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Crack croqueter Dean Dunning can well rib Dorm Assistant Marsh upon the upkeep caused by the winter feeding of orphink sparrows who lead in untold feathered hordes.
Dean Jimmerson contrasts his hunting and fishing hobby with the pastime, sewing, i n -dulged in by Mrs. Russell. Dormitory Matron, who finds time also to rescue the dunked dogs of third floor.
Registrar E. H. Hayward, who would rather sink his choopers into steak than anything else, gets that “Take a letter" attitude while his assistant, Norma Albrecht, roast chicken eater, helps things to fly into shape in the college office.
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President-Builder W. R. Pate
We are guided and governed by professors who are real people. They're the sort whose relations with us go deeper than a name on a paper — a number in a grade book. They worry when we board at the infirmary— and beam when we win a contest—or a game—or a job! They are the educators who, although it be their first year in Peru, as it was Dr. Charles Seeg-miller's. Dr. Theron Od-laug's. Dr. A. L. Bradford's, Professor Ralph Sellhorn's, Professor Mildred Cattern's, Librarian Harold Fisher's, and Nurse Margaret Henning-sen's, they fit in so effectively, we feel as if we've known them since cradle-roll days.
We remember that surge of pride comerstone-laying-day when masons and martial music filled the skeleton of the Men's Hall, and our prexy, W. R. Pate thrilled us with plans for the future of our school. We recall his
confessions of pronoun c-iation practice periods because of our "iskis," the bang he got out of our convocation a n n o u n cements, and the evident fact that he's a great guy.
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Elma Gockley, Bursar and Secretary to the President, gives Marjorie Parriott, Bookkeeper, some advice on getting material ready as a prelude to the six hours of panting arches on Registration Day.
Executive Dean Emeritus W. N. Delzell, member of the clan of the young in heart, entitles his office the "Holy of Holies," but welcomes Peruvians eight to eighty.
Principal L. B. Mathews and Superintendent S. L. Clements of the Training School, chortle over the latest antics of their whirlwind comic strip heroine, lil Orphan Annie.
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