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February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'s great series sweep of Michigan Tech last week was a great show, but can the Wolverines follow it when rival Colorado College hits town this weekend? Anyone who saw the Wolverines play last weekend would…

…- been doing for the Wolverines th ers have found the going tough season. The outspoken sophomor against the Wolverines, who have center is the leading scorer fc the size and strength to handle Michigan…

… the playoffs, the W feels that Colorado may have a bit verines are fortunate that the more speed than the Wolverine: icers. But he also feels that he has a definite physical edge, and after Gary Kardos…

… Minnesota - Duluth. he Coming off last weekend, though, ee the Wolverines have to feel that ol- they can beat anyone. All they ey have to do is prove it. Minnesota Manrn men One area where Michigan's in- 1…

… coach Jeff Sauer knew very little of the Wolverines' individual players, but Moore was an excep- tion. Sauer considers him out- standing. . : i 1 , : .; fl ,(. ( . . i ! , i By BILL CRANE The Michigan…

…- night and offers little or no com- petition for the Wolverines. Mich- igan Coach Gus Stager says, "This may be the worst Minne- sota team in vear meets as decision - making events where diving coach Dick…

… Kimball and I have to limit our squad and decide what will be best for the team," Stager said seriously. Tomorrow the Wolverines do face some tough competition in a hot Ohio State team. The Buck- eyes are…

… Jim Nahrgang (2) in last Saturday's 4-3 Wolverine victory. Tech goalie Jim Warden (hidden) smothered the puck, thwarting Fal- coner and his teammates on this offensive thrust. This weekend the…

May 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

Wolverines cap- tured their 12th consecutive Big Ten title Sunday in Columbus, Ohio. The weather conditions changed drastically from day to day, but the Wolverines play did not as they steadily won four of six…

… strength to snag a doubles title. The Michigan team ably defeated Michigan State's Matt Sandler and Jeff Wickman 6-3,6-4. " The tournament was not all roses fora the Wolverines, however, as their num- ber…

Wolverine men- tor would be at a loss to come up with anything. Sheperd's netters ran away with the team trophy, beating Central Michigan, 9-0, and Michigan State, 7-2, in East Lansing, and then returned home…

…. In the all-Michigan semifinals, Kar- zen defeated Weber, the Wolverines' number two player, while Stodghill downed Fischley to set up the Karzen- Stodghill matchup'for all the marbles, Karzen coming…

January 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… called Kladno. This team is the National Champion team of Czechoslovakia. Over half of the team will be on the Czecho- slavakian Olympic team. Although the Wolverines lost 5-3, hardly anyone will contest…

… Blue. Earlier in the season, the Wolverines had the oppor- tuniity to play against the United States Olympic team. It was a two game series and the Wolverines split with the Nationals, winning Friday…

… more talented. Against the U.S. Olympic team, it was like playing a WCHA team." Wolverine tankpeers meet tough Saluikis Almost half of the Olympic team originates from the WCHA. Its coach is Wisconsin…

… unprecedented time. This one was in the 200-yard butter- fly, which was a time of 1:50.331. Last year, he finished sixth in the NCAA Champion- ships' 200-yard butterfly with a 1:49.678 clocking. Wolverine Alan Mc…

…Clatchey will be battl- ing Delgado. Dave Swenson, who finished seventh in the,1650-yard free- style in the NCAA's last year at 15:34.989, is another Saluki that may give the Wolverines prob- lems. Last year…

…, seemed to be impressed with the play of the Michigan hockey team. He even hinted that the Wolverines were better in some areas than the United States team. "I think he was being diplomatic," Farrell…

…) appreciated some of our system 'of play." Volf said of the Wolverines, "I was very impressed with the- University of Michigan team, especially its concept of the game. No puck is ever lost to your boys." An…

… States Olympic team prepares for Inns- bruck, Austria, it is interesting to note that no Michigan players are on the team. That does not mean the Wolverines were scorned. According to Farrell, the National…

… Volf meant what he said when he felt the Wolverines were as good if not betterthan the United States Olympic team, Czechoslovakia and Russia will Contribute to be glad that Michigan remains in America…

February 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

…'s basketball game between the Wolverines and the University of Wisconsin Badgers, it appeared that neither team had much of a desire to win the contest. The assumption proved correct for only one squad, however…

…, as the Badgers decided not to throw the game away and beat the Wolverines 84-74. Wisconsin was aided along the way by a terrible per- formance by the Wolverines who did all they could not to win. Ahead…

February 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…'s shot at 'the buzzer to avoid overtime for the Wolverines, and it marked the end to a disasterous three game losing streak that Michigan's hopes for a Big Ten title. In that contest the Wolverines were…

…!" Orr added. "The biggest thing is to convince the kids that they can still be right back in- to it," added assistant Bill Frieder: "A million things can still happen." WOLVERINE VALES: Marty $od- nar was…

… able to shoot during yester- day's practice and may see action against the Wildcats . . . This is the 100th meeting between Northwestern and Michigan, with the Wolverines holding a 58-41 advantage…

… ... Michigan has won 17 of the last 18 meetings . .. the last Northwestern victory was a 199- 87 triumph over the.then topranked177 Wolverines. THE LINEUPS NORTHWESTERN -MICHIGAN Rich Falk Daily Photo by…

… 17 games, the 5-9, 170-pound Wolverine partially blames himself for Michigan's problems this season. "You can't look back and fault other people," said Lerg. "You have to look at yourself and look at…

… us some offense. Unfortunately, what we gained there, we lost in Eaves."'I Consequently, although Lerg is scoring consistently, the Wolverines' chances for post-season action are ex- tremely slim…

…." Special to The Daily DETROIT - The women's basketball team was clobbered by the University of Detroit Titans, 91-55, in a game played last night in Calihan Hall. The Wolverines simply could not keep up with…

… on favorite. We should place three people in the top six in vir- tually every stroke, and with this kind of depth I don't think they can beat us." M Although the Wolverines suffered two losses in as…

May 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

… track it was one, two and up." separated by a half game margin. Michigan's sweep of Iowa on Sunday, 3-1 The Wolverines came out on top 2-1 in the nightcap behind the two-hit and 2-1, eliminated the…

… Capoferi. weekend in a home and home series. Wisconsin has second place nailed down, and the Wolverines must take two from the Spartans to end up with the best winning percentage. The Blue squad's numerous…

… from Ohio State, for a score tion, Wolverine Steve Maddalena, a of 290 for the tournament. Cook turned freshman from Jackson, was named to in an identical score last year to claim the All-Conference team…

May 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

… rookie test before the opening day of qualifications. Guthrie has been unable to complete the last phase of the required driving test because of mechanical difficulties and rain. SEVERAL WOLVERINES ADVANCE…

… in team three events. yesterday. totals with 25 points. Indiana Michigan and Wisconsin have with a first in long jump and been touted as favorites for this However, 11 Wolverines, plus a second in…

… State heading into today's action at the Big Ten tennis championships. Number five singles player Buddy Gallagher was the lone Wolverine victim yesterday as unseeded Daven Patten upset him, 6-2, 6…

… Saturday, 5-4. inals Wisconsin, as did the Wolver- ines, qualified 11 members and their 440-yard relay team, while Illinois qualified seven and their 440-yard relay team. Wolverine qualifiers in the 800…

… :40.84. Today's hottest action will be at number one and three doubles as the Wolverines meet the Buckeyes. Competi- tion continues through Sunday. In singles, Friedler, seeded third, will take on…

February 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

… to the team concept the Wolverines were employing. The strength of Michigan's team is in its teamwork. With the possible exception of Rickey Green, Michigan has no super- star or super-gunner. Yet…

…, Michigan can still play even with any team in the nation, as it proved last weekend when the Wolverines shocked tfle nation with a near-upset of number-one ranked Indiana. Wolverines play team ' D I HE…

… offense On offense, all five starters average in double figures. doom for the Wolverin Green heads the list with over twenty points a game, but the last night, as they fel other four starters are grouped…

January 15, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 87) • Page Image 10

… the Illini all afternoon, the Wolverines finally succumbed to the combined deadly free-throw shooting of Illinois' guard Rob Judson as well as their own inability to hit from the line and absor- bed a…

… 6541 defeat. It was Michigan's first loss of the Big Ten season after three victories, and dropped the Wolverines out of a first place conference tie. JUDSON, WHO played in nearby Adrian for two years as…

… DAVE BAXTER drives against Illini forward Mark Smith (42) in yesterday's 65-61 Wolverine loss. Baxter scored eight points for the game. ore by Periods 26 33 35 61 32 i 65 DROP FIFTH STRAIGHT, 5…

… Hoover and State approx. Decem- ber 3rd. And information should be di- rected to the Michigan hockey team. Without their offense the Wolverines dropped their fifth league game in a row, 5-3, in a…

… the puck into the crowd after play had stopped. Dan Lerg scored a goal, the Wolverines first power-play tally in their last 23 attempts, at 9:37. ' Twenty-two seconds later John Olver knotted the score…

… from Gordie Ham- pson and Mark Miller. Michigan was . back but nothing had changed. That was to be the Wolverines only serious challenge. THE BLUE defense lapsed in the last six minutes of the first…

January 15, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 80) • Page Image 7

… Woodley scored his sure the Wolverines were never in first of three goals. It was a pine the game, individual effort as he completely The fans played a large part in faked out both Cartier and Bag- the…

… action and expressed their ap- nell, proval and disapproval of variousI Things went from bad to worse plays by throwing chickens onto for the Wolverines as even Bernie the ice. In all more chickens were…

… sports NIGHT EDITOR: BOB ANDREWS 1 from the outset and lit the light for the first time at 1:47 of the first period. The Wolverine defense failed to clear rebound and Petet McNab was open in the right…

… was thrown on the ice from the balcony. In the second period Denver built the lead to 8-1 as the game be- came totally embarrassing. The Wolverines' only goal of the period came on a fine backhand pass…

… points. Starting intoday's game will be the same five who have started in the previous four games. The hottest Wolverines are the guards, Joe Johnson and John Kantner. The flashy Johnson is averaging 20…

… the frontcourt will be center C. J. Kupec, a 9.5 scorer. Super-sub Bill Ayler, sporting a 9.8 average, will probably see plenty of action as well. The Wolverines may have an ad- ditional problem when…

…, has scored 21 and 17 points in the two Big Ten con- tests, well below his average. The Wolverines will be looking for a big game out of their star for- ward today. Meanwhile Hornyak, still not 100 per…

March 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 130) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fage Seven' .. Big'V' By JIM ECKER Special to The Daily TUSCALOOSA-Twice within four nights now the streaking Michigan Wolverines have limited two high-powered scoring machines…

Wolverines have played the good "D" all year, but their efforts this week against both Indi- ana and Notre Dame have finally laid to rest Sports Illustrated's claim that "Johnny Orr's idea of good defense is…

… did a pretty good job on defense," summed up Orr. "Brokaw's a third team All-American and Dantley's one of the top five freshmen in the country. We did a pretty good job on them," winked the Wolverine

… country wears its uniform, and an under- dog in every crucial game all season. So naturally, the Wolverines rose to meet this tremendous challenge and out-played, out-hustled and out-battled those Irish…

…, he ran him into the ground. In Michigan's almost standard early rush that produced 22-6 and 28-8 leads before the Irish realized the Wolverines had come to play, Britt was an omnipresent force…

…" Phelps did not make excuses for his team and had only plaudits for the Wolverines. "We've let a lot of people down, but you know what I said about throwing out the rankings when you get four great teams is…

… true. Any- thing can happen. Michigan played very well and they deserved to win," Phelps added. It seemed that the Wolverines had to travel seven hun- dred miles due south in order to pick up some fans…

…. Notre Dame isn't exactly the most popular institution of higher learning in Tuscaloosa, and the Wolverines had to benefit from it. One writer with his tongue deeply imbedded in his cheek By CLARKE…

… Other Wolverine performances his d were encouraging. Jim Brown was GA sharper than he's been at any prove other time this year and dissected at t two respectable foes ruthlessly. State Jerry Hubbard was…

April 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 157) • Page Image 13

…. However, the baseball god was only half as benevolent, as the Wolverines split a doubleheader with Wisconsin 5-0 and 0-2 at Fisher Stadium. The Michigan nine seemed to shake off the effects of playing only…

… the next three batters. Only Miller was able to score, however, on a bouncer by second baseman Jerry Paparella. The Wolverines added one more run in the fifth inning, when third baseman Chuck Wagner…

March 15, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

… game. scores~ . S taprt. i n Lx defe'nsemarn rvlngbcEo ho h Wolverine gymnasts . t t 1 t turned midfielder Pete Lodwick stickmen found balmy weather tallied one goal and rookie mid- and .the rest of…

… the team awaiting fielder Doug Balchan another for them. The opponent was Denison the Wolverines. University, acknowledged lacrosse Two days later, injuries had re- power of the midwest and third duced…

… attacker, and midfielders Dan Lamble and Dennis Burdziak added one apiece. Goalie Crone was credited with 21 saves and kept the Wolverines close in the first half with his ex- cellent play. Defenseman Paul…

… scores and added a third later on to lead the Wolverines' scoring. In the second half, a tiring Michigan team be- gan to foul their opponents, while the Denison stickmen, able to draw on a70-man squad…

…'s tum- blers by less than a point. In the Big Ten championship meet a week ago, Iowa again nipped the Wolverines, building up a sizeable lead in the com- pulsory events and hanging on despite a strong…

… side horse, getting a 9.0 performance from reliable Dick Kaziny, but only 7.4 and 7.15 scores from Ted Marti and Ray Gura. Michigan lost another two points on the high bar. The Wolverines came storm- ing…

… disappointed with his team's second place finish, although he commented philosophically, "I guess we've won our share of the close ones. Maybe things are just balancing out." Individually, the Wolverines -did…

February 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 113) • Page Image 7

… State won in Bloomington.h Anyone could do it . . . But Michigan didn't, losing 73-64., Michigan coach Johnny Orr has never won in BloomingtonY in all his years of coaching Wolverine basketball. This one…

… victory, 96-71, over the Although the Wolverines seemed to take the loss in stride, Wolverines. they must have felt they had a lot going against them. That brings us back to Bloomington, one Bobby Knight…

… range in the op-; ening four minutes to draw thet Wolverines out of their sagging zone. The Spartans then capi- talized inside, utilizing back door plays and drives up the lane to' open up a 17 point lead…

… with only: 12 minutes gone in the contest. Michigan State alternated be- tween the two styles of play for the rest of the evening, with the Wolverines never finding the rightdefensive combination to stop…

… Spartan coach Karen'Lan- with two over the weekend, geland. "I think its the strong- drops the Wolverines to a 7-10 est tournament in five years.. record for the season, while the More than the state…

… refereesand the Spartan at all. players were silenced midway WHEN THE SPARTANS were- through the second period when n't ripping the nets at one end Wolverine guard Lydia Simms oh uw dwas slammed to the floor…

… while' of the court they were dominat- attempting to ,dribble through Michigan State outrebounded two Michigan State players. Michigan 56-33, usually limiting Simms lay motionless on the the Wolverines to…

… someone as physical as Benson, it is amazing. Forwards lack output The Wolverines did not blame the loss on the officiating. Orr looked to his team's inefficiencies. "We could have been a little more…

… patient," he said. "When you get behind, you tend to press too much." "When you're behind, you play differently . . . you are not as loose." . Like nearly everyone else looking at the Wolverines this year…

February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

… not get much competition and of the indoor season. Kim Rowe was-perhaps the bright- his 58'41/4" throw proved good The meet was nip and tuck most est spot for the Wolverines. Rowe enough in the shot put…

… gym, 61-21. The Wolverines led from the opening tip. Lydia Sims scored 10 of her 32 points in the first six minutes and Michigan out- scored the Jets 21-2 in the first quarter. Michigan's tough d e f e…

… the tnept Jackson ca- 34-7. Offensively, te Wolverines hit a blistering 59 per cent from the field in the first half. Wolverine coach Vic Katch termed the game "a mismatch,"' and statistics back the…

… Michigan mentor. The Maize and Blue hauled down 4-4 rebounds, which enabled <the Wolverines to start an eetive fast break offense. Michigan's zone press com- izdJacksn squadt. TheWolver ines made 16 steals…

… period. The Wolverines tight man-to- man defense loosened up in the fourth quarter as they allowed Jackson 11 points while scoring only 12 themselves. Michigan's offense cooled off I COLLEGE BASKETBAL…

February 15, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… goals is tops in the con- abayshi. drop-ference and an All-American cita- But the Wolverines hav The Wolverine hockey team tion should be awarded to him at weak links preventing t pe two more games on…

… more like another former Wolverine inability toa igan's league record has fallen to great Michigan center, Red Ber- from home, and seco 9-13 with a dismal 1-11 slate away enson, who is currently starring…

… experience and the Michigan State encounter dy Neal, who has molded right in- ed beneath him, Bagnell to the Wolverine attack, already forced to endure every vE t n a 02 iE e x n a 1+ 1 n. 101 d lI Mel Wak…

… hem from light go on behind him so m a n y think they can always outscore the eat Mich- times. opposition." First, the Three-year veteran Brian Skin-' But if the Wolverines indeed hope win away ner has…

April 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 156) • Page Image 10

Wolverines' number two singles player was recently selected to play in the Seventeen Magazine tournament in California. 'U ' s' Although she's only 5-3, Selden finds her height has noill effect on her game…

… of our season," said coach Bill Newcomb. "This will be our first meet since our Florida trip in mid-March." In Florida, the Wolverines garnered an impressive eighth in the Miami Invitational, against…

May 15, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…,the Big Ten tennis cham- pions get underway this after- soon at the beautiful Wiscon- sin Indoor Tennis Center. With Michigan dropping just one point all season in Big Ten play, the Wolverines are a shoo…

…- tions we can play under, the better our kids will be able to use the shots they have and show their dominance." The Wolverines can indeed show their dominance. They have a better than even chance of being…

… fourth and sixth on the Wolverine ros- ter, Newcomb said that their familiarity w i t h Indiana's course will be an asset. On the other hand, Doug Da- vis, Ken Walchuck and Dave Casselman are making their…

May 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 6) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 15, 974 Wolverines divide another By JEFF LIEBSTER You need runs to win baseball games. Michigan's pitching staff, acknowledged as the finest in the…

…, using only 55 terhouse, drew a walk. This was followed in 5 and one-third innings. by a sharp single to right-center by hit- The Wolverines threatened one ting star, shortshop Chris Burak. It but again…

March 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 130) • Page Image 8

…. Eisner, coach of the men's tennis team since 1970, has maintained Michigan's tradition of dominating the Big Ten courts. The Wolverine dynasty has produced 11 straight conference crowns, and 20 of the last…

… season. (Both teams finished with an 8- e 1 mark.) The Wolverines later avenged the defeat, thrashing the Badgers in the 's Big Ten Tournament. Unfortunately, it r- was too late to warrant an NCAA in- s…

… teams. In the 200 yard medley relay, Bar- bara DonCarlos, Marie Palko, Linda Kendall, and Linda Lease qualified for the Wolverines with a time of 1:50.75. The 400 yard medley squad of Don- Carlos, Palko…

…:37.39 getting them to the Nationals. A time of 3:32.39 qualified the other freestyle relay (400 yard), which con- sisted of McCully, Rish, Olson, and Marion Stanwood. The Wolverines are well-represented in the…

…. All considered, the Wolverines are represented well at the Nationals, and, while the depth may be lacking, the quality will hopefully make up for it. Graduate Assistan in English Dep Earn $1575 per…

April 15, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

…." The Michigan golf team is currently in Colum- bus where they're participating in the prestigious Kepler Invitational, held at Ohio State's home course. It is the Wolverines third tournament of the…

… Schroeder, both doing well on the professional golf tour, are ex-Wolverine linksters. Perhaps Davis' most memorable experience camein the fall of his sophomore year when he won the Michigan Invitational, a…

… tournament sponsored annually by the Wolverines that features the best college golf teams from the state. "That was my most thrilling tournament," exlaimed Davis. "I beat some good players and boosted my…

… and be in fine shape." The course record is a remarkable eight under, 64, fired by ex-Wolverine golfer John Fisher in the late sixties. 'In my view... ,he is the most original thinker in his field…

…-up Bowling Green squad Wednesday 'night. The lopsided victory was especially sweet for the Falcons, since Michigan nearly upset them last year. The Wolverine midfield accounted for most of the scoring. Rick…

March 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 129) • Page Image 11

… around started repeating howl Orr might retire if the Wolverines went all the way this year. "I'm not going to retire at all," is what Orr really feels, though. "I said I'd only retire if I was offered a…

…, tickets should be available in Lexington. Should the Wolverines win the regional they would ad- vance to the NCAA finals in Atlanta. "Tickets for Atlanta will be really tight," said Renfrew. Michigan would…

February 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

… Daily MADISON - The Michigan icers edged past Wisconsin, 4-3, in a WCHA hockey game here last night. The victory gave the Wolverines a split in the two game series. The Hawkeyes moved out to a quick 48…

… ji hind Carlos in third, with a 6.4 Wolverine, giving Michigan its only clocking, first place of the evening. Michigan speedster Gene Brown Earlier in the competition, the ln was originally scheduled…

… to com- Michigan sprint medley team pete in they meet, but Wolverine of Greg Syphax, Trevor Matthews, NEW track star Dave Martin scratched Sol Espie, and John Thorton, were and Ji Brown from the…

… special event Wolverine captain Armstrong, favorit of the evening, the 300 yard dash. leading going into the last lap, title i In that event, times were calculat- made a valiant effort to pull off match ed…

October 15, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 11

… feisty Eastern Michigan squad 5-3 yesterday at Eastern's Bowen Field. It was the third victory in a row for the Wolverines, who just last -Thursday bumped off defending state champion Central Michigan by a…

… netminder Sue Plecha ;only one minute later. Jean McCarthy, Alexandra Callam and her sister Mary scored the other goals for the Wolverines, who are off to their best start ever with a 5-2 record on the year…

April 15, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 159) • Page Image 9

… breaking Brummet's serve. Ross took the fifth game on two good passing shots. The Wolverine net- ter moved better and was able to keep Brummet out of position more in the decisive set. The final tally was 6…

…- ticeably stronger as this second set wore on. The Wolverine racket- man was in complete control of the final set to clinch the match. In the second singles slot Tim Ott made easy work of Rick Watson. Ott…

… matches for the Wolverines, In Doubles, Michigan quickly disposed of all the Kalamazoo teams to complete the 9-0 romp. Ross and Ravreby teamed up to down Brummet and Watson, 6-4, 6-1. Watt and Ott breezed…

… past Washburn and Gudelsky 6-4, 6-1. Almonte and Senich capped off the straight set doubles sweep with a 6-2, 7-5 win over Tom and Steve Thomson, Wolverine coach Brian' Eisner was pleased with his squad…

… set, Eisner replied, "Not really, especially in Joel's case; he does that occasionally, but he has the ability to come back." The Wolverine's home schedule continues tomorrow and Saturday with…

… held off the Irish to year, "we sat ba'ck on our lead.", win. Notre Dame finally scored at thet The Wolverines drew first blood 8:03 mark but it wat neutralized on a goal by co-captain Dick Dean by a…

April 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 160) • Page Image 7

…-out single to right By P. ROBERT HERTZ Associate Sports Editor Taking a leaf from the annals of the notorious Frank Merriwell, Coach Moby Benedict's Wolverine baseball squad erupted for three ninth inning runs…

… yesterday to end a 27 inning scoring drought and hand Notre Dame's fighting Irish their eighth loss in nine de- cisions, 3-2. The situation looked rather bleak for the Wolverines as they came up for their…

… Bowen at sec- ond. Catcher Tom Lundstedt re- vived the Wolverines' hopes when he laced a single off the second baseman's glove to centerfield ad- vancing pinch runner Greg Buss to second. Rafferty Doubles…

… decisive run. The hit.allowed the Wolverine lefthander to gain credit for his first win of the season. Aside from the ninth inning' Michigan heroics, the contest was far from exciting. Neither team was able…

… due to rain, saw the Wolverines finally approach their expected potential. Mark Conti, No. 1, was rested because he has been bothered by an inflamed knee for the p a s t several days. Joel Ross, No. 3…

March 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

… defensed, out quicked and out leaped the numberth- rated and heavily favored Irish, to continue their roll as the Cin- derella team of the NCAA Mid-East regional. The Wolverines could not really hope "to…

… the games for us. When the defense sags, someone must score from outside, and we couldn't do it." BUT THE Wolverines also had some s t r o n g offensive perfor- mances provided by Russell and Britt…

March 15, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

… spring n Big Ten out- State as a favorite for the title but Nowacki and Adama, Mike, feeling i door track. The Wolverines cer- they finished a disappointing thir- restricted due to a hamstring in- tainly…

Wolverine freshman high At.. Gerald Tinker pickled Marshall jumper, Doug Gibbs, amazed al- A nnl A rbor's Dill and Spartans Bob Cassleman most everybody, with a third at aiw mvew 1orx s 1e rv- maining…

…- sity provided the next day's op- position. Michigan fought to a 7-4 advantage as the first half came to a close and Wolverine coach Bob Kaman stated, "We kept it close by our sloppy play in the first…

… half." Nevertheless, he noted, "we completely domi- nated the second half." The final score, a 20-5 Michigan triumph, more than supports his conten- tion. The Wolverine attack, which tallied five goals…

… the same time, Michigan overpowered the Spartans, with their famous names, because of the Wolverine team depth. At the Big Ten indoors, Rowe sliced a track record each time his winged feet hit the…

April 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 157) • Page Image 12

…'Bought! Tow Prices Paid! (We'll Pick-up) burtst forth with a nine-run third inning and, aided by solid pitching, swept yesterday's twinbill with the Oakland Pioneers. The normally light-hitting Wolverines

… seven strikeouts. In the second game, the Wolverines spotted the Pioneers two runs as first baseman Tammie Sanders overthrew third base, turning a sacrifice bunt into a two-run error. Sanders more than…

January 15, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

… faces Minnesota, Illinois enter- tains Purdue and Wisconsin hosts Ohio State. Wes Wolverine can play pool, ping pong, do his laundry, watch color TV, and practice the piano at University Towers…

… finally made it. Although it dropped a 56-37 decision to East- ern Michigan, the Maize and Blue played a spirited game. Opening the season at Bowen Field House, the Wolverine wo- men came out fast, scoring…

…."I She also pointed out thaty Michigan tired near the end of the game.The Wolverines had only eight players suited up. ARTHUR FROMMER, EUROPE ON $5 AND $10 A DAY, P.601- The life of Europe is mIrrored In…

September 15, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 9) • Page Image 16

…- bles" standings, wherein Mr. Brown would rate an honorable place. REMEMBER T H.E Spartan- Wolverine game last year? Re- member the MSU drive that stalled when the aforementioned David E. Brown fumbled on…

… the Michigan three yard line. Granted, "our" Dave Brown popped one of the hardest hits anyone has seen, but the ball squirted loose, it bounced into the endzone, the Wolverines re- covered, and MSU lost…

Wolverine made an il- legal block. Offensive linemen continually complain that they don't receive enough attention from the media. Undoubtedly, this is because they are the only players who don't have a…

June 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 30) • Page Image 12

… player in the Ontario Hockey Asso- Blue shut out In somewhat of a surprise to Michigan hockey fans, none of the Wolverine icers were drafted into the National Hockey League in yesterday's amateur draft…

…. Last year's Michigan team finished as runner-up in the NCAA tournament. Graduating seniors included Michigan's all-time leading scorer Kris Manery, whose brother, Randy, an ex-Wolverine now plays with…

November 15, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

… that this year's frosh will ma-I tare fast enough to help the Wolverine tankers better their third place Big Ten finish of I974. This year's frosh group was requited largely due to the fine reputation…

… but added that he chose Michi- gan "because of Gus Stager." The Wolverine swim team al- so has a member from Puerto Rico-John Daly. He went to high school in San Juan and was the island's butterfly…

March 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 130) • Page Image 9

… strokes back in second place. Starting the third round of play, 24 strokes behind tournament leader Western Michigan, the Wolverines rallied back into contention, and while doing so, set an individual team…

…'t have the practice, but it's not the same as playing on the course." Simon predicted a good season for the Wolverines. "They're a helluva good team. We're going to make some nos. o sefulfill that…

June 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 30) • Page Image 9

… tests available. cFtc PERMANEia -:WEIGHT LOSS Through B e h a v i o r Modification. Wolverine Institute, 973-1430 cFtc ONE GAME FREE bowling with this ad at Ypsi-Arbor Games. Pinball, pool and saloon too…

May 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…. When he was in Ann Arbor a week ago he played a little two-on-two basketball with Wolverines Rickey Green, Way- man Britt, and John Robinson: when the game was over and the three began to drift away from…

November 15, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

Wolverines crush Hawkeyes, 55-0' See story, page 11 THE SUNDAY DAILY See Editorial Page YI rL Si tr q au IxitM SLUSHY High--33 Low-22 1-3 inches of snow by noon, windy Vol. LXXXI, No. 64…

… defense on his way to the goal line. Taylor scored two touchdowns in the Wolverines' 55-0 trouncing of the Hawkeyes and picked up 189 yards for the day. Michigan will face Ohio State next week with a…

March 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 130) • Page Image 3

… Science Association-Career' Reception with lawyers, judges, and educators, 8 p.m., Anderson} Room, Michigan Union. AIESEC International Exchange Program membership drive-Wolverine Room, Business School. UAC…

January 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 90) • Page Image 9

… championships in '63," he said. "In ten years, no other school in the city had won. it 'til Hirsch won in '73. I thought, 'well, Michigan had done him some justice . . So, "Johnny Rob" signed with the Wolverines

March 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

… Cannon, place finish, Wolverine Captain, the report said. Paul Armstrong became a three The newspaper reported that time All-American, the All- Milwaukee Brewers would pay $9.5 American title being awarded…

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