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The Greatest Event of the Year—Freshman-Sophomore Football Game. The most exciting game, vet we knew how it would turn out; of course 6-0 for the Sophomores. Cheer up! Freshmen, it is just a matter of taking vour turn. Yours comes next year.
The Girls’ Club entertained the "Home-Coming Guests” at a very interesting party.
The Training School Alive? High School Night—nuf sed!
The Everetts decided that in order to have a good time they would have a masque party. No reflections on the Everetts at all because there were many clever costumes. Even a "Sheik” was there, girls.
Philo Party—The Philos And that they have real movie stars (?) in their midst. “They say it in Shadows”.
Such adorable children and such lovely curls! My, but the Dramatic Club people make good children. They know the art of keeping young (and "making-up” young). Such a ripping good time has not been witnessed this year.
Members of the P. I). C. feel the results of acting childish—Tired and Stiff!
Dorm girls are again hostesses at a Christmas Party. The beautiful tree, laden with gifts, made us all feel as though we were all one family.
The Dramatic Club Plays emphasize still more, the Christmas Spirit.
The Play Production Class presents the "Nativity” in pantomime and music. The presentation, acting, and reading was strictly in keeping with the seriousness and beauty of the "old story”.
All set for a "Merry Christmas” and "A Happy New Year”.
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School again. We like vacation, but we’re glad to get back. New diamonds appear on many left third fingers. A person has to be prepared for anything now-a-days. Hazel tells us hers was a “surprise”. (?)
Dedication of the New Gym. Some circus for mid-winter!
Freshmen choose Teich for Editor and Sperry for Business Manager of 1924 Peruvian. Friday 12
First Basketball game. Peru starts on its road to victory. Wayne is the first victim. Thursday S
Miss Erma Appleby, general Y. W. C. A. secretary of the State University gives interesting talk to girls at chapel. She is guest of honor at the Girls’ Club Tea.
Oh, the joy of registration!
Freshman Party—June Taylor takes it upon herself to insure Milo Clark a good time.
Milo shows his appreciation by assisting June in cleaning up after the night before.
Peruvian Chapel. Was ever such advertising methods used? “It pays to advertise.”
Wednesday jl Peruvian sale—Philos win the chocolates.
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Everyone worried about Captain Willy ("I feel sorry for Louise”)
Hack to school. Many girls vow never to travel by bus again.
Kearney Game 12-0. Reception for the visiting team. The Kearney boys like Peru’s pumpkin pic.
Hunch travel to Midland to cheer the team. Miss Tear heads the bunch. Midland was the only team to score against Peru during the whole season. This showed that Midland had an exceptional team.
The Dorm girls entertain for the "Outside" Girls. The Faculty go to St. Joseph's. Tuesday 31
Hallowe'en Night. All the dorm girls were anxious for excitement, and they certainly got it. The boys raided the dorm. Amy was in prominence as usual.
First Dramatic Club Plays. Desda shows her "Irish”.
Doane Game 27-0. It would have been 28 if the ball hadn't flown back and hit Madden in the head when he tried to kick in place of Bit .ic.
V. W. C. A. Birthday Party. Many hate to admit their ages. This is advantageous to the organization. Miss Williams gives fifty cents.
Peru Peppers take a hike to the river to •’cool" their disappointment at not being able to go on the “Booster Trip”.
Freshman Party. It must have been a "hard" (time) party.
American Legion Barbecue. Students get the thrill of their lives when they see the wild mules.
Dramatic Club Plays—Will we ever forget the "Wonder Hat?” No, but the Peruvian Staff would have censored the last two words of the play (Aw Hell!)
Another football victory from Wayne this time. We put one over on them this year. It is our policy to keep things in a balanced condition.
Last game of the season—Cottier boys are sociable. Amy becomes acquainted with her “papa”.
Party Backward Sophomore. We like a change once in a while.
Some boys thought everything was to be in reverse order as shown by their dress.
Thanksgiving! This year our dinner was made more appetizing because many friends came back for the first annual Home-Coming.
1'he Faculty Orchestra gave a concert at the dormitory previous to the party given by the Hall girls for all visitors and former Mt.
Mr. Brownell gains the confidence of several people when they choose him to represent them in the shoe race in which the shoe had to be removed.
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Kearney defeated 28-9. Did Ida Hey wood get her orange “K” sweater that night?
Jimmie Lawrence speaks at Men's Club Luncheon.
Philo open meeting. Celebration of the Fifty-fifth Anniversary.
Chadron Eagles meet defeat 28-9.
Monday 12 to Saturday 17
Girls’ Club Birthday Week.
Wednesday—Entertain at Chapel Thursday—Birthday Tea.
IIow significant that both Marjorie’s and Alfhild’s rings should have the letter “B” on them.
Dramatic Club Plays. Walter Hansen as Richard Meriton, M. P. gets balled up and puts “a patch on the pants of his seat”.
Friday 2J to Saturday 24
Tournament. For the first time in the history of Peru there are a majority of boys. The “P” Blanket was first unfurled at the Midland Game which was a grand finaie of the tournament.
Last home game, Cotner defeated by 36 to 14 score. Big Bill and Muriel make a good
Girls’ Club presents “The Farmerette”. When asked why she wore Boxing gloves, Golda replies, “To guard myself from creditors. Even the hens present their bills”.
Style Show. The boys show their disapproval of evening gowns by lack of applause. What sensible boys we have!
Pat Heafey, the self-appointed Freshman Veil Leader, by her tumultuous yelling, caused such an atmospheric movement that the ball was forced to go through the Freshman goal.
Tuesday 20 to Friday 23
Dramatic Club Plays. The Friday Night performance might have been advertised— See Iris Toblcr emerge from the infernal regions!
The new quarter begins. Practice teaching and spring fever don’t hitch.
Open night at the Dorm. (Gives the boys a chance to make their fond farewells).
Vacation after twelve long weeks.
'Fhe girls return with "flower garden” hats. The April showers are not welcomed by the owners of said flower gardens.
Movie in the gym—“Keeping up with Lizzie”—a college picture.
Philo initiation of new members. Paul Reeves “goes stepping”.
Wanda Wilmore believes in characteristic poses.
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