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Thursday, 9—Peru rivals Goldsmith's “Deserted Village.” Showers outdoors and in. At Omaha; Barber: “Your hair is turning gray sir.” Proxy: “I’m not sur-
prised. Hurry up!”
Friday, 10—Bellevue game, 12-0. Jones wears his new socks. Coach: “Vic's getting so tat and slow, we have to give him some bright socks to be able to see him move. Delegates leave for V. M. C. A. convention at Bethany. Frank Leger gets in wrong pew.
Saturday, 1 1—“Doc." Owens in Omaha to Smith: “1 went to some swell show to-
night Howard.” Smith: “That so? The Kmprcss?”
“Doc.”: "No, I think it was the Kxit. Anyway, that word was printed in large
letters over the door.”
Sunday, 12—Jack Allsman explains why he didn’t go home for vacation. Kvcrv body doffs A. B. C.’s.
Monday, 13—Students return, bred Jedcrman, who had been riding with a fair student all the way from Omaha, asked timorously as the whistle blew for Peru, “What did you say your name was?”
Tuesday, 14—Thermometer “acts up.” Snow melts.
Wednesday, 15—Some One: “Last night when Arthur told me ‘good-night,’ he
squeezed my hand awfully hard.”
S. O.’s friend: “That so? He probably meant that for an engagement wring.”
Thursday, 16—New Quarter starts. Professor Hendricks in Physics—Next we shall study work. Here is an entirely new conception to most of you.
Friday. 17—Peru wallops Omaha University 48-0. Captain Kidd makes his initial appearance on Peru’s gridiron.
She: “I wonder why Mr. Novak doesn’t play, lie looks so handsome and tuf.”
Saturday, IS’—Little Steve takes teachers' exam.
Sunday, 19—Marie Hibler: “Laura, where’s Nebraska’s insane asylum?"
Laura Macprang: “At Beatrice. I know because I’ve got a friend living there."
Monday, 20—Mrs. Nellie Smith makes eloquent plea for money to send hand boys to Kearney.
Tuesday, 21—Mrs. Nellie Smith collects pledges.
Wednesday, 22—Zoology class begin to "cut-up.” O no, they weren’t obstreperous— merely dissecting a star fiish.
Friday. 24—Peru wins from Kearney 20-6. Lee Smith stars. Nellie Kelly goes along. “Red" Fmmert knocks “Doc" Owens off the sidewalk. Meissner and Miss Sharrar visit county judge.
Saturday, 25—Kearney delegation gets home.
Monday, 27—Those students and teachers having $1.44 go to Nebraska City to attend the Grand Opera “Aida.” Aida, she was not what she seemed-
Tuesday, 28—Howard Smith, editor of Normalitc, returns. Did you notice the “spe-nortv” new hat?
Wednesday, 29—Coach Johnson gets “sore."
Thursday, 30—Cotner loses to Peru 38-0. The football field was crowded.
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?rt wa 7
Wednesday, I—Bixby of Lincoln State Journal speaks in chapel convocation- First Dramatic Club plays arc given. Miss Huston stars.
Thursday, 2—Metropolitan Male Quartet brought music for everyone: “Dignity,
poetical fancy, chaste humor, and sheer lyrical and sensuous beauty were present in the various songs.
Friday, 3—Miss Rulon calls down Dean Rouse for talking in library.
When you’re foolin' in the library ’Nd havin’ lots of fun A laughin’ and a jabberin’
As if you’re deaf and dumb You’d better mind your corners And keep all’ys lookin’ out For Miss Roulon’ll ketch ye Ff ye don’t watch out.
Saturday, 4—Madam Marie Ballou-Fiske, woman lecturer, humorist, and chalk talker rendered an interesting, vivid, dignified, artistic, program.
Sunday 5—Boarding House Mistress: “And what part of the chicken do you want?
Fresh Junior: “Some of the meat please.”
Monday, 6—There's a might hungry feel in’
And a sparkle in the eye,
When the frost is on the punkin’
And the punkin’s in the pic.
And Flection Day draws nearer And the campaign speakers lie.
When the frost is on the punkin’
And the punkin’s in the pie. »
Tuesday, 7—Students vote for Prohibition and Wilson.
Wednesday, S—Quarterly exams.
Rock-a-byc, senior, on the tree top If you have studied, the cradle won’t rock.
But if you’ve stopped digging, the cradle will fall And down will come senior, diploma and all.
Faculty and students leave for Omaha and other points.
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y ri y a 7
On the last Thanksgiving day,
With students young and full of life And the Alumni, old and gray.
Coach Johnson’s sweet blue optics Shone resplendent in the sun.
Old Corner's football raiment,
Lee Smith’s sensational run Make the game one to remember And recount for years to come.
Friday, 1—Several alumni speak in chapel. Dorothy Hill '16 declares a woman can talk any time hut the men have to he warned a day ahead of time.
“Will you love in December,
Darling, as you did in May?"
“Yes, of course I will," she answered,
“Up till Christmas anyway."
Saturday, 2—Hoys carry night shirts under arm—and watch wrestling match in gym.
Sunday, 3—Professor Wilson commences to attend Sunday School. There's a rea-. son. Ask Professor Gregg.
Monday, 4—Mrs Nellie Smith, having read Darwin’s Descent of Man, tries original experiment by falling down library stairs. Heard to say, “O. if Gregg could only see me now."
Tuesday, 5—Laura Culver IS takes onion cure for colds. Mabel Carey IS sleeps under the bed.
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