Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1935

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I THE ■ 195!? • PERUVIAN Basketball Carmichael, Punches, and Cowell will never again don the Blue and White basketball togs for Peru. While looking into the prospects for a good harvest next year we find a crowd ot young aspirants who should carry Peru to a State Championship. Season’s Record Peru 35 Tarkio ....26 Peru 30 Bethany ....10 ...17 Hays ....38 Peru 34 Tarkio ....24 Peru 33 Bethany ....25 ♦Peru 23 Omaha ....30 34 Wayne ....31 Peru. ... 31 Federals ....34 ♦Peru 39 Kearney ....47 ♦Peru 35 Chadron .... ....27 ♦Peru 35 Chadron.... ....33 ♦Peru 17 Omaha ....47 ♦Peru 39 Wayne ....35 Peru 28 Hastings.... ....36 Peru 30 Wesleyan .. ....27 ♦Peru 36 Kearney ...40 Confercnce Games. SHEELY LEWIS CARMICHAEL PUNCHES WEST Page Fifty’Scvcn

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RIGGS ETHINGTON MOORE KNAPP COWELL Basketball Weary from a long week’s journey, the Peruvians took a two-day “rest" on their own campus, and then set out for Omaha to do battle with their strongest opponents. It was at this point in the season that the Bobcat morale was split wide open. Omaha's famous basket-shooting trio, who had been thorns in the sides of Nebraska college teams for the past three years, exploded for their last time against Peru. They piled up most of their team's 47 points, and allowed the hapless Peruvians only 17. Still anxious for second honors, however, the Bobcats came home and awaited their approaching second game with Wayne. Moore, Riggs, Carmichael, Lewis, and Shccly came through with divided scoring and whipped the Wildcats for the second time during the season, 39 to 35. Hastings College, champs of the N. C. A. C., were next on the home card. The Bronchos vir-tually murdered the Bobcats during the first three periods, and then warded off a last quarter scoring spree by Punches and Moore, to win handily, 36 to 28. The Bobcats wound up their foreign court schedule with the Wesleyan Plainsmen in the most rough-and-tumble contest of the season. Thirty-three fouls were called on the two teams, and three Peru men were expelled from the game before Peru finally came out on top, 30 to 27. The final game of the season was played on March 1, to decide the fate of the conference stand ings. Peru had to win in order to hold second place alone, but Kearney, those reckless under-dogs, again appeared in Peru's path and blasted their hopes by handing down a 40 to 36 defeat, which automatically threw Peru, Wayne, and Kearney into a three-way tie for second honors in the conference. THE ■ 1935 • PERUVIAN Page Fifty'six



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From row: McGill, Angus, Klauschic, Hansen, Freeman, Scott, Sandin, Scarlc, Donner, Davey. Second row: Kentopp, Miller, Darting, Pritchard, Carmine, Gordcr, Hackctt, McKimmcy, Brookcr, Priefert, Munn, Sctscr. Bacl{ row: Spiech, Casey, Meier, Ujcik, Slcpicka, Barstlcr, Davidson, Modlin, Crawford, Dutton. Womens Athletic Association OFFICERS Beryl Darting.................................................President Margaret Casey................................................Secretary Martha Gordcr.............................................«...Treasurer Ruth Hanlon.....................................Corresponding Secretary W. A. A. is an association for the college women who arc interested in athletics. Its purpose is twofold, to enlist girls in both outdoor and indoor athletics, and to build healthy bodies. Any girl on the campus may become a member by earning one hundred points in some sport. When she has earned five hundred points she is entitled to a letter. To receive a sweater, one thousand points must be earned. Throughout the year a variety of sports is offered. The season begins with Hit Pin Ball followed by Volley Ball, Basketball, Baseball, and Track. Swimming, Hiping, and Tennis arc all equally enjoyed. W. A. A. offers to any girl a program of health and recreation of the highest type, and an oppor tunity to develop her skills in the athletic program. The sponsor. Miss Davidson, has given fully of her time to aid in building a program of sports enjoyed by all, and has served as an ideal inspiration to every girl with whom she has come in contact. Page Fiftyeight THE 93T ■ PERUVIAN

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