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What is a college without a women's athletic club? The Olympic Club fills the need of such an organization in the Peru Teachers Ct liege. Our club is composed of live members who believe in the principles tha~ nhysical health, as well as mental health is essential to general well-being. Jt has, however, in this, its second year, had many difficulties to meet. Th e use of the high school gymnasium was limited to every other Saturday, but this did not prevent other activities. Numerous hikes have been n ,.:;ource of great pleas ure to all who took them. Club members have also l1ad t he privilege of practicing basketball with th e high sc hool girls n n umber of times. During the first semester, the club was organized under the leadership of Edna Fisher, who co uld well be called the star athlete of Peru. Pajarita Atkisson ser ved as president the second semester. Her enthusiasm an d athletic ab ility shown during the first part of the year carried ;:he clu b thru a semester's fun and sport. Miss Williams, our capable s ponsor, worked out a plan by which a girl could earn a letter and a sweater for athletic work done. A poin-t ~ystem, ado ~t ed by the club, provid~s that points can. be secured by hil(mg, b_y playmg basketball and tenms , and by pa rta km g in trac k . Tt j ,;; the v-:1s h of the club that next year many gir iMwi ll poRR e!'IR Rwea ters, thLlS show mg t hat the clu b iR a cti ve.
1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska