Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1933

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Firit Row: Bruc«. Carmichael. Cowell Second Row: Dasher. Gaines. The first game of the season was played on Peru’s field with the Midland Warriors. With seventeen letter men and many promising freshmen in suit. Peru displayed much power in the line and backfield. With two all-state men. Captain Hatcher and Ex-captain Tolly. Peru played real football and turned in a 13-7 victory. Peru traveled out to Crete a week later and met the Doane Tigers in an annual battle. The field was hard and weather rather cold. The Tigers and Bobcats played hard all during the game, but both teams looked ragged. The Tigers looked best on their passing attack, and turned in a 7-6 decision against Peru. Pike, promising freshman, played a real game and looked like a varsity type of player. Injuries took Captain Hatcher from the game in the second quarter. Hero some of Peru's men played against their former high school rivals, as the Tigers are composed mostly of former Crete high school stars, an outstanding Nebraska high school. Then came the gala time of all the football season, with tho old grads coming home to their Alma Mater. The Maryville Wildcats had held Oklahoma University to a 0-0 tie several weeks bofore and promised a real homecoming gamo. The Bobcats and Wildcats fought their very hearts out, and Peru's lino held with that dotormination of "never give an inch." 92

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NIGHT GAME THE SEASON Peru Reserves . . . 6 Tarkio Reserves . . 0 Peru . . 13 Wesleyan . . 7 Peru . . 7 Hastings . . 0 Peru . . 19 Kearney . . 0 lotal Peru . . . . 96 Opponents . . . . 35 When Coach Gilkeson sounded the.call for his men a week before school started, some thirty Bobcats scampered into the Bobcat den. These men practiced hard for a week before the co-eds returned, and with the beginning of school the squad membership went up to seventy men, among whom were Captain Hatcher and Ex-captain Tolly, and many promising freshmen, such as Lewis from Shubert, Denny from Fair-bury, and Pike from Albion. "Deb" Miller is certainly the right man to lead the 1933 Bobcats. He has held down a regular varsity berth for the past two years, and handles himself as a champion at all times. "Deb" is not only a ball carrier, but a good blocker, and handles punts in top form. He is the one man who goes down to Peru's Rose Bowl every with the idea in mind of returning a better player, is a'Scholar and a leader among his fellow associates. He is a product of Einer Toft, a Bobcat who will always be remembered. "Deb" will be a Junior when he leads the 1933 Bobcats. an honor that is seldom bestowed on an athlete. With a great number returning and Captain Miller to lead them, Peru will be looking for another successful season in 1933. night, "Deb" Captain-elect DELBERT MILLER 91



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Maryville soon found a little loop hole in Peru's defense, and used their passing attack to effect, and finally gained a one point advantage over the Bobcats, winning the game 7-6. Every Alumni went away knowing that Peru had a team that would fight to the last to carry the Blue and White on to victory. The Chadron Eagles left their sand-hill home and flew down to Peru, to be entertained by the Bobcats for Peru's first conference game. Old Man Weather was experimenting, trying to find out which was the better in the rain, a Bobcat or an Eagle. His experiment was completed by the end of the first half, because he shut off the faucet and let the game proceed on a field covered with water. The game was a muddy one and it matched the kicking toe of the Eagle against that of the "Bobbie." The Bobcats took a 13-0 decision. Peru met Wayne in the second conference game of the season. The wind was strong throughout the entire game, but Peru won 13-7. Peru made no substitutions during the game which was unusual for a football game, but the Bobcats were hitting their pace at Wayne. Then the Bobcats had a week of rest, and football was at a standstill. Tarkio called up and asked the Bobcat Reserves down for an afternoon visit. The game was interesting throughout and both teams varied their attack, and on the last play of the game Peru scored, which brought a 6-0 victory back to Peru.

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