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Sunday, February 28.—Schott and Miss France go to church. For further particulars see Miss Stoner.
Monday, March 1.—Great excitement. Chimney burns out at Mrs. Young’s. Humphrey is seen running about wildly with a salt shaker in his hand. Bravo!
Tuesday, March 2.—A legislative committee visits Peru. Colonel Majors informs the students that Lincoln. Crabtree and Dan Xcttleton are the three homeliest men known.
Thursday, March 4.—Miss Kelley while curling her hair brings the hot iron in contact with her nose.
Friday, March 5.—Professor W eeks experiments by mistake with absolute alcohol in his alcohol lamps. “It burns all right but doesn’t last long enough.” Absolute alcohol costs $5.75 per gallon. Commercial alcohol costs 45 cents per gallon.
Saturday,March 6.—Miss Giltner thinks Mr. Tyler is a “candy kid with gum ears.”
Monday, March 8.—Miss O’Connor searches diligently all over the laboratory for a bottle of H„0.
Tuesday, March 9.—Searson (in Romeo and Juliet class)—“Mr. Skinner, express your views of the love of Romeo.” Skinner. “1 consider that Rommy O was in love.”
Wednesday, March 10. Senior girls go coasting on stolen sleds.
Thursday, March 11.—Sleigh bells heard on every side.
Friday, March 12.—Schott goes to Nemaha City with Glee Club and by his excellent solo work regains his reputation as a singer.
Saturday, March 13.—Junior class meeting. John Lang is bothered by applause. “If you boys would keep still you would learn more.”
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Sunday, February 21.—Mill’s hair is still curly. He stays away from church. Miss Stoner washes Dewey's face.
Monday, February 22.—Mt. Vernon reception. Jennings arrives promptly at 7: 30 and stays all evening.
Tuesday, February 23.—Duncanson lectures on “Fake Notices” in chapel. He immediately reads three.
Wednesday, February 24.—Hill’s hair is still curly.
Thursday, February 25.—Swenson (in theory class)—“The characteristics of a teacher should be a love for children and a burning desire to teach."
Friday, February 26.—Miss Scgclkc (reading from bulletin board)—“Another Conference at 3:45- Oh! Heck!"
Saturday, February 27.—Meyer souvenirs the hairbrush from photo gallery.
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Monday, March 15.—Glee Club appear in full dress suits.
Tuesday, March 16.—Miss Mcars informs the Senior Geography class that the Encyclopedia Brittanica is a valuable source of information on any subject.
Wednesday, March 17.—St. Patrick’s Day. Miss Goshen appears in a green suit.
Saturday, March 20.—Athenians entertain the Ciceronians.
Monday, March 22.—Jenkins advertises for a pair of lady’s white silk gloves.
Friday, March 26.—Junior-Senior Banquet is a grand success.
Saturday, March 27.—Blackstonc overheard telling Miss Peterson how lonesome lie was at the Banquet.
Tuesday, March 30.—Glee Club start on their western trip.
Thursday, April 1.—Vacation begins. Glee Club leave Moore and Lanphcre in Hastings.
Monday, April 5.—Students return.
Tuesday, April 6.—Dr. Steiner gives his lecture on “The Trail of the Emigrant.”
Wednesday, April 7.—Garey ties -Miss Warwick’s tie during chapel.
Thursday, April 8.—Students rejoice over the recent appropriations allowed bv the legislature.
Friday, April 9.—Peruvians celebrate passage of Administration Building Bill. Jenkins and Rep. Skeen both carried into chapel.
Saturday, April 10.—Peruvian to press.
Friday, April 16.—Glee Club entertain the natives of Nebraska City.
Saturday, April 17.—First baseball game occurs.
Thursday, April 22.—Kcarncy-Pcru Debate.
Friday, May 14.—Debate with Missouri. Victory for Peru.
Sunday, May 30.—Baccalaureate sermon.
Tuesday, June 1.—Commencement Day.
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