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February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… First Places Bt Ca rat Turn Back Attack SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT _SQUABTHIS SEASON Of Wolverines Coach Courtright's Junior Var- With the leanest crop of fresh- BEL LO sity basketeers will conclude the ,__man…

… track candidates reported for 1928-29 court season this Friday Wolverine Sextet Now Faces Hard early season tryouts, prospects for Although they captured two first night when the Detroit City col Road…

… Oppenents path seem slim. In the hurdle, failed to extend the Michigan will wind up a rather successful broadjump, distance and weight tankmen as the Wolverines downed season for the "B" five since the JOSEPH…

… Conference champions, Kanitz, Whittle, and Cushing as the Friday, the Wolverine puckmen are Practice has begun in earnest for mn the 150 yard back strokesa reserves for the "iron men" of the primed to begin…

… the by Friday, the Junior Varsity will squad will leave for a week's trip the fortune of the trackmen in sur- performances of'the Wolverines in probably have to depend upon which will include a game…

January 12, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 1927 K t Nv a ::.:«:.> .. , ........m~:.w.w..N Yom.. own, " ..n..r erw .. u. - + G + .e....,,,,o { ax . r , - 1 e ~ . . -_ , v WOLVERINES TO…

…; team will engage in the all-campus swimming meet at the Union today in preparation for the next Michigan state A. A. U. championship meet. Thie fteam that will oppose the Wolverines will be compsed…

…. Wolverine Defense Strong Michigan's showing against Minne- sota was gratifying in that the de- fense of, the Wolverines worked smoothly and held the Gophers to 20 points; The individual work of Ooster- baan…

… and McCoy was largely respon- sible for the Michigan victory as the Wolverines missed many shots, Har. rigan, who ,played a phenomenal game against Maryland, had an off-night and failed to do effective…

… Michigan loses, it will fall to the second ;division in all probability, while Iowa will be secure- ly entrenched at the top of the Con-. ference with three wins. A victory for, the Wolverines, on, the other…

… Varsity while Rosen- berg and Bailey or Lait willrepresent the yearlings., The regular Wolverine medley team,} composed of Batter, Hubbell, Shorr, and Watson or Darnall will be opposed by Chaffee, Thompson…

… many Conferencef schools to be met in dual meets prior to the Big Ten championship. Min- nesota is regarded as the strongest 'competitors for the titular honors, al- F though the Wolverines are generally…

August 12, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

… "AMASTER STROKE" Star Comedy, "Pills for Papa" - Bray Pictogi TOMORROW AND SATURDAY ITHAN YOU! CuI ,eet f::::1 FOR RE'' SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY The Wolverine, as it appr~aches the termination of what…

…, our advertisers. A newspaper cannot exist on news alone, even in these times when this commodity is so plentiful! Its expenses are largely borne by its advertisers. This year the Wolverine faced a…

February 12, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I" ......"'... will r1 y :, -I i _ s .-- nn fr T Ohio State Man Leading Big Ten TEN COURGMETO CHICAGG In tScoring WOLVERINdE SIX '. DEFEATS IIS Wolverines have one tie…

… against their? record. The Minnesota sextet is the toughe team the Wolverines will have to face. In their two games with sconsi the Nortlimen have not given the B - gers the solare ofasnlgolde feating them…

… 17 at Chicago.} n's fast floor work in the If told against the Wolver- the closing period. Capt ind Barnes tied the score at., ajpprovai his charg taking th meat sq,4a,( ings and gh the Wolverine

…___ ors. Miner leads his own teammates in the Wolverines locking horns with the Earl Combj, brilliant outfielderpur.- scoring for the season, all games in- Wisconsin sextet at Madison. The 'based by the…

March 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… The Daily 3.50 Y EA R E I )las tic IndoorTrac "WOLVERINE MATMEN POINT FOR CO AND NATIONAL INDIVIDUA (Continued From Page 6) to make the score Illinois 9 1-2 two minutes of equal work, Hewitt Michigan…

… bout. The next period to gain the advantage Wolverine confined his activities to once more and finish with a mar- trying wristlocks on Chambers, and gin of five minutes and five sec- went beneath several…

Wolverine with but a minute porters some anxious moments. remaining to give the Orange and Warren Shows Well Blue its last win and an 8-3 lead. Warren, going behind, followed Kelly Saves Record the Wolverines

… score 12-11. Big Ed George, the second Mich-I igan Olympic finalists, took things easy in the final bout against Weitz, merely holding the Illini without trying to gain afall. The Wolverine heavyweight…

… out- Friday and Saturday while the standing guard and leader of the Crimson swimmer's are competing race. Rangy and fast, he was a at Chicago in the .annual Big Ten. great guard for the Wolverines and…

February 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

… Following close upon the heels of '> the Conference leading Boilermakers, Coach Nels Norgren's Chicago Ma- roons will oppose the Wolverine bas- ketball team in the second1 honme con-N test since the beginning…

… of the sec- ond semester tomorrow night in the field house. Tomorrow night's encounter will mark the second meeting between the two teams this season, as th( Wolverines gained a victory over thbe…

… competing nations Wolverines the Maroons held the this year is larger than ever before edge for the greater part of the game, in the cup's history. France will de- only to see their advantage wiped fend the…

… train the ranking Boilermakers, Northwest- at the Ann Arbor depot. erm Wildcats, Wisconsin Badgers, and The Wisconsin games being post- Michigan Wolverines must overcome boned, Coach Eddie Lowrey took his…

… quintets, the Wolverines remain row and Tuesday nights. The Minne- idle for the remainder of the period. Purd games are sure to be played, as i ue, however, continuing its Minnesota 'rsu an artificial rink…

… the early However, Coach Ward Lambert's Pur- season the Minnesota team won a due five is highly favored to rout the pair of games from the W'olverines Illini, especially after the exhibition without…

March 12, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… dysatrrtnin the IBig.'intil. Ntsnetef;Prtefis;tm nanubro judgment, but in an amateur fight it! is sure to weaken his. condition temd- days of 1920 has the Wolverine Squad ! years M1ticlhigan will present a good…

… no! ing and several of them should beI this fact in view the Wolverines are corn etoitoffApiela te.enracon'eayPyaou,,s~it won by the Wolverines. more confident than they heave been srn lcin pi .tdy…

… way, while Gilbreath onl the Wolverine Sche(dule this seas on i i .I~will fight it out with Hill of Minne- and erned two points for tpe .Maize ----- sotaz, Bonnell of Northwestern, Kerr and 13lue teamn…

… in every match. The o l PUR PLE FAVORED ofel Michigan, and Moore of Indiana for Wolverine flyweight heas wrestled in!istpaenthbckro. seven matches, ;gaining ;decisions over jfrTla c sin elqackke. somec…

… 1oo yard( free style, and of winning. Starrett, Papeniguth, and Navy tonighlt In a. telegraphic meset.; Nuttinini the p~lunge may out ser- Oliphant will (live for Michigan: They Tie Wolverines have…

March 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 117) • Page Image 5

…. Bernbaum of Michigan at 125 pounds met Wolgast of D. A. C. In the next bout. Wolgast had a good left and kept 'sinking it to Bernie's stomach but due to the Wolverine's cleverness the first round was even…

… the punch. The third round went to Gotrecher, who had solved the Wolverine's right.aMcKechnie's won- derful, spirit was accorded comimenda- tion. In the last bout Wolinitz of Michi- gan and the veteran…

February 12, 1927 (vol. 36, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… be- - And closed doors, and it is rumored -- hat Coach Shuter has been giving is men a number of new plays. Iumore emanating from the Wolverine amp indicate that there will be both I ong and dance…

… of the of gold cloth, 7,000 yards of red, Fifteen J-lop committee members eatest college stars since the days and 14,000 yards of blue, entered the Wolverine "Mike" Ames. Fol- into the decoration of…

… place when by the junior classes and most of them leading man. His loss will deal a they saw men roaming around are juniors. When accused, none de- avy blow to the Wolverines next nonchalantly touching…

… danced with him and who, therefore, D"I'm the girl you brought e this the cast, is a factor also in the fre- were robbed of the pleasure of being bed," " ency with which the Wolverines featured on the…

…- ion of the dance. Upon obtaining their weighed ten pounds to a man, the wraps, they are asked to go up the Wolverines ......" I got no further. main stairway of Barbour gymnasium What the city editor…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

… York City. Pr of the committee in charge, the ', each man having played match yesterday afternoon at ted his Wolverine opponent, and won series of letters to Wilfred B. Shaw son Blanchard has been active…

…, Warings I g nine points in the The Wolverine, although playing a sets by the scores of 6-1, 6-3. The possible in the University n the de- Professor Blanchard will be accom-yTK,will fair game, was…

… outsteadied by his more Wolverines were stroking deep and partment of the Alumnus called "iWith panted to New York by Mr. Herschel sylvanans and Kennedys, ;ug-of-war teams are experienced opponent and dropped…

…, but pair. The Wolverines played well to- V E nf.'nats Prof. C. H. Van Tyne has charged No stags will be admitted to ti Mar OFenth, W. H .found that he was no match for the gether and had their Ohio…

… opponents - that members of the Student council, fair and corsages will not/ be 11, E Wark, K. F Wolverine captain and lost by a 7-5 ion a continual go. The. match was and Vernon . Hilery especially, par…

…. Verduin, R. . Wolverine to win his singles matches, afternoon was mor than pleasing an helobme raha requosts an invstiga- be treated in the May Issue wns, W. F. King, A. 3 defeating Park of Ohio, by the…

… scores possibilities for a successful Eastern -tiony i i 7vnrsty officials in ord- Michigan Technic, which is to I Iranlich, C. 3. Totte, of 7-5, 6-1. The Wolverine was press- trip nof* look exceptionally…

February 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

… defeat before a squad badly{ crippled by the loss of three star performers due to ineligibility. The Wolverines took the lead at the start by winning five of the open- ing nine matches at foils. In this d…

… performance of the day. Participating in seven events, the Wolverine was not satisfied until 1e had defeated Knox at sabres, there- by winning his fifth victory o- the dTay. The epee swords durnished the bcst…

… years. Though the track on which the ath- letes competed was a poor one, it' alone cannot be blamed for the per- - formance of the Wolverine team, Farrell asserted. Any belief in the fact that Dr. Otto A…

May 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… yesterday after- noon on the Ferry field courts. Playing under the almost impossi- ble conditions of high winds and, courts made slow by rain early in the morning, the Wolverines kept their record intact by…

… winning by a 7-1 count. In the feature match of the day Minnesota gained her only win of' the afternoon, "Stee" Cornell, husky Gopher star, winning overj Barton, Wolverine leader in straight sets, 8-6, 6…

… elevated to the Wolverine number two berth, showed' the most powerful strok- ing of the day in downing Young of Minnesota in easy fashion 6-1:, 6-1. A powerful serve and mas-. terful play at the net were the…

…- ), tive victories to 14, Michigan's golf team overwhelmed the Northwest- y ern aggregation by a 16-2 score yes- terday on the Barton Hills course. The Wolverines won three and hal- ved one of the…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… th versity School of Music on X street. MAT SQ0UD1T ALL BOUTS TO Wolverines Register Three T 34-0 Win Over Nortliwes Grappling Team Ralph J. Harlan I Popular instructor of the speech department who…

… standing into a three-way tie with Purdue and Wisconsin for the lead in the Big Ten race. Michigan held a three point lead at the half, but the Wildcats passed the Wolverines after five minutes of frenzied…

March 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

… have been, North- championship. western would still have won, 36- ¢ - Sly Michigan Threatens 35, had neither Petersen nor the .[''For the past two seasons Michi- Wolverine quartet been ruled out. gan has…

… a new Wiecolgate rec what bothered the batters in i rapidly improving Wolverines ;by Ernie McCoy of 1 for ter150egare back watching the ball, but the -reg- identical 12-9 scores, a single bout 'stroke…

….previously defeats ed by the Wolverine on each occa- the dominating note in the field ed Michigan, while the Wolves sion. The latter race was undoubt- house these days. were forced to the limit to tie In- Michigan…

… yard ad- lays at the present time, three Hewitt started the Wolverines Chicago, 4 1-2; Purdue, 4 1-2; vantage over Ault which he never I clubbers being assigned to eac' i by outclassing Joe Sapora of II…

…- Northwestern, 2. 'relinquished. The great Purple trio j of the two cages. Pep games serve j linois in the 118 pound bout. The swam to a new intercollegiate rec- ,to keep those not actively engaged Wolverine

December 12, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 63) • Page Image 6

… Press, the United Press, L.G.-Poe (Michigan) ....... . 231 Scrimmage found the Wolverine I Chicago Daily Times, Purdue Ex- C.-Kawal (Illinois).........35 team which turned in a surpris- "ponent, Daily…

…, the Whites along with Ricketts at cen- faculty forces showed what grit ;er and Jones anld Hudson at and determination can accomplishl ;uards, the Wolverine mentor drove ustT merhouhabrahtaig A E in the…

February 12, 1927 (vol. 36, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… days disguised as one of the B. and G. do- committee. All of them were elected rhinestones, while other rhinestones of the Wolverine "Mike" Ames. Fol- partment. by the junior classes and most of them…

…, were not so heavy blow to the Wolverines next ANNUAL AFFAIR 10,000 requests for passes. prominent-one could dance in peace year. The only other sub-committeee was without ever running into one being…

… that in the cast, is a factor also in the fre- a breakfast together last night at Joe bed, "I'm the girl you brought to thisl hasn't been worn-unless it be fur. quency with which the Wolverines Parker…

December 12, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 70) • Page Image 6

Wolverines, MATH ER LOOKS FQR1 SECOND CGE lTITLE lverines Tied For First Place F Purdue And Wisconsin In 19:0O PLACED SECOND TWICE tion of Reinke, ubbard, Brooker, Wittman and other star performers of last…

… aspirations. With "Red" Cherry and Dick Doyle playing their first year of Varsity competition, Michigan again loomed as title winners in 1924. The Wolverines led in the race until Cherry was de- clared…

January 12, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

Wolverine fAve had. exhibited the brand of basketball it showed against Wisconsin, the final score would have at least been much closer. Starting the season with two defeats does not make the outlook encourag…

… State meets the Wolverines at Waterman gymna- sium and on Monday Iowa will be the opponents of Mather's men. Ohio State lost to Indiana by the same mar- gin to which the - Wolverines suc- sumbed. Iowa has…

May 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… ESTABLISHED 1890 I r AiW# Da ti S MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRES Vol. XXXIX, No. 164 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1929 EIGHT PAGES ,. _ TRACKMEN DEFEAT GOPHERS, 82-53;E[I~l WOLVERINES

… as against five for the Gophers and dividing first honors in the high jump, the Wolverines were at no time in serious danger of being outpointed by the local team. Otterness was the high point man of…

… attendance. McAfee was in rare form today as he tamed the Illini, re- tiring eighlt of the opposition by tfie strike-out route. But for an error by Kubicek in the fourth inning, the Wolverine. mound ace might…

…Coy led his mates with the stick, getting a pair of singles, while Corridon and McAfee were the only Michigan men who failed to hit safely. The Wolverines went into a one- run lead in the first inning…

January 12, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…. nings are being' three State 1 o'clock this :1 WOLVERINES TAKE COEsm roHWKEYES, 22-1 4 BASKET SHOOTING SKILL LACKING IN FIRST HOME CONFERENCE GAME GUARDING IS CLOSI Superiority Of Varisty Five Is Abi…

… public speaking depart- The superiority of the Wolverines nent announced yesterday. Michigan's lay in their 'ability to break away for egative team will debate the Ohio short shots under the basket, eight…

… devoting actual scoring, "Red" Cherry proved his time this week applying the finish- to be the outsanding player on the ng touches. floor. The Wolverine guard was at John Yeasting, '27, John II. Elliott…

… again with a foul, and Fostoria, Ohio, and was a member of Cherry sent the Wolverines ahead the Fostoria high school debate team. with a long shot, a lead that was Gomberg lives in Duluth, Minn. He never…

… contest for 1925. within two points of the Wolverines, Gervais is a graduate of Western but Harrigan, suddenly coming into high school of Detroit.For two his own, made one of his specialty years he held a…

May 12, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 165) • Page Image 7

… Pittsburgh. WOLVERINES HOLD NINE OUTDOOR TRACK TITLES y~lV~.~ ~ ~AT THlE THEATERS I Today-Screen w m y Arcade-"partners Again,'' with ,.._ Alexander Carr and George .%% a" TT11EYCA. Sidney. A T G Ak…

…-Benton and Siemer. earthed the fact that the Wolverines Cincinnati-Liuque and Picinich. with nine championships hold the 1 edge over Illinois with eight titles.I R. H. E. j These two teams have always been New…

May 12, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 162) • Page Image 9

…'.Illinois +Game Steve Farrell Veteran Wolverine trac 'whose cohorts captur~ed first the Conference Indoor ineet promise to repeait when thk meet takes place in June, regarded -toether -with Key patrick of…

… get The Wolverines playedl Illinois nino Schild-' games, winning eight- and tieing one, -before they dropped a contest to the while Urbana students, '3-0 in 1897. IN cop-.l First inning…

January 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

… Preparing jt1'or 11ard schedule With the re-opening of the Y. M. C. A. pool Tuesday, Captain Babcocs Wolverine tang artists busied them- seves once inure in preparation for te stiff 5.:hitue wiiin will race…

… excellent coach for her team, has tak- en a big step in the hope of overcom- ing the experienced, 1ut coachless Wolverine outfit. Things look bright for the Maize and Blue nevertheless. Captain Babcockl is…

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…

March 12, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

… Fi THREE MICHIGA PLAYERS HONORED Wolverine Mentor Selects Dunne as Center on Second Quintet OSS, WHITE, DEAN, CHOSEN FOR PLACES ON FIRST FIVE First Team Oss (Minnesota)......Right forward Birkoff…

… semester when allf the teams were beginning to hit their stride§. Karpus at Forward On his first five two Michigan men, Captain Karpus, stellar forward b at left forward, and Jack Williams, star Wolverine

July 12, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… inches, held, by E.: 0. 0 ourdiu, of Harvard. On several different occasions during the past. year tle dusky Wolverine has exceed- ed the 25 foot mark and although he will have to contend with such satell…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

… season, and is ready to step Into the box and bring out another victory. The Wolverine hurler has two vic- tories over O. S. U. last year under his belt, and the Buckeyes are anxious to break his string…

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…

May 12, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

… arms to civilian Ger- man olice J71cjtanirs, '21,Afnd Robe rtsofl'jg To Head Wolverine John E. McManis, '21, has been ap- pointed managing editor of The Wol- verine, the Summer session newspa- per of the…

… business manager of The Wolverine are appointed by the editor and busi- ness manager elect of The Daily. This system was instituted in order to es- tablish the connection of The Daily with The Wolverine and…

March 12, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…'s bookstore, and will also be sold at the door. One dollar is the price of a couple ticket. VARSITY 2 MILE RELAY QUARTET WINS RACE Stipe, Van Orden, and Naylor Also Take Places For Wolverine Team Michigan…

…'s Varsity track team gar- nered three first places, one second, and a third place in the Michigan Agricultural college invitation meet for state colleges and high schools at East Lansing last night. Wolverine

…-4 inch in the Illinois Relay carnival at Urbana last week. Two Wolverines Place Wesrook had little difficulty in taking the pole vault at 11 feet 7 inches, which is also a new gymna- sium record. Naylor of…

March 12, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… Race By Repelling First Invasion in 'Overtime Encounter FINAL GAMETONIGHT (By Associated Press) I WINDSOR, March 11.-With the; outcome of tonight's game determin- ing whether or not the Wolverines ; were…

… only goal of the game to win 1-0. The Michigan; team mets the Gophers again tonight , in a game here, and must win in order to gain a tie for hte title. After the Wolverines had gotten off to a slow…

… medicine, dentistrva nnd nursi ngi I , f i _ THREE WOLVERINE NATMEN j' QUALIFY FOR FINAL ROUND I (Special to The Daily) CHICAGO, March 11.-Three Michigan wrestlers, Captain Donahoe, Sauer, and Watson, won…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… over two Conference rivals, Purdue and Northwestern, to its credit, the Michigan golf tean today faces the task of disposing of another Big Ten opponent, Wiscon, sin, in a match at Madison. The Wolverine

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…th to lAugust 26th. Pairnilton Business Col- lege.-Adv. Subscribe for the Wolverine, $1. WATERMAN, CC SWAN Silver and Gold LV RsHA Pencils FYNL POI ALARM CLOCKS Hailer & Fuller State Sreet Jewlers…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

Wolverine, $1. SOND- HA N D' 1& 0%__ A a M% U-- fm ' t% FOR AILL 1ULIWAK I IVINT3 SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS will find the Right' Prices at 804 0 m , DO U q m '.. THE OAKLAND 'I / A H R S UNIV ER SITY…

May 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

… strongholdi at Columbus tomorrow for a gameE with the 3luckeyes. Coach Ray1 Fisher is taking 12 men on the tripc in an attempt to register his third1 Conference victory., The Wolverines who will go tot Columbus…

… another Wolverine victory by tak- large corporation. Salary $245. ing all three points from Mckay. for 70 days work. Educators As- Royston replaced Livingston in sociation, 717 Francis Palms the afternoon…

November 12, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 40) • Page Image 4

…-id St. _Pbi ne 7411, Not Going to Ohi10? ---Th at's too bad, but it's no reason for having a dull week-end. Drop in and dance to .the contagious pep and rhythra of Jack S'cott's "WOLVERINES."' GRNE' A…

… ) FElfe' I* * :15 DOOM. OF AUTOMOBIIAPS "The epochal race between Oscar and Wolverine spells the doom of thte automobile," declared F. W,1. Drake. manufacturer of Four Wheel Brake .Automobiles in an…

March 12, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

… with the University of Kentucky nine according to the present plans. Thus far seven games have been arrangd, I but Coach Fisher is endeavoring to schedule one more contest. The Wolverines will meet the…

… entered. letic managers should get the draw- Gow has been the stellar man of the ings as soon as possible today. Wolverine squad all season and he is It was impossible to run the draw- thought to have an…

October 12, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

Wolverines t a standstill, breaking up nearly ever, attempt at a gain through their line spilling end runs, and halting th Maize and Dino forward pass attack However, the home team was ao un able to gain…

… and th chance was lost. Shortly afterwardE the Farmers had the ball in Michia territory when Rockwell'fumbled on sneak play,, and Lioret recovered o the Wolverines' 40-yard stripe. Ricd ards failed to…

January 12, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

… Aggies by 23-19, last night. The Wolverines had no defeating the East Lansin and it was only in the last utes of play that Coach Mat teges were able to come thin the winning counters. Game Hard Fough…

… scored from From that time on the rea the period was nip and both teams gaining the 1 single point or two only to opponents come through wi basket. The Wolverines t1 Farmers until the last mini period when…

January 12, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

… Exile in Itly, Dies After Cerebral Hemor- rhage KING'S RETIREMENT DUE REVERSES IN ASIA MINOR New Coal Dictator FRENH TROOPS SEIZE ESSEN' dt TO-ENFORCE DEBT PAYMENT; DEPUTIES SUPPORT POINCAIRE WOLVERINES

…. The sam teams will meet again tomorrow nigh' at the same thme in the Coliseum. Short Practice Handicaps Due to the fact that the Wolverine, have been practicing for little more than a week it is…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…- somewhat uncertain, until game time. sition., and Graham in sixth place. Coach Fisher may use Reichmnan he-. Of the six Wolverines, only one, hind the plate and McCoy in left j c~iaefer, has been defeated in…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

… Besides t L. Mil- nitude as she does today. In all her The two Wolverine team mates, who ors, many( Adams, rule of over 150 years Britain has no tad played together for two years on have enrolle , Owos…

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