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T. Dillon. H. Brown, K. Wollord. J. Rhoten. F. Fithicm. L. Paap, I. D. Loritt. P. Urbauer. O. Rath. W. Rod-lorn, R. Boosol. E. Mincor. F. Norstadt. T. Lytlo.
Resolved: that the Federal Government should adopt a policy of equalizing educational opportunities in tax supported schools by means of annual grants.
Beginning with only two experienced debaters, the group grew from ten members the first semester to thirteen members the second semester. During the season five of the group took part in the Kearney Invitational Debate Tournament.
The group appeared at several social functions and on convocation programs. The use of “Sociodrama" was introduced and used on several occasions. The active debate season closed with the entire club going to Kearney to the "Nebraska Inter-Collegiate Forensic Association" tournament.
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Front row: Loft to right: Waddle. Wilson. Whislor. Clayburn, Schoitol. Campbell.
Second row: Briseno. Duane Miler. Mudra. Anderson. Powers. Freet, Matschullat. Thiesfeld. Eaton. Masek.
Thomas. Stroup. Beran. Coach Kyle.
Third row: Maytield. Poppe. Ryan. Bowling. Vacek. Muntz. Peterson. Sipes. Laue. Taylor. Walden. Brawner.
Sweeney. Tillman. Coach Wheeler.
Back row: Reed. McKnight. Wazak. Bornemeier. A1 Majors. Heimbuck. Yocum. Walker. Eshelman. Templemeyer. McCartney. Motzger. Paap. Art Majors. Duey.
Coach A1 Wheeler began his eleventh season at PSTC as eighteen lettermen reported for the initial drills late in August. In addition to the dozen and a half returning monogram winners there were a host of promising freshmen. In fact, Peru greeted its most promising group of yearling grid candidates since the pre-war era.
When the final gun barked to halt the Peru-York game on Armistice Day, 1948 the Bobcats had won their fourth victory of the season against four defeats. In addition to this accomplishment, four seniors had donned their blue and white grid togs for the final time. This quartet of gladiators who sang the swan song was composed of Jerry Clayburn, Wayne Linder, Jerry Matschullat, and A1 Powers.
On the victory side of the ledger were the games with South Dakota Wesleyan, Doane, Midland, and previously mentioned York. The Bobcat juggernaut came out on the short end of the score against Washburn, Wayne, Chadron and Wesleyan.
Prospects are bright for the 1949 grid campaign with twenty-seven lettermen returning to bolster next autumn's squad.
Don Anderson A1 Powers
Tecumseh, back Oberlin, Ohio, back
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