W i n o r L o s e . . . T h e y ’r e S t i l l O u r . . \BOBCATS”! tractive new gym did much to create more in- the Paul Smith’s basketball team this sea- it meant that the students would not have the Campus to watch our ’Bobcats’’ play, ember 30th enthusiasm was high as the team [ first appearance. It was with high hopes C basketeers met a shorter and more ex- J Utica College quintet. But such hopes jmed and our \green team\ was defeated by of 75 to 58. Shortly after that our boys to St. Michael’s only to be out-scored again >, in spite of Gene Walsh’s contribution of s. After these two losses the team suddenly :o find itself for in the next game our arch >tsdam State, was handed a surprise defeat 52 thriller on our home court. In the final of the tilt, Murray Stoddart plugged a bleeding nose to sink the winning points. Or road again the team invaded western New ' State. They made an aggressive start and do\ Alfred Aggies 62-60. The next night Robert 1 leyan topped our boys 70-67. The last game of trip was with Rochester Institute who squeaked a 71-68 victory over a weary PSC team, led by scoring Bernie Collins. In December the New England College a came out on the short end of an 83 to 74 deci: played at Henniker, New Hampshire. After Cl mas vacation the boys left for a four day trip to pose three undefeated squads who remained in undefeated ranks after the visit of the Bobcats. I wich trimmed the green and white boys 80 to while Albany Business College stole a heartbre; from the spunky PSC’s 64 to 62. The West P Top row: H. Barth, D. Baxter, B. Pellegrine, N. Diterichs, D. Marks, K. Stoute, J. Lord, J. Bau- meister. ’ Second ro* \Bucky\ Roche, Coach; G. Walsh, Captain M. Stoddart, B. Paller. First row: G. Thomas, Assistant Manager; B. Collins. Absentee: Joe Canzeri, Manager.