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January 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 82) • Page Image 9

…15,190 THE MICHIGAN DAILY BMIEGLMNcoach Amo Bassone's r ecoard His successor, Eldon VanSpy- When Michigan's Wolverines against Michigan teams coached brook, has not quite filled Selin- ace Michigan…

… Renfrew took average of 5.7 goals per game. His ams of the Western Collegiate over the Wolverines, the Spartans average took an especially severe :ockey Association, but it will be have taken six wins…

… tomorrow when they travel to Minnesota and Iowa State in quest of consecutive dual meet victories 29 and 30. The .imminence of impending examinations have forced several Wolverine swimmers to .remain in Ann…

…, Dave Gillanders, Ron Clark, Fred Wolf and Chupk Babcock will be among the cast of Wolverines which is expected to defeat both the Gophers and the Cyclones.. Among the Michigan men re- maining home are…

… Captain Tony Tashnick, John McGuire, Joe Gerlach, Ernie Meissner, and Alex Gaxiola. Remaining Home Following these two meets the Wolverines will have a 15-day lay- off before meeting Purdue, Feb. 1 in…

… the NCAA champion Wolverines in action, that Coach Jack McGuire has ar- ranged to have the meet be moved from Iowa State's, pool in Ames (capacity 200), to a high school pool in Des Moines, 50 miles…

January 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

…- around champion in 1942 at Min- nesota. First of Four The Wolverines tackle the Gophers in the first of four meets between now and the start of the second semester. The other three occur after finals are…

… sometimes depends on individual stars rather than depth this could prove to be quite a problem for the Wolverines. Michigan can counter with all- around men Al Stall, Wolf Do- zauer, and Rich Montpetit, in ad…

… Keen advised his men yesterday as they prac- ticed for tomorrow's dual meet at Ohio State. Michigan has won two of its first three engagements this season, but no Wolverine has been able to score a pin…

… stay at his usual 137 post, and the other Wolverine .137-pounder, Wilf Hil- debrandt, will go at 147. The rest of Keen's lineup is un- changed. Captain .Mike Hoyles is at 123, Dennis Fitzgerald at 167…

February 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

…' Wrestlers attempt overthrow of MSU hold By ANDY BARBAS The Michigan gymnasts usually have tp worry about losing two meets avery year: Michigan State and Iowa. This afternoon, the Wolverines' tangle with the…

… Cech will step onto the mat to face Michigan State's Gary Bissell, thus beginning what has to be the Wolverines tough- est meet this year. In taking on defending Big Ten champion Michigani State at 3…

… effort to place the most favorable odds on their side, the Michigan coaches have altered the Wolverine line-up somewhat. Regulars 123-pound Cech, 130- pound Lou Hudson, Geoff Henson at 137, 145-pound M i k…

… Il- linois last Tuesday, the Wolverines must come down to business at 9:00 tonight in. Iowa City. Michigan beat the tenth-ranked Illini with spectacular passes, tor- rid shooting from the field, and…

… the awesome Illinois front line. Though Iowa has nothing to compare with the Illini's muscle, the Wolverines must come down out of the clouds long enough to try to concentrate on blasting the high…

…." Perhaps Michi- h gan could have used some more t practice, too, as the. Wolverines v have given up an average of 89.3 c markers an outing. John Orr, on tle other hand,; does not seem overly concerned about…

…-4431 Ext. 23 7 ---. Purdue Ohio State Iowa Illinois MICHIGAN Indiana Mich. State Minnesota Wisconsin Northwestern Miller has not forgotten about the Wolverines' past s u c c e s s against the Hawkeyes…

… play- off with Ohio State. The Wolverines would like noth- ing more than to sink the Hawk- eyes once again, as Iowa can ill afford another loss in the race for ' the Big Ten title. The Hawks dropped two…

May 15, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

… R 1 . ' Bv GARY WINERI _ By BOB ZWINCK Acting Contributing Sports Editor The Detroit Titans bowed before the Wolverines in diamond action here yesterday, 3-0. The Michigan batters were at long last…

… though surrendering only seven hits to the Wolverines while striking out nine and Walking only one, Craig gave up the hits in pairs in the third, fourth and sixth inn- ings to account for the trio of…

… other Wolverine hit on a ground-rule double. He belted one between the outfielders that hit near the left- center field fence and skipped over. -M SCORES 'A' GAMES Sigma Phi Epsilon 7, Phi Gamma Delta 0…

….) By TOM ROWLAND Michigan's tennis team is off for the Big Ten tournament at Evan- ston tomorrow, faced with an on- slaught of tough challengers as the Wolverines go after their fifth straight conference…

… championship. The meet begins tomorrow morning at 9:00 and will carry through to the final action on Sat- urday afternoon. If the Wolverines do cop the crown again this spring it will be the first time in the…

… Hopes The Wolverines will pin hopes on a sophomore-laden team at the conference tourney after the loss of three seniors from last year's squad that won the title by 10 points over trailing Northwestern…

…- fending Big Ten champ on the number two singles court but only competed in two conference meets for the Wolverines this spring after a trip to the Pan American Games. The 5'5" Canadian found rough going on…

… Fauquier's return, where he compiled a 5-2 record of northern play before dropping down to number three. Flood is the only Michigan racketman still unde- feated in Big Ten play; since the Wolverines returned…

…'s Tom Clark merely repeated this performance by taking 2points over Doug Swartz on scores of 77 to 78. Ninth Man Playing as the ninth man in tt- meet, the Wolverines' Eric Du- lenberg teed off as a twos…

January 15, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… of the visitors' locker room, and the Wolverines lost their third straight conference game yesterday to a poised Illinois team, 99-93. Harry Combes' Illini, strifed by the pre-Christmas suspension of…

… the Blue couldn't ,get back within striking distance. The Wolverines scratched back to within four points 85-81, but SStops1 I owa, 7970 By The Associated Press Michigan State, employing a balanced…

… plays basketball. I don't tell him to let up. However, both he and Pitts lost their energy in the second half and the Wolverine attack slowed down. Before the second period got under way, it was Pitts…

… CHAMPAIGN-In one of the closest meets in history, Michi- gan's gymnastic team remained undefeated by slipping past Illi- yesterday, 190.825-190.7. After the match, Wolverine coach Newt Loken said, "we are…

… long. The Wolverines, six-time de- fending Big Ten champs, reeled off victories in the next three everts. The Fuller brothers, Phip and Chip, placed first and second respectively in the floor exercise…

… event 26.8 to 26.1 to double its small lead. Pillow The Wolverines further cushion- ed their advantage when sopho- more Dave Jacobs out jumped teammate Wayne Miller, last year's world champion, by rolling…

… parallel bars with a 9.35 score. Wolverines Dick Richards and Vander Voort placed second and third in the exercise. 2. Rollo (I) 9.3; 3. Holveck (1) 9.25; 4. Miller (M) 9.2. HIGH BAR--1. Weber (1) 9.6; 2…

…-way tie for first place honorsnwith Michigan's Clark Chilvers and Rich Kenney each marking 9.25, as did Illinois' Mark Kaplan. The event ended in a tie score of 27.4 points for each team and the Wolverines

February 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

…-3 count and saw their chance to lead the Big Ten and (to gain ground in the WCHA race fade away. The Wolverines fell behind al- most immediately as Bill Klatt of the Gophers popped in a goal with only 58…

… seconds gone in the con- test. The Wolverines were able to tie the contest twice. afterward. but never were able to gain a lead and spent a frustrating night try- ing to catch the Gophers, a team known for…

… fashion as was the first. Klatt will not be allowed to play in to- beat Wolverine netminder Jim nighit's game. Keough with only 15 seconds gone Although this hurts both' clubs in the final period, just as…

… he had it could be particularly harmful done in the beginning of the game, to the Wolverines. Gamsby leads The closeness of the contest Michigan's top scoring line atnd showed up in the teams' record…

…-' festivities. * Purdue, sunk easily; '1M' awaits Indiana WOLVERINE GOALIE, Jim Keough effectively blocks the puck with his leg as a Minnesota forward slides into the net. Defenseman Paul Domm (10) waits to…

… double win- ner for the Wolverines. The soph- a more d'istance freestyler took the 500 yard freestyle in 5:09.2 and the 1000 freestyle in 10:43.5, In the 200 yard freestyle, Mike O'Connon and George"P e ac…

May 15, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

… PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA~i1nAYMA 5_ I, AQU1 Wolverines Lose Lead in Baseball... t t r; k , 4 0 Michigan State hitting bested Michigan pitching yesterday and the 6-3 result cost the…

Wolverines undisputed possession of first place in the Big Ten. Ohio State beat Iowa 3-0 to pull even with Michigan in the stand- ings. Both teams have 8-2 records, while MSU at 7-3 now trails the leaders by…

… Juday laid a perfect bunt down the third base line while runners on first and second were both go- ifg., Wolverine third sacker Dan DiNunzio nailed Juday at first on arclose play, but Bob Speer crossed…

…, way and was seldom in trouble. The Wolverines drew first blood on an unearned run in the open- ing inning. Bob Gilhooley walked and Sizemore was safe on a field- ing error by third baseman John…

…--Michigan netmen pick up now will make the title continued their bid to head into that much easier to get. the Big Ten Conference Meet on One Tough Match top of the league as they took 12 The Wolverines had only one…

… straight matches yesterday at difficult match yesterday. Hal Columbus. Lowe was behind Illinois' Jerry Johnston 4-2 after dropping the The Wolverines played a regular first set 7-5, but he came back dual…

…, 66 match points to 58, Stewart (M) def. John Sisson, 6-2, but the Wolverines have played 6-4; Hal Lowe (M) def. Jerry John stan, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3; George Russell six fewer matches. (M) def. Jim Dawson, 7…

… Blooming- ON THE BOUNCE Wolverine gymnast Fred Sanders has been selected to the third team of the 1965 Collegiate All-American Gymnastics Teams by a panel of past presidents of the National Association of…

January 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 92) • Page Image 6

…i PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 15.1966 I icers Triumph 4-2; Gymnasts Romp 4 FRATERNITY Wolverines Roll to Fourth Consecutive WCHA Victory…

… to know. His Colorado Tigers had just come off the ice last night with a 4-2 loss to the Wolverines. Last night's win moved the Wol- verines into solid possession of second place in the WCHA with a 4…

… occasion 16 and eight times re- spectively. Many of the saves were in the spectacular category, and the first =20 minutes were score- less. Wolverine. Bill Lord broke the spell at 2:51 of the middle stanza…

…'s Doug Clark, who had taken a rinkwide pass from Reink- ing at the 16 minute mark. The Wolverines iced the game at 17:46, but not before several saves by Herman kept the Wol- verine advantage. Bruce Koviak…

… his stick, and then followed it into the net with a slide that Maury Wills would have been proud of. Largest Crowd The largest home crowd of the season for Michigan, 1890, saw the Wolverines outshoot…

… meet against Ohio State The Wolverines were impres- last week," praised a happy Loken. sive. An overflow crowd of fans i "I still think the boys are capable thought so. Even the frustrated of 9.0 or…

… balanced strength on the still s in the improved play- of the Wild- rings where Rich Blanton barely S cats. Tiberi replaced senior Dave edged out Chilvers for the win. 0 Milam who quarterbacked the Wolverine

March 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

… shot at the title," Orr stated, "if we had had a big man who could've played t h e pivot. As it was, we went with an open-court attack all year. Without thatbig center, t h e Wolverines began the…

… State. But we lost to Minnesota up there, and this has to be one of the biggest disappointments since we expect- ed to beat them." The Wolverines did, however, manage to beat Iowa and Indiana in overtime…

…-UNION By ANDY BARBAS Executive Sports Editor Second fiddle usually has a lousy tune to play. Wolverine gymnast Chuck Froe- ming hates playing second fiddle to Iowa's Don Hatch. "I'm always shooting to b e a…

… Division W L T Pts. GF GA 41 17 11 93 234 180 38 15 14 90 261 186 36 24 8 80 201 174 33 25 10 76 218 187 30 22 14 74 204 181 30 30 7 67 243 215 West Division WOLVERINE GYMNAST Charlie Froeming executes an L…

March 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

…- (Continued from Page 1) ment," hit on a turn around jump shot to put the Wolverines up by three.' But Ohio wasn't finished. Haley drove in for a layup with 12:47 left to play and the sore was knotted at 43-all…

… a layup, putting the score at 51-43 and out of reach of the challenging Bobcats. The Wolverines kept a lead of at least ten for the last seven minutes and coasted to the 12- point margin. Russell…

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… into the NCAA semifinals last night as Coach Dave Strack's Wolverines dropped Ohio University 69-57. Next on the agenda for the senior captain and his Big Ten champ Wolverines is Kansas City to face Duke…

… Knights of Co- lumbus indoor track meet last night. Reid 'tied a 1963 meet record time of :05.2 set by Paul Dray- ton as he kicked, past Barry and Mel Posie of the Cleveland Strid- ers. Meanwhile, Wolverine

January 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…. (Continued from Page 1) honesty is what I had hoped for," he said. The Wolverines again were hampered by penalties, and also by the loss of wingers Joe Lung- hamer anid Carl White for the last part of the game…

… heavyweight Karl Fink round out a determined Wolverine squad that hopes to increase its national stature at the expense of Pitt's Panthers, the class of the East. period, was held from action as a safety…

… measure. Minnesota, as on Friday, took an early lead, but this time the lackadasical Wolverines couldn't do anything about it as Minnesota repeatedly fired point blank shots at Butts. The young sophomore…

… net minder Mike Larson. Only once during the period was he forced to make more than a routine save. Penalty-shy The Wolverines, possibly afraid of a repeat performance of Fri- day night's game in which…

… have spelled the end for the Wolverines. Fired by a between-period pep talk, Michigan immediately took the play away from the Gophers as the second period started. Red... Unassisted The pressure paid…

… huge partisan crowd. The Wolverines take on the Gophers again next week end on home ice in the last series before exam-fever again hits the Michi- gan campus. -AP Wirephoto LET'S NOT BE RUDE-Tangled up…

… team strength, the fac- tor which won the Wolverines the Big Ten championship last year. The standout of the meet was sophomore Warren Uhler, who set a new pool record of 4:35.4 on the 440-yd. freestyle…

… anticipated," stated Stager. "I'm satisfied." Next Friday and Saturday the Wolverines will take on teams from Iowa' State and Minnesota. Pender Keep s Tainted Title BOSTON P)-Classy Paul Pen- der of Brookline…

December 15, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 73) • Page Image 6

… also will enter seven wrestlers unattached. Last year Michigan entered only four men, but still finished second to Pittsburgh. TheWolverines will meet Pitts- burgh at Ann Arbor on January 6 in their…

… looks on. The two points did little to help the Wolverine ,cause, however, as the score in the background indicates. The Falcons won, 77-67. ROUGH GAME: Falcon Coach Notes Aggressiveness; Impressed with…

Wolverine Strength 4 I I Commenting on the roughness of the game Anderson said, "We expected this game to be rough. The Big Ten allows more body contact than we (Mid-American Conference) do. But we were…

… tell whose homecourt it was. -Daily-Bruce Taylor SEEKING THIRD STRAIGHT - Wolverine two-time Big Ten wrestling champ, Fritz Kellerman goes after his third straight win in today's away meet with Indiana…

… Tournament In Wilkes- Barre. Last year, the Wolverines finished second in the tourna- ment, STRIKES OUT: Manrs Fais To Sign I OPPORTU N ITI ES FOR EE, ME, PHYSICS AND MATH MAJORS AS FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERS…

April 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 165) • Page Image 11

… Detroit 9-3. This weekend, as spring continues to grow, the Wolverines are sched- uled to play Central Michigan in a doubleheader Saturday taking place at Ferry Field at 1:30 p.m. That's Not All This is by…

….m. game on Friday, April 22, at Ferry Field. The next day, Michigan, runner- up last year, will match skills with the defending conference champs, Ohio State, at 1 p.m. After that, the Wolverines will…

…- cive place for the holding of a track meet-or a practice for that matter. And- this isn't meant to be an- other slam against much-abused Yost. A Wolverine thinclad will tell you that the air indoors…

… months. Now, it appears that the worst is over (both weather-wise and perform- ance-wise), with the Wolverines chalking up several successes in their outdoor debut last week. Attribute the records to the…

… larger track, the mental exaltation of performing outside, or better conditionining, but the first tulip couldn't burst into bloom more brilliantly than the Wolverine cindermen performed last week at the…

January 15, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

…-7. The Wolverines now own a Bert Merical, who has now won conference record after de- seven straight this year, took care ng Indiana 20-9 in Bloom- of Curt Imrie in easy fashion. 7-1, n, last week. in the…

…. Kam- nstant trouble throughout the man, who has only lost one this part of the match and kept year while winning six gave the g off the match to avoid Wolverines a 17 point scoring . He came on stroong…

February 15, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…, high bar and parallel bars and hopes for an abrupt about-face year have exceeded his last year's against the Wolverines.! Sttae has eight lettermen back# from last year's squad, which went undefeated…

… national rankings, just ahead of Wolverine standout Phip Fuller. Ring-Ding On the still rings, MSU boasts three more top-flight performers. Ed Gunny placed first in the NC- AA finals, while Larry Goldberg…

…, Thor and Ed Witzke, and Gerry Moore. Cliff Chilvers and Rich Kenney, the two Wolverine mainstays on the rings, face a severe test in the likes of Gunny, Croft and Gold- berg. Vanden Broek. Scott Paris…

…, Mike Sasich and Gary Vander Voort will be matched against MSU's fourcome of Gunny, Thor, Diehl and Norm Haynie. Uphill Battle best, Thor and Diehl. If there is1 one event in which the Wolverines should…

… be rated as favorites, it's on the trampoline where Dave Ja- cobs, Vic Conant and Mike Zadel should outpoint Thor, Aure and Keith Sterner. The Wolverines will be hamper- ed in one respect tomorrow, for…

February 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

… net where Cole1 fired home a 25-foot screen shot that sailed over the left shoulder of Michigan State's goalie Harry Woolf. Second Score The Wolverines added a second goal at the 4:07 mark of the third…

…. The Wolverines are on top of the conference with a 7-1 mark while the Hoosier record leaves them embedded in the cellar. But Indiana, thus far in its disappoint- On the Air Today's Indiana basketball…

…- son in Wolverine history except for the 1918-19 team which had an 18-6 mark. The 17-2 record with which would'result from a win to- day surpasses four 16-game win- ning seasons, the latest before last…

… season being that of 1947-48 when the Wolverines won their last Big Ten championship. Indiana juniors Dick and Tom VanArsdale and Jon McGlocklin all are within the league's top 20 scorers. Dick leads his…

… Rebound The Michigan gymnastics team challenges Wisconsin this after- noon in Madison hoping to' re- bound from last week's dual meet loss to Iowa and Illinois. On paper the Wolverines rate slim favorites…

… sophomore Johannesen has been coming along quite well and should give Parker a real good battle. Number Four? The Wolverines' Gary Wilcox will be seeking his fourth pin of the season against John McCar- thy…

… difficult foe in the person of Joe Greenlee. Green- less is another Hawkeye with an undefeated season so far this year. Also to his credit are three pins in his eight wins. SThe Wolverines' Big Ten champ Rick…

…. Nine More The Wolverines boasted nine other individual winners last night-Cliff Nuttall and Joe Ma- son in the hurdles; Des Ryan, Jay Sampson and Ted Kelly in the middle distances; Mac Hunter and Dore…

… sat there with our mouths open." So said Michigan's swimming captain, Jeff Moore, after Minne- sota defeated the Wolverines, 57- 48, .yesterday in Big Ten swim- ming action. After opening losses in the…

April 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

… Committee Allotment WOLVERINES . batter up Wolverines Smash WSU With 15 Hits By BRIAN MacCLOWRY All these things we've been hearing are true. About the Wolverine baseball; team, that is. Down at Ferry Field…

… yesterday power laden Michigan smashed out 15 hits--including three home runs-to make it a miserable TGIF for Wayne State University. The score was 14-8, but it wasn't that close. The Wolverines didn't even…

…, although it prob- ably wouldn't have mattered. Strausberger worked the first See WOLVERINES, Page 6 GOP Defeats tax Program Special to The Daily IQC Sets Conference: Administrators, faculty members and…

April 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…THE. MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1961 WORE THEIR HITTING SHOES: Wolverines Clobber Wayne State (Continued from Page 1) five innings and was…

… a runless first inning Spal- la put Michigan in front to stay when he massaged a fast ball over the right-center field fence leading off the second. The Wolverines picked up three more in the third on…

April 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…STX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1960 SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1960 Wolverines Face Eastern; Six Hurlers To See Action Montreal Sweeps Toronto, 4-0 By HAL APPLEBAUM…

… Michigan baseball coach Don Lund, seeing pitching as his big- gest problem, will get a chance to test his depth on the mound this weekend as his Wolverines host Eastern Michigan today and to- morrow…

… down swinging at one of Dennis McGinnis' offerings in Tuesday's 16-0 Michigan win. Catching Is Wolverine Dick Syring. Today a trio of Don Lund's hurlers hope to do as well against Eastern Michigan…

March 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 138) • Page Image 7

… TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAnv Ar v TUE$DAY, MARCH 15, 1966 THE 1~HCHIGAN DAILY 1a ┬úL AL' OVLI Season s Closing Ends Wolverine Cage Era / By CHUCK VETZNER Acting Sports…

… seasons." The Wolverines may yet win that coveted NCAA title. But the people who were around to see Michigan beat Ball State and lose to Kentucky won't ever forget Number 55 winging upwards to Select Dill…

February 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

…, may be ready to providea burst of power-in addi- tion to extra mileage. Unlike the reserves of Caesar's legions who were called into action only when the frontline faltered, the Wolverine reserves have…

… championship Wolverine nto S teams and is still a reserve this season. However, Strack has been plugging him in for John Clawson at forward with "no hesitation" in the conference games. "He made an important…

… was pleased with the Wolverines' per- formance. Especially satisfying were the performances of the two- mile and one-mile relay teams. Both teams qualified for the NCAA championships in Detroit, March…

Wolverines had the lead, Coffin opening it to 20 yards. Then, Elmo Morales took over and ripped off a 1:54 half mile to gain the fastest Michigan se ment, but the Irish closed the go to only five yards. Notre…

…:39.9. Falcons Fly The mile relay team reeled o a 3:17.8 timing, finishing hot c the heels of the Air Force Acad my. g- Several outstanding individual ap Wolverine efforts were sprinkled e's throughout the meet…

November 15, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

… a touch- down, a present from the Wolverines.' Iowa quarterback Gary Snook stepped back to pass and threw to Bill Laskey, Mike Bass, and Rick Volk. It was the wrong team at the receiving end, a gift…

Wolverines recovered fou fumbles-all of them on the sam spot at the Iowa 24-and used tw of them for touchdowns. That' real Midwestern hospitality. Iowa end Karl Noonan cut dow Ifield, dove for Snook's 13-yar…

… half points to beat the Hawk g eyes, 34-20, here yesterday after noon before some 50,000 partisa s fans. A whiff of roses floated past th d Wolverine bench as the Minne d sota-Purdue score came over th s…

… really set the Iowan back on their heels. The big senior rolled up 120 yards on 20 carries and battered his way for a 62-yard ru battered his way for a 62-yard run and three touchdowns. The Wolverines

…; Laskey jumped on Snook for a seven-yard loss, and Gary Simpson's fourth-down field goal went wide on a 30-yard at- tempt. The Wolverines took over at the 20, but on the second play Ward's double fumble…

… third among Wolverine rushers with 438 yards. CHARGES ISRAELI AGGRESSION: Syria Asks for UN Meeting - next fall." n UNITED NATIONS (AP)-Syria asked yesterday for an urgent e meeting of the United…

March 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

… Devils Friday In Tournament at Kansas City By TOM WEINBERG Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-Just two more wins and Michigan is the king. The Wolverines are the basketball champions of the Mideast Regional…

… of the NCAA by virtue of their 69-57 victory over Ohio University here last night. The Wolverines will go to Kansas City next weekend to meet Duke's Blue Devils Friday night in the semifinals of the…

December 15, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… best defensive effort of the seasoin to pin a 68-57 loss on Idaho's invading Vandals last night before a sparce and somewhat quiet turnout of 1,500 onlookers at Yost Field House. The Wolverines turned a…

… he main- tained his intention was "to make See MOSCOW, Page 3 on the year. Tidwell Sets Pace As usual, captain John Tidwell paced the Wolverine offensive at-j tack as he picked up 21 points to nab…

… scoring honors for the night. The senior guard, ranked third among Big Ten players prior to last night's game with a 24.5 aver- age, paced the Wolverine attack in the first half with 11 points, most- ly on…

… Tidwell getting all five of his first-half field goals in a nine- minute span and the Wolverines working their patterns almost to perfection, Michigan shot ahead and led by 11 points with 7:46 remaining in…

… the half. However, "M" started getting a little overanxious after that, com- mitting numerous fouls and mak- ing several errors, permitting the Vandals to close the gap. Idaho outscored the Wolverines

…, high for his team, and played the entire game until he fouled out with 1:09 remaining. Michigan lived up to its repu- tation of being a second-half team See WOLVERINES, Page 6 Ford FiRs In As President…

October 15, 1961 (vol. 73, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…. The halting seemed always to come to late for the Wolverines. MOCK ATOMIC WAR: Defense Drill Proves Successful Public Colleges Urged To End Student Fees. Public universities and colleges should charge…

… oncoming youth Wolverines- Maier, '63, explained yesterday.. However, the Arabs' complaint was more than an attempt to stifle discussion. The objections seem' to be reasonable because all the facts about…

… and the picket ships the north. The "kill" was made in .e invaders and flashed the vicinity of Goose Bay, Labra- to the mainland. Jet dor. Michigan's Bennie McRae on the Wolverine 31. From then on the…

…, but there the attack was stym- ied. The Wolverines picked up 101 yds. as compared to State's 105 in the second half and yielded only a single touchdown, early in the last, quarter. State picked up 295…

… workhorse of the game with 16 carries and 57 total yds. plus a touchdown. Fumbles played a key role in the Wolverine defeat, as they lost the ball three times via bobbles. See MSU, page 6 Strike, Action OAK…

March 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

…'t been here all afternoon. There wasn't much reason for him to come down." He was right there. The season ended last weekend. It ended on a somewhat sour note, with the Wolverines dropping a ttal…

… has a colorful history. It includes more than its share of national championships and the all-time Wolverine per-( centage of ice wins is still tops in the west. Renfrew played in the days when that…

… record was in the making.- Lettering in 1946,7,8,9, Renfrew played on teams that compiled a1 68-17-6 mark, and in his senior campaign, the Wolverines won 19,1 lost one, and tied three. This single…

… season's wrap-up was disheartening, but the fact remains that after four years, Renfrew brought home a winner. During the regular season, the Wolverines posted a 16-9-1 mark, far outstripping last season…

…'s is that he's too easy-going.,. He didn'thave to schedule Denver four times, but he wanted Ann Arbor puck-fans to have a chance at seeing the best team. in the country. As a result, the Wolverines are…

March 15, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

… burst. Ohio State, Minnesota and Detroit dumped Michigan in three straight games in the month of January. But the Wolverines came back to finish the season with six wins out of their last ten encounters…

…. These upsets were over two of the three teams which finished ahead of the Wolverines in the final stand- ings, co-champion Illinois and third place Indiana. On the surface, eight losses is quite a few for…

… a successful sea-C son, particularly when six of them1 are in conference play. But delv-t ing a little deeper into the situa-l tion it becomes apparent that al- most all the Wolverine losses weret…

March 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 133) • Page Image 8

… handicapper Phil Diamond called them. Michigan's 67-48 margin over Wisconsin brought the admission from a handful of Wisconsin re- porters and track buffs that the Wolverines would have won the meet even if the…

… could have gone to either team. The Wolverines raked in indi- vidual championships from Kent Bernard (600-yard run), Ted Kelly (880-yard run), Des Ryan (mile run), Roger Schmitt (shot put) and Al Ammerman…

March 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

…, Ryun is expec pete in the mile finals Michigan's Olympiar chinskl, garnished fou the Wolverines by fir ond in the half-mile. finishing in 1:52.5, wa by Villanova's Frank R ran a 1:51.1. Another Wolverine

… squad will run strongly favored Villa but they may b'e able t points. Another: Wolverine Larry Wolf, will com pole vault today. The strong one, led by O 1967 NCAA champion gren. Villancva's Larry J San…

…. Colo- rado State U., 18-6, unranked, 4:15 p.m. Far West Regional At Los Angeles UCLA, 26-1, No. 1, vs. Santa Clara, 27-1, No. 3, 6:15 p.m. WOLVERINE TRACKMAN Gary Gold begins his kick in the last lap of…

April 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

…'s all squad yesterday." h hopes of a 1-egulation vic- oday, Michigan's baseballers ey to Kalamazoo for a game Western Michigan. Wolverines were' aheadF 6-5' Titan Tie... ECHIGAN AB .R Oslo, 2b 410 zemore…

… inning with a double. Dave Campbell drew a walk, to give the Wolverines men on first and second with only one out, but Detroit settled down and retired the side. Bob Gilhooley, sophomore out- fielder, led…

March 15, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

… played five times this season with Michigan winning, three. t The Huskies, however, with their two victories, managed to keep' the Wolverines from both first place in' the Western Collegiate Hockey…

…-MPlayoff Finals The Michigan gymnastics team will send five men to the NCAA championship meet March 30 and 31, at Albuquerque, N.M. The five making the trip for the Big Ten champion Wolverines will be Captain Tom…

July 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

… work. Wolverine Worldwide Inc., Rockford, Mich.: Industrial Engineer, BS, no exper., mgmt, engr. area. Digital Equipment Corporation, May- nard, Mass,: Mktg. Spec., MBA, Sol. engrg., or math degree and…

August 15, 1968 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

… Indiana, Ohio State, and Minnesota, need no real introduction to Wolverine fans. They all showed great strength last year, they all put on a tremendous struggle for the 1967 conference crown, and they all…

March 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 133) • Page Image 5

… AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION - "Where marginal prices buy quality diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663- 7151. F73 DO YOU have a Wolverine ticket to New York that you wish to sell? Call Zina-5-9761, Ext. 258. F…

July 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…. B.S. in E.E. with ability in tech. writing. Wolverine Tube. Detroit. B.S. in Chem. or Metallurgical Eng. University of Connecticut. Graduate Asst. in M.E. spend half time in the teaching and research…

May 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… first game yesterday as the Ohio State shortstop overthrew fiirst baseman Dave Mason. Syring scored Michigan's first run minutes later as he rode in on Gene Struczewski's homer. The Wolverines won this…

June 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

… Michigan and is considered by many to be the best Wolverine player ever. Among other achieve- ments Berenson set the Michigan record for goals in a season, 43, was twice named to the All- American team, was…

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