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Ancient Greeks Viewed Athletes

Cub 1: Ancient Greeks viewed an athlete as a person of great beauty, a symbol of truth.

Cub 2: The training he received was rigorous and strictly disciplined.

Cub 3: There was no time allowed for idleness.

Cub 4: We charge you as Cub Scouts to keep yourselves strong in mind, body and spirit, not just for your own sake but so that you can become useful citizens in the world to come.

Cub 5: Remember to say, "I will try" and to always do your best.

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