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Last week was Peruvian week at Peru State Teachers college. A campa ign was put on during the week by the staff. Many Schools Participate in Soprano solo 1. Auourn Trinity Vanquishes Locals, · · · Due to t his fact the convocation s ~. Verd.m Peru's First Inter-schooJ but Dana Overpowered ha ve been in charge of t he- staff, who Contralto solo 1. Auburn gave the fo1! owing progra m Mon day, Classic 2. Honey Creek by Large Score, 58-10 January 30: Tenor solo 1. Honey Creek 2. Auburn The 1D28 Peruvian pr esented "ReF ifteen high schools were entered In a fast clean game played in the Baritone solo 1. Auburn gr·e ts," an a lmost tragedy in t hree in the first MINK music and dramatic Peru gymnasium, Thursday, Feb2. Tecumseh scenes. The cast of characters wa s: contest to be held at Peru college, r ua ry 2, the Peru Bobcat s out- Lyceum Bureau Provides Piano solo 1. Auburn Peruvian Staff .... . .. .. . . . . . Itself Friday and Saturday of last week. pointed York colleg e cagesters 33 to 2. Elmwood Performed by Harp, The Doubtful One Cla rine Anderson The fifteen schools entered were: A· 17. Violin solo 1. Peru The Slow One Eleanor Crandell burn, Elmwood, Liberty, Nemaha, Violin, and Piano The first half opened with both 2. Nebr. City 1'he Dumb One . . Lor etta Sheeha n P anama,. Shubert, Verdon, H<mey Learns pla ying a defensive game and -Cornet solo 1. Verdon The Intelligent One Edna Hertz Creek, Brock, Syracuse, Table Rock, the score wa s kept in s mall fig ures. Approxi·~ately six hundred music 2. Peru Campustry Girls Lucille Dickinson T ecumseh, Peru, Nebraska City, and Hubka, York guard, was t he first enthusiasts heard the Casford Trio in Class A Group Elsie Wallin Columbus. player to get in the point column by their splendid performance on Monday Boys glee club 1. Tecumseh Wanna Metcalf Sixteen different events comprised sinki ng a long shot. It was up to evening , January 30, 1928. 2. Auburn Scene I Peru Ca mpus, J anuary. the contest, of which there were four Ca ptain Hertz . to sta rt the Peru five . Something very fine, in the way Girls glee club 1. Nebr. City " What is The P eruvian ?" voice divisions, thr ee instrumental di·to scoring a nd he proceeded to g et of a novel, musical entertainment, 2. Auburn Scene . II Peruvian Office, the visions, fo ur glee club divisions, two two field goals in quick succession. caime to the campus in the Casford Mixed chorus 1. Tecumseh night before press. mixea_ chorus divisions, two dramatic York, not to · be out done, came Trio. 2. Auburn Scene III Peru Campus , May. di visions, and one orchestra divisfon. back and in a> s.ho-rt"""time made the The Trio started their program Dramatks 1. Tecumseh "The Peruvians are here !" Only in tw.o events was there a forscore 6 to 4, Yo; k leading. Rothert with three selections, with Fern Cas2. Auburn . This program was in t he nature of · feit, although s everal events had but was s ubstituted for Malm, and in a ford a t the piano, Winnifred Casford , Cl.ass B Group a warning to student s not to be found two entries. short while he/ showed his worth by playing t he violin, and Byrne Smith 1 Boys glee club 1. Elmwood in the same circumstances, a nd sh ould Medals w~re _giV:e1? to first and secget t ing a basket and putting P eru in the h a rp. Girls glee club 1. P eru ' give ever y one a desire to buy a Peru- ond places m md1v1dual honors won the lea d. From then on till the end The prog r am is as follows: 2. Elmwood vian . Ballots were passed at this by solo performances, pennants for of the half there was never more than Trio Mixed chorus 1. Elmwood time to nominate the most r epr esenta- winnin g group divisions, and two cup two points difference between t he two 1. Allegro H oberg Orchestra 1. Elmwood t ive men a nd women on the campus. were given to the winning school of 2· Peru teams' scores. The half ended 11 to 2. Medita tion from Thais Massenet The four hig hest wer e chosen and each class, the school obtaining the 9. 3 Spa nish Serena de Dramatics 1. Peru on Wednesd ay, Februa r y 1, the stu- h ighest number of points in the total It probably won't be known to out- · Duet 2. Elmwood. dents body voted for t he two m ost I events ~ntered. siders just w hat Coach Kutnink said Violin and Harp • r epresentative wom en a nd t he two Two Judges were employed, one for to his ~obcats bet ween halves, but 1. To a Wild Rose MacDowell most representative men of student the musical numbers, and another for - whatever it was it instilled some new Reading life on t he Peru campus. T hese the d r amatic work. . pep into them and Peru _came back 1. "The Mason Family" from names will not be announced unt il in All of the events took place m the in t he second half deter mined not to " Mot her Mason" by Bess St reeter May, when t he Peruvia ns are isued. college auditorium, with students of be stopped. Malm, Selk, Krejci, and Aldrich Pledges have been ma de and sub- the music department of the college Wasley st arted to find the h oop, ~nd Violin Solos, Piano AccompaniIJtent, Six Schools Display' Thes· scriptions taken for t he Peruvians as officials to see that the contest was before York r ealized t he Bobcats had conducted with precision. The faculMiss Smith pian Ability Friday and during the entire week. ty room was used as t he reception· a healthy lead. 1. Romanza Anda luza Sorasate room during t he contest. But York college "never g ives up 2. Forsaken H oschot--Wintermitz Saturday Evenings Most of the contestants were trained the ship" a nd kept on fighting. The 3. Arra ngement from an old Negro whole last ha lf was a g lorious afby Peru graduates; at.least of the fiffair to t he spectators. Peru demonCamping- ~ong l 1'he dramafic section of the MINK teen high scho ols participating twelve strated some neat plays and kept inTrio music and d ramatic contest opened have Peru teachers on their teachers' 1. On Wings of Song Mendelsso_h n. Fridty, Febr uary 3, with the p resencreasing t· heir lead. rol l. Pokhm t ation of the class B school p lays. The Her tz and W asley played a close 2. Doll Da nce The ranking of the contestants of Friday Morning Program . I. Harp Solos g uardin g game for P eru, and KreJC B · M · H h themes of t he plays d ealt w ith m yseach school is being tabulated carefulemor1es a hn tery, t he supernatural, and comedy. Represents Most Schools; ly, and the officials of every competwas the high point m an, while Hub- 1. eaut1ful 2. Marionetta Tdesc i Brock high school fi rst p resented ka, freshman g uard, played a g ood ing school will be apprized in detail Few Forfeited · h H l y k Encore " A nig ht at an Inn," by Lord Dunsk as to the relative merit of all conte;;tgame for Yor ' wit e zer, or .Dance of the W d Sh oo en oes any, under the direction of Mrs. H. C. center, their hig h point man. The F r iday af ternoon program -Of ants. At the same t ime the announcelmpersonations Coleman. The cast w as as fo llows: Followil!g a r e the line-ups: 1. Crying Boy the MINK cont est began at 2:00 p . m. ment of the MINK contest for next l 2 Th Old M th t M t 11 the The Toff, a g entleman t hief, ___ _ During t his time t he voc al selections year will be made, and suggestions Peru (33 ) .... . ... . · · · FG FT F Pts. · . e an a ee s a Fra nk Scrimshir were heard. The contestants and invited for bettering in any feasi ble 7 way t he method of conducting next Malm (f ) · · · · · · · · · 3 1 Trams(C ti d ) Bill, a t hief, --- ----- P a ul Hutchison pieces were as follows: 1 t year's con test. Rothert (f) . . · · · · · · · · . 1 2 on n ue on as page / Sniggers, a thief, ---- E verett Ho rn Soprano Solos Selk (f ) ... . . · · · · · · · 2 4 Albert, a thief, ------ Gilbert Cook Selectio n ; Star E yes, by Oley 8 Movie, 'His Dog,' Shown Krejci (c) · · . · · · · · · · .3 2 2 The Idol, -------- Frank Williamson Speaks. Wasley (q) ...... .. 23 2 2 6 in College Auditorium Three Priests, - ----- Winton Gilbert . Elmwood ---------- Ethel Coatman Hertz ( q ) capt ···· 2 6 Arthur L ockwood Verdon ------------ T helma Boiler Glen Loc kwood P anama ---- ----- Mildr ed Dickson York (12) FG FT F Pts. An a udience made up of students, Shubert ----- --- Mary EJ!en Ahern This play dealt with the stealing of Kuntzleman f . . 1 1 1 3 instructors, a nd peopie of Peru, at Nemaha ----------- Bessie Squires Purple and Gold Score Only Morst (f ) . . . . .1 2 tended t he m ovie " His Dog," at the an Idol's Eye from one of th e t emples Liberty - - ----- ------ Grace P ierce Felton (f ) .... . . . .... 1 2 1 4 auditorium Thursd ay evening, Feb- in In_dia. The Toff, a o ne-t ime genTwo Field Goals Against Auburn ------------ Verd a Adkins tleman, with the help of three crooks, Helzer( (c ) . 2 1 1 5 ruar.y 2. Contralto Solos Hubka (g ) . . . .. . . . . . 1 1 3 3 Peru Team Peter Olson, played by J oseph has been able t o leave India with the Idol's Eye, and they ar e a ll in hiding Selection; The Secret, by Ole y Gilbert ( q ) . Schildkraut, was a young shepherd eig hty miles fro m Hull, Eng land. The Speaks. Referee Porter,- Lincoln. ( From the News-Press) without a friend. Because of his t hieves become disssatisfie d w ith t he E lmwood __ ___ :. _____ _ H~len Kui:i: Caged in their own den, Peru Boblack of friendsh ip, Peter spent his Toff's actions and decided to leave, PERU 22; T RINITY 24 Honey Creek --- - Josep~me Ha~Tis kittens clawed Nebraska City for a 20 sparE: time and his money at t he town but h astily return telling him they've Peru (22) FG F T F P ts Au burn ----- - ------ ~ois Scheifer I t o 9 defeat Tuesday night. saloon, t he only place where he was seen t he t hree priests t h at Albert s upMalm f ----- -------- --·- 6 2 3 14 Panama - - ---- Genevieve Hug hes Peru took the offensive from the welcomed. · posedly thought he h ad gi ven the Selk f ----- - ---- ------- 1 0 0 2 Nemah a - - ----------- - Mable Neff start and continued its attack through Retur ning from town one da y, slip. The Toff t hen explains his p lan Krejci c ----- -------- -- 1 0 1 2 Tenor Solos out the game, not once being in g reatly intoxicated, P et er found a for killing t he priests. After the W asley g ----------- - - - 1 1 0 3 Selection; Where My Caravan Hns danger of being defeated. The Purshepherd dog with a broken leg, a nd d eath they all stage a par ty. I n steps . Hertz g --------- ------ 0 1 0 1 pie and Gold were without power to being tenderh eart ed, and sy mpathetic, t he Idol itself, tall and hideous, grop- Rested, by Loahr. Aubu rn --------- - Roger Dunliner break through t he defense of the he took t he dog home with him. ing its way, seeking its eye. It fi nds T r inity (24) F G FT F P ts. Honey Creek --- --- Donald Duryea Bobkittens for field goals, both of The two soon became fast frien ds. it, replaces it in 'its head , and leaves. Crouch f --- -------- --- 0 0 1 0 Brock ----------- - Winton Gilbert which came in the first half. Peter, asha med to let his pal see him The crooks h ave sat h elp less thl'll a ll L owder f - - ------------ 2 0 1 4 E lmwood - ---- -- ---- Alvin Taylor It was a bitter defeat for 'ebraska as he was, became a different ma n. t his. Suddenly a voice calls Bill, and Brennan c ----- ---- --- 3 0 2 6 Baritone Solos City to take. Peru had been defeated Immediately he acquired many friends h y some unknown power he is force d Collins g --------- - ---- 5 1 1 11 Selection; Give a Man 8 Horse He here, and the Purple and Gold had and among t hem, the stor ekeeper's t o leave a!1d only a moan is li.eard. Brown g -------------- 1 1 0 3 Can Ride, by O'Hara. hopes that Tuesday night's game da ug hter, Dorcas. · The other two are r:a lled likewiJe ancl Rrefer ee: Tucker, Mornin gside. Table Rock -------- Harold Martin would be one of the two neces ary Chum, as P eter named his frien d, fma ll y the 'l'off, who as he leave-; ex· Elmwood -------- Richard Keckler vi tories to make them eligible for was a large, beautiful, shepherd dog, claims, "I didn't forsee it." PERU 58; DANA 10 Tecumseh ------ Raymond c~isford the state tournament at Lincoln. Bu• who was ver y clever. He not only E lmwood 11ext p n~e!? ted "The UnP eru (58) FG FT F P ts Honey Creek ----------- Carl L ee Peru players, who av.raited the im·asaved the life of his friend a nd masseen" by Alice Geri;t enbe rg, under the Malm f --------------- - 6 1 0 13 Brock -------- Alfred Stappenbeck sion of Nebraska City "'ithout ~nying t er, but a lso t he life of a lit tle girl, direction of S. M. Le;;er. The cast Selk f -------~--------- 7 0 1 14 Auburn ------------ Ralph Kruger much about their attack, started off the sister of Dor cas. was as follows: Rother t f --------- - - --- 1 0 0 2 Liberty ----------- Clarence Baker with a bang, and when the first quarAt t his point in t he picture, it was J effery Baldwin, an architect_ __ _ Krejci c -------------- 9 1 1 19 Syracuse --------- John Thompson ter was oyer, the Bobkittens had a 6 thoug ht t hat the dog ha d died. This Alvin Tay lor Brockman c ------ - ---- 1 0 1 2 was wonderfully played by t he dog. Lois Baldwin, his wife __ l\liary Capwell t o 1 lead. W asley g -------------- 1 0 1 2 STARK SENIOR MANAGER Soon, however, he was r estored to Hulda, a Swedish servan t, -----Nebraska City closed the gap a litHertz g --------- - --- -- 3 0 0 6 life a s if by miracle. Th.is act of Katherine Keckler t le in the second period, but Peru was Dana (10) FG FT F Pts. bravery broug ht a bout the union of· This play dealt with an architect Cecil tark has recently been ap- able to stay in the lead at half time, Peter, Dorcas, and Chum, into ever - who had entereu a conte5t in hopes of nointed business ma nager of the Peru- a to 6. Benson f - ------------- 1 2 1 4 Anderson f - ---------- - 0 0 4 0- - lasting friendship. bccomiug wealthy and iamo us. His ~ian. The management of the Peru In the secon<l half, the Bobkitten~ The p icture was a good, i~l ea n, mor- w ife has hired a Sw(.,tlibi. g irl for a I vian was handled by Otto Oakes, whr ?.'ent rampant, and while thc>y werr: L. Anderson f ---------- 0 2 0 2 al ent ertainment. It was one of t he servant. She is ui.tr l11t u in the has left school to accept a po~itiot J ansen c -------------- 1 0 0 2 coring 12 poin , Nebraska City hau greatest dog stories ever pictured and ll iceties of society anc1 m k1;<; many at K<'arncy. JIIr. Stark will carry or Sorenson g ------------ 1 0 0 2 o be content w'th t h e iit.tle points Olsen g ---------------- 0 0 0 0 wu<; mud1 appreciated by those at- blunders. The hu:,bu a , l .1.1g home I , _,, work m; representative of th< 1btained from th foul line. The s.-:orr· Reforne: E vans of Iowa. tending. {Conlrn uc<l •> •: 1 nior cla~~ . (Continued on la· png,) Class A cup Class B cup

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• IS Irural schools. Men teachers emCI.ty Ed ucatton ployed number 1,528 in 1927; they a11 average salary of ble Rural COS t Ireceived r Dou $1,223.45 in city schools and $885.20 The s tuden t body, t aken as a whole C f r.<"d t" in Ne• in rural schools. The 12,813 women Buy a Peruvian

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unit has responded to the Peruvian ost 0 1;~ ~ca l OD " teachers averaged $1,210.53 in cities sales cam,paign in a satisfactory manbraska Figured Out and 'l<illages and $753.10 in rural 11 er . Ther e are yet, however, a numon Per Capita Basis schools. Men's salaries in 1926 were ber of pledges which have not been (United P ress.) I considerably higher, the report s howreceived at the Peruvian office. It is It cost t he State of Nebraska Ied, because the salaries of the city with this in mind that the fo llowing $118.43 t o .educa te each of its. 175,397 1 superintendents were included. A;t uE nte red at the postoffice at P e ru, Nebraska, as second class ma t ter. is addressed to those who have not ci t y a nd VJllage school pupils and ally, however, there was only a slight -------~$61.82 to educate each r ura l school 1drop in city school salaries for both Published every Tuesday by the Peru State T eachers College, under the di- signed a pledge. It is la r gely wit hin the ranks of the pupil in 1927, a ccor ding to a report men and women in 1927. Rural teachrection of the classes in journalism. junior s and freshmen tha t this lack of issued t oday by State Superintendent Ie1·s' salaries showed a gain of nearly pledges ranges, due to the fact, per- Cha rles W. Taylor . The costs were $100 in rural colt\munitWs. $1.00 per y ear. Single copy 5 cents. ha ps, that seniors and sophomores based on t hertotal warrants issued. Total receipts for city village have a lready taken steps to ca re for T h <;1 cos t of t own s t u d en t s s h owe d a I sc h oo l s m · 1927 were ..,11?26,439 , 592 .81 t he 'Peruvian in their class dues. slig ht incr ease over 1926 whereas t he compared with $27,015,864.01 in 1926. SECOND SEMESTER STAFF Although these are the graduating rural student cost decreased slig ht ly. Receipts for rural schools from all Millard M. Fowler ---- - --- ~ ------ -- - ------- - -- - - - - --- - Bus iness manage r classes, members of the other t wo Tot al enrollment during 1927 was sources were $9,420,840.70 in 1927 · Waldo O. W11lhoft ---------------- - - --- - - -- - ----- - ----- - F ac ulty adviser cl asses should manifest the same in- 317,659 compared wi t h 327,472 in 19'26. and $10,136,057.21 in 1926. Expendi, terest. ' The a verage daily attendance was Itures totaled $16,913, 733.41 in 1927 REPORTERS Figu~es show that thi~ year's .Peru- 175,39 7 in city schools a nd 88,588 in i and $16,985,484.93 in 1926. vian will be the largest m the history John Howell Menefee Allan J. Ha~ck of the school. Thanks to some timely Joseph H. Rob ertson William Thomas Bourke discounts on engraving, there is a ' Hubka in recent years has built up F red Duey Ma ry Alice W alton consider a ble sum of money which is credit~ble ~ams out of the limited William Rin g Lucille Harajian to be devoted exclusively to the betmaterial which York usually can sup. I t erment of t h e boo k . F or mstance, 1ply to her coach.

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IS THERE AN AMERICAN CRITIC?

all books will be fitted with protector• -• I - - - - - - - - - - - -- -cover s, a nd will have a superior type Nineteen Games Played ID PERU-YOR K RECORD of bindi ng . The scenic section, al- ' Twenty-year Period with "The Critic and American Life" is the title of an ar- r ea dy complete, will be a pleasing im- l Mid-state School Peru ticle in the February Forum by Irving B a bbitt, pr~f essor provement over those of former anYork 1908 34 5 of French literature at Harva.rd, that readers will . re- nuls. Other features might be men- . -Only t wo games out of ninet een ' 1911 34 17 . commen t 0 n American t ioned, but that will be another st.ory played over a period of the last twen- •, m ember for its apt an d sugges t ive 30 27 when the books come out next spn~g. ty games can York college claim a s 1912 critics and Americans. / . ?t.udents been che her" own in Peru-York cage histor y. I 60 21 Natur ally in such an article H. L. ~e~cken's mtel- pr!V11ege of votmg for Peru s repre- Below is the compl ete compil ation. 21 11 1915 lectual gymnastics will come Up for cntJc1sm, and Of s entat ive men and women regardless Once' in 1916 did York win 14 to 13, : 26 12 1916 29 19 Mencken Babbitt says: . . of pled~e. However, . no unpledg~ d a nd in 1917 again va nquish Bobcats I 13 14 "The best one would anticipate from a writer like votes Will be counted If the pledge IS 27 to 18. However,_t he r ecord is not so 1917 18 9 Mr Mencken possessing unusual verba l virtuosity and I not ~l~de by F ebruary .10th. It would uneven ; and a close an alysis will in- I . 18 27 · ~ . 'bl . be wise, therefore, to sign that pledge dicate that York ga ve the Peru I at the same time temperamentally irresponsl e, IS supe- before you forget it. I Wor ld-Record Makers a close rub in I ~!;~ 38 8 31 20 rior intellectual vaudeville." The co-operation already shown by 1D27 the score of the second game 41 18 Mr. Babbitt compares Mencken with Flaubert, but: t he student body is hig hly appreciated. bein~ 29 to 28, and the fir st 38 to , 26. 1926 38 18 "One is reminded in particular ~f F_lap.be~~' :vho showed It i~ our sincere wish that it will . In 1925, t oo, that score of 31 to 20 is 52 19 a diligence in collecting bourgeois Imbec1htJes COmpar- con:i;iue to be expressed, . I not pitiful. I 1927 38 26 able to that displayed by Mr. Mencken in his Americana. Fm ally, a. wor d to the wis~: G~t P eru-York relations have always 29 28 ' . h d t dd t ' h - your Peru via n pledge and sign it been a compliment-to the sportsma n's ' 1928 45 31 s d.1scovery t at one oes no a. . 0 one s ap NOW, to insure delivery in the spring. ideals of fair pla y and honest effort---, 33 17 pmess rn th1~ way would no doubt be d1sm1ssed by Mr. Peruvia n Committee i victor y by skill and mor a l advantage

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Group Select.ions Show Re· ,o,btainable a t the. librar y : suit of Cons1 d erabl e P rep· N ew M r et h 0 cl s f or the Study. of 1 Liter ature" f th Rickett ar ation or e contest I "Chemi<<try of Food and Nuti·i tion"

" I nvisible Government" Munro Sherman "West of the Pacific" Huntington Tecumseh won first place in both "March of Commer ce" Keir "Mathematical Statistics" Rietz Boys g lee club and mixed chorus, Ne- "Winni ng of Freedom" Wood "Geography of France" br aska City won first inGi rls' g lee a nd Gabr iel . Frankenstein club in cl ass A. In class B, Elmwood " Folklore a nd Fairy Plays" Goeng I "Peopling the Argentine Pampa-" wo n first pl ace in Boys' glee club and "Histor y of t he P eru State Normal" Jeff:rs~n mixed ch orus, while Peru Prep pl acMcKenzie j "English Problems in the Solvmg our education, especially our higher education. Mr. ed first i n Girls' g le! 'club. (Gift of Prof. G . .w. Brown.) Simons Mencken's attack on the "pr ofesso r s " is therefore l a rgeThis was t he resul t of the g roup " Shaping , of Eng lish Literature" " T raining in Literary Appreciation" ly justified; for if the professors Were performing their events of the MINK music a nd ?ra - ' Cruse Prete hard function properly Mr. Mencken himself would not be matic co ntest held in Peru, Fnday . . 'bl " Iand S atur day February 3 and 4. , fifil!li.l!. 10: 10.:t ~1!!.i;, it • ii.~:~r::_.:_:_~-n:~mt.lt :t>ii..:::.,~_,2!,,1Ji'..~~~=-r~ poss1c e. . h' h d t• th th b k The f ollowlng is the list of ent rie5 r11111m(i:ooo: llll ll ll lt lllJL.-<>. !O:ll lll!!':: it 111l:<1t1:ID: 1:ii 1ii•ii . ll!O. lOO:::-u . - "t oncerm~g· 1g er e uca 10n e au or re ll . es in class A: Boys glee club, Auburn ! I ; colleges for g1vmg a blanket degr~e, such as ~· ,B., for a and Tecumseh; Girls' glee club, Au- ; ' four-year course that may have g iven the rec1p1ent spe- burn, F alls City, Nebraska City, and ! eial training in science, Greek, Latin, or m a th e matirs . Tecumseh ; Mixed chorus, Auburn and Evidently Mr. Babbitt would hav e a different degree for Tecu~seh. . each specialty. He does suggest that a blanket dcgTe.e I Pom t.s were given for fi~st, second, i ' · h · 11 b b d · and t hird places. In Boys glee club + ml~ t JUS.t as we e es.towe upon .ev~ry American ' Tecumseh was first and Auburn sec- : t child at birth, for ought It means later m life! ond· in the Girls' glee club, F alls City fI· Being a of literature, the . author t o send contestants, Nebraska I draws much of his material from French masters. The City pl aced first, Auburn second, and 1

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was "Wi nter Song." The Gi rls' glee club song w as "Will-of- the-Wisp ." Pi ano : Auburn, Elmwood, Honey Th e chorus son g w as "Recession al." Motorist: I say, my car's stuck in Creek, Peru prep, Syracuse, Table I Th Au b urn g r oups were di rected t he mud ; can you tell me where I can Rock. i by ~rs. Wiley L angford, t he ~ebr asget help before it sinks further in? V10 . l'111: El mwoo, d N e b r as1ca C't I 1 y, ka City g r oup by Marta R ankm, and D Native: Oh, that's all right for the p T bl R 1 the Tecumseh gTo up by Mrs. W. . Lamb. time being- ther e's another one un- eru, a e . oc c derneath it--Ex. Cornet : Elmwood, Peru Prep, VerThe foll owin g towns were entered don. in class B: Boys' glee clubs- El mrano: Auburn, Elmwood, Liber - •wood Hu mboldt P eru P rep· Girls' ~.any Russian students comm~t ty,Sop Nemah a, P anama, Shuber t, Ver- ' glee ~lubs-Elm;,ood, Humb;ldt, Nesmcide every year be~ause they cant don. m ah a, Peru P rep; Mi xed chorusget a philosophy of hfe ..- News. , Contr alto: Auburn, Elmwood, Honey j Elmwood and H umboldt. Humboldt After the second or t hird year you'd ' Creek. and Nema h a fa iled to send contestt hink t hey would lose interest. Bari to n&: Auburn, Brock, Elmwood, I ants, and Peru Prep was not r epre, Honey Creek, Tecumseh, Liberty, Sy - • sented in t he Boys' g lee clu b, so cirProf: For the last time I'm goinl\ r ac use, Table Rock. cumstances seemed to favor Elmwood, to t r y to expla in this tria ngle to you. Class A pl ays: Tecumseh, Aubu r n, I who won both Goys' glee club and Co-Ed: r!ow nice. Which is the wife Columbus. . ' . I ~li.xed 1 chorus events, without compeand which 1s the other man? Class B pl ays. Elmwood, Pei u, t1t1on. B roe k · P eru Prep p laced first, in the Girls' Class A boys' glee club : Auburn, glee club, and Elmwood second. "I suppose t hat's college bread" said the student as he dod ged a nother Tecumse h. The E lmwood groups were d irectCl as A girls' g lee club : Aub urn, Ne- ed by Cora Williams. Bess• Mahan biscuit. braska City, Tecumseh. directed the Gir ls' glee club of Peru Class A mixed cho r us: Au burn, Te- Prep. Coach K utnink: Dribble do wn, p ivot, cumse h. T he Boys' gro ups sa ng "Winter a nd shoot yourself. Class B boys' g lee club : Elmwood. Song," t he Girls' glee clubs sang Class B girls' glee club, Elmwood, "Rain ." T he Mi xed chorus sang the r-Peru. "Brook." Abc: Yo ur ga r ters are showing. Class B mixed chorus: E lmwood. The judge for the three events was Babe: Enough ? Class B orch estrn: P eru, Elmwood. Professor Neilson from Dana college.

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this month. Emma Wood and Louise Rbors each As a r esul t of t h e Dram atic club after a h ard d ay's wor k , is m et wit / Peru Prep Tak es Several succeeded in writing sixty-two words try -outs, the f ollowi ng were t ak en in a mea ~er si~ppe: and_ du rin g t h e qu arHonors in Well-cont e sted per minute, and will receive gold pins. Glad ys r el w it h hi s wife discu sses t h e f act • R . b as pro b atio~ ary ~e~ ers: . L h th at t h e u nseen seem s t o be wo rkin g Fiel d Ruby Hiatt will receive a emmg· Mann, Fr anchi~ MonaiV ·1ty, MarP1eenkaa~a' against him . Late r in t h e evenin g a t on silver pin. 1 Hazel Hut c m son erna f . . N ella Fry and Marjorie West have S h dh' 1 H 1 Cline t eleg r am com es, but t he serv ant orA large an d appreciative audtt:t.c e d .1 . f .t' fiftv Minerva c we e ~· e en : ' gets t o d eli ver it. A week l ater t he was present F r id ay mornina a t 9:30 ! e arl}e si ver prns or wn mg burg , Ele anor H ar aJi an, Leo H aup t t 1 . f d H b d an d wif e h th . b " f the words on t h e Underwood, and Ruby 0 mann Jo·e Robertson, L. A. Decker, e egr am is .un · us an · to ear e opening n um ers 0 Hi att Edn a Patterson, and Madge ' Th R h k Dan quarrel accusm g each other t h at they MINK music and dramatic cont est. ' h d b J ohn Bath, eo o r assee, I Argab r ight ave earne ronze pins . J L L d L r Carey do not love one anoth er any m ore. The ent ri es for t h e instrumental num h' P ettm g·er: eon ar ' es ie ' The t eleg ram had t old the husb a nd hers w ere as foll ows: on t he same mac me. and Amzie rass. that he h ad won, but t h at if he didn't Piano Solos ~ • answer immedi ately he w ould lose, Select ion; Nocturne, Op . 55 by ChaSPARE TIME WORK TARKIO ASKS ABOUT TENNIS and one of the othe: cont~stan ts pin. .

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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, 1•'hBRUARY 14, 1928.

VOLUME XXIII.

Gold Football Charms Beta Beta Beta Is . . Peru Debaters Score First Prof. Crawford 23 ·Given to 1927 Champions Installed Monday Gives 'Address Season Victory from Tarkio Local Biological Frat ernit y ·- - - . - - - - - - -- - .Noted Writer Speaks on J oins National Group .Kearney Men Take IMissouri . Team Puts up Feature Writing to Sigma Tau Delta Fraternity

In commemoratio n of t h e 1927 state football cha m pionship, twenty-t hree miniature gold footballs were pre_·ented t o the ind ividual me m bers of th at victorious team, Wed nesd ay, Feb.-uary 8. T he con vocation per iod Wednesday, was in cha rge of t h e " P" club. George MacE!roy introduced t h e s pea k er s for the occa sion . . Wilbur Zorn gave a brief hist ory · t ' P r·esi'dent Pat e :>f the orgamza ion. . ..,.a ve an inter esting and mspirmg • -lk "G0 Id p 00 tb II " C ·h G f ,a • a s. oac ra · h t t lk d t d th ;:o~~a~lss t~r t hea ~~:C:,t/resen e e

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Pi cha pter of Tri Beta, the nation a l h fi t · t 11 · t d b te f honora ry and professional biology W estern C Art"l S t S U pset , theI nseason, t e rs m erco eg1a e e a o I age held at Peru, February 10, fraternit y, wa s formally installed on Hopes of Peruv1"ans 1"n Peru was victorious. th e P eru campus by the national p:cosirlent Wm M Goldsmith Ph D St1"ff Ba t t le The debate season opened offi('ially ~ J ' . ·. ' . ., l ast Frid ay even,ir.g for Peru. [n t h e Ia s t l\"·.ton day evenm g. · mee t b e t ween T ark"io an d A dainty four course installation 1f o r e ns1c . . . ,.._ . F or the fi rst time in t he twenty P e ru t h at is by now an annual event, d mner was served at six-thiny m t h e · · · h d · · · · years the Bobcats are forced to ac- the affirmative Peru t eam was winner. ·evening m t e omestic science dmmg r oom , to ·sixty members . and gue.sts. knowledge the bas ketb all superiorit y T he team from Tarkio consisted of T he tables were strewn with Amenca n f t h K A t 1 Karl Nuchwa nger, D avid Wilson, and It is a custom t hat cha mpions h ip o e earney n e opes. I W yl1'e Caskey, F1·ed Duey, Dan Petbeauty r oses, the official f lower of Wh th B b lk d ff f th tea m members are to be awarded . . • en e 0 cats w a e 0 0 e t ing e r , and Leslie Leonard upheld the with t hese emblems. Only once be- t he. f raternity. . Deco~at10~s of tall K earney floor F rid ay night, they knew affi rmativ€ for P eru . ·h h ' . . . . w hite candles tied w ith ribbons of th l t b t f th h · _I ' fo r e m t e 1story of this m st1tution emse ves 0 e <>u 0 e c arnpi 0 n I The q uestion under disc ussion w:i.s · pale g r een and America n Beauty r ed J h · · f th · h ave mem b er s been t hus awarded, a nd s ip r unm ng or JS year. the one that is being discu,,sed by all . . . were used on the tables. The place 1 ~ t h a t was t h e c ha mpionship which was . . T he game w as fast 'from start to the Nebraska colleges, namely: R ebr ou ght t o Peru in 1925. j ca~ds consis ted of a six page h a nd_, finish. Cr edit m ust be g ive n Doctor solved. That t he United St-ates The team member s who received pamted souvenir booklet in t he form J on es of Grand Isla nd, .,;;,h o r efereed should cease to protect by armed t heir footballs this year were : of t he fraternity k ey, containing t h e J an d kept the game well in hand and force c apital invested in f oreign Arthur Gariss, Davies Bunch, W il bur menu, pr ogram, and ~ames of t h e the playing w.ell within the r u les all l ands, except after formal declaraZorn, Geor ge MacE!roy, P a ul H ertz; m embers. of t he fra t ernity. , the t ime. tion of war. The quest ion was weft . The dmner was prepa r ed a n d ser-1 T h e Bob cats started wit · h a fierce a nalyzed most of t he a r g ument cen· L awrence 1\1a Im, J a mes Delzell, W1!bur Young , Rollie Rigg ins, Einer ved b~ th~ advanc~d food class under attack and gained a nine p oint lead 1 t er ing a;ound the critical situation in Toft, Robert Maj or s, Ever ett Hey- the dir ection of Miss Dyche, head ~f in the fi rst five minu t es of play, but Nica r agu a. wood, Arnold Selk, George F rady, t i;: college department of domestic t h ey wer e unable to maintain such a \ This year, as h as been mentioned f urious . Arthur Bell, H elmut Brockman, Frank science· . pace for long a n d t h e fi rst I' before, t h e number of minutes for 1 Kerner, Joe Kr ejci, Lewis . Car ter , Th~ fraterruty member s and guest s h alf ended with t h e Antelopes lead- 1which an individual speaks is changRaymond F ort, a nd Ber t William s. met. i.n the lm der garten room of t h e ing 17 to 11. Kearney started the ed. F or merly, ten minu tes were given Coa ch Graf and Coach K utnink a lso T r a mmg school, \~h~re _they w.e r e second h alf by incr easing the lead to construct ive speaking and five received one as a n appreciation of g r eet ed bY_ a receivmg line con sist - and t he Bobcaits succeed ed only on ce minutes to tebuttal; this year eight their efforts which made t he cham - ing of E lizabeth Buettzenbach, t he getting within six points of t he An- minutes are g iven to constructive pionship p ossible. nat ional president , P rofessor and Mrs. t e lopes. speech and six mi nutes for the rebutT h e aw ards a re m iniature g old cha pt er president, Dr. Goldsmit h , t he P eru substituted Hurst fo r Malm , ta! of the first two speakers on each footballs ; on one side is a blue a nd A. E. H olch, a nd Prof essor a nd Mrs. an d Young for Selk. S kov, Dusek, I side, the last two rebuttals consisting white enameled "P" a nd on t he other W . R .. Carter. Boswell, and Lovell starr ed for K ear - 1of eight mi nutes each . side t he name of t he team member. Docto Wm. M. Golds mith, national n-ey, while Hertz, Wasley, and Krejci Due to t he fact t h at t here were The emblem itself is worthy of pos- pr esident of t he ' fraternity, who in- bo re the brunt of .the att ack for P eru . 1o tner activities a nd because there session besides t h e honor for which stalled t he new ch apter at Peru, is It seems t hat K earney's b asketball wer e many who wer€ out of town, it stands~ dean of Southwestern college, of Win- prosp ects for the nex t f ew years are t he c rowd that attended was not as field, Kansas. "Wh0's Who In exceedingly b11ig ht when con sid ered ' 1ar rre as the crowds that have usually I I "' Amer ica " credits him with t he a ut hor- in the lig ht of t h e fact t h at t h e fou r come ou t in the past. Th€ question sh ip of n umerous .scie ntific books of p layers ment ioned are freshmen and ! u nder discussion, however, is import· , wide circulation, a nd h e is also a Me yer, their c aptain, is a sophom ore. ant and is int~resting, so that probapfatform orator of national promb!y there will be more pre:;ent in tbc inence. ~is " College Tour of t he Summ ary: future. · E a stern United States and Cana da'' PER U (24) FG F T F P ts. T he judges fot' the debate we.re: First of Series by Doct ors j has become a well-known institut ion. Malm, f ------- - --------2 0 3 4 Lloyd Pet erson, attorney; Thomas E. G. b F 11 t . P eru cha pter counts itself as espec- Hurst f ___ _______ __ ____ 1 0 0 2 D unbar, attorney; George Heinke, atIVen Y a S 1 yan, ·ia lly for tuna te in being able to se- Selk, f ------~--- ------ 2 0 e 4 torney. All three judges were from Manr~ Present cure Dr. Goldsmith f or the inst al- Young, f -------------- 0 0 0 0 Nebraska City. _ __ H e lectured on the "Present Krejci, c --- --- - ---- --- 5 4 1 14 T he next debate of• the season will 1 lation. T d . J Status of t he H eredity vs. EnvironWasle y, g -----0 0 0 0 be at Central college, F ebruary 15, at 928 ues ay evenmg, a nua r y 7, 1 ' ment Controver sy ." Her tz (c ) - ------------- 0 .0 1 0 whic h t ime the negative team will deE. E. Hayes of Falls City a ddressed At t he close of t h e lecture n ew ~ - - b ate. a number of t he faculty and student s, act ive members and fourteen n ew asTot al ------- - ------10 4 5 24 in the first of a series of health (T urn· to P age 2, Column 3, P lease) t lk t ' b . . p KEARNEY (32) FG FT F P ts. a .s 0 . e g iven m eru. Sm ee 1t ha s become a stat e Ja w t ha t Skov, f --------------- - 6 0 0 12 . . 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Sig ma T a u Delta m ember s and g uests were pleasingly and inst r uctively -entertained by P r of. Robert P. Craw ford, f eature writ er and inst1 uctor in agri cult ural journalism at. the Uni ve r sity of Neb rask a, last Mond ay e vening. P rof. Crawford spoke o n " W riting for Magazines," and s tressed th e ·t· f t" I wri mg o a r 1c es. After a n aive int r oduct ion the speaker emphasized t h a t Llie urge t o write will r em ai n only an urge, if t he en thusiastic tyro h av e no Big Idea to express j n writ in g. . I n article writ ing, explain ed Prof. C1·awfor d, origin ailit y is th e premium t h at willl sell a n a r t icle. Imitation is not enough for t h e b eginner. If t he imitatio n is as good as the work of a r eputable a ut h ority, still it lacks t h e quality of prestig e that e n ables t he first writer to sell ' his manuscripts. Specialization in a n arrow field will . give a buddin g writer a c h an ce t h a t pl'omiscu ous d abbling will never br ing to him. "Story writing is a n over worked field,'' said P rofes§or Crawforq; "th e fin e thin g about a r t icle writing is that you know the editor could not obt ain your particul ar contr ibution except from you. If he w a nts a · story he need only call up · a write r whom he knows close by, and order what he w a nts." "A n ose for ne ws for a newsp ap er, is not (the same as a nose for n ews for a magazine,'' s aid t h e sp eake r, in e xplainin g that s to r ies ar e elusive thing~, and on~ m ust " acqu'.; e th e _,_ practice o:J; looking for Jeads ever y where. Professor Crawford then told how h e h ad r un onto ar ticles in leastsuspecting places. The clipping metho d of gat h erin g materi al w as stressed by Professor C rawford, wh o su ggest ed that embryo wr iter s clip reg ularly from newsp apers a nd m agazines, sh ort items of interest. Much of p er son al an ecdote was i n serted in th e t alk by P rof. Crawfo.rd, whose exp 7rie nce in writing ex tends over a penod of t en year s, and added a touch of intimacy to the t alk . E xam Jes collected from ma azines P g wer e read .by P r of... Crawford to show . that effective begm mngs, a nd effec. . . t1ve titles are ' as essent . rnl as t h e. body . of the man usc rip it self. Editonal h andlin g of m anuscripts is not alw a ys as the wr iter thinks, and ther efore ha s taken over the expense of pro· Professor Crawford indicat ed th at the viding these health lectures for the (Turn to P age 2, Column 5, Please) P r ospective t eacher s. Dr . Hayes made it very plain tha t t he t eacher was p er sonally r espon"" sible for the health of h er school pu. pils. She m us t be able to r ecognize

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MINK Entries Show g Strong Competition ~:;·::y -~~~~~ ~ -n I~:~h~-u:---~--- i 1928 Cage Tournament ue . Da na ___ _____ 2 to Out class all Previous Events of Its Kind T he annual MI NK interstate high sch ool basketball tourney, sponsored by P er u college, will be held in the Peru gymnasi um s, F ebruary 17 and 18. Throug h the efforts of the"P" club and t he Boy Scou ts and the cooperation of the student body the meet g ives promise of being one of t he most s uccessful ever staged on t he Peru floor. There are at present, some twenty t eams entered, wit h a list of t en or twelve prospective entries. These prospective contestants are teams which have competed here in t he past, but who h ave not yet made application for entrance. Chadron Normal will play Peru college each nig ht. Cha dron has a good r ecord for this year and in the past, as furn ished good competition for t he Peru squad. A fast game is guaranteed for b oth ni g hts, along with the games of the high schools entered in the tourney (T urn to Page 2, Column 2, Please)

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RESULTS LAST WEEK At Kearney: Kearney Normal 33, P eru Nor al 24. At Omaha: Tarkio college 25, Omah a U. 13. At Wayne: Wayne 28, Hastings 25. (Extra period.) At Omaha: Hastings 34, Omaha U. 14. GA.MES THIS WEEK Thursday: Kearney at Wayne: Chadron at Hasting Friday: Chadron at Peru; Kenrney at Dana. Saturday: Chadron nt Peru; Kearney a t Omaha; Wesleyan nt W~yne. Coach Lon Graf's Peru Bobcats, proud ruler of the old state confer· ence for a string of years, fell off the N. I. A A. t,hrone la t week when the Ke:i-rney Normal provided a surprise 32 to 24 upset for the Peru outfit. It was Kearney's first win over :Peru in basketball for twenty years. The undisputed leadership of the circuit will be at slake this week when Kearney goes on the road for three (Turn to Page 2, Colmn.o l, Please)

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' Schoolmasters Club Meet Attend Mr. S. L. Clements drove to Lincoln last Thursday evening to ~attend a meeting of the School Masters club held ih connection with the annual convention of the school executives and school boards. Mr. C!emeRts was accompanied by President Pate, Dean Delzell and Mr. Larson. There were many requests for Peru teachers, which will be filled by tl/,e college placement bureau. The meeting was held in the Lincoln hotel.

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" Trifles" WilJ Be Played T h e dramatic group that is under the leadership of La wrence Shumard is to present the play "Trifles," at ch a pel time, Friday, :February 24. The ca st will include Leo H auptman, Lawerence Shumard, Leor a Setzer, Madge Argabright, a nd one other person not chosen as yet.

I, The Glee club h as ma'.de arrangemnt for a concert to be held at Julian, under the auspices of the senior class of Julian high school. The d ate has not been settled as yet, but the concert js to be held sometime in the week before Easter.

The f reshman class held their regular business meeting last Tuesday The Everett literary society h eld a morning , F ebruary 7, in the auditorishort meeting Thursday, February 9, um. The prog r am w as in charge of The meeting followed th,e regular in the Little Theater at eight o'clock. , course, b eing called to order and and Madg e Casey. Doris Erickson op~n~d i the minutes read and approved. the program with a charming violin j The election of officers for the solo, "Love Song" by Franklin; s~le : second semester was the most importwas accompanied by Chloe Pate. ~iss ant issue b efore the class. Ericl~son h as fine talent for playmg The executive committee had chosthe violin and always delights her en the candidates. They are as folaudience. lows: Frances Moriarity read in her 0 "".n I For president, Harold Busch, Mary . individu al and clever way Mane Gray, Maud Jones, Georg e Frady; for All the halls of the dornntory have Irish's "Junior Assists Cupid,'' a read- I vice president, Arthur Flynn, .Wilbur been r ejuvenated tlie past week. ing which is t ypical of a small boy's : Shoefer; fo r secretary, John Bath, They were fres hly cleaned and pranks played on sister and her beau. D an Pettenger, Margaret Bump; for painted. The,;oncludin.g .nu.~ber w~s a piano . tr.easurer, Elton Reinmiller. 1 duet, Water L1lhes by Fnml, play- 1 Those elected are: president Harold ~=~~~ ed by Chloe Pate and Esther Rogers. ~ Busch; vice-president, Arthu; Flynn; This number was greatly appreciated. · secretary, John Bath; and treasurer, A sh-0rt business meeting was held Elton Reinmiller. Plumbing and heating; sheet · in chai·ge of Dorothy Martindale, I

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Dawson, Shubert, DeWitt, 1'.Dean of Creighton ; Bobcats Win Twice . . Speaks on Health! Honey Cre~k, are Winners!secondofSeriesofM edical, Prom Chadron Eagles _ _ I . Lectures Heard by Stu- I Kansas Team Eliminated by Ster~mg dent s Wednesday Peru .Debaters Score Two Consecutive Victories Small School Tearn,. .Syra_ cuse Loses Finals .

bo: s put U_P .an admir able fig ht ~nd h ad De W itt m d ang er several t imes. (Summary on P age 2)

Taylor 's Team Beats Sterl· ing m Finals·, Honey Creek Wins over F1.r t h

Sacred Heart Elim1·na ted T he class D troph y went to Dorwin :::ar t er's Honey C,reek team S aturday ~vening, when t hey t ook a w ellA smooth-working, well-coached 1matched game from Sacr'e a Heart by Dawson quintet copped high honors a 19 t o 11 score. Both teams showed in the M I N K t ourney by winning lots of fight, bu.t were u nable to loth h h from a· worthy opponent -Sabetha, ca: e e oop Wlt any degree of cerKansas, 15 to 11 in the class A fin als tamty. Saturday night .

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, The P eru Bobcats - - wa lked away . h the Ch a dr on E a ges, I m · wit the first g a me of a two g ame series, by

t he tell tale score of 46 to 13, in the The, Peru college negative deba te Peru g ymnasiu m F riday, February 17team, consist ing of George ReinmilThe game was free to all MINK tournament player s, a nd Peru demonler, Neil P ettinger , and E rnest Hasstrated some fancy plays just for the selblad, won a 3 to 0 decision from benefit of the high s~hool teams. N ebraska Central last Wednesda y at The game opened with Malm of Centarl City, Nebraska . It was the Peru sinking two baskets a nd giving firs t conference victory f or the Peru- Peru the lead which was never apvians. proacb ed by Chadron. Chadron h a d T he debate took place in t he Central college a udit0rium, with an aud- a fig ht ing bunch of players, but they

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The teams t rotted out on the floor Syracuse 20; Ong 14 generat ion, a nd the ~ublic school for their third meeting this season to teachers, who are preparing t hese the c heers of a large crowd of supOne of the most spirit ed games of children for their n should 1 porteI.·s and the blare of the band., Satu r d ay mornin g was t h e Onge work, Action fo llowed. Sy·r acuse vord to secure cooperation of the · t h fracas. ti f A nip-and-tuck af- endea h Dawson took an early lead never 1fair . 11m · e rst S ew minutes t bof play, k t ' ome an school in br inging about t he f 'to be headed, when Show, flashy for-\ ma . Y gave yra ':!use wo as e s physical and mental healt h of t he ward, t allied from They · A r a lly by t he Ong Scan- gr owing child. ience of eight y present. - Central was coU!ld not solv e the Bobcats' d ef ense, then then combined a smooth-work- dmav1a ns br ought the score t o 12-10, There is an a mazing ignorance in representec,l bY J oh n Ferguson, Ken- and were not able to get wit hin dising offense and an air-tigh t d efense favor Syracu~e. Coac~ Davenport medical science among par ents. Many neth Hawkes, a nd Ted Moore. Presi- 1 tarice ·of t heir basket . to r un the scor e up to seven points ~us~ h~ve h~a1d something in st r ong children are undernour ished or ma!- dent 0. w. Carrell presided a t the Krejci a nd Hertz a dded more b efore t h e Kansas team was able t o .:iwe e 0 . is prot~ges between hal- nourished and 50 percent are damaged debate. point s a nd then Mr. W asley, not being t ally · and t hen only a free th zow · b y iod ves, soon for ttallied he score m t"'I.th he second per- by t he ignorant affection and love of 14 14 Ong ~tock Since I·t was t"he first debate for sa tisfied wit h g uar ding, only pr oN orrie, g uard. The half ended after b ..,h ' " "' t he parents by not being taught the 11 Gr enne and Show h ad ag ain fou nd u · proper habit s when their minds are t he Nebra ska Central t eam t hey were ceeded t o rmg up two baskets and However a free t hr ow by Syrac11se t hus it was u nt il at t he half the score t h e h oop, with the count st anding ' most flexible. The t eacher should taken at an adva ntage because of ung ave the ·Ot oe county player s a new put forth his grea test efforts in fa ·1· ·t ·th t · 1 t d stood 25 t o 8. FG FT F Pts 11 to 1. leas e, a nd t wo goals soon followed righting t hese wrong s, a nd t r y and m1 iari Y WI ma eria presen e Peru ( 46 ) 6 12 from precarious angles. Another b f t h bl by the neg ative. Peru's main Malm (f) .. ' . .. Sabetha came back in t he second p 1ace e ore e pu ic the necessity 1 2 1 half to bag t wo neat u nd erbasket free thr ow ended the sc~ring for t he of physical examinat ions ~nd the cor- strength lay in give-and-take rebutSelk (f) .. ... .. . 2 4 10 shots only to h ave t heir r ally cut game. rection of all defects. t al, and direct attack of the oppoKrejci (c) · · · · · 4 4 The summary·. T he number of diseased throats, de- nent s' case. Wa lsey (g) · · ' · · 2 s hort by a time-out. From then on The arg uments of the 1 5 3 the t wo teams battled on relatively Syracuse (20) FG F T F P t s f ect 1ve • Hertz (g) . ... .. 2 eyes, a n d ears a r e amazing. P eru t eam were hardly assailed dur1 4 2 3 ,even t erms. Andrews (f ) 6 Th t f .11 h It h . h U Rothert . . . . . . . . . 2 4 3 0 Cloyed (f) 4 8 e cos I . ea m t e nited · :ng t he entire debate. H Both quints played clever impeneStates for one .year is estimated at urst · · · · · · · · · · 2 4 3 trable defensive g ames. W aters, the Leisge (c ) . . . 2 1 1 5 t wo billion dollars. Seven out of "'fhe unanimous decision was r enBr ockman . . . . . . . 2 1 gian t center, and Norrie, diminutive L. Witt (g ) 1 every hundred children have some de- der ed by Rev. W. L . Ruyle of Aurora, Zor n . .... . . . .. . 2 g uar d, wer e the brigh t lig hts in the Wilkins (g ) 1 1 1 for mity, and there is a· miscella neous Attorney Wilber Long of Columbus, Pike · · · · · · · · · · · · 1 Kansas five, while Show, forward , assortment of minor d efects which and Attorney Robert Brower of Ful- -- - -- Miner, center, and Grenne forward 2 · 5 · 20 may. develop into something serious ler t on. Tot al · · · · · · · · 21 4 17 4.6 9 T otal · l Referee : H yatt, .. abo,'-h<> . carried -t he Dawson ban~er. Th~ · · F G FT F\ Pts m a t'er years. · After the debat e an informal re"'" "' dribbling of F unk, midg et Dawson Ong (14) 2 4 Many time, a child i~ considered ccption was held for t he deba:ter s a nd Cbadron (l 3) F G F T F Pts Cassell . .. g uard, was the feature of Class A 2 4 1 8 st upid or i nattentive by par ent s or their coaches, a nd the judgef;. S mith (0 · · · · · · · 1 2 4 Benson . .. ·competition. He was alw ays a t hreat 2 observers when in r eality he ha s deP eru debater s report the hospitalHar m (f) · · · · · · · 2 2 1 Olson ,on offense and a formid able opponfective hea ring. "Healt h is more ity of the Quaker school f ar above E'.elley (c) · · · · · · 1 3 1 Nelson . . . ' . .. . .. than not being sick." Intellectual that usually eqcountered in colleges. Co:r;n (g) • · · · · · · · ent on def ense. 2 1 2 1 J ohnson The summary: · hygiene is one of the foremost fac- E xtreme friendliness a nd c0rdiality H unsack (g) · · · · 1 1 4 3 14 tors. The t eacher's per sona lit y has was extended to ·t he Peru repr esen J a szcowiak · · · · · · l 1 5 Total 2F a n important place in mak_ing con- t at ives, who in this debate established Strangle · · · · · · · · Referee-Selk. ditions pleasant a nd conducive to pr o- t he first intercolle·g iate relation beShow, f ----- ----------- 3 3 2 9 ' 13 1 Miner, c - --------- ---- 1 0 0 2 Dawson Takes Peru's Scalp p er study. He should have himself in tween Nebraska Central a nd Peru. Tot al · · · · · · · · · 2 9 hand a nd should have discipline with- I Ralph Chatelain f or Peru, a nd Prof . Chad ron Loses Again 'C.ummins - - - ---- - - ----- 0 0 O 0 out excitin g n~rvousness on the part . Crosbie for Central a cted as t imeCoach K u toink's Bobcats forced t he Funk, g --- - - --------- 1 0 O 2 In the first Cla ss A g ame played, of the »hild. keeper s during the deba t e. € h adr on Eag les into submission by the P eru Bobkittens were v anquished H e s hould be r ea sona ble and nat• the score of 33 to 14 in the last of a Total - ------- ------ - - 6 3 4 15 Sabetha (11} FG FT F P ls by Dawson 16 to 13. urally \!Onstructve, a nd take every GOLDSMITH INSTALLS T RI BETA two-g ame invasion on t he P eru cou r t In ii very close game, the P er u means t o prevent r idicule , fright or Saturday n ig ht before a large MINK Myrick, f - ------------- 0 0 O O P rep t eam was eliminated from the a ny f eeling of inferiority in his puStoner, f ___ __: ____ _____ 1 0 1 2 tou r nament crowd. t ourney. The game was a fast and pils. The child should be m a de t o William M. Goldsmith, Ph. D., na T he visitors showed recup erat ion Waters, c --- ---- ------ 2 0 1 4 exciting one. Until the last whistle feel t hat he can succeed in life, and tional pr esident of Tri Beta, was well from the long drive and Friday's Smith, g ------ - - --- - -- o O 2 O had blown, the game was not decided. should be t aught to face the r ealI.tI"es received when he addressed the stu d Norrie, g - ------ - - - --- - 1 3 0 5 g ame, an displayed a better brand Alt hough the Dawson team ob- of file honestly and wit h a p ur pose. dent body Monday at convocat ion . Hov!'! r son, f - - - -------- 0 0 1 0 Th At the Tri Beta installation dinn er of ball in their l ast appearance. tained a lead in the first quarter, it . e ha bits of da y dreamfog, vanThe game opened with a bang. was never in a safe position. ity a nd boa stfulness should be dis- ity Monday evening, he spoke on " Hered- "S pike" Malm was first t o locate the ver sus E nvironment." T ot al --- ----------- 4 3 5 11 There was quite a number of fouls courag e d. If t his wer e brought ahoop. Tw ice the big Bobcat forward Class B To Shubert ma de by each t eam, but the pla ying bout foreign cri·t 1·cs would n ot say By t he results . of experiments s1.IpJ"ed t he b all throug h t he basket 1 b d citing The Class B finals offered one of fouls wer e the r esult of the fast pla y- so knowingly, "An American." ma e Y severa emment scientists, Th. l he est ablished in the minds of his for four po~n.ts. Then the storm the best games of the entire tourna- ing . Arthur Bell refereed the g ame. Is ecture was the second of its listeners the t heory tha t charact er - broke. Kre3c1, lV!_alm, a nd Selk took ment. Shuber t nosed ou t .Syracuse by P er u. ~rep (13) FG FT F Pts kind g iven at the college a uditorium istics acquir ed during t he lif eti f t urns at bombarding the hoop, with margin of 21 to 20. Wilh a ms (f ) 1 1 t his semester, and they are recog- an individual a!'e not transmitt~: too l ocassional cont r ibut ions by Hertz and Sayers and Howard of Shubert 1 Cowell (f ) . · . . . . . 1 1 1 nized a s very educa tional. descendants, but t hat t he g erm plasm W as1ey . . . . fl ashed some classy b asketball conRailsba ck (c ) .. .. 4 2 3 10 of t he individual may be dir ect! afEven t he msertion of substit utes mstantly threat end by the Syracuse Applegate (g ) . . . 1 2 1 f ected by environment , producin: a b- to the li ne-up didn' t change the time NEMAHA VS. BE NN ETT q uintet with long and short shots, Polston (g ) 1 normalit ies in the offspring. Small of t he att ack. T he h alf ended 16 to 2. while miller, Shubert guard, came in Coach Catlett's t eam proved t o be influences do not cause noticeable Peru (33) FG FT F Pts Total . . . . . . . 4 5 7 13 for his sh ar e of points. Dawson (16) FG FT F P t s ~oo powerful for the Bennett quintet changes, b~t it ~s easi~y demonstrated l,\1alm, f --------------- 2 0 8 4 Andt ews of Syracuse execut ed r eGr een (f) ... 2 4 12 8 m a basketball g ame opening the I t ha t cer tam poisons do p roduce ab- Selk, f --- - ------------ 2 0 0 4 markable long shots from near the The normalities. Lea d and tobacco wer e Krejci, c -------------- 3 8 2 9 Shaw (f ) . . . . . . . 2 2 4 MINK tournament a t P eru. -center of the floor, m akin g the g ame Hert z, g -------------- 2 1 1 5 Minor (c ) . . . . .. . 2 2 4 game was f ull of h umor and spills a mong the poisons m ent ioned. sensation al in spots. . as well as good t eam work a nd ac- \ A new use f or the X-i-ay was also W asley, g ------------ 2 0 0 4 Cummins (g ) The r emarkable dribbling of Howcurate shooting. At t he beginning explained. Brief ly, Professor Mul- H u r st, f -------------- 1 0 1 2 3 Funk (g ) ard, Shubert forw ar d, fi g ured l argely of th~ gam~ t he scor e was about even j ler finds that by treating flies ":'ith Rothert, f ------------ 1 0 0 2 in the defeat of Syracuse, combined 4 9 16 and 1t contmued to r emain that wa y X-ray~, the g~nes or h ypothetical You.ng, f -------------- 0' 0 0 0 Tot al .... . ... . 6 with the form ation of Sayer and Mil-----until t he close of t he g ame wit h Ne- hered1tary part icles, are affec;t ed, s o Br oc kman ------------ 0 0 0 -0 ler, the scoring machines. UNION 18; VESTA 7 maha in t he l"ea d. t hat mutations occur much more fre- B oot l1, f --------------- 1 1 0 .,o A lon g shot from near the cent er Vest a ( ) FG FT F P ts Nemaha (19 ) FG F T F P ts quently, 150 t imes as of ten a s in na- Zorn, g --------------- 0 O O O 7 put Syr acuse in the le ad by one Wrigh t (f ) Kerher (f ) 3 Delzell, g ------------- 0 O O O 6 tur e. poin near the end of the g ame, but Clark (f ) . . Allen (f ) . . . .3 2 If muta tions can be produced arti- P ike, g ---------------- O O O O 8 1 2 5 was almost immediat ely over came by Stephenson (c ) ficially and at will in plants and an- - - 1 a shot from Miller, p utting bert Shineley (g ) imals, t he work of t he animal a nd Total ------------ 14 5 7 83 Endicott (c) 1 S di one p oint ah ead just a few s conds e locek ocek ((gg)) 1 2 Ser Moore (g ) 2 1 F G FT F Pts 1 5 plant breeder will be g reatly a ccel- Chadro n (14) before t he fin al gun. cr ated. There shall no longer be Smith, f -------------- 2 1 2 5 (Summar y on P age 1 ) 3 3 19 a need for an empir ical genius, such Hamm, f --------- ----- O 1 2 1 Total . .. . . 8 as Burbank, but results will be ob- Kelley, c ------------ 2 0 1 4 1 T otal . . . . . . . 3 7 DeWitt ~~; Class C FG FT ' F Pts tained by quantit ive labora to1·y Conn, g --- ----------- 1 0 1 2 Union ( 18) · FG FT F Pts Bennett ( 13) In t h e Class C fin als De Witt, coach K ing (f) 1 2 methods . Stangle, g ------------ O 1 1 l Mead(f ) ....... . 3 6 ed by H. B. T aylor, beat St erling, I n closing, Dr. Golds mith presented Hunsacker, f ---------- O 1 0 1 Lambarn (f ) McGuin (f ) . . . . 5 1 10 coached by F. H. Koolm an, by the 11 the char ter and t old of t he foundation Jaszkowiak ------------ O 0 1 0 Ander son (f ) .. Ross ( c) 3 4 score of 22 to 15. Nida y (c ) . . . Spriur-;er ( g ) of Tri Beta in 1922. He set forth - - - 1 At the end of the h alf DeWitt was N iday ( g ) . , .. . . Ca neron ( g ) the pu r poses of the society ; namely , Total -------------- 5 4 S 14 2 leadin g Sterlin g 12 to 4, and St er li ng to promote sound sch olarship, to disRefer ee: Elliott, Nebraska; Score Harris ( g ) .... . . came b ack and scored more p oints 3 1 13 seminate !>Cientific knowledge, and to ke per, R us. ell, Nebraska; Time-keep. Ervin (i; ) .... , .. Tot.al . .. . 5 than De Witt in the second h alf. The Totfll . ........ 9 encourage research. er, Doyle, Peru. 1 18 Ii~ Cerce: Selk.

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Ong Takes First Game

. ~ . manent da te for the contest at Julian, T h e Ong c agester s, coached by FulNjlbraska City gamed the right to given u nder the auspices of the Senton Davenport, former Peru athlete, compete . in the Class A semi-finals ior cla ss of Julian h igh school. ma de a good showing in the first by handmg Falls City the short end The date has been set at March 13. r ound of Class B by eliminating of a 24 to 12 count, Friday night in E lmw ood by a decisive score of 20 the college gymnasium. PLAy AT AUBURN BANQUET to 14. The two teams had met twice this L t W d d · Ong (20) FG FT F P ts season in scheduled games and both , as e nes ay everun~ Mess~s. . N eb ras k a c·1ty h a d prove d h er Benford and Clayburn, Miss Emily C. Wayne (f ) 3 1 7 t 1mes . Th e purp1e and gold Burton, and 2 2 1 O superi· 0 n ·ty. . Mr. Jmdra played sev- L. Benson (f ) . d . , h . : eral select ions for the banquet spon- B. Olsen (c) . . . .. . 2 I 1 i were even more d et errrune m .; e1r ' . . t' g t 1 fl t h ! sored by the Presbyterian brother- L. Nelson (g ) .... . 1 1 2 mee 1~ .on a neu ra oor, as . e ; hood of Auburn. H. J ohnson (g ) .. . score md1cates, and unleashed a driv - 1 ing offense to double ttie score. 4 Nebr. City (24) FG FT F Pts HEAR GARALA CONCERT Total ..... .. . . 8 20 Rodgers (rf) 3 6 i Mr. and Mrs, Robert T. Benford, 1 M' R h Shelley, I rma B roo k es, E lmwood (14) FG FT F Pts. Chapman (lf) . . . . 3 1 1 7 . 1sses ut 1 7 · ·· · i and Vict or H Jindra visited Omaha I R. K eckler (f ) · · · · 3 Sterner (c) . ..... 2 1 1 5 11 Th d · . P. Hulfish (f) '1 1 1 3 ast urs ay evenmg. ····· 4 Owen~ (rg) · · · · · They att ended the Omaha sym- A. Broclanan (c ) · · 2 1 4 2 Mcintire (lg) · · · · ~phony concert in which Pablo Carala A. Wilkens (g) · · · 2 Stewart (rf) . . . . 3 1 6 h . ' D Ruem1'1es (g ) 3 t e wor1d's best known celhst, ap· ··· Conley (lg) . . . . . d -----peare . conkl'm ('rg ) · · · · T otal . . . . . . . . . 6 2 7 14 GROSSOEHME RE-ELECTED Total . ... .... 11 2 10 24 Mr. William Grossoehme, superinMORE MINK NEW S LATE R Falls City (12) FG FT- F Pts tendent of schools at Springfield, NebAccounts of MINK tourney games Fisher (rf) . ... . . 1 2 1 raska, was re-elected with a substan- which do not appear in this issue will be published next week. G. Fowler (lf) .. . 2 4 8 tial increase in salary. Hessler (c) ... . .. 1 1 2 Mr. Grossoehme received his degree Rowley (rg) ... . from Peru in 1926. Large Track Squad a t H astings A squad of sixty m en including Holtzendorf (lg) . 1 1 1 Linseley (lg) .. . . MELTON TO STEELE CITY sixteen letter men app eared on t he Hilliard (rf) . .. . Mr. V. Casler was re-elected super- I ~inder pat h for a work out accord-. Tilly (c) . . .. . . . tendent at Steele City, Nebraska, but mg to Coach Young, the coach at didn't accept. Hast ings college. All of the m en ex6 4 12 Charles Melton of the class of 1926, pect t o represent Hastings at t he inTotal . .. ...... 3 was elected in Mr. Casler's place. door t rack meet to be ·held at Lincoln Referee: Kaltenborn. on Februar y 25.

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The College placement burea u has I Ikey: E ver had trigonemetry ? dress of the evening to a very interThe Senior class has r ecently deTalmage nosed Dunbar out of the sent letters-t o every town in Nebraska Shorty : No, I've been vaccinated. ested crowd. His talk was on cided to produce "Daddies" by John Class B running in the first rounds inquiring for vacancies. · "Travel in Hawaii." Mr. Anderson Hobble, for their Senior class play. by a score of only 6 to 5. Many vacancies are being received Some p eople have never ridden in has taught in Hawaii, and the facts Mrs. Joder was elected director of the A. Hansen, forward, and R. and the students are being notified! a taxi; but they've been r obbed on he disclosed were very interesting play, '}'hich will be staged April 27. Frericq, center of the Talmage team, as rapidly as possible. the street. and amusing. made the running list by continuous · J --Hawaii, in legends, is full of hula "JUNIOR HIGHS" TO DEBATE threats at t he basket. If you imagine that this is a cold, There are several rea sons why a dancers and grass skirts, but in realJackson and Carey made t hreats ' unsympathetic world, tell people that young fem inine sprite is ca Ued ity it is a civilized country. The Resolved: That capital punish- but only threats and the game ended you have a cold and listen to their " chicken." For instance, she often natives are fast disappearing, but the ment should be retained as a penalty in Talmage's fa~or. suggestions. I uses foul language. la nguage is still prevalent and for for premeditated murder, is the quesSubstitutions Dunbar·; John for this reason it is no easy task to teach tion for debate to be presented by the Westthroats, Pettenger for Casey. the childr~n. ninth grade social science class WedMINK SCHEDULE Dunbar ( 5) FG FT F · Pts CLASS A The situation in the schools is not nesday, February 22. Pettenger .. ... . . a pleasant one. The text books are The teams are: Jackson . .. .. .... 1 2 j Auburn -------------1 1 not suited to what these children ob- Affirmative Negative ~Sabetha 24-15 --------; 2 8:30 p. m., Friday Casey . . . . . ..... . 2 serve for themselves. They read a- Wilma Annam Huston Kingsolver Sabetha Harpster . . . .... . 1:40 p •. m., Saturday Sabetha 40-16 ----bout snow in the mountains and of Ario Monroe Junior Hostertnann Vao Dusen . .... . 1 1 1 F alls Cit y -----------1 "Jack Frost," and many other events Darrell Rarlsbach Lillian Mayfield 9:20 p. m., Friday ~Nebraska City 24-12 -Westthroats .. .. . that they cannot even imagine in that Coach, William O'Krent; Judges : Nebraska City -------l Johns ....... . , 9:20 p. m, Sat urday land of perpetual summer. Mr. An- Cecil Stark, Harlan Heilig /and MarPeru P rep ----------1 ,_. derson gave a humorous account of garette Rhodus. T otal . . . .. 3_ 2 1 5 ....:Ju p. m., Frid ay - - - rD awson 16-13 -------- } Cf' his attempt at teaching his pupils the Dawson -------- -- ---1 :;:: "Star Spangled Banner." · Talmage (6) FG FT F Pts 2:30 p. m . Saturday Dawson 18-14 ----- . SHUBERT VS. TALMAGE Mathematics is hardest of all subA. Hansen ... . . 2 4 Bye (Swanton 1-0 - - -------jects for the children to understand. L. P aben .. ..... . 2 The Shubert quintet won a place Swanton ------------! In Hawaii "it i:iever rains but it in the class B fin als by putting T alR. Frericks ... . 1 1 2 CLASS B pours." The annual rainfall is be- mage out of the running in the semiH . Stromer .. . .. . tween 200 and 300 inches, and the finals. V. Shields . . .. . : . 1 Syracuse veg etation is luxurious. The game was fast and furious 2:15 p. m. Friday ~':lyracuse 19-10 There are many Chinese and Jap- from ~tart to finish, with Howard, 6 Bradshaw -----------1 Total . . . . . . . . . 3 4 9:40 a. m. Saturday Syracuse 20--14 ---anese on the islands and they operate Shubert flash, displaying remarkable most of t he restaurants and shops skill as an offensive player and drib· ·supt. A. B. Gelkick, a former Peru 20-14 - ---------The buildings are not very tall and bier. man, h as been re-elected at Falls Elmwood ------------J there are no large cities. Honolulu, 8:3(J p. m. Sat urday City for a t hree-year term. with a population of 80,000, is the Shubert -------------1 CLASS B FINALS ....NI 1:30 p. m., Friday ~Shubert 28-16 largest city on the islands. , ~ 1 BRATTON UNION WINS 22-6 Humboldt ---------- J The talk was so interesting that Syracuse (20) FG FT F Pts 10:30 a. m. Saturday Shubert 20-18 - - - - - 0 Mr. Anderson was pressed with ques- Andrews -------------- 5 O 2 10 Dunbar - --- - --------) Bratton Union defeated Brock in an 11:15 a. m., Frid ay ~Talmage 6-5 - --- ---- -tions after the meeting had ad- Cloyd ---------------- 3 ~o 3 6 ill-match ed game Friday afeternoon. Talmage ------------J "' jour ned. Leisge --- - - ----------- ' 1 2 O 4 The score, which was 22 to 6, is an Wilt --- ---- - - - -------- 0 0 1 0 accurate indication of the whole CLASS C I Sterling Wins Semi-Finals Wilkins ------- ------ ::: 0 0 2 0 game. Bratton Union gained the lead early in the first quarter, and held it 19-13 9 2 8 20 Palmyra, lost the third game in the easily thruout the entire game. Bennet - - --- ------ -- . 3:45 p. m. Friday Palmyra 14-1• - --Peru MINK tournament to_t he flashy Coach, P. M. Reid. Altho the Brock quintet put forth Cit Murdock ------------1 Sterling quintet by a small margin. Shubert (21) every effort, they could not stand up 9:00 a. m. Friday ¥ rPalmy ra 19-5 ------ -The game opened with plenty of fight Howard, f - - - --------- 1 3 1 5 ::!. under the heavier and shiftier Brat· Palmyra ------------J ;· and pep when Sterling dropped a Sayre, f - -- --- -------- 3 0 0 6 ton Union t eam. 8:00 a. m., Saturday beautiful shot from the side of the H ar ris, c _.:___________ 0 0 3 . 0 Brock (6) FG FT F Pts Sterling -------------1 court for a count of two points. Pal- Lambert, g ------------ 0 0 0 0 2:15 p. m. Frid ay ---- ~Sterling 10-8 M. Evans, f ------------ 0 0 0 0 Greenleaf -----------J myra tied the score a few seconds Miller, g --- - --------- - 5 0 1 10 3 Horan, f ------------- 0 3 O 5:15 p. m. Friday Sterlin g 27-13 ----later in the first quarter. During thi; Reynolds ------------1 Williamson, c --------- 1 1 0 3 second quarter a great number of lO:ilO a. m. Friday - -- ~ Reynolds 8-7 -------9 3 4 21 Hutchinson, c ---------- 0 0 1 0 Table Rock ----------1 personal fouls were m ad e by both Coach, J. T. Herman. Scrinfer, g - ----------- 0 0 . O 0 teams, but very few of t h e free shots R efer ee, Bell. Umpire, Krejci. L. Evans, g ------- - - - - 0 0 2 0 Spring field -:---- - - ---} . were m ade. The h alf end ed with 1:30 p. m. Fnday ---- Valpara1so 20-11 Sterling in the lead by a one-point Valparaiso ---- ---- -CLASS C FINALS 1 4 3 6 3:45 p. m. Friday Valparaiso 21-11 - marg in, five to four. P awnee Cit y --------1 Palmyra. (8) . FG FT F Pts DEWITT vs: STERLING Bratton Union (22) FG FT F Pts 12:45 p. m. Friday ~Unadilla 13-8 -------Pts Pierce, f - - ----------- - 4 1 1 9 Unadillll ------------J FT 8:50 a. m~ Saturday 6 Standford, f ------- ---- 2 0 1 5 Rudye, c - - ----------- 1 0 1 2 Thompson ----- -----.. - 4 8 Leach c -------------- 3 0 1 6 lne W itt (forfeit) Nash, g (c) ----- - - --- 0 1 3 1 Miller .... I 1 Gillard, c - --- ------ --- 0 0 0 0 Willis (Kans.) ------- l Graves, g - ----------- 1 1 1 3 Schneid~~--~~~~~~~~~~~: 1 R emmer s, g - ----- ------ O 0 1 0 6:15 p. m. Fri<lay 1 - - - Boden L.. - - ---- -----Br ock ---------------1 · DeWitt 37-10 --- --Glather, g - - ---- - ------ 1 0 1 2 2 4 7 8 Eilers -------- - - -----3:00 p. m. Friday ~Bratton Union ~2-6 3 Bratton Union -------J 10 2 4 22 Sterling (14) FG FT F Pts CLASS D Total -------- - - - - --- 7 1 6 15 Caley, f --- - --- - - - ---- 1 O 3 2 Hazel Hutchinson and Beatrice MusMiller, f - ------------- 0 O 0 0 De Witt (22) FG FT F Pts selmum spent the week end at their Sacred Heart 9:4.5 a. m. Friday Sacred Heart 11-4 , Tompson, f ------- - - - - - 2 6 O 9 7 h omes. ~tella -------------Fort - - -------- ------- - 3 1 Schneider, c (c) ------ 1 1 1 3 11:20 a. m. Saturday Sacred Heart 13-lL ::t: Pfeifer --- ---------- --0 Baden, g - - ------------ O 0 l 0 11 Presnell --- ---- ------- 5 I Dr. E. B. H a yes and Dr. F ordyce 18-7 ---------Eilers,. g -------------- O 0 3 0 1 ~ Krakie --------------were in convocation attendance t o Union --------------1 4 Norton -~-------------- 2 h ear Dr. H. 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In the last of the Class B first Sebetha, Kansas, winners of Class to The Lincoln Star, we il)ovite you round games, Syracuse won over A in 1926, opened their tournament Midland college's second annual to join the big family of satisfied At the Dramatic club meeting last Bra dshaw by the score of 19 to 10. competition by handing Auburn, last Little · Theater tournament w111 ~e Star readers. . . Thursday evening, Febrl,lary 16, BerThe game was fast with neither team year'sClass A winners, a 24 to 15 held in the college auditorium FriThe first and foremos~ ob3ect1ve of nard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" having a distinct a dvantage. drubbing in the big gymnasium, Fri- day, April 13, under the auspices of The Star is the production of a real was presented. The play, whic~ was In a game that was in a state of 1 day nig ht. . . the Midland player s and the college newspaper for its readers, and in 1 read library dtyle, was under the di- being undecided until the completion The fast_ breakmg offensive of t he dramatic club, according to Miss Win- producing this newspaper no effort . · Jf it the Syrcuse team won the right Kansas qumtet pro ved too much for ifred Lorimer, t he instructor of dra- is spared in making it meet the exrec t 10n ofM yrl"m Mc Gmre. , . ·;o go into the next round of the tour- the red and green, while the wmner s matics. pectations and requirements of ita The play was a very good one anc f . . 11 d f b k t f th 1ey. At no time durrng the contest defense a owe ew as e s rom e readers. was well presented. It was termed ~ould the team that won feel entirely fiel d. h The Star witb its two big leased The study of lives of Oma a newsby the author .himself as being one 1safe. The summary: d" wire services, The Associated Press · boys has been interesting accor mg Of the 1ple"sant Jllays that has been The g·ame typified very well what Auburn (15) FG FT F Pts b and The International News Service, .., to Harold Ceercy, who has een conproduced by him. the hig h school teams are doing in Andrews (lf) . . . . l, 1 2 ducting the inquiry as part of his provides the strongest news facilities. Sloan (rf) . . . . . . 1 /'4 \»orl' i· n th e soc1a . 1 researc h c1ass un- The worlds g1·eatest cartoonists conTh 1 ened W·1"th t h e rec1•ta l basketball,· that is, the game was e events P ay opof a battle between t he played in a very commendable way, Reed (c) 2 4 der " Profesor ' 1 u t e t 0 The Star. I ts S ports and of the Sullenger, at Omaha uni- tr"b being featured by hard, fast playi~g. Sailors (lg) . · ·.. 1 1 Market pages are the latest and best. A S Bulgarians and Servians. er· versity. 1 vian fugitive appears in the home of Ong was Syracuse's next opponent. Stewart (rg) ·.. . The -Star is a twenty-four hour newsFG FT F Pts Kruger (lf) ·. · .. 2 4 h . days paper, all the news, i;ull and complete the Bulgarl· an leader in the war. Syracuse (19) 1 t th , 1 9 R"1sse ( c ) · · · · · · · ,,. , "We are h,,earing ah o ese i ·m each e d"t" .t wond erAndrews (f ) . . . i. 4 1 . 1 10n an d w1'th is T his fugitive is saved by a young cl oyed (f) · · · · · · · 4 8 about yout 'h was t e opemng senBulgarian lady. f 1 dd · last ful features can serve all your newsT · 2 Total 6 3 2 15 Wednesday tence 0 a cat ape a ress given by j paperh wants. It is the paper for As th'e story progresses, the heroes eisage ( c ) · · · · · 1 Nebraska Wesleyan return from the war and tell of how T. Witt (g) · · · · · h (24) FG FT F Pt c A ff" · 1 your ome. 0 w 1·llons · (g ) · · · · · Sabet a (lf) icia · The. subscription rat.es are ~4.00 a stranger had aided in escaping by Stoner 3 1 6s "Dad" Elliot, the Y. M. · · The stran· h (rf) 2 --1.. daily, and $5.00 daily with Sunday Some Bulirarian Ladies. 3 3 8 - a coat that he had been Total 1 1 19 Mymc (c) ... · · ·. ·. ·. 3 At the regulard meeting 6 ger returns ··· 9 Waters 1 . f of the •t Xit per yeir. These hrates are · extremel d dy 2 Chi, honorary lea ersh1p raterm 1Y a low considering t e service . r en ere f. loaned to escape in. The stranger Bradshaw (10) FG FT F Pts Smith (lg) . . .... 1 7 1 comes under the name of Captain Carson (f) ...... 2 Norrie (rg) . . . . . Kearney college, last Tuesday , Pans Give The Star a trfa this year i 1 4 Bluntshi. Noyls (f) . . . . . . . 1 Hoverson (lf) .. . 1 Mail 2 2 wer~ formulated for an all school con- you are not now a reader. The plot of the play is then comMason (c) ....... 1 test. All students of the college will your subscription direct to The Lin1 2 plicated by jealousy being aroused in Morrison (g) .... 1 Total ... . .... 10 t pe~e coin Star or pay any authorized Star 1 2 2 6 24 be given a.? oppfortunityd 1t1o com the mind of Sergius, who is a suitor Palm~r (g) . . . . . . for the prize o ten o ars o e agent. h h · th t Bl t h · given, as they will be allowed t o Advertisement. of Raina, t e erorn~, a un s 1 Total ......... 5 1 1 10 SPRINGFiELD VS. VALPARAISO choose their subjects in any of the is loved by R·a ina. The plot is solZorn: referee. In a har d fought game, Valparaiso ved by 13ergious claiming Louka, a nosed out Springfield with the score following fields: music, arts, physiservant girl, for his wife. After he SACRED HEART 11; STELLA 4 of 20 to 11. At the begi~ing of the cal science, biological science and soc- Q COMING has shown that he is of the nobility, game, both teams displayed good ial science. (J fH~DAY, FRIDAY, SATUR· Bluntshi is allowed to ask for the FT F Pts team work .a nd accurate shooting. ---Sacred Heart (ll)FG · hand of fair Raina. , At the end of the half the score was Letters f r om th. e ch airman of the /l DAY, Lawhorn (f) · . · · · · 1 b f executive committees of Wayne and , ~ \f ut not or 1 2 in Valparaiso's favor, February 23, 24, 25 . PRESTON VISITS PERU Kanaly (f) . . . . . . . 1 2 enough along to cinch the game. Kearney indicate that there will be The year's greatest screen O'Grady (f) · · · · · · 2 1 2 large attendance from each of these John D. Preston, who attended production, 1 REYNOLDS VS. TABLE ROCK . r espective colleges at the ' state school in Peru in 1887, was in Peru Backos (-c) . . . . . . . 2 1 2 . · of R eyno lds, teachers college asociation to be held \f /l r ecently on busines. Mr. Preston is Weoner (c) · · · · · · · Owen Zoo k's qumtet 2 Nebraska, de.foated Table Rock by a at Peru later this spring. now president of the John D. Pres- Finch (f) · · · · · · · · · 1 2 · There are four colleges in this aston Supply Conpany of St. Joseph, Casey (g) · · · · .,. · · large margin, the score bemg eighteen Missouri. li to seven. The game started wit h sociation. Last year the heeting was ' - Total .... .... . 4 3 8 While he was here, Mr. Preston Reynolds taking the lead, but at the at Kearney. Chadron will attempt Stella (4) FG FT F Pts end of the half the score was almost to attend, even though she is far away. took opportunity to look over the COMING spots which were once familiar to J. Bourke (f) even; however, Reynolds was in the 2 . him. Except, for the scenery, which H. Bourke (f ) , . .. 1 "STUDENT PRINCE" 4 lead. The clever team work of ReyPATE TO GO TO BOSTON r March 8, 9, 10 of course changes very slowly or not W. Smith (c) .. .. . nolds seemed to b~ a puzzle. No r During the early part of this week, at all, most of the campus was Moody '(g) . ..... . . 2 one knew where the ball .was going President Pate is to leave for !Bo::;ton. strange to him. The one place that J. Veal (g) ... . . . . 3 until a basket was made. Freeman While there, be is to attend the meet' caused Mr. Preston to feel , at home of Reynolds displayed his "wares" by ing of the American Association of ~~~~ TOtal . . . . . .... 1 was the old Normal hall. Mr. Pres2 5 4 making four baskets. Teach ers Colleges. This meeting is ton attended school in that building Refer ee-Delzell. to be on February 24. Then, begin- ~~ along with Judge Troup of Omaha, a . Shubert 28; Humboldt ~6 ning on February 27, the National Q J. D. Graves classmate of his. GRASS ELECTED PRESIDENT Association of Principles and SuperAttorney at Law A special meeting of the Delta Al- Displaying a clever brand of bas- intendents is to have a convention. Insurance Rentals; Notary PubHOME-KEEPERS MEET pha Pi Fraternity was called Tues- ketball, the highly touted Shubert five President Pa,te is t o attend t his meetlic; Collections · A hostess meeting of the honie- day, February 14, for the purpose ofr eliminated the Humboldt team "from ing also. The latter convention will Peru Nebraska . keepers of young men and young wo- electing officers. The following e- the Class B running; 28 to 16, .Fri- be in progress during most of the ~~~ men of the college was held in t he lected are to hold-their respective of- day afternoon in the big gymnasium. week. faculty room Wednesday night, Feb- fkes until next January : Amzie Howard and Saynes, Shubert's r ua ry 15. Practically every hostess Grass, president; Ada Eyre, vice- flashy forwards, held · the limelig ht HATTON v1cE-PRESIDENT' A. E. Johnson, D. D. S. who keeps boys or girls was in at- president; Emma Wood, secretary; throughout the contest, hitting the A.t the. regular meeting of the Iowa tendance. Dean Dunning presided. Lillian Brady, treasurer; Lorraine basket from almost any angle or club held in the librar y basement FebPHONE 36 , After a short talk by Dean Del- Anderson, reporter. ·range. ruary 14, Ruth Hatton was elected , zell on the increasing improvements Shubert (28) FG FT F Pts vice president. The club pin was ~=~~~ in home conditions for the men of Saynes . . .. . INFIRMARY KEPT BUSY 3 1 1 adopted and has been or'd er ed. the college, the following r ead paHoward .. .. ."... . . 6 1 13 Again, the infirmary is perhaps the The social part of the program, con- =-<.;::,..=~"'>=~~=~ pers: Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. Brady. Harris . .. ... . . . . most often visited building on the sisting of a progressive game of ~ When in need of a good An address was given by the school Miller . . .... . . . . 3 campus, due to colds, tonsilitis, and an 6 Hearts, was arranged by students haircut try nurse, Miss Johns on. Lambert ... . .. . . unusual unmber of injuries. from other than Mills and Fremont ~ Chester 2 The faculty members on the sick 2 counties. BOB KNAPP DeWitt Enters Finals list are: Grace M. Petersen, Esther Delicious apples and doughnuts (Next to Gaines Hall) Q Tota l A. Clark, and Dean W. N. Delzell. 12 4 28 were served. ~ Substitutes: Chester for Ho-w ard. ~ Dewitt defeated the larger Valparaiso team in the semi-finals of FIRST AID ADVICE Humboldt (16) FG FT' F Class C by the score 24 to 12. By Emily Johnson Kuper. . . . . . . 4 The Dewitt boys had a deadly eye Sheard . ... .. .... 2 Fir st aid for "colds" will often 1 for the basket, Presnell and Norton keep a student from any absent marks. Fryberger 1 being tied for high point men, each Health will r a ise your pay checks. Watzke .. . . . . . . . WHEN IN NEBRASKA CITY ALWAYS EAT AT getting 1 eight points, and Pfeifer Weig h up to normal. Doorland .. .. .. . . 1 second with seven points, which shows Keep your teeth and mouth clean. how well balanced the team is. Use Jes~ h air oil with less perTotal ... ...... 7 2 Lynch of Valpariaso scored nine fume. points for his team, but his team Practice the walk that comes with PALMYRA 19; MURDOCK 5 mates fell down in the scoring. the spring with a little r eserve Dewitt is coached ·by H. B. Taylor, strength. Palmyra (19 ) FG FT F Pts Meals, Home-made Candies, Fountain Service a nd Valpariaso is coached by Arthur Luff (f) . . .. 1 6 3 M~jors. Huten (f ) 1 3 1 Dewitt (21 ) FG FT F Pts Dawson Wins Again, 18-14 NEXT TO PARAMOUNT THEATER Rudge (c) 4 2 8 Presnell 4 1 8 Nash (g ) 1 2 1 Pfeifer . . ... . .. . 3 FG FT F Pts 1 4 7 Dawsod (18) Groves (g) . . Norton 4 1 8 Greene, f ------ - - ---- -- 3 2 O 8 Krakie 1 1 1 Show, f --------- ~--- - O O O O Totals 18 19 =>-~=>""~::><::>=>"'::>c::::>-<:::><=>""'>C=>"<::::::.C:~,.c::=><;:,,..c:::>·~ 1 4 Brier . , . . . . . . .. . Mener, c - - - - -------- - - 3 O 1 6 2 Mudrow .. . .... . Lyons ----.- - ---- ---- - - 0 O O 0 1 Murdock ( 5 ) FG FT F Pts J. C. CHATELAIN'S Cummings, g - -- - - -- - -- O O 2 O Thimgan (f) 1 2 ls the place to buy and . hav~ your jewelry repaired. School supplies. 24 Tun~' .g ___ __:_________ 2 0 0 4 Total ... . . . . . 11 2 10 McHugh (f) and fountain pens. Brmg m your broken lenses or pens. Marshell(c ) 1 1 1 Valparaiso (12 ) . . F G FT F Pts Substitutes- Lyons f or Cummings. Backnuger (g ) 4 1 2 J.C. CHATELAIN, Watchmaker and Jeweler Linch . .. . . . , . . . . 3 3 2 9 Swanton (14) FG FT F Pts Sultz (g ) . . . . . . . . I ~~ Rhoman . . . . . ... . 2 1 2 W. Pesek - - -------- - --- 3 O 2 6 Rosenow ( g ) 1 ~g~~~~~~-~~;;;_;;;;;;-~:;;;;;;;;;~;;;~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;=..,.. >..;:::,.c:::><::::.c::~::..c:~~=>"~ W. Gerdes .. , . . . 4 Yost ---- -------------- 1 O 3 2 Dooley ........ . Sc·hmiclt --- - -- - --- ~--- 1 o O 2 Total ... 5 1 6 2 C. Gerdes , . . ... . 1 1 R. Pesek ---------- --- - O O O O Rosenow substituted for Sultz in Marsha ll . ... . . . Hermesrnerer - ---- ---- - O 1 2 1 : the third quarter. We keep everything in the grocery line. Pure foods I Hensler --- ---- - - ------ 0 1 1 1 I Total . . . . . ... . 3 6 7 and meats. All kinds of dry goods. Come to our store 12 Nikannhy ------------ 1 O 1 2 Heebee: "My k id brother was alReferee-Krejci. - - - most drowned last nig ht." 11.lld you will always be satisfied. Our prices will always I 6 2 8 14 J eebec: "How's that?" Word has been received that Frank satisfy you. Substitutions- Hensler for Yost; Heebee : "The pillow slipped, the Hil'lat·d, who was in school last year, Nilrnnaky for Hensl2r; Yost for Ni- I bed spr ead, and he fell into the THE STUDENT'S STORE has been re-elected. This year he kanaky. spring." is superintendent of school at SpaldReferee, Krejci. Umpire, KaltenI I ing, Nebraska. He has been gjven born. Never judge a man's g reatness by a three-year contract. Coach, J oe J . Sukovaty. tho opinio'n his neighbor has of him.

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1927-1928 Peru Pedagogian Issues 16-18  

1927-1928 newspaper issues 16-18 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1927-1928 Peru Pedagogian Issues 16-18  

1927-1928 newspaper issues 16-18 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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