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September 9—Delzell herds freshies into the gym and tells them to “go to
September 10—School gets rich on late registration fees.
September 11—Something wrong? Graf has boys and girls in his swimming class.
September 13—First football practice.
September 14—Blue Sunday. Frosh need new oil in joints after wandering over ye old hills.
September 15—Girls have given up hopes. No boys allowed to eat at dorm
September 16—Mrs. Dunning assured Freshmen they needn’t eat as fast
as they can.
September 21—College Mixer. Herby looks the girls over.
September 23—Pep Club meets in Ath. field. Girl Cheer leaders chosen. September 26—Jindra leads the band down town for the first rally. September 27—Bobcats win their first game. Senior girls hostesses at Eliza
September 30—Freshies answer roll call and bend over the rail. Allowed to stand in classes this week.
October 2—Plans for Homecoming started. Boys use trousers for gunny sacks to carry stolen fruit.
October 4—Bobcats wade in mud at Marysville. 0-0 score. Whoopie!
October 6—Girls are too much for Mrs. Dunning. She leaves for a rest.
October 7—First separate convocation! Clayburn and Vaughan have choice seats on stage.
October 8—Delzell talks to Freshmen. No excuse for them not veiling at games now.
October 11—Bobkittcns first clash. Poor Tecumseh???
October 12—Wesleyan here—tie game, and what a game!
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October 14—Sigma Tan Delta Banquet. Dr. Vaughn sees Miss Tear home.
October 16—Dorm awake at 12:00—Freshie flag flies on high.
October 17—Peru’s first night football game and what a night. Too bad Miss Ahlberg forgot her flashlight—train lights aren’t very dependable—are they?
October 18—Twenty minutes’ sleep allowed in each class to make up for sleep lost on the train. Movie: “Peru on Parade.”
October 19—Saturday—just like any other day—classes.
October 20—Joy Mickel gets her M. A. N. degree.
October 24—Freshie girls begin their initiation—clean Dorm steps.
October 25—Eve of Homecoming. Big rally and movie by Whitfield.
October 26—Homecoming. Bobcats win football game. Telegrams from Peruvians in Arizona. Many old faces seen. Trenholm heard singing “Sally”.
October 30—Scared out by Halloween spooks. Vacation for Teachers Convention.
November 4—Vacation over and everyone back. Clayburn brings Tyler to girls’ convocation.
November 6—Miss Petersen announces she can’t serve tea to library parties.
November 11—Bobcats lose to Chadron. Boys come home broke.
November 15—Three one-act plays. Debate squad begins work.
November 16—Bobcats defeat Kearney. Graf seen in a cigar store. Prof. Steck buys a new hat—also a new rattle.
November 22—W. A. A. Prom. Cider flowed fluently.
November 23—Omaha U. trimmed properly. Everetts gives “Dead of Night”.
November 24—Bobcat takes morning stroll. Billy Vance rescued from tree-
November 27—Cupid’s lines cross between Dean and Helen.
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