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January 16, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

… the Wolverine natators to a six point margin of victory at the Yacht Club last month, added in- terest is given the meet due to the presence of a number of formerj Michigan Varsity swimmers on the…

… invading team. Wolves Win First. Freddie Sponberg, aquatic direc- tor of the Detroit Yacht Club, has been grooming his tankmen for this meet, but Coach Mann of the Wolverines is confident of victory by a…

Wolverines in games played at the Detroit team's pool which hand- icaps the Maize and Blue because cf its smallness. The erection of a platform at the Michigan pool has made possible exhibitions of high diving…

… face Mertz, Hosmer, Walaitas, and Nevins, the first three being for- mer Wolverines. Lemak, Schmieler, and Miller are to swim the 200 yard breast stroke, with the invaders en- tering Howlett, former Big…

… championship battle when Don George former Wolverin igrapple defends his title against Pat MLc ii the Irish champion at Oympia. George declared that the bout tonight would be the toughest one of his career and i…

…' McGill is dangerous because of the Detroit Yacht club tankmen. his famous "lift and whirl" hold. Dick captained the Wolverine Con- which is not much different from ference championship natators dur…

… the Wolverines will have their hands full at Colum- bus t o m o r r v cenirc , and Coaeh Veenker is taking no chanc( s that his team lose through any mishap which may be averted by pre…

…', 34-40SIN SE RE Junior Varsity Outplays VisitorsiT to Take Fifth Victo:y. _____ Coach Ray Courtright's men re- Opponents Boast Veteran Team; peated again last night to keep Wolverines Have Quartet their…

… beaten out if Michigan decidedly in the hands of the hopes to successfully defend its Wolverine Junior Varsity from the Conference hockey title, the Wol- beginning to the end of the game. verine sextet…

… year, the remain- made field goals in rotation until der of the team will be practically Ricketts failed to connect with his the same as that which pushed the chance, and then they repeated, Wolverines

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… Place (Continued from Page 1) Wolverines' bag of tricks. He opened the set-up plays for Townsend's pass- ing by the use of a blocking offense as the guards broke through the free throw lane. Although he…

… athlete. The Indiana offense was useless as the Varsity stopped it cold. True the Bloomington boys couldn't stop their shots, but the Wolverine defense was so tight that Indiana seldom got a clean attempt…

…. Michigan Goes Wild For the first half Michigan seemed to .be laboring under its usual mental handicap that always shows up when the Varsity plays either Purdue or Indiana. Still the Wolverines were working…

… Field House. The Wolverine thinclads apparent- ly emerged from the battle with the eligibility bugaboo in excellent shape. The exact status of the members of the team will be learned Wednesday night when…

Wolverines on practically even terms. State will bring a squad of 39 men (Strongest Thinclads In Varsity Histnrv Meet MS CL Sa.'tirdav .. 1T.J.A . .4iLK .[ here Saturday for the season's open- er and the…

February 16, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… at the afternoon session. Federal aid programs for the construction and improvement of State roads have been a regular poli- Capt. Les Hillberg's Five Goals Pace Wolverine Puck Victory Hockey Team…

… Again Wins After Losing Streak; M Woodstock Team Small :;r: By NEWELL McCABE Scoring five of his team's six goals, Capt. Les Hillberg led the Wolverine hockey sextet to a 6 to 2 victory over the small…

… Woodstock Trojan team last night at the Coliseum. This im- pressive triumph placed Michigan back in the win column, the ranks of which were last entered when the Wolverines defeated Illinois a month ago…

… third goal in one game. Although playing defensive hockey the third period the Wolverines came through in the last minutes of play to put the game definitely in their hip pocket. Both of these tallies…

… of the Trojans' two goals was made in the closing seconds of the first period when Kennedy lifted the puck over the heads of the Wolverine defense men, the puck then bound- ing past "Spike" James…

May 16, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…7,MAY 16, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIMEE Wolverine Nine Tied By Ypsi; Linksmen Lose To Illinois C"}--- Varsity Uses Five Pitchers In 5-5 Draw 12-Inning Game Is Called Because Of…

… favored to win had he not hurt his knee, and Don Canham, who took second in- Netters Seek Tenth Victory Of Season Seeking their tenth win of the year, and their fourth in succession, the Wolverine netmen…

… singles and doubles matehes, the Wolverines do not expect too hard a fight in today's match. In first spot for the Kalamazoo team is Marion' Shane, Michigan Intercollegiate Singles Champion. Shane won the…

Wolverines num- ber one team last year, as well as win- ning the Michigan Intercollegiate doubles championship. doors, are unlikely to be in shape to battle Capt. Bob Diefenthaler of Illi- nois. Jake Townsend…

…'s Walter Mehl, collegiate record holder in that event, figured to double in the mile, the Wolverine distance ace should carry home the mail. In the mile, Michigan can do no worse than last year when none of…

November 16, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 43) • Page Image 7

…'c knocked down a third returned the bal of harriers, running as atm, Mihior pass and the Wolverines. to the Gopher 30- once again finished the day with wereor onahsed another five yards. yard ma ker . ie- a…

… clean slate by defeting tne K r 11p~ cd over the goal li2.e beth =as tackled Wolverine cross country tb,2-(l c an h ali ly *S rmrall aftera 37, in a dual meet yesterday mr orn- ats arown2-yard marker. s i…

… . - y a r d gain ing over the Varsity course Manders roundcd Michi an's let 3rockmeyer mtadc One Wolverine, however, stood end for 2C -ards and 2, first downj two at center. out above all the other rnes…

… Minnesota 35-yard line. Riebeth hit concude th lit o Mihign'sbrilliant return to the Wolverine Michigan's left tackle for two yards. concude th lit o Mihign's38-yard line \vhere he was tackled B…

… stopped for an in- in dual meets; and Northwestern, Newmrran's pass stant and then continued for a first Illnosan Cicgohae aleninto Hudson was ~~?--- down on the Wolverine 40-yard line, a quadrangular run…

…. ., ano 7yrs h e ald W'olverines Improve. b ro0k en up b5J. a gain.o 7yrs Welrfie Michigan's showing yesterday Brownell. Simia:mral nedogain.beh' was better than that which it made:' punted over the h ead…

… Howell and Hill, and the bettering straight up in the air. It was of Fitzgibbons' and Wolfe's condi- downed by Cornwell on the Goph- tion the Wolverine harriers shouild er 30-yard line. Brownell rounded…

… StateEl en Vt ie - ed N ewrn Wolverines Play -ere *K .. Wmle :~back nearthi Michigan State's gridelers, now ' zone line pointing for the Detroit game next '" pumnted o u week, took advantage of an open…

May 16, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

… to the pitcher, scored on Eastmans blow to t. The Wolverines counted in next frame, when with two n, Tompkins got a life on Ken- error, advanced to second when son drew a free ticket, and d on Diffleys…

… Here Today' For Season's Feature Court Matches. Chicago's veteran tennis will face the Wolverines o'clock this morning on the Field courts. The Maroons team at 10 Ferry boast an exceptionally powerful…

…. With the strongest opposition stacked up against them that they have met this year outside of the Big Ten meets, the Wolverine thin- clads are scheduled to meet the Illini squad of track stars today at…

… smashing re- Detroiters can offer as his opposi- 2nd Game: turns, the Wolverine veteran can tion. Cin s......002 000 410 7 14 0 usually be counted on to win his As usual Lenfesty and Howard Phila. ..102 000…

…- man. This match should be one of the features of the day, as the two contestants are well matched. .Clarke to Face Kaplan. Clarke, another Wolverine veter- an, playing in the fourth position, will be…

May 16, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 162) • Page Image 7

… at the fast mile Twenty Grand ran j Thursday and the nice workout Expect Closest Meet of Season yesterday morning. How much has Wth Wolverines Rating Charles Fisher got up his sleeve! with Sweep All…

… puzzlers loafed mostly ing Wolverines. yesterday, and light "blowouts" this As matters stack up now it looks morning. In the wokouts the like Tolan and Campbell are good Greentree stable, with T w e n t y…

… long ture the first and either Turner or driving Wolverine captain, will pair Mueller in the van of the 880 men, with Livingston against Schweitzer although Lindall is going to be a and Cornel. hard nut…

… looks like it is all in Aus- Cornel. tin's hands if he is up to his old Although most of the Wolverines form of around 9:42. confined their pre-match efforts to In the hurdles is where Coach a nine hole…

… slated for first place. Therefore, d'clpck on Ferry Field. it looks like the meet is going to The Wolverine lineup will have revolve around the winners of the n Groth, Grammarra, King, Garzone, high jump…

November 16, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 43) • Page Image 6

… which made thing< look bad for their opponents. Wieman's Line Junctions. The invaders line, coached b Tad Wieman, former Michiga mentor, tore great holes in th Wolverine forward wall, and Brock- meyer and…

… 115 for the Kipkemen. Also they lost but 6 yards from scrimmage as compared with the Wolverine's 47. Minnesota tried 12 passes, were suc- cessful on four of them and had two intercepted. Michigan ti…

…-A!, south goal. Minnesota elected to The pass gained 23-yards. ' kickoff to the Wolverines. Brook- u. Hudson hit Stadiurn at La ay fte. rMeyer booted the ball to Wheeler tHudson loste a yard. for on yar _ who…

… caught it on his 10-yard line t eAer e fto e ard. BOILERMAKERS FAVORED and in stiaight up the field to theA pew n aWolverine 22-yard marker whereot sf tc <d t } I ."he was tackled. a rs do t wasa g of…

…, Purdue 23-ard line and returned it 10- ured on the play and took time has won the annual classic by de- yards to the Wolverine 38-yard out. cisive margins, 24 to 14 in 1926, marker. Newman dropped back in…

October 16, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY PAGE; Kipke Drives Varsity Hard In Preparing For Wisconsin Tilt ---- Six Wolverine Kasley Is Honored Natators Get HonorRating Michigan Men On…

… around Ann Arbor for consist- ently refusing to risk the long string of dual-meet victories his Yale team has piled up by meeting Michigan, Matt Mann, coach of the Wolverine natators and himself a member…

January 16, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 81) • Page Image 3

… while teammates at Oklahoma A. and M. Put on Finishing Touches. The Wolverine grapplers put on the finishing touches for the State engagement with a light workout yesterday afternoon. Coach Keen and his…

…, the Hawaiian Wolverine, will be matched with the Spartan veteran, Austin, in the fl-poulI class. The little Maize and Blue wrestler has displayed a great amount of mat ability and knowlet ge in his…

December 16, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 67) • Page Image 7

… did Michigan, 4 to 2. 'Three Stars on Oppositon. Three men are outstanding on the visitor's team which will test the Wolverines' strength before the regular Conference season opens. "Smokey" Reynolds…

…, "Red" Cur- ran and "Sonny' Riseborough, should give the Wolverine defense a busy evening. Although there are still plenty of rough spots on the Varsity team, the exhibition it showed against Western…

… Ontario was encouraging for so early in the season. Under- dogs at the beginning of the game, the Wolverine puckmen out-skated the visitors throughout the game to take the decision by a margin of two goals…

…- standing. Crossman scored two of the Michigan goals and played a nice game all around, while Courtis gave another exhibition of his cus- tomarily good work at wing. Jack Tompkins, the Wolverine goalie, also…

March 16, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…- plicity in Heydt's transfer. )f 2,000 Attends Annual I-M Open House Sminuclug 'Ent Early Walt Peckinpaugh, Varsity third baseman and captain of this year's Wolverine nine, is leading his mates in…

… Joseph Hahn, Jr., 3-2, but Sumner Myers, faculty squash champ for two years, gave the Wolverine rac- quet men the edge for the evening with a 3-2 decision over Hal Smith, Jr. The exhibition wrestling match…

…, another angle will create plenty of interest and that is the attempt of some 25 other schools to stop Michigan's Wolverines who have won the team championship for the past five years. Indiana First Winner…

…- pionship with 40%/ points last year, the only Wolverine winners were Bill H. W. CLARK English Boot and Shoe Maker 0 Our new repair department, the ! best in the city. Prices are right. 438 South State and…

… 95-yard handicap, by 10 yards while being clocked in 1:49.8 on Dart- mouth's lighting fast boards. 1utter Relays' Gala Pageantry Awaits Wolverine Track Team Doherty Squad TopsBadgers Frosh Track Team…

… score of 53-5/16 to 45-1/16. Johnny Kautz, former Chicago high school half-mile king, accounted for nine of the Wolverines' points by romping home to victory in the half- mile run and tying for first…

March 16, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… , 100 , an d P ma Oi A ir1 URIIC II1 TO p IAVf2='2 0 yard free style eycnts, he was . l1oltI~nfo ~,I1e.Cn play. ed the title, "Pandit" which is com- I One Speaker Opposes. Wolverines jour frst prates…

… chairman afford a link betee'n the brew- diminutive Wolverine captain out- Missouri's mile relay team show- gypsy girl, who is obliged to con- of the dance committee. The date ery and distillery and the…

… 175 Wolverine speed artist in the Con- seniors of the Law school has clos- Ipound crown. In the heavyweight erence meet at Five Yangste Steamers ed and there will be a general saler r si class Burdick…

… the sponsored, the Liberal Studentse B300 yard dash. The Wolverine chine gun and rifle fire by Chinese the form of a summons to the union of the Unitarian church. The BY DETROIT FIRE sophomore's showing…

Wolverine quartet captured piano.1 the 160, yard relay by several yards This band comes here' for this over6Wisconsin, while Northwest- function only after extended ne- ern took third. Bob Howlett of…

Wolverines won the 440 most crowded spots in the metro- yard event for the third year in a politan dancing world. Johnson row only-after a thrilling duel with and his band have played in At- Wilson of…

May 16, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… HOT Team Scores i {( E i t Plays Capt ain.Curti. Wolverine (olfers Meet IiI ni Today In Last Home Tilt Tennis Feats Of Micigan Immortals Recalled As Olympics Near Team, 8-1 S T OV E I Lone…

… Michigan State netters had nothing to offer but persistence, but persistence alone was enough to win against the listless brand of tennis displayed by the last four men on the Wolverine team. The Spartan…

… singles twosomes will go out at 1:30 p.m. While Michigan defeated North- tvestern. conqueror of the Illini, the Wolverines can not be rated as fa- vorites because the Northwestern- Illinois match was a…

… In Shot Ralph Rose, Wolverine behemoth from California, was the greatest in history until Louisiana State's Jack Torrance came along to shadow his performances in the one-hand and two-hand shot put…

Wolverine team, there, curiously enough, by contri- meeting Dean Zahn and Capt. Elton butions obtaed in a drive instigat- Hill in the second best-ball match". ed by the Board in Control of Ath- In singles…

October 16, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

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January 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

… appears, "Why Wom- en smoke is an intriguing question, Saves To Blank Fast Professor Beane said and some rea- Skating Wolverines sons for indulgence are found in a book by 'The Woman Smoker'." The Local…

… beat Michigan last night. The Professor Beane was justifiably Wolverines' first string trio of Hey- piqued by these calls, because he did liger, James, and Fabello outclassed not make any statement…

… was equal National Guard; Expect to the task. He dove, he waited or Cold Snap To End Rains .he outfaked the Wolverine sharp- -__dpT E shooters whenever they came close, and every time he guessed the…

…. Bill Wood was turning in a good Sme left threatened homes on job for the Wolverines, but he didn't, footOthb like Wilkinson, have eyes in his feet. ers were rought out in Bill knocked 21 shots during the…

May 16, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…, hard-fought matches and the exceptional playing of Carstens, the Ypsilanti star, made up for it. Siegal Defaults Match A good battle had been expected between Carstens and Siegal, but the Wolverine

…, Botts, 3-6, and 4-6. Appelt won an easy match from Brown, 6-2 and 6-2. Baldwin also took an easy bout for Michigan from Straight, 6-0 and 6-1. Root, of the Wolverine team, and Arnold, of the Hurons, went…

… vitriolic manner. This, we feel, is a great injustice. It has been our pleasure to watch Michigan ath- letes for the past seven years. The Wolverines are amateurs, giving a great deal of time and effort to…

… and Blue net captain back in the season of 1912. Cleveland came out ahead, four matches to three, but the Wolverines gave them a run for their money. It was the best tennis of the season thus far, the…

January 16, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 79) • Page Image 7

…I an individual can enter only three intram urai. events one of which must be a re- j lay. Bleacher seats wil be open atI the pool during the meet.Ne s Wolverine Pucksters Basketball. I Will Leave for…

… to any one of the vs. Hermitage "A". Wolverine regulars. 8:20-Sigma Alpha Mu "A" vs. Phi Michigan's record now stands at Epsilon Kappa "A". five victories and three defeats, butj 2-Soph Dents (Engemar…

… contenders where collegiate 4 - Soph Engrs. (brown) vs. hockey ranks almost next to foot- Soph Plhys Eds (Macksimo-' ball as the season's most important! wiez).- drawing card. The Wolverines 9:00---Frosh Laws…

…)~ finally begun to draw the attention.' vs. Suckers (A. Redniss). of the student body here, after sev- 3-Wolverines (McCarrol ) vs. eras years of comparative obscur- Gophers (Stander). ity. Last Saturday…

February 16, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… Mac- The team which is scheduled to collum's position. make these trips includes Capt.t Defeated Detroiters. Miller, Smith, Ladd, Kennedy, Last Saturday t h e Wolverine Schmeiler, Cristy, Degener, Drys…

…. The men on the winning Wolverine team were Turner, star half-miler, Lemen, DeBaker, mid- dle distance man and Harman Wolfe, stellar performer in the longer distances. The performance of Renwick, a…

October 16, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 16) • Page Image 7

… in Starting Lineup for Buckeye Encounter. When the Wolverine Varsity grid team, which leaves tonight for Co- lumbus, lines up against Ohio State Saturday, they will be minus the services of at least…

…, and Newman has demon- strated a passing technique that surpasses any yet uncovered on the 1930 Wolverine squad. Hudson has been a consistent ground gainer and a good defensive player all season, and…

May 16, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 162) • Page Image 7

… the Wolverines is as face the barrier, the smallest field yet unannounceds since that of 1922 when MorvIh Michigan, in most of its games r to date, has shown no inclination romped home first. These…

… orite. This horse is the outstand-n haeth yhere ing threat of the East in their at- Inear the same as they showed in! tempt to win the laurels which the that game a Wolverine victory Nest has captured for…

May 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

WOLVERINE STUDENT CAFETERIA --- LANE HALL Notice to rnembers: Refunds incident to the present year s op- erations will be made on June5, 1937. Those who so desire may apply their re- funds toward the purchase…

February 16, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… Mid-West and National Collegiate aquatic circles. The teams last met in 1930 when the Bulldogs whipped the Wolverines 44-20. They have not met since that time mainly because Coach Bob Kip- uth refused…

… one of its perennially fine aggregations. The Wolverines, on the other hand have an outfit that Matt Mann believes to be the best1 he has ever coached. Headlining the evening's events will be the clash…

May 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…'s time was 21.9. The Wolverines showed their usual, strength in the field events with Big Bill Watson taking firsts in the weights, Sam Stoller winning the broad jump, and Fred Martin the javelin. Watson…

… ferencer V i e n n a Symphony Orchestras. cago tod "Americans always say 'greatest' when Walter they ohould say 'one of the best,'" Wolverin the conductor declared. aces' de singlesa Kraus To Welcomeic the…

… field in his 'other times at on Brewer dropped a Texas into left field for Michigan's er hit. four of Illinois' runs off Her- lhman were earned, five field- es by the Wolverines account- the others. an…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…. 15.-()- Michigan's powerful wrestling team defeated a crippled Northwestern squad, 33 to 5, at Patten Gym here today. The Wolverines won seven out of eight matches. They scored six of these victories…

…, primarily on character de- velopment. He was formerly on The Daily staff, and worked for his board at the Wolverine, Michigan's cooper- ative restaurant for students. "They Too Arise" is now in rehearsal and…

February 16, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… per- iod was but eighteen seconds old, and the Wolverines, who used but one spare player throughout the game, protected the lead against the North- ern Michigan collegians. Crippled by the absence of…

… their regular goalie, Co-Coptain Johnny Jewell, the Wolverine forwards played a defensive game, resorting to long range shots with an occasional rush. In the third period, things got a bit tense, but…

March 16, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

… lFlI H U . i J K IT uu ' * See Victory Next Time.- Tuesday night at the Mendelssohn ment. Representative Beck, Pennsyl- J theatre as the affirmative i"- Wolverines Are l n )ressi ve. vania…

…'eat Representative Cooper (R.,Ohio) : with which to refute the arguments portion of her 1-anto -Gay off old "The -E.ets seem to have made con- of their Wolverine opponents. old debts to \tr~l strt: , x te con1…

May 16, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

… complete the roll of colleges whose ex-stars will battle the Wolverines. LeRoy Weir, ace of the outfit, wore Wooster colors in his college days, and Ed Howard, No. 5, was an Oberlin racqueteer Weir holds the…

May 16, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… him in that order to shut out the Wolverine entries of Stone and Staehle. Dan Caldemeyer shared record- busting honors with Lash, however, by an impressive victory over Mich- igan's Bob Osgood. Skimming…

… perfect record. Lefty Fishman. Wolverine pitcher had men on base in every inning except the fourth, but he held the Purdue runners away from the plate until the ninth, when the Boiler- makers got all of…

July 16, 1932 (vol. 13, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

… importance given. by the press to "an apparently false version" of what the Premier had .said. Equals Own World Mark Eddie Tola Equals 01 Dash Ree Former Wolverine Frank WykofE iI Events at Tryouts Runs 100…

May 16, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… the Wisconsin netmen yesterday on the Badgers' home courts by a nine to nothing score. Despite the apparently easy vic- tory which the score would indicate the Wolverines were hard pressed 'in most of…

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