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December 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 69) • Page Image 5

… school on Saturday night. Mather has his men drilled for a stiff encounter with the Cincinnati five as the Wolverines are not underestimat- ng the strength of a team which al- ready holds a victory over…

… Ohio State. The Scientists are not expected "to furnish as formidable opposition as the Cincinnatians but the two gama should put the Wolverine five on edge for the games that are to be played during the…

… the Carnegie Tech. five in con- tests at Waterman gymnasium, Dec. 30 tnd 31. M. A. C. will be the first op ponent after the holidays to meet the Wolverines. The. Aggie five will en gage the Varsity on…

…, alternated at center. Purdue also has four veterans, including its two All-Conference guards, White and Miller, while Iowa retains five experienced men., Wolverines Promising Michigan's team has shown great…

February 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

… are entered and will' make the Wolverines play their best to make a showing. Fritz Seiverd of the Cleveland Y. M. C. A., holder of the national singles title for four straight years beside several…

… shooting of the Wolverines that evening. Ely, star, negotiating eight goals through- out the fray, while Kipke and Miller, each caged four. The .close guarding of Cappon and Capt. Bud Rea on the defense is…

… was poor, that is excluding the exhibition of Bill Miller. Mller was the only re- deeming light of the game, registering every one of the Wolverine's 14 points, caging four field goals and gathering in…

… Chorus "THE TALK OF A NATION" Prices $1.00 to $2.50 Seats Friday MAIL ORDERlS NOW t . WOLVERINES HOPE TO' THIRD STRAIGHT VICTORY ANNEX I 11 STRIKING COLOR combinations, rich weaves and original- ity in…

… inflicted for while Carl Johnson and his teammates were scoring 108 pointa the visitors only made 27, 11 out of a possible 15 firsts were taken by the Wolverines, and of Chicago's points half of them were…

January 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T'URSDAY, JANUARY 15, 112.9 WOLVERINE HOCKEY TEAM OVERWHELMS STATE, 9-1 SPARTAN OUTPLAYEDNUMBER OF MEN USING INTRAMURALSJE MICHIGAN AND PURDUE REMAIN TIED BUILDING…

Wolverines were ori- being defeated by a much worse points on his own hook, but outside Phoeni coming in the hectic final session, some 250 men in basketball uni- waking up to the fact that there ginally…

… Courtwight's team will be seeking Conference title race by winning trainin the Wolverines discarded their in- followers of that sport. In both iin- gmson is clviua tctcsfo pssnggae tacs s efre ter er ila- 5pci…

… scorers for the in- the early Conference season. A lea- are Crouch, Daniels, Ricketts, Jones, INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET Scarcity of material was alwCys Three Wolverines Star dividual honors with 35 points to tue…

…, has just reported Northwestern university's seven-- remedy. However, since the Bad- c Wolverine contingent, forcing the the expense of the Maroons last due, ranked as the outstanding for cage drill…

… on its home floor. j Ohio State ........ 2 1 .667 j eighty-six schools in eight different A game between Alma col- st. Lo The Wolverines' first score came. G. FT. TP. I On paper, the Boilermakers ap…

November 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 41) • Page Image 7

… CAPABLE E~O LII ~ TRIO OF OUTSTANDING MINNESOTA GRIDIRON TO J~*iftR STARS WHO WILL OPPOSE WOLVERINES SATURDAY [i/All, I GrnERTISlwG NOTICE Co~eI~ 'K~pke'sChar'ges W11 Try c~ Win ~Little 'Brown…

… squad indulged i~n a sigm4 drill to put the final toti~hes'6n the 'offen- sive to be used against the Wester~~' State Normal eleven. Wolverine H~riers lb Meet Wisconsin Today (Continued From Page 6…

… in the starting lineup against the Wolverines Saturday, while Brock- meyer, the third of the trio, will be A eeQc4a~e~Z Pres8 P7~0tQ I kept on jue sidelines due to in~ juries received in the Iowa game…

March 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

… Colts, by virtue, of a gave 'Parke ,r much trouble, forcing. Id be walkaway in the'Detroit city meet, the Wolverine. into ,an overtime; The, are considered as by far the best bout which ended in a4 tie…

…= last ya' unrp n h w in one bot earlier in the season,: yea's unnrup an th tw The only. other Wolverine to: re-- over. Columbus, Ohio, entrants, East and udfae hsya as d scor- Central. The Hoosiers…

October 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…. by their 50 piece band and a corps of" cheer leaders, ready to back, their 5 Wolverines Rave Scored 408 vr a r 4team to the limit, to the end that In the years that have followed the once more, after…

… five long years of Togs l Wolverines have amassed a total of waiting, their Green and White may -arge 408 points, against 55 for M. A. C., wave triumphant. Michigan scoring more than a quar- iroy, ter of…

… reg- pulled the surprise of the season, M. A. C. game this afternoon. Auto holding Michigan to a 0 toO0 score. There is but a limited number of nkets Then followed four Wolverine victor- such tickets…

July 15, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…. State Streets I'. rilhe for the Wolverine-the __ the summer for 75c. Tell your r -Adv.L (FIRST FLOOR) ,, F J5LJ em TODAY ON s Z TIC Fon uENT SAUTNDFE1S8' ANOF LIVERYT 1' a I . . " o- s…

…. I!Al TEDf Wolverine~ Classified Ads bring re- sults. Ads should be brought in by '2 o'clock before day to be run. WANTED -=Stuidents' 'washing.,'.1303 Geddes avenue. Phone 2569. FOR SALE FOR.~ SALE…

February 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… Chicago .........3 MInnesota ........1 Northwestern . . ..0 r 5 9 .31) .28) .100 .000 ii f / With the Big Teti lead at stake, and Wisconsin and Purdue only a step behind the pacemaking Wolverines

Wolverines fell 34-23.1 ~Boilermaker five tonight in a crucial Mihgnatra heteesly game to keep their Conferenice recordI oft, came into the game a decided ! unblemished and avoid a triple tieI favorite and…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… the Walkerville, Canada, team Swellon on May 23. That day is a holiday in be Canada and the team will be there as verines, a special attraction. TRALTEAM BATTLES CHICAGO MEN TONIGHT1 WOLVERINES AND…

… string. Wetzel and Butler are the Michigan hopes in the\440 yard dash. With 'loth running in form the Wolverine team should collect 'two places in this event. The longer runs are uncertain, with Chicago…

May 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… supremacy between the two teams, ping the league leading Illini, 6 to ano for the third successive timethe 0, this afternoon. It was Illinois' first Wolverines- scored a victory by a beating of the season in…

… seven Big small margin, yesterday's final score Ten games. Don Miller, ace of the being 72-63. Wolverine staff, pitched splendid ball When all but three events had been for Michigan although he almost…

… real story of his in- in the broad jump, the Wolverines vincibility is related by the fact that needed only one point in the javelin Illnois lett 11 men on bases. to assure themselves a victory, but Two…

… third place. But the beat the throw home, scoring Puckel- humor f the situation soon vanished wartz ahead of him. Oosterbaan walk- for the drenched Wolverine support- ed and Davis singled, Benny scoring…

… Puckelwartz, of . . .. 42 2 2 0 0 - oober Wills Low Hurdles Kubicek, 2b....... 4 2 2 0 4 0 The Wolverines scored a slam in. Oosterbaan, lb1.... 3 2 2 13 0 0 the low hurdles with Cooper flash- Davis, c…

… 13 2 ahead of Royer. tx-Batted for Greene in ninth. At this point the Wolverines seem- xx-Batted for Andrews in ninth. - ed sure winners of the meet, but with Score by innings: Lyon scoring an…

…. Struck out by I men drew up on even terms with the -Stewart, 3; Andrews, 2; Miller, 1. Wolverines. -.Bases on balls-off Andrews, 2; Miller' Simon made a leap of 23 feet, 1 f 3. Hits-off Stewart 6 in 3 1…

October 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 15) • Page Image 7

…Statek orthe yMichigan's offensive showing was Sc The chief fault revealed by particularly dismal during the first western, and Chicago respectively, the Wolverines was failure to I half, the Wolverines failing…

… first play of Eh a b ebd p n r accorded the Purdue line for the the fourth quarter. Then the W manner in which it outsmarted the scoring spree in the last five Wes made a touchdown for State Wolverines

… Boilermakers sleight. and the other two came in H Do Add to that the fact that they have in one department.. The light- rahWidqfire order.D a vry eakoffnseanda mnia hatred Wolverine quarterback - a very weak…

… offense and mani averaged 38 yards on his kicks, The Wolverines were seem- Ba or fumling at the wrong time, to outdistance "Pest" Wech, ingly helpless under Purdue's Two men stand out on the Columbi One of…

January 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

… ESTABLISHED 1890 AW 46v !lit rl t 4 atjX MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Vol. XXXIX. No. 83. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. 1929 EIGHT PAGES WOLVERINES HOLD CONFERENCE LEAD BY 21-17I…

… determined Illini invaders, the Wolverine basketball team hung ip its fourth consecutive Conference victory last night in the field iouse before approximately 7,000 people, the largest crowd of the eason, by a…

… 21-17 score. Using a tight defense that completely stifled the famed Illini ;low breaking offense that proved Indiana's undoing ,except for two ;hort intervals, the Wolverines exhibited a well…

… leaders turned in. ,o romt ee. the middle west.Diminutive Wolverine forward, of all graduates in journalism with since his return from the South More than 1,000 students, vari- Neither team displayed much…

… from the corner of court and Bill Orwig counted n on a difficult overhead toss. skowski made good a free throw give the Wolverines the lead, 6 as the half ended. llinois openea the second period h a rush…

May 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

… gusty winds at times swirled away at straw hats. WOLVERINE TRACKMEN I DEFEAT ILLINOIS TEA.' (Continged from Page One) 100 yard dcash-Won by 1{ester, SMichigan; Lasser,Michigan; second; Peters, Illinois…

… will start Asbeck on. the mound and if he can repeat his - performance of a weel ago when he let down Ohio State with six hits, Hrold Lasser diffict win without a great deal of Wolverine sprint star, who…

May 15, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

… players. Following the game with Illinois, the Wolverines will leave for Iowa City for a return engagement with the Hawkeyes Monday. The remaining games will be played at home. The probable lineup for today…

Wolverine team easily defeated the Monroe Country club players, by a 30-5 score, in a match played Thurs-' day at Monroe. Captain Feeley, in the number one position, defeated Mc- Pike 2-1, Glover won from A…

December 15, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… houses necessitate ene dr under thir bel, the living in dormitories, or sororities, l iving. in a limited group that Wolverine cagemen will make their makes for a small circlerof friends second bid to…

… dormitories. Indiana field house at Blooming- (By Associated Press) I- ton and came out on the short end LONDON, Dec. 14.-The condi- of a 34-26 count. tion of King George tonight, 48 Wolverines eulsedbefore…

… hours after an operation had beenFNI A year ago the Wolverines invad- performed for draining the affect-TTed Philadelphia for a game with ed area around his right lung, was the Penn five but were repulsed…

… ago with the single ion of Joe Truskowski, who en named to team with Bill at forward in the place of Bald. Wolverine mentor has been ually juggling the lineup hout the past week in his to uncover the…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… - the latest technical developments in Wolverine wrestlers here this after- marry during his college course, ac- I Ke.u e Ksiey kiswn pate coel the highway engineering field. noon. The Michigan grapplers…

… president of the Unithe Wolverine leader garnering fou versity Men's Cristipn association field goals and two free throws. Line summer conference at Lake Geneva. playing his first game for Michigan, Dr. Baker…

… a one point mar- Tuesday evening, Feb. 17, in the new 7igin, Purdue defeated the Wolverines IMasonic temple, at which members of1 37-36, 'Chicago conquered the Mather Masoic empl, a whch mmbes o clan…

May 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… woods near Pinck- sponsible for the Wolverine t ney. They will be followed by a Beginning with the second baseball game between the students $ the game was Michigan's, Iom and faculty members of the…

… arranged to be present and thanks to good fieldingh Sat the initiation and banquet.opponents to a meagre four ru die" also accounted for two 1: of them good for two bases. The Wolverine sluggingr 1u…

May 15, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… the first half of the meet the Wolverines led, but, taking ad- vantage of Michigan weakness in the remaining events the Indians soon overcame this lead. Excellent records for a western dual meet wer…

…. Wallace ran as fast race in the low barriers in 25 sec- onds flat, but the Wolverines were slightly handicapped in this and the 220 dash by the curved track.' Indians Get 10 Firsts Simmons of Michigan and…

… the. half mile and plaped second, two yards behind Yates who covered the dist-. ance in 1:58. Walker, the Wolverine' high jumper, went above all his'previ- ous records forcing Alberts to go. 6 feet, 3 3…

December 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…:LINDBEG COMPLETES SECOND ,: lhlPrri nIPUT Anniiirr AT PA-NJ'! O' AE C11AMPIONS AAST WITH 15 WINS LAST YEAR OF' GIVE WOLVERINE LINEUP Chap tman, Raber ylI Start Gaulle; Qosterbaan, garriga, McCoy .fake Up itest…

… the Panthers. Raber and Oosterbaan pre paired at the forwards; McCoy and .ptain H larrigan are paired at the guards; an Chapman is slated for the pivot positios. A glance at the Wolverine start- ers…

January 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

… of Iowa 41 to 22 he showed his abilities as a basketball coach and the Wolverine aggregation displayed a form that, it it was anything but a flash in the pan, should make them more of a favorite than…

… ever in Western Conference championship scramble honors. Petrie, the boy who wasn't good enough to rate the Wolverine first string last year, got enough baskets .this evening to tie for high scoring…

… invaders led 19 to 7. The famed Iowa defense seemed to be a lacking quantity of the evening. As for the short pass offense-it was "under cover" too, mostly because it was of no use against the Wolverines

January 15, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

….i WOLVERINES OPEN CONFE SEASON WITH HARD-FOU VICTORY VARSITY LOOKS BET" THAN AGAINST AC - Haggerty and Kipke High Score with 14 Points Between Them, Potter Counts Eight Michigan opened her Big Ten ba ketball…

… season last night with a vi tory, a victory over Illinois, whic came after a long hard fight tb brought out everything in every ma The Wolverine margin of -victo was one solitary point with the ,fin score…

Wolverines, 11-15. Deng scor again for Michigan and Cherry du licated the feat again tying the sco Potter, the Illinois captain, follow with a basket but Haggerty again ti it up'and Kipke, gave the Varsity the…

May 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 166) • Page Image 7

… Talent Divided; Take Eight Firsts JIAS WINS FOUR EVENTS ike Teegrap ic dUNIV ERSITY OF UTAH.-"U"k is m Wolverine Freshmen useda to hbe. The annual, tript to1 ______________________________I_ whitewash the…

May 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

… hammer throwv. Of the ,fifteen Oja (Min.), second(; lPottle (11Iili.), first places awardled, the Wolverine third. Distance; 164 feet. yearlings garne(1100 all 1but fivet ame ho-Wnb 1,1tl ' te ely rcealo…

March 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

… featherweights, lkirk and IHardlin, 125 pounders,, y, light: weight, Warren and Mil- welter weights, Soutiworth, 1581 der, Prest on and Rich, light ywei ghts, and Prescott, heavy- lit. Ben o sterotii Wolverine

December 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…'s Swimmers Take Four Oll AfS E1Vf +vtr never stepping on the University favorable. President Ruthven and uva or. eveno ventIITorrell, lanky Wolverine center, seal on the floor of the lobby of Mayor Staebler…

… f................0 0 0 0 Torrell ............... 4 1 2 9 Justice rg (c)..........0 0 1 0 Coombe lg.............1 1 3 3 Murdock staged their duel in the last half of the period with the Wolverine

October 15, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

… hitting. Leads National Champions Sisler starred as a pitcher and out- fielder on the Wolverine teams of 1913, '14, and '15. In 1914 he pitched the Maize and Blue nine to the nation- al intercollegiate…

… championship. In that year, largely due to the effective hurling of the Michigan captain, the Wolverines won 23 out of 29 games played, and 10 of the victories were shut-outs. It was not until he had received…

May 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 163) • Page Image 7

… firsts in the ham- j I g~ T N muer throw and javelin throw, and 'E WOLVERINES i j 1 r."- - """' fir/ E :+.,,,_ti ::i: '{..\," '- 5 j; ' Yom-- J Y - ° "ii: sac "?: tE' ' " j r}1A{ {= 1 t { ". :. :::: is…

June 15, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

… and through the profession, for the administering of justice in America.' WOLVERINES PUT BIG TEN LEADERS IN THIRD PLACE Michigan's second victory over Ohia State, 6 to 5, at Columbus Saturday, heaped…

March 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

… majority of the 'I WIDELY EXPERIENCED first places; the Wolverines will T depend upon a well-balanced squad The board of governors of the in an attempt to' bring the title Michigan League building an-. back…

…, Simmons Col- entering Walker, Seager, and Reif. lege, Pratt Institute, and the Uni- Walker finished first last year but versity of Chicago vocational bu- was disqualified. The Wolverine reau were invited to…

February 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

… Britain give assurances that she would not land troops at Shanghai be- fore he would sign the agreement re- garding the British cencession. .WOLVERINE HOCKEY TEAM DEFEATS STATE, 2=1, IN FIRST OVERi…

… 10 minutes after the starting whistle, when Gabler, Wolverine de- fense man, eluded several State play- ers and shot the puck into the net. Play during the second period was slow when the Michigan…

February 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… call slmsIWISCONSIN HANDS WOLVERINES 650 TICKETS TO BE SOLD SECOND BIG TEN DEFEAT IN AT PRICE OF SIX DOLLARSFAT__ Now that the 1923 J-Hop is a thing FIRST PERIOD ENDS of the past all eyes are being…

… early education in America. He is. a Wisconsin by means of geld goahs graduate of the University of Berlin by Williams and Gage secured the and received the degree of Doctor of jump on the Wolverines in…

May 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…. (Whee reD .U . Stops at State) 5 lI11I illll1111111IIIHl 11111{IIIIgE= H EA T ER h 4 K S Hot Music -:- - - - - Novelties Bud Golden'S ELEVEN WOLVERINES Granger' s Academy When Dad was a "Modern Youth…

May 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… alpear to have f r ~lsi a wtide e strongest 'Wolverine contender in this MTacEll en was not upto' ncta i-er theirerivals at aisobutlittl event, to finish fouirth after 'a hard, tions in the high jiiup l 15…

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