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Back in 1920s, each AUC student, dressed in short pants and an undershirt, took two hours of athletics each week, mainly calisthenics and gymnastics. Back then, people did not associate spots activities with a college or university. Crowds often gathered outside AUC fence to watch. As the boys became more proficient, they were able to form a pyramid by standing of each other’s shoulders. This became an AUC landmark.