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PERU, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1925.

VOLUME XXI.

NUMBER 7.

PREPTEAM ISUNOAYSCHOOL WILLOEBATE WARVETERANS [PERUVIA N WINS GAMEl"Th•~~:.~~.a=~~~~~~ CHILO LABOR p""vian• ~~ ~~:B:.~l IN CONTEST I PERU'S SCHEDULE NOW Wednesday's Subject at

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COMPLETE- MEET I Speciaf Convocation. COLLEGE ANNUAL RATE "Study to show thyself apEIGHT TEAMS. Battle-scarred veterans, men who AS "FIRST CLASS" unto God, a wor-km a n that Forensic Activities Open h a d put their lives in jeopardy for j AMONG 1200. - -. / needeth not to be ashamed, ri g h t l y With Omaha Univerhumani ty and their co untry, told the . 1 Bobkittens Score at Every dividing the word of truth," is being stud en t body abo:ut t hei1' h arrowing Competition Fostered By Chance Against Heav- I' carried on at t he Methodist church, sity Feb. 5. I expe1:iences in :he Wa: :Wednesd ay Interscholastic .ler El even. at t he Union Reviv a l Meetings. . . Imorning at special Arm1st1ce Day asPress Assn. . . Resolved: That the Const1tut 10n sembly PAWNEE CITY INDIANS i ARE LOSERS BY The 16-0 SCORE. proved

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The attendance at t hese meetmgs is C · . . . should be amended to give on g ress T he spiri t of 1916-18 was created at constantly growm g, and a good sp1r1 t I h'ld b Th · - g of the program when the 1 . power to r eg ulate c 1 a or. at 1s , the ope nin 1s being manifested . A number of the quest10n for t·h e N e b ras k a St a t e gi r ls of Mount Verno n Hall s ang a people have b een converted a nd. othCon f e ren ce d e b a t es f or th e se ason of · medley of war song s w hic h were pop. . . ers convicted of sm. The. Christian 1926. And P rof. V . E . Ch ate 1a m · h as ul ar at the time t hat the boys were P eople have been revive d and Just . h fi h d 1 a nnoun ced t e na sc e u Ie f 01. " going over." Among t h em were streng thened · t h e state. I t is · a n am b't' P eru 111 1 1o:us " Over There," "Joan of Arc," "Just a

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ans 16-0 Friday af ternoon on t he lo- . The Christian Church g ave a spec- I schedule when one remembers that B aby's P rayer," "Keep the Home ! he 1925 P eruvian recei ved 937 c al fie ld. Altho the visitors made 1a l number, a song·, a t the Tuesd ay P eru has not deb ated in the Confer - F' B . ,, Th t h f pomts out of a possible thousand; t his 'Jres urn mg. e a ·mosp ere o · more than two first downs to Peru's ni g ht service as th ey h a d a 100% at- ence for many years Eight t imes th th f t . gave them the rank of first c lass . . ·h ·. S d S 1 1 · . ,. e war yea rs, e ye a rs o uncer a1n . . . " . ,, · one, a ltho they . h ad five oppo r tuni- tendance of t en un ay c 100 at will the Bobcat speakers strive to get t . t d ff . th The hi g hest ratmcr 1s All American · . . · h · . . S y, anx1e y an su e n n g, e years . " " . ,; ties to score, they w a lked off the field the 1ev1val t e p1 ev1o u s und ay. the J·udges' decision · f ' fi f' ti . d t . I excellent m all respects FJrst Class · o sacri ce, o · en · 1us1asm a n pa n - . . . · at the end of the game a d efeated They February 5·· / o t ism, ' . were grouped b y classes and . o f 1ove, perva d e d th e h ouse !I 1s a very high rat mg · of excellence· team. They h a d th e yardage on P e- desig nated by banners. The . subJ ec t P eru versus Omaha Uni ve rsity · : an d t ouc h e d every sou 1 presen t as 1.t / "Second class" is well above the avru . And th ey outplayed them in mid- of the sermon for the evenin g w as Peru N eg·ative· team at Om ah a c1 · 1 . th d erage; average books are " t hird "Fieaven." · 1c m ose ays years ago. field. But the game goes to t he tea m P eru affirm ati ve team at P eru. S. L. Clements, war veteran, who class", and below the average is that plays the more ca reful g ame, the W e dnesd ay evenin g a speci al ar m - February 26: spe nt months in the hosp ita l as t h e fou r t h. less erratic,- to the team that knows istice se rvice w as conduC'ted li y t hr· Peru versus Nebraska ·wesleyan. price he paid for the liberty of h.uAmon g some of t he books rat ed as how to take a dvan tage of every Y~ M. C. A. and American Leg ion bePeru afl'Jrmatn ve team at W esleyan. manity, came on the stage carrying a " fi rst class" .were t he following.: P.arbreak instead of makin g breaks for fore the r eg ul ar e venin ~ m eeti ng. P eru n e g a ive team at P eru . kit, bag, helmet, and other memen- anassus, F.a~rmont .C?l lege, W1ch~ ta, t he opponents to profit by. The Paw- This was a patriotic se!'vi..:e h eld in March 4: toes of t h e conflict on t he fields of Kansas; M1hdek, Milliken U111vers1 ty. nee eleven fumbled twice w ithin th e I m emory of t hose who m a d e the su- 1 Peru ver sus York Colleg e at Yo rk. F landers. He t old the a udi eince of Decatur, Illinois; Cycle, Armour InP e ru 5-yard lin e. A gain, w h e n t h ey preme sac rifice in the World \•\Tar. I March 5: his experi ences. He had J ames Mer- s titute of Technology, Chicago, Illi were in a position to score , a p ass The !'.hurch was beaut ifull y decnratP e ru ver s u s Cotner a t Beth any. itt p ut on a gas mask . Mr. Clements nois; Montanan, Mont a na State Colwent wild. Twice a g a in they w er e ed with fla gs. The R ev. C. S. Calkin!!, Peru versus K earney at Peru. asked other overseas men to tell of lege, Bozeman. The above colleges in sco rin g positi on w he n they lost t he th e evan gelist, t hen con t inued t h e P eru affirm ative team to meet York thei r experiences, and to tell where are listed to show the compan y in ball b y d owns. t heme of the ni g·ht, r e mindin g all and Cotn er. they were when the armistice was whic h Peru and T he P eru vian are J oe ·Stand ley did som e b eau t if ul that wa r is still g oing on, a w a r of P eru negative te am t o meet Kear- sig ned. ranked so far as ann u als are conwork in breakin g t hru the opponent's even g r eater sig nific a nce th a n the ney. Ralp h Hunter was on the firing cerned . line to bre a k .up plays. And Bob Ma- Wo r ld W a r , a nd that a ll huma nity Mar ch 12: li ne w h en t he document w as signed The Centrnl Scholast ic Press Assojors played a noticeable offensive h as joined forces on one side or the Peru versus Chadron at P eru. to end the war. Bob Harrison was ciation conducts a yea r book contest g ame.' B ath brok ~ up, .ma ny . •l . ga in othe r. He said neutra lity is impossi- . Practice ~l ebates with T a rk io Cul- 1 an~o ng the engineers. He was retain - in which tha ar.~uals of each member by l11s tack les. Dillon s. passin g a~1 d ble. / !ege a nd w ith P ark College may be ed o verseas until t he following 1s entered and Judged on the followki ckin g h elped the ~o b kitte n: to w11: : Thursday eveni ng Mrs. Calkins ana nged. T~ese two. Misso u ri col- I Marc h, · lay ing _narrow-g a ug e r ailroad ing ~oints : cover, ~y or e.nd sheets, He h as four drop-kic ks to his crecht gave a r eading from "Ben Hur." leges are be m g considered by t he trac ks. Gus Bade and V. E Chate- opemng pages, scenic sections, cl as in the past .three games . . Floyd Co le, Frid ay eve ning t he subj ect of th e c?ach. Las~ year P e ru wo~ bo.t h / lain were in t he same compan y over- and a dmini.stration, ath letic section . (Co ntmu e d on p age two) s~rmon was: "The 'Yorld_'s "Ch ampi on side~ of a t n .ang ul ar ~eb~te w it h Mi~- I seas. J ames Meritt was on th e Mex(Contmued on page two) L iar and His Favorite Lie, a nd Sat -1 s~ un teache1s,. of M~1 y v1lle and Tai - ican border. Willi am Grornoehme u;·d ay, "The Prodig a l Son." k10 College, of T arkio. _, and Willi am Ellis were in action. The ~.und a y w as a g r eat d ay when th e Of t he deb aters on last yeai s te am latter is a wounded veter an as a reRev. Mr. Calkins spoke on "The C~ ach Chatel.a in has Roy Chamb er- suit. A. L. Hill told of his experiAbu ndant Life" at 11 o'clock. A t lam a nd Fulton Davenport . Ot h ers ences in the w ar wh ic h lef t him - -. ,, t h ree o'clock two mass meetings we r e on t he prese n t sq.uad includ e Arthur wounded. C. A. Sp ach t was in t h e "Behind A W a~teau _ Pic ture, a held in t h e chu rch, the one for wom- Lind~hl, Wa~do C. Wi llhoft, ~?bert navy. A B. Clayburn was in action in The Annu al Colleg e Orpheum, to one -act fa ntasy 111 v~i se, b y en a nd g irls b eing led by Mrs. Calk -1 I-Iarnso n, Cli fford R oberts, Willard France. be g iven the early part of December. ·t Emmons Ro o·e rs will b e th e m a111 . H 111 ' t J M ·"tt C B H · · ei " ' . . m s who used as her t h em e the Twe non , ames en ' · · an son, Ot h er P er:uvians who w e re m ac- h as a particular feat:u re- a no-cu r . . Frank Bog·Je G VauO'hn Casler He!- · b h l) roduction of th e Dramatic Club this . . ty-th1rd Psalm. The meetm g for men ' · " ' t10n, ut w o were not presen t were: tain show, written by Prof. E. C. month It wi ll b e present ed 111 the en Cathcart Amy Cath a 1·t Selma ·· · · . and boys w as conducted b y t h e R ev. · ' ' c • L. R. Graf, 1\1arty Craig, Franklin Beck. The leading characters of t his Litt le Theatre Thursda y a nd Fnd ay, Mr. Calkins w ho used " Ma nhood" a s Mo ulton , and Verna S1?arks. Ho wev er, Jones, J ac k H illiard, C. B. H anson, play a r e: Glickst ein- Marty Craig; November 19 a nd 20 · his text . " What Will Yo u Do w it h it seem s cer tain th at the r e wi ll be ad- , Earl Haney, an d Warren Hays. They and his son- Donald Whi ttemore. The charact~rs of t h e p lay ai:e: . J esus?" was t he text for the evening. ditio ns to t h e sq u a d. were at Yor k. The. program of the pl ay consists of A Museum Guide ____ W aldo Wilhoft . . . Coach Cha t ela in, head of t h e hisConcluding the progTam, t he Alum- 1 · 1 A W atteau Marquise Is ab elle SnyTh is eve11111g th ere will b e no se r v - t d t t . . 1 d ~ c ass1ca , popu 1ar, and old favo rite ' · ices in t he c hurc h but tomorrow is I 0 '/ ep;r· m en ' /s la pr~cticHec d e- ni q u a rtet s ang, " We Are t he Boys song s, as follows : der. "Sund ay School Ni!lht" w h e n it is b ated a e r ain n ha's pracllecr ica da coac 1 · d e e- of t h e Old Brig ade." J Harmonica: Ward Shafer; Violin: A W att eau 1\1arquis __ Arle n e Ritc hi e ~ 1 co ,,,e · ys an as a P rof. V. H. Jindra; U kelele Girl B I hoped the schools will a ll b e r epr e- ' A W atteau Poe t_ ________ B asil oy e lawyer h as pleaded many cases before MISS PETERSEN HAS The Melancholy Pierrot, W a rd Shafe r sen ted with a 100% attend a nce. The' t he j ury. As a coach h e h as b een rej (dancing and singi ng) ; Alumni Qu arHarlequin ____________ Kenton P oint·er se rmon for the evenin g is, " What spo nsible fo r the showin g of Omah a CHARGE OF LIBRARY tet; College Quart et; Some Original So n g s; W histling: Miss Emily BurColumbi ne - -- - --- --- K athryn R us I1 Sha ll I Do to Be Saved ." Cen t r a l in hi g h school foren sics for Ha1·old J ol1nson T he s;ubJ'ec ts of the sermons for th e f1 L 0 Miss Grace 1\1. Petersen , of E lyria I ton; The Peruvadors. A F t Pl' e1·i·ot •a · - -----1ve years. ast year mah a w on t h e The 0 h is · t h h cl f Chinese Lante rn Bear er s- Dorothy fo llowin g d ays are: W e dnesd ay, "The st ate c h amp ionship. So w in o r lose, Ohio, took char ge of the library, as . rp eum m e an s o · "n ' 01·id' s w01.s t s·m "·, T h m .s d ay , "Tlie 1 d ebatmg· . · g o f a committee, managed by Roy Dearing , R uth C a d we II , G eo r g ia f a ns c a n expect P e ru to put . h ea d J'b. i 1a n· an, a t th e b eg.·mnm . · ChamC ruc1' fi x1on · S cene " f rom "B en H u1·," I u p a g ood argument.th e seco n d q uar t er. M'1ss p etersen beria m , assi.sted by Cubert Hall, ArHutchins, Lydi a V o d en a I . Gr ave Di gg·e rs- Raymond Shriner by Ge ne r a l L ew W all ace, whi ch is a/ had c harge of the p.ublic library at t hur Linda hl, Alma K ohansky, and Lu tanists - - -~-- - -- - --V au ghn Casler r e adin g· t o be g iven by Mrs. Calkins·; j E lyria befor e coming t o P e ru. She P rof. E. C. Beck. The setting of t he p lay is in a p ie- Friday, "Three Liars an d What T hey' took a li brary co urse as a member The 1925 College Orphe um promture museum. The play b egins with Said;'.' Saturd ay, , "Th e D evil's P a)(- , of a li brary trainin g c lass, in t he ises to be one of t h e best orpheums a guid e show ing a crowd t hrou g h roll;" Sund ay · mornin g., " Why Ar.~ New York City Public L ibrary. that Peru has ever had. It is a colthe p icture g alle ry. H e exp lains t he You N ot a Ch r isti.an :?" a nd Sund ay After g raduating from Oberlin leg·e activ ity and the more helping picture, "The Bored Ma rkeese," and evening, "A D ead ly P eril." ·' 13i tzie Ma kes 3 2 Points a nd Zorn co llege in 1914, she too k char ge of and cooperation the committee ret hey pass on to th e nex t picture. l m1\1rs. Calk ins h as b een co ndu c tin g 24 W he n Bobcats Swamp t he college li brar y there. Miss Pet- ceives, t h e bette r the program will medi at ely th e character s in t he p ie- meetings in th e h omes durin g t he York 86-0. e rsen's h ome is in Buffalo, N . Y. be. The true college spirit can be ture t ake life a nd act out what is fore noons. Sh e leads the sing ing of Miss P ete'!.·sen r eplaces Miss Jessi e shown by everyone striv ing to help a ll tlie m eet1'ngs. Glass, t h e form.er libra ri an. Miss make this year's College Orpheum l ·eally .g oing on b ehind the picture. Bitzie' m a de fo u r to uchd owns and b Preceedin g this p lay is a c urtain Gl ass h as a position in t h e N ebraska etter than Peru studen ts have ever All ar e cordi ally invite d to attend kicked g oal eig h t tim es fo r t hi rty see n . rai8er, "A Ve ry N aked Boy," a la ug_·h - t h ese meet111 · gs. Come anc1 b nn . g yo u r two p oints. zo rn ma d e twe n ty -fou r Un i versity li brary. ~ble comedy in o ne act, by Roy fri end s. points wit h three ·to uchdowns. B ath Classes in library economy will T RF."'S Chamberl ain, Amy Cath car t, a nd star t this week u nder Miss P eter HREE DEG • "' WILL BE made two. One eac h was made by sen's direction. GRANTED FIRST SEMESTE R Ken to I · F•e b ru ary 12 , Im s n o t· b een ,I Bunch, · n Pointer · )C g iven Ca r ter, K lein , a nd Mc E lr oy. - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - Because 0f th e lim ite d amou nt of d ecided u po n . It is rum ored th at! The score in touchd ow ns w as 13-0· to uchdown. . Cl u b is the Sh ak esperi a n traditio n w ill be in poin ts, P ei·.u, 86,· York, o. ' Three deg rees will be granted aL seating sp ace t h e D rama t 1c p d h f t e r u ma e touc downs in every t he end of the first semester. Those 1 I putting on t rnse P ays or wo even- contin u ed . L ast year " A Comedy of The onl y m ish ap of t he !l.'alTie (a nd t · f h d T ~ way excep runnin g rom t e ki c k- recei v ing them are: Roy Dah lstrom ings. T h e p ubli c is invite . ick ets Errors," w as p layed. Th e st uden ts it has caused much wo rry and re- off. The Bobcats will close t he sea- and Vera Cook . of Peru, a nd Merle will be on sale .in t he lobb y of t h e who w er e in school know wh at a g r et to Coach Graf) is t h at P eru h a d so n away from home when they play Fisher of Cook. Administra t io n i , , ilding a t a cost of g reat success t he p lay w as. This th e ball 011 York's 2-foot line w h ei1 !"asti' n gs ai1 d Ch adi·on, t E' h , ' wo strong ig t two year course certificates 25c a tic k et. season s production wi ll be as crood if the !la, m e e nded. Coach t h o u g·h t t he teams. Th" Gi·afmen · Cl b I b ~ "' are oul for I will be issued at this time, and foui· I D The An nu a r am aLi c u P ay to not ette r. Bobcats shoul d have h a d anotr.er the state title again. one year certificates.

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Edited by the Cla86 in Journalism, Peru State Teachers College, Peru, : punted. p C"t . In the fourth qua.rter, awnee i Y Nebraska. had the ball in midfield. They made 1 Managing Editor ------------------ · Miss Selma A. Hedblom fifteen yards, then·fumllleci for a ten-: Associate Managing Editor --------- ============------- E. E. Grunwald yard gain. The next playi.c&r.ried Busmess . Manager ----------',;-.,.-----. • --------~------ William Grossoehm& them to the 5-yard li'ne, but was call- ' · -------· Associate Business Manager -------------------- Francis Conkle , ed back as Pawnee was off si'de! ·· Then 1' . . Reporters and special writers: I Peru intercepted a pass and carried : Alton Asa Mary Sue Moore · the ball to midfield. It ·was called I 'Laura Collins Cliftord Roberts 1back, as Peru was offside. Pawnee i Dorothy Dearing G. W. Shafer : City was held for downs on the Peru; w. Merle Fisher Max Sutherland ' 10-yard line, and Peru punted. Paw- · J. B Hanson Hugh Terry ! nee made fifteen yards and first down ~William Knapp·'· "' Frieda Woitzal : on the first play. They passed on ·the. Elsie Mares '. second. Time was short and they ' Faculty Adviser, Russell King, Instructor in Jo.urnalism · wer desperate. Majors foresaw a' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!l!!!!!ll!~~!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!m~!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!~!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!l!!!!!!l!~!!!!!l!!!!!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!'!!!'!!!!!!!!!! 0 pass, andwaathereto intercept. Peru PREP ELEVEN punted after several plays, and then · covered a fumble under the Pawnee BEATS PAWNEE cross-bars. Dillon carried the ball · over The kick went wide. ~he final (Continued from page one) I score· was: p eru Prep , l6·, Pawnee 1 , before he was hurt, played an exce - c· 0 1ent'game in the line. He broke thru 1 "r a number of times to stop the Indians. p ep me-(ulp6:). (By Ruth Cadwell) · h' d f t.h er:u rep . Pawnee City (O) .. I shall never forget my first im- Jones, p Iaymg . 1s secon game o e Gordon ___ ·---- le. ____ Fitzwhater ;. pressions of Peru. It was during season, was substituted for Cole, and Juhl ----·--- ----- It. ---~::___ 1'~. Fink~ 1..p1·ing· vacation. The trees were proved to be good football material. "v"l bare, the campus was brown, an<1 Coach Ralph Hunter was well pleased Cole ---------- --- lg. ' 1 son. every student was out of town. The with his team Friday. Bronson, -------- c. -------- -- Porr f· · , bk Gregory ________ rg. ______ _: __ Kelly. first thing I saw was t h e d epo t , ana Parli, the I nd1ans quarter ac , bb . A l R Standley -------- rt. --------- We h 1 my heart sank wit m me. s sav. played a wo~derfu game. . umor Dallam -------- re. ------- Eckmen the terrible hills all rutted and rough, has it that he 1s all-state material. . b p r (r ) the old chapel so stark, I thought, The Preps will play Plattsmo.uth I Dillon q ar ~ ;~h ·Am 1 to spend tifteen months oi m} here next week, and will visit Auburn IL. Bat (__)______ rfb --------B c~tel'. life in this place?" T k d I Adams c. ------ · ------ e I Circumi,tances, however, so ar- '!;hey ay. d 'th . f 1 Officials: Referee, Buettgenbach; e game opene w1 ~ series o I um ire Marty Craig; head linesman, l'anged themselves that I came in exchanges of punts, as neither team I Ph 'w. 11 . · f d" f b d" Wh h 1 1ams. i..p1te o my ire ore o mgs. en could make headway t ru t h e oth er. ,'SRalp b . p C"t . Fl t h · the exchange, there was no gam. . 1I· u st1tutes: awnee 1 y- e c er, I arrived on J une 8, t he t.rees were In • g·reen and the campus too. I thought In the middle of the quarter Pawnee I Bosley, :1.~~ ~at~ews. Peru-Clevthat there was no place prettier than got away with a 25-yard end run, enger, a1 s ac , ones. i'eru. Students were rushing franti- followed by a pass: two first down. · , ally around greeting old friends and On a crossbuck they made another PERUVIAN IN meeting new ones. l, however, seem- first down, placing them on Peru's II THE CONTEST ed no part of this. I knew no one two-vard line. The alert Bobkittens, _ __

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M The Little Bobcats scored in the versities in forty-eight states. . em- -:!!·!======"'-"'-"'--"'--"'--"'--======================"" bership carries with it a subscription second period, when Dillon's toe '·a)'::. to lift us o.ut of our depths of p.ushed the ball over. Bath and Ad- to a monthly magazine, the Scholastic · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ignorance. Then come the games, Editor, which deals with problems of ,. h ic h t hri·11 .me t o th e core. Th e ams made consistent gains thru the editing and printing co11ege pu bl"i.w :splendid plays which our men make line for two first downs. A pass, Dil.··1 lon to Majors, was completed. Pern cations. p , fi t iui,pire us to loyalty. The grandeur . . r d In 1902, eru s rs annua1 was of our campus is a vital point also. punted. The visitodr~, pen a ~ze puz~it- published. It was named the "Golden New Phoenix Silk and The grand old trees, as they "lift ~~; Peru retu!"?e i\to t ~ awnee I Rod." In 1906 ·another was publishtheir leafy arms to pray," the rolling ..,1ty 10-yard ie, w ere t .ey we~e d th. "O k L f" In 1907 the stuWool Fancy Plaid Hose, held by the strong Pawnee lme. D1l- e ' e a '8 · . $1.00 hill.:i, rugged banks and wooded val- 1 d k' k d f three points dent body of Peru were not satisfied : . leys filled with violets and ferns all on rop ic e or p c· · wi"th t'-e name "Oak Leaf," so they e.1twine themselves in my emotions Score: Peru Prep, 3; awnee ity, Q. d ; Th "P . Imported Highland Plaid .·: . : After the kick-off, Pawn. ee made vo. te,, or a new name. e ~ru~11 as to make 1.1y .love for P eru a l t d b l JOr ffl . fir~t down thru Peri's line, and y laume argefm~Th-, Mu ers, . thing of deep re, 'erence. h gain'f vian ity, anw_.as .. t shee ecfie rst vo o e~ I love its hills, I love its vales _ed fifteen yards on an exc :ngefi o Peruvian'; . was published. "Tihe .• $2.75 1 love its old fantastic tales, punts, then fought for anot er rst p . ,, h b bl" h d . l love its buildings, thp some may be d own. Three lme p 1ays t oo k th em eruv1an . as een pu is e annu. Swiss Knit Scarfs twenty yards for two more first I ally ever smce. · old, ' d t th B bk'tt , d . · The ·Peru State Teachers College 1 3 l love its trees so stately and bold. owns, o e o 1 en s -yar me. . h $2 to $3.50 "I love its rivers wi'th ·distant sheen First "down an'd thne ta· 'go. They and the· students are to be big ly h't th r ·d f d t congratulated on the excellent showWhich thru the trees is often seen I 11 eSprepd I~=-.animdotuhn . ats one ing in this' field of student activity, I love i' ts fa""•lty noble and fi"ne wa · econ ~W" · · ree 0 go. · · b h d h th t" · ...~ · M · 1' d, ~·th th I. d" d and it is to e ope t at e ime is 'l love its paper, each space and line, aJors grapp e w~ e n 1an an . h h p . ~ ·• d d h" f. · Th" d d not far distant w en t e eruvian I love its crannies, I love its nook~, owne Im or J\O gjlm. Ir ?""n will be able to take the next and f love the library with all its books. and three ~o go. An end run failed. h h t . d l . th "All . f bl d ig est s ep · an p ace m e P C I love its students, old .and new, Fourth down. awnee ity um e . ,, 1 .iiiiii"'l"l~mrat••••![;~ I love it all at Old Peru. and it was Peru'111 ball on their own American c ass. ,• .,.C\f;,gt;\.i(f;Wil·i~ No matter 'how ·far thru my life I 3-yard line. Trey punted, but not out 9 .. ---- may roam, , 1 . . of danger. The visitors took the ball MRS. TYSON DONATES PICTURE -----------------------1 always shalf'feef that Peru is rny" on the 25-yarcl"line, ·and began anothTO THE DRAMATIC CLUB ,, home. · '.'· " er march down the field. They were , ... .. ~.·•'I• ,., on Peru's 10-yM"i·:line when the whisThe Dramatic Club has received as NEW PUPILS ARE EN~· .. . . tie ·bJe'Y and the pall ended. a gift, a large framed picture of '~ ROLLED IN HiGM~SCHOOL · Tlie fighting Bobkittens crossed the 1 Stewart Walker, donated by Mrs. Le.•• .o.:..,.!...... • 1 '' · Indian\i'·goal·eM'1y in the second half. Iona Lieb _Tyson. Mr. Walker is one THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATNRDAY Two new pupils enrolled. in, the After the ldck-off, Prep punted, Paw-1 of the greatest play writers of the high school this week. Francis Sny- nee fumbled, and Standley recovered nation. As we understand it, Mrs. November 19, 20, 21 . der of Brownville enrolled in the about the 33-yard line. Dillon passed Tyson's husband was a childhood Stationery, Candy bophomore class, which made an to Adams who got away for thirty playmate of Stewart Walker. Mrs. Toilet Articles equal number of seventy-two bays yards, to Pawnee's 3-yard line. Bob Tyson, knowing that the Dramatic DON'T MISS IT and girls in the high school. Federic Majors crossed •he line ·on the first Club is intensely interested in Mr. Robb of Douglas enrolled in the play, and the kick was good. The Walker, game them the picture, The Rexall Store junim· class, mnking the total enroll- Prep did not miss an opportunity to which had belonged to her husband. 111ent seventy-two girls, and seventy- score. Bo!.>kittens, 10; Indians, 0. · The Dramatic Club wishes t1.1 thank three boys. The Pawnee Chiefs came back with Mrs. Tyson for the gift. and no one knew me nor seem.:<1 tl ca1·e to know me.·· Fol" the first week my friendship list suffered terribly, <.ud at the end of that time I was ready to pack up and laave for home. Again circumstances intervened, a.1u 1 stayed on. Contrast now m)' present feelings of Old Peru. .First d l.iy Iriends are here. Fine frien s and true. Never have I known intimately 'the fine friends that I know ll 1.e.e. l::iecondly, my teachers are a noble, fine and inspiring; striving al-

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Again t he joyous holid ays approach. T his is refl ected in the prep a r a tion s of store s e v erywhere. The ·t r ue holid a y sp irit in a store is no t a matter of d ecora ti.on. The real spirit com es fro m b ehind th e counter- from th e sales people -w he rev e r they may be iIJi the Store.

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The Peru Hi g h Sc h ool L etter Club has been or gani zed. All pupils earn Miss P ea rl S. Ke lley, s u pervi so r of J ing letters in athle tics, deb ating, and t he t hird a nd fourth g rad es, who· has i othe r activi t ies a r e e li g ible t.o beco m e been un a b le to t a ke ca re of her wo rk, i members of the clu b . -

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And now I see wi t h e ye serene The very pulse of th e m ac ine ; A b e ing breathin g thou g htful breath, ·A t r aveler betwee n life a nd de ath ; The reaso n firm , t he te mperat e w ill, Endu r anc e , forsig h t, stren g t h , a nd skill ; A p erfect wom an , nobly planned To w arn , to c omfo r t , a nd co mm a nd ; And yet a spirit still, and b r ig ht With so me t hin g of a n geli c lig ht.

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"Behind a Watteau Picture" Is Proobcats, Scored on Once, duced by Dramatic Club. Have 177 Points To Draws Large Audience. Their Credit. Coach Ralph Hunter's fighting Bobc_haracters of "A W atteau Picture" kittens will finish a successful season ------------stepped out of the picture fr ame Thanksgivfog Day when they meet Thursday evening when the Peru Auburn on their own field. The Prep PERU SCHEDULE. Dramatic Club presented "Behind a eleven has won three games this seaWatteau PictJUre," under the direc- 1• son, tied two, and lost two. Three of Kearney ___ 0 -Peru ---- 20 tion of Jere Mickel. the hardest games of the season were Peru ____ 3 Doane _____ 0 The Picture included a Watteau chalked up to Per u's credit when they - Peru ____ 14 Cotner ____ 0 Marquise, Madam De Montespan; a won from Falls City, 6-0; Nebraska Peru ____ 27 W ay ne ____ 0 Wattea u Marq uis, and a Watteau City, 42-22; and Pawnee City 16-0. C'eru ____ 86 York ------ 0 Poet. After the museum grui de h a d The Bobkittens seem to have an unC'em ____ 27 Hastings ___ 6 described the picture, the characters canny faculty of winning from the B

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game uncertain. Punting against the ro · wind was almost impossible. The wind and the Bobcat line made t he Broncho aerial attack wholly inef-< ficient. "In the Music Store" will be proHastings won the toss and chose to duced by the Anrnual College Orphe- take advantag e of the wind. When um, December 3. The Orpheum this Bitzie was forced to punt a Bobcat year will be a departure from all pre- caught the ball and placed it on t h e vious shows staged hy loc al talent, ground. Thinking the ball dead, t h e an d according to the committee in Peruvians beg an gathering ro und . charge, will surpass anything in the way of amateur comedy ever "made Simmons picked up the ball and ran in Peru." A farce involving a J ew, fifty ~ar~~ f~r ~touchdown. The ref Ma rty Craig, an d his son, John Miller, eree eci e t e play. was a touchwill furni sh the medium whereby the down. The try for pornt w as blo c k . took life. Madame De Montespan was "cities." best of local musical talent will e d · w·it h I ess t h an three minut es ho.red w_ith life, and longed for someAt the opening of the s~ason , b~- I very l d H t" 1d 6 o thmg different. They gained en- fore the Preps got well mto then Le in tr udc.c e:<l. Thoi:: e in charge of p aye ' as m g s e ' to · the Orpheum are reluctant to give Th~ Bobcats held the Bronc?os tM trance to an old garden, by bribing swing, they_ lost to Verdon 27-0. Ver- out too much 1.nfoi·ma"'on before the remainder of the q u arter despite Methe cook, a Fat Pierrot, where ad- don is one of the leading teams in show is actually staged·, "' desiring to C rady 's two completed passes. The venture and romance was found. this part of the state. The next game have the Orpheum appear as t h e n ew- b all was in Pe.r u's possession in midColumbine was found in the gar- they tied with Adams, a fast eleven. fi ld h h e w en t e qua rter ended. d en, condemned to death. Grave dig- Bath scored for Peru in this game. est and most novel performance Pe1·t•. W g ers h a d already dug her grave. T H'e Tecumseh visited the college town students have seen on the campus. it h the wind_ to their backs t he Marquis and Poet saved her life. She with a heavy sqiuad, and went hom e Those responsible for the Orpqeum Bobcats started ri g ht down the fiel d. would dance with them, they ~o;ught with a victory, 14-0. F a lls City was this fall are: E. C. Beck,-adv'i ser:i With Bitzie hitting off tackle a nd· as to who would dance first; both the next game of the season. For two Waldo Willhoft, show manager; Roy Bath and Zorn running t he ends t he were killed. Columbine lost her free- years they had tied Peru. But the Chamberlain, business manager ; com- Gr.afmen were not to be stopped. dom as a result, and remained in the game went to the Bobkittens by two mittee, Cubert Hall, Alma Kohansky , ':""1th t~e _b all on the Hasting s 8-y m·d garden with the Mel ancholy Pierrot, 1 dropkicks from the toe of Dillon . Arthur Lindahl Florence L otspeich !me, Bitzie made four lung es a nd Death, while Harlequin escorted t.he I After Nebraska City h ad taken the Floyd Forrest Bell. ' scored. The try for point wen t low. Watteau Marquise out of the garden 1 lead, 3-0, the fighting Kittens ran the The 1925 College Orpheum is Score, Peru ~· Hasti~gs 6 · in safety. score to 36-3 on the City's own field. g iven for a most laudable purpose; McElro_y piloted hi~ team from t he A wierd atmosphere was produced The final score was 42-22 after the namely, to provide fund s for sweat- 4?-yard Im~ on the kick-off. In a sein the play as the result of chanting Prep team had run in substitutes and ers a nd trophies purchased for Peru . ~Jes ozf st~aight firs~ downs, fea tureci by the lanterri be arers and t he grave an extra half was played. The City ath letes. For this reason alone, stuY orn s sensatwn a l runs, t he di gge rs, and by the lig h t in g of t he was confident of a victory. dents sho·uld not neg lect to attend. iContin.ued on P· g e two) stage. The atmosphere made the sitP awnee then came to Pe r u , and re- Heretofore the Annual Orpheum h as l\l ation real, so that the a udien ce turned home with the short end of a been genero usly patronized. It h aE could feel it as a personal experience. 16-0 score. Standley played a stellar attained a reputation as being well The m usic, directed by Miss Floy game at defense while Majors an d J worth the money, and undoubtedly Royse, helped to produce a realistic I Dillon ran up the score on offense. the performance this year will sureffect. Pl aying Plattsmouth with · their s ta r pass all records. (Continued on page four) halfback out of t h e game, Hunte r's To celebrate the 27-to-6 drubbin g eleven h ad the game won un til the DEMONSTRATION IS t h a t Graf's Bobcats scratched in t o last few minutes of play, when t he I HELD IN ASSEMBL y 1 Kline's Bronchos, alumni in Hastings distri ct g a ve t he Bobc ats a ba nqu et A "BETTER PERUVIAN' " visitors got away with a 15-yard pass and a 36-yard run for a touchdown. The Girls' Athletic Club, under the Saturd ay eve nin g , Novem ber 21. PRODUCES RESULTS The kick was blocked and the score in struction of Miss Francis Root, inThe occas ion was perm e ated with was a tie, 6-6. Hayes, playing his first st1,uctor of physical education for Peru spirit. The pl a yers could Last year when the 1925 Peru vian g ame in t he backfield, accredited women, gave a series of demonstr a- feel what Old P er u m ea n t to t hose made its plan for producing a "better himself well. Adams !nade t h e run of tion drills and b asket ball passes in a teachin g in C"en t ral Neb raska. Supt. P eruvian," loud and sin ister were t h e t he game, pl ac in g the ball in position special convocation held in the g ym - J a m es Con way of Stockv ille was mas cries from students who objected to for Majors to carry it over. nasium Frida y. They consist ed of: te r of c er emonies. P r in . Mark Dela "better Peru vian ." It was with paThe football season will end in t he different methods of handlin g the zell of Cl ay Cen t er was toastmaster. tient forbearance and moderation Prep sc hool when they play Auburn b ns ket ball >ind how to s hoot b askets, Ot he rs presen t inc luded Dorothy that stude nts who bore the responsi- at Auburn Turkey Day . . Auburn !?st a drill parade of t~e wood en sold i.e1·s, F letc her a nd Amy K ite, Hastings; Mability of producing the ann u a l calm- to Plattsmouth, 3-0, w hile Pel'u t ied and a demonstration of the g1l'ls' ry McVay , a nd Ro la nd Edie, Beaver ly smoothed the troubled w a ters and Pl attsmouth. This g ives the Bobkit- g ymnasium class. The s kill w ith City; L ucy Armstro ng and Faye Emat last convinced the student body tens a very sligh t advantag e. It which they carr ied out their parts r ic k, Central City; Charles Madden, that t he finished product would e x- mea~s t h at it will be a closely con- showed evidence of much h ard work Carleton ; h is Tobler, Bartley; Claud ceed ther expectations. Those who tested game, and the Kittens will on the part of Miss Root. There w ere Matthews, Scotia; W. H . Kotas, Vepossess a 1925 P eruvi an can congrat- h ave to play air -tight ball. twenty-five girls who took part in th e rona; P111u l Yost, Stockville; Mr. and ulate themselves now that it h as been - -- - -- different drills. Mr s. Ross McDaniel, Ong; Clarence acclaimed in the Middle West as one M ISS MABEL s. CARRINGTON. Th ompso n , Arcad ia; Ruby Thompof t he few "First Class" books chosen SENIOR CLASS son, Bl ue Hi ll ; John Hanson, Emil in the recent contest. Gru n wald, Hugh Terry and Morme>l · Practicall y all of the 1925 Peruvian Miss · Mabe l S. Carrin g ton , associ a te It was decided th at t he semester Nelso n , Peru. Messrs. Conway, Edi ~ staff is present on the campus. At teacher in t he commerci a l dep a rt- du es would be five dollars, but no a nd Matthews had boys at the banlast the fruits of t he ir excess effort ment of Perm Sta te Teachers College definite action w as t a ken as to a q uet. has come to them. We can say mod- in th e summ e r of 1921, died recent.ly new meetin g place at a special To name the Peruvian- at the g ame estly of them, " Th ey builded bette1• at Gr e at F alls, Mo nta n a.-·The N e - class meet ing of t he sen iors Tu esday wou l<l take half of a Pedagogian. th an t hey kn e w." brask a Alu mnus. mornin g, held durin g assemb ly. ! Ergof

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Impor ted Highland Plaid Kansas the latter p art of this month. , some P_ep-s~ootin g betwe~ n ha lves_ to On the next play Major~ carried the Mufflers, ~fore than fifty conve rs ions h ave 10 a v&.11. T11e Grafme n with the w md ball over. 1 he drop lu ck was not resulted from the r ev iv al. Th e sav- still behind them k ept the ball far good. $2.75 in g of f11ty so uls can be co nside r ed i d ow n. Marty Craig chose to have It seemed that the game would e nC: goo d work of a lifeti me. If any p e r - Bitzi e punt a_nd conseq uently kept this way, when t he visitin g e leven Swiss Knit Scarfs ~nn saved l"iity so uls in a lifetime he t he ball on t he Hastings 20-yard line. g·ot away with a p ass, t he receive1 $2 to $3.50 could consider his life well spent The P eru drive finally told in m id - being free to run for· a to uchdow n. When this h as been accomplished in quarter. Zorn a nd Bitzie tore off The last game of the seaso n will be three weeks, it is ev id e nce that God's some thrilling gains. _A~d the_n with played when _th_e t eam goes to Aublessings has been with the meetin gs I all Bronc ho eyes ~n Bitzie, Zorn ~p e_cl burn Th anksg1v 111g Day. a nd His influence h as been strong ly away for anot he1 co unter Bitz1 e _ __ _ _ _ _ fe lt. j kicked goal. Score, P er u 20, Hastings A Deadly P eril" was t he last ser- 6. · mon preached by the evangelist, closPeru was in the way to a noth er i n g· ttJe meeting. ''Wh y A 1 e Yo u Not . ra lly w hen t he qu a rter ended. £.ut 1 a Christian" was the s ubj ect for S un- t he wind did not discourage t h e Bobday morning. These last two mes- , cats. . The hi gh sc hool is buzzing with the sages were powerfully delivered as : McCrady, whose passm g was dai: - talk of High Schoo l N ig ht, Friday, fitting closing sermons. gero us, turned loose a pass t h at Dn-, November 27. ver dragged down. Th e ~rosh tackle Each class has a particular part to ne ar ly got away for a touc h down. present. The fr es hmen's portion is McElroy, who had repl ace d Craig, given in the form of "Miss Ame li a's FOR ALL OCCASIONS I se nt Bitzie thru the line. The canot- Chances." Jud ging from t he adver• ~ top cut bac k a nd went to the two - li>.ing poster, eac h "chance" is an Christmas Greetings, Enclosure, Thank You, yard line. Almost dupli cating t h e in teresting type. Friendship, Mothers, Birthday, Easter "You ca nnot be g r eat wit hou t t he former touchdow n play , Zorn sped The sop homore g irls will give a des ire in yo ur h ear t to se rve hum a n- round end while H astin gs watched " \Vo rld Review." In thi s there will and Congratulation Cards ity ." Bitzie. Bitzie ki cked goal. P eru, 27, be dancin g and sin g in g. The boys of Birth Announcements a"[ld "God neve r t u rned .loose a greater , Hastin gs, 6. t he class are· prep a rin g a circ u s. i. ipressio n than w he n he p ut it in to McCrady and Greenslit then mad_e The j1uniors act is sc hed ule d as the To the Sick Cards. young· people to ge t an educ ation ." some p r etty end runs. And Greens!Jt "Dutc h Twins." This act will exScatter sunshine with these unusual "T he r ea l man or woma n is the one completed a long . pass .. Failing at plain itself for fur t h er inform atio n. 1 e;id r uns, Greensht agam c hose to w ho makes his own environment." "A Mere Man" will be g iven by the and dainty cards T l~ e~ e a r e t he words of Prof. N. W. pass pass; an d Bui sing intercepted senior girls. This will be a play that Gaines of the extension department on the P eru two-yard lin e. Bitzie a ll will e njoy. The boys and some of of the Colleg·e of Ag ricul t ure of th e pu nted ar. ainst the w_ind 15 yards; the g"irls will g ive a minstrel. It will 1 ' ni vers ity of Neb r aska. in g i vin g an a nd the game end ed. Score- P eru, co nsist of short p lays, quartets, and Phone 67. address to the Peru stiudents a nd 27; Hast ings, 6. di a logues. faculty, Thursday mornin g at assem In the line L atta did we ll for H asHigh Schoo l Ni g hts are always bi g bly H e pointed out that a teacJier's tin gs whil e the entire P eru lin e lea k- eve nts in the life of P eru. Fun a nd g r eatest op portunity to m ake his or e el of championship calbre. The Eo b- frolic for e very b od y are a lw ays very 8~---------6:9---------------gm her en viro nm e nt is i n the rur a l cats in fair condition now. journ ey to st r ong ly in evidence. Be sure to ~ choo l. He commended t h e P eru Chadron to settle for the state t itle, come and Ja ug p with the rest. State Teac hers College .for bein g t h e w hi ch P eru tok from Ch adro n in 1924 first teache r s' college in Nebraska by a score of 6 to 0. WANDA SEARS DIES AS to take lisp the so lvi ng of the rur a l Peru- 0-13-7-7-27. Remington Portable Typewriters RESULT OF ACCID E NT problems. 1 Hastings- 6-0-0-0-6. Mr. Ga in es said that if he h ad Hastin gs P e ru Miss W anda Sears died Monday hi s life to li ve over he would prepare Dav is ---------- le. -------- Buising eveni n g as the r esu lt of swa llowing himself again for t he rur al districts. Vohland ------ --It.-------- Hilliard i carboli c acid when she m istook the He said h e wo uld go to th e cc1un try B~·oug h ton ------ lg. ------ Williams / bottle containin,g the poison for perwhere every stud ent co uld recite to E m fie ld (c .) -- --- c. -------- Bunch ' ox ide. Miss Sea rs h ad complained of Notions and School Supplies him , wher e he co uld be sup erinte nd- R ic e ---- --- ---- rg. - - - - ---- - Gariss a so r e t hroat earlier in t he day, and e nt, principal, j anitor an d all. "The r e Latta ---------- - rt. -- - ---- - Driver '. h ad been gar g lin g h er thro at. Sh e are certain ends of se rvice t h at ever y Welch -- ----- -- re. -------- Carte r was a lone at her home at the time of man an d woman s hou ld give to · t h e McCrady ---- -- qb. --- ---- McElroy the acc ident, and was found later, 73 Phone 78 1.Vo rld if t hey make a success"in life." Simmons ------ - lh. -- -- - -~--- Zorn unconsc ious, by her step -father, P. Peru, Nebr. He portr ayed the rural districts as a Campbell ---- - - rh. ---- ----- - Bath M. Wilson. p lace of go lde n opp~ r tu n ity, · where Steinb a uch _ --- - fb. -- Buettge nb ach I Miss Sears had p honed a fri e nd to the progress in scientific oi· vitali~ ed ' Substitutes: Hastin gs-Bates, Til- l1study with h er during t h e evening, agriculbur e is yet to be mad e. "Fur- ge r , Thompson, Greensli t, Swin g le, a nd her books were open on the ta~-------------------------th ermore," he said, "l'. ou can 't be a ParRer, Scott, Talbert. P eru- Hey- ble, wh'ere she h ad been studyin g. man, or you can't be a woma n un less wo~~· Craig, Hanso n. She was a sophomore in the State y~u r ealize the inspiration of serv Offi cials: Refferee-King, Norfolk . Teachers Co ll ege, and took an active ice." / Urnpire- Fuhrer , Wisconsin. Head part in athletic activiti es. · He closed t he address by sayin g, "It lin esm~n-Ru sse ll, Nebraska. The funeral was h eld Friday afterand our holiday lines are coming in. is time young folks begin to reali ~e noon , attended by a large number of Jewelry, White Ivory , Manicure Sets that t here is somethin·g out "there in THIS WEEK'S GAMES. her many friends; the church was Perfumes, Gandy, Stationery, Toys. the rural districts." N o one knows not able to hold those who attend ed. t he value of the country, not even t h e/ Doane at Hastings. Services were conducted by the Rev. cou n tr y boys and gi rls who seek op P eru at Ch ad ron. R. A. Trowbridge of the Methodist po rtunities in t he c ity. "Don't g iv e Grand Island at Om ah a. Churc h. Burial was in the Mt. Ve rup and thin gs will be all righ t." Mid la nd a t Kearney. non Cemetery.

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