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PERU NUMBER 3.

PERU, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, OCTOBE R 19, 1925.

VOLUME XXI.

BOBCATS WIN FIRST CONFERENCE !UNION REVIVAL IPRESIDE~T PATE ADDRESSES PERU HAS HARD MEETINGS START P E R U s P R ACTICE TEACHERS · GAME FROM KEARNEY; SCORE 20-01 ON OCTOBER 2s 1 p,~;;,·;~·~,;::~~ ·:,"::;:~a,!~' NUTS TO CRACK 1

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ZORN RUNS ROUND END TWICE FOR TWO TOUCHDOWNS

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Conference Games Will Not Be Easy-Bobcats Are Ready

HJGH SCHOOL HAS II com bined forces in a se r ies of re- / t~num o n F riday evenin g at 7:50 · I · h" b · I o clock. vi va meetin gs w 1c 1 w 111 eg1n , M p b h CLASS ELECTIONS i _Wedn esday, O~tob~r 28, a t 7:30 p . m ., idid 1~oinat:e a:~u:sl~e~u!s;~~:ll; 1;~1~ 1

Peru Has Four Teams in ! rn t h e Methodist Ch ur c h. The meet- 1 t he co-ope r ation of t he studen t teac h. . ! . . · . Field- They Won from I Hig h sc hoo l class election s were I in "'o-s wi.ll continue un til November 22' ers 111 bnngrng abo ut a more favor1 ab le att it ude on the par t of t he stuhe ld Thursda y m orn ing at hi g h ' app ro x imately four w~eks. Ver don and Lost school assembly. · l The Re~. C. S. Ca lkrns, of T op eka, I dents. The practice teac hers were t o Brock Officer s e lect ed for the senior cla>s I ~(ansas, w ill h av: ch_a rg·e of the meet- 1 asked, as m embers of t he traini ng

T h e Bobcats, after defeating Kearney 20-0, will meet Doane next Fri -

day at Crete. . . Doan e lost to Omaha Umvers1ty were: Preside nt , Doris Rice; vice- J rn gs. Mr. C ~lkms is a g : adu at e o_f sc hool fac u lty, to co-operate toward : Friday 6-0. Last week they won from With four t eams in t h e fie ld, t he president, Ralph Ch atelai n; secre- the P resbyte ri a n Theological Semi- t he good of t he school. E ach teac her Cotner 9-6. Cotner beat Nebraska Ho bcat s split e ven Frid a y. They wo n . · c· n ar y of Om a h. a. He has b een p astor !i was as 1rn d to c h ec k h erse If on t h e I Central 6-0. Kearney took Nebraska the big game from Kearney, a nd from tary, Ave ry l Garn es ; t r eas urer , ..leo.1 of c h urc hes m w estern K a nsas a nd f 11 · · . A I · . dI I o ow rng p ornts . 1. m 1n goo , Ceutra t into camp by t he score of 34Verdon , a nd lost to Broe k, 12-0. The Rhoades. The J·uniors elected: P res ide nt, Color ado for several years. He h as 1 health? N o t eac h er sh ou ld be in p oor 1 o A d p b t K 20 o Bobkittens lost to Tec umseh , 14-0 h h · · k I . n eru ea earney - . Doris Dyerfe ld ; vice-preside n t , L ucy dec la r e d _t h a t e as no p~lpi t tric_ s health . 2. Am I n eat a nd clean ? The Doan e has defeated t he team that Kearn ey g r anclstands ope n ed the Ma3·ors,· secret ary a nd tre asu rer, R u b- or se nsation a l m to mdulg e rn, ·I pupils often use t h eir t eac h ers as won f rom N e b ras k a c entra1; so h as · ethods h P eru -K earne y gam e Friday with t h e er t P au l; c h eer leader, George bu t on ly a str a ig t gospel m essage to I m odels a nd a good examp le s ho uld be I p p b I c ry of, "Stop Bitzie." B u t t h ey soon D asher. deliver . He said t h at he WGu!d preach I placed before t hem 3 D o I , enjoy I b e r u . erku won hy a arger sc~re, lea r ned th at t he y h ad mor e to d o t h h Id . d 0 Id · · u t yo u · now w at comparative t · ht f Freshm a n .-.ff icers a re : Preside nt, s r aig rom e s ou_ ei ' an w u teaching? No teac h er c a n do her scores will lead to in football. The th a n to st op Bitzie, whic h i n itself is P a ul La ndo lt; vice preside nt. Byro n call · k e h as b een ma d e too of ten of· b a sp ade a spad e, wit hout personal I.Jest un less she enj oys h er work and m 1sta a feat worthy to be pro ud of. T hey Gordon ; secretary a nd tr ea:>L '.!·e r , vi i"a use.. . . ·no teach er should teach unless she allo wing it to lead to overconfidence. 1 h ad the entire Bo bc at t eam t o st op . g il Ab le. Music of th e meetrn gs S wi ll be con, thinks teaching school is a n enJ·oya 'I F.1g ures are t nc . k " . · h d · . y t h mgs sometimes. And if th ey can' t stop Bit zie, wh at b M C Nomin at ion of Gi r ls' Club officers ducted Y rs. alkm~. he ~ as a. Lie occ upation and n ot a burden . I D on't bank on t hem too much. Doane can they do wit h e lev en fi g ht ing were as fo llows : President, Ma r- sever al year s of experience wi t h t his Anoth er conference w ill be he ld at h d l p h d k F h h I as won an ost . eru as won an Bobcats? ·ori e P a rriott, Avery l 1lai1ws, Mar- wor · •or t ree years s e was a some fu t ure date All stud en t teach 1 1 t B t h ·11 f" ht h d J They failed t o stop Zo rn, w ho ra n b f h f h C j · - ' os . o w1 1g a ar game. 1 gar e t Roadu s; secretaP ", E.JLh e r 1Ji t: 1' - mem er 0 t e acu ty of t e 0 1um- ers must be p r esent. , Th . h B b a ro.und th e ir e nd tw ice, sco r ing a , b . C 11 f E · Ch. e next game on t e o cat e rso n, Mae G illispi e, ·l)lli!dred \ Ta nce·, ia 0 eg·e 0 · xpresswn a t icago. , II sc h e d u Ie 1s · c Th h l'l uc hdow n each t ime. T he t hird ta!· otner. ey ave wo n Jy was made .b y Ca r ter who picke d t r easure r , Vir.·i·ini a Milst ead. D onn a Sh~ did t hree [ear~ of coilcer; w o:ik, TECUMSEH IS WINNER ' fr om Nebraska Cent r a l, but lost to up a stra y footb a ll w h ic h th e Kea r - J a ne De lzell, Katherin e Briggs; chee l" ayn WwasC a Ana d10 ~~ _spteha rnr ~or Sh1e FROM PERU PREP, 14-0 1 D oane. They cancelled t he Hasti ng:; le ade r, Maxin e Sears. · · · · unn g e w ar . e r.1 • • n e ~1 p lav. e r s d id nol seem to be ab le d t d y W C A . g ame .r n day m 110nor of t he Cotner con uc ·e . . . . c 1asses 1n Pl · ti · p ' · · 1ayer, Wmter, to hold, a n d c r ossed t he li ne wit h it , h Ch. . · a ym g mos · Y 111 er u s terntory, p who bro ke his neck 0 ma a anc1 1cago, a nc1 w as 1n- 1T h d f p p · F . BAPTIST SUNDAY SCI TOOL afte r ·a fi ftee n- yar d S])rint . But it " . B"bl d. d ec umse e eated e ru r ep. n- 111 ~ci immage. York forfeited to HEARS R ADIO SER VICE str.ucto r m 1 e r ea m g an sermon . took eve r v. ou nce of t he Bobcats' e n' •, d e11very . .1n t h e p res b yten. a n T h eo 1c g - day, 14-0, af .ter block rng. t hree p u nts. Grand I sla nd because of injuries. e rg y to win the g·arn e. Kearn ey p lay. S . O h P e r u r eceived th e loc koff, Adams , November 4, Peru meets Wayne at 1ca 1 emrn a r y at ma a. . . eel a h a r d game. Coach Graf used The college class of th e Bap t ist p r . . .. iI returmn g t he ball f ifteen yar ds. T e- P eru. It will be a hard g·ame · one of nineteen m en before t h e fin al w his- Sund ay -sch ool met at t he D elzell rhe um na~y actfiv itli es i: r~p arahto ry ' cumseh scor ed early in t h e firs t t h e hard est of the Bobcats' s~hedule. to t e onen rn g o t 1e meet111 0- ave I . t le blew. Peru was on t he ir opp on- home Sund ay an d partit:ipa t e d in t h e b - d d . h "' k . q.uarte r by b lockrng punt a f ew yar ds Wayne is one of t he strongest teams een star te unn g t e p ast wee 1n 1 , . c nts' ten-yard li ne as t he game end- W. 0 . A. W. c h ap el services in ad - h f f . I from P e ru s goal, and t he n smashrn g af t he Co nference. They won from ed. dition to its own lesso n. The class T t he or~111 ct~ttagehprayer meetm gsk. thro ug h. Zook kicked goal for t he Midla n d 7-0. A nd Midland beat York ey w1 co n rn ue t ruo ut n ext wee t · t Pe r u m ade e le ven f i rst down s; h as been meeting h ere f o r t h e paEt j exTh ra p orn ·. 48 -0 Midland lost to Wesleyan 10-0. and on un t il Mo n day evenin g, Ocd t · Kearn ey ma de fo ur. T he Bobcats two Sund ays, du e to th e f act t h at . . e sec o n qu ar er was even ly vv ay ne too k the long end of the . . " g tober. 26. Tuesday evenrng I ol 245 y a 1·ds w hile th e i1· opponent s t h e c h nr c I1 ·f urnace is n ot m w or k·m . . . b efore t. h e ,, ma t c 1i e d . St an 1ey th · rew t i1.e T ecum- score i n a b out with Western UnioP.. op em ng of th e rev ival seri es, a umon • h b k f I made a care hu ndred. Kearn e y at- 0 1de r. Eac h mem ber was presented . . ~e ac ·s o r a 1oss on a most every 24-13. And Western Un ion had deT lrn f"1rs t h a If en d e d 7 -0 . 1 t empted t en passes, com1: let ing one. 1 w1"th · a rose a n d a p a nsy b Y t h e_ teacr1L - prayer . meet111 g w ill be held at. th.e · Pay. feate d Mo rni ngsi de by a rath er large Methodist Ch urch. T he town 1s ch - I D · th th · d t t i b 11 The Bobcats i nter cep ted t wo p asses, er, D ean W · N · D. e 1~e II . Off1cers o f vided into fo ur sections for th ese 1 ur111 g e II' quar e r · ie a score. The big game of the season com p leted none of t h ree. On e was t he class a r e : Preside nt, Ruth Cad; was kep t n ear the m iddle of t he field, was the Wayne-Chadro n game, in in tercepted by Kearn ey. we ll; secr etary, D or othy Hurt. Miss meeti ngs. 1' neithe r team havin g t h e ad vantage. w hic h C h adron won, 25-7. This is t he fi rs t of t h e 1925 Co n - Esther D elzell, w h o is teachi ng in Ear ly in th e fo ur t h q u arter, TeYork is t he next g ame scheduled t o fe re nce games. 'There are otlier s to P lattsmout h , was home for the week- PHILOMATHEANS I cumseh agairi b locked a p.un t , a nd meet t h e Bobcats. They have lost to com e. The Bobcats h ave a fi g ht in g end a nd was a v isito r of t h e c lass. HOLD INITIATIONS I car ried the ball across fo r th eir sec- Midland and forfei tted to Grand I _ spirit now. a nd t hey h ave a student ond to uc hd own. Zook again ki c ked land. T he Bobcats play th em at York. bod y behi nd . t~ em w ho a r e pr~ucl ~f /PERU DRAMATIC CLUB The ne w memb ers of th e P hilo- io r t he ex t ra poi nt. Hastings will be p layed next, at t hem a nd willi ng to d o a n yth111g rn RECEIVES INVITATION mathean Li terar y Society met at th e The latter part of the ga m e was Hasti ngs. T hey tied Grand Isl and, t heir power fo r t hem. So t h e Bob _ __ gymn asium a t 5:30 o'cloc k Saturd ay mar ked by P er u's sensatio n al fo r war d scoreless. They cancelled the Cotner cats will m eet th e rest of ·t he season eveni n.g for a b arbecue a nd init ia- . passi ng, completi n g t hree passes out game. The P eru Dramatic Clu b ' h as r ef f wit h a win nin g team. They wi ll let tion. jo our attempts. The b ig g·ame of the season, pai·ceived a n in vitation to pa rti c ipate in St·a n Iey, B at l1, an d M·a3ors · h no one t ake t e state t it le from t hem A lun ch cons ist ing of h am sand p layed a ticularly if the Bobcats win from t h e first nation a l Confere u cec· on the JI witho.ut fig hting to t he last minute. wiches, pic k les, ice-cream w afe r s a n d ste a1_- gam e for P eru. Zoo k, act ing Wayne, will be the Chadron game, American T heatr e, ~o be held at the f T Line-up: coffee w as se rved. captam or ecumseh, p layed a n ex- played at the other end of t he state Carneg ie Instit u te of T ec hn ology in 11 Th T h Per u K ea rn ey Readin g-s were g iven b" t he Cath - ce e nt game. e ec umse reg u- on T h anksgiving D ay. Chadron has P ittsbu rg h, Novemb e1· 27 a nd 28. ·' IJ H ey wood ------ I e --- - ---- - Mino r R cart sist ers and Miss Hacker . Dean :.Ir captain w. a.s o_ut of t he line up on ' ~t1·0 11 g team t his year. They are epresentatives wh o a ttend th e Dri ver -'-- - -- -- l t - - -- -------- Cox C w. N. Delzell gave a n inter estin -!?: acco.unt of rn3u nes. j worthy of a great deal of respect. onfe r ence w ill be given a n oppor\ 11 ·ii · ·vi iams - - -- - - l g -- - -- - -- Ne lrn n . ll h talk about the society aft e r ini t iaBut t h e Bobcats will n o.t f ear them. 1 Bun c h -- -- - ~----- C D a h lge n tumty to te w at t le ir ins titu t ion t ions, when it was decid ed t h at t h e WI LHOFT IS ELECTE D Chadron ope ne d its season by win· _-_-_-_- _-_- _-_- ___ May is doin g fo r t h e cu. ltivation of t h e G a rn ss - ---- - -- r g new memb e rs h ad been t e rro ri zed TENNIS PRESIDENT ning from t he University of Colorado I·[ l·gg·i· ns - ----- -- r t· -- --- - - - --- Ruc.l d ram a. Suc h questions . as t h e pur - e no.ug h, t hey we r e mar c hed down t o t .r:Sou Id er, 3-0. Colorad o defeated pose of t h e work, t he f m an c ial supC arter - - ----- - r e - - - - C ans Irn d on II d" t he a t hleti c fi e ld a nd d id a n India n , T h e T ennis Clu b met a nd o rgan - Creig h ton at Omah a 14-6. Chadron l orn _____ ____ _qt.b _____ ___ P oll ar d p ort , co ege er e its, a nd so fo r t h , war d a nce a r ound a bon-fire. ized fo r t he year 1925-26. W a ldo s wamped Spearfish Normal wiL11 ba o · _ _____ Ca i·! Cox wi ll be disc ussed. . The sig nificanc e r .uisen ---- - --- - lh \Villhoft '26. who captaine d t he 1925 poin ts. B II p· h of th e comm um ty th eatr e w ill b e e ------ --- -- f b - --m spaug th . t . f cl " . Lois Gr egP.:, E lizabet h Reed , and j tennis team and won t h e Peru sing le Craicr __________ r h _____ __ H o lmes am_o ng.· e ma rn op1cs o 1sc uss10 n, cl 1 .d 1 t d "' b h I b Mary Su e Moore were .un der the me a , was e ec e pres1 ent of the Y. M. C. A. Substutions: Ric hards, D eg-1-ee, n ng rn_g ou t t e_ r e_ ation etween t he I I b M w 1·11h r. oft an d Miss Root are Hi"llai·d , W ltd R~·" 1 cIramat1c org a m zat1ons and t h e com- care of Miss Alma A. To li"n at 'lie • ,c u · B ·t · 1 z1e, a rum, ie y, . . infirmar y for a few days duri ng lhe t ry ing to locate a place to p ut a ceThe reg ular meeting of t he Y. M. Mac E lr oy, Hanso n, K line, P ierce, m u mty theatr e. A . stu~y will be p ast week. All t hree h a ve r ecovered ment co urt. It h as been r umored Hi ndri c kso n, D elzell. m ade of th~ p otent ian mflue nce of · t hat t he c lub wi ll get a cement cou rt C. A. was held Wednesd ay. P resi t he commumty p lay house movement, • ' dent Art h ur Majors was in charge of a lso th e n ature a nd extent of t he if th e d irecto r s can decide upon a the meeting . ---suitable location. NEW LIBRARIAN TO BE m ovement now going on in Ame r ican The meeting was opened by song . Rene wed interest is expecte d HERE IN NOVEMBER colleges for the p r omotion of in terscri pture readi n g, and prayer by Elamo ng t h e g ir ls on t he camp us. Miss est in the ser ious drama. don Hayward. The orchestra gave a Miss Grace M. P eter son of E lyria, Root is o n e of the better tennis p lay W hile the Confer ence is in session. special n umber fo llowed by a talk by Ohio. wi ll arrive soon after Novemers of t he Dakotas and will g ive inone of J o h n Galswor th y's p la ys wi ll President Majors on co-operation Oc tober 20 to 26. ber 1, to t ak e the position of head terested g irls m uch coaching . If be p r esented by t he stud e nts of th e amono· the students. T uesd ay, Oc t. 20: li brarian, which is b eing filled at competi tion is keen enough , the colDepar t me nt of Dram a of Ca r n egie. Girls Glee Clu b ___ 6:45 p . m . In order to get acquainted, t upr esent by t he assistant librari an , lege a ut h orit ies will sched ul e matchBand ___ _____ __ ___7:00 p. m. dents were cal led upon to rise, giving Miss Libbie A. B r a nso n. es in t h e sµrin g between the girls' t h eir name, t heir nicknam e and t he ir PERU LOSES TO BROCK. "Wednesday, Oc t. 21: Miss Pete1~so n is ~ g r adu ate of Obteams of P eru and Tarkio, Cotner, home. Then the membe rs of the cabY. M. a nd Y. W . __ _7:00 p . m. e rlin College, Ohio ; later she took and Wesleyan. Girls inte r ested in inet were introduced. Glee Clu bs --- - - ·- · o:OO p. m. training· in th e N ew York Publi c LiA mixed footb all team of college r ep r esen ti ng P er u i n this intercol1 Mr. Vaughn Casler dismissed t he T h u rsday, Oct . 22: brar y School. Sh e h as he ld a num- a nd hi g h sc hool p layers went to i le igate competition should m a ke their meeting with a prayer. P hi lo a nd Ever ett _8: 00 p . m . ber of r esponsible posit ions a nd co me Brock and wer e d efeated 12 to O. d esires know~ -~o~~ss Root. Band __ _____ ______7:00 p. 1n. Thir ty-five were present at t he to this institution well recomm end ed . T he p laye r displ ayed a very good meeting this week. It is hoped that Friday, Oc t. 23: Befor e comin g to P eru . s he w as thE! bra nd of footb all, and fo ug ht t hruou t Prof . A. B. Clay bu rn, Wald o W illnext week will see twice that num P e ru at Crete. h ead librari an at El yri a, Ohio. t he g ame. The game was a scoreless hoft, F ulton D avenport , G. Vaugh ber out. Falls City H i at P eru. She su cceeds Miss J . J . GlasF", w ho tie unti l t he last h alf . Bro ck made Casler, Mis E lma Gock ley, Miss D eb ating __ ___ ____6:30 p . m. r esig ned at the close of the summ er their touch d owns in t h e third and Lydia Vode h nal, Miss Georgia H utchMonday, Oc t. 26: term of school, to t ake a position in fo urt h q u ar te rs. Mrs. Meritt Whitten, form erly Ml · They fa iled to ings and Miss Ruth Cad we ll went to Y. W. Cab. m eetin g, 7:00 p. rn. t he N ebrask a U ni vers ity L ibrary at m ake t he extra poin t afte r each L inco ln Frid ay to represent the Y. Gretchen Warten leben, of Br.uning . Men's Glee Club ___ 6:45 p. m. Lincoln. to.uchdown. M. C. A. and the Y. W . C. A. at the was a g uest of ML Bernice Shier Tuesday. World Co urt Conference.

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ASSEMBLY. Ambitious orator (to senator): How c(iid you become such a great orator? 1--------------------------------1 A bore is on~ who talks about him- Senator: I b~gan by addressing The regular Wednesday assembly Entered at the Postoffice at Peru, Nebraska, as second-class matter. self when yo.u want to talk about envelopes. was a stage set for the presentation yourself. of true Peru pep. Published Weekly by the Peru State Teachers College. --. To love a good girl is a liberal eduAfter the devotional services, con$1.00 per year. Single copy, 5 cents. Emerson says the world is divided 1cation, but to love a fashionable girl ducted by Rev. Trowbridge and the announcements by Pres. W. R. Pate, If you do not receive your Pedagogian leave notice in the Pedagogian into two great tribes; the bores and is a commercial education. the bored. , the Peru football team was int:ox in the Administration building. a very fme B e llh op (to guest w h o h as rung fo r duced. Pres. Pate ----------------=------------------~r . gave . · t ) D'd . . ? I pep talk that inspired the student Edited by the Class in Journalism, Peru State Teachers College, Peru, J If a college graduate thinks he is t en mmu es : i you rmg, sir. ;b d ll th t Ir 0 h 1 · o y, as we as e earn. ebraska. educated, he should stay in college Guest: 0 ' no, I was to mg. / Cheers led b "Ted" Roberts and I until he gets over it. thought you were dead. . . Y . sa Alton William Knapp Francis Parrish were given for each aura Collins Elsie Mares member of the team-and then folSometimes I think I have seen History teacher: What part of lowed a rousing cheer for the whole rancis Conkle Mary Sue Moore folks who remind me of what the history do you find the hardest? team united. Prof. v. H. Jindra and Cliftord Roberts . Merle Fisher cock says to the horse in Sir Roger's Freshman: The stone age. his Peru band added pep to the ocilliam Grossoehme G. W. Shafer "Estranges from Aesop": "Pray, gen- , casion with their snappy music. Max Sutherland . E. Grunwald Hugh Terry tlefolks, let us stand still, for fear "I stand for an awf;ul lot," sighed Indeed this was a typical example B Hanson Frieda Woitzal Ima A. Hedblom we might tread upon one another." the real estate agent. of Peru spirit. Let's keep up the 1 . W. Hunter . J o.urna1·ism the path of least re.sist-/ Freshman: Well, I must be off. Ii, pelpn. assembly Fri"day, the atti"tude of Faculty Adviser, Russell King, I nstructor m ance Is what makes men and rivers ~o-ed: That's what I thought when~ the students appeared to be "Win crooked. I first met you. ; Gang, Win!" So after the devotional TO MAKE A SCHOOL YOUR OWN I --. . ! readings and announcements, Pres. ! The people who t_hmk ahke are Co-ed: Way are you tipping your i W. R. Pate gave a talk on football "'It takes! a lot o' livin' in a house to make it home." But it takes more those who do not thmk at all. hat to me? . I don't know you. and the ~our t~ams Peru. had in the an "livin'" in a school to make it your own. Mrs. !nice Dunning, in her .. . . Freshman. You know John, and ·field. Miss Abee Musselman also . . Never imagme yourself to be I this is John's hat. i ave a talk on "Music." The college em, below, which she read tQ the freshman class, tells what 1t takes to 1 otherwise than what it might appear 1 Ig . . . ake a school your own. She expresses the true "Old Peru" spirit, the 1• to others that what you were or II A "Bl M" ,, 1 b j' color song closed the assembly period. ue ice c u dance was ir.it of striving and working for your school with all your heart and soul. might have been was not otherwise h ld F "d . · th A . · M" M 1 L e r1 ay evenmg m e mencan 1. iss a va arsen spent the weeknd if you ever see anyone dissatisfied with their school, you may bet on than what you had been would ~av~ Legion Hall. end at Lincoln. that they were not the ones who helped to put the school on the map. I appeared to them to be otherwise.' THE ORACLE SPEAKS.

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hen you have helped to build .up any organization in your school, you What does a man's money profit ill love it forever afterward. ! him if his wife is a widow? '\\'.'e cannot add anything to what Mrs. Dunning gives you in her poem. 1 . o try to add to it would be to mar its effect, and its sincerity. Great Enghsh never comes from After you have been away from Old Peru for years, you will remember below the elbow.

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ain't a place that gold can buy, or get up in a minute; efore it's school, you've got to do a heap of strivin' in it. ithin its walls there's got to be some wisdom and some wit; nowledge can't all come from books; yo.ur friends mean much of it. ou've got to know 'em, trust 'em, 'till grajerly you'll find ou're all ajoinin' forces, with a willin' heart and mind, o make every aim and effort that will make a brighter light o a school that now is your school, the pale blue and the white.

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be, atowoman always some- · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ou've got to work, you've got to play, you've got to keep things movin', one whom can she can telllocate a secret. ou've got to sing, and just keep gay, and do a bit of lovin'; o.u've got to play the game up square and stand for all that's true; "Wisdom is knowing what to do next; skill is knowing how to do it; ou've got to do your part in bringin' fame to Old Peru. virtue is doing it.'' ou've got to master all your 'plaints, look forward to life's goal; he school is yours, you've built it with fragments of your soul. "TANGLED THOUGHTS" ou've got to love each shr.ub and tree, and prize each brick and stone; h, it takes a heap o' strivin', folks, to make a school your own! I wonder why God sent you here "I SEE" Before I was quite NEW AND CORRECT FALL Content. Yo.u make me realize He said, "I See.'' And they said: "He's crazy; SUITS AND OVERCOATS How empty crucify him." He still said; "I see.'' And they said; Is my life. $20 to $55 "He's an extremist." And they tolerated him. And Seems that you, he continued to say: "I see.'' And they said, "He's ASK TO SEE THE NEW FANCY PLEATMerely by your presence, eccentric.'' And they rather liked him, but smiled Open a door ED SHIRTS WITH 2 COLLARS TO That I may gaze beyond at him. And he stubbornly said again: "I see." MATCH. $3. Into possibilities And they said: "There's something is what he says." Which before And they gave him half an ear. But he said as if Meant nothing. to me he'd never said it before: "I see.'' And at last they And which now. I can't forget. were awake; and they gathered about him and built In your eyes I read a temple in his name. An,d yet he only said, "'I see." Fulfillment And they wanted to do something for him. "What Of all the desires can we do to express to you our regret?" He only Which, until now, smiled. He to.uched them with the ends of his I only dimly Recognized. fingers and kissed them. What could they do for Perhaps him? "Nothing more than you have done," he anYou did not know; swered. And what was that? They wanted to Perhaps you did not mean know. "You see," he said, "That's reward enough; To wake me thus. you see, you see.''-"The Prophet," by Horace But, even so, should Traube!. All my dreams be vain? Ice Cream in bulk and brick. 1 I'm happy still 1 That I for one brief Always on hand. The Literary societies, Dramatic Club, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., and Moment ther organizations are well under way now, with a large, active, and . Lay , in your arms and, ESKIMO PIES, 5c eppy membership. Don't overlook the opportunities these organizations Resting there, 0. G. GOODIES, Sc fford yo.u. If you are not an active member in some of them, you are Content within the Sunshine issing something that you will find only in college life. The freshmen Of your smile, now what these activities mean. Mrs. Dunning told them. The upp,erclass Lived all of life. 1 en should know from experience. -Exchange.

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Quartet, Dinner, Football, · Plays, and Party Will Feature Event. Saturday, October 31, is Homecoming Day at Peru. It will be a happy d ay for Dean De lze ll, and others who know a ll the g raduates. Th e campus will be crowded with old Peruvians, old Bobcats, who hav e come back to \ isit the scene of their school day s. They look back on these sc hool day s as amo ng the h app iest of their life. And they will meet many old friends besides the numero us new o nes. Pl a ns h a v e been g oing on for so me time to gi ve the old-timers a musin g hom ecom in g greetin g of real hospi ta lity , so that they will feel that the sc h oo l is stil l th eirs. Soon after twelve o'clock, Saturday, Homecoming Dinner will be serv ed at Mount Vernon Hall. Thi s will be more than a dinner: more than a t ime and place to satisfy one's appetite. It will satisfy th e appetite; it will be a dinner that w ill not ~- oo n be forgotte n . And the hunger for n ews of old friends , and for the ; ig ht of t h e ir faces, will be satisfied at t he same t im e. It will be a g reat e vent. Hom eco min g will open Frid ay evening, October 30, when the Adanac male qu artet will sin g at t h e College /\ uditoriurn at eig h t o'cloc k. They are sur e to gi ve a goo d progra rn. It will be a fittin g, opening for t he ce le bration. They come to P e ru well r ecom mended . A special footb a ll g·ame is scheduled for S aturd ay afternoon, when t he Bobcats w ill meet t he Cotne r Bulldo gs. Wh at would a Homeco m ing D ay be without a footba ll game? It will add to the r eal spirit of th e occasion. Between h a lves, the . ath-

Peru Conference G ames Peru 20 ; Kearney 0. P er u 3; D oane 0.

Adanac Quartet, Friday , 8 p. m . Colleg e Auditorium Homecoming Dinner, Sat. noon. Mount Vernon Hall Peru vs Cotner, 2:30 p . m. Three One -Act Plays. College Auditorium, Saturd a y eve nin g. Halloween Party Mount Vernon Hall.

BOBKITTENS TAKE FALLS CITY GAME Win With Two DropkicksVisitors Forced to Play Defense. The Peru Bobkittens administered a defeat to their old enemies, th e Falls City hi g h sc hool, Friday afternoo n, 6-0. The pas t two games which these two teams have played have ended in a tie, so Friday's g ame w as opened with a determination to break the tie. It was broken.

In the opening quarCer, after tw o kick-offs, the Bobkittens started a march down field. The F a lls City eleven was not ab le to stop them . They made down after down, until they were within striking distance of the enemies goal. A forward pass was attempted. It was in tercepted by a F a lls City yoiuth, who sp rinted t hirty-fi ve o/ards with the pigskin tucked away under his arm. That temporarily spoiled the Bobkitten \ ma rch. So they tried exchanging punts, succefis£ull y, garnm g n early ten yards to the exc h ange. But neither team scored in the firs t period. The second quarter opened wifr the ball in Peru's possession on t he enemies thirty-six yard line. They letic g irls wili e n tertain. car ried it for a first down or so, but In the even in g-, the Dram atic Club were ab out to be held for d owns. will g iv e t hree one-act p lays in t h e They h ad about four to go on th e College Auditorium, under the direc- fourth down. So they h a d to kick. tion of Miss Hazel T aylor. There The ba ll sailed between the g oal will be no admi ssion to t h ese pl ays. pos t s f or th ree porn · t s. Batll was 1·n< ine of the productions is a classic of jured in the second q1u arter, an d wa; literature: "The Doctor in Spite of forced to retire from the game. H e Himself," by Mo li er e, t he g reat w as one of the most consistent playFrench dr amatist. Others will be: e rs on the field, making gains stead"ln 1999," bv Willi am D eMill e, and . 1 1 YT "The Clod ," .by Lewis Beach. ·h e third quarter a hp ost proved Followin,g t he pl ays'. will be he ld to be the winning period for Peru . a . Hallowe e n party, g ive n by the . Th ey were on th e t wo-yar d 1·me w1'tii g irls of M.ount Vernon Hall at their several down s to make it in . Th e home. This will be the co nc lusion of F ll c·t r h Id d · bl cl the P e ru 1925 Homecomin · Da . 'a s 1 Y m e e a m~ra .Y' an g Y prevented them from puttm g 1t over. Plans for t he entire program have Held for down s, Peru lost t he ball. been m a de by t he facu lty Hornecom- , Falls City, in attempt to punt o u t of in g committee; Mrs. !nice Dunnin g. danger, punted only fifteen yards. Dean ~· N . D elzell, Prof. V. E. Ag ain t he Bobkittens adva nced , only Chate lam, Supt. S. L. Cl ements, Prof. to be held again .· They did not sco r e E. C. Bec k, a nd Prin . C. A. Sp ac ht. in this period.

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S. L. Clements, superintendent of the training sc hool. Mr. Clements is an exc h ange of punts Peru took the among these responsible for the The Peru vian staff for 1926 has ball straight d ow n t h e field to plans for "Peru's Greatest Home- been chosen. The memb ers a re: Ed- Doane's 7- yard line. There two succoming Day." !itor-in-chief, Ralph Hunter ; assistant , cessive signal ball-ups r~in.ed the I d't · h ' f A th L' dahl · busi • Bobc at touc hdown, and B1tz1e drope 1 or-m-c le ' r ur m '. - ped back to the 16 yard line and . ness manager, Frank Bog le; ass1s.tant placed the ball between t he uprights business manag er, Arthur MaJors ; for wh at proved to be the w inning · I liter ary editor, Vaughn Cas le r; fea- points. · / t ure editor, Isabel Hartley; editor of 1 CRETE, Nebraska, October 2i1. Miss Selm·a Hedblom, Managing Ed- campus activi ties Mildred Pate ; art 1- Peru State T eac hers College defeale d Do a ne College Friday on the Crete itor- Wm. Grossoehme editor, J ere Mickel; at hlet ic editor, fi Id . h d f ht b ttl b . ie m a ar oug a e y a . Business Manager. Lloyd Dallam ; the class editor h as f 3 t 0 Th d 1 not et been chosen. sco re o o . e ~ame was p aye y on a muddy field, which was so hea vy I· The literary editor will hav e charge From nomin ations ~.ubmitted by f 11 . t .d f t· by t h e en d of the fir st q u arter that 0 a write-ups ou s1 e o sec 10ns . d , Prof • Ru ssell King , faculty adviser of 11 not spec1.f.1e d . neither team made yar age cons.st. tl

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Conkle; Merle W . 1 The a rt editor is to h ave one as- der of the second qu a r ter. Th e t hi rd F isher; J. B. H a nson; William Knapp; sistant from t he sophomore class. a nd fourth periods were waged evenElsie Mares; Mary Sue Moore; Clif- Their duty will be to have charg e of ly, with both teams exchanging punts. ford R obe rts; G. W . Schafer; Max J. t he art theme of the book: bo r der, Durin g· the last few minutes of play Sut herl a nd; Hu g h B. Terry; Frieda division , pages, placing of ·material Co ac h W ard H ay lett sent in his fast Woitzel; Dorothy Dearin g. a nd pictures. backfield , bu t t he footing was too Sub-editors were not appointed, so The athletic editor is to h ave two ol!npery fo r a n efficient attack. t hat a ll sta ff members m ay get ex- asisstants, one boy and one g irl from Statistics of t he game show that perience in all fields of writin g . the so phomore class. Doane m a de four first do wns to three The appo intments were made for The class editor will write up all by Peru. Per gained 119 yards to 115 the remainder of the fir st ~ emester. class activiti es with the a id of one b y Doan e. The Bobcats also had the They may be .m~de ~ u ~rterl:' . next assistant f.rom each class. edge in punt yardage. semester, pend m g d efm1te a 11 a n geThe Peruvi an staff m eet e very Outsta ndin g pla yers on t he Doan e ments. . . . Tuesday, at chapel time. team. were Ba ld win, W . Alf, Taylo r The news wntmg . cl ass 1s at presThe P er u v ian ad visors are P rof. V. a nd C apta in B ayer. The lineup: ent a one-semester course, but will E. Chatel ain for the seniors and Prof. Penu P osition DoanP. be opened next semeste '.· to p.r~s ent E. C. Bec k for the sophomores. Heywood __ ___ ___ le _____ _Bayer (c) m.em.bers, who may obtam add1t10nal The Peruvia n is a pe r mane n t rec- Driver __ ___ _____ _ It ____ __ ____ Booth ciedit. ord of the life of the sc h ool. It d e- Willi a ms ________ lg __ ____ __ Rezabek pends on the student body wh at t h at Bunch ___ ________ c -------- W ar kow J record will be. Garriss ___ _______ rg ---- -- -- -A dams Th e P eru vian staff needs t he co -op- Hi ggins (c) ______ rt ----------Ablott eration of t he student body. This is Carter_ _________ re __ __ __ _____ Park a year of experimentation when t he Mc Elro y ___ _____ qb _________ Parker sen ior class, which is a ryl ativ ely Zo rn __ __________ lh ____ _____ Taylo r October 27 to November 2 small cl ass, takes ch arge of the work Buising ________ _ rh ________ Baldwin Tuesd ay, Oct. 27: with the assistance of t h e sophomor es. Buettgenb ach ___ fb _____ _____ Easter iris' Gl ee Club __ 6:45 p. rn . Go-operation m ay be g iven by - The L in coln Star. and _____ __ ___ __ 7:00 p. 111 . promptn ess of respon se when called P er u w ill meet Cotner Saturday. Rura l Life C lu b __ 8:00 p . 111. upon. Cotner just beat Wayne Friday, 7-0. Wednesday, Oct. 28: Y. M. a nd Y. W . __ 7:00 p. m. They lost to Doane 9-6, a nd won from Glee Clubs ______ 8:00 p. rn. Neb raska Central. HIGH SCHOOL NIGHT Thursday. Oct. 29: Band ____________ 7:00 p. m. CONFERENCE GAMES. Hig h sc hool classes have al read y Friday, Oct. 30: started to work up th e various enDeb atin g ___ ______ 6:30 p . m . t e rtainments for hi g h sc h ool n ig h t, Maryville, 33, Omaha , 0. Adan ac Qu a rtette _8 :00 p. 111. November 27 , 1925, a nd a n enter · Nebraska Central, 20, York, 0. Saturday, Oct. 31: t ainrn ent of t he very best is asHom ecomin g Day. Haskell Indians, 29, Midland, 0. sured. Cotner at Peru. Hastin g- , 6, Kearney, 0. D1·am atic Club Pl ay _____ _ Peru , 3, Doane, 0. Prof. Russe ll Kin g and W illiam - --------------- 7:30 p . m. Cotner, 7, Wayne, 0. Grossoehme, business man ager of the Mt. Vernon Hall H allowe' en Pedagogian, were in Aub u r n ThusParty. G~· and I land, 0, Chadron , 26. d ay on business for the Pedagogian. Monday, Nov. 2: They r eport a very successful afterP r es. W. R. Pa te addressed the Y. W. Cabinet -- - - 7 :00 p. m. noo n, procuring a number of adver- Kiwani Men's Glee Club __ 6:45 p. m . club at Auburn Friday tisements. evening, October 16.

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Eac h new mernbe r was g ive n a Frank Cap e , aud ience. s ubject to speak on and demonstrated : Ellen Wilso n , pia no, and Dori s hi s li terary abi li ty. Some of the Rice, violin, pl~yed t~e weddi n g s ubj ects were : Who kill ed th e Dead march, . af~er ,'Y~~ c~ . Alhso~ Cli~eSea? Should g um be chewed at Ev - burg, JUstice offici ~t 111 ?' umte~ .Miss e rett meetings? Wh at t hr ee teac h- / De~eat. and F ap s City m m a trimony. e rs do yo u li ke the best a nd w h y? ObJec t10 ns w ere called for. In How can we tell that you .are in- an_swer, A~burn . (Stewa rt :el~o;:; t Jr t? said t h at M1ss Defeat h ad bee pro e ig en · ised to him on Th a n ksgiving Day. Refreshments we r e served in t h e Aft th JI C t a· n Ma 1 ll·ym nasium of the Training Buildin g. J·o1·s gave a ta JJr on er a no - er ye "What ' ap the T eam·11 D' o to F a ll ' c1·t Today" -Miss He len Epple r entert ained at t he w iCoach R. Ws. Hunter Y · piano whole th ey ,w ere eating . then gave The fo llowing ' faculty mem ber s his opinion o n t h e g ame. He said h ave been elected as hono r ary m em- t h at h e h ad go ne d own t o t he at hbe rs of t he Evere tt Lite r a ry So ciety: 1e t 1c . f 1e . Id an d t•1e d th e "J m . x " up a ncl Mr. R. D. Overh o lt, Mrs. Inic e Dun- that the fast e nds and backfield m en

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