S JNDAY, . MAY 4, 1930
-E MICHICAN DATLY
PALAY1BY PLAY ACCOUVNT OF: GAME
the play. Trusimwsl~i went to first
on a fielder's choice.. Truskowski
IWas forced out at second, Myronj
scoring. Hill batting for COnMton.
1-1111 went to first on an attempted
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Oiphant flied out to Butler, but
Schwartz s~ruck out.
Michigan-Compton walked. ;But-
ler out at first, Coampton going tol
second 'on the "play. Superko tripled
into left field, bringing in Comp-
ton. Tompkins struck out. Hudson
popped to Kadison.
Prange lined out to Myron.° Schuett,
singled. Fyfe struck out. Rojan
into left field. Straub walked. My-
ron walked, Hudson and Straub ad-'
vancing a base. Truskowsk! popped !double play, but Schwartz 'failed to!
cut to Dempsey.
Sixth i n ni i n g-Northwcs ferni
Schuett grounded out Daniels tot
IHudson. Fyfe grounded out, Da3;iels
I to Hudson. Rojan flied out to But-
IMichigan-Daniels grounded out
Schuett to Oliphant. Compton
touch second and both men were!
safe. Butler fouled' out to 0'l phant.
Siiperko was hit and loaded the
bases. Tompkins fliedc out Go Prange.
Two hits, one run, one error.
Ninth i n ni i n g-Northwestern:
Dempsey singled through Superko.
Kadison flied to Tompkins. Crizev-I
Demnpsey holding second, Oliphant
forced Crizevsky at second. Myron
to Daniels, but Daniels' throw to
first was high and Oliphant was
safe, Dempsey scoring on the play.
Schwartz grounded out, Superko tot
Hudson. One run, two hits, one er-
Michigan-Hudson walked. Straub
tripled to right, but was out
stretching it. Madison to Schuett to
Rojan. Myron struck out. Truskow-
ski hit a home run to the tennis'
courts. Daniels singled to rightb.I
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struck out. grounded out Dempsey to Oliphant. sky drove a hit through third, three hits, no errors.w
Michigan-Straub singled be- Butler flied out to Prange. ' I --tll -tll-tt---tlt- lttltl- ll- ltt-tltil-ltitll-i-tilh----Ilf-tlla ---- - - - tt1.
tween second and third. Myron wast Seventh inning--Northwestern:I -
hit by the pitcher, advancing Straub! Dempsey fouled out to Superko.
to second. Truskowski went to first! Kadison went to second on Myron's
On~ Rojan's and +Crizevsky's errors.! error. Crizevsky grounded out to 4h
Rojan dropped Truskowski's foulj Myron, Myron made a pretty stop
tip on the second strike. Danilels and throw, Kadison went to third -
1 and Straub were caught on a dou- on the play. Oliphant walked. -I
ble pla y. Fyfe to Rojan to Qlii- Schwartz grounded out to Superko.'
phiant. Compton struck out. Michigan-;:;upei :wostruci~ out. -
F i; f t h inning-Noirthwestern: Tompkins grounded out to-
JDempsey singled to left field. Kad- Schwartz. Hudson beat out a bunt Pte s i"'
ison sacrificed, advancing Dempsey'1 down the third base line. Straub B u rroseoP attersonbet and ht=trckou. ,.
to Myron, Dempsey going to third Eghhii Ig-NrwsdnI
ontepa.Oihn ige oPrange mnade a home rain into left B-
right scoring .Dempsey. Schwartz f?ild Schuett struck out. Fyfe.
out at first, Crizevsky scoring, grounded' out, Superko to Hudson. -
Prange struck out.:,Rojan struck out. One hit, one run,Fr t niy e ee s
Michigan-Butler popped cut to no errors. 1M r tern tIelr
Dempsey. Superko hit a hom'e run' Michigan-.Myron tripled into left
into. tfil. teaknsgrunedfld. Truskowski -hit through third'!
out to Schwart. iudson doubled base, Myron was held on third on I -
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