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First Row Mike Johnson. (Il cl Wilkins IVlc Stexxarl. Mike Rosso. Kmic Douglas, Dan Front. Ra I her, Tom Pulton Second Row RicIiumI Smith. Mark I’crrx. Jin Waltke. Dan i . Ron Miicr, Stexe Kineit. John
Warren. Hob Repp. (iillMIII. Ron Join’s. Cardner Hol» ladlin
Couth Mclnliro I'liird Row Mark "oiler, Richard Karl Johnson. Jax I l.tgcrman. Mike l x non. Roger
Blue Devils, tin men's pep ruanization on campus, created an -utluisiastic student bod} with sup )ort at both football and basketball 'antes. The theme sons opened all itliletic events with a fighting spirit ;or the Pern athletes.
Sponsoring a display wit h P
Club lor 1 lomeo oming w ras their
|x cial project f »r the ear.
The numbe r of mem be i s was
forty-five. Liuh ■r the pie dge sys-
tern. second se niester Ires! unen
are nominated In acti e men ibers
and voted upon In the club
Sponsors for the ch lb were
Coaches Tom Fitzgerald and j K-
IiM Row Rich Manners. I.arrx l.andxxehr. Allen Pukorny. Ron Jones. Tom Judkins. Harlan Clathar, Charles Arnold Second Row Rnice Hanghton. IXmnis WillianiNon. Daxe Cur-
to. Dw ixne Rrcttuian. Van Allen. | ave linger Hurt! Row Harrs Van Vrstlale. Dennis Curtis Richard Cibson. I.arrx Sholf. Bob Lovcjos. Ihxame Choutka. I.arrx x|or. Dennis Hammer
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I irst How itk Petrill". Calvin Smith. Buddy McCkm Jack VV«- ors H i lk' -M fi. Slow- Dalton Tom Biuudt. John Bristol. IX'imi' Curtis Si-i-olid Row Did; VV.irkulv, Dwayne Brcttmuim. Wayne White. Richard Car-
.irl Satterfield. Mike Deal. !« •» M«mcr. Him Ridenour. Van Vilen Third Row Man Zvhvlul. Wayne Heine. Di'nnk Hammer. Boh I.oveiny. Chuck l)ale , l.atrx Roller. I hil Her lister. Jim Itain . John ('reamer
The honorary athletic fraternity of Peru Stair- is Phi l.uml a Alpha. Admission to the organization is gained l y receiving a letter through athletic participation.
The organization attempts to support good will and good sportsmanship at athletic events, hotli by the participants and the spectators. Together with the Blue l)e ils. P Club sponsored a Homecoming display. Ponds for the organization are obtained by selling programs at athletic events and the concession stands.
Officers include: John Creamer. President; Nan Allen. ice-president; and James alike, Secretary-Treasurer. Jack Mclntirc is the faculty sponsor.
hirst Row lam ('olgrove. Van Vlli-n Dave I-i Montague Nuk I’etrillo. lx1 - Diinekache Si noil Row Denis ( urlis. Bill F.verhart. l-ar-rs Axlnf Dennis Hamun-r. Jim Rains. Roger
Crable llmd Row Harrs V an Vrsdale. Bullard hinder. Gary Colgros c la-on I’orlrav. John Creamer
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How I B Richard: I) Farv n; C IX-Knniiig; I Knippctmvir. C Ud».
Ford Row : B llallcr; P Rohrs Crose M Burr; S llunl Row '»
(l.i l)um. I RcdcHc I Riewhick; H Bawling. I’ Rilcx; B
Row 1 I) Schneider. ! Schlosvci. J Dorrance Row 5 lllspcruer: I IVterx J (..iii i-I M Drake. Iximii); |’ Ryan. I’ . lli ood
The White Angels were organized in I94S l Miss Nadine Powers, sec-retarv to the college president. The purpose of the group was to further school spirit and interest in the student l odv. During each nine-week | eriod. pledges were made for girls wlio wanted to Itccomc White Angels. Onl girls with a 5 point grade average were eligible for membership in the organization.
Members of the girls pep club coO| cratcd with the Blue Devils in the management of the concession stand at the games. Both clubs were es-jHcialK active in homecoming festivities. Initiation was one of the several activities which occurred this
' ,rThe officers for the 1968-W) school ear were: Carol Mulvaney, president; Sue Slemp. vice-president; Dianne Copen haver, secretary; and Candy Willey, treasurer.
Oflierrx and Kxaluation
I Mini Mulvancx S Slemp. (■ Willex.
Back J Pummel, I) Copenhavcr, (i Jackson M Weber s Hall
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