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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

… to be swayed from his earlier predic- tion that a new champion would be crowned in Columbus. The Wolverines, he claimed, lacked the necessary first-place strength to capture the Confer- ence crown…

… Captain Dave Owen, who had been busy re-writing rec- ord books with his 16-lb. lead ball, was the only sure first place Michigan had. In the hurdles, the Wolverines had one great big cipher. Simi- lar holes…

… that Canham had made in December could now be seen in the light of the indoor season and the revelations were, to Michigan fans, shocking. There just were no hurdlers on the Wolverine squad. Scholastic…

… one deficit was bad enough but it was not the only one the Wolverines were forced to face. The middle-distance runners, Robin Varian, Ernie Sims and Milt Robinson were either injured or performing below…

… hurdle with some talent when needed. I FLYING WOLVERINE - John Magnuson, laborous Michigan sprinter, hard at work in practice to improve his times. Magnuson, a junior from Compton, Cal., placed fourth in…

… be able to win the out- door crown. The only real ques- tion was whether or not they would be able to stay in the first division. Two weeks before the outdoor finals the Wolverines traveled down to…

… Champaign for a re- match with Illinois. But this time there was no 30-pt. victory for the Blue. A renovated Illini squad ran all over Michigan and snapped the Wolverines' long winning streak by better than a…

… shot put and sophomore Lou Williams' surprising third place in the broadjump with a leap. of 23' 11%", the Wolverines piled up more than enough points to entrench themselves solidly In third place. There…

… the high jump and with a few good freshmen the Wolverines could pose a definite threat next year. ICHIGAN MEN select their PIPES from PIPE REPAIRS l 8 ESTH VROW 8L E~4 C I-7 _ _ l …

April 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… ever. "Winning the Big Ten indoor meet was by far the outstanding event in my memory," reminisces Canham, Wolverine coach for the past 11 years. Michigan was expected to battle it out with Illinois for…

… the crown. In fact, the Illini were installed as the meet's favorite by virtue of their dual meet victory over the Wolverines two weeks previous. Perform at Peak But peak showings by virtually everyone…

…, gave Michigan a 23- point runaway. The Wolverines notched 71 points to Illinois' 48, making a shambles of the form chart. Major League Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONAL LEAGUE Cleveland New York…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

… to stop a flying puck off the stick of a Michigan State shooter. Hayton, who has two years left with the Wolverines, was unsuccessful, but goalie Ross Childs caught the disc himself to prevent a goal…

…, Michigan earned a nerth in the NCAA hockey tournament which was held last March at Colorado Springs, Colo. Having emerged six previous times from this seasonal climax as champions, the Wolverines this year…

…- ries- Still, the Maize and Blue were pressed down to the wire by a sur- prising North Dakota squad, coached by ex-Wolverine hockey star, Al Renfrew. The Sioux came to Ann Arbor on March 4 to face…

… Michigan in a two-game series. Despite the five- game winning streak that the Wolverines had compiled, winning this series was a virtual must if Michigan was to retain any hope of defending its 1956 NCAA…

… team that skated on the ice to face the Wolverines. At the end of two periods, the Sioux held what looked like a se- cure 2-0 lead. But Michigan crashed through in the final stan- za, scoring two goals…

…- Wolverines 'continued their win- NCAA championships to Michi- or play than at Michigan. It's been clenched in his teeth, is credited y Bob Zuppke, the sage of ning ways in almost every sport. gan. His teams…

… just about clinched a playoff spot. . Two games remained with Mich- igan Tech, but the Wolverines captured both of them with com- parative ease, 5-3, and 7-4, and to the victors went second place in the…

… are over, although this is not 100 per cent positive. Defense Corps Deflaed In additiop to these two players, the Wolverines lose through grad- uation defensemen Bob Schiller, Bob Pitts and Bernie Hanna…

… highest scoring Wolverine in league action. For- ward Jerry Karpinka has' com pleted his playing 'career, too. All is not lost, however. The backbone of last year's team, goalie Ross Childs, leads the re…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

… actually had the po- tential to do better. And some of KRAMER VS. ILLINOIS ... two more the things that happened last sea- son bear this out, too. The Wolverines took five of their eight pre…

… Ten the Wolverines were 6-1 at home and 2-5 away. Opening at Indiana, Michigan dropped a tough one to the even- tual co-champion Hoosiers, 73-68. Travelling to Michigan State, they knocked off the other…

December 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

… points in the state of Michigan promises to give the Wolverine natators an indication of the com- petition they can expect in col- lege circles after the Christmas vacation. The 100 yard breast stroke race…

… night's 11-6 Wolverine victory. Heathcott's effort was unsuccessful, however, as the puck rebounded off to the right. Wolverine Cagers Face Strong Butler Quintet By BOB ROSENMAN Michigan's puckmen…

… HIGHLIGHTING t h e Wolverines' impressive win were Neil Celley and Al Bassey who chipped in with two counters apiece to aid in Michigan's second triumph of the young season. Earl Keyes, John Matchefts, and Paul…

… require more working on, but much of the dif- ficulty in stopping the Tiger at- tack can be attributed to the ab- sence of star defenseman Eddie, May from the Wolverine lineup. , * THE TIGERS, whom Michigan…

… will battle in the series finale at the Coliseum tonight at 8 p.m., jumped off to an early 1-0 lead, but it was short-lived as McKen- nell scored on a 5-footer. The Wolverines quickly added three more…

December 16, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

… several forghe Wolvns to met te defensemen, a spare goal tender for the Wolverines to meet thean ohngepfrmteMh- Russians alone had to be called off an c oach Am Be last weekend when the NCAA ruled igan…

… varsity Visitors To Play Six Games i ~squad.! T a wThe touring visitors, who will BOB WHITE twelve membhich steral of whom play only six games in the United "* .- Wolverine All American are hampered by…

… to Cornell and C Cardigan style. Colors Rutgers. Many sophs find that the are in grey or brown first college match or two is the hardest, and the five Wolverines, striping.' having passed that…

… Red Wing-Wolverine game yearly Red Wing contest is al- present cigar. which has become an annual af- ways a colorful affair. The Coli- Tickets for this evening's ac- fair here is in danger of being seum…

… all season in which the frosh will play. I 4 As is to be expected, the game is usually a runaway. Last year saw the Wings on the long end of an 11-3 score, but the Wolverines had a share of the…

February 16, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Michigan traci- fans in the dual meet between the Wolverines and the Illini, with the opening of the field events scheduled for 2:00 p.m. and the track events begin- nilig half an hour later. LAZ TURNED the…

… preparation for the dual meet against Iowa's Hawkeyes Saturday in the varsity pool. The Wolverines returned to Ann Arbor with a road trip record of two victories and one defeat. Both Minnesota a n d…

… Ris, Iowa brings a powerful aggregation to$Ann Ar- bor. Earlier in the season the Hawk- eyes were defeated by Big Ten Champs Ohio State in a close meet. Last year Iowa upset the Wolverine natators to…

…. taught him the winning tricks which he has imparted to the Wol- verines. * * * THE VICTORY came in true Wolverine fashion. Being 39-41 going into the last event, the Lokenmen scored a clean sweep of the…

…. Individual stars of the meet were the Wolverines' Pete Barthell and the Gophers' Doug Sorenson, both of whom compiled 15 team points. Herb Loken, brother of the Michigan coach and co-captain. of the Minnesota…

… outfit was run- ner-up with 13 points. Connie Ettl was in the second place slot in team points for Michigan with 10. * * * BARTHELL and Buchanan ac- counted for the Wolverines' three firsts. Pete was the…

March 16, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… in Chicago on Friday, poses with two Sham- rock track stars at the European Athletic Championships held in Berne, Switzerland, in 1954. On his right is the Wolverine track captain, Brendan O…

… close friends since 1953 when they met through a track meet in na- tive Ireland. 'M' Missed Chance "Delany would have come to Michigan," noted the Wolverine leader, "if he hadn't been ap- proached by Fred…

… too late compete. Wolverines Fal Eeles Landstrom leaped 1 in the pole vault, but for the I time in history six men bette 14'10" in one meet. Doug Kyle, a Wolverine g student from Vancouver, Que., not…

… the hockey tourna- ment in the late 1940's that Michi- gan hasn't been in at least the semifinals. All but three years, twice when they were beaten in the semis and once in the finals, the Wolverines

March 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…, they completed one of the finest five year spans in modern Wolverine athletic history. Under the leadership of coach Vic Heyliger, who came to Michi- gan in 1944, the Wolverine puck- sters have managed…

… to compile the amazing total of 100 victories and only 14 defeats in the last five years. This represents a winning average of 87 per cent. The Wolverines have received bids to all five of the NCAA…

… cham- pionship tournaments since they were started in 1948. In that year the Wolverines took a record of 18 wins, two losses and one tie to Colorado Springs. They downed Boston College 6-4 in the semi…

… eliminated by Dart- mouth in the semi-finals, 4-2. 1950 saw the Wolverines lose to Boston University by a 4-3 score, after carrying a 22-3-0 record in- to the tournament. On both occasions even though the…

Wolverines could not win, they managed to take third place. Colorado College, who like Mich- igan has received a bid to all five tournaments, was the winner in 1950. This is the only time that the Tigers have…

… University in the semi-finals, and 7-1 victory over Brown in the final round. In addition four Wolverines received the distinc- tion of being named to the All- American hockey team. This year Coach Heyliger…

… goal in last night's 4-1 Wolverine victory. JOHN McKENNEL PAUL PELOW "",, State Swint Crown Won ByFordsoii By IVAN KAYE Fordson High School, coached by former Michigan swimming star Gus Stager…

…- r record, and in so doing he pulled down the only first place garnered by the Wolverines. - J FLO'*RSHIM Even the beer turns the color of the Emerald Isle! n ----, * Overtime game SEASON TOTALS…

February 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

… RDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1952 THE MICHIGAN, DAILY THE MICHIGAN~ DAILY Colorado College Defeats Puckmen in * s * * # $ * * Hartwell Leads Tigers, Scoring Two Big Goals Tight Game Wolverine Court…

… their chances, and we didn't." Heyliger also praised Ken Kinsley, Colorado goalie, who managed to get in front of 23 Wolverine shots. "He's the best we've faced this season," said Hey- liger. In detail…

…- counter yet for the Wolverines. The Spartans, conquered only by powerful Ohio State this sea- son, will be at full strength while Matt Mann's crew will be minus three crack performers, all ineli- gible for…

… FORWARD EARL KEYES FLEET FOURSOME: Thinelads Out for Record at State Relays Wolverines To Wrestle NU Matmen By ED SMITH EAST LANSING - Coach Don Canham's Wolverine thinclads will try to turn the Spartans…

… watched, the Wolverine distance medley group of Carroll, Jacobi, Ross, and McEwen will be out to break the world's record time of 10:08.9 set at last year's meet by a Michigan quartet. Four other Maize and…

… Michigan's top dash man. His loss for future meets could seriously impair thea Wolverine's chances in the Big Ten Meet in March. Bill Barton, promising sopho- more quarter miler, who ivll re- place him today…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

…STHE MICHIGAN DAILY I' Gymn astics By AL JONES Hayslett, the Wolverines put on a tain for the 19 ier big year behind, but great showing-one that'had even Cole and Haysle etter one in the future…

… which the Wolverines out- classed the rest of the field. Teams like Iowa and Michigan State, which had defeated the Wolver- ines in dual meets and were fa- vored to finish higher in the Big. Ten, fell by…

… the wayside. MSU scored 68 points for the third-place spot, while Iowa set- tled for fourth with 68. Best Performances The heroes in the Wolverine comeback were Gagnier, Cole and Hayslett in particular…

…'s history, tied for the Big Ten all-around champion- ship and took first in the parallel bars last season. Ie'll be back to lead the Wolverines this year as captain. points in dual meets, and again last year…

… it does.happen this year, the Wolverines might break that for- mer top mark of second in the Big Ten. If not, they will have to play second fiddle to the Illini. Even so, it's becoming an honor to…

… season to help spark the Wolverines to what they hope will be their greatest year ever. The Evanston, IlL., senior was state diving champion in high school, but decided-and profitably so-to turn to…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

… that went seven innings. The Wolverines also dropped the first game of the twin bill to the Illini for their first loss to an. Illinois team in six years. Drop to Third This was the third week of the…

… over Minnesota. The heros were Steve Boros, hard-hitting shortstop, and Girardin, who won won his third game in relief. The next day the Wolverines met league-leading Iowa-,in what was scheduled as a…

September 16, 1953 • Page Image 33

… Four new faces in the Wolverine starting lineup proved valuable faces as Michigan's tennis squad pounded out an 8-3 dual meet .~record and went on to finish fourth in the Conference meet at Evanston…

… Mills captured the number three consolation tournament and an Al Mann-Bob Curhan combina- tion annexed the number two doubles consolation. This helped the Wolverines to a 2012 total, only two…

… first loss of the season in the number four slot by dropping a 6-3, 6-0 match to Dick Roberts. NEDERLANDER had a hand in tallying both of the Wolverines' points. He outclassed Howard Trier, 6-3, 6-4, in…

… was again humbling Trier, 6-4, 6-4, for his seventh consecu- tive win. OTHER THAN this, however, the Wolverines were completely outplayed from the number one match, where Drobac slaughtered Mann, on…

Wolverines were forced to play indoors in their Conference opener due to rain, but managed a 5-4 margin for their third straight win. Returning homq the Murphy- men breezed by Purdue, 8-1, Northwestern, 7…

…-1, at Champaign the next day. The Wolverines swept all the singles matches in their final dual meet. Men's Glee Club Campus Favorites for 93 Years ' f ~ \p Long an outstanding Michigan tradition the…

May 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

Wolverines, along with nine other Conference teams, will all be competing in the Big Ten cham- pionships which will be held next Saturday at East Lansing. Illinois was runnerup to Iowa last year with Michigan…

… falling to third. Meanwhile,'*today the "M" net- ters will be at Bloomington to face ihe Hoosiers. Indiana, 11-11 last year, does not appear to be any threat to the Wolverines, nor do they pose to stop any…

…- pire called the runner at second, who was out by at least 15 feet, safe, because Kucher failed to touch second when the ball was in his possession, the Wolverine bench roared in protest and Lund raced…

Wolverines quickly regained the lead in the second inning when they took advantage .of Arneson's lack of control to score three more runs. Wilbert Franklin drove the first one in with a bases-loaded in- field…

…'s second dispute as the Wol- verines argued vehemently that first baseman Bill Offenbecker had pulled his foot off the bag. Struezewski Steals Struczewski then stole home for the Wolverines' third run of the…

…-run single. Soon after Delveaux arrived on the scene to contain the Wolverine offense and Illinois edged to win. The third and perhaps liveliest rhubarb of the day occurred when Delveaux picked up Rinckey…

… in Michigan's 8-5 loss to Illinois was Gene Struczewski who stole home to give the Wolverines a short-lived lead. Michigan travels to Lafayette, Ind. to meet the Boilermakers of Purdue in a…

… Wiscon- sin, Michigan State, and Detroit1 visit Ann Arbor in the Wolverines'3 regular season windup. The M' squad has proved tough to beat on the University Course, site of next weekend's Big Ten Meet…

February 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

… Michigan's basketball team will be making attempts at a come- back tonight when they play host to Illinois at Yost Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. After their disheartening "lost weekend," the Wolverines need a victory…

… may have had playing Illinois minus been erased with an ankle injury ineligible George BonSalle has to guard Jack Lewis. Bad Sprain The Wolverine playiaker suf- *fered a bad sprain dr.ving in for a lay…

… defense for a complete contest. A spot where Michigan will def- initely have to improve if Illinois, is to be overcome is in field goal] percentage. The Wolverines could do no better than .300 last week…

Wolverine divers will have their first big test in dual meet competition this season, as Iowa has two of th3 better divers in the Conference, Take Quick and Ken Miner: Quick, who wos good last season has…

… sprint races are the Wolverines' weakest point without Hanimly, and Iowa should be able to :' a;t r}.ie on this. With the logs of Lincoln I'Iur- ring, Olympic backstrokes, the Hawkeyes hare been forced to…

… Adamski to a severe test. In addition to looking to pre- serve their unbeaten dual meet record, the Wolverines will be out to avenge a 48-45 loss to the Hawkeyes last season. LARRY MURRAY -... out of…

February 16, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

… Depth By DON LINDMAN Michigan's chances of dethron- ing Ohio State as Big Ten swim- ming champion are a lot brighter, as a result of the showing. of the Wolverine natators against Michi- gan State last…

…-stars but having little depth. * * * THE WOLVERINES possess a host of excellent sprint freestylers. Ron Gora, Tom Benner, Jack Wardrop,rand Don Hill combined KEEP A-HEAD OF YOUR HAIR Collegiate Cuts to please…

… Saturday night, connect- ed on 30 of their 63 floor shots, a terrific 47.6 percent. * * * DESPITE THIS display of marksmanship, the Wolverines were still in the contest late in the fourth period, trailing by…

… hurt the local five. In the final analysis however, Northwestern's ability to score when it had to was the deciding factor. * * * BARRON, while the high point- getter for the Wolverines with' 19, played…

… of the season to win the side horse and give the Wolverines five wins for the evening. KRUMBHOLZ has been some- what of a disappointment all year, but Saturday he garnered 17 points and should be a…

… serious doubts about the Wolverine chances against the Gophers and the remainder of the season's op- position. * * * TO MAKE matters worse, Harry Luchs, a consistent point scorer1 in first semester…

… two firsts and spark- ed the Wolverines to their first win since beating Wisconsin in mid-January. Adams, displaying tremendous confidence, demonstrated no ill ef- fects from his one semester var- sity…

… n be8 th a' otnothin cke for the Ifsnk ,ATER FTASTE { The Wolverines, while not putting on one of their better performances of the season, still played, according to Coach Bill Perigo, "their best…

January 16, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 82) • Page Image 7

…1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THINCLADS, GRAPPLERS: ASTS, Three Wolverine Teams Swing into Action ymnasts Seek Second din Against Buckeyes The Michigan gymnastic squad takes to the road today seeking…

…-up that was suc- cessful against Indiana last week. Veterans Lee Krumbholz, Mary Johnson, Harry Luchs and captain Don Hurst are expected to bear the brunt of the Wolverines' hopes. New-corner Jack Eckle and…

… Eastern Meets Michigan AAU Track, Field Events Finds 20 Schools Seeking Honors. The Wolverine thinclads will compete in two Eastern Invitation- als and the Michigan A. A. U. meet during the between…

…- roll, Roy Christiansen, George Lynch, and Hickman to defend the trophy 'the Wolverines won last year. Following final exams the en- tire team will be entered in the Michigan AAU Meet, which will be held…

… defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon in two out of three matches. Michigan Matmen Face Unbeaten Iowa Saturday Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverine grapplers take to the mats in search of their third win when they meet…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…'s swim- ming squad. ' CY HOPKINS ... NCAA breaststroke winner Michigan State in the final race- t.e medley relay-to take the title. The victory was a team triumph. Of the 11 Wolverine men entered in the…

…'s first-place winners. MSU's Depth Tremendous At the Big Ten championships Michigan did not' fare so well. The Wolverines were unable to cope with Michigan State's tre- mendous depth and had to settle for a…

… second-place finish - 211 points behind the Spartans win- ning total of 87 points. But Michi- gan's sophomore duo of Hopkins and Dick Hanley each contributed two individual wins. The Wolverines began the…

… grasp, Michigan mauled the Buckeyes, 61-44, which incidentally snapped an Ohio State dual-meet win streak at 17. The outstanding highlight of this meet was the showing of the diving by the Wolverines, who…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…, they lost two games before capacity turnouts.. The Mi'ehigan Statf Spartans were the Wolverines' second foes of the sca;ri Some 101,129 fans filled the Michigan Stadium to see the Wo 'crines who had run…

… weather was nothing compared to the gloom that spread over the campus when the mud dried the evening of Saturday, October 7, 1956. It was generally conceded that wne Wolverines }ad outplayed the t…

February 16, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…TAE MICHiliAN DAILY SUNDAY, orthwestern Fall to 'M' Swimmers Hanley, Tashnick Break Records; Wolverines Whip Hoosiers, 65-40 By CARL RISEMAN sity exhibition pool and easily Michigan's powerful…

… swimming defeated them both. team took on two Big Ten conten- In a rare double dual meet, the ders at once yesterday at the var- Wolverines defeated Indiana, 65- Swimmnug Sununaries MICHIGAN…

… involving Michi- gan and Central Michigan. The Wolverine squad was divided into two teams, Maize and Blue. Each competed individually with the Central Michigan squad. The Blue team led by Nino Marion and Al…

February 16, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… motionless Howes, who never saw the speed- ing puck. Then Gordie Howe- came through with an unassisted goal, and Michigan's dream was shattered. The Wolverines fought back gamely in the final period, out…

… highlight of the humorous Lefty's antics. Five freshmen made their local debut for the Maize and Blue, and of the quintet, wing Gary Starr and defenseman Barrie Hayton stood out for the Wolverines. -Daily…

… background can be seen Wolverine Bob Pitts and the Red Wings' ace, Gordie Howe. Yanks Get Fifth Starter' In Recent Deal With Nats Illinois, Iowa Battle For Cage Honors By JIM BAAD with Wisconsin, one notch…

… Student Publications Building. NHL SCORES Iowa and weak Northwestern. Toronto 1, Boston 0 Through all this the Illini have beaten the Wolverines rather con- New York 6, Chicago 1 come out undefeated and are…

… title. hopes for Michigan are not the highest. The Wolverines have been suffering from an expectedNBOOKS slump as they are currently run--NEWauof ner ning the gamut of Conference i '' powers. They are now…

March 16, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

… 1954 national championship this past week-end. Playing with only two forward lines in the rarified atmosphere of Colorado Springs, the RPI squad overcame Michigan's pre-tourna- ment favored Wolverines

Wolverines were the victims of an eastern referee who refused 4t allow the Michigan squad to play its own brand of hockey. Ed Barry, a Boston official, and and to some extent "Rabbit" Mc- Veigh, who works the…

… com- plete failure of Michigan's usually reliable first line to produce any- thing in the way of offensive strength, added to the Wolverine's frustrations and prevented them from holding the Engineers…

…, Johnny Mariucci's Gophers found themselves in the same position the Wolverines were in twenty-four hours be- fore: three goals behind and playing a fired-up sextet using its' heart as well as its' sticks…

…. Through Dales, Scruggs met the Wolverine track coach, Don Canham. Can- Scruggs attributes much of his cinder success to Canham's vigor- ous practice sessions. A lot of physical training goes into a track…

May 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… yes- terday in leading his Illinois team- mates to an 8-5 victory over Mich- igan here yesterday. The loss was' the Wolverines' fifth against a similar number of Big Ten wins, and virtually re- moved…

…. "well-disputed" plays spelled defeat for the Michigan nine. Delveaux, who has often given the Wolverines a tough time on the gridiron, was even tougher when he came into pitch with the score tied, 5…

April 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 137) • Page Image 7

… wins, assertingtot that if the Wolverines don't im- UC n prove in the other departments, the competition of the Big Ten will" catch up with them. II .,l 1is - Only Glen Girardin, the Wyan-L dotte…

… the Wolverines to spend time outdoors. Katzenmeyer states that he was very impressed with the way that the seven Wolverines were hitting WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY FRENCH STUDY TOUR Comprehensive tour of…

February 16, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Bobbie Watts (2) skate after loose puck. Wolverine goalie Ross Childs (1) stands ready to make a possible. save, while teammate Warren Wills (3) prepares to lend a helping hand. MSU Trims 'M' leers In…

… his own blue line with the puck, and beat the Michigan defense, then deftly placed the puck past goalie. Ross Childs from six feet out. Delky bozzi tied up the game for the Wolverines with a 35-foot…

… Michigan, 85-76, before 11,498 fans at St. John Arena. It was the Buckeyes' sixth straight Conference win at home, giving them a 6-5 Big Ten record. Michigan is now'4-4 in Conference play. The Wolverines

… with 34 points in the second half. Howard Stopped Howard, who came into the game sporting a 16.7 average in Big Ten play, was stopped cold for the second time this season by the Wolverines' M. C. Burton…

…., Howard scored only two points before he fouled out with 2:44,g one in the secondhalf. His departure appeared to be the turning point in the game for the Wolverines. They had cut a 38-35 OSU half- time lead…

… number of informers among students at one in 10 or 12. Ik c e t al was scored at 19:00 of the last period on a pass from Wolverine captain Neil McDonald. Startling Call Just 27 seconds later, one of the…

… most startling calls of the year took place. The Wolverines pep- pered Spartan Goalie Joe Selinger with three shots and finally the fourth bounced in. Rather the offi- cial goal judge thought it did, but…

January 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverines have win if they had hit on an extra ten per cent of their foul shots? Why, you may ask, do we need a mathematician for this simple operation? The answer is the one-and-one foul rule…

… can be assessed or not, it is a safe assumption to conclude by saying that an improvement from the 15-ft. line would help Bill Perigo & Co. The Wolverines, currently in a three-way tie for second place…

… no one ever gave us a chance of getting there, and then win- ning the playoffs." Another thrill for him was the pair of goals he scored in those playoffs. Quartet Enters K. of C. Relays Four Wolverine

February 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… season's opening dual meet last night at Yost Field House, 65-49. The Wolverines pleased a sparse crowd of about 300 by taking seven of the 12 first places offered and displaying all-around power in every…

… high jump with a leap of 6'2". After Perry in the race for top honors, came three Wolverines. Helmar Dollwet, who finished at the head of the class, Brendan O'- Reilly and captain Dave Owen. Dollwet took…

May 16, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

… }t) !t> COs Om o lo -y?oy lO G=o<-yCo s) <--yOy <- 15 Women Will Assist In Counseling Capacity At Annual Convention Wolverine Girls' State counse- lors are needed to act as advisors to high school…

… girls attending the 14th consecutive convention, to be held June 15 through June 23 at the University. The annual Wolverine Girls' State convention is the Michigan unit of a nation-wide program sponsored…

May 16, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

… closest of any team to beat the Wolverines last year, losing 5-4, the graduation of the top three men from the Broncos squad has considerably weakened them.. Most of their matches this year have not…

… over In- diana Saturday. Before the meet Canham had figured the Hoosiers were close to Michigan's equal on paper. But the Wolverines came up with sev- eral above-par performances and literally ran…

… run scoring. Had Benedict made the play, it would have ended the inning. The single error came at a bad, time, but was not the whole of the Wolverine troubles. Steve Boros made a throwing error in the…

March 16, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

… the Broadmoor Ice Palace. Tonight's broadcast of the Wolverines' clash with St. Lawrence will begin at 10:15. arb philosophized yesterday, "The pre-tournament draw of Michi- gan has had a depressing…

… Landstrom and Mark Booth are the Wolverines' championship contributions to the Cleveland meet. Opposition for Landstrom Landstrom, whose latest pole- vault effort was 14'4" last week in the Milwaukee games…

…-man group to tomorrow afternoon and evening's Denison Relays. Conference champion Dave Owen leads a two-man Wolverine entry in the shot put event. Owen, who consistently puts the shot over 50 feet, is joined…

April 16, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 133) • Page Image 3

… split the two- game series last year, Western beating the Wolverines, 5-1, in the regular season home open- er, while Michigan edged the nesday. Southpaw Mark Ferrelli Broncs, 5-4, in a game later in…

… pitched the last two innings for the season. Michigan, taking over for Jack The Wolverines led off the '54 Corbett who had started. regular baseball season by trounc- Fisher plans to use a number ing Wayne…

January 16, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Back on the winning trail again after a 10-2 rout of Michigan State Wednesday night, the Wol- verine pucksters are preparing to meet their stiffest competition of the season when they face the…

… game than the Wolverines. They have picked up five points on four victories and two setbacks. Leading the Minnesota attack will be Mariucci's high-scoring combination of John Mayasich, Gene Campbell, and…

… finest net minders in the college ranks. * * * VIC HEYLIGER, Wolverine coach, has termed this series with Minnesota a "must" series for the Wolverines. To offset the potency of the Minnesota trio, Heyliger…

… talents. This series will mark the fare- well of Keyes as a Wolverine. The ex-captain, who will long be re- membered as one of the Michigan greats, graduates at the end of the current semester. Ron…

… Martinson's return to reg- ular action will definitely aid the Wolverines, weakened by the loss of McKennell and now Keyes. Martinson will take his regular turn on the third linewith ,Doug Mullen and Telly…

November 16, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

… attempt by Wolverine halfback Darrell Harp- er was only a few feet of f to the left of the goal posts, and Michi- gan lost to Indiana, 8-6. Fourth Big Ten Loss It was the fourth Big Te loss, for the…

Wolverines this season, and the first loss to Indiana since 1954. The Michigan squad now stands 1-4-1 in the Conference and 2-5-1 overall, doomed to the worse season since 1936 no matter what the outcome of…

… climaxi of a helter- skelter drive that was sparked by quarterback Bob Ptacek's passing but interrupted by penalties and the lack of sharp blocking. The Wolverines were fighting to overcome the Hoosiers' 8…

… the ball to the Indiana 23- yd. line. Then the Wolverines were pe- nalized 15 yards for a personal foul, which moved the ball back to the Indiana 38-yd. line. Three plays netted only five yards, and set…

… ended on the next play when the Wolverines scored their only touchdown. TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES: Postponemient of Firing Shows ICBM Not Ready WASHINGTON (P) -Another postponement of an Atlas ICBM test…

December 16, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… fourth quarter of the Wolverine victory over Butler. Cagers Edge Butler, 84-77; Late Surge Brings Victory By JOHN HILLYER It took superior size and a 27-point splurge by sophomore George Lee to do it, but…

… Michigan's scrappy basketball team finally subdued red-hot Butler, 84-77, last night at Yost Field House. Catching fire in the latter portion of the second half, the Wolverines called on superior rebounding…

… third period scoring spree as it came from behind to whip the McGill Redmen, 5-2, before 2,500 fans at the Coliseum last night. The game was the Wolverines' last on home ice for the next two weeks as they…

… head west to- morrow. They will open league play a- gainst Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday and then play Den- ver Friday and Saturday. Changed Team. As the Wolverines took the ice to start the third…

… from 15 feet to push the Wolverines out ahead and virtually break McGill's back. Loose Puck The fourth goal came at 8:57. Don McIntosh raced around be- hind the McGill net with the puck, and then flipped…

April 16, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

… library's collection of 18th century English Drama, ac- cording to Wagman. BATTLE TITANS TODAY: wolverine Iaseballers Steamroll Toledo, 16-1 MUDDY WEATHER-Work on the North Campus Automotive Lab pus…

… innings to receive credit for the Wolverine wallop. The senior south- paw showed excellent control," walking only one man and forc--" their commencement exercises ing the rest to ground out. Fingerprint…

Wolverines beat the Titans here three days ago, 5-0. Toledo got off to a bad start in the first inning, allowing the first Wolverine run to score without a hit. Toledo pitcher Dick Baldwin walked centerfielder…

… drove in three runs and was the Wolverine's only ex- tra-base knock. Besides the three actual errors, Toledo made several costly blund- ers in judgment in the fatal frame by either throwing a fielded ball…

March 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

… Tigers, 4-1 Early Wolverine Goals Whip Colorado, Keep Title in U Hands By ED WHIPPIE Special to The Dagy COLORADO SPRINGS-Michigan made hockey history here las night. The Wolverines trounced crippled…

…. Friday they fought back to beat Yale, 4-3, but last night the Wolverines gave no openings for comebacks. After Graham Crag made It 4-1 halfway through the second stanza the. issue was never in doubt. The…

… 25400 rabid fans who came to see Michigan licked were disappointed by a, Michigan tiam that 'received praise from Heyliger. THE WOLVERINES rolled out of their 3-0 first period margin as George Chin opened…

… scored the second goal on assists from de- fensemen Jim H gs and Reggie Shave. Keyes tipped in a blue line shot off Haas' stick. The Tigers were shorthanded at the time and the Wolverine power play paid…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

… recent University Middle East Expedition, will speak on "Impressons of the Middle East.' Social hour will follow the meeting. All interested are] invited. Wolverine Club: Meeting, 7:15 p.m., League…

…-123 Varsity Laundry will PICK UP and DELIVER s. 4 1 4 LECTURE COURSE 11 ... _I OPENING NUMBER 1 THURSDAY -8:30 P.M. THE STUDENT PLAYERS preset , Maria D. MUillr Two Big Wolverine Weeken Follow…

May 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

… open from 9 a.m. until noon.N A fine of twenty-five cents a day 'will be charged 'for overdue paintings. APPROVES APPOINTMENTS: SGC Allocates Funds To Wolverine Club TESTING -- A student experiences…

… student involvement and interest appropriated $200 Wednesday in the elections and in the Coun- night to the Wolverine Club. cil. This money will be used to help Among the motions are sugges- pay for…

January 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 88) • Page Image 5

… competition with experienced Conference teams resulted in nothing better than a fourth-place finish for the young Wolverines. THEN CAMF THE YEAR 1920, and for half a basketball season it seemed to be just a…

… finally six games, a challenging position for the title. ILLINOIS STOOD as the barrier to the Maize and Blue un- beaten string and at the same time stood in the way of its championship dreams. The Wolverine

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

…, Heyliger has moved defenseman Eddie May to the third line to team with Gor- die Naylor and Joe Marmo. The latter will center the trio. * * * IT IS WITH this revamped line-up that the Wolverines will battle…

… will be especially so if they materialize against Canham's well-balanced team. Gym Squad To Open Season Minus Five Key Performers, PHIL ARROWSMITH . . . flying "sparrow's The Wolverine gymnastics team…

May 16, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… Given To Hatcher U For Opinion AA Final Approval No A Up .to Regents Groii Group Aprovs ,joint Judi~c Charter ,i- -416- -46- * * * * * * Wolverines Senate Os Face Illinois OATIS 'I E P…

… Blue cinder express from Illi-A tE,9 , nois rolls into Ann Arbor for a dual meet with the , Michigan Wolverines in Ferry Field at 2P lan P s p.m. today. Whereabouts. Of Journalist Not Revealed State…

… local AAUP, vide tough competition for their' Illinois counterparts when the two teams square off in a bitter con- test. Wolverine captain Jack Car- roll is indoor champ in the quarter mile and will be…

… three top ien in the conference, Wolverine Roy Christiansen and Illini thinclads Gene Maynard and Stacey Siders, competing. * * MICHIGAN'S ace hurdler, Van{ Bruner, will face Illinois' defend-! ing champ…

April 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 133) • Page Image 3

…'s Athletics- New York Yankees opening day rainout wasn't the first here. SPRING IN i5lXIE: Wolverine Trackmen Shine, Then Fade in Southern Trip By The Associated Press BOSTON-Timely hitting by catcher Roy…

…. Nilsson's mark of 164 feet 3%V inches was good enough for second. The Wolverines' mile relay team of Dan Hickman, Bill Kon- rad, Jack Carroll and Al Ran- kin turned in a 3:21 time while taking the event…

… meet time. Ard so were the Wolverines. Only Van Bruner turned in a really impressive performance. Bruner sailed over the 120 yard high hurdles in 14.5 seconds to easily capture first. * * * TEAMMATE…

… yesterday the Wolverine mentor indicated most positions are still unset- tiled. "Ten men still are fighting for the six berths," declared Murphy Tennis Squad Still Unsettled, After Journey Through South I…

February 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

… anagers, around rt from terday's dtion of GOALIE KEN KINSLEY F ILS WOLVERINE JOHN MCKENNELL Officials Hint Co to rado Pumps Sextet - In Important Contest, 5- Concessions 15 Minutes BULLETIN MUNSAN, Korea…

… that's the case, there are few better hockey teams than the Colorado College outfit that dampened Michigan's hopes for a second straight NCAA championship by beating the Wolverines, 5-3, in the Coliseum…

… last night. Immediate consequences of the contest were these: Colorado moved into a tie with Denver for the lead in the Midwest Hockey League,. while - the Wolverines I dropped to third. le S…

…* *' * + WOLVERINE 'chances of re- Active Service turning to the NCAA playoffs for the fifth straight ear now, depend Of Reserves on beating the Tigers this after- noon (faceoff is 4 p.m.), and what North Dakota does…

December 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…'s Blues, 6-4, in the Coliseum last night. Coupled with Friday's 4-1 tri- umph, last nght's hard fought Maize and Blue victory gave the Wolverines a sweep of the weekend series and possession of the re…

…- cently revived James C. Thomp- son trophy. THE WOLVERINES iced the game with three beautiful power play tallies inside of two minutes in the final stanza while Toronto was two players short and Michi- gan…

January 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

… by the same irrepiresible forward. THAT MADE it 64-62. Minne- sota. Ozzie Cowles, who's -never been beaten by the McCoy-coach- ed Wolverines, oiodered a stall. The Gophers complied, and desperate…

… Michigan attempts only resulted in fouls. Skoog ap- plied the clincher with a minute left on- an easy lay-up, and the Wolverines had sustained their fourth-straight conference loss. Michigan's . second…

December 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

… information. )40P WESTERNERS Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl Special back to school Jan. 5 from L. A., Salt Lake City, Omaha, and intermediate points. Further infor- mation and tickets at Adm. Bldg., 8…

… 1950 Studebaker for San Francisco via 66. Share ex- pense and driving. 3-1183. )54T FLY NORTH AMERICAN to the coast or Miami. Less than air coach fare. Phone after 5:30, 2-8265, 25-9083. )55T WOLVERINE

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…. Michigan received seven of them. Minor Injuries Several Michigan players suf- fered minor injuries but none of them will b'e out tonight. Every time the Wolverines have gone into the finals, they have won…

February 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

Wolverines close out their two game series with an afternoon game at 3:30 p.m. today. Forward Wally Maxwell led the dazzling display of power last night, firing three goals and add- ing an assist for four…

… points. Max- well found the range twice in the second period and then gained himself the coveted, three goal "hat trick" with only two seconds remaining in the game. Other Wolverine marksmen were Neil Mc…

… Early Advantage The Wolverines moved out in front 2-1 late in the first period, padded their lead with two more in the middle frame, and then turned the game into a rout with four goals in the last period…

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