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September 15, 1954 • Page Image 36

… back a title-a title that iad eluded Wolverine tennis teams ince 1945. They were the underdogs, they :new it, and it made them more letermined. And while they talked if the final exams they were miss- ng…

… given in April, during the Easter vacation, when the netters went on their annual southern tour. The Wolverines captured three of four matches; the only loss being a 9-0 lacing at the hands of Tulane, one…

… a match that was curtailed by a heavy shower. A good-sized crowd was happily surprised to see the Wolverines hold the Hoosiers even. In fact, the-home team was slightly ahead when the rains came. Bob…

… silver cloud. The netters were handed two straight defeats, by Western Mich- igan and Michigan State. Then the Wolverines came back and went undefeated for the rest of the sea- son, capturing six matches…

… the Spartans. The first setto went to Michigan State, 8-1, and the second to the Wolverines by a count of 6-3. The scores, however, do not show how close and how hard fought the series was. Of the nine…

…-place finisher in the Big Ten meet. The Wolverines had high hopes as the season opened, but were plagued from the start by bad breaks. Harry Luchs, the 1952 con- ference parallel bars champion, sprained his thumb…

… conference crown. Even without Luchs, Michigan had no trouble winning its season opener against Notre Dame. Lee Krumbholz, Johnson, and Bill Wink- ler, the 1955 captain-elect, led the way as the Wolverines

… fortunes tumbled during the two weeks in- terlude between semesters, as the NEWT LOKEN ... gymnastics coach Michigan men were able to salvage only one win in three meets. The Wolverine gymnasts opened the…

… to perform the routine. Winkler, also adding to his reper- toire, captured the trampoline win to give Michigan five victories in the six events. The boom was lowered at Illi- nois, where the Wolverines

Wolverines. Iowa handed Michigan another defeat, this time by a narrow 481- 47% score. The Michigan loss was a surprise, since the Hawkeyes had not been regarded very highly in pre-season forecasts. The new…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 84

… am, the Wolverines will be! g outside of the now defunctj rn Intercollegiate Hockey! e- which broke up last year! ee Big Ten schools-Minne- Michigan State and Michigan -simultaneously bolted the WIHL…

… over eligibility conflicts. The WIHL had furnished the Wolverines with competition from the Midwest since its formation in 1953. As a result Michigan did not have much chance to face -the hockey powers…

September 15, 1954 • Page Image 39

… only thing standing between the Wolverines and Big Ten title has been the Fighting Illini of Cham- paign. Even though Michigan possesses some of the greatest track talent in the nation and is rated as…

… history of the school. The " Wolverine tracksters under the able, coaching of ex-Michigan star Canham went on to set rec- ords in both their dual meets and numerous invitationals.t In the first meets of the…

… 1954 indoor season the Wolverines gave some of the nation's top cinder stars a run for their money in a pair of invitational meets at Bos- ton and Washington, completely outclassed Western Michigan and…

…- town. Five Meet Records Then in the triangular meet the Wolverine thinclads set five meet records as they won ten of the twelve events and shared in one other. Grant Scruggs recorded the third best time…

… came face to face with the Orange and Blue of Illinois in a dual mee.t The Wolverines gave their all and could never lose a closer one to Illinois than this with the final score read- ing 581/2-551. The…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 33

… ended the '58-'59 season with a disappointing 8-13-1 record. However Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew is optimistically looking forward to the coming season. Forced by injuries to play with only an 11-man squad…

… the Wolver- ines were consistently pitted' against squads of 17 and 18. Against such odds the Wolverines battled brilliantly, but in many instances the obstacles were too difficult to overcome and…

… year as a junior Watt was a mainstay on defense for the Wolverines and early in the season Watt played upwards of 50 minutes a game. For his great play he was named on the All-American team. Up front the…

Wolverines will also have returning lettermen forming the nucleus of a fine team. Top forwards are Bob White, rugged center, who was an All- American each of his first two sea- sohs and junior Dale Mac…

…Donald, the Wolverines' leading goal-get- ter, who scored 19 goals last sea- son. Steve Bochen, last year's most improved player, Pat Cushing and Gary Mattson are the other re- turning lettermen at the forward…

… Childs and Jim Coyle who split the chores in the nets last season will be back, al- though Childs has only one semes- ter of eligibility remaining. The Wolverines should be great- ly aided by a group of…

…, North Dakota. Russians Overcome Wolverines On Jan. 5 a combined Michigan- Michigan State squad skated against the Russian Nationals at of the first, but eventually their overwhelming experience paid off…

… and the visitors skated off with a 7-3 victory. A crowd of 7,000 turned out to see the game, which was played under international rules unfamiliar to most American spectators. The Wolverines played…

… fine se- ries has been concluded. The last game in the series saw the pros win, 8-3, in a surprisingly rugged game. Four regular season opponents came close to sweeping series from the Wolverines, but in…

… their first encounter with Michigan, 6-1, in a game ended midway in the third period by a fight which erupted into a near-riot. But the next night the Wolverines outskated the NoDaks and came off with a 4…

January 15, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… competition in Chicago and con- tinued the annual contests while attending their respective univers- ities. Conn is still looking for his first win over the Wolverine ace, but Walters' steady improvement dims…

Wolverine squad, and Jones and Delaney seem the likely men to swim the 150-yard individual med- ley. Along with Walters in the div- ing will be either Charley Bates or Bud Hurd. Michigan's 400-yard freestyle…

…, opening a two game series which is undoubtedly the most vital of the campaign for the Wolverines. Vic Heyligers squad must gain at least a split with the Gophers in order to maintain even a flick- ering…

… hope of an NCAA Playoff berth. Even under normal circum- stances, this task would be a rug- ged one for the Wolverines, but the loss of Doug Philpott, second line winger, makes it even harder…

… Mascarin or JayI Goold up into Philpotts positionI on the second line. This shuf-I fling of lines makes Michigan'st chances for the much needed split "very dim" according toi the Wolverine coach.f The…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 31

… Course. The second-place Wolverines of 1959 will begin the 1960 season with a nucleus of three lettermen, including Captain Larry Mark- man and juniors Joe Brisson and Dick Youngberg who were fifth and…

… this year, but is only a junior in eligibility, thus, he could play two years for the Wolverines. Letter Winners Strengthen Squad One thing the 1960 Wolverines can't do is make the comeback that the 1959…

… Michigan LONG DRIVE-Michigan's 1959 Golf Captain Ray Lovell tees off during one of Michigan's dual meets. Lovell placed eleventh in the Big Ten meet held at the Wolverine links. OUR ADAMS CLOTHES…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

Wolverines with competition from the Midwest since its formation in 1953. As a result Michigan did not have much chance to face the hockey powers in the East such as Clarkson and St. Lawrence. This year…

…'s schedule which is still only tentative, calls for games with St. Lawrence and Clarkson plus the usual series with Michi- gan State, North Dakota, Michi- gan Tech and Minnesota. The Wolverines hope to have a…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 37

… near-perfect loss record last season, but alsol added the Conference m to their credit as every man he Wolverine aggregation tri- is was quite a reversal from 958 season in which the net- dropped to the…

…- gained back much of its pre- s prestige by the success of its feats. Success Questionable the season's start, success ared as a question mark. But asn't too long afterward that wolverines seemed to be a…

…. definite challenger to Iowa's Con- ference crown. The opener was a quadrangular meet with Minnesota, Ohio State and Toledo. The going was easy for the Wolverines as they dropped both Conference foes 9-0 and…

… transfer student Larry Zaitzeff. Bow to Notre Dame The next dual meet entangled a highly touted NotreDame. squad, and It lived up- to all expectations by battling the Wolverines to the finish before downing…

… Pea- cock, added the final Wolverine singles victory in a 6-4, 6-4 tri- umph over Michigan State's Ron Mescall. Both Peaccok and Fulton were defending titles from the previous playoffs. Sweep…

… when Chicago swept all honors. It was for that very team that present tennis coach Murphy, played. The Wolverines proved unbeat- able. Erickson and Dubie paired to crush Andrews and Bill Nadig of Iowa, 6…

September 15, 1954 • Page Image 40

… prospects for the :t season. he Wolverines finished ninth in Western Conference champion- ps after winning seven and los- nine during the dual meet son. ,atzenmeyer started the season i Captain Jack Stumpfig…

….The Wolverines pped the first match to North USED BOOKS Try FOLLETT'S First at BARGAIN PRICES Carolina, 191/2 to 72, and fared poorly with Duke, iosing t h a t match, 221/2-42. Start Dual Meet Season The Maize…

… a whole failed to live up to pre- season expectation and was not able to overcome the failure of the Michigan hiters to produce as they had done the year before. While the Wolverine pitching was not…

…. With a year of experience under their belts, Benedict and Ronan should provide the Wolverines - with a strong second base combin- ation this coming season. The only newcomer to the outer gardens was left…

… side of the season, a Michigan fan can point to the 22 victories, 10 of which did come in conference play. Included among the Wolverine ac- complishments was an extremely successful spring tour, which…

September 15, 1954 • Page Image 37

… in just ten words Michigan's 1953-54 hockey season. - Via Heyliger's Wolverines were the class of collegiate hockey for three years running, and suddenly, like a bolt from the blue, a fired- up…

… the next night by beating Minnesota to cap the most shocking tournament in col- lege hockey history. It wasn't a bad season for Michigan however. The Wolverine sextet wound up with a 15-7-2 overall…

Wolverines enter the nets. The sophomore goalie is boomed to be even better than Ikola, and his fine hockey against the Detroit Red Wings in an exhibition tilt last season was an indication that this is no lie…

… lady luck has in store for the Wolverines. Michigan came home to face However, taking into account none other than the World Champ- the coaching genious of the stocky ion Detroit Red Wings of the…

…, as thousands of tinual series of ups and dos. eager students were turned away, From the depths of the league and line formed nearly the' standings, the Wolverines rose to length of the Coliseum out in…

… night it was almost rolled to a lopsided, though rough, as bad, as the Sioux, paced by triumph. all-American Ben Cherski and Ken After scholastic troubles had Purpur, hammered the Wolverine taken their…

… kept up its march to- ward a playoff berth by dumping a tough Denver outfit 11-4 in a wild Coliseum game. MacFarland fired in five goals to pace the winners, as a slim crowd cheered the Wolverines on…

…. The next night, Denver almost beat the Wolverines with a third period rally, as the Maize and Blue began to show effects of four games five nights. Chin came to the rescue however, and clinched the game…

… with a minute remaining with a goal mak- ing the score 5-3 and giving Michi- gan its fifth straight win. Now coasting along in third place,t he Wolverines faced off a- gainst a tough Colorado College…

… pounding out a 9-2 triumph be- fore ahuge crowd. The victory moved the Wolverines into first place in the Western Hockey League, and the Ann Arbor campus was swept up in a Hockey mania. Schiller Stars Back…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 18

…. Klum played under Perigo when the present Wolverine coach was head men- tor at Benton Harbor High. And when Klum had his best team at Ann Arbor high in 1956, Perigo's son Don was its co-captain. Will…

January 15, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 83) • Page Image 7

… goals for a career. This record held for 14 years until Gordon McMillan, a protege of Helyiger, set a new mark. ITS A FAT THAT George Chin, outstanding Wolverine wing on Coach Vic Heyliger's puck squad…

… a 6-3 record journey to Ann Arbor to face the Wolverines this Saturday evening at eight o'clock. The most recent of the Spartan triumphs was a surprise win over f" the highly touted Illini five, 60…

… dropped in 136 markers in eight encounters. Last year Ferrari was instru- mental in the two loses handed the Wolverines by Michigan State. In the second encounter he con- tributed 25 points to be high scor…

…- er of the evening. Besides McCoy and Ferrari, the MSC starting five consists of Bob Armstrong 6-8 at the cen- ter post, Keith Stackhouse 6-1 and Bob Devenny 5-11 at the guards. The Wolverine hoop…

… meet Illinois on February 6th and then come back to Ann Arbor for a return engage- ment with Iowa on February 8th. By DAVE ,LIVINGSTON Coach Don Canham and five< Wolverine thinclads open the in- door…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

….. Wolverine coach Gus Stager, a! former great Michigan swim star himself, stated, "this team was r certainly the greatest I've ever; coached and the greatest-I've ever I seen." - h ~~lSeWeek thethe f By' CARL…

… RISEMAN .nn's Successors r MANN STEPPED down in 1954. He had begun as swimming ach at Michigan in 1926 and had guided the Wolverines to 16 n 'Championships and six National Collegiate crowns. It was n…

… the, endof the 1958 - proving themselves capable of filling the shoes of their' predecessor. mehow in that dismal 1956 season, the Wolverines were able sh second in the Big T'en meet right behind…

… Carolina. Michigan's cfhances were sup- V slim against favored Yale spearheaded by its sophomore im Jecko. The Wolverines couldn't stop Jecko, he was a triple but they were able.to stop Yale and thus gain…

… the first NCAA r Michigan since 1948. It was a great victory but still more were In line for the '58 season. ie '58 squad was even stronger than the '57 one. The Wolverines >olstered by sophomore…

… that had no weak links. Tony Tashnick, the brilliant Wolverine sophomore, rose to peak performance in his Young career, cracking two NCAA records in the 100 and 200 yd butterfly events and produced the…

January 15, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…ANUARY 15 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine cGg rs omp Michigan's Shearon, Burton Pace Attack on Badger Five (Continued from Page 1) Seconds later, Lee drove in from absorbed his fourth foul of…

… bench for the Wolverines for the last few games, Shearon stepped in for George Lee in last night's game with Wisconsin, and paced the Wolverine attack with 16 points. 'M' Faces Spartans Here In Hockey…

… Battle TOn it is quite deadly, as it proved to be} last night. He made good on six of them in the final period, add- ing four free throws to tie M. C. Burton for Wolverine scoring honors with 16 points…

… victory and tonight should prove no exception. Icers Gain Ground The Wolverines moved into third place over the weekend, and now trail Denver by only two and- a-half points. Denver split a home…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 89

…'s Suecessors [ATT MANN STEPPED down in 1954. He had. begun as swimming' coach at Michigan in 1926 and had guided the Wolverines to 16 Big Ten Championships and six National Collegiate crowns. It was truly an…

… predecessor. Somehow in that dismal 1956 season, the Wolverines were able to finish second in the Big Ten meet right behind powerful Ohio State. The Sophomore Team... BEFORE THE SEASON began in 1957, the team…

…-meet vic- tories and its first Big Ten title since 1948. Wolverine coach Gus Stager, a former great Michigan swim star himself, stated, "this team was: certainly the greatest I've ever coached and the…

…-up. Picking up valuable points in every one of the 14 events they entered, the Wol- verines forged a chain that had no weak links. Tony Tashnick, the brilliant Wolverine sophomore,rose to peak performance in…

April 15, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

Wolverine coach Ray is pessimistic about his uture. "The opposition in was quite weak. Western At on par with Big Ten nd should be a real test." entered the Rollins Col- eball tournament at Win- , Fla. witl a…

… National Hockey League charh- pions. The players themselves figured they are over the hump in the se- ries, but aren't taking lightly the Bruins, who finished fourth dur- ing the regular season. Wolverine

… defending NCAA-Champion Wolverines. Two victories stretched their win streak to 45, tops in the na- tion. Georgetown and George Wash- ington were the victims as Mich- igan advanced into the finals of the…

… the season. Have Easy Time The Wolverines, who are re- building after losing five letter- men through graduation, had an easy . time. George Washington was able to win only one match, losing 8-1, while…

…'s golf team from playing competitively during its annual southern trip last weekend. The Wolverine golfers were sup- posed to meet Duke last Thursday and North Carolina Friday, but the bad weather forced…

February 15, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

… gainedj two victories over the Wolverines1 in a single season. The Spartans have lost one decision to Michi- gan. Game Today Tickets for tonight's game can be purchased at the Athletic Ad- ministration…

…, Dick Kennady and Gerald Miki- and Barry Yap in the 200-yd. breaststroke appear to be the only threats in the line-up. Wolverines at Best Coach Stager has the Michigan squad going full strength with the…

… Kurdelmeier, at 177-lbs., is defending Big Ten champion, and in the 123-1b. class, Iowa has jun- ior Larry Moser. According to Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen, the Hawkeyes are much stronger this year than they have…

… every day and you can never tell what might happen," he said. Three changes have been made in the Wolverine lineup for to- day's match. Captain Max Pear- son has been returned to his 137- lb. spot after…

January 15, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RE YOU INSURED?. PURDUE NEXT-FEB. 1: Wolverine Cagers Begin 18-Day Rest Pick Hi udent Health Insurance soon to behaailbl through Student Government Council coverage through…

…. Longest Layoff The Wolverines' lengthy lay- off 'is rivaled only by Wisconsin. The Badgers will rest for 17 days, COLLEGE BASKETBALL Duquesne 74; LaSalle 55 Clemson 81, Wake Forest 72 Maryland 55…

… met, Ohio State on Jan. 27, and will again be in full swing by the time they come to town on "Feb. 1. Game on TV The Boilermaker-Wolverine tilt that Saturday will be at 4:30 p.m.. and. will be the…

… Guild Banquet in the Sheraton Cadi in Detroit on Jan. 23. The Wolverine swim be fairly inactive durin exam break. In its only the beginning of nexi the Wolverines will host Jan. 31. The dual meet, firi…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 30

… utdoor plum. Haisley typified the lini sweep as he successfully de- mded his high jump title with ear-record leap of 6'8/2". Seventh in 1958 Always a power in Big Ten track ircles, the Wolverines again be…

…, Tony Seth and Bryan 'ibson, the Wolverines gave some vidence of things to come in the hort indoor season. Even before he season got underway, the sophs had proved their ability by walking away with an…

… Shines Another standout effort came on the part of Wolverine miler Dave ~Iqe 1 41 traditional single- 6" edges - patch w brass buttons. ket can be found seams - hooked le in Cambridge A ; (Continued from…

… doors. i. t BREAKS THE TAPE-Wolverine Dick Cephas breaks the tape in the first heat of the 220 yard low hurdles during the Big Ten track meet held here last May 22-23. Cephas' time was good enough to…

… revamped coaching staff headed by Chalmers (Bump) Elliott, and with a new winged-T offense, the Wolverines are capable of achiev- ing mediocrity or greatness. ILLINOIS-Passers John East- erbrook and Bob…

January 15, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… Michigan very sharp in the sprint, winning team has started off on the right both the 50 and 100 yard free- "stroke." style races. The Wolverines' first Big Ten Captain John Narcy turned in opponent, Purdue…

… willing to idle throughout the entire mid- change to the breaststroke to help year period. the team, and his performance Vacation Action Saturday night was promising The Wolverine natators will considering…

… Keen became Wolverine coach in 1925, he has over- come annual obstacles to produce an unbroken line of winning teams. Championship squads in 1929, '38, '53, '55 and last year. Eleven see- ond place teams…

… of these sophs, as well as i47-pound senior Lloyd Hamady, came out for the team at Michigan without ever having wrestled in high school. Inexperience has already made its mark on the Wolverines. They…

… - last-place finisher in 1956- could win only its second meet from the Wolverines in 30 years last Saturday is an indication of this. Keen has reason for pessimism, but this apparently is not part of his…

January 15, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Icers Whip Gophers; Cagers, Gymnasts Pucksters Hold League Dominance (Continued from Page 1) The Wolverines came close to breaking the game wide open on two occasions…

… Wildcats' big scorers at bay and stifled their efforts to climb back into the con- test. Hoping to continue their role as Conference dark horse the Wolverines ill engage Wisconsin at Madison Monday evening…

…. 4 i RON KRAMYR . . . 34 points --Daily-Dick Gaskill WOLVERINE goalie Lorne Howes sprawls on the ice to block a Minnesota shot in action at the Coli- seum last night. Both Howes and Gopher goalie…

… squad received another rude jolt as it was hand- ed a 21-16 loss at the hands of an underdog University of Illinois team here yesterday. It was the Wolverines' third straight loss in dual meet com…

… competition, he lost a close 3-2 decision to Robert Alexander after trying In- diana's Denny Krick the day be- fore. The Wolverine's next match will be against Purdue, February 3, and the team is optimistic as…

… Michigan cashed in heavily in the high-board diving with Char- lie Bates, taking first on 258.6 points, followed closely by the Wolverines' John Narcy. Iowa's points came from four big first places, two of…

… Teach- er's College ace, who won with a very creditable leap of 6'5%,". The Wolverines' Eeles Landstrom turn- ed in the best pole vault-14'- with former Olympic vaulter George Mattos taking second with 13…

February 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Northwestern, the back- breaking loss left the Wolverines half a game in the basement with a 2-9 conference slate. Coach Bill Perigo's over-anxious quaintet actually outshot the Bad- gers from the field…

…-3 defeat on Illinois' de- fending conference champs last night at Yost Field House. After dropping the opening 123- pound match, Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines swept victoriously through the rest of the…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 92

… for the Wolverines New -Port Beach were Bruce dsmith, Otto Scherer, Dexter, de and Ron Sisson. ULLR SAi Club 'he Ullr Ski Club is the offi- tkiing organization of the versity of .Michigan. Activities ch…

… the season. Declines NCAA Chance The Wolverine grappler, having realized his goal of regaining the Big Ten championship he had won in 1956, declined to go to the NCAA because of his concern for his…

…,nthe Wolverine squad finished in a, fifth-place tie. Of Michigan's. 28 points in the Conference affair, 26 of them were the direct result of Marchello and Pearson's net successes. The two other Big Ten teams which…

… third-best Wolverine mat- man of 1958 was junior Larry Murray, who wrestled at various tines at 123, 130, and 137 pounds. Fails To Hit Peak Karl Lutomski competed in the 177-1b. slot during the season…

… individual champion. The Wolverine Soccer Club is a #- STOP AT Corner Maynard and East Liberty For the finest in imported Cigarq, Cigarettes, Tobaccos PIPES SASI ENI COMOY KAYWOODIE # 'IPE SMOKERS' SUPPLIES…

… members of the ne fornied Collegiate Wrestling Hall of Fame. The award was made it name of the Helms Foundation. The Wolverine coach said that the greatest honor of his career came from his wrestlers, and…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 36

… Hopkins, Dick Hanley and Pete Fries - some topflight freshmen will join the varsity ranks. The Wolverines will display a balanced team with depth and quality at each event. Versatile Newcomer Heading the…

…," said Stager. Many Freestylers In the freestyle sprints, the Wolverines will again be laden with power. Stager went so far as to predict that the squad would retain its freestyle sprint relay championship…

May 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

… the audience of his experiences as a Wolverine player. RECALLS PLAYING DAYS AT 'M': Oosterbaan Talks at South Quad Phone NO 2-9442 Fast Carry-Out Service ITALIAN PIZZA .."It's a meal In itself".. 4…

… By MIKE GUILMAN W. Liberty and Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Mich. Former Wolverine coach, Ben- nie Oosterbaan, did a little remi- niscing last night as he spoke be- fore the athletes of South Quad…

… game for the rest of the schedule, and said, "How I wish those days would re- turn!" He, recalled happily that the Wolverines topped Illinois and Grange in his senior year (1927), in a game in which all…

January 15, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…' & YAq.XEM VI/L. LALV1. IVO."Y Wolverines Stop Wildcats, 94-76 Detroit 's Newspap er Strike Settled Kramer Goes On 34-Point Spree To Set New Michigan Scoring Mark Special To The Daily 4…

… EVANSTON, Ill.-Paced by Ron Kramer's record-breaking 34 points, the Michigan basketball squad topped Northwestern 94-76 last night in McGaw Memorial Field House. The victory kept the Wolverines in the thick…

… past MacCarten only to have it hit the pipe and bounce away. The partisan Michigan crowd warmed up to the situation and called for a Wolverine goal as the second period opened. Dick Dunni- gan brought…

February 15, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

…-34 win over Notre Dame, the Wol- verines set down highly-rated Kansas, 80/-33%, and also made a fine showing in the AAU meet January 29. 'M' Swamps Irish Wolverine athletes were out- standing individually…

… expected that Bill Squires, Notre Dame tracksters who had run a 4:10.7 mile the previous week, would pro- vide stiff competition for the fast- stepping Moule. Moule. Wins Easily The Wolverine track captain…

…:15.0. All in all, it was a field day at the field house last Saturday, and Canham is as pleased with the team's performance as anyone. Before going to Michigan State, March 4, however, the Wolverines battle…

…-skating Wolverines shot to within one and one-half points of second place, and are only a half point out of third as a result of thrilling 7-4 and 4-3 wins over the Spartans. Other Contenders Split The Wolverine cause…

March 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

…' First Bill Skinner, Michigan's senior tumbling star, turned in what Coach Newt Loken called the "fin- est performance of his career" to take the Wolverines' only first place in tumbling. ' Finishing off…

Wolverine artist to come close to Vega when he came in second on the parallel bars. Montpetit added other points in free exercise, side- horse and high bar. In humbling the Wolverines, Penn State made it two…

… the iron-man sparkplugs of the Wolverine defense. Hoc key Team To Lose Only Three Graduates' 4 '. By FRED KATZ Special to The Daily EVANSTON - Only those pres- ent in Louisville's dressing room at…

… GILLMAN Ice shavings from the Michigan Coliseum : Fortunately for Wolverine hockey coach Al Renfrew, his loss- es through graduation will be the smallest in recent seasons. Plagued with a lack of depth…

… his own in his last year of play and was chosen by his teammates as the team's Most Valuable Player. The senior forward from Swift Current, Sask. led the Wolverine scoring attack this season with 10…

May 15, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…11 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T '~. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1952 PAGE THREE U M- Wolverine G olfers ,' * * Rip Evans, Lind Pace Michigan , To Easy 20 -6 Victory Special To The…

… Daily DETROIT-Coach Bert Katzen- meyer shuffled his lineup and the revamped Wolverine linksters dealt out a 20%-62 defeat to the University of Detroit at Red Run Course yesterday. 7 Senior Dick Evans…

… the deal on to the player at his left. And that player is Maynard Aris, mentor of an Albion College six which has'piled up seven golf victories in a row. The Wolverines face the Britons in a dual meet…

… here next Monday. --Photo by Jim Parker SHUTOUT TWINS-Wolverine links Captain Dean Lind (left) and Lowell LeClaire both blanked the opposition in yesterday's decisive score over the University of…

… record. If weather conditions are right for the Michigan-Notre Dame dual track meet at Ferry Field Satur- day, the Wolverine Captain will attempt to break 9:00 in the two mile for the first time in his rec…

… emphasized in yes- terday's drills as the Michigan pitchers worked out in preparation for the last home weekend of the season. The Wolverine nine will meet Indiana in a single contest Friday and encounters…

… year, then it is imperative that it capture all three contests this weekend. Following these games, the Wolverines have but three re- maining, two with Wisconsin and one with Northwestern, all away…

January 15, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 81) • Page Image 3

… PAGE THREE SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Swimmers Dunk Purdue, 60-33; Pucksters M in, 4-I Moss, Stager, Lead 'M' To Season's First Win Wolverines Take Eight Out of Ten…

… capacity crowd at the varsity pool. Gus Stager and Charlie Moss combined to pace the Wolverines, who won eight of the ten events in the meet. STAGER, a senior, was the only double wnner of the afternoon…

… second respectively, leaving Thomas with the number three berth. Purdue's only wins of the day came in the 150-yard back- stroke and the 200-yard breast- stroke. Everett Brooks touched out Wolverine Kahn…

… season with- out a defeat and the second in Conference competition. THE FIRST of the series of falls for the Wolverines was turned in by Captain Jim Smith, Conference 136-pound champion as he pinned Bob…

…'t run out. Star Sophomore wrestler for the Wolverines, Larry Nelson, with a near-fall and a reverse in the third period, came from behind in his 128-pound battle to beat Northwestern's George Halas, 9…

… strength from last year's veterans, he said that the Wolverines would begin to con- centrate in earnest now for the opening of the Big Ten title race against Minnesota on February 15. * * * Side Horse - Won…

…'s pucksters made a clean { sweep of their Eastern invasion byr beating down a scrappy Yale Blue club here last night, 4-1, before a capacity crowd of 3800 at the New Haven Arena. Previously the Wolverines had…

… second period to, ice the battle for the Maize and Blue. The first period was a spec- tacle of frustrating Wolverine' offensive play and brilliant net work by the Yale goal tender' Jim Burns who piled up…

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… Scrivanich of Notre Dame, weren't missing the plate by much, but they were missing. The Wolverine lefthander walked nine men while going the distance for the first time this season, and Scrivanich passed seven…

… last';rum of the inning. The Wolverines came back to tie it up with two-run first and second .innings. In the initial frame, Wilber Franklin beat out an infield hit and scored when Scrivanich walked the…

… Big Ten championship. Tough One STARTING CHUCKER - Michigan will attempt to get back on the win trail, today as they travel to Champaign, Illinois. Gor- don Rinekey will toss for the Wolverines as they…

…- rently on top in the Big Ten, faces, Illinois today in what should prove to be the Wolverine's biggest test of the campaign. The match, being held in Cham- paign, will be Michigan's last dual outing of the…

… season. The netters are seeking their fifth consecutive dual-match' victory this spring. 'M' Pacesetters Pacing the Wolverines will be Captain Jon Erickson and sopho- more Gerry Dubie, both of whom turned…

February 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 94) • Page Image 8

… two matches, plus disappointing performances by sonme Wolverine matmen, turned the tide for Iowa. The Hawkeyes' victory was their ninth straight of the season. . Iowa's Bob Moser, runner-up at 123…

… Detroit last niht at Yost Fieldhouse, pilin U. of D's 10. Wolverine Coach Don Canham, all smiles, exclaimed, "It was a terrific meet. Some of the times were truly amazii7g. Many boys ran much better than…

… Michigan weaness. On the still rings Wolverines Nino Marion, Wolf Dozauer and Stall accomplished a sweep of the top three places, all turning in superb routines. Hayslett's two firsts came in the free…

… instead of five. craig Surprised The night's biggest surprise came at 177, where Wolverine K~arl Fink stopped previously un- beaten Jim Craig, 3-2. Other Michigan victories were scored by Jim Blaker at 147…

… injured, and Loken found his return quite encour- aging. "He adds greatly to both our first place potential and gen- eral depth," he declared. The Wolverines will need all the points they can muster…

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… the team's seconds came e Midwest Championships at son, Wis. This second place . qualified them for the Na- I Championships, which were at New Port Beach, Cal. this ier. npeting for the Wolverines ew…

…. Athanas was also the Big Ten individual champion. The Wolverine Soccer Club is a SAILING CLUB , - enters competition campus organization with around, 30 members, about half of whom are foreign students…

… Conference fi- nals was Minnesota's highly-rated Bill Wright, beaten by the same 6- 0 score with which Marchello had begun the season. Declines NCAA Chance The Wolverine grappler, having realized his goal of…

… performed capab ly for his'lack of experience, it is easy to speculate that Zervas would have done better. The third-best Wolverine mat- man of 1958 was junior Larry Murray, who wrestled at various times at…

…. "Fritz" Crisler presented Keen a plaque designating him one of the original members of the n formed Collegiate Wrestling Hall of Fame. The award was made i name of the Helms Foundation. .The Wolverine

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… in 23 games. can clear his status through the here at Broadmoor just two years Other Harvard stars with whom professional hockey league offices ago. In that game the Wolver- the Wolverines must contend…

… third Wolverine NCAA title. the only senior on the squad. sidelined by NCAA officials in the last three days. Tuesday Wally Maxwell and Mike Buchanan were suspended. Meanwhile, the tenth annual NCAA…

… Buchanan for the current NCAA playoffs. This powder-keg was added to by the suspension yesterday of Broadcast Wolverine fans will be able to tune in the semifinal NCAA hockey game tonight. The broadcast of…

… the Michi- gan-Harvard game will be car- ried in the Ann Arbor area by WHRV, 1600 on the dial. It will begin at 10:00 p.m. E.S.T. If the Wolverines win the game, the Saturday evening championship game…

… the tournament as well as its host school. Information circulatedat Colo- rado Springs has strongly hinted that it was Barnes who brought the question of the status of the two Wolverines to the…

February 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…. The league-leading Spartans poured 103 points through the nets, setting a new team mark in the process. And along with the Wolverines' 91, a new Jenison Fieldhouse record for total points in one game…

…-rebounded the Wolverines, 73- 50, and therein lies the telltale clue. Michigan State broke up a rough see-saw battle late in the first half and kept on rolling after intermission to quickly pull away. The…

February 15, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… evident that Michigan's basketball team is go- ingsto wind up the season far from the top of the Big Ten standings --and perhaps close to the bottom. The Wolverines find a little solace in noting that four…

Wolverine entries had to wait un- til the first day of the second semester to become eligible. These three are pole-vaulter Eeles Landstrom and miler Geert Keilstrup, both of whom just turn- ed sophomores…

…, Delta Chii 34 the Wolverines present a formid- able lineup for any opponent. A convincing win this weekend will restore much of the team'sj confidence, and may be just the t9nic they need for the…

… Yost Field House the Wolverines wrest- ing squad extended its winning streak to three by virtue of an 18- 15 edge over visiting Iowa. At the close of the first sem- ester the Michigan matmen, de- fending…

… Big Tep champions, had been the possessors of an overall 0-3 record. However, since the re- turn of Don Haney, 147 pound Conference champion, the fortunes of the Wolverines began to change as they edged…

…- panying three points in the final match to give the Wolverines a victory. Captain Mike Rodriguez, wrest- ling at the 157 pound weight, more than provided the winning margin over Michigan State by pinning…

… his opponent and adding five points to the team total. Both squads won four events; however, all of State's came via decisions, while the Wolverines got two extra points for Rodriguez' fall which gave…

March 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… foreign policy. Opponents con- tended Japan could regain strength faster by playing a mid- dle course between the West and the Communists. Wolverines Bury Gopher Six, 7-3 Haas, Matchefts, Philpott Each Net…

… Two Goals To Pace 'M' Pueksters By PAUL GREENBERG Special To The Daily COLORADO SPRINGS-Coach Vic Heyliger's battling Wolverine pucksters return-to Ann Arbor this afternoon with the big gold trophy…

… as the Maize and Blue fought back from a 2-1 deficit at the end of the fI-st period and went on to win. After the game was over the Wolverines lifted Coach Heyliger to their shoulders, a fitting…

… Campbell to give' John Mariucci's crew its second marker. Trailing 2-1 at the end of the first period, the Wolverines tied it B road ast up at the 6:15 mark .of the second stanza, on Doug Philpott's rebound…

…, heard on Doug Mullen put the Wolverines WHRV, will hit the air at 11155 back on top a short time later by p.m. Monday through Friday driving the puck into the twine starting tomorrow. Hereafter out of a…

… education school will introduce the governor at the convocation hon- oring 403 candidates for teaching certificates. * * * FATLAWING the governor's THE WOLVERINES were a man short four times in the middle…

… offense, and scored at 3:38 with Johnny Matchefts getting the goal to make the score 4-2. Then, keeping the pressure on, the Wolverines stretched their lead to three goals as Jim Haas "inrn - no I ca ulewnr…

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… its 23rd straight triumph yesterday and fourth win without loss over Michigan's Wolverines. The two backs, Al Bollard and Vic Pollock, sparked third and fourth period drives that brpught the Cadets a…

… smashing 27-6 victory before 67,076 fans in -Yankee Stadium. THE WOLVERINES, led by Charlie Ortmann, put on a tremen- dous first half show for the huge crowd, and narrowly missed running the Cadets right off…

… 70,000 was well saturated with Wolverine suppoxt ers who went wild, as Don plunged over in anticipation of a stunning upset, but the men of Blaik were not to be denied. The running o f Army's second…

… tied the count just before the half ended. Fullback Don Dufek plunged for the lone Wolverine score' while Pollock scored twice and Pollard and Jack Martin once each for the Cadets. Michigan received the…

… Army fumbles and the second one was costly for the Cadets. Jim Cain, the Army left half, lost the pigskin on the 34 yard line and Tony Momsen hop- ped on it for the Wolverines. It took the Wolverines

March 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

… become more familiar with the Michigan layout. Host Nine Teams The Wolverines play host to 'Illinois and Iowa on May 2, Pur- due, Ohio State and Nor hwestern on May 9, Indiana on May 11, and Wisconsin…

…. picked up their floor and retired. for another winter, that practice could begin in earnest. Infield Practice Indoors Now with a huge screen set up at one end of the fieldhouse, the Wolverine infield…

… Easter comes early on the calendar, putting the Florida junket just two weeks away. '/Cutdown Soon This year the Wolverines com- peting in the Florida State Uni- versity Invitational at Tallahassee along…

January 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…- ter part of each game, and as a result, the Wolverine trio has raced to the top of the league in individual scoring. Despite being held to 17 points in Monday's 84-74 win over the cellar…

… a Wolverine in a road game, and also shattered the Wis- consin fieldhouse mark. Perigo noted that Tidwell hit his 15 field goals in 21 attempts for a brilliant 71.4 percentage. The genial coach stated…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 87

… first year men), it was in several ways for the Wolverines. :ted to cause little stir in the The 1958 outfit was the last of 38 Ten race. The 7-8 record in Michigan teams to take the fi'eld Conference…

…. The honor of appearing in the most games went to a sophomore from Woodville, Ohio, Al Koch. Although used in relief a great deal of the time, Koch was the Wolverine's third starter and showed a lot of…

…. Stabrylla ambled to the mound, threw three excellent innings, and the Wolverine's most 'effective re- liefer was uncovered. The con- fident little hurler still has'a year's eligibility left despite his…

March 15, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

…. Transferring to the University, the Mu Phi Epsilon member sang in the Bach Choir, played the drums in the Wolverine Band and accompanied Soph Scandals. Miss Paullin will also conduct the musicians as they appear…

…. Also blowing the trumpet will be Pete Fader. Included in Fad- er's musical train experiences are membership in the Marching and Wolverine Bands. He also sings in the Bach Choir and with the Detroit…

December 15, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 66) • Page Image 7

… DECEMBER 15,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY !AGN 8 'M' n de... Harvey Williams By JIM VOGT before he was forced to leave the Like to play center for the game because of an ankle injury. Wolverine cagers…

… for the Wolverines. Cleveland's Herb Score Voted AL's Top Rookie Swimming Enters 37th Year Here By ED BERNREUTER Swimming at the University of Michigan had its beginning in 1919 as an informal club…

… the Wolverine squad to continue their practice throughout the va- cation in preparation for their first collegiate meet of the year- the Big Ten Invitational Meet, held at East Lansing, January 7th. tr…

January 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 81) • Page Image 6

…. meets during the between Semesters break.. The Wolverine tankers will bat- tle the Hawkeyes from Iowa on Faturday afternoon, in the first home dual meet of the year, and then will hit the road, traveling…

… swim in the sprints for Iowa. New Zea- lander Buddy Lucas will partici- pate in the freestyle, while Willy Weber swims breaststroke. * * * STUDENT WILL face teacher when the Wolverine swimmers move on to…

… points to to the Wolverines, 66-61. "move within three tallies of Nchlundt. The Indiana center Purdue now finds itself in the brought his total to 152 by con- cellar as a result of its 67-65 loss mecting…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 38

… the State, which both finished slightly Wolverines' favor: ahead of Michigan in the 1959 1) Last season's team returns Conference meet (50, 45 and 42 virtually intact: only one man, points respectively…

… Corriere in a dual meet earlier in the season. The Michigan sophomore then wrestled to an easy 6-0 victory over Minnesota's Harry Schlieff in the championship bout. Fitzgerald Strong Another Wolverine

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…-end. The Wolverines will board the same plane carrying the Boston University and Boston College squads who are leaving Boston this morning. 83 for an offensive average of 7.6 goals per game against their…

…, were the only two Coloradians who were able to crash into the scoring column in the Tigers' double loss (5-1 and 11-1) to the Wolverines late last month. Juniors Jim Starrak and Mike I 6 I SI I…

May 15, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… State Blasts Way to 8-5, 4-3 Wins; Wolverine Big Ten Title Hopes Fade CCEPT CE GIVE! By RUSS By LYNN TOWLE Special to The Daily ? EAST LANSING - Michigan's Big Ten baseball title chances plummeted…

… as it fell twice under Michigan State's power in a dou- bleheader here yesterday. The Wolverines lost 8-5 and 4-3 dropping them into fourth-place in the Big Ten standings behind Minnesota, Michigan…

…, Michigan State Coach John Kobs played only his starting nine in each game. Gene Snider and Thurston were the big men for the Wolverines in the opener as each man drove in two runs. Snider hit a home run in…

… inning, the sec- ond game was a pitchers' duel, but Dick Idzkowski had more control of the two pitchers. In his six in- ning pitching stint, Dick Peter- john of the Wolverines issued eight bases on balls…

… Honors Special to The Daily EVANSTON, II.-Record break- ing and near record breaking per- formances highlighted the second Annual Big Ten Relays held at Evanston, Ill. yesterday. The Wolverines took team…

… than sec- ond place OSU. Relay Squads Win The Wolverine relay squads also accounted for two first places in the one and two-mile relays. Laird Sloan, Pete Gray, Dick Flodin, and Grant Scruggs turned in a…

April 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… Super- visors, the Bar Association, or Judge Breakey."j IN UPHOLDING the bill, Attor- nev TTihurt Thomnnn mnintains ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1953 MIX PA -7A lGES Wolverines Face Irish…

…'s disappointing Wolverines as they open their 1953 regular season slate. The contest is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. at the Ferry Field ball park. Michigan didn't turn in too impressive a performance on its southern…

… to South Bend. BILL MOGK ... Wolverine Captain * * * Outfielders Roger Braun and Joe Ridge and Shortstop Hal Reilly paced the squad in the hitting de- partment. Braun slammed out 11 hits to post a…

… inaugural performance. South- paw Ritter opened the Wolverines southern jaunt with a well-pitched 6-3 win over Delaware. Fisher intends to stick with the same lineup that he went with in the South and most of…

… seeing limited ac- tion on the southern swing. The Wolverines own a sizeable 43-17 lifetime bulge over the Irish. Last year Jack Corbett stopped them with five hits to earn a 3-0 verdict. Today's contest…

… is one of a two game series, Michigan jour- neying to South Bend on May 14 to play them in their own ballyard. * * * THE GAME with Notre Dame opens a week of intensive action for the Wolverines

January 15, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…, RAIN PRICE FIVE CENTS Chinese Reds Seize 1 rri rican Consulatc. isconsin Wh ips Wolverine agers 3-4 'K') 13,000 See 'M' Dropped Into Second Suprunowicz' 13 High for Losers (Special to The…

… throng of 13,000 persons here. The score was 53 to 41. * * * IT WAS THE first Michigan defeat in three league starts, top- pling the Wolverines from first BOX SCORE ON PAGE 3 place and leaving them in a…

… scoring plays, and when the other Badgers, paced by forward Ab Nicholas, began pouring in baskets over the top of the zone, the Wolverines abandoned it, leaving Rehfeldt free in scoring position…

… the Badgers were capitalizing on openings in their opponents' defense at closet range to the basket. THE FIERY rebounding which marked the Wolverines' victories was totally absent as Wisconsin held…

…, 83-62, in 'their only other loop contest. Biggest Ohio threat is 6 ft. 5 in. Dick Schnittker, a forward, who is averaging 25 points per game so far this season. If the Wolverines have no more luck with…

… Buckeyes, however, are always tough on the home floor, as evidenced by the crush- ing defeat absorbed there by the Wolverines last year. Students Get Phoenix Posts Four students, not listed in yes- terday…

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