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Russell Wasley, Captain-elect
In electing Russell Wasley to the captaincy the team chose a man of exceptional qualities. “Rus” has played a stellar game at guard for three seasons, and his profound knowledge of basket ball should make him a worthy leader in his last and best season next year. His ranking as a gentleman and clean sportsman is worthy of praise.
The Bobcats invaded the Panthers’ lair to emerge the winner 45 to 31. On February 2, York tried to avenge this defeat at Peru, but again the Kutnink-coached quintet showed their superiority by severely trouncing the York five 33 to 17.
Then the team took to the road to dispose of Dana 58 to 10. February 6, and lose a hard-fought battle to Trinity College, 24 to 22, the next night. They tasted defeat for the fourth time the following week when they dropped a nip and tuck game to Kearney 32 to 24 on the latter’s bird’s-eye. The M-I-N-K tourney crowd of February 17 and 18 witnessed the annihilation of Chadron twice in succession to the harmony of 46 to 13, and 33 to 14, respectively.
'I'he home season was brought to a fitting climax when the Bobcat five again met and triumphed over the Omaha Athletic Club 31 to 17, February 27. The team was put out of the running at the A. A. I’. Tournament at Kansas City by McPherson College. Kansas State champs, 45 to 37.
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Paul Hertz, Captain
Captain Hertz has, for three years, been one of the best guards in Nebraska collegiate circles. He has no superior when it comes to taking the ball off the back board or intercepting passes, and he maneuvers his 220 pounds on the floor in a style that is beautiful to see. Fans eagerly await the season of 1929.
COACH KUTNINK’S proteges made their initial appearance in the season of 1928 on January 0, to take the measure of the Syracuse American Legion five 51 to 8. The following week they continued their warming-up play to send the Dunbar town team home on the short end of a 70 to 13 count; and then they stepped out of their domain to take a 33 to 26 drubbing at the hands of the Maryville Teachers of Maryville, Missouri, on the latter’s court.
They next appeared on the home floor to humiliate Dana with a 64 to 13 finale January 20, but experienced another stumbling block in the Omaha Athletic Club a week later when the Metropolitan city boys, conquerors of Doane, Midland, and Kearney, ran away with the long end of the 23 to 12 score. York, N. I. I. A. conference champs, were the next victims to fall.
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Lawrence Malm, Forward
“Spike" plays a neat game at forward. He dribbles, passes and shoots with precision. Malm gets his degree this spring.
Wilbert Zorn, Guard
Zorn is another guard who figured big. “Dutch” is a clever dribbler and handles the ball well. He should make a good coach next year.
Joe Krejci, Center
“Big Joe” combines an uncanny eye for the basket with a “sweet” floor game, and has been a leading individual scorer in the conference.
Helmit Brockman, Center
“Brock” fills “Big Joe’s" place at center. He is tall and rangy and plays a flashy game at the pivot position.
Arnold Selk, Forward
Selk, the short cog of the basket machine, ended his competition at Peru this year. He has a great combination of speed and levelheadedness.
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