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Page 169 text:
Monday, March 9.—Prof. Scherer allows gvni. to he unlocked for fifteen minutes!
Tuesday, March 10.—Zoology class study anatomy. Peru dogs and cats take to tlic woods.
Wednesday, March 11.—Prof. Duncanson disposes of surplus quadrupeds to Peru Meat Market.
Thursday, March 12.—Prof. Duncanson appoints a committee to keep Hodapp awake during class period of recitation.
Mr. Boose that his understanding is usually correct.
Tuesday, March 17.—Miss Cone gives flinch party at Mt. Vernon.
Wednesday, March 18.—Peterson gets a hair cut.
Thursday, March 19.—Akers and Miss Bailor converse for fifty-five minutes in the library. Librarian just looks at them.
Friday, March 20.—Seniors in their best clothes, taken for the Peruvian.
Friday, March 13.—Mike and Heine raffled off at Peruvian Staff Meeting. Miss Van Wickle and Mr. Williams, the lucky winners. David Carlson weeps as he bids them farewell.
Saturday, March 14.—Misses Miller and P»ogardus go to Nebraska City to solicit ads for the Peruvian. Buy eight pies.
Sunday, March 15.—Mager, Renfro. Murphy and Brith at Mt. Vernon Hall for dinner.
Monday, March 16.—Miss Goshen informs
Senior Gco jri)» »j
] lave their pictures
Saturday, March 21.—Miss Bogardus takes her lunch down to the photo gallery. “It's perfectly all right, if I have to get my picture taken so many times."
Sunday, March 22.—Something wrong. Mablc and Bennie separated for an hour.
Monday, March 23.—Miss Gehvick announces to her friends that there ar.j nine more weeks of school.
Tuesday, March 24.—The friends of Miss Shires are alarmed at her queer actions in the back yard. Are relieved to learn that she is only practicing her extemporaneous speech.
Wednesday, March 25.—Wade Bixby returns to Peru. Many hearts fluttering.
Saturday, March 28.—Akers buys a dove gray tic.
Sunday, March 29.—Wears it to church.
Monday, March 30.—Bixby tries a new scat in the library. Query: Where did he land?
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Tuesday, February 11.—Akers wears an Alice blue necktie.
W ednesday, February 12.—Senior party. Alice Gipson makes her debut. F. A. Boose makes his at the same time and place. “Light” refreshments served.
Thursday, February 13.—Several Sophomores saddened by sickness.
Friday, February 14.—Worse. They Beck-on to one another.
Saturday. February 15.—Philo-Everett contest.
Sunday. February 16.—Cline and Hill go for a Sunday afternoon stroll.
Monday, February 17.—Colder than Greenland. Radiators popular.
Tuesday, February 18.—Snow storm. Xo school. Girls make fudge.
Wednesday. February 19.—Glen Sheeley gets a comp for basket ball game. Game called off on account of storm.
Thursday, February 20.—Nothin’ doin’.
Friday, February 21.—Professor Beck gives a lecture on “Souveniring.”
Saturday, February 22.—Girls Basket Ball game. Seniors vs. Juniors. Score 16 to 1. The Seniors won (one).
Sunday, February 23.—dine and Hill go walking.
Monday, February 24.—Sung “Onward Christian Soldiers” at Convocation. Tuesday. February 25.—Ditto.
Thursday. February 27.—Prof. Scherer opens gymnasium for fifteen minutes. Gre?t excitement.
Friday, February 28.—Mr. Hill sends postal to lady friend and forgets to give address.
Sunday. March 1.—dine and Hill take accustomed walk.
Saturday. February 29.—Miss Lorancc and Miss Mclninch start for Auburn in a sleigh. Snow melts. Girls get out and walk.
Monday, March 2.—Murphy dog visits Senior Arithmetic class.
Tuesday, March 3.—Miss Williams goes to Zoology class on time.
Wednesday, March 4.—Hanna sits up all night to study.
Thursday. March 5.—Miss Scheckle ans-
wers question in Psychology, faints.
Friday. March 6.—Akers wears a grass green necktie.
Saturday, March 7.—Miss Van Wickle returns to Peru after a month’s absence.
Sunday. March 8.—Oline goes walking— not with Hill.
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Tuesday, March 31.—Proofs for Senior pictures arrive. All the young men and one young lady pleased with results.
Wednesday, April 1.—Akers and Carlson wait for an interview with Miss Goshen. Find that they are victims of a joke. Mr. Strawman visits Prof. Scarson. Miss B. telephones.
Thursday. April 2.—The three guesses. Prof. Searson receives box of bon bons.
Friday, April 3.—Three more guesses. More bon bons for Prof. Searson.
Saturday, April 4.—Grace Thayer claims the distinction of being the first Senior to have the measles. Five girls drive to Auburn to see the sights.
Sunday, April 5.—Hill reported to have been married in Geneva.
Monday. April 6.—Chavari party for Hill, led by Symphony Orchestra, E. P. Hodapp. director.
Tuesday, April 7.—Ella Reinhard takes a vacation. Miss Woodward looks lore some.
Wednesday, April 8.—Cook gets his annual hair cut.
Thursday, April c).—May Sharp says she has sneezed four hundred and forty-five times this day.
Friday, April 10.—Zink. Williams and Carlson purchase derby hats as aids to obtaining positions.
Saturday, April 11.—Prof. Searson assumes the role of “Man With the Rake."
Sunday, April 12.—Everyone goes walking. Miss Chittenden happy, for "Jov com-eth in the evening."
Monday, April 13.—Juniors have their pictures taken.
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Tuesday, April 14.—Miss Rewcy assumes charge of a hen and chickens.
Thursday, April 16.—One of the factultv members loses his tic.
Saturday April 18.—Hilma Peterson attempts to go through restaurant door. Has to leave her "Merry Widow" hat outside.
Sunday, April 19.—Easter Sunday, Miss Rewey shakes her friends and walks with a stranger (?).
Monday, April 20.—E. R. Burkey thinks he has too much check. Mumps!
Tuesday, April 21.—Mr. Berkey and Miss Porter change headquarters frem L3 to A.
Wednesday, April 22.—Ethel Robb detains David Carlson in hall. Miss Mears informs Carlson that his class is waiting.
Thursday, April 23.—Bertha Reed gets a position. "And I didn't have to buy a derby hat, either!"
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