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April 1—We say April Fool to the Blues. Sunday night movie wins by six votes. Several faculty members injured in the rush to the polls. (Several students anxious to work their poll tax.)
April 2.—Broadway has nothing on Peru. We are allowed a “Gambol” on the campus. Ziegfield has given several contracts. President Pate gives annual announcements “Please keep off the grass—or at least take a different path each time.”
April 3.—San key and Wiese sign up for reserved seats for “Campustry”.
April 4.—Revolution in the High School. Pettinger warns student teachers to carry guns. “Mop-top" challenges Padeiewski to do letter. Raymond occupies a lx)x seat.
April 5.—Dick goes fishing—Miss Tear and Dr. Brown caught—carrying the mail. Dale and Dean play bridge at the dorm. New York prepares to welcome Bill O.
April 6.—Looks like the dorm will have to stay open longer. These nights are too perfect at 10:30. What can we do about it? Ask Frances M.
April 7.—W. A. A. takes in new members. Wits seen at Freshman party. Chemistry dept, moves into new building.
April 8.—Kappa Sigma Alpha has first meeting. Doughnuts and coffee promised by Larson. What is this we hear about Semrad and Cain?
April 9.—Ernie gets contract and celebrates, seen at the show with a girl. Firebug hits Peru! “Winegar Works” burns down. Paul Hoy seen trying to find Firebug to add to entomology collection. Whooj ee! Free Show. Girls’ Club tea at Eliza Morgan.
April 10.—Try-outs for Hastings Relays. Will a Freshman take a buggy ride?
April 11.—Use your budget tickets and meet the “Queen’s Husband.’
April 12.—Men’s Glee Club concert.
April 18.—Seniors on the screen. "Then and Now” movie. Raymond distinguishes himself. Special request for ”1 Wonder What’s Become of Sally.”
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April 20.—Pauline and Edna Mae discovered looking for Easter eggs in dotm yard.
April 21.—Effect of spring shown in separate convocation attendance.
April 22.—AH but the most bashful of the Junior and Senior boys dated for banquet.
April 26.— V. A. A. Play Day. Prospective Freshies look over our campus. Senior play cast chosen.
May. 1—Dingey H. receives May basket. Deerson suspected. Last month of school starts.
May 2.—Sophomore play.
May 3.—Senior-Junior banquet. FIRST DANCE ON CAMPUS. Oh, Boy! O-h, B-o-y, O-H, B-O-Y.
May 5.—Frances and Edward have another battle on the dorm, steps. All was made up before 10:31. We could also say something about Dick but—
May 24.—Faculty reception for Graduates.
May 27.—Senior breakfast. Senior Class Play.
May. 28.—Kappa Delta Pi Breakfast. High School May Fete Oratorio.
May 29.—College May Fete. College Class Day Exercises.
May 30.—Graduation! Seniors get their sheepskins. Peruvians out and the staff is missing. Peruvians have been written in, tears have been shed, and the campus is deserted. Good Luck. S’ long.
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