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Peruvians ran wild all afternoon, but were unable to pushe the ball over the goal for the necessary points. Finally, with two minutes to go, Riggs took a Wildcat punt on the fifty yard stripe, reversed the entire field, and raced to a touchdown to give his team a victory and third place in the N. I. A. A. standings.
Prospects for a successful 19.'5 season depend largely upon the quality of material that will show up to take the place of the graduates, who include: Punches, Carmichael, D. Miller, Peek, and Luttman.
LUTTMAN D. MILLER M. MILLER
when they started cross-ing the Peru goal in rapid succession. Late in the fourth the score stood at 26—all, when Bus Moore recovered a Wesleyan fumble on his own forty-five yard marker. Delbert and Marvin Miller carried the ball to the five yard line and Riggs scored the winning touchdown that made it 32 to 26.
The final engagement of the season found the Bobcats in a battle with the Wayne Wildcats on the latter's field. The
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The Peruvian took another sickening setback the following week on home soil, when the Hastings Bronchos, champions of the N. C. A. C. Conference, scored twenty'five points in the first half to win the game before a capacity Parents Day crowd. The Bronchos split the Peru defense wide open after the second quarter started and scored three touchdowns on long runs and passes. The first score came in the dy' ing moments of the first quarter, via the air.
The sixth game on the schedule was played under the lights at University Place, with the Wesleyan Plainsmen affording the opposition in the most thrill' ing game of the decade for any Nebraska grid team.
Wesleyan scored first in the early moments of the lirst
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quarter, but Story crossed the enemy goal line twice in the next ten minutes to give the Peruvians a 13 to 6 lead. “Cats" Miller, diminutive halfback, made his debut in the fracas when he took a Plainsman punt and wriggled down the sidelines forty yards for the third Peru touch-dow'n. Delbert Miller scored the next tally in the early part of the sec-ond half to make the score 26 to 6.
The Wes 1 c y a n i t c s launched a scoring cam-paign that went beyond the bound of possibility
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O. PUGH R. PUNCHES
A considerable amount of interest was shown the first year, and the pro-gram was continued this year with an increased desire to compete in the various sports. It is planned to continue the intramural program in years to come.
Provisions arc made in the rules that no man is allowed to compete in any one of the sports if he has received a letter award for inter-collegiate competition. This eliminates the chances of one house lining up any or all of the experienced players.
Each house is allowed to organize a team composed of fifteen men, these same men to compete in the various sports all the way through t
Beginning in 1933, instigated by Coach Glen Gil-keson, Intramural sports were definitely inaugurated into the Physical Education Program on the Peru State Teachers College campus.
Both Lorbeer and Gilkeson had begun to realize the fact that not every young man in college could expect to make the first squads in football and basketball. Therefore, something definite had to be worked out so that every boy would be given a chance to perform in some kind of sport.
House teams were immediately organized and competition began on the basketball court with eleven teams competing for the championship.
After basketball season, the house teams continued their feud for first honors in the following sports: Handball, Tennis, Track, Kitten Ball, and Volley Ball.
W. PUGH REYNOLDS
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