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March 12, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 138) • Page Image 9

… came in and And then there's center where scored 17 points." Skala explained Bill Buntin will be outsized by the Dayton offense and defense four inches and twenty pounds, to the Wolverines at a Yost…

… CAARegional By RICK STERN Special To The Daily LEXINGTON, Ky.-Michigan's Wolverines and Dayton's Flyers, two of the hottest teams in college basketball, arrived here yesterday afternoon in preparation for…

… beating Ohio 66-65 to gain the regional berth, the Flyers leftI the court with chants of "Bring on Michigan." Wolverine Assistant Coach Jim Skala saw Dayton's win over Ohio. "They're a dangerous team," says…

…. Warrell stands just 6'1" while Cazzie is 6'5". Gene Klaus (6') is Dayton's other, guard. Matching Wolverine Captain Larry Tregoning at one forward spot will be the Dayton Captain Bob Sullivan. The 6…

… tournament. Donoher's only comment on the Wolverines was to the effect that E he fears Michigan's rebounding power. "Its probably the key fac- tor in their success," he said. "It looks like a volleyball game…

… played is Illinois. The Wolverines beat the Illini twice while Dayton lost in December, 104-86. Both teams received rousing sendoffs from their campuses. The Wolverines were honored at a pep rally…

September 12, 1961 • Page Image 36

… just after his Wolverines had picked up the Big Ten outdoor crown to add to the indoor title which they had won for the third consecutive year.- And for Canham, the eternal pessimist as far as his own…

…'t around last year because of scholastic reasons. The biggest holes to fill will be the sprints and the middle-dis- tances, where the Wolverines losej a lot of manpower. Robinson, 1961 Michigan captain and…

September 12, 1961 • Page Image 42

… powerhouse which finished tion packed season, for the two wards as the Wolverine icers ab- "Red" Berenson. Great things had league play with only one loss. Sec- Big Ten foes had been feuding all sorbed a 4…

… graduation. The erans, the Wolverines easily gain- needing three wins out of its re- tough from the start. fourth member of the rear guard' ed a 4-0 win. maining four games to assure a American Squad was…

Wolverines on their way paid off with a 4-2 victory. The composed of all Americans but one. Huskies, however, stormed back Lest this seem unstartling may it with a 6-1 win, be pointed out that the rest of Win…

… With the local referees favor- II F third place teams, and the first ing the quieter American style of II I~ and fourth place teams square off hockey, the Wolverines were callei L F i w gm1Fie…

…, caused a near riot. As soon as the final buzzer sounded the Minnesota bench hopped onto the ice and headed for Berenson. The Wolverines counter-attacked and things real- ly got hot. Then as the Michigan…

… team attempted to get back to the dressing room the 8,000-plus crowd got into the act and a police escort was required. The first game showed no new script as the Wolverines, hamp- ered by penalties…

Wolverines have a seasoned goaltender. Lose Captain The biggest loss is Captain Dale MacDonald, who signed a pro contract with the Chicago Black Hawks at the end of the semester. The only other losses are…

February 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…- gan State Saturday afternoon in Varsity Exhibition Pool in the first dual meet of the second semester. The new look will be provided by four new men who were not eligible to swim for the Wolverines

… Athletics. No action is expected in this matter until next week and' his eligibility will be in doubt un- til then. The addition of Webster to the Wolverine roster could be a key factor in Michigan's bid for…

… returning to Finland. "We could have used Kaykho," Wolverine Coach Gus Stager said, "but he just seemed to lose in- terest and never made grades." Cincinnati Snaps Streak; Wings Lose to Boston eA GRIMLY…

… DETERMINED - Wolverine freestyler Andy Morrow watches intently at a Michigan practice session in Varsity Pool. Morrow, who regained his eligibility this smeester, is a welcome addition to Coach Gus Stager…

…, the National Basket- in the Big Ten Meet and both Hall and USC's Gerry Tobian in the NCAA. If the two Wolverines are able to beat their opposition Michigan's chances for retaining their titles will be…

… goal of the night one minute from the end. r Tidwell Tops Wolverine Iasketballers in Scoring John Tidwell still leads the Wolverine basketball team in scoring according to the latest Michigan scoring…

February 12, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… RICK STERN. Special To The Daily EVANSTON - Shooting 50 per cent from the field, Big Ten co- leader Northwestern rolled past a drastically off-target Wolverine quintet 105-82 here yesterday. Michigan…

… from the line, also a season low. The game was so neat a replay of Michigan's 93-73 pasting by the Wildcats a month ago that ex- pedient Wolverine coach Dave Strack might have saved money by sending a…

… grabbed 12 re- bounds. All-America candidate Jim Burns only scored 12 points, but the Wildcats didn't need him anyway... For the Wolverines, Craig Dill scored the first eight points and finished as game…

…. Consistently Wolverine defend- ers fell behind their men and had to foul to keep them from scoring. At the half, Michigan had 14 fouls while Nortwestern had committed only nine. Both Wolverine ball handlers…

…. Jumping like a trampolinist, he consistently had position on the taller Wildcat front-liners and more than once went up for second and third tips. Desperately hoping to escape the cellar, the Wolverines

… State skat- ers blasted the Wolverine icers last night 5-1, you can't refer to the Spartans as the 'defending NCAA champs.' They looked more like thej NCAA champions of '66-'67. "We just jelled," a…

March 12, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 135) • Page Image 8

… & DELIVERY Iowa Victory Caps Four Game Streak; Wolverines End With 11-13 Record N EJAC TV. RENTALS 662-5671 By JOEL BLOCK Wolverine Coach Dave Strack should be doing razor blade com- mercials - he's the…

… pretty fes- tive mood at first," Strack remem- bered of the crowd, "but they be- gan to get a little apprehensive when we took our big lead." The Wolverines held a 16 point advantage at one point during…

… harmlessly off the back rim. "I don't think the basket would have counted even if the ball had gone in," Strack said, "but it sure caught my breath." The Wolverines were high Sat- VOTE DAMM CON-CON After o…

…, aver- aged 7.7 points a game this year. He replaces senior Jim Pitts asj captain of a Wolverine team which finished the season tied for sixth in the Big Ten race with a 11-13 overall record. Maxey should…

September 12, 1961 • Page Image 43

… for the Wol- verines. He accomplished a rarely seen feat by capturing four Big Ten titles. Wolverines on sidehorse last sea- son. Ralph Bromund was eighth in the Big Ten meet last year on still rings…

… as a sophomore. Mark Erenburg won many dual meet first for the Wolverines on the trampoline as well as gaining points for his Big Ten finish in that event. Bg Ten fre xer n other of Mieian's C ( ut…

… starting lineup." Asked if MSU might be consid- ered the pre-season favorites for the Big Ten championship, the Wolverine coach stated, "Well, they've been favored before, and have lost, badly. Theres a lot…

… bids. The Wolverines were going for an undefeated season last year when the Spartans came up for the second year in a row to snap the Michigan streak, 16-4. It was the only dual meet of the sea- son that…

May 12, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG MSUDims M' Title Hopes wolverine Trackmen Triumph In Triangular Track Warmup (Continued from Page 1) v The Wolverines received an in- surance run in the ninth stanza…

… into the fence, while Miller raced to second. Likewise, Jay Bach reached first on a field- ing error by' captain Joe Jones. The Wolverines were saved on 'a strike out by Mal Chiljean. Down the Tubes. If…

… BB SO Fisher (W) 9 2 0 4 7 5 D. Miller (L) 9 4 1 8 1 3 PB'-Azar. .capable by striking out seven of the first eleven Wolverines he faced. The Spartans, meanwhile, scored in the first inning on a single…

… sebond leg, gave the Wolverines -a 10-yard lead over the Chicagoans and en- abled the team to time 3:19.5. everything else went pretty well for Michigan yesterday, although both Canham and Phil Diamond…

…- terday afternoon, but it was still the gloomiest day for Michigan's tennis team in five , years, as it went down to defeat to North- western, .7-2. - -The. loss was the second straight for the Wolverines

… without a loss. The lone Michigan triumphs came in fourth singles and second doubles. Wolverine number fourI singles man Brian Flood remained unbeaten in conference play, eas- ily defeating .Tig Templeton…

… Captain Harry Fauquier and Hal Lowe edged Wildcats Ken Paulson and Jim Erickson, 6-4 and 7-5. The Wolverines grabbed .a 3-0 lead in the first contest and coast- ed to the win'before coming back from a- 3…

November 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

… Brothers lini 23, the Wolverines upped the count to 14-0 at 8:29 of the sec- ond quarter. This time Raeder took it over from the seven to cap a 60-yd. march, but the touchdown should have gone to McRae, who…

… was bumped out of an apparent; 38- yd. scoring jaunt by Raimey at the Illinois 10. The fleet senior, who led the Wolverine ground assault with 118 yds. in ten carries, turned right end, cut back past…

… flipped to Mans for the score. Score on 'M' Fumble Illinois picked up its lone touch- down early in the fourth quarter after hopping on a Michigan fum- ble at the Wolverine 20. Six plays later fullback…

… the five. Raimey returned the kickoff 38 yds. and came within one block of going all the way, but it' didn't matter. Raeder got a first down on a third down draw play to the Wolverine 48, and then Mc…

… squad's impressive win. "I was glad to win . . . it doesn't feel any different beating Pete than any one else. He's had a lot of tough luck this season., The Wolverines couldn't be ac- cused of running up…

November 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… Raeder paced the Wolverines to a 38-6 rout over Illinois, be- fore 40,179 Dad's Day fans here yesterday. Raimey touched off the rout early in the first quarter by returning an Illinois punt 54 yds. to…

… paydirt the first time the Wolverines touched the ball. Raeder punched over from the Illinois seven midway in --Daily-James Keson STANDING ROOM ONLY-The Diag Peace Assembly yesterday drew this crowd of…

… pene- trate Michigan territory and one of them came on a fourth quarter fumble that led to their only score. The deepest Illinois was able to move in the first half was to the Wolverine 42, but that…

… on the Wolverine 46, faked to his left, cut back to his right, and romped down the sidelines behind vicious blocking to score prac- tically untouched. The time was 1:50. , Stymied on their second drive…

January 12, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… Bieber. Only two Wolverines were trying to check them but they got the puck into the goal only after Bieber kicked out several shots. John McGonigal made the game close for a few seconds when he got the…

… team plays here tonight is more unequal than most. In fact, it's the most important one yet for the Wolverines, and could well indicate how the remainder of the season will unfold. Best Foe Yet Sure, the…

May 12, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

… in Michigan's thrilling 5-4 Big Ten victory over Indiana yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. The Wolverines will try to make it three straight weekend sweeps this afternoon at 1:30 as Dave Roebuck (6…

… was a squeaker all the way, with Fisher on the ropes .several times. Both teams scored a run in the fourth, the Wolverines got three in the sixth, and the Hoos- iers followed with three in the seventh…

… when they go against the Wol- verines here in Ann Arbor, at 1:30 p.m. The red-hot Wolverine net- men will travel to Wisconsin next week in preparation for the West- ern Conference Meet in Minneap- olis…

…. Ohio State downed Purdue early in the season, 6-3, but then drop- ped a lopsided contest to Indiana, 6-3. Ci By JERRY KALISH The Wolverines didn't make it to the Rose Bowl last season, but they…

… University of Michigan before shooting for all the marbles next Thursday and Friday in the Big Ten Golf Championship at Cham- paign. Ohio State, Purdue and Michi- gan State will be guests of the Wolverines

… dual for medalist honors. The pair met two weeks ago in a quadrangular meet hleld at Champaign in which the Wolverines finished third behind victors Purdue and runnerup Ohio State. Weiskopf then turned…

…- ished eleventh in the conference meet. On Monday, the Wolverines will play their last non-conference match against the University of Detroit over the Oakland Hills Golf Course. In last week's tri- angular…

January 12, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

… to beat the stuffing out of an upstart Wolverine swim squad. But they won over Michigan by only a 136-120 margin. Michigan State was third, scoring 89, follow- ed by Wisconsin with 73, Ohio State 66…

… have been much, much closer." Indiana was still impressive as they captured first in seven of the twelve relays. But so was Michigan. Wolverine relay teams set two meet records in four of their vic…

…. The match marked the first of two important showdowns with teams that finished ahead of the Wolverines in the recent Midlands tournament. Next week the Wol- verines tangle with powerful Iowa in Iowa…

… City. However brilliant the other Wolverines were in their victories, Jesse Rawls, grinning ear to ear, captured the hearts of the fans with his tie under extremely dif- ficult circumstances. Rawls, who…

…-7 dead- lock and left the mat amid a standing ovation. Michigan's lightweights as usual, got the Wolverines off on the right foot with superior perform- ances. Tim Cech started the ball- roll- ing in the…

February 12, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

… has become traditionally the key meet of the Big Ten season. For the past three seasons the Wolverines have fallen in defeat° at the hands of the Hoosiers. In- . diana has also strung together: 47…

… expect a walkaway. With Ise) out Wolverine gof there they aren't neap ly as oermin egrapplers face the formidable. But, they all like to one team in the conference which knock you off." can threaten their…

…~e Curths at 147. He possesses a 6-3 record this season, and is anm- other of the wrestling wounded. Dick Conway, a heavyweight brusier, takes on the Wolverines' unbeaten Bob Spaly. Finishing third behind…

….5 points a game. oh, N on the Wolverines, the players may soon become somewhat dis- couraged from shooting by the presence of a modern, day giant in the key who guards the Mich- igan basket. They become…

… ketball game have been sold. Wolverines in his sophomore year. Tickets for the Michigan-Indi- His first big battle came when he ana swimming meet tomorrow locked horns with Paul Silas of will be on sale at…

… team takes on Michigan State tonight at the sports building with first place in the Big Ten at stake for the Wolverines. The Spartans, led by defending Big Ten all-around champ, Jim Curzi, have lost only…

January 12, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… of the best wrestlers I've ever competed against." Competition To Come Despite his four victories in as many dual meets this winter, the Wolverine star is conscious that "the real competition is yet to…

… unfamiliar with the sport a chance to "get acquainted" with the various events. CMU Is Improving Loken does not expect Central Michigan to be a great threat to the Wolverines, but predicts that "they are…

… 15 years. The -neet last year was held in Ann Arbor; this year's meet was at Champaign. LaRose Takes Two Firsts Gil LaRose performed well for the Wolverines last week, winning high bar and still rings…

…, and taking second on the parallel bars. Captain Tom Osterland easily won trampoline and sophomore Arno Lascari was victorious on the parallel bars for the Wolverines. Illinois put in a strong perform…

… Coach Fred Taylor will show mercy and use his reserves some. Someone said that maybe it was a good thing that Woody Hayes doesn't coach the basketball team too, and it seemed like a good point. Wolverine

… Coach Dave Strack says that Bump Elliott wants him to score 50 points. It may be an optimistic goal. Possible Upset? It's not that the Wolverines are underdogs in this Saturday's game, but if they won, it…

February 12, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 112) • Page Image 7

…-84. deficit with just 1:14 remaining in the game., Senior forward Dennis Stewart led the final Wolverine surge as* he hit the two M' cagers burn Illini, 92-8 Page Seven buckets that gave Michigan the…

… lead. Ste- wart pumped in a jumper from the corner at the 1:04 mark to cut the margin to one and just 10 ,seconds later hit a short follow shot to give the Wolverines a one point edge. Stewart's follow…

… his own shot and the Wolverines went into a freeze. Rudy Tomjanovich was finally fouled with nine seconds left and {# hit the one shot that proved to{ be the eventual winner. The whole tempo of the game…

… strong showing by the field, with much of the accuracy other Wolverine on the front line, being provided by Jackson who Tomjanovich. While the other two hit nine out of ten attempts. The were hitting the…

… Chuck Nagle each Whitmore led the losers with 17 pulled down ten rebounds for Wis- points. -Daily-Andy Sacks I ois' Randy Crews on a Wolverine n of the fast break was an im- ctory over the Illini…

January 12, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

…-s Illinois had a better shooting per- following last week's loss to St. centage, hitting 46 per cent of John's. their shots to 40 per cent for The Wolverines, after a slaw Michigan. The Illini got away few…

…- start, took an 18-17 lead on a er shots, naturally. layup by Captain Larry Tregoning, The rebounding advantage gavel and were never headed, even the Wolverines several shots at though the Fighting Illini…

… Bun- Coliseum. Duluth is coming off a tin combined to toss in the last double loss to Michigan Tech, 5-4 nine points for the Wolverine vic- and 4-2, but Renfrew points out tory. that they beat league…

…: Wolverines Climb in AP Poll By The Associated Press St. Joseph's, Pa., held fourth. Richmond and NYU. San Fri Unranked Illinois continued to The Hawks downed Lehigh and cisco fell one notch to ninth hold the…

… places. The Blue Devils w Bruins. for fifth followed by Providence upset by North Carolina 65-62 The Wolverines downed Illinois with 198 and St. John's, N.Y., 167. their second loss against ei 89…

… the Mich- igan hockey team, the Wolverines lost two straight for the first time in two seasons over this past weekend. The visiting Sioux from North Dakota snapped Michigan's four game winning streak…

… a single goal for 53 minutes. With Tom Polonic off on a five-minute high-sticking penalty, the Wolverines held for four minutes, but two goals with- UCLA Names Prothro Coach CORVALLIS, Ore. (P…

March 12, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

…L".LCinige.New York ock Scores 2 Goals for Wolverines;oW-erine C ers Dro S o& ,c'esW lern G g r rpDetroit 4,~Minnesota 1 WES W-Bruce. L-Giel. ^"'"St. Louis 6, New York 1 x- Losee Shines as Goalie with 49 SavesWd Season…

… Michigan last night as After Indiana Jumped to its early Wsturdivant. Kansityh 5 Toronto a 3-3 tie here last play, but less than a minute later ,passed through a maze of sticks A.............the Wolverines

… IT THE £RLAZUI } from a coach's com- picked off an errant Wolverine faded, powerful fast break attack which o, for 15 innarsctt pass. After the game Michigan Coach r ak k h ed for 15 in a row. Scott…

Wolverines ere cold from " that he actually fumbled with the a far better one than last night's." ... losing effort year career with a flourish, setting the fiel, ht onl .30 w.224ri puck for a few seconds…

… the floor wasn't too Wolverines were able ines kept right on fighting, and John Tidwell led Michigan with much better than Michigan's, but he gap to 4-3 at the t eir hard work paid off athehe 19 points…

… senior cap- ines. 7 mark of the second Pendlebury and bounce right' back MIWAUKEE-Buried amid a breaking performance in the B g tam surprised the partisan crowd Wolverines' Tom Wil- on his stick individa…

Wolverine score and Brown 1 0-0 5 2 rinsing), every trace of dandruff,, grime, gummy a binarto gve the Woveri0es-teir 0otonickegoesnirightfdown. thetsdrain!eWYourrhaircolooks G Larnne and especially in the…

January 12, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… LEE, Vanderbilt's great 6'9" center, battles with former Wolverine All-American Bill Buntin under the boards in last year's Michigan-Vanderbilt contest. Lee has sparked the Com- modores to a third…

… the AP's Top Ten, following the wake of the Wolverines and the Goph- ers. Wisconsin shocked Iowa last Saturday with ball control tactics and a str'ingent defense on Hawk- eye George Peeples to send them…

… concerned with what will happen next Saturday in Matt Mann Pool. That's when the Hoosiers will come up from Indiana to try for revenge against the Wolverine tankers who snapped a 47-meet winning streak with a…

… Hoosiers won six of 11 first places, a foreboding fact fac- ing the Wolverines. But neither were the Hoosiers' times up to par. And Michigan State's best swim- mers took two firsts and a few points away that…

… tentative lineup, event by event. He also attempted to determine possible winners. Giving Michigan the benefit of the doubt in a few races, the score comes out with the Wolverines on top by an even larger…

December 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 70) • Page Image 7

… yesterday. It was the Wolverines second consecutive win of the season and climaxed their eastern trip. M' Starts Fast Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines struck early and hard, with Rhodes opening the action with a…

… line for the Wolverines e was Fritz Kellerman, who deci- sioned Farrar of Navy, 5-2. Following Kellerman's dec'sion, the Middies staged a comeback bid as McGrath and Meinig post- CAPT. DON CORRIERE ed…

May 12, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

… an 8-1 victory over Michigan State. The win gives the Wolverines a 5-1 dual meet record. Their lone loss was to Northwestern, which also stands at 5-1. Indiana, Michi- gan's next opponent, leads the…

…-3. Brian Flood won a tight match for the Wolverines, 6-4, 7-5, and all three doubles matches were close. Close Matches Hedrick and Jerry Stewart beat Shelton and Chuck Wolff, 2-6, 9-7, 6-3; John Fraser and…

January 12, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 81) • Page Image 6

… team takes on the fourth - ranked squad Monday when Cliff Keen's Wolverines take on the Panthers of Pitts- burgh. The last issue of Amateur Wres- tling News rates only Oklahoma State and Oklahoma ahead…

…," a few weeks ago in which Michigan finished second. Mici- Igan, however, had only fourmen competing, as compared to more than twenty for Pittsburgh, Three Champs The Wolverines had three in- dividual…

… point behind Denver's Jerry Walker, who has 14 goals and. seven assists for a total of 21 points. Babcock Third Third in the scoring race is another member of the Wolverine first line, Larry Babcock, who…

… this year, the Wolverines have scored 43 goals, an average of 4.3 a game, while Minnesota has scored 25 goals in four games, an average of 6.3 a game. However, the Gopher defense has not been as tight as…

… Michigan's, having al- lowed 16 goals, an average of four per game, as compared to the 36 allowed by the Wolverines, a 3.6 average. Michigan's alternating goalies Dave Butts and Jim Coyle, are third and…

January 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

… Michigan State Saturday night. The Wolverines executed, better than Perigo had ever dreamed, a slow offensive pattern of play learned only the day before. In large part it was a desperation move. After 10…

… offense. "The chances are we'll stick with this the rest of the year, if it's as effective as it was tonight," said Perigo. What seemed most encouraging was the quick adaptation the, Wolverines made to a…

… started we' knew that Indiana was going to be tough," Wolverine Coach Gus Stager stated after the Relays, "but now we realize how good' they really are and what we are' going to have to do to beat them…

… Pete Sintz," Stager ad- mitted. "Everything now points for our dual meet with Indiana here on Feb. 20," the Wolverine coach added enthusiastically. "Despite the performance of In- diana I was greatly…

May 12, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…- ciation draft yesterday, and Oliver! Darden, last year's Wolverine cap- tain, was chosen by the Detroit Pistons in the third round of the draft. . The Pistons, who had lost the first pick to New York on the…

…- urday, Michigan finished third' with a 1523 total. and State 11ol- lowed in fourth place at 1533. The Wolverines will be led to- day by Captain Bill Newton, the medalist in the Big Ten tourna- ment last…

… this weekend when they face Ohio State and Wiscon- sin in a double dual meet in Madison The Wolverines, the defending conference champions, are cur- rently in firm possession of first place on the bases…

… of matches won in dual meet competition. The Buckeyes and the Badgers are both below the .500 mark in the conference and should not present a very strong challenge to the Wolverine netters. Roche Wmis…

March 12, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 136) • Page Image 7

…-For sixteen ter- rible seconds it looked like the end of the line for Michigan's frus- trated Wolverines - the elusive NCAA crown would be out of their grasp before they really got close to it. But Cazzie…

… Russell, given a sec- ond chance; by the soft, heaven- sent tweet of a referee's whistle, *sunk two 'cool free throws with 11 seconds showing on the clock to give the desperate Wolverines a 80-79 triumph…

March 12, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 122) • Page Image 6

…. their first practice session after dominating the Big Ten gym meet Saturday at East Lansing. It wasn't that the Wolverines mere- ly won the meet-and their third straight conference crown with it -but they…

… did it by the most lop- sided score ever. A few statistics can show exact- ly how much the Wolverines ran away with things at Jenison Field- house. No team is allowed to qual- ify more than three men in…

February 12, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

… younger brother and Wolverine teammate Mike followed closely- in fact, very closely. "We were both on the s am e team in high school for two years," explained Steve. "And we each took a third and a second…

… great and so has Bar- nett," the powerful forward said yesterday. a if RUBIN'S DIFFERENCES with the Coach. became a "personal thing," and he wrote Wolverine Coach Cliff Keene in April of his freshman…

… tendencies." wrestle for the Wolverines again Although he did not skate dur- tV i k, 'N s . Do' YOU think' a bright young engineer Lars Hansen 0 should spend hid most imaginative years on the same…

May 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

… drives to defeat Hotchhiss and Plagenhoff. Fulton again impressed with his sliding saves and strong play as the Spar- tan combo was beaten 6-3, 7-9, 6-4. Easily Disposed of The Wolverines' number three…

… Nicklaus of Ohio State (right) congratulates Michigan's Joe Brisson after the Wolverine golfer upset him in last weekend's M-OSU meet, Brisson's victory makes him a serious challenger for'Conference honors…

… at Michigan State next week. IBrisson 'M' Titlist Hope By OTTO PENZLER Les Bird, Michigan's outstand- ing broad jumper, is one of the many Wolverine thinclads looking forward to the Big Ten meet next…

July 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

… Stager, Wolverine, Detroit and Olympic coach, called the latter time "very spectacular." Stager also commented on the 200 meter race. "It was a good race," he said, "and Ron went away from him at the end…

…, was only fourth in the 100 butterfly on Sunday. Tony Tashnick, gradu- ated Wolverine swim captain, New Trier, Ill., high school stand- finished ahead of him as did a out, Fred Schmidt. Schmidt won the…

May 12, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

… The Wolverines, w Big Ten baseball acti will seek to get ba track this weekends and Minnesota in a p doubleheaders on Fer After being rained Illinois and Purduec Michigan rests in thir a 5-3 record…

… average. The Wolverines' Andy Fischer leads the league in batting with a .476 average. Other leaders in- clude Ed Chartraw of Wisconsin, .471, Jim Lee of Indiana, .455, and Dennis 7acho of Minnesota with a…

March 12, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…'s 83-76 loss yesterday. Craig Dill (4) and Bankey played their final game in a Wolverine uniform. Sunday, March 12 7:00 P.M. "P. T. FORSYTH ON THE GREATNESS OF CHRIST" a series on Conversations in…

… sophomore spurt of eight points in 54 seconds, led by Bob Sullivan and Ken Maxey, shot the Wolverines back into contention 82-75 with 22 sec- onds left. Hawkeye hack Huston Breed-1 love elbowed Dill in fierce…

May 12, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

… compete on the same track with the great Wolverines. And even more interestingly, they deny that they will slam the discus. In fact, they are conceding the event to Michigan. "That's nice," commented as…

… Dave Martin and Western's John Bork and Dick Pond. And despite Canham's pessim- ism, the Wolverines go into the meet as the favorites. Of course that's allhdependent upon what will happen in the discus…

November 12, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 65) • Page Image 2

….m. Professional Theatre Program Per- formance-APA Company in "You Can't i DIXIELAND "The New Wolverine Jass Band" OLD HEIDELBERG TON IGHT Take It With You": tydia Mendels- sohn Theatre, 8 pm. International Center…

March 12, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

… Washington Square area. *4 !M -- mr 7 s TWO 'IVI' 4 By BOB McFARLAND Registration for candidacy for the Special To The Daily DETROIT - Wolverine George Canamare, captain of the Mich- igan cindermen…

… other Wolverine to qualify for today's action was Carl Ward, who managed to grab a position in the 60-yard dash semifinals. The Michigan speed- ster will have a rough go though, if he is to earn team…

… points for the Wolverines in the event. Included in the 60-yard dash field are Charlie Green of Ne- braska and Sam Perry of Ford- ham, co-holders of the world rec- ord with times of :05.9, and Craig…

January 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

… offense to pocket a well earned 77-72 Big Ten basketball victory last night in Yost Fieldhouse. The Wolverines, hardly resembling the ragged outfit that was crushed Saturday, 89-58, by Michigan State, were…

… further Wolverine heroics. The win was Indiana's first in four Conference attempts. Michigan::e is still shutout in the victory column after two tries, Michigan junked its traditional fast-break offensive…

… in an effort' to work for the best possible shots as well as to slow down the Hoosiers who entered the game with an 80-point average, Thie Wolverines accomplished their primary goal. They put on their…

September 12, 1961 • Page Image 47

… campus some of the world's outstanding artists. Last season was no exception as the program included the Budapest String Quartet. t WE LCOMIE FRESHMEN MICHIGAN'S Wolverines - Michigan's famous Marching…

March 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

…-touted two-mile relay team, made up of Ergas Leps, Earl Deardorff, Tony Seth and Dave Martin, finished second against a tough field at the Chicago Relays last night. Wolverine Mile, Two-Mile Relay Teams Finish…

May 12, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

… attempt to in- State' employes, who haver signed by then will have their s aries withheld, and persons, fusing to sign will be obliged resign., not sal- re- .to Wolverines' Title Hoes Hurt by Split with…

… championship baseball team by defeating them 3-1 in the second game of a doubleheader here yesterday. The Wolverines did win the first game 4-2, but were unable to combat the misfortunes which abounded. in the…

November 12, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

… for the heavily-favored Wolverines would give them a 5-3 record with only Ohio State left on the schedule. The Hoosiers (1-6), who have upset Michigan in each of the last two years, have beaten only…

… and quarterback Don Hannah. Two InJuries Physically the Wolverines are in somewhat lessthan perfect shape. The problem rests at right half- back where starter Dave Raimey and Ed Hood have been declared…

April 12, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

… Invitational Tournament in Columbus yesterday in fourteenth place in a 15 team field. The Wolverine golfers finished the round with a five man total of 417. Michigan State and Purdue' were tied for the lead at…

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