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WALTER BUETTZENBACH. Guard (All-State)
"Bitzic” played his third year of basketball for Peru this winter and certainly earned his place on the All-State team. He is a very strong man on the defense as his long reach enabled him to stop many an opponents’ shot. He has the endurance to play the floor for the full forty minutes and always seems to get his share of baskets. His favorite stunt was to start a little game of keep away after Peru had a good lead. “Citzie" likes these championships so well that he is going to help win one or two more.
CAPTAIN FRED RtuHEKT. Forward (All-State)
"Fritz” has just finished his best year of basketball. He helped give Peru the championship last year and led his team to the front this year. He is the ideal leader as he could always get the team to respond to his call for victory. He was high score man of the conference with 137 points to his credit. “Fritz” was very steady when it came to dropping in the free throws. He leaves this year but will be back for some more of these championships later so Peru can count on a good man returning.
CAPTAIN-ELECT TED WEIMER. Center (All-State)
Ted came to Peru after learning the game at Hardy. He played a strong game in his High School Days as Hardy has three cups that he helped win at the State Tournament. He was the man that the team needed and was soon a fixture at center. He was a good floor man, fast on follow in shots and at working under the basket. When on the defense he hurried the opponents shots so that very few long ones were scored. With such an able leader as Ted in the Captain's position next winter. Peru can rest assured of a
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GEORGE WILLY, Guard
“Toppy” decided that this was his year to go good in basketball. He had never given much attention to basketball while here but soon showed that he could play this game as well as he could play all others. “Toppy” was fast at getting down the court and could get back in time to break up the opponents play. He sure never stopped until he had his man. George will be with Peru next winter and will show many of these teams his true
worth as a guard.
GLENN FRARY. Forward (All-State)
Frary went better this winter than ever. He was still just short enough to slip through and get his shot. He scored 64 points, a very good mark, but his real value was in his ability to play the floor and start a break in the opponents defense. When on the defense lie could worry the opposing team by stepping in. taking one of their passes and getting his shot away before they could cover him. Frary is leaving so Peru loses one more good
GLOVER MILAM. Guard
“Dub” had a big job on his hands to fill that back guard position but he sure took care of it as is shown by the low scores of the opponents. In six games they were held to 10 points or less and one of these was a shut out. “Dub" had a way of playing the ball and not the man that allowed him to stop many shots and still avoid a foul. He played more times than any man on the team as he didn't like to be relieved. "Dub" was a good man to shift to jumping center and will no doubt be back for more sport.
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