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Prof. J. W Paul, instructor of manual arts, has resigned. Mr. Paul will leave Peru at the end of the semester, to take a position as assistant supervisor of teacher training, in the trade !!_nd industry department of the Illinois state vocational education systern Mr. P a•!.l is a very able man in the industrial arts work, and is worthy of the advanced position. He will be located in his home state among old 1 friends. From a position as c;;;,-.:ctor of vocational education at Superior, Wisconsin, he came to Peru in 1919. The true motive of industrial arts work is often mistaken. But as it is presented by Mr. P aiul, more for the training of t he mind and body than for trade training, his teaching is greatly app reciated by those who work under him. He has given his teacher tr aining courses to many stu dents while at Peru. His personality has inspired many of the teachers whom he h as trained. Mr. P aul's successor has not been appointe yet.

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Basketball Season Will Open With Saturday's Game-Schedule j Is Announced. '

Four Peru Bobcats w ere placed on the all-state teams of two different Nebraska newspapers. These men are B~ettgenb ach, fullb ack; Zorn, halfback; .Driver, tackle; and Gariss, g uard. Carter, end, was a choice f or second team by both p apers. Williams, guard, was selected by the Lincoln paper. Captain Higgins, tackle, was given honorable mention in both 1selections. 8 LHeywood, end, McElroy, j quarte~bacK, ._a nd Buising , . hal~back,

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Twenty-Two Bobcats Are ;:;:r~1ven ho t orable ment10n rn one Honored at End I Little ne-:.:! ....e said of "Bitzie." He of Season. h as been the mainstay of the team "B"t. · ,, .

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QUINTET MEETS TABOR COLLEGE

Penu will open the 1925-6 basketball season Saturday, w hen they m eet Tabor in the Gymnasium. With the first game only a few days distant, Coach Lon Graf has cut the basketball spuad into two divisions, and is concentrat ing his efforts to develop a winning team,. More t h an forty men are r eporting d ail y and m any candidates are showing real ability. The fi rs t team has not been chosen, and with the opening game a n.umber of new players will probably be seen in Bobcat uniform. Only four veterans of last year's "wonder team" are again candidates for t he quintet, and Coach Graf h as quite a task in building a winning team from new material. IL would be unwise to predict the outcome of the· b asketball season, but it can be said that much depends on the attitude and support of the stu dent body.

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A four-ye ar participation rule, a conference reg u lation on the awarding of sweaters, the ad.mission of two other colleges, and the committing of a list of recommended football offic ials were among the most important items of business transacted at t he annual meeting of the Nebraska At h letic Conference held at Lincoln, December 12. P resident W. R. Pate Coach Lon R. Graf, and P rof. E. C. Beck represented P eru at the meeting . Beginning September 1, 1926, n o player in the Nebrask a Confer ence may participate in athletic cont ests for more than four years. "Participation in any part of any inter-collegiate game constitutes particip at ion for one collegiat e year," so reads the new rulin g. This will make impossible continued participation as in the case of our own Bitzie and of McKelvey, Trapp, and Smith of Chadron. The conference has also r uled on the awarding of sweaters by its mem bers. A player may receive one sweater for each sport in which h e (Co ntin;ued on p. g e two)

IRISH PLAYS· JN LITTLE THEATRE __ . b Will p Pl Dramatic Clu resent ays L d j by Singe, Yeats, and a y . J Gregory ~n anuary.

_ _ I f or t h e p ast f our years. 1 z1e is · · Coach Lon R Graf has recommend- without a doubt the best fullback m · ed that twenty-two letters be aw ard ed the stat e. He can p unt, pass, and run l'o ·members of the 1925 football equally as well. . Th D t" f The Bobcats' annu al football ban. d Zorn was the speed boy of the . e rama ic u is prepanng or squa · . . . their J anuary prog ram, a group of quet will be held Friday evening in Men to whom letters are awarded squad. It was his speed and sh1ft1f h I . h Th t . •. . ns kh ea reWcons1scmg the dinin g room of Mount Vernon are· Backfield. halfbacks- Wilbert ness t hat enabled !nm to get away for p lays " oL dt " e W ,, b · · of: a 1es or ouse ar. , y Hall. Zorn Howard Bath Forrest Bell, touchdown after touchdown. L d G "Th L d f ' ·I t' ' · ' ' . · h" h · a y regory; e an o rear John Klem· fullbacks- Walter Buett- j Zo1 n, captain-elect, was 1g -pomt D . ,, b W"ll" B tl y t ds Five speakers are scheduled for the ' · • es1re, y i iam u er ea es, an genbach Earl Haney George Cowell ; man for P eru. He crossed the goal "R"d h S ,, b J h M. evening. They are: Pres. W. R. Pate, ' . to t e h ea, y o nf quarterbacksGeorO'e' McElroy and (Continued on page two) S 1 ers Th 1 Dr. L. B. Shrev e, Coach Lon R. Graf, . " yng e. ese t ree .p .ays are r om Ear~ Craig. . · ·the outstanding Irish dramatist. Captain Ralph Higgins, and CaptainLme men. are: en~s-Robert Pierce, The Irish p lays hold an impor tant Elect Wilbert Zorn. Arthur MaJors, Lewis Carter, Everett p lace in the Little Theatre movement. Higgins will talk on the team of He~~ard (tackle and end), Lorine for it is t he Irish, and particu.larly Bu1sm_g (half a~d. end); tackle~L ad y Greg ory, who st art ed this m ovelhe past season. Zorn's subject will Captam Ralp~ H1ggms, Thom~s Dnvment which has g iven such an imp ebe prospects for the coming season. . er, Jack Hillard_, . C.. B. Ha nson ; t us to dramatic advancement, and b as Other subjects have not been an - 1 Wilbert Zorn was elect ed to pilot R 1 h W 11 A h G "To see ourselves as others see us," 1 g u ardsiams,centerrt ur Daris ar- I was realized . nounced. the Bobcats to a state championship iss Jamesa P Delzell· by a few fortun ates brought serious consideration of dra' ' · t o us are today. The banquet is open to all students in football for 1926, at a special meet- Bunch. when Arthur Lindahl advertised the maThese the representative plays, and citizens of P~ru. Tickets are on ing to elect next year's c~ptain. T~e record that the Bobc.ats m ad e 1926 P e ruvi an, at assembly, W edn es- t he first being one of t he best of Irish sale at the Admmistration building . . . durm g the past season mamfest s the • day. I comedies; the second is probably one It is hoped that a large number of Tlus is a gr eat honor to bestow up- class of football these men played ; 1 h d b "f l f ·11 b t II d on anyone and "Dutch" Zorn is as . The faculty sect ion was first shown. of t e greatest an most eauti u o students w1 e ou , as a are assure • t he fact that until the last gam e of the fan tasy g roup; the t hird is peran evening well worth their time. justly deserving of the honor as any the season no Conference t eam h ad Ben Church copied t h e relaxed pos. h . ·- _ - -· haps one of t e g r eat est t rag edies. man on the t eam. F alls City should made an earn ed touchdown agai nst ture and g r aceful g·esture of t h at disThe Club is planning to devot e FebPROF. CLAYBURN TALKS ON be p r oud of him. He made his letter the Peru eleven, the. fact t~at the 1 ting.uished individual, Pres. W. R. ruary t o the preparation of the anBOYS TO MEMBERS OF "Y" last year in spite of the fac t that he Bobcats scored lSO pom:s while they I P ate. Wilbert Zorn, as Coach Lon R. nual Shak espearean play. The selecwas injured in the early part of the allowed only 28 to then· opponents, Graf, h ad a perfect a libi. Marian tio n and caste have 1~0t been an"What are we doin g to help the season. 'fhis season he showed good t he fact that . t h ey were runners~'Up Lamb, representing Miss Alice M. nou nced. boys gain their responsibilities?" was fo rm from the star t, a nd conti1i.ued for t he state title, show_s that the men Musselman, desired to see every one an important question asked by Prof . to improire. He has not yet r each ed n amed above. have ~uilt up a g reat out to Glee Club, " especiall y the A. B. Clayburn at the Y. M. C. A. th at point in his career where h e footb all m achine dunn g the past sea- . men." W arren Bailey, taking the 1 meeting , Wednesday evening . does not continue to g·et better. He son. part of Prof. V. H. Jindra, with vioProfesso r Clayburn said he h ad a h as the add ed honor of being selected Ji n in one hand, and alarm clock in choice of three topics on which to as h alfback on the mythical 1925 all- MOUNT VERNON TO HAVE the oth er , assured the assembly that talk. First, the personnel of th e boy state conference eleven. CHRISTMAS PARTY SOON time is very important in music. leader ; second, vocational work and Zorn is hig h point man for the The n ext division of t he P eruvia n Arth ur Gariss is president of the its needs in boy life; t hird, certain Bobcats, h av ing made nine to uchMount Vernon Hall g·irls p lan to was " Classes." Lambert Wi lliams, as P Clu b. A special election wes he ld boy characteristics. downs or fifty -four points durin g the h ave a Christmas party soon. Altho Bi ll Dallam, exclaim ed on the beau ty Tuesday. Professor Clayburn finish ed his adseason. plans h ave not been complet ed, it h as of love, a nd Warren N edrow too k Howard Bath was elected vice presdress with a poem entit led, "The His r ecord in the backfield of the been decided that the party will be t he p art of R alph Higgins. Har old ident, and "Tige" Haney secretary. Scout Master," by Edward A Guest. Grafmen is well known to all students for the dormitory girls and for boy P eterson impersonat ed " Curly" Clark Gariss is a two-year man and has At the b eginning of t h e meeting, on the campus, and to most players fri ends w h om t he girls inv ite person- to p erfection, telling the freshmen made t h e all-state team two years. the financia l campaign w as discussed in the Nebrask a State Conference. ally. The committee on arran g e- wh ere to pay their dues and that the ' 24 and '25. Bath is a two-year man, by Fulton D avenport, who g ave a r.eP eru's students join in wishi ng Cap- ments is as follows: Bernice Shier, p ar ty w as postponed. and Haney a four year man. port of the c ampaign so far. tain Zorn and his 1926 Bobcats a sue- Dorothy Peters, Lydia Voden ahl, The last p art of the p r og r am was The meeting was closed by a word The P Club is an organization cessf ul season nnd a state ch ampion- I r ene Veal, Rach el Crocker, a nd ' a grace:f.ul li ttle d ance b y Ma r y Sue of prayer by Prof. A. Crag o. made •UP of the men who have made ship . Moore, who r ep resen ted the G. A. A. 1 Marian Lamb. a letter in some branch of athletics.

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( Co nlinued from page one) line nin e times for a total of fiftyfour points. T om Driver played a g reat game at t ac kle. H e was a power on both offense a nd defense. Tom is a fr es hma n, and se ldom is a fre shman chos-

season. Ellen Wilson w as toastmistress., The fo ll owin g respond e d with t a lks: Co ac·h Lon Graf, "Somatic Perception;" Capt.a in "Bob" Majors, "Mental Poise ;" Capta in Halph Higgins of the Ilo bc ats, "Me nt a l Sup e riority;" Co ach Ra lph Hunter , "Kinaesthetic Sense;" a nd th e 1926 captain, John Juhl, "Periph er y of Vi sion." Prof. W . R. Pate was to h ave ta lked on "Espri t de

en on an all-state eleven . Ga ri ss w as a mainst ay in th e lin e. He fi g ur ed . in alm~st ~ve:·y p.l ay. Gregg McBnde says, G a n ss is a !mema n of con sistent .a 1 1t y rat er t an . b ' J" h h flashy br illiance." Ca rter was a g ood defensive e ncl, a nct was fast ge tting down under punts. Williams was another con sistent g-.uar d a nd w as the runnin g mate of

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t he r ace. It was a difficult t as l< · t0 •p ick s tars PROF. BECK TELLS RURAL on t he Bobcat eleven. The whole LIFE CLUB OF ALASKA team played a g reat brand of fo otball. It w as the spirit of cooper ation A Janre a ud ience w as present to a nd team -pl a y th at gave P eru this enjoy Professo r Beck's t r avelog ue at g re at footb all team of 1925. t he Rural Life Club meeting last T uesd ay evenin g . His po rtr a ya l of PRES. PATE WILL ADDRESS th e Alask an citi es a nd scenes, and hi s PHILO LITERARY SOCIETY i'ec ita l of cert ain e xperi e nces were most interesting and realistic. The followi1rg· was clipped from the Man y p eople do not r e alize the size J ohnson County Journal, Tecumseh , of Al aska. Mr. Bec k said that from · summ arizin g the t alk given by Pres. the northern point to ·the extreme R. Pate to the Kiwanians of that sout h it is as far as from Main e to city. Florida. "Followin g the musical pro g ram ,

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Prof. Pate in all fairness, quot- gave Penu another cup. Peru w aE the org aniz ation is Mrs. Cora AnderAl as ka n c ity is the school house. ed some of these brainy writers, g iv- awarded the 1925 basketball champi- son . Miss Minnie Esplin is the n ew Al askan City is the school house, Mr. ing th ei1· views of the downward trend onship. Chadron received th e 192f secretary-treasurer. Both a r e of Beck said. of thou g ht in many quarters. Speak- football award; and Doane the 1925 Omaha. ~recedin g· the ~ddress Miss Ell~n in g for h_im.se~f, h?wever, he gave_ a 1 · track aw ard. Grand I sla nd too k th e - - - -- - ( I Wilson gave a piano solo and Miss more opt1m1st1c view of the affairs 1 t ennis doubles; and Hastin g s to ok the CHAS. GATEL ·y, '20 BOBCAT, Be rtha Kubovy g ave an inte rpre t a- ' of the nation , expressin g the belief ' te nnis sin g les. IS WITH FIRM IN DE NV ER tion of the readin g , "The H o.use by t hat th e Ame ri can peop le are able to The officers for the year, which ofl he Side of the Ro ad." Community cope with the situatio n and bring or- ficers constitute the executive board , Chas. Gately, all-state qu arterb ack sing ing and g am es were a part of the der out of apparent c haos. It was are D. G. Burrag e, Doane, president ; of the 1920 Bobc ats, h as t a ken a po - j evenin g's enterta inment. an abl e di scorurse, in th a t it furnished A. C. Rice, Grand Island , vi ce pres- sition with a la r ge concern loc a ted much food for thou g ht and m ade id ent ; and M. S. P at e, Kearn ey, sec - at Cla yton, Missouri, w hic h ma nu fa cY . W. C. A. HAS MUSIC AND plain the duty of the p eople, thru the r eta r y-treas urer. tu res cinder blocks. They h ave r ep DISCUSSION IN PROGRAM schools, churches and other instituCoac h Graf completed his fo otb all res ent a t ives a ll over t h e W est. Mr. and bask et ba ll schedul es w hi c h ap- Gat ely will be loca te d at D e nv er , ColTh e Y. W . C. A. mee tin g h eld W e d- t ions of mind and mor a l tr a inin g ." Mr. P ate h as p r om ised t o g ive t his p ea r in a noth er pl ac e in t hi s P ed a- orado, for th e winter. nesd ay e ve nin g was ope n ed by a Mr. Gately ex t e nds his g r eet in gs to hor t co n g servi ce, a nd was followed address to the Philom a thean Li te r a ry gog ia n. Soci ety in th e n ear futur e. It promold P er uv ians. by a violin solo by Miss Freida Woit- ises to be we ll wo r t h h earin g . PROF. LANTIS' CLASSES .el, ac comp a nied by Miss Frances Ke lly. HAVE SPELLING MATCH PHYSICS CLASS DETERMINES MISS WOITZEL BROADCASTS The subj ect for the eve nin g w as FROM SHENANDOAH STATION V ELOCITY OF SOUND IN AIR ' We Who Work," whi ch brou g ht up An old fas hi on ed spe lling contest n any vie ws on "socia l differ e nces" Miss Fri ed a W oitzel, Saturday, D e- w as conducte d Tuesd ay mornin g in The college p h ysics class took adetween the workin g c lass a nd cap- cemb e r 5, e ntertain ed r adio list ener s Prof. Ver n on L antis' bot a ny c lasses. van tag·e of th e ni ce we at her la t t al. · The leader w as Miss _Mabel Mc- with a violin so lo, broadc astin g fro m R ut h Cad we ll and Flor ence L ot- Tuesday and performed t h e experi~ i n ni s . KFNF, the H e nry Fi elds r adio sta- sp eich wer e w in ne rs in t h e 7: 50 a nd me nt deter mini ng t h e velocity of L ost.-A black leather traveling At t he close of the discussion Miss tion at Shen a nd oa h. S he was ac com- 8:50 di visions. so und in a ir . T he class w as di v id ed bag, in t h e vicinity of t h e dep ot, Frirene Fletch.er and Ma bel R eynolds p a ni ed to She n a ndoah b y t h e Misses J essie Givens a nd Mrs. L eo n a T y- into t wo g r ou ps a nd o bserv ations a ng a d uet, acco mp a ni ed by Miss Mildred a nd Lilli an Maso n, Miss Ma r- son wer e winners in t he 9 :50 ond ., were take n from t wo st atio ns abo.ut day e vening, D ecem ber 4. F inder pl e a e n otify Mi s Christine Rasmusessie Mah an . g a ret Va nce a nd H a r old Johnson. 10 :50 di v isions. a h alf a m ile ap a rt. se n .

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The hi g h sch ool deb ate schedule has been announced. Peru meets some of the teams that rated hi gh in 1ast ye a r ,s d ebating . These teams t hey will meet away from home are: Humboldt, February 26; Plattsmo.uth, March 12; Auburn, March 19; ,and Miss Anna I rwin, Miss Grace M. S yracuse, ' Marc h 26. At h ome they Peterson, and Miss A. Hazel Taylor w1. 11 mee t· t earns f rom B roe k , M . a r ch w ere 111 N ebraska City Saturday. · A pn·1 2; an d Pa wn ee 5 B.ea t nee,

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Advanced showing~of~practical~gifts for the Holiday Sh:>pper. Beautiful stamp ed~. pieces to embroider, including the "Lucky Day" Aprons at $ l. 00 each. Dry goods dept. Also showing new: toys of all kind in the down stairs_store.

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Take a look at the lovely premiums in the (S&H) Prem ium Department on the second floor on your next visit to the city.

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See Miss Anna Irwin for a new style of h andkerchief for Christmas. Suitable for men or women a nd v ery artistic.

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"Only the brave deser ve the 'fare.' ,, · T wenty-two football letter men and nearly two hundred of their admirers HONORABLE MENTION met in a n ann u al football banquet Friday evening at the high schoo l Lare, Brock; ~ Hart, Elmwood; Gordon, ' Pe'ru; Krecklow, Falls City ; gymnasi um. 'Nedrow, Verdon; ~ K~l, 1 Plattsmo1Uth; Chapman, Nebraska City; Bosley, William Lloyd Dallam, toastmaster, P aw ney City; Huddard, Auburn. "' directed t he toasts and speakings of the evening as wo ul d an old hand at t he game. He added more spice an d pep to the evening, which was already peppy with good speakers on the program, and with rare select ions of toasts · and responses. Captain Ralph Higg ins was t he first ~p'.eake lj . of, t)1tt e vening . He to ld of t he enviable ~·ecord of the past foot. ; I ball season •.Wilbert Zorn, c apta in elect for the coming season, fo llowed !BATH, ZOOK, with a rousing ,talk on the prospects TECUMSEH, ARE , of the coming year. Both were g r eetCAPTAINS. ed with all the enthusiasm th a t an energetic audien<;e ~a,!.} lf~eet a popPosi tions Well Distribular speaker. ,, RALfH HJGGINS Coach Lon Graf; ·a>ltho he spok€ af WILBERT ZORN uted-.Six Are · All-State meption. ter a "bountiful repast," proved n ot ,. •• A1i-S1ate · 11a.1ru ck. ·J .,. Represented. Captain 1925 football team., to be "too full for utterance." He c;::aptain ~~11ect 1926 football team. • '. ,. " ' •- .- . rose among enthus.iastic ovations an d Southeast N ebraska ·coaches· h av e spoke oi! the future of' .Peru's a thgood, especially fo r the_IJ.i;pt game_ of 1 'ff the season . Their offense was effect1 . selected t he All-So1Utheastern Nebrasletics; he told of the athletics of vaka team. Almost every coach in the r ious count'ries in ·an inter esting wa y, ~:~~~:.it was an individual sco r in gi REW'~ section · sent in }\is selections. Six telling many things which are new Krejci, Peru's freshman center from teams are represented on the first to mo~t Americans. Plattsmo uth, with thirteen points to str.ing; seven teams a re represented Opposed by Sen:,itor B.orah-Has Been Dr. L. B. Shreve spoke of P eru's his credit was hi g h point man of the Dramatic Club Will Give One of on the second sti:ing. '· at.hletics from the point of view of Discussed. in Student game and played a good game both Shak~speare's Masterpieces Howard · Zook, 'O f Tecumseh, and the town. He told what athletics B b M · f p p t• d Organizations., on offense an dclefense. As Annual Play. o aJors,. o • eru rep, were · 1e '· meant for . ,the town, and how jt 1was m aterial. He played· a hard game, for captaincy of the mythical eleven. app reci ated. His talk showed th at Shakesp ea re's "The Taming of the material. H playeed a h ard game, W a lters, of FallCity, · moved from Colleg e suude'nts the ' nation ' over Per.u is behind the Bobcats, and ap and proved to be a fighter. Hastings Shrew" has been decided upon as the center to a g u ard position, was made have been s't\idying the World Court. predates what they have done. Th at was ·one of the faste st men on the Annual Dramatic · C1ub play to be captain of the seco nd te am . P eru has t aken its part in this activ- ~he 13o,bcat_s ,.appr~cAate the _ SUP.port floor. Conkle's speed is a great asset g iven in February. The football season was scrambled ity, h.av'i1~g the 'Court explained and that Peru h as g iven them was manifor him. He may be expected to be .A, .speci al committee was appointed in this section. For instance, Nebras- discussed in the Y. M. C. A., Y. W. fested in their r,eception ~ of Dr. seen in most of the season's games consisting of : Chairman , Esther Mc- ka City upset the dop e by defea ti n g C. A., and other organizations. Shreve's talk. •. tnis year. Bitzie looked like old times, Knight; Berhke Shier, Marion Marsh , Tecumseh 13 to 10. Tecumseh had The World Court, as de fine d by President R. Pate was the last back in basketball to gs . The way h e an d Arlene Rit<:<hie .. for the pu i·pose defe ate d P eru 14 to 0. And then P e ru The Americ an Foundation Series, is speaker o~ the progra m. He told handles a b asketball shows that it is of casting thii. pJay., The <;all~ is as h~nded Nebraska City a neat trim· the . first actual Court ~et •UP by the what ath letics means to a school a nd an every day matter with him. He follows: mm g, 42 to 22. n ations of the world m an attempt to an indi vid1Ua l. He said many com certainly seems to be master of the Baptista ------------ Vaughn Casler Tecumseh · beat P eru early i n ~he to substitut~ la"':' for wa.r as th~ meth- ; p li mentary and deserving thing s con art. .Wasley, another Plattsmouth K ate ---------------- Marion Mars~ Se aso n. Then P enu· played ::;upenor od for settlin g mtern at10na l disputes. cerning Peru's gridmen . .lireshm a n, looks like reg ular material. Bianc a -------- --- - -- Bernic e Shier ball an d trimmed P awn ee City, 16 to It is a court of justice, no t a court of The banquet consisted of fou r The Peru College freshmen defe at- Petruchio --- --- - - ----- Jere Mi ckel 0. P awR ee caine ro g ht. back and won arbitration, but it is in a direct sense co urses as follows: Cocktail and N aeel the P eru Prep hi g h sc hool by a Lucenti o· ------ ------ W a rd ~h.afer from T ec umselt ( •Pl aft'smouth upset ~n o utcome of the two Hag1ue Con- biscos; roast port, mashed pota to es, score of 16 to 8 as a curtain raiser. Vencentio ---- ---- Lambert W1lh ams the bucket by tying P eru 6 to G. Falls ~erences ~hich established and devel- brown gravy, creamed peas, cranber1 Terr y and Chase showed up well for (Continued on page two) City h ad a fine team and played isome (Conti n ued-· on page two.) ry sauce,. salad, ro lls; Bobcat speci al the freshmen. Railsb ack played a of the best football in rec en t yea r s. and cake; coffee and mints. good game for the hi g h school. The team in this sectio~ t h a t vro'b - RJT ~ ,;-H~·~· a Peru Man" is t he quo t a tion The Bobc ats will meet D ana College · ably got too li ttle r ecog ni tion on the following the list of letter men on J a nu ary 9 h ere, for the next game. mythical ele ve n is Verdon. Tbe VerAnd Peru is r ig ht ly 1 t he program. It will be the first Conference game. , don victory over P eru is a n indicaproud of the "Peru Men." D ana is new in the Confere nce. tion of the c alibre of Pool's team . Summary of the g ame: Ruth The a bbreviated sc h edul e of Verdon Is Best Known Guard in State- CHRISTMAS PRd.GRAM W I LL and Cadwell, Miss Gockley, probably kept Sloan and Nedrow off i' Now Playing Last Season Peru (31) FG. FT. F . Arthur Majors Will Go to BE HELD TUESDAY EVENI NG t he honor team. Both of these men 1 With Bobcats. Evanston, Illinois. 0 0 Conkle, rf. - ------ --- 2 h ave football ability. j The hig h school will give a Christ0 0 Cowell, If. ------ ------ 2 Auburn h ad a g ood season . T h e 7 Walter Buettgenbach has been apmas prog ram in the hi g h school a udi0 0 Majors, rf. ---------- 2 The Inter-Denomin atio nal Student to 6 victory ove1· N ebraska City m ad e pointed captain of the basketball tori.um Tuesday e veni ng at 8 o'c lock. Hastings, < If. _______·_ 0 0 0 Conference which is t o b e held in the seaso n a su ccess, a lt ho t he coun - team for 1926, this season, to take t he The chorus will s ing a n umber of . uettge nb ac h, rf. __ __ 3 0 3 Evanston, Illinois, December 29 to ty seat lads did drop t he Thanksgiv- ' place of Jennings P arriott, captain- Christ m !\s carols. The boys' quartet, Krejci, c. _____________ 6 1 0 January 1, 1926, will have represenin g game to the Prepsters. Another · e lect, who is now coaching at Sug ar the g irls' sextet, a nd mixed qual·tet Buising, lg. - - --- - - --- 0 0 3 tatives from Peru t hi s year. close ti lt in th e section was the 7 to 6 . City, Colo. Since t~ e captain -elec t 1 under the direct ion of Harold C lark, Wasley, rg. -- --- ---- 0 0 1 Ruth Cadwell and Arthur Majors victory of T ecumseh over Falls City. did not return, an d sm ce there we r e will a lso s ing. V irginia Milstead will wer e cho ~e n from the s tud en t Lody . At en d, Halstead, Tecumseh, had a 1 not enough basketball letter men r e- sing a solo, A veryl Gaines will give a Ta bor ( 21 ) FG. FT. F. Miss Elma Gockley and Miss I\ a thryn c lear le ad in votes. The other votes turned to elect a captain, it was the ta lk, a nd Cl eon R hoades will speak 1 Carl, If. -- - - - ------ - - 1 T ow n e h a ve lie1m planning to atte nd 1 were g ro uped: Miller, Nebraska City, duty of the a th letic committee to ap- on "The R e latio n of Christmas to Gennox, rf. - - ---- --- - 4 0 t he Conference fo r some tii ne, so th ey 0 H att, Pl attsmouth, Malone, T ecumseh, point a captain. Hig h School Students." Florine Elli· 0 MacClary, ------------ 0 will r ep r esent t he faculty. 0 Gordon, P eru , and Chapman, Nebras- j Bitzie has made all-st~te f?r Peru ot t will read a Christmas story. 1 Nelso n. c. -- - ----- ---- 3 0 Each class h eld a meeting Wednes- ka City. Miller had somewh at t he for t he past four years m this sport. 0 McFarland, lg. ------ 0 1 d ay to decide how these delegates better of t he votin g and was g iven . H e is the best known and most f eared MISS MUSSELMAN GIVES 1 3 Ai ~trope, rg. ------- - 1 wold be fin anc ed on t his trip. the other end position. I g uard in the state. He has scoreo MUS IC STUDENTS PARTY 0 0 t{illard, rg. --~- ------ 0 This is th e first time that P eru has Burger, Auburn, and Cheever, Falls m ore points than any g.uard in the been represented in a conference of City, had clear leads for the tack le Nebraska State Conference. Miss Alice Mu selman entertained t his kind. 1 7 Totals -------- -- -- 15 positions. Burger made t he team in Bitzie has started the seaso n well h er vo ice students, the accompanist 1924 and led again in 1925. Standley, for 1926 with a 31-21 vi ctory over th e of the Glee Club, and persons special3 7 'l'otals ------- -- -- - 9 Rea l winter weather a nd a snow Peru Prep. is another 1924 man to Tabor quintet Saturday e venin g on izi ng in pub li c school music, Friday, Referee, Bell, Amburn. presages a "White Christmas." (Continued on page two .) the local floor. at 4 o'clock. I Peru opened the b ask etba;l season by defeating Tabor 31 to 21 in an interesting but ragged game played in the college gymnasium Sa turd ay eve nin g. The Tabor squad came to Peru with a se rious threat behind them. They h ad just downed the strong Cotner aggregation by more than doublin g the score on them. Cotner had been mentioned as one of th ~ po~sible can,did ates for the st a te title tJ;iis season. Tabor scored first in ~ h e_ ~ocal game, t hen Con kle rung one fo:· the Bob- •· cats. The local scodng machine then ceased to f1unction for a while, and the Grafmen found themselves at the small end of a 6-2 score. But in a· few minutes they were leadin g, 9-8, and the half ended with,.t he Bo bcats still in the lead, 13-11 The Bobcats played a better brand of basketball t he second h alf, and i·oll ed up a total of 31 poih'ts while the Tabor "Redbirds" coul~. . p,.co r,e only 21. . The defense of the Bobcats looked f

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The Philo'.nathean Literary Society STUDY SUBJECT Coach Ralph Hunter looks forward A party was g-iven by the Dramatic j held a Christmas program Tuesday to a successful basketball season with Club members Thursday evening. The , We manufacture Black Walnut evening at the high school auditorifour letter men, Bath, Dillon, Adams, evening was spent in attending the 1 and other hardwood lu mber, 'Railsback, and some other good ma- s h ow an d a ft erwar d s a 1unc h a t th e 1 selling direct to schools. um. Th e pres1'd ent, R'1c h ar d H art1ey, ( C ontinued f rom page one. ) 11 \Vas Unable to preside because of ill- oped t h e old Hague court of A r b't Ga ndy Kitchen. 1 ra- terial back this year. ness and the vice president, Mrs. De!1 The meeting place was in the Little tion. The American delegates to the MEEK LUMBER COMPANY a .vona Price, presided. HIGH SCHOOL TEAM ; Theat re. When all had assembled, I A number of country school chi!- two Hague Conferences urged the IS SELECTED a . march (or it might' be called a Peru, Nebraska ·c1ren which represented the Peru fac- establis hment of a Permanent Court · slide) was made down the pavement ·uJty in their childhood days gave a of International Justice similar in . j to the show. ------------prog r am. Leora Setzer acted as . the most essential features to the Court (Continued from first page) ' After the show lunch was served - -- stern teacher and directed the recita- of Justice that actually came into be- place in 1925. "Joe" had a clear ma- 1 in the Candy Kitdhen, whic h consist- - - - - - - - - - - - - Lions and son gs. It was discovered ing- in 1920. The World Court is, jority of the votes. Wilson of the '. ed of fruit salad with whip ped cream, TAXI AND DRAy AGE I Lhat the fac ulty members were quite t herefore, in a significant sense, an Pawnee Indians was voted the other . hot chocolate, and wafers. t a le nted in their youth. American idea. . . ' ! William ("Bill") Dallam was apMrs. E. C. Beck to ld of Christmas The Permanent court of Justice g ua rd positwn. ! pointed toastmaster, Mr. D ai'l am in other la nds and brought out many came into existence thru the initiaRic ha rdson, Nebraska Cit y, was the : called on v arious members of the Office Phone, Z-3 rings interesting customs of celebration in tive of the League of Natioils, to stellar center in the Southeast, ac- 1 club to make a speech or to do a various lands. She found that Amer- which it owes its existence. The corclilJg· to the coaches. Almost ev- "stunt." The party broke up with I:-;;;-;;;;_;;;;_;;;;;_:;;;_;;;;_;;;;_;;;;;_;;;;;;;_;;;;_;;;;;;_;;;_;; ·1ca · cdntributed only the t urkey and court is open to every nation of the ery coach voted for the City center. cheers and yells for the Drama tic I the sq u ash :1ie t.o our Christmas. world. Forty-eig ht of the fifty-five Steen, Aubur.n , .Walters, Falls City, I: Club. Evelyn Booth sang·, " The Holy ..nations t h at are mem b ers o f t h e and Brunr.d on, P eru, l'.eceived several City," which was pantomimed by a" 'Leag ue of Nations sig ned the proto- votes. . . PRES. PATE SPEAKS TO "Y" !1 EP .\l<T ,\ l ENT STU RES g roup of girls under the diection of col of the Court. There are f1fteen The fo ur backs a re a "sweet" comON "VALUE OF AN IDEAL" I 12 12 Jst . Auburn , N e b. Miss Fraces Root, head of the phys- nations or states of the world that are ·bination: Zook , Tecumseh; P arli, ical education department for women. ()tJt.si'cle 'that· Coiu rt. P awnee City; Heiser, Falls City; . and --Wishing You All "The Value of an Ideal," was the Elma Gockley gave an interesting Senatoi· Boi·ah of Idaho 1·s the chi'ef Majors, Peru. The~e men are good topic discussed by Pres. W . R. Pate, 1 a Merry Christmas review of the first Christmas. She fi g ure in' the United States who is enoug. h for any man'.s eleven. Th. ey h y C at t e . M. . A. meeting , Wednesb d 1 cl b Old Kris Kingle wil l soon told th e story of the fourth wise man opposed to this nation entering the coi:n. me spee ' p un.gm ~" an ootmg day evening. be we w ith us again . You ng nud his prolonged search for the Court. . Some of his obJ'ections are: I ability. But they . did not capture all n Mr. Pate gave Hawthorne's stor y I and o ld a like eagerly look forChrist and the final victory thru the Tlie Woi·ld Coui·t i's a near relati've t h e votes. L ou1e B . a th , + eru, came "The Great Stone Face," as an exam- ' ward to his arrival. H is is a help of his fellow men. of the Leag ue of N ations and since within one vote of the fir~t string. p ie of an ideal. As Ernest h ad a mission of good cheer, peace . There are bout a few members who t lie uni'ted States i's not i'n t he League Masters, A. uburn, was. one vote b.ehind1 B D great ideal, so has every yo ung man and good will on earth. All have not paid their dues and received it shquld not join hte Court; the ath. illon, the midget drqpk1cke~, a greater ideal, Jesus Christ. good luck to him. their membership cards. Court is under the domination and had a fistful of votes. ,And . Sloan 1s• a .man to be feareq in any game. MaAt t he begi;11ning of ~he meeti~g, Altho commonly called old control of an international political' lone, the Tecumseh captain, had sev- the congr~~at1on sang, . The Chnsth e is about the livel iest young TO SHOW "TAMING institution. ' He claims that 300,000,eral votes for end and ~e'leral for ma~ Carol. Arthur MaJors read the f e llow of our acquai ntance & OF THE SHRl~W" 000 whte people are abl)olutely ex- h alfback ; he was nlaced at the e nd IScripture lesson. always h as b een. And may he cluded from the · World Court. - · The congregation san g "Hark! the !)osition. ever rem a in so. The good points of the World Court Herald Angels Sing!" at t h e close of (Contin ued from page one) And n ow le t us extend our movement seem to outnumber the bad the meeting . This w as fo lloewd by Harlenzio --------- - Eldon Hayward points, which are pointed oiut by Sen• MISS ESTHER CLARK TALKS hea rt i est Christmas greetings a word of prayer by Prof. A. Crago. Gr ernio - - ----- ------- Arlene Ritchie ator Borah. The main point to be to yo u and to each member of TO Y. W . C. A. ON CHRISTMAS Grumio -------- ------- - Earl Craig brought out is that the Court will esl your· home and to the members WOMAN'S CLUB HAS PROGRAM Widow ----- - -- Mrs. Vaughn Casler tablish a world of peace and union. of more than two million H 1 ' My Idea of a Christm as,'' was the, IN COLLEGE FACULTY ROOM Lord -------- - - - - -- Waldo Wilhoft The various r epresented countries homes through the 44 stat"s age ---- ---------- Rachel Crocker wi ll be cooper ating and formiri g ' · a subject of Miss Esther Clark's talk at w hom w e serve in our 676 fo stess ------- ---- ---- - Irene V eal b etter world, rather than the strug - the Y. W. C. A. 1~1eeting, held in the The Woman's Club h eld its Christstores. , urtio --- - - - ------ Esther McKnight gle which has been in the past over college auditori um W ed n esd ay e ven- m as program in t he . facu lty room Let u s make it general: A ing. She emphasized th e spirit of .:ily - - --------- ----- Cecil Coatney international r elations. Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. merry, merry Christmas to all. givin g and that Christm as is the day R. P a te for the leader. Ther e are several minor characters of happiness, a nd is the day whe~· lo be announced l ater. The play will Mrs. F . .P . .Majors read a paper on C, !7'enney Co. AVERY STEVENS BREAKS one's tnue selves a r e g iven out. S he be sponso r ed by Miss Hazel A. Tay"Christmas in Ot her L ands," fo llowed GLASSES, CUTS HIS EYE fi nish ed h er t a lk b y many helps that by lor. · a talk on "The Birthplace of - -would make Christm as mean mor e to Christ as it is Today,'' by Mrs. P ate. N o one has success unt il h e has HOME ECONOMICS Avery Stevens, while attending the , us, Mrs. !nice Dunning gave a talk on t h e abou d' . l'f · d . Ong . .m." of. the n Ingf IdI e . ·Th' IS IS ma e up DEPARTMENT PARTY party given by the hi g h school cho- j Miss Ruth Cadwell was in charge "Ch n.stmas c arols and their · · rus in honor of the hig h school foot- . of the meeting, which was opened b y Some of t hese carols were illustrated e11th .many- od alctd1v1t 1es olf e~ergy, . usiasm an g a ness. t 1s o Miss Kathryn T owne gave a party ball team, had his glasses broken, and t he singing of several Christmas to the home economics department some of the glass lodged in his rig ht carols, followed by a p iano solo b y by p~onograph selectw~s, and . two 1spring t o meet the d ay wit h a thr:U were by t~h e girls' quartet • 1at b emg · · t o go f orth t . . 1!1ustrated . . a 1·1ve. I t 1s Thursd ay eve nin g . Ther e was a lo ve- eye. Miss Alma Tolin a nd Ralp h I Lilli an Hahms. Evelyn Booth san g consJStnig of Evelyn . Booth, F lorence meet. t h · · t . , e mornrng m a n ecstasy o ly tree. The girls presented Miss Hun ter extracted t h e glass and wh at "The Holy City. Adjournme nt fo lLotspeich, Irene Fle~c her, , and ~ab.el jo? . It is to r ealize t he one-ne of Towne with three beautiful pieces of mi ght h ave b een a serioius accident lowed the singing of several Christ Reynolds, accompam ed by Margaret ! humanity In tr.u e spirit u a-1 sympathy . was only very painful. mas songs. silver . Mahaffey. - Lillian Whiting.

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It wasn't the "butcher, t)le baker, the candle stick maker," that enjoyed the Christmas party at the dormitory Sunday evening, but the waitresses, the cook, the dishwashers, and all the rest, who are working at the dorm~EADERS IN HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES ARE NAMED itory. All the guests were ushered into the The following is a list of the high dining room where they fo.und a table school students who,, for the first heaped with good things to eat and quarter, were ranked by their grades gifts from one another, at the foot of to be the topmost fourth of their a small tree placed on the table. classes: ninth grade, Virgil Abel, They have decided that they will ~helma Waltz; tenth grade, Donna establish a tradition to be carried on Jane Delzell, Edith Grossoehme; , from year to year.

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The sophomore class had a Christmas party Friday evening, in the high school assembly room. After a number of good games had been played, Santy came and distributed gifts from the Christmas tree, which was part of the decoration scheme. · Refreshments were served in the basement. The high school chorus gav~ a Christmas party in, honor of the Bobkittens, Wednesday evening. They had much fun learning how to square dance. ·Besides refreshments each person received a· sack full of candy. Decorations included a beautiful Christmas tree.

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school teacher he has missed his call- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • ing. After the refreshments, Prof E. C. Beck cleverly represented Santa Claus, and gavE;' toys from tl,ie tree to each one present. "Robbie" was especially pleased with his toy horn, MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL ''Vaughn" with his push cart, Mr. Beck with his toy tennis racket, and, See us for your CHRISTMAS CANDIES, FRUITS "Gus" with his toy horn. Those present at the party were and NUTS. Mr. and Mrs. ~obert D. Harrison, See our line of FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS Prof. and Mrs. E. C. Beck, Mr. and REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Mrs. Vaughn Casler, Gus Bade, Vester Vande:r;beek, Raymond Steeves, Also our BARRETTES HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hunt, Bernice your Christmas Gifts. Hunt, Marjorie Mae ·Beck, Charles I Melton, Amzie Grass, and Viva Marshall.

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was served, consisting of oyster stew, sandwiches, chocolate pie with whipped cream, ' ice cream and cake, and coffee. They were prepared by Gus. Bade .. As a

The G. A. A. members are practicing basketball and will continue to do so until the end of the semester, when they will , have tournament games. Four color teams will be selected and these will contest for the cham-FRESHMAN, - - - - -SOPHOMORES, - - - - - - JUNIORS, ----SENIORS, - - - -ATHLETES - - - - · pionship. From these four teams a varsity team will be chosen consistDo You Know? ing of the best players of the four .earns. I The Students' Hand-Book of Practical Hints on the Technique of The high school girls are practicEffective Study ing also, three times a week. The by high school varsity team will comWILLIAM ALLAN BROOKS pete in the college tournament. A GUIDE containing hundreds of practical hints and short cuts tM.nUtMheSeCcHoOnoLmASyTolfC leRaErSniU'nLgT, to assist students in securing MAXIS at a minimum cost of time energy , ATHLETIC <;LUB ADOPTS and fatigue. ' ' REVISED CONSTITUTION ,, ____ ESPECIALLY RECOMMENDED for overworked students and .:-.• ·.I athletes engaged dn extra curriculum activities and for average and honor students who are working for high scholastic achievement. A revised form of the constitution was adopted . at a meeting of the Some of the Topics covered . Girls' Athletic Association held TuesScientific Shortcuts in EffecDiet During Athletic Training. tive Study How to Study Modern Lan- B day, at the gymnasium. Preparing for Examinations. guages II A, committee which had been chosWri_ting Goo.d E~ami~ations. How to Study Science Litera- Ii en previously', '-~~vised the old conBr~in and Digestion in Relature etc. ' f! · t10n to Study. ' II stittition and presented ·a new copy How to Take Lecture and Why Go to College? u with several " added 'provisions and and Reading Notes. After College, What? amendments. Advantages .and Disadvantages Developing Concentration and Points are to be awarded to the of Cramming. Efficiency. The Athlete and His Studies. etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc. girls in the following sports: hit-pin Why y OU Need This Guide • ball, volley ball, basketball, track, "HOW TO STUDY" will show you how to avoid all misdirected swimming, baseball, tennis and hikeffort. ing. Get a good start and make this year a highly su~cessful one by sending for this hand-book and guide NOW "It •is safe to say that failure to guide and direct study is the HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS SINGS

regular display of well selected Christmas gifts. Shop early.

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OF MATRIMONIAL CEREMONY h h. d Topsy Turvy's Tomb, on t e t 1r flo or of the dormitory was the scene of the tying of a marital knot Sunday evening, December 14, w hen I. I., the groom, and Gold Digger, the bride, were united in matrimony. The participants in the nuptials were as follows : Groom, Genevieve Nicholas; bride, Barbara Noerrlinger; groom's m other, Ruth Philbrook; bride's f ather, Veda Andersbn ; bride's mother, Esther McKee; minister, V e rn a Sparks; flower girl, Viva Mar sh all; Sp anish dancer, Evangeline Byram ; minister's wife, Bernice Shier; rin g bearer, Helen Chase; g room's g randmother, Rae Swartwout. The bide and groom were ushered in, while the groom was feverishl y

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hunfing for the ring. Before they tral House Rebecca Graham: ".Well, th~ Rom- had time to be m arried, the ceremony - - - - - - - - - - - - - ; ans had them in black and white and f was interr.upted by the appearance o could look at them." h - - - - - - - - - - -- - . . a Spanish dancer who claimed t at the g room had promised to marry IT IS OUR DESIRE Prof. Russell King talk~d to his her After a hectic scene; the SpanAmerican history. class, Friday, on ish. dancer learned that he had no To give you good service as , points of interest 111 N ew Orleans, St. h th h' the ·h money, so s e rew 1m over on well as fresh flowers. Write, ! Aug.ustme, Charleston, S. C., and ot - s ot; the location of which was not ' er places in the South. He told of dp ' d d • j several custo.ms. o f th e •101d Sou th" eci e upon. wire o f. p I1one ord ers to ti1e After the bond was sealed, the which are still m vogue: and of the briae and groom were given their old market places, whic;h use~ . to physical and intelligence tests. These serve as slave markets. ef ra1s~ng were not g iven until after the cere1 Auburn, Nebr. Phone 189 of t obacco and the system o curing . mony because everyone serious 1y ___ _ _ _ _ _ R::IJ _ _,_ _ _ _ for the market was explamed. doubted whether the bride and g room ------=.,.-~~--=-~~=~~' would be able to pass them. The - - - - - - - - - - - - - RURAL LIFE CLUB HOLDS b 'de had a very hig h I Q but that I TY SATURDAY EVENING n . · ". . PAR of the groom was very mfenor. This F. M. & L. C. MERRICK 11 hD h R 1 L'f was considered "okeh" because their A party was e d . Y t De urab 112e p osterity would have an averag e inJewelers and Opticians Club, Saturday evenmg , ecem er , t 11 . . h h' h h 1 d' e ig ence. at 8 o'clock, in t e ig sc oo au . I Th e CJU1mma . t'·1ng d e t a1·1 of th e e vent · d Eyes tested by a R eg1stere tor ium It was planned by the social th b d t f d f ·sh h was e supera un an ee , urn 1 committee'. of :-Vhich Miss Dorot y ed by the g room and the g room's Optometrist Schwartz 1s chairman. mother. Games and contests · were played

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