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Wednesday, 27—Miss Rita Thomas, head of piano department, gives chapel recital.
Students demand the second rendition of “To the Rising Sun.”
Thursday, 28—Kotas in Botany Class: —The nucleus is the seat of the soul of the cell.
Friday, 29—Everybody exuberant. Normal wins first game from Wesleyan, 0-0.
Philo annual reception.
Saturday, 30—Misses Carey and Davis have a ride in Colonel Major’s “one-hoss shay.” Ask them about the goatee.
Sunday, 1—First Stude: Did you see the beautiful sunrise this morning?
Second Ditto: No, she sent me home before sunrise.
Monday, 2—Y M. and Y. W. make active campaign in separate chapel sessions for increased membership.
Tuesday, 3—Nebraska’s Flying squadron visits Normal Hill. Our band furnishes the noise.
Wednesday, -1—Professor (iregg appears in chapel with red nose. 550 budget tickets sold to as many innocent students. First issue of the Normalite appears. Dramatic Club members royally entertained by Miss Dunn and committee.
Thursday, 5—Senior class election. Richard Meissner of Blair elected president. Football boys leave for Grand Island.
Friday, 6—Victory over Grand Island by 9 to 7 score. “Doc” Owens diets on soft eggs and cheese.
Saturday, 7—Scwenk and Dudck pick apples. Girls walk to Barney. Miss Osborne feels ancient.
Sunday, 8—Annual Go-to-Sunday-School Day. Students “turn out” in laree numbers.
Monday, 9—Doctor Beatty, former president of the Normal speaks in chapel.
Tuesday, 10—Prof. Hull in Economics: “What is an infant industry. Miss True?” Miss True: “Wln-uh an infant industry is one whose proprietor is not mature."
Wednesday, 11—Kelley gets stung in Botany lab. He declares it to be his first experience.
Thursday, 12—Coach Johnson in Physiology Class: “Miss Krause, where is your heart located?” Miss Krause: “Why just in front of the breast bone.”
Friday, 13—Hon. S. C. Bassett, Hon. G. H. Sheldon, and Hon. T. I. Majois, spoke in chapel. Spirited football rally. Game with Tarkio College 17-0 in favor of Peru
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Friday, 8—Fisher Bros, order 100 jars of Malted Milk.
Monday, 11—Welcome little Junior, with countenance serene,
Tell us where you came from, what makes you look so green.
Now get your little lessons and do not tease the girls.
Keep your faces clean and don't go chasing squirrels.
! uesday, 12—New students paralyzed by the Cudahy packing-house, belt-line routine of registration.
Wednesday, 13—First football practice. Raw recruits show how high school football she is played.
Thursday, 14—Juniors carrying miniature libraries occasionally find the right room. First convocation. Many awed at the imposing sight of the seers and philosophers, weighty brows and angelic faces on the rostrum.
Friday, 15—Everett and Philo open sessions. Miss Bowen makes panic-stricken flight from the stage.
Saturday, 16—'General reception doesn’t come off. Premature appropriation of punch by the boys prevented by Dean Clcland.
Sunday, 17—Dorm girls discover meaning of nostalgia.
Monday, 18—Annual reception tendered to new students by the Christian organizations. Lots of “pep” and “punch”.
Tuesday, 19—Miss Harrington pleases Junior Class in Methods in her attempt to subordinate certain characteristics of a chair. “Now a chair usually seats only one, but in certain cases, it may contain two.”
Wednesday, 20—“Why arc there so many cells in the human body, Lcgcr? Why not one big ‘sell’ like most of us”—Gregg in Hygiene Class.
Thursday, 21—First class chapels. One dignified senior eager to put a motion before the assemblage, flops his hand wildly in the air.
Friday, 22—Harlow, in breathless desperation to Miss Rulon, “Is there an ‘Angel!’ here I could get ?”
Saturday, 23—Big Y. M. Feed. Dudck cooks steen eggs for stags. Straightway decides that matrimonial agencies are not so had.
Sunday, 24—Loving tribute paid by Christian organizations to “one who never did one mean thing—Harry Pittman.” “He is not dead, he is just away.”
Monday, 25—Faculty, students, and citizens pay memorial respects to Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford—that “good teacher who shall live on and on in the lives of her pupils.”
Tuesday, 26—The keynote of Dean Cleland’s lecture to girls “Don’t flutter like butterflies—” become common knowledge tQ boys within half an hour.
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Saturday, 14—Miss Fosnot hilariously chases Mrs. Wachtel’s red rooster around the back yard.
Sunday, 1 5—Allsman and Schneider go to church.
Monday, 16—Dry Federation hold stirring meeting down town. Normal students help.
Tuesday, 17—Miss Carpenter to Klmer Wilson and Marie Mallard: “It fakes two in a seat to keep warm these days, does it ?”
Wednesday, 18—Mrs. Neal to Jederman: “Do you room at the Club House now, Fred ?”
Thursday, 19—First snowfall. Mary Clary, as she picks herself up from a spraw ling fall: “’That makes the second time I’ve fallen to-day." Novak: “Don’t you think I had better take you home tonight, Mary?"
Friday, 20—Doanc meets defeat. Score 3-0. Mrs. Smith sympathetically to Kemp (Doanc): “And didn’t Doanc even get anything for kicking off?"
Saturday, 21—Fay Jones and (Icorge Hunt celebrate Doanc game. Senior picnic in the gym.
Sunday, 22—Mill Kueblcr is discovered looking in mirror and barking vociferously. Significant ?
Monday, 23—6:30 P. M. Novak finds Hunt with heat! outside window. Hunt explains that he is only enjoying the music of Coach Johnson 11.
Tuesday, 24—Good biscuits at the Dorm. Girls give fifteen 'rails.
Wednesday, 25—Fvcry body has a cold.
What tho a radiant beauty she—
Her hair a wealth of gold.
She has to blow her nose like me Since now she has a cold.
Thursday, 26—Hunt: "I wish those librarians would keep it quiet in here: a fellow can’t sleep five minutes."
Friday, 27—Hunt keeps awake. Football team is given early morning farewell reception at depot. York wins however, 20-0.
Saturday, 28—Schwentker having written home for money: “Some people say money can talk, but all mine can say is ‘Good-bye.’ "
Sunday. 29—H. Amende: “Now don’t ever say anything about my taking you home tonight. ? ? ? ?: “No, 1 won’t. I’m just as ashamed of it as you are."
Monday, 30—Prcxy Overholt skips chapel.
Tuesday, 31—W. J. Bryan speaks in Peru on Prohibition, Wilson and peace.
Mursts of oratory spread upon the air ,
Make our Willie Bryan famous everywhere. A
Bits of shining silver taken at the gate J) __
Make a fond remembrance of each Chautauqua date.
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