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~uakrtball COTNER 11- PERU 27 Coach Sr:eer's Peru Co llegian s annexE:d anotht:r sca lp to their w ell laden b e lt when the Pedagogues wallop ed the Cotner codege five, 27 to 11 on the B ethany tloor. Th e victory was of a d ec is ive nature. Co ming· from b ehind a four-point advantage> which the Bulldogs had g·athered in the first ten minutes of play the Pedagogues closed tlw first half with a 10 to 15 lead, and tumed loose a scoring spurt in the second period wh ich topped the Co tner total by sixteen points. 1n wmnin g from Cotn er, the P eru five un corked one of the be s t displays of basket ball ex hibited on the Bethany court this season. The rangy Peruvia n s presented :1 st1 ong c ffen s iv e and defensive combination . The defense of the Pedagogues is shown in the fact that Cotner was held to four field bask et s , all of which were of the long \ a l"i (ty . The l:lutldogs were h e ld to a lon e field goa l dur ing· the final period. Th e lJeru offens:ve did not get und er full steam until the final period, when they caged six bas k e ts from the floor. YORK 13-- PERU 39 Th e F e tu u:ge men annexed another conference victory by defea tin g the York Co ll ege quintet in a lifel ess ga m e . The first ten minutes of play was decided ly ragged and was marked by the in ab ility of either team to s .ip the inflated lea ther thru th e iron hoop . Time after t:me the Bobca ts worked the ball down und e r the basket only to have th e s hot roll aro und the r;ng a nd then hop out. It was not until the second half that the Ca t s h :t the ir strid e and s tarted to roll the leath er thru the n et. COTNER 18-PERU 38 Cotner put up a scrappy game wh en they appeared for the last batt:e of the sea son, in spite of the fact that they fa ced the r ecogniz ed champions of Nebraska. Th e lopsided score do €s not indicate the real quality of the game, for it was n ot until th e la s t of the second ha!f that the Bobcats took a s purt and put the ga m e away on th~ victory column. THE SCORE At At At At At At At At At At At At

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1922 - The Peruvian  

1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1922 - The Peruvian  

1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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