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Page 112 text:
EDV ARD PEDERSEN, HOWARD HATCHER. ROSCOE TOLLY. LEROY WESB
With a week's rest in front of the Bobcats, so they could spend their time on first semester examinations, they prepared for their return engagement with Kearney, where they also handed the Antelopes another defeat 45-26. At this game Priefert demonstrated the art of long shooting—trying fifteen shots from the center of the court and making eleven of them good.
On the way home Peru met Hebron Junior College in a return game and defeated them 45-27.
On the return home Peru entertained the Chadron Eagles for two qames. being played before the largest crowd yet seen in Peru, due to the fact that all M. I. N. K. Music contestants were guests. Peru won the first game, but was unable to gain an edge over Chadron the second night.
The Bobcats next defeated Omaha 34-30. sending the N. I. A. A. Basketball championship to Chadron.
In the game with Nebraska "B" the Bobcats held the lead to a 42-37 win.
Wayne came to Peru to close the N. I. A. A. season. The game was hard fought and Wayne won 38-34.
To close the season, Peru was entertained by the Midland Warriors at Fremont. The first half was a demonstration of real basketball, both teams handling the ball well, and the half ended 9-8. In the second half real team work was shown, but the Warriors took a decision over Peru.
"Dutch" has completed his fifth year at Peru, and during that time has developed many excellent basketball players and produced his share of championship teams. Lorbeer has played professional baseball for eight years, and generally spends only football and basketball seasons at Peru. During the basketball season he is just one of the team and every man will fight his heart out for "Dutch." Peru has changed "Dutch," he has dropped the old habit of chewing a towel during a hard fought game.
Coach "DUTCH" LORBEER
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LANNING ANDREWS. ROBERT CARMICHAEL. JOHN CRAWFORD. TOM RAIISBACK
The first game of the season brought the Knights of Hebron Junior College to Peru for the annual trophy fund benefit game. Peru overran the Knights and every squad member saw action.
The Bobcats' next game was played at Wayne, which opened the 1932-33 N. I. A. A. Conference basketball season. Peru played its first conference game without Ex-captain Homer Hatcher, who was lost for the rest of the season because of ineligibility. Both teams fought hard throughout the contest, but Wayne was given a score decision over Peru.
Peru returned home to entertain the Omaha Cardinals for Peru's second conference game. There was a little side attraction, due to Omaha's loss of its siren last year. The gym was packed, and both teams played a great brand of ball for three quarters, with Peru weakening in the fourth, and Omaha took a 40-31 win.
Peru's next two games were played on Chadron's court, some five hundred miles from Peru, where Peru lost her third and fourth conference games to the Chadron Eagles.
Peru returned home and faced the Kearney Antelopes, taking their first conference win by a score of 41-26.
Captain-elect Punches together with Captain Prie-fert made a barricade that Peru's opponents found hard to get through. Punches is a large man and uses his size to an advantage when the opponents come charging in on the goal. He was an outstanding athlete at Wymore High School and has made a name for himself in his two years at Peru. Peru will be expecting bigger and better performances from Punches next year and we are looking forward to seeing him fill the shoes of "Big Swede" Hertz.
Coptoin-oloct ROBERT PUNCHES
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