m G'irl' s L ow Voca'l 8:30-10:00 Shenandoah, Iowa PLattsmo:u.th Johnson Humbo.ldlt Poru Elmwood Hambtirg, Iowa Nebraska City Falls City Auburn Salem V <l er ,o n Co.uncil Bluffs, Iowa Girl's Medium Vocal 10:00-11:00 Gretna Fa,lls City Weeping .w .a,ter Humbo},d!t, HambuTg, Iowa P bttsmou.th .Auburn SJ'ienan:cl<Jah, Iowa Pawne~ City J.ohnson Elmwo·o;d Chenay Unadilla Sacrec1 ' Heart, .F alls City Salem Cc.uncil Bluffs, Iowa

PLAY LIST SUGGEST•E D The Stu.dy rJf Instruments class w ill FOR DRAMATIC M, I, N, K, soon ·he able to say, "They laugih:ed when I picked up t hei cornet, b.u:tr--" . . · B~r give them at least another ;M. I. N. K. Dr:amaitli.c contestan~:> .._ , I; will Jbe g.uesils :01 t the Peiru Dramatic wee k ye,· · · \ Gluh prcduction olf "P<!t:(.".r Pan" Fri- -) .day njght, .March 17. The cont.est itIf any one indJivid.P.al ·b,':lsn'.! ma.de selii will tlake the major portfon of his apper.ance wt class the piat1ter/ the :/hllowi. g >day Sat·-rday , March should he invest;iga.ted. He is still, 18. 9r=.. b.abl){,' 4-ry1',ng tog~ pas.t M'iJL Tear. t In reply to the demand of many I \ for 'tine n.'l.mes oi suitable contest I BOB KATZ MEOW I on.a.act plays the j!JI\,owing list h as\ I b e.en cont.rib.ute:c1 b.y the head Oifl t~~ Yo.u know, folks id,i:c1n't know I was Speech D&pHrtrner.t, Prof. D . J. Na- : o ut prowling aro.untd the week-end ·be- 1· hors. . tween semestiers b.ut I w.as. It was L)st of Plays: my v,acation t.im~ .And what I di1dn't ' "Gloria M.•Jndi,'' drama (French.)/ see would .be worth knowin g, a nd 2M' ·41<' . · gmng · t o 1b e t o1d . J "Thursday Ev.:mrng,'' f!ome-d y (P.ak · w h, aIt I .d'd l • s,eie is L • f or mice · ' (h I was Hunting · uman , er) " IM ·3F . ... ,, • A h k ') "' th H 'll Florist ~h11p, c:ome·dv IDJce, "lone ;ar now. arou.nui . e l I E'r) The 3M 2F . (Ba k-

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Hebron Juniors · I Second Victim Returning· home fir.om Kearney, the Bobc.at,s stopped o.tf at Heibron S aturday night a nd a.uplicaited t~eir fea.Q j o.fl the nig·ht before fby <lr~·~bmg tb.e l Hebron J.unior. Co.Ilege .Knights 45 .to j 27. Peru h ad previously defea!too th.e Knights 66-17 in their ~peniing game of) tfJ!e season at Peru. ' Pedersen, Paru f-0rward and Will- I1 fa.ms, center ,fJo•r Hebron,· .div~ded high score hono11s for thje even,fog w.ith five fi~:i goals and a gii!t toss e;ach. l· Andrews. was a close second, with five field goals. i The B9bcft,s ha:I lt.hings .th:eiir own way thr.u o.ult the g,ame, .an:c1 were · J~aiding 32 . t-0 11 at ,t he haM'. Capt,gjn Pr'ic-!fer.tl and Bob Punc'h€S,, Peru g u.ar:ds, ~·,urned, in a .1'ine ·d1e!1'ensive j g ame, all.o.wing,. .thwr oppO'sing ~or- I wards b.ufl a single ;flielc1 goal • each, j a nd ,tJhey in return accrmnted for fifl ; t een of, the points securedi h.y the ~ Bo.beats. P•u (%) · --------~-- :fg .f t p p.ts ; An.c1.r ews .f1 5 0 1 J.O ,

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Ball THIS WEEK .f riday a.n d Saturday

Afternoons February/ I 0 and II

CHADRON ·EAGLES vs. PERU BOBCATS Games called at 5 o•c tock All M-1-N-K Music ContestaQts to be admitted free.

All Others, admissio n , budget ticket or 40c Remember- Games called promptly at 5 o'clock on Friday and Saturday afternoons.

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1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 13-16  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 13-16 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 13-16  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 13-16 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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