Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1909

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 223 of 254
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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 222
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CALENDAR Monday, September 21.—Students arrive ul I'em. Train stops at Harney. Morgan loses his balance. Miss Henderson blushes. Tuesday, September 22.—Students register. Wednesday, September 23.—New students resemble walking libraries. Thursday, September 24.—Several students make good recitations. Friday, September 25.—Mr. Knoll makes first acquaintance with Miss Stoner. Saturday, September 26.—Y. M. and Y. W. reception. Jenkins decides to take a “Risk.” Sunday, September 27.—Everybody homesick. Monday, September 28.—Mrs. Snowden calls 1 Jlackstone “Honey.” Tuesday, September 29.—Young gentlemen take lessons in dormitory rules and etiquette. Wednesday, September 30.—Juniors hold reception. Thursday, October 1.—Seniors give a reception and proceed to get acquainted with themselves. The Taft excursion goes to Nebraska City. Friday, October 2.—Moore mounts the stump of democracy and upholds the platform for ten minutes. Saturday, October 3.—Bennie Bedell seen at north corner of dormitory gazing heavenward. Sunday. ()ctober 4.—Moore gives fellow-roomers a description of his ideal of a wife. Monday, October 5.—Lang occupies Junior section alone. Tuesday, ()ctober 6.—Lang decides to ascend with other Juniors to the balcony. Wednesday, C)ctobcr 7.—W. L. Best visits Overholt’s and takes private lessons in domestic science. Thursday, October 8.—Juniors elect officers. Friday, October 9.—Moore seen talking to Miss Frank. Saturday, October 10.—Moore and Miss Frank go to football game together. Monday, October 12.—Searson (in Senior reviews)—“Please remember this, for it will return like the ghost of Banquo.” ■ :«■« hundred nineteen epT 27 Ire I m i nary 11 r n'certxp DORMITORY RULES

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Tuesday, October 13.—Miss Goshen (in psychology)—“Mr. Knoll, what is one of the hardest things for you to remember?” Mr. Knoll—“Dates.” W ednesday, October 14.— Seniors elect officers. Thursday, October 15.—The Bryan special leaves for Nebraska City. Friday, October 16.—Critic Saturday. October 17.—The Amphictyonic Club organized. Sunday, October 18.—Bennie Rowan after several years' experience gives his definition of love. “Love is a tickling of the heart which can’t get out.” Monday, October 19.—Searson (in Senior reviews)—“Please do not forget this, because it will return like the ghost of Banquo." Tuesday, October 20.—Gordon Beck says that the biggest problem which confronts him is how he is to make up the three or four hours of sleep which he loses every night when psychology only lasts forty-five minutes. Wednesday, October 21.— Wanted. Hay, for his “Charlie Horse.” Pink Renfro. Thursday, October 22.—Miss Goshen shocks Psychology class by her use of slang. Fridav, ()ctober 23. — 1 Jennie Bedell is inclined to remain at north corner of dorm. What is the attraction? Saturday, October 24.—Mildred Porter (looking for William’s chemistry)—“I want my Wil- liam's.” Monday, October 26.—Gordon Beck—“Gee! I have the rheumatism of the arms.” Roy Lee— "Pshaw! That’s nothing. I have rheumatism of the heart.” Tuesday. October 27. — Kent Mitton decides that he is the only person in the school who can correctly teach literature in the Model High School. Teachers magnify little errors of Seniors. Turn h until ed twenty

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