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Red Cross Life Saving
Red Cross Life Saving tests were first conducted on the Peru campus in the fall of 1932. Edward Wood of Nebraska City gave the first test in October. At that time eleven qualified as Senior Red Cross Life Savers. The following month the Red Cross sent a special Field Representative to the campus to give the Examiners Test. The successful passing of this qualified six Peruvians to conduct Junior and Senior Tests.
Again in the fall of 1933 a Field Representative was sent to test applicants for their Examiners badge. At that time ten examiners qualified.
A Field Representative was again on the campus in February 1935. At this time several again satisfactorily met all requirements and received the different badges given.
Credit for the success of and student interest in these tests must be given largely to Miss Phyllis Davidson, Woman's Athletic Director, whose enthusiasm has created a demand for life saving classes.
A list of the tests given since 1932 and the approximate number of people who successfully passed them follows:
Beginners..............................130 Swimmers............................... 45
Junior Life Saving Test................. 2 Senior Life Saving Test.................31
THE ■ 93T • PERUVIAN
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The 1935 Peruvian presents two representative men and two representa-tive women from the student body of Peru State Teachers College. These representatives were elected by the student body from a group of eight nominated by the students.
Representatives should be good students, active in extra-curricular activities, honest, trustworthy, resourceful, and ambitious. In short they should be the type of student of which the school can feel proud.
The 1935 Peruvian Staff feel that the students made a wise selection, and believe these four young people will carry forth the traditions of the Pale Blue and White, and bring it honor and glory.
In March the students voted to elect the May Queen from the upper class women. Heretofore the queen was a sophomore elected by the sophomore men. 1935 marks the initial step in electing the May Queen by the entire student body. We hope that the action taken this year will establish a precedent.
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