Nebraska State League
All Star Team
Position Name Team Notes
First Base Vic Kosloski Sioux Falls Canaries beat Jones of Norfolk by one vote
Second Base Joe Dobbins Beatrice Blues Alex Filbert, Lincoln
Willard Padgett, Sioux Falls
also received votes
Third Base Cobby Moore Beatrice Blues received all but one vote
Short Stop Darol Shimer Norfolk Elks received all votes
Catcher Benny Warren Beeatrice Blues received all votes
also all star catcher in 1934
Center Field Marvin Pelton Sioux Falls Canaries received all votes
Left Field Ashley Joerndt Beatrice Blues John Grilli Norfolk
came in second in voting
Right Field Jim Brown Sioux Falls Canaries  
Utility Justin Keenoy Beatrice Blues  
Pitcher (LH) Kenneth Cabble Norfolk Elks Lefty Dunkle, Lincoln one vote behind
Pitcher (RH) Frank Wagner Norfolk Elks Claude Bradford, Sioux Falls in second
Manager Pat Patterson Norfolk Elks Received all but one vote
Honorable Mention:
Jones, Savage, Grilli, Swanson and Esrey; Norfolk
Hunter, Filbert, Peterson, Juelick, Garaway, Rossbach, Richards, Chiado, Dunkle; Lincoln
Padgett, Lobaugh, Brandon, Spencer, Keonig, Bradford, Locke; Sioux Falls
Swinger, Sekeres; Beatrice

Bennie Warren, a repeat all star catcher for Norfolk in 1935 from Elk City Oklahoma made his major league debut when he was 27 years old on September 13, 1939. He had a six year career as a catcher for the Philadelphia Phillies and the NY Giants. He died in Oklahoma City in 1994.

Orie Arntzen struck out 184 batters to lead the league. The right handed Norfolk flinger from Beverly Illinois made it to the majors in 1943. At 33 years old he had 4 wins and 13 losses in 32 games for the Philadelphia Athletics. He had 66 strike outs in 164 innings pitched.

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