The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for March,
Unlike most "shining stars" both Dee
and Schroeder were active in other sports
and activities. Together they worked
their way through school, running the
Stanford Guide Service, hashing at the
A sorority, and working for the athletic
department. Schroeder played basketball
as well as tennis, as did Dee who found
time to indulge in four years of tennis,
two years of basketball, and one year of
football. Both were elected to the
national senior honorary society.
The many coaches and players that
have analyzed these two players have
found Schroeder to be a great offensive
player and Dee a great defensive player.
Ted possesses superb volleying skill, rivaling that of Jean Borotra and Wilmer
Allison, as well as perfect lobbing ability,
and a tricky serve.
Dee has developed an uncanny knack
of anticipating where the next ball will
be hit, and getting himself set for it. His
footwork, so important in tennis, is outstanding, as is his ability to concentrate
intensively during play.
Larry and Ted have not only proved
themselves great tennis players, but as
well, respected and admired men of
May we of California Beta join all
Phis in wishing the best of luck to Ted
at Annapolis and to Larry at Great
Lakes, and hope that these rival brothersin-the-Bond may soon be facing each
other on the courts again.
Basketball Standouts Recognized
(Continued from page
due. Evans was a standout in the Big Six
and was a unanimous choice for the all
conference first i;eam as he sparked Kansas to its eleventh title in fifteen yezirs.
Washington State's standout team in
the Pacific Coast Conference was led by
Owen Hunt, who, in his last year of competition, reached the peak of his game.
A high-scoring guard and a leech on defense. Hunt starred in every game of a
long, hard schedule. He is richly deserving of this honor.
Only sophomore on the Phi honor team
this year is Ed Ehlers of Purdue, and for
any one doubting the wisdom of this selection with so much veteran talent available, it might be mentioned that he was
named "Sophomore of the Year" in the
Big Ten. He topped all Purdue scorers,
ranked high in the Conference as the best
scoring guard, and did a fine job on defense. He was named to the Big Ten's second all star team in a year which saw
four of the first five places go to Illinois'
Space does not permit any detailing of
the records of men selected on the second
All Phi team and alternates, or the Little
All Phi team. SufiSce it to say that they
are among the country's outstanding players, and all had unusually fine hardwood
Basketball in 1943-44 is an unknown
quantity at this time, but if you happened
to follow the Big Ten freshman tournament at Lafayette, Indiana, last month,
you may have noticed that the winning
Purdue team was featured by the play of
John Lodge. The runner-up team. Northwestern, showed two fine prospects in Van
Ess and Ward. All three of these men are
Collaborating with us in this year's selections was Dr. John Davis, Jr., Washburn '38, Topeka, Kansas.
Litde All Phi Team
MCNAUGHTON, Franklin Guard