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Tim Hendricks proved to be a top distance man to the Rich Rech was a Bobcat bright-spot in the Sprints.
' TRACK RECORDS
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440 Intermediate Hurdles: Ross Ridenour . . :64.0
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Two Mile Relay: . . . 8:02.3
Javelin: Bert Faulkner . . . . 205'89F
Discus: Mike Mulvaney . . . . 168'8 3f8t
Bob Repp, Mike Mulvaney, and Bruce Vickery proved to be a great help to
the team in the weights.
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The 1967 Peru State track team is pictured as follows: Kneel- B. Faulkner, B. Morris Cnon memberb, B. Vickery, J.
ing, Paul Fellfnonmemberj, C.Smith, R.Neujahr, R. Ridenour, Tegelhutter Cnon memberj, R. Uher, G. Wilson.
Standing: D. Zaparanek, T. Vrabel Cnon memberl R. Carbone,
PERU STATE THINCLADS
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coach Mclntire looks over possible point getters.
The Peru State Bobcats, led by weight men
Mike Mulvaney and distance man Tim Hendricks,
showed great success throughout the season. Better-
than average field strength andtopnotch distance
performance kept the Bobcats in contention in a
season which saw them outdistance almost every
opponent. Bright spots in the season were the
discus throwing of freshman Mike Mulvaney, the
mile and two-mile runs of Tim Hendricks, and the
surprising depth of the entire thinclad squad.
The Bobcats swept tovictories over Nebraska
Wesleyan, Tarkio, Concordia, and placed high in
the Midland, Wayne, Kansas State, and Kearney
State Relays. The Bobcat two-mile relay foursome
set a school at the Drake Relays although placing
way back in the field.
Valuable squad members added additional
depth to the track team. These were Tim Hendricks,
Mike Mulvaney, Bert Faulkner, Jim Hagemeier,
Arnold Johnston, Gerald Wilson, Cal Smith, Jim
Watson, Roger Neujahr, Rich Rech, Curt Holliman,
Ross Ridenour, Jim O'Donoghue, Dick Estes, and
others too numerous to mention.
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Seated: V. Jensen, D. Winfield, J. Rains, D. Hammer, S. Beach A Burr K Waltke D Jensen J Warren L Schoff
Pattison, A. Sullivan, G. Young, J. Tegelhutter, S. Zbylut, J Creamer R Guzinski R Ideus J Crabtree B Everhart
B. Capell, C. Mizerski, Standing: J. Pelisek, N. Petrillo, L. M Gude J Waltke
PER ST TE BASEBALL
The Peru State Baseball team didn't quite
live up to its expectations as the Bobcats failed
to win a home encounter with but one game left
at home. Peru's shabby playing against Creighton
exemplified the season for the Bobcats. The
potentially powerful Bobcats could not muster
the clutch base hit or come up with the fine
defensive play when they needed them most.
The Bobcats never did sweep a twin bill, but
split numerous times during the season. Bobcat
pitching was led by big Jim Tegelhutter, Jim
Rains, Doug Winfield, and Vern Jensen.
Tegelhutter threw numerous two hitters which
highlighted the dismal pitching of the staff.
The Bobcats virtually with the same personel
as last season failed to come up withthe success-
ful season they had last year.
Jim Waltke, Al Sullivan, John Creamer,
Dennis Hammer, Chuck Mizerski, Steve Pattison,
Stan Zbylut, and Gary Young were standouts in the
field and at bat throughout the season.
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