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"You really dont think you can sleep, do you, Bill?" Lifting one-hundred pounds backwards, Dale Geisel-
Qirowls Mr. Welcozne to Bill Shuey. Fellow weightliiters man worl-is out on the reclining board. Gary Loe ard
Mike Hoover DeWayrie Buzbee, and Bruce Thurston Mike Aikman stand by, ready to assist while De'-
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'Wayne Buzbee Watches in the background.
Weight Lifters Built Muscles or Football
Glancing at hi.: rqrecariously balanced barbells, lon
Elfickrriar. 'fy'Of'.flf1T.T how long hf- will be able to hold the
,tance Lifting rarkelis strengther.: upper-arm muscles.
A winning football team can only be had
with year-round training and conditioning.
These requirements are met through Coach
Larsons weight-lifting program. With the help
ot assistant coach Welcoiiie, Mr. Larson puts
his Tigers through isorrietrics, weight-lifting,
agility drills, and endurance drills. The idea ol
the program is not to build boys into muscle-
bound brutes, but to build thern into well-toned
all-around athletes. It is only through wori:
now, that the Tigers will win next year.
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The Bengals began the season with or third
place in a six-way meet at Culver Military
Academy. The Tigers smashed Wabash 98-ll,
and, in a three-way meet, scored 57 points
to Logansport's 63 and Lewis Cass's 17. Hunt-
ington won GU-47 before Elwood tell 65-43. The
Tigers gained revenge against Logansport as
they tallied 48 points to Logansport's 47 and
Tipton's 42. In the Delphi Relays, Peru was
fourth out ot eight. The Peruvians placed a tine
second in the CIC. The .half-mile relay team ot
Bob Musgrave, Gregg Hammond, Iohn Hughes,
and Gary Stewart won by' setting a school and
CIC record ot l:33.4. Musgrave set a record ot
lO.l seconds to win the l0U-yard dash, and
,Hammond won the broad jump. At the Roches-
ter Relays, the Tigers placed second in a field
The talented trackmen placed second in the
sectional as first places were won by the halt-
mile relay team, Musgrave in the hundred, and
Hammond in the broad jump. Musgraves tirst
and Hammond's third in the regional enabled
them to proceed to the state.
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Gregg Hammond and Bob Musgrave run around th
track. Both were members ot Peru's record-breaking hal:
mile relay team.
Trackmen Scored Znds in CIC, Sectionals
Building endurance for running are track team members Row 1: 1. Hartwick, N. Givens i
Wolf, S. Baird, D. Fe-lthoft, F. Davis, G. Moore, A. Denny, B. Smith, R. Miller, B Miller ff I
Blaski, R. Bachman, C. Drake. Row 2: I. Black, S. Frushour, L. Burdine, R. Conklin, G Hur:
mond, R. Danielsen, R. Miller, I. Stout, D. Hunt, T. Thompson, G. Bomar, B. Thurgigm S
Beverly, 1. White, Coach Berkshire. Row 3: C. Wellce, T Schram, B. Iones, M. Mayo G. Stew-
'Q Gift. S- MCCOM B- Musgrave. I-A M0f9uson, 1 Hughes, M Garver, I Pattison L. Fry, D Slfli I
Gregg Hammond, shows his
ability to leap high crnd far.
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Mcxior-letter winners earn a P-Iacket. They include Row 1: N Blaski L urdine O m
Engelage, D. Watson, B. Gustin, C. Marks, G. Loe, M Hoover, D Hartleroad Mr Larson nsor Row 2 S Ld r D EJ
son, D, Heep, L. Minns, B. Thurston, G, Bomar, B. Butlington, D. Cocldington M Aikman I Wilson M main I Hi ow 3
Biddle, sponsorp D. Hunt, D Teal, S. Shafer, T. Hayes, I Butzin, I entgen B Shuey I Blackman C Cray ral T H
M. Weaver, R. Roller. Row 4: G. Hammond, L Morguson, I Dunton C Welke rl Conklin P Cltl B S h t M L f
H. Masiuk, R. Inniger, H. Danielsen, E. Larimer, I. Greentield, lit Bonney D Con tual
Leffermen .lOfl1ECf P-Club C 21 Fed Fang
Major letter winners in football, cross country,
basketball, track, tennis, and golf are eligible to
join the P-Club. Coach Biddle and Coach Larson
are the faculty sponsors for P-Club.
Fans have C-21 Club members to thank for that
cup of coffee and hot dog which made watching
a football game more pleasant or that Coke and
popcorn which made basketball games more en-
joyable. Mr. Stone is the faculty sponsor who
keeps C-2l Club in full operation.
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