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Busy day for Freshmen—making the gym look Japanese .
Arrival of “sophomore baby". “Freshmen despair of competing”.
Freshman-Sophomore Banquet. A second Style Show.
,, . . APRIL
History Department had charge of Chapel. Willy and Madden settle the question of 'Fhe United States entering the League of Nations. Orandy waxes eloquent.
Dramatic Club presents an especially interesting program. Will the “Flapper" ever become unpopular?
Sophomores show their appreciation of the grandest banquet, by entertaining the Freshmen at Convocation. The Sophomores said their “thank you” in every blossom.
The Faculty of the Training School entertain the Sophomores and others who have done practice teaching. Did you ever have such a good time in the Training School in your life? "That is the kind of a teacher I am going to be”.
Commercial Department presents another good movie.
Tuesday l MA
Did you get any May Baskets?
Friday and Saturday 4.-5
“Seventeen,” the evcr-popular modern comedy, is presented by the Senior Class of the Peru High School. Much credit should go to Esther Delzell, who so capably directed the play.
Soph. "Sneak" day. All the instructors gladly consent to their having it. Their horizon is broadened.
Baccalaureate Sunday—Three graduating classes hear a message that will long be remembered for its appeal and sound doctrine.
Everetts give open meeting. The last time we hear their efficient orchestra.
Philo open meeting. They can’t let the Everetts’ get ahead. The program was very fine.
High School Commencement. Mr. Fulmer wins the hearts of every graduate. They’ll long remember what he said.
'I'he Class Play was "classy” to say the least.
Thursday 24 May Day Exercise.
The "Big Secret” (?) is revealed. Every part worked into a beautiful ensemble.
'Fhe Ivy Day exercises were in keeping with the spirit of the day. Friday 2$
Commencement Day. Mr. joshi proves to be all that we hoped he would be.
Although we part, let’s all be back for the 1923 Home Coming! FINIS
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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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