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Page 93 text:
Some kind soul about April First moved a dummy sheet and painfully crawling out from an eight-months hibernation were some wan individuals whose firecracker departure from the campus upon release of this yearbook raised eyebrows hither and yon. To be more specific these were Peruvian staff members: Tommy Dean and Rach Gonzales, supersalesmen; Sportswriter Mac McGinnis; Copywriters Dean Karr
and Horacie Rzehak; Photography Hounds Ed Falloon and Rita Russell; Bookkeepers Humphrey and Schacht; and Edith Staube and Ardith Chris-tiancy, typists.
Passersby noted in a pile of sweepings in the corner the trampled remains of Professor Moore, sponsor. Do Rose, harrassed business manager and Mary Werner, who did a bit of editin_
While tho Business Staff adds and subtracts
Upstairs, the Editorial Staff multiplies cranium flashes.
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Pod staff powwowing concerns Martin, Cain, B. Jon es, Winkelman, R. McGinnis and Brooks.
Early in September, Jeanne Winkelman newly-appointed editor of the weekly rag, steeled herself against censored columns, dangling participles, typographical errors, and crawled into her office to publish evidence that she could take it—and dish out—the Peda-gogian. Her staff, which in her own words, was "pretty darn good”—consisted of her gal Friday, Rose McGinnis, sport-minded Wayne McGinnis, Bill Cain, the ace error catcher, and M. Florence Martin, super-super faculty advisor. During a shake up at the end of the first semester, Wayne McGinnis was replaced by "gang-leader” Bill Brooks, and feature reporters, Lloyd Dunlap, and Kay Bartling.
Interviews with the feted Percy Grainger, Helen Howe; features on faculty newcomers; scads of gore columns; and editorials whose fingers were upon the college pulse sparkled away in certain editions.
Editor Winkelman felt amply repaid for weekend worries and those long Monday evenings sitting up with a linotype; in the thrill of being thoroughly smeared with printer's ink, in knowing the news ahead of the man about campus, in having an opportunity to display a bit of superiority in her own office.
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The biography of the N. I. A. A. Conference Champs open sensationally, for Peru Bobcats unleased a power attack to defeat Doane's Tigers 20-7 with Brown scoring two touchdowns and Campbell going over for the other six points. Young made two out of three conversions.
The Wheelermen, used to a slick grass turf were held to a 6-6 standstill in the camp of the Midland Warriors in spite of Henderson's 35 yard runs reverse shovel passes to Mather, and his piling over right tackle.
Antelopes and Bobcats fought on even terms at Pate Field as Peru defeated Kearney 6-0 in a heated battle before a large crowd of Homecomers October 14. Campbell intercepted an enemy pass late in the third quarter and returned from his own 22 to the midfield stripe, rammed twice for a first down on the Antelope 37, gained two more first downs and helped Henderson score on a double reverse.
Providing the largest majority over a team that a Peru eleven had obtained for three years, the Bobcats won handily 26-7 over York's Panthers. Campbell and Henderson took turns scoring but
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Student Managers Handley, Anderson. Sehnert, Johnson, and Brod look over Peru's scores.
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were interrupted by a Panther player who galloped 87 yards to pay dirt and made the kick. Later, Galloway plunged over for Peru from the one yard line.
Campbell starred in the role as touchdown hero with two scores when the 'Cats smashed the hopes of the Wayne Wildcats to the tune of 20-7.
Suffering their only loss of the season, the Wheelermen succumbed to the Hastings eleven, 14-0. In spite of Peru's aerial attack, and Mather's
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