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11. Freshmen learn meaning of “insignificant."
12. Day of big argument—faculty wins, of course, and you don't get to register for that course.
13. First classes. Freshman boys try to absorb knowledge from paddles.
14. College mixer.
17. Someone reports a test. Someone else buys himself li Co. a $2 birthday present.
18. Freshmen realize for first time that float periods aren't times to take baths.
19. First meeting of the “Club.” President Scott presides.
20. Bob Cat proves more educational than most classes.
22. Scavenger Hunt—wonder when night shirts went out of style?
25. Ault takes a course in the high school.
27. Chet and Helen have first fight of season.
28. Dorm dance. Marg Winters Nominated Freshman Sweetheart.
29. Burke loses in strip poker—what a blessing the night is.
1. No frost yet.
2. Sully makes a bet with Crawford.
3. Lights go out on the campus—library does more business than usual.
4. First pep rally.
5. Maryville succumbs to cigar smoke.
6. Dorm dance, first frost! Oh, my!
7. World Series, classes suffer, Dutch and the Dean boys win.
8. Someone makes history, and finds its just more old stuff.
10. Marg Winters elected Freshman Sweetheart.
11. D. Railsback gets locked in the dorm. Whoever heard of a one man dorm raid?
12. Davy and the home folks cheer the boys to victory.
13. College Dance. Wonder who told Ashton he could sing?
14. “What, late leave for a Sunday Night show?"
16. The Omnibus college tour, that is, to Julian in Charlie's truck.
17. New hook on the market called "The Love Life of Butler Harkins." Proves to be a best seller
18. Doc Albert tells Mike the best place to find rodents is on a pigeon's belly.
19. Rally Dance. College students wear blinders, their high school profs are going collegiate once again.
20 Homecoming. Only WIN reported was Sailor's—on house decorations.
21. Cheer boys, cheer. Ethyl is in town.
22. Hedgerow Players put Shumard in his place.
23. Pugh plays heroine in “Lady of the Lake" on library steps.
24. Teachers convention; every one comes back a socialist.
25. Girls in Botany Lab have lot of fun weighing nails.
29. Heck tells his “one a semester'' joke in History 213.
2. Maxwell says that inconsistency is the spice of life.
3. Dorm Formal. Doc Coatncy gets a balloon.
4. Tom and Wilma read “How to keep house on $80 per month."
5. Women Haters Club formed.
6. Willie V. sings “When Dreams Come True."
9. Hastings 26. Try to get rid of Bob Cat by feeding it fish in the Bob Cat Inn.
10. College Dance. Best of the year.
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100 yards, 50 down.
Muckle joins the waiting line.
Get 'em Bud.
S. L. Clements and his hand.
Babe goes in for action!
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PERU STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
is maintained l v the State of Nebraska to prepare Nebraska Teachers
Well equipped laboratories—extensive library—competent instructional staff offering courses of college grade make this college the ideal place for teacher training.
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