Armour Institute of Technology - Cycle Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1937

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Captain Addmec Bortusek Logullo Seidenberg Delve Wogner 156 held Armour to only five hits. Delve pitched CI nice gome, striking out thirteen men, but six errors by his teom-motes, two wcrlks, o wild pitch, ond four men hit by pitched bolls nullified the effec- tiveness of his strikeouts. Lolce Forest scored two runs in the first on two errors, cr wcillc ond CI single by Boyle. They received their other four tollies in the ninth inning. ln the return gome with Elmhurst, Armour emerged on the top of the 10-1 score. Elmhurst got their only run in the first inning, when the first two men up singled, ond one of them scored on Russek's bod throw. A downpour in the sec- ond inning stopped the gome for o holf on hour, but cts soon cts the clouds hod rolled by, the Techdwlcs proceeded to tctke their opponents to the cleoners. Dunne, Adomec, ond Russel: led the botting ottock. ln the second contest with North Centrcrl, Armour wos ogoin defeotecl, this time seven to two. Most of the score wgs the result of poor fielding by Armour. Dollenmoier ollowed only two ecrrned runs, but with no support from his teommotes wcts unotble to hold the Red Demons in check. Western lllinois Stote Teochers' College wos the next teom to ploy the Tech sluggers on Ogden Field. While the visitors were being held down to only two hits during the entire gome, the home teom went on o slug fest which brought in 18 runs. Armour scored dll of its runs in two innings, ll in the first, ond seven in the fourth. The totol of 14 hits by the Tech nine wcts helped olong by 10 errors by the visitors. Cooch Kroft, in o holidoy mood, let every morn on the bench ploy ot lecrst port of the gcrme. On the other hond, Mocomb hod so few substitutes thot Krott's permission wos obtoined in order to put in o mon who hod pre- viously been token out. The finol score stood Armour 18, Mocomb Oi On Moy 18, Michigon Stcrte Normol won ci heortbreoker from the Tech nine. Their winning run wos mode in the lost holf of the ninth os cr result of two errors. Dollenmoier ond Kruse did the pitching for Armour, but when the Ypsilonti boys got their bots out ond proceeded to do some hitting it wos difficult to hold them in check. Wogner, Seidenberg, Shewchuk, ond Bortuselc led in the botting for Armour. Ypsilonti finolly squeezed out the 6-5 victory.

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put them into the lead. ln the eighth Armour received three walks, but was able to score only one run. The Maroons obtained their winning run in the ninth inning. Northwestern trounced Armour 9-l, in the return game, which was the first home game of the season for the Tech nine. Wagner scored the only Armour run, coming in on Logullo's hit in the first inning. Northwestern scored three in the third and two in the fourth. Armour lost the next game on the schedule 20-l l, when North Central went on on a scoring spree. lt was a long and drawn out game, lasting three and a half hours. The visitors went into an early lead, scoring two in the first on a single and a homer, and two in the second on two hits and an error. Armour got one run in the second, and then tied the score in the fourth, when Adamec and Kruse doubled over the right field fence, and Dunne and Wagner singled. In the next inning North Central got six runs on five hits and an error. Although Armour got seven runs in the later innings, North Central was more adept at shoving the runners around the bases and piled up their grand total of twenty runs. The Techawks got their first win of the season at the expense of Elmhurst. Dollenmaier gave a pretty exhibition of pitching, when in the first three innings he fanned five men. Armour scored their first run in the first inning on a walk and two hits. The fifth was Armour's big inning. Dollenmaier started it off with a triple, and scored on an error. Seidenberg hit safely and then Adamec tripled scoring two more runs. Dunne doubled, and then scored on a long fly. The Tech Nine had an easy time of it with Wheaton, shutting them out, 9-O. The pitching for both of the teams was excellent, Kruse strikinq out nine men, and Iohnson of Wheaton fanning six. Kruse managed to keep the opponents' hits scattered and was never in much danger. Wag- ner led the batting attack for Armour, getting three safe hits. Dunne, Adamec, and Russek did their bit also with two hits apiece. Armour next split a double header with Lake Forest, winning the first game 6-2, and dropping the second 6-O. Dollenmaier pitched his best game of the season to hold Lake Forest to only three hits in the first game. A walk, an error, and two hits in the first inning gave Lake Forest their only runs. ln the second inning Russek knocked out a home run, Seidenberg walked, and scored the tying run when Bartusek poled out a double. The third inning saw Armour get one more run to go into the lead, and just tc ' sure of things, they scored three more in th Assistant Managers Forsberq and lkenn Captain Adamec Manager Laskiewicz Coach Kraft the SllUCIllCI1. TLlfOWSlCl, the LCIlCG Forest I The second game saw a complete reve 155



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ln their return game with Wheaton, Armour was taken 6-5. This was the second loss to Wheaton that Armour has had in l2 Years. For the second game in a row an early four run lead was blown to lose the game. Delve performed nicely on the mound, striking out twelve of the men that faced him. Armour got i3 hits to Wheaton's 9, but they were nullified by wild base running. Time after time an Armour man would be put out in trying to stretch a hit, or by being caught off base. In the final game of the season the visiting Ypsilanti team beat Armour 7f5. Armour drove across three runs in the first inning, as a result of a walk and hits by Wagner, Kruse, Adamec and Se-idenberg. In the third inning Michigan Normal went out ahead, when they filled the bases, and one run scored on a bad throw to the plate, while two singles drove in four more runs. Armour got another run in their half of the inning to make the score 5-4. In the next four innings Ypsilanti made 2 more runs. Three double plays nipped scoring sprees, while Adamec's splendid per- formance in the outfield prevented several other runs. Dunne got a single in the ninth inning, and went to second on a strilceout, but Ypsilanti made an error in throwing to second, another at third so Iimmy skipped across the plate with the unearned run. 1936 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opponents' Opponents Score Armour Chicago ..... . . 8 3 Northwestern . . . . l2 3 Chicago ..... . . 5 4 Northwestern . . . . 9 l North Central .. 20 ll Elmhurst ..... . . 3 ll Wheaton ..., . . O 9 Lake Forest .... . . 2 6 Lake Forest . . . . 6 U Elmhurst ....... . . l lO North Central ................ 7 2 Western Illinois State Teachers. O l8 Michigan State Normal ......... 6 5 Wheaton ............... . . 6 5 Michigan State Normal .... .. 7 5 Sliewchuk Russek Dunne Dollen- maier Bccci Kruse l57

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