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Peru 38 ........Hastings 35
The Bobcats were nudged by the Bronchos N. C. ft. C. leaders, in a contest which featured the self stopping time clock and an argument among scorers over the number of fouls Trupp, Hastings guard, should have. Greathouse led for the 'Cats.
Peru 45............. Doane 41
Doane became the eleventh to feel Bobcat fangs as Walker sparked an early rally and Halladay and Greathouse warmed the net.
Peru 41.......... Midland 37
The loss of Bailey continued to be noticed as Peru barely edged out the Warriors from Fremont. The 'Cats had won their last three games by a total margin of 11 points. It was victory number twelve.
Peru 61............Haskell 35
The Haskell Indians were no match for the fast charging Hilltoppers, who again went over the (60) mark in points in obtaining their thirteenth straight victory.
Peru 52..............Hastings 53
PI ball rolled round the hoop and finally fell off outside to see the Hastings jinx hold true as the 'Cats lost their first basketball game of the season in an overtime period by one point. "The Rowdy" Mclntire and Halladay starred for Peru.
Peru 38 ...........Kearney 28
The ‘Cats returned to the credit side of the column as they made it victory fourteen and stayed undefeated in conference play.
Bob (35) points the way for "The Dinger" to stuff her in while Nelson (29).
Hannah skids into Indian territory tagged by Haskellitc Groenleal (4).
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'CATS TIE FOR N. I. A. A. HONORS.
Panting 'Cats could well sit back on their heels hugging State Championship and N. I. A. A. Co-Championship laurels, all because of pooshing over 19 out of 25 games to pile up 1,199 points during this season.
It was the last roundup for "Swisher” Halladay whose 328 points smashed a record; Len Greathouse, who tallied 271 baskets; Ding Bailey, one of the state's outstanding guards, and Pruke Purucker, the organization's mainstay.
Peru 30 ...........Tarkio 22
Halladay led Peru with nine counters as the Bobcats initiated the season with victory over Tarkio—the quintet who later captured the Kansas City Inter-Collegiate Tournament.
Peru 43..........Wesleyan 40
Off form, the Wheelermen barely edged out the weak sister of the N. C. A. C. Conference in a close-all-the-way match.
Peru 63............Alumni 47
The entire squad saw action as the 'Cats went to easy victory over the boys who talk of the Alma Mammy. Halladay set a fast pace with 20 points.
Peru 45...Milwaukee State 32
Milwaukee State, boasting one of the strongest quintets in Wisconsin, battled the Bobcats on even, terms for thirty minutes, but Halladay led the Peruvians to victory with 18 points. Krzoska, Milwaukee guard with a game average
Len (36) watches Hannah and Mac block Richendifer (30) while Cec and Marvel (31) standby during the Hastings fracas.
of 17 points, was held to seven.
Peru 62..............York 34
Sporting new warmup jackets, the Bobcats displayed their power to wallop as the Gallant-coached cagers from York floundered with 9 to the
Cats 31 during the first ten
Peru 49 ...Midland 36
As both Halladay and Greathouse were held under 10 points, Mac took over scoring duties—17 of 'em, to out-swish the Midland warriors.
Peru 50 .... Doane 30
Victory number seven came as Belka was all Doane had
to offer. Greathouse and Halladay again were best for Peru with 15 and 14 counters respectively.
Peru 31............Kearney 24
The Hilltop quintet annexed their first N. I. A. A. Conference game as they won over the Antelopes. A shifting-zone defense bothered the Wheelermen.
Peru 35............Wayne 25
Twenty-six fouls were called during victory number nine, marking the Wheeler men's lead in the N. I. A. A. Conference. Bailey suffered an injured ankle which kept him out five games, allowing Frosh Hannah to show up well.
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“Rowdy" Mclntire “Swisher" Halladay “Cec" Walker
Peru 65 ...... Wesleyan 44
For the fourth time this season, the Bobcats soared over the sixty mark as Wesleyan became the fifteenth to be bounced in sixteen games.
fit one time, the 'Cats scored 14 points in less than two minutes.
Peru 54 Hard n-Simmons 40
In the first game of the Texas trip, Peru showed the Hardin-Simmons Texans how to maneuver the ball through the basket, however the Texans failed to learn quick enough to ward off defeat. They had consolation in that it was the Teachers' sixteenth victory in seventeen contests. Bailey led the Wheelermen with 12 counters.
Peru 66 New Mexico State 25
'Twas said that the Mexicans were treated to the best display of basketball they had ever seen as the Peru “Courtiers'' won easily. Halladay got 23 markers.
Peru 63........ West Texas 81
With Mac and Ding Bailey fouling out in the first eight minutes of the game, and Len Greathouse far from his normal self because of slight sickness, Peru went down fighting in the second round of the El Paso Tourney. Halladay kept the Nebraskans in the game until the last three minutes. Averaging six-foot-five the Texans had suffered a previous loss to a Bobcat victim, Hardin-Simmons.
Peru 49 New Mcx. Normal 81
The trip-weary boys of the Blue and White suffered convincing defeat because of an All American basketeer called Hutchinson who scored 41 points.
Peru 47............Chadron 45
The Hilltoppers returned to the win side of the ledger as they edged out Chadron in one of the outstanding games of the season. Halladay and Greathouse again led the
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