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" Jack Brawner
Nebraska City, end
Nebraska City, back
Hot Springs, S. Dak., bac
Peru 26, Midland 2
The Wheelermen scored their second conference win at the expense of the Midland Warriors. Mudra plowed over the initial marker while Wilson scampered sixteen yards for the second tally. A Don Anderson-Bill Sweeney pass accounted for another score while Anderson registered the final touchdown. The Warriors scored a safety in the early moments of the game.
Peru 13, Wayne 21
Wayne's passing attack accounted for their three touchdowns as the Wildcats spoiled Peru's Homecoming. A Don Anderson-Jack Brawner aerial was good for the first Peru marker and Wilbur Scheitel climaxed a seventy-yard drive by scoring the other tally. The Wheelermen outyarded the visitors and Don Anderson completed eight out of twelve passes.
Peru 6, Chadron 14
Again the Bobcats outplayed their opponents but came out on the short end of the score and the Peru jinx on the Chadron oval continued. A Chadron punt which was blocked by Glen Eis and recovered by Merlyn Muntz accounted for the lone Peru score. Wally Calvert scored twice for the Eagles.
Falls City, back
Toledo, Iowa, guard
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Jim Waddle Kenneth Sipes
Falls City, back Salem, tackle
Peru 34, South Dakota Wesleyan 6
With only two weeks of practice the fighting Bobcats opened the season with a convincing triumph over South Dakota Wesleyan on the Auburn High grid. Darrell Mudra hit pay dirt early in the second canto and the Peru boys were never headed. Mudra chalked up two more markers on short plunges in the last helf while Dean Theisfeld and Bob Wilson added the other tallies. Dick Campbell booted four perfect conversions before the South Dakota boys registered their only six-pointer in the final stanza.
Peru 13, Washburn 34
Fletcher and Harmon led the Ichabods to victory but the game was much closer than the score indicated. The two teams were almost evenly matched from the statistical standpoint. Bob Wilson scored both Peru touchdowns, one of them on a fifty-four yard dash. Dean Theisfeld scampered sixty-five yards on another occasion.
Peru 7, Doane 0
In the first conference game of the season Peru turned back a rugged Doan eleven in a hardfought game on the Nebraska City oval. Darrell Mudra plunged over for the only touchdown in the early moments of the final period, after Wayne Linder had recovered a Doane fumble deep in Tiger territory. Don Anderson's passing played an important part in the Bobcat offense. Doane's T-formation was halted by an aggressive Peru forward wall.
Darrell Mudra Frank Masek
Omaha, back Odell, tackle
Oberlin, Ohio, back
North Platte, end
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North Platte, guard
Peru 0, Wesleyan 12
Coach Bus Knight's Plainsmen were the only team to shut-out the Blue and White squad as Rex Mercer and Kenny White proved too much for the Bobcats. Don Anderson's passing featured an early drive which fizzled out on the Wesleyan five yard line, while Wayne Linder and Glen Eis were outstanding on defense.
Peru 43, York 8
In the season finale, the Wheelermen scored a decisive triumph in an Armistice day game at York. Bob Wilson scored three touchdowns to bring his season's point total to forty-two. Cal Walden and Dick Campbell also hit paydirt and Wilbur Scheitel dashed thirty yards for another T. D. The Panthers scored their lone marker in the second quarter while the two teams exchanged safeties in the third stanza.
Lettermen not pictured:
Wayne Linder, Nehawka, center; Dean Miller, North Platte, guard; Ken Stroup, Benkelman, center; Jack Tillman, North Platte, back; A1 Linder, Nehawka, tackle; Manuel Briseno, Hershey, center; Bill Vacek, Pawnee City, end, Kenneth Taylor, North Platte, center.
North Platte, back
Tama, Iowa, end
David City, end
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