THE MICHIGAN DAILY1
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ain Is Only Man Besides
:k Tompkins to Lead Two
-y Benjamin Is Manager
:r Next Year's Diamond
Superko, 3b ....
Braencle, if . .
Hudson, lb .....
Daniels, 2b .....
Hole, 2b. . .... ..
Kracht, ss .....
For the second time in the his- Kiegler, p......
ry of Michigan athletics a mani Eastman, cf
s been named to captain two*Drabicke
rsity teams. This second man is
y Hudson, '32Ed, of Girard, Ohio, Totals.......
Lo was elected captain of the 1932.
seball team yesterday afternoon INDIANAI
a meeting of this year's letter-
an. Hudson's other captaincy is anis.....
at of the football squad for next Koenig, lb.
.1. The only other man to hold May,ef.......
o posts of athletic leadership Hickey, If.....
s Jack Tompkins, '32, who cap- Johnso, rf.....
ned this year's diamond nine Dichey , c......
d who will lead the 1932 hockey Dickey, 2b......
am i the Conference campaign. Thomas, 3b
Earry Benjamin, '32, of Utica, Thom-.
w York, was named manager of Totals. ..
xt spring's squad according to
announcement made last night * Ra for Dae
Douglas Miller, '31, retiring man- Scared fonnEas
er. Four assistant ,managers and IScore by inmgs
e alternate were also named byIMian
ller. Men appointed to assistant- Michigan.h
ips are Lucien Chipley, '33; Gor- Errors - Rasch
n Krause, '33E, William Young, 2Braende hit
, and Robert Carson, '33. The i Tw n-base hits
,ernate position went to John Home run-Dick
Joe Turnesa Starts
With 34 But Runs Up
77 Total for Round
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Cotton had 12 fours running in
his 36 out and his 36 in, playing
the steadiest round of the morn-
Scores Look Good.
Joe Turnesa, who had a fine 34,
two under par, oing out, ran into
trouble on the in nine and took 43
for a 77. The inward course was
taking heavy toll of nearly all the
players, only Henry Cotton seeming
to have its measure with his 36,
Willie Hunter, the seventh Amer-
ican to finish, posted a 76. He had
33s for both the out and in nines.
As the day wore on and,the head-
liners began to come in the Ameri-
can scores looked better.
John De Forest, the youngster
who was runner up in the Amateur
championship at Westward Ho, re-
quired 82 strikes to get around.
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men out, the bases full and the
count three and two on the batter,
Moody dropped a fly ball that land-
ed right in his hands to permit two
runners to score. The third man
came in when Moody recovered the
ball and threw it clear to the stands
along the third base line.
Vern Compton and Gus Kiegler,
Michigan's two star right handed
hurlers, were no puzzle whatever
for the Indiana batsmen, but Jack
Tompkins, who came in from center
field to take up the pitching burden
in the fourth, turned in a fairly
creditable performance. Compton
was driven from the hill in the
third after permitting four hits and
being in hot water constantly,
while Kiegler lasted for only one
frame, during which time the Hoos-
iers pounded out five safe hits.
Tompkins was never in trouble
until the ninth, when Moody's error
let three runs across. The only
solid blow off the Michigan captain
before that time was a mighty home
run clout to left center field by
Dickey, the Hoosier second base-
ERRORS GIVE INDIANA 9-5 VICTORY
OVER MICHIGAN; DANIELS INJUREDI
MacDonald Smith, U. S.. .70
Archie Compston, G. B... .72
R. A. Whitcombo, G. B. ... 72
"Lefty" Vellar, Indiana southpaw I
ace, was as much a puzzle as ever
to the Wolverines when he could
get the ball over the plate, but a
slight tendency to wildness, in addi-
tion to three errors on the part of
Crimson players, enabled the Wolv-
erines to get their five runs.
In the fourth inning Superko
walked, went to second when VellarI
threw wild in trying to catch him
napping, and proceeded on to third
on Braendle's safe bunt. Both men
came in when Hudson laced a single
Kracht and Compton walked to
open the fifth, and scored on suc-
cessive singles by Braendle and
Tompkins and an error by Rascher.
Hickey, Koenig, and Dickey were
the big guns in the Indiana attack,
the first two getting three hits1
apiece and the latter a home run
and a single.
W. H. Davies, 0 B......73
Horton Smith, U. S.
Aubrey Boomer, France.
Johnny Farrell, U. S.... .
INCLUDES EIGHT AMERICANSI
Jose Jurado, Argentina... 78
Henry Cotton, G. B.......74
Tomasco Genta, Argentina 74
Abe Mitchell, G. B......77
Fred Robson, G. B........ 78
Len Holland, Great Britain 78
Gene Sarazen, U. S.......75
Joe Turnesa, U, S.........76
George Duncan, G. B....,75
Rufus Stewart, G. B......79
Marcel Dallemagne, Fr.. . .84
Joe Kirkwood, U. S.......77
Syd Esterbrook, G. B......75
Willie Hunter, U. S.....77
Harry Vardon, G. B.....77
Tommy Armour, U. S....,79
Pierre Hirigoyan, France .73 75 148
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Tigers Lose Second
in Row to Senators
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the ancient Eppa Rixey set Phila-
delphia down with ffour hits' and
one run while his Cincy teammates
were getting to a duo of pitchers
for eight hits and three runs.
Vosmik ... .........Clevdland
Melillo......... . St. Louis
Herman .....,.... ... .Brooklyn
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er, Dickey, Vellar,
Daniels 2, Moody
- May, Johnson.
key. Stolen bases-
xurten menibers of the Varsity
n were awarded letters. Those
iving awards were Captain Jack
pkins, '32, Royal Oak; Cap tain-
t Roy Hudson, '32Ed, Girard,
>; Michael J. Diffley, '33Ed, of
Castle, Pa.; Norman J. Daniels,
d, Detroit; Stanley Kracht,!
d, Detroit; Arthur S. Superko,
Nanticoke, Pa.; Eugene. E.
endle, '33Ed, Royal Oak; Harry
inan,, '31, Detroit; Augustus J.
ler, '32Ed, Honesdale, Pa.; Wil-
i V. Compton, '31, LaPorte, Ind.;
ley J. McNeal, '32, Lakewood,
>; Lawrence Butler, '32, Bay
John J. Drabicke, '31, Detroit;
Frank S. Moody, '31, Brook-
en, Miss.; Douglas E. Miller, '31,
Washington, N. Y., was award-
he manager's letter.
he Japanese base ball players
light hitters. The Biambino of
Orient last season was Fujii of!
Hosei University team, now1
ing America. He hit .324. .
Hiudson, Danieis. bacrifice hits -
Koenig, Vellar, Moody. Struck out-
By Vellar, 7; by Compton 1; by
Tompkins 5. Bases on balls Off
Vellar 3. Hits - Off Compton 4 in
2 1/3 innings; off Kiegler 5 in 1i
inning; off Tompkins 6 in 5 2/3
innings. Passed ball-Johnson. Left
on bases-Indiana 10, Michigan 5.
Umpires-Lavan and Olmstead.
Brooklyn 8, Chicago 9
New York 9, St.Louis35
Boston 5, Pittsburgh 3
Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 0
Detroit 1, Washington 2
Chicago 1, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 8, New York 6
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