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By Winning 7, Losing 2, Tieing I
Climaxing or ten-yecxr losing streak to arch
rival Logansport, the Tigers opened their sea-
son with a 6-U win over the Berries. Next came
a disheartening tie with Wabash, Peru looked
like they had the game sewed up with a 2l-7
halftime lead, but the Apaches staged an am-
bush the second halt to tie the game 21-2l.
Despite torrential downpour of rain, and or
muddy tield, the Bengals showed their grit by
beating Huntington 6-U. Next came three con-
secutive victories: 26-l4 over Twin Lakes, 20-U
over l-larttord City, and a 35-U homecoming vic-
tory over Alexandria. Biddied with injuries and
sickness, Peru lost a "must" conference game
to Elwood, l9-7. However, the Larsonmen
bounced back with a 42-U rout over Macona-
guah and a most rewarding 26-14 victory over
highly ranked Tipton. The Bengals closed the
season with a 40-20 loss to unbeaten Warsaw.
Battle-wounded and bloody, the nose oi rugged Bob
ockenbaugh shows that football is ' o' 'wnsys
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Placing third in the ClC is the l9F54 Tiger Football team. The D, Hunt, I. Rockenbaugh, T. Hughes, B. Butzin, S. Eder, F.
geqm mgltritjg-S, How 1: T. Rockwell, fl Conklin, D Buzbee. Sipe N. Blaski How 3: T Dunton, lvl Mills G Loe, D Con-
B hockenbaugh, l, Yentes G. Bomar, B. Thurston, M. Eiken-
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stable, l. Hoover. M. Same, M. Aikman, D Coddington, I,
Wilson, S, Smith, D Fechtman, D, Sipe, S. Williams H Holler,
I Wilson Bow 4: S Blackman, S Denny, D Ge-iselman, l..
Hays, R. Ellis M Lunsford
Peru's fighting football team completed a
highly successful season of 7 Wins, 2 losses, and
l tie. Their record in the Central Indiana Con-
ference of 4 wins, l loss, and l tie gave them
third place in the Conference. No fewer than
seven Tigers were named to the All-Central
lndiana Conference Teams via the voting of
CIC coaches. Terry Rockwell, senior center, and
Rick lnniger, a senior defensive specialist,
earned honorable mention. Bob Hockenbaugh,
senior full back, Hon Conklin, a 200 pound sen-
ior tackle, and lerrv Yentes, a senior end who
caught 2l passes, were named to the second
team. Named to the first team were Gayle Bo-
mar, senior quarterback, and Herb Masiuk,
The Bengals amassed a total of 209 points
for an average of 20,9 points per game, where-
as their opponents totaled 108 points for an
average of l0.8. Peru gained 596 yards pass-
ing to their opponents' 557 and 2087 rushing to
the opponents l220.
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Driving hard to escape a would-be attacker and his
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