Bill Dorsey letters at Pitt 1934
PITT ELECTS BENW00D BOY 1934 GRID CAPTAIN Pittsburgh, Jan. 18 (/P)—Charles "Doc" Hartwlg, of Benwood, W. Va., little noticed by football spectators recause as a guard he usually Is in the midst of pileups—but highly rated by his opponents—was named captain of the .1934 Unlvers:ty of Pittsburgh football team tonight. The announcement was made at the chanci'lor's dinner while hie teammates cheered vigorously. "Doc" )s rated as one of the most aggressive players on the team. He entered Pitt in the fall of 1930 after propping at Union high school in Benwood, a suburb of Wheeling. Reporting as an end, Hartwig did not make the regular freshman team and missed the entire 1931 season because of a leg injury which kept him from school. The new captain was a regular on the championship 1932 team and this year at left guard. He is a junior in the school of education. Among those awarded letters were: John Meredith, Fairmont, W. Va. and Richard Matesic, Benwood, W. Va. Numeral winners included: James Schrfpin, Martins Ferry, O.; William Dorsey, Martins Ferry, O.; Stanley O'Neil, Stubenville, O., and Prank Ifallo, Welch, W. Va.