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March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

… doped as follows for To lRimt Heats# the Wolverines: 50 yard dash between 3 to 5 points, t6io mile 6 to 8,1pole W ill Ruin Tonight on his hand44orYovdr a week. In 440 Yard Trials Another sign of a "'. i…

…. Platten gymnasium at Evanston, while l The following first places are almost Martin, Joyner, Thomas and Siemonis certain to go to the Wolverines; shot will compete in the' 440. There -wviI put, two mile and…

… competition but tomorrow's Ohio State and Iowa ahead' of ,themn. results should find him a contributor The Wolverines did not place any'inen of two valuable points. in~ first place. ,,___________ Wolverine

… likely that the Wolverines will pile I the March issue of the Athletic up a total of not less than 36 points Journal, published in Champaign, Ill., which should be enough to win any by the Athletic Journal…

… story on "Intramural Scoring." a field of opponents as the Wolverines' He describes in detail the scoring sys- have ever had to face in any western tem used in tournaments at Michigan, meet as 'all .the…

… looks :like a victory for with the California law requiring re- the Wolverines by a good margin. mariage of divorced people. i a pennant this year if reports from the Cubs but the greet ;>ss . the boys…

January 16, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

… Buckeyes Here February 9 ITe Next MEN DANGEROUS IIUJW ASKED TO TAPAN GOPHERS NEXT Conference Game Scheduled F or Wolverine Team orthwestern Has More Powerful Director Yost Receives Invitation O f LMichigan…

… at Chicago, they will I----D-'Fielding H. Yost, director of Ath- NA manner Monday the Wolverine iled calling for six games in the meet their hardest competition SQUAD IS WORKEDHARD letics the 1928…

… one of the country's best ity that he will be among those the custom for the Japanese urn- in the Conference this year. The However, in view of the fact skl The Wolverines, in closing its back strokers…

… Mhona Altogether, the Purple have one of ed by Walter Brewster, have three accorded to the Illinois team, ever, the Boilermakers got "hot" the Wolverines will have consider- give adin Y nitea hu21-17 Mond…

… the 135-pound division with the Michigan team and minute and half of play by Ten- drilling the team in some of the 400 Wolverines earlier in the season, build a new team at Minnesota, as has not had…

March 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

… rnvw HLD AT EETS WOLVERINE SWIMMERS TD MI e Fesme w estes wll be afford TO RPEETN28SCHOOLS '#ILL COMPETE ..K' TO TINI:FACEEASENRS VTORROW NIGHT AT NODi F8urt "1u~ $Iet Prtws All Butt A L P AY RK1[ii…

… the daily routine mner mark by almost 100, the former onurther assrne htthsya record being 284. KnrtMondasrneht hsya' That a new champion will be f Wolverine team will boast ,an infield crowned is a…

… treweeks ago were talking in terms meet Coach Mann will depart 'with of recruits are returning now to tem- the Varsity natators for Evanston porarily neglected veterans as time wher'e the Wolverines will…

…- contests hold sway. Most of the clubs ner, 'Walker, and Thompson are the were engaged in such contests today. Wolverines who will participate in Within two weeks the northward the meet in Detroit. The…

… 'leave from Ann Ar~bor. % pitchers. Grover Alexander yester- The Wolverine natators a're entered dlay retired nine men in ordler in three in three Michigan AA4.U. events at the innings for the St. Louis…

February 16, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… MAROQETTE TODAY MWRESTLERS TO MET WILMEET ILLINI Improved Wolverine Sextet Out To C}cerEWreRSnesu in19 Avenge Earlier Defeat By ':." ,___Ra c h etrnCneec Marquette Championship LOWLY GOPHERS EXPECTED T( SIX…

… addition of three veterans to. DOUGAVITO TO COMPETE University of Michigan will meet the lineup, the Wolverine puck- the Illinois fencing team tonight Probable Lineups men arrived in Milwaukee today Purdue…

… this match the Michigan squads meet at Lafayette. The will open their Big Ten campaignr Chapman ...... C .... ... Williams team will travel to Madison and Wolverines are now tied with In- against one of…

… the Big Ten. year.r ,McCoy, Capt... . RG.........Hovde next week. Six of the eight men who will Y.. Last season the Illini were run-t By Morris Quinn The Wolverines are out to oppose Coach Keen…

Wolverine quin. return of Nygard, Mason, and Shea - Lafayette, including four lettermen However Coach Johnston's men adtoatrae.quest for Michigan's fourth conse-haebnwokghrdndav tet will play the first…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…)L V JL J I IN k, has to live. At the present the THE SUMMER MICHIGAN. lay Afternoons.' aynard Street. , p2414. except Saturday. igned, the signatures tas an evidence of d in The Wolverine ed…

…. The Wolverine solicits an expression of public opinion through the medium of communications. As an indication of good faith, however, we ask that 'each writer give his name awd address, though his…

January 16, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

… Varsity ball team will have a chanc revenge for its lone defeat year when the Ypsilanti play host to the Wolverines row night in the second ga home and home series. Coach Courtwright has b( phasizing…

… teamwork in t few practice sessions in ar to develop an offense that able to penetrate the strong ing combination of Captair lich and Shaw for more ti meager total of six bask( Wolverines were held to in…

November 16, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

… their annual gridiron arguments. The Gop- her-Wolverine game has been one, of the most important contests of the West for the past 25 years. This year should be no exception. The Minne- sota team has had…

… the living Wolverine symbol. cripples Out Coach Yost will be forced to launch his attack in the final game of the 1920 season without the services of twq. de- pendable veterans. Neither Usher nor…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

… n glf0.ll. WolverlIne Forwai'd Leads Al But Carney in Scoring High Points RIATHER'S MEN RUNNERS-UP IN CONFERENCE BASKET TOTAL "Bill" Miller, stellar Wolverine for- ward, in the final official…

… placing sec- ond in the scoring column practically insures him of the place of All-Con- ference forward foe' his only danger- ous rivals for the position are trailing the Wolverine in the number of count…

… 37 83 6.916 Wolverines second in Points Total figures compiled for the year show that Michigan's basketball team ended the year with one of the best comparative records in the Big Ten. Mather's mentook…

… in a close third for scoring honors, while the Badgers took fourth place with a grand total of 279. *The cham- pion Boilermakers came in fifth with 265 counters. Never before has a Wolverine team…

… been fam- ous. Michigan's defensive record, bearing out the reputation it has gained in previous years, is second only to that of the Purdue five who played three less games than did the Wolverines

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

…to any ot play rs otl dist- e for Coach Farrell following the com- ion of the trial heats at the gym- uum early this week. It is probable 21 men will consititute the per- iel of the Wolverine

… aggregation. ; which men will be entered in ' event was not announced except few instances. It was announced Landowski, star Wolverine pole .ter, will be the only man taken he trip-who will be entered in that…

January 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

… consistent wor portends development, which wil probably strengthen what was th Wolverine's weakest department las year. The Cross Country men, Hofstetter Brannon, Penberthy, and Freeborne have been training…

…. The Wolverine vault squad, We brook, Slaughter, Naylor, and Lar dowski, have been clearing the bar 11 feet 6. In this event Michigan wi probably be the best represented. Wes brook, Slaughter, and…

… before Wolverines did, and it is certain that Michigan's men will be in condition when the first test comes. Four or five times a week the Wolvefines are: training under Coach Farrell in prep- aration for…

February 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…'s Wolverine wrestlers will attempt to add anoth- er to their string of wins when they meet the Northwestern mat team Sat- urday night at the field house in their second Conference meet. Coupon books will be…

… the former's first appearance this season. Yarbro, who handles the Northwest- ern 158 pound assignment, was ex- pected to oppose Warren, but the Wolverine may be unable to compete because of illness. In…

… Madison where, if ice is avail- able, the Wolverines will play the Wis- consin sextet toiight and tomorrow night. These games will comprise the first of the Wisconsin-Michigan series of the present season…

… events. The, former is also a back stroker of note. Purdy, a veteran, and Bayers, are the best among the breast strokers. l Winston Kratz i - Walter Relegates Wolverine Forward! To Third Place In Big Ten…

November 16, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 47) • Page Image 6

… One.) - onsible for giving the Wolverines: rge share of their 11 first downs. started out for a victory at the; start of the contest. Rockwell ed off to Hunt who returned 10 I s to the Ohio 18 yard line…

… 1 2 .'33 irdue ..... 1 0 2 .333 1 diana .... 1 0 2 .33 io State.. 1 2 2 .333j orthw'ern . 1 0 3 .250 isconsin . 0 1 2 .000 ved itself into, a line bucking the Wolverines waiting for a k to start…

December 16, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… afford little time for anything other than the performance, since the special grain, leaving here at 1 o'clock today, will WOLVERINES CRUMBLE BEFORE PANTH ERFORAY AFTER IEADING, 17.8 HYATT LEADS INVADERS…

Wolverines found the basket for 39 counters. While showing flashes of real pow- cr, Mlather's team at times lasped in- to the purely nediere, not a one of the Wolverines but what was a victim of Panther wile…

… work- ed throughm tme Wolverine defense - without much difficulty-in fact they , made the Michigan "stonewall" look like pap r mache. Even with all of their shots missed, the Wolverines counted often…

… enough to win under ordinary circumstances. Exceptionally Large Score Circumstances, on the other hand, t were not ordinary. The Panthers ran - up a score almost unheard of in Wolverine history, no matter…

February 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… Helping Him Star 'V}IJI VWIII Out Of The R TR RI OA i } Wolverine, Swimming Team Will Face Indiana Tank Men Tworrow 1;(( . Titlr CiSfAt't.1N! t E tea.0h Thai s ~IVI . Preseut. Sti'ong nIachinle and…

…'s victory, Coach Bar99 Jtates thiatlhe is placing the strongest, nd 1 itesl. (leveloped Wolverine hockey term of the 'nresenlt season o11 the ice tonight. Although Lindstroni will bel una1"ble to play because…

…~erth will he filled by Petermnann.E Comb remins in his place at goal!I whteelbe has performed so remark- ably all season. lie has figured in ev- ery Wolver-ine win in their first seal :ion of, Varsity hockey…

…(defeats handed the Wolverines in the two game rrseries phlayod at M in- nesot a on a.af. 2:1 and 24. It" is not known whio will replaIce the valu1able wing in the coi jg seris. artlett,, another st ar winug…

…Y Illinois and the other .lhiiiay ,Miiiei'_ three to Chicago. The Wolverines C (lever' footwork ,111(1 1:0011cneyes miade ,record against these schools shows I a phzantom h1o1, ot, .1oebnny iMiner .l 16 mneets…

October 16, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 24) • Page Image 8

… 0 0 7 0 FINAL 14 0 0 LaVerne Taylor Sophomore end on the Wolverine team who made his Conference debut yesterday in the Wisconsin contest. Taylor played a great game until he received a severe…

…. Wisconsin's great cardinal-caped band played the "Yellow and Blue" before the Wolverine section to open' ceremonies between the halves. The band then played in front of the Bad- ger cheering section and…

… contest. Bin-' ish managed to break through the line on several occasions to down the Wolverines behind the line. E'ATIDAL A: : : RA DRAWS NORNE (Special to The Daily) DETROIT,' Oct. 15.-With the gre est…

March 16, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

… Oosterbaan, The first of these three meets will Wolverine forward, who' S eemed the )bn held Saturday il the I. M. A. gym- likely winner until he met the strong sl t it, anr Coaches Clifford nsini oatflnad…

… Michigan mentor expects to The final standng in the individual take four members of the Varsity. HOPES TO REGAIN .lTWO WOLVERINE P BATTING HONORSU FOR STAR TEA -fEverett S. Dean, Indiana basketball R1Cf…

May 16, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…Mpan - "One of the Finest Tire Dealers in Michigan" . 331 S. Main Ann Arbor, Midc.. Watch for the Summer Michigan Daiy .1 WOLVERINE MOTOR OILS A wonderful selection of White and Colored Felt Hat…

… beautiful Flowers in White a PUYEAR 328 Sou w Pattern Hats, Tailored Hats, s. Also a good assortment of nd Colors, at moderate prices. Proper lubrication is the use of the right grad Wolverine Motor Oil for…

January 16, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…TS WOLVERINES, 28-17 SECOND SU'CCESSIVE DEFEAT PUTS VARSITY CAGERS iN SEVENTh PLACE HALF ENDS 15 - 5 Hather's Men Start Rally In Second Halt But Absence Of Two Stellar Guards Proves Disastrous Special…

Wolverines 28-17. The Gopher five, inspired by its op- portunity to record its second west- ern conference victory of the season, displayed a dogged determination and skillful coordination that was hither- to…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

….---25,5~0c THE BONSTELLE CO. e igh Vltage Comedy with a Laug Suc-:nd 0 2 2 2 7, 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 i a u It was not until the ninth that one !----- of the Wolverines' great ra<llies=1,ti -- the…

… twirler, Harper, to the slope inl Michigan banners, blan'kets, peni-I the attempt to stemn the power of tlhe nhants and pillows at Wahr's Univer- Wolverines. sity Bookstore.-Adv. S.q LAST TIME TODAY 1 r…

January 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 82) • Page Image 6

…y DAILY __. R .......... - - - - - - - - - - =Irl:lllllllllolllmplipiii mill 11101"m w. ."a" . i f ...1'. , , _.ad ' -- Ad TANK COACH ARRIVES -TO TA KE CHARGE OF WOLVERINE NATATORS…

… opening meet with 1M. A. C. but a little over a week distanat, the Wolverine ;tank mien twill have to makef the most of their time to round into shape. it will not be a powerful team that 'will face the…

December 16, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… either with colds or mild cases Veteran Wolverine center who of influenza, it was learned last turned in a fine performance night that at least four members against Penn last night. He of the faculty are…

… manuscript records. By Morris Quinn Showing a complete reversal of the form displayed in the opening game of the season with Michigan State a week ago, Coach George Veenker's Wolverine cagers rode rough…

… doubly . significant for the Wolverines, as it marked their first win of the 1928-29 season and avenged the 39-36 loss to the Red and Blue team at Philadelphia a year ago. After a slow start, the invaders…

…. Herbst tallied from the floor and from the foul line, while Chapman made a close shot on a perfect pass from Orwig to end the scoring and increase the Wolverines advantage to 34-21. Chapman's work at…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… victory by 8 to 7 score. , Hits Many Two things featured the work bf Wolverines ,namely, the afore& tioned uphill fight and, secondly, s decidedly terrible pitching and 'f ing. True, Liverance won his g and…

… Uteritz afd George I gerty things were pretty much m ed up in those two frames. The Wolverines had a grand glorious day. with the stick, fully ing up to their reputation as a "r derer's row". Nineteen safe…

December 16, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

… Stanfo'rd guard, may play, al- In ably with the Var Wolverine squad, Captain Warren though he is suffering from a In reserve strength the East pos- respect. A sterli and Hewitt, are lettermen, most of…

…-up in the National A. A. U. meet, and Ru- bin of the Varsity favored over Hills, a yearling, and Alldinger and Seabury, who are also out for the Wolverine team. Lighter Entrants Good The ruling out of…

January 16, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 81) • Page Image 7

…Of60 Western. Conference I AGUTY SQUASH TEAM ~ADX1FOR INVADERS W1:4133"i:.s ' THIS T HI S Gq1 ' S.,a. )l jels? '1 a i I (i esl' ~ ('ollcga Of Mille'; Will, Be Of Wolverines I First P~ractice Game i…

… practice. sessions N The rink at the Coliseum has been enlarged considerably by eficlosingI teetrloearaia em etr pen." Thc playing space is now about. 3o) feet longer than the one used by '*Wolverines teams…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…Ahnie and Gow starred :for the Wolverines,I myser are e'xpected to furnish the gathering four points by virtue"'of al - 1second place in the hundred yard I TELEGPH-IC MEE1T C4ttelI Hoyt's Proteges Trani 1111…

… a third place s and -two!ponts,. In the The Wolverines captured their final points by winning a sensational race': fromn Indiana and Chicago in the relay. 1' / "Jimmie the adtaker". sells anything…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

… Michigan plays at Urbana Satur- day, at Iowa City Monday, and Minne- sota at Minneapolis Tuesday and Wed- nesday. The Wolverines then return from their trip and meet Chicago at Ferry field on May 27…

… its remaining games Michigan would have to win all of its remaining games to claim the honors. Wolverines Look Best From present appearances it seems that the champion nine this year will be the one…

March 16, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… BREAKS RECORD Q The Wolverines, although \defeat- ed in early season dual meets by the Conference championship Illi- nois team and Chicago, have shown steady improvement and are ex- nected to reach the…

…. - -- The Badger swordsman took fourth George Hubbell behind Gordon of Michigan at Ur- Wolverine tank star, who will bana, and will engage the Wolver- 'defend his 150 yard back stroke ine in another battle of…

…. Eastern). the, year for the Wolverine, is ex- Second heat won by Beatty (Det. pected to give the Varsity plenty Northwestern); second, Proctor,v of trouble, according to advance (Columbus Central); third…

May 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… work all the way through ist of 15 events brought victory e Wolverine first year men, whol A at least one man in every ev-k and scored four slams. In the he shot, discus, and javelin, the s were unable…

… has been 0f nell defeated Rorich, the Wolverine featured by fast and clever tennis.Q leader, 6-3, 6-3. Gilbert, who played his way through Martin, runnerup in the recent all- for the title last year is…

August 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

… LOVES- Editor, The Wolverine: er question than that It is the problem oft ication of the youth Reach a Focus The entire matter may soon be brought to a focus by a regulation re- cently suggested to the…

… PARDON In an article on the selection of eight men for a rifle squad, published in Saturday's issue of The Wolverine, it was both stated that this was an R. O. T. C. and official University team. This was…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… the con- Wolverine Court Players Defeat Wisconsin Team (Special to The Daily) Madison, May 15. - Michigan won from the Wisconsin tennis team, tak- ing four out of the six matches play- ed. Wesbrook had…

…, and Wesbroo and Munz were even in sets won when the Wolverine players defaulted to the Badgers. Scores. 7-5, 2-6, default. LESIONPLNS TO HAVE AMPUSPOST, Would Be First of Kind in Country; Will Laungh…

… BOILERMAKERS WOLVERINES GAIN BIc LEAD IN DIAMOND RA Farrell's Outfit, Despite Absenc Captain Johnson, Pull Surprise at Chicago Three victories in as many eve all on foreign grounds, was achievement of the…

May 16, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…DEDICATED TO JUSTICE iti ~IaiiAg MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXXV. No. 168 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1925 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS WOLVERINES TAK FROM…

…, Haggerty was forced across the rubber with the first run. The fourth was the big Wolverine inning. Ten men batted, and five runs were scored. , Coleman and Pucklewartz started the fireworks by hitting safely…

… council will in- heart of the fire. Wolverines, led by the veteran Steve U LI I UU RIattended the Minnesota game at Fer- clude the presidents of the Ameri- Not all, however, were over- arry field in the…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

… the indoor meet by a score of poinst. The Wolverines won seci in the meet by counting 1 most of which came from se third places. Outstanding a feats of the Maize and Blue those of Reinke, who won mile…

…, and Smith who forced: Chicago to six feet three it Wolverine takingsecond pla high jump with a leap of 7-8 inches. World's Record llrok All world's indoor recorc pole vault were shattered Daugherty…

… Regular Meembers' Mrs. Orison S. White, Mrs. Charles iVeterans of the house today, particul- ed exhibits to show the evolutionary ! none of tfre Wolverines placed "The ideal squad should consist of…

January 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

… c Mangaging Editor by the editor of the Sunday Magazine, A. D. Clark grasp of the Wolverines 'last ni '24, on Wednesday of last week, but a score of 18 to 1'( in the last nothing at all was said of…

… the matter Michigan led at the half s c a secret. ing10 to 8, mainly through Ut Coming into the office Saturday at of Haggerty and Miller, who m 'midnight, the Managing Editor dis. of the Wolverine

… ! was close, Iowa had a margin i± been given an entirely free hand in ( Wolverines in everything but the management of the paper. The 1 throws. The Hawkeyes mn example cited by the Magazine staff…

January 16, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

… aggregation and: will make plenty of trouble, but with Harrigan in shape and able to start, the Wolverines stand ready to thwart the Illini. The clatter team plays State to- night, which will doubtless prove a…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

… Creamed Chicken in cases Roast Veal with Jelly lied with capable halfbacks from th should present a year. on Subscribe for the Wolverine, $1. CHURCH SERVICES Green Corn Tomato Salad Ice Crear Red…

January 16, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… Anderson, '28E, conquered a field of some 15 entrants competing in the first ski tournament of the Wolverine outing club held Saturday, near the Geddes entrance of the Boulevard, before a crowd of mope than…

… In Hoosier Meet Saturday BAKER STILL UNBEATEN In losing the third Conference dual meet of the season last Saturday, the Wolverine wrestlers again showed im- proved form over their previous ap…

May 16, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…, playing 1 are expected to be represented with al- n tee lrini winkste fur- up b , plyingin- nished' the Wolverines with the most the order named,: Jerome, Capt. most as large delegations . severe…

… hands regarding Quatrain's rider, and any gregation, defeated Holdsworth and of the Oklahoma netmen has spurred switch that is made will probably come Feeley by a large margin. Michigan ' the Wolverines

July 16, 1929 (vol. 10, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

… remains among the top notchers of Michigan golf as the possible successor to the title of Malloy. Wells, Lee and Malloy are theonly Wolverines to hold the title in succession and with Stan- dish, Phil…

May 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 170) • Page Image 7

… 'after run- ning the mile, as he did against Ohio, Michigan should take. a second. In that nmeet the lanky Wolverine hooked as if he could better 1:57. tomont of Michigan is also considered a stroi…

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