GAYLORD TOFT, Guard, Firs t Year Last year wh en Toft came out for football he h ad the mi sfortune to s prain hi s ankle and was for ced to give up hope s of taking part in any games that s ea s on . This fall, however, he 1路eported in good condition and-man, how h e did tear things up! It wa s no unusual sight to b ehold Toft gather a f ew of t h e oppo s ing line men in on e arm and grab the man with th e ball in the othe r arm, and t h ou g h the y would ki c k and squirm they could not free them selv es from hi s clutch . Although on ly a one yem 路 man he showed r eal f ootball ability. H e gTaduates this year and leaves a hole in the line that will be hard to fill. ALBERT BIEH N , Half Back, First Year Biehn is a littl e r ed t error when h e is tum ed loose on the gt路idiron with a pigskin tu cked tightly ben eath hi s arm, and is capable of re eling off a consid e rable number of yards w h en the occa s ion demand s. H e ha s a s tocky build wh ich combine s speerl and power and when hi s s ignal wa s called t o driv e thru the line or skirt the end s , the oppon ents found him a might y hard m a n to get off hi s fe et. H e wa s a lway s full c f fight and hi s optimi s ti c encoura ge m ent ch ee r ed the team on to b ettet路 work . FRED ROTHERT, Halfback, First Year Roth ert is an other Harvard product who upholds in a very cr editable manner that hi gh sch ool 's r eputation of turning out ex cell ent football p lay er s . "Fritz" came tu P eru wit h hi s m ind mad e up to land a b erth on the Blue and White football squad, and his det erminati on a nd r eal ability wa s the m ean s by w hi ch h e r e alized hi s am bition. H e wilJ be b ac k in the Bobcat fold n ext year and s hould b e on e of the best perf ormer s in t he camp.
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1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska