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drive to Peru. Miss Brauner makes an impression at Barney.
W ednesday, December 4.—C. C. Berke forgets to give his number in Observation Class.
Saturday. December 7.—Roast beef day at Mt. Vernon.
Monday. December 9.—Some students go skating (to their sorrow).
Tuesday, December 10.—More fall in.
Wednesday. December 11.—Mrs. Crawford's class tell by what method they were taught numbers. Some ancient methods brought to light.
Thursday, December 12.—Basket ball game. Peru, 19; Falls City. 14.
Friday. December 13.—Senior Boys vs.
Faculty Indoor Base Ball game. Dclzell makes seme sensational plays.
Sunday. December 15.—Swenson and Cline invite two young ladies to dinner. Girls ai-rive and go to parlor. Boys forget invitation and go down to dinner. Girls depart.
Monday. December 16.—Morgan appears in a pink tie.
Tuesday, December 17.—Miss Skyrme goes to sleep in library.
Wednesday. December iS.—Foot ball boys appear with “P ‘07" watch fobs —the gift of Prof. Scherer.
Wednesday, December 18.—Juniors enter chapel with new pennants and old songs.
Saturday December 21.—Population of Peru very much diminished. Students go home.
Monday, January 6.—Back again.
Tuesday, January 7.—Professor Duncanson discusses “A Happy New Year.’’
Wednesday. January 8.—(Mine found studying the Home Department of the “Commoner."
Thursday. January 9.—Miss Shires says she received a cook book for an Xmas present.
Friday, January 10.—Seniors begin work on theses.
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Thursday, October 17.—Owl Quartet serenades Oak Glen.
Friday, October 18.—Leta Hutchison spends her last cent.
Saturday, October 19.—Picnic in the woods. Lida Rewey, chief cook and fire-tender.
Sunday, October 20.—Many promenades to the river and woods. Tuesday, October 22.—Pic-dav at Mt. Vernon Hall.
Thursday, October 24.—Akers falls from his dignity into a cellar.
Friday, October 25.—Miss Yocum (at ’phone): ‘‘Hello. Mr. Akers! How arc you this morning?”
Sunday, October 27.—Akers: ‘‘Able to attend divine worship.”
Wednesday, October 30. —7 McGrew in Crete.
Friday. November 1.—McRcynolds sends a com]) to Mt. Vernon.
Saturday, November 2.—Oak Glen Hallowe’en party. Guests go to Hades.
Monday. November 4.—Sung "Onward Christian Soldiers" at Convocation.
Wednesday, November 6.—President Crabtree gives a lecture on ‘‘Care of the Library."
Thursday, November 7.—Library friends reform.
Friday, November 8.—Comp received at Mt. Vernon—Sent bv Me Reynolds.
Tuesday, November 12.—Boose asks Prof. Bengston if Pajama is in North or South America. Professor says his is in the wash.
Friday, November 15.—McRcynolds changes girls.
Saturday, November 16.—Windy day. Mary Seelig drops her Theory of Education note book. Theses notes fly in all directions.
Wednesday. November 20.—Fred Zink and Ella Reinhard study German in library.
Friday, November 23.—Miss Saxer misses conference with Miss Krebs. “O, Fits! How will 1 explain it this time?”
Tuesday, November 26.—Senior Convocation Day.
Wednesday, November 27.—Students leave Peru to cat turkey and cranberry sauce at home.
Thursday, November 28.—Thanksgiving.
Saturday, November 30.—McGrew sprains ankle. Goes to Crete to recover.
Mrs. I’edell and Miss Stoner entertain the Mt. Vernon girls.
Two lone male guests.
Tuesday, December 3.—Seven girls miss train at Nebraska City. Have a warm ( ?)
Hundred six tv-five
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Monday. January 13. — President Olinc called down while holding a reception in honor of his numerous lady friends in library.
Friday, January 17.—Great excitement!
Helen France gets “Schott."
Hoys’ Basket Hall game. Humboldt. 27;
Monday. January 20.—All is not woe and despair at Oak Glen, for joy has come. Miss Yocum is the happy one.
Tuesday, January 21.—Cook and Professor Duncanson discuss relative merits and intelligence of arts and alligators.
Friday, January 24.—Cotner girls are defeated by Normal girls. 23 to 10.
Monday, January 27.—Akers dons a robin’s egg blue tie.
Tuesday, January 28.—Third table in Mt. Vernon dining room breaks down. Girls get to go and sit at Bennie’s table.
Wednesday, January 29.—Cramming for exams.
Thursday. January 30.—McGrew makes his usual trip to Crete. What’s
Friday. January 31.—Exams are finished. So arc some of us.
Saturday, February 1.—Fire at Oak Glen. Boxes, bird cages, trunks, etc., are seen Hying through the air.
Seniors register for the last time.
“Do you have to stay to Summer School?"
Sunday, February 2.—Miss Laflin enjoys a “swell affair" on her face.
Monday, February 3.—Hanna turns down invitation to Leap Year party. “Must go to Auburn.” Peruvian introduced to student body. Mike and Heine constantly nod their approval.
Tuesday, February 4.—Girls give leap year party. 10:30 p. m. Hanna still in Peru.
Wednesday, February 5.—Another joyful time at Oak Glen. Ask Miss Turner.
Thursday, February 6.—Second University Basket Hall team go hack to Lincoln, beaten to the time of 42 to 22.
Friday, February 7.—Philomatheans give “The Mouse-trap." Phillips fails to pul! curtain at right time.
Saturday. February 8.—Miss Van Wickle leaves on the early train for her home in York.
Sunday, February 9.—Oline is seen out walking with Hill.
Monday. February 10.—Harold Williams begins to take interest in Kinder- garten Department.
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