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Hatcher Brothers, Dasher and T olly I R ace Prejudices from the Stanclpoint An anthology of Nebraska Hig·h He h as moulded, ·B eauty of Se't, Costumes, Theme and Last Game of Other Groups is Presented Sch?.ol Ver>:e, edited by .L oy E. Owen, He has sculptured. Action Was Unusual ----I h as recently left the press. This is "R ace R 'a I ·1·o ~ s and Fr eJ·uc,.IC ~" W B ' Pai·n.."i'n g·, "Berke.by Sq.uare, I though it wou'd With no defeats and no tie-games• ' a co.II ec t ion of f or ty- t wo poems sed the 1932 Bobcat Fr..otball eleven end- cliiscussed b.y Kathry n Williams and lected J?y a committee of wri ters from That inseparable companion of ,man_ look like this.'', so fp ~.ke Peter S'. an ed another succernfr I season by i Arnold _W' al~er, ne gro students at the fifteen hup~red twenty su.bm it~ e ~ . Since the aaw.n of time ish as he stepped from the rushing tro.uncing the Antelopes, 19 to O, / t he Um v e~·s1ty o~ N ebra·s ka wheil'e j Grant McClellan, a Peru freshm an Re h as scratched, spe•ed of 1928 'into the gorgeously Thanksgiving <' av at Kearney. I t hey a re v1c€!-pres1dents ·of the Y. w. from Ed:g ar, is the a.uthor of tw.o of He- has d'rawn, gowned London of 1784. The meta.Peru made twenty-two first downs : C. A. and Y. M . C. A. Helen Cassidy those chosen-''Snow" and the one He h as painted. physical th eme of thi , pro.-'.uc ' icn r . t o two fol' Kearney. The Antr.,..fo~es / and MfTedit h. N eilson presi.dent of : printed b.elow, vnke.d str,. nge thon.ghts in the minds never t hreatened: the Bobcat gc.al hne these two organizations were also Poetry, ·o f the audience wbi "'h .att~n<'ed "Perthrou!!"hout the gizme. , p r €1Sent. THE FIN•E ARTS That inseparable companion of man_ j keley Square", given as a budget Capt?.in Hatc ....er ar c.ourte i for three T.o this campus where the prol:lem \ . Since the d aw.n of time d D b play , Fri ay, ecem er 2 . touchdowns and Games boote d one of rae<e• p r ej ud ' ce is untho.ught. of Miss , Arch'1te~ture, He h as pictured, In tl'>i~ go rg ~oml y g owned, fm'lcthextr.a p-0'int. Miller a nd Prief ert r e- WiUi am 's t .,.lk was startling but pre- : That inseparable companion of man_ He ho s scribbled, ly runnin g p roduction pictures apc.eived several pa.sses th~ t. pl ac ed t h.e s ented an entirely new phr:> se .o f the ,. Since the claw.n of time He h as c·omposed. p.etr.r o'1 that mig ht truly h 9 ve b<>en Bobe>ats in a SC'Ormg p osition on v an- q u e~ tion. "Yo.u have g.i ven tre n ·; r o He has dug, torn from the pages of 1784. The aus occasions. his freedom b.ut have y;0u? Here ' He has constructed. M.usic, I most imnresS'ive scene was perh.Pps The weather was .id eal f or a tu r - m one,y has .a fixed v~ lue doesn't it? l He has bui)ded. That inseparable companion of man_ · th at uf the b llroom in Act two hr key..d.ay game and a cr.o wd of 1,20.0 Y€1t some ·pl ac es when a 1hlack hand I Since the daw.n of time w ·icl-. the r'ainb maF s ,j., sn·o wy w'g 3 1put s twenty-five cents on ·a counter Sculpture, witnef'Sed the contes t . He has hummed, and billo.wing ~ k' r ' s and me i in J ea _ Dash.er, To1ley an d t he H atcher it dooon't h ave the rai:ne value as it That insepar'ahle companion of man_ He h.<ts beat time, tif.-Jlv f itteCT b e· ch r s .an -1 er a 's iJ terBr~thers, fo ur vet · r.an 'Be.beat playe.,.s . \ w ould, h ad a white h and he1d it. In· Since the daw.n of time He lrns sung. min g.ied ilYl'ingin g with th · m th~ v<ry received their last taste of fo ctb aU ' m an.y rest aur~.nt.s neg ro:-s are not rnr- He has cnved, Grant McClellan. j f ,_ . tL . f esssnce .o t i:.e mmuet, "e ~us1 c o for "Gile Peru". \ ved at all and iin oth ers th ey are :> sk- j I whi r h ec h r e :l in the .r i st " nce t 'i r org"1. Wheather tr.e Bobcat s will receive I ed t o come 'into the kitr h i.'01 . Train out the a ct . That the C<'St" m f.s wrre recognition as t~e .~inner of tli.~- con- 1 sea-vice is 'likewise• -differen~. for .a fl l Pr-0-cl u cts of ca·r p ·s n : eC: k s make:> 1 ferenc e will be ·C ec1: ed De.cember1'. t 'i coloi e"f per~·on, p.ullma n .P' VI eges ar pr lse mor e a- prop · i t e. when the conferenc.e exec ut ive c nm- I rrot g r ant ecl; ther <i is a sp eci i> l C"r. ·~ Mar o(l,n velvet dranes over t ~n g mittee will go into ,a ''hud::J.:>" at Lin-1 " Tl:e Jim Cro w'' fe r thE\'Il. Yett you J I pa nnE>led windows an.d ; rched a·oors, 1 c-0ln. h a"Th ve g iven us h·o w· f'ro;,d.om. "J n,.ct d on .v ol'r oId. The K aop · h · togs .an d come _ a Sigma Alp'ha, local be?.ut:ifrl wPlls of a new set. Q.neen e.n y.l o .u a vet , g 1':'t~: t " y ~eg~.o t o o.ur <d anc~?" w as the 2 nnoun~ ei Mi9nu al Arts fr at ernity, has h ad dts Anne furniture and fire:- l a'!e m ·r' e ed t uca \Cln•a oppcr um 1 s. e m j · · · a most fitting setti ng fo r thi~ pl av ' . . the so.utI-.ern sta•es . t he mon r;y is .so i m ent m ade in chap el one day la<rt i pet1tw n ~ccep t ed by the EpsJlom .PI S<:? t in a rn ansi~ n b r ilt .v. h }n the Un " ej u n:qually p r op crtioml for white 1 Wet~k. And ' 'd c> n their t ogs" m ost of I T.au, ~al'1on 8 l hon~rary I~du~tnal States was you ng, wh e n J <' h nson ;ind \ ch1!.dr &n ,an<l n eg rr..es thall the lattf r ; the students .did Saturc"ay evening 1' Edu cat1on 2l F raternity. This IS ·a . :R<"swell att - n!'e d L · n :' o'1 c' in e ·~ . n i h.ave 1ess than one-fourth to I f th " .l • ,, t h Id i g r eat ·honor t o b ~ bestowed up 0n Sir Johsua Reiynolds was p aint ing · ll"· K y w' Sec'y often th h th f or e .u e:- ress1on p ar v e n , , N ah-0na ·~ ~"~n . on e -seven as muc as e ormer ! the biicr gy m . Surh co~ tum es as ·t his gro up of stud ents, both for the nob'ilitv. Visit s Per u p e-r c aip ta. . ..., ·. · · a b oat s 1 iling ,J gunnysack and .g.mg h.am dr<.S: es, st udents a.iid for the schocl. The Ij "S uppose yo u •re m "In te rm arr1 <1ga between the two i o ve r·1lls t orn shirts and C'ord uro ys b d th . f It d . .~.own a winding st rea.m, yo11 w "f " h Friday !DOT'ling tlie l". W. C. A . rac:es !is .a mat t er .of person nl opini"n. 1 d b'. ' _, . ' E ' me rrJ e\ s an eir acu Y a vi:.ors 1th"' b ~ nl·s as t hev p i> ss vo u y 0 11 sa 'N _ er Jes, :v "" f'1 f! nS were worn. very _ . h' Tl: -d b'?'C'\•, ~p't to the student body of-\ However the negroes as .a wr.r-Ie d o t t b th _ ~ d er . -go to Karu: a , 01t.y t is h ..u r~. •a.y . a "rove of m ~ pl e trees up strr.P m J-.ut 1 . ., . . . one wen o e :'Ir s _ e , a n e• y . 1 " can't "ee t h em now so V<'1l s11w Pern one of the most rntere. ttng p r. o- n.ot f eel com t e n ation . . phment'.'lcl bv - m ar l·Bl"e 1 one h a:d .a goo d t'ime b ecause they There• they w1Il attend . . a 1 •vou • ~ · ' • grams of the year. Leona Give.n s m- with a whit . But prehaps y o.'l fE-1.' l ~ were. thrnnselves. meet in.g ?f .the Vocatnnal ~du c at1on- t h em j n t he Fa t , .did n' t yr .u? Yo u' •e tr.orlured the Y. W . C . A. . q 11P.rt:t, 1 that we nre ~uch. ardent lov-rirs t~-at I The m'1.< ic w as furni sh ed b y Hall's ~l Assoc'i•ati? n, an.d on Fr1d.ay ~ven- 1 watch ing a fi eld of clover now. It's <cc.m~osed of .Gw-emd ~ lyn Pa m e, Ah ce ('ou c an't res•1st us. Y~n m <ty tl-nnk ! famous .da nce or,. hestr.<i.; Avery Hal1, I m g :hey will C!tte?d th: n at10nal b€Jfo r e you r eiyes in the Present. But 1 yo u .don't k now y 'lt wh ll t'~ Auxlf'r, MaXln e Rf<bert«nn andL Ada l that yo.u can alw.a.ys p1 ck us out as 1 v·1rg1nrn . . H r 11, Chet B.owen,. M·or as / m ~.etrng of t he Eps1l·om P1 Tau. ar "tl.'"d • · k . , Br?d,y who ,,sang, 'My F a1th ·oo s /, colored b. t y-0 u c.an't. E qr h v-E•ar te'1 / C::h b ·t J . G h d p·erce , Afte.r the b anquet t he K appa Sigt he bend ah ea d of you. Ther e m <ty , ,_ u ez , en .y ra am, an 1 • . . . . . I . . Up to Tliee. t o twenty tb'111 Sa'1·d n egro s cro s ov<1r ' M d M w· t D W ,1 1 ma Alph a m emb nrs w1Fl be mit~atet:I 1 be wonder.fi11l t hings but yr.u c an' t see . t 1 d , . L h h' , r . .an rs. 1n .ers. r. are, ::i.n , L E ' Ch f h E . A{'tPr t h e q.u r r tet L e~ n a m roe uce / w1t n t e w zte r a·ce. t1 ·.e • t t a .apter o t e psi 1on I t hem until yo u get .ai·ound the 'b end 1• M"1ss D avt··as.on were th e c haperones 'as . S _, 1 S k " . p· . Th . . 1 the S!'e~ker, Miss tw ·l'l cur oc , Do you. thmk that the. ne?'roes f or th e d ance. unli·ld r 1b r !\r d gave a 1 .Ta.u fr atnmty. . e.. f.ollowtn g is in F ut ure, c a n .yo u? Now r emem ber h Nat.inn!Jl Student S ,-c retarv . g num b er. a. "hst ·of .th ose t o be 1mtiated .at that vou' r e in th e boat biit I'm in t he ·sk·y · · of . t e I feiel any kinder toward wl-i1te, pe "ple 1· sper1. •,1 t ao d anc.m . Y. W. C. A., whn f!·"ve a m ost m ter- tha n ynu do for us. We don t. Wh.y 1 E .. · t h ome t t Le accus- 1 t.1me: , ab·o ve yo u in .a p la ne. I'm loo1' ing ' . " I . . "vcr ..one wen ? I' c:: h . w·11 I estin <r t9lk on Growmg Up . . Fmdmg-. the sk,v, .s~m «J J t ~m ed · h nur of l0 : 45 sa~fog they . ~ te:i en Games, 1 ard Cox, A - .cl own o.n it all. I can see :?JI at once. 1 sho.111~ we? Sre brou.ght h(l,me to .'her au<l1ence llr conver~;'l.t10n rnore m ter.. .J th ere wo.uld b.e more .da nc es :. bm E. L a rson, Eld w.a rd P eder sen, J The p ast, prese nt and f ut ure t o t he d '. bu Udin.g . , h opt>U some vewy trl.'e fa cts wli1ch o. e t r- n s 1 estmg when .yo.u meet me d.0°sn t L · . suc1,. as- th a t one. A n d per h a p s tllere I Okla Dal-.3greITT, Ger ald T yler, C. R. I1 m an in t he boat a re all one to t h e to forget at times- W hen m woman , cnver the f a ct that you are i gnomng h 11 b · Lmd.st'r om and A . V. L ~r - on . who a- e . man ri n the pl a ne. Dc esn't t h at prove rerP.ons l•i_l' e a mfl n we mean t h at she me: My pHiloi:wphy. r~g.~.r.dinir t~e 1\ s a e. , on the c.amp.~s ; Bar .i well o f Hol.c'r~rre; f t h.at ~II ti me mus~ re ally. be o ne. R eal rea!'<ms like .si.n add\t. She sp,.,ke oi' \ att1tu:de of race p reJ.uchce 1s that a Coy .of Mad ison; Ch a rd of Beatrice; t imc.>-real time .1s nothing but an th e words c:ute a nd sweet a-; 'l: e' n'! in- Jlentleman w on't insult .yo.u an<l less PI GAMMA MU idea in t he mind of G'od." 1 an d W ilcox of Ka ns as City. fantile and stre·s sed the idea t h at it t han .a ge ntlem an citn't. In aeci<leng TM:; ·is a g r eat hon o.r .and privilege Th at was th e key iriven to the a udis m •1ch more inter -stfo rr t " be twenty which v•ie w .y,.. u wit! take. jn the prob- i Pi Gamma Mu, Social Sce ence Frat- 1 t o be bestowed upon these students, :ience t h at t h ey might acc omp any .year .s of age th9n ldxteen, thirt,-r th an i !em f oll.ow the dict<> tes of y'O.ur own ern•i tv entert ?.. ined the.fr new m em- ; hoth f nr th-i a amittance to such a Peter St a ndi'S h, h aving .a -dairy for a twenty, or fifty t h an t hirty. I t is : mind not the tradiitlions an<l b el'iefs ·hers ·· ~t a dinner Monday eivening, fine fr at ernal -Org anization and , for p assp or t , int'o the <l.a.y of hi> ance. tor. inf.?.ntala f or a girl t0 be ccoecl t o and/ of others." · ! Nov. 28 ,in the H~me Economics r w m th e o.pportunit,y of attending the N. Come.dy was produced by the unusal petted as sbe WPS in the .b ~b,y st_age. Arn~Ld W aUke·r's t alk was i~ .a light. l at 5 :30. / V. E. A. m~etin g. A~ this m eetin g breaks the mod ~rn youth wa~ bound Annther ic"e a she .e mnhas1zed was er vem_ but was as ar p eallng . He Dr. c. M. Brown gave the a<ldress t he ·c>.utsta ndm g men m the Indust- t o m a ke fo r gettm g that .all his presthat fo rmerly it w.3s though t that comparfl'd the r ehtion .o f the neg ro of welc'ome- to the neiW members and ri al Educ.?tiona l . work in the United ent ,associates had been de.adi more poople who mar11ied, marrie~ each and whites to tha~ of harmo~y in 1 the response for them w as made by j Sta~es. They inc.lude Dr. Homer J. than a hundred year s. other because they were so <l.tffer ent pi a n o. To hav_e true h armony m mu- 1E. Albin L arson. J oyce Grubp Sec- • Smith, R. W. Sd v1dge, O. H. Day, Dr. Will ard Shumard interpreted the in thei r df1Sires, hopes .an d ;deas. Now j sic yo.u must play on b-Oth black and ret ar.y, e'Xplaine.d the or,g ani zati.on l Wm . W a rner, Dr. G. C. Cox, and le'.'..il.i.ng r o'l a. in a m 9 g nii'icent manner the ideal is that they don't strugg-le '1 wh.ite keys so in 0rder -to have h ar- 1 and p.m·pos e of the Fraternity. Music 'i oth~rs. rea ching his g reatest peaks in those against each other, t~ey struggle t o- . m o.ny in · the wotll-d all races are was furnfoh.ed by a trio comp·osed of T?e c.th~r scho ~ls represented. in ravin g m ad moments when he realgiitber for so.me desired ~nd. \ needed. Prof. A. B. CLayir urn clarinet, D r . C. 1 Eps1lom Pi Tau at the present time ized that he who had be~n in love Tfi..e audit · rium .acturuly ".ibri t ed He sp·oke of visiting a family which .M.~rown, violin, and Wilma Silence I are : wit h th e p ast w hen really tra nsp·o rtwith !Vl'Ji&s Scurlock's personality, ~ntl . lived i n two shacks which w ere ~irty, 1· piano. pr. c. M. Brown played tw.o I .Ball State Teachers Colleig-ei, In- ed there was imprisoned in what the audience felt that thE>y :would h.k e I crowded and cru.il e. Yet the mother v.iolin sofos accompanied .by Wilma I d1ana; ~egon State, Cornvallis, Ore(Continued on page four.) to become ver.y well acq u amted wit h i as she served the son's meal was at.- 1Silence. gon; Ohio State, CcOumhus, Ohio; and her. e nt ive to bis needs and wants prov- i The new members to Pi Gam rr a Mu Miami Stat.o College; Mfom, Indiana. "-_.....__....._...._...,._,.....,.. These desires were granted in. the I ing t hat "Economic st~ tus ~ari ·.s from r are: D'orothy Myers, Raymond Raw: me1?bers of ~he Etta ~hap~r. ; CALENDAR afternoon discussion at the. a.u.d1tor- / g roup t.o g r?up (but affection 1s the ley, . Ailee.n Cox, . Harriet Ann Kfing- I Eps1lom P1 T a.u, .wnsh to smcerety Tues. Des. 6-; iu?1 and one at the dormatory rec re- j same w ith rich or poor. S.o. with_ the soliver, Lor.a M ajoro, E. Al bi 1 L ?rs n, thank bot h ~rofessors A. V . .Larson 9: 50 a. m. "P" Club and ,. at1~n hall Sunday. aftern'Oon, both of ~egro th:re a re the same ties which llEthel K-0ser, Carolfo.e Calder, Ch ar- and C. R. Lm<lst r.om for their ex- 1 W. A. A. wfoch were for mixed groups of boys j 'm t urn bmd .us. lotte Anders·o n and Doroth,y Keyes. t reme p atience and wonderful work . 7.3 p. m . Science Movie and giirls. On Saturday night and • t owa rd th e affilllliation with this or- , Wed. Dec. 71

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' quis, September Amer ~an,N-0vember I I this club it is a r.ule that to eac The deb at e squ:ld •he mage" by I. A. R. Wy ie, j n ~rs are to bring k . r ep!rring for . . • . i Ameri~an; "Reunfon", by George meeting the ~ean some. original t\'l'i<:~ ~ . wee is p Mn viUe, ,Mo~ Sur.dez, August Deli?eator. nd I t heir contribamons of . Thuts- invitation m et'lL at enter {ou'l; . Twelve crime stomes wer e fou h·' , .,.,... 'Story, essay; or pla.y ll e arly in J anuary ,nnd w f tbe . • d ystery of t e J P'oe..., h ene d t h at a . :l 'rlembers o . b:u~ .n o typl~l mur er m Ex'ni:ght it just a p p , e l:eams. E:iro_pen~nce. ,t . Fir+;~~ . 1 genre so p opular two years ago. I day e sc ribbling s we re-poem • ~ · 1~11d are Lorene M'><>t11:art, _, • "•ht amples: "Poolroow'\ by Morley .~al· but on e of th 'nk that t h e pa.st w:ek WH1a:rd S'!J,uma..rd, ~ ~eW11tt; . ~WIJ~ l agh an, October Scribner's, and Mr. On e wo.u kl t h1 hin of an inspiration DeWitt and Raymond :; Nat h an" b.y Joseph"ine W. Johnson,, h.as b een somet g . F oils City. Coach D. J. Nabors 1>Ja 1 b2te-_, Aug.u st Atlantic 11,fonthly. • for poets. ·on was ·3 ·charrrilnv, a s <-.r non of .about twenty -five 'e Baseball, footb.all, tennis, ~unt1~g, The one prod:i~:.1 r essa.y; entritle d, in addition t o the N ebra~kt.. Stat_e I prize-fighting, an·d the Oly~p1c g 'il_m ra . thoughtfu~, ·fam1 h a tivte critRcism w a '> tourn ament. T he quP.<>tfor. is . . t~e ,.. Peru State Teachers GoUege-furnished material for e.1ght sports 'Rev.erl es. Cor struc h h tful and eHation the War debts arid m --Published Wef'k!y a• • stocles, which are fait-Oy clever and. l,giv,en and received in. t k:;gthein r e.ad t <f iliainiain · at a 1 .most , deannerthe . .Mr~. B~s anu_, "Don'ts' . un. There will be no :i-udges for theEntered at the Postoft'lce of Peru, Nebras k a. as s~cond dass matter. SI .00. genei;ally ~musing, , . "AT¥ Sweat_e:r; f-0r . helpf1.Jlh'mts 'Do , . ' am lig htf.ul, ,P_erha~s, is ., h imself .a some . it;>. . ~~ . the Club g ave free int erc-01Iegfate deb<ates. th~ . 'fear-5..c si~&:le· copy. Two'', .bY, Justm ~tu~~ .._ - -. : · ted £?.f poet ry. en. · d ritli.cisms . . · .. . .. .Yaile athlet~. The ·stot y was prln expression to opmfo ns .~n :_ and TA~I AND TRANSFER '"1 } in the Pictorial Review for October. . o.f ' uhor.i g'in~ convent1onabsms u1 . . . p r a:; . Ta ·a nd ,jrom J4~h . , . M. FLORENCE MARTIN .· The sev.en . stories .. deallng with .the . g~nerat style of t he m·o dern, pop a r . S~rv)ces m k eCi;; a nd· other t,o.wns, ------------;-------------l 'well-known counsel gay- 1 authors. . . .· ' b.urn. Nebra s aCHAS WILLS ' ·" Adylsor ------------- - ---------- J. Vi_· Ty er ety and courage, as a .rule.. Two, . . . . CALL 67 ... , · . however, ~ll of ~~ par~t;" .wh~e. METHODIST CHtJRCH. Phone . .. STAFF :ASSOCIATES chilfl ren 'have decided t<1 send them . _ ·· . - o f Jesus i's 3'ust as ,i Wjlina James -------- ----------·------·-- -------- ------ - Albin Larson to the poor-house. ,, , .. hort S&e: hot\;. '"Not story '-ti.y in· . 'il'he su f~ uc i ency Hair cut , 25c-: S hampao. . 25c '· . , ' . . . H Milstead Bread Alone ·' .a •s . ,. s . . od. i us as it "was ·in J t he Ni<:e line of H air OiJ (Jheap ·· " Anne ,Jj)nsen. ------------..·------------------------------ aney the October PictoriaJ ~~e~; and . gretat t ~y or ence a.n e arth He . . · 1 · _ Irene Andrews "She Was Old", by Gra~e 1.'landrau_, day of His pres , • to us· BOB KNAPP ,.,_ ., Carolyn Calder ------------=.:---------------------------th $ ptember Scribner's:'~· · , should b e more th.an a ~emory ' .. Qn t he pav em e nt next "V i.:i • ., ' ·' ' D roti..~. Eckard m e e · l ' " f 1 t ries He sho.uld be to all contempor ary. Marg.aret Winter --·- ---------------------------·- ----· o ••, Fo.ur rather tr1via an ma s o . •I ' ·t·h o· alwa ys,, Swanson Hall ..~ , · f d. : · · - · · , -· . · "Lo am w1 y u · ., . · · _._ ____ ___ ___ ___ _ Roland Edie were oun ., , · ' . · iii · that· nineteen .)'~elm~ Ann Brolyier ---:-- -..,- - -----------Of forty-tw.o -storieS°'clas"ed onlv as Whe.n you con~ er · on.cl Him. . · · · Co · · __ Fred Rohrs miscellaneous several are ·excellent; centunes have not g.one b e.y . W1lma #Jacka --- ----- - - ----:--·Aile.en X -------- -----~--'1 ·' Th .. will ·linger in •it should stir the h$ r t .as not hing ., · · . c rr(ll Br.ogna athefew,memory. master Y· ·. ese · · 1k ·u t b etfore CHRISTMAS ! -! Gerald Tyler - - ------------ Sq1mre Watson ---------- ar i a ".T he Fa"ilure'!; b y Ka- else can, . whale He wa ~ J s nces A fine line of . r easonably . the · e Haviland-TQ., Jor · N"~ ern.l:er us in aU th.e crow,d ed c1reumsta pr.ic~ .gifts are a-rriving: d a lly. .when . graduates ,from high scho.oJ and enters college the w.orld• A · "A Fanril:, · Alliance" by of our i ndividual life<. We invit e you to vi ' it our s !o ~· ~ . D f-litiea• .... h service, . . h u m b le though .. expe_c.ts, him t'Q leave behind childish tastes and likes ·a nd t_o turn h is at - Dmer1can; . th Canfield-.:·October:. The cnurc . W e have the m ost r epresenta01 0 · · · Y • may be, IS · f.ot, ' the p.urpose of. heJptenti-on rpore tQ ~bought and appreciation than pure en t er t amment · . tor; "Sanctu . . ., 11 ry", ' .by. ·Margaret · · E. ~t tive line o f Ch r istmas Carili! to "T~ reception of 'Berkeley Squ are' " says D. J. Na~ors, l: e a.d _of _ the 'Sangst er, November Delinea t.or ; "The" mg . ever,yc n e mt.o better e cq.u am tanc _ be f ound in. t o w:n.-All lower sp.e ech department, . ''will determine the type of p roduction to be given ° 1 Film Face" by Vic\ci Baum, Novem- with Hi m. price d than e ver .befo re. . .. this car:npus" hereiafter. · If b.y the attitude the st_udents ~ake towa_rd tr.u~y ber Ladies' HQm.e ~·O:ur~.al; .~ "S~range . The chu~ch school at 9:45 .a. m. an~

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Morning", h~ ~a.theri.ne Brush, Sep- .t~.e preachtng hc<,~r at .1 1.00 a: m. a~ t J mber GoOd Honsekeeping; "The 7:30 p. m. are1 hours ni w hich t e W.omen in His Lif~", by MaJ:gar et E •. chur ch; hopes t o be o~ aid to ·~ne an_d Sangs i,er, Nov<;m 'Jer Gpo :l ff-?USe "eep all ' in· m akin_g t he int r oduction of (Wh e r e y our money b u y s moi"e) ing ; ' 'Short· Cut'~, _b y. Margaret Car-. Jesus <:lear. · . p.e nt er, . N qvember Scribner~s; "The R_emember your c~ou .rebe.arsal at . =:::::::::;,_;,___~----~~----F ifth .Musketeer", a shcrt, shpJ'.t stor.y Prof . R. T : ~eniord s home . every 70 CENTS b.y Ferr.in ' Fraz.er, Aug.,n st Lad ifs Wednes~ay n~gh.t, also ~ra,ye~ meietwill Clean a nd Pres s you r Home Jour.nal· "Garden Flower", by ing e very Wednesd·a y m g ht m the suit · Sar a Haardt · 'Oct ober Wome.tJ's· Hom e ju.n.ior r oom· in t he church basement. P e ru Cleaners & 'Pail.<ks '(,\. Companion ; ' ''Experience;', a n .am4s- A goad· cr owd cam·e last - meeting J. A. CEJKA. Prop. · ing c·owbo.y }'·a rn, b.y W•w ne E. r a -m, ni.g bt .and ~e are look in.g fo~ m ":e Phon e 62 September Atlantic Monthly; "A Lit- next. Th'e• p'Ook of L u k e is O." r Scrtp tie Cap f or Angel", by Anna Brand, tiiire for t his present time of study. October Delineeator. , ~ J . W . H end E.r son , pastor. Twenty-.foui: o.~t of a. _hqndred' for: - - -..- - - J . E . FORSYTH . ty-eig ht-. Where . ·.i:ls.e .ncriyaq.a,ys BAPT. ST CHURCH wor'l1d an iinvestmenf yield so high. __· _ .- ~ Ha r dware, Plumbing, H ea t ing r.at e of interest? ' . . . c. . . E lectrical Supplies nn · c-harrg-ec; Th.ts was the s u bst ance of the r e- . W. heat· a n t1C1pP.t1 ld h . _. "'I . h tO rea!,_ d h h . Katherine Wialiarns and Arno Walker. stimulat.e t oug t m t e port given to thEi· N·a fional '' Engllsl) : ization, eons.iuer ·a ,., e g rowt · t~Aes· . .minds. of all who· he 11.rd th.~m · Wednes ·foy night. Tr.tie the prob1lem of ~ce Fr ater.nity, Sigma Tau -Delta, adts' re- ,Place. . • ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ prejudice is not vital to f .e ru rs a c' I ~ege g-roup. fr r here we 1Jr e alJ ~vh.it~1 gular meeting MQnday, Nove~r 14. .! Services Sunday, Decem ber 11: (or t i i nk we ar.e) r ut the teachers go·, ng outi w1ll h ave Negro, CJ-.111es'e~ . . : : ·-_ · I ,, 9:45 •a. m~ church s chocl. II:OO a. m, I Service with. a S mi.le '. In-di~n .c~ildren.,in their chi s s. The insight into. the h~art and Jc·ves of I \ mornting worsh·p.. Sermon: "Lo·o king ' R IG HT- A-WAY another iiace that theiie two f peak«: r s g·rant.ed their aud.1ence shc.utd make toward Bethlehem". M.usfc by the them ,broa de.r, ·g.ive them more · underst ?n.ding of others and above al'1 . a -I ch_oir. . .. S h.oe Shop fuller i i:isight into the lf.ves of thd r ieUowmen. T his. subject. of r ace : I 6:30 p. m . jun'ior stud y , ats.o you ng friends hip h owever is one which .all m ust at sometime meet and p ass I ~~~-~-~~ people's discusst~ n; judgment on for it ·is one of wr rld ·m p·or tance,. Tod ay t he-wcrl:l b l:eco"U-' I 7:&> P' ·m'. ev eni'ng ~nioll seFvice. . ing more .and mor e. one .u nit'. wll r aces ne )Jec'O n}ing one ~ommen J;ir other- 1 . 1'RAVEL CLU.B Gospel te.am No. 2· Wit1, .o n this da'·e . .. ho.od. It a1:omed the qu~t'i'On-- -How shall I treat m y neighbor? \ · _ _ . - -. . go to Union, unless otherwisei a nn, . Bu~ prejudfoes do e·xi'st or .are. th ey only thou.ghtle~~ sH_ghts? Dr.d._,yru This week•s. meeting w.as a• most in-· ou.nced. A. E. .JOH NSON, l>. D. s. i ever think th.at t. ':' fact that .yo.u ignored t ha_t qmet, p.n hai;s p ood,y dnss . ter esting .o ne. foE Mr. Nr r.W'ood. r·p -,ke W ednesday; Decemller 12, the I I t -.RAY SERVICE eel p erson and the ? c-ommented ~n he.r ap~e?.ra.~ce or actfons as she- p·asses on his t PaveJs thru~ Engla'ld,. Eu~~pe, church will cooperate ·in the Fat her'l PHONE 36. would make h er h e ·awake all mght sobbing he~ heart out? Remember the Metli~.errani~n Sea·,. . Q-ree-i~·e,. and Son panq u et sponsored b.y the Y. M . I that the rarest p·e arls ar e oft en bene~th t he p lam..est shells. So alth ou-ith I~aly. Mrs •. .rsor-.y~wt .flaslled .the· col- C.· .A: · we have no. black J:>row~ bro~~rs •t o who.~ we . c~~ ch ange cur a fltu .:ie ored and .aetua l ph'o to.g rapli i;lides• on; PPayer-meetfog' .and choir practice - we can er aser. that ~1ttle i;pot, of app e.".r ance preJu~ ice from our hearts. the. scr.ee.n a~. hei·~alked. ~rn . n':t tt ese will be·. m ade Sunday. . most enj~yq<;J.,P..y-·th~.,.groqp -\lit..ere1 t hlr. · , · · · D. S. Coad, Mih:is~er· 'P ANNING FOR GOLD beP, ·and ' Novemb.er issues of t h e>e: N.orwood's own sn,apshots taken iii ' - · :.. ~ - -Sc1tjbner;s Har per's, N ortl't American ·It aly. . CHRISTIAN' CHUR'CH Mary Belle Norwoo~ Review; La.dies . Home J ournal,, W o" ' 11 Ther:e. is a gr eat wealth· of pay dirt l'nen's Home C r. mp · n '0n, Good Ho· s·~PERU PLA'VERS: · Sunday., December ll: AND . ·in the stream o;f c urrent f iction, es~ keep1·ng McC-·'l's D 1· t c ~ Ch r h h l t 10 o I • .., • e mea or; osAfter a ' short · business • ineeting, ' · · u c sc 00 .a : 0 a. m. · pe.cia!ly aimong the· shorli istories ap Pfotod a'l Revfow, and t he Caroline· gi:-9.up,, the "Stage M:orning wor ship, con.du·-ted b.y th ' pearing in the monthly mag.azines. Amer ican. No attempt wait made t o Steppers '', p resented a uniq ue; one- Chnstfan Endeavor- Society, a t Il:O ; The prospect~r is const a!'ltly enc·our- inctude t he weekly magazines; such 1 act play, "Help Yourself". The fol- a. m, o, Ph<i>nes, Residence 28, Office 7 ·aged IJy . the· g tint of .p r'e cious ore, an:l '.as, C::oUier's , Liberty, and the Satur- lowing cast p·o rtrayed it well: ! . Junior ·and sen ior Christ ain E tla,y Evening Post . Betty Curtis -------- .M.ary ru-ssdl deav~r at ·6:30 p. m . Hoors1 9 to l2 and 1 the d'iligent miner is occasionally re- · Qf t he on'E) hundred forty-eight, Andy Stoker ---- - ----- Max Denney Umon ev.e nin g service. 7:30. to $ warded by·· the dasc?VePy ~ a reaa sixty:six ·aire love st ories, most of Eaith Curtis - - - ------- Mart hn Pisar Loren Dur.ton, Minister I Of much ilirt and ,whlch nr e · Reg0eB··rrus ______ trash h av.e t o be float ed t o the sur- thoug h, should not be overlooked: I Mr. Curtis ------- - --- Bob Christian :"" face and thrown o.ut; many .a. p a nful " The .M.ounted Trophy", by Justin y.ields not.b ing more valuable th an Sturm,1 in the Aug.ust Pict orfa,l R&MINERVA CLUB m u.d. Nev er thelless the pa'. ient view; "Wher e1 There's Smoke", by New Une of Notions searcher collect con- L Wilbur Another interesting meetfog of t h e si.dei,able will t reasure in aa com d" RDaniel St!!-e.le, !in t~e Oct ober • t ure" a ies b ome Sch<><>l Supplies·. And T-0Uet COods pa1~aitively short t ime1. One v, b:i. s l J ournal; R "'" " The Dep h . ar- Minerva b Club w as h eld Thursd ay' · , y e ma ·o umson, in t ·e Oc- I Dec€m er 1. T he prog ram was cen- J recently has made a strike assures tober Harper's; " How Beautift' l with 1 ter ed on hi.n~r;"phies ,,f well-known ' Fountain Pen and Pencil& Set Good Eat,s ··others th.at t h e ve:in is rich ·rnou'gh t o. S~;oes", by .Wilbu,r Daniel Steele, in authors. The aut hor s considere:i Vier~ · 1 justify a gold r.ush. A chart of the t he A~gust ~arper's; _a nd . "N.othing I Nat haniol .J{awthilr.n e, Booth Tark-seasonable Fruits· . Groceries Veget~bles ; region, with .}and-marks potell. is at All , b,y L\ncr.Jn Kirstein, im the inp-t on, Ralph Connor, and Eligar . · Fresh Meats 1 I given below: September Harper's. W all!'ce. Miss P et el"sen r f.'ad a ch ·p . 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It Mrs. Tyler: "We will n'Ow read, er finds their records in. a pondero~s members of the first grade .are mak- a certain well kn.own football player , was a pro·o f that. they had qarned 'Love is Dead,' .u ntil the bdl rings." volume, but rather he finds them m · ing tbei p · , . t l d ,, h mentioned. I pricked up my ears one hundred points and were thus Some people must stitl be wailing · .. r : c lur.z.s m o c · n 11: s. , ey . . . he bell to ring. · o ne of two new steel .filing cases, are the.n and here's what they stuf.ed me 1 .e nt1tled to full membe1 sb:·p and might f-Or t which were purchased to. hold the p anmng to g1v~ these g'ifts t.o with. Of course, they didn't know 'P beg:in earning points for IE.tters. their p·a·rents. Some of the second At the initiation proper the aspirtudent's academic records. was listening, or they might net have · J1 Squire W a.tso.n 6.s so anxious to s t d t d h grade boys .are making wooden book ants to tho alub were r.equired to attend chapel , we1 wii'll ·see 'if it can't/ Since 19.03, s u ~n reeor s .ave ends. Ver.y t>nerge-tic fiMng has stayed to give me this interesting bit push beans across the floor with office, for him to been kept m what lS known as postof news. their noses. They 'were then as:k ed b e arl'Snged at t'-1t.1:: made them smooth eno.ugh to be the come t o Girl's Club. He almost got binders. These binders,· wich will The first sparrow said, ''Say do yo•J to walk 11.r.ound the gym mther on prod~uct of ·older carpenteirs. Spool b · ther e \ ast time. hC1ld form six to eight hundred reknow who the t all mug is who plays I their hands .and knees or . Y u~mg . on the f ootb a11 the .d.uck walk. A few other ph.yit1cal s:cYrds, were satisfactory when the dolls are other f.avorite articles of 1eft enu..J I t"'. um k 1"t JS school was sma.Jl, and . when ~here constz:uct.ion. . Pec!e3tals a nd other · ?" ' ' stunts c·o nvinced the old memberfl of Some• people's ida<:i of a vac~nt perobjects are" also bdng made. · team. · the eilub that the initiates combined i od is sitting o.ut in the cars rn front were not so · many records. But · the· ..,, ~ , . "Yah.,_ I know who yo.u · meain" re- •no.ugh of both pluck wicl talt\nt : to 1 of the dorm. Probably not so wrrng.accumalatiion of records over a periplied .the other sparr.ow. "Why, wl:at come into their group. A crimson W. ly named either, judging from what d f h . t The fourth gra.4e ~s A . A . was p I ace d, on eac h en t rar,t's o· o t tr y yeaTs mad e the syst em _ PI'.,.o.u d of the about him." w.e see. too ·bullky, cumbersome, and imprac- Arabian sand table. It has just conh d he ll · t th t : f-0rehead as a symb.rl of Us a.cceptance "We1l, I ear t ye ow ca a ·. he . A 1 tical. Approximately 15,00 records structed "in oon·nectfon wit':i. the ~tudy 1 . . society. pp es were pass1 mt.o t M.r. Naf>·o rs has Jived through · a~­ wa.s filled in twe.nty volumes, which of the Araos-r' Aiifoiifr ·ihe m · st inter- I has been runn\ng around tbs campus ' ed . aro.und and the new . members otheT play and is doing as well .as can were- divided into five groups-re- . .. ..b· · . :\ ;·i & ":,.-. h \ say that this fellow actually got ser- showed the geniune W. A. A. a: p tft.~. estmg q :.iects of ~ ~ 11cene .are t e . . h "· cor.ds ·o f students who entered be· ~ ....,. , . .., , .. · . · ;..: .. . · ious and went to classes on tune, had Those to be taken .mto t e organbe e.xJ;>ected. were: Hdem , .. Davey, · · Li'las tween the Year.s 1903-10·, records of clay Jlouses... t. h....e Y·, ..ha.ve · mode-led. his 'Je3sons, and even recited in Amer- •ization • students who e ntered afteer 1910, b.ut ican Liu • r ature cilass." RemarJ,&J , h~ Wagg·oner, Mary Stou.ffe~, , Lo.uise Just to keep brushed .u p cm the doAfter a study of c.olors mc.<it suited' first sparrow. Sc · tt, Leona Ebl: e· s, Ether (r. .b·r l e, ings of rJumni, w.e hear that Vi ·ginfa did .nc,t receive a .dipl0 ma or degree; . o rec!tiv.e d a to their d.dls' complexions the girls ''N-0w did .y ou ever!" exclaimed t1'.e' ~hE•lyn Cr?wf.or.d, Norma Craw:or.d, McNeal is working in her local post records of_ students wh office, but she complains that it also two-.ye~ r .chpl~ ma; recor~s of st~1der t3 of the fifth l!rad·e· sewhg cJ.-ss be· a 1 second spai r-0w. "I wonder what has Lilla . Nav~ux, Eldora Mcimnch, •Catherme Lima, Irene Vanderfr rrl, so long to read all of the post cards. who raaeived a degr.ee; and one vol- making outfits for their doll.:;. They come c.ver the poor follow!" ume w'b.ich c.ontained the records of have been d-0ing much practice in ! "Oh, nothing to be worried much Louise H~emann, Virginia Vance, Whi\~, p'ract ic.\ng \ite sa\ bg the cth~r the students fo school for. the cur- gathering for th":s work. f ome of th 1 about, I guess, responded the first Velma Barstler, ~armeUa Brogn.a, virls ,'have.. begun doing their first sparrow. The poor fdlow · tas .y ou Ruth Hanlon, Doris Deav~r, Wanda da.y, Gilbert C.ook dropped a ring into rent year or summer. Recently the records were taken / machine work. They -.are trying to say) is only in l.ove!" Leahy, La Verne Setzer. .. · t he swimming pool. It took a great out of the po.st binders and placed in get the d· o lls ready to · gj.ve for Chris"Yea Bo-" piped up a:nother spar-· deal of diving before it was tinaAly · ·r.ow as the other two flew away. "resc.u.ed". Of course, Gdlbert prob- one of the . new filing. cases. 0.ne tmas gifts. FARMERS ELEVATOR , ___ Dear m,e I am afraid there is too ' aply' wouldn't have been s o c · n -er:· e I four-Crawer, leg al-cap size file holds records A s t,,;,i COMPANY l>ut you seei it wasn't his ring. Mr. all the students' permanent b R ,..e · s h.ow was g i ve.n b y th.e sev- much of this going on around this e'- e"' "'th and . e.1g . hth gra·d.e sewmg ·· ten.din"' Coa·l, Fee.d, and Grain ' Cook mig ht have had s.ome r ather from 1903 to Sept.em er, 1932. c1ass campu.s and not enough · "' s·r.·c.· W. H. Hutchinson, difficu~t expl: infog to do if he h adn't c~rd sheets are filed ·a~ph~l:etica y after the .flirst s'e lf ma.de garments ly to bus·iness. Too many of th<ise ~t.u- I Manager witho.ut regar.d to the mme the stU·· · . :t.ed Tb . 1s d ressed up dents let their Lessons interfere \\lith '\ been successful. d were·.'·fi msn ..e ,g1r th h d d ents entere or w .en ey -g ra u- . ·th . k . h" h their education I wonder what we - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - e .r new smo.c s or pa1nm '.'s"' 1 · ~;::;::;::;::;::;:::;::::;::;::;:;:::;:::;:::;:::= ated , an d everv s t u d ent w h o ent ered 1m .;. · 1903 d S t b i th ey h a. d m ad e and d"1sc.usse·....l th e re· 1 can do about it• P b eru ~twe:m ; an ep em er, , sults of the work done. Befor~ m akWho can suggest a remed.y? Ju!t THE MARDIS STORE 1932,· will fmd h"is hrecwd filed · th ese <1b"iect s th e gir . Is h a d st u d - come and tell me d falpll· 1 m ir · some day when you abet1c·a1 . f er have •ome s1·" are time · TJ-·'s Quality Goods, Prompt · Servic;e. . Jly among- t e re;cor s o ap- 11"ed the su1•t a b'11e co1-0rs and 1mes · p 1· r o .t. prox1matel,y 15,00.0 other students. th . h .. d" "d 1 t h d k b JI! pla ·o· isn't the only one who Low Prices A new permanent record form was . · eir ow. ~n ivq ua ypes, a wor n~s it · _ ..J t d ...~or th e records o_....J' s t .ud en ts , m th<:J .f1ttmg of giarments, andTh had · H<I.OP e . Thank You · · S 't b d .done m uch constructive work. ey ent enng in eti em er, 1932, . an h d . l" ed • d ff ' b" d · · ll th a 'Spec1a iz . tu ·Yo ac .nr_11_ m • DAWSON PUPILS PRESENT t '-i:.erc..>a rter. Th"1s f o . ~ 1s sm er . n irurs and cellars. \ the o1d f.orm and fits a letter-su.e , . ' . . . EXCELLENT PROGRAM 0 f th fli ce .. 1 Makmg of Chnstmas presents IS f 1·1 On the 0 with you·~ e. ne .0 e new i_ n g cas s is the new unifl of work. ChHdren's · of letter-SIZ!J and was purch1<11erl t.o , th t . ls d . Ml of Dawson it wouIB seem ~t1 the year 0 . ·- ~ -··· . c o e.s, aprons, oy amma , an p m • • h old the J:>elC'ords made un after S'ept.- :· t.: f th "ft b . nessoo the school pageant "A D ay •. d h ' cusmons are some o e g1 s :e1ng • BROWNS EAT SHOP emoor, 1932. It w as estimate t at · d. of Thanksgiving," presented in the this file will h old the permanent, ac- prepare achool .gymn·asfom there Tuesday evPeru, Nebraska a·demic records of the students who ening, November 22, uncler the dir.ec- I will., ent.E<r P~ru for the ne~t twenty ; The general shop class has been tion of Miss Ru bv .L. Brown. J years. , _ · :busy. wit~ many projelcts. The fifth The prol10g ue, ''The Gift of Maize," i --K-IN_G_S_B_AR __ , ; and sixth gr~d.e .boys I-ave be:rnn rra 1· - suggested the eheought that, had ~~.c--. ing toys for Christm3s. Ame>ng t hem America per.;;ever.ed in mai nt;.i.ining Your Patronage Appreciated · ~ are g•ames, puzzles, toy cannons, and the friendly relations. estabiished be- I Hair Cuts Are Now 25 cents .door stops. tw.een the Puritans and In.dians mu h 1 Under Barnes Pharmacy . . 7 • and • •. . . _ . _ . . . _. _ . . . _ _ . . . , . .._ . . . , . _ . . . . . . . . . . . .'.. \ In the-' seventh. eighth grade of our so-oaU·.. d Indtan troubies 1 mi 0. ht ! ._ _ _ _ f'ive bo.ys are makmg drawing b o ~ rds, have been averted. 0 Au.stin _Hanika, ~huber~., went t o t~e four ar.e ma.king .b ?ok racks, n°n d six In Division I, Scene One, "The First - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - hospital m Fall· C1ty on November _g or seven are working on taberets. Thanksg•iving," .must r emain long an Wilen you want fresh meat. Teaches marvdled at the beginnin~ , for an appendicitis operation. / Alb.in Lar.sO~; who has c.h arge of ~he inspiration to thank Godi on the na>Fresh Pork- Yi hog at 7c Jb. of thief quarter when. they sa~ u.s go 1 w.ood workmg ~la.sses, makes JOb tional holiday and not me.rely enjoy Corn fed beef- Front ';4 at Sc ing around like this but smce our Evelyn Hopley, Tecamah, has re- sheets for ' each project. The boys creature comforts. Ssene Two, "The• 11>. Hind ';4 at 9c lb. enthusiasm has returned ~o normal tu.rned to classes after having bee~i ill h~ve s~eciell w?r~ in wo.rking . "".it h . Festivity," revealed the de.epl,y root .d j the people all ot

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's1 centuries t-0 wh'ch they tr _~y l:;elo g - j sh o.ul-d p r ovq:1 no exception. It is r unning mate hy virtue of h is.. h a.re..: ed off ered m ommts . which W( re ' doubtfn i that. t h e inexn eirie nced, ca- t ?..cld ing· a nd i:r00.c1 of fe nsive work. i carried only by strong acting. Thefr p-ers will a'.tain ch ampi~nship h on ors l At the g u ard p o11itions are p laced' love ;.scen~'3 wr r.a u n.u•ually w ell <' on e. tr.is, .yen r. but w~U sw·eay prove a Bedea o.f Tatle R ock and Har ph am cf . Th,c1 st r a n O'E!y_ str ong , i ntfllir e :-it m ~Jp,n_('e to an OPDOSlt ion. Aubu rn. Bedea alt h ough light, . i " ' a nd perhap~~ h augI-.t y K .-.t e f r u n<l ( x . Coach E·d ie, h~nd:ica.pped , throug h- smar t and ag·gr.~sive, show_ing- up : cellent p<;> rt;I:,;;Y<' l at th_e .1:.ands of out the year . by lack <?,f well! agai nst the Fr :1pst ers. H arph a~ i Dorothy Br~F\nev. Her. contrast to nr .t ··r i ?! · for -2thlet ic teams is is &ti.Jrd.i ly b.uilt a nd ,a p ower fi:l g ard . \ H.elen . was E:mpb.asize.d n nt only in m <iking no c.ver ze;<>Jous predict ion Bis speed ,<>.nd drive S"mbine to mak e. ; a<'tion but lD t h e ar..pearance 0f . the " <; to tr.~ p rr sp ect s of h is t he scarlet jer seyed g ridler a .ver y : sister~, K at e b~ing fbsh'i.ngl~r.. b londe t eam. Neither is h e conce0ing any- fin e g uard. .~.ntl lid .en .w ist fu lly c1 ark a P.d t h e fl sth.ing t o the wcrthy· oppone nts of the A dearth of outstanding centers tumes which eJilph asized these colorJ1inio1· Cats. _ wer e preo,e nt ed ·ag ainst tbe1F o')ld teu ~ ings. One can say t h at t h ere were Railsback, P ug h., and CRptain-elect but Kuehn, smdl Elmwo.od p·i vot no weak p d nts in t h ei n t of MiSs V.elvick, rJll let.tll'lrmen, will f orm the man, w as outstand ing in a r at r.er Brenner who as K·ate- ~attempted to nucleus 2ib.".ut w hich .E die will .a~ mediocr e !line. His play agai11st_P eru sav.e Helen from ;i_ life with £tan dish t"'m" t to ml'\ld a winr.iing q.uint~t . was .goo.d . to whnm Fh e1.. h a.d been engeged. She Vd vick .a nd R ailsh 2ck sh ouH h an r-11e In the b ac~firkl, a vast array of real·i:i;.ed .th e strangeness of this n ew tl-e forw r ad p :-.sit ir ns yerv nic 1 · an -1 for~i.da.ble m aterial confro nted the cousin f r om. America alth-0u gh she , P11~h s hoPJ.d <l(\v.elo!J 1lnt'1 a r a".'al:le Prepsters, a nd it was or ly after c·on- .did not untl-.r st·!m d as dad Helen. j g.uad. OthEir fir·t team r .o •sibilit i· s: i::id.er~bfP. ·n e~iberation t h at t h e posts Th e flut ter y, p roud m - ther of the ' Le:ih v, c-P.nt P.1·; Kel"o, g_t1.- r:~.; Adams, wer e f illed. . d,?,ughters mig ht h ave stenr e·l fr · m g'ua.rd ; Bl t h e, cerit er. ·The r emainThe quarterba~k as~ignment g oel! one .of J ane Austin's novel~ ;ig' t 'nt1 \ tlie\r of the r eporting sqn•<id inclu de : to W ais, stocky Sh ·1b er t pla er. V' ais I the ch aracterization given to this H fl zelton, P i:-rr iott, Majors, Cowell, W f!S a fin e r lunger , an exc<'l lent n art by Lora Dickerson. Her en.nnPalmer, R nwa n, C1ary, Aodn 1r s, SEtze, blocker , and rem ained corl a,..d stoe•r-!fl.y ciati - n, ex- re si · .n a · d u " " er-t n.din ~ a1~rl Ci:.rt er . under fire. His pre,ence in t h e b · ck - of· this ehhteent h cent ury lad.y of W inning cage tf'ams at Peru Prep . field w as a big reason for Sh1.1<b ert's i mpoverish"!~ nobil:it y m ?de t he part h av·e becorr:e more or less a h - 1bit I fi ne eleven. one of .e xcelle'1 cf'. Tr.e c-:st me-:;, ,, t 1 ,\vith t h e B".bkitt e - s, e peci 11 y durhgF or t he h alf back p osit ions, Ahing-- ....nd mal<e up ·o f the La ·' y i' nn ~· Prttith e last t wo yP," r s h ave C'.\P·e t eams ton of Auburn and Musse.n, another g r w a-0flen to h er O."'staP.din ,,. ac' lng . of not at:ie worth .b~e n pro-i., ,ced. :wo ~h ubE>rt per former, w er e cho-en, Ab - 1 ,Virgil Bnvt-e., :is the g r :>!'p"no-, : r -.. years .ago Peru mer:t ed th e ch · m :-1 n - rngt on proved very troublesom e t• f h g-at e Tom Pettw r ew ·n f'rf ormed his s~ip of South en stei-.ii. Nebr ask a, In the Bobldttens, his returns of punts be!'t work with l'~s s:iste-r Kat e. c·ompetition w:th such ~earns ·~S Au- being a !eature .o f t h e .game. Mussen, The most striking ch ar act.er who burn, Nenrask:1 Oity , Falls Citv. a nfl p lay.e d at h alf instead of fullback, "'"'Ssed thron gh. the scent s of "Berk- . others. L~st yeru:, t h e Prepsters was y;ith~ut a p~er in this section as el~v Sq u~re" ~as Dale Br o' h 8 s m - j r fo ught their way mto t h e fi.rals of a n offensive back. He w as a p.unt er Clinton m h is white wb', c ream t l>Je, r eginn al t ournam ent at Nobraska of extraordinary ability, as w ell as a colored breecheco, a nd red c oat . City, after enjo,y:ing a hig'. l y success good passer. Mussen w as the spear- 'l'hrMUe h the p erson of Truxton ft,1. season. . head of the Shubert . attack a n d Routh, althou gh not s.o st rong a The J unior Cats .ue deserving of aga:inst Peru he was on a rampage. craracter as h e might h,9 ve b;en d.id all the support w e ca.n ,give t h em in !he fullback pos_ition goes to ca.p- his best acting when Peter SLJ.indish aiding t h run t o car y -0n with ano :h~r t am Maynard of Nebrask a Cit :r. May- whose secr et h ad b een <'dscovered'. ' u- ee-sf ;l ser s:>n. nard did not.hit his f ull ftride ag · ' n st "t orv:l over him w ith a riding cr" o · Per.u, b ut sttll m anag.ed to .tu rn in a f orcing the f r ig htened m11n to his fi ne performance. k nees .utt.e r ing pleas t ".l h e'lven . CONOERT PLEASS LARGE Thr DFt le w :.s a slow-w itt ed, p utU>!r.y D A WSON AUDIENCE follow.e d b.y. a lo.v ely, coax ing· F 1e · c h m e.mber of the .n ,.,bidi•·y to v h · m l\l"r1. song an.d don e wuth n r ticeaU 1fiddit-r Pettigrew was marrying Helen - tn Th.rou.gh t h e courtesy of D awson to pitch . In ''The Sailor Man " b~ order to b ri ng m o re g;cld i nto t h e\, dePublic Sch o.<'i and .Miss Ruby L. Wolfe, a.nd Eugene F.i ·lds's, '"Th~ ple · t ed familv c.of.fers. Br own, tw.tsP.c super visor, D awson 'Bowleg ged Boy," t he singer accomThe D.u ch ei:;s of Dev0n!\hire almusic: lovers were cI-.armingly ent er - p anfod his song with interesting thoug h not cast accordin g to type ta•ined .F rida,y night, November 18, at stage a rt. m ade t he noble bdy a noth er nf ·t he the sch.ooI a u.d.itorium b.y a trio of Mr.Benford's pia no ·number "Rol- ch aracters w h ose disd ain of the her o musicians fro m P er u Teach ers Col- lin.g S tones," by McFayden, w as " made ali r.e'<l.lize that he of the lege. .Professors V. H, Jindra, vio- bnllia nt d.i splay of liechniq.ue~ 'F.aum,' twemtieth century was decidedl y out linist, R. T. Benford, pianist, •and G. by Chami.nade, ope ns wit h t he fteft of pl a~e in the eighteenth. _ Holt St eck, 'baritone, gave a varied h and c.nrryin g the melody which lat In the modern see.re Dwight W al no p rog r am in their sp eci,.,J lines. .er is ta ke n up by the r ig ht h and. sh owed th.at very g oo.d judgement M:ac:D owe1l's "Thy Be·am.ing Eyes" Thera is j.ust the elus iveness abolUt h ad been .used in t he casting of tM opened Mr. Steck's .group. T h.is was this num:be.r to just.if.y its t itle, and it c h aracter of t h e Ambasso.ador. His,

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From each of the · .oali (here)? · act mg r eqiu.iremen ts, and were •amp~,Y • h l th Tu D 2 one y ear .under t}le leadership of c. . . , uve sc· oo s were) preS'e'l'lt at e 'meet- schools ih which he had taught the! es. ec. 0rewar.aed by beang pronounced full · P f Fred Dale ~"' W · 9:50: "P" CL..•b·, W.A.A.. Burdette Wo'1fe, h ea:d o;f theJ music mg. ro · · ua. iaiyne JS speaker had sensed 'Something worth~ d t h I fled:g.e€1 .Red Cro.ss Examiners. Those P resident, W. N. Dehell " Pe'r.u, ViCe7-8: Educ. Science Movie epar ment. t ere. President; M'. S. Pate, K earney, Sec.- whille which should go iIIito the make8: S.yracus.e H. Si. , Basket The r~ita;L wa.s heid,..,in t he par- · passing the t est for t he first time Trea. and Dean Rous.e, Chadr on and up of youths of toooyi. Ball. '(here) , 101. of Eli 2la. Morgan Hat!. .The room , were: Grac.e Rowlinsop, Marjorie " Dean Thompson, Omaha., t h a other The stiu.dents of Ohio. 'N. U. obt ained Wed. Dec. 21d k Menden'hall, Virginia Mat hew&," ii ood1 .ai d'efini t e 'p.u rpowi in l'ife. me~ers. . Tho.ughtCl'ose College for Christmas : as ~~: et~~!d ex~e~t fo r one lamp 'i'ow Will~ .ms, ·W. Sh~ma:nd, Gilbert ' 0.nly c·ontrov.e.rs.y over lthe aw.ard- fulneliis and agreea.~eness were autvaca1rion. .Y w'ttilc e musicians pLayed. Such Cook .and Ro-l:>ert P~te. In .a.d'dit!on ing ·o·f champi.onships. w as that of l standing traits of charactleir in a MERRY CHRISTMAS a se ng w.as. very appropriate for there' w.ere thr eie who h ad ia.lr eady h b the f ootball. Tb~ rules require .any normal school in Oklahoma. Co:ndiiaI- • ...,_.._,_,_,..;.~-"- .. c am er music. Mr. Wolfe g-avc a c olle g,e cll>imI' ng .a ch·o· b riei•, · "' 1m · te1restm . g talk o.n lthe · selec, passed the tes1J .b\ut were r eviewed. "'m pi'onshi'p 'I ity was prac.ticedl at Ada, Ohio. The m ust win th e largest p erce1I1t of / W~yne .studen~ ha,d lear.ned to work . These wer& Steiphen Gaines, P h yllis g.ames ;in add,itJion to h aving p layed h ar.cll. ~o<:ial d!~oc11a.c.y was .a twns t o be played and th eir compo- 1 Davids on and .Lu;lille Harps~er. Afal! t e ams in t he conferetnce. By a charac'terIStic of the PeruVliam; wh..o serTsh. "ter h aving at!tained s.ucc~s in t he unanimo.us v ot e, it was decid--'· e players C.· Burdette ' .first · . . . al must . be r e""" to I had learned to 'live together as one . . were, . t est, .an md1V1du waive t he r u les, or r.ather declare big broth:i:hoo.d. Religfou.s ideals Wolfia, f!il'st vwlm, G.erhart Wieibe ' • ·-' th t hat Oma.ha Univ:ersity forfeit t. 0 j-went into th_e,_ lives of Wesley.an stu· · · ' wew€iu every 0 er y ear. Peru. Dean Thompson of Omaha dents. . s:cond v10hn, ~tty J eia.n. Hollstien, I The h onor gained· b.y t he .above "Th v10la, a nd Garolme W olf e, violin- j .., d . made •a m ot io.n t h at the fo ot b aH . e fines~ product .i n all G.od's · iu.en~1one persons, 1s not only a ·f i ne championshiip for ·1932 b e .awarded cre ation is thi! ideal college girl," is eello. The program consisted of : ind ivid u.a-1 r ecog.nit'i-On, ·bu.t is a det o P.eru and D~ n ·Rouse• of Chadron the conclusion dr.aw_ n ,b.y Prof essor Q.u artet 'in D minor, Op. 10, No 2 .._ s1.~2fbl · e ered'1t to t h e emtire school. s econ:ded th e motion, wh'ich was Gregg, " And: the next most wo.nder------------ - ------ Bach erini C t · 1 , t' ilt h . . '(ias.sed ·b y a .unanii:Irnus vote. ful thing is the ideal_ c-0llege, boy." GraV>e--Allegro er am y , an y ac l V' •Y t at IS pnAnother •imp ortant resolution was / Profes~o~ Gregg ~en gave his inL argh etto marily concerned wit h t he s alY.aging p assed upan by the committee which terpretat1on of an i.deal' colleg e girl. All;egretto con moto 'of h uman live.s is ,a g.ood activi ty, d~als with Jt;he elig ibility of •athletes. ( ~he .is a .yo.u~g w.oman of g ood phyQua t et R 1 and any increased man'ifestation of lt states 11hat, "for a p ei<i:od -nf one s1que a nd poise. She has n atural A~~egiro-~~~~~:~-T ~~--d~~x ave interest wouM sur.ely be an int erest y ear, there sha,U be no w aivering, \ healt h. She dreJSSes in ·b ecoming Aisez vif- tres rhmie well ch osen. whatsoever, in .any ~rport, o1 any stu- ?lothes o~ in~xpensive t extiles. She ~uVa1~~~ein B ;flat, Op. 67 -- Brahms It wo.uld be :ai worth y enter prise d ent who is t echnically i neligible, is oenthus1astic.,. ~.u.o.yant, self co.~i- ' ...... that tMs college ad'd impet us t o t he .acs:~dlµg ,t9 t'l:!~ _rules o.f the confer- dent, and a':'arI_c1ous for learning. Andante life sav,ing phase o;f swimming. ·~nee:' ·· She knows of 11ife and literatru:e. Her A g1·tato (A - - - - - -Th H b " .. ., n..eg r etoo non troppo.) Followin g t h e mee""ng. coac· h es ) lang. UJage .is we. 11 chose.n ... She iengege e r on College f.i ve will enp All tt V . .• . . I . "' " . oco . eg,re o con ar.iazIOU'i · from e a-ch school ID€1t an<l m ade their es m prodlu.ct1ve activities .and is tert!'Jn the Babca~ in :heir op ening I As an encor e they pl!ay-erl t he! fir st ! 0 football .and b asketb.all schedules for ~hrif't;y. S'he is clean and pure in basket ball g ame to ba played at the ./ t w.o. iriove.ments of th~ E nglish Quar.another year. Contr acts were / Iler habits. College g.ym Monday, Decemb.er 19. ! •-"' __ BrI d g e. fill · filPfOVe """' .,.,.y <lrawn-up and. .signed by the :tlacult.v "The y o.ung college man is worthy This g ame · is sponsor ed: ;b.y t he 'P" I repr esentlatives from each sch ool to stand -beside ·h er although he can. Coaches, Lorbeier ,and Gilkeso.n were l not equal or approximate her ,i n Clu·l:> and will not. be a budget event, Y. W. INTRODUCES I The ent ire strudent ~ody .and facp resent at !the meeting as was Dean ~ppearance: He may approach her a.s all proceeds will go to the Trophy ART FRIENDS 1 ul~y af our College will do111bt,lessly Dalzell, Vice PreSident o1 the faculty m s:holast1cs and may fully equal Fund. --j ·be pleased andl interestield to. know r epresentat ives o f the conference. \her m morals and in human ideals A ·rnauced p rice of t went .f' '"Two wom en looked between the t hat t h e condit ion of Dr. Smith, head -----~· a?4 conduct. He scorns the implica- cents will b.e char ed and . y Ive bars, One saw mndl, the oth er stars. !of t he E ngl'ish dep~rtmen~, is r epor t t1on that h e . must b e a 'reaJ. :lleUow'. I· . .. ' . g Club me-m- j With t h ese few Nne.s b P ercy : ed to be grad~.Jly lmprov~ng. F or ced 0 \ He h as nothm g to do with .n arcnltics her s a. e o.ut w1th an Pdvance sale c,f Shell M' S"..Jlt R fy 'D- k t o cease teaching activities some · H · h' "' · · • ey, 1ss utu .a ue o .l>!iOC ~. IS c 1~alro.us _and 2'enerou.s." tickeits. Th e Tr ophy Fund is a wor - b egan her discussion o;f "A rt F riends" weeks ago -~ecaiusa. ·o f a strain~d ner' nesThere IS no hig~er' le~ql of h app i- thy :ause and it will be the B obcats '.ab Y. w. c. A, Wednesday evenin g, v_o us cond1t1on, P iio.iieJSsor Srmth re. s th.an .t~at which comes to t he openmg game. · Any one can see thei mud' the g- i t ired to Omaha for a thorough reuruon of a n ideal college man and an Jjas t year t h e Bobca ts defeated the Iiness in life but its n ot so ' eas.y u to cuperat iv-e ' Dan ce Orc hestra Is One of Excel- 'd pr.ocess, 1 1· e a! colleg e worn n ," sa1'd t h e spea! - H b ron c·ollege · · • Contrar.y .t o some ,b e l'1ef , Dr . Sm1t ·h . . a . e qumte,t on the Mtt e· r s .find t he b eJMJty always. &> jt is with lence er m conc~usion. "I wish that ~l fl o:ot :b.y a few p ofots;. .Ha.pt.on jg · pii::tur es. There .are t hose wh o. ,feel is nob fo a ·h o.spitaL He and his wife Leave it to t h e1 Sophomeres t o ~ay come into this a~ainment fJf tlie back in the ~reld wdth anoth er strnng onl.y tire! immensity of t he p rice, th e .ar.e sit uated' in an ap ar tment at th e ohow the college what a g ood. time ideal colleg e youth." t eam and efxpects to extend the Bob- : m <itenial value af vh e pict ur.e and ,.Hunteir Inn fo Omaha. He !is un der fs! ,. An e'lt ample o'f their fu n- loving . In .an ~d~ess ~a?e.. before itlhe jun- l\at Cag.e,r.s, in their opening game. .,, there ar e others wh o find insp'ira- , t~e d aily car e. of a c.ompet ent phyfri.. s pipt ,w.as fo.und in the dance which .10r and_ s~m:~r hig h _school studentS, - In early - season scrimmages t he t ion in t h e colors; the obj act or. th e cua n. A complete "rest cure" has the. Sophomores held in t h e high P r ofessor Gregg talked about t he cost " L orbeer" team h as been moving I ideal. "Choose .your pictures as you -b een p rescribed as t h e means of t!chool a ud itorium, Friday night . of t<jl:icco. He sa&d' that all th e corn l al"ong -at a ,fast clip. The-ir p assing, choose .yo.u r friends.". b uilding u p, unW he sh a1ll at length One .of the -biggest re!l!Sons for the cr op '1ll the Uuniteid Stat es wouJd / f loor., work .aoo ~~~lity to. "hit t he M'1ss ~u.e d·e5eribed sever al l)f the acquir.e ~he h e alth n~;e.ssar.y .f~r t he success of tihe party was thei "swell' ' P~Y for !\~Ou$ one half of the tobacco hoop has been q.uate noticeable fo m asterpieces by Hoffman,, :j:,e P age, r esumption of \taaichm g activities. . orche.st:na, as everybody te>rmed it. ·~:II and its acce~sories as smoking 1 games ag ainst t he freshMe1i can~i- Mlillet and dla Vinci and then she A satisfa~~ory _indic.at.o r of .h~s •b'et T.h is fline or chestr.a composed of· oms and smokm g cars. It wou.Id dat es. tolcl of her . att it ude oowa r.d different te.red co.nditwn as marufested m ·t he Charles Trenholm, Clarence Cran- :take .a fair~y good armload of corn to Coach Gilkest>n, who h as ·!:ieen pict ur es of t h etlr.s. r ep ort . that a one-.h.alf p·o.und g ai n ,._,__ h ' .aver!lg-e :mc~se ' dell, Burbridge, Lloyd Perry, Bill buy on e c1·? arette. wor k'm g ___ www• t e r eserves and 'freshIn d osing she spoke of t~e! mean - ~er d a~ ·h as b een h1s D,yers Gl :d 6 Hooack kept th~ danA. man m western Nebraska built m en sqiuad, _h as •a prom ising gr oup of ing- of th e pkt ur e "J oan oi Arc" m weig h t . T he most plentJful elecers ~oin: ~ s·p.e.ed· ev e1ry minute ·~ fii ve. a~:e l~ke with a , o.ne .acre Cageste.rs that wiU s.o~n be making that of keep ing one's eyes lifted t o menlt of his diet is milk. "M~·k iand of t he time> to some " h ot" music. ISia nd m ,It with money h e h ad saved .a -Hid f or lirst £aam posit ions. Sever - i the sky. sleep" s.eem to ·be the two r ule s Ev.ery-body felt t h e n ead of the fr~m stoppin g th e u~ of tab acco. .al o1 thesa carucl.<iidaites wer e out st andmost applicable .t o Dr. Smiths quest ielicio UB cooling ».elfl'Ellhmentl!! ait the 'We coi:ad .end t h e depression .!:Jy ing players .on V·ar ious Hig h School BOBCAT BASKETBALL f or a c-ompl(:)ta, h ealt hy, r ecov,ery. intermisswn. sto,pping t h e use of tobacco,'' dectared teams last ¥~r and with .a little1more N o d efinite p lans are p resentable T he only objection offe"red by the Mr. G:reggj. He explain~ that ?ot experience, Wlill no doubt he transSCllEDULE 1933 at t his tim: as to wh en .~e will r ecrowd was th'at it didn't last lo.ng even_ IS !>h e tobacco r .a11ser makmg !err ed over to the varsity squ ad. s u.rne tea~himg, th e_ condition ot l1iJ! enough . The SJ!'Onsors were Mr. and profits .~ s each y ear h e h as t o mort- J So f ar , Coach Lor b.eer h as limited J an. 6 Peru .at W ayne * .h ~a~th /beh1.ng the. sole ! act-Or in deter Mrs. Benford JY.[rsl)unning, a nd Mr s. giage his crop to p ay f or ihe next his v.arsit.y squ a.d t o twelve p layers. J.an. 7 P etru at Dan a mmmg t _1s. L rso ' .year's expenses. / The starting lineup for th e op ening J an_ 12 Omaha ;ait Per.u "' Dr. Smith send.s his kindest regards a n. Most cxf the pr.ofits go t o the big , game agaiinst Hebron will no d oubt J an. 16 & 17 P er.u .at Cha:dren "' I to the students and f ac.UJlty of P eru, .. companies as the L ucky Strike, Cam- 11fi nd the five lettermen , Captain J an. 21 K earney at P eru * and t hose compliments ar e sur.ely and W. _ A: a.: el, etc. Throug h advertisements in , P riefe1t , Homer Hat ch er, P u nch es, F.e b. 3 Peru at .K'esar ney earnestly r etu r ned to Dr . Smith, wit h . At a short busi ness meeting of the magazines, on .bill:boar.ds, etc., they / Carmlah ael an.d Peder sen, wearing Fel:>. 4 P eru ;a.t Hqll'ron t he College's h ope f.or his continuEtl W. A: A; Tuesday -morning Mildred are makilig s p ecial · efforts to •i.n- t he ' 'Blue a nd White" · un ifor ms for F eb. 10 & 11 Chadr on at Peru • improv.ement .and ultimat e r ecovery . .):idrey was elected volley ball feader, crease sm oking by women. P€1ru. Other v.arsllty m eh wh o ar e F eb. 15 P.er.u at. Omah a and Eldora Mclninch, point recordezt. M.ost of Profesrors Gregg's t alk likely to get dnto- action in this g 1une F eb. 18 N~b. B. at Peru I The Luther eleven .ended t)aefr. 'l'he club v.oted to have color rath er dealt with .th~ economic side of the foclu.'de.; Ho_w.at d Hatche~, Tolly, ' F eb. 25 W ayn e at Peru * j 1932 season with a 20-12 d'efeat at than class t eaH1.S at the basket ball Uibacco qi~t1on. However, h e told Cra.wford, Mllle)r, W ebb,. 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Some of the girls dressed as The .··: . refr,esentacbi!Cl'ren •anl· c·atried 'itlieir favbrite . fjye line 9 £ Cliristo:)_as Cards to · ·FOR ME_N ONVY . .. . d c.11s. the a. _;:-nior .. and _ seni 9 r_ .C'.h;ist.i.an , Enbe found in. .J:a~k h~d at lagt rated a d~te w i.th S ally, .dn his op~mon,· the .me.e st p:.e.<>ented ·by th~ ~r:tez~tain~en~,_c;om~. <].eavor sociE;t!es ip~t ~·t 6:30 . P· ~· . _ priced .th~ ever b~fore. : ,girl on t h e campus. 'True, t hey w~rh et~n~yh " gksoinhg t~. a ·bl~!~g'toy ;~:e nibpu'~ ;m1ttee, and r egretted that ~1,me ~dock ' .Eveni.Pl;r ~n.t,oQ ·s~v1ce ~??- tP,~ Bap. ·:t h at was a d at e. " Only Tuesdlay m g· , '" m e.... ~o n"'""" • capie aroung so so,on. Each g t.r ! r e- t'tst Church.. - . . M ' So doppiqg c.o r.ds,..an:dl sweater h e ··h atl!'lssly .apd tiel.e-s.s ly approac~~ the ce.ive'd a g ift and ·a stocki~g f ill_e d ...Loren Dunton, Mintster. E-L .-~R :g!r~~· dorIT}"itory. . . .. : .... : . .:. with huts ana cand,y. Delidou~·'ice'.: . . .. . Does t h e Dean and t he offlice girl Cal!t ~ c!-is~p~r~vj~~ e,t.a.ncE:l._!lt 'him as creaµi a.~~ c-.o-ok.i es were . ~e~jM ~n_d . . . . ; OWN (Where ypucr mo~ey b~:ys mo.r.e) ,jh e .g oes Ito the .tEilephone bo.oth? If sq he d!oe~n. t P~r1ce, Sally d~c~~ds h appy, laugh-mg groups ~ri~ed ~.on:~-. \ TRIBUTE TO UNKN !; ~ally ~f J;pe pre~y berets, chic scarf .b o\\'.s !l?d.,dipnty gl? v'73, _o~e. furtiv.e ward . · ,. · · · ... 1 TEACHER ·glance :at the itieless t hroat <and! hatl~ h e11d anq Sally qr aws .a conclus;> ·• _ . ion, 'No more dlat es With Jack.' . , . . L ORBEER SPEAKS AT 70 CENTS ' Poo~ J~ck. ' · Had h e only known; At last h e asked Harry, Harry wJ:ro MENS CLUB CHAPEL And what of teachlµ g'r · Ah,· there will Clean and Press yeur :ls.eemed to. be· a·ble' to take .any girl, anywhere, anytime. And Harry gen.r yo.u ha~e t h e worst pai~ .and ,th~suit tly but firmly imp:ar ted t he truth. Now j qst ~ry to ~~d· J ack !l-Ppearing At a speciaj rne~ting of . .t}).e Me.ns :best rewarded of all tlhe vo!!atio.ns. f'~rµ· CleaDEir.s & Tailors for •a date rin anyother bub h'is coat (sh~b-p.y maybe , but we\l_. pre.1Ssed) C~u·,.i.. ~f the _··c·o·1·1!o1 . gA h' e'~ . . ed.n-~s _.- Dare not e!Jt.er it un 1e:;s you !1.0Ve 1 •t ' . .. " .~ . . "' -, ·l • • .. f.J '1 ..., Lu '" . 1 .. · J. A. CEi/(A, ... Prop. .and. fl' .t ie..; . · day, November 30, during Convoc.a- For· the vast n;i.ajorfty of· men .a nd' . Phone t ..__-f' . 'Are you a Jack ? H so, talk Ito a Har ry! . : . · tion, C01ach ".Dutch" L crbeerr ·g .ave a.n · 1th .;..._ _ _ _62 _________ fh 1 Maybe you ai~en 't .f riendly enou gh w.ith Harry to be so mtimate. And· . • · ti .. 'lk b k ti.. 11 ·· V.:om~~ ut· has no promise1 of weia ., • • .l •t . Inve:res ng .va , on as e "'.a . .. .. h •t .. th en ag ain ID"•ube .y.ou have ·bee.n su coeissful m datm P' :uesp1 e .y our misTh •R i.. ·t b k, · ··· 11 · · t ·'' "'..... t or fam"', but th.ey, to. W om I !S . · ., """' · · . · • ·- ' f' · ._ ! e o..,ca as et¥> a men or J.l :t:S " attired st~. But do ¥CXU reahze t hat although th e ch arrml).g Sally goes . ' k ·· · . th- heduk t 'b·' d.e ar .f~~ i~ own sake, are ·! lmo.ng the with you lit h urts iMict<e. Eve;r.y gi rl has· in h er some ·Ideiiil af ma.nhopd. spo e cod nbcerth nmgB-i..e sc h . · 0 e ·· .you~ p.er~o.~a:IJ~:X--m . -: .Just ·. · yo:\/- ,th~t' "!:h 1c. '" h s h e h-~s p.ursue l...ility of mankind. She __ m ay have fou!1~ in · . .y · e 1..WCats t IS .-season. .· , n qu. d d f t--D t h . Ii: t h . 'd l uhd go on a date m con:imenbing on each g ame as ·It ap Sing. the pr.aise of the .unknown . r eame . or-:-excep .o .you .. If! ,e i ea wo . . ears o t h e schedule H e em haHeating . sweater and cor.d's ? Sh e idoesn't. You p ride yourselves o.n bemg sp«~rt!Jlein. P_ • · P • · • • h . bp teac.11.'er. G·reat gener.aa.s· may win · l · h .. · · d. ty sized the opening g.ame . wit He ron All right .you don'lt want .y.our gu to trip, down t e suair.s m ~ .1r .. " ·. · ., ·. · · h • campaig ns, b.~t it)!' t~~ r unknown ~ Electrical Supplies ap;on, :urt_polisheKI sh oes an d' old jacket. : rignt to College which .. will ·be pl11-y,.e d ere •. . rmand. ;at Least that mu~h of yc,u'! She does. f'h~i;i .tr.y peing .a "Harry" '.for next Monday m g ht, 13ec.e mber 19,, as soldier who wins t'he war . a while and see if 'she doesn't likei the tie the· suit. And she's going ·to a ;I'r.oph,y F u nd 1benef1t. . F.amous educators plan new systems lose that tiny elel!lent of shame which h as b~e~ I:ur~ing ~n h er he'ar~, and Explan~tion .aqd . coml!'lemts ·0!.1 tPe of pedagog.y,, but i.t. is .P~e .unk~10wn I be an even more · charming paJ. ' · · . new changel:i m t he b11-sktba~l .r~es teaicher who deli)'.ers •and _guli~es !;he .. . " . ., .. .. ' for th"is .year was th~ ...r.e!!Il'a m mg young. He lives in obscurlt_y and J.i~~!~~-~AY · · . . · h od ,, Th . · · h -. . p f · source of Coach .Lor· p eer.s talk. . h , . ._ .. d h . F ' h Ji 1 "Peirq · t!l on~ .b1gi ..pr qt er to . '• '"l{\t ~. ~ ,at :v-1s1tp~ ·-· s·.ly. r0: . / · , · · . co.nten.ds wit u.i...r s ips. or m S~~ .Sh,:tp "' Gregg · commented on our family spirit:. Mi!lS Scm:lock }ike.,.lJ qqr.Jriend- 1 . · · • TREE • \-no'- tr.ump·ets .~tare, no chariots ~tt. -M~· , liness to one another and to visitor~. This brotherly feeiltng is ope of su chj' • · ' no · golden ' decorations ate deq-e.00: . :• ' -:- .. - ..-... ''louality theL ·Fer.u· :desires to spread .iL <tbroad and extend it to other I · :,,1· ' d t ,.i al j He k eeps the watch along th'e.,bordeFs s.tr.ug51'ie upwar owar.., my go , {!Oll~g.e~ OV>er the . st at e'. . ~rn~.y . ~e,achers have, . ylSlt~ .~eru th1~ year: <!\ tr.oo · · ·· of <dlarkness and makes the attacks on ·· Mr, Delael'l has been t h ere. Now t h e Doan e .quartet , h as come bringing A ~i.. · t d b th t' b the trenches of igrummce a nd 'folly. . . . tree •wLat s oo a ove e; 1m ~r- . . . w1th 1t- a · most beautifu1 p rogr am.· · · I Patient jn his <lJa1ly d.uty,. h e stnves A. E. lOllNSON, ~- I). S. . T~at _Inte~·-Collegh~ spiri~~:;~ ~hich a~ ,th e schoolsb m,:ist ~ U1e~~ U amo.ng the rocks he ~·lung, to conquer the .e vil powers which are X-RAY S El't.VlCE .' a.btitua~ _ha,::~ at eart: · IC 1•1v.a 1~y i.s. an:d must.. . e :tJUt .,~ov~ 1 -. p In · · · · ·"· · ·· the enemies of .yajh. He .awakens 1 -. 1il,•is t he d etsir.a -to be friends win or l'<lse-. , . '· Al ., a p e,. t. . · f , fl ·., ...., · "« h.. , !5. · slee,..ing snirits .. J:Ie .rru-i.ckens the ~~N~ l(! · · · · · . . h ·on e, J11.3Jes 1c, . ar ung ·:.>ranc es t..., • • .,._ . , •. . Basketball season..l)rmgis with IG tll'et state .toum. thoqg.p, plf!jl. !)..<;, .P,£1~ f. . .- . .. .;, .. .... ! .' ,. ": indolent encourages the. eager, and ;b eC'Om-e more acqoointed. May .this association be -an01t.her . To t h e rain· to · God · st eadies' the unstable. He communitoward Nebraska All- College Fl1lendship. . · .• . . · -.. •' " ·· · ...,,• cates hls own joy in learning aI).d ;· .. . to .see) .. .,. , . - .. . 1 · • .. The glory Q'l ~ i.su. ~ ~. 7 ~; !l· ~ ~r ,,J~;~· t . sQ.ares witn )?~~~ 8:?~ ~i~ls !?~, best . 1 P R OGR'.AM:/ gular ·· . shjne. . . . , ' ·11 treasures of hrn. mmd. He h ghtg AT P:Jl{J..0 AND, EV.E~ETTJJ ~:he st;e,~e rep.r·es~.~t~ :~..~oom in the I r.eached.~tlhEl w·in4-t.orn tre~ a frie.~d many ciandles whlx!·~, in taters years, " • --!~ girl's idorm~toty. 1:he gi.ds were. .-0i mine. · ' · '· ' ·· ·will !lhine back to ~e1· him. Thi$ is ; A ··~ypfoal co.untry school was the I· listening ~ a prog;am .J:>aing bl:Qad~ Arnd let 0hi~ whisp-ffi: w ordi:;. 0°f p~ace his.. reward.. . . 1 , • s~urce of enterta.inme.nt provlidedi by ,,_ N . . tq m~~ . ·. ,: . .. . .. . . Knowledge may be .grained =' .-. o..:~· ~ •• _ .:::• . . . . - . ..:;.·... . - •- - · ;- .. . :cast ..u·om ew York c1~y. Thei broad· · b k i.. t th l ~-" k 1 fr, o_m sey:er!!L-:membez:s ·of ..the Phrlqmath~an -. ., ·~__., _,., ..- . . ·=-·-' ........-. " ·,r ~ .. I Love the poplia11:s , marching down ·o o s; v u e ove \Al. now edge is" Lite1rary Society for t h eir club at th e cast consisted o!f .a prog ram PY Ev- , the :(~~Id; , . . . .. . . . ' transmitted ci.nly b.y per§on~l· contact. r~gular· meeiti'11g· l5n · December eig:th. · eretlt members who lll'ad -g.om~'--o:ut in ·:The slender, ' tim'id. ~pen's quacking· . No one lIBs 4eserved better o·f t'h.~ Edrna Maystrick represE)nted . 'tihe the "'.or1d and made go.od.. leaves.., repq.blic than the unknow:p teacher. Phlilnes, Residen~e. 28, Office 7 Sfhool teacher. Her p.upils r espondWill"iam H.oUiSe! "'.as the nation aUy The grace and <lalinty stature of No one is 1111we worthly to /b.e enrolled e)'J accord:ingly. · ·' · ' , known announcer. He said that Bing white b.irch, . . in .ai demo.cra\tli,c ;aristocr.acy, "king of Hours: 9 to 12 1 to s · Robert Saye,r r ead Oliver We ndelp. C1'osby ~d .t'O take .a ·back seat since But not to one ·o f .these his p:l ace h e'll himself and ser,vap.t o.f mankinid". • 1 fJolmes' · "De11'cfon'•s Masterpiece.'' Be- Hap F.illey was providing better· sing- ' . ,· , Van Dyke l ==----! fo re · l\<1'iss M.aystrick cauld c.ontinue1 iing. Mi>. . Filjleiy sang -three popular In my esteem; •a f riend l o whom one wtit}l, h er,-pregraD; she ha d to r equest j ruu.mber&. Th e lii.'>teners we1r e .not cleaves. M;r. Sayer to get rid of his gum. surprised· when theiy h eard the famil- ('>.. ,sturdy . Christ~n, all .~utd~ors . his Haro~d Fishe~· was called on to sing .iar voice of J.oyce Grub-b who ann- . chµrch! two sel•ections. Ro.y J1ingles pr<>vid- ounced h er daUy bal k .o n s;t.y les. It's · ·W . James . New Li~e of Notions ed, his a1udieince with· ~aughs }Vith his ' 'Shopping . Witl;i Joyce" now instead/ And Toilet Goods i·eatling of GoLdsmi.th's "To a M'adl of "Shopping W-itfu J:ulia.'' 1 ·~ ~ JAPANESE BAZAAR ·. School S u pplies Dog." After Velma Barstler p1ayeid I Ada Bi-aey h as comei to the lime- 1J , . Fou~tain Pen and Pencils s .e t a selection on the piaJ10, Doris Wie:t· ' l•ight with h er sensational singing . Braught f rom :fia_r .away Jap.an, from I Good Eat,s told a stor.y. The prograrp eeded wtith She si~m.g thi:ee selections. E v.elyn , the land of .the Nipp"<~nese w e l"e{ t he· Seasonable Fruits Fay 01·gan's ·ec·itation of "In School Brec;ht g~ve musical r e'aldings .and ~lllts which the Y . W . sdid a t its Groceries Vegetables D11ys" .biy Whittiet. read poetry. Her r ecitations typ.ified J.apanese) Bazaar M;oniday aft erno-0n Fret;b Meats the weU known "Beltween the Book- in Eliza. l\'Io.r,ga.n Lo~y: .. The pro;~hei Everett Literary Society en - e n'<ls" program. Mis~ Jeanette! Bar- ceeds from this • sale are ·USed · to 78 Phone 73 joyed .a unique program .at t h eir re- r ett .accompani.ed .].VI'iss Brady and. Miss finance y', w. projects; ,· ' Per u N&braska Marg.aret

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P. D. C. g uest ni h . . . While perspirata'on roUs down their The .future of the AmericlMl sc·h ools almost a \tr d "ti g t lS beicommg SCENES I N A COUNTRY CHURCH little, red faces. rest with those who ~re enrolled .as Agai th" a I on on Peru Camp.us. students in these inst;itutions totlnv. n Is year each Dramatic Cliuib Beside the ?o•ad, in the mddst of a He slowly announces the text with ......., ~:mbe.r w ill be given tiwo tickets for leafy g rnve. c:tood a de t d portentous meaning. In a voice of Lf each student is grad.uat~d with a .i.11ends who d · ..._ T , ser ·ei coun- tl h d pr.ofoun.d( sense .o<f the significance! of At lthis season of the .y ear, of e s1re IN' .attend on burs- t ry church b . d . · oom, e procee s with the sermon, d·ay, Deicember 15, at the college . une 111 an entangle- now thundering in a !terrific on- edUJoation .for the 'individual and f or course., all of our thoughts are turn- a u.d"t ment of .bush es a·id t r a1·u ng ivy . s.a1ught--now , · w.arning' hiss. soo'ie~y, continued progreft> of t he 1 on. um. , . ' in a low, ing to Chr istmas. We do not usually Four p lays h ave ·l:>een planned by vmes. It w as a tilly ;:onstruction of J The girls look fr,ightened. A feJw of SGhools :is assured. High scho:ol gradm ake a h abit of advertising through group lead.ers. " Si x Who P as.s While we :1the1 be aten bric.Jc over " h " h ti the women genera:Uy the ·o nes with .uates soo.n become voters. Tihleir t his column but we are making an ~he_ Le nt ils Boil" is di~ted ·b.y• Mar- s?ad.ows played. The g~a~~ o;~ 1a group of' tiny c.hildnen, look meek. knowledge of w~at con~titutes :a: go~d exception in this case. JOrie Young.,,Annthe_r fan/basy 'Mak- pines surrounding it sang .a mourn-1Prim old Iadries nod their heaids and sch?ol sy~t~ will guide. :t;he.m m . er of Dreams f ea/llu:rm g the immortal . ful tiu.J'N' to the few unk t crease the i'irm kines a,bout thed Itheir dec1s10ns on school issues. Is Padld;y w aggo ner 1is now ready to Pieirrot and Fierr~te is in charge of I H.idde.n from t he wo;~:t ~ra~es. mouths .into firmer lines Th .r there .any reason why we sho.ulCI take orders for Christmas trees. H e Mary Her vey. ";Bishop's Candle- I this old .unused piath "it 't ~ e~~ es ; zened man shrivels Th~ 0 ldoe w1- Ihelp children to understand t he has a good supply this year a nd can sticks," a c.utting."from Victor Hu.go's patqetiic ao ped l. ~;t'i~gseon or . a i .nod tho.ughtfully The ma f binein I principles .of healthil.uJ living, of w.eU give you t • f h . "L .,.... bl " . - . . n an im- I . • n o . us d I . h i.. . weni;y- OiW" our service. es ~u~ser.a. es. IS the_ third play. : pulse, I mount eld the unstable steps ' ~ess appears to be listening atten- I use e1sure, o:f . ome . u.~nl<Mn~, . of - -?e:trude ~li~n Is co.achmg this. ''Up-! and pushed the door slightly open. /'t1~ely.. A youth snorts disgiustedly. w?rthy ~har~~ter,.·oif e:a-rnlng .a 1ivmg, Mr. Jindra .hl!B d on$e.d a fbox of liftmg ~aid~e , the fourth play,. is in It creaked and wav.e red o:n its one Did •this man, in his pretended piety jWilthout msp1rmg m these same young grabam cr ackers to Tom Cojlins .and a class of the lighter vein, Ru:th rusty hinge. A JlllUSty smell. almost ' actually hear the se·r mon, or were hi~ I people .a .sens~ of. .apprecialt.don for Luc'ille White. Of cour s6 t his has no 1!J'.aw_x?y and John W.heatley .are repulsive, r.ushed to meet me. I was thoug,hts cepter.ed around the pos- 1the Am~ric..an mst'1tution W:hlch helps s ignificance, but we j ust do our duty direet!ing thiis comed.y. inclined to go ·h ack, b~ lit was Sun- sibility ·o f gaining more money? But 1th~ n~twn to aic~eve these desirable ·b y passing on informat ion w hlch Onei cian see fr.om this that the pro- diay afternoon a nd a lazy day ·i.n mid- why worr.y? His interest wias ;in the 1obJectives of sound health, hap py omes, g ood ohla11acter, .and mateirial com.es our way. g r.am ris one if variety appealing to summer. I .h ad trampe~ far andj was ~l.owncast face and quivering lips of prosperity? h J-our!llal N. E. A. e.very type. Ask that frie111d f~ your tired. Here I would find isolation. .a girl acro.ss the aiotlr. tickets now. I could · hardly suppress the smile Every eye, however, qs sooner .o r Betty Bartling k<eeps the shad.es that r.~e to my lips as I entered, : later •attracted,., to the preacher :b.y a I'ARMERS ELEVATOR dr.wn so t!glit .t hat poor Ger t ie wound - - - - - - - - - - - - i ·l:>ut I did n ot try to r.e press the sigh 'magnetic force, and -eveir.y person up in h er 7:50 class with her blouse that esoaped them. Mthough the ··becomes attentive. The white, .u pCOMPANY . on wr ong side out. Too b ad Gertie, ~ ~ furnis~ihgs were crude and un:iqiue, turned faces bhtr arud the powerful Coal, Feed, and Grain better look .your w ard robe over beand the w hcle room looked bare; j voice di•es aw>8>y.' Awakling with a w. H. Hutchinson, Manager I fore y our raom ma.tie g et s h ome. --yet, there w as a beau~y· in it all. stao, I find my eyes resting on the Two interesting dramaitizations I sat .in a seat near the b.ack of 1long shadows that stretch .and· waver were given b.y the .ninth g,r ade. R<>- the room. A mo.ul?e chewed indus- . on the floor of the lonely, little Char les P enney: "M·argaret, I land Cowell, Eddie Johnson, Vester tric1usly in .one corner. A pige.o n · church. hear you ar e flirting with other men." Helman, W:ilb.ur Strcmq1Uist, Max Ro- cooed on an eave outside a g.apping .Lenore Harris THE MARDIS STORE Margaret : "Charles, .y ou k p.ow I land, Benny Hanlon, and G.ale Carter wind.ow. The shadows of trees ----Quality Goods, Prompt Service II wouldn't do t h!at-." to worked out and gave their interpre- stretched and' w avered on the floor. BOB KATZ MEOW Ir Charlle.s: '' Isn't it mean of me Low Prices .tation of Es.op's f.able. ''Seven or One". I was a.lone. e~jn l;o think of such things?" " The Penduluµi" by Jane T aylor was ' What was this? Qua~ ~. quaint -.-. 11 Thank You .dramatfaed b.y Mame Holsclan, ·W ilma people ·b egan to file slowly , silent 1 you know,. the wi~d10.w o~ m.y htitle' Dale Boot~ m ust be a BOy Scout, Adams, Ida Walker, Wilma .l\'Ic.Maho:J, 1 and awed. I felt ashamed .of my house may look terribly dirty and B r.ude •impulse to laugh. Queer they smugg.y, b.ut I have c._ey.e s and can he does a go.od' deed every day. The T i..-1 ,.., ma .ro.wn. 1 ,.. • t oif ·rumws very nice · 1Y· were, but how did I app.e ar to them? see. ou my WI last three or four gO'od deeds have On the 0 with you ~ I tried to pull m y sh~.rt dusty hik- And' .you shouI.d see .some crf the things .been general utility m a n to the d ir _:the year 'Th e. ninth grad~ English class is , fog skirt to my ankles, .b~t th:y did I :do! You. wouldn't stop Iiau ghing ector of the '"The Bishop's Candler eportmg the proJect of ••Rea.d Al- 1 not seem t o notice. f or a week 1f I co.uW: relate evem half BROWNS EAT SHOP sticks." Peru, Nebraska ~ott's B~?ks." The . r.e ason for study- ; The .women .a:nd girls filed t o. one of them. . . . ' m g the life. of Lomsa M. Alco.tt .and Iside; the men and bo.ys, to t he other. One t hmg I saw I JUst ;cant k~~p "Moon" M.ullins has d'iscovere.d a her ·books, 1s tha.t of celebrating her How siient they seemed'! I began to myself much l.o.ngelr. I II have to ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ new u nit of measure. two ·l:>arrels iin oentennial. Q.uestions ~ere pass- Isurveying, first of all, the men. Yes, sh.are iit w'ith y~u all. Now, what , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- a hedge..h.og. Res Qy we never c ut e d o.ut to tihe seventh, eighth, and there were the old men with .their professor on this campus should be j KINGS BARBER SHOP / o n\'. o-pen to see. ninth g r.ades. "Little Me n'' was found 1 snow -whit e h air and .J:>u;hing brows, 1 able to stand .up in the snow on Your P atr onage Appreciated t o be the m ost popular ·o f h er b-Ooks 1ft om ,ben eath. which shone pierd r.g ~ E!ipp ery s.id:e w alks. N ot nec€Ssarily I Hair Cuts Are Now 25 ce nts ''P" Club men (suppose to be the with "Litt:~e Wcm~n" . ranki?g secci~:l. eyes of bea :iy black. Slow and awk- 1 ~e one who k?ows his law of gra.v· 1 Under Ba rnes Pha rmacy bravest on the campus) are hiding The i:nakm g of diaries, h10graph1es, w .;,i·d were the'ir movement s, gener al- 1ty ,alone, but 'IS also an ac\tor and u nder the (bed u 1'1fil after the "P'" bfoliio g rnphies, posters, poeIJ.IS, and lv aided by the use cµ .a cane, or the ' can keep ·h is b alance g~~cetfuny. But Cl,1-b dance. Let up girls, we had our, stories is inclu.~rl· in the project. ' a.rm of a thoughtful y-Outh. Then 1ev.e n in the bes.t .of fam1hes or scho.c l fling. give t h e me n .a chance. A s the final outcome a Louisa M. Al- ~ came th.e rniddltt-aged men with their faculties (!I should- say) people1 slip When you want fresh meat. cott Scrapbook is to be m ade and firm mouths, t.he .business men nf the and! f~L Fresh Pork-Yl hog a t 7c lb. 1 "After CoJJege--What? " d.edicat ed to the iUSe of the junior community. They held their heads And' the ,other morning a:tter ~he Corn fed beef- Front JA at Sc hig h s chool. aloft ~ nd walked with the stride of s now one ·o.f your prof.essors m f>em g lb . Hind 1A at 9c lb. ~ I d"a very g allant ,Py helpdng t w.o ladies - -a woo d~n n ·I n. C o11ege gir l s will be iinter ested in th h t over .a slippecy place wher e they H ow to save time steps and equipHow r eluct ant was e yout o 11 hi W t I •tt• CALL a Survey made of t he occupati·o ns· . . ' ' . . t f his sweetheart' He .nearly fe met s a er oo s1 m g follewed b.y wom en grad'ur, t; s. " Afte : ment •m getti~g breakfast. has .been ' separ:a e r om ·mll of I v.e ry calmly on the sidwalk. Of COllege - What?" is the title o.f a t he speed pr.oJect o-f the sixth g.rade I would Jbestow .up.on her a ~ . e. s Mr -(Oh' I .almost told · f els I The b l _ ' ad-Or ation, an d with a last ling.e mng cour • · · · . bo·o k by Chase- G-0ings Wo~o,ui:e. 00 c ass. m em ,ers are ear.n I I ,l 1 cm. who it was.!) We all know shps · · th t" f · ~e p ressure to h er arm, walk s O\li · y, Y It iis thd "studiy .of 6 66!1 !and..grant m g ease m e prepar.a: ion simp . . · . · th • don't count epc"""'" t wh.en they re' · b kf t. F ·t l ..... with wo rldly d1g mty, t o. e mens ,. ...._.... college women their occupations, r .e a as · r ut s, cer.ea. s, .,..,e-.erages, \ . d :cl •• · 1suit in .a fallP HONE 115 . .. d d egg dishes a nd b re.ad st uffs are some side. He h oped h e h ad succee e. in ear.rungs, .fam1liies, ~n some bun e~ of .the dishes t.he c1ass h as learned hidi ng h is emotions from .t he p rying ADA BRADY SEMINAR g rad'UJate and vocat10nal pro lems. · ' eyes of t h e m a t r ons. Where t,o sit?· · h · t o prepare. The g irls lay i;nd'ividual A report. of this bo.ok reveals t ese . ., . Here? H is eyes _began to scan bur.,_... ,,54 7 t ~ bhe women covers on their diesks ,} )efore eating •t .d ~ I .....- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .st'8.....,,.,1cs • per cen 0CL th f d riedly the fac es on the oppos1 e s1 e Ad1a Br adt' is m aking as a seminar .are employed; W/ith a median salary e .oo • of the church. Wheire was she? No, stud.y, ian investigation of the food J of $1,655; 31.9 per lent are engaged ·t hsis seat w as much better . So he s at problems on t h e Peru campus. Sh~ ; O UR TRACK in teaching at $1,640; $1,691 is the C OLLEGE ORCHESTRA I where h e couJd catch a view of "hc1r" is h av.ing a llJIUl)ber of students make median salary for professionJaJ work-' / GIVES CONVO. PROGRAM profile ou~.lined ag.a.inst the r ose a check of the .food they eat during W e . will be unlo-ading ~cver­ al di fferent kinds of coal soon . ers (Ubrani.an and h'eQlth workers lig ht streaming t h r.ough the southern t he waelk, Some of the objectives are among others), the larg.e sb class i n t h e .Frida y, December 9, music by the win-dow. (Ask him the subject of t o iiind if .the boys dat a ·better balanced d~et than the !Jirls, and if oJther eccupation following teaching; c ollege orchestr.a wias received ·P.Y a the · sermo n · after church.) alt houg-h women ·in execsutive p o.sitions ver.y apprec.ia.tive a udience, at t h e / But wh a1l aib.o.ut th e girl? Does h er t h ose who do light house ketping ar e in <business make salaI'ie.s of $2078~ convocation p.e r iod. visfon wander t o the opposite side of as well nourish ed as those who ea.'t .P ETER HOLDORF, Mgr. the genera.I salacy for all women in The first seleclt.ion by the orc·h es- lthe church ? Does sh e turn quickly, at board'ing h ouses. The findings of j PHONE 48 ....,__..._ PER U; NEBR.. . date.stu~y wiH be r ep orted . at a later ____________ ___________ commerce .is only $1,533; women in tra was thei "Ma.rch :from Scenes Pitt- 11blush and p lay with h er gloves ·o r this fields of home economics earn salaries orespu.eis," b.y J . ~senet. Th.e love· finger t he leaves of a hymn book? centering about $1,992; w.omen en- ly "Angelus. from Scen es Pittores· :She. s mHes. No, she must not look gaged in the lite11ary and drawing q.ues-," _a~o ·b.y Mass-enet, foll,?w.ed. /that w ay agatin. Prim .aun_tie .is seatarts make a median salary of $1,746. The third n umbes,_ \the cheery A~le· ied beside h er. Heir head is tilt ed to. ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP gro Guiholoso," b y Zamecnik, w as 1a da ngerous altjtu.de as she! w atch es rendered in a ple~ing manner -b.y h er niece with .an eagle's eyie. When you ar e ·p leasant we are sat,isfied DORM GIRLS ARE the clarinet quart.et. comp osed of I There .ifs always t he tir ed moth er All Work Guaran~ed HOSTESSES C)arence Crandell, Jane Snid-er, H us· \wit h her h oard of ·babies. She .t usPh o.ne 169 Phone 109 CLARK ton Kiingsolv.e r, anrl Marley S-hurUeff. sles with them t h r ough out t h e serOther folkes besides 'the Sophomore" The J.ast n umber, "Hu~gar:i!a.n. Dance mon, p acifyin g one with graham enjoyed themsehes Friday evening No. 22," w.a.s a splendid e nd'ing for cr acker.s w hile sh e blocks the tirriest from S:30 until 10:30 dancing' .i n the the' morning's pro.gram. tots yells with a bottle af milk. Be· Recreation Hall of Eliza Mor gan • hind her sits a q ueenly matron i n Hall. The freshme n, junior, and bEGINNI~G TAlLORJ.NG Icling;ing velvets. She eyes the grou p senior eirls we~·e per.mil.terl to bring . . . . in evident disgust t hrough her lorgthe'ir gentleman ;friendS for · an Be·g fonmg t8llormg is the. new pro- netti, almost sq.u ashing the figure .of evening of dancing provided they jelt of the ad·vwnced clotllmg class: a litJtle wizened main ,be9i-de her. He did not bring sophomore ,fe~lows and The girls expect to learn .h ow t o make glanC'es t imidly t his · way a nd t hen infringe on the rights of the sopho- /light tailored coats and s utts: They that, y,awning wtith a ·bored expressm"1·e .Oi:.r.ce. reline coats and le.arn the. .art .aion w.h.en uno.bserved. v·fg-,im a Hall played the piano and of giving garments :ta'ilor.~ touches. N ow com es t he minis~r, sti?diin g ab- t fifteen couples enjoyed them- IPerhaps .of most value will be the j stiffly up aisles. 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Forced to terminate itheir tussle be,fore the offic.iiJa,I ending, this .yer.i.rs Per.u Preps high school tea.m heLd a slight a.dvantag.e Wednesday nite ·1 over Bobkitten performers of former years .after three quarters o.f pl.ay had clos.ed. The score .atJ the end of the third quarter stood, H'ig.h School 38, Ed. Alumni 29. Pre-arranged possession Captain · Carmichael Pediersen of the floor by another group, nec"&::id" Priefert essitated cessation of the game. The game was a hectic affair, PERU MUSICIANS HEAR ...._..__..,._..__..,._..,._.._ 1 featuring weak offenc.e but .both . LINCOLN QUARTET played a smooth working offense ~ Professo.r Jindra anid thei college -~,__,.__..__,_._._,_. that unctioned with creditable ..... ;Precis'i-on. However, their defensive Last year the bo.ys in school numtactics showed consideral:lle hesita- string qiu.ar.t et a,ttend'e d the concert bered 140. This year lbhere arei 183. t.io.n as to the assumption of indiivid- b.y tr..e Go~d!On string Quartet ;at Lin- Of the class of 140; tw.enJt.y-five ual players d.utlies, but this flaw coin Monday e1Vening, D.ecember 5. gr?.idualled. eight will in summer should!. be rmeedied with experience. The Gordon String Quarltlet whoi!e · .school put .are teac'hing now, sevie(nty be remedied with experience. . ' return.ed this year and .:f orty-seven The Alumni .quintet. lacked org.an- p~r~onnel is Ja~ques Q.or.don,, first '9fid not. Many of the lat.U!lr plan to 'izatio.n and coopera1rion, 10.oth vita.I vrnlm, Ralph Silverman, 2nd vfolin, return are working for funidsi. Ntintyelernents to • succes~ful -basketbe.11 rPaul Roib,y.n, Viola :an.d Naoum Ben- five cut of ;the 140 compose those. playing. ditzk,i, ce.Uo, bro.adcasts from NBC at w.ho returned this .yiear and those RF1ilsback and Velvick wilth 17 amd 8:.00 a. m. ever.y Sunday. who graduated that are not expecteld lO po.ints to their respective cre(dits, I Their concert progl'!lm was as fol- to retiw-n. wer.e the -b ig g,uns for the hi: h rnhocl H-eir.e is to ou·r former Bobcat Young with 9, and Rohrs, with 8 lows: points, were h'igh scorers for the Qu,?.rtelt:, in A m_a jor,. Opus 18, No. 5 honorsAlumni. - ------- ---- -- - --- - Beethoven SHUBERT- Your showing against

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The follow'ing weiro · r ea; , an which they have mad e th emseIve ru a i:lll ·The Christmas • o-ifts it:hey havie been Thi·s medal is to he .aw ar ded v ery well criticized': "Chrlstma,s .Mledb. • g11aphy. l constructing are neaiing completron to a student of senior co - · itatfon/' ian essay; "Thru' a Window,'' I and will be pl'ese'hted at this t;ime. ann'UJ8llyk . the Per.u State Teachers "A Walk in Prayer," and " Despair Pop cor.n balLs will pr-0ba-bly be serv- lege ran m . t orig;in a l in - a n d t he .Comeback.:' aU poe:ros. --Published Wef'kly at Peru State Teachers C::ollege-ed. The first part of t he progarm College who c.ompliE~ es an Th Cl u b m embers s.e nll:. their spon1'.:otered at the Postoftice of Peru, Nebraska, as second c.lass matter. $1.00 will be ·by cand.Ie light. The child- vestigation of some phase -0f the geo · e Christmas remembrance to ren w:ill sing Christmas songs Wla~lld graphy of Nemaha: c·o unty. The c~P- s:r a th ·r gratitude to ·her. the Year-Sc single copy. tell stories. The second part tion oi the award is to .J:,e " The L ouise/ s o:V ez consist of two dramatizations, Star MaartS Medal for Geographic Re3'€arch . Doll~rs,. and The Tar Ba-J:>.y.. The ~:n Nemaha County, Nebraska." . TRAVELERS CLUB EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ----------------------- - --- M. FLORENCE MARTIN mempers of the class ,are ~akmg a The founder of the ail:>bve award is _ . _ ~ . . . T 1 f Christmas acr.ostic, some lines of Miss· Louise· Mears, head of the deh , st inJt.eresting m eet,,F8Cllllty Advisor . -------------~---- ------------- ----------- J. W. Ye which .are: H '.is for holly, and old partment of goegraphy, State Teach- . One of t e mo held' in the Ju.nSanta so jolly . . I is for ice, for skatC 11 ge' Milw aukee Wi~consin. I mgs of the y e ar wa~ . ThursSTAFF ASSOCIATES ' ers o e , . ' . H•'gh School A uditorium .on - Albin Larson i n g so nice. . . - / For a .n umb.er · of years !v1is.s Mears ,. ior t • . Mi Gard! spo'ke to t be Wilma James -------------------------------------:----. ·1 osition at Peru It day everung . ss M . --heM a s1mi ar P · · . d t heir v isitor , rs. Ma·J. H M'l t ad Dick Chatelain who is now living in I was w hi1eJ at Peru that she ~ecame · 1 nI meanbers an ~~ : Japan. · an.ey 1 s e , . ed. th . , . . . h of ors on her tr<aive""' m · ·· 1Anne Jensen ------------------------------------------Washmgton, D. C. an.swer e terested in the lo.cal geo,g vap Y. : h er talk witb pie· She illust r ate d' .Caro:I.yn C.aMer --------- ----- ---- ---------------- - ------ Irene Andr.e ws letters which ·the second grade wrote Nemaha County, and .i t was durmg tiures from t he land of che rr.y tb1oss1.~. Eckard .him. He told of the pleasure· he .re- j tt..at residence at Peru that she cclinimitable Marg.aret Winter -------- ------------------- ---------- Dorot•»;, H ls U1 b k ceiyed from , ~~eir letters_. e. a o lec:ted data for her well known oo • oms. Then in her own ·w ay sbiei showe:d the g~g.up . how .to Thelma Ann Broiy.e.r ---------------- ---- ---- ------------; Roland Edie g;ave a description .of a trip. to, \he "The Hills of Per.111." manipulate the chop-sticks . . . red Rohrs zoo. anid of one to t he mi:seum to j .Mlss Mear.s has been leader in her Wilma Jacka --'---------------Aileen Cox·---------.,--------- F . d th Inc1'1an The ch1ldr.e n ad. d Sh h s done much to TAXI AND TRANSFER SiuQ, ·Y e ' · · . . chosen f~el . e a . 'Gerald Tyler ------------· Sq1U.ire Watson ---------- ·Carnrllla Brogna mired t he spelling ·a nd wr1tmg of prop'lOte -~etteT technique in teachmg S ervices in Peru: To ·and from Autheir for~er cla~smate, and they very geogr.aphy, and has written m _a ny ar- b.urn. Nebrask a City a nd other !.O.wns. much enJo.yed his letter. I ticles which ha vie appeared m geo CALL C H AS WIL L S IT'S CATCHING P hone• 67 graphiic magazines. Christmas'. Of course it's almost Christmas. .The snC)W tells .you so, Miss T,ear was a welcome guest of : The purpose of the me~al ~wa.rd the wreaths in the windows of Miss Tieiar's ro.om, the silver ·bells., the the third and :fourth grades Good as set forth by the founder is, first t o gorgeously lighted tree !in the dorm-all de.clal'e 'it. You d'on't feel it?° YC!.ll Citizens Club Thursday morning. A enco~rage investigation of local na25c 25c; Sh am~ oo Hair cut don't have any money and .you can't b.uy pl'1€sen'ts so .you w;ish there wasn't fascinalbed gr~up w.atched her tie .up t·ural reso.urces and related human Nice line of H a ir Oil Che~P. such .a day? Oh, come out from behind your · s~lfishness, turn .your Christmas packages. As she tied .activities, sec·ond, to foTm a nucleus BOB tho-u.g'hts to something ·biggier. Throw a p arty with original, impossible, them she .e xplained how they could for a reference U.brar.y on local geoQn .the p avement :ruext _t o mirth provo.kring presents. It's the spirit you cl'r1ate that makes it Christ- be m ade attract'ive -by pleasing, colo:r graphy, consisting of t hesises prei:..ar' Sw anson Hall mas and not the dollars you spend. It's the peopl<e you make happ.y not co~binations,. artistic balance, and Pd by winners o.f these ~edals; t1r1rd, I t he :hours you compla'in. Su;ppose .you being a-b out 1a rebirth Wiithin v.aried arra.ng·ements. The children to train studlents in habits of accuryourself- one of complete, jo.yonrs ccntagiclllS optimism and declare a w.ere enco.ur ag·ed to offer sugges- ate study .and appr.eciatio.n of ii.. g-eo moratorium on blues. That's a Chrlistma.s gift .fo.r .y our friends, for Dad tions throughout the demonstr.ation. gr.<>.phic area or phenom~a. . . . 70 CEN TS and .M other. Stretch upward;, on tip -toes. Lo.ok over your hindering self . · J The med.al award c arries with nt •a will Clean and P r ess y ear (yo.u're ·not so bi~) see the other fellow and think what you c.an give to What c•an I d 10 with this half .y .ard stip.ulated .amo.unt to be used. in ~:i: s uit make him feel that it jg Christmas-Christmas everywhere-. First !thing yc.u of .cloth? As a resultl of this ques- rying forwa·r d the re:-sear ch and Ta.il~rs P eru Clean ers & }. know yo.u'll have caught the spirit your~elf-lt's contagi·ous Try it tion several girls in the seventh prepar ation .o~ the fin al r eport for Prop. l . A. CEJKA, ~rade .clothing cl ass have made CJUnn- permanent f.il1mg. bl d the Phone 62 SEASON'S GREET.INGS FRO.Ml THENURSE ing Japanese l antern laundry b•ags The selection of pr~·l ~ms a~ the for h:ose or h andkerchifes Perhaps wo·Tk done on same wi e un<le'r .Merry Chri~mas and a Healthy New Yea·r. Chr istmas v acation brings you will r:e~e'ive. one for ·Christ mas. 1gu•idance of the departm en_i; of. .ge-~rl:out an exo-dus of the entire studer.t ·body. It is a time · o.f home-groups graphy. The winning thems w1~l ...,e TO YOU .and <;>f h appy l'euni.ons ''somewh er e" . --1 select€id by an appointed c·omm1ttee.) A M erry Xmas ·and _A "Somewheire" means almost every-where" or ''anywh ere" .for Peru s~The hig h school home economics The medal .is .now on dispby in the Year New dents. With this d isseminat1on of st udenJts aJl over t he state ce!rtam g irls met .Monday evening to organiz.e t , h c ase in the ccllege a dmin istraheaUh problems. ,b ecome evident. Contagious diseases are prevaolent all a ,club. The f-OUow.ing officers were t~c p ~fice. over the state at this sooson. llt is n nt at •all .unlikely that these diisea8es , elect ed: president, Ruth Gifliland; I wn Fo.rsy th Hardwar~ may app e1ar in the homes of some of our student'S. -Wh~ is the students J vice president, .Doro.tlhy · Oa.wth:orn; j c;;::,.-t<::::...i-0::::::::.-...-:::,,.411-~,.m-'='--7:' . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -obligation to himself and ~oci<ety? In the case o.f! .doiptheria, ~carlet fev er ·o r I secr..etary .and · treasurer,. Evelyn D. 'L ~ 1 ~================= smal~ pox, a-bsolute immunity ma.y be setcure.d . Carriers c;an be detected Williams. Too name chosen was I for scarlet fever and· dipthe-riia by the ;means .o f nose .and thro.at cultures. T: H : E : · · I~ U • In other diseases as cihicken-pox measles,, and rnumps; !the exposure The meetings are to be held the ~"0-~-~--<::::::. time should 1be ascertained and· if the incubation period is of . s~vieral . ·first ,and t hird Mondays of each PERU PLAY ·E RS \ weeks, the students may safedy r etiu.rn t o. scho.ol-=i:f -a r epor.t is made , month. The clu·b has -ai very inter" · to th~ c,ollege health . department. They can then b e observ,e d andi at !the I esting program planned for the yea:r. \ expiration of the incu~a.tion period, can -be hospitaaized or releas.ed as . .. . , The m:in.utes were read and: a;pthe case may be.. WHEN CEDAR ..TRBES BLOSSOM prove d. The rOll.l-ca.111 ~as re~ .th~n ' Some unthinkin,g student may say, "Why bother? I'll take a chance-I it was m oved and carried t hat a ·bill P HYSICIAN u v;e on~y six miles from here at. Potluck Oentre. If I feel anything . . be passed. :M:iss Dickerso n's .group coming on, 'Ii'll get in my car. and beat it." . When c~gar t;~ ,b lossom -..in winter w as to have pr.e sented a p lay, but it Phones, Residenc e 28, O ffice 7 Such a ~ent's consdence wo.uld keep him awake n'ights if he. ~eaJized time , . . w.as postponed on account <Yf t he illt.he <enormity of his ·offe nse. He as •an adult may survive His infection And all ltlhe .ground lS ho.ar.y With j n ess o£ ,-both Miss D'ickersott and the with little or .no complica.t ion ·but he also m ay< and probabl,y will expose rime, leia;ding ;man. I Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 t o S :yo11:ng children who 1118.Y lose their liv.e s or elseJ permanently riu.in t h eir The crunching snow S'ings a Little j Rachel Viers gave t w o .uniq1ue I

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Hill- dep~Jests1onth atnd t h e Clsl~mp m : h.e 136 pieces h as j ust been or ganized at venU<e Ingl ewood C lif ma1 <e s a our 1n stmas Spirit t he Tra1ini s h 1 Th per sonate m ovie stars, just now at b ers at Chri.stmas meeting, Dec- j This Hom,e is suppor t ed., ·ind a orn'ia. . went un. the c h 1mney ' . ng Siat c oo ey meiet ford a 1ong w1'th '01t1r I pnact.ice each u d· . least. Up to ,d ate we hav e Ann e amber 12. Twenty-f.our p eoms and I rtained ·by t he t h · m ai·istocl<s and b onds a h"ld' . · r ay m ommg· an 1 111 . C . eac •etrs of Southern · ny c town Qr c·ountry is wel Harding on the camp.us. Now w e 1 sto111es were reoo. .Mrs. P . H . N or a. 1for " h ni•a. She - s of M'1ss G I Do · y.ou remember what a Int of come· T he'l'e ar e t wo or· three child wonder who wants to. qu alify for wood, Mi·s. Inke Dunning, and Blan R I C .ardson of Peru• class · n t h t · excite ment a nd m ystery w as provided , r en for every avai'lab'e . t. 1 1 . . - 'SO' . e a er in 0 h . . . . · • ms r ument-. Marie D r essler and Polly Moran. ch e Hias."ting.s JU,dged the lite s, as one h e<1ng car e:d for i n the . ur omes, a1 ound Chn3tm as time, ThIS new or g.a nization will k . · · rary Hom e. '.rh 1 t · 1 ·" h em were h' l l " ? M0 1 · • · ma e Don't be b ashful. strnr.mgs of the1gro up. "St ell Fid .,, 1 • e a .t er was uwst info1·- / ·b k' · c • c r •._ii. t ier '1111tiial appel&rance in the High School b Evel n B a ei I tunaoo m becormng cr.ipp!I.ed an d deaf a. m~ cakes and coc ktes; F ather Assembl room next T . I t m.a.y not ·Pe go:od English to say y rech.t was grant ed first that flllCt she is st.iii ..br mg.111.g h ome hig bundles and hiding emb'er t 7 p M' Dec" have f1'ew" but i t is the truth on pace among the p·o em s and " When m ost inter. Rtad i.1 the a ffairs <>.f today I away •u ntil Christm as E ve. kid band' a·u : . h l; :dvanced this camplls. Cedar Trees Blossom " by Esther Ann in PenUJ. Miss Richardson's old . a nd sister coming for cer t, and a . co.n CJ.ark $€<\Co n d. "R ..fr1e111ds are urged! to ite t h e o 1 ays. • ng o r1stmas enc e M riti ' eflectfons" PY Flor- I the aibo~e address·.· wr. . o, er at I wnt to t en. ~ou what a lot of fun :ongs will be :re~tured'. This ·is the a . n was se\lected as best from we .h ad last year without speuding econd of t he : .e r1es o;f free entertain.According to Cr.aindall's short h and t h e s h or t story contr i·h utdons. " . ' .. - .-.- . - penny gifts. Thena ar e fifteen be g1.ven ..SchooJ book hei has an 0 . K. to date. All he A gay s no.w b aill party :tl<>llowed in r ec•ent ··Stia.te Teach ers' As- ' in our immediaite ents. for th-e1r p arbas to do is to present it to the Dean w h:.ic h each one present . sociation d eleg ate mcetinr,. a o-r eat I a1unts, and cc:.UJSins. All · live on e yone J S welcome. received . .a m8dly of t h e p eru .g raduates "' were "' in nejgh b 1-i l'\g, f .ar ms or an · the nearby 1 of Women and every!bhing wiU be b ig pop corn b ll . a · attendance. . . town. Christmas has always ·been a A. E. JOHNSON, D. D. S. O. K. ~he g1rls are atlwa.ys glad to M is - s Bre.cht's. p.oem ~s · p rinted heb ig ' cel e b r at ion · f or us ·h ut last finwelcome new cc.Jil'erS to t.he grc1U,p . X_-RAY SERVICE Iow: -~~ ancial losses m&d'e it "neCleSsary to .M. C. Lefieir, _'.09, now ~up.erintend- omit /the usu.al .e xc.h ange of g'..,._s So ' PHt>NE 36 ,___ ent -0f the L. ht . · .u.., . 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special interest to ltlhe department. To have ·b~etti inviteicl into mernbership R u nners up 25 WJas . a rec.og,nition which every man V a rsity tennis p1ay.ers may - not felt highly honored to receive. 'l'he ent ell" class ttou.rnament n"'c-e s'"ty ·()If havdng high acholnst'ic 11 In dividual P -0ints "' ' achieV'elllent "'' l. J.JJJU.J -r _ _..J.:v1 .... 11 1 pou., .... will _ be awin~and stand·ards was rewi 3 ·1 ...•a cognizeid .at the ver.y beginning and ed f or the foll o w1µg sports; it is !b'ecaiuse of this ,~act that it .w~s swilnpll_ng, .trac k,, ten nis, and possible for Kappa. Sigml\ Alpha ,o hiki.ing . · d be a-b sorbed py •a na~ional_ o~g~niza- ·1 OF PERU STATE Indi~rdu~ points .shalt be awal' • 2 t.ion. only .outstanding mctmduals THE EVER BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS . ed ·o n t h e following scale: are encouraged in'tlo membership due SNOWY (a) 25 points f,or hiking ~ to even higher requirements ot TEACHERS COLLEGE ATTIRE~ IN ITS miles tn a.c.cord a nce wtth EPSILON PI TAU. It ·is indeed an CHRISTMAS WEATHER. the rules bel ow honor for Peru to have a i:h.apter of th p erson ... (Rules at · 1least .on-e 0 e r EPSILON PI TAU on the .~ampus, for, :; . j M ' th' hike. . 'h t t of Q l't N t R erat1'on TRAINER NOTES / W;A.A. POINT SYS11E . mu.st go w'lth .yo u on_ ts_k_~· ..J -.n h . t ere are ·vut. two c ap ·ers wes , ua I y 0 en um Some of the ulgir.1~ havef·been ask~ng Hand the num}ler of miles hi ~="" 1 Zeta ichapjje-r .at the State Teacher~ Teachers .. Ideal Continued ' .?. b ou,t tiih e reg a:tions o r earning · the leader within th r eei d a y s ;!Ui.e'r · College, DeKalb, Illinois. They are,, 1 • -._ · • t f ..._ d weaters. · T·Le p<Ym s or 1e .. ~~s an s · '" t'L.·i·s hi'""ng. is done) • Ete chapter atc:o11-~ PeiiUJ ia.nd Dt1lta . New York. Citu is the goal .of •·the four maJor . C chaptIr 1 Th e f o11'owmg excerp t fro m an --A" q>I- , ..., spo rts f or th"lS year. a re .. (b) 5"''p. ofots for each a.;d;:di'"• wona:1 10 er at Or gon .,..,.te 0 o 11ege, , orva is, . . ,, · .· .. . ,, membe·r s of the' f()urth grade ar1tb;. h"t · "-..:.11 b ·k ti...an voll bal'l l , ey , m1·1es b1"ked be,:uond 40 m1 es. . t oria l Ln Th e N e'Y; "/.;v_ or k ..T im·oo 0 f met1"c class. All · ieave Los Angeles i pin /ur"' .., as oe .,.,. Oregon. · d" · ls ......i " and b.as.e .pall. Cre 1t 1S a o s .. ven (No bike of iless tban 5 m\les t<> T~ere h.as ·been much effort. involv- j September 9, apropos of the return and pr-0~eed ·by way .o f Salt Uake minor sports. Fivie hun:drield. points cou.nt) ' . ~d ~-n tr.ym_g, to get .the loca,l o~g.an- of .t he Neiw · York City teachers to City and Omaha. Each child has a entitle :a gfrl to a -1e1tter, and one f i'iTSt place in .izat'ion affiliated wirt? th'el nationaJ their school work,, ts just as applic- car. E~ery time he receiv.e s- 100 in thousand point~. ti~ a sweater. The (c) 20 points · or _ .group and! now :that it has bee ac,.. arithmetic he mo.v es 300 miles. He rules for .the earning of points ilol- each tr.ack me~ I in comp.lished it i.s quite .fitting that I a.ple .and tr.ue for teachers olf the Mid.~ maiy go 200 miles if he mlisses only Io-w: I ( d) l _O points f or second p ace membel"Sj of Eta.cha.pter of EPSILON 1 dle West. . one ·p roblem,- and 100 miles if :he of A d · e a.ch track meet Cond'itions war s,_ I (.e) 5 po;,., ..... for third p tace in ea_cb PI TAU. :ec·o gmze m proper manner j "The pubJic may have tihe i.mpres- misses if he misses only two. I. Gr.oup points .w"<' the u.ntirmg e(fforts and personnl ! sion that the matter uppermost . in ___ I . track meet sacrifice5 of P.ro:eessors .A!: V: Larson · A. Class teams (f) 50 a;dJcJ.itiona'l p oints f or the 1nand C, R: Llndsitrom o-.fi the Peru their minds (th'e! tea~hers') is c·om- · G~rifrtrnas gifts h.ave .,been the L Po.ints shall be forfeited by divl dual winn~:r if .first p,lac e in trac.k faculty. ·: pensation. This is an unwarranted proJect of the art department .Of _the . any team men)ber who .:£ails I inference. T.he teachers . are as a .training school. Fo~'Ow'lng are the I to appear ·f or the; contest. me(egt) 35 .addit:io: al poi nts • f or the FRESHMEN PARTY O'bjects being constr _:cted and deco.rat- 1 -2. Fiilty per cent of points for.et . . . rul01 the least self-seeking group of de: raffia napkin rings, first grade; I feited for unexcused tard.i- wi.nl!er of s.ec~md p l ace in trac k .roe . (Continued frorn first page.t~ . , citizens. The financial motive fa sel- , raffia table mats, second. grade cal- 1 • ness at contest Swimming · · · f ~m t·o. f-0.rm ~- palata-b le and appe 1zm"' · "' " I d ~m d ornman · t ~n · th M · d secon d g~a d~; B. T"'nni·s ' .· (h) 25 p_o_ints .£o.r menwer s 'O Bw• • lu;ich. _ e sel ec.1on of e nd · ~r ·.bl:ott ers, ·f~:.rst 1a.n ..,

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The rh. vhmical strains of "Tha.t teac~ing 1as a ~ife pro.ffflsion. And , ho.t dish mats of b_e aver ~oard ~ti! 1 I. Nat more than three tou.rntai- ming team , G.entlem.an from Geor- 1when it comes .t o the actual work crayolas used a.sds the· mehd.ium,.de·thir~I mepts (single o.r double) (i) 5 p.oints fo r ,b_reast str ok e, b ack . ,, ed th d · t" T grade; •book en , fCJIU.rt gra ; oi shalf .be carried- on during stroke, side s troke, dou·J:?1e over ::;m g.La , .o pen e ancmg ac ivi ies 1the ver.y presence of pupils with h . .. · · h ' d th11t iculmin1ated to the tune of . . . . . . . clot wa11 uangmg M~ crayo.as use I the s_e ason. stroke ~ "H S H ,, h I th-e11r var.ymg md1v1duahties makes on reverse Siitle of oil cloth fifth 1 ( J') 5 points for su~ac~ d'ive ( 6 ff 2 · The t _y pe and number of oinei weet ome, sev.era1 ou:rs . . ' b k later. And whethieir .y ou marvel a.'t all other thrngs secondary. g;adie; letter holders and tie racks ; tournaments shall .p e at t.he water for objeict) Yaci.ng dive, a c the lilting tm.ne of Crandall's "sax," "P:uJ)lfo education ts the largest sixth g_rade._ \ discretion of tennis sport .dive, r.un.P\ing front j ack knife,, bac'k er th.e ·sp;a.rk)Jing rhythm of the piano, single 'industry' in th-eJ United States. leader subjcet to the a.pp- jacll: kn'i.fe in gO'od f orm you were swie to enjoy the music of One person in eiver.y four g<ives full Pe.a.nut ·brittle, car.amels, furlge, roval of the W. A. A: (k) 5 p oints for 3 typic al bre aks Lio.yd Perry's "Ag.g ravators". If you (or part) time to .the scho·ols either Persian sweets, candlied cranberries! 3. At least 12 must compete in a ( l) 5 ppints for 3 carrie·s ,, carrying think" the lads .and lassies weren't as pupil or teacher. The school bud~ Boxes o;il these deJ.icious candies .are sing.le varsity tourn-ament person l,5 feet . touched wh!an Trenholm poured a get is ;t he largest single i~em 'in prac- b.eing prepared b.y the sixth gr1ade and in a d()uble tourn1aanent-. . (m) 5 po:ints for dista nc~ torrid trombone ho·k um into the der- tically 1aU communities~' :foods c~ass for Christin~ g'ii'ta. They 4. All points a.pov.e 150 ma.d.Q i n (n) lOO points-R ed Cross Life hy;'°then .you don't kn.ow lads and "The one essential 'quality' in are ibrymg to. c-O'ok candies that have tennis during one school Saving Exami.qaltion lassi-as: · the teaching-qual'ity fa tile se~e o:f much fruit as they are m~re nutritious. year must :be forfoited b.y (o) P r esident, r ecording secreta11y The party was a liighly enjo.ya.ble excellence. That inv.olves of course Neatness, arrang.e ment m color arad the .individual making such tr.easurer and .s p ort leade !li s hall re affair ·a nd much appreciative credit the kno.wledge of terchni~:u.e and' .a~ texture of ca~rn,es, artistic:aUy _ ~onpoints. cei ve 75 p:oi ntS f or s u cc.e ssf ull.v carryi.s. due Miss T.ecar .a'.nd the directing .a-bility to communicate( to immature stru~ted h?xes ·w:ill also ·h e !tlake? mto C. Track ,., · in.g 01U.t the wQrok of theLr depai·tments committees. minds the best that the race has c.onsideratio.n of m the prepal'atio.n of 1. At lea.st 3 must c.o mpete in (p) The. other offi cers s hall receive leiar.ned. In so far •as salia.ry .e nters these gifts. · each ·event. 50 points GAMiE WELL ATTENDED as a factor in secm-;ing qiuality, it .. 2. Five practices shall :be reqiur~ (q) Win n ing t eams 50 p.oints t o ~e _ first nage:.) must be maintained even at sacrifice ·The sp'irit of Christmas is b.eing d f .... "b·•··t · t k (·Continued from r · d h e or eitgi 1'.:i Y m rac e.qua.Uy diivided am ong m embers ~iliePC~h~a~~~fu~bffi~ ~-~r W~~ The ~~ries of ~op~ trou~oot ilie ~n~ ~~~~~~~·~~~-~~~~~·~~~g~~~~~~~~~-i~~~~~~~ fit. ' ·.. ·,,. . ,.. . · teac'hEa'S hiave not till ,lat,ely jb'e.e n :at 111.igh d.eparrtmenbt by decor.atnol'Mil, by ._..,_..,_'°_...,_.._,,~""._"-_..., The nex.t .game ·on th:eJ Peru sched- au. commensur.ate with :the 'r.eilative iteraturs, oand . y differ.-erit activitfrs. uJ.e wi'll ·be a.t W.ayne Jan. 6. value of the work olf the best. teach- A Christmas program given WednesPERU 66 HEBRON 17 ers. At such a · time as this jt;. must diaiy wiH consist of carols, talks,_ Po.ints Points ·Pe possible to sec~rei a higher aver- re.adfogs, and' the exchange of simple

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H-0. H-atch.er F 17 Beieir F s l age quality and! to make great.er quan- 1 . Carmichael F 18 Paysen F ! 1tibive demands up-O.JJ. thalt superior Ped1eirsen , C 2 Deines c (YI te'a.ching. In this directiqn lies the EXCHANGE Punches G 4 Williams G 1 1 road to the gre.abest economy. "Journey's End.," the ~r drama, Prie<fe1·t (Capt) G 13 D.irks G "The teachers have had to fight was given as an amateur production Crawford. F 6 Schalins~· G .o pretty muc·h alone the battles for/ the for the first t.ime by the Creighton Webb F 2 · .Mlaher C 6 P'attles for the childrejll and, for players, Dec. 6. Fislher C 2· Buhr F .0 themselves. It may now be necessar.y Creighton.' s e~sbern .debate tea.i.n Hdi: H.atcheT G O · that they should share! in tJhe genenl has met thr.ee deb.at.et teams, l\Iarfolly G 2 reducti.on of salarie_<;, 1but it should quette university, Nocthwestern uni·~opr~-. .. F O . -b e . only f.or the time; and not iat the 1 viersity and Loyoyla university on the . 0.:£fltjals- .D!lllaip. .anfl...}Villi.11,m,s peril oif th,e pea·manent schedules:~' tax q1\l.efitfon of reducti.on-. ;c1. _:;- .

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.DES·ERT BOBCATS FALL MA\' Y•O:U ; ALL :FACULTY PERU .PREY TO WAY.NiE .I

Long Shot By Velvick Downed Deaf School

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fin al score was 19 to 11 favoring the / might ask each one o:r. them to wer,e forced to use revised 1 11.. . 1 ff Bobkitteus, ar).<l not bef.ore Capt~ Iju~t what he saw when h e visited ' w~ich proved ~ hancliicap. Capta~n V-e!Jvick's long archer connecbed tn 1 Denver, Minn.~otJa. or Texa 0, ,8 survey Priefert was shifted .up t o a forwa1.d t he last second_~ pJ:4Y, Q)id the Pre}>' 'There are no more ,inclusive j About twenty two men tumelt out of their h.o1ila1ay vis.itations h as been with Bob Carmichael .and Tolly an.cl sterS ~ve the game rn th~ b.a g. • words than WorM Friends ~or the I for "Y" Last Wednesday evening. made. : Punches were at the guar ds, with . Velv1ck started the sco~.mg by net- wo.r.d "wo.r ld" brings the joy of trave-1, I Ping·-Pong was the prer-meeting .atMiss Ruth Ah~berg went t o Des I Pedersen hol,din.g -d.o wn the pivot tinO' one fr.om the centei. Petersen, "h .. . I M · d · t th If there . · t "' .'l\fute :fo ward r etaliated with a t: e fasCJnation of ti-a.ins, buses, ocean traction and even though this was the J' omes an p om s sou. · · . ·h . pos1t1011. . ar..J O'O'al to reven the ' · 1.mes and cal'avan trai'1s and fnends . v.acat1on fsl· ..n count 1and• M·i lsociety's introduction · to the c-·.ame I hh ad been fi . .a t dlonger 't · Fl ' d she m1g t I• p ei.u was out in the lead 7 t o 2 m tnu ., • • b ' a ve ms e i m on a. . b h Jer rammed horn& a~oth~ to place the feeling of .companionship,'' began severa~ of t he .~ello~s d~mo:istrated Dr. Baker kept t he h ome fi res t urn- ' t.he e arlier p.a1t of the g am.e, ut t e t he 1931 sta.t e c'h amp1ons m the lead. Mrs. Hubbel ,in her talk at Y. w. c. exceptional ab1hty m w1e1d11ng the i.ng, along with Prcrf. Benford, who Wil \cats st arted a bomiba1dment on Then Railsback .hit the hoop twjce A. on ' ' World! Friends." small wood€n paddles. No dou.bt it i.however diid spen:d one da.y in · the basket, with Gr.u hb and Smith f<>r 4- points cand Velvick's counter "I feel closest to ail! !'aces when 1 will be but a short wh!le before sev:- : Oma:ha. I sinkhig them from every angle. via char.ity lane gave the lead they take a. trip in my hom,e lfind1ng, in an er.al. of the m embers will becom.e f:or- 1 It's too bad long vacations don't W:a.yne lt:ld\ .at the h alf 25 t o ~6. enjoyed for most of the cont@st Pe- Oriental Nook carved candlestscks, a m1d1ble op.ponents to anyol'!e w1shmg . occ.ur more often Sl\ Miss Brackney wa.s ejected from the game m the ru's scoring for the ~rst h<tLf was vase from Japan,, a piece of tapestry to offer. co1~bat. . • could enjoy more pleasant_ visits in second h alf on person~ ls a~d An'lrew5 terminated by Velvicks sid~ shot, th.at portrays the patience and love o.f The hig h h.ght of th~ evemu~g s pro- i her Ohio •home. Miss Brandt . went freshman flash. was .sent m at florgiving Peru an 11-8 .advantage. 1b.eauty that the Chinese have. The ?'ram was the except10n.0ll:1 !nterest- home t o Unadilla,. wa1·d, shifting Priefert b - ck to gua~.d. Coach "N'ick" P et-ersen must have pnt.ricia-te scarf from Czechoslavakia m g a nd help~ul ~a~ by ,Supt Clem"I did.n 't go outside the city limit>," ! In the ten ":inutes left ·t o play .A:nemnioyed the sign language to go·o d t apes t ry f rom the Iooms of B e l g1um . ents oft the kTra1mng"ThSchoo• Miss Branson · J drews sank f1ve1 field goaJs t o _ · Cl T l. hMr. c:aid ~· . h H keep ·d advantage during the intermission a> 1 d bl k d h't a' 'lh emen s spo e on e eac er s 1 Dr Brown believes in worthy use t he Bo·bcat s m t e r ace. ow.ai the M'Utes ciame back witn a s~urt .tatn f ac aGn w. I e wthoo en s1 oue- I Relo!:',ti0J1shi-p in the Community". Be- of le.isure ti~e. He stu.died hfs les- 1 Hr.tchu replaced Tolly a.t the other . es . r.om .e rmanyese are my . 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T h d · · ed his that natbad .t hem 5 po.ints before the workl fri ends." :a~se . 0. is ·~; e e:cthperihen .el a~I' sons in Per.u. guar.cl rd l.e!·c.h ol11Y a h~ntJdurt n PrePster"'- "'ound themselves Agaiin I k' f t l M intimat e .associia-.on WI sc o.o p ro " W R Carter attended to some un, arm · Car!Til ae was s lL e o ce .L • ,. n spea m g o race o er ance rs. . · l'fi' d · · th -· 11 CaptaJ.n Velvick, ace forward, d,eliv- Hubbel .comp.are~ it to the d isrespect i lem s. he is PElcuharly we q u a i e finiEhed business and .r,i little birds.aid ter for Pedersen and ~enny, a?~ ~ 1 ered Jb.Y scoring 4 points in succeiSsion one would have .toward a :!lather who J to g ive . som~ ~ound counsel and that he ,I: ad his wisdom teeth ex- freshman prod~ct ~1 om F an b~i ~ t o give · p eru 1a. l5 - l3 ..•e--' tlrn·t .young tracted· m the closm., """'~ In typi.cal \ s h owe d p.art•talit:y t o one o f' h'is c h'l 1 - ,' worthwhile. advice. to h ' f' b . . . 11 went into ,t heh hneup , "' b' the .:in.af lads d L'k · Ch · t' ld 1 teach.er gom g out on is ir.s JO · Lincoln was the vacat1onmg pomt I moments. of t e: g ame. see-saw i.•as ion, w... ren. 1 ew1se as ns i ans cou . . · 1 4 · · h 1d . \ Matters oi persona appc:ar.ance, of Miss Esther Ann Cla·r k,. . Grubib, wN.dc·at scorm g ace was mbol~tefl',t;,d their SI~ of t e .e gera respeclt ~e p.a1d toward?a !ather w ho p ersondity, ahili:ty and v.illingn e<s t o Mr. Cla._Vtburn, .an advocat e of I clivid.Pal high scorer for the e~ening tallies and w ere :ahead untfil - Pu.,,h, was p artial to one r~ce. . We are. all i t ?.ke p art in community .affa,irs are "House Beautiful," spent his time in I with eight £ield goals. Carn.1chael, Peru guar.d, foun-d the net:tmg to( brothers, treated .a~1ke, m se~ t1~e i imporbant things every teacher ~he betterment of his home. Peru forward le.d the for the Lo b~1: knot the count at 17 a.J!l. and harvest. sunshme and 1'· m, JOY shoul.d stu.dy befor.e iattempting to go T d t EI d e th ex- i'ive wit h eleven points,, fo ur ()If · 'th nds to o d ,, wo ays a mwoo wer e I . Th.en 1 ~ was, wi sec~ r ~; .~n sc.rrow• . . into a COl'Jlmunity /to teach. ~e sh odJ 1tent of Pr•& Clements' visit ations which were t he result o:f 1:'ee1.t hroV1s. 'I/ 2*;. 'J ~:v1ck lat tfl,y. 1a .high a . ch _ By .a.U y-e will or whisper, I go. ther-e with the idea .of givmg some- \ abroa.d. I Coaches .Lor beer and ?1lkeson a~~ f!'om nutd-court t_hat conruected .a.ud , B,y .rtn. ye leave or .d o : thing worthwh\ile ou~i.d'e the c1assMiss Dav1dsrn was at Colwnbus, \ ten B.obc ats ma.de the tr ip t o \v.ayne ena bled a deseirv:i.ng team to wnn a I The silent, sullen p eople . room 3 s welll in itl and .sh ould ex- K her home I Frioday. Besid-ets .the eigh t pla) ers h Will · tl G d d You " "f · ansas, · """" dC 1 p ress a wiUingness t r 1·wng b ~~' il .gam e. S careelY h a d · the • J .Ju. gie y.ouz:- , 0 an · at all, times to The new libra.ry of t.he University ! lb tE•d i.n t l .e !foe up, W ...,,b an 1 awi:>all foft hls outstretched hands, until I This is €Spec1a11ly true on c:i-m- coopeirate in worth.y enterp:qises. A o'f Denver proved most inteoi'esting J10 r.d mace t he trj'p t;he fi~ial whistle ~liew. p~s~.s w hen there are sev.~r.al nat10n~ t eacher is judged to .a con.sk'·eraib!e to Miss Norma D.irdde1 who during .Ml eyes will cente'r~d upon the V e vick w.as easdy the star af the ~J1t1•es. The short pla;y The Coloi extent by the way he taike.s p-arlt m her st'ay in Colorado, called on Dr. Omaha Univers1ty-Per.u g am e here t ussle, while Petersen, Mute furw:ard, i Line" w:as used by Mrs. Hubb~.J .as .nn / community affairs. Holch, fo r mer head ~f. the Biology Wedne5 diay nigh t Jrnua~y ~1. If the bore the brunt off tha attack for th·e I i'llustr?~trnn af th·~· It deaJt with i N ext Wed.nesday eventing, Jan uary Depar tment, who was not at h ome. ·B beats can _break the w1.n nm~ stre~k losern. J the 1att1tude of a •chmese .stu.dent who I 111¥ th.e Y. M. C . A. and' the local Dean Delzell, vssiting with h is dau- oil t he Car~ma·l~, t he.y will still be m The llina-upi. ?·as sp<c:t se:rel'al year~ m ~n Amer- 1 K. iwanis club are sp·onso1 ing .a Fath er g·hter Donna J,ane ·h om e fr cm Detr~it, t he Ch?.mp1onshtp r ace. . N. S. D., Po. f.g ft f pts 1can Umve!'s1ty preparing himsel:fl to / ?.n.d Son banquet.. All the men o.f th9 1recommen.ded Peru as .a "stampmg Peru (37) fg ft p f W.aj ne 44 :fig It P Shult.z, rf 1 1 3 beach u~~n hi.s return. to China. Wht'.~ i Col.lege are urged . .to. ·attend, .and if ground i'or Christmas viacatiqn" 'Miss J Prief~rt i1 2 2 3 Gruibb f 8 0 3 (a. c.) Petel'Sen, If 3 6 t he position m a Ghmese School ~s 1 poss,\ble each is to rnvli.te srme boy as Hileman, als.o had her ''<lelig htfiul Carrru.c hael f 4 4 3 Decker f1 1 0 l Miller, c 3 6 offered him h e refuses. to a ·c cept it his s.on fo.r the occasion. Tickets will time" in Peru but she found it r .:ther Pe.d>ersen c 2 0 1 Sext on c 0 0 0 Koolman, rg but tl~clares that he w1H r~t~rn to \ cost twenty five c:e111ts ($0.25). tame. P unches g 0 0 4 Smith g 6 1 0 I G China to wol'k against Chtj1sti.ans .be\ . The -attraction oi' filq:; h eld .Miss Tolly g 1 1 0 Peters g 1 0 0 arne:it, g d t' f. · A cl f 5 O 0 Bake ·f 0 1 1 (c) Thorpe; lg c ause of the attiJtude an ac tons 0 ' I Gockley and .Mr. EL::lon Ha) w r.rd h€re _·? r ews 'l' 3 0 0 R the stu.dients with whom he has come ' j along the MJizzou. Although Mr. hct Hatcher g 1 0 0 E vans c . 8 1 2 in contact. Whit: he is with n i' Ha,yward did t r.ave! .as far as Tecum- Denny g O O O P aul g 1 2 3 pa T Is 8 1 2 17 the p.resiident a· g,1 rl comes Jn and ex- I r seh. Larsen f 0 0 0 I, plains th.at she is leaving immedi ·tely , Mr. Hill scattereld his interests- - T ot al 15 7 11 Total 20 4 8 PERU ota R e feree Johnston (Doane) () V I . k f 5 I 11 for China as h er f a th er w h 0 w as .a. I C h Ernest Loi beer'.s Bobcats Beaveir Crossing, Lincoln and Crete. c e v1c ' r 4 ' th nd had been th1s ' oac I I' d M' H d the - - -- -Railsback M' 2 1 teacher ere a ' . - b I' " ill face a toug h opponent this week, . Texai; ca .e . iss arv·e y .an HAUSER RECIEVED ' 2 2 Chinese boys teacher wa~ k!llerl : I when the me.et the Cardin als :flrom Nor woods home. L EG INJURY c 1 1' 2 tr·o ops. Afte r some quest10mn_g an d i 0 b iverSity in the Peru gym An uncomfirmed ! eport say,g Co•a ch rg 1 2 expla ining i·t is fo und that the ! January 11. Gilkenso.n sp ent the yuletide in OmThat automobiles .are not t he• most lg. 7 era ! in command c:f troops tin Alf.er ·dr.opping their first conf,er- j aha. <l<1nger ous t hin.P.s t r affic w. as ams, g this .student's :flather w~o. was ~c. e· gd Ience g.ame to Wayne the B4'bcats I Linc.oln was the home .addre'f:ls O'f q Willi Co we1l,. f proved Sund"S)r'' nig ht when " 1 4 19 upon the su!!gestion .)if . h is son. F ill t , must w1'n from the Car.din'lls to be in Miss Faul.haber. --. . t ram T t 1 v b.y t he m o: a wi'th remorse the Chinese s;tu fie . the Champ1'or.o."'h1'p r.unning. Coach Mrs. Imce Dunnmg VIS~ t e.d h er p ar - Hauser ·· was struck , d ol'or.c.y. ReA.. K Oit a b .,..., to h ave a first cle o-f. .Keith~ Cox. Hauser, he 1r1ous . .y:r.eie, tries to rn.ake a.mends and. he d. e;c1 des ' Lorbeer hopes string ents a,t Alliance. . ':t I 'l'imer , Dallam t n to China and work wit~ the l' . aa'labl·a to staort t his contest Ho.a Kansas .1iound Miss G.ar.d with~pain, 'w as t aken to t he .' osp.t a S tChristia Q re urns. . · .and 1ne-up av ~ ular five a.re hitting "Christmas~ng . . ,, w1'th reo~a , t 1ves ' cor.e:r, ·W atson . if these< reg w 1u.1e .at Nebr.aska City by £ri·eln<ls. Examh . 1 J Fleming in hlS book h h they did in the H ebron (Continued. on P,aige Fdur.) inat ion by physicians r evealed , t at D P R E PARE S ame · • . . ,, 's t e oop as he h ad · sustained a compo.unid leg DEBATE SQU .AlD TATE TEAMS ''.Whither Bound _ip ¥1Ss1ons say games the Omaha champions may :fr'acture. How long he will ·be reT O MEET S . r is "Tho one sp'e\aks wit? the tongues 1!ind it toqg1h· g.o ing . . ' fi .t;ained at t he hospital has not been The -debate sea-son .th.ts ~eia men aru:l of ang.eds m }re.half of hi~ I . A la r ge number of Omaha UnIVer--.r,-"':"' ' learned. Planned to be a mos t inte resting g ospel .and yet .does not fe.i;; 'ty boosters are expe.cted to :fio.Uow Tu.es. J an rn:" P. D• c. 9:50 Haiuser is .a sophomor.e h ere and The qu€stion is R esolved : t h at brother to those .color Sed Hartman and his Hig h School GLee C!Ulb-8:00 wa-a assist ant to the student football allied' war debt s h ould ,be can.ce £. . and culture his relatronsh1ps .will b~ to P e!ru for th,'is tussle a nd wit~ t .e Ed. S cience Movie 7-8 . m mager last fall. Out :of an orig inal fifteen o utb o r ~ingle with p a·t ro.n ag e, .and bis word lo.Y'a·l suppoPt that the Bobc&.t s .a ways "I debate the number lvas n ow .'· een wiU be h e ard .as s~~ndmg brass an ' receive t h e blleach ers in t he b1g g ym U Wede. J·a n. 11• Y. M. G. A. 7-8, ' JJION TAME RS l Th e are· Willard ymbal. ' ·n b ~m d Y. w. c. A. - 7-P.. c. c. A. -7-3• {} EXHIBIT ATHLETIC PROWESS owered to ,eig.h t . W es. - Ll - Lo...ene a c lang,ing ch gr·~astest l~aders hi e e " d'ng WI''-h the sports- ,. B k t t..· ·' l 0 aha at Peru 8 Shum.a'(}. D 'ght · 1"""""-0,, " ' 'T o of t e "'. ~· · h In co-rrespon 1 "' . f as e u:au m ' · .During t he half t ime interval, 14 ooth: R icha rd the ;orld .are Ghandd o.fl : eclitor o.fl the "Gateway", Om ahas Thurs. J an . 12: Class faculty m emibers dispelled .ped.agogicRucksd ashel, Ray m o n d not a Christia n t e ac?es .l ove ! ri.t1i.ce j s choo! pap.er, h e send 9:50 Freshman Club.c, 7.9 Phil ' ,_ oal troubles, and engaged m a volley Ra t Jl,1cC eijan.. l asses non vtolenc~ this. informat:Ion: ·. Everet~ 8. /'i ;ball contest. wley, •and Gra n bel:· of! home lower c,._....; ' a nd K a g a wo a J ap.a nese "Oma&a will be pointing for then Fri·. J an 13·. Au burn H. S. Bas- (( An agg-reg ation co.nsisting of Tyler, There will J:>e a n uql re not and s ui'"""' ,ng life as h e believes th'r·d str·~ 1· ght ba.sket.t>alL vied N d nits a t rays twenty 1 ... ketball (t here). Clements, Mathews, Haywar • aebates, but t h e oppon~l pe sev:eral who. por. uld have men 'live, serving b~t ,1Zeel that1 Pe(ru is iah vays a ~ hors, and Linstrom, clown·ed t he opM known. There w wriIL p ro- Chri1st you would be great you ~ory, h team on tts home1court. Omaha Sa.t. J.an. 14: All Co~lege Dance. ~ .p osit ion b.y 15 to U cou.nt. T he losteams toUJ$ng the r.;tare w team oth e r s . vant of ia.1i. ted Nebrask a Wesleyan 37 t o 33 Mon. Ja.n 16: Alpha Mu Omega in g group included L arson, Coad, Norbly debate here.. The I m ust ·b'e ·a prejudice is r::teaFriday, ' only a-fter r epulsing a 7-8, Crawd·ads 7-8, Ka·p;p.a Delta wood, Kahn and Claiyburn. elllect to attend the <l• bate o or , " O ur g r O u r legisl a tion , ralty.. . . Pli Bit. Pe ru .alt Chadron. ; Profie,ssor Clement's of fensive "kills" lll~nt at .MarysviUa Also,, a. tw . c:r I the neg ro. • . A N egro lanufLv was .0 "' aha's prohabile st arting Line up featured t he winners' play, while N orth~e day trip in .t he state ~s be~t~ .him is not faI~·He ia,ccide n t and ald will~e Leon F o.uts, qµite a for~ab!e . Tues. J an. 17; W. A . A 9;50 wood's fl.oor work was outstanding f•lanned.. 0~ of the m ost i nter e is in a n .auto rno ars p assed and- siowe g u ard. He's .a six f ootetr. Captam "I " Cl;ub 9.00. Ed. Sci. mo.vJe 78 I f or the losers. Ing iitems rn· 'the debate prog ram t t h o u gh rnan.y ~ · ty minutes b ef'ore a. (Continued on P age Fo.ur.) ~ th~ state tour.niament tC? be held .;e d'OWil w~s t ~r~n page F our.)

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j d It · h b ..te t it So it will be interesting to the were aw.arded to Derrill Gen~linger an. snows. . ,LS muc ~· r ·o s modern Peruvians to know df a round ·and Margaret Stoppenbeck, while the jiby a warm :the than to pick corn. . b' 'th at w.as s t arted· by sev-ein young secon.d b est nmv1 . . 'd ua l wor k was d one r~ in Town people resolve to get to wor k omer Hatcher says: I'm going to women in the .£tlll of 1920 and jis still by ,J.\1ary Russel an. d Avery Hall. ! t' A J.Jrtilge p n·r ty which t hey -;,=~-:.~=~~~=~-:n~ These women are iin More co-operation is d1esired in on une. · ~be time, !lnd. all of the people some of the ha.ve this as my motto; "Eil- leen on functioning. .different walks of H:ee. The best of pl~y tt·youts. a1·e attending e.nds arou_n.d . twelve t:lme. but t he rest of the time t b.ey will my own shouliders!" malto f ool! of thj1ms11lves. George Kuhl says: I'm going to be it :ad.I is that each one is happy and Make a New Year's resolut ion to o'clock, and it is surel,y mce to sleep serious just once. contented in her • dndividual lii&'s come to tryouts when , requested to, untiJ sev~n or ~jght o'clock on the Paul Landolt says: I'm going· to work. Time has dealt. harshly with p.!(y ·your d.ues, to atlieh:d •t he re- morniing .aifter. , What fun it was Last Wllldne.sda.y If a •person should stop ·to see ho;v morning~ when' tbe ·a.nno\i.ncements "store" my know1edge for .future use. s·o me in .a finian:cial way, but not one gular meetings, and most o;f aill, to Loweill Lewis says: I'm going to be. ha1! lost t h e spirjt .t hat made her be a l'o yal Peru Pliaye<r! Ima ny resolutions he had not br.o ken didn't concern you1r to sit and pick a pal to them . .all. succ·e ss here in Peru. by the end of the year, he would be 1 out the ''Santa Chaus" mets the :facLenn Loken says: I'm going to The fullowing gives t he names a.nd KODAK CLUB lucky to fi nd any. It is a waste od paper, time, .and thinking to make ulty me.n were wea..l\ing. That's what "Russell" up,, I mean hustle up my .ac1dresses of those who started the . \ 1etter in 1920. reiolutions. So, why make them? they get for sitting on the :front row. plans. Delbert Miller says: I'm going to Miss C.a:rrl.e Bloss (Degree 1927 ) now This Thursday was not the reg,utar ' W yeth P@or "Win" a "Pet" next year- the Bobcat. living in Lincoln, Nebraska, Miss time f or this clu_b to meet, but . the I Anyone with -lung trouble should Haney Milste.ad siaJYs: Im going to Emma Meyer (Diplcma 1920) t e :ic.hin:r memb~rs, of wht~h there .are en~h.4 ' Acting upen the suggestion of Miss arrange to e.nter Pro.fossor Benford's learn the song "When You ·and I at Broadwater, Neibraska, Miss Amy took time, th~t m ghll to giather mto j S;c.urlock, wh9 visited the1 d o.rmit!ory special T. B. cl!JSs which ·is held at Wel'e Young, .Mlaggie." Aid.ams (Diploma 1921) doing educa- ( a? enthus1ast.1_c group an;d id.e velop I not long .ago~ the g i11!f; t h e1rein are one-thirty in the old Science .Hall. We Homer M.y ers says: - I'll\ going to · tic.na_IJ-w ork . fpr . th~ , S~lvation Army pictures. So .i,..qteres~ed diid they be- I too king t o their madne1·s. · Can there will guarantee th.at you will get fresh Ile "Mid- land" and. C this year. in C,hicago, Illin.?is._. Mrs . (A$la Mile.s, co1ne . thiat. .t hey de~id.ed to turn t_he be some improvement? If. so, what -air plus and in . r~t~er s?-dden, large Bob Pate says3 I'm not going to Diplom~ 192'1) 'A.: C. 'Ekstrum,''livfog .next meeting · ~v.er mto . .a so.rt .Oif m- would you .suggest? ,E \i(;fy girI 'is ind oses as it come;:; in vi~ the open ,"'~us-e" .grade this year. on oa f'2rm at Stratton, Nebraska, Mrs. formal develo~ing class, .and t~rn. out vited to pbace in the question hex on di>or. For· pi:cfoll ~ustr' cast your e.ye . LLo,y d . Perry says: I'm g~ing to In<lia Hulhurt,.· (Diploma 1920 Otto some more P 1.ctures. ' . the 1d.esk fn the office any helpful o ver the strapping l.acis 18n.d h1S3.ES who take some "Organ" lessons. Meeuwsj!ln,. liviing on a ?ianch at·AthThe <ngf e tion ~as m ade that smse !criticism of, o.r useful sJgge: ti ns p . r. blive bad its benefL't thus lfar. Bob Punches saiys: I'm going to I bov, S. D .,Mrs. (Leila Wilson attend- there- were ibur g n1s and fo.ur bo.ys t aining t o t he manners and c·o nduct "Oc- les.te" I flunk this ye-ar. ' ed 1920) Arthur Tyrl.. living in Wy- t~ey might have a bridge p ar tY, some of. t he resid-e1nts in the tw.o Halls. ImThe astronomy clais' is taking the Bus Webb says: I'm going to take ' more, N~b1,ask.a, Miss Elma I. Gock- time. ,. P!'oveme.nt has been made in the temper.a.ture every th'Nle hours. It some singjng lessons and "Leona" my ley, Bursar at Perµ State Teatchers m anner of entrance into t he dining wdn't last ver.y !long at' that rate. k1sso!1s well. ' . College. · TRAV•E L CLUB h all, ·also. Just .,;~it until it is ·all · gone· then John Wheatley says: I'm going to Professor Hill will be ~orr.y he was be a re~J he "mail- m 2,n". , ,'The r~gist,r1ar's o.flfice has announc- . The tr.~vel~re t.his week took five so rash. ,., . ·· Chees1t, he,tre comes someone! I'll , €\:i t~ f.olLowing .can:~idatee fur de- \ tri s ewer the Unitdd States. The tell you the c.o-ed's resolution~ next ' grees at the cl<>se of :flrst semester 1 m!ti.ng t ook the form of a discuss" · !J anuary 27th.; Catherine Lott£1r, Min- / ion rrn{l each . member t old qr one· O~r . advice to, Be~y~ ·D~rting is JlOt week. So- long. ' '. ; , .. \ den; Howard .Fer~eau, Auburn; Ea·rl ; trip she b ad taken. N~agara . F.aJls to try s~0,p litting a,s · a profession . 1 She can't ~ve-µ cop.yiy one·. m41dium .._.._~_..,_..__,..._... _.., Doash~r, Peru; Alvin Holman, Ansley; were awesomely admiredr-Mammoth Robert L. san~b.erg Claremont C aJ. : Cave was exp1ored to its depth~ SURGEON AND sized drinking gl~s ;from t~e dlining . A; Ch.att n ooga, T . nne£see, was covered r ooqi without : cal!ing everyone's at. f' GIRLS lµ:ADY FOR :,_ MiamiJ Flc:didaJ thoroughly enjoy- . t entiQn PHYSICIAN . ' tp the fact .. BASKET-BALL TOURNEY ed, beach . a.nd all- Denver's ,be'l!.uty 'Phones, Reside nce 28, Office 7 S u.pt . H a·rv~- T .' k e I '3" - . . _____,· . . _,.., d . N ic .., E n d - . -h . l ' b k t and Lookout Mountain's shrine~all . They say history repeats tts<nJ. an . . '. d ,29 Interest grows m t e g11r s as e of these journeys were taken m one . . . f th t lCOtt and Supt. WiJlbu.r Schm Ler, • b 11 t t h b . th' r h we have pos1t'i~e proo .a. we a:h ·r e . Dillfil' have heien electod secretary- a ourn~~en wh ic_ egms 1 is shc.rt, imPgmary fig t. Hours: 9 to 12 and· I to 5 gra<lually entering .agalin mto t e · ·. . . . . h . ! week. Spu 1t, ent us11asm, team oy- 1 One of the members related the 1 .__.. treasurer and act1v1tIE$ c airman re. · hf 1 · t• . savage s•t atei. At · Least :ll'rom WIUl.<\o we . . h Jelf"' t i ahty, fa1t u practise, coopera 1ve t.ale of hE1r brother's tl'lip th r:u' the . f ._ sp-ectivet.y of t e ierson coun Y k d . d h' s see in th·e c.ars parked m .front o tue . . . . cl b . teamwor. , -an tire muse 1es are per- Southern Sta1tes to W.as mgt<>n 00.te dor~ '," · schorl .admu:listration "' · \ haps shown more in .basket ball than and up i nto. Canada. Th.is intere!.ting Looking hours ·are any time -hein any o.f the other major sports. ! journey was the reJWard to the wintw;ee:n seven-fllfty and six o'clock. Oh, Mr. .Lehr, who ts an alumnus of T~is proJIJises an. exciting ·contest. I ning team. in f?Q~ba~l on the campus M'Odesty- where is't the veil?'~ the class o:fl 18911, and is now ~iving ~·,t Mu~h 5pef.ulat1on has been ma.de at th.e Umvers1ty of OkLahoma. A. E. JOHNSON, i>. D. S. 2926 N. 51.st StJreet, sends g.raetings concerning the probaible victor. The j ___ X-RAY SER.VICE to his Alma Mater. .Mr. Lehr spent four teams ha~ four d.iflerent ide~s 1 MINERVA CLUB BOB KATZ MEOW PHONE 36 several years t~aching :after his g-rad- as .to who the winner wPll be.. This ; - - - ., uation. Among his superint: n 'enc ie.> clash , ~f own~o.ns will piee.t in a. setries "My F.avorite Type of Liter.ature" · vea:r,, ~v""""", It's a•r e towns" of Oceola.. , Sutton, --.3• A B u t w h eth er. conquer.o; or was t.h.e topic .under discussion at t h e H ap:p:y N ~~ J.. ~ - " 'bod:u! "' a.u.u' ·r- .of g ames. 1 1933 now, isn't it'? 1\>ly. my how lingt e n. For several years be was conquered each team is determined \ meqting on Ja nuary 5. La u ra Baum time fly! ~e, he.re, I'm g et- conne.ct'!lld v.;ith the daily newspaper to sh ow the s pirit of true P e-ru ~ p.·r s- , gave a review of liter.ary wo rks by ting poetic.al- and spring isn't hei:e work in Sioux City. man an<l make the g.a me, in · eV'ery English aut~ors; w.hile Lorene GalloService with a Smije eith.er. But I r eaMy can't help it . His son, Virgil IAhr, is a promin- way, worthwhile. w.ay aind Tillie Krenk reto~d stories whe:e. J "hear so much .o f it gqing on ent merchant and business man m by some .America 1authors. ,~n.a RIGHT-A-WAY around me: Why sometimes ·when AJlfarrc.e. He was a fo·rmer prin1iipal Ma~stri~k i·ead. some. p oems written Shoe Shop 1 it's a warm day- the feating j ust of the A!Q,burn Hig h Schooli, an.d a by Em1l,y · Dickerson a nd some M. C. MEDLEY seems to 'l:ie in t he ia.ir- and the pretty gradua te of Peru. I by Samuel w alter Foss. phrases: and : ~ndea<J"ing terms 'Cxf I · · ·~

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I - . _ --------------Y-0u mu.stn't forget I _ have t ~o 18 81 .c adet 111 Detroi erf-tly good iears, an.d wnen people ·Jumor High as ' . b :1' , the t:radit;i'on.ally .At the fi rst of eiach year nearly , FARMERS ELEVATOR P talk :ro.und me--I can't help but spe_n<llin_g her vacation in Peru. \·.:.s!:~le:~u~!'.s s;e.nt ·a profitable ev.e ryone ~akes ?ew resol~tions. , COMPAN¥ t.-r what is· •·...ei"ng sai·d. Ever.yone ' d . "aibl~ evening· on Thursd.ay These •are either written on p.aper .o r nt:a :u Th £ 1 f M y kes "7 was an enJOJ• ·~ d l~ ' Coal, Feed, and Grain e •unel'\a o • er . ' .., ' t M B ke 's home Nearly"every- kept in t he mind an are usua Y . See-·ms ..~ t...ave come back resolved to " " U1 He· diedMr a~ one a hrsd' r . Ol': t*o' to c'o ntribute , ma.de ibeceuse .o;f some unsatisfactory I W. H. Hutchinson, Manager do bigger and better things ifr.op:i the h eld at Phill:ips . last er week. t Iowa a ,..aa. poem. t me his ·h ome m i.n on, . , : . . t . d uctions to stor~ were resutt in the past yeair. sound of remarks that come . oh !erkse was ai r.eacher of Ag1'1culture ,.a·n~ ~':': 0 nn .1 ·?1 · d' . . "I· Tile disAround Christmas there are a lot first-hand er se.cond~andh,. wkh1cI'llevlee~ at Peru in the Fall ' of '21. 'i''h e fo'll_- read: ?.h.df lft1 , ee_y , :;~u;;~~ the .p rop- of to.othachEJ!· caused fro]ll eatling too the . case might the• I t m h r th rincipal . of cussron . (l, ')Wing ' Th h f lk 'th •owing yea r · e ~s e p· t d th things that go much candy, en t e o s w1 111 .. you in on some of them !if you , pro- af the Pe.r u DemonStrati'o.n. High er trea:tmen .an 0 ·. ~ . d i:on t'o the the tO'<~thache resolve to eat no more 1 mise not to telli« m the .poer if'-eUow: c:chool- unusually' successful' and ex- t o make up ~.goo md.r'J lllC · ison of candy but soon afterward when THE MARDIS STORE ? AH r;abt then ... •. - T.h 'h · 1 ft p · . in:flormal cr1t1sm an comp.a.r . . ' . . W.ill who told you. ,y.ou · . . . """ r' c£:e.."'ling l.y p opular. en e e e>u . d d . t·h e Christ mas they .a·r e o.f!fered some d.e11cious can,.;I! th New Yea s .. .. •t · l fi ' t:fi er stories r ea urmg . Th . - here are some .ui. e : ro.• a tten-0 · the U nn el'S·l y' ~me u.r . .. . · · d,y, t h eiy can not reilUJSe. us, a1e Best Merchandise Qu.ali(y resolutions I'vel fieard: _ . prep.are himself for an advanced de- Hol~ays~ i nvari!1JM · t he dtscussions resolutions broken. ,.,,, Lo.w Prices "Bo" Coweil says: I'm g£1mg to t e nd gree He was .c locted to ~he faculty A mos t h t lk Yl1 modern books Students a.fi er receiving low test to "W·aits- on" in school. ,....,, the University and taught in I k ;a.d to. e t ha . oln t hat direction . grard es aften make a r esoLutiion .not l I' . to vi . · and their ·lliU ors. . ll "'_, , Okla Dalgren S!alYS: m g.o mg State Agr1fc.ult•1ral Schoo1. . fh ·ng of enthusiasm never fails. to go to. bed; until a . 1essons are do "Wright"' by .e verything.. Later Swift a'1d Company . 6fferect T 'e sp~1 s has to be called lon·g be- ' studied. .About the next week of "T:im" Rawley says: I'm going to ·m a n excellent position with h ead - · ime . !'. way . 5' ....o.ady' to stopi. so in-- I school some famous movie or fline , -.~ l m , , I'. s , f o.re anyo.ne I ·~ 1 Th t d 't arrive early and look ai·=r my co - o u.arters at Clihton, ~owa.. ie wa a J te1·ested do tlte "scribbl.e!rS" bec:ome party comes a ong. e s u en B,E AT OMAHA leagne. · .a d u at,.. . tJ.ie fc. e.."d oi1 .- mo·diern 11'J1terature a nd 1· comes home sleepy a nd...go.e s tohibed , 151 "' · of the Uruvers1fly and a 111 111' . . k I m g onna u w · ar v eiter:m. either forgeltting to. stuuy Ras coe T o lly 531ys: k worM.L . Ji. g·hter fic t'ion. . h or t .n The n get a lunch oat "Ada" soma cigar.as to my~ P.a.~ a _ · i~ 1h.e ·win do so m. t ~ m ornmg . 7 "P ,. Wa goner says~ Im gomg ALUMNI ROUND ROBIN !' . ~RU P:[AiYEftS ·:1 , Th~, anoth~r .resolution is brok~n. BROWNS EAT SHOP oss dg G rge Washington. . j AiJter getting a box af ibad cigars to be a secon . s· eo I'm going to b e ~ - -diays o£ Peru t h. ere · • th e b.oss d ~1"d es to , ~~~~~~~=~==~==~ Since the early . . 'Jli1elds t he woTkers and . f or Ch r1sumas, ldietrl Peek say. • soup. f . . rou s1of o.u ng people As m other ' . ion of] the smoke no more cig aris at a;ll. In two bachelor and bu~n µi y Shumard I have been rose ~nd n:ia :(irie.nds in pl~ yers ~n the dr.amatIC ~ect bi t·a ns or t h ree d ays 1a fe.11ow comes along Charles Penney and Bi~ . to tJake 'Y'ho .. w e_re... c -h· ~ . th"'i.r l·~ys., and sor- fr'ashme n cl~bs ar.e }llakmgd st~r~ the with his favorite bra nd. Another reKINGS BARBER SHOP to th • - We're g oing schoo~ wuo "'' t ..,.. · h the :flirst term an . • ge er sa'Y· . weekr who decided when they o :"mis . bi hang ! j' resolut10ns broken. Your Patronage Appreciated our girls to the sh-OW once a ro:ws .togethe ' k · · fou~h with second off with '~ g:reat, ged· ·a nd F:airmers make resolu~ions to get Hair Cuts Are Now 25 cents and ·o nly on'c e. . to le:fit school to ee1:i ri:und r~bin let- Thie poiillt system is b~n~ u~ . com- the earn from the f.i£1lds ,by Th anksBob Car~chael says: I'm g oJng eacti other .throug · there 1is a great deal of fnen !y th- '.giving. Around the last 0£ 'October Under Barnes Pharmacy . t urns ' co ld stop m y 1lfurting. I'm g oing to ters. d rOJbins would peti't"ion .be t ~e.en . .gro.t: ps · . Among ;for othe ' a nd first of. November it Butsie Harr·.es says: Some of these rou_'.1 . ver last- ef' t h ings, points . are g iven An I . 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"IF" KIPLING HAD WRI1TEN IT a · :f'irrn han.d LIKE THIS. Improv em ent has .been ma-de in the Give m e t h e .clasp of one ,, _ . manriar of -entr a nce · into the dining P ROGRAM OF ME N'S thage l~linois. ·I "I un.clerst-and PHYSICAL· EDUCATION Blue S p ri ngs drew Mr. Math ews The lips t h at say wn1le Mrs Mars h's de ug hter and son I And I sha ll w a l k on _holy Land. br1·ng If you can see what som e f olks c all hall, also. · · · h rdens , P ractic ally every boy o.n the Cam- came to Per.u ts spenrd the h oJid,ays For fa m e a nrd fortune · u . ' '. depressio;n ' · t h e sprrnu F 's Mel ba., Cope, Peru, s uffered an in: And winter t a k!es away . ~ As nothing bu:t .a turn -O!f ortune pus is ~n gag·ed 1in some :f<Yrm of phy- with h er. jured knee due to a n accident b.ei.scal edu cation" q.uoted Glen R . Miss Mon a L yo n ·anid Miss Ke nto n But f11iendship ts a Go.d li ke thing. . whe~; Gilkeso n, Dir'ector a f Physic al Edutwee,n Per:u and B r o ck, and .has not werei mostly i'n P eru with t h e form er "'But it cannot ,be God-like un less o.u can keep your poise and sel:fcation in t he P eru State Tati.chers y et resumed .her s cho ol a c tivities. d h 1 tt · encomp.ass€1S t he whole wor1d. It JS If Y . visiting in Harri.son an t e a ·er m d At ery possess~on CoUege. my joy in lire to fin ' ev what you t hink or bow Every college graduate is required Nemah a. The states around t h e gre at lakes t urning of t he r o.ad·. The strong No m atte r A nother victim of appendicitis,. Luto h ave two h ou rs o:f physical eduyou feel, · .: .J · :ii41l atio n ·cille William, is absent frozn Eliza .c.ati on and t hose who .do not take prove d attr.act ive for Dr . L awreinc e e rm of a comrade ki nrd, T o help m e 11art in footba ll, •basketb 3.ll or .track, went t o N orthfield Mi nnesot a for o.nwia•r.d With my l oa d. Andi s ince _I If .yo u can v iew a s t up""" .s . d ' '- t' Morg·an Hall. . :t'h 'i.f' .an J.>ll ~ay r aceive t h eirs th r u t he var ious Christmas a n.d N ew Years. J ust think h ow lon ely this Httl~ - hav·e n o go1d to give, And love alon e Ahl 0lutteired lll'P W'l gym cl'asses, which are off er ed . A anrl '.a.nd,' . { BOBCATS TACKLE CARDINALS natural program ig gi ven fo r ,l'J ll sc-h ool o.n the hill would have been m ust m ake amend~ My onlY' p r ay er f reshman boys, which includes pr:ac - h ad no.t E.om e ki nd heart.e.d im t r u cto rs is while I live, God m a k e m e worthy A nd take jt at 1its pro.per v a Ju.ati·o nA ch aUeng e to yo ur common sens e ( C ontinued from p age one.) tise in p l ayi n g and a t h or ou gh l< n ow- h s.ve s een fib t o stiay at least wit h in cf _my fl iends'-God make m a w orth y le.rlire of t h e diff:-Tent sports, as h ?nd - .d.istance. Su.c h a gooid heart ed m€ m · '().f my ' Wo~·1d f.rtien.ds."' a nd s and ; ;C anoH " C hic" Sale.IS. jumps center. b the m""'S and r ball. tennis, volley b.all, s occer; ~ p eed ber r eporte say was G. W. Brown. If yo.u c a n r ise a ov:e ·....,. .It hen .d.r ops back to guard . Lloy<d W i'th, My ball, b oxing, wrestling, and t u mbling. The p r otective· ciarJl t h at these b en.t Why I Do Not Quarrel muddle, I L 11 Cu:rtis a re the ;f d d I I·f yo u oan g limpse a rai nil;>ow t l1ru .Patters on a n d owe . . T h e cl ass in swimmi ng is also one of evolent fr iends a fo r e was qu i e .1: t f t d ts t ni ng Neighbor Over His Religio n re ur .h l d 1f rds M a rlin "'Wjin k" W I lk mrnn valuable importance, Eeveral memb er s S<> t is ..ac cwy or s U! en t e a om. s· orwia • · h aving .alr e aidy passed t heir Junior fou nd P eru State T eacher s College I 1 l When D oub t .a nid D r e arl aind F ear are .a:lls in a t Cenber aft.er t he t ip off. There are se ver.a r easo ns w 1y .J.ll h 1 an.cl S enior R e d Cross examination in a nd as ch a1lengin g as ever . co not quar r.el with my neig h bor over · in a hudd1e ;Incidentally, F o uts is tb,e.only O ma .an L~fo Savfng I NT ER ESTIN G P R OGR AM AT Y . W . his reli2ion. I n t he .first pl ace, t h e And Hope is peil'J g measur.eld for a 1o.n the .tea.m, T he .obher f:eu r are A large n umber c:f P eru stu.d ernts very -i dea of q u.arreling disgusts me. shro.u.d:;; I o-wians." h ave ei th er a m ajor or .a mi nor in (Conti.nu.e d on Ptag e Four.) Wheth er over .religion or some othe r If yo.u c a n k e ep .a. sav;in g selllse of · T h e Peru jJive can . .also .b o ast a t his deo.artmen t a nd expect to go out Til ak one qf t he Jndian's n obl eat subject a q uarrel d:oes no good w hat- · h u mor lv,etera n lin eiup, thre e of which were as instructors in Physical e duc ation singers puts this attit ude of su per- .soever. It simp ly s ets on e.'s op p on ent F or st')rie s t h at ;)Jje, s lig.htly inexact; j' regulars on l as t year's tea m . . _ iin.d co ach es. Jn prep ar.ation fo r this iwity t hus : more ·f irm ly in h is views. Q war r els If yo u can dis r e gard .R ep-ort and Rru.Homer Hatcher and B o b Car m 1cha · l wo.rk, p n •.ctic al courses are given in 'For us yo u h ave .given Lifie and .all are at best, u nr•easoriJng attempits t o mor Iwiill no do u bt start a t f!oir war<ls ' ~jth Coa ch in g, Psyc}i.0log y of Athletes, things, so t h at · t o our tla(bt there :ll0r ce ~ nother t o you r ow:n ma nner of And n 0<t a-ccept a statffi'.llent as a 1Ed P e dersen an Omaha produ ct~ 11k eOr.gani zat ion .and Mtninistrati on o:f is no end. thi nkin g. The .i nevit~ple r esult is fact; ly to b e at t h e :ee nte r posit ion . Ca.p Phvsical Educ atio n, an d Phys iology Yet will y.o u h eed one small r<q uc s ~ b.; r d .fee1ings, and I ar:-1 .firmJ.y co n- 1 H ,you can spread th.:e giospel of sue- \tain "Red" P riefos:t an-cl Punch es will 1 CYf .E xercis'e. thait I h ave still t o p r d Fer? vmc ed t h at no t rue reli g10 n app r ovEs j ces ~ es., \)e i n at gu.ar ds. Coaches Gill\:eson and L()'!;beer will I If .yoUJ can stir t h e sIJlir.it th.at. in- \ Coach L or b eer b.as plent;y of r eserve f· be busy thro u g-ht t h e da.v t h e second 1 Yo u .?J'e fat h er a nd m oth €!(,, we or s?.nct ions. such a t hing. help less inf P.nts; enough of t he ~ e cond l y, I ·a m in n o p ositi:on t o s Wl s m at-erial t o 'l·e;place t1'\s lineup. semeste r in .cond uctin g t he v arious ! r elati· o nship n ow. my t h at m,y neig hbor is wr ong •i n The l aten t life in lathes and l ooms - - - co.urses li~ted: J Yo u h ave d riven God afa by m · k- h is view.s concerning the g.ov•ernin g a nd pr.eisses, HOME ECONOMICS Or g.aniziation fl.n.d A:dminstration in in g yo u r.~el ves Gods, when wtill forc es of t h e uni ve rse. Thera ane. And lHts th e steam a b ove a thousPhys ical Educ ation, N atur al P r.ogr am, .yo u ca.st .ofil th.is sin? no doubt, as many conceptions of a n d mills ; ., C an .a leop ar.d chan g~ bis spt os? Tumbling and St u nt~ , Kine.siolog,y and Y~u h ave set up for ~ oc r selves a Gc.:I .as the re are in-ha bit · nts upo n the J •, briefly , yo u ' c.a n spe nd a.n extra N o, hut a g irl can ichange he: fac e. Applied An ?.t omy, Psych rlogy of Ath1T he hiat she w e ars can e mphasize }ler king.dam of states, do no.t o~ U it f ?.ce of .our gh:i~ e. :dolla r · letes, Coachi n g Athletes, Swimmin s , a k ingdom df God . In or d•eir to say whic h is ri ght an d If yo:U can' p ry the -sac red Roill apart I big n ose or her t .hrarp chin or it ca;u .and At hletics (Basketlball an d track ) . J We d ance as- p uppet s whitest you 1 which is wrc.ng , ·a p e r.son wo u1di,· of And b.uy a n oth!er shirt or shoe or 1make t h e m look normal. rt can make FACULTY MEMB E RS VACAT ION h old t h e strings; h ow long s hall necessity, h ave to h ave a thor ough c ollar heir long neek l ook shorte:r o.r her t his buffoo.·11ery e ndure? . _, ac t •as ·r -'~ d 't h neck 1-o n g er in ·fact·• your h at·' · d? k. nowledge . . concern in g a]l t h e . v.ar- --. -A nou r .I.t u~ ·n , r .e ak :your short . (Continued from p age· or.e.) How long Wlll yC' . u keep us dea . • ious reh g 1ous of t he world. It is iny I hi . h aaT; and .collar c.an do ahno:st any~ 1 Peru ~.gain was h ome t o t he Hu.c ks. . H s.t h not God eyes to see? co ntienti on that fo ere is no one so \If heart,,,., "th. . t,__ _ 'th h t hing to y our :t:aces . . S.o learne d t he · l t · k d" · d y ou ave •J.1 ai1 . .1 n 1.llUSe w1 w om The South calk ld a third ins tru ~ tor , ; L Elt us swlill, e us sm or ie, give p r ep are . . c ostume d esi g n class in its study of D. J. Nabors wh o with . Mrs. N~bors us l eastways .the ch an ce of swi mN o two people believe p reci sely the you l~bor, . • h ats l ast week. dTove to Ok lah oma f O.r Chrsstm3JS. ming. same t hings_. T o_ do so,_ they w.o.uld And trust .m tb.ose with whom you / · P ac k u p oa II your ·d oc t r m · es all!d 1Elio~ h• ave t o b e J,d_ent1c a_l a. n. d s u eh .a t h m g make a tna<le; Miss E mily P.apez was at h ome in a--" next 1 I~ y ou w ash yot1r silk h-ose e·'l-'e.ry · t J t b l .. I f .y ou bEtlie v~ i n fr.fond u.u Ch st fi d fi b Al 1on. u.s r n ns · is a mos a n impossi 1 I·~Y.cliay they wi.11 no.t wear cut so s o or:1. P eru, .however w.as no.t entirely deBe not a n gry wit h me, I am b ut a l n or.der t o satis£~ all t he diffe~door n eighbor In l aunderin g silk h ose and otlier ser,ted by fa culty me,mbers. President por.r )TI.fs senge r., wh o sp~.aks ~ h t .e nt t ypes of p&)ple m our woo-1d~ it An d heed examples pioneers hav:~ s.i lks u s e th e s oap a n d water .you W. R . P ate, Dr. G. W Smith, Msss ! he is ·biodden . is eosenti.ai t.h at we hav e many an d m ade; wo.u1d use i n wa hi t ,....er sen G Holt ~·eek and Mr ing ,y o urselves Go.ds wh en will v a.r ie d r e'-1"g·1·ons. If y ou €fv-n.ect tb;t} !sun to ?Tise .tp. ;s ng your a ce. G • P·"" , • .au , • • ~ .. • ~y Ha'"'.!'." l e g~ :n tly-th r y ·~T e weak e r w !. en arud· Mrs. T y-le also he1ped to kec'P Come to us as b ro.t.hers a.nd sister s Since ~lJ re~1g1~ns te ach oil' a Supm or row ; wet . S cie nt ii'ic test s ma<de with acct he ·fi rst State Teaic:he,~o ll eg com- ! A11 els e we can set tle t hen. reme Bem g :aind sm ce t he.re cou ld b e If yo.u ,are su.re that somewhere skies urate mac h· that il'·- e h . T eare h el pe b ut s h e 'J esus "" l "fii d an.d h a 11 - b ut o.ne s u ch Bemg, prove N> wa p.any, Mtss ~ o r ev e.r g 'On e wh y shou1d · an ya11e bl ue .. €'\d · in h ard ines water with 1 s dr :£0.u nd. time to sp end two d9 in Om- OWE'1d t h e relatio n o.f f.r ienc1s'hip whe n one <lesire t o q ua r rel with ,an other If yo u w.a ke: u p and pack away your th h aun Y soap ah a w hile Pl"C\f. W•are J H1cf h is family h e ca1llled t he g r ou p with wh om h e ove r t he m anner in which he pays h is sorrow, ai:~d wea e~· t osa washed with sli pped -a·wa,y f or a few days to be sh.'.lr•rd h is lif.e "friends'. We know hom~ ge. · Yo u are .a m an, my son it's u t -o mi soap m s o water. Heat weak· P ens them t o o• A clas · d with Mr. Ware's parents in Missouri that friendship ch allenges the best ·Religion of fers the poor est g r ounf s you ! • s peno. was ' d , th · .devoteld to this dIS . cus · l th" h 11 Va ey. i n u,s i n t at it is 1 a Go -...ike ing , fo1: an ar g ument th at c ouild be imGe(')rgetown , Ilt News. . lOS. sJo n m c 0 m g Miss Wear e w ent t o P ittsbur g, t h !'.t t h eiie is p ower in .friendship', Rgmed. K irnsas .and · Miss · Doroth ea :West to Th.?rt .is t he I'~•a son we have tr.e ch ild After .all n o one k nows f or cert ain Acting upon the s u g-ge.stio n CYf Miss BASKETBALL LAST VVEEK Eagle. ren's m ission send do lls to J ap an, w het her he is rig h t ·or wro ng in h is Sc.urlock, w.h o visited the dormitory Peru held J. M. W int<~· save Christ- school bags to .Mexico aiod foties t o beli eflS untjl h e .is dead ·and then it not lo ng ag o, t he g irls therein are P e ru P rep 19 Neb r , Deaf 17 mas da y. wl1tch ,h e s pent in Li ncoln. other co u ntr~es . Where t here is .ceaces to m a.tt eJ".- R . C. looking t o t heir manners. Can the r e Aub ur n 29 Sy:nac.use 'I P r ofessoi·s L ar son, Lintlstrom and friendship there will ,be peace a nd be some imp r ovament? 11 so, what P l a ttsmouth 27 N etb-r. City 17 .Maso n g UJa1,ded t h e P . S . T. C: f rom h appiness .. R:uth Lu di n gton, Syracuse, dj;d not wou1d yo u suggest? Every girl is Bu.rc h ard,. 21 Table Rock 18 harm aided by Dr. Maxwell who only In closing. Mrs .• Hubbel used t his r eturn to s ch ool t he week a.rter v.a~ inv.it e d to pla ce in the qu-estion box H u m b oldt 27 D.u Bo.is 22 deserted t h em for a sh ort stay in p oem: c~ti on, b ecause sh e w.as doing sub- on. '.-11.e desk in the office any heJ.pi:ul G ames th6s w e ek: Omaha I " Give me fyien<ls a nd I st1t ute work ·f o r her brother, w h o cr~t1.cLSID O'f , or usef.ul sugg estion p er Per u Prep .at A ub urn P rof. Herman Kahn r et urned to Sh all not c.omplain of dou.dy sky w ns u nable to teach on .acc'O.unt a f .. vammg to, t he manners and co.nduct N~r. City a t Falls City illness. Minnesota and Miss K o.enig t o Car- Or little dre a_ms t h at fa de .and die•

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1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-12  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 9-12 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1932-1933 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-12  

1932-1933 newspaper issues 9-12 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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