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May 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

… KALAMAZOO-In a battle to determine the. top team in the Mid-west, the Wolverine tennis squad edged Western Michigan here, 5-4, yesterday. The Broncos had won eighteen of their last nineteen matches, and were…

… the team to beat, a task the Wolverines met with great vigor, as Barry MacKay. Bob Paley, and Pete Paulus led the way with victorys in singles. MacKay gave the Wolverines the initial lead, in the number…

… the fire. Drop Next Three After taking the first match, however, the Wolverines dropped the next three, and the whole match took a new turn. In one of the many tough individual matches played yesterday…

… Nights Unti' 8:30 Statistics Show Wolverines As Strong Baseball Squad ing for Donnelly to win the next two games, and the match.' At this point, the Bronco's held a 3-1 lead over the Wolverine net- men…

…6-0, 6-4. With the doubles coming up the Wolverines needed two wins out of the three matches to win. Bat- tling with Farrell and Donnelly in the number one doubles, the Mich- igan duo played a rather…

March 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

…PAOE SMX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 12,1957 i 1 Arl ┬úT fE ICIGNDALYTUSAY MRC12 1. Wolverines Grab fonth, !hnnuhmI annrtnn Swimmers Runner-Up Positions In Big Ten 5~' fJP UN / NEN…

… U.'~.A 1.7U./1't.7 P..'/ U ' g v'1w._ To Edge Wolverines in B By JOHN HILLYER Michigan State thought it had the Conference swimming crown locked up last Friday night with seven events completed…

…. 715 N. University -Courtesy of Gus Miller PINNING HOLD-Wolverine wrestling captain Mike Rodriguez nears his 157-lb. Big Ten wrestling championship last Saturday afternoon as he throws a telling pinning…

…. Outpointing Michigan State and Iowa, teams they had fallen to during the regular season by a terrific margin, .the Wolverines gave Illinois the closest scare they have experienced in the past few years. Abie…

… Grossfeld, the Illinois Olympian who was outstanding Saturday, confided to Wolverine Coach Newt Loken and Ed Gag- nier, the top Michigan gymnast, that Illini Coach Charles Pond had told his men that they…

December 12, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 71) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T( PL C' st it his hristmas :ockings in.... Ean Cage Team, 'M' Quintet Meets Butler' In Search of Third Win Icers Play Here Tonight Wolverines Host McGill In Hockey Home…

… at (George) Lee and (Terry) Miller 8:00 in lost Fieldhouse. all have their legs taped, theyj The Wolverines, who stopped should be all right. And (John) Pittsburgh 75-55 in their season Tidwell's hand…

… chance Wolverine's Rogers 6'6", for the to take this one and avenge last first time this year, will be the year's loss, at least on the basis tallest man on the court. of season records. Michigan stands at…

… three games, * they have played good ball against three top-notch teams, Illinois, Michigan State, and Wabash, and, are a good working ball club." In Good Condition The Wolverines will be close to top…

… , BACK IN THE LINEUP-Steve Bochen, right wing for Michigan's hockey team, returns to the ice tonight after being sidelined by a broken wrist. The Wolverines entertain McGill at the Coliseum. Game time is 8…

…. Michigan in comparison has only three returning lettermen: senior captain Larry Murray, and juniors Mike Hoyles and Fred Olm. The balance of the Wolverine; squad is made up of sophomores untried as yet in…

… varsity competi- tion, who, according to mat coach Cliff Keen, "are green, but ready to fight." The Wolverines' success this weekend will )also be dependent on how well the injury-plagued wres- tlers have…

… unlimited heavyweight divi- sion. Tomorrow the Wolverines travel to New Brunswick, N.J., to tangle with Rutgers, rated behind only Cornell and Lehigh in the East. $995 Light Glove Leather 3 s.* ~ ~ ~ - u…

March 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…-36 defeat at flli- nois was due in part to a great performance by Illinois' Abe Grossfeld and in part to the tense- ness of the Wolverine gymnasts. An all-around gymnast, Gross- ;feld took four firsts, a…

… where on several occasions the Wolverine trampolinists disqualied them- selves by losing control of their direction and landing on the edge of the trampoline. Theteam was a little more re- laxed for…

… higher scoring guard duo next season. Outside.of the Big Ten schedule, four of the teams Michigan played have gone on to greater heights. Only one of the four, Nebraska, did the Wolverines beat, 81-57. The…

… the first round of the NCAA mid-eastern regional tour- nament and lost. Wyoming, who dumped the Wolverines, 78-66, over the Christ- mas holidays, meets Seattle to- night in the first round of the far…

… scores two points against Iowa in the season's finale last Saturday. Lewis' eight free-throws late in the game put the contest on ice for the Wolverines. Sigma Chi, ZIJ"T Win, Advance in I Playoffs By…

February 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… total set four years ago. The Wolverines jumped off to an early lead, but, the home team went ahead a few seconds before the end of the first quar- ter. Michigan seemed to be in the contest until halftime…

… from the Big Ten cellar and threaten three teams for leadership of the second division. But the Wolverine hopes were weakened by the loss of freshmen Bob Jewell, Ralph Kauffman and Dick Powless. The trio…

… was de- clared ineligible for second semes- ter play due to scholastic difficul- ties. THE WOLVERINES s c o r e d their most decisive victory by trouncing Michigan State, 50-36, in a thrill…

… two-point win from the Wildcats. Paced by Chicago forward Larry Dellefield, Northwestern held off a last-minute Maize and Blue rally to top the Wolverines, 59-57. Following deadlocks of 19-19 at the…

… quarter and 33-33 at the half, Northwestern took a 54-40 lead with four minutes left in the third stanza and held the Wolverines at bay the rest of the way. Michigan overcame a 13-point Northwestern…

… ineligibility FOURTH STRAIGHT: Wolverine Matmen Beat Iowa; Take Six Matches .4. CLASS OF '52 WELL-PAID JOBS FOR ENGI 'NEERS AT LINK AVIATION! Engineering majors -there's a fine career for you at LINK AVIATION…

May 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

…THE MOHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1957 TH ICIAN AL UDY A 21 .,...r._...e __., . _ a,., .,., . I ;olfers leuscher Down Tree Te Purduie,OSU, MSU Fall To Wolverine Linksters { ~By AL JONES ," 18…

…SU Gets Morton Grid Prize Chuck Teuscher, a freshman end candidate from Aurora, Ill. was awarded the Meyer W. Morton trophy as the'most valuable play- er in the Wolverines' spring foot- ball practice. The…

… champions. Yesterday, however, ,oily two of the Purdue golfers could shoot in the same league with Michigan and Ohio State. Tie After Eighteen At the end of the first 18 holes, the Wolverines and Buckeyes…

… were tied at 9-9, while Purdue had fallen behind Michigan, 13-5, andl behind Ohio State, 12%-5/2. From there on out it was a battle between the Wolverines and Buckeyes, with Michigan finally winning, 20…

…- pletely out of the running. The Spartans fell to Michigan, 241/2~- 111/2, to Ohio State, 27-9, and to Purdue, 261/-91/.. Meet Spartans Monday The Wolverines will give the Spartans a return match Monday, at…

… and 74, and Camp- bell getting the same in reverse. Two Wolverines Follow The next two best scores be- longed to two Wolverines, Fred Micklow and Stan Kwasigorski. Micklow shot a fine 72on the front Ca…

… out the Wolverine lineup. Law shot a 158, carding a 76 and an 82. The 76 gained him valuable points from all three of his opponents. Keefe started slow with a 47 on the first nine, but then added a 41…

…, 38 and 42 for a total of 168. His final nine sealed the close Ohio State match as he took two of the three points from his op- ponent, Jim Ross, on the last 18. Coach Bert Katzenmeyer of the Wolverines

… match from the sidelines, the Wolverines were able to muster enough strength to roll to their 40th straight victory. MacKay Leads Trouncing Barry MacKay's smashing 6-0, 6-1 victory over Larry Biederman in…

…, by the second set, 'the Wolverines were clicking as a team and easily whipped their oppon- ents. Harris-Jensen Triumph Harris and Jensen downed Tsc- hantzdand Polte, 6-3, 6-2, in the second doubles…

February 12, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY estling Schedule Starts Getting Tough uin for Wolverines in Future Meets Co-Captain Rivalry Feature( In 'M'-MSU Basketball Gam By DAVE LYON ginning this Saturday, the dule…

… starts getting tough again Michigan's wrestling team. aving expended relatively little t in their last three meets nst Northwestern, Purdfie, and ois, the Wolverine matmen have to contend with Iowa, nesota…

… is only as good as its indi- vidual members, so a consideration of individuals is in order. Mike Hoyles, Wolverine junior, is one of the Conference's best at 123 pounds. How he stands in rela- tion to…

… competition from Iowa's once-beaten John Kelly in trying to extend his string of three straight victories. Michi- gan's principal weak spot'is at 137, where the Wolverines are still looking for their first…

… interested in getting Michigan back in the chase in order to win their first crown in their three years. The Wolverine pair, two of the most heralded prepsters ever to come out of state, aided Michigan's fifth…

… place finish in 1956-57-the high- est standing Coach Bill Perigo has had at Ann Arbor. The Wolverine seniors are re- membering the 79-69 defeat hand- ed them by State last year, while the Spartan duo…

February 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

… - By JEFF WEISS A cold shooting touch from the floor accounted for Michigan's 80- 69 loss to Minnesota Monday night. The Wolverines made only 27 of 96 shots from the floor for a poor 29 percent shooting…

… is not the case. "Doing my routine the best I can do is the thing utmost in my mind," said Ed Gagnier, Michigan captain. "The only fear I have is that I will not do my best." Chuck ,Clarkson, Wolverine

… 19 points. He hit on 8 of 14 from the floor, and 3 of 4 foul shots to give him the best effort this season. This. year Lewis' play-making has helped make the Wolverines a title contender. Although a…

… Hockey League enters the last month of its short and unsuccessful existence, the outcome of the championship race remains in doubt. Since the Wolverines have al- ready been mathematically elim- inated from…

… title contention, the remainder of the season should serve as an indication of Michigan h o p e s for the forth-coming season. Wolverine championship hopes looked dim as early as Christmas vacation. The…

… inexperienced puck- men were faced with six games totaling half of a possible 24 points before the turn of the New Year. This was the turning point of the season as the Wolverines were able to pick up only four…

…, "This was the Wolverines' low point of the season." Although it came too late, the Wolverines hit their high point of the season Saturday night when they scored four goals in the last period to defeat…

March 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

… most people don't know why everything is relative (in mathematical terms, at least), any Wolverine sports fan will tell you that the recent, Big Ten championships in swimming, track, and wrestling prove…

Wolverine and the personal attraction of the venerable Mann, the Buckeyes draw their personnel through a powerful recruiting net which extends to such farflung spots as Hawaii and South America. In addition…

… workmanlike sophomore, grabbed a crown along with Snip Nalan. But the large share of the Wolverines didn't even get near the championship round. That was where the too late came in. The all-around ability of…

… Tigers, who, like Michigan, will be playing in their fifth straight collegiate championship tournament, face Yale in the semifinal contest. Should they * * * ond game saved the Wolverines from being…

… goalie, Ken Kinsley, was praised by Vic Heyliger, Wolverine men- tor, as the toughest that his squad has seen all season. LATE HOCKEY SCORE Boston 3, Detroit 2 Military Ball Pictures on display Today and…

… introduction to Wolverine follow- ers. They clashed with the Maize and Blue in a crucial two game series last month and almost wrecked Wolverine hopes for a bid to the tournament. At the time, second place was…

…" NOW-a Great Name in Tennis 11 Along with his other talents, Wolverine cage coach Ernie Mc- Coy rates as one of the top, prog- nosticators in the business, in view of his pre-season Big Ten predic…

February 12, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19," PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19M NEW SHIPMENTS of USE O % %twKS Hustling Barron Sparks Wolverine Cage Squad orriving…

Wolverine squad with an average of 17.5 points per game. The Chicagoan's 262 points also places him among the top ten scorers in the Big Ten. THE SOPHOMORE star, the spark plug of the Maize and Blue quintet…

… the 137-pound ing team'championships at the hands of The Hawkeyes will enter this Pete Compton of Illinois. meet with their best mid-season Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines mark since 1950 when they posted…

… wrestle because of a leg in- !row will provide the Wolverines Sophomore Kenneth Leuer, a jury. He has wrestled heavy- with some very tough competition. 177-pounder, leads the Hawkeyes weight during the dual…

… Wisconsin's Cap-1 tain Jerry Seeber who was unde- feated for two previous seasons. The Wolverines will field a strong team headed by Norvard "Snip" Nalan who is undefeated in two years of dual meet compe…

January 12, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

… game in a Michigan uniform, the season finale against Michigan Tech, posted his first collegiate shut- out as the Wolverines drubbed the Houghton club, 10-0. The next two years McDonald worked diligently…

… added two singles to lead the Wolverines to a 5-2 victory over Notre Dame. The next year he continued the pace he set the year before and GOAL HALTER-In three years of guarding Michigan's nets goalie…

… Jack McDonald has maintained a 2.67 goals-against Aver- age. Exhausting his eligibility at the end of this semester, the Wolverine ace will end his Michigan athletic career against Michigan Tech on Feb…

… Tall Center Boasts 205 Point Total By BILL BRENTON Michigan's Wolverines, current- ly the most talked-about quintet in Big Ten basketball, resumed heavy workouts last night with a "stop Rehfeldt" cry…

… all-game totals up to date. The quick Wolverine for- ward has 29 points in two Con- ference games and 138 all-season. Don McIntosh and diminutive Chuck Murray follow close be- hind the Wolverine captain…

… in the current Conference title race. COACH NEWT LOKEN claims that Chicago is a dark horse this year because little information is available on the Maroon tumbling outfit. Last season the Wolverines

January 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 80) • Page Image 3

… Coach Matt Mann's Wolverine natators will swim their first dual meet of the current season and at the same time open Big Ten com- petition when they clash with Northwestern tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the…

… Intramural Pool. In twenty-seven years of tank rivalry between the two schools the Wildcats have been able to out-swim the Wolverines in only three meets, and haven't been able to turn the trick since 1931…

…. Tonight Coach Mann will send his Wolverine swimmers against a Northwestern t e a m composed largely of freshmen and juniors. Wildcat coach Bill Peterson has just five lettermen left from last year's squad…

…Kevitt. Other Wildcats who could give the Wolverines some trouble are Jim Erkert and Keith Peterson, free style sprinters who both placed in the Big Ten meet last year, and back-stroker Bob Kivel- len. One of the…

… the Fighting Irish from 1939 through 1941. Crimmins was given a five-year contract and will have the privi- lege of naming six assistant. High Flying lMinois To Face Wolverine Cagers Tonight Michigan…

December 12, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 67) • Page Image 3

… situation, is hard at work preparing for a ding-dong two game series here with the powerful Toronto Blues this week- end. The "frying pan," of course, re- fers to Friday's 9-2 Wolverine win and Saturday…

… impression to over- shadow that of Montreal. * * * NINE LETTERMEN are back from the outfit that defeated Michigan, 6-4, and lost to the Wolverines, 9-5, in two battles here last season. In addition Coach Bill…

…, and Ernie Frey, four forwards who figured promin- ently in scoring last year against the Wolverines, are also on the 1951-52 Toronto roster. The Blues, defending champions in senior Canadian college…

… drill and scrimmage yesterday in the early stages of preparation for Toronto. The Wolverines came out of the Montreal series in good shape physically, which can be attributed to the clean, fast hockey…

… Saturday night, that held up the game eight minutes, the Wolverines suffered a let down and blew a 2-0 lead. Heyliger stated he figured the injury made Ikola a bit shy on high shots, a natural reaction, but…

… all the time." Michigan had a one-period let down against Montreal and lost the game. One of the bright spots in the loss to the Carabins was the way the Wolverines battled from be- hind twice. Down 3…

… showing against a Wolver- ine outfit which has whipped him in successive years 25-3, and 16-11. The following Saturday, Jan- uary 12, will find the Wolverine matmen at Bloomington, Indi- ana, where they…

… trailing most of the way. Iowa and Northwestern will appear consecutively at Ann Ar- bor on February 9 and 16. On Feb. 23 the Wolverines will Who Launders KYER MODEL Shirts Best? LAUNDRY 4,. ERNIE FREY…

… some great stops by Mon- treal goalie Marcel Auger, 15 of them in the final period, saved the Carabins from defeat by the rampaging Wolverines. Word from trainer Carl Isaac- son is that letterman Eddie…

February 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…' Basketballers Face Purdue Away; Both Teams Caught in Losing Streaks Irish Cindermen Here; Offer Key Test of Wolverine Depth Iowa Strong Opponent for Grapplers In Big Ten Dual Meet at Iowa City ByED SALE... By…

… squad will attempt to snap a three game Western Conference losing streak which" has seen the Wolverines drop into eighth place in the Big Ten race. Purdue in Cellar Though the Boilermakers cur- rently…

… counted on to score many of the Wolverine points. In the Kansas meet theM point-happy cinderman took nine! of 12 first places and eight sec- onds. One event which should provideI 1 plenty of excitement is…

… could well be one of:division. Yet to post a win at this top hurdler, will compete in Michigan's toughest of the year. weight, the Wolverines will try the high and low hurdle Iowa, coached by David Mc…

… Eaddy and Perigo Optimistic Tom Jorgenson holding down the Perigo is optimistic about the guard slots. chances of his five to defeat the The Wolverines will again have Boilermakers. Though he would to do…

December 12, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

… Fliers * * * * * * * Wolverines Win Cage Game, 71-56; Icers Tie * * Cable Seeks Montreal (~) Court Team Easily Downs Butler Squad Barron, Eaddy Lead 'M' With 16 Points By DON LINDMAN…

… Michigan guards Don Eaddy and JimBarron scored 16 points apiece last night to lead the Wolverine basketball team to an easy 71-65 win. over an outclassed Butler squad. Although playing listless ball dur- ing…

… in the second half as the Wolverines were unable to halt the 6'-3" Bulldog star. Obviously not emotionally up for the tilt, Coach Bill Perigo's crew played exceptionally well when they had to, but…

… Butler failed to press the Wolverines during most of the game. A fast-breaking offense and a vir- tually airtight defense built up 10- 4 and 27-12 leads in the first half, which ended with Michigan holding…

… a 32-16 advantage. As the half was drawing to a close, however, the Wolverine offense became slipshod at times and continued to be so in the second half, which was an en- tirely different story…

…F 10 and 11 points of Wolverines on two occasions, but Perigo's menc were equal to the challenge -andt quickly increased their lead bothr times.t Eaddy, netting five baskets int the first half, led a…

February 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 93) • Page Image 7

… !!FN 'S.,r the 9WeITie... WITH DAVE GREY (Continued from Page 1) The Wolverines were seldom al- lowed to get close to the basket and Wisconsin grabbed the re- bounds before the Blue could go in for a…

… Ron Kramer, who sat out most of the first period after picking up four fouls in the first ten minutes of play. Wisconsin managed to stave off a late-period Wolverine surge andI the half ended with…

… Michigan on the short end of a 32-29 score. In the second half things tight- ened up considerably but the Bad- gers managed continually to hold a five to eight point lead over the Wolverines. Wisconsin…

Wolverines down. The one bright spot in the Wol-I verines' .showing last night wasj that they out rebounded the Bad- gers, grabbing 55 off the back-I boards while Wisconsin managed to come up with 44. Badgered…

… present time the Confer- ence indoor and outdoor marks are held by ex-Wolverine Charley Fonville, who set them in 1948 with heaves of 56'10-3/8" and 58'-3/8" respectively. Fonville also had held, up to…

…. This past weekend Cole was high man with scores of 277 and 271. But no matter how good the Wolverines may be, Illinois still re- mains in a class by itself. The Illini have won the Western Conference…

February 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 93) • Page Image 6

…am THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1951 SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1957 Ice Squad To Host Detroit fed Wings Tonight Shooting Accuracy Cited As Wolverines' Main…

… as soon as pos- tured the decision, 5-2 to give the, sible. Wolverines the meet, 14-12. All freshman track candidates The matmen are awaiting the are to report to Lynn Doherty at arrival of Michigan…

… when the Wolverine hockey team hosts the Red Wings. Ted Lindsay (left) and Norm Ullman, teamed with the great Gordie Howe, will probably form the starting front line against the 'M' squad tonight. They…

February 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

…, and won a non-Con- ference tilt from Washington of St. Louis. 3-4 Conference Mark The Wolverines, consequently, went into last night's battle at Indiana with a 3-4 Conference record and an 8-7 overall…

… the nationally televised game, 78-67. By JOHN LaSAGE Husky Chico San Antonio came a long distance to captain the 1956 Michigan gymnastics team. Born in Providence, Rhode Is- land, the Wolverine captain…

January 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY cers Win, 5-2; Cagers Lose nald's Two Goals, Wolverine Attack Northwestern Quintet Stops Michigan, 93-72 Wildcats Win MICHIGAN Burton 'Lee Tillotson Lewis Miller Wright…

…, Switzer and McDonald put on a sterling performance with its three goal total, while the second line of Dozzi, Starr and McIntosh tallied the other pair. Once again the Wolverines had defense troubles, when…

… game. (Continued from Page 1) Northwestern kept the game from becoming a rout of gigantic proportions by stalling the play for the last six minutes. Even while toying with the Wolverines they managed to…

… outscore Michi- gan, 8-6. The Wolverines, who averaged 55 rebounds in their first two Con- ference games, were swept off the boards, as the Wildcats only al- lowed them to take down 31. Northwestern grabbed…

… 48. Tillot- son was no match for the 6'9" Ruklick in this department, as he could only take down six while Ruklick snatched 14, Forward George Lee led the. Wolverines in rebounding with 11. This made…

March 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

… Enter NCAA Ice Final By PHIL DOUGLIS Special to The Daily COLORADO SPRINGS, Colora- do--It's payoff time at the Broad- moor tonight as Michigan's blaz- ing Wolverines tear into Colorado College with the…

… night for this evening's annual Milwaukee Journal Relays. The Wolverines, fresh from an overwhelming victory in the Big Ten indoor meet last weekend, will send their mile and two-mile relay teams, plus a…

December 12, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 68) • Page Image 9

… Ross, and Jack Carroll have picked up Big Ten and national laurels for the Wolverines. Swedish Star The Canadians hold no monopoly in the cinder sport, though, for last year's captain and champion shot…

… Michigan son, and the banner was a crack at the Wolverines largely Canadian roster. This year, however, the sign will be even more meaningful, for last season, two American players were with the Wolverines

…- bert of Montreal. Last but not the least member of the Wolverine icers is the coach -Vic Heyliger-whose Roxbury, Mass., birthplace makes him the only American citizen of the bunch. WONDERFUL 4tI FOR…

December 12, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

… playoffs for the National league title. GRIDDERS BACK TO WORK: Wolverines Bein Rose Bowl Practice CHICAGO-(AP)-The Rose Bowl' game, after next New Year's day, remains a bone of policy conten- tion between…

…, Rosalind Patton and all the boys in the band staring him in the face, the Wolverine ice mentor will have but three defensemen available for duty against the Tigers Fri- day and Saturday. At the moment…

… Michigan's Pasadena - bound gridders resumed practice yester- day afternoon in Yost Field House after a two week layoff. The Wolverines. who have won or shared 18 Western Conference titles, will be seeking…

… following the Ohio State victory was one of the most beneficial things that has hap- pened to the 1950 squad. The layoff allowed the long list of Wolverine injuries to heal quite satisfactorily. The players…

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March 12, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…, and Washington before closing the tour wi day stand against Virgini * * * FOLLOWING the So swing, the Wolverines op ten game home season Wayne, April 17. Michig finished in a three way conference honors…

…-league slate will be home and home onvinced series with Notre Dame, Western d House Michigan and Michigan State all team with a single game against erations Wayne. April- 7? The Wolverines are missing four…

March 12, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

… Michigan State's de- coming of age was cause for a real suave - smart - individualistic fending champion Frank Modine celebration and proved to be well S 10 HARCUTTERS who nipped the Wolverine in the worth…

February 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

… into the Colorado College goal during the Wolverines' 7-2 rout of the Tigers last Wednesday night. The victory was sweet re- venge for Colorado's 6-3 triumph of the previous evening. WIHL RACE TIGHTENS…

…, Captain Rod- z came through in his usual ping fast attack and corn- ly dominated Gary Meyers, Loning him, 17-2. mady, making his third ap- lice for the Wolverines play- e hero role in getting Michi- lone…

March 12, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…, from where four of the five champions have come. Minnesota finished the cam- paign with a league record of 16 wins and four losses to tie for first place with the Wolverines. How- ever, of the four…

… meetings between the two leading clubs, the Goph- ers turned back the Maize and Blue on three occasions. The Wolverines arrived by plane in Colorado yesterday and will work out today at the Ice Palace…

… VALUABLE: By DICK LEWIS Ray Pavichevich, ball-hawking Hoosier from East Chicago, In- diana, was chosen captain of the -1953-54 edition of the Wolverine basketball team at a players' meeting held yesterday…

… with the bell- hops and clerks upon arrival. S * * MICHIGAN PLAYERS are re- garded with a jealous respect by the rabid Coloradans. They haven't liked watching the Wolverines take three championships from…

February 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…I K THE MICHLGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952 CANINE CARNIVAL? '52 Michigras Festival Almost Goes to Dogs Air Crash Victims Campus Calendar Events Today WOLVERINE CLUB-An open meeting of…

… the Wolverine Club Extension Class Opens T oday The University Extension Service announced that Real Est Appraisal II, a continuation of the program of courses leading t certificate in Real Estate…

February 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… is to be so strong that none will dare to attack us., "If we have learned but one les- CA.e - . . TOM RANDALL JOHN O'REILLY ... return sparks victory ... comes through in century Wolverine Hat Tricks…

…'s lobbies seemed dissapat- Michian Exlode g somewhat yesterday. After two-and-one-half periods Parliamentary observers gave;of listless hockey, the Wolverines 5' e 46-year-old lawyer from Stras- tallied three…

…. A slap shot from close in on the See WOLVERINES, Page 3 EAST LANSING - Michigan's' powerful swimming machine gained momentum yesterday, slip- ping into high gear for the ap- proaching Big Ten meet…

… time of 2:12.1. Probably the most encouraging sign of the evening lay in the per- formances of Wolverine junior John O'Reilly, who won the 220 yard free-style and. took. second to Ron Gora in the 100…

… free. Wolverine captain Bumpy Jones chalked up another win in the in- dividual medley, and set a pool and dual meet record in the pro- cess. Jones covered the 150 yard distance in 1:29.8 for the marks…

February 12, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

… Michigan r State sextet, 4-0, last night at the 'Coliseum before one of the small- est crowds of the season. It was the third victory of the season for the Wolverines over the cellar-dwelling Spartans who…

… first period; while the Wolverines were a man short. George Chin grabbed a loose puck in Spartan territory, skated behind the visitors' nets and neatly snuck a pass to Pat Cooney who drilled the puck…

… rebounding a Ron Martinson shot. *. * * JIM HAAS made the prettiest play of the night as, he scored the third Wolverine marker after 42 seconds of the final period had gone by.;. Ten minutes later Martinson…

…, playing his first game on the Wolverine first line, took a pass from captain Johnny Matchefts in front of the net and scored on a drive into the corner. Aside from these few scoring SL Wing Calls For…

… Michigan State See SEXTET, Page 6 of- at- drives, the Wolverine attack was generally sluggish. " Three good passes in a row constituted a scor- ing threat and the victors were only able to get 'off 27…

January 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…-NAVY RACE: I -Daily-Eric Arnold HITTING THE ICE- Michigan Tech defenseman Bill McLay helps goalie George Cuculick damp- en a Wolverine attack near the end of the second p e r 1 o d, illustrating the…

… two quick goals which came within 30 seconds of each other gave the Wolverines an insurmountable 41 lead over the Huskies, ..L . ....i.n~n ........ tef...T.,.,, 4 - -g e in wa r 7 I ," ju +hnk i na i l…

…- 1fans at McGaw Hall, ures ready for Senate action, IThe lossvnndroDedthe Wolverines Panel Sees I No German nity soon By RICHARD CONDON Germany probably will not re- unify within the near future, a…

December 12, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…- est in winter. India M/C Sales, 207 West Liberty. Ph. 2-1748. )7 WOLVERINE train ticket. Ann Arbor to N.Y.C. $20. Call rm. 3029 New-Dorm. )129 DIAMOND engagement and wedding rings. Large discount. Lee…

… MICHIGAN NIGHT at Frank Dailey's Meadowbrook. Ralph Flanagan and his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046 for reservations and information. )40P7 WESTERNERS Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl Special back to…

March 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 115) • Page Image 5

…- sion, students of the school will present a magic act and show' huiorous films of the school. The Wolverine Molar Band, a Dixieland band composed of mem- bers of the school, will also enter- tain. Small…

… announced. Wolverine Club Names Officers ANN ARBOR EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL 504 First National Bldg. NO 5-6107 M303 TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service; pick up and delivery. Moseley Type- writer Service. 204 N. 4th…

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… The victors-a fantastic bunch of cuties who call themselves the Michigan All-Stars. The losers- the once mighty Wolverine Varsi- ty. We are in the Varsity locker room. Defeat hangs heavy in the air…

… scalpel. We walk over to the defeated Wolverine star Rona Shamer. It was Shamer-the great All- American who suffered the most horrible experience that can come to an athlete. With but three seconds to go in…

December 12, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

… assisted on Mul- few seconds after Mullen andj verine goalie Willard Ikola never len's goal in the third stanza. Wolverine defenseman Lou Pao- Aftr aslugis . tar ~ hatt had left the ice after saw prevented…

… the brilliant net- r After a sluggish start in cashing into the boards. minder from turning in a much- which the Wolverines were out- deserved shutout. played for the first ten minutes, Bert Dunn, the…

… the end of the initial per- dressing room for repairs. Since he turned in sparkling saves to" iod. Haas was in the penalty box at1 keep the puck out of the Wolver- the time, the Wolverines were keep…

…, footer to break the deadlock. The State Department announc- * * * Then Chin got into the act. ed that Ambassador Charles E. THE ONLY other Wolverine to Less than two minutes later, Bohlen made a special…

March 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

…; Seldom Seen. Kids 2. O'Reilly Stars Wolverine trackmen turned in fine performances in the Mil- waukee Journal Games last weekend, led by Brendon 0'- Reilly's tie for first in the high jump. O'Reilly went…

… speedster, won the 50-yd. dash in :05.3, while Jim Pace was fourth for the Wolverines. Hel- mar Dollwet placed third in the mile run. Pole vaulter Mamon Gibson was also entered, but failed to place…

January 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…,000 Michigan students who made the journey here tonight seemed disappointed but not crushed, in watching the precision-like play of the Olymp- ians submerge the Wolverines' NCAA champions. STATISTICS FIRST…

… night's action in Detroit. In the back- ground can be seen two members of the Wolverine first line--- Wally Maxwell (10) and Bill MacFarland (7). Defenseman Bob Schiller also moves in on the play as the…

March 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…- pire by the government. But Alletta remains undisturbed. Cut Rates Offered For Florida Trip Special cut-rate prices for trans- portation, entertainment and meals have been arranged by the Wolverine Club…

…- gin from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Friday and will continue through March 26 at a cost of $69.50 round trip- a saving of 20 dollars according to Bob Golton, '54, Wolverine club special trips chairman. Campus…

January 12, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 79) • Page Image 4

…, no date of examination may be changed without the consent of the Committee on Examinations. t w a I 5 : - rlo- .1 Roses for Wolverine Club T HE DAILY doesn't always throw daggers. When a job…

… every railroad in the United States with lines west of the Mississippi, the Wolverine Club finally chose two, a southern route going out and a central route for the return trip, this 1-CIINIEMA K t…

August 12, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 36) • Page Image 5

… start Aug. 22 in ne Trio y Edged Athletic Club (where most of the Wolverines trained) were limited to Detroit's Rouge Park pool which was notaavailable to the men as much as 'it should have been," he…

… said. "Many of those who went to Japan (the U.S.-Jap- anese swimming meet) regarded the trials here as an anticlimax." Wolverines Frank Legacki and Ron Clark were among the Amer- icans who traveled to…

January 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

… important two-game set. Rendall scored at 2:16 of the final period after Dick Dunnigan had stolen the puck and passed to Don McIntosh, who passed to Rendall, 3 to 3 Record The victory gave the Wolverines a 3…

… birthday by leading the Michigan wrestling squad to a hard-fought, 19-9 victory over In- diana at Yost Fieldhouse yester- day in the Wolverines' opening Conference meet. The grapplers will face North…

February 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

… purpose behind state acquisition, according to President ry, is inability of the Detroit Board of Education to carry the TINGTON, Ind. - Paced hooting Archie Dees, In- sted the Wolverine cag- here last…

… handling by the Wolverines. Michigan's floor work completely collapsed during the second half as Indiana increased its lead by 10 points in the first six minutes of the period. Poor Scoring Depth With the…

… exception of Kramer, Tom Jorgensen, and Billy Wright, not one of the Wolverines were See RAGGED, Page 3 Offices In Japan onsid ered by 'U' Tokyo is - being considered as the site for a possible University…

January 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… Olympic games. Olympians Impressive The Wolverines had nothing to be ashamed of in losing tothe well -coached Olympic s qu ad. Coach Johnny Mariucci's Olymp- ians divided their scoring four ways in the…

… by pushing the puck past Olympic goalie Don Rigazio at 17:31 of the middle period. Ex-Wolverine -goalie "Ike" Ikola was sick and did not dress. The Wolverines started slowly, but showed increasing…

February 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… basketball team suffered a 70-65 licking at the hands of the Badgers here last night. The Wolverines just couldn't get rolling as the home five pulled away to an early lead which the Blue never quite overcame…

…. The defeat set the Wolverines back in sixth place in the race for Big Ten honors with a record of four wins and four losses for an even .500 percentage. The win was the first for Wis- iU. . For…

May 12, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… its way past the University of Illinois 8-1. . Today the Wolverine netters will tryfor their 28th straight when they meet Ohio State at Columbus. Playing in his usual number one spot, Barry Mac…

… base- ball team scored four unearned runs in the first inning to send the team on to a 7-2 victory over the Illini. The Wolverines will try to improve their 2-1 Conference mark today when they meet…

January 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

…-film programs. In another action SAC denied a request of the Wolverine Club to sponsor a mixer-dance Feb. 3 in the Teague. SAC accompanied their refusal with a statement that the Univer- sity cannot condone…

…, a capacity au- dience on how youth can best ex- press itself in government in the morning session of the conclave. Former Auditor-General John B. Martin suggested that a posi- Wolverine Club had…

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