Search Results

Search Constraints

Search Results

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

… point ahead of burg. Clark up to the last two dives but The World Champions offered a Clark hit both to get the Wolverine piecework lineup which included pinion out 6 points, only three regulars of last…

…; second, Quayle, Ohio1 hundred and then Barker started to State; third, Holmes, Michigan; move. At the last turn the Wolverine fourth, Johnson, Ohio State; fifth,Y sophomore was still a yard behind Surles…

… Chadwick was instrumental in helping Hillberg with one of his tal- lies. Breaks Even Not only did this win put a pleas- ing finish to Cooke and Hillberg's ca- reer, but it also made the Wolverines break even…

… for the season in the win and loss column. Coming out fast in the opening period, the Wolverines made the first score of the night, when, after a few minutes of play Cooke, on a pass from Hillberg, put…

August 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 41) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUIRDA, AUG. 12, Twentieth Birthday Celebrated By University Fresh Air Camp Food Cost Low At Wolverine Campus Co-op Cafeteria Was OpenedIn 1932 "Owned and operated by those it…

… serves -- the students of the Uni- versity" the Michigan Wolverine again opens its doors this fall for another successful year as campus cooperative cafeteria. The Wolverine was started back in the deep…

March 12, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

… LEAGUET TO GO TO RAYS Wolverine Track Squad Leaves for Champaign To rw;v Lineup Indefini . :A contingent of Michigan track * estars will leave Ann Arbor tomor- - row morning at 9:30 bound for Champaign…

…'to put in their bid for honor positions at the annual Uni- versity of Illinois Rey Carnival which will be held there Gaturday. Although the definite entries for the Wolverines have not been an- nounced as…

… t F 1 l tunity again. to try a shot all over What golfer wouldn't?" GYM TEAM ExDRILLS FR0 BIG TEN MEET Neither Coach Nor Team Ex.pect WOLVERINE SOUAD EXPECTEDTO JIN Wildcats Have Largest Number…

… mainly composed of sophomores and they recently suf- fered a crushing defeat at the hands ofthe powerful Wolverine aggregation under the tutelage of Coach Matt Mann. Michigan, with only 12 men en- tered…

… Half. IWho will carry the colors of the .ee u Wolverines into both the diving The Maize and Blue will put the iand 50-yard free style events in the final touches on their first season i Western…

March 12, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

…, victory is likely to be fought out between the Hoosiers and Wolverines in the longer runs. It is considered probable that Charley Fenske, sensational Wiscon- sin sophomore, will be the only man not running…

… carry the Wolverine distance hopes. Trials in the hurdles are to be held Saturday afternoon. Bob Os- good, defending champion, should have no trouble in qualifying and is expected to repeat his 1935…

… Michigan is due for a trimming. Iowa is the team to turn the trick, these prognosticators are saying, bait after watching the Wolverines in action this week and noticing the improvement made in the two weeks…

… since Iowa was defeated here 43 to 41, this writer does not see any possibility other than a sixth consecutive championship for Capt Frank Fehsenfeld's squad. It appears to us that the Wolverines will…

… much for Harry Rieke of Michigan in the 150-yard back-stroke, but the Wolverine sophomore will come through over Westerfield of Iowa and Salie of Ohio State. Jewell of Northwestern looks like the fifth…

January 12, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

…SUNiAY, t JUARY 1 2, 119.36 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fighting Wolverine Sextet Beaten By Chatham Maroo ns, 7-2 Biggest Crowd Sees Season's Fastest Game Fabello Tallies Both Goals For Varsity As Chatham…

… Proves Too Good By FRED BUESSER Chatham's powerful Maroons un- leashed a dazzling offense to sweep over a valiant Wolverine hockey team 7-2, in a fast, hard-checking ice battle at the Coliseum last night…

… Michigan fighting back desperately and playing defensive hockey throughout the greater part of the game. The Wolverines went down fight- ing in a gallant attempt to match the speed and power of the three…

…. Score Early Art Sadlier, who last year caused the Wolverines so much trouble, was held closely in check throughout the game, but managed to collect one goal and an assist. Bob Simpson and Dick Griggs both…

… first unassisted and the second on a pass from Jack Mer- rill. check. Referee Paddy Farrell mo- tioned Dawson to the cooler and the Wolverines put on the pressure. Bob Stoddart and Sadlier broke away and…

May 12, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… championship golf team rolled up its fourth straight dual meet win of the season over Ohio State today, winning 21% to 22. Captain Eddie Dayton and Chuck Kocsis again led the Wolverine scor- ing, with Dayton…

… the Wolverines carded two rounds of 73, one over par. The Buckeyes gained but one point in the singles when Dudley halved a nine with Milt Schloss, the Michigan alternate, in their morning singles round…

… (afternoon). Wolverine Netters At Columbus Today Four Michigan netters left with Coach Johnny Johnstone yesterday afternoon for Columbus, Ohio, where they hope to win an easy m&tch from the Buckeye tennis team…

… is of approxi- mately the same ability as Michigan, because they downed the Wolverines only by coming out on the odd end of a 5 to 4 score. And as further proof the Spartans crushed Oberlin College 8…

… ranking. The doubles combinations will be Kean and Kahn, Siegel and Appelt. By ART SETTLEl It looks like Michigan is a very good home team. The Wolverines, in1 four home games to date, defeated Michigan…

… of a college record. * * * The second game of the series will start this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Art Patchin will start for the Wolverines, and Williams will hurl for Ohio State. Both pitchers were…

March 12, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… the field of qualifiers entering the semi-finals of the Western Conference wrest- ling championsiips arLer yester- day's preliminary bouts. M\ichigan qualified four out of the five Wolverine matmen…

… Drysdale clipped seven-tenths of a second off the old 150-yard back- stroke record when he finished in 1:42.3 and the Wolverine medley relay team composed of Drysdale, Lemak and Kennedy set a mark of 3…

… placed four men and one team; Northwestern eight men and a relay team; Iowa three and one; Ohio two and one; Illinois one and one; Chicago, one inan, and Purdue, one.relay team. The Wolverines will have a…

… places ir liminary heats at the Univ of Chicago field house tonig Following the Wolverine: Ohio State with six places. ana, counted as Michigan's gest threat, was third witl Chicago, Illinois, and Iowa…

… four each. Wisconsin and MV sota placed three and Ngrthw and Purdue, one each. Starting with the first ever 60-yard dash in which they .1 three men, the Wolverines le parade all the way. Jack Car and Don…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

…MARCH 12, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Track Team Captuses Sixth Straight Indoo r Title Cinder Squad Retams Crown By Big Margin Michigan Scores In Nine Of Ten Events To Gaiii Overwhelming…

… last lap to insure second place. Heyl coasted in a surprise third to add three more points to the Wolverine's mounting tctal. In the 60 yard dash, defending title holder Davenport was far back in fifth…

May 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

… their home schedule this weekend at the Palmer Field courts. The Wolverines are hosts at a tri- angular meet this weekend which will see both the Northwestern and Ohio State squads taking part with the…

… Weirmen. Today the Varsity plays Northwestern. Tomorrow Ohio State and the Wildcats clash, and Satur- day the Wolverines return to action against the Buckeyes. Game time today is 2 p.m. The return to action…

… championship Chicago squad. Crisler Ends Spring Practice Satur Wolverine grid ailments which and insufficient blocking out in front tors as past reputation m caused a chronic bogging down for f he runner on end…

… opponent and helps a better meal. hold up the morale of the home team.AA Shoddy tackling also played its part ARBORSPRINGSWATERC PAN in the mediocrity of the Wolverine Phone 8270 gridders. "Too much arm, not…

…, HELEN DROPS ONE GAME LONDON, May 1l.-(P)-Helen Wills dropped only one game today as she defeated Miss H. R. E. Bullen, 6-1, 6-0, in the third round. WM. B. AMSTUTZ 607 Wolverine Bldg. Phone 8946 rthe A…

December 12, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 64) • Page Image 6

… Mat Star Gains Two Out of Three Falls in Los Angeles Bout. 'FELD OLYMPIC TITLE Another Michigan athelete has made good in the "big time." EdI Oeorge, erstwhile defender of the Wolverine heavyweight…

…- onds to even the match when George nailed him with a double wristlock and a scissors. The third and deciding fall came 12 minutes and 52 seconds later when the former Wolverine pinned his op- ponent with…

… seeking re- ning. venge for the 5-0 drubbing given Two v4 them last year by the Wolverines played a in the first game of the year. which th Defeat is Surprise. at the h, At that time the Western Ontario…

… styne's t team figured the Wolverines as the open push-overs, basing their opinions presence on previous records made by the any opp Michigan teams in other years, but players the Conference championship…

…. Fisher started yesterday's work- out with a session of basket shoot- (Continued on Page 7) Ed George, Former Wolverine Varsity wrestl- er and Olympic champion who gained the decision over Gus Son- nenberg…

January 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, MN. 12, 8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T Hockey Team1 Starts Drive For - _ Rough Tussle Is Anticipated ASE By-Wolverines By IRVIN Weight Advantage Gives EDITOR'S NOTE: That mad mis- creant…

… Michigan's hockey when it plays the second game. club to report the two-game series Making the trip are Captain Bob the Wolverines will play with Minne- Simpson and Bucko Smith, defense- sota on Wednesday…

… tonight. ters of hockey. Mariucci has a phil- The Wolverine's chances in to- osophy that's simple, and free of eth- night's encounter are hard to fore- ical distinctions-he has a job to do, cast. Michigan…

Wolverines have yet to place anyone up near the top. Jake Town-FR IE N I send is the only one within striking distance, with a total of 24 points for the two contests the Varsity has played. Badgers Surprise…

August 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 41) • Page Image 19

… is given in the Ten have hockey teams, Minnesota spring when more than 200 mono- and Illinons. The Gophers swept a grams are given out by the depart- fuor-game series from the Wolverines ment to the…

… vaulting corps in Wolverine history. Chuck Decker vaulted well over 13 feet while in high school and may be the number one vaulter next year. Wayne Mac- Master will push his teammate to the limit. Long…

May 12, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…- quered a strong Illinois squad here today over the Urbana Country Club links, 18-6. in a bitterly contested dual match. Even with Kocsis and Fischer missing from the Wolverine line-up, Michigan still led…

… defeat Kokes and Barr of Illinois, 3-0, in the first four- some, and Markham and Saunders, Wolverine number two combination, downed Hill and Aydelot, 2-1, in the second. Al Saunders had the lowest card of…

… to eke out a 4-to-3 win and finish off the, season's series at two victories apiece. Michigan had won Friday's contest, 6 to 4. The defeat was the third confer- ence loss for the Wolverines, all three…

… given good support in the field but little at the plate. Five hits were all the Wolverine batters could get off the combined offerings of Ron- nie Peters and Bob Blue. None were made off Peters in two and…

… never headed. Prosen- jak began the rally with a single after Wolverines Triumph Over Buckeyes; Willis Ward Not Entered Records Broken In Mile And Half-Mile Winning Margin Provided By Slams In Javelin…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… meet. The last Wolverine squad to feel the masterful touch of Coach B. Hoyt demonstrated its amazing bal- ance by amassing points in all but one of the 10 events to mount up 41% points, 17 more than…

… relinquished its Big Ten wrest- ling title today as Indiana rolled upj 27 points to win by a comfortable margin over the Wolverines and Illi- nois, tied for second with 19 points. Minnesota was fourth with 12…

… brothers were the only Wolverine entries to reach the finals but Bill Combs, sophomore Oat 155 pounds, and Butch Jordan in the heavyweight class, survived a series of bouts and added second place points to…

… the Michigan total. Don Nichols was the third second place winner for the Wolverines. Jim Mer- icka's third place in the 136 pound cass completed the Michigan scor- ing. Butch Jordan enabled the Wolver…

… place. Traicoff, of Indiana, 155 pounder, was finally adjudged the winner of a (Continued on Page 7) Help Give Wolverines Championships - - Squads Natators Easily Vanquish Buckeyes, Nearest Rival, As…

… event, the 300-yard medley which was won by Ohio. From then on, the meet was never in doubt as the Wolverines took first and second in every free style event except the hundred in which they won first and…

December 12, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

… Michi- ti gan State rally to whip the surpris- ing Spartans 43 to 40 before more than 8,000 fans in the Yost Field . House. The Wolverines shot to an early lead and never were headed, but the determined…

… the half - way mark but in the second frame their offense bogged down and they scored only three times from the floor. The Wolverines' accuracy from the foul line proved to be the margin of victory as…

… repeated Spar- tan violations gave them ample op- portunity to add needed points. Michigan's all-conference captain John Townsend led the Wolverine ( ' attack with four field goals and five , ;": fouls for…

… only time State igan meets McMasters University here W T i-I ever matched the Wolverines during Tuesday evening in its last game be- Will Introdiuce the evening, fore vacation.*I The Michigan attack…

…, both of I and 22 in the Lydia Mendelssohn the short variety. As o- Theatre, it was announced yesterday. Begin To Move AiTton o Lecture Rosten was graduated from New Now the Wolverines began to move. I…

July 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

… trys. In another closely contested but low-scoring game, the Wolverines dropped the Ten Old Men invo t. e cellar with a 3-2 victory. Batteries for the winners were Bowers and Michelson; for the losers…

… Professor Nelson, 3232 An Hall, 11-12, MTWTh. SOFTBALL STANDINGS National League W. Tigers...... Eskimos. Red Sox Wolverines ... Super Dupers Ten Old Men. 2 1 1 1 1 0 L. 0 1 1 2 2 Pct. 1.000 .500 .500…

March 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

… and hiis Wolverine wrestler took an: the list of qualifiers for Satuirday bs"u.e-,al la nlleCofrnc et o r igrain hat:>been (changed somewhait l I-~~~~~~~~he was, able to drag thebahu e…

… by a score of 4-2 fromI time and will be able to take in all J. Matlon of the Gophers. of the activities because of the pro- h i na rm o-m ef At 145 pounds the Wolverines ir'iin's three haour length…

… he vy- ~ too"I eavey n t hd a schan e t 130-Ypdlayed in practically every one of the weight wivision, Joe Savilla of the I throw any et." Whe-cupon le pro- D Ohio Statle; Heydt, Iowa; Brandt,'Wolverine

… tilts. IPersodnoatli'w eghtrimgems i aCOr Wolverines was defeated by Dowes sede totFrwneghtcenerCo. NEW YORK, March 11:--(')J--Max' Minnesota; Rieke, Michigan; Amii Paris Replaces Chatham o hoSae1-.mw ob…

March 12, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

Wolverine camp of Vic Heyliger, the end and exhibited his old form. duplicated in the finals when Stan rookie outfielder, who is slated to win Seymour Rubin, '35, of Chicago, re- Birleson was stuck behind the…

…Collum at defense, were the three Wolverines who won first team honors.j Johnny Jewell, goalie, and Larry David, defenseman, were placed on the second team. Sherf besides being unanimously chosen at left wing…

…. Freshman Defeat Indiana, 54 -491/ Coach Ken Doherty's freshman track team defeated the Indiana yearlings, 541/2 to 49/2 in the tele graphic meet staged all through las week. The Wolverine frosh showe marked…

… improvement over their per formance a week before against Ohi State's freshmen. The outstanding Wolverine per formance was John Townsend's heav of forty-four feet in the shot event Hicks of Indiana turned in a…

August 12, 1930 (vol. 10, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

… against the Wolverines at Ann Arbor on December 6. Like most startling games, this one is ex- pected to be an easy one for the Maize and Blue five. Michigan State will be met next, and the Spartans, who are…

January 12, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

… tonight, 6 to 0, in the first of a two-game series. The same teams will meet at the Coliseum again tonight, Before the first period was 10 min- utes old the Wolverines had demon- strated an easy superiority…

… minutes. Crimson Offense Stopped Wisconsin's offensive was stopped completely by the effective poke- checking of the Wolverine forward line and when a Crimson skater got past the Michigan red line he was…

… promptly checked by defenseman MacCollum or David. Early in the game a personal feud between Ed Mercer and the Wolverine defense- men developed and resulted in double penalties for the aggressive Badger and…

… each of the Wolverines in the second and third stanzas. Sherf again showed the offensive ability that made him All-American left wing last year but Coach Eddie Lowrey was particularly pleased by the…

…-teegu'Axjowar~s,-. Goalie Chuck Heyer kept the Wolv- erines from running the score into two figures by some fine saves while the Wolverines were passing the puck around inside Wisconsin's red line. In the third period…

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…

May 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

… except students. PERSONALLOANS Up to $300 Personal Finance Co. 376 Offices 10th Year in Ann Arbor Ground Floor Wolverine Bldg. "01-203 S. FOURTH AVE. Phone 4000 RXV Hon, Mgr. I Y r rLORRO BY OOALL nM THE…

January 12, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

… High Schools ... VOL. XLVI No. 76 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverine Five Beats Minnesota Michigan Wins By 38 To 28 Score, Using Superior Height To Control Ball…

… outclassed a fighting Minnesota five to gain its first Big Ten victory, 38 to 28 before a crowd of 6,000 last night at Yost Field House. The Wolverines, using their su- perior height with great effective- ness…

… the basket for him. He collected only four points but his passes led to many of the Wolverines' scores and his ability to take the ball off the backboards and odd skill at retriev- ing loose balls while…

… on the floor kept Minnesota on its heels. The Gophers followed the lead set by Indiana and Butler trying to check the Michigan guards as they brought the ball down the floor and keep the Wolverines

March 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… Scores In 08:7 The Wolverines' crack hurdle pair of Gedeon and Kelley augmented by Sherman Olmsted completely domi- nated the timber event as Gedeon took his heat easily in :08.7 to tie with Bush Lamb of…

… recognized authori- The Wolverines received their ma- Cummins received the largest total ssty ongAustria, had predicted to the jor set-back and chief surprise of !o ffirsts, 87. Daily that Hitler would use…

May 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

… Jampel 4570 evenings. 657 dozens and dozens of LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY -2-1044. Sox darned. Careful work at low prices. 9 t~f, .hic J State Street on the Campus Wolverine 11 Newly Appointed CAA Head Senior…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 2

…-room apartments furnished, conveniently located. Apply 209 South State. St. Michi- gan Wolverine. 438 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned. Careful work at low prices. 9 LOST LOST - A tame blue parakeet. TYPING…

March 12, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… SERVICE to the spot under the Wolverines(Da 10 21Es iet in the final standings. '2 Strange as it may seem, Ohio M NOTICE State, whose victory was gained l WE BUY USED CLOTHING over Minnesota, was the only…

October 12, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

…- operatives to be beyond the "interesting experi- ~ nent" stage. In the Wolverine Restaurant and 'the eight cooperative houses Michigan students have found the answer to the need for some eans to lower living…

… expenses, while maintain- ing a high standard of living. Starting with a nucleus of 25 members, the Wolverine has.,grown to the.largest independent student center on campus, with more than 800 members, both…

May 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… crest of a six-game win- ning streak and with Conference title hopes at the highest peak in three years, Coach Ray Fisher's hustling Wolverines will meet Indiana, de- fending Big Ten Champs, in the first…

March 12, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 114) • Page Image 2

…. they know our service is so private. Maybe cash will help you'if it will, write, 'phone or better still COME IN TODAY. 2nd Floor Wolverine Bldg. Room 208 208 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Plone 4000-4001 Cor. 4…

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan