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Page 137 text:
First row—Chatelain, Clineburg, Crook, Hkck, Micks Second row—Ivkns, Magkl, Knight, Moothart
AT THE beginning of the debate season Professors Chatelain and Heck found but two experienced debaters in the squad. However, the rest proved to very capable and willing to learn under the expert guidance of the coaches.
The negative team, Clineburg, Knight, and Ivcns, opened the season February 8, at Dana College, Blair, Nebraska. The question was: "Resolved:
The nations should adopt a plan of complete disarmament, except such forces as are needed for police protection.” It was a nondecision debate, but the Peru debaters had begun the season in a very creditable manner.
Peru again defended the negative against the affirmative team from Tarkio College on the Peru Campus. The decision was in favor of Peru.
The trip to Cotner is remembered for more than one reason. Of course, the team consisting of Knight, Clineburg, and Magel, debated exceedingly well, but this may have been partially due to the dinner served them at Elmwood at the home of one of the members of the squad.
The season closed with a dual debate with Doane College. Not wishing to be too selfish, Peru took only one of the decisions. The affirmative team, Clineburg, Ivens, and Crook, debated at Peru. The girls’ negative team, Knight, Magel, and Hicks, journeyed to Crete.
The debating done during the entire season brought credit to Peru and upheld the brave traditions of the "pale blue and the white.”
Page 136 text:
FRESHMAN SPONSOR—GRACE TEAR
The Freshman class is the large class this year that it usually is, and under the supervision and direction of Miss Tear, also Freshman sponsor last year, has had the same Freshman clubs as was highly successful last year. I he clubs are those most desired by the Freshmen and takes care of the different likings of the students.
SOPHOMORE SPONSOR—A. V. LARSON
Mr. Larson is the Sophomore sponsor again this year, he also sponsored the last year’s Sophomore class. This year’s Sophomore class gave up their control in the Peruvian so that the Senior class might have the initiative alone and select staff members from all four classes. Mr. Larson has been a loy'al and worthy sponsor.
JUNIOR SPONSOR—A. B. CLAYBURN
The last year’s sponsor having not been on the campus this year, Mr. Clayburn consented to sponsor the Junior class this y'car. Mr. Clayburn has worked very faithfully for the class and with the class, and is a well liked sponsor. The class worked very hard to put over the highly successful Junior-Senior Banquet this year.
SENIOR SPONSOR—W. R. CARTER
Mr. Carter was the sponsor for the Senior class last year and was chosen to be the sponsor for the Class of 1930. The Senior class is very thankful that it has had the very capable sponsor, Mr. Carter. Under his direction the largest and best Homecoming was held last fall. He was the adviser for the Peruvian this year.
Page 138 text:
First row—Trabert, I yens, Clements, Sucdkn, Williams, Reed, Horton, Metcalf, Dunlap, Trkniiolm
Second row—Irvin, Semrad, Kingsolver, Trover, Trkniiolm, Tyson, Dunning
First row—Trabert, Bknford, Decker (Substitute)
Second row— Hughes, Bokllstorff, Stkck. Jenkins. Semrad, Irvin, Dunlap, Snyder, Hervey, Troyer, Trkniiolm, Waltz, Pork Third row—Pettit, Rice, Brown, Cain, Wiese, Hudson, Krambeck
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