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F»r t row: R. Livingston. T. Dillon. C. Walden. R. Paap. L. Gore. R. Good. R. Boesel. D. Duey. R. Coatnoy.
Second row: M. Sherman. ). Sweeney. R. Campbell. D. Duncan. D. Hershoy. J.
Hallstrom. D. Miller. I. Lane. H. Brown.
Third row: A. Lindor. R. Frank. R. Clark. H. Knople. C. Brewer. O. Mayfield. M. Munti. ). Matschullat. W. Kinman. B. Adkins, k. Taylor. C. Larson, n. Floyd, sponsor.
Fourth row: J. Crano, R. Free!. R. McCann. M. Bornemeier. W. Metzger. W. Paap. O. Mooker. R. Lauo. F. Frischer. O. Tillman. R. Titus. M. Richards. R. Utermohlen, D. Anderson.
Kansas City, Chadron, Macomb, 111., Topeka, Wayne are just a few of the highlights included in the Blue Devil's travels during the year. Most everywhere the Bobcats played the "Devils" were there behind them. Parades through the streets of Chadron and Fremont, rousing cheers, the clamor of dozens of cow bells identified these lads as the nucleus of Peru State's cheering section.
Besides the vocal support of the teams, pre-game ceremonies at the Homecoming football game, a get-together dance with the Wesleyan students, banquets honoring the football and basketball teams, and a convocation program were among the many activities of the organization.
Through these functions the Blue Devils are following their constitution—"creating a more enthusiastic student body."
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ALPHA MU OMEGA
Alpha Mu Omega is the campus mathematics fraternity. Its purpose is to develop a broader vision. to encourage more practicable application, to increase the recreational phase, to stimulate a general appreciation and to open the way to a wider mathematical service in the field of mathematics.
The activities vary from meeting to meeting. Movies and talks provide motivation for discussions which linger over the coffee cups or coke bottles. On a brisk fall evening, the members journeyed to the observatory, shivered, and gazed at the moon and stars. In the spring, the organization traveled to Neal Park for a picnic which consisted of subtracting from the rations and adding to the waistline.
First row: R. Boesel. president; M. Cook, sponsor; W. Elwell. R. Schommol. secretary-treasurer.
Second row: H. Duorfelt, G. Emigh. R. McCoy. A. Eis. R. Elwell. R. Wilson. D. Lavigne.
Third row: D. McKim. A. Kruicka. W. Sigorson. O. Mayfield. M. Svoboda. G. Eis.
K. Taylor. F. Thomas.
Seated: L. Toton. V. Hahn. Rev. Lau. E. Ehlers. D.
Gordos. G. Nobolsick.
Standing: N. Frorichs. K. Hutton. B. Bliefernick. M. Sodman, O. Gobbor.
The L S.A. centered its weekly programs of the year around the theme "If We Obey Him". A social meeting was held the first Wednesday of each month. Weekly discussions were guided by one of our four ministers. Rev. Henkel, Rev. Hummel, Rev. Kumpf, and Rev. Lau.
Officers who were elected at the first of the year to serve for both semesters wore Erma Ehlers, President; Ben Tjersland, Vice-President and Verna Mar Hahn, Secretary-Treasurer.
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On the campus of Peru State Teachers College, there was a definite lack of enthusiasm toward athletics among the girls. For quite some time these girls had discussed the possibilities of organizing a girl's pep organization.
Try-outs for those wishing to enter were followed by election of officers. The officers include Betty Nichols, president; Jackie Cole, vice-president; Ruth Walker, secretary; Charlene Rogers, treasurer; and Nadine Powers, sponsor.
A pledge and constitution were written, after which uniforms of blue skirts, white sweaters, and blue and white beanies were selected.
The club made its first appearance at Homecoming. The group has gained recognition by sponsoring a rally dance, concessions, and a convocation skit. The "White Angel Song" was composed for the club by Ollie Joiner.
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V HITE ANCELS
Front row: B. Parriott. L. Colo, C. William . P. Morgan. F. Eaaer. D. Maynard. L. Gilliland. I. Hladik.
Socond row: J. Powers (Sponsor). R. Adams. B. Eis. J. Colo, M. Warnor. P. Rogers. A. Eis. D. Bruoning. J. i
Third row: J. Lloyd. C. Meritt. M. Scheitel. F. Albers. J. Alexander. E. Knape. M. Wickisor. I. Radford, I.
O. Reehlo. B. Nichols. B. Hauptman. I. Powoll. D. Standorford. L. Adamson.
Fourth row: M. Niccoli. P. Pryor. M. Sporer. J. Rodfern. A. Banks. M. Grancor. L. Urbauor, I Rhoton L Pnnn
R. Ballard. D. Brown, J. Adams. R. Walker. 1 nnoton. L. Faap.
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