-RIDAY, MAY 1, 1931
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HOW WOLVES DEFEATED COLGATE
N FIRST OF TWO-GAME SERIES
FIRST INNING No runs, two hits, no errors.
Colgate - Dowser rgrounded out, Michigan - Tompkins fouled to
Daniels to hudson. Weed walked. Anderson. Hudson singled to left.
Ander.n tru& 1t. , ed Stole Diffley grounded to Weed, Hudson
second .cu Kricht's eror. Terry .going to second. Daniels singled to
grounded out, Daniels to Hudson. short center, scoring Hudson. East-
No runs, no hits, one error. man flied to left. One run, two hits,
Michigan - Superko rolled out, no errors.
Purple to Callar. Braendle ground- SEVENTH INNING
ed out, Weed to Callan. Tompkins , lgate - Litster grounded to
hit a homer to right field. Hudson short, Purple rolled to Daniels.
singled to left. Dif~ley struck out. Dowler flied to right. No runs, no
One run, two hits, no errors. -hits, no errors.
SECOND INNING Michigan - Kracht grounded to
Colgatc-Cottrell walked. Dash- short. McNeil singled, drawing Cal-
ncr flied out to McNeil. C~allan sin- tan off first. Superko singled to
gled to right, Cott-ll i nto center, going to -second on Dowler's
third. Dashn'er stole second, Cot- error, McNeil advancing to third.
trell scored on Daniels' error. -Lit- Braendle grounded to short. Tomp-
ster was out, Superko to Hudson. kins flied to left. No runs, two hit;,
Purple flied to right. One run, one one error.
hit, one error. EIGHTH INNING
Michigan-Daniels frounded out, Colgate--Weed rolled to short.
Anderson to Callan. Eastman rolled Anderson walked. Terry also walk-
out, pitcher to first. Kracht was out, ed. Cottrell grounded to Daniels,
Purple to Callan. No runs, no hits, both runners advancing. Dashner
no errors. ,grounded to McNeil. No runs, no
THIRD INNING ! hits, no errors.
odlgate-Dowler was out, McNeplMichigan--IHudson was out, Pur-
to -Hudson. Weed struck out. Ander- plc to "Callan. Diffley flied to short.
son doubled to left. Anderson went Daniels grounded to Purple. No
to third on a wild pitch. Terry runs, no hits, no errors.
grounded to first. No runs, one hit, NINTH INNING
no errors. Colgate - Callan was safe on
Michigan-McNeil grounded out Kracht's error. Litster was safe on
to Weed. Superko tripled to Center. a fielder's choice, Callan was forced
Braendle rolled out, pitcher to first. at second. Orsi, batting for Purple,
Tompkins singled to center, scoring singled to left, sending Litster to
Superko. Tompkins stole second, second. Dowler was safe, forcing
and went to third on Litster's error. Orsi at second. Dowler went to j
Hudson was out, short to first. One second on Kracht's throw over first.
run, two hits, one error. Litster scored. Weed flied to Hud-
FOURTH INNING son. One run, one hit, two errors.
Colgate-Cottrell flied to Daniels. -=
Dashner wasout, McNeil to Hud- COLGATE DOWNED
son. Callan struck out. No ruhs, no
hits, no errors. BY MICHIGAN NINE
Michigan-Diffley flied to center.
Daniels got to first, when Dowler McNeil Holds Invaders to Five
dropped his easy fly. Eastman foul-
ed to Anderson. Daniels Was out Hits in First Start.
stealing second. No runs, no hits,
one error. (Continued from Page)
FIFTH INNING In the third inning MKichigan
Colgate-Litster rolled to third, again scored, this time on a long
but was safe on Superko's wild triple, by Superko and a single by
throw. Purple sacrificed Litster to Tompkins. Again in the fifth a
second. Dowler grounded to Daniels, Wolverine runner crossed the plate
Litster going to third. Weed flied to when Kracht walked, went to sec-
left. No runs, no hits, one error. ond on McNeil's perfect sacrifice,
Michigan-Kracht walked. McNeil and scored on Superko's single to
grounded out, Kracht going to sec- left. In the sixth Hudson singled,
ond. Superko singled to left, scor- went to second on an infield out,
ing Kracht. Braendle hit into a and scored on Daniels' one base
double play. One run, one hit, no smash for the Wolverines' last
errors. marker of the game.
SIXTH INNING Colgate threatened in the sec-
Colgate-Anderson flied out to ond when they combined a single
Kracht. Terry lined to Daniels. Cot- with two errors by Kracht to score
trell singled to left. Dashner singled one. Weed, however, popped to
over second, advancing Cottrell to Hudson for the final out, leaving
third. Callan grounded to Superko. I(two mates stranded on the bases.
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