Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1930

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 67 of 210
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Page 67 text:

 First row—Booth, Brockman, Brundson, Fisiikr, Galloway, Graf, Groothuis, Hertel, Hofmann Second row—Hoy, Hurst, Ivkrs, Keener, Kordbr, Livermore, Lorbebr, McSwan Third row—Majors, Milhollin, Miller, Mumper, Pedersen, Pike, Place, Riggins, Rotiibrt Fourth row—Sams, Sautter, Siibstak, Walkinsiiaw, Wicina, Williams, Young, Zook T HE Phi Lambda Alpha is the athletic fraternity which until this year was -I called the “P” Club. The “P" Club was organized in 1920 by Coach Speer. The membership consists of those men who have won letters in football, basket ball, or track. The fraternity this year sponsored the Southeastern track meet on April 19, and the M. I. N. K. track meet on May 3. These meets are held to bring to Peru the outstanding athletes of the high schools of this part of Nebraska. The important social event of the year of the Phi Lambda Alpha was the party given at the Auburn Country Club. This was the initiation of the new fraternity and also served as a send-off for Coach Lorbeer who was leaving for Sarasota, Florida, where the training camp for the Indianapolis Ball Club is located. The aim of the Phi Lambda Alpha is to promote Peru spirit and they have done well in their efforts towards the realization of this aim. The interest taken by the high school boys who come to participate in the athletic contests held here at Peru is in part due to the spirit shown by the members of the Phi Lambda Alpha. The officers this year were: Howard Zook, President; Earl Hurst, Vice-President; Frank Kerner, Secretary and Treasurer. PHI LAMBDA ALPHA

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 FOOTBALL In panel—Toft, Tolly, Walkikshaw, Wicina, Young, Zook The last home game of the year was the long-pointed for game with the Omaha Kedbirds. Omaha had been planning for this game for a year, they wanted to get revenge for the decisive defeat administered by Peru the year before and thereby losing the N. I. A. A. title while Peru won it in this particular game. Peru had also been planning for this game for a year and by the time the Kedbirds arrived the Bobcats were ready for another victory. As a result of the machine-like working of the Bobcat machine the Omahans were completely overwhelmed and went home stinging with a 50-0 defeat. The shining lights on Peru was the passing of Hatcher to Hofmann, the line smashes by Hurst, and the return of punts by Young. However, the entire team must be given credit for the victory. This game ended the conference games for the year. Peru’s victory had not been in vain as Wayne had defeated Chadron, the Conference leaders, on the same day, thereby putting Peru and Chadron in a two-way tie for championship of the conference with three wins and one loss for each. For the final game of the season the Bobcats traveled to Tarkio for the Turkey Day game. The game was played on a snow-covered and damp gridiron. Both teams were evenly matched, neither of the teams being able to do much with the other. Peru started out with a bang but were soon halted and held on even terms by the Missourians. The Bobcats were powerful on the offense in midfield while Tarkio’s defense could not be pierced near its goal line. The only score of the game was a touchdown by ShalTner, resulting from a fifteen-yard end run. Peru had conquered Tarkio by a count of 6-0. This game ended a successful season for the Bobcats and was the end of the football playing careers of Captain Brockman, Finer Toft, Rollie Riggins, Frank Kerner, Charles Place, Paul Hoy, Duane Sams, Wilbur Young, Robert Majors. Ernest Rothcrt and Frank Ivers. Page 62



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 GIRLS’ CLUB Officers—Dunning, Brady, Dam mast, Stookkr, Andkrson, Colglazikr Council—Beebe, Jenkins, Jones, Glandt, Hicks Kimsey, Skelton, Kucera, Lyle, Path OFFICERS Mrs. Inice Dunning Madonna Brady . Phyllis Dammast Vivian Stookkr Lucy Anderson . Enid Colglazikr . Sponsor President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman THE College Girls’ Club presents to this campus an organization which stands for unity of action, co-operation for the betterment of social and moral standards, and a spirit of comradeship between all girls. This Club was organized in 1919 by Miss Mattie Cook Ellis, the Dean of Women. She realized the need for such an organization and did much toward establishing the project on a sound basis. It has been very active since its origin. The philanthropic work of this Club is accomplished by means of its loan fund, which yearly assists many girls to complete their education. The number helped has increased each year.

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