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PERU VOLUME XXVIIL

PEDAGOGIAN PER U, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, OCTO BiER 25, 1932.

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NEIHARDT SPEAKSID1AD'SDAYPLANS i ,, MEMORIA L .PERU TEACHERS 'CATS TAK'E FIRST AT CONVOCATION BEINGPERFECTED i _The death< : · s~·p:1~i~;e~dent J . H. f AT STATE MEET!.CONFERENCE TILT

f I Be\l'eridge of the Omaha Public i Poet . ~eate and Son / H 1 M , CJ -b B- - t p . i Soh'.ools takes from Om ah a on e of : d . . U R e1"ved e P en s u oos repara119ns 1 . . 1' Several P f St'. t S. tgur Enthusiasoce Y ec . / t hat city's v a)u aJ;lle ciLizens and from · on rog ram 0 a e Teach- / Peru Gr1"dsters Plough Through Mud for Ha stmgs Game " . .., . . ~ ;:' . e rs' Association t<> Victory Over Chadron J t he n.atlon ope of the outstanding edA n excep., ... ona11y w ortb while pro- -. g r am was given during convocation It was moved by Professor S t eck ucntors of t he times. . --. j Coach Gilkeson 's P eru B obcats . 1-nd, Friday, Octabhr 21. Mr. John a nd s econded by Dean Delzell that Super intendent Beveri dge was a P e11t1 mstr.uctors w1ll a.ppe.ar on the fl . t t . th . t Per ~ th . got oa a ymg s ar m e1r qu es G. N eih.ai·dt, Poet L aurea te of Nebras- n ext. N ovemb er 18, t he d a y of : m an o·f u nhlrin g energy and great programs of .both the Lincoln and for N . I. A. A. honors, wh en they ka. and his son Mr. Sigurd Neih.!lrd t , I H a stmgs gam e h ere should be se~ '·' ' Omah a meet ings, when the Nebr as- j defeated the Cha .. ··on Eagles, 13-0, were the g uests of the college on aside f or D a d 's d a y . . a b ility both of which· ih.e used most w. tdi d Due t o the fact tha t the root m g effectively f or the uph u.ilmng of the ka St.ate Teac·her's Association h olds , on t h e P eru field, S atu r d a y nigh t , at . . spirit h as b e en considerably at a . - . . its annu al district convention Oct ober October 22. The game was played M r. Sogurd Neihardti g ave two ve r y low ebb this year, Messrs. Steck and w.or t h.y th mgs of life m t he com1 . · · Iin a sea of _m ud that m a de every fi ne piano se1ect"ions at "h • e b egimnmg Delzell believe that , a Dad's day m unitJies in whic:h he labor ed. He 26 t o 29.

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event wou~~ b~ing about . a. much was a great educ.ator, • but he was C. A. Huck. associate prof essor of p lay uncertam . T he B obcats , playnee d e d revival m game spint. I . . ing, " h eads up" football, took the Many of the Universities and col- more thian t h at. He was .a great c1v- m athematics at t he· Peru State Teach- Iplay a way from their oppon ents in leges obser ve this d ay a t one of ic l•eade r and his p.assing wiill b e ers' College, h as been invit ed to I the t hird q uarter , scoring 13 p oints. their b ig gam es of t he season, and mou rned by t housands w·h ose 'llives address the members of the Math- j S tor y, T ecu mseh speedster , uni.t h a s proven t o b e significant in corked t h e longest run of the ennot only stimulating s chool spirit, were made richer and more abundan t ematie&s Sectsio.n at the Omaha con- tire conflict befort t he first q u arter but it is a good advertisement for by the.ir con t act wit h ihfrm. ference. He h as chosen as his s11b~ was five min utes old. From h is own a n y s ch ool All N b k "th 0 h ject, "Th e T eachings of Geom etr.y in 20 yard line he dashed 71 yards, ~nT h e pla n. here, if you students are I e ras a mour.ns wi ma .a Second ary Sch ools" . P resident of a llyd beingk ch ecT k e1d oEn C nenss 9e 1~addreof · t . t d ld be t his · Ea ch ' in the death of J. H. Beveridge. . . . . yar m a r er. 1e age s m er es e . , wou . · . 1 t.lus secLlon 1s Ar t hur L. Hill, also of s t iffened at t h is point a n d t ook the student m college will 3.:Sk t heir / Per u. b 11 d D a d to be p resent at this after' a on owns . His power of putting t he beaiuty of s No b r The S. · L. Clements of the t raining A s t eadily incr easing downpour . h. d L:- n oon game on vem e 18. . · h . f D" . d t· . d f 11 nat ure mto as wor s sn we as '""" D a ds in company of t heir s ons or 1 sc ool is secretary o Js~nct 2, an , r esolved the ~n Ire r e m a_m er o uncann y insight into h uman nature d a u ghters will be admitted FREE. in this ca.p acit y is busy with con- t~e firs~ ha~f mto a ~_untmg d u el, are ve ry .u11usu:iJ. He loes not talk / The foot ba ll p lay ers, however , v.ention plans. with ~either team _s conn g . on .material s ubject.s but enters into a not b e able t o a ttend wit h t h eir ' ; Dean W . N. De:lzell Plso of Peru h as 1 Dun ;ng the interva~ at the ?-a lf, dream state and from this state tei'ls Dad s. b ut arran gement s will be I . . -.- / bee n named a m ember of t he nom- 1 t~e r a m ceased an~ t ?-e Peru~:ans, t'h. t h b 11 m a d e f or: them rt m a y be possible Dr. Sn111th Believes Students Can De- . . . H . . . with cha. n ge of d1 y Jers eys, shot f th thi · o e ngs a av·e . een as we ,, · . , e 1s a 1so m 1 th e works" in the e n s uing quar t er 1 m at111g commnttee. as the furture. Always he ta.lks of t o u se some s ort of a tag to p m on ! n lop Workable Plan 1 ch ar.g e of t he .P el'TU dinner to be h el d Biocking an Eagle punt on th~ t he Spirit wo rld. It is unusu al for th~~ads. t 0 t h e ca mpus : - I in Lincoln. Cha dron 28 ya.rd line, T olly r ecov'him to talk to an outs~der b.u~ the~e will ~; c~~;see~:~nlyna n ex periment Can an ins tructor leave .a class when ! P rof. He rman Kah n of the Peru er c d , H a t cher ?rashed into t he line was .an eage:rmess to tell of things m at firs t b u t we hope t h at it will 1it is t a king an examfoation and Facult y, .ai?.liean;; on t he prog1,am of for a 9 yard gam . _o n t h e next play rill 1-Jis t al k with Mr Neihardt. prove s uccessful a nd be cont in ued ' denend upon lits honesty? c~m st111.- t h e Histo1:y Section i.n .Distrrict 1, he fu I11,bleld t heushpbple rty b a l_l fto~ . a M N"l t ad second visit f 1·0 thP · . . . L " 1 H. b. t five yar d oss . n a e o gam IU 1 15 su. 3ec t h e line H atcher hea ved a p ass to · r. lar m e a ·!11 ye a 1· to. yea r · Perhaps in , - _ de nt.s be trusted to do indep etndent which meets 111 rn c0o n. and !iveJ for five weeks among t'h e sprmg we will have a Moth er s day / will be "The F ive Y.ear Plan and Its · ' r 0 th men•b ers of the tribe. He took his a nd admit Mothers free t o som e r..u.ts ide work? Mr. Smit h t hi nks tJhey · ,, Priefer t on t he 7 yard me. n e musical or dram atic even t which i . .. . . i Co.n sequ e~~es · . second pla y following, the P~ru t wo daughters w ith h im . The only . th , ca n if the t r adrtrlons of the school be I In ad.ditwn t o the Lincol n and capta in s lashed t hru the left side v.muld mterest them m ore an a · 'l... ha 'l.. . d ,·d h ' ' . · · cc.nt act with white p eop-le d uring foo t b all gam e. / i s U C• n t t ti~ie :tu en~ Pll e t em- Omah a meetings, t h e N.eobraska State of t h e line fo.r mit ia l t ouch down. that time, was on th.e trips for meat. W ell b e t hinking a bout ·it-ser- , sel~es .upon its rn teg rity. • Teachers' Association h olds dist rict T h e t r y f o:r pom t w:as unsucces~ful, ·T h ere w er e t wenty i\i.ve to t h irty iou sly. ) ' T he ·studentc; are proud of the fact conferences in Norfolk, Kearn.eiy, rw we ver, G an:ies b emg stopped JUSt Indi a ns around a.lil t h e t ime. Most ! t hiit t.bey have an ihJOnor system and McCook ·md AlLiance this year Thus short of the l m e, after t he b a ll :vas of t hem were very <>lei, a nd some hal ! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! thpted placekic~. 11 t h-e-y gy a rd it . The profei:sor s respe c t ill sta!le~ 'the lan rest annual c~nven- m uffled on tan tatt~m · " said · P rofessor George J t i on held Not Wl a m er e six foug ht g en-eral Custer. :' LOYAL PER UVIANS ~ t hie pn· vileges, in Nebraska. . t tcon h "en Gilkmen" proceeded to 'Ther e is m uch of the bea utiful in/ DISTRICT NO. I Lincdln : S.mdth . he-a d of t he Eng lis'h d epart- f · ~~~~e~' s eveen more . P eru had jus t the JJives of t hese Indians, s aid Mr. P eru Dinner will be h~ld rut Hotel ment . He had been asked to explain I fu m bl :id the elusive oval , Cha dron Neii hardt. "We d id not f j 1d t h ::m d irty Cor nhuske r . Th.ursd.ay Evening at tJ!ie h onor system as he h ad seen it NEW K ADELPIANS re::ove ring . On the p a ss fr om cenas many h ave s ail'. The Indians had 5:30. Send reservations t o Hot el wor ked out in t h e University of Vir· I · WELCOMED BY OLD ter the Chadron b a ck jost led the out p in·e trees, and haod s eti hem i n Cornh.usker. T ick ets CJJ Sale in gin.ia, where he was form eT instructor. I ball in m id a ir. Carmichael, r a n gy -h'l"1les around t.he bare ca.blin, for the hot eil lobby W ed neS'day afternoon i' "The u niver sity is governed b y a ,. Aft-er the inoiti a11ion cerem ony old Per u en d , broke ~hru, dsnat c_hetddth60e · people In every wav they I a nd all <l.ay Thu.r slay ·· stude nt senate. Th ns " sen.ate JS · m ade a nd new mem b ers of Kapp a Delta I ba lldsc ut e A whJte f cfththe air, ondanP ersprm u tally . ' . · · \ d ' . . · yar or e sec . t ried t.o maka the1r g uests enJOY Supt. Spe~c:r Ledger, E~woo • up of · repr:senttlaot!ives wihb ar e t he· / p 1 gather ed a round a long banquet , pack of B obcats int er fere n ce acthedr stay amon g them. N eb r. p resi.dm g . I e·l ecte<l pres1de:nts 0f aH the school. table to h on or those who wer e t aken j ccm p a nie d the a le r t wingm a n on A chlorus of old men were always \ DIST RICT NO. 2--0maha I "The student senate h ears, jmlges, into the s ociety . , his goal ward j a unt. The t r y for g.at hered .around Black . Elk . as ~ \ P er u Noo~~ay Lun~heon, Hotel Fc_n · l and p asses upon cases of violation j • F orrest Corn, president of t he so- J poi:it was coi:iv~rted when t h : tad ked, ready to help him w1t,h hqs , t eneoile, Fnd ay, 12. 15 M. Send Je- I o-f t he 1lionor sys~em. All work p re- 1 cnety, greeted t he new mem bers: Edm1 I ~atc~er to. Cai nucJ;l~el pass com st ory , or to agree wiith a ny part of it.. .serva trions to. Hotel F onteneile. T;i.ck- p ?.red ou.tt;dde of class, ~II work in : Mnystick. H arriet Ann Kingsolver , bm a tion ?~Icke?, givm g tJ;le P eru Black lillk t old t'h e ihiLstory of his ets .on Sa:le iin loqhy all d ay Thur sday, ; cL::iss ii; f:lll.pposed to be pledg ed. Th e ! Helen Gilbert, and Winifre d P ettit / tea m th~ll t hirteen tfh · ppom t, not · was an d F r1'day f orenoon. . 1unl cky mn gany sensekickoff or eru. p eople from t.he time wh e n 1t st u d en t wn·tes, 'I p led ge my .h on or . _as 1: In response to h.is welcome Wi niRueturni Peru's to m1d ver y strong to the dea t h of .Crazy Sup~. _Harol<l Peterson. Bel)le vue, a gentleman.' t.h at _I ~ave ~either ~pv- ! fred Petlloit a r ose a n<l expressed t h e fl. eld, the Eagles la u nched a sh ortHorse. P res1d;111g . en nor r eceived aad m thJs examrn a- 1a ppreciation i111itiates· for t he honor Iirnd offensi ve. S tan gle ca rried t h e · Most interesting w 2s Mr . Neihcrdt's DISTRICT NO. 4....:...Kearney tion (or o.ut 'tide work). The inslruc- and pr ivilege of befo g accep ted as ba ll f or the two con secu t ive first review Qf Black Elks vision. Blaek , Peru Noo.nday Luncllreon, Hotel tors wiU not read a p aper that is not , Kadelpiaii s. · : downs to P eru's 25 yard _line_. HowElk fro.m t he age of four h ad hea rd Mi.dw ay. Send reserva tio ns t,o Ho- : t hus sig n ed. ' Mr. ,J. w . Ty ler, counsefor of K ap- 1 ever any touchd own asp1r~tions the st r ange v o,ices and m any ti mes had , tel Miidwa y, iin care of Anna M. I " It 4s oblig.ator y for any student pa D elta P i told somet hi ng of t he T h r ad pp coact h ed etledvenhmigthh t lrhaavte · h tened Afoa1d · to t ell · · . h ot ~ 1 ':ihb sees some one c h ea wng an d a f - hist or y of the ' socie . ty. He Imp r essed t a ' twere wa e w p en ru n hom e f 111g Brecht . Tickets on s a 1e m d f t h rdown ass f aeiled . of t hese vOfices t he Iit.tle feltiow kept , lobb y all d ay T1lmrsday and Fr11- f 1x§.ng a r Oedge t,o repor t hiim to t'h e .au the Kadelpia ns wit h the r espon- e;;;g e eentfr~r B obcat tea m p erform them to him.se.Jf. . d a y forenoon . senate. If reportcll, he iis summoned sihiility which t hoey t a ke up on them- ed credit a bly a n d deserve pra ise for Wthen Black Elk w.as nfoe years Supt. Mi91ard Bell, Ord, Presiding. to appear, is giv.e n a trial., .and is selves upo.n joining the or ga nization. the d efeatin g of a stron g Chadron old he accompanied the older mem- 1 The foreg c.ing announceme nt h as j,.,_<lged b y t,he sen at e. If bhie senate He spoke o.f t he 'h igh standdng of 1 eleve n . Cha~on, fresh f r om a .bers of t he tribe on a h uffa l() h unt. recently been m ailed to several h u.n- finds htim g uilty he tis asked to leave t.he Beta Mu ohlapteir and of its h opes I tou chdown victory OV'e'F W a yne, A str ange s ic kness seized 'b/i.m a.nd he .clred Peru. Alumni who a.r e expected 1t he uni vers ity. m s offense is noit giv. to m ttint ain it . . . · I played good foot ball but twas o utlied For twelve d ays h e remained to a t:t.end Qne f tihta .meetin gs o-f the 1en pu.bllicity at t.he tlime . Q.uite of Gwendolyn P a yne s ang t wo num- '. played tand . ~utfoug e Peru1 .ht fbtyh ehgame~ 'dead. · His body a nd f ace became · · · · · a st udent. JS · . ever y: a n g e o State T eachers Assoe11at1on meetwgs ten il summone d an d bei1S, and a· n orch estr a f urnished mu · .vians · The alineup of th.e p rogr am. The! fi rst num ber w.as 'Song Without Words' hy T chaikowsky; the seco.nl was, 'Two Larks b Li t .YM. ~ ·,, dt t.cld f h " ·-·t t t h . i. . eg iar . ? JS v:~1. o e Prne Ridge r~s~rva.tlon to VISlt Blac~ Elk, th e Pra.w1e Seer. Black Elk 1S a merni)er of a t ribe of the S ioux I n0dians of t he ""Bad Lands. · An interpreter w as .necessaay .as Bll.ack Elk does not speak Eng lish

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sw ollen but .because at long intervais ~his wee k-e nd. knows .hie .i s g u ilty he simply leaves s1ic th rnug·h ou:t t.l}e dinner. Peru (13 ) Chad ron <O) a small br eath esca"Ped, the Inlians , S. L . Cleme nts and W. N. DelzeH. 1:he sc·ho0J. At a n assembly at t he 1\ndeOpia ns sh owed thei r a bilit y to Pike L. E. B eechda l did n ot bury him. .Alt t he e nd of the p r esident and se.c ret ary r~pectively \ end af t he year the pries,i.dent reads d o ma ny thin.gs. The meal cooked P a t e L. T . M a dison t w.e ive da.ys he h ecmae alive again · of t:he P e ru Alumrui Associatfon have tp tilie school a li:st of those stn;,d·e1nts and served by t h e m embers under t he Tolly L. G. Carrol an! was per:fuctly sel,1. AH the I n- b een busy for thle past several weeks .\ wih o have 1been d:ish onor ably <lis- leaders'h ip of Eth<ll K oser a n d M.iss P u nches C. La ing cl.fans told of it to convince Mr. Nei- , making arra ngements for meetings of I cl:.-=1r ged. H41ema n was worthy a celebrated Peek R. G. Briggs hardt t hat iit wa s so. ' t he g ro.up a<t sever aR of the State 1 ''The .Jinnor syst em h as been in chef. The Kappa Delt a Pi coiJors of gash~r h 1 ~: ~: B~~!~ During t h esrl twel ve da ys which ' Te?.c hers Association centers. f orce nince 184.3 a nd is one of t he green a nd orch id wer e p rese nted in G~~:c ae Q. B . M on tallica Rlack Elk was dea·d b e h ad a mar velT he g r oups afftiliati ng w.itlhl D istricts t n d it ions of t/he campus . It liJs 0J11e of t he food a nd t a ble d ecor ations. Miller s L. H . Christia n so n ous vi.s.i.an. From the heave ns a 1, 2, •a nd 4 ·of the State Ass oJCiation , t he things ex!))laJned to e ve r y fresh~ The Messr e. Maxwell, Clements, a nd St or y R . H. S tangle large cloud descend.el. On this clo.ud are th.e only ones pl anning org anized· m an as soon as he .co.mes to t he1 uni· N orwood d r essed in imm aculate white Hat cher F. B. Caldwell two. men stood, 'holdin g bright spears 1 meetings of t he Peru _Alumntl Associ- ver~iit.y. It i.s .u ed most frequ.e ntly in I outfits , p r oved ·themse.Jves thie m ost O~cials-R:eferee , ".\'Ulf; U m p ire, i n their hands Tbe .c loud came 1· at;ion. E acihi of t hese is being assu-red p rep ared work or examinations. E very effi cient w aiters ever seen upon t h e Errne Adams, H ead Lmesm a n , Vint swiftly and wh~n it w as quite near, of b eing of a stl1icdy informal n ature stu.de nt. w'hen He r eg ist ers, sig ns a , P eru ca.mpus. . 'l'hey a nticipated th e I Lawson . b Q t .. · g and re- gein~~emii n's. card to ab1.~e by the ru1·es I ~uest ,s every w a.nt. · From .t h en. a.? 11. S core y u a r er s . · '-'·he men ca.lied t o hril to come quic k- for the p urpose of J·o.c..atm P er u 0 0 13 0 s~a.:i.us grandfather was ,c alling him . n ew;i ng old P eru acq.uam tanc.es. and regullalrio.ns of the h b r a-ry. 111ty to ha nd le coffee one migh t think I Ch a dron 0 o o o w1t~ Y {<) k arose, stood beside the t wo i St udents or friends on or near the "Athletlic. teams are p ledg ed no.t to t hey . had _see n s imila r serviCe at a 1j Seo.r ing tou~hdowns: · p er u frolic. l> , tin ued o.n l ast page.) ! (Contin u ed o.n last page.) (Continiu.ecl on last page.) I previous ti me. 1 H a t ch er, Carnuch a el. education b, · • T icket.s will bt> I

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tasks with the minimum amount ouf time and labor? How can yo / STAFF ASSOCIATES make the most of every hour of the day? Will the suit or coat you ha".e ; Wilma James ------------------------------------------- Albin Larson ......:. - 0-~~""~-'> just purchased wear well? What IS , the smallest amount of money for , Anne Jensen --------------------------------- - - ------- - Haney Milstead Oh! These freshmen! The Tri~- which you can pl~n a suitable 1 Irene Andr.e ws kery they don't have store~ up their wardrobe for the year? Caro:l.yn C.al<ler ----------------------------------------sleeves! Upperclassmen, 3ust keep How much food need you eat Marg.aret Winter Dorothy Eckard • your eyes open or !"0~1 will be over! and what kinds in order to main---------------------- -- ------------them more than it IS. · The new 1 tain perfect health? How can you Thelma Ann BrO'ly.en- ------------------ - - - -- -- - - - --------- Roland Edie hiding_ place.s and. cozy ndooks thaJ 11 keep from contracting colds, tlu, · are still bemg d1scove:e aroun etc.? You will always live in a Wilma Jacka __ _______________Aileen Cox ___________________ ·Fred Rohrs thi campus would surprise even our I h ouse or a room. Do you know what

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cer€1monial b.y the $,low ~ailiing ol 1\ HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT . --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College-the tom-tom, by the sentlin~. 0 GIRLS .Miss/ McCQ!lun\ .hopes to complete GIVES ADVICE T ..~ntered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. $1.00 the teaching .cxf the entire Pageant by• ,....-. the £ nd of two ~Qre weekJS .cxf work. Do you have trouble in gettmg the Year-Sc single copy. tire Pa,,..e.-aint will be gdven along witp. other people? Is knyour T L __ I~'""" "'~ en &. • • • home life happy? Do you ow .in costume. These Indian swts were how to choose becoming clothing made 'b.Y the Man~ Arts clalss. and how to care for them properl!? EDITOR-IN-CHIEF --------------------------- M. FLORENCE MARTIN Can you accomplish your daily

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to do to make it as comfortable and beautiful as possible? Suppose the person Sitting next to you in class should faint. What would you do? These and similar problems are studied and solved in Home Economics classes throughout the . It · I 'd r d count1y. IS no onger consi e. e necessary to spend most of the time cooking and sewing for these thin.gs re::i.lly occupy only 'a small place in the lives of most students. Practically all the objectives of secondary l e ducation <e carried out,in the upto-date Home Economics course in which the aim is to help the stu- 1 dent to live healthily; happily , more efficiently an<l more beautifully every day.

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Specials on School Supplie;s different to these green at AJI T.imes. It is as in~1port­ 1 . . ant to kno.w where t'e buy~ as ~ ·fe?.thers th.at wouJd t.ea.Clhl :to the I I was sleep!-1'1g peacefully m my it is to know what to biu.y. ~~~~"" , g110UJrud. cage one e~enmg when I w~s awak--. A t . f the ds Il.d r I ened by voICe;>. The followmg con. " Am · oui 0 giioun a ove versation came to me from the ChL.e:f even t s m e111P1y emcan the rema.inde.r of the hous was made t 1 d. d from the "Ad" histor.y w.ill be sblown in a movie b f the class returrued. s ~ps_ ea mg own . e ore bmldmg to the Manual Arts shops. that 6.s heing made and wi'lil. be pro_ " What are you doing here?" ~kd:u.'Ced by the .iliifth gl'ade histt<>ry Kindergarten Notes e? Mr. Grosshoeme of .a cou~le sit(Where your money buys more) c.18$9. El~h cbiiild of the ~ass lis makTh€1 .b'e ginnfog V:io!i.n c~as; of tihe tmg. on the steps. Little did Y?U in.g a n-icture for tlhJe show. .As e-ach ' r.eallz.e then, freshmen, w~at d1S,... kindergarten li.s prog.ressing rapi:dly · t h d tl an on this cam illustration is s hown th!e stor.y of i't mguIS e gen en_i The litthes students ar-e able to play pus you were meetmg w;illl !>et told. The siiotih gra.de will · Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Re'pl'obably be g.uests •at this entertaJn- the noteis which are wrtitte.n on the The coupl~, got up and the fellow pal.ring, Hats Cleaned, Bl:ock. boa11d for th:eim. 'I1hey can 1U1Se tam-ee stammered, Well, er-you see, we Peru Cleaners & ment to .be g;iven October 26. fingers on t..he D stnirug; and two freshmen fello~s aren't suuposed to 'tailors 'fingiers on th~ ~ st 11ing. Miss Gra- date and we ditched down here to J. A . CEJKA, Prop. get away from some upperclassmen A real diate, p 111lm tree as in the ham, who has charge ·o.f tilie violin who are following us. There they BAPTIST CHURCH Pho.ne 62 I pr.oud possession of ,a deilig'hted third work, :has been able to presen.t the are now!" And as luck seemed to be -. grade. Mr. Grossoeh!m~ gave ~t to the work in su.-c.'h an tinte.1'1€s:ting. manner with this couple, some folks did go 1 class w.hen it v.ilsited t!he green•house, that ther.e is no sho.w ·of dec.reaS!i.n.g by, but it happened to be another \ D . S. Coad. .Minis'tle!r O:ctober 19 i.nte:oost The group is div'idieidl jnto freshmen couple who were at the '\ The churc~ muElt, ever remadn - a I J.E . FORSYTH, The study of banana .gr.owing smaller· dri vfai.ons, usua1ly n.o t more same meeting with them earlier in liv.ing embodiment of Godiliness . 1 caused the :thdrd grade to make a trip .than two fo each, aind th::!< work gtlven the evening. . . ! Seirvices Sunday, Octo\ber •30; 9:45 Hardware, Plumbing, Heating td the conservatOJ:y. The class was to the two p:upi!ls at a t ime. So.me They succeeded m ~ettmg ~· 1.a. .m. church schoo·l · 11.:0Q a.. m. mornGrosshoeme's sympathies, for it ' . . '. , , · g iieiaitly surprised at thte Slize of the are .be.g;inni.n.g to pJ1ay f:dmploe, Little. was, indeed, that worthy gehtleman . mg w.orsihlip: Sermon: Gods Chall~nga 1 Electrical Sepplies leaves. The children were made .ac- tunes. you were talking to, freshmen. He to the Churc.'h. .MJu.si,c b.y the ch.ou-. quainted w.ith the fig, date palm, proceeded to give them the correct 6:30 p. m. junior meeting; young or.ange, ·a nd ,l~on .t reas. I _,, . L! h .11 b 't rules and customs to the effect that peopiles discusGJio.n grouq. . h nwi,an ponies w.ll.IC' w;1· e qll!l e th t d b I nter.est m 1 t e &ppearance . of the l':fe1i. L -· d b 1.1 h I sueh paces as ose s eps an e7:30 p. m evening .uni.o.n service in 1 b.ananas on the tree, .arud perhaps a 1 • , ke are t.,.,,mg ma e Y u,.e oys hind the Trainer's building were no uhte Meithodist churc'h. The service Service wit;h a Smi)le s]/igtlil; a nticipruvi:on of f.uture gifts, '·~ the Woodwork g:oUJp. Th.ese :r:.c;in- . place for strolling, idle couples af- will IUJlder the direction of the w:~ I RIGHT- A-WAY · fl uenc ed "''. t o 1es are sawed! from mch wood · Every 1I ter dark · \ h avie m w1e c hild ren 1n C T U Shoe Shop t k th t"'" when bc..y has completed the sa"Wling on the You two were just lucky in get· · · d ·..:i: eci""ng 0 ma e a110. er , ,ip .biod)ies of the ponies, arud some ;have · ting by this time, is all I can say . S:.OO P· m. Thursday, Prayermeetthe ba nanas are ripe. If b t •nO' nearly :£iniSbled the sawii ng en the leg 3. or you, u , beware the next time! -..,,,. These ponies wiiU staind twenty- ~r. Grosshoeme will not be so len-· Propih'ecies of good and evi\I for- four inJc!he:> r~i g,h w.h en .fin1ish!eid. Miss ient. Just don'~ blush . too much CHRISTIAN CHURCH tune<. w.ill be told<,, intimate secret15 wiiH · Jeanette Ru'Y(le is iin charge of Uh\e wh~n i~!-lr consi:ienc~ prick~ as you 1 ib e revea~ed., anid uncanny spirits will woodwork. ~ea IS, for it rrught give you L. D fill the aiir !llt tlhk- niinth gr.ade . way. . . un o.n. t~ster A. E. JOHNSON, D. D. S. , . The funny part of it is, upperThe cll\u.rc;h school meets at 10:00 / Halloween party to be gav.en Octc ber classmen the fellow has the same a rn. sh. .,..\.. th . ..~ ch X-RAY SERVICE 25 Clay modieling ts unde1' th~ diirec- ft ' I · a.rp, W.llL,i.o. en ms1.aswc tea ers · t.ion of M\iss H~1en Brooke.r The rst name. as I ~o, and the girl- ·fo.r eive.ry cl.ass. 'ljhJe young people's PHONE 36 A wheel o.f fo.rtmnei is being ma.de • Well, she is a mce freshman girl . m th at givie re,Li1ab,l e informat,ion .modelling h.as passe~ the experiime~t- from Omaha. Who'd h th k C;o.~.SS had forty present last week. about each person. An olld w<itch 'H a.I st.age and the c'luldren are> begm- it of 'em? ave un Worship .at 11:00 a. m,; Christian aippem· with he.r magiic tricks. ;~e , .n.ing .o.rjgina.l fo.rms. · Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; Un.ion service, . . k 1 0 t - 7:30 p. m. b oys are ma k mg • Jac -o- anterns. n accoun of the . p Club in.laSandwiche,s. do.ug:hnulls, and punch Mliss Audr.e y Boyd lis directing 1jhe tion of the freshman boys on Thurs. " wliill p.ro.br,ibly bei c·on!s.ide11ed not t he p.a.i.nuing work. In tlhlis work t'he da,y night, no freshman clubs met./ METHODIST CHURCH : leiaist important part of t,he p.arty b.v c.llii!IJclr~ are :flirst tau.giht !how to hold They are postponed until Novem-1 thtis group of juniior hig'h .boys and a paint ·br:us h and the te.C:hneq~ of ber. · J . . W. Henderson. Pastor g.i.rls,. US,ing it. T.his €\Xer,cises thia upper . Our citrlzensh!ip cBllls for t,h.e best AND ,a,rm and strengQhlen\s thie muscles so KAPP A: OMICRON PHI . that is in us and. there is no b.etter "I never knew Indian saddles to.ok- ti~at by the end of the year they HOLDS INTERESTING MEETING q.laice for the heilp~ng to developie1that PHYSICIAN ma.y be dlirected to w:ritd.n.g. best, fua.n an ow· chu.rch sehoo\l. Be ed like small p,i<llo:ws/' commented Visiting members of Kappa Omi- su.rej to ,be pr.e sent at eve.ry servke. Phc.mes, Residence 28, Office 1 Loren Dunton ~n discussing a trip The lndiian Pageia.nt whic'h h ?~ be~n cron Phi were enJte1·tained at a OclttoJ>er 30, is a notable Sabbath, picnic breakfast at the Dutch oven and th which Miss Harvey's e.ig'hth~ g.rade p1iepare d ,b,y Mliss McCbllum is nearSunday morning, October 16. After · e programs of the d1nrch that Hours: 9 tp 12 and 1 to 5 socia~ sc~ienoe cilas.s made to Arbor ing thle final tr.aindng p.e rloti. spending an hour visiting and lis- day will b.e well worth yo111J· effort. Lodge, October 17, to see the Indian Ln thds Pageant t.he vaiious ce.re- tenin~ to the alumni compare to. be present. · rel1ics there. mon.i ails ·of the Indlians .are given. tea'chmg . e x p e r i e n c es , the The union services fo,r that .mgiht ''I w.anted to see the scalps', said The,re is a song .a,n d actlions which go group adJo·urned to attend Sunday J o.'hn Rhod.u.s. He wias sw·prised at WTith oe11emon.ial. The oh!Dldren h.ave s c h o o 1 . Marguerite Hindman t.l~e thickness of the buffalo hide learned fowi~ien of 'tlhle oongs and Helen Fackler and Genevieve Fish~ er were guests of honor. s.hJields kn·ow thei motiions for eac'h one The :ho.ys of the class seemed esF1irst comes t he "Wake-Up" soitg, or The first " handkerchief" was peCJiallly enthusi asmc ahout thle tom- the oeremonial of Sun-Rfis.e. As the School Supplies ahawks, arrow h~ds, sad~es, tools cJiiklren sing they face the east to ja?kal's tail fastened on a stick. Lip~ stick was used by Egyptians four Fountain Pedn's an d Penci ls, Remington Portable bows, and a.i-r.ows. greet t11.el sun.. Then .they marc.h thousand years ago. Muffs were first 'Dl1'e girls admitted inte.re;t ·i n t h.fee .arow1d the mo.unta:in and each child used by men in 1688. They were Typewriters. See us for Good Eats. thing,s Jb.ut took .a more f$inine yreqares 1Ms tep~J with much ham- suspended around the neck by ribThe handy place to trade opposite t he Training School vliew.point of the exhibits. meri ng .a.s he Slings. bons. The first fan was a palm 78 Phone 73 p eru Nebraska 'I liked b.es'tj a beadejd <lrel.58,' reNext c·ometi the work of h morn- leaf used to keep away flies and marked Monte <;tene Gairneis. 'It was ing . The grind!i ng of the yellow c orn gnats. trtThese interesting facts and many made of deerskim a.nd t~ skirt was and the buiiad.ing of the fir.es. others were learned at the regular l:t- ~

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SWIMMING NOW · DORM G IRLS PLAY HOST TO missed and w.as taken up '1b y theMidA WINTER SPORT F ORLORN HOMELESS CATS 1and!: Sig n in Pe ru r es t am~a nill: 'rf the Swimming is no longer on ly a · J ~~ steak :is too tou gih/ for you, get out. ' cBn fool some of the people all of summer sport. Members of the W. R igh t now cats seem t o be the - . mie. and nil of the peop I e somer of the A. A. recreational swimming class vol Thrl.s is no p L ace for weak.Lings.' the hut the rest of the . t ime they will prove that. From the viewpoint special vogue a mong certa in lover s Anyhow w.e a.re glad so.meone in tltnlfools of themselves. either of h ea lth or plea.sur e, cold of that species of anima l. Midlland appreci ates our PhilosophIf there happens to be any stray, weather is as suitable for swimming as is warm . lost or orphan,ed ca ts wandering ic al sa,ylings! v.a Carder: (at t h& dinner talbl~) This swimming clas.s is open to a r oun d the ca mpus, they're sure to Pen all · Is It meets every Tuesday TJ1Je Co.Uegjan, Cot,nieir Co(Llege of bucknow, I heard t h at..all fx eshman andgi~h~rsday from 4 :30 t o 5 : 30. be spot~ed a nd bi:ought to third Li ncctln•, h as record of the best h!itchy.oubad to h ave d ates for the. game A s emester swimming ticket ~ay floor , Ellza Morgan . Po.s(lr.y .nigh.t.' be purchased fo r $1.50. Regulat~ons Ther e thes e vagabon~ a re tre~t- h.iker .o f tfu,b :f our teachers .colleges: 'P h are posted on t h e gymnasium I ed most roya lly. One tmy gray kitSei.sh~ Yo.su<t.ake 32 ~s retu.nung t o , ne Ric'.h ar d son: ass t e sugar t f di f d h b I f · ' .. door._ . I en V:'as on .Y e, a uge ow o hris 110me in Warm.ea, K arriaa m the plelISe'.' swimmm g leaders who have been t h e richest milk, I 11 wa ger, he ever H . . Isll . ds. Se· ha . d id elected are: Grace R awlinson, Lu- 1 dr e amed of .feasting on. :.. ~n · , ILS· se.cuie a i . e 1 aWJJ a~ All a fternoon he was a most be- to Ca11forn~a and _from that pomt ' Mrs T:yler: 'Miss Young, what .j s cille H a rpster, Mar jorie Men!fenh_a11, a nd Na d ine Andrew~ . Th~se I wilde:·ed visitor in ·numercus ·rooms, ex~ec.tr; tJo wo rk hJis way across on a y-0.ur ~~ret .ambition.' gu·ls h ave a ll p a ssed t heir senior while the compliment s a nd coddl- freighter. . Marg-a: 'I won't '!'.ell you.' life sa ving e_xamination a nd· will I ings it received would have turned , Seds:h!i .oame to Cotner four years (We ~nder ff it hasn't about b~ g_la d _to give. help to anyone ~ a ll ca t- t own green with envy had i>.go and ·ruaid not ibeen h ome since. been realizad) wishmg mst ruct1ons. . 1 it ·hea rd. . Cc.rrui ng· over hie1worked for his pass-

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The company was made up of Miss Ali ce Robinson, Head ·o f t}w. Latin Apy girl w_ishing t o le~rn n~w ~ ' A few da ys later·, another, larger agJ!I on a cattle hoart:; and• bummed his Dep.artme.n.t; Miss Miinnie E:· La1:son There is more tlhlan one way to coo\ str~kes, to dive, · to . practice life ' gr ay puss was · ca ptured and sur- 1way across to Linco)n. of the Ar t Depar:tment ; .M;iss Doro8 yo ung man's aroOJ". . Just a.sik Low- s.a vi:ig. m eth_ods, ? r JUS~ to ~ave a 'r ounded by a group of enthusias- 1 ~j Lew~s .if lit ever raims u.p around gooa t rme ~ill en.Joy this penod. I tic a dmirers. Surely this small in- KEARNEY TEACHERS VISIT PIERU thy Willi ams, Se cnetar.y to President h a bitant of the alleys never before . l\1La1rti.n; and Mrs. El~e Leoke, Se.cret he dormitory. BROWN AND DELZELL 1 received better treatment. -t:ary of Extem'Sfo n. Miss R c.binson 1 was former Dean of Wom:em o.f Peru ADDRESS Y. W. C. A. / Nevertheiess, from his comfortLast Sat w·day aft ernoon a group Ded:icated to Gracie Rowlison: ·- _ atle perch on pillows of lace he of teach1ea-s from Kearney Teachers 1 f.l'om 1921 to 1924, and has many 1 D.uc'ky, ducky, k.ind .and true, Gi rts G et Into Politics PrepaTatory lazily a nd tolerantly regarded ?is CoUege were: vigitors on tihll Pem fri!e(J1ds among t he f aculty and stuFloat ing on the river ,blue; To Voting Nov. 8 i worshippers like a bored king camp.us. They m ade a toll.l"' of all dents of the early '20's. If I miss yo.u wtitlh my i·ifle . a mong prostrate subjects. I'.H j oin y.ou in the W'aJlleT _snjffle. Believing that gkls are interest- ! If you, see a cat tucked _un_t!er / ====-=========================~ ~ d in politics a s well as in other some?ne s. arm you ~ay be qwte Margaret· 'But Rex, you mustn'~ thin crbs, Y. w. h a d two speakers, who certam hes hea ded for the Orphan. For Quick and Ac~urate Re2er enee . · . , t ook t he stump for the presiden- . age. thmk o:f me ail.l o·f th.e tlime. . , t ial c andidates in the coming elec- I on all iacts concerrii~::: words, persons, places, you are in c!lai!y need oi Rex: 'O\li,. Margaret! . If 1 dti.dn ,t tion. Mr. George W. Brown took :-""'>-~-"">""'"'°"'>--~- . t h.ink o:f .yo.u ill of the ~i.me; I wo.uld~ t the side of the Democrats ar:d Dean ~ have another .1ibJoug'.ht m my head. D elzell defended the Repubhcans. C3 S ·· V Mr. Brow n traced the develop. I m en t of the Democratic party, ex- ~ Why lhf.l.ve a college rriiX!er? Just plaining t he cha nges and the policy go to the Ub..Ilary any night bet~e n up on which it was founded. He Miss Florence Martin, Falls City, seven a..nd nine. emphasized the pla ce which the h as been ill for the past _tw?' weeks third p arty h a s . One of the other wit h a severe cold. Ma rJone MenGierti·ei: 'What can ·1 do to avoid two will a ccept issues which were denha ll is t a king charge of the ediTho Dest Abridge•! Dictlonnry because It ls put forth by the third ~t some torship of the Pedagogian until Miss sorei feet after ai football game?' based u pon WEBSTER 'S NEW I NTERtime. The platform which the Martin 's return to school. NATIONAL-The "Su preme Authority." Marge: 'Do as 1 do __ __stand on He re is a compa nion for your hours of ~ em ocr ats have acclaimed was dis- . Ma rjorie and Ruth Kimberlin, rea d ing n nd s tudy that w ill prove l ts yo.ur 'hands p.art of tlw ti.me.' .,.11,ssed by Mr. Brown as was the Phelps City were called home on rea l value eve r y time you consi:l t it for t he wea lth of rea dy informati on tha t P1:e$,ent a dministration and the re- a ccount of the illness and death of is In ta ntly yours. N adin e publica n president. th eir mother. She was fatally in- ) 1 06,0 00 wo rd s ::md phra ses with d c fl Don't be exci~ ginl:s, if "I always vote for a ca ndidate not jured when t he front wheels of the n i tio ns. etym o log ies. p r on u ncla· .Andrews rusll.e$ unto your .room at a ga inst," was Dea n Delzell's open- ca r locked as the f amily was ct.riv- / tions, nnd use in its 1,268 pages . 1,700 jJlas tratio n s. Includes d ictionnri es of b i o g r a ph y 1 2:20 ~nd asks if th.at was tih,le 3:30 I ing statement. Strange~y enough ing to Per'u last week. Mrs. Kiman d geograp h y; r ul es of pu n c tu a ti on; use of ca p i tals , ob11r e v-i nti o n s, etc.; a d ictiona r y of fore ig n p h r a s es ; and other be~l. She bias just ,b een a:AeESp. Onl y \ he V:'as not bo!n and raised a re- berlin was a n a unt of Wilma \ helpful special featu res. show what .a constant time pressure p ublica n , for his fat1!-er ~d mother Silence of Rock port. S e.e i t at 110111· Colleue Book ..t ore 01· W rite f or Informa: the moder n girl lli.ves .u.nder voted the democratic ti~ket reguEmma Hunzeker a n d Doris Wel:)b , tion to tlt e Pttl>li;;lt e1·s. F'rec :mecimen vaues ;1 voii • l arly . Mr. Delzell believes th~t who were in an auto accident on name this va11e1·. Dr. Sm.ith (2:3.0 class) 'WMre is R ocsevelt will be the nex t presi- the roa d to Per u several weeks ago, den t even though he will cast his have both returned to classes . .Mliss GHbe.rt 1fufis afternoon'? . vote for Hoover . . . 1 Miss Hollis Dodd, from Randolph , Anrre Jens en : 'Pro.biably Mleep m Devotional service was m charge Ic wa, f ell from the steps of the her 1:30 cfai;s.' of Ada Bra dy. Ruth Hawxby led dor m last week and injured her , the song s er vice. ba ck .' However, she is taking daily 1 The stud£lnts age o)id JCry: . t r eatments fo:r it and is able to atNew Hats for Old , tend classes. 'No :fame I crave; .before my eye The girls in the Advanced Cloth- i Margaret and Lois Troyer have A simpiler goal I keep: ing cla ss must have felt the _de- ·had guests stay over from Hozn.e- . I hope ju it once, b€1[ore I die, pression. Maybe they were Just coming weekend. They were Miss To get suffiic.ient sleiep.' being economical. Anyway they Betty Pancake, who attended school brought in some of their old bats h ere last year, a nd who is now tutG lRL ATHLETES PLAN and made tll:iem into new bats. I oring at her home in Shenandoah, w. A. A. SPORT \ 1Iowa, and Miss Alice Smith from How's Your Diet? Essex Iowa was the other visitor. N vld. b.e aclinitte.d who d.s not . That is the question the girls in Fer' two ~eeks Miss McCollum's 0 . one l:thes at thew. A. A . pro.rn " Nutrition class we~e asked. So sis t er, Miss Martha McCollum , f:~m m sp.or~ c .h 4 E very girl t h ey observed the trme necessary Bloc msbu.rg, Penn., h a s been visitto be g iven °;~,..,e.r ·n for ea ch activity and calculated ing in Peru. on ffue camp.us is anvated to share J I their energy requirement. Then t he fon of thie ev.e ning. . . . they checked th_eir daily diets to •E XCHANGE NEWS Even if you are not ancli ned to- see if t heir requirements were be- , ward physical .activdtite;s this festiv~t..y ing supplied. Perhap~ they could . · ·~•ty to w ear ra 1....... will IDVe you. an "'iIJpo .., vu.i"' · elp y ou with . your diet; whether . t • The ·rocc hange.;; from vamolis . c olh ges our mO$t rakish. sport costume, or you want to galll or lose we1gh · . and hig1h schooils .are r eo<l!ved by the 1 ~<>u.r mast tomboyish outfit. Y o.u journalism depart~ent _eac~ weeik. In may, ,i f pm;s:i.ble ii.mitat.e Helen Wi11s PERU'S GIANT DONS NEW T ' t>u.rn,_ the P edagog 1an 1s ISe!Il't tcr each MlOody or Babe Didiuckson... Original TOGA AND STEPS OU I oi thiese sch00;1J.s. The Peru exchange Student;s be .among our Satisfied customers. Ask and humorous costumes will 'have all .are: for our ~Li ns Run-Stop hos.e an<l get the< most for thlxir share of p.op~r.ity. . i~~~t!~~sv~Ji~i o°x: ~~~r~~h- 1 Soutlh Hligh Tooter, Soutb High yo ur money. THEY SATISFY. Athletic sports WiiJlll_ furnlSh the ~d legs arrogantly disregarding all Sc'hool, Omaha, Nebr .; The Antelope , Try ou.r Grocer.y ~art ment you wfilll b.e pleased. Weme for the decorations. Y.ou. can a ctivit ies of campus life, milling Kie~xney, Nebr.; The G.o'ldenrod, Phone22 probaqly oomewha.t g.uess at the ::tbout his feet. · Wayne, N~br.; The Ea~e •. Chadron, Phone 22 Gene r al Merc.handdseappear ance of the giJmnasium, but Not long a go he was a shabby Nebr.; The Creiigibltonian, Omaha _... L. D. REDFERN t~ committee plans to exceed yaur drab gia nt l?oking sulkily down on Nebr.; The No0 rth western Misso.uni.an, t t· :i world which to all appeara nces M -.ue. Miss o.uni· The W~ eyan, expec a ions. . t had completely forgotten him. He aryVJ ' d E 1· P. S. E ats. we ·h ave 'an up to date grocery store. Come in Dan<.5ing w.i~ occupy the ma3or ·~a; j rew in t o obscurity and, I fear, he Linco~n, Nebr. ,and Norbhl Ben age, of the evenmg. An appropna e ~ontracted an in feriority complex . North Bend, NeibJ". pr.ogram ,is being plainned, althouglh , B u t this fa ll he received a beau- ; the details are not p.ublic at this time. tiful n ew coa t of shining silYer, I The '·Oo.y o'he' staff at tfue W~Mey a n There w;i;ll be s omethln.g good to icross which he proudly bears the I Year Bonk has been .anno.unced by ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP eat, of co.urse. W hat .else co.uld be n a me "P eru'_' in black letters of Heilen K•endaj.l,. editor. al1!1 Claude When yo u are pleasant we are satisfied ex,pected at a n athletic party'? huge prcpor t10ns. . Buxton, .b usi ness manager. 1932 ~ 'ttees ar e w orking. under the Now he is no longer shy and ret1- 'Coyiot es' ihlave been reducied from All Work Guaranteed mmi . J d uhlic- -:ent, but a changed, grand old mon· • · . · ..OO Ph·o ne 109 Pho.ne 1.09 le.aderSb.ip of .Mlild.red .o ry, p arch. Witl'i every change in weath- t he fo rme r pr:i ce of $3.50 t o $3 • J.P. CLARK ity and atlve.rtising c·h airma n; Gr.ace er his recept ive mood cha nges in / -Rowlison, refreshmen ~ c~rman! respo~e. In the sunlight he ftash- Fo.ur assoiciate edi.tors w.e r; apLanore Bernard de,cora.tmg cha r m an , es brillian tly a gainst t he calm blue ._..,~,.:i b S H M kh f ed'l' tor / ' · tr mi nli ht h · I .poo,. f;t'./U. y oren . un o , Lora Dickerson, prog?lam chlll!rman. s~. 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Undefeated in Southeastern conference play, the Nebraska City Bulldogs will · come to Peru this week (Tuesday) for a non-conference tilt with the Bobkittens. By I virtue of their 14 to 7 victory over Tecumseh and the fact that they nosed the Pawnee IndianS out of their title hopes, 7 to O; last we~k. makes the Purple and Gold Bull- I dogs strong favorites to win over the Kittens. The Peru eleven will be outweighed by the Bulldogs some fifteen or twenty pounds to the m a n. With only a mere handful of Kittens out for football, Coach Edie is making a f-ew changes in the lineup this week in an a t tempt to s trengthen the line a nd to find a backfield combination tha t will ! function. Velvick and Palmer, backfield men, have been shifted . to the line on the offense and their pla c es filled by Captain Kelso and Kaizer. R a wson, who h as been 1 playing g uard, will be shifted to \ t ackle t his week. · The K it tens pla y at T a ble Rock n ext week (November 4) . : A few facts about the Prepsters : footba ll s q u a d : 1 Pla yer Pos. E x. Wt. ! Capt. K els o . .. .. ., . ... Q , E 1 138 '. P layer Pos. E x . Wt. I Hazelton . . . . . . . . . . . . H , B O 120 i Adam s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E 1 130 ' K izer . . . .. .. .... . .. .. E , H 0 115 ' Palmer .. . . . . .. . ... .. F~ G 1 130 ,. R aws on .. . .. . .. . . . . . G , T O 130 Leahy ..... . . . . ... . . H , T · 1 148 ' Grover ._. . . ... . .. , ... G , T O 142 Stromq m st . ... . . . . .. .. . G O 140 Velvick . . . . . . . . . . . . . E , H 1 150 P a rriott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E O 1051 Rowa.n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G O 125 Pugh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C 1 140 G cod ... . . . . . ... . . .. . . .. T o 145 Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G 0 115 I R edf ern .·. . . . . . .. ... . . .. C O 118 1 And er.son . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E O 135 · Cowell .... . .. ... . .. . .. . . E o 100 Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c O 103 Ma yer . . . . ... ·. . . . . . . . . . G 0 105

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(Contin ued frnm fi rst p ag-e.) me n, w'ho were spirit , and rode to t he spirit world. Mr. Nmh a r.dt. sHad that t he viri on / mdght b e d cm.btful if El!!ck Elk had no.t such beauty of description. Hut DELIGHTFUL CAMPUS SCENCES ' iVHICH \ VILL BRING FOND R ECOLLECTIONS TO MANY LOYAL there is no way that Black Elk could PER UVIAN have got ben a ll t he clearness and the . . ' po.wer of proph.e• · · ~ · . . th . cy . except throu g-.h 1we re h ? ppy and p eacef.t.I. Amm::il<; ' Eldon H ay war d. regnstrar. an d loc al"--~-"'-~-~-.. -°' seeing e t rue v1s10n. j . e s , ··t W ·Id BI k F ll . . : we re t here also i n p eace P.nd h1ar m -:n v r eprese ntati v e of t h e grou p conve n- , v CALENDAR. I n t·'.,. p .. 11 01. ac · < v1.1t- : . · · · f th . . I rn tihoe k no"'iled ge of th e Great Spirit . I rn g m Om a:h a ; a nl conoernin g t he \, Tues., Oct. 25, __H . S. F ootbal'l ed t '-"' lo d T 1 • "'"' c u ep ees o e 91 X ru m er . . . . 1· · · · · \ ~ · sp irits wh o wer e l' k t h •- .. ! T b 1.s Mr . N e1ha rdt believes J S the vis- D istrict N o. 4 l un ch eon, from Miss t' N ebraska City I e e S o<t l "'· If I . f l T l l . I w d 0 ' seemed as though .a sp irit ·a nd not rn o o t '.e Lea~ue of N atlion s. e a r, oca ~epresentative of t h e e . ct . 26- G et p a cked

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With victories 'Over Cba.dron and / Tennis p1a.yer, s wimmer, rider, j There was . college spirit a ple·rtty Way ne, t he Peru Bobcrut/3 gained 3 ' skater, golfer, baseb.atl-player, lilt'ker, Dr. Jess up, Dr. Muyskens who. em- 1when a .g ro.up o·f P eru alumni all 'in stron ger grip on the top rung of the and spectator . joined in the c.o mmon pnrusizes a truer appreciation of convention district No. 4, met in t.h e lad<l'€lr in their race for a. N. I. A. A. spOJ·t of <l ancing at the W. A. A. high/er values in J!ifu achievement, Dr. 11 Midway H.o tel, Kearney, on OctQfb.er. P rom November 4 \ iootb all trophy. ' · · Grumm.ann who .brought in h~s foimit- I 28, for then· se<cond ann.uiaJ. Peru 1111J1~ Cardinals of O.mahla University Tennis r ack ets a n d hlockey sticks • ' h ,,, ll ha-' ll'"ed th Th " d ed. h able way the living spirit .of Greek I c eo.n. M .. lard BE u ra 1 e ·are struggling to cling to the s ame ·eicorat t e w.alls. Ten pins, dumb J crowd together. , Anna Brecht presidp erch, ,bu t their tie-game with Wayn.e 1hells, and gymnasium equipment were art .and literature were so.urc.es of ! ed and' Raymond Trenholm (}efd the wm keep them a ha:lf-step below the I g ro.uped around the wall. An archery inspiration to Miss E sther A. Clark. ; gr o.up in songs and yell~ ... Bobcat.s. !target invited practice. Basket balls Bu.t .as for all the teachers so for .he r J J okes and remliniscences passed 1 · a gay s1lm · "t of P eru's remaining Conference giam ei 1 hun ~ permanently suspended from the incidentall pleasures bad their I ar.oun d ·th • e t a bl e m · n be played at Kearney on Tha nkstheir g oals. · M"1ss G r.aiee T ear w h o ·Ji·.a d' Wl 1 "th d · th h ld n 1c.ama d erie. giving day. Tl$ "Bobcats must d efeat Altho.ugh card tables were scatte·r P aces: e rives r~.~g gc. e \ crme .as an amb assador of good· will t he Antelopes to •assure t hemselves, ed. .ar ound the edg es of_ the room for The· twalth •ann\ial American Edu- October weath>er, the vlS!t to Joslyn from their Alma Mater spoke.· briefly the ·Championship. t hose who wished t o play, dancing catio.~ We~k wiil observed No- Memorial, and the s oc'ial fellowship of of tihfe pleasure it·.Ms >g;iv'e n···t he: C:ol. Oma:ha Unliver stit y will meet Chad- was t he chief pleasure. of the ev.e ning. V'Eimber 7- 13, accord.ing to the Odo- severaJl lunc·h eons •. Miss Clark \lege here to know that t he sc atteiietr r on in a "t urkey-da.y" contest, the on- ! A good orchestra and a highlly pol- her Journal of tl!!e Na tiional Educ.at ion tt d d th f th - th N bras- alumni .are rem·e mbering their school .. Conference g ame lleft on t he N . I. !is.hi floor contr'1huted to thii · As · t" S d b th u "t ::l a e.n 6 ree -0 ese e e I s elnJOy- S s.ocm0·1fof?· ponEsdore : y he m e. ka Women's Educati·onlljl Club with Idays v.ilt~ pleasure and a re j ~dning to'v A. A. scireduile. . l men~. . . . . t ates . ice of uc.at'io.~, t e Amergether i.n a spirit of happ.y f : Howsh:·p. The Bcibcat s end ed the Wildcats 1. M1ss D avidson and Virg m1a Ma- . ·1can Leg10n, and the Nat1oonal Ed.uca- 1 Miss Fiaulhaber pres1dmg, thie Peru I Sh~ t old of the changes which h ave conference schediu1'e\ at w ·.a yne l ast \h ewi:; gave two clog dances. Lora , tion AsS-Ociati • n, the seven~d1ay pro- I Aill.mni dinner a nd the Nebraska come wi.1Jh tihe growth of the ·colllege week, leaving t hem "shivering" at t he · Dickerson pleased the girls by so.me ) g ram is built aro.un~ t~e thE m :{, ··:he. j Writer's Giuild, where Mrs. Radke, and a nswered many h alf hum~rotis b ottom of the ladder · . songs. . 1· schools . and. t hle natron s founders. a f armer p eru s t u d en t an d p resent questions as to :faculty • student and, The standing uf t h e Conference Several form;; uf .human py1·am1ds 1 Paying t.r1bu.t e to early !leaders w.ho b f s· T D ... 'ded colle•""e aclt:ivities Repeated calls for . / ' . mem •z1r o 1gma au e1i.;!l. p · es1 . "" · . teams foHows:· were erected by the µ·!! ls of the the . . t"ion Il fo r 'h.anods show.e d t hat m ahy . , . tum- saw nn advance . . . need for .an. edu- . A'l ,, , h ow:ever, f e It th e msp1ra Teams w• L • T ' Percen tage olmg cl ass. Theseb ·nlhletes also hper-t cated c1t1zenry m a democratic na- , f f II h.. 'th t't h had t ro.d th!e .boards o'f the LJittle The. h . . . ,o e ows 1p w1 o u~r eac ers, . 2 o I) JOJ O formed ro 11s, d.ou l e r o1ls, elep an I t1on, t e Amer.1cian Education Week . h th p· • . . D D 1 11 , ater · that the Phllos :far ou.t riuinPeru . .. l .1 ., . b . .. .- b· . . .. . wit o er e1 uvl8ns. ean e ze 1 • l o l 1000-- ! 11 .1 ks, _,, u demo_.slr'\ .. P.d t c.ir ab1ltt} •, Q senna.nee will emphastze the fund.a. Oma.hla. Uni. · • • • • · • • a f ter th'1s series of conven t"10ns s at"d· bere<l the ·Everetts and ' that a goodly 1 l .o 5.00 · a t .rhvmg by d1vm g o v~r as ma1~ y ns mental dl.aracto.r of education m the t . "P . 't ts . more number had w.ashed their w ay thl-ough Chadr.on 1 : . . . . mos s rncere y, eru S pin · 000 . seven girls •11 a r.ow. natw.nal hfe today. Special attent10n th th . d ,, f colle""e at work tn the kikhens of the 0 1 1 Kearney ··11 H • I •1, . an m ere .en :usia sm an •O.ve or 1, · ., Lu 000 .c1 e .arpster s c-0stume won , ~ n ,1 be g1v.e n t o. the :demands made t' · . "t t1 I . . · town 0 2 2 Wayne .. .· . . · . a par 1cu 1~ r m.st1 u on. t ~ s a 1'1vJng, 1. · 1 fn ~t pr 1ze. It was ·a white skating .upon the schools b.y economic read. f . N b -· ' · E. t " ,, · 1 .. . .. . ovmg orce m e r.aS!n a cuca 1nn. 1 flla ns we re made for a 1933 lun' 'KNIV•ES OF SYRIA" with sk!ates. \ Justhlents. "A n ru n1.y of rnsp~ . . ra t"ton·~•• l ectures I1 cheon ,at the Associa1rion _meeting in' ' o.ut f1t, . complete . CHAPEL FEATURE 1, MarJone Mendenhall wo edu.ca- 1 the keyno t es o f w h 1c " h w as s.oun d e d I Grand Island wit 'h' Warren McMahon ' . . n second , . Th~ p.urpose . . of the annual . ! pn ze. She was dressed: m the lady- 1ltrnnal fest1v.aJ 1s to pro"•tde an oppor- · b D J . "T h k I.irnd Ann a Donner the comrnittee in --/ li k · · f . · .fo 1 . . . y r. essup m, eac ers, eep up , . e sw1mmmg costume o severa1 tumty r al c1tizrns to participate in ,, . te . 1 d 'th : charg e. An enjoyable o ne act. p lay, 'Km ves/ y ears ago. / .defining the objectives and apprais- your t.co.~:;ge; m etrmml~ e f . WI d 1 The sing in g of the old Color Song of Syrfa,'' b.y Lynn Riggs was pr.eMiss Didldel r ecefved honorable / ing t;he results o.! edtncatio.n. P ar ents opdpor . ukn es 0 me oil t nenth~ le.ft wi t h rt,he p arting Peil'l~v i ans the "~nte,j b~ .a. group of the Drama tic t" H .d . st f . 't--' .. h h. ·1an m a. e .new .o nes, excE! en wea. . -Club mo""!bers at Convocation . . · \ me n 10n. er n. mg co ume w.as o are mvJ "" to v1si,t t e sc o.cds dur. th f " ·r.·1. ·tl"t 1 F r1da"Y , h d . hi ,_, . . '. . er , e . 1ne 1,:isp1 1 ,y .a ways ex t e n d - I hea rt warmi ng fe eling tlmt t hey o.nce ~"' er ow.n es1gn and wa s g. ~1y ongm - ; ing the week •and -ddscuss with teach- \ ed b 0 h h t uld more t r.ul y belon ged to the old schoo l Nov. 14. . -- ~ al. Moreover, she, •as well as .Miss ers and school officers the work : d . .Y f m a a, W: .a ~";: hon,e upon the hilltop The cast w as as f olllowS: fM•ason and Miss Harvey, galloped in- whtlch t heir own childreln are doing. i .,.e:!tre. t~r .a.,, session e eac er .s · · Peddle·r . i . . · i .n..Ssocrn 10n. Pearl Kenton. G eo r g~ G a t e s --- ---·- - Sy r i"'"' -: to the room on. theu own steeds. • Meetin gs WJll be held to make plans · Kathleen Colbert ---- R h1od:1e Buster \ A b at and ball personified by Ger- I for maintaining the highest possible The P.a ramo,unt the. tre and Central I Peru Al umni Dinner District No. Lela McCann ------ --- Mrs. Bust er . t r.ude Flynn and WHma J.acka added : stan.dands .o f edJU:catfon du.ring . the·i High Sc.h1:iol were the meetling places I The Penu. Alumni Dinner was .h.e ld Clyde L ar e ----- ---- - - - - - -- ~h arliie to the general fun ·and oonfusfon. The ·! present emergency. Attention willl be ! of t he Omaha Convent ion. T r h j in Lincoln at 5:-30, Thursday evening, Dorotl_!y Brenner - - --,- -, - - - - ~1re~tor I Cra wford sisters c.hiampioned the / given parti:cularly to temp.o rary cur- 1 c~ange from Te~h High School met . O~t?ber 27th fo the .lar ge Georgian The parts wer.e wen g nrem, e . peCJ al- , no ble sp.ort of tennis. Many other ; tailments iin studies m'2 1ie necessary 1 with _!.he enthusiasm ·and suppi;i rt of 1 D1mn ~ r oom of the C.ornhusker hotel. l y th.at of Mr s. Bruster, t he m o1h er. diverse and interesting costum r s \\e re I by reduced finances r.1 order that i the teachers. Eldon Hayvrard, Re g- !Supermtendent Spenser Leger of EllmThe scene was Ja,id in a small Okla- ' displayed. / chHdr.ein ma.y suffer 'as little as p os- istrar, w as fiavorably impressed .both woo.a, class of '14 w as T oastmaster . ho.m~ :mwm house. mother is ve ry / Jee cream ibars wit h athletic eqlllip- I sible from decreased educatiouaJ op· ! the secti~n~ l .and ge~eral sessions N1'iss No n a P almer le d t h e audience in W()rrted that Ch~rhe h as. n ot ret urned . ment mdlded on them and punch were 1\ portunity. • m ,a l) of which except1onally. good the .sc hool. ~o n gs, a nd t'Jie a.ssembled from tow.n.. It is the wish of Mrs. served in time for the girls to get t :-!lent w.as presented. A.L. Hill ex- a.u.chence JOmed .most hearl1l y. Th e Buster tbat her cl1a ugh teJr m arry C:hlar- 1h<'. me before the lights b1inked. , ALL-COLUEGE PLAY (Contin•uoed on last pag e•) following m ade s hort tad ks: lie so he can hd\p them run the tarm. 1 CAST CHOSEN President W. R, Pat e, in be half of RhGdie has found a Syrian peddler , MRS. DUNNING VISITS STRING QUARTET GIVES t ho School, tblat :is much mol'e attractive t o her ALLIANCE CONVENTION Willard Shumard Receives Leading , Supt. W . K. F owler, E x-St ate Su_,. Rh-<><.ue -"' h ~s r e.ceav • ed a '; CHAPEL PROGRAM permtende . than C b ara1e. Role nt, letter from the Syrian telllmg her One of tl'le outstiainding features of - - Pro·fe sor Herbert Brownell, 1 th."t he is iCOming to see her. Cher- the sixth district conventi.on held fa "I·f yo.u plan to see .one play this ; W er.'nesda)', No, e - her 2 the colleg ) Siu,pr.·, M. C. Lefler, lie is heard t.o ride lllp with a wild AllianClei was the co.urtesy program year, g o to 'Berldley S.q1U:are.' strin.g q u artet, a recently org anized P r.of. Geor.g e W. Brown, clatter of hoofs. · • gN~n by the peu.p le of that city, , y.our ,b udgeit provid.es two evenings '. g r.oup,. ;f.av c.red with a short prog ram I Ju<l ge W. C. Parriott. A highway man has t ried t o kill · .under the auspices of the Masonic lin the ~he1a:tre, see tlt tmice." I at co.n vQcation period. The person- i At the suggestion · .of Supt . M. C. Charlie. He escia.ped b ut ha~ a cut o n J organfaa ti-ons. The entertainment . Thus sp.e aks the New York "Even- ' nel of ltJhis g roup is·: Clyde Bole and ,. LeHer , !h eJ m eetang was closed. by t he his hand where th~ fellow has cut consisted of a most spectacumar pag- i ~n~. Telegram" concern'ing the pla,,y W.i.n'iifred P ettit, vfolins; Gera. Grab- entire aud~ence standing w.iUi .bowed him wtit b a sha.rp k n'ife. The m an ea nt with ithe ,bicent.enn;ial theme, and w.biich has been chosen a.s the fir.st am, viola; Syth l!i.a l\fuchek, cello. I heads in 'h o.n or t o the memory of'. the wears a .h\andkerchi.ei ac ross his f ace was enact ed ,by .abo.ut two hundred lsemetea- .alll-co:llege stage production. 1 The seJections, which were .b.eauti· 1·a,a t.e Ccl<!neJ Thomas Jefferson Miajori;. so t hat Char1ie d oes not recog nize citizens. They were assisted by the The large cast of fifteen members . f.ully r e ndered ·and enthusiastically The me_et ing was .a tr.ue Peru get-to"him. m unicipal band in sever.al ;,elections, has beg.un W<>rk on "BerMe.y Square" j r eceived by the listeners, were as f geither meet:in g. T.hle following alum Th~ Syrian C'o.rnes . in after Char li.e b,y the fife and drum corps, als~ ,by by John L. Balders:on ;whic'~ will .:be 1 fol~ o.ws : I n"i and. friends were pre£ent, has gone tn feed his h<>rse. In hiis firing sq.ua<1s from the American produced as ia .budg et, play m a few jSpmt of the 18't'h Century __... ____ _.. Pre"Siclent and Mrs. W. R . Pate, PeJ>ack the visitor :has many fine t hings. Legion. • weeks. Leslie Howard . mil.de it a - ------ ----- -- ---- --- Affred Pocbon 1ru., N.<~hr. Among them .aret S<>me ver.y sha rp The audience was tbh11e.O with su.ccess on Broadway. The following f Old .Englis-h F.olk-Song (Drink to Me ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cline, '07, 2~27 'knives. The Syrian t eJ/ls .}lk>w I.ove rs p at1iotism .as our c·o untry's history people will make it !in .uiifbrgettaJble ' Only w it h! Th'ine Eyes) __ ___ _______ __ \ Wo.o.clale, Li rl(coln. iin S yria make use of these knives to was •u.nf.olderl i.n inspiring t aibleaux on event in .Peru. ' --- -- ----- - ----- - -""-- Alfreid Poc hon ., Sup t. and Mrs. Spenser M. Ledger, rid t hemsel ves of rivals.- Mrs. B uSter the magnificently eq.u;ipped stage of wrnar~ Shumard ---- Peter Standish Rev.iew CJf £he Ti.n S oJ.dlie rs ------- - '14 1914 E\lmwoO.d, Lincolh~ becomes oas;s.ured that this is the fel - t he new Masonic temple.. Haizel Niles ---- - -- Helen Pettdgrew __ __ ____ ___.. ___ _ Joseph F. W.agner Jn.tdge W. C. Parriott, '96, Lincoln. low that. cau.s-ed Charlie such a frigh't After a sa!l ute to t'he fla g h ¥ the Dorothy .Brenner ___ _ Kate< P e!tttgrew Miss Ruth Pyrtle, former PreSlident especiany since t he Syrian .wears Ii el!ltire asrnmjl.tlage, t~ps sounded, and L ora Dickerson --------'----- -"'-:-HALLOWEoEN PARTY AT o.f the1. N:a.tional Ed.u.catfon Associnlarge handkerchief arou.nd hts throat. thus d osed the sess10n of a most Lady Anne Pet111grew MEYER HOUSE t 10n, Lind ell Hote1, Lmcoln. . To get him to leave Mrs. Buste r worthy associatio.n in distric t number Truxton Routh! - - - ----- Mr. Throstle Professor Herber t Br.ownell, He.ad swears th/at ·on the morrow RhQldie s ix. V.i rgil Bugbee - -- - - - Toin Pettigrew CJ.f ihe physicaJ Scjenc.e .at Peru 'in mav marry t h e peddler. T he attenaence .at t he couvent'ion Phyllis Papez _·___ __ Marj.orie Fr.ant Heal":ng the c~l ·of a witch down- 1892 to 1910, and Mrs. Brownell, 2045 After the p.ed'dler has gone ~oyfu lly wa~ the largest Jin its history, and Dwig'hit Waldo ------ - .Am,bassa~or stlllirs, the g,inls .at the Me,~er house C St., Li1iicO'lri Nebraska. on his way Cha rlfo 9 nt ers. He lS much Alhance showed the teachers every Doris Deaver -- - - - --- Mrs. B arwick rushed d<:> wn Tuesday ev.e mng, Octo.W. K. Fowler, former State Superdi.sheveled b u t ne vertheles8 h e is Yer y l cou rtesy t o make their stay ple ~sant. Dale. BO"oth - - - - - -- - -- Major Clinton her 25, t1~ find. that Ha lloween .h/ad int.end~mt of Neb raska anid Mm Ed ith t riumphiant. He reco.unts how he has 1 Mrs. Dun rung Max me1 Trauernicht ______ ____ rea.Uy 1arnved. F owler, 01, 20'7 So. 22 Lincoln. )list got ev.en with the fellow who - ---·-Duchess oif Devonshire I A deilic:i.ous supper w.as served Supt. M. C. Lt1t1er, Supt. of Lincoln had tried t.o kill him. Rhodie and A .new ,bo.o k written by Miss Grace Leon;ai Hudson - - Susa nne B.arrymore : cafeteriJa-style•. in the runing-room Scho~ls, '09 and Mrs. M. c. Lefler , ~rs. Buster h'ecome e.~1dt ~ but C hai·- Hannah W~ls;on ·of th'e ~nglish de- Maid - ---- - ------- _LaV e rne Set~er I:which h ad been clevenI,r . decora ted 21.()1 sew: n St., Lincoln •. he m akes Rhodie happy by t elling partment will app ear <d.urmg t he m id- Lord Stanley ------- Mar k'. Mulhns . m tr.u.e H111tloween .1iash1on, after I Mr. Milton Blankenship, 'I() and 1wh'ich th'e ~emain?er of the evening Mrs. Mli~t,on Blankenship, 1926 So. tblem t h at it was the mean Baker boy dle of De.c~e~. Th e td.Ue <>f the H. R. H., The Duke of C~ber-· whom he h ad whipped. All ends h ap- new ed'ition 1s: The Relii;l'o.us and . land,' K. G. __ Clyde Knapp .Lare I wias . speii; t m d~l~ghtiul g a.mes and . 22nd, Linc.oln. . pily at leas'ti for Rhodie, 'if .not for Educatfonal PM!osophy of .flhe Y.ounlj ! l)irector - ------------ D. J. Nabors mumc. .) 11 the girls dedl ared they\ Mr. J_'.) aUJl Bfankenshli p iand Mrs. Charlie , Women's CJ-m-~stian .Association. Assistant D1r.ector - - -- J.oyce Grubb had ·a vor.y pleasant time. j (Cont i.rJJu.ed -0n last page~)

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thlird down the wildcats, using a I "low"· for Per.u teams. Elllce with schools of the insular pas- sufferers. The Red · Cross also f ak el spli t h uck, iut . t he l ef ti s1.de of 1 Th e ]"ine 1up. t •o sessions and foreign nEt ions, a bro·ad- h1a.ndlec\ tile re1·ief an d re h•a.b·i·t I 1a I n W t- p owt T.able .Rock 27 er interes t in kno.w'ledge. The in- of 2,9.06 families suff ering f rom t h e t h e Pe?lu iline for a touchdown, mak- 1I p eru (O). ms*" 00 5 ·mg g.OO:d their • • • t b Y a /' Parriott 105 -le •135 I rw m · troduci:i?n to ,Red Cross. wo.rk · ~hu s r~- Marc h tornadoes in Alb ama, ""'org "· a, extra porn 'h -·' .t<:ve pla,ce kick. . .• . Leahy 148 lt -165 Rab~tejn ek cuive<'I m the secondary s cno.ols IS Tennessee and Kentucky. Altogether Pennv: "Say, Pos, if you t'1U u • · t 135 -l g . 150 ' J With o.nly a minpt:e left to P.I ay th e .St r omqu1s Bedea carried into thie cdlegEls, where the t h e Red Cross expe'llded $3,597,000 in huck~ .ink;;~ur pocket what ,· would Bobcats received the Wayne knck off P.ugh 140-c -145 Hart.on anrnu,al RoJI Call offers .an opportu- administering to the needs · of 77,500 y.ou in · an.d staJ1ed a st~dy drive ~p the . Grover 142-rg -147 Glilbert nit,y for becomin g acq uainted with f amilies who suffered from natural pos: "I had on someone e'\sE('s pants." fieU.d, again.st the wind, car.ry1ng the 1 Rawso.n 135-rt-180 McKnight the pro.gram .o f the society. c~1a mities. . . ball to t.hle Wayne 20 .ya.r.d lme .as t,he Adams 130-re -132 Norris As r.e aders of news events .co'J!le•ge In the relief of the lll.Il.employed, Why . worry kiss\ K e1so 138 -q b - 125 . ' C ovau 1t students kn ow that the Red Cr.oss ' . I ar l y an . t'-'. . . . . ·about keepmg . . f gun soun d e d . . . . . has part1c 1.., .m tnmg areas an d .able, g!l"ls, JUSt t·ry dr:mking o.ut Coach Gilkeson's starting 1::.0-lh :l .,., '"' · Tucker been a c ti"v·e everyw h E'Te m · t'h e p a5t 1·n-'ustJ'in.1 r.,c.omtnun.it. i"'"• 't;.h e Red:.t~'.....-nss. · f d . · · hneup · · H· azelton · u u ..,.., ,. ~ny of the Have.lm ch1na cups o.un p~aye.d the entire g.a.me wl_thout a ~~b- J Kize~ 115-rhi~ I40 . Bindrum . y.e a1• pr.o mo.t ing its general peace-t.'me .gave free seed for vegetable gardens m our local eallling pl.aces. st.i tuti.on. Onlly . o~e p~n ri\lt.Y ·v,:as in- ·I Vel~~ck 15~"fb-150 ·. Carter aictivit'ies and espeid ally . m reLie·f to 300,.0.00 families. il1cted on the Bobcats thruout the O;t;ficials: · i:efere.e-~.e·n~edy, Hum~ work. It now may ,he worth w.hlile to In considering this relief work, o.ne 1 ''F\ei> of the library .tOrcEi: "We do four quarte.rs. . . 1 boldt: . Umpire-...M1tchell, · Humboldt; speak of the p art t aken b.y Red Cross sho.uGd not lose sight of the ·Steady w.isli · p e C\pl€ would stay awak.e long The Wayne . te~m deserves c·o.ns1d- 1 Head .Linesman-Arnold., Humboldt. in alleviating mis..e ry due .to. disasters se11·vlice g iven 1b:y : the Red · Cross in enough to pnsb their .own .cha_!!'s un- er~ble,. c ~eqli~ in ·pold-ing th~.. Bqbcats 1 ·: ~ .•· .· ..,......,.. . » . · . . and to econo.in.ic causes. other lines. Among these ·services· is der the tabl e at c.losmg t;mie. . to a 7 point .advantage, as· ··sevetaf Nebraska City's h.ighly··· touted In thc..se communities which face the tea.cHing -0f first aid and life~s·~vof thei~ regu:lar players . were eoc- '.g rldiron .:Wa~riors were hard'. pushed u.nemployed probJlems, the local Red ing, wh'ich boas been give~ at many During H <Howe' en no s<~io.us d.a.m.- tracted fr om the game thru: li.njuriees. \ by the Peu Bobkitt.e.n midgets, ·but Crdss Chapter is either the center of colleges over the co.untry as suppleage was done but some tYf the girls The lline .up. \ former Peruvian ·· Place's proteges relief or lis .~ · lea<l'ing agency in the manta.I to athletic wo.rk. became rath€JI' difficult to manage ~z~u (13) Wayne (7) / nallied in the final ' 'can'tlo., and regis- relief or ga nizati-on. Let ·it be remcfnbered th.at the Red when it was learned that they ~re Carmichael LE Ma1hller tere<Ji a 25-6 wit! over the ''Edieanen", ~y ·act of Congress, the R'eld .Cros!f ·Cross annual IlcJll Call opens ·on planning to piush t he dormitory over. P ate LT P~u:l in the Pe11u. bow~, October 25. The has char.ge of the .distribution of a Armistice D.ay, November 11, a.nd ends Tolly LG Kramp'len , Pr.e psters displayed .a surpris!ing im- I totiil of eighty-five m:ilLlon bushels of on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, Homecoming is past but still bits of f'unches C Ambrose (C) . provement thiat had . the league lead- government wheat to the needy .bla nd, gossip caines b_qck. We hear<l r ecent- Peek RG Stedry \ ing invaders .fussed .l and, trouibled ling its conversion int.o .111our ~;nd ·i ts LOST ' ly from some wag on tJhe campus th8.t DPiakseh . er . RT Blume \f!lr threie periods. shipping and .cllistribution. Agiafo by RE Oiwen I n ..",h. e .urs .,.. t · h ais iadded cotton to An overcoat left on field t;hei night of 1 ns f e<l era 1 I aw, 1t Truxton Routh has gone into ia: pressqu a r ter the B 0 bk.tte ing b.ui n-eEs-and he started in b ty Priefert LH Hockett played the best foo.t ball they have ' the milling business to satisfy .cloth- Midl a1ncl game. -Finder· Ple:ise leave pressing Ke!P;h Melvin's coat. More- Miller RH Gast . p! a.y.ed iaal y:ar. I? this period _th:y ing nqeds of the people 'in want. .same at Registrar's office and get n over, the business inclu.des feeding Hatcher (Capt)QB Kunkle . earned a p.air oif first downs, while During the .year the Red Cross re- n'ward. . h •!ping of Gaines FB Srr.tith / ·hlolding their heavier oppo.ne.nts with· · young l mie\11 generous ll . minera on. aFor further particuJars Score b.y .quartJe..rs o.uit a single .On!'l. The Prepsters . ====~==::::;========================~ . ...h. tte ·ust drop a Piir.u 0-0-13...0. total 13 a good pass of:fen.se and stopped ~Wfo• regar d Jng • is ma r J '-' a.II o f N e b raska City's · · ~ ~"d i. W.ayne 0-0- 0-7 to.tat 7 com ·Pme note to D o.n N e Ison, W a t son, M "·• ..,.. I . ~ •t Down:s-Per.u 10 W11.yne 6, Penta ties ~~ays. , he can t e 11 y-0u ·aII a b-0u t 1 • . · · Per.u I !or 15 y.al'ds, Wayne- 1 for ·5 Kastner broke the deadlock, when I Anyone wlilo think that we .yards. Passes complete, P.eiru 3 ·Wayne Jin the second period he _took -a 20 tep into 0 . Pa..cses inco.mplete,. P enu 4 Way.ne 4. yard pass from haliba;ck King and t f h h pass t roug .a rog s a g>el ::. · W T h d h · · . . . . ·f 'O can 1 Fu~b!les, Peru 3 ayne 5. ou.c scampere t e remau1'1ng 25 to the beO'mnrng s~nmmmg c1ass, 1 Y .1.1 • • •• to Men who know Style "' Mi D ·as a ee some d owns , Pe ru 2, (by Priefert and Pike) goal !me. Then on the ensuing get past ;ds b avd: c.n, iain S.. Wayne 1 (by Sniit'h). ·~icks for ex- I kick9ft7 tJhe Kittens started a g.o al. and Qualify of the w.om11 e 1vers. . . . . 1r.a point, P er.u 1 (by Ga1nies), Wayne. march that cullmmate'd with the Per.u . 1 (b t o.uc hd own. Aft er ma k.mg a fi rs t If you want to be KAPPA OMICRON PHI. ' .y Kun kl e ) . f 25{) cliffperfectly t fi fitted . in . ___ Officials .Ref., King; Umpire, Long; dow.n on the Nebraska City 40 yard any one o eren ne v1rgm K Ph. had their ( he ad linesman, Stahn. lin.e, Lea hy tossed a pass .t.o Velvuck, woolens - - the color and pattern 0 . _'.9,ppa---'et~rcroMI,I - _, I October 31 w.J-Jich was rtiled complete on the 22 1 you select - ;:. at the price of an r eg.war u"'' mg '<H LUSY • · d" d ade sw"t let t 4 , \ ·k Bliz.beth Sprag.u e gave SECOND STRINGERS ya.rd hne beicau.se of interference or mary rea y-m • • • a o ~ otc . ti '-'k the Histo r" \ RALLY VICTORY wiith the ree€'iver. Then Leahy took I me measure you! I'll come t o your a very m eres ng lll:W on · J , h ffi any tnn· e you f Cl tli ___ \the pass from c.e nter, faded back \ ouse or o ce - ,, 0 · ng . o. I Peru college footb all adherents and threw a hurried toss to Vel vick. say, day or evening. And I'll give were given l'\ g o.00. impresSion of Vel vick j.uggled the ball in m1id-air you satisfaction in every respect wh::it n.ext .year's Bopcats mlig'ht do, 1 then tucked it away and eva.d ed 1 f~ur ~ - or your money returned to you, when the Peru reserves downed T.ark-1 wouJ~ be tacklers to sc.oi·e s1.x pomts every cent of it! America's fore~ . , io's . seconds by a 6 to o score, .Fri- · an:d tied the score al~ 6-6. The try for / most men's tailoring company d av, November 4, on tlie Miss:; u.· ians' point fa iiled. . / backs me up, all the way through. First a nd Second. String Bobcates field. The victory .c arri'es double However, Neb?laska ('rl:tiY s~o.n sco rGive me a ring. Win While Kittens Lose worth fm· Peru, in that Tnkio ex- ed .again .and forged 'into the\ lead, eluded .but six reg.ulars from play. never to he headed. May·nard ,scorIt only tonk eleve.n of coach Gilk·Peru's lineup, while l'i stling m e.n ed the second . tally on an end run. esons Bcbcats t-o tameJ the wildcats at who, for th:e most part, are- potential In the fp.ur~h quarter, Kastner, star w .aiyn'e< last week before .a large '33 var s:ity candidaites, co.nsist en- . Nebraska City 1back, completed the , ;.~~fl-Bii crowd of R ome Ooml€.lrs. An .clLd ~1:1'e \ tirely of second stringers. \ scodng. v,,•ith two more touchd()wns. j wind storm swept across the prairies The Bobcat's seconds outplayed \ . The lineups: and down ovsr th~ w~l~cat's gr\:liro~, T arkb for 59 minutes of the game, Peru .(6) Nebraska City (25) forcing the •aliumm vJSJtors to remam but not .u ntil the last minute of play Velv.ick _, _______ .le D. Sharp in their cars, encirclling t he pllaying .cl id Pe-r.u t a.lly the! six points necess- Grover - -------- It McMu,llen \ fi-€fld, ar.v to avenge last years defeat. D~nn --- - ------ -lg - --·-- Henshaw _.::::;..-------==----~ -..~~~~-----The first half en<led 0-0 with Per-u Web~ playea the major part iin the Rugh ----~------ c -- ~~..,- Arrison MERLE B. BORCHERT in paeses..<ion of the 1hall just two sc o1·{ng play, by taking Andrews pas;; Palmer -------- rg --- ---- Gentry SWANSON'S HALL, PHONE 35 y.ar·ds .short of a touchdown. . for a l5 yard giain and a touchdown. Rawson - ------- rt ----- - -- Rivett "It wias an ill wind that ;lllew noThe re;Serves performed credibtbly . Adams --------- re -------- Srr.ith , bod,y go.od", as the old saying goes, ,1 and .cUsplayed some ji;ood football. Hazqlton ------ qb ----- fl... S'harp · b.ut thus ti.me it -was the wildcats that 1 • IDi.ser ---------·· lh --~--~ Ro.berts it Me w "No ~o5J<l". Late in the , TASTE OF BLOOD Kelso (c). -----·· rh ---------- Kfog thnr.d q.uarter, with the b.a.11 on thA:fr DENIED KIT'flENS Le!llhiy ---------- fb -- Maynard (c) 25 yard line, Wayne attempt.eel to Displaying .a less spirited game Peru Substitfons: punt against that driving wind and thari in last weeks tussle, the Peru Parrio.tt for Leahy; Leahy for the bat! was blown Ol\1t of bounds on Bobidttens went d~wn to their sixth Parriot; Anderson for Dunn. their 8 yar.d li.ne. It was another case str.aight defeat/ a.t the hands of Table Officials: Ref1!ree, Kennedy. Humof "Hold 'Em J.ai3', f'or the Peru elev- Rock, Friday, November 4.. The scor-e boldt; umpire, . Mitohell, Humboldt; en, wit!h Hatcher and Priefert .carry- was 27 o. At no tiime .during thel be~ linesman, Conway, Au.burn. ing tJ:e b:a.Jl s o.o.n convertfld thbse 8 I game did the Prepsters display the ;:;core by quarters:· yards into ~ix points., for the fi~st 1 zip anrd hustle s:o necessary t? win- Nebr.aska City ---- ~ -- 0 13 0 12-25 score of t he g~me. The try for. p crnt , nin g foot.ball eleJvens. . _ , ·. 1 Peru -- -------------- 0 S 0 0- 6 tailed, when Gaines place-kick went T.able Rock was ·the aggressor First D.owns: Nebraska City LO Per.u 8 i' w:ild. from the initial pJ.ay, ·scoring 14 . · ~============================== P er;i's second .to.uchd~wn came .a points in the first q.uarter. · Coach THE RED CROSS-JOIN! · few minutes later when Capt. Hatclh- Edie's Kittens rallied in the second er ilipprai a long angling pass t n Pike·, period, holding P r;eifet:t'11 gridsters T.o the collegt~ of the co.u.ntl'.y the ELECTR~(: SHOE SHOP , , Red Gtross loo.ks for its trained nead- • When you are p 1easant 'Ye are satisfied a nd tire Bobcat end was across the scoreless. In the seC'ond hatlf, Table Rock ershlip. The r.ea~ importarice ()f eng oal line for a secon.d touchdown. . Th.is r o.11·m g co II ege students as members is · :All Work Guaranteed Gain.es' kick f-Or the extra porin.'b was flashfed. a nice pass offensive. per.foct and the Booe~~ Ie<l 13· to l> c.o uple.d with substantii.al gains n:o t merely to obtain memberships /1 Pho.ne 109 J. P. CLARK Phone 109 as the third q.uarter ended. t }lro.ugh the line, enap1eld .them to j from .:imong a p.articular group but With the wind to their backs t.he tally a tou;c'hdown in both the third . to spread <a knowledge. of the .aims of ' -----------~---------__._ _._ _ _ _ _ _ __ vtil<lcats made! a d1;spera.~ attempt and· fo,urthl periods! · the Red Cross and to ar ouse the Uast- : to overcome the Bobcat lead. Cqm- i . The .Peruvians presented somewhat ing int.erest4 of the yon..i.ng men a.n<l , pleting two passe.5, they Soon 1brolu~h~. of :~ F~)UV!jD81t~d lig_e-.µ p for th!e fray. wom:n who ve. so~n to ·bec.~me acHave a few hnmll'fEd pounds ·'9.Etliyered wiith .your coal t he baU down - into Peru terntory Kelso performed at the quiarter post, tots m the p.a·bhc lrfe l)f their .oom1 bi:tt; were ~eked by the Bobcats de- and Lea'hy st~i:ted at a tack~e positio?.- muniUEf>. • fe ns.e. Peru punted the balr and on The Bobkittens are mak!ng t.heir . 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KITTENS INV ADE ,Kappa Delta Pi Ob- ICOLLEGE CHORUS - Discussion Groups Are BOBCATS DOWN VICTORY ZONE I serves N~nalWeek MAKES STRIDESj Sponsored By Y. W. j WESLEYAN 13-7 I National Educat1onb · W e.ek ' .N ovCem- Vocal Group -~ri1'es -j --IOver One Hundred Peru Students Tatmage Finds Itself The First To Compete A_ l:asket of old rose chrysanthems Ac~oinp an i ed The Team Vic-

ber 7 to 12, was o se~ved m onWith Stn.1g Quartet / agamst the deep blue of vd vet cur/ v oca~iOJJ, . W~dnes,day, N.ov . 9. The ___ tains m ade an effective center of in- 1' -.- • 1 meetin g w.as m ch arge of the K appa The c o,llege chorus directed by Mr. ter <:et fo r the ~'· w. meeting W.ednesCoach Glen Gil keso.ns Per.u bobcats Per.u•s Bobkittens entered th~ wm D ~ lt~ Pi, the n ational educa~iond fra- Steck in the words of the direct : r '! d.ay ever:Yi.ng. Distinct intu -sts \\ere handled the highly touted W esleyan c olumn F 1i dav nio-ht by pla~termg 8 tie •t ' ' repre•en ted b th th · · I • "' ' · ·h rm y. "has the best material is makino' ·Y .e ree disctH"SlOn coyotes a 13-7 licking last Friday 47 t o 2 defea t: o n Talmage Htg Ora Ferg usc.n read ,t he scripture ' " · gTO·tlPS around w,hich the m.eetin" I . . . . School. Up for the first tjme t his lesson. Irene Andrews introduced progress flaster, and willl b e• the best I wa~ re:nt~red . " I mg ht m an mterconference nocturnyenr ngainsL opponents of their own tHe speakers. . , [singing organhation ever to re)re''The Philosophy of Life" group al ~ff air on the latter's field at Univwe'.{!ht, the Prepsters flashed an °~F orrest Corn gave .an 'interestiin~ \ sent Peru." · \led bv Miss Gockley found itse lf I ersity Place1. ensll'e that enabled thEm to sc ore m 1t 011 k on ".M eeting tpe Emergenc.y in This group is billed for .8J 1budget Flig+t ly involved when attempting to 'i Capt ain Bob Gibb, Co.yote fleet every quarter .of the game. Ed·.uca t•ion." Eth n' K o.ser ' s .su b:ect prog ram m . January, at w h"1ch time . def·me "C onsrnence . " and 1•t·s part m . , b ac Ic noted •m . Nebraska Coll.e <Te . cirThe first play 'Of the game proved "Ed t• I R n t• " ''Edu. K . . · !if "Wh ,.. Ld d · · . '"- ... h . was ou.ca 10na evcuu !On. • ·Mr. . ettermg, r'ltrector cf vo ~ al music \! L ?., wou y"Ou o 1f. you i cles for his long end runs was to 1 5 p1 to be he feature of t e entire twen- c?.tional Appreciation" was explained !' at Doane College -will 2 p ;: ear .as .had ,just eig·ht hours ·to live?" was : eel t • · d . · ' i~ g. Telvfrk cau g-h: the opening by Eva Kimsey. soloist. There w:m1 be £-OCcerpts from one Qurs ti.o.n .P iscussed. .; p ime an time again by an ·i mkickoff and on a cnss-cro.ss .handled "American Educatio.n Week is the the "Elijah" by Mendelsso.hn, and I "There are three .t ypes and when i penetrable Bobcat forward wall: the baJl to Leahy, w~.o s~rmted 70 only week .o f tl:e .year thla:t the mition nuTTljbers b.y PaLstrina, P. adtcrius, I .you find wh iG.h one yo.u are cl re~s to I In the fir&; quarter We~ Lyan 1.ickyard.~ down the west .s ide hne for the as a whole sets aside for special at- nl)d Cain. suit your perscnaity," was the sug- ed to Po1u., and Hatcher and' p 1iefert opEm ng co.unter. A lati>ral pass to •tentrlon but we can do a gre.at many .A:h, a'h , ah, ah! There is rivalry .g estion of M-iss W eare. The ath let:ic · · '-· h \ went for. three successive first down.s , Le~·~' w.as e~ecuted foi· t e ext.ra th'.ings to make eV'elry week a school . in the musie. dep.ar tment. (Mr. Steck t vp f' 1is known by her stride. She . all to pornt · 111 t.his S'3me quart er, P · ei·u \ appreciation week,'' was the conclud- : wouldn't say much but from what ; should wear t r ilcred sp0rt clothes. but HlB•t c,her's ·f umble gave the b r ecovered. a fumble on the Talma,ge inir remark of Eva Kimsey's talk. we .g~ther, :t.here is in . the offering a i The dramatic type usually .has long Co.y~tes, who we.re forced to kick. 25 -y ar1\ lme. Then Pugh plunged to. 1 T.ble o.rigin .and p.urp·o se of rhe week , small vocal grou·p to run r.acr13 with J hair wl-.ich is wc: rn b ack fr om her Again H atcher and Pni"Clfert started a first down on t.~e 9 _yard line, from wa;-well expl,,.ined hy Forrest Corn. Professor Jindra's string q.uartet. I face, is quiet and calm in meeting 1 .down the fie ld only to b·. e halted by whe re Kelso c.art11;,d 1t acr?ss. Kels 1> '. It i.s only right that some special Vo.caa Chamber .Music (fa there such every situ.ii.tio.n. She we ,, rs hea vy, 1 fumi.bling diue to slick ball and cold pLu.n g ed for the try for pomt. L ate attention be given t6 such a wee1k. by music ), anywa.y that 'is w.hlat Mr. ! rich materia ls and striking colors. h d . h d V l . _, I .•an s. m t e secon quarter, e v1ck maue :Qhe students of Pe:nu. for the m'ljor Steck says he is preparing for a The ingenue is usu.ally a blond and a .bea utiful running catch of Leahy's part of .t hem wiU- so.on be teaching. small group O'f tjhe b.est s'ingers on shoul<l WE!ar fluffy, flims y m oter~he second canto found Hatcher 25 y ard p.ass, carrying it to the 5 Much beniErllit has come of focus -ing the campus. However, there is .one ; ials with. m an y r.uffle8.· The delicate going thr.o ugh ri g ht tackle for a 30 yard liine• In tlwo tries Leahy crash- , the public's .attention on the sohiords restriction. These fingers .ar ei chrsen 11 tints ore becoming to her. Mary .yard g ain, bu,t .again Priefut lost the erl center f 0r a touchtlown. ! o:J! the na:'t.i.o n. Not only have the fr0m only the Freshman and S-op,h o- Stonffer rep resented t he f;rst type, 1 hall and Wesleyan rec d Tl' . d th . • . . h l l . overe . ..e T a Image ta II te e'1r ,wo p0mt;; •n s chools developed but the pt~blic has more cfasses, t ose se ected p anmng Virg.i nia Milstoaid, Naomi Pierce and M th d" t k . k 0 IS s IC ed after thre a' trmpts . . ..... _ b d I · · e h t is same qu,art.er wu::o::n a a pa~s , become vitally interested in the edu- to remam at Peru for enitire four P hillis Papez the oE'C ond a '1.d Vera : . - ' from Per.u's center went over Pug h's cationi?ll program of its schools . .year co,urse. "By then," to quote Mr. 1 S.huei en he.rg the third. Gii h modeled i at the Peru lme, and thei Bobcats head, · who. was downed behind hds T.hroug h that intler<1>t, the.r.e has been j Ste·ck, :•we s"ha.U have ·an organi za~i.o.n ' appropriate dr.e sses for vari01US occa ! ton.k the 1ball ·on the'.r own 30 yard o wn gocl lme. : a steady growth in ediucational sys- i that will .not m a.ke pe·o ple merely ~1t . sions. i marker. Hatcher, Miller .and PrieIn the second half, Peru recovered terns. j up and take notice, but one that wall In the personality group Miss lfr r- fert, lugged the ball 65 .yar.ds to the a Talmage fumble o.n the opening ( 1 cause them to scale thle roofs of • vey .spok e of how the perrnndity of 1 Wesleyan 5y.?r::I stl'ipe and Hatcher \ti.ck of f. With the ball restinti ·on BA.RSLTERS TEAM \ their hous.e s and shout 'it to the 1 modern woman I-as ch.<:1 ng-e.d from c ro~sed thd goal Hne un to,uched for Talmage's 25 y.a rd line, l .eahy again HIT PIN CHAMPS \ wor1d." . \ that of the one in ~he past. \ tbe firs t . <:COl'eo. Gaines kicked th.e passed t o Velvick, who s~ored standI Mr. Steck will speak before the • A ,·ii::ilin 5010 b y Jane Sn yde r oc- · extra pomt to make it 7-0. ing .up. Later Razelto.n added an- \ Darting Follows a Close Second "Women's Me.ntal Culture Club" of ! c<'m!J" nie rl b y M. ari." n Diller was We:-leya n· kic ked to M iller who reoiher six points, wJien he plunged 5 Aub.urn Thursday.. ) pla,yed. Edna Ma~ · strick read a se- turned, 33 yard.s, b.ut the Bobca tS" y.ards for another t.ouchdown. By their second consecutive victory, i Mr. -~teck, Mr..J.rndra and Mr, Pen- 1 lection b.v Bn1ce Ba·rton,. ''Two Seas," punted a~d the w ·aldorf men returnAt tr.le start o.f the fourth quart.er, Ba rstler's hit pin ball toam gained 1 ford °"'''ll ap~ear m concert eefore the I for devotionals. e_d the J<1ck to the Bobc ats 5 .yard Per.u star ted a sustained drive down ; the college champ.ionsh·ip, November i ~a~son schools November ~ 7. _A I hnd. Peru was pen alized to th.:· one the fiel d. The drive culminat.ed "into : 4. s1m1lar engagement at Stella is still NEW TICKET OFFICE y.ard marker .a.nd Miller kic ked out an other tally when Leahy .again hit Velma Barstler's team defeaited :its I unsettled. T,here are als-o enga ge- 1 to the 30 yard line. , Gibb an<l Trott , IS COMPLETED m ad . a firstl down for · the Meththie line fer 7' yards and a to.uchdow.n. / opponents c aptained by Virginia Ma- ' men t s f or th ose .a r:ti.st · s at Aubu '. r n I . e 1t Ag ain Pugh plunged for t he point. thle 48 15 November 3 Altho,ugh 1 November 20, and at Neb1:1aska City, I • od1sts on the Per.u 10 .yard line and a · , Qws, - • · ,N b '\ Construction work Done by Manual · 27 The last counter of threi game cam.e as j the te:ams seemed well matched •at : ovem er · Arts Department pa~s from Trott to Gibb netted six a resuJt of anot her Leahy-Velvick I first, the Barstler's soon manilested I . points. Johnson kicked go nl t o tie .lk ' \ DEC. 2 SET FOR pass good for 40 yar~. \ muc"h more accurate team w,or as At last our ticket office is nearing the , g am e- ~t 7 a 11 . as th~ h a lf en d e d . The line-up: well as greater kicking force. . ALL-COLLEGE PLAY completio n . Only one more coat of In thd. third pencd, Wesleyan ele: tPer.u (47) Talmage (2) \ More intense w~s the contest be- ! \ paint and it will be ready for use. ed to kt.ck. Both te~ms exchanged Ve!Vlick LE Co.nger \ tween ~.eryl Dartmg's and Vel~a ' Unusual· Theme is Carried out in 1 This .uniq.ue, useful .ad<lition .\is a p.unts with Peru again fum bling. the Dunne LT ~remer I Barstle~ s ~earns. . ~t ,th~ end o: the "Berkeley Squares" product of thle Carpentr.y Cl2ss, u nder ball. But the Bc-~bcats paws. got Palmer LG Fle1schmen ; second mnmg Dar,mg s. -hiad mad:! onthe supn·visi on of Professor Lind- war~ed ,u_p and Ml lier and Priefert Redfern C Walker ly tw.o scores. They ralhed and forc£d "-Real tirr:e is nothing but an idea I strom of the Irudustrial Ed.u.cation de- earned the b.all 65 y ar.ds to the Coy. RG A · Breme1· ~h eir opponents <Xf. .bat .at the m . th e mm . d o f Go d,, W"th ote 15 yard line in Ad.ams . . o,ut . . 1 a d.tary p ?rtment. . . three plays · The RT Grundman end of the tlrird lnnmg with only two ; f t h k t The sc·hool h as long been handicapote 15 .ya4d , h ne m three plays · The Rawson . . or •a passp-or can one go .ac wo ,, . tt RE" Brehm runs for t· h e mnmg. , h " _ _, d 1· th 11·"e f h1"s ped by the fact lhhiat there have never next play saw Cann· o n Ball" Hatcher P a rrLO . , d f° uns un~· r. •c• .y ears an ~ve e i ; o "' h . 1 QB Arrends (c) Darting s P aye.rs ma .e ive r · grandfi'.1.ther? "There is magic in th.e beien .aclequate facilities at the dis- cross t e goal !me for the last Peru K - 1 so (c) w · · · · · · Pugh LH Drewel dur.mg t h e four th mnmg and p resent- theme · A good love story-a first posal of those s611ing "Or taking tick-, t f-1 ILY· G ames try for pomt went a Hazelton RH C. Fleishman ! ed .a more tJireatening .aspect. B~~~!~ rate c~medy." so speaks 'The Wo rld". ets at the football g.ames. This ~Sek- li.ttle widet and the sco.re remained Lea~ FB Stockton leir's team w.a~ now only tw-0 p And so will all !those who se.e "Berke- et offlice is much to. be appreciated 1.3-'7. ( Continued on page fo.ur.} ahead. . . .,_ e ley Squar <I' to be presented b.y the ib.y not 9nly th!e J:>.udg,et committee, A.g ain in the fourth qu-arter, th.e - ---Spurred o.n by determmat10n t1 .d college December 2 but by ttie stu.dent bod.y as a whole. Per.u ra.iders advanced. the ball to the · ht t•tmes aro,un · Barstlers race d e1g h / It is the love story· of a present. day Professor Lindstrom and his class W es1e,y.an 3 yard s t ripe, w h ere a 1 Their opponents w en b 1· .,_,, th fumble cost them a chancet to score. th e b a~.es " · ' American who is unceremoniously are to e co:mp 1menl<t'U on e -eirecbroug.hit IU.P to bat, i;nade two scores. ihnist into the bewigged and powder.. tion .of this u.se.ful accessory. It was GLblb, Coffman, .and Speare were the \.A. The next three1 DS:tmg players were 'ed life o.f Eig hteenth Century Lcnd" n, bWlt mostly -Of scrap matriad,, thus at best betls for the Wesleyan eleven fonned and so demed the victory. d E 1· h . I ho has been a very minimum c.ost. It, is estimated The ball lugg:ing of Honwtr Hatcher, Th L -"Ill b l ed b the an an ng IS gar' w M"ll d P · f rt i· Fold e ~st game w11 e p ay y Al-1 dead more .t han a hu·ndred years be· that thel ent.i re c·ost is .approximately •1 er an . rte e was o,u.tstanclll.ng l\fem'"~:!rs o f The Mascul'ine two losing teams, November 7. . . h twenty dollars. Th!is is very smaU in for Peru, while the- whole Babcat& . h.ip is . not n ow fore his b1rW.. h P re d om1·nate t h "O.ug;;h th. e c hta mp1ons b k b k . t consideration of its appearance and l'i.ne stoppe d th ~ Co.yote.a t.r.om .g ai n.i ng cessible to eithea- team an exciting Peter Ste.n-dis goes ac ' ac m .0 orily th~e first downs. ''k n" time ac h· to 's place but he finds his value to. :ti.he schodl. , Everyb ody r eported a ee. battle will probably b.e fought for sec- IS ances r . h. -----Line •UP M>llege d'ance in the big gym d 1 L life complicated. Helen wms is Pei·u at the ..,_, on p ac-e . LcU • t ""'>_"'>_<:::>_<::::>_«::>~~ Wesleyan 1 J.ast S a t.ur da.y night-slips don't count. Th last g ame of the tournament heart instead of her wor y sis er I Carmichel L E Smith Av ery H all conducted a g.ood orch.e I . ed November 7 to decide Kate whom the diary says he should ~ CALENDAR. ~ Pate LT J.o hnson est r a c onsisting of Virginia H all at :~~c~ ~:am showld wrin second place love. Despite. its fa~tastic theme 'tu.es Nov 15-cMme ~avianPaek L G Bridges the piano; Moras Shubert., sax aphone ; Mathew's team gaveJ D.arting,'s a fight the p,lay has it.s co.m1cal m oments. l/'i . . Punc.hes C Speare Bowen, f th I d '- t a.t the close, D.ar- Peters mod.ern Americ an slan g cre:p - ( 9.·50 a. m. W. A. A. and P. club Tolly R G Co.Uman Gera Gr a h a m '· drum '· Chester •t Loyd or e ea , ,.,.u . h. t .d l . I versat1on cornet. Char les Pierce, g.ut ar ; ting's team held the supremacy by a rnto IS s ai co oma con w d Nov 16-7 8 Y M Y W· · Dasher Ri T De Verts p t et. f 34-18 and he often forgets and t alks of the e . . . . Pike R E Morehouse erry, rump t f the dance score o . b·1· f t though it were past-it is ' . . A. ~ An interestin g f e a u r e 0 • Because of the'ir outstanding a 1 1• u .ure as Thurs. N.ov. 17-8 Dramatic Prie.fert Q B Hawkfo.s ft r JDterh· was t he boy's t ag .dance a e 1 ty thJe f'oJlowing were chosen for the to im. , Cllljb. Mliller L H Sayler mission. The bo.y s b ad to do some "t hit pin ball team:Ber.y•l DartThe aim of .all plays o.f. today 5 7-9 Fr.e shmen Clubs. ~ ,.. aines RH Trott vars1 Y ,. . t t t passions .but u> fast stepping. xt i ng Virginia Mathews, Velma Barst- stage IS no ho po~ r~ erciise of ~ Fri. Nov. 18-H. S. Football a~ Hait.Cher F B (1'i.bb Everybody i.<> anxiou s fo r the ne •Nadine Andr.ews, G race Rowlison, to achieve, ~ ro,ug t. e ex Sterling. Q.f1licals: Refereiei,, Johnson, Nebr.; dan ce to r oll aro.a.nd, and somebody ler, . Har s:ter, Carm~Ia Brogna, in.genu·i ty, either sentiment or fan,, ll Hastings--O a y game. () ' Umpire, Browne, Nebr.. Head Liness aid that be hoped t h.ere wOIUld b e as Lucille B p rd. Eldora M'clninch, ta.sy or charm. "Ber~eiy Sq~are~ ~ man, T. C. Yo.u ng, Jilastings. as tbe:re w as :t;his Sat- Lenora erna reaches all three, see it and enJO.y it. ~~"'>-~~ ' good a moon I Hele.n Davey. nrda.y Digbt. l

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"T.he work do ~ • Js worrymg a#OOl.t tt' -..- ..., ... ..,..-..--..--..-.., W:hat makes .an ho~ resemble two Is worrying about it. Froin- the 1932-1933 Nebraska Ed- The time goes mighty .slowly ~hen ucational Dire ctory. You sit and sigh and SJgh again, AJlia•n c'e High School r ecords show And think of w.o:rk ahe~ and th'en ' · lli'hat Miss B. Bremzer, .'05, ts the Keep worrying a b out it. . . h . 'h!ig'h .School instructor Just b""'kle up and , buckle mh1g est p.au . , . · L •t· """ . i• • f and h'lls had c·harge of the 8 1 ~ Quit worrying about it. . uu:e ,e; 1 ears She 11 ff"iridepartment for e e v en Y • work, .not worry, y-0.u 1 W1 w.as chosen by Presiden'tt Pa-te QLrit worrying about it. he was the Superintendent of Sc 0 s A task is eiasy once h'egun; in Alliance. It has its labor and its fun. So gr.ab . a:hoJd •&nd do it;, BQnQ:uit w.orry:ing abou t 'it. In Alinia. Hlgh sdioo.l, siipe~inten­ Gu.ardiari :deni R.. H. Rendec.fcer t he class of '11 · .htas hela thart; po~'it.ion for fourte:n ye'lirs. R-eports which come . TAXI AND TRANSFER . back! spea:k most favor.ably t>f his SE!H .ices in Peru. ·a nd rrolli Atfworth . as superintendent. b.urn. N.e-bras.ka Citw and othe r .to.wns.

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That Dr. G. Smith must leave his work in Peru to take a much Christmas Gifts are begfonting C. C. Thompson, '31, is serving his needed rest is regret t:e d by all htis sllt.lidents and those, wh.o in any way 1 ~ , I/ to arrive. Do your shopping seventh ,y'81ar ..of superinteru:l.enc.y come rin contact w.itJi him. . rV in early. Let us hold thJe gift of Arcadi~, Nebraska . • . '} never h!lld a te:acher :tiha~ I b~~ome so attached to in so .short .a i 0 your choosi ng for you. time was tihe remark of one girl wliich undoubtedly . expresses the sent1- , ~<:::>-<:::::>~<0- "1: · It .i s -as important .t o know In tjhe Science Department .at! Ashment of man,y. · · where to ,buy as what to b.ur-. aland, Walter Keltenborn, '2_ 8, is now Dr. Sinit h's magnetic per~on a i:ty,, his tho.ught:liulness ,of others, his in-' KODAK CLUB in his second year of service. it eresti?g pre:;eu~tatlio.n of class ~ate~ial-~l,l. 2~nt~?ute to ~the desire of Peruvians that he will soon regam his health .and , resume his place among , us. Every member of the club is C. C. Melton .o f tJb.e cilass.. of '27. is t aki ng a keen interest in it th.is teaching manu.aa train1ing ~ Ashland. It ·has been said, "If .yo.u would grow, each diay converse with so.me year. At the Noveniber 3 me.e ting (Where 'your money buys more) .... ·one gre8'tier .t han yourself." elec.tio.n of o.fficers was held at Sup-etrin.te-n.d·ent J. A. Jimerson, '14, "But .you can't here. People in Peru are 'j.ust folks' . Yes, bultj don't which Merle Borche~t w.as una~i- ha.s occupied h\is present posit.ii.on i n \ - - ~­ forg,et that t.he "Just folks" of .t he work! are filled with tal ented one ~ . So m c\usly elected president; Cather-me Auburn for seven years. He had a in Peru .you may be living next d.oor to an artist on the violin or cell.~ Lima, vice-president; and D.orothy ver.y successful c.areer, anrl r.anks as ;· Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Re(There a re such) or perhap:o the hero of ;a high sch.o.ol play; ma.yhap you ~ Jenni ng: , secreta1y·treasu.rer. Harold one of thie ve:,y st.rongest superintenpafri.ng, Hats Cleaned, Bfock. have .a w11iter of stories or a p·oet, who h as found favor with the pubtish- \ Fi£her as chairman .of the pro- denb:i of Nebraska. Peru Ckan!!!rs 4 , Tai}:;;.,- ,. er, ri g ht .under the same ro:of with you. The associations yo.u ~ake each .gr am c ommit,tee and Lo'is and Louis~ Ralph Higgins, '27, ha'> served th~ re \ i A. CEJKA. . Prop. da,y with .your in"Etru cltlors open untold. opportunities for you to reach your Meieir, Martin Ba.usch, and Raymond si.x .y ears as athletic colich and ma.mi- ·\ Phone 62 superiars. Bu.t if yo u feel ,you do not reach the l:.eig hh; you d.esire in Coe .as h~s co-workers. A list 'O f top- al-trainli.ng instr.u.c tor. :;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; your surrouruding fcal o.wmen fo rget not, the wI".:ters o'f .books' through which · ics for disousdon \in the following Roxy McGreiw, •o3, is :W"ile head of :: you c.a n converse with the great of .all past ages. There are untold opp- meetings is being prepar.e d. After the mathema.' ics a·e partment. This is · ortirnitties for grow.th arou.nd you each day if yoo will only receive the..rri the bousiness meeting e a ch member ·h er twe.nty-ttihird year there. J. E. FORSYTH, · when offered. e,Xpiained his o.wn particular kodak, Ruth Shelleiy, '32, is serving her Hardware, Plumbing, Heating · . and Mr. Ha.ywa1,d, the club's f.acult.y first year as music supervisor. . For the firs~ t1m_.e1. Peru is. having a "~ads' Day". Among all lar.g er · advisor, snowed two reels of f.ilm. _ __ Electrical Supplie"s · ~olleges an:d .umv~rs1t1es we find a da! given over to our Dads so why not .on Nove~b.er 1.0, after a _.short I At .A,yr,. Nebr., Neal S. Trabert, ·29. m Peru. The Dads of Pe;ruvfans are Just; as impA:>r'ta nt to .us as Dads of b.usmess . i;ieetmg, th~ club c.oscus- ; is Superilllt.edent. 1 ~----------------------.....:.. ,any other studemt ' body and are malting just as much sacrifice h oldina , sed the subject ·of how to take good, I just as high hopes and exhibiting just as much prid'e in fl.l.s as a~e othe; · cle.ar pictu.ree. Cathuine Lima 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Service wibh. a Smi.l e fathers who . have set as.ide for them a <la,y. Therefore, it S€1ems a mark sp.oke on ''.La!1dscapes." Plans were in Peru's ~avor that her sons have wished 1x> thus show filial gratrituid.e to m ade to investigate the matter . cf Sunday servioes, N ovemb!'r 20: RIGHT-A-WAY their Dads. We welcome them to .our campus, I developing films, and to .pre>p.are the \ 10:00 a. m. church schio.d, followed Shoe Shop =========-=======~~~;::;== · =;==;=========== ; apparatus. by the regular mo ming worship at like tbis impr'ovement and take ad- / a. m. · v.arilt.aga of it. , PERSONALITY CLUB 6:30 p, m. Ch~ stian ~nd~avor. On Thursday evening the Person-/ . 7:30 p. ·m. umon serVJce m the MeH' t · · . . . thiodist church. ~"""-~~<::::::.-.~..::;;:::: is or1ca.l events between 1789 and ahty Club met m the Tr.amer.s Build- . ''Th . ,, 4. E. JOHNSON, D. D . s. . , 1812 was the theme o;f .t he picture .in:~ .for .a .bus iness and s.o aial meetir.g. e {r~enrlly Churc~: . , F·o ot.baJI careers hE!gin ea"'ly i"n the h . . Miss Fhn.n told of- the .history of the o1en Dunton, M1ruster. X-R.A Y SERVICE _f" "'l s ow given b.y the sixth grade his· ~er.u train-ing school. The first and tory 1 Th b · club. Then the constitution was read. PHONE 36 BAPTIST CHURCH . c ass: e oys made and paint- Th'e Clu.b plans to make the next se. .: cond grade b.oys h a ve organized ed m the 1r l t · · · . manu.a r.ammg c.lassi a meeting .a gala Christmas partv .. i to teams nd l · h b Services, Sunday, November 20, are . ·: " .a ar.e e·arrung t e ox for the show. The ginls made. Elizabeth Bartling }111d. ch· rge of the as f,dllows: ~ ements of ,footb.a1l. Th ree or f <>u.r th e cur ta·ms and drew the pictures prog ram w h ic h .uniiq·u ely represented 9: 45 a. m. church sC'llOOl. t~u.c.hdowns are .made each recess. Iantha Dunton wr.ote speeches to ex- the devel?pment .of personality th~u' ll.OO a. m. morning worship. SerThe n~les have had to be som~what plain !fh.e -different illustrations. Every .use o~ lets.ure it1me. Helen Claire i mon.; "Th.e church on trial." changed tp fit the children's abil- ?upil had ,.a share in the) program as Mullen an~ Dorothy . Pa.rker gave a 1·Music b.y the choir. it ies. However, the b.o.y s are learn- j 1t was worked on . thrc.ughout the ~og dan~e, Rachel ~~ers .a nd Elea~or 6:30 p. m. junlior study, also .you.ag ihg to suffer. skinned nosEs and bruds- quarter. At the conclUEion all s ang .Vay ;a~ g.a~"e r.eadm~s; and Lucille people's discussion group. AN·D . the Star Spangled Banner. This sr n gan aton of •.ered . a piano solo. 7:·30 p. m. everting •llilion .,.,...v1"c.e 1··..1 eld knees. Also, each team is learning h ~.,. ' was c osen a~ ,i t origlinated 'in the the Meth'.odist church. PHYSICIANto tackle its o.pponents instead of the · 1hembers of its own t,eam.. permd repr.e sented by the i: how. 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nomics Department q.uite busy. 'They F a :vo rs F or Ne br . \Vomens' F:d uC<l- , art. Dr. Hill of Manhatta n Ka ns as tion, a discusEion .of .jllustrat ed books al h tional Luncheon Made b y F irt h '. . for chil.dren by Miss Ruf 11n Omah.a s.o,, a v e been cond.ucting an inter. t i G tf 1 st at ed ti:.a t one of 1ihe cbtef a1m3 of ·· an d 8 1x 1 ra es estn g st ud.y of fabr ics, and in c r nnect e aching dramat ics was to train a ud- libr.arian ang a demonst ration of

t ion with\ this, the care and life of t he In the Training School the art is ie~ces fo r t h e tJleater. He discussed batik met hods by some students from . d te ti t' d d · h h the .Municip al Unive r~ ity of Om ah :i . d b h as el:!n ISc urne ex n- being . supervised in thie. f irst si'x 1 le me .1io s use m t e teac ing of An origina l J avrms e Q tik w as t h own. _ the subj.ct of Transcendentalism?" ~-arment g.i:aides. . dram atics at Manhatt an. H e men:t.icnAn into-national art exhibit .o f t he Marge: "Should I look that word s1vely. W hile the advanced classes h ave "We w owld like ver y .much to h ave J ed that t h e c·ollege i p eech. d ep r t ment work of high school stu.dents w as un up under the letter "T" in t}le card been ir. tere ted in t h e above -a : t ivitie' , a junior. a.nd sendor ~}gh .i;irt c.lass in 1t here h ad prep.ared a list of plays clis~ay at t h e J oslyn Memorial Art cat.alog.ue?" the big h school g irl.s h ave b ee n m ak-' j t he ~~amm g . School: s aid Miss P a- 1suitlapl e fo r childr e n m ost of which. Mus eum. Th.e wor k of Etude nts of , . C . .f . . , pez, . .J rnt .t l\ls fa·r 1~ has n ot been h d 1,. l E e nnd Ame1·i· ...,n 't Mildre.d J odry· "C I·,, . ll1g hrist mas 1n t s,, consisting of 'bl ·" urop an <.: <. c1 1 a . •1t tle ·o r no r o,y alty. This list severa · ou" ,y 0iu. see my ~ · .. . · · · . . ' ,. .p os si ~· ies wmi shown. Jn one of t he m ain heart be~". mv · - handker ch1e.fs, scarves,. and pl.ani.ies: Th.e Art course of ~tudy . . , a n exhJibit- of wa~ers colors <>-•· when I was up ther e ,,. " · is "'.>jvided' can be obt r.dned by addr~~ing the galledes 1 , \ng my r eport?" Joining in• t h e s~irit of the 't;rue Ee11m- iri·t;~·-·seve~ ph ase~'. namelv, .~epresen-· speech de~artment and asking f.o r by Geor ge Kimbail w as ben1g- -h eld,, D'Ori.s Jacka: "No, but I saw yo.ur stress are the :filfth g r ade girls, who tat1~n, . color , ~~Hgn, ·n lette1 i.ng a~d the 4-H hst of plays <and enclosing There s eem ed t-0 be a l arger .attend. ,, .are making d oUI clothes. Thull '"In- posers,. llarl'lative 1· . u~tratio n, 111 - thizteen cents in ~ tamps ance at the Peru lunchec n in Omaha ~l;Upped teeth. w~en . . .. a r..!•:s, ..and art . of , the · University th an .at t.1' .e Lincoln d inner.... •:•"..r~ .. •.· • _ _ y.ou sat .down._ i 1dustr.y ,, r eig ns sup·r em'e ov.e r' ·t he· dust 'I"-·ri24l t"h ,.., · , d.i>,ppt .. eci ati o.n.. . Prof essor Beat tie -· n e primar y g ra ~s o.ur specific · d 1l .. • Saturday I ret u?ned t o Lincoln t o Dr. l\fax well: "Mr. Wheatley, where Department. aims are t o cuit iv ate close ob ser va- nt1usicft epar ll1€n • s atd that ed u cation . ' · :' .· ., . · :: · ~ , .. . oo o en ov u worke d cert arl n h h bi ·s at tend the Univerdty .of Nebraska tion ; t.o encourage md1vidual exand t h at e;i uc at· . t' and Kans.as A g.gi'ts game· • .• , ... • ,·:::i\'. y<W absent or t ardy k st .Monday?" .. , , . . . . 41 . 10na1 nnov a 10ns were .... _. , , ~1 essw n; td let the pupil express by too ofl:~n mer e fads H 'JI , tr t d Joh n: "No, I , was late." . It t t ' k . d . , . e t u.: a e · "I do not-expect ,you to ·a g ree with · I c·s ra ion wor , an un e 7s ' an rl~mg of this by menti·on· · . l 1·deas once · h' ·· ·· · m g seve1a I_,,.me, b.ut if I make you.. think I . h a v~ 11s relation to the h~me and his com- Ip opuJ.ar in ge d 1 t t.. • mu nit • . .. ·r " . n I a e.acrnng as t he do ne .you a s ervice". ·· · . · Steck:. "Is ;the 'Indian Love Call' a Y. . • , te•tmg movement", the " ro ·ect Hi:thbard on J . popular or cla~sical piece ~" If Specrna stress is given , . · . all w r rk method" and the now popu 1arp ·'umt or neat.nE' J Ss and orderhneos. The pla n" Jn the m · f . Id· h f 1 . '·. . , · us c iet e ads he Kilp atrick: "It may have bee.:i p cpsubJect m.atter .fo r these g rades ta kes wer e t'-c.e "l'1st c mng · ular t.o the Indians._ __ __ _·__,, . . .· sp·oke about · to T HE MARDIS STORE \ m t o c cnq d.eremon, work and play m r e·ords " "lin<trum~nt l" " h · ,, . •. . • , • · ~ f. , c O il' and Qua lit y Goods,.Prompt . Service the '.~ome, th.<! school, and ~he com- the "contest." H e s aid that all had /;-n,y one wishing extra lar ge packmunnt,y. so.me good f e atures l:n t tr a t noize Low Prices ) In the g r ades three and fou.r, o.ur sl-.ouJd· t ake the w hole t • ~:es deliv ered to t h.e d.orm free of · . . . · . ime o f a m uu" ckar ge, just hav~ t~em a<).dressed t o specif1c alm s are to devel · p a::i:r r ecia- co.u1'Se. ·· -, Tha nk You E lizabeth BaTtlling. It will . c.e rt ainti'on of beauty, to encour:irre indivi d.uProfessor R ut h R d f h - - - - - - -· ! ., .,, . · aym on • o t e ly bei l\a.nd y t h.€€e cold days not. to al expres~non . to. drcivel op m aster y of a rl;j dep artmie nt of th U · · · . . ' ./ e m ver 2it y o~ , have 't.o. walk down town . el.~ mentary m.ed11ums, ap pr eciation of Min nesot a discussed ~ rt t ea chdng in color an.d -good f.or m, n eat n ess a nd relation to t he present economic and Get a Hot Lunch observation. E ach cMld is t aug.h!t in sr cial mtr a tion. . P?-ofessor Ka hn has been known to After That Game such a. _way. t o give h~1~ m ore c onf i- About .q 1re12• hundred ):.e rsons a·. tendma ke t he s tatement t hat t he week1 dence1 m hJs ow.n .ability to cr eate, e d the m eeting J t d id n n"' d · · ends in Peru were enoug h ~ d.r;i ve a . ,. . • . • • . "'" a JO Ur I I) 'I EAT SHOP and man to m. .r r iage; €V'<l11 himse.;lf. Well, · to m ake Th him f. amiha'r ~nth! fm.e !lime ?nd ~.o m a n.y. of us we re u nn..bl e Phone 63. Deliveries at 10 p. m. pict ur es. . e .Indian. as a desig ner to g·!Et into t h e al e a.d.y crowded g ;illwell, we W10nde:r.ed if we were the and craftsm a n is studied. er y at M oJ·ilJ H :?.31 .vhere t he Art only on es that got the hl.ues aro.und The fifth .and s.i xth g r ade pupils , SeC!t ion meeting w.as bei n, t .J here. t.. g I! E ld . b F oo\ b•:l!U will cease t o be kin\ on are etter a le to represe~t .for m Rat h.er t han rem a in one of tfrei thirt.y - -- -·--· more accur~tel~ bec ause their powe.r 0 or forty p e rsons cr owded r r oun cl the KINGS BARBER Reg arding tn.e Peru.-Luncheon .at P eru's Campus after the last Home of ·observat10n is keener. Thiey have do.ors attem9ting to he 2 1-,, I took t he KeaT.n.ey d uring the State Tea chers Your P at r on age Appreciated . . . • an. incr ea<ed joy in cr eative w crk, and tjme looking a t t he art wor k of t.he ! Associ4f,inn, t.lhe wd te·IUJJ was in last G ame wJfh Hastnngs, F)'1day, N ovem ii' · t' f b · · t d t.s J w~k' s i.ssue .b ut foe. names were ! . · a m er appr e c1a 10n c '. eauty 111 p ie- s u en art.d t he fac ulty of tha UniHair Cuts Are Now 25 cents omitted. Tbey are as folb ws: \ ber 18 , .and .. final Confer ence t ll!es. a.nd It is _ i n these \ which was on d isplay .in t he I U nder Barnes P ha rmacy J . Evan H utch ins, S.upt. ~chools, 1, · \ grades ·tha~ special st r ess 1s p.ut on \ bmld mg. \ Overton _ \ Game with K;€ 1arn-ey, November 25·, at t h e study of perspective and .aJso Th er e were m a ny faouJty m embers G. 0 . Kelly '17 Supt. Schools, Ma -' ison upon p oster wor k . and form er students at th e Peru din- \ -.==~============ Otto K u ce ra, '25 Supt... Schools, Ke·a rney. Th e Date N ovember 18 is There .i s a corre'laJtion .of the vari-. ner . he ld. Thuniclay ni., .rrht. , Rockv ille ous subj.e cts of t he curriculum and As there were no meeting <at LinMEALS. LUNCHES Cl arence C. T homp son '31 Supt . of do.ub le imp ort ance· in tha.t it is aJso the seasons of th~ ye ar. The fifth coin on Frid ay in wh.ich I was p artie- ' Soda Fount ain Service Schools, Ar cadfa Dad's Day. P.Jll d f j/ and s:ixth grades jus~ c_ompleted .mak- ula rly interested, I went t o Oma. h a to j P rop. D. D. Ke efer Millard Beul, '26 Supt. Ord · ads are,.gues~ 0 ing cover ed wagons which were u sed atte nd the arb secti ons t here. T he

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F ormer De an P•ER U BOASTS OF D.uring tl-e S t at e Teache1r's Assoco.f worn.en at Peru, L atin, S. T . C., NEW RADIO CLUB iation at Omah a the N e bl'aska W oKearney _ - -men's Educ ational Club of Dis:kict ', . Veda Anderson, ' 26 K:i ndergarten, A group of st ud¥ants inter est ed in T wo met at the K. C. Hall f.o r l1.1nch • • • Loup Cit¥ r adio m et recently and organized a eon. T he Pres ide nt, Miss Mar i'C ' F aulAnna Donner '29 Libr arian , Grand radio c1ub. rt, is p la nned t h!at pieet- 1 ha,l>er , of .P eru ca lled .t1he mealing t o , .. Island. ing s he h1~1ld the second an<l fo.urth . ·o rde r. MISs fr.acson af Omah a g ave VeryJ (Weaver) Ca.mdr on '29 Eng. Th ursday o.f each mont h in t h e Man- an address of welco.me which was . .. 4'' and Latfo, Overton · . . rePpo.nded- to by Mliss Gr ace Peter son .ual A rts rooms of the Tr am m g Echool f p M H 11 f 0 h · Helen Williams, '26 S: S. Jr. H ig h, . . . o er u. r s. u o m a a gave i Overt;n I bmldm g . . an !inter esting t1•lk on t he J oslyn ' Berniece Mmer '30 2nd Bf!d 3r.d., Under :t.he .direct sp onors·hlip .of Mr . Memorial. Miss Esther Clark gave .a ,. ' Overton Li nds trom, the bqys · a r e p lanning ·t o. tribuitte• to late S upreintenident of Om• I Ellen Ubb.en '28 7th, a nd Eth. grade, b.u1.1u.,, s.ome s h o rt wave . · .. .: ets lilllh a schools, Mr. Beveridge. She also r ecei vvng s d . . l Paxton • j r e a -a n on g ma poem.· Harold R McCrignt, '30,Chem . and w,h ich w ill be cap.able of bringing in A .uniq ue fe at u.re of the lunch eo n Math. Bligh School, Broken Bow v arious p rog r am s ~rom all p~~ts of /were t he t.able decor.at ionS' wh ich OUo Oake~ '28 Science, Asst. Prin., tihle w orld. Long dist ance rad~o com-/ came from P er u. These consist ed of Kearn~y .mu.ntlc.ation is p oss ible .on~! t h r .u t~e !sp rays of bitteTsweet and .nut cups , S t S ti use o.f t hle1 short wave r aduo., and this represen": ng co~red w ag ons. The M . .E. Bore~ 25, u p ., argen ' .... 1 1 ... R. A. Sch.rhrne~ ~3(} fndu.str aL1 E)duc- par Qc.u' ar ~'lnd is giv.e n over exc us - 1wag ons we re m ade :b y the Art De.( Kearney ively to internat ion.al c~mmuni~ation Ip artmel!1/t; oJ Per.u u nder t he su p er- ; . . . a nd local a mateur expenmentat'ion as · · f M. • p = ht t eac h ers ' Raymond! W . Trenholm '30 M.uSJc, · . • · v1s10n o iss .ap ez. ..c:.ag well as for p· o hc:e bulleUns. Tihie m.em .c p t '.l.rom e· n u. were presen .at th'~s 1unc h Cozad hers of the class expect t o spemd s.ome · . . eon. time Jisten<rn g to po1ice ·calls for, due · w. A. A. Begins Basket.ball to the neiarness of t'b.e sending st ations, ·l it will be p~sible to pick up stronger QUARTET PLAYS AT I' PET.ER HOLDORF, Mgr. Basket baH seams to be tlie f:!!.vorite . sign.a.ls and thus make it possible.to ·· · AURURN ANO J ULlAN '· sport of the g irls. At any rate a l arge roalrel, a. m or e accu rate study of the PHONE 48 PERU, NEBR. number mec-t i n the g ymnasium every ·structttral· m ake-<UP of r a dio. - The - college string qu.81 t et played evening for practice. The g i11ls have One m ember of thle class was inter - ·t h ree n umbers b efore th.e Kiwanis been t r yi ng to le.am the e.stell. fo radlio before t o P eru / Club at Aubur n, F rida y evening, of t he game. Bes ides i;ira<:tlic~ 1~- ~o ~ -~r~ady has a set p~ally com- / November 4.. On W~nesday, N o- I tea~ wor k, the girls are given d1;1U m pletfad ; . . _ . . j ~JJll!:>ier 9, t his t alent.ed g r oup f a vor - r---~------------------------­ passi.~g and receiving t he ball, and ~n - · "Tlilel me.pib ershlip ~ tih e. clu b is n ot J the P arent Tf~acher's Association at - . ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP s hooting baskets. Miss D.avidsQn bas r;o.nfined to ~n~ part1cula~ g.ro.U.p, hut 1J:u.Lian with quartet and trio selecW hen you ar e p leasant we a r,e satisfied also been ~xpla.ining new rules and anyone w•b!? is mtereSt~ is mvi:ed to p 1ons, and two cello solos. b.y Sylvia some t~chmq.ue ·o f the game. Melbq join, espec1a.1lyr::those wh.o ar~ mter- :M·ac,h ek All Work Gu arant eed Cope .has been chosen a.s basket ball ested in electmcal e ngµ;eerm g or . Two r eadings w.ere g iven by Phone W 9 1 1=========== Manual Arts. , Florence Martin. J=·=p=·=C =L=AR ==K ======P.=h=o=n=e=l=0= 9=

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th should have ~~ BULLETIN TOFACULTYMEMBE Ito be a leade.r of you bt!l d I .first of all character, that su. e ~n Y-0.u know I have plenty of ,bi.me . . ' ble .uaility which is finer l\1otion m :?.de, sec-0nded. a.nd carried to think .about people and life, and I mdefmba llin~st deteds. greater than , that a-II re.q.uests for spec~al dates for i t 't varied o.utlook on the tha.n t e f t:.s wh'ich includea, =---~=1"- 1 t' for the first ge .qm e a the greatest ac • . ~ew .dormitory was for- a'l,y camp~s ~~1g~niz~t ~o~ios Gockley, lif e c;f the 'college srudents and f~c- but transcends hono.r a ;~ce s~~~: ' maJ1,y op·ejned at Chadron recently. i semester e i e w1. . 'tt ·ulty here in Peru. I've co.me ~ t e f h t is right just an rue, - -secret r ry to. the Caleru:l.a~ ~om~;1 ~~ C-Onclusion that there is scarcely any o :ur~e of lif.e ~orr~ponding thereGreasing on or before October 1~ t . . V limit to which absentmindedness may a c Storage, Gas, Oil, The Jitne·y Players presented "The kn ow ·of c1at l S f or the second semester ool' National Teachers' League b 121 carried. Murder in the .Red Barn," by John t.he commit:tee will be g-i:td to receiv·e not As I was sitting on m.y modernistic Goodyear Tires Laif.imer, at Hvs'rings, October18. these requests aLo. I~ filing your re- tree i.n my yarid one day, (.I sit out o tits list: I A whisker club 1is being promoted quests please give first and second very seldom any mor e, because I'm The Pedagogian a.d<l~ t f Gree- / A safe place to leave your car by tire men ·of .Hastings college. Not eihioice of .dates. Reque!'t.s must be .1 ti .. elfconscious and I despise Tbe Teachers College M<Jrror o to be outdone!, the women of that inth ' d t of' the org~ n I ga,, ng s ' ' signed b.y e pre31 .en " .. - , being gawked .at by every-0ne. I ov·er lly, Coloradio. h o£ H. Hallenbeck, Prop. sti1;ion hav-e formed a " hair ribibon" ization, also by the Facul~y sponsor. I . . . news. Nebraskia. has contributed t ree club.1 . • . The Calendar Committe,e is very de· hea1d thls b.1t o.£. f - 88 graduate students taking work at "'The Hastings Collegrnn,' ts sponh t b f'l d t Four absent-mmded coHege pro ess ~rinaacon~~fur ilie~u~n~1d ~~oosili~t m~reqd~t~s af1ethae on (Collqepr~mwnarew~M~ G~r=H~l~Y~·~~~~=~~~~~~=~=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ the icdllege.- Each week the hst name ' . . h !'I t o be .absent.minded, arm 't ili ey ?) · ,_of some is~u.dent is to be eiBosen. Let, j reason that it. 1S mllucd tmore tah :an- were out for ia little jaunt .a.nid the ASK YOUR GROCE _, . . ., t ?geo.us to assign .a a es so a.c an . . Tb d' with this r. ame VI t. 1 · . driving was mfenor. e roa very ters cr rresronC'1ng ... ·· I -0· t 'b t' f l 1ke events can · . . be omitted rnhroughout the adver1i1se- eq.ua lS ,n u i.on bumpy. (Which sounds J.Us:I:; hke ments. Prize.s v.alued at .about $1.00 be made. .sc.me of -0ur highwa.ys.) After a I Wfill be offered to the winner.s. -m cst t e1rific bump, during which all 1 The Calendar Committee ,h as work- hands had: to hold on, one of the pro- . The Yankton Stu.~en.t ~nno~nces i ed out tkie folllowing sched.ule for re- · .fessors in :the rear seat leaned over that the stu.ae.nt assocrnt10.n 1s serious- gu.lr·r ev.ents: ·.anid touched the d:r·iver on the arm. 1y considering t·he ommission o·f tlfoir , First Mcmday night iin month-Ar: "P?.rdon," h.e says, "i:>iut your wife I annu.a.l, "The Greyhound" this year, Club 7 8.; Alpha Miu Omega 7~8; Trt I is nO't, with us." ~cause of existing economic condi- : Bel~a 8. . . "Good ·heavens!" saiid the driver. tl'Ons. Seco.n.d Mond~,y night m month "Why, she .must 'have gonei out when 5c -_ ,.J,, . - Kindergarten-Primary Club 7-8; Kap- we h ump ....... · Martha. Jaicl<son, Fremont. ~umor, pa Sigma Alpha 7-8; Sigma Tau De.I- . He backed the car up for nearly 1 was unammously dlected pre.sic e nt of ta 8. ·1 but there no sign ·o f a Theba Gamma EpS'ilo.n, Midland's 'h on- ' T.hiir.d Monday night in month- Al- •'1~.: 1 e,, 1 · . . f j D It p· 8 lv11ng sou • orar.y jour.nahs!;ic ra1t . . pha Mu Omega 7-8; Kappa e a 1 · "Co.me to tl-Jink of it," asked -0ne Fo.urth Moooay night fo month- of th.e others ''.are you sUtre .your Wayne, it seems, is not the only Kappa Omicron Phi 7-8; Schdlar sihlip 'f · 't;_ 7 ,, L · t t' Pi w1 ·e was Wb ,.u us. co JI.e ge t h at h a.s a arger regJS ra ton Ql.•J.b. 7-8; J>i Gamma Mu 8; Omega !"fo tell the .truth, I don't believe than ever "before.. The !'Pi, 8. . d th e dr'1ver uo ...J t'i.. t ,, l~eHney State 11sh e' wa..E",.,, r •.. p 11e ~v ~ Te1ac'h ers Antelope reports ian enEvery Wednesday .night 7-8 YM, · f 11 "H t 'd f ? rollment of 678 st;udt€ints, the larg·- 1YW and CCA 1 .u Y· ow s upi 0 me f 1 · · h 1 b I " · "But t ell me," asked the pr-0 essor, est m the h.1.Story of the sc oo , ut 1 Second and Fourth Th'lrsday l . h · - k "I h ht only a slig.hlt increase over hst year's j.night - 8 P1Bilo and EV'ell'ett. I who ad no_t .yet spo en, t o.ug 675 studen' s. "The E gl !'of Cb· dron Th'1r.d Th urs d ay mg . ht - 8 D rama- • you got two or three years "d .a't·d1vorce 7 ,, states that its percentage of increaoe t.ic Cl b : ago, 10ll n yo.u · is la·r ger than .any o.ther schoc.l. Its 1 E u.h ·Th d . ,_.._ _ 7: 9 F h- 1 ''Well .oif all things!" said. the driver . ac ur s .ay m g.1•• res l h' h ·1 . "Of I clid' en'r c,tlmEmt oil 500 students .is an inChuh i a. ug m g eartl Y· course · cre1'' e of 20 per cent ov~ r that of las~ maF~ sd . th' d T d 9·50 A i 1· must be getting .ab.sent-minded." •1r, t a n; · 1r .ues ays- . ., . year. In .addition of having an in- lVlj., W . A. A., P. Club. \ An~ to thmk that, we here .are de~ crease in thl' f· ll enrollm ·nt the Sta'.e I S d "' d A M D velopmg ·a whole school of such. - . a · • • 1 econ .1.1ues ay- 9 :50 · ., ra- 1 . 1 W l'f Te3chers c· o lJeg·e ·of D.uluth Mmn. is • ti CL b b . ti'ng Watta 11fe. .at.ta l e! · ' ma c :..i us1neos mee . said to h ave the heailthiest student Fourth T uesd.ay- 9:50 A. ·rvr., Frwh- : , . . body ever enro.Ued there. ....1 • \ To keep .ones balance fn this 1 man Club Counci.1 m et:.mg. , . '-• d r:o stcrm. y sea ·o f educati,·.n al p'rogrern. \ Secon d atllc1 F•.o.ur th . T 1uur ays--9 .a · . . South High To.o ter reports thfa.t its A. M., meehngs of 4 oil asses. \demands . not only a .broad<h1storical . , 1 freshman :t;eam is the :flirst to defeat AII C amp1u.s even t s, p.a.y an d oth er- perspective hllit a. pbtlcsop.Hicall . .·c epth . Tech High in four yt ~ rs . . 'd d S t a . ht and cc.mpr-ehens1veness m thmkmg wise. Fr1 a,y an a ur ay .mg s. . They " .and 1en d ar C omm1'tt ee . . h a·d as their il'!om€1coming .1. '-'a : a so.und ,, Judgment as to prac1 guest, Johnny Gooclm ~ n of golf fr me. · tical va ues,;

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. - -C. A. McMW'ry . Fac•1lty advtsrrs and all d .hers who .~~ ~=:.::;: --~ -:;:::::=:::~~~==~~=~======~=~~~===~======~=====~==~;; h~. ve t o !Clo wl"Jh! the sch eduling of af"' 't es are 8!L w_ d f th : fairs are - r equested not t o sche::l d e 1 Th·e Co:,ner"i ,.,.a o e . . : them at t,imes noted above. D.ates P er.uv.ians when they can p os t a stf n: · . __ .... 'll b H h t f ii' t and h.~.p rs f0.r sp.ecl ~ 1 meiu.mg' w1 e . '2•m urgers, w.o ~r ive CElll s. schedule.a. at a·n of the .dates me.nPro.ba': ly pr '.~ penty will S:)Cn l:e b.a.ck ' Y • . · J tlioned .0.bove if the meeting involves a gi~ n. b The women students of the Cretigh- stu'Clents who are m em ers of an orton Univ-er sity :are now subjc:ct to a ganizat;o~ regirJarly schoouLd b m eet comple';e phy~kal examin·abion upo n at that time. · entrance to the er.liege. Tho ' examThese ~ntr.uctio.ns apply to a.II spe- 1 inations are made directly under the eta! meetings .of wl-atever n.at.ure. sunervisio.n of Dr. N a.ncy Catania, I W. R. PATE, Pre~1dent. assistant in 1a.n atomy .and g,ynecolop.:y \ \ · at the school of Medicine. Assisting 1 BOBKITTENS VICTORIOUS her a-e E!iz~ beth Chab.anoff and Su- ] san Carroll Jones, medical seniors. I (Continu.ed fro m pag.e one.) Un!Jil tihris ·Y'eiar, only men stude1.t 3 r e- / Offici?ls : ceived the ex.aminations. Riafere~. Conway, Auburn ·i·.ecog.nition of his work in the \ Umpire- Sloan, Verdon MlHquette-Creig-ht.on football ga.me, H. Line1:man- W. F.i~her, Peru Cornie Colijin, Blue Ja•1 h f t h r lf b · ck, Score by quarters: has been aw.ard~d "All America" rat- ! Peru ----- - --------- 14 6 14 13 I ing by the All-American board of Talmage - - --- - - - - - -- 0 2- 0 0 footb all. . · Scoring tou.cl'\downs: Creighton celebr~tecl its 54th HomeP.eru: L eahy ( 3), Velvick (2) , Kelcoming, Satu1id.a,y, Oct~ 21. They are so and Hazelto.n. also celebr ating their first "EmbarThe P eru team was m 6re impressive rassing Moment Week." than at an,y time this year. Their I • p assing, runrl'ing, and blockh1g was •. .The Weslya n exchange sends this g·ood. Their tackling, while some-. one: ''.S1;ep back in· the car p1ease, what ·improved, w.as still a bit rug both ends of the car go to the same ged. F or Peru, the enti re backfield fun cplace." Really thougih some p c1ople just can't believe it. tioned nicely. The lineme•n also deThe Pi K·· ppa Del ' n inte r- colleght.e serve credit for a go.od game. deb:a.t e t eam has for thet coming seaArren<,ls, T.2.lmage captain, bor.e the son: Resolved: That the United brunt ·of b attle for ithe losers. St at-es should .agroo to .tibe Cancellation d thle Inter-allied War Debts. PERUVIAN PROGRESSES 28 ----------------1920 -------------- 0 The senior cla~ s sneaked ~o Om~ha The photogr.apli.y w ork f er the 1933 1 7 . 19 -------------on Thursday las'IJ: What with trams P eruvian, tre ccalege· a:nnual is in and 1husses, .ii~ seem's that they could progrern :md the p lans are to complete 27 save themselves a pain in the neck tJ~is p art of the work .du r ing the \ the day a.ft'ell'. j month of November. · Contracts for 41 . -----------------Total ------------- 75 - - the engraving and printing h ave t een North Bend cont€St ants took both le:t. Dor othy H r r k.son, D avey is chief , Admission, Season Ticket or $1.00 first places in the Young Citizens Con- edi,t,o r and E . Albin Larson, Upla.nd, is test. the buwness manager. 1

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Ka,T~" 5..- 1• at Wednesd~. After conque¥t"ng Wesleyan a·nd ,,~ .,- c The meeting was calbd to order by • Teams Tied TilI Latter Part oJ' Last Ex-President Peterson who l'~po1·te-d Hastings, leade1·s of their con '.'erence, Quarter ~ /o n the d ectfon of ofiiicel's held t he I th.e Bobcaf;.s will journey to Kearney Tbe S~uth~;\S'e1•n 1-:ebrW"kn P°)-ecs following w. e k. T ho ugh o. l ; t W ;) l ty-/ thtis week for their l.ast scheduled _, .1d c·onsi·Club m et ;in Puu Sr tru da.r, Ncve·r1ber j seven votes were oas+.., a ""otion was The Hasting's Bronchos .... · u• co_ nference game of th' e l season on d ah d b k" 19 , and had :is 11::mnr .cnests 1 \ • L • ca ried to th e! effe ct t h:it th ff. . 1 E'l' e prancing an uc mg m the Bixby o.f the Nelmiska f!tnte Jontnlil ! sta d .as electe d. They a re a: ~oti~~:. / Thanksgiv:ing d a.y. Peru bowl F11ldia.y aftei~noon, but an .and Wilt llfaupin of the Om~ ht. ) Roscoe T olly, pl'esi.de.nt · Glen Sha'er. While Keal'ncy h as not won a sir:g- ag.p-resive p ack of b attling Bol-c ats W<'tld-f1er:•1d. T!-.e Ped11e:oina:1 I vice-president · M • ' ' I le c.onfa·e.nce game thus fa r, they will n d th ,,. h Staff had ~n.;, priv ilege c•f atten C:in~ I a _, R l h M' en e f eek, s c rctary; que e · e uery spldtl of t e Broncs • ~ , nu !! p ason, tte.nsurEr . The be pointing fo r the Peru eleven, in an ·nd rode to a 7 t o. O victor y. Peru's t the ,, ' - . t u.rned over t o Mi·. d. t bl h •tn S. mee in t:fat:l-. {>r editor of the l >eru m eetino. o . w ...~~ t\..n.en att empt/ t o upset i he i1· Championship v·1·ct or v _ £ """b , .. o 1es nt> '.'I , e wort ' ~ h a.fer m t he absen e f th • h<Jpes. that the ''Ctilkmen'• at•e the fir: t Nej>oforer, as ho>t welccmed the vh t o• s ·d- = "'~tc 0 e .prest• e1ect t r aska team to achninister defeat hQ and intl'odu~"r! the Trah,tng· ~chc.ol T · • . . I THAN· KSGIVING OF The Bobcats huve b~en com\n~ otcb'€sti.'t!.. J. ~. fiw~t of ~NtJbt-asli: fl. , h e 1·emamder of th e meeting was : · tb.e H11.stings el,:iv~n this .year. Jn cOity ~ ~ 'rhu:r~" of -~ctlll$&h g ive n t~ Dea n Delze_ll who unb.ui:d - 1 ANCIENT ORIGIN Blong nicely, as the sea 3on h as pro- . co.mplishing the tn~k, ·however, the were the speakers of the mrrrnfog-. end~d hunself of varrous_ and sun dry cc • gre.sa.eel. They ha ve faced cin e of th~ Peruv t?.ns were h ar.d pressed, Has__,~ th ~ ,._ 'IVl . re m r k.s .on seve ral t Gpics in the I Antl th.e.y went o.u t into ffie fields t o.ughest sched ules in Per.u histor'-· tings twice threateni ng serio.ud y. p rece"'1.lng i eP 'lU·ncne(\' 1 1·1n1r_.,. ~ss immical · • • / ancl gathered their '11ineyards an.d' and out of the seven g.ames plu\;eoJ J n t l-.e first • q n: rt r , Per11. conun- n::lLo' H k; r Delzell st:yl1e. is ac ~r o e u g.ave a r e,.,.,rng. ' th . ti h .. · ~ j ed a more supericr offence tha · t 1·e\r 1 and Allan D. :May of .AA.l.burn read one 1~ } I kode the gr apes and held festilva~. thus tha1, ...~~y b ave wool i•v~, l%i nµ l()pp cn ents, .a.m m i · g a t rtal of i ix i st of his detign;ful poems which he had and w_enbjnto the h '1 use o:fth.dr goo, .e ~ er u wO fy a sing e p omt mar- rl owns I' S cnmrarr.a to Hllsti.ng's one. co.mposed tbrty -thr.~ 'yeia~ ago. Tr ~ • and d1d eat and drink." gi~ 0 ~~n-c~n "1'ence t~ams. Ho\\11:l\'fll;', the -Bobcats faile "T t o conPedagog1ianbStaU assisteil wi~h the No, Thanksgiving did not sprino- d tchc c1·Bmbg tso p,revl10dusb gal~e.sh· play- ve:rt their y ardage into points, two b asket unc se'rved. at noon m t h e o.. • . "' e e <> ca S •l •)U e ~ 1g t f.av- "Cstl fu bl h . • _ Home Econ-om.lcs ro.oms. mme rv.!l.-hke· fr.om the b rain of Gp 1e r- orites to d·ef e.at ihe Antelopes but Y m es c eckrng theil' a dv.;:.nl>reskle nt W R ~.ate exten<le<l th~ ''Berkley Squ;are", What is it? nor Br.adford. in 1621 for the above I with the confe1·ence cham1,ionship ceis,n th e secon.d can t o, p eru m ade g,reemngs .o f t he afte)'noo.n assu rm g I Knowmg that lit 1s wonder:tiuUy comes from the lrook Olf Judgee Emd it at ~take tLey can n c..t .aHord to undt.l their first threat to score.. Hatchers his J•isteners ~bat not for commeric"l stran ge an<l perhaps fa.nciful a resn- , is rmt concerning the- Pilgrims wh'ich ustunate the Kearney eleven. long p.unt was ta ken by th e Br"richos l'easons we~ they welcomtl f or t hese me of the p lot :mio·ht a;d t r e .au·n' e nce ' landed at Plymouth R k • 1 29 Record of the Bobcats so fat·; · 1· afot.v and returne-.cl to the Hastings 1b t were of the dories o:f t he p ac:t, but lin U·r-<lerstan "'inrr the rla y D<c. 2. • · th oc tn 6 Peru 13 I.lid.rnd 'I 19 y~rd line Then rn the first play · ..... -l I p t St .a· h , u c c n c~rnm g e Canaanites F 1·<> p . a · · , · ., .ou-ecause ho fe t that all Neb r.askans, / e <>r ..., <in 1s , a young .American h · m ei u Mar.vviUe '1 Chase of H astino-s fum bfod .and CarsJwd.-1 beco1!1e acqunir ted v..: th " Ol d arcHtert, h ~s inhf·rlt?<l, s.o. it seems, ; t ese peo.p}e, th: choEen people, the . P,e1:u 1;$ Chadron O* .mic.hed , who sC:ms t o h ave ~de P.eru~, tl:ie. first ~t-e ~chool m N e?r- 1an old En~hsh bt>n'se m ~h1ch one of Jews copled ttbe1r act of wor~hip to J l,eru 1 ~ ~lv::.nel ~- re~.overed .f um bl e3 hls spe<'i ' lt~r, r eMklli, ~n<l 1ts U'·aidittons, sqme ~f wh ich .~.nce5'tn.rs pl<1,W ~n ti:np ~i-t"nt , J ehova, called ·t he feast of the Ta;t>r:r -1 1 .eru ·13 W'lyne ,.~ cov~roe ~r Peru on the Has1Jh1gs 21 he r.elat.00. . role. Ta)!tng ~' his :restrleinee · thPre, ; nacles. I..f ern 6 Wesleyo.n 'l va,.a . With ·a firFt down Hat cher A. E . {])yenden, p"resi.clent of .t he I h e .cllsco'1el'S tb.at 1--e dm 'W"lk back , Th , h • l: ·P~N 'i Hastings 0 ~nd Story W€1re able t(.) pi~k up but , 'a.Ssociatii.on, int'l'oduc!l,d P.a:rlre Keays, ' a.nd forth through twe, that he can I e: m ,p ...oma wast .e G:eek day of ' Peru '? Kearney ~ 6 :v1m'ls 1n t}.ree tri es a <Tainst the secretary of t he Neb~sk.a Preos ns- // Et<e.;i into thle shoes of his ance.<>tor j Th:anks.g1vrng arnd the R omans wor"' Confereac.-e Jg"amse st.~b")rn Br o c f cr ward ;.all. sociatioi;, wb~ .spok.e on •'.New.sj)ap&i- , ~.n.d Jive ::lie ltfe which that man ·lhed shiped the harvest <fiety Cere3 on OeWith hut one phy left, Steve f:co,,. 1.1-mes: .F_;.gw:es o.n tbe . WPge .' an the fllghteenth century. He ae- 1 · tober .f.a1u,rth at the, feztivaJ, Cen If.a. 1) Gaines en.deavor,;cl to manipulate his 'Situati.on ·ana other Mattel'S of 'Int.el'- \ c·epts bhe ch ~n-n-ge- o;t ·tr.'.e a~ntul'e; In En gb.nd we have the Hr t -. • • DJQY-S ~ educ.~ted t oe in to a pl ace-kick but e5t To P-uhlisb.ei-s.'' He '.b-rought out re fhd s b~m elf entering the old Hom~ so b a tifull th e nr.tenrpt was wkle fr om t he 26 02 _ha dve~ tw.o reasons why .lt was fitting t h.rt dr.awing-room dreS<;ed in the coEt·- m~ G ' . ~ u y SCl'l e ln va"d lina . b e 0 f t1'.~ t •tn" e b t struJ. .~•1 . ll h " eorge Ehot! , T oward. the b t ' er p ~ rt of this seme th.~ meetfog of newspaper men essrnt1 ~ Y ·m. s "Ail.am .Bede., . · he\d in the ·State 1'eachers college·.. self, .and he plays the game 31 W Fll I In America from Pilgrims of Flyneri od, c~ach McCradv's proteges The first was th at t hei .avera~e crltizen 1 a.s he can. ~uc.h c~arms b."t much j mouth or the Puritans of Bosto n, Pe:u Di-am!!. tic Ch1tb. in their study fl•.slied an .attack th t th rew a scar e who spends . fourteen .y~rs 1:1 schoot / also sh ocks ,him .• His lr~owl~ge of/1 may be tmce.d the origion of Tha.nks- me.etimg Thursda y n1gh.t .~roduce.d into Per u adh · r rnts. Alex.?n., er :in tcrtlevotes an equal .a.mount of tim e .du r-; the :future E'.Om e.t1mes t rips him U1', giving D~y Th ,. ·1 th 't d th1ee .unusual pl ays. The ii n: t w~ s cepted Hat ch ers pass o his own 3g • :readi.ng t.ne .\.. newspap er. b ut th e pu~. ·' t;·•.,• .ues "' • h "' •f h e civi au .or:i Y an "Th e T rol'" an d T ll Bn"d g e," T h e var.d line a nd from tb. nre the H ast ing his l'ife1m o.f t,he nmeteent 1 The second was t hat ma·n.y school men .and t wentlieth centuries are• brilliiant consta.ncy 0 t; e P_eop e of Co.nnecti- cast f c.r this fant~sy was: in gs elevEm m arched a~w~ t lie fic.;t<l after .a few year-s te:ichlng enter the / epii:mims to -those aro.u nd him, He I cut have !1rou.ght lt .(}Qwn to US. not. Tz~on ~ ---- - ----- Josepl:.ine Brisse.y to th e Peru 6 y ar.d ll ne. With a n ewspaper g~me. From th e results f df1 zzelc; a St•?tesman b:v saving- that/ .as kept m Massachusetts &y ~nd Collegnan ------~----- Bel va Carder 1 first and ten on the 6 ysrd line the of his stntei wide 8U.l"Vey be b.Blievetl the ·SU.n new!r :oets on tre Prit'sh E..,,-j Plymouth ci>l9ny, .as a.n occal!$:<>n; l C~od ----·- ---------- ~e-lia Frazci- gm.n ended th ei first h alf befo·~ t he that eonditio.nl! had nael"ed th eir l p ir e, an.cl he ~mazes the Duchess of• day for a. special cause, bu.ti as an an- Fter rot ---- - - -··------ Le · na Givens Bron cs co dd ta.ke adv.antage of their turning dul'ing Augnst or Heptember I ~evonshire wit h a few epi,,.rams cr'lal a b t-. ' Coln~1 bin•1 - - - - - Elizabeth Spl'ague opnf'r tunitv. and things ~re \5tal'tlng ()n the -Q·P- I i!>!d f r.l'\n'I ~ al' Wilde. But despite rm. c. e. ra i on. S~ag~ Ma.nager ------ Jd:m Wb ?etle v The second h.elf was s.omewh.at a grade~ \ hls success be is not really at home.. . Dlrector· --::------·- - Loren~ Mooth art vey.4ica of tJh e fir.st, insnfar as se~ During the d'iscnrssion whi.ch f ol - . ThO'Se rrb.os'ts find something terrify1:1'0 m t~is iluf.fy, dainty and yet quence of plays anc yard age gainecl lowed free pu.b\lcity was condemen.ed I ing in b'im j~ 1 st as he ffoos s on>ethirig I . phil osopru cal pla.y the au<liEIIlce wa s was c.onc€rne.d. a.nd interesting saving devices wel'e unrer~ in tihern, a n.<l at !at he i-et·,:ns / transpor ted into ·a ccad, _han~, bit:.e1· T.h e Bc:ibcnts most serious s coring brougb.t out, the most. u.nusu.al ofl to m~eteen !.wenty-ewht oarr"lng l a.tm.osphel'e, th~t o~ F.am1ne. Famllle bid c.a.mei in the third qu arter a.·f t.er wl:iich ~s that carried on by: • J<'red w·it h J-~-n n.othmf!' exceTJt the memory I and the Ghost directe<d b.y ~~hn P eek's recovery of a H as tings f umHild of Ha.mburg, Iowa wno has mtrq.._ of a 1!1rl w~om be b ad loved. , M()dem Collegian Finds School Not Wheatley h_el· ~ the .member s h orzlfied, ble on the Bronchos 41 y al'ld line. tluced a socialistic syst em in his plant T oi.cl in this bare OflLtliine the ~tory A Bed of Roses ~et appr:~:1 at1vely ~o for they real- With Pri ed'ert .a11d B atcher tu.gging :Where after the exp~nses a re ded1u.ct- I .s-eems p:rep.o stP.rou~, ani! .in~retl it Is ~zed t.he ide~ .o.f this almos:. al~gol·- 1 the ov al, Peru ndvanced to the 14 ed the sri1arles of .rll incliuling the ! h araiv more than a chaUenge to the ~'Do we have beans 11g:.'lin toda,y ical product10n and the abnhty a nd yard st ripe,· where a nothe·r s coring wfitor ~re p'ro-inted e 11.ch week. So . ing enuity of tlhe author, • but that fo~ d'innel'?" • . effort the actors were. fore£ld. to use attempt w.as frustrated wlien Hatchf.ar th.e plan has pl'ove'll successful. chaUe•n ge he meets am~~mgly ~ell. Yeah! ~nd also tb.e ~u~ ratron m<J.ke the play the lmpress1on that er's p ass was incomplete, The meeting next ~prlng will be The thing is do.ne so easily, conv1nc- of brell.<d and butter. L1l<ew1se, lest lt w~s. T.he char acters we~: In the !latter part of the l ast. hE~d at Brock wher e the " Brock ing 11-=: fit needs to be . One ls di:n~ing yo.u forget,. we'JI probably fill up \ F?.~tne --- ---- Helen Gla1re Mtulle.n quarter, c.ame t.he Priru sweep dawn Bulletin" js celebr.ating its f'tftieth perpetu ~ly n.x.pon eggs, but th.el eggs any }~tFa,, space with w.ater-g<>otl j Arta~t --:-------- - ---- Gwen Yeakle the field that netted the1 7 points necanniversary. \ never 1brea.k and the s u.r;pense, the old aqual • Bat11l, his s on - - --- Edna M~ystric k essar.y t o defeat .the cream o.f the Delln D·elzen c-0n~uctfid the visitors sense1 of m ystel'y not to. be take.n Th.is~ is purio~y 11.n inm~inar.y con- Al', .of the!e~ plays we~.e not what church conf erence footb all leagu1!!. - t .. i the .btrildin..,..., ~d campus quite 'Seriously, never fails. It .ts versatwn but js not without\ the they seemed ' each contained a. de~p'Takin g the .b all on the Hastings 44 'On a oo.. 0 in the observatory &~ • of e r meamng.. · Th t erminating of the li ght, air.y, r- iquant. "BerkPley h oun d s . .of. po.s.sibir . , icy-nor even . ~ Iast, ".T he Dolla-r, '' yard m arker, · Hatcher sm11cked the • H ll Squai-e" was written b y an American probability. was one of mnmcal satlires on man- 1ine to the 34· t hen Priefert to t he S c1encet a . . h. ' b • . k h kind oo h. h f . ' , Although "Bix'' declined to i-ead - John Baldwston- who has been A survey · aw ng een t.a _en on ~ e • a is rus or bis g~ tlie 22 .and ag.ain to th.eJ 12 yard line. From f h ' .. wm Moop1.n on the q.ang 1'E!Sident abroiad., and if it were Ol!.IJlP.US ~ently, some lOterastmg I alm.i.gh.fly d oll ar. Even In the names th ere Caiptain Hatcher picked lllp ~my 0 f tJhs!0~ __:.. 'nt cratched off the rrot for his attitu.cle toward his Ameri-. .figll.il'e~ ·~n .approximatell' <le- : of the chai;acter;s the a.uidi-e'n ce foun ri.., thl'ee' yards then Prief€tt aitd~ six s pur o ·"' mo .....e s h ,_, . _;, t f. d . at ti . f th I ' (Con~nued on p~ four.) c.an ero t>ne .wouLU s:vem- t~at th.':!< termmed. Your cor respouuen · m s / ' mes a mirror o €1m.se ves anct more in two t l'ies, a n<l on t.he last play was E nghsh: It 1s a d:ltghtfnl that fullly per e; rnt of the men / those ~round them: ilown ..Hatch» cirashed thron.gh t o, evening'_s en~ertamment.• lt ~s noy el on t~e campus.. ~1'e mther whoHy ?r C~m~<lian - --- - --- Glenn Sh..afe'r (Conllin.uu:'J on pge f'Our.) KITTENS "BASK•ETBALL ~xpert, mtell1g'ent, 11nd mglmrnus. p ai-t·1ally -supp orlling themselves wble V11tam ------ --- -- - - Geor ge Kiuhl SCBEDULlt There y.ou have "Berke.leiy Sq uar es, tten& ng P eru S't-.'t e T €achell;'.3 Goll::ge. Ingenue ----- - - Mujorik! Y'Oung BOB.CATS BASKETBALL ALUMNI Here in story f orm, The:re are other things This is in mf'ect refutation t>f the 1 Heroi.ne - - --- - - - - -- --- Ada Bx-ady · SCHEDULE Dec. 16 (Fri) SYRACUS.El Hel'e 1b esides emp.hasis .of the plot that the st atement commo.n!y set forth b y s-me Ol<d Man --------- -- Orville Buehler Dec. 20 ('I'o.ei) .NEBR. DEAF He'l'e producer s o.r Berkele~ Squares 11re that ''the you.th t>f today (io n ~t ap- Ol d W?m~n - -------- Leone Ohler J al'!. '6 (Fr'i,) The11e WAYNE Jan. 6 (Fri) Here AUBURN TheTe j str ivling t o gain. I n easting the play predate t he value of an w u.c·ait1on to 'fia~dtan - - ---- - - - - -- EC .Ped~en ' .l aill. 12 Thur) OMAHA San. 13 (Fri) Nll':BR. CITY He.re and In costumlng tlrn t wo s1sters ty~rs the e xtent of sacrifi cing nnytihing In 1 .stra~geil' - -~ - -- --- - H ow.ar.d. P.hill~ps J an. 16 .Mon) CHADRON There .J.;in. 2(l (Fri) CH.A.DOON There PU'l'TS.MOUTH werll chosen. '!'he worldly, y et wise" return.~' Ask) lUlY 'Of t he fe1lows wb o 1 'l'h1s prog~a.m w..as <>ne rtch w1th. Jan. 17 {Tu~) Jan. Zl (t:'r'i) KEA"RNEY Hlf!re 'There ana strong Kate is a bl onde an d ht:!l" a1-e ~batching' if It tls not a .sacrifice food f o.r .th ougJit. Jan.. 21 '{Sat) KEARNEY 'Theire Here clothes a:re bdg.hter, fuller an<l m"l'e .to .attempt ma.stfoation on s amples of flLa,ys for t he Christmas Guest night f'! 1b. 1J (Fri) F-Ejb. 3 (Fri) AUBURN He'l'e £HADR()N Tlrere daringly striking t h an her daYk shy hls ·~-h,a:tcn er>s' biscuits. 'Or ·p osi:ib- of the cluib h ave been chosen and the Fep. w {Ff'i) Feb. IO (Fri) BROCK Here CHADRON Ht!re .almost childlike sister, Helen. 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S. permitted its ports to be I -====~===~~~=~~=~=~ • • L L ,. • . . 1 li mb to lim b. , ,' civilim tion . l b s.eEms inc re1-'ible th.at . tls ed as n av 114I bases b.y French c.rd s- ) , D1 . Brown od' t.:ie mstory ,dep a rt- 1 • • ht h ed th t th · .. · h Respondbility F or W orld W ar Un- a.n y0.ne .m1!!·. ~ ve rnpp os · a e ers p reymg ni;p on t e co.m merce of I S ervice with .a S mile ment gave .a ver y 5nter est ing talk on ' gre at judsts who d evelop ed the d is- Great Br itain. Under t erms of the 1· 1 1 RIGHT-A-WAY sett ed t h e "Th e .L egi!l l P rocess a n d P re ven: t'm et'ion upon t h e ass.um: t'ion t h at J ?.:y · T reHtv, a. co.urt a r b ~tr.at.ion w as Shoe Shop t ion of W.ar," at ccn vccation, F~icay, The r esp onsibility fo r the g reat I n mies fli gh ting up.on t h e· f ront coul d erected~ the .ca.se tried, and diarnag-e s No vemb er 11. · (Th e materia l f r 'h i> d.isaster is ~tm some';"hat contro~~r- succeed wi~ho?t the su.pp~rt o.f i:ion- ass~s~ed against the ·u . S . . A li k e (l,i saiddress was d r awn fro m •the lect ur es ma!, and this .after fo ur teen y€1a rs of · comb atants at h ome. ·rnsi t10n wa·1 rr;lf'lde of clai ms of t he a nd writings of J.oh1\ Bassett Moore, \ <>tudy and discus.£Ji.on. m ore im- J i:iamiton Propheci~ W ar U .. ~· a nd Gre1at Brita"in for !ille g a l especiall y his 'Inter.~ ation al Law and 1portant is the fact . t h a"li dur in g t he Dur m g the w a_rs g r owm g o..ut of t he seizures 'o! Ame:i~an merch · ntme ~. I Som e Current Illus.i ons.") last t en y ears ou v · 't h. t F rench Revol ution, Alexande:r H amEven more striking was the appl'J.. r · 1ews w1 r espec , 11t on, w11·'t m ' · · l795 tt d · - · · · A. E • .JQHNSON, D • .l:.>. S. years ago today h ave . Fo.urteen . . . · • the . t o th a t respons1. b'l 1 1ty been sub, 1 g1 t n h , u _ ere h . . a. "com - <' atio.u .of t he primctple In. .·t he Alabasl:-r1 ekmg af sirens a nn u nced t h e ces<ta t i ' 11. ,, .f. d It . ment hai d Y ess t an pr P et 1c. The .rrua Cia1ms case. T he :British govern . · · 1s not so easy · · X-RAY SERVICE 1 ~ n a ~y m ou 1 1e . s.ation of a tremendous conflict N ev- t o 1 ~ ate war of E •i·r.o· pe'· is~ of so extra- . ment during our Ci vil War ' negli' · "c our war g w'It as we on•:e I p rdesent ' PH.ONE 36 ~r before any previous contest h a d supposed. or mary a .com plex10n , and h as been gentily p ermfttied crtidsers to b e bu ilt t here beii:!n so m'a ny i'hen m'c bilized so So als 'th . . con<liu.cted m all respectr, UP.on suC'·h in British p orts for t he Co n'fe de r acy . • o W:I o.ur views resp e.c~:m g : t ' · di 'a ·.H. ,,:J. :1l l .q. tn •t · · m ?.ny killed and inc apacitat e<l, so t h e r eL?.t iv.e mag nitude a nd th~ ~er- ' e~ r a 'Jr n ry · prma_tP, es, a I. n;ay ~assi on ra n high, and w'hen .tbe U . S. much p roper ty d~stroye<L By cod- nl!ane nt influe nce of the ~trug u le. tn l y be regar<le<l .as an exc ept10n to fir.st r eq,u ested t ha.t t he issu.e b e suibification of a popt:lar miscon- In F r an ee af1one a b o.ut 7 500 (JOO men "' .a ll hvener al rules, . . has a precede.nt for m'tted to arbitration • 1.ord John • R u s1 not tn g. It IS rat er a b e a - on, warn- sel replied th ab it w as a .qu;e; ttion in cept:i on, t h e cnnt est is }mown as The we r e mobili ed Of +h .' ' 1 z · '4 .ts nu m Jet·, .a ing ma nkind t · · th e h onor of ber Miajef' ty' sW c rl d W ar. I onl y wis h thnt flt t he tot al of a bout ' •h a . o .sh un. the· perm·ctous vo1v.ing 2 26.0 000 im.~!!.c aflions i11 th.at lt;erm were ti'ue. Iwere missing, or ;.el"\dered :~;;~ ~.; ~xa~!)les wh1.ch . it ~ets, than a model Gov~rnme_nt,' ·o : which w e are ·alo.ne To sav that .t here b.ave QEl~n m an y I wcrk - in all ab-o ut 6"7. f th ,._ •m:,1t tn g to 1~1tation: T~ human the .}U1dg es. It IS .distinctly t o th e l ' '""'i<...-. ... .. . i o o. e ,....,_ < • · n'" d . • i... • t . h cra- 1 AND ~yorld W.;R ~; is bp.t t o r epeat a. histori~ ta.I p op ulatio n . In Germany, 11,000, P·3~ston~.! .0·~1 ~~/~_e.1 t~~.- ~Pl;',~.~r . o.,, ave a.it Of the B1·it ish go v ernme nt th.at it Jal cn!T/~n1qnpl;ice:..' ' ; ooo were mo bilized, of wbid1 a bout ; bee:n W!O~~bt,_.~· .:·~ ~~ 1J,ch.,_(l,f f;~~ nzy, fin a !Ly_ c ~ nsentle1d to arbitra.1fo n -PHYSICIAN · Wh en in 1914 war br.o ke out a . 4 762 000 • k'll d · . which. has ltet· Teaso,n; jii.sfi.'IC:e, A n~ Charges of bad faith h d b · · ') , , . ' I ' , we1e I e , rncapac 1t .1ted human it a t ·aefia nce,, J: • .• a een freely j ji.undr~!1 ~e-~rs_ ~.ad .elaps~d sm.~ e t he or missing. T he t o11al losses am cw.nt.- T Y . .· . . made I~ th.e U. S.. and the u esm on Phenes, Reside.nee 28, Office 7 ·· J,a st· g;11eat struggl e h ad encomrassed 1 d t " t: OJ. ft' ., know _ of 1no characte11zat10n irt w as ceitanl y a .a 1' q e o <::o 10 ,o .•1e men mo b1Iize.d al'ld j t •r .p,, l'iti l'IltU ... , . I' , . e tc a.t e one / t he globe. P eople assumed t h at ·t h e I about 5 % of t he toh l P p nhLion co~l emp.o ah ;r· e re more ~P~ i: It is .nob practic;able of ~ourse t o . Hou r s: 9 t o 12 and l new contest was t h ei g reatest, bot:h ' These lesses we r e o£ cours e a ~p o ll~ 1' ca e t to 't t eohg~ea~ s~ougf e wh.1cH discu,s,s t h e. vari c.u.s .a~bitrations ' beto relativel·y a.nd absol utely, w hich ing . I do no't; wish in t he least . to c <imet ~ I s c c usion ur ; en ye - r.> tween t h e U. S . and Great Britain . for.

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··--=====~~~~~~=-· ~ -~~~~=~ IS'J;'ICE PROGRAM chosen. Eac h party ihvcived chooses irJily rich in atmosphere. Tuesd ay, :November 22, a t 8: p. m. 1' (Continue d from pa'g e two.) . . v/l t wo jutlges, only one of which rri'l.y Vivian Shl. aes wrote a most .tin- .a speciai prognam is to be giilerl at ~ ~~<;::,.~~~ it w as a greed .hie bne of its own c.iti Z'eiis, w hii t he ique imaginative storl'. inspired by the High Schooi .a uditorium. A ""'' can Fool snn1e of t he iieop le a ll o f i . that differe nces of a £out thus s~iected choose , Brownin'.l's p o_em "My Last Duc.hEss;', t!ie time. and all of the peop1.0 sonio.. or th~ , e~~l n ature or r el ating to t h e obl!i- .. , . _ , . ; a f.ifth. wI-.ile W.ilnia James read her poem en vari.e ty of rriusica1 selections will be tim"· but t he rest of t he t ime they w ill \gatt0n of treat' ; d~ .J · 1· ,_ The exlstence of this court h as been a "liitde Brown Road.;' Each girt rendei'ed 1n a-ddltlon to other worth ke f ools of the mselves , ies, provi = t 1 at ti .e y . . • ·· · .. I ma do not affe ct t he •t l. • te t • _ r esponstble for the preVentJo.n Of Wil.r I Was urged tp t r.y ta get her WCT k while entel.' tainment. Among other • --1 v1 !I Jn res s, in . . . . · . . " t' h _ ·depend h . f h . t " t I orl seiveral occ asi ons, on.e of the m e.st published antl h elpful sligggestions thrlngs, the prograrrl consists of nufu~ So.me, ener.ge 1c pers on as f c1U nd a , e.n ce or .on.c-.r o t e con ·r ac -1 .· . • • . · , • I w.,ie .., ·" b ff.ere· d b. y M.r~., B a k'er:, 1 · · W · · · ; . .. · . . d1amadc of which was th D · .bers by th.a High School . 0rchesha, new v:~lu e f~r mus1~. ~y n ot gi.ve i mg parbies, or concern the interests , . .; " , ., ... . ,e. . ogg·e·r Glee CL111b; B anti 1 Bi>..y s quartet and Mr. GNssehame a v ac ation a n d k t \of th.e t hi rd p·owers sh odd be refc r- Bank incident ill 1904; mvolv1Bg Ru!!-· . . .... . solos. .· P · fessor St eck t ake hi \ · · · , .. ' · · .. : si a alld Great B" ·t1 · • PERU PLAYERS 1 ~ ·.. r' t - d f · ~ l> ace fo r a red to t h e Perm anent Court nf Arb1, . , .. ~ . am. ' Pernt Players .had a double feature· The idea was orignateci as· .a :tea• wh1 1 e. ns ea o c 01n1n.g up on OL'" World Court R e · ··- ci~ ci · · · ·· · · · "R Juliet'' . ;. ; ·· t n •tion ati t he Hagrue. A numbH Of . . commen e on Thursday night, each rarti cul rly ture especid ly foi· the p a rents, but' a nd ,g ivm g la s ubseq uent tr zati.es were negot i.: t eci, Time pr events more th an a lnere ! goo.cl. The first w a§ .a piay, "P;s a.nd the enbire public is hivlt~d. Thel.'e t ~.ei·l'Y' t a1' ·k •, p rscfe~~ f a,. o essor Stec k cou1d I · .. · · . · ef ,. '~ t ' . l Q' " .. . . . by t h e su.gg es tion of "Ong put acr 3ss I th~d th~ :fo[egoi~~ t~ i:no~.el. . r e~en~.e b thet Wor ~. C.ourt mbve- / its ~ r-~~F ~~~ed .by tr.~ P~ru fp arl lei's . will . be n~ atlmdsi;lon charge. the ··s'ame ide a a nd a; the' SalT'e tinie Ids 'dou t : ~ ear t' a ~ ' . ~.~ . t~ea?-e::; ment . . The l'~rmibe.nt Court of rr.i · 1'· 1' th wasl at.n 'lfn ~~·~sting ~ornery hr s d ( rl "th '. -~t ,. . · ° p .leasc :ll1t· ·. l d!1 0· ·· repr(se.n · .an important step · rt ~ 'i · · 1• J ~: · · , . ·· · , ,, · _, b. . h. e P o o i; r e readmg of ch· hictor e: g u1•' v~ o.n'e~s ' i'n' ~" '· · · ai; ona us ..ice was createu Y t e · t 1... d .. ' · · Moh'E' R "" GIRLS ST . ·1L · L ST.AR GA . ZE -· Pu t ,. 1'·n ,a va nce·· . . ·Vt/ h at' .n ati. o n's go to w ar . .' . . . ' ' ' . 1111 ·o. DQn1 wntmg . Th ~· pl ayfr.s were: rl 1'11 . ' . ' ~ - • frame o~ m1.n~ . . It w_.ou~d c~ea~e -~-u c_h .u_nles~ i,t is br~iev~d that tb~r bon c- r Leag\URJ 00::. Natiion.s actl,ng1.tJ:nough tiie J~ss.i e Dendow --- - ---------.,. ..:.-- ·' ·. , _ __ a chunun,y atmospk.ere on 01UT ca n pu~. 1·o r vital int~rests are .a~fec.te<J ? .. A:i a!~eh~y'·· ~~ •a .~·o:n.1n.it~~.~.'.'?f .1.awyei:s -, ~ --.~:; -.- ~-- Mafgareti . S. tar~ef).heck T.uesday at 2 a, m.. a:,,gro.Up . of gh•j s . . . - . .. - . far .as t he u . .s. a nd .Great Britain ana JUdges. This new' World Court H_?. 11 -Y. Barman -..:..-- - - Clayburn Melt t aking astro.nom,y and . a <;oup)e , w)1p . '':femyus fug_it'~, so ,. we've heard wer~ co.ncefoe.a; . t~ese tre.'t~es . ran'• co;~~ist~· ~f a Mn' ch of 1!r ju.a ges, c 'h.0 - i Charl!.e ,s~, r~. ---- be~riil ~~n~iinger )V'E.fo mereiy · v'ery . interest ed ieft . and th~ Q.uar~ez: 1 ~ ~-:'er: .. . . .. !>~hm.~ ~hEdr act1_1 al prac:t ice. ~he ·I ~~n e?.cb to serve for nine years, by fT-r~. , Denra~w ~----- ~hr.I.~ F.e ntam im their w abTI, cbmfoi:tat le ·., h~s d n "Now, nd ~e JUSt !d€~t< ~er. q~;;, IGen•e va <:;onf.e·rence f .o.r . the ·set'le- the Co.uncfl. ' and Assembly of the ; T.~e rema.mder of .the progr'.3-m was q1l:.esi. of informati.o n .. '.['railihg slecpter or was 1t a g.oo. tim e t o ge ou . . !Jle.nt of the .AJ!ab>!!:ina Cl?ams as Lord 1 Teagu e N o mo. ·. .. e t' ,_r.a.n on..e JUuge . ...; . is ; m. .t •1.e ., character .. . .• , •• '";i. . •, , . of . a .. racio. broad. .. ~l_y . out ·c,f the dorm !like d <>.rk, si1ent 1 . . . . .. . . 1Johr: Russell d:eclared, ~ was one in- . chosen from an.y particuiar country. cast ""._ith. Max De~ny a~no.u~cu. gho's,ts, t!-.ey beci:~e i.rrimed iatkv inIn ScUfeg~o. class t he otl-,er o<l a.v t~e l volv~:i g :a qiu.es~1on 9f na~ional t .onor. Choke ~s ~?t m~e, .therefore, _b.y ·t~e ~h~ .g 1.tr.!!l.e pr~~okmg i::r?gr am. co~- 1 ~erested i~ t !-: e brilliant heavens al:ove class '?las s1 rigmg a son g ab~ut a. h t Leg.~I Tr:eaties , For .~reve~hon . pa.rt\~ to th; ·d:!spute, nor. do . the sisted o.f ~ poiu.tic"P~ ~peec~ by L_ewis them. ~.ltho1 the moon w~·s. d.oiii'5 Ii.is tie g irl by th.e n ame of Katrma from D e1Spite all ~ts, . and strangely · jnd g es serve only foi· the lnegth of I T~oiTlp~o n, '.~ he?~ime .stoi Y by Mar. bmt to f.111 the wotild with diver lig.n t Amsterdam. One person woold st a rt enoug h owting: _. to . the pr~sure of ti.me req.ulred for i:he · settiement of tha Pisar; piano s · h byVfrginj.aHall; arid trying to biot out the st'ars, to sing it.h e song .and then Prof e:s or thos e <l~si.:j~g. World pea c~_, the .U . S. the particufar ·coase. Twenty-one· ~ind. a. story b,y . M a_'ry Riv.ss~il. Emily .m" ny r-I~n'ets gleam'e d ;brig htly. Benford would c·an s9me1 one's ~aine unc er Pres . .Ro.os~velt ~.n~ S :icy. R~ ot, states . h ave ratifiied the comp11 lsory Po~t spoke. ~ga m t~ru'. Doris . ~ad ~ d But what showid be so ~n'1portant the:t .w ould ~ake ~p t h. e s·o ng a nd g o .c rn1 := l.~d_e·~ a .0.e :ies . of· t 'ea~i:s . e::r1- j urisdiction , cbruse. Ferscn.~iy, I a~d . B:~ b Gre~nw.'~l d a~~~ unce<l for J ·a~. to· hri.n g c_r.lleg~ ~iris oub into ' the on. Of course e ver.yone was on need. bodying the arb1troaho.n 1n:0Vls1 "ns a1- m ost ,h eartily sym!Jathize with t he t .,e Helluv.a Watch Comp . ny·. bitter cot.cl of .a wmter m orning? It Jes and pi~~ f~r he w~uti ·~ . the n ext r.; "dy r efer..red to, b.ut wi~h .t~e add~i- 1 movement '.an:a most sincerely hope MrrNERvA CLUB ., · I \~i as th a.t.. ·u.~1u.sur.~ phen~me\1,on, th.e victim. One gu\l w as Just. in tbe word i:ionaJ proviso that the special ag ree- ' that the U. S. will suipport 1it. .. . . . . J shower of meteors. And you .may be ' · · · · · t b •t t ' th · ·. b · · · ~ '·· · · , At the th1rd meeting of the Miner · · · ,, ··t · . ~ Amstn-d1am whe n Mi ss Gard.e r was m en ~ su m1 ·~g . e presc1'1 ed No Cure-all f.or War v :; . . - . sur", 1.. was well worth se.cini;r, r r·g ardcalletl -0n. :J3eliev.in g ~n follo w in g di- 'questions to a11blit~atfon ,.C01u.ld. only .b~ j . This .much ca? ~. mid in . cllosing- a CL f) .~he .me~~bers , reai or ~old ~ess ~f how crazy peoplci may .h.ave rections and coming i n rig ht on- t he m aide by a nd with. .t he advice ·an'd Ther'e is no pih which miracu~ shohrt stones.- Lei ene Ga_ll ow ?.'I t old th.o't those who \Vent. . . .. . f h s . ·. 1' . . . .· . "T e 8.he.ik'' by Ahx ande'r I>'lim d.ot. Belva sana "dam" . Usu.all y saf. c on.sen~ o t e en.a te._ loua1y mak~ .an evil .man rr:'oral. Th.fre TI' l' 1,: ~ - '. . . : as. · · · ''" · · ' Th· l · · · · · ·· · 11 1e ~renk gave " ·· · · · 'er to let ever.y; o n e fi n ish 't he ·w ord he l~ _a tter provVi~.n ma.de_ it h~ces· .is no dosa.&'e, wlJJi~h \vh:en swaHowed M•a r r '.fet ~=r , . 'Short . ·Cut" . ·.- .b· c-, C. A. Club enterta'ned t heh or sb.e is singin'g . ,.sary, m .o rder to ..a.rb1tlr ate ~ qu<e.s:ii on, by th~ p'eople of thls wolr'ld,, wm c'reate Shcifa. " ~~ntd1. ~IS: Ad.is .by .g u·ests at a pa'r.ty gi'Ven, Noveml:~ r 16 · ; to run t he gau.ntl~t of .the U:· S. Sen- 1 in th.<0 m .a dispo.ilition to insist. that in- ·-- ·L· K ,. ye .~~ith. :as 1~·a~ .'by Har- at th.ei home of Dr: McAle.er. Pr.o'H fi · t' f rom · . f .ate. Prk v to 1~08, tt h ad been p'Os- tEirnat.fon'al a·ispu'tes he £11ibmit'ted to , ~iet . each. ) Xnngi~. by Edith W.hr r- gressive bunco w as played during tha eret sf~ su gges ~~ n . ~ne 0 si.blle by executdve agreement and · legal process. Tlle problem of war I ;.~ ,woas t oi.d .~.Y _Laur:a .~aum. .Miss 1 evening. Prizes ·w ere given 't o Helen ousr oud 0 ·.0 "iN htn af g €tln ehme~ VlStt._Ord otn w·itr.ont form "! treati·rs, to arbitra.t e . prevention ·rs ·one of moral devekip- 1 e ~:sbe,n tsc. ·d 'hA Je":'ish Boy''·s Christ- I C°Ia'fre l\1d len for high score ·and t.o a un ay nll!: er aivrn.g rie ':> • . • ·• ·, ·. • . , • 1. ·• mas y ara , Ad:dmoton H l ib ' . · ·· :1... k t.h ··h ·t·h ·1·. ·f . ·. pecuniary Gla1ms l!lg amst forel!!;n : ment, .n·o t quack rnn'edy. W•n en this ·T·h ·ff" . ..., ';'. ·.. . . e Efll Ro ms on for low 'scor:e. R e<1Urea r()!Ug e me o scrunmage Th ·1 . . . .. , t·· ., . ·. , ~ .. . 'ed - d. · d e o .•cers of t,. .e ·orgamzat1rn are f. h 'e t .. ..o. Id . f t f El -· . M b t governments. e c aims conven ~on is commonly recognt1z an acte . H . t L h . ·. . ·r es m n ·s w"r'e serve . m ro n o aza . or g an .a ou . 10 .. :20 .b · · . . · -· · .. . h :11 h . .. h d ! arne . eac , president; TiUie K ,'enk 'Id b h 't h t ' l k l of Fe . 11, 1871, betw.een t.he u. s. µpon we s a 1 av. e no m ore sue sa . v· ..J !j .'.J t . ..J u· ' B U·l . oot ,s W1. .• 1m.e oc s ? ong ·. ·. . . . :. ,. , . . ·. ·: . .. · tc;e .pres: u.e.n ; anu a u·r a Baum, Be· . ·eac h s1ue ._, o f t h e s1·ae wialk . A coup 1e a nd So• to. occas10ns !Jay written . THE MARDI'S STORE · am 1s an e:x-arnrle. . ·. Down · . . t!n• asal Armistice . ' · / eret ar.y- t'r eas.urer. enters .the b ooth w:Mcb. a ut ornaticaliy 1.9<?'8, 27 Oll11~ ·?f 46 a~bntr2 ~fo.n.s - af I L .tl'podn el ... c Jenhda7 , o!. thMe . whor~·~ · -----. , ,· ,__ .,-:p· L " th. t ' · .· ....L 1 _ .- · claims vs. f oreign g overnments weire ea er.s 1ke o n .t5as: ett oore ..ave - "="'"'= . . . . Quali t y 'G bods, PT'om:p t Service . ec~.. K L.Le.D e JJJ1 B JS up Ltl le uuo;:s . ·. ·~ ·" ~ ~ -. ;rm ~--~ ......................... _......"icil . d 'th :, ' · ·• ·by , s rmp1e executive f' , greement. / long been s' J :mutmg , t 'hes'e prfocip les I . ,, !Lo'W Prkes sv.nng o.p.e n an , ..e g en 111em an is · · · . · · · · , · .. ·~ ·· 'U . t d. h h .'l t·h. . ·1 ·. The Brv an tr.eatlies of 1912-14, from th~ housei-tops. Signs arEl not t swiung owiaa: , ome w 1 e . e g ir is : · . · . " . . . l " · d · -· -... . l I/ · () Tha'n k Y'o't'I . . h 't d t h d .. w hile not strictlv ,a rb1tr.ahon tNa•.1es, . ackmg th.at m ore an m re 't'eop e ~~-......-- ..,..,_-~_...__._ f ve~ a mce1 'fu s .t ?war : \ .or~. ·have a ·g.o-0d .(lf1al of me; it . .They pi'o. 3.re comi ng 't o lteliev'e them. \ . . .-...-.......-.--...__.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _...; not er .cou~- e .e.n .er s . an ·.so .1 goes . .v.i.de that d:isputes .?.;isings between I I. 'Christmas gifts a·re he'i ng m·a<le .by 1 • Are th.ere f urther sug gestions? • ·, · thei :lli t di t> d · ~.cf. ·· ·Th" the c·ontractin~ p.a:rtiies, 'Yhen a1_ploS"ni'ith ·.of .t.he ·E ng:ttsh (itipart., . ,rs an . ec_o.rr . gra ..~. .. . ~ BiEAT KEARNEY macy shall fail to settle them shall 1... ·• ·th .. ,,, , . . , . cl:.J·kh en have <l:e.c1ded to make gifts :a-nd 'F RIENDSHIP USED _ . . - .• . men.,+. \Uemg on e verge Cu a ne1 'iOUS f . Ith ... . ' h . 'th ·. \ .. .. . AS Y. W . .TH•EME b~ r_eferred. ~o i;n int'<l~nati?nal. c?m- btreakdo\vn, ~s 'taJ<iing 11 •1•est at ;the . o1 .· : e1~.:miot ers, ' e1r ,fa. ~ers, a~d 'wiin ~h'e Champ'ronsh.lp .m1soo on, .a.n.d that, pend'm g the mves- u t . ;i.. if ti~e a1l?ws, !for others \in their 1 .tig.ation , .to ·be c.o.m ple.ted ·· · · · ·a uiun e:r 1nn, _0 ma:na. -• .,_,, tine :... liROWNS EAT SHOP within _ . ___ : fan\iLi , es. 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' wo rld goe.s .out" ~s one conceptciin .o f cliUJd~ a . nu:nber of .a,n hltrati:on trea: \ .. ·o n Thu:rsday 'everiing the1 .Travel g·a~, llS . • avo-ri15e form. 'of drfll H:ii'r 'cu·t s Ate No'iv 2'5 cen't s a frienid V.:bich. Mi!?s H ileman used it:i ~ies,_ of which tha~ witl:i: ~ran~~· sign- .91\l/~ met a~ ~iss ·m1rv'~y's: . Miss wor ' Und~r 'Barnes .Pliarmucy her t~J k ",F r ien d ship b etwee.n Gdr ls.'' ed. F.e-b. 6, . l928.• _i_s _typical. ._D1sputns ,·.Tear 1and 1 M·L·Ss. Sutton w . ere ~u. es.ts of Tlie ,Goo.d rCitizen's Club of 'the ·· As .a ba~is for fr ierudship, 'she .mention.of wh,!l-tever ~a~u re, where. ~1~!.omacy, the clu.b 1 this. week. E.very member fou'rth grade ·have ·invi-ted tJhe third t • • r 'ed mutua:l inter ests or at l~sti , linterest1ed _'in .. the ta:l k graide to ·a .Thanksgiving . . an , a. p- h ;:is .failed .a:n<;I the ·.c_ontrac_ting. ar.t ies 1·w_a_ s kee. rrly p'rogram to preciation fo'r one ·inotpers in~<·rests, hay e n ot had. rec~urs~ to 1a c_o~pet~n,t Miss Sutt,on .gave .ab,oo;t ·a ·Montana 'be given November 22. The clu.b has' · and frankness. . tri. bun ~il, shall. b.e s.t~bm11'..!~ _.,t_o_ .t.:h. ~. ran.ch . . She rela.fod her e.jiperience.s p11anne<l . ,the · fo1lowing ., . €:nteirtafoment: , ·~h.e b(e.~ war_ to . hiaike f~i~nd~ i~ Perma nent Iriternabional Comm1ss1on of .gdmg to the ranch, also. It is Godd Citizen's 01u.b song to be one". .E1Ioise . Noa sug g€sted unrl•er 'terms of 'the \ reaty c{f -~ept: i5, s.ituafud' 'onhy severity .m iles frOIIJ. tihe :America 'tli-e Bea.u~ifu.l rcraril:lerries, ·ceiery I.:ettuce 't wo Wil!,YS of 'mak!in g friends-one bJ>'. 1.914. _But 'the Fien~h :treaty aJso 'pro- ,'.C,anadfo.n Border '.cln 'the ·Mis~ouri Flag sallute flattei:y -~nd ol\n othiir b.y faking ·an iii- . vides that _dispiu.~es, _n.ot ~et~Jed. h:~ di- •River. . . . . . ,. , Prayer Song 'and ot11er Go'od 'fiiliings. terest p'.e op le / :nlomacy or thei Perm. Intern;1t1?nal , After the business meeting ·a; social Ps ,1 ~,, ·T - ·h- 'k :. ·• -J rt' • · · , ·· r: · · · · .. . , . · ,. ' • . 'th . . a m ..,,.. an sg1vmg ean e · Ignore .all P,oss,ble im~ro v emen~s qom rrL, which ;a:r e ~uscep11ihl.e o.f. s:~- l. pen ~<l _w1 , . <lehcous 'tea aond wafers ·Patterson . j R~D FER~ in y c.ni.r p€r sonal a~pea;~nce ~nd cul- tlement ~ n the 11?as1;' of leg~ ! pn~ci~ 1was enJoyed. . . I Or'.gillil Tliariksgh 'i 1g Pl ay wii ten tivate a~d deve~ope t.h e m?st ~1sagree· _Ples, ~h.aJil ~e st,Lbm1~te9., ~o th.e i:.::r-1 ·by ClJ.a\i\les Ba8com, ·Gordon :p itlmer, able attitudes .an~ y ou w ill f11:1d .your manent ~o.urt of ,A1:l:itrat~dn_ esta~I1s~ ~ 'SEiRiBBLERS ·cr,;u.B. !·Lorene C.oatney, friends clisappearirW· Tpius ..,warned I e9 at th.~ Hoagu·eo 0 <:~· 1$, _1907, or ~ome . . . - - .. . . . . , JR.oll Call-each t1ells ' one thing for M.<J rjor fe Yo~pg lin her t alk, -How to 1o t her ~o_::npe~~nt trv~ur:ial, a~ shall be At the l~st me'etm~ o.f. Scnbbl~rs which he •is thankful. . . .. = m _ _ e a 7 Lose Frum<l.s." \ decided in ea~h ca~e b:y specJal ai;re~· .a most sat~sfac.t~ry elect10!1 of _offic_- ! :America :~;- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · "Keep frienqs by b <.d.ng consider~te, I ment su.b n;~tt~~g. ~h~ ~i~P.~:te to .Jeg~.l 1er:i ·":as ~Jd.: T~e Wi1;15uaJ .part of I The fo!til·tlh grade .alre ·nfal;ing ttur- 1 inte.resting, willing tr> ~ive_ ~e:v!~~· 1 process 'is to ~e made .o n t.he p~rt. of 1~1s , elect101:1 ~· t~t ..eae~ .o.f .~he. f~ur 1 key foa·v ors fdr th.e 'guests. and being 'o nesJJf_.:advised. P /w lhs 1· t he U. s .. by the Presi.de nt and the I Fre~hman meml:Jers rs .an off1ce-h0Jdl Papez. By bein g true .to on.eself "- - S e·na t e. are of [er! . . '. ' . , . .. . .. . r Db .ydu 'w•ish 'Christmas ..cards 'that 'yoo are irue 'to your friends.", ·. ' i c.ourse, _1hToa.der than . those. . ~ be l' ~~esid~t __ :.;:.;_:.;_..: __ _:._ L~n.ore . IWr.~·Is ,. are ~-iffe1'ent? You may 'wish merry, !. T p tJi. hen th.e little gir l fo u.nd . m th~ Roosevelt treaties ~f ,Y1c·e-Pres.... ---------- Y1.v ian Shlaes clever ones. · Perhaps ·:you prefer · :you burn ·Tahona-Blox who: .yo~ ..::~e 0 fond cf an.cl y~ur 1908. .But a~ h as .. bee n said, ,th:e :p?si· Secref~ry~:rr~asu::er ..-- Mildi-ed Smith f dr.ma:I, .e ngraved cai•ds. At :.any rate, hours enteriai~ing each other under t i:on of t he U. S. m the p:a st ·has ·actu- .Membership Chamnan_...__..:_·__ :.;_-1 - : .- the W. A. A. gitls have tt\he kind ·for a shady big tfoe-w.e r e part of the a lly l:leen morei advanced: . .~ . .. . . . .Jfetty ~nc~e.y which .y ou liave ,lfee.n sellircHmg. ·L o.<>k' .f JI :au.o. F1ienc'shi ps Hague Convenho~ . . Plans w.ere .c?ns~d~red op launch-' over their ·samples when ·.y·ou :make f. . ,1~i.:· rptt:Ea 'IJor:ooJ.iF, Mgr. rf1e.nw:w1pstho onf g ~liege y' ears are S ome wor.ds sh.olllkl be sood ,coriceT- ing .a memb~·rship <lriVe •as ·new ori'es your selections. Yoiuf.11 ':fihd n<it:Jidng o tod ayose o c, · , . , . . . , .. · .i. ·· el ·· . ·1. . 'PHONIE '4B lPERU, NEBR. 'd 1- htfua an.cl be nin g the Hague Convention for (Aue are mo~t w come: . . there! that 1s to be fouhd in a ten .. ceht Pet'.h eps . t he m os t ·· etb·· ig · 'lse When · I . M rs · . .D11ker n... ·· ·· • d · .. · d's stor.e-. · P eiacefui S· e ttlement of Internatwna reia. Mrs. Norwoo heId dear er tha n any mg e · · ·· · h B ·tt ' <H · ·"vi' 't · M" ·1 ·,, h' h in times to come .it's t~rn comp anioll- D isputes, p r ono.unced by ~o .n ast: ~ Ip em,, odn.. thm ~Ir t '~Rr.acte lw" tcA. shi < • : ·e a or a:fte'l"nooh Morre to ih'e one of th.e w.1se~t tre.a. 1es I a~peaii:~ m . , e a.s _ ec an g e . . .. - --- .-,. _., . .. . . __. = of p th.at a cup of. t s f~iends · toget h, e v er m a d e. The court was esta)Jbsh.- d1scu.s.s1~n on th'E'.1 c.haracter of free . sewmg t hat br mg • . . d of . id at the confe r e n ce at the H aj tie in 1verse foillowed. Mildred Smith ·read ELECTRIC SFitJE' er. Theie w er e tliree per10 5 e · · · · · .h ·h "C · ·B k." It fr' . . · ,.. . '. :. ·8 skit l 8 99 and 'rri-0difie<l by. a. second con- er s .ort sto?'. . ?~ng ·. ac . . . iendsl_J.ip tb.at were g iven JJ1 f" ce ·in 1907. It consists of a pan· Iwas an ' especia.Jly mteirestmg Civil '\Vh eh ·ybu are :pleasarit we ate satisfleli for Y· .·W.,. ._ - eac ·· h nation. · · o.n ·trutu.. i. Be ttY ..' , . _ ·n ~l.,re.n of ·oog.e s, fo ur from ; War story based _A!h ·Wotk 'Guararlteed 1i>ho.ne ·1.69 Thet dev ot10.n al serv1ce w~s . 1 J • to arbitrate Hinchey's "Day Dreams" and Helen 1 · · ' cha of Edn. MJa Jones Jo.y ce W~b.en two nat10ns agr e'el . . · , · . . . 1· :J. rP. CLARK Phone 109 r.ge '4ed the ·singing a e.·at'the ·meetmg. •. . p.ute, f ive . ~·==···=-·=-=·:-=-~-==-·============================ G~ a d 1s o f ·t Hese _J' udges ·are Brook'er's "Snow" wer e poems ·espec- , ._ ·

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. I sq u a d w as t o the .st ude nts I ing talks and dem on.stra.tlio n s will be t ..._.....,_...,._..,._ . C o c.ati on Friday m orning as a II g;iven Decem ber fr, 6, an d 7 by the - -•P.nd down- or fr osted ex p oseld p ar s , ..._· w o ol '25, rn onv . Mme. Slav ians ki and h er ent · u ro.g e of his .or h er an atom y on a windIn Bar tlley, Id a. Ma.y .Hey h ' d of pre'View to t he Pe l'I U -Hastmgs fo ot- I N h County C b.apter, American . h nd g one. They . . 1· t h ·n h er tb.1rd year ,as e a . - "'t or n - em~ a of sm g.e rs ave c.ome a . SW'€lp t la ke or river behind an tee- JS e ac 1 g t Miss ball g a m e Fnda,y <:u. ern - · I Ned G bell a special visited our Campus Tuesd·ay eNemng• cutter Th ese t h:i ngs h ave all been the .M a.th am ati_c s d epartmen. . orn erta inment w hich w as d e - 1 Re d Cross. amp ' . f of last wee k and r endered a most de- d . ·-' . I ~1 i..y students in , He ywood j s ia n atlive P eru g ir l b The ent . f o u1· Lif e Saving Field Repres~ntative o . d I· one- a nu .g al\ y- µ · j . d f rm two t t ining was m . h Hg htf ul prog r.am of .native s on gs an f and are bein g an d will a n<l raise o n t h e He ywoo a dde<llly en er a , . . t he American Red Cross, w!ill be er~ . d b th ormer y<etar s, ' j . • Fl anrd M arJ Or.IC da nces, If we m ay . JU g e ' y .e re- .J-i e d one this yea r and in :f.lu.t ure ' miles west of P e r u. / s ce n es. G erti e y nn '· . , to assist in this progpam. Cam.pbell s ception of the var.1.0us numbers on --unced the progr a m w... i1.h M ' d w estern h l ,. th t yeiars. Yo u n g a n n o headquart<TS are t h e i · the part of t e a.r g e au" 1ence , . Last ly, com es the l ar ge g roup w ho F or years and y.ears Be atrice h a.s t o be the Pe.n1 -Hasti n gs foot- B n h Off. h R d C ross in greeted. .them, an~ by the a 11ou n ' n in p airs, thre es, fou r s etc~, fr.om on e h a d a l ar.ge g roup of lo ya·l alumn1. was I . w as anticip · te d. ra c . ice oi t e e chuacter of musical comment heard -e r an ot h " r are 'bat chinrr.' In t he summer schools for severa ~ bal l gam e as at St . J_.ouis. 0 1 h . h d . f rngs n ·. " d s t ed in a ver y on t e campus t e This st ate of -do m esti city _is being '.n - /.. -e ars G ag e C ounty, of wbfoh Beat r ic: F r ed.die Rhors bro a c a __ en e j P enu State Teachers C ollege h as the p r o.g ram, .th e. ur-press1ons m a c:l.u lg e ::l in fr om a group m nn 1' is Cc•u.nty s.eat, h as se.nt u n n :;u amu,sing fashfon . In the1 f11 st sc ' b een on e of the :forEmo:it. colleges in we1·e many, eifect.1ve an.d on the hou,se d own t o ind:ivid ua ls and ra·r s .deleg.a.tions of summer scho : > l · h a· hea r d t h e Hasting s str t ' . . h I ·., -f av orab le · " cle nts. In 1931, Gage Co unty h a<l t ,e ,<>,U• ·· uc w o e qui.e , . in t h e typ ic al 'h all- be1d room ,- H ere ' stu - ie.nce . , ·o o<l F os ter t h e state · to g ive 111. . :ion \n sw.1m The g roup of si.n ger s, /b oth as _m - we find~. occ.asic:n ally, "n atu.re in t he ! th e (la r g est d el egation of s t udents in o l a y w b 1c_h w asn t so g . hurt- m i ng. A n inc r e.3s mg t~terest a~n~g di vidua.ls and as p erformers, ed .muc h of t h e cook ing, so I su m'mer sch ool of any cou nt y in the q usto n K m gso.l ver, Ma r ce1I as S I the s t u<le1I1ts show tbe1r recognition a va riety of appeals. In wd r e to J.d. H owe ver, here are lso J and J.a.st y E)a r it w as s econd' ti f f , I ihy•d Perry, . f th impnrtance of ma k ing swimvariedness of . fo'.'.nd the <tlem E1nts 0f g.o·c1d f.e llow- /only , t o Richal'ldson and Nema.h;1. fur nishe.d ,1f it t o . : ca fe cport. S e ver· 1 w ho have f er ences of pE r~nr'. u _Y• c arac ens c shi coo er atrio n, and th e ten rlency . C.ount S up erint1endent Jofeph .Miller c.a lb d mu,~c- T ese s ame ..o.y s oo m mg , ~ . , swimmin e.xsta g e presence, ·ind1v1du.al and g roup pth , pt f t h er t wh il e ba r he l1n s ! . YJ s of the cl ass of 1901 tlte part of the Pe r.u band m t h e Ee- p a ssed the e x a m:rner s g 11 th .d on e par · o ..e s 1s an a um n.u • · h b t . t• a r e pl a nning to re.new p erfo rmance, as we as e WI e to smlille in th·e1 fa ce of djf ficultv . and .a most) loyal one, t oo. cond s cene. The mu.sic was .muc e • .a~n a wn. . 1a1nge of numbers offered t~e p ro- These are o.f t h e chief elements th.at __- _ t e-r. We must say tJ11ey ma.C'~ a p r etty t h e ir c eirti.f1ca tes. gram w.as one r easona bly d esig ned to . f u ces~ in l"t ei· 1 g ocd l ookiin g b and . Th e t hnd scene / - - -- -- ap pe al to •an audi ence of broa dly ~o toward m akin g ors c ,_ The f oHowing ~re. tm~bling 'in the p c ;tr·a -· e d t he res ults of t h e g,- m e KITTENS DROP FINAL TILT diffe rin g musical tastes. life. . s um ma r v let it be sugg-es- ' hig.h school or .prrnc1pa(J. the Ward w h ic h c a uses th e a.ud:ience t o. go i nto - -• As judg ed :by the .attitwd·es of th e Theh nttnf t , - 't fiifk p er .ce nt I sch r ols : Arne h a Chard, French h vr terics. Bill Shumar d ·2 S P re si..:.i e nt I The Bobkittens th:eD.T 1 a. or ona e ue.1s LIY . t ru ctor~ Lewi"' F . (11 ' • I game of th e sea s o_n t o Ste risteners and h,y subsequent c~m- t e.d an dt 99.44 hun dr eth per ce nt' an d E n g rIS h ms . r .· , of . Ha stings coU€ge commit t ed s : ic.d e 'jf m:11 . rh n g . me.nts, the b aritone was out <t an<l m i:r ( ld t b . at1· on ) of me n ' 26, h r1ad r.f IndustrL?.l Arts, Ethel b v shootin cr b h1s e lf b:ecau se of" a last week, 31 to 7. T h eir pa"smg at. . wou n o e m ex ag g er · E' -· s H iott I "' ' · 1 f th T.al in !:.is solo w o.rk. Hi1s rend·e nng of in s.c h ocl c oile 'El Uife is n ot e~tirely Reed, ' 28, H,om ei . c onon,1c_' arr . pho ne call s ay ing H a s tings h adl lost . tack, .;on ei of the features o .e . • his two select i.ons w as followed by " b d f, • g,, A ·eat m qn.y of Sha cke lton, 16, Girls Physic al Tr~m- 1 the fo otball g ame. Ther e w ere r u- ~ madge game, was n ot :fiunctiomng, . . .a e o. i.oses. g1 .. Ch t l . '17 Supervisor ' d f genero.us encores. Appreciative re- th . t• d I uries of fllife 9re rn g, H. L. a e am, , , m0rR that .a bil0nd·e i n t he au ci'i en c e l ?r!!el y due to t he str ong p<>s s- e en""e sponse was also givem to the solo ~.t~I~e ies a~ u.~ th at< t h " ~en · of InstrumentJ2[l Music, C arrie Ru::sell, 1 fa1~ted Ashton the dean of m en st~rling p r esented, · .allowing the 0 1 work on the part of the tenor and ~ e n ow, 1nh rn elr d· c-a ,' 1. ' n- '26, p1inc ip a l at Belve.de·r E< W.ard I t ock p~sson .and MarJ· or ie Young , '\ P repsters t.? c omplet e put o.n.e o u t of m ::i.y p r e a :--e1 1 m · se ve.~ e · .· M Al ine '29 is · · ' . the . . all to comoet e wa th t h eir fell ows in . sch o0l. KathIJn e . c p. .' ' d€<':l n o f wo m e n when h er g u n mis- \s ev en passes. . resp Y l 1'f e. T - h e,y .._, ·e.s f1rve -all the h elp at Glen v or scihool In Beatrice South fl.r ed was s h ot b.y Bill .Shuma r d w h o 1I T w.o of thet B ohlntten's attempted . The committee . . . :- a ibL! . f .r .br1 g . 1e.t.er · mg g r OIUl)J oi s to. ou.1 cam - :>nd s m na th o£fo re.d t h em- t r :mg.h W rrd. . . . suddenly c.ame t o ,1ife. In tqe fou rth p-a<;: ses were ent e r cepted and conve rtpus'. ns to be commended m . he se- . .y.ou'll ynot far offe ri n g rruu.ch ,,f . . The tribute LS. s c e n e a go.at b y t he n a me of Has- ed into t o.uch downs. . . lect1on m ade. ot t h e latiter . Our m od er.n you th is , In a. u mq1u,e -a·z:d mtere.stm g ; tin g s WJa s led t h.e s ta.ge w h ile j Sterling made1 a ll of t h e ir scores ·1n a small h a ve tne: pn." 1lege p r ouil·. J f ashi on by Mrs. Edith Carpenter ; t he P eru band play e di. the first thre e quarter,s w h ille the of he1 2rrn g such g r oups of srn g er s F owle r , ' . 01, She says that €< Very / T· h . lei't g·o odJ taste i·n· P rep sters sec.uretd t heir lone touch. ' · · h h rd e n r ogra.m 1a . . . m their own cemmuni ttes; .and t .ey lett er in Per u expresses .er eep, h - - th f :f. the ame d own in the :tJin a l qum·t e r .aft er welcome s uch p rivilege as was offer- BOBCATS WIN LAST HOME G.A.l-v.IE J1E·?.r tfc.ll t lov,?Jtv. These weire read· I t e. hmc.uaf o e very on e or g L h h - ·-" bl k' d a S t e li"n, p u11t · the• comitng · •• nner • t ern ocn. eda ,...y ti2IU. KocI e ~ 1.J 1 g b II ed m and the offe r ·mgs of •i at the P eru d) at Lmcoln by her of t e th · · Chorus. · d ·f : om p ag-.e e n · ·) ' husband Ex-State Supermtend . · e<e•n~ . an hvapSta 1n . e so .J.Eii do ver .e· t he Slaviansk~ (Co r .t rnu·e . H a z• 1 20 y.a r • 1m e.• t I1e Br nnc 's one f oo tl·v · e. F n. efe r t Fow ler w hen .he sp 0.ke: P. D . C. •ENJOYS STUDY PLAYS o.n t e eri., mg aze culmin ated llhe ·d1·ive on the next ; p . to n w e nt tt!,~u the Sterli n~ 1me for P•ERU MEN SELF-SUPPORTING w hen his line W' S rr oo cl I . I (Co ntmu.ed fr om pag.e one..) 15 ." ar.d." , K izer a<d deo an t h er th ee f er t he touc hdow n. Gain e's r 'l ace ki ck 1 P eaceful ; p r e:t e w oi.tb.y; p ru dent . acters show the same cont rast ; look yards and on the next play L eab.y (Contfoue d from p ag.e one.) for the E1X tra p.oint was good. . j r la , e d by pa s~ an.d p r esent p e,d.agogs fo r . itil ) carnied" the ball acro~s the g.~al line, d e aden tl:e p a.n g s of !iJu'nger unt il H astin g s t he n l aunched h er . f in al ' ?n a pedest.?~ , a p a.ttern of _!fer .feet- / The m ost g.or geo us co£tumes e ver f where he :fumbJe. -1, v< J h Cr.p rn J £1m ::i re fun ds become• avaibbl e. You t hre.Q.t, w.h ich ve r.y .nearl y succeeded . I 1 ? 1~ ; a . p ea ~! oi pa~tlic~l a ;r prli ce.; par- ' p resent.ed on t h e> Peru S tage aicc ord - ; so recovering b.p,]1 fc.r the s core. H am i1rht find t hose wl-.o :-vou ld be inB.v a su ccession of r.uni~ing pl ays, 1 tic i_:-.~ ti ~ g ~n P_aJpi t a t m g . probl &ms; in g to t h e pro d u ce z;'I w ill a <pear in zr.Jton r irrled ri.fl'h t end 0 ?1 a 1'l teral ' 1 clin ed to difff r on .t h e s u.b ject. j interspersed w ith a for war d p 2ss, : h ) i p l'ed.omm ati ng m profession al prog- ''B erkeley S q u a re ". New c ostu m e s pass rit ay f or t he e xtra point. Howeve r, these ar e ex-1 Bro ncs a1dva nced to the B ol: c at 7 r ess. ar e bein g m a d e for .a lJ th e c.har a c t ers 1 Sterling mad-e a drive up the fi e ld ceptions to t he r.ul e. In a m ajcrity yHd m arker. A t this junctu r.e the . E notice the .tr av.e ling g owns, the ball in this final perio>d in a n attempt t o · of cases t.hie sw.an of d.ome.~ tic h ar - Bobcat li ne rep ulse d all runnin g atE asin,y a n e x ample of e x c ellence; .an r :i om d r e ss es and c r e a m c ol~ red SU:its inc rea: e their lead hut t h e B obkitten.s. mo ny and t r anqu ility 51Lid'€s over a ' tem pts a nd t h e d esve r ate , Bron ch o~ ~n.viro~ment . fer enterpTise; _exce~- .o f t h.e gentlem e n ;;:>.S t he y wh.irl th r ou- stopp-ed <2 11 fur t her cha nces as the sea u hl:: lem·ish eid b y mo r e th,"ln a . elected t o p ass, whi ch w.as k n ocked t ion ra 10 _ e mm ence; enco.u r. · gi~g- 1 ~ . ·h th e m aze s of a 1784 CLa•nc e . I n q u arter .e nded. r i!J r le of sac ritice a nd d isc ont ent /.down ;in the e.nd ~one b y Gaines. / endeavor, .a? e~blem of enthusiasm, t his pl a.y tbe a u cJienc e w ill fi n d a As a result of their v ict o r.y over if yo u will p ar do.n the inam:r op riat e·- 1 The game e•ndc;d a fe~ mcm enls 1 ~~ fix e~pli fi cati.on of eloquence; ef.f- , h isf-r,rv i n c oE.t11111e.. t h e P 1 epi:.t crs, Ster l ino- still 1 em· ins neEs of t he simi!iz·. l at e r :with P e r u scrimmag m g fro m l-.er / ic.ient in eduoaho.n. I 1784 dem ands •a n ew b ackground: undefeated fo the Nemaha Valley Thes e w b.o ar e u n.q ue:.' ionabl y .20 .ya rd Li ne. .J • • .R. . . . . so ther.e fore a pale, creamy set h.as League . 1 to t ally self-sup port ing p erh ps n.~m~ 1 ' . The ent ir.e te a -n perfr rme.d i n er. id- ' . R a · ~ a trn_g ·,1~sp - ~s i b: hti:13 ; .r.ec~gm- )-e . n c·r· nst r u c' ed es ;· eci all ; fo r " B ei k Peru 0-.0-0-7( 7) ber abo ut h alf the g roup bem g . 1t?,ble st~lfle, freqru.e1}t fumbles bemg z~ng 1 a.~k, 1 ecordm g r ehzah ons , re · · eley Squar e". P a nneUed w lb a - -O Ster li ng 6-l3-12-0 (31 ) consic.e1"£1d, or one fo urth of t he mal? t he m aj or item .in m a.riing their i: la. . cup:ocati.ng remem brances and raph- Q ue n Anne f u rn-;t c; r c, be ~ u i:fiuJ Ii ht enr r llmenn These m a.y be cl asseti I However , the Bobc•ats even !}d up t he s_odized m rhym es a nd rhythm. ifig a ll w ill g c. IJ:> geth f·r i n .:-<Ii.din g the in thre~ gro up s: t h ose! w h o h~ ve ledg er by re ccwering a p.air of BronU b ewi gged a n d p owd.e ed g hosts of , h \ FARMERS ELEV ATO R saved en oug·h m oney to p ay t h eir chos muffs. Uni!erst~nd in g ; l\l..~-lift~ng; .urg ing past.in m ak.in g tr..eir " ex i ts a nd t h eir ·, way es thev .go along ; those who ar e Me1rcie r, Alex ander, a nd R ou.nd.s to the ut.m ost a n ul~1ma~e u:1.i on. of e.ntran ces" _a n d e xt.a' l iishin ; a p - r m a 1_ COMPANY earni ng th eir way t o t h e f.u1b st ex- were outstand in g f.o r Ha stin gs, whi1e ~ nd e rta krng~; usherrn g m •utlhtari an- e nt r e.siide n c e fo r t h 1:1m£elv es in t h e Coal, F e e d, and Gr2 in t.e.nt; a nd t hose w ho are a C"cm l::rin.:-i- '.::apt· rl n Hatcl:.er, Pliefert, 'I'c lly, and i is.m; :u.nc~asmg to unfo Ld an up-to- m inds of their a·udience. W. H . Hut ch i n son, Manager ti on of t he two cl assrn pre' i · ur1. ~ armich.i el looked g ood fo r t h e Bob- 1 date Utopi a. men tioned. The oth rn· h~ lf ·or fou r t h cats. · are r ecei ving so.me ou tside help an d Lin e •UP 1.PERU E NTERTA INS PRESS CLUB ai·e hdlping th ems-e l es t o .a g r eat er Peru (7) H asti ngs (0) / . oi· less .degree. Carmichel L E Ha rb oug h , (C on t inue d f r om p a rre one.) I Th roug h w h at m eans m ay one earn Pate L T Stanton fo llowing lines w hlich h.e read-· all or part of his exr en.ses, m a.y Peek L G R cru.nds ''I've b.een ar ound the world · .a bit GAR AGE r e1ac'l ily be .a.ntic.ir.a~ed as th e logical Punc.hes C Pierson from eastern c oast to west Is the Time t o Order T u rkeys, q uest ion. He re, too, is in ter eEtiinrr T olly Storage, Gas, Oil, Greasing R G Pa·~so.ns Fro f · h ' ,., u m or e1g.n s ore to f cre.ig n shore, G eese a nd Duck s for T h anksm ater i al fo r tl· e dudent of econom ic5. D as he r R T BosEiman but I h.avei found t h e best First comes the mor e obvious mE th- Cowell R E Brown To be c.u r own N e.b r a" k a w it h her giving . G oodyear T ires ods of stu.dent eµnp loym ent on th e Priefert Q B Mqrcier hills and p rairi es ·w ide campu.s, in th e librar y, . d orm i ' orie~. du1ller L H Dutto n Whe re j ust m y k i n.d of common folk A sa fe p lace t o l e'ave y our car .a dmin ista-ative a n,d facu1 t y off:ices, Gaines R H Glenn in t ies .o f p e<> c.e ~.bid e. a nd locke r r.o·oms. In this cat:lgcr.y H at.crr r F B T.aylor J,ust common f olk w:ith co.inmon aims, H. Hallenbeck, Prop, P HON E 115 mlig ht aJso n e cl assed those helping Of fi cials: r efer ee-W.ulf Kan.>as City; to b uild a st ate of W<' rth., - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - ' 1

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1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 5-8  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 5-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 5-8  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 5-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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