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October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 20

…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 12, 1998 Defending team title easy as one-two-three for Wolverines x Despite finishing 20 seconds behind last year's winning time at the Murray…

… Michigan men's cross country team managed to successfully defend its 1997 team title at this year's Murray Keatinge Invitational in Orono, Maine this past Saturday. The sixth-ranked Wolverines, run- ning on…

… Maine's course, finished with 27 points to second-place Iowa's 64. In addition to taking the team title for the second straight year, a Wolverine took the individual title at the event for the fourth…

… consecutive year. Senior John Mortimer successfully defended his '97 crown, running the 8,000-meter course in 24:01. Actually, the Wolverines finished one-two-three in the race. Behind Mortimer, who was about…

… last three meets of the season," McGuire said. "We know it will be our sternest test to date and I think we'll respond to that." But the Wolverines are already look- ing forward to Saturday's meet if…

…, they won. For the Wolverines, winning wasn't the only important part of this trip to the East Coast, though. "A trip like this gives the kids a chance to see different parts of the country ... to not be…

… week's Wolverine Invitational (at the Michigan Golf Course) and the upcoming Big Ten Championships. The meet was also a perfect event to rest any runners who have been nursing injuries, with no other…

…. In many cases, some teams' best runners sit certain meets out, which affects where they finish and their subsequent rankings. "Rankings don't mean that much," Warhurst said. The Wolverines will take…

…Guire said. "She's really starting to catch fire. She's just gotta continue to train and race and it will come around for her." After the announcement of the final results, the Wolverines turned their…

… attention toward the Michigan Interregional. The meet, which features many of the country's top teams will be held at the Michigan Golf Course -the Wolverines' home course - this Saturday. "It's time to step…

October 12, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

… Michigan hockey team may want what hap- pened in Alaska to stay in Alaska - well, at least part of it. The fourth-ranked Wolverines were shut out in their season open- er for the first time in program…

… first time since the 1942-43 season. The Wolverines played in the 19th annual Kendall Hockey Clas- sic in Anchorage this weekend. They took second place out of four teams after topping the Alaska…

October 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 28) • Page Image 9

…'m not sure what we're going to see." With one-third of the Wolverines' and half of Miami's roster comprised of first-year players, the question of success will be answered by the de- velopment of these…

… surrounding the Wolverine goalie situation. The Michigan coaching staff has still not decided who will fill the spot between the pipes. Yet, this situation could be insignificant because of the Wolverines

… women's soccer team. The Wolverines settled for a 1- 1 tie against Siena Heights College in a superbly played game. The game was expected to be closely contested and extremely physical, and no one went…

… way I could miss it." The goal put the Wolverines up 1-0, and the way their defense was playing, it appeared they would emerge victorious. At the 25:13 mark, however, the defense suffered a lapse…

Wolverines the lead with three takedowns during the rugged second half. The score remained deadlocked, and the teams headed for overtime. In overtime, rookie sensation Lisa Ashton led the Wolverine attack. She…

October 12, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

… has o games. Th in over Creil hingofV ho have outs ry game this rd to 4-7- niness in the The scoring ome much-ne toacrucial w e Wolverin y and return atch against According ebbie Belkin "Wejustham 1d…

…-0 lenge everything, we should be able to alparaiso. The Wolverines, limit their number of shots." hot their opponents in ev- The weekend continues when Penn s season, improved- their State (3-1, 9-4) visits…

…- decide by watching the rest of the week's practices." Wolverines place eighth at Windon By Riyaz Bbman For the Daily This weekend, the Michigan men's golf team is headed to Penn State to participate in…

… tee off along with Kansas and other area independents. The tournament is very important to the Wolverine golfers and could deter- mine whether or not they will return to the regional finals this year…

…. Tuesday night the team returned from Chicago after playing in the Windon Classic. The tournament, hosted by Northwestern, featured some ofthe best competition in the country. The Wolverines entered a field…

…Comber, won the tournament. Not only did the Wolverines play the best competition in the country, they played on two PGA-level courses, The Royal Melbourne and Kemper Lakes. "I didn't expect any of our players…

… to par these courses," Jim Carras said. The Wolverines managed to place eighth in the Windon Classic. How= ever, Carras doesn't blame the perfor- mance on the tough competition. "I'm still not totally…

…. "We played two tough courses,"' Carras said. "But if the 4th and 5th players shot 87s, we're not going to place very well." IONYA WBR The Wolverines are coming off an eighth-place finish at the Windon…

… initiatio Take your marks ... get set ... go! gan victorious over a rebuilding Michigan State Wolverines have adde It's nothing new. squad in a 109-41 rout. their roster. Richards If you've ever been to a…

…'s context of having the The 1995-96 season's firstmeet is adual meet meet as just a part of that training. with our style of train hich pits the Wolverines against the Spartans. "(The teams) will swim two…

October 12, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

… was held pointless just one other time t Senior co-captains Ashley Reichenbach eked up the slack for the Wolverines, both ty strokes. Reichenbach, who had not scored for the this season, netted the game…

… the Wolverines but was still surprised to b tunity at such a critical moment in the gam( "Usually it is Ashley (taking the stroke), prised," Widder said, "but I was excited and the team." BACK IN THE…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 18

… rightfully boast of afer shutting out both No. 19 lpdiana and unranked Illinois en route to a pair of 2-() victories. Traveling to Champaign for the first time in prog ram h istory yesterday, the Wolverines (4…

…-half goal in as many games. With just five minutes remaining in t he game, junior Emily Schmitt deliv- ere d th security goal for the Wolverines, her fourth goal of the sea- son. The shutout of Illinois, the…

October 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

… The Michigan Daily - Wednesday October 12, 1994 - 11 Wolverine stickers fall to Ball State, 2-1, in double overtime By MARC DILLER Daily Sports Writer Everything you could have expected from a…

…-1double-over- time loss to No. 8 Ball State (11-1-1). "100 minutes of hockey is a tough thing," Wolverine attacker Gia Biagi said. "(The loss is) just really disap- pointing." The Cardinals' freshman…

…. Lucido, who was trapped in the left corner, centered the ball to midfielder Melanie Herkins in the Wolverines' red zone. Herkins slapped a shot off of Geisthardt'spads and Brown was there to put home the…

… own opportunities to wrap things up dur- ing the two overtimes. Eight minutes into the first overtime. Wolverine de- fenderJen Lupinski took a harddriving shot from 25 yards back that slipped past the…

… slappedacentering pass toastreak- ing Biagi. Biagi failed to control the ball and the Wolverines had missed on their two best scoring opportunities of the day. "Aaleya really started to turn it on towards the end…

October 12, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

… year the Michigan hockey team captured its first-ever Central Collegiate Hockey Association regular season title, but failed to take the CCHA tournament crown. Last year, too, the Wolverines reached the…

… Top 20, is determined to erase those "buts" from its resume. With 18 lettermen returning from the team that came so painfully close to the NCAA final, the Wolverines now know what it takes to make the…

… Dan Stiver and Mike Knuble provide depth for the Wolverine attack. Freshman forward Ryan Sittler, the fifth pick in this year's NHL draft - the highest any Michigan player has ever been drafted - could…

… also make an early impact in the Wolverines' offensive scheme. The loss of Felsner could also affect the defense, which may need to pick up its level of play without a consistent scoring threat of…

…. Senior Chris Tamer and junior Aaron Ward provide a very physical defensive duo, and sophomores Al Sinclair and Tim Hogan return after a year of experience to give the Wolverines three solid defensive…

… best defenseman in his league last year. Harlock Guarding the net for the Wolverines will be the CCHA's top returning goalie in junior Steve Shields (2.84 goals against average, .887 save percentage…

…), who set a Michigan record last year for wins in a season with 27. The return of an experienced goalie like Shields could be a huge advantage for the Wolverines in the CCHA, where only two of the top…

…, who saw action last season in just one period. The Wolverines definitely ho the talent and experience to take the next step. Inconsistency plagued Michigan in key games last year, but this year's squad…

October 12, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

… forward Matt Rust was a member of the U.S. National Development Program Under-18 team. Sophomore forward Chris Brown played against the Wolverines in the same exhibition two years ago. Merri, nine other…

… 2-0-1 rill will try to block When: shots for Hogan, not Wednesday score on him. 7 P.M. Merrill, now a Where: Yost freshman defense- Ice Arena man for the Wol- verines, is one of 10 current Wolverines

…. 2004, the Wolverines battled to a 6-5 The first four players found their play, Berenson still considers the "It's a little bit different of a feeling win, and future Wolverine star defen- way to Ann…

…," the game and have good habits." us," Berenson said. "Jack said after year's USA U-18 team have commit- Berenson said. "We only play one The Wolverines have played some that he wasn't sure he did want…

… start skating again later this that the Wolverines have faced 10 players and coaches a better opportu- game shape and game timing. week. times in program history. nity to view potential incoming fresh…

October 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 28) • Page Image 10

… the country, the men's cross country team will now try to assert their state supremacy. The Wolverines travel to East Lansing this weekend to compete in the Michigan Intercollegiate Championships. The…

… the most consis- tent point scorer behind the four lead runners. by DavidsSchechter Daily Sports Writer Drobitch out. Horrigan out. Lang out. In all, five Wolverines are injured for this weekend's Big…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 13

… around Yost. The invitatior there, Michigan officials said, but with Turco p1 with the Michigan K-Wings on Friday and Sat nights, there was some doubt as to whether or n former Wolverine could make it. As…

… period, as six Lakers and two Wolverines were sent to the box. Michigan capitalized early on a four-on- three power play when senior assistant captain Dale Rominski took a feed from Scott Crozier to dump…

… team's 32 penalty minutes. The Wolverines pummeled Galatiuk with 40 shots on goal, and he turned away all but two, including several stiff one-timers to the glove side. Michigan goalie Josh Blackburn, on…

…-5) played with an intensity that had not been seen this season. In the final game of the match, the Wolverines jumped out to an early 5-0 lead. They then led 14-10 before Minnesota respond- ed with a late…

… rally. The Wolverines couldn't manage to get that sophomore setter Alija Pittenger served, closing the door on the Gophers, 17-15. The very nature of game three was indicative of the revamped Wolverines

…. Versus the Spartans last week, the Wolverines led 5-0 early in both game one and the critical game two. But Michigan State came away with both games. On Friday, that just wasn't going to happen. "They were…

… that total, she crossed the 1,000 dig mark - becoming only the fourth Wolverine to do so. "I think we were really sick of losing out By Ryan C. Moloney For the Daily ' KALAMAZOO - To say that everything…

… went the way of the Wolverines in Saturday's Michigan Intercollegiate would be to stretch the truth. Granted, the fifth-ranked Wolverines packed up the entire race and placed five of their run- ners…

… among the top 10 overall finishers, en route to a 29-point team performance and the title of the state's best team. In fact, about the only thing the Wolverines couldn't control was the construction on 1…

October 12, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 26) • Page Image 8

… all posted scores under par, propelling the Wolverines into a second-place ranking, five strokes behind Iowa. But Michigan could not keep its momentum going into the sec- ond round on Sunday, as Thomp…

…- son, Garber and Bakshi all were plagued by costly double-bogeys. Kim was the only Wolverine under par and Michigan ended the round with a five-over 293. "We had to count a 78 (in the second round…

… less-than-stellar second round, the Wolverines were still only 12 total strokes behind first-place Iowa. And a notable final round would have given Michigan a chance at the title. But the 12-stroke…

… strokes ahead of the fourth-placeWolverines. "We wanted to come out and shoot a good score and make the leaders catch us," Sapp said. "We played better than pretty much everybody in the field in the final…

October 12, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 26) • Page Image 11

… this team back to the post- season. ARIEL BOND/Daily Pagni can be reached at Senior goaltender Shawn Hunwick (pictured here) led the Wolverines between the pipes during their NCAA Tournament run last…

… Andrew Volkening with 43 shots, not one puck had crossed the goal line. The Wolverines, who were clutch in front of Hunwick last season, failed to capitalize on their chances the year prior. A year and…

October 12, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 25) • Page Image 13

… away. Quarters without allowing a rushingtouchdown: 33. That's 337 days, eight games and a lot of frus- trated opponents. The 30-28 outcome wasn't in the Wolverines' favor, but they quickly managed to…

… issue. The Wolverines managed to score 28 points against a team that has allowed just 13.6 points per game entering Saturday, and Minor was a huge contributor. He finished with 95 yards on 22 carries and…

… sacks, had not needs four more this - season week against Michigan State, leveled any quarterbacks behind to eclipse former Wolverine Minor and fellow senior tailback the line of scrimmage in Michi- James…

… a solution to picked up when the Wolverines gan wide receiver Greg Mathews Michigan's nonexistent running have needed it most. He contribut- is one of just a few Wolverines game. ed 3.5 tackles for…

… missed opportunities helped keep Michigan (1-2, 4-2) in the game. But in the end, the extra chances only fueled the Wolverines' second straight heartbreak. "I would like to say many of our games won't go…

…, put Floyd back on the bench and raises more questions about the most maligned unit on the team. The Wolverines are dead last in the Big Ten in pass defense, giving up almost 250 yards a game through the…

…) after hibernating in East Lansing (28 yards, 4 first downs and 0 touchdowns), the Wolverines seemed to be in control against Iowa more often than they were against the Spartans. "We didn't deserve to beat…

… Big Ten 3-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 0-2 0-2 0-3 Overall 5-1 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 5-1 4-2 4-2 3-3 1-5 1-4 Last-ditch shot falls short in Wolverines' shutout loss to Indiana By JAKE FELDMAN Daily…

…Sports Writer As Saturday's Michigan men's soccer game wound down, the Wolverines trailed Indiana 1-0. With three seconds remaining, freshman forward Alex Marti- nez slipped through traffic in the oppos- ing box…

October 12, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

… start between the pipes Friday, but he'll "talk it over" with the coaching staff, before making a decision. EarlyoninThursday'sgame, it looked as if the Wolverines were heading for a blowoutvictory…

… wrapped around t and sprayed a wr back of the net to put the Wolverines up 3-0. However, 29 seconds later Rutledge misplayed the puck and RIT pulled to with- in two. The scoring slowed in the second period…

…, and the Wolverin look came when B. the net before hitt a wrister. With a little ov to play in the perk forward Alex Gup self in the crease h a two-man r defenseman ceived a pass partner Jacob i a shot…

… er five minutes replythis time by the Wolverines od, sophomore and sophomore forward Travis till found him- Lynch off a turnover, extended with a chance the lead to two again. RIT's Elliot Raibl made…

… guessed incorrectly on a Tiger backhand from just outside the crease and RIT capi- talized, sending the game into overtime. That's when Hartley made Rutledge and the Wolverines pay for the puck that…

…." The Wolverines maintained a healthy shot advantage through- out the game, outshooting RIT by a 44-26 clip, but the Tigers made the most of their third-period opportunities, outscoring Michi- gan 3-l…

…. The Tigers and Wolverines will wrap up the two-game series Friday night with a7:35 p.m. puck drop from Yost Ice Arena. Merrill is expected to miss at least six weeks with a fractured vertebrae By LIZ…

…-ranked Wolverines disappointed in the home open- er against Rochester Institute of Technology, dropping a 5-4 overtime contest without their preseason all-conference defen- seman. Merrill suffered a frac- tured…

… 42 blocks. His absence at the beginning of the year, however, didn't signifi- cantly affect the Wolverines, as they reached the NCAA Tourna- ment as the No.1 seed. Tuesday was a different story. "We…

… period, the deflated Wolverines' defense gave up back-to-back goals. Though Michigan was plagued by the Tigers' late surge, Trouba manned the defensive zone with physical hits and recorded a pair of career…

October 12, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 10) • Page Image 9

…- talked-about play of Michigan's season. Coach Lloyd Carr had just burned the Wolverines' third and final timeout with 1:27 left on the clock, and Michigan had Min- nesota pinned back at its own 26-yard…

… sideline. Wolverines defensive end Alan Branch was knocked off-balance, but he reached for Russell's legs as he fell. Russell narrowly avoided the defensive lineman and cut even farther to the outside…

… activities, a better academic environment and I like the support of the students for the athletic teams." While this is the defenseman's second season as a Wolverine, he has yet to see ice time. Last year…

… out and play the game," he said. But, when asked if he still contained feelings of hatred toward the Eagles, Dunlap was much more firm with his answer, simply saying: "I do." The Wolverines will look to…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

… played the way it should be played, but sometimes it gets out of hand." While there may have been a little chippiness in yesterday's game, the most brutal casualty of the Laker-Wolverine war came on a…

Wolverines. "I think both teams played tough and played hard," Borek said. "We have to slow Michigan down, and I believe that playing physical has to be the way." Berenson was well aware of the Lake Superior…

…:39 of the first period, didn't get served right away since the Lakers already had two play in the 'bad-boy box.' Michigan's Dale Rominski scored a power-play goal at the 3:26 mark to give the Wolverines a…

…. The Wolverines contested that extra seconds had run off the cl* after Rominski's score, and that McCauley should stay. Lake Superior Hockey claimed that the Notebook penalties had expired, and that Mc…

… were relentless. Even Lake Superior goaltender Rob Galatiuk got into the action. Aside from turning away 36 Michigan shots, Galatiuk kept the Wolverines off bal- ance using an unusual weapon - his…

… goals was the feat that likely eaiaw Galatiuk the honor of being the ganWs second star, his sly shoulder bumps also were a defensive asset. WARREN5ZINN/Daly The Wolverines were able to dish out as many…

…. While Berenson was down about how many retaliation penalties the Wolverines received, Berenzweig was happy about how the Wolverines han- dled themselves. "We had a couple retaliation penalties that we…

… magnified by people talk- ing about me. "He'll get through it and people will start concentrating on the Wolverines and the season." As to whether he had any predic- tions for the season, Turco believes that…

… Michigan has a great chance to repeat. "They have the horses for it and I think that if Josh plays well and if the goaltender gives you the chance, the Wolverines can repeat," he said. WARREN ZINN…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 19

…. Wolverines' success can be attrib- uted to a few changes in their offense. So far this season, the Wolverines have been looking for a comfortable replacement for All-America setter Linnea Mendoza, who…

… graduated last year. After Friday night, they may have found it. Sophomore Alija Pittenger took over Mendoza's role in the game, returning the Wolverines to a single- setter offense. In previous matches…

… first aid. Upon completion, you will receive certifica- tion in both areas by the American Red Cross. Instructor: Jon Gentry Price: $55 - Section I: Tue 7-9pm Location: Wolverine Room Dates: Oct 20-Dec 1…

… Castoldi Price: Free Section I: Mon 7:30-9:30pm Section II: Mon 7:30-9:30pm Location: Wolverine Room Dates: Section I: Oct 19-Nov 2 Section II: Nov 9-Nov 30 Harmonize your mind and body. Align your senses…

October 12, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 27) • Page Image 10

…. For the rest of the game, though, Michigan took complete control The Wolverine offense finished with nineteen shots on goal as opposed to only four posted by CMU, two in each half. Sophomore Heather…

….00) - a category hailed by Wolverine coach Joyce Davis as being the team's strength. The attention given to such dismal statistics is not meant to harp on a struggling team's shortcomings, but rather to…

… scored 5.7 kills per game against the Wolverines, two more than her normal season average. Similarly, EMU standout Roxanne Munch ate up the Wolverines with nine kills, seven digs and seven blocks in only…

… contain her. The Wolverines, however, showed very little preparedness in countering the Eastern Michigan senior. It seems as though Davis' prognostication is effective enough, but what about her coaching…

… cannot correct this on their own. Davis must come to the realization that the Wolverines can not get any worse, and therefore she must change the face of her team. The team's main weakness, according to…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

… State left the Wolverines in a tie with the Buckeyes and Lions for the Big Ten lead. Penn State was not willing to accept another heart-breaking loss this early in e Big Ten season. The thought of a two e…

… deficit to the Wolverines pushed the Lions to a decisive victory at Ocker field. The two teams came out aggressively. With 22:50 left in the first half, Penn State was able to grab its first lead of the…

Wolverine. And then, of course, comes the onset of the one and only unfortunate thing that keeps Oppenlander, Smallidge and the rest of Michigan's team from being out on the water absolutely all of the time…

… Foreman. "I don't notice the difference anymore." The Wolverines do not have to make excuses for their youth because they are helping to lead the team to victory, not holding them back. They also don't have…

October 12, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 23) • Page Image 14

… crack to the, side of the goal and bounced in front, of the net, where Powers was waiting to give the Wolverines their season's first goal. IF CONNELL was shaken by this turn of events, he was even more…

… goals on a slap shot from just over the blue. line, and senior wing Andy Gribble tallied to even the score at two until the second period. The Wolverines exploded in the' second period and early in the…

October 12, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 10) • Page Image 10

… few hours to practice. Its time is limited to just two or at most three hours a day, but in these few hours the team never stops moving. This constant activity in practice will help the Wolverines (4…

… it fast paced," coach Mark Rosen said. The team does this for two major Jones believes tough times finally behind Wolverines E I By Joe Smith Daily Sports Editor B"RA"NDONSELOFF/Daiy Michigan…

… biggest movie of his life - his final season as a Wolverine. "It's been tough going through all the hardship the past few seasons and persevering through that, and then through the past years when people…

Wolverines on this year's team. By taking more inter- est in each other, Jones said that Michigan's chemistry has improved tremendously from last season. Sophomore Bernard Robinson admitted that not every…

Wolverine knew each other last year, which was part of the problem, as the team suffered on the court to a 10-19 finish. "Nobody pushed or challenged us to do it," Robin- son said. "So we didn't bother to do…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

… 10 seconds. Pitt's Panther was cut down by the deadly Bill Dutton fumbled the kickoff and Wolverine blocking. Once again In- big senior Bob Ingalls, who played galls split the uprights. a magnificent…

… defensive game all the But the Wolverines poured it on{ way through, recovered on the Pan- and on. After the kickoff Pitt was ther 29. ' again thrown back by the surging After a pair of smashes, Kuzmao…

… the run nullified by a clipping penalty. Boor Scores This didn't stop the Wolverines, however, but merely d.elayed them. Nelson passed from the 22 to Cei- :''thaml who drove his tay for a first down on…

… tacklers while marking up 'the fifth Wolverine touchdown. ; Melzow made it 34-0. I After a pass interception and an exchange of fumbles, the Wolverines gained possession on the Pitt 25. Nel- son lost…

October 12, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

… phenomenal ath- lete and I think he's most effective in and around the basket," Fisher said. "He'll give us versatility and he's able to play all over the place." Three Wolverines have transferred over the…

…'s tennis team will be tested for the first time this season when it heads to Chapel Hill, N.C., for the Tarheel Invitational this weekend. Although some Wolverines have played several individual matches thus…

October 12, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… held off a stubborn,, emotional Michigan State, 27-23, yesterday in Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines were propelled to victory, their tenth in the last 11 over the Spartans, by the 136-yard rushing…

… underdog entering the game, gave the Wolverines all they could handle, 'battling them down to the wire before an interception by inside linebacker Andy Can- navino halted the Spartans' desperation drive at…

… first three games and a major reason for both defeats. Michigan also continued to build a respectable ground game, rushing for 252 yards on 63 carries. The Wolverine of- fensive line, working without…

… strategy worked against his larger and stronger Wolverines. "I thought they See MICHIGAN, Page 12 Daily Photo by JOHN HAGEI MARION BODY STEALS another one! This time it's from MSU quarterback John Leister…

… during the Wolverines 27-23 victory over the visitors from East Lansing. ..,h..0.C $..'.} ....v....i....n....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r…

October 12, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 23) • Page Image 15

… Michigan and Big Ten record books for the most interceptions thrown in one game. Brown shattered the previous Wolverine mark of five set by Stan Noskin in a 1959, 19-10 loss to Wisconsin. The seven…

… 100-yard mark and would enter the locker room with 142 yards. In the process, White moved past former Wolverine Butch Woolfolk and into second place on the Big Ten's all-time rushing list with 3…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… Weather VAap2"M 5k igau ~atxg Editorial Fair and Warmer. I# Play Production Needs New Home. VOL, LI No. 13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENT Wolverines

… Produced In Second Ha By HAL WILSON Michigan's fighting Wolverines exploded their gridiron 'fury all over 1 Stadium yesterday, blasting into submission a clawless crew of Pantl from Pittsburgh, 40-0. It took…

… shows Michigan's latest "Ga ry Galloper" about to be brought down by Panther backs Jack Kerr (No. 17) and Joe Adamchic (No. 68). Or you may guess that the efforts of the unidentified Wolverine blocker…

… across the gridiron scene had it not been for the superb performance of the Wolverine for- ward wall. Thoroughly out-charg- ing, out-fighting and out-manning the game Panther forwards, Line Coach Clarence…

… 274 for the Maize and Blue. The Panthers picked up a meagre three first downs, failing to penetrate beyond the Wolverine 34, while Michigan smashed for 11. Concrete proof of the Wolverin deadly blocking…

… efficiency which featured the second half is furnished by the tremendous total of 237 yards which they piled up on kick returns. Wolverine scoring was split fiv ways with sophomore Kuzma driving 48 and, seven…

… stage for the score, which came just 12 plays later. Powgr Combination The Wolverines' devastating, pow- er combination of Westfall-Kuzma moved the ball down to the 25. With fourth down and three to go…

October 12, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 10) • Page Image 10

… the past, I've wanted to be more aggressive, but I played a little more conservative. But now I'm reading the game a little better and faster Starting in all 11 games thus far for the Wolverines, Dzubay…

… scoreboard. Once he makes a save, Dzubay is instrumental in setting up the Wolverines' next plan of attack by serving the ball to his teammates. Over the years, Dzubay has demonstrated an impres- sive…

October 12, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

… to move on them." Wolverine quarterback Steve Smith, who completed 10 of 20 pass attempts for 182 yards and two touchdowns, against the Spartans, was named the game's offensive champion. "Steve rose…

… sideline," said defen- sive coordinator Gary Moeller. "He showed us how good an inside linebacker he is, and he is improving each week.' Michigan Grid Statistics Team Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK Wolverine

… Northern Michigan. 41, to go with previous victories over Michigan State and Central Michigan. Perhaps the most significant aspect of the win over Northern is that the Wolverines (7-1) are now ranked 21st in…

October 12, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 34) • Page Image 10

… disappointing overtime losses yesterday in inclement weather at Ferry Field in the Michigan In vitational. The Wolverines' first loss came at the hands of Kent State, 3-2 in double overtime. Rival Michigan State…

… tallied her second goal of the game a few minutes later, giving the Lady Flashes a 3-2 win. Winger Valerine Urba collected their other point. After a four-hour break, the Wolverines returned to play MSU, a…

October 12, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 26) • Page Image 12

Wolverines into the 2010-11 season as Michigan's coach, Red Berenson's decision didn't waver. "I was reinforced everywhere I looked," Berenson said. "The right thing to do was stay in school." And Berenson…

… talk with the coaches about it and see what they thought and I did that." The year may have been different, but the decision didn't change. Porter returned to captain the Wolverines in his senior season…

October 12, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 34) • Page Image 11

… Photo by JOHNHAGIN ill as he prepares to sack helpless Spartan Quarterback John Leister. The Spartans the Wolverines all they could handle before succombing to Michigan 27-23. te upsets Pitt; lip by…

Wolver'ine- Express Game- Trip Package: U o.M vs. Wiosc. $8000* 11 m Big Ten Standings Con Illinois ................ Ohio St ............... MICHIGAN ........... Purdue ...... ........ Indiana…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

… and women who are prepared to assume the responsibilities that are theirs as citizens of this great country. THE WOLVERINE, too, has offered valuable ser- vices to students of the University. Operated…

…, etc., you will have the opportunity to make life-long friendships. We invite the Class of '45 to join The Micthigan Wolverine 209 south Stote 1111 -- je ichian 1nion Id 9rateft/fr thij opportanit to…

October 12, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 25) • Page Image 9

… the bench a'nd the first row of fans. And there was a very small Michigan fancontin.- g en Lre, espeelelr < ed to when the Wolverines played in East Lansing. So there must have been some- thing there…

… decision to use a timeout then was critical. The clock wasn't moving, and the Wolverines would have been penalized half the dis- budgets, you need to find ways to get businesses to come to the state of…

October 12, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

… winter term looming in the not-too-distant future, many students are dreading the many pitfalls that go along with the new and "improved" Wolverine Access. While the majority of stu- dents registered for…

… classes by phone last year, this year they must rely on the Wolverine Wolverine Access - Website in order to IS not yet get into their desired par. Stude classes.u Although in theory unab to this eliminates…

October 12, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…'PAOE sr:x TRT M 14 IC..-A \1 n;AYT V AAAA IVAA .}Yl [1I 1lto 1AL T Vveu*sv L1 Z . C,1L S VgL]i V 1 l: U47 )' a WOLVERINE & TEAM DEFEATS HOOSIERS, PLACE KICK GlIS JUNIORSFIRST WINI Bremen…

… Cornwell. Pop( mpleted another forward pass t oss which gained 12 yards and st down on the Wolverines 28. rd marker. Pope went through ght tackle on a spinner play for o yards. Pope drove around Michigan' t…

October 12, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

… the Wolverine 44-yard Bovard........LE.......Martich! tmarker Bvr ....L ... atc Pope was injured and time was Touchdowns--Indiana, Martich taken out. Morrison and Simrail Michigan, Berkowitz. Point…

… hole was opened for Hud- one of the leading home run hit- son who made another first down ters of the Pacific Coast league, has on the Wolverine 37-yard line just been purchased by the Giants. Newman…

October 12, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 13) • Page Image 8

… should be limited by law," will be debat- ed. .Tryout speeches and a short business meeting will follow the open session. Cox, Sophomore Left End, Is Outstanding Player. WOLVERINES DOWN PURDUE THREATS…

Wolverine backs, playing like supermen to hold their advantage. It was not the same team which wore the Maize and Blue yesterday that allowed Michi- gan State to hold them to a tie last week; it was a band of…

October 12, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

… University e offered to secure lots of this kind at Added to Wolverine Sched- e such low prices. -Come out 1-4 mile ule r from limits or phone us and we will d take you.-Adv.c e ~OF TWELVE BIG TEN GAMESI…

…-Several young ladies, pre- ping the championship. ably students, for afternoon and Saturday work. Address, Mich. At present the Wolverine squad is Daily, Box A. T. 14-4 composed of men who have had broad…

October 12, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… .Wolverines Will1. Game ,IResearch in 'the" field of m-unici- pal government is the chief concern at present of the Michigan Munic- ipal league. The body is making a comprehensive study of special city…

… variety. On the basis of this mode of at- II A T11111 A I A 1Ifl TflI I itack, the Wolverines seem well for- righthander of the A's, in inning of the third gan rapid succession they d damage to account…

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