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PERU HARRIER THIRD IN NATIO
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Peru State cross-country runners and Coach Pilkington
pose with their championship trophy won when they
swept to first place in the NAIA District II cross-country
I965 Record of Dual Meets:
1965 Record of Triangular Meets:
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meet in Omaha. Fmr1tRnzu.'AIini Watson, Tim Hendricks.
Louis Fritz, Ron glones, and -lim Sprague. Tnj1Hmr',' Dick
Zaparanick. Coach Pilkington. ancl glint O'Donoghue.
Peru State cross-country in its third year on the campus ex-
perienced the finest season of its short history. Several major
objectives of the season were successfully fulfilled as the Bob-
cats clefeatecl Kearney State in winning the NAIA Regional
Championship and placing third in the NAIA National Cham-
pionship in Omaha-the highest national finish of any sport in
Peru State College history.
The Peru harriers won two major meets, the Nebraska Wes-
leyan University Invitational and the NAIA Regional Cham-
pionship, and tied Kearney State in the Peru State College
Invitational Meet. The squad remained undefeated in all dual
and triangular meets, excluding the Nebraska College Confer-
ence Meet where they finished second.
Peru 6, Opponents 0
Peru 4, Opponents I
1965 Record of all competition scored at dual meets: Peru 44, Opponents 3, I tie
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"Victory or Bust" received third pluce honors. The clispl.ii was huilt hx W1-slcx lfellowship.
The Peru State S.G.A. sponsored Homecoming Dance proved to he il
perfect ending to ll day well stocked with excitement lor students, ztlumni.
and faculty. The dance wats held in the gymnasium ui 9 p.m., Lind the
couples entered through the open mouth ofthe First Prize winning display,
the Peru Bohczit.
Once inside. they sziw streamers decorating the ceiling, Lind revolving
colored lights placed around the sidelines. Tgthles and chziirs were set up
around the sides oli the dance floor. The Norrie Eggers Cluintet provided
the evenings music. The atmosphere was that olizt night cluh, and the lights
and tables gave 21 feeling ol. intimacy unusual for the size ol' the floor.
.Xlph.i Nlu Omega mpttiretl setond plume with
There were rnguir imgrgingrtive exhibits tonstructed during Home'
coming. Much time, lgihor. and cretuiviti were emplored hx all who
entered Ll project.
At IU p.m., the music stopped und the couples re-
turned to their tzthles as the llomecoming Qrueen. Nlif s
h'T2ll'lTyll Masters was crowned. The hand provided httclx-
ground music as two children. Kelly Clomhs. who carried
the QLICCIITS crown, and Scott Clozltney solemnly wgtllced
to the throne set up att the entrance to the room.
Next. the retiring Homecoming Qvueen. Nliss Pitt
lNhezttley walked to the throne escorted hr Nh: Bill
Rinne. The four "runners up" were then introdut ed
and each ol' them joined the others ut the throne with
their escorts. Nliss Put Knipplemier was escorted hy Nh.
Ray Cain: Miss Ceci lirzmgelist hi' Nlr. Charles Gordon:
Miss Mary Mowrr hy Mr. Ron liroll: and Nliss Kathi
Francis by Mr. Royce Curtis.
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SECO D IN NEBRA KA CGLLEGE CO FERENCE
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Louis Fritz, a junior from Dawson-Verclon, has compiled a ffl hTS-- 37 SCC-l while iylllng lhe best UIUCS ill lhf' fl-ll Flllfl llli'
phenomenal 51316 uf' U-05S-U,um,-V Suu-C5568 in his three I0 mile runs. Louis. voted as Pc-rt1's most valuable runner
years as 21 Bobcat h2lI'I'if'l', Ltmis hqildg PC'I'u 1-QL-Ufds im- djs- lor 1965 along with senior tlitn Sprague, captured seventh
tances of 3.0 tl5:0llJ, 4.0 t2ll:l7J, 3.4 tl7:l0J, and 26 miles and eighth place notches in two national marathon contests.
Coach Pilkington Cin backgroundl watches as eight members Ron jones, Roger Neujahr, Dick Zaparaniclctjiin O'Donog-
of the Bobcat cross-country team begin a practice run ol' lille. Dim Trout. and Tim Hendricks.
Peru's course. From left they are: Phil Herbster. Van Allen,
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