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May 14, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

….to thirdadFahr FIRST OF SERIES ohed o Ranb. I1)0th mit toletfo Wolverines Bunch Hits on the ~~Olsn. tweno itiwrthstttttedotIl Methodists, Captain Sullivan ter, sand Olson scored.Snowoos tt Steals Two Bases and…

May 14, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… Contest Is Lost by -- l'""1'~~Pi Wolverines; Score Is Clb1i011 begilen a te It 'l~all tn- 5 to 4.oclock. 111e lanlut tthisya wilh of the forestr01 epatment ,e0' COTTRELL AND SMITH BATTLE _Michiganillt…

May 14, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… week's trip )ugh the east. Cornell's baseball s will furnish the opposition for Wolverines, and the game will be ;ed on the Ferry field diamond at 5 o'clock this afternoon. he Varsity will go into the…

May 14, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…, as de- cided officially at the last class meet- ing. All men intending to stay for sum- mer school, who wish to try for places on either the business or news stiff of the Wolverine, meet at 1:00 o…

May 14, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Hits Regan Hard, Securing 11 Safeties, While Quaintance Is Holding Ithacans Safe All the Way NAVIN WATCHES WOLVERINE TRIUMPH OVER ITHACA NINE Sisler Plays in Left Field and Makes Sensational Diving…

… Catch off Keating Fast fielding and effective pitching held Cornell at bay yesterday,while the Wolverines regained their hitting stride, and won a 3 to 0 victory from the visitors for the eleventh…

… a rest tomorrow. * The Wolverines will enter Ferry * field Saturday, 'ully as weak in the * field events as they were when Cornell * trounced them two weeks ago. The *. strength of the Methodists in…

May 14, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

… against the Cornell nine when e Wolverines and the Ithacans stack against each other at 3:30 o'clock morrow afternoon. The Red team taking no chances, and Regan looks :e the man to work for the visitors…

…, pointing itself for the Michigan match, and the Ohio university should put up a stiff front to the Wolverines. Pittsburg has played five intercol- legiate matches so far this season, meeting Penn State…

May 14, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… several positions to be made at Hoppe Studio. 619 E. Lib- filled on the business staff of THE erty. WOLVERINE for this summer. .Try-- outs are now in order. Ferris 11. When you break a window glass, Fitch…

… OF ST. JOHNS MEET FOR YPSI-WOLVERINE BANQUET Former students from St. Johns high school, who are now attending the uni- versity, will meet with their former classmates who are now attending the normal…

May 14, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… afternoon. The Michigan coach believes that the Aggies have improved materially since the first game between the two teams when the Wolverines won 12 to 2 in a slug- ging match. Lundgren will take no chances…

… enabled the city to take a combination fresh- * and scrub team into camp yes- ay afternoon in the first game ed by the Wolverines since last .nesday. he Wolverines showed the effects heir long lay off and…

May 14, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

… honors one could re- ceive and has been a goal much striv- en for. This is the first year the me- dal has been given at Michigan since the Wolverines returned to the Con- ference and the announcement of…

…, who also had a "B" aver- age in his work would be likely can- didates for the honor. DUAL MEET WITH NOTRE DAME NEXT ON WOLVERINE SCHEDULE With Notre Dame slated as the next opponent, Coach Farrell had…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…, CONTEST WITH MAROONS This afternoon at 1:16 o'clock (2:16 Ann Arbor time) Manager Parsons and 21 members of the Wolverine track squad will leave for Chicago to meet the Maroons in a dual meet tomor row…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

….,,, .,. ... ,...,..,, .,, ...... INISTERS MICHIGAN IMGIgEABON'S FIRST DEFEAT; WOLE INE IlTRACK Today---- Mother AND CINDER MEN OVERWHELMED IN 91-44 DEFEAT BY SUCKERS ' RUIN HOFFMAN BREAKS FIELD HOPES RECORD WITH JAVELIN Wolverines

… it will lverine chances for it forces them on eir remaining games rivals, Illinois and set in some of their ce Goes in Wolverine pitching lab opposed to Cap- e Scarlet and Grey not up to his usual the…

Wolverines to five LL ARRIVES W FRu REVIEW O (By Harry C. Clark) One of the most noteworthy, daring, and successful attempts perhaps in the field of college dramatics' was made by the Mimes theater in off er…

… golf match between the two schools by a 15-3 score. Poor putting by Winters, who later in th day made low score of 72 gave th first round to Purdue. All the othe: Wolverines -completely outplayed them…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

… the he Wolverines' success on 'our victories on this trip l ally assure Michigan of nship, although the Badg-+ en playing spirited ball of they continue this pace in ing Games the title may be - 29…

May 14, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

… playing fast ball in their 'ini the Amencrican LIeagi Ellven. to beat but the Wolverines are ushi to overhaul the- leaders. magnEhe\ol' stedy nd he ma tae te irs tw ISunday's contest was a tough one l cocn…

… Saturday may eliminate them from' ca~ampus tournament that are not in the 1 the race. ntranmural office' by tonight will be i The Wolverine nine played fine ball lropped.! in)bth games on' the trip but air…

May 14, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… and Illinois first met in baseball in 1893 and since that time the two schools have engaged in 53. contests, the Wolverines winning 36 of the games and losing 16, the othera game resulting in a tie'1…

… Between the years 1907 and 1917,) the Wolverines did not compete in Conference athletics, but from 1918 to 1920 the Maize and Blue team under Carl Lundgren were successful in winning five out of six times…

May 14, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… CENTS . r WOLVERINES RESUME TRACK RIVALRY WITH Alumnius Will Talk1 At Today's Banquet "UI '' BAD WEATHER CAUSES' FLOOD WATERS SHIFT' FURTHER POSTPONINGATTACK AND MENACE' OF AMERICAN FLIOHT…

… noon. by margins of four and seven points- respectively, seems imminent al- though the Wolverines will make a strong attempt to pile up a consider COULD015 MADE HEAD ably' largerscore than their 71…

May 14, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…PAGE six THE .MICHIGlAN DATL V a:atLU 171 'iLrl'3i4t 11tl LL'1-tl.a1 INS A - SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1927 BASEBALL TEAM TO PLAY CONFERENCE LEADERS TODAY WOLVERINES, ILUE ELEVEN WINS CHA PIONSHIPGRID…

… PITCH AGAIN LOUsynsl May 14-America's ~foremost turf classic, the annual Ken- By 'Clarence Edelsoni Mucy Derby,wilbruatCneil( When the tired and seventh place ukD1y 1)0 run at Churchill Wolverines meet…

… for Wolverine The downs itself is ready for the superiority were Crawford's three gong which announces that the horses hits, Rich's "brilliant catch of a hot are it post. Groundskeeners have beens liner…

… plant is a color- defeated by the greatly improved ful scene with its infield dotted with Wolverines, who gained a complete flower beds and shrubbery in full triumph behind the good pitching of bloom…

… that it is little short of impossible for any collegian to con- trol. Moreover, Michigan has hit him hard in the very early innings of both games in which he has hurled against Wi the Wolverines Opinions…

Wolverine hopes vanish. A hit at this opportune moment might have sent Stewart back to the showers as be- fore. Instead, he was granted the j corner on called strikes and the weak j hitting Wolverines

…- deavor to continue its unbroken string of victories at 2:00 o'clock this afternoon when the Indiana netmen invade Ferry field for the first home Conference match of the 1927 season. The Wolverines with a 6…

May 14, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

…~&ANork TO TRY COMEBACK TO PLAY GOLFERS WiFILD CATS Team Gains Victory Over Freshmel 1-2FRB~TEiME Former Wolverine Star Practices With Michigan Trackmen; Defeats Totan. GOPHERS LOOK SERIOUS DeHart Hubbard…

…- Field to Compete in Wisconsin and Compete in against' Coach Jack Blott's fresh- Carnival at Dyche Stadium Conference Meet. men, the, Wolverine Varsity finallyz on May 23 and 24. ND E O R O came through in…

May 14, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

… will prob- ably be beaten. Wisconsin and Illinois are both dangerously strong this year, an~d will give the Wolverine yearlings a battle. Wisconsin recently defeated the Ohio State yearlings by a count…

May 14, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 160) • Page Image 7

… Turner in ti he haf ile mP en who took part in the game, 1' Mike Diffley, catching for the Var- Vofe wili carry the Wolverines' sity, and Moody, playing. first for ,den in the mile, and Austin andI the…

May 14, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… -. - _________________________ OHIO STATE BEATS ICHIGAN NINE, 8-4 IN TENSESTRUGGLE Steady Pitching and Hitting of Wrigley, State Pitcher, Wins for Buckeyes. TO PLAY AGAIN TODAY Wolverines Tie Score in Last Half of Eighth Inning But…

… they had combinled two hits, one a fluke triple, with an' error and a wild pitch to even the count. It remained for Harley Mc- Neal, the Wolverine moundsman, to retire the Buckeyes in their half of the…

… the ninth. The Wolverines made a valiant effort to even the count again in the ninth. Manuel came through with a solid hit to left field, went to second on McNeal's infield out, and scored when pinch…

…- mediately under the care of the ship's surgeon. 'BI TENNIS TEAM BEATS ADRIAN, 9-0 Wolverines Show Superiority by Winning Most Matches, 6-0. (Special t oThe Daily) ADRIAN, Mich., May 13.-Michi- gan's 'B…

…' tennis team scored a slam over the Adrian Varsity here today, 9-0. The Wolverines won most of their matches With a 6-0 score, so complete was their superiority. SUMMARIES Singles: Nifen (M) defeated Den…

May 14, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… CO0LUMFIUS OVAL Buckeyes Ares Due 'for 1H1rd.1DRy as Hy'sMnNc..r ColumbIR)PS. VLNWIC N 10,22 Ohio Has Gr.-'c-r Team Power But Wolverine Stars May Win Meet With Firsts. My.ki_, a n (CICO U a ters the…

… Colby Ryant, call im r Ryean characterized Fred Perry is illam Shoty"Ca~tlo, :f rP ,)sed byT "Lefty' McKa~y, w'ith ofsahe Wolverines, in the feature an game, and is one of the favorites eheWitr Tm i…

… Stnell will team together against Captain Hioffer and Korb. With Ohio State classed as one of the finest, teams in the confer- onee, the success of the Wolverines this afternoon will enable Coach Johnstone…

May 14, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

Wolverine Squad In A Decisive Win A strong Northwestern golf team toppled the supposedly invinciblc though depleted Michigan squad, 15' to 8%, over the soggy and water- soaked fairways of the Kildeer Coun…

Wolverine team whicl had trampled Illinois Saturday, 18-6 It was the first defeat Michigan ha, suffered in the last three years o1 dual competition. Woody Malloy and Dana Seeley de- feated Brown and Gookin, 2…

… points to Brown, Markhanr three to Flynn, and David three tc Graham before the Wolverines rallies to preserve their dignity as defending Big Ten Champions when Al Saunders took all three points from Gookin…

… of the Wildcats, and Dana Seeley man- aged to eke out a half a point from Saielli of Northwastern. Medal cards for the Wolverines ir, their second round of the day were: Malloy 75, Saunders 77, Markham…

May 14, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

…AFTERG6 WH ITNEY _O_-N- BETTE DAVIS1 "DANGEROUS" - - - -and - - - JACK HOLT "DANGEROUS WATERS" ~II*1NEWS - CARTOON Loans Up to $300 --- 30 Months to Repay! Second Floor Room 208 WOLVERINE BLDG. (formerly…

May 14, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

… Miller in the quarter has convinced the Wolverine coach that he has a coming star in the newly discovered Petoskey sopho- more and with Mason out, Hoyt plans to run Miller in 'the quarter, then bring him…

…. Frank Aikens and Fred Stiles, while Bob Osgood will be re- served for his tangle with Dan Caldemeyer in the hurdles. Birleson After Revenge Stan Birleson, star Wolverine 440 man, will be gunning for…

… pitched and won break the Wolverines as far as their his first Big Ten start against Ohio through. hopes for a championship are con- State last Saturday, he confirmed the j cerned. fact that he is a pretty…

… the Conference crown. outfielder on the Northern nine, On the other hand if the Wolverines Fishman was instrumental in bring- could win both tilts they, and not ing his team two league titles. the…

… cage squad de- anhe winter Olympic games in Ger- spite his short and stocky build The Wolverines were rained out which makes him look like anything fTheWslheduedspwererainedTus-but a basketball player…

May 14, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… damper on the Hoo- sier attack, allowing only three hits over the rest of the route and striking out five. The Wolverines enjoyed a brief lead by picking up a run in the first. Walt Peckinpaugh reached…

May 14, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

Wolverines, will leave this afternoon took on the freshman second team for Urbana, Ill., there to indulge in several years ago, serves to give some idea of why Illinois is preparing to their last dual meet…

…,I comes from the Wolverine camp as Fred Stiles, Stan Birleson, Chuck Mil- -Coach Charlie Hoyt, for one of the ler, Harvey Clarke, Ben Starr, How- few times in his long career of turn- ard Davidson, Harold…

May 14, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 160) • Page Image 16

… to be offered there will be in general surveying work, computing and plotting. f ,1 I iy e wimmning, Track Squads lay title. The Wolverines walked away Have Both Won Bigr Tin with 10 out of 11…

… Arbr It's More Economical Ledrby Co-Captains Jack Kasley and Frank Barnard, the Wolverines swept everything before them in the dual meet season, winning impressive' victories over Michigan State…

May 14, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS __ _ . Western State Teachers Stop Varsity Nine n 4-3_Victory Michigan's Tennis Squad To Face Notre Dame,, Western, Kalamazoo In Out Of Town Series Wolverine Errors Give Broncos…

… errors during a pitch- er's battle with the result that Mich- igan dropped a 4-3 decision to West- ern State. The Wolverines made six errors in all, two of which accounted for three of the Broncos' runs…

… Overmire was the winning pitcher, making it his sec- ond victory fver the Wolverines this year, having beaten them 2-0 in'Ann Arbor earlier in thq season. Jim Anderson started for the Teachers but was lifted…

… days. First stopping place for Coach Le- roy Weir's seven-man traveling squad will be South Bend, Indiana, where the Wolverine netters will face a strong Notre Dame team today. To- morrow they move to…

May 14, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDlAY, MAY- 14;- 191 THU MICHIGAN BDA ILY A£ .. ,, rAU V Western State Defeats Nine, In 4-3 Battle Six Errors And Overmire's Pitching Result In Loss For Wolverine Team (Continued on Page 2…

…) coach, decided that Anderson had enough and sent in Overmire, who caused Sofiak to ground out short to first, ending the inning and leav- ing three Wolverines on base. In the Broncos' half of the fourth…

… to center. Sofiak dove for the ball and made a sensational catch that brought the three thou- sand fans witnessing the game to their feet with loud applause for the Wolverine shortstop. Nelson Misses…

… emphasized that he was convinced the Wolverine spikemen cculd and would shatter Indiana'sI slight paper advantage by virtue of traditional Maize and Blue in- spiration and an emotional surge of determination…

… tennis where Acacia de- feated Delta Upsilon, 2-1. By BOB STAHL A powerful band of Wolverine trackmen will set out for Minneapolisj at 8 a.m. tomorrow in search of its fifth consecutive Western Confer…

… form the number one doubles combination which will do battle with the Wolverine all-star duo of Tobin and Hammett. Rounding out the Notre tame ag- gregation are Olen Parks and George Bittner, two…

… doubles. Yesterday's clear weather gave the Wolverine racqueteers their first chance in more than a week to practice outside, and everyone took a lengthy workout. Last week's matches with Purdue…

May 14, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… successful sea- son of their history, the Wolverine netmen yesterday entrained for Col- umbus. Ohio, confident of winning their Big Ten title for the second straight year, Most of the teams Michigan faced this…

… four and Porter finished with the excel- lent total of 9-2. Two Wolverines will be defending BERLIN (from German broad- casts), May 13.-(P)--German and Rumanian troops have broken a 12-mile fortified…

May 14, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

… Twenty-four athletes carried the colors of Michigan to Evanston, Ill., today in quest of the Western Con- ference track championship. The Wolverines, indoor titlists, are slight favorites over Illinois…

… 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 By HARVEY FRANK EVANSTON, Ill., May 13.-May 13 was an unlucky day for Michigan's tennis team. The Wolverines only won four of their nine matches in the first round of Big Ten meet to…

… with four. Roger Lewis, seeded in the second division, and Roy Bradley, were the only Wolverine singles' winners. Lewis had an easy time conquering Ed Well, Purdue, 6-3, 8-6, using a strong serve and…

…, Minnesota, 4-6; 6-2, 6-4. With the score 4-all in the third set the next game went 11 deuces before the Wolverine duo crashed through to win that game and the next. This was in the top brackets. Michigan…

May 14, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

… - Wolverine Racqueteers Defeat Illinois, Tennis Team Ret Unblemished Big Record with Victc By DAVE LOEWENBE Mihigan's sensational ten rackedl u its thirdt and fou Wisconsin by 9-0 Scores gains Lavis fell…

… before the aggressive Lewis esores of 7-5, 6-3. The Illinois team Ten to the tune of '-0, 6-2. of Staakey and Riepma extended Dave Post, the Wolverines' number Johnson and Ford to three sets before orie…

…S six man, ended Michigan's scoring ac- I finally succumbing 8-6, 6-8 and 6-3. complishments for the afternoon with The second Wolverine duo of Fro- RG a pair of wins over Tom Brenner and lik and Lewis…

…, Don Grate, with two down in the first in- ning. Buckeye pitcher, Don Maxa, pitched on even terms with Hirsch for seven innings, giving up one unearned run in the fifth, and taming the Wolverine hitters…

… into almost complete submission. How- ever, in the eighth, Michigan fi- nally found the range to drive across four runs on five hits, three of them extra-base blows. First Run Is 'Unearned The Wolverines

May 14, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

… contributions. The remainder' of the cost is met by the University in edu- See FRESH AIR, Page 2 .Wolverine Sale Declared Illegal By State Court Unauthorized Transfer Of Restaurant Charged The state Supreme…

… Court yesterday upset a contract by which the Michi- gan Wolverine Students' Cooperative had sold its South State Street pro- perty to a local merchant. Officers of the Wolverine coopera- tion sued to set…

… organization. Nine To Play Irish Michigan's baseball team will resume action on home grounds today, opposing Notre Dame at 3:30 p.m. at Ferry Field, Both the Wolverines and the Irish have lost only one contest…

May 14, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…lrit MIOCPIN 7IYW Jv Notre Dame Defeats Michigan inksmen, 19-8 Wolverin Thinclads Tune For Illini Meet Away Saturday Hampered in its first two dual meets of the outdoor season by soggy tracks…

… the tape with the lead changing hands three times in the last lap. Ed Johnson of the Wolverines led the pack into the final quarter but was forced to relinguish his lead to Sty- ers on the back…

… Today Golfer's Road Jinx Continues; Kessler Tops Wolverine Card Elliott, Kessler Score L.one Wii in Doubles As Irish Competitor Hits Three Under Par Maize and Blue Seek Tenth Win; Wise Chosen as…

Wolverine mentor will also let Earl Block and Bliss Bowman do some of the hurling. Neither of the pitchers has seen any action since they each worked two innings last Wednesday against the University of…

… of contests from Michi- He played on the Irish squad that gan back in 1916. In one of the games Kline hit three home runs to pace his team as they overwhelmed the Wolverines by a 14-6 count. Benny…

… both Wolverine scores. Whitney colled off to a 75 in singles play but still took medalist honors with 143. Barclay had a 76 but bowed to Jim Besen- felder, 2-1. Road Jinx Hits Golfers Bill Ramsey…

…-158. The match was typical of Michi- gan's inability to win away from their home stamping grounds. It recalled the Wolverine snarl that produced a 24-3 swamping of Michigan State here and then died down to a…

May 14, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

… year for the Wildcats has moved up to the number two slot and will meet Wolverine Captain Bill Mikulich. "Mik" has changed places with teammate Fred Otto, whose sinus trouble has forced him to step down…

… championships, placing second. He will pose a threat for the Wolverine number six man, Don MacKay. The Wolverines, after battling NXc thwesten in Evanston will move to Lafayette, Ind. where they encounter the…

… Purdue Boil- ermakers tomorrow morning. They return to Ann Arbor to- morrow night. GETS EA RLY START: Wolverine Golf Captain Sports Long Win Streak BILL MIKULICH . . . . Michi- gan's number three netter…

…- Tomorrow and Saturday are, bigI days ,for the Wolverine baseball team, as they meet Illinois in a crucial two-game series here. Michigan needs to win both games from the powerful Illini to move into first…

… Conference and the Wolverines will have to go all out in the series to win. Mary Rotblatt, who has not lost a Conference game since Michigan beat him two years ago, is the Illini ace in the hole. If this were…

… not enough, Illinois coach Wally Roettger boasts two fine pitchers in the person of Stan Feldman and Jim Kilbane. Rotblatt on Mound Rotblatt will probably pitch to- Bob Chappuis, Wolverine rightfielder…

… first game. 18 Man Squad Wolverine coach Ray Fisher named an 18-man squad to make the trek here in an attempt to bring Michigan its first diamond crown in four years. Five pitchers were selected. They are…

May 14, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… Mor- .41 broke out of a prolonged batting slump yesterday, with a double and a single to pace the Michigan Wolverines to an 8-( triumph over the Ohio State Buckeyes. The lanky outfielder blasted his two…

…-bagger in the eighth inning to drive in the tying and even- tual winning runs that gave the Wolverines their fifth conference victory in nine starts. RIGHTHANDER BILL TAFI made his first appearance in sev…

…- eral weeks for Michigan but was driven from the mound in the fourth when Alex Verdova slammed a home run with one on and Ray Gebhardt followed with a double. Walter "Bud" Rankin took over the Wolverine

…'s flyball. THE BUCKEYES knotted the score in the third on Verdova's four-bagger, took a 6-2 lead in the fifth when the Wolverine de- fense fell apart. After shortstop Bob Weygant had walked, Verdova grounded…

May 14, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

Wolverine net squad, 7-0. Ted Peterson and Ted Hainline, regulars at number two and three singles for the Purple, failed to make it to Ann Arbor and rumor says it was car trouble. WILDCAT COACH P aul Ben…

… of veteran Wolverine netter, Bill Mikulich, and dropped two sets and match, 6-1, 6-3. Don MacKay knocked off lWildcat Marvin Goodkind in the number five singles and the rec- ords were written 6-0, 6…

… quickly in the doubles as the two Wolverines swept over Beusman and Goodkind 6-1, 6-1. The entire Wolverine squad with the exception of Bill Mikulich headed for Champaign, Illinois where they face the…

… Spartans finished a weak third behind second place Michigan in last weekend's Mid- west sectional regatta, the rec- ords at least indicate little op- position for the Wolverines at Lake Lansing. Michigan…

…, Jene O'Con- nor and Frank Reed left yesterday noon to handle the sails for the Wolverine club. Since a limited number of Michigan members are making the trip, they will alter- nate between being skipped…

… and crew. (Continued from Page 1) Jim Campbell singled to drive in two more tallies. The final Buck- eye run crossed the plate when Carl Parrill's blooper fell in be- tween the Wolverine third base…

May 14, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

… CARLTON Sparked by shutout wins by Don! Mackay and Al Hetzeck, Michi- gan's tennis team came of age yesterday as the Wolverines gain- ed their 21st consecutive dual meet victory, beating Illinois, 7-2. The…

… Illini, highly regarded after a 8-1 victory over Michigan State Friday, and an undefeated skein this season, were demolished by power of the Wolverines' top four singles players, and a Michigan sweep in…

…. In the doubles, Mackay and Hetzeck won the first match with ease as they beat Little and Bradley, 6-4, 6-3. Playing in perfect harmony, the Wolverine co-captains were never headed as both played…

Wolverines pair found themselves behind, 4-3. However; Bromberg finally came to life and ':e pair won the next three games to take the first set, and then won the second set handily. * * * BRUMM AND HERRON com…

May 14, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

… Register Registration for next fall's Block 'M' flashcard section has been scheduled by Wolverine Club offi- cials for 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday in Barbour Gymnasium. The section…

May 14, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… spreading police hunt amo riid tc fnroun cnaaf f By ED SALEM Yesterday was Friday, the 13th, so someone had to be unlucky. Much to the regret of the Mich- igan fans, it was the Wolverine baseball team which…

… good pitching and tough breaks, was the Wolverines' third conference loss of the season. Michigan State pitcher Walt Godfrey and Michigan's Marv Wis- niewski had a scoreless hurling duel going until the…

May 14, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…' slightly over 73 strokes per man1 per 18 holes, to turn in a team total which Wolverine coach Bert Katzenmeyer termed "remarkable." Their low man was George Wa- kulsky, who carded a 70 and a 72 for a…

… they shot last Saturday at Ann Arbor, which at that time won them a quadrangu- lar meet from Ohio State, Purdue and Michigan State. Steve Uzelac, the Wolverine cap- tain who has been shooting _fine golf…

… course much better than the Wolverines, but Katzenmeyer says that his boys have played it "a little bit before." He also remarked that "only once before have I seen any col- legiate team turn in a perform…

…- ance comparable to that of Michi- gan State's." The Spartans scores are pheno- menal when one realizes that the same team shot last Saturday at Ann Arbor, and was swamped by the Wolverines, Boilermakers…

Wolverines were Bruce Goldsmith, Otto Schere and Dexter Thede. * * * Score Better CLEVELAND() -- When the nurse took the dressing off pitch- er Herb Score's right eye Monday, he told her "the vision seems to…

… Washington Sen- ators, with the job of finding new talent. Ilii i Moundsnen Halt 'M' Sluggers, Drop Wolverines from Big Ten Lead .. I-M SOFTBALL: Sammies Down Delts By RUDE DIFAZIO "If someone had told me…

Wolverines out of first place in the Big Ten baseball race. "The team must have gotten stale," he said, "They have been practicing three and a half hours every day most of the season. I told them today that I…

… Finkbeiner, and possibly John Herrnstein working on the mound for the Wolverines. I Vlajor League Standings Sigma Alpha Mu topped Delta Tau Delta yesterday at Ferry Field, 11-3, under cloudy skies and cool…

… was handed a decisive 76-56 dual meet defeat by Illinois Satur- day. Coach Don Canham thought that the Wolverines generally made a good showing. "Illinois had just too much for us," observed the coach…

…-48 thrashing administered by the Wolverines indoors. Three Big Men Three Illini played a major part in the victory. Bob M i t c h e ll triumphed in both dashes, Bob Dintelmann won close victories in the mile and…

May 14, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

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May 14, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… to earth a good ten feet on the other side of the fence. In addition to getting the all- important hit, Herrnstein was also credited with the pitching victory. The third of three Wolverine hurlers, he…

… snapped a 27-27 series tie between the two clubs that dates back to 1915. Michigan won earlier, 7-2, and it had been the Mid-American Conference leader's last previous loss before yesterday. The Wolverines

… 004- 11 I 0 0 0 0 0 r 0I 4 2 0 0 0 I 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 -Daily-Karl Hok DETERMINED TO WIN-Wolverine netter Frank Fulton looks on as teammate Bill Vogt displaying a fierce determination to win returns a…

Wolverines have not defeated any. Big Ten opposition. They have defeated Detroit and Western Illinois, and have lost to Ohio State and Purdue three times each and once to Indiana. Picks Purdue or OSU…

… playing on their home course during the Big Ten meet and sneak off with the title. Michigan Lacks Balance The Wolverines this season have' not displayed much balance. In a given meet, only two to three play…

… with Purdue at the end of 18 holes, 12-12, but the Boilermakers ran up a com- manding lead on the next eight holes and won, 31-17. Ohio State was pressed all the way to beat the Wolverines, 21…

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… schools and muni- tax for the state, which brings in Legislature Paves Way, After Long Discussion, For Payroll Allotment Seasonwein, '61, elections director s Wolverines Win, 24=1 0 Ov er Titans By TOM…

…, whipping the Titans, 24-10. The two. junior lettermen drove in eight runs apiece as the Wol- verines rolled up their highest run total since 1946. The Wolverines trailed, 6-3 heading into the eighth inning…

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… rain at Ferry Field. The Wolverines, who had trailed since the third inning, loaded the bases with nobody out after Brown had chased home Roman with the tying-run Then following Dick Syring's pop to…

… oubles, and then Mounts golfed towering home run over the left leld fence that fell just beyond he outstretched glove of Brown. Come Back Again The Wolverines came back for he second time of the game with…

… walk to Mounts. With Bob Kyff on the mound or Indiana, following Deem's exit n the Wolverine fourth, a hit, an rror and an infield out pulled the See NINTH, Page 6 committee," Rabaut, public works…

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… afternoon at Lafayette, but the question of who -if anybody-in the Conference can beat the Wolverines will have to wait at least until next week to be answered. A conservative estimate would give the Michigan…

… pretty soon.. As a team, the Wolverines are quite relaxed going into the meet, being more concerned with the Conference meet next weekend. Canham said, "I'm just going to relax and rest for the pressure of…

… Indiana had a runner on second with only one out. After he set the side down in order in the ninth, the stage was set for the hectic Wolverine rally. With the score already tied and Brown on second base…

Wolverines came from behind to win, 7-6. late to catch Brown and the bases were loaded. Almost Won Michigan almost won the game without lifting a bat a moment later. Bob Bradley, Indiana's third pitcher of…

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… interviewing Tues., for a waterfront director and a nature coun- selor for Camp Takona at Clear Lake. SUMMER PLACEMENT OPENINGS Wolverine Boyd' State is looking for experienced counselors. The encamp- ment is…

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