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LEIENDECKER FIRSTENBURG BASEBALL, 1935 By Norman Falahee A brilliant start — a disastrous slump — then a breathless five-victory finish that missed out by an eyelash, characterized Washington ' s 1935 second-place baseball nine. Proving once again that it is entirely possible for a college baseball team to win the Northwest championship with only one outstanding pitcher, Oregon took the pennant for the second straight year. Of the eleven Webfoot victories that enabled the Eugene club to finish first, Don McFadden, a right-handed pitcher, accounted for eight. just this lack of a really effective hurler hurt Coach Tubby Graves ' Husky squad. Graves had two or three creditable moundsmen, but none of the trio were as formidable as Oregon ' s ace. As it was, Washington made a thrilling comeback after losing five games in a row in the middle of the season. Washington started out by looking like sure pennant winners, taking both games from Washington State here, then drubbing Idaho twice on Graves Field. The Purple and Gold batsmen lost their power on their first road trip, however, losing four games to Oregon and Oregon State. Back on their own field again for the last time, the Huskies split two-game series with Oregon and OSC. Their last swing of the circuit resulted in double victories over Washington State and Idaho. With practically the same team back this year, Graves ' team should be a potent factor in the championship race. Willie Hewson, Len Rich, Gil Leiendecker, Paul Marlowe, Dick Cook, and Ed Loverich led the hitters, while Jack Daly, Rudy Enquist and Bernard Kohls were the trio of moimd aces. The Huskies score and Mascot Bobby Winslow goes after the bat. Liraves tells the umpire what really happened. lubh ' deniun.- iralcs how to " lav on the wood. • 140
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CLEGG DEERING ROSENBERG TENNIS TORNEY Sweeping through six collegiate opponents, Washington ' s champion- ship varsity tennis team topped the 1935 season by placing Pal Rosenberg and Ken Clegg one-two in the singles, and Bob Briggs and Jim Hill second in the doubles at the Northern Division conference meet at Pullman, May 25. Netmen who aided in the Huskies ' win over Oregon State, Oregon, Washington State, Whitman, Idaho, and CPS were Pal Rosenberg, Ken Clegg, Bob Briggs, Barney Grevstad, Bob Deering, and Jim Hill. The 1935 freshman racket-wielders, " the best in the history of the University, " according to Coach Jack Torney, turned in victories over fifteen opponents without registering a defeat. Numeral winners were Bill Crapo, Dave Johnstone, Ed Murphy, Bob Knappenberger, Bob Cahen, George Gray, and Dick Bergholz. Frosli Ttiim.s . C.MIEN . CRAPO . GR. Y . KNAPPENBERGER . BERGHOL: 139 •
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ENQUIST KOHLS Lettermen were: Pitchers — Jack Daly, Rudy Enquist, Bernard Kohls; Catchers — Roger Dawes, Roy Marlowe, Roy Nevaril; Outfielders — Dick Cook, Ed Loverich, Gil Leiendecker, Paul Marlowe; Infielders — Dick Baker, Len Rich, Willie Hewson, Fred Firstenburg, Johnnie Hunter, Gil Enckson. Senior Manager — Bob Rodal. NORTHERN DIVISION STANDINGS Team Won Lost Pet. Oregon 11 5 .688 WASHINGTON 10 6 .625 Washington State 8 8 .500 Oregon State 8 8 .500 Idaho 3 13 .188 Firstbascman Baker dig.s one out of the dirt for a putout. — .-U3K ■MillJi ' Wee Willie He v.son fattens up his batting average. Hardworking managers smoothing up Graves Field for a conference game. 141 •
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