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PERU PEDAGOGIAN VOLUME XXIII.

P E RU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MAR CH 13, 1928.

·Bobkittens Lose In Pate Reports Finals To Tilden N. E. A. Meeting

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W asley Elected Captain

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Superior Playing Enables "Care of the Skin" is SubNebraskans in Attendance Peru to go Thru Tourject for Fourth Lectur es at Boston; Discuss Teaoh ney With 1 Defeat of Series ers College Problems

Peru Negative Team Wins 2 t o 1 Decision From Visiting Team

The Peru Bobkittens lost their final Doct or C. C. T omlirus:o n of the UniPresident Pate returned Friday eve- g ame in class C to Tilden by a small versity of Nebraska Medic al College L ast T ue1}slay evening the York colnin g from attendance at the annual m ar g in of 14 to 17, at the Nebraska delivered the fift h of a series of medlege deb at e team, defen di ng the affirmative, lost a 2 to 1 d ecision to the meetin g of the American Association state t ournament held at Lincoln, ic al lectures at the auditorium, We d- j nesday ni g ht. His lecture w as on P eru negative arguers, in t he Peru of Te achers Cohleges, which w as held March 8, 9, 10. aud itorium wi t h Edward Moran an d The Alliance quintet was easily "The Care of the Skin." at Booton, February 24 and 25 in conThe definite functions of the skin · P a ul Jessen, attorneys of Nebraska nection with the national meeting of brought under the Bobkittens' power are protect ion, elim'ination, heat reg H ail the 1929 Bobc at bas ket b all cap- , Cit y, a nd A. C. Gwinn, superintenden t in the first game of the tournament, the Department of Superintendents. of sch ools at Stella, acting as judg es. ·with a score of 19 to 8. Peru's team- ulation, and absorption. There are t ain- R ussell W asley. About 200 teachers colleg e presisev·en layers contained in the skin. Th r ee-year veteran at Pe ru, h igh T h e question f or debate was t he work was a puzzle which could not dents were in attendance at the meetThe first two are for protection, the scho ol star, "Russ" is experien cecf en- stand ard question, namely, "Resolved, be solved. ing, which is the most impo1tant The second game with Wakefield third is a layer of cells containing oug h to kn ow how to m anag e the t h at t h e Uni ted St ates sho uld cease meeting relative to teachers colleges was a 1so one sided, the score being blood vessels and small d uets. The Bobcat cage players for t h e comin g to prot ect by armed f orce, capital inheld during the year. 18 to 9 in favor of the Bobkittens. .fpt!rth contains the oil glands and season. vested in forei g n coun tries, except The interest centered ;iround the This year ag ain RusseII W asley re- af ter form al declaration of war." Mr. Lexing ton, the third victim on the sweat glands; the seventh to the "Standards" adopted two years ago 1. d b eighth contain the pigment. j ceived very favor able comment from R. H. An. der son, prof,essor of. h istory, 1st, p 1aye a etter game of -basketand strei;igthened last year. ball, but in the last few minutes of The numerous cleavage lines are the sports writers, b esides b eing was chairman. Peru s negat1ve t eam The tendency is to adhere rigidly to . the game, the Bobkittens "scratching the result. of the tissue embedded in mentioned on near.ly every " ail-state" ,. w as composed of George Reinmiller , the standards and all teachers col-,' J' k . ,, d th . h h the skin, and the impression made by conference team selected. E ~ rnest H asselblad, and Ralp h Chateleges expecting to maintain creditable 1 e . sm ~pse . em out wit t e th~ are used extensively in the 1 At the position of g uard, which he lai~. T~~se all exer.ted. great effort ~o . t t t h·e se s t an J ar d s. p score standmg at the end of the game 1'dent1'fi cation of criminals. 1has played three year:s at Peru Was- I mamta 1nmg th e p rm c lp 1es of the ir st an d m g mus mee 22 L . The two standards most difficult to eru ' exmgton 16. The extensive use of cream on the ' ley has been a peer, and wi~h his . sid e of . t h e a:gument, and t hru t heir meet h ave to do with qualifications The final game with Tilden was an skin for a cleanser or a food is not !teammate, Paul Hertz, h as been a / ~ery d1s: r uct 1ve reb uttals. succeeded of the faculty, and the amount of stu- upset to tthe onlookers as well as the beneficial but harmful. Soap and / m ajor factor in keepin g opponents' I mh ~reakm g down the argu m ents of dent teaching required for a diploma 1 community of Peru. Everyone looked t e1r opp onents water is the proper cleanser and t onic score comfortably lo w. W asley fi lled Th d b · h Id' h ff' 1 for the Bobkittens to bring home the for every normal skin. or degree. Immigrants the shoes ot "Dub" Milam as p er- . e ~ at ers up o mg t ea .1r~ aOne of the notable addresses of the trophy, but much to the surprise • of come i.1n to America with beautiful haps no other player in the P eru I\ t 1ve f~r York were Sc~uyler ~~ilhps; mootin g w as by Dr. Bagley on "The 1 all, they were defeated. Both teams complexions and then adopt the 1 squad. could do. estor .lanta. 1Hornet Crosley , and Profession alization 6f Subject Mat- s howed signs of strain, but still they American habit of creaming the s kin. Peruvians wish Wasle y well in his The York ar g u ers l ac~ed suffi cien t ter." " g round on' until the game ended Sk' d ' ff pro of for m a ny of their statements. ms l er. The amount and ...fre- last year captaincy, and his team- Th· f t b h t t r ht b t h p 0 ig Many Peruvians were in attendance w'ith Tilden in the lead, 17 to 14. quen f th f · d t 1 f l I roug Y e eru cy o e use o soap 1s eter- m a es a so a success u se ason. I menis inact h eir r ebuttals. at t he teachers college meeting or t he mined by the texture of the skin. / f th . D t t f s p FG I th d The d ebat es was poorly attended, t. mee m g o e ep ar m en o uper. eru FT F Pts n e eparture from normal most j but those who attended thorou gh ly intendence w hich tollowed it. Among Williams f O o o o people think the blood i's out of d ' ----- - -----or ·e r, enjoyed the contest. these were J. W. Crabtree, secretary Cowell, f ----- --- ------ 3 o 1 6 but there is very little connection beTh p ff' ti t h t of t he N ation al Education Associa- R ·1 b k · 3 tween the skin and blood. OW 0 Ca p l I e eru a irm a ve eam as o 1 1 7 . J c redit a victory ov er T arkio and t ion; oy Mo r gan, e dl't o r of th e N a - Apai 1s act ' c ---------- 1 A cne is · one of t h e m ost common P ega e, g -------- - 0 2 2 --one over Maryville. The negative tion al .l!;ctuc ation Association Journal; p l t . k ' d' I b Y 1r1 A t hletes I team has scored victories> over Cen .l:'rof.essor J . K Hosie of Columbia uni- o son, g ------------ 0 0 0 0 ~ ·m isease~. t m a-y . b~ c ;i.used by 1· Tourney versity; Superintendent Alex Stoddard Monteith, f ----------- 1 1 O 3 impro~er d~et a?d. "'~ 1.i:-matwn, too Progressing to Finals; tra l and Yor k. Tobler, g ------------ 0 O 0 O dry 01 too oily skml;. I.he other m ost Games Cl ose The neg.ati ve team is to debate of bcnen ectady; Pre5ident George .E. d l 8 so Pat e, g - - ------------- O O O O common, an cont:ig ious disD ana on March 20, which will b e Martm ot the liearney ::>tate Teacher s · · d · I ,. d s' · d M c Total --- - ---------- 8 2 4 18 eases ure impetigo an r; ngwc rm. - -. - . , / broadcasted fr om statio n K. M. A , at v ollege; an uper mten ent . . E vt.i yone sh•J•ild b e a l.Jle lo r.;..:. ::!: The Roun~ Rohm g1~ls b asket b all , Shenando ah, Iowa. Lel'ler, Lincoln, Nebraska. .W akefield --- - -------- FG FT F Pts nize these diseases, and the teacher ~ournament _is fast drawmg t o a close. 1 On S unday, February 26, the entire L. Coe, f -------------- 1 1 0 3 especially should .k now and dischar g e oev·eral mote g ames w ere played last body of teac he rs colleg e presidents M. Coe, f ----- -- ------ - l l 1 3 any cases from school. Thirty per- f week. lil visited Plymouth and saw the Ply- I Erickson c c:nt of the_ peop. le in Nebraska h a ve Keefer's Green t ea.m blotted out the 0 0 0 0 mou th .H.ocK. F rom there they w.ent I L ' ----------- 1 rmgworm mfect1on. Orang e t eam b y a s core of 38 to 13, to .tindgeport to att end a memori al Narsonb g -------------O O 2 The most common blood disease is Monday :v~ning. The Lutz team was service held at the .tiridgeport :,tate H urenh erger, g --- .,.---- O 1 2 1 Sy·p hilis. n ever w1t hm re ach of the f aster Normal School where t he hrst normal ensc e, g ------------ O O 1 O Green team. Tr ip to Northern Colleges school bui1amg w as ctecticat ed, with Totals -------------- 3 3 4 9 Skin disease cause th.e afflicted one Green Results in Two VictorFG FT F P ts Horace Mann as the . speake r of the to shun society and to be extr eme ly ies Against Peru a ay, m lMti. The entire delegation Lexin gton FG FT F Pts self-conscious. Many of these m aladies Conkling --- --------- 12 0 0 24 Sheik ------------5 2 0 12 was entertam ed tor amner at tue uin - 1Stuckey, f ------------ 2 1 1 5 when cured leave the skin in a scarrL ast Thursday and F r iday, MaYch Mayfield - - ---- - --- - --- 1 0 0 2 lllg . r oom ot t he Normal scn ool. Pin~erton, f ---------- 2 1 0 5 ed, ug ly condition, and it is far more 8 a nd 9, the Peru affirmat ive debate Reagan --- ------------ 0 0 0 0 Dr. A. E. 'W insmp, who aaaresseci Naviou, c ----- --------- 1 0 3 2 advisable to use preventative measteam was defeated by Dana, at Blair, Morgan ---- ---------- 0 0 0 0 ures than try to affect a cure when the stuaen ts or .t:eru in l l:l:.:ti, w as 011e ~:cnkn, g _----- --------- 2 ~ ~ ~ Keefer - -- -- --- - ---- - -- 0 0 0 0 I and the University of Omaha at Omait is too late. 0 1 tue pnnc1p al speakers at tne me-, ' g - ---- --------- 0 Ar g abrig ht, E. ---- -- -- 0 0 0 0 h a. The decision rendered in each modal service. he is ·a grad u ate of T~tals ---- - ---- - ---- 7 2 7 16 c ase was 2 t o 1 against Peru. Mohr ---------- - -- ..-- --- 0 0 0 0 the b n a g ewater Nor mal, ana n om Peru · FG FT F Pts In t he last two affirmative deb ates Crandell -------- - ----- 0 0 0 0 pei·svHal exp e1·1ence gave a re view ot Williams, f ------------ 1 1 1 3 of t he season, alt hough defeated each 1-ue nor m al ,,cnool 1T10 ve111ent Ill A111e«- 1Cowell, f ------ -------- 2 1 0 5 Orange FG FT F P ts t ime, t he Per u team was not inglori1ca n um its begm nlng . R ailsb ack, c ---------- . 4 3 3 11 Sears -- - --------------- 3 1 1 7 ously ove r whelmed. The dec ision s Gove mor McMullen of Nebrask a Applegate, g ------- --- o 1 2 1 Darting - ---------- --- 0 1 0 1 h anded in would indicate t hat t o be was on I-lie g euer al prog r am ana ne . Polston, g ------------ 1 o 1 2 Bobkittens Drop Fir!)t De- Penkav a - - --- - - ------- 2 1 0 5 t ru e. ga vtl a 5!-leuulQ talli 111 ue11a1t or let; -1 Monteith, g ----------- O O 1 O In t he Peru-Dana debate, according . bate thfs Season to Hum- Lutz - ----- - - - - - ------- 0 0 0 0 1s1auon w bt:nehi t n e an1enca11 1 ~1-. .;Totals --- - --------- 8 6 8 22 Pasco - --- ---- - -- - - - -- 0 0 0 0 to t he judges, t he Peru t eam had suboldt; 3-0 Decision er; ana his t a1k was well r ect:!n eu by Moran ----- - - ------- -- 0 0 0 0 p erior delivery; while the opponents anaudience that filled the auditodum. Tilden FG FT F Pts Andrews ----------0 0 0 0 used strategy more effectively. The Th P Pr e eru ep debaters lost their Klumb - ----- ---- -- ---- 0 0 O 0 Omah a d eb aters were also well versed Lar son, f -------------- 1 2 O 4 first debate of the she season, when R dd in t h e art of strategy. Peru's main 0 0 0 0 EVERETTS CELEBRATE ST. PAT'S Grubb, f ----- - ----- -- - 1 2 0 4 they met Humboldt at Humboldt last u y --- - -----..-.- - -- -st rength in the second contest lay in. The Everett literary society met 1 .R eikofski, c -- - - ------ 2 0 3 4 Wednesday evening. . . th fi t . t f The lady Bobk1ttens sought to de- t he ability to use arguments well, esTh 1s Thursday evening March 8 in the ,. Beed, g -- - -- - -------- 0 1 3 1 was e rs v1c ory or Huml . 1ost a d e b ate I feat the undefeate d .Blue t eam " b ut pecially in r'!butta . Little Theater. ' ' Bar~:t0 \1 • g -- - --------- 0 0 2 0 b olat, w h o h a d e ar 11er · d to Holmesville. The Peru team al- I wer~. turned back wi t hou t t he b aD an a h ad t hl'ee experience men a s - -- -- --------- 4 5 5 13 . A program carrying out St. P atrick ,. re ady won decisions from Wymore Icon; the score 21 to 10.FG FT F p . up on its team. Omaha h ad two m en idea w as very cleverl y presented. Peru FG FT F Pts and Sterling . Blue ts deb ating who have had considerable Many of the numbers were perfo r med Willi ams, f --- --- ---- - 0 0 0 O All' er b R b p d E. H araji an - - - - -- - - ---- 8 1 0 17 experi ence in forensic activities. ison me urg. 0 ert ate, an p The Peru Affirm ative team has won in costum giving it a more realistic Cowe.11, f --- ---------- - 0 0 1 0 Byron Cherry represented Peru. The arrio tt ------- --- --- 2 0 0 4 atmosphere. R ailsb ack, c - - -------- 0 2 2 2 . d two veter- Dicki pson - - - - -- - - - ---- 0 0 0 0 two and lost one debate in t h e MisH um b o ldt t earn comprise The program was in charge of Ei- Appleg ate, g -------- -- 0 0 3 O ans and a b eginner. Mason - - - - --- - - - ---- - - 0 0 0 0 souri-N eb raska league, in which t he P olston, g - - ---------- 3 0 O 6 leen Means. It was as: follows : For judg es there were Attor n eys Vance --- - - - - - - - - - -- -- 0 0 0 0 Uni versity of Om aha, Tarkio, MaryLife of St. P atrick ____L a Dean Nickel ;Montieth, g - - --------- 0 0 O O ' James and Mullen of F a lls City, and Beebe - --- - ---- - -- - -- - 0 0 0 0 ville, and Peru participate. St. P atrick's Day ___ He.len Alexander Tobler, f ------- - - --- -- 0 0 O O Wit te of P awnee City. On e of the It is i nteresting to note t he f act Irish Jig _Dorthy Martindale and HelTotals ----- - -------- 3 2 6 8 membe rs of the Humboldt bo ar d of P urp le and Gold FG FT F P ts that no 3 t o 0 decisions wer e tu rn ed Offici als-Hale, NebrfL<; ka, and 01- education acted as chair m an for the R. H ar ajian - -- ------- 1 O O 2 in against Peru, although t he_op p osien Ruth Klymb, accompanied by Ad a Eyre. s~n , Nebrask a: Score end of half- . deb ate, which w as held in the Hum- Osborne - - ----- - ---- - - 4 O 0 8 affor?ed was. very strong . This show. " When Irish Eyes are Smiling __ ·:Tilden, 8; Peru, 4. boldt high school assembly roo m be- 1Hays - -- ------ -- ------- 0 0 0 0 P~ru s debat m g t o h ave been camp:rGladys Mann ' for e a small crowd of students. I L. Wey - ------- ------ - - 0 0 0 0 at1ve.ly strong . Pi ano solo; "Spirit of Old Ireland" __ ELECT NEW MEJ\IBRR..'"'l · In the deb ate the H umb oldt t eam M. Leah y --------- - - -- - 0 0 0 0 The Dana deb aters were Harry At a . meeting of Si gm11 T au Delta h ad th e decided m argi n in d e li verv. I' Graves - - - - --- - - ------- 0 0 0 .0 Thompson, Memphis, Ten nissee, Paul Esther Ro gers Rasmussen, Boston, MassachuseUs, A ghort business meeting was held fr at ermty last Mond ay a number of They f elt at home on th e pl atfor~ F ur nas --- - ----- - - -- - -- 0 0 0 O and Cl ifford Madsen, Luch , Wisconsin. i n whi ch there were some revisions new m embers h ave heen inscribed :m while t he Per u d eb ater s were awa; Peery - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - 0 0 0 O T he judges for t he ' Per u -Dana debate made in the constit ution, and plans the ch apter roII. Their n ames will fro m t heir own lair, and di d n ot ac- j Ad ams - ---- - -- -- - --- - - 0 0 0 O j were as follows: Cecil Strimple, coach formulat ed for future ·entertainment. ?.~ a.nnounced l ater, at the time of in- 1custom t hemselves to the n ew 'a re im.' itiatw.n. In rebutt al the P eru ti~am m ade t h eir I Tu.esd ay even ing the Green team of debate at Sout h high, Omaha; at'Beside~ th~ election of new mem- , attack direct and decisive but fa iled I defeated the undefeat ed Ro okies b y torney J. T. Smit h, Omaha; J ohn F ALPHA MU OMEGA'S ELECT Alph a Mu Omeg a, mathematics club h ers J essie Givens was elected st u drmt to attack t he affi rmative case suffi- 1 a scor e of 23 t o 13. The teams w ere Showalt er, coach of debate at Techat the r egular m eeting , March 5, de- delegate to the nat ional convention ciently strong t o conv ince the j u d ges qu ite evenly m atched t oward t he first, nic al high , Omaha. ~it~e h eld at ~{~nsas City. n ext w eek, of the m~rits of the !1eg-ative case. 1 but t he Green fi nall y p ulled away Those who r epr esent ed: the Univercided on a p age in t he Peruvi an. Helen Clm eburg acting as alterA cor dial welcome was ac•:orded the wi th the long end of the score. sity of Omah a were Walter H'. u.ber, Laurine Erickson ,vice -president, ~ate. ~everal oth er memb er s of t h e Peru t eam, an d Coach W illhoft and Green FG F T F Pts H elena Gebore, and Leroy Denton. was in charge of the m eetin g. The judg-es for this debate were; C. Ten new members ar e t o b e initi at- t~at:rni~y, ar e exp ected t~ ~ttend, but his deb aters report the spo 1·tsman- Conkling ---- ---------- 8 o O 16 d ~ 1 e ; ill be only on official st ud ent ship displayed by Humboldt as ex- Sheik --- ---- ----- ---- - 3 1 0 7 L. Simmons, a mi nister at Valley, Need at the next meetin g . e ega ·e. cecdi ngly fine. (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 2.)

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The R ed Cross Life Saving tests MOTHER INDIA, by Katherine given at the Chadron college last Mayo (Harcourt), a best-seller of t he . week proved t o b e very successful non-fiction class, h aving for its 'Slllb- 11 " R ed" Rowe, t he teacher of the class, ject the description of public h~ alth c arried on the work for t hree d ays conditions of India, with emphasis on in an inten sive way. the customs of ignorance that keep India in the throes of destitution. On ly five letter men are back on "But w!J.at does the average Ameri- t he Cotner track squad. The t rack next se ason , however, are Pike, Rot h- can actually know about India? That prospects are b right as there is a I a'rt, N aiman, and Hurst, all of whom. Mr. Gandhi Ji ves there; also tigers- nice amount of available material VAGABONDING AT HARVARD made letter s this ye4:· for the first It was dissatisfactio n with this st atus from whom m uch is expected. t h at s ent me to India, to see what ~ime . From ·time to time new words come into the under- hm..,ng those playt><S who will not a volunteer unsubsidized, uncommit- Dr. B.ober t F . Gilder is t o come to g radu ate and who have more than ted, a nd un attached, could observe of t h e dep artment of h istory of t he Unigraduate vernacular. One of the recent arrivals at Har- one yea r to their credit are Delzell, common thin gs in daily human life.'' v er sity of Om ah a n ex t fall as lect urer vard is the verb "to vagabond." There is no such verb Captain Hertz, Brockman, Krejci, and The autho r indicts. t he health con- on P r eh ist oric Amer:ican and .Ameri W asley. W a.sley and ditions of India not by argument, but I can Archaeology. in the dictionaries; but it helps to express an idea, and Captain-elect by evidence. The hideous, putrid, rit_ __ Krejci h ave played three years. that is what verbs are for. "To vagabond" means to The season was noticeably one of ualistic customs of Montezuma's Az- Th e freshmen k now wh en they are rove atound into classrooms where one does not belong. cooperation on the p art of the play- tees- the human sacrifices, the wor- "somebod y" but do t he upper classer,s, coaches, and the student body. ships of animal excrement, the bath- . men? Re ad t he foll owing, appearing When an undergradlJate remarks at the breakfast table, Nearly all of the games played,, in ing in fi lth, the torture of animals f or I in the Hasti ngs Collegian: "I think I'll vagabond Professor Kittredge's 'Sha!<es- P eru were attended by .large crowds. relig iou s purposes, are 20th century I am only a fre shm an. A great deal of enthusiasm is being rriodes of Indi a. I am on speaking terms with the dear. pere' this morning," he merely vouchsafes an intention arroused, at this time, by the NationThe c aste system itself has its evils, I am too small t o b e a senior dass to wander into Harvard 6 at ten o'clock, help himself to a al b asketball tournament b ein g held but the blind devo tion to inexplic- p r esident, at Kansas City in which Peru is com- able sluttish and repulsive practices I am n ot lar g e enou g h to be a college vacant back seat, and listen to what is going on. so thoroughly r uns the gamu t of c aste presiden t, Vagabo ndin g began last year, but this autumn it has underg one a notice- peti~1g. differences that it overshadows the I am a small consideration for tihe able increase. Every morning the Crimson prints a list of lectures which evil of caste completely. Unitea States presidency, will be given that day and h ave been picked out by the editors as likely to Moral defilement and sacramental I I am n ot fit t o be a fore ign ambassalicentiousness. are our terms to desdor, . be of somewhat general interest. The information used in compiling the cribe Indian social obsessions; ignor- 1 But -believe me- whe n I go dati ng, list is obtai ned through the courtesy of the instructors at the beginning of ance and worship are the author's I'm somebody. each week. Sometimes a dozen or more lectures are put down as worthy te;-ms to te ll why they persist. ' of the vagabond's attention, and from this assortment he chooses one or York doal Shooters Finish The b ook created considerable stir IOR CAST ANNOUNCED With Ten Wins· in Ele- in England, and was freely comment - TSEN more for his c asu al patronage. By vagabonding· two or three t imes a week, h e senior s met last T uesday mornas many do, the student makes t he round of numerous courses and during ven Contest ed up on in P arliament. However, as 1 in g fo r a very short meet ing. The set forth in chapter two, th~ .a uthor I s enio r cl ass p lay. cast was ann~ unc_e9 t he year m an ages to see a goodly sprinkli ng of the Faculty in action. (From the Journal) does not lay the blame on Br1t1sh ad- 1 and wiJl b e published l ater. Pictures In looking over t he list of lect ures announced day by d ay, one is struck Fihal Standings · ministration, but rather to t he inabi!- \ of som e scen es from the p lay wer e with the amazing v ariety of the subject which are covered by a college curG W L Pct. Pts. Op. ity of the British to cope with insup- · t aken Tuesd ay evening. Ar range· riculum within the confines of a sin gle mo rni ng . Everyone, it would seem, York 11 10 1 917 341 224 .erable problems in one of the thick- men ts of the social com mittee have Doane _____ _ 12 9 3 750 305 225 est populated regions on e a rth. can find something that articulates with his interest, if he has any. not b een d elinitely learned. To some extent the practice of vagabonding h as been abett ed, no doubt, Midland __ __ 10 6 4 600 372 225 Mother India is in the Peru lib rairy. .Waldo 0 . Willhoft . FRESHMEN CONGREGATE by the general examinations, which encourage the undergradu ate t o broaden Wesley an ___ 10 6 4 600 282 220 H astings ____ 12 6 6 500 388 338 i · The re g ular freshman class mee this interest~ and to appreciate the essential unity of knowledge. The work Cotner ' ____ __ 13 3 19 231 200 359 ing w as h eld last T uesday at convo• PATE SPEAKS AT CHAPEL of the tutors, moreover , has h elped to break down the old idea that college Gr. Island 10 2 8 200 226 229 / President P ate spoke in ch apel Fri- c at ion time in the auditorium. The courses are so many watertight comp artments, ·e ach sufficient unto itself. Neb. Cent . 6 0 6 000 47 427 d ay on his Easter n t rip. H e visit ed m ost pressing issu e befor e the cl ass And as a practical m atter, the arrangement by w hich c andidates: for honors many places of interest m ade famous was th a t of the p aying of t he second Late Resplts by the wars, or by poets and aut hor s. semeste r class dues. ~ r r a ngemen ts may reduce the number of required courses h as made vagabonding a good At Crete : Do ane 35, Cotner 20. 'l'here are so m any memorials in were also m ade for a c lass p art y t o deal easier. Juniors and seniors who are candidates for honors, and whose At Yor k : York 30, Doane 27. Boston that one can not turn wi thout be held March 24. scholastic standing is good e noug h, are now required to tak~' only three reg- At Fremont: Midland 23, Doane 17. Du·e to the fact that m:rny of the facin g one. ular courses instead of the four courses which used to be essenti al. With At Omah a: Doane 24, Omaha U . 18. Part of the meetings of the Ameri- students are h ome over the w eeK end only nine hours of classroom work, these upp erc lassmen h ave time for rovcan Association of T eachers wer e the party was set in the r :t of fu t ure York colleg e is the first champion I held in the building of Ha1·v ard u ni- even ts, thus allow ing time for t he ing around, and they are taking advantage of the opportunity. In any st uden ts to m ake arrangements to be event, and whatever the re asons for it, this growing habit of vagabondage in the new Nebras:k a Collegiate Ath- · versity. letic conference. Co ach Ladd HubPresident P ate saw the Plymouth p r esent one h undred percent. at Harvard js a hopeful sign. It shows that t he quest of academic credits is ka's P anthers closed the basketb all Rock and rem arked that it isn't much not the only thing that brings underg r aduates to the classroom. -The Har- season two weeks ago by tripping ~p J a•r ge~· than the stone h e:re on the MRS. S. W . HACKER DIES vard Alumni Bulletin. Do ane for a. season's record of ten college campus. It is expos~ d to the Mrs. S. W . Hac ker, wife of S . W. victories in eleven starts. Doane fin- weather and has been repaired in Hacker, printer of the P eru Pointer and the P.eru P edagogian, died at the "To v agabond" means in Cambridge to "listen in" on a lecture in a ish ed in second place in spite of a places by cement. p air of losses in the closing week and Chloe P ate read the current events. fa mily h ome Friday, March 9. course which one does not take. This is not to be confused with sitting in Midland tied with Nebraska WesleyThe P edagogian makes t he anyour roommate's seat so that he can get the ten o'clock for New York while an for t hird · place in the final reek- PERU COLLEGE ENTERS IN nouncement with fu ll commiserayou spend the hour in an exciting game of tit-tat-toe with the m an sitting oning. NATIONAL A. A. u. MEET t ion, and w it h compassionate regard . next. "To vagabond" is to attend a lecture of one's own free will because The P an thers defeated only by -·- for t he bereaved. Doane in the s e ason's conference pl ay, Kansas Ci" ty, Mar. 9.P airin gs an! To t he ad viser. and members. of the • of an int erest in hearing that particular professor, or because of an interest evened t he count with Coach V{ar d nounc ed tod ay for fifty-thr ee teams in staff w h o came m cont act. with. ~s. in his subject.. HayleLt's c ag·ers by P."'"ttirq; thE" best competi tion for the n ational A. A. u. H acker duri ng her p a rt-time aid in The practice of "vagabondin g," then, is of definite advantage to the ~ F Do~ n e, 30 0 ':7 . to close th e h»l- b ask etball championship w ill' bring the pr int ing of t he school news, t'be which we call "pursuit of culture," but it also leads to two distinct benefits. son l a~t w eek . The Ti p.ers took an- to g ether t h e hoop stars of the n orth, loss is k eenly felt;. fo~ ~- Hac ~er I.n the first place it broadens the outlook by givtn g an oppurtunity to g ain ot her lickin g in a rou gh and tn ,,1l: 1e j the mid-west and the f ar w est t o de- was a p ar agon ~f kmdl~ness and Wl ing symp athy m heiprng about t he . an insight into interesting courses which for one reason or another the un- nffa ir with MiJl ~: r!,l, tt ~ W a rri o r~ \ <l"' · t ermine the 1928 champion. in g a z i t o 17 d ecisir. n. i ·w e .. ty f 0uls Contenders will include Hil1yards of newsp aper office. dergr ad uate has not bee"n able to incorporate into his schedule. durin g the closing week, winnin~ St. Joseph, Missouri, nation al ch am- d Mem.b~rs ~fht~ f;c~lty ~nd ~i;p A gr.eater advantage lies in the opportunity afforded for makin g a r aover Cotner and losing to York an pion sfro t wo years; t he Ke-N a h -A : ents JOm. wi t t ~ e ago 0 ·1an s a tion al choice of next year's electives. Too many times a man is und ecided Midland. The Beng als then edged out tea f K h a Wiscon ·n ru rlner- i members in extending to Mr. H ac ker enosand ' Cooks P aint, ' str ong a n d h is . f ~m1·1 Yhd ~ep an d smcer\con. which of two or move courses to elect. He blunders into his final choice Om ah a U. in a non-conference game up m l asto ye:ar, 1 simply because that p articular .subject was easy for a friend, or because his to . g ain an even break for the busy K ansas City contender. Hill yar ds and do ences or t. ell" r ecenth t1ravba! · f Ke-M · n t ile third Funer al services were e_ d t I1s a. _ adviser happens to be parti al I to that department. By listenin g to an occa- week. ~~ ash-A wi"l\ meet 1 York Real Champion ro und r ovidin t hey wfo t h eir pre- ternoon. at the M. E. Chm ch. ntc sion al lecture a man can get a better idea of the work of various courses, The Yor k P a nthers played a steady . P g I ment w ill be made at Wyuka ceme. b 1 V IOUS gam es. and by this brief acquaintance 1s etter able ot decide in which of possib e b ra nd of ball all se ason and are w~ll Fou rteen teams will go into action I te1.y, N e b r as k a c·ity. electives he will take the the most interest. qu ali fie d to occupy the ch ampionship tomor row in order to clear t he field 1 The practice of vagabonding," then, is of definite adv an tage to the thron e. With three r ang y p layers in . of w-eaker fives before n ext week's 1 Co~ch L on R. Graf left ~ednesday Captain H elzer, Moist, and Kun t zel- comp etition. In the first round, up- evemng, March 7, fo.- Lmcoln, e. serious student. It ~hould be encouraged.- The D aily Princetoni an. m an and a pair of st eady gu ards in per b ra cket, Hill yar ds will meet Can- 1 braska, wher e he attended t~e state Gilbert and Hubk,a, the Yor k tribe to A .· Legion Canton Ill.· basketball tournament. He mtended . of B e 1o1"t' w·isco11JS1n, . an d I"ts succeeded in rollin g up 341 cou~t:rs Ke-Nash-A n mei ican ' ' I to 1oo k ove: t h e p oss1.b.lit' ' TO P UBLISH WAGNER FANTASY ch air meets t h e 'Liberal, Kansas, I ies :for f u . .While in Chic ago recently Profes- director, Mrs. Erma Hoag Mirando. a g ame while holding the opposition Lions ; McKen dree, I lli nois, vs. Oma- \ ture ch ampions. sor W agn er completed arran gements Mr. Wag ner was a member of thi to 224 · t 20 l w1'th a Ch1"cag'o mus1·c publ1'sh1"ng h . f porn s, a game. . h a K. of C.; McPherson, Kansas, vs. . - -c 01r or a number of years. . Midland closed the season w1th a P er u, N eb., Teach ers; T ulsa E agles & t her 1 .l.\1cKrught, a graduate of the company for t h e publicallion someThe composition w ill be performed hig h scoring rush after get ting off t o vs. Cu dahy A. C., Sioux City, Iowa. ! class of 26, who taught last year n J t ime this spri~g of a composition of by this choir on its prog ram this com- a fl at f ooted start and Coach Catli n's ele1 Elmw ood, has been elected to his fo r an un accompanied mi_xed chor- ing spring. . outfit captured high scoring h onors f or w ard, fin ished on top in t he indi- rnentary position in Lincoln .for next us. It is a c_horal fantas~. b.Uilt ar~und , P11ofessor Wagne r was in L~ncoln of the circ uit wi t h 372 p oints, an av- vidual coring race wit h 118 p oints 1 year. the old 0Chr~~tmas c.arol Silent Night, last Satu.rday to ~ttend the meeimg. of er age of 37 a g ame. Hasti ngs count- w~il e H elzer of York was ru n nerup Ho ly N ig ht, by G1 ub~r. ! the Music Comm1 t t:<: of the_ High ed more poi nts but played two more with 107 counters. Hubert Howard of The greate t demand or W agner has d~d1cated the com- Sc~ool Ma~u al Rev1s1on Committee games. Cot ner jumped up to t hird place with t h is year is for commerc1al pos1t1on to the Beloit college Cap ell a w inch he is a member. Paul No1·dstrom, Midland's great an e ven 100 points. in high schools. Millard M. Fowler ------------------ =-- -------~-------- Business manager ence. F Jt d · The three regul ars who will gradWaldo O. Willhoft ------------------------ --- ----------- flCU Y a vtse.r k h h u ate in the i:;pring are Sel , w o as REPORTERS ,, played four years Qf basketball, Zorn John Howell Menefee w ho h as played two years, and Malm, Allan J. Hauck Joseph ,H. Robertson w)'io also has two years to his credit. William Thomas Bourke It will not be a11 easy task to fill the Fred Duey Mary Alice Walton v acancies .left by these men. Willi am 'R ing Eleanor Harajian Some very hopeful outlooks fo r the

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DELZELL TO GET MASTER'S Mark Delzell, who received his degree in 1925, is completing his work for a J'):laster's degree at Columbia. Mr. Delzell has been notified that his work for this year is satisfactory and has been .a ccepted. He has taken a preliminary test that witl enable him to work for a doctor's degree at any time in the future that he desires to do so. This test also assured him of his master's degree.

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Infirm~ry report in p a.ft for F eb · one-act p lays W ednesday evening , ru ary. March 14, at 8:15 p . m. 36 Home visits to sick Student Describes Political -------------Each of these plays to b e gjven ha.s Day s c are g iven to p atieI\ts -- - - - - 57 been written by a member of the Relations of Homeland j Physic al examin ations - ----- --- - - - 11 club. The plays are t h e r esult of a The ninth grade social science class Other treatments --- - ----- - - ----- 14 p lay w,.;t· . d by and U • S• • - ~· mg contest sponsore gave some very interestin g reviews 1 Interviews, etc. --- ----------- --- 59 the dramat· 1 b Th h at chapel time Friday, February 8. Sick caIJs and dressings t o st ud ents I chosen as itch c bu ·t hrese t ree webre The Y. W. C. A and Y. M. C. A. . d fa ult e es t ee among t e held a jo'int meeting Wednesday night an c_ y. . . . t otal number of p lays submitted. Mr. Jose 'A. Adeva gave a very inDressin gs for InJUnes, sprains, etc. The prize winning play is to be 1 ter·e sting talk to the ninth grade so- and were entertained by an interest· : Gi r ls B oys · d d JU ge and announced at the p er. ci a.l science class Thursday, February· ing lecture delivered by Mr. Adeva, Sprains --------------- 4 7 fo rmance. A $5 g old p i'ece 18 • to be Th e l ates t on th e poor S co t ch man 1s I " . . K d f 24 qf the Philip- a student for the Philippine islands. F'nee an oot -------- 12 awarded the autho r of t he wi nnm· g th e s t ory of one, S an d y Mc T w1'tt en, j 7,. on Th«? Relationship . 4o who after going- to church eighteen pmes to. the Unite~ State~.'' The talk The subject spoken on was, "Prob- mgers, hands and arm 23 play. T he au thors' names are to b e 5 years straight, acquired the knack of dealt with the topics which they are !ems of the Philippines." Mr. Adeva BHo·e1.a1d -- - -- -- ----- ----- 9 withh eld unt il afteP th e perform an ce. now studying. s 23 Ad · h bounding his· penny O\J the collection spoke with much zeal and put the Oth -~ -1 - -----------mission to t ese plays will b e I t th t 't fl ' d b k · t h' ' er ai ments gained by presenting a dramat ic club p a e so a I ippe ac m o is Come to the Killarney Karnival problems squarely before the audi- Skin 6 3 hand ----------------guest t icket. ' Tuesday, March 13, .at the Training ence. Tonsils and throat ---- 12 5 Follo wing are the n ames of t he Th e Ph'!· · · 1an d s were d:~cov 36 1 1ppme Is "" - "Colds" \lnd "Flu" ___ _ 24 plays and t he p lay casts: He ·was a traveling salesman and b m'Id'm g · Komedy _____ "Spreading the News" ered in 1521, and for 300 years they Headache ------------ 3 • 3 "Gossip y Gossipers," a far ce. g<it this wire from his wife: Dublin Shindig is worth a Kurt ain were under Spanish rule. At the Teeth ---------------- 1 2 Fred Rohrs, Theodore Wonder, Hel"ll'wins arrived tonight. More by KaIJ. Irish W ashwoman means a big clos e of the Spanish-American war F ati gue and general --- 5 3 en Stukenholtz, Hazel Williams, Cecil m ail." time for all. Oats Pigs are made of they bec ame an insular possesion of Eyes ------------------ 4 8 Stark, an d Gr ace Churchill. Coach - fine wieners between hot rolls. the United States. Ears ------------------ O l w· ii· K 1 1am napp. If you kiss on the Blarney Stone The Filipino people are a unique Indigestion ------------ 2 6 "The Wish ing Well," a fan tssy. 11 you beseech 'tis said you are given blending of extreme freedom and or- Appendix ------------ l 1 Iris J ones, P a ul Combs, and Marion the rare gift of speech-try our Blar- iental seclusion. The Philippines are Nose bleed ---------- 1 0 Morgan. Co ach-Mrs. r, R. Graf. ' 11ey Stone cakes !Smothered in nuts. the orient. Heart ---------------- 2 O "Chaosis," a farce. are included in the Killarney's Kitchen, room 207 at The women are not so free as in Liver ---------------- 1 0 Franklin J ones, Wallace Her vey, Mefriam Webster, Training building. Killarney's Kar- some countries nor are they ,iio ex- Rheumatism ---------- l 0 H arold Reid, and Madonna Brady. such as aerograph, nival, room 300, at Training building. eluded as the women of man y oriental Training school work for February: broadtail,credit union, Co ach-, Wanna Met calf. countries. There is no .woman suf- Sent home with colds ------------ 9 Bahaism, patrogenTYPING AWARDS frage in the islands, but the speaker, Dressings ----------------------- 36 SUCH SUCCESS. es is, etc. N ew 5 names and pfaces The highest records in typing dur- in expressing his . opinion said, " Per- Skin cases ---------------------A h hi d h 1 " E m an as ac eve s uccess w o are listed such as ing February were made by Louise sonaLly I think there shou Id b e. yes ---------------------------- 2 h. as 1·1ve d we 11, 1au g h e d of t en, and Cather, Sandburg, Stalin, Latvia, etc. 1jI Rhors, who wrote 66 words per minThe Philippine islands rank t h Ir- Fainting -----------------------d h ; w h o h as gam . e d t h e re. . . Constantly improved and kept up b een Attack of appen d 1c1tis 1 ove t muc ute and Emma Wood, who wrote 62 teenth in population, and have ---------f . t 11. t d th 1 to date. • . f e ove 2 spec o m e 1g en m en an words per minute, both writing on self supporting since 1902. The only Children cared for at in · -------of little chi ldren ; who has filled his the Underwood. uelen Stukenholtz expense they 'have been to the United The above are only a few reasons h • .., niche and accomp 1is ed his task; who made the most accurate record,' writ- .States is ' the upkeep of the ar 7 y, and for wanting a well worked out time h as l ef t t h e wo r ld better t h an h e ing 56 words per minute on the Rem-I navy. 60 percent of the people are schedµle. found it, whether by an improved ington with only three errors in fif- liter.ate, not including children under February sent more folks to bed lo t us, a p erfect p oem, or a r escued The Best teen minutes. Underwood forty-word ten years of age. ,. than any previous month of the soul; who h as never lacked .appreciawards were won by Arthur Flinn The Filipino people have always school year. ation of ear th's beauty nor failed to The "Supreme Authority" Raymond Ried, Mona Monteith, Do;i~ struggled to be free and independen_t, ' ex press it; w ho has always look ed fo r in amrts, colleges, schools, and .. among Bright, Lowell Blair, and Oliver Rog- but they have not yet reached their Mrs. Dunning left Friday, March 9, t he best in others an d given the best government officials both Fed era l and ·ers. goal. When they were under Spain for Alliance, Nebraska, to attend her h e had· whose life was an inspiration, State. / Helen Stukenholtz and Marjorie there was always rebellion, and then father's and mother's golden wedding Ii w h ose ~emo ry a benediction.-Select452,000 entries including 4oa,ooo .West earned fifty-word awards on came the problem with America. anniversary. Her son, Mac, made ed, vocab11/ary terms, 32,000 geographical subjects, 12,000 biographical e ncrir:s. the L. C. Smith. "Ilo the Philippines like the United covered Vl(ag·ons for each guest. The ; . . Over 6,000 i/111.rtratioJJ.S, and 100 valStates; if so why do they ask for covered wagons t ypified the mann ~ 11able tables. The placement bureau has sent out separation?" These are the questions in which the honored couple came to TAXI AND DRAYAGE Send fo r Free, 11C7.tJ, richly illustrated over 200 sets of credentials in the which exist, but they do not .Yoice the Neb11aska. Ipast three weeks. pmnphlet co11tai11ing sampl~ pages of problem. It is that the Philippines The wagons carried gold piec~s to 1 • the New Internatio11al have stri ved to be free and it is a the host and hostess; these gold pieces ! Mrs. Arthur Gariss has returned to choice between United States sover- wer~ placed in the wagons for that Office Phone 2-3 rings G. & C. Mer riam C ompany school after three ) weeks illneSSi at ignty ·or Philippine nationally. particular purpose. ~~~ Sprini;field, Mass. her home in He!11ingford. , · The main contention -is the misunderstanding that their liberty w as to ~ ~ ~~ Miss Ruth Shelley was one of the be taken by United States after she New Line S pri t1 g Ha t s , Ne w S p ring Dresses 0 I students to. take in the artists' concert had taken them from Spain. The : at Omaha. Chloe Pate and Miss Mc- only country to recognize the in deART NE E D L E' S H 0 P Plumbing and heating; sheet ' CoJium were also present. pendence of the Philippines was Ja- ~ pan, ·and Japan could take the islands Op en Even ings ! The colleg e chorus is working on in two days. I ~<--..c::::><::-..c:=<::-,,.c=>-~c::><:::-.,.c::>.<;~=>"~=><::::...c::~~:><~::::»"c:::>-~ metal wo rk and Electric wirThey are not permitted to · maintain · = =======---- -- - - · the oratorio "Creation" by Haydn, which is to be given with soloists an army and na11y. A definite policy ~,..c;:-,.c:::>o:::::::,..c=>'~c::><:::,.c::::><::::.<=>..:;;::..c::::><;:::,.c::::i-:;;::,.=~,.c:::>.<;;::..c:::>"<;::>4=:..:;:::>C ing. from the United States is lacking . The during commencement week. Filipinos do not know where they The Men's glee club, and Ruby will be in the future. They are made NEW STYLE C. C. BURBRIDGE ~ Brown and Ethel Coatney of the the football of American politics. I FANCY Bo:f stationery. Something y~u will like; : voice department and. Bess Mahan .When_ thez:e is a democratic presicall and see them. ·=~~~ furnished music for the woman's club dent in the United States there is a -~··~ ---~-----...::...-=-~.:::::::::'. at Mount Vernon hall last Wednes- democratic president in the PhilipCONKLIN ENDURA PEN AND PENCILS ·~~~ day pines and vice versa. It is often statUnconditionally and Perpetually Guaranteed I' . ed that their leaders are a handful SEE US FOR YOUR EATS DR. N. S. HARAJIAN Mrs. Graf, Mrs. Pate, Mrs. Dunning of politicians, but most of them are DENTIST ~ : and Mrs. Joder entertained the facul- from the United States. j , • 1 ty dames Thursday at a very novel T,he president of their senate is a Over Barnes Pharmacy. Tel. 27 party. Spring, in the forms of windy graduate of the University of Michi' March spring flowers, and May bas- gan, their executive is app oihl.ed by Peru, Nebraska 73 Phone 78 ~~=~~ kets was personified. . the 'United Sttates president, Gover=~~~~<::::> nor General Wood chose his cabin ate ~,..:;::,,..c::=>-<i:o,..c=>-~c::.>-":::,..c=>':::><=~..c::=>"'~=>'~=>-",.c::=>"';::,,..:=>~~ \ <::::>cl all from the United States, .and has J.C. CHATELAIN'S the right to veto laws which origin- ~~=~~-<:::> ate in the Philippines. The dean of DON'T FORGET THAT I ~:the plac~ to buy and. hav.e ~our j~welry repaired. School supplies, d fountain pens. Brmg m your broken lenses or pens. , the col~ege .of law i~ - ~ graduate of the University of M1ch1gan, and the . t Ale h I 0 ' . J . C. CHATELAIN' W ate h maker and Jeweler liberal arts department is a graduate I Can Supply you with Sh~tgun Shells, Tires, Au 0 ~~~~=~;;;e;~~ from the same institution. I and all k ind s of Hardwa re ~-<::::><::::>~=~ Their government is based on party / :::>~~~~~ DRY CLE politics. The parties are the demo- / =™ ANING PRE~SING REPAIRING ALTERING crats, nationalists, and progerssive s, or_ "fighting party." ..,E very one in TRY OUR STORE FIRST . ' this party stand on the same plat Special at ten tion given to w ants of students and Suits $1.35 Pants 50 cents form- i. e., absolute and complete in- 1 faculfy members . Phone 62 We call and deliver Peru, Nebr. dependence of the Philippines, and' . East Side =~~~ ~~ no one can be a c andidate who does ! Franklin Jones entertained the junior high ·s chool chorus at a party, Thursday Feb 7 ' . ' ruary ·

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The Americ an h ave theofsam e curr iinstalle d. They culum as the United States..- The Fil- ~ ipino student worships the American hero ~ nd the American people,· but I ? st ill he does not wish to stay behind and be dependent. Make the B e t Meals Lila McDonald and F ann y Seymour 1 sang "Lassie O'Mine" at t he opening l Meat is such an import ant par t of t he m en u that it should be of the p r og r am, and Leo Hauptman nothing but the best. You get such meat h er e. W e also have a co led tlae devotion als. plete line of groceries and veg etables. The engineers p ut a ho t water system into th e infirmary last week. Miss Johnson will b e greatly aided by this 1 Phone 115 Peru, Nebr. improvement.

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a bout. This article, wdtte n by Katharine Bement Davis, is entitled "Why They Failed to Marry." In the article a t abulation of the reasons given is p osted; and the total percentage for e ach reason is also entered. The author beli eves that more college women sho uld marry. She says: "In the matter of ability to furnish a proper environment for h er offspring, the argument for the motherhood of college women can safely, it seems to me, be made even s tro nger than for heredity."

The Library Corner

In t he Librar y Journal for Febru ary 15, there is a list of magazines 0 made up by the Indianapolis Public o Libr ary that ar e of importance to and O of int erest in the home. Most of the 0 magazines listed t here are to be fo und 0 in the library here irtthe college. The Pts student body is fortun ate in being able to read these magazines. 5

and high school track athletes who · Red FG FT F come to compete in the sixth annual , Vanderford -------2 1 o 1 Kansas Relays, April 21. I Rhodus --- - ----------- 4 o o 8 The completing units give the Kan· Setzer ---------------- O O O o The book, "American Men of sas stadium a capacity of 36,000 seats Martindale - - ---------- ·J 0 0 O Science,'' is a very valuable book lateAround me all revolves in concrete and provide completly Zabel ------------ ----- 0 0 0 O ly placed in the stacks in the librar y. There is no sight - nor s~und; 1equipped locker and dressing rooms .Swisegood ----- ------... 0 0 ll O It may be of interest to the st udent B~.t w.hat is sight and sound and showers in the under structure to . Whitwell -------------- 0 0 0 0 body to know that the name of Prof. Does Yale Need a Good Brewery? -for me? I accommodate the hordes of visit.ing : Erickson -------------- 0 0 0 0 W. F. Hoyt is entered in this famo us "What Yale reall y needs more than ' trackmer;i. Thursday evening Mason's team of work. The book is edited by Cattell. anything else, if it is going to persist : The Kansas 220-yard straightaway the unconquerabl e Bl ue an d Wh'1te : in this ideal of culture, is a good If my light should flutter and go out, I and quarter-mile running track has met and defeated the orange by a j In the March Century mag azine brewery," states Donald Ogden Ste· 1 proved to be exceptionally fast in all score of 28 to 15. Would my world continue to reThe Blues now1 there is an article by Huge Riensen· w a rt, brilliant Yale g raduate, in th e volve? . the former , Kans as Relays and it is head the list with three victories and fel~, "T~e Moving Pictur~ Mov~s," Ap ril issue of College Humor. "Beer," Would there be darkness expected that the new curved units no defeats. The other teams have all which gives t he reader the 1mpress10n ; to quote an Oxford authority, " does -for me? : of the stadium which will '!>hut off been defeated at least once. that perhaps better pictures will be I more tha n Milton can to justify God's '. any wind from the north will make Blue FG FT F Pts. I produced in the near future. I way to man. :the racing time even faster this year. H ar~jian -------: ---- 11 1 0 23 Mr. R~esen.feld say.s, "Yet in spite "What I want to know among other Frieda Woitzel, . The Kansas games have brought Parriott -------------- 2 1 0 5 of certain d1sc~urag.rng aspects, the t hin gs is what they really expect a ' out exceptionally fast quarter-mile Dickenson ------------ 0 0 0 ~ outlook f?r motion-pictures is brig ht - I Yale man can be, after four year s in in February Rectangle. ' . relay times in the past, Notre Dame Mason -- - ------------- 0 0 .o 0 er than it ever haS" been. One h as , t h e Yale factory, and why?• After 1 .'havin~ equalled the world Fecord V ance -------- -- ----~-- 0 0 0 0 only to ~ompare the average film of twenty millions have been expended time of 41.6 seconds for the short Beebe --- - ------------ 0 0 0 0 today with that of ten years ago to on Yale, perh aps I can g et t wo" seats dash rel,ay here last year, and'. Nebras- Fisher - - -------------- 0 0 0 0 see that there has been real progress, b e h m ' d t h e goa1 pos t s f or b o th the . ka having set a new half-mile relay not only m. photography and mechani- p ri. nce " t on an d H arvar d games, a n d, . JINDRA-BENFORD BROADCAST record of 1 minute 26.6 seconds at Orange FG FT F Pts: cal. techmdqud~· bu.t a~~o m the story, as I get older, these se ats amelior ate. the Kansas games of 1926. Sears -------- - -------- 4 1 1 9 actmg an irecbon. If I l' t b . ht I h th MF. Jindra ·and Mr. Benford went to · e The referee for this year's Kansas Klumb ___ _: ____________ 0 0 0 0 T h e auth or gives the reader the f t IVe do l' e eig y, may reac Omaha last Tuesday to attend the relays has been announced and will Darting - - -- - ---------- 1 1 0 3 factors entering· into the betterment or y yar me. t " Perhaps, instead of a bigger and ti f th S tate Music Teachers Convention. In pe Tom E. Jones, veteran track coach P enkava - ------------- 1 1 0 3 o e mo on-pie ure. the course' of the convention several of the University of Wisconsin, who Lutz --------------- --- 0 0 0 0 I better Yale, th e real need is for a fatnoted artists rendered selections: was formerly coach at the University Andrews __ .£'_ __________ 0 0 0 0 ls it possible to avoid war? This t er and b alder institutio;. :h.o of Missouri. Coach Jones has had Pasco ---------------- 0 'O 0 0 question is answered in an article in I k nows? To tell the trut h, sho u _ n,t much to the approval of the dele- Wisconsin athletes competing in the . the New Republic for March 7. The be surprised if I found that I d1dn t gates. Herbert Miller, voice; Rudolph •K ansas Relays e ach year and is rec- I PHILOMATHEANS MEET article, "As an E!cample to Other believe in a college education any Ganz, pianist; Louis Victor Saar, ognized as one of the leading track . The Philomatheans met - Thursday Nations," tells of an attempt between m ore. Perhaps I won't send my boy theory and piano; Charles Galloway, coaches of America. Other f.amous at their regular hour. The program ' France and the United States to out· Rudolph to Yale af ter all. I m ay just organist; and Leon Sameltine, violin- coaches who h ave served as referee was in charge of Helen Stuckenholtz. law war. The results are not as yet take him out and teach him how to ist, were few of the art1"sts who at the annual Kansas Relays include .' Program highly successful. \ s h a k e h an d s, an d use a m'bl'ic k an d entertained. Knute Rockne of Notre Dame; Field- Vocal duet, Santa Lucia -------However, John Dewey, the author t h en bu y him a Brooks Brot hers' suit Mr. Jindra and Mr. Benford broad- in.g H. Yo.st .o f Michigan; and Harry 11 * Maxine Bo.yer and Louise Bowers, of the. a.rticle, te.lls the reade·r: "I am and let him go into t he bond busicasted several numbers from rad1"0 Gill of Illmo1s. · ess Wl'th ou t t h e A· B" Accompanied .by Bess Mahan not w1lhng to thrnk that the European m · station W 0 W last Thursday while Kansas ·Relays announcements are Reading -------------- Zelda Keedy ! commitment to the war system is so Donald Ogden Stewart, famous in Omaha. c~;;:,,..=,.;;::,.c::::>-<:;::,,.c=-'~==>"-:;:-..,..=""-::"'-..<= stressin g .the exceIJ.ent weather con- Dance --------- __ Grace Churchill I irret rievable that there is a deadlock Americ a n humorist, has written a - . - U ditions that have prevailed at the an· Talk-Itali an Costumes_Fanie Cemore 'which makes impossible any tSystema- ver y cleve r ar ticle on his alma mater A E J h D D S nual holding dates of the sports car· The last thing on the program is to ' tic'c.ooperation of the United States - but withi n it there is a thread of • • 0 nson, • • • nival. April is mid-spring in Kan· be commented upon. Miss Cemore with Europe in the interest of peace." serio us ness which will m ake any colsas, the geographical center of the ; related some very interesting customs : The United States can, the author be- lege m an do some real thinking. PHONE 36 United States and the mean tempera- 1, of the Italian people. !'.eves, by her example influence na- Cult ure, training, a social status, a 1 ture for five April dates of the KanOne can Jive very cheaply in Italy. t1ons toward universal peace. m atr imoni al bureau; just what is a ~~ · sas Rel ays ov·er a period of five years Two or three cents will buy an exlarge university? Yo u may be betis 70.8 degrees. . cellent meal. Miss Cemore described Is there a common reason why wo- ter able t o understand yourself and ~~ a matrimonial ceremony and also the 1 men fail to marry? An article in yo u r college after r eading this sizzJ. D. Graves ~ funer als. She then told of the dress 1 Harper's Magazine for March gives lin g ar ticle on old Eli in t he April ~ Attorney at Law of these people. She showed the to serious people something to think 1 College Humo r. O Ir,isurance Rentals; Notary Pub- ~ dress of fifteen years ago and also the ~~~·<::::,..c:;,o<::::::,.c=~.c::::>-<:;::,,.c=--<::::::.c=>..c:::::::.c:;,o<~ MANUAL TRAINING LUMBER lie; Collections modern apparel. Q Peru Nebraska ~ In a short business meeting it was s· ~ ~<:::>=<:::>=<:::>=<:::>=<:::>= decided to give, in the near future; a r, l &:> ~~<:::>= joint program with the Everett so~J tf ' "' "' LACQUER When in need of a good ciety. It was also decided ~hat a stuENAl\fEL . dent loan fund for Ph1lomathean WE HAVE A NEW haircut . try members should ·be established, from WESTINGHO U S E COAL - BOB KNAPP the return money invested in a LiSANDWICH TOASTER PAINTS (Next to Gaines Hall) Liberty bond during the war. 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