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Page 72 text:
Several honors were awarded to individuals of
the Peru Tiger basketball team for their outstande
ing '.-.' crl: cn the round ball court during the lol-
65 season Although the commendable record
compiled by this years sguad was an alleout-et-
tcrty additional honors were presented to Senior
teain members who displayed outstanding ability,
Six members ot the basketball team received
honors, The Free Throw Award was presented to
Rick lnniger tcr 7373 accuracy from the charity
stripe, Much needed tree throws helped the Peru
Tigers come out on top in more than one game.
lnniger was also awarded this seasons Captain
Award. The coveted l-lopper Award went to Mike
Eikenberry, while Tom Hayes' ability on defense
the Best Defensive Player Award.
work by Gayle Bomar and lohn
Hentgen captured them this years Most Improved
Seniors Dominated Te
Seeing that he is in a spot Gayle Bomar takes the
liberty of l-f-during the floor to frzrecwe .3 uniqug ,Ump
"Which way does the ball go?" wonders Kenny Day
and Mike Eikenberry as they spot an opponent travel-
ing in the opposite direction
am, Received Honors
Trying to work the ball ter or good shot, Senior for-
ward Kenny Day pasies to Senior guard lohn l-lentgen
JT? aS4t Y
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Gruduating football team members inlcude: Row 1: Bruce Thurston, Bob Rockenbough, DeWayne l-lartleroad T
Rockwell, Gayle Bomar, Bon Conklin. Row 2: lerry Yentes, Kirk McKee Bill Shuey, lohn l-lentgen, l-lerb Masiu
Good lay, ttitude
Several Tiger gridders were honored in various
ways this year. Gayle Bornar, Senior guarterback,
received all-state honorable mention, the left-
handed field general, who completed 34 of 83
passes for 425 yards, also received the Kiwanis
award for the Most Valuable Back. Rugged Senior
fullback Bob Bockenbaugh, who gained 575
yards, was named the Tribune Tiger of the Year
and the Elks Best Defensive Back. l-lard-hitting
Senior guard Herb Masiuk was named Elks Best
Defensive Linernan and Rotary Most Valuable
Lineman. Dale Geiselman, a Sophomore, was
named the Most Improved Player by the Lions.
Team tri-captains were Bob Bockenbaugh, l-lerb
Masiuk, and Bill Shuey, a Senior halfback who
rushed 342 yards and caught 15 passes for 249
yards. Carrying the ball B8 times, Senior half-
back lohn l-lentgen rushed B48 yards for an out-
standing average of 9.5 yards per carry. Senior
Mike Eikenberry punted 30 times for 988 yards,
and Dennis Hunt, a lunior, kicked 23 extra points,
including a string of l5 in a row.
Forever lighting a tug-of-war with his swe-
Coach Larson is shown pulling them up a
watches the football plays during the gc e
Page 73 text:
Training for the varsity squad are B-team members They include Row 1: l. Hoover, L. Hayes, T. Foltz Rornfeg' S
Blackman, M. Saine. Row 2: D. Constable, M. Mayo, D. Clark, C. Cole, l. Pearcy, D. Fechtnian.
Cubs Gained Experience or Future
Gaining experience tor future varsity play, Mike Saine
clribbles around an opponent as Dave Constable attempts
to set a pick-up lor him.
By playing in B-team games, the Tiger Cubs
gained experience which will prove valuable
when they are playing in varsity games ln iaif
one would not be too tar wrong it he said that the
"B-team" stood tor builder, because the B-tear
builds varsity players.
Coached by Mr. Rigle, the reserves lost their
opener, 57-45, to Marion. ln real Molosies the E-
team beat Lewis Cass il-35, conauered T'.'.'1:1
Lakes 45-42, and edged Alexandria 44-QU. They
defeated Harttord City 48-37 betore they 'where
trounced by Logansport 55-27 and conquered by
Tipton 45-35. Saueezing by Burris 39-So the
Cubs then beat Manchester 42-34. and whipped
Wabasli 53-44. The team dropped a ST--H dess-
icn to Warsamr in the tirst gaiiie that the 'safs1i',
won while the reserves lost. The Cubs were V-'er'
beaten by Kokomo Sl-42 and bombed pg' F
Wayne Central 74-44.
Alter slipping past Cali Hill -lt?-42
lost to Huntington -13-34. The Cubs droppea tgieiis
tinal three games by being beaten by Rochester
54-58, whipped by Michigan City 66-4m az
edged by Elwood -17--13.
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