Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1923

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1923 Edition, Page 167 of 196
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Humor .Athletics FOOTBALL Noisy Taylor—Right End. “Noisy" held down this position with great skill. Many a victory has been due to her ability in keeping the crowd well off the side lines by exercising her vocal powers; thus keeping the field clear for the players. lid Kucllzenbach—Full Back. “Bet" won this desirable and important position because of his ability to play when full. (Editor's Note Vc believe that even our itcntlcst readers will understand the meaning of the lech ideal name given this position). Red Parrish—Quarterback. "Red" has been universally acclaimed as the cleverest “Q. B." in the Sahara Desert, because of the multitudinous ways in which he conveys and receives signals, sometimes he even employs his optical muscles. Ihtlldng Kavonda—Tackle. "Bull’s” remarkable strengtli has made his work as tackle the marvel of the ages. His admirers assert that he can lift a tooth pick without batting an eyelash. Zip Hinkles—Center. “Zip’s” chief asset is his ability to move quickly and lightly. Look at his picture and notice the spring in his pose. You almost expect him to go tripping through the air at any moment—which was the way in which he usually got through the line so speedily. One Hundred Fifty-one

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Organisations ATHLETIC OLYMPIC CLUB There arc numerous athletic organizations for girls in Peru, hut perhaps the best known is the Olympic Club. In order to become a member one must be able to: stand on the head for 20 seconds, look bravely at a mouse without screaming or trembling, and walk clear around the gym without pausing to rest. After these endurance tests have been successfully passed the applicant fills out a membership blank. The following blank already filled out, will be of assistance to those desiring membership. NAME HAVE YOU HAD PHYS. EXAM? SPECIFY SPORT IN WHICH YOU ARE MOST INTERESTED II. MAXCY YES PLAYING IN TIIE DARK CORNERS OF THE LIBRARY V. HANSEN YES EATING F. BELL YES MANAGING A DATE BUREAU IRIS TOBLER HALF DANCING DON WIEMER 75 PER CENT . CRIBBING C. OR ANDY ALMOST BLACK JACK .1. POOL NEARLY SHAVING YE OLD CAMEL CLUB Of the Men’s. Athletic Organizations, Ye OJet Camel Club is the most select on the campus. This is tine to the extremely high qualifications required for membership. These qualifications hitherto kept secret, arc for the first time herein revealed. They arc: patent leather hair, a rare line, a keen woman, at least three stained finger-tips, having been kicked out of at least one school—preferably the University—before coming to Peru, the ability to drive a ear at sixty per with one hand, and the ability to smoke either Camels, Chesterfields, or Fatimas continuously. Meetings arc held regularly once a year in the Auditorium. At these meetings topics of importance in the athletic world are discussed, such as: women—their complexion and dress, bluffing the landlady, what to do with a Dorm girl after 12:30 I’. M. and how to get by the Profs. Circat interest is evidenced at these meetings which usually break up at an early hour because of engagements with the weaker sex. THE FUSSERS An athletic organization open to both men and women is the 1'ussers’ Club, sometimes known as the Strollers’ Club due to the fact that the chief sport of this group is strolling. Each member ("Member" in this ease means two—a representative of each sex) is required to take 10 strolls each week, no matter what the weather. Three of these strolls must be from the campus to the Cemetery Seat and four must be from the Crystal Theater to the Athletic Field. Aside from the time spent strolling 2 hours a day must lie spent in the library and dorm corners practicing osculation. The membership of this Club steadily increases, partly because no faculty advisers arc needed for a club of such an innocent nature, and partly because in the spring a young man’s fancy—well, anyway, it docs. One Hundred Fifty-ttvo

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