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February 28—Phi Lambda Alpha dance at Auburn. No more towels chewed; "Dutch” has gone to Florida.
March 1—Billy Vance has a fine collection of wind-blown hats.
March 5—March winds have a bad effect upon girls’ skirts. Mary Alice loses hers on library steps.
March 7-8—Regional Tournament. Coach Williams gets shock of his life Peru goes to Lincoln as runners-up.
March 9—Red L, our night librarian, takes another girl home.
March 10—Watch Kerner. His latest vacancy stated "applicant must be married,” and Frank wants the job.
March 11—Zook tires of bachelor cooking. Enter Mrs. Zook.
March 12—Don erects a box seat in the auditorium.
March 13—Ghosts in the dorm! Freshies pile furniture in front of door.
. March 14—What nifty programs Ruby has for her recital.
March 15—Home Economics fraternity formed. Bachelors not admitted.
March 17—Dean Delzell wears an orange shamrock ? ? ?
March 18—Grossoehme finally wins—the ath. field will have lights. No excuse for Sunshine to skin her nose now. Aha, Herby!!
March 20—Several eliminated from classes—Dramatic club initiation.
March 21—Back to "Second Childhood” or is it spring that makes us act this way? Dorothy Worley seen playing with two sweet dolls.
March 22—Couldn’t even sleep this morning, but we don’t mind—we’ll soon have Spring vacation.
March 23—Girls! Look around. The Queen’s Husband is announced on the campus.
March 25—What?? Do we see Norton and Hudson beating the high school maidens’ time??
March 26—President Pate announces Spring vacation will start tomorrow.
March 27—The big box on the dorm porch is not a coffin—but the wrapping for the new radio. Sunday nite dates no longer a problem. It won’t be long now—Spring vacation.
March 28—The Sophomores stop at the "Fourth Wall.”
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January 24—Semester closes, Freshman seen carrying wornout books and Seniors seen dusting theirs before taking them to textbook library. Ban on dating for three weeks, ask Hatcher. Johnny gives Elsie the air.
January 25—Dutch Lorbeer chews up another towel. Wayne plays here. January 26—The eternal triangle again! Brock, Ruth and June! Watch
January 27—Registration held up Miss Tear writes note to Dr. Vaughan about his penmanship.
January 28—Dutch Lorbeer opens a class for girls! Gym. doors torn down in the rush.
January 29—Benedict college here. Towels hard on Dutch’s digestion.
February 1—The Bobcats put the Cardinals back in their nest with broken wings.
February 3—Dorthy D. comes back from Omaha sporting a Woolworth’s special. Elmer Hertel checks her off his list.
February 7-8—Too many suddenly interested in music and dramatics. Classes dismissed for Mink tournament.
February 11—Bill Okrent gives campaign talk in senior class meeting.
February 12—Representative students nominated. Herby takes votes away from some of the girls. Graf comes out in Print.
February 14—Oh “Heck” (?) Bought a valentine! Sh! Basket-teers take a trip to Norfolk.
February 15—Too much for one night! Debate, two basket ball games, and Funny Paper Ball.
February 18—Freshies report spring is here, Graf leaves with his golf Clubs. Can’t find the second page of our “Peds”.
February 20—Faculty vs. Students, Miss Hendrick gets a black eye.
February 21—Dramatic club entertains with three one-act plays. What ho! A drunkard on our stage!
February 22—Omaha Uni. introduces new type of basket ball. Referee paid for sitting on bleachers first half.
February 23—Ruth Jordan heard in office asking for her pen—“Have you found a black lady’s fountain pen?”
February 26—Oh Ed!! What a secret you now have. Representatives are elected. Where is my Peruvian? Last basket ball game. Welcome Chadron.
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March 29—Hurray for the Swedes! Harriet Louise Lindstroni now representative of Scandinavian Peninsula.
March 30—Galli Curci hurt in an accident! Alas, tis June B.
March 31—Students return after dropping in at home to say “hello!” We are much rested after vacation.
April 1—We say April Fool to the Blues. Sunday night movies wins by six votes. Several faculty members injured in the rush to the polls. Several students anxious to work out their poll tax.
April 2—Broadway has nothing on Peru. We are allowed a “Gambol” on the campus. Ziegfeld has given several contracts. Pres. Pate gives annual announcement—“Please keep off the grass—or at least take a different path each time.”
April 3—Sankey and Wiese sign up for reserved seats for “Campustry”.
April 4—Revolution in the high school. Pettinger warns all student teachers to carry guns. “Nop-top” challenges Paderewski to do better. Raymond occupies a box seat.
April 5—Dick goes fishing—Miss Tear and Dr. Brown caught carrying the mail. Dale and Dean play bridge at the dorm.
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