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Schwcnkcr—“When should corporal punishment be applied?”
Pres. Hayes—“Under no condition, should corporal punishment be applied right on the spot.”
FAVORITE MELODIES “She’s My Irene”—Craig Thomas.
“Daisies”—D. B. Kantor.
“Please Go Away and Let Me Sleep”—L. Kilzer.
“Which Shall It Be?”—M. Chaffee.
“Seeing Nellie Home”—F. Haney.
“Hold Thou My Hand”—F. Stoddard.
“Lonesome Without You”—Ganzel.
“The Moonlight, the Rose, and You”—V. Janda.
“Down on the Old Farm”—Vic Jones.
“Belle, Where Art Thou?”—Sandberg.
“You Can Ne’er Be Mine Again”—Hal Glasgow.
“Just You and I,” (duet)—Logsdon Bell.
“I Love the Ladies”—Orlcy Clements.
“They Always Pick On Me”—Hosic.
“Underneath the Japanese Moon” (duct)—
Sandberg and Meyer.
‘‘I Wonder If I’ll Ever Have a Girl”—Arthur Schneider.
“Holy! Holy! Holy!”—Basket Ball Suits.
"I Want a Girl Like the Other Fellows Have”—C. Howie.
“Just A-wearvin’ For You”—Janda.
“Whose Little Girl Are You?"—“Hank” Lind.
“No Wedding Bells for Me!”—Grayce Teich.
“Every Little Movement Has a Meaning All Its Own”
“Each Fish and Worm Begins to Twist and Squirm”—
“I Love You Truly”—M. Bloss.
“You Keep Your Eyes on Me, Dear, I’ll Keep My Eyes on You”—Dutch Mccnts.
“Who Were You With Tonight?”—Dallam.
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We feel that it will interest our readers to know how the home folks feel in regard to honors showered upon their Alumni who have become Peruvians, hence we have clipped at random from several State papers, items which have to with some of the successes scored by students here:
The Times is in receipt of a letter from Frank Ilosic, who is attending school at Peru. As our readers already know, Frank has been the bulwark of the ’varsity football team the past two years, but this year was unable to play on account of an injury to his arm.
Recently a signal honor has come to Frank in his appointment to Corporai of the Cadet Company. We congratulate Frank on his success.—Tecumseh Times. __________
Newspaper accounts recently report the success in a musical way of Clyde Lecce, a local boy, now a Junior in Peru State Normal. North Bend people were always aware of the excellence of Clyde’s voice, but down at Peru lie has come into his own. His most recent success was his rendition of the second tenor part in “Kathleen Mavournecn,” in an entertainment at Peru. The quartet, of which Clyde is a member, was repeatedly encored and we feel certain that the superiority and exquisiteness of his voice was in large measure responsible for the success of the quartet.—North Bend Enterprise.
It is not often that we can record such success as recently came to Merritt Chaffee, a student in the Peru State Normal. Acknowledging his experience in practical electricity, he was last month chosen electrician on the Glee Club trip, and, greater than this, in recognition of his integrity and business ability, he bas been recently elected treasurer of the Philomathcan Literary Society.
Go it, Merritt, the Clarion is with you!—Alliance Clarion.
The Outburst always welcomes news of any of the Alumni of the Panama High School, and this week we have an item that will fill the hearts of Outburst readers with joy and civic pride.
Frank Tilton, now a student in Peru Teachers’ College, will be remembered for his part of “Sambo” in “The Romance of the Pickle-Factory,” our home talent play given several years ago. It seems that Dame Rumor had spread his fame as an actor abroad, for almost immediately on his arrival in Peru lie was elected to its strongest organization, the Dramatic Club. Later on he was further honored by being appointed property manager of the Dramatic Club play, which position lie filled with great credit.
The next thing. Outburst readers will be hearing of Frank's elevation to a fellowship on the Faculty. Panama is proud, and justly so, of her Peru triumvirate: Long, Harrison and Tilton, and the Outburst begs to suggest a reception in honor of these three on their next home-coming out of respect to the unprecedented honors they have brought to our city.—Panama Outburst.
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