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Russell Sautter Back Senior
Dki.bert Miller Back Freshman
Stephen Gaines Back Junior
Clayton Goit Back Sophomore
ON returning from Chadron the Bobcats pointed for the old rivals from Kearney, the Antelopes. Peru and Kearney did not meet during the 1930 season. The Antelopes were N. I. A. A. Conference champions for the 1930 season. Coach Ted James brought a team to Peru with high expectations of winning from the Bobcats, but due to the 1930 affair the Peruvians were well set for the Antelopes and consequent y walked away with a victory of 20 to 0. Peru had the edge at all times during the game and were at no time in any danger of being scored upon.
Thanksgiving was a day of snow, sleet, and other sorts of disagreeable weather. The Bobcats traveled to Omaha to encounter the Omaha University Cardinals at Western League Park. Omaha, with the best team in years, were contenders for the conference title and only the Peru Bobcats stood between them and their desire. The field was covered with snow and the ground was frozen underneath the snow, so that the playing conditions were anything but good. It was very difficult for either team to make any headway until finally Sautter got away for a long end run and a touchdown, making the game 6 to 0 for Peru. During the second half Omaha ran two kickoffs back for touchdowns and the final whistle ended the game 12 to 6 in favor of the Omaha Cardinals. The Bobcats received, as usual, an excellent reception at Omaha.
Only four of the 1931 Bobcats will not be back for the 1932 season. They are: Ackerson. guard; Dasher, tackle: Fisher, tackle: Sautter, back. There is a wealth of material left for 1932 which means that Peru should have an excellent team.
Captain-elect Homer Hatcher, all-state quarterback for two consecutive years, is certainly the right man to lead the 1932 !3obcat football team. Hatch' has held a regular birth on Peru football teams for the past three years and has handled his position in championship style at all times. He is not only a field general and a punter, but he can also hit that line hard for those few yards which are so often badly needed. ‘Hatch’ weighs about one hundred and seventy-five pounds and can handle every ounce of his weight. He is the best passer in the N. I. A. A. and has pulled many a game out ol a tight hole with his accurate bullet passes. The 1932 Bobcats are fortunate to have such an all around man as their leader.
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Peru . 24 Bethany THE SEASON . 22 Peru . . 21 Wayne . 33
Peru . . 10 Lamed A. C. . 39 Peru . 20 Omaha University 36
Peru . 25 Hays . 32 Peru . 31 Chadron 30
Peru . 16 Bethany . 51 Peru . 33 Chadron . . 41
Peru . 37 Chadron . 29 Peru . 22 Kearney 35
Peru . 34 Chadron . 33 Peru . 31 Hebron . 28
Peru . 35 Wayne . 33 Peru . 27 Norfolk . 19
Peru . 30 Kearney . 31 Peru . 35 Nebraska B' . 34
Peru . 51 Norfolk . 21 Peru . IS Omaha University 2
( APTAIN HOMER HATCHER can be ranked with the best of Peruvian forwards. Homer has finished his third season of college basketball and has been chosen for a birth on the all-conference team for the second time. Last season he was the leading scorer in the conference and this season he collected a total of one hundred and forty-three points, averaging almost eight points per game. ' Hatch' has always played cool, steady basketball, the kind that a coach can count on in a pinch. He has that well known "eye” for the basket and the ability to dribble or pass out of a tight situation. Being the captain of a basketball team is no easy job. but Homer handled it in great style. Peru is fortunate in having this great Bobcat back for an-Caf»tain Hatcher other basketball season.
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