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NORTHERN DIVISION STANDINGS: Ha Gbaii V . L. Pet. Washington State 12 4 .750 Washington 9 7 . .563 Oregon 9 7 .563 Oregon State 7 9 .438 h Idaho 3 13 .188 " Wee " Willie Hev son snaps one home from short Kohl All-oround performer, Paul Marlowe, outfielder, pitcher, catcher y Mike Bird COACH TUBBY GRAVES ' Husky baseball team didn ' t win the Northern Division bunting in 1936, but the Huskies did provide plenty of opposition to Wash- ington State ' s conference chompions. A pair of 2-1 victories which went to the Cougars were the deciding factors In determining the title win- ner, while o late-seoson rush by the Oregon Ducks enabled them to tie Washington for second place with nine wins and seven defeats. Weakness In the pitching department was the Huskies ' big trouble os enemy batsmen got to Graves ' hurling staff for a number of timely bingles that cost several gomes. Husky pitchers, however, did have a fairly good average in preventing earned runs by rival clubs. ilg Ed Loverlch mokes a circuit trip agolnst W.S.C. Loverich steps Into one for a solid bose hit off Oregon State
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gi ' am in this meet at Hay- ward Field in Eugene. Bill Vondermay set o new field record of 6 feet V inches in the high jump. Captain Ken Killlen bested the suppo- sedly " unbeatable " Bud Shoemake, conference champion, in the 220, and Jimmy Angle turned in a beautiful 4 minute 20.1 mile In outrunning his Ore- gon rival, George Sharpf. Another trio of noteworthy achieve- ments studded the Washington State meet. Morion Hay won the century in 9.7, Vic Polmoson recorded o senso- tlonol 1 :54.6 In the holf-mlle, and Bruce Humber stepped off his best 220 of the year, winning that event in 2 1 .4. Art Morgan, dean of Husky hurdlers, ran his best race of the year in the high hurdles against U.C.L.A. when he come within two-tenths of the world record with a dazzling 14.4. Nineteen Huskies were awarded let- ters. They were: Bruce Anderson, Jim- my Angle, Bert Anshutz, John Buckley, Boyd Chllds, Jim Drury, Marion Hay, Bruce Humber, Ken Killien, Dave Maginnis, Vic Markov, Jess Miller, Art Morgan, Vic Polmoson, Walt Rohrschelb, Roger Samples, Fred Stutfield, Bill Vonder- may, and Don Whitworth. I I i PALMASON COPS THE 880 BY THIRTY YARDS AGAINST UCLA VANDERMAY NICKS THE BAR IN HIS OPENING HIGH JUMP EFFORT AGAINST THE BRUINS
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Si eaion o j 936 Enqulst i Tubby poles one out to the infield Loverich THE WASHINGTON mound corps held Northern Division batsmen to four and o half runs a game. Smooth actioned Lou Budnick led the staff in effectiveness. The veteran tamed Idaho, Oregon State and Oregon, dropping only a 2 to I decision to Washington Stote. Loose armed Jack Daly, heavy duty member of the staff, set down the league champions twice, besides subduing Idaho and Oregon. The big southpaw was charged with three losses. Rudy Enquist, big left-hander with a Swedish occent on every pitch, broke even in four appeor- onces, halting Oregon State and Idaho. Bernie Kohls dropped his only complete game 2 to I to the championship Cougars. In his third season behind the plate, Roger Dawes, quiet receiver, was voted the Flaherty inspirational medal for his fine play. Mitch Gasparovich caught in five contests. Coach " Tubby ' s " infield combination centered around wee Willie Hewson at shortstop and Len Rich ot second. Hewson ' s big bat cracked out four triples and three doubles, while Rich proved his nearest slugging competitor, with six doubles and a home run. Dick Baker held forth at first base, collecting 18 wallops during the season. A! Plummer ond Clark Moore divided duties on third base. Both sluggers cracked out two doubles, two triples and a home run. Next to Daly, who batted .476, Moore wos the club ' s leading hitter with a .414 mark. Ed Loverich stood head ond shoulders above the best outfielders in the league. Loverich lead the club in runs scored, with 15, and in total base hits, with 23. Together with Dawes and Hewson, the big outfielder was picked by Coach Tubby " on his all-conference team. Wendell Newcomb, 130-pound mite, showed up one night in right field and kept the job for the seoson. Newcomb, hardest batter in the league to pitch to, collected 18 hits and got to first 12 times on four walks and being hit by eight pitched bolls. Gil Leiendecker finished his collegiate coreer in his third season as leftfielder. Paul Marlowe and Jack Stall- cop, promising sophomore, were Coach " Tubby ' s " utility gardeners. Dick Baker makes a put-out at first Hewson crosses the plate against Oregon
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