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February 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… delivered a ones point loss to the Hawkeyes on their home court for the second consecutive year, The Wolverines dropped Iowa NIGHT EDITOR: ELLIOTT BERRY out of the conference race with the 86-85 victory and…

…. minutes to lead 22-12. leading scorer with 27 points, 10 The Wolverines had gone up by But the Hawks made a swift coming on goaltending calls on nine points at 84-75 on steals by comeback, scaring the…

… of Pete Fichuck; Rich Yurich, and Bill Klatt com- bined to . beat Wolverine goalie Jim Keough, this time with Fi- chuck doing the honors. In ' the second period, Mike Kurtz, who was espeically…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

… champion wrestling over the holi- days-the Wolverines lost only one meet while winning five others, but a plague of injuries at key positions forced Coach Cliff Keen to make some major adjustments in the…

… team lineup. The Wolverines snatched a first place at the Chicago West Subur- ban tourney with Buuddy Pal- misano, Cal Jenkins, and Rick( Bay gaining individual titles while Lee Deitrick retained his 147…

… Purdue contest. First Place The Wolverines piled up 83 points to lead the pack in the Chicago West Suburban tourna- ment. Wolverine lightweight Buddy Palmisano tallied two falls to win the 115-pound title…

…, Jenkins won faur straight for the 137-pound crown, and Rick Bay, defending Big Ten champ at 157, copped the 167-pound medal. Wolverine soph Tino Lambrose picked up a third place in the 123- pound class, and…

… match. Rick Bay made his first dual-meet per- formance this season for the Wol- verines, defeating Roger Cook, 5-3. Only Loss Against NYAC, loaded with ex- collegiate wrestling champions, the Wolverines

… could salvage only seven points as Miller defeated NYAC's Jerry Greinier, 5-3, and Bay and Deitrick both drew. At New York two more Wolverines saw dual-meet action for the ini- tial time: Lambrose lost to…

…, Horning got the call at 130, and the ex-Ann Arbor High wrestler pinned Ken Robison in 3:25 and won three straight matches. The Wolverines had no trouble with Hofstra, winning 25-3, with Spaly gaining a…

December 16, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

… North kota tonight at Grand Forks in first game of a six-game holi- r swing through the West. Following the weekend series h the Sioux, the Wolverines ve into Colorado Springs for a r with Colorado…

… College next nday and Tuesday and then ift to Denver to meet the power- Pioneers in two games Thurs- y and Friday. Tie for Lead Via last week's surprising double a over luckless North Dakota, e Wolverines

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 21

…THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1964 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY i 4i M1,. a f l4 Wolverine Cagers Plow Through Eight Opponents By BILL BULLARD and CHARLIE TOWLE…

Wolverines have posted victories over Western Michigan, Duke, De- troit, Northwestern and Purdue. Out at the Los Angeles Classic, only a defeat at the hands of UCLA, currently rated number one in the nation…

… learned some tough lessons and we're a better team for it now," he said. Strack is pleased with the re- sults of conference action so far. Although the Wolverines defeated Purdue last Saturday by only seven…

… upsetting the highly rated Wolverines. Bill Buntin and Cazzie Russell tied for high point honors in the game with 32 points apiece. High man for the Broncos was forward Bill Street, since suspended, with 22…

… points. The Wolverines only led by nine points with four minutes left in the first half. Then Michigan popped in 10 straight points to boost the lead to 53-34. The 59-38 halftime lead was extended in the…

… second half to as much as 39 points before the final 117-87 score was reached. Buntin tipped in a shot to give the Wolverines 101 points with 7:30 left in the ame. Center Doug Greenwold's jump shot with…

… (15) were the high- With the score 44-44, scoring star scoring Wolverines. Garland was Mel Garland went to the bench held to only nine points while with hif fourth personal foul. Schellhase was high for…

…. Trnr 146-33 6-7 12 2131 Michigan capitalized on the Clawson 5-16 4-7 6 3 14 Ludwig ry 2-3 0-o many free throw opportunities to Yewrg 2-6 2-2 win the game. The Wolverines Greenwold 1-6 0-0 10 3 2 made 23…

… 0 very sub-average 38.6 per cent Totals 432-913183-263 595 234 1047 32-70 21-27 46 19 85 N 33 40-73 45 40--85 The Wolverines opened their Big Ten season on Jan. 4 at Yost Field House with a 85…

…-73 victory over a hustling Northwestern squad. Behind 45-33 at the half, the Wildcats held the Wolverines even in scoring during the second half. Senior forward Rick Lopossa scor- ed seven straight points as…

January 16, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… preparing for their next meet, Feb. 9 at Ohio State. The Wolverines acquired both of their victories Saturday, with a 70- 41 triumph over Iowa and an 81- 30 romp of Indiana- in a double BUy and Sell dual meet…

… held at Bloomington. -adeThe meet saw Michigan take first place honors 10 times out of 12 events, missing only on the tram- U S E Dpoline and parallel bars. In four contests, the Wolverines copped * the…

January 16, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 94) • Page Image 7

…. the night. On several occasions Minnesota was short a man, as the Wolverines swarmed around Owen Rogers was sitting out a the Bulldog goal as if it were a holding infraction. With the pow- busy hotdog…

… stand. er play on, Wakabayashi had the Futile 57 puck just off to the side of the Even with their 57 accurate net. shots in the first two periods the Teamwork Wolverines were on the wrong i After pausing…

… title. Michigan's second pin of the night came in the 147-pound dual between Wolverine Cal Jenkins and Illinois' Andy Zender. Jenkins gained a quick takedown and turned it into a fall with only three…

… seconds remaining in the first period. Trio Returns In the three matches that saw injured Wolverines returning to the lineup, two draws and a Mich- igan victory resulted. Bill Johannesen, 130-pounder, who…

…. Despite the tie Keen was satis- fied with Johannesen's perform- ance but said he'll have to work Wolverine heavyweight Bob hard to "round into shape" before Spaly overwhelmed Bob Shively the Big Ten…

April 16, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…0 Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY AT CE7NITPRArL MICHJT' AT. ............ r SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1961 - Uon Wolverine Diamondmen Sweep Twin Bill By GARY GUSSIN Special to The Daily MT. PLEASANT…

Wolverine runawayI as Joyce allowed only one hit and faced the minimum 15 men over the last five innings. Neither team got a hit until the last of the fourth when Cen- tral Michigan put across its lone tally…

… throw to the plate. Joyce followed with a line double over centerfielder Bob Burek's head to score Newman with the Wolverines' second tally. An in- field hit and an error loaded the bases with two outs…

… sliced a double to right driving in two more Wolverine runs.- Doubles by Newman and Joe Jones accounted for the tally in the eighth, and Hood's homer in the ninth finished the scoring. Except for unusual…

… wildness which contributed to the Chip- pewa run, Joyce pitched an excel- lent game. Despite six walks and a hit-batsman, three Wolverine double-plays, pick-off, and a snuffed attempted steal, limited…

… Central Michigan to 31 batters- four over the limit. Less Impressive The Wolverines were somewhat less impressive in the nightcap as Fisher was repeatedly in nd out of trouble. Frequently, the Michi- gan…

… defense came to the rescue to keep the game out of Central's reach. Michigan was aided by a gen- erous Chippewa team which man- aged to commit nine errors, many of which touched off Wolverine rallies The…

January 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 78) • Page Image 6

…, John Oosterbaan connect- ed on a jumper to tie the score again. Getting possession of the ball again, the Wolverines worked a play springing Cole loose under the basket, but the 6'7" junior missed the…

… scoring evenly distribut- ed. The Wolverines are now 1-2 in conference action. Coach Dave Strack, obviously happy, said after the game, "Our zone defense plugged up the mid- dle well, stopping Nelson. We…

… Students) 75 DAYS - eam FOR: ) LLOTETRvlPEvc INFORMATION BROCHURES 18663 Livernois, Detroit 21, Michigan RESERVATIONS UN 2-75553, mu.irs The Wolverine matmen will be heading into the Ohio State meet with…

February 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…, hard-fought hockey game, Michigan's Wolverines top- pled the MSU Spartans 7-2 at the Coliseum last night. This was a key victory for the' Blue,'putting them in sole posses-1 sion of first place after…

… Colorado College beat Minnesota 8-4, Fri- day night. The win gave the Wolverines a weekend sweep, as they beat the Spartans in East Lansing, Friday night, 2-0. It gave Michigan its sixteenth victory with…

… Michigan's key win in the heavyweight match held off a late Iowa rally here yesterday after- noon as the Wolverine wrestlers won their sixth straight Big Ten meet, 15-9. The Wolverines led 12-9 going into…

… three minutes suffered! a quick reversal that evened the score going into the final stanza. The Wolverine junior then countered the Iowan with a rever- sal, two takedowns, and a, point of riding tmie to…

Wolverines won three straight. Hawkeye Morris Barnhill jump- ed Iowa into an early 3-0 lead with a 7-5 decision over Ralph Bahna in the 123-pound match. Bahna's escape at the opening Nice Heavie 123-lbs…

January 16, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

… you would have a hard time convincing the Wolverines of this, based on the decision-making in Saturday's game with Michigan State. Three goal tending calls in the second half, one of which, at least…

…, can be argued from now until doomsday, helped the green clad Spartans rise up and smote the Wolverines into the Big Ten cellar, 86-81. The Way It's Been Thus far it has been that kind of a season for…

… are." Stager also announced a defin- ite upturn in Wolverine swim- ming recruiting fortunes. Noting that he actually had a Santa* Clara Swim Club graduate on his freshman team (it's a rare oc- currance…

March 16, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1966 PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1986 TO PLAY IN TOURNEY: Four Wolverines Join AAU Cage Team Gymnast Duke Serves as M…

…' Sparkplug The final buzzer at Iowa City Saturday night supposedly marked the end of 1965-66 competition for the Wolverine, cagers, but four Michigan seniors have decided to have another go at it next week at…

Wolverine starters will augment an already strong group of area talent. Other players pre- viously lined up for the Mustangs are paced by the high-scoring MSU duo, Stan Washington and Bill# Curtis, who led…

…, former University of San Francisco All- America; Randy Gethis, former NAIA All-America from Rider Col- lege; in addition to Larry Tre- goning, last year's Wolverine cap- tain, and Lance Olson, a former…

…. If the Wolverines do well in the regionals the team will travel to Penn State for the NCAA finals. To make it to the finals, Michigan has to finish among the top three teams in a regional that features…

… years' Michigan's first opponent in theI Big Ten will be the University of7 Minnesota. Last year the Gophers+ were the victims of a 9-0 lacing in the first meet of the season, falling to a Wolverine squad…

February 16, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

… extraordinary performances. There was only one problem, the Wolverines came out on the short end, losing to the Spartans, 190.8- 190.425. Still, the season is far from over. The Wolverines lost to the Spar- tans…

… both the Wolverines' side horse and floor exercise squads missed while the Spartans re- ceived 27.15 and 27.90 respectively. Part of the 2-point difference after the first three events could have made up…

May 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…AGE STX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1962 GE SiX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 16,1962 Detroit Shuts Out 'M' Nine 2-01 WISCONSIN TEAM TO BEAT: Canham Gives Wolverines Good Chance…

… Eddie Hood, sending in their game-winning runs. Bowen's hit was only the fifth off Wolverine hurler Bob Dunston. All through the game it seemed as though Dunston would be hurt more by his wildness than…

… hitter, couldn't play because of a swollen leg. Jim Newman substituted for Honig and collected two hits and a walk in four trips to the plate. Dave Campbell and Dunston were the only other Wolverines to…

… hit even one single off Craig. Craig was in complete control of the situation at all times. He z didn't walk a batter until thec ninth' inning and let one Wolverine get as far as second and one1…

… stranded on third. Both times that the Wolverine base runners ad- vanced that far, it was because1 of their alertness and speed, not the efforts of tner teammates. Campbell singled and stole second in the…

… inning, Craig was helped by a double play which eliminated a Wolverine on first base. Three Michigan double plays, the last one being the thirty-ninth of the season, made it possible for Dunston to keep…

…, who won the 1000-yd. run in March, is another big man on the Wolverine scene as they hope to dominate the dis- tance and mid-distance events. Canham, remembering what happened in March when the other…

April 16, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 168) • Page Image 11

… relays," Canham specu- These relays will pose a real lated. The 440 relay team of Carl challenge to Wolverine perform- Ward, Dave Cooper, Bob Jarema ers as some strong schools, espe- and Big Ten 60-yard…

… dash cham- cially Kentucky State from the pion Dorie Reed was barely nipped South, are competing. Big Ten In- by Maryland at South Carolina door Champion and old Wolverine two weeks ago. outdoor nemesis…

…. Michigan's baseball team faces an unbeaten Detroit squad to- morrow at 1 p.m. in a double- header which could show how ready the Wolverines are for the Big Ten season. Head Coach Moby Benedict plans to use…

… going for them this season, after giving Ferris State a double shellacking Wednesday, 11-0 and 4-0. In a doubleheader last Saturday, Detroit bounced Kalamazoo, 7-0 and 5-2. Last season the Wolverines mas…

…- tered the Titans twice. The first game went 13 innings and Mich- igan came out on top, 11-6, and the second contest was a close 5-4 affair. The Wolverines' second vic- tory cost the Titans a berth in the…

Wolverines have not been able to practice outside since their return from the southern trip, and neither Minnesota* nor Purdue have been outside much. Coach Bill Murphy said yesterday that playing in the…

… Sports Build- ing will give the Wolverines an advantage because they have practiced there so much. After evaluating each player's performance on the spring trip and in matches played indoors during the…

… Michigan finished second to In- diana. The Wolverines lost only Fau- quier from last year's team and should be strong again this year. "We're looking much better than we did in the South. In fact, I think we…

February 16, 1961 (vol. 0, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

… that the Wolverines could beat Denver if they kept playing as well as they had against his Huskies. And besides even the publicity directors are in doubt about Den- ver's greatness. Michigan's Les Etter…

… starting at 7:30 p.m. Since the indoor season began, in December Wolverine trackmen have traveled hither and yon-but never as a complete team. InY December middle distance star, Wally Schaffer and broad…

… mile in 9:25. Last Saturday "Young won th Michigan AAU event in 9:19.6, d feating the Wolverines' Jim W; man, who finished third. In addition to the broad jum the pole vault also looms as toss-up affair…

… the Wolverin squad. He competed unattache in the AAU meet, but is now elig ble after transferring from Gran Rapids JC. The middle distance events ai the remaining field events appe to belong to Michigan…

…, however. In the hurdles the Sparta: will have to get an outstandii performance from sophomore B Mann to even come close to tr Wolverine duo of Bennie McR and Dick Cephas. SCORES i ', LECTU RE TO DAY…

… Ecclesiology, Woodstock College By HENRY GOLDSTEIN After beating two of the top teams in the country, Illinois and Southern Illinois, one might think that the Wolverine gymnasts would ease up on their training…

… has quite a heavyweight in undefeated and r once tied Karl Fink. In Michi- gan's 'eight dual meets to date, the Wolverine heavyweight has scored four pins, and in the KARL FINKS Wilkes Tournament, he…

…. trio. "He's been wonderful," said' Keen 'in referring to the unde- feated Barden, whose close vic- tories have helped the Wolverines a great deal this year. One Common Foe It is important to note that…

… the same Pittsburgh team which the Wolverines defeated 22-6, beat State 17-8. However, Keen pays no attention to this fact. "They've got ten good guys, and anyone of them can go," said the Michigan…

February 16, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY; FEBRUARY 16, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 196w Pucksters Battle J7IsU Here Tonight t, -W I Fading Wolverines Lost Last Three, Need Win To Keep…

… game scheduled to start at 8:00, the Wolverines will try toI get back on the win trail againstI the Spartans in their first appear- i Iance at home since January 15 * Speedwriting (when they beat MSU, 6…

March 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

… Optimistic; Buskeyes Eye Title Swim Mentor Foresees Tight Wolverine Win Predicts Top Times For 'M' Splashers By DAVE GOOD A week of sensational values we OV6 . 'I By JERRY KALISH The Big Ten cage season…

… is over for nine teams, including Michigan, but for conference champion Ohio State, there is yet the NCAA tournament. The Wolverines finished eighth in the league with a 5-9 record and 7-17 overall for…

… regulars all averaged in double figures and figure to play a large part in Strack plans for the future. Cap- taining the Wolverines will be 6'7" forward Tom Cole, leading scorer with a 15 point average and…

… Bucks 70-65 in over- time, but there are a lot of "ifs" involved for the two teams to meet in this year's finals.. Earlier in the season when the Wolverines hosted Ohio State Taylor remarked that it was…

… Michigan can beat Indiana- repeat, BEAT Indiana. And all this is in spite of the facts that the Hoosiers rolled up a 213%- 146 margin over the second-place Wolverines in the Big Ten meet two weeks ago and…

… Call for reservations now: no cover charge St. Patrick's D ayat March 17 Saturday featuring The Wolverine Ragtime Five at the -' .1. $398 Buttondown " Snap Tabs Stripes and Solid Colors Broadcloth…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

… first time that these two teams have met. It is also the 1429 Hill Street first time the Wolverines have been on home ice since splitting two games with Toronto the middle of last December. Last week…

… January 24-25 against Michi- gan Tech. Michigan's first line of 'Captain Gordie Wilkie, Gary Butler, and Jack Cole has accounted for 26 goals, only two less than the total output of the Wolverine oppon…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 19

… Title Win STRICTER POLICY, TOO. Plan TV Coverage Of Games at Yost As M' Cagers ConOtinue To. Even Coach Jumps On Blue Bandwagon Scouts, Coac1es Quick To Praise Wolverines By DAVE GOOD Sports…

…-1 record and sits in a three-way tie with Ohio State and Illinois at 2-0 for the Big Ten lead, has always taken a wait- and-see attitude in his four years as head coach here. When the Wolverines took a 4- 0…

Wolverine team. Because of prior commitments for programs, how- handle Tuesday night's game with Minnesota on Jan. 21 or the Mon- day night game with Purdue on March 9. It also could not carry the Michigan…

…, Ricketts To Lead Buckeyes In Showdown Against Wolverines Michigan enters its most critical contest of the young Big Ten sea- son Saturday afternoon facing Ohio State at Yost Field House in a regionally…

… tremendously strong team," Calihan went on. "I'd have to rate their front line as physically the strongest I've ever seen on a col- lege team." After dropping his Big Ten opener to the Wolverines, 85…

…. 'Put Us on Spot' "Scouts love to say wonderful things like this," Strack said. "Comments like these put us on the spot and gets everybody Juiced up when they play us." The Wolverines have passed all…

… ticket in order to gain admittance to the game. Weir hopes to enable more stu- dents to have a chance to see the Wolverines in person with this new policy. In addition it should stop ticket "scalping" and…

February 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

… Cach's victory proved to be the Wolverines' downfall as S t a t e piled up an insurmountable 15-3 lead. Lou Hudson's match at 130 was "the one that really broke our hearts," according to Assistant Coach…

…'s Jeff Smith h a s been undefeated since he lost to Dave Porter in the NCAA's last year, and to concentrate on win- ning the other two. The idea worked fairly well, as Rawls provided the Wolverines with…

October 16, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 42) • Page Image 7

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1965 THE MICHIGAN JDAIIX s c..:;: ....... ..~.UN~~ ~d PAGE SEVEN 4 'Michigan Fights To Snap Three-Year Purdue Jinx By JIM LaSOVAGE The Wolverines got a taste of Purdue…

… homecoming game, when the Northwestern Wildcats stormed into Ann Arbor with a 4-0 record and a high national ranking. The Wolverines were de- cided underdogs. Stuns Wildcats But the team fired up and handed…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 20

… basketball, Crawford re- plied: "I'd love to if the opportunity presented itself." : ?---- By The Associated Press Michigan's Wolverines used last Saturday's 77-70 victory over Pur- due to climb past…

… Kentucky to third place in this week's Asso- ciated Press poll of the nation's broadcasters and sportswriters. Meanwhile, unbeaten UCLA, the only team to have defeated the Wolverines, increased their lead 1…

… sufficient for 15th place. Detroit Scores Detroit, victims on New Year's Eve to the Wolverine five, are fourth nationally in this depart- ment with an average of 95.4. Immediately behind the Titans in the…

…, the Wolverines are yet to encounter Pete Gent of MSU, listed 32nd at 24.0, and Dick VanArsdale of Indiana, in the number 39 spot with an aver- age of 23.0 points per game. Russell No. 41 Michigan…

February 16, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… did an excellent job of back-checking to thwart many a Tech rush. Bottling up the Huskies' offense was only a part of the story, though. The other part is told by the Wolverines' determined play and…

… of the Badgers while losing nary an event, picking up' Michigan's fifth win in as many Big Ten starts. The Wolverines will have just about enough time to catch their breaths before tak- ing on Indiana…

… to the basket against them. Guard Dick Reasbeck is, with the exception of Jimmy Rayl, about the hottest-shooting back- court man in the Big Ten, and is sure to give Wolverine fans fits if he's on. The…

… undefeated conference season with the Wolverines' final five points. Indiana's record stands at 1-3. But coach Charles McDaniel has an undefeated wrestler in 177-1b. Dick Isel. His record is 7-0. Other top…

…. The high jump was won by the Wolverines' Al Ammerman with a jump of 6'4". In the other height event, the pole vault, Steve Over- ton missed his three attempts at 14'4", falling on top of the bar on his…

…" home meet of the campaign. The Illini, who edged the Wolverines 60-52 last year, come into town with an 0-5 mark. In their most recent outing, the Illini were swamped by Michigan State, 79-21. Eight Gone…

… last two Big Ten meets, the Wolverines have copped the title. "This is the year before the year we rebuild," Pond says. "We'll take our beatings in dual meets, but we should be among the top three in…

… Pan-American Games champion- ship. Wolverine Coach Newt Lo- ken, while hoping that his men, Phil Bolton and Mike Henderson, can overtake Holmes, can't stop praising the Urbana senior. About the lone…

May 16, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…-leading Minnesota Gophers twice, 3-2 and 5-4, to pull within a game of the top spot.' With the double victory, the Wolverines knocked Minnesota out of the top, a half a game behind defending champion, Ohio State…

… talleyed an 80-76-156 and' Rod Sumpter came in at 77-80-' 157. The second Wolverine foursome took fifth place at 639 as Dave Graff had an 82-74-156 and Mark Christianson an 2-75-157. Harry Englehart shot 81…

… relay of Taimo Lops, Alex McDonald, John Rey- nolds and Bob Gerometta took the race with a 3:19.6hto place the Wolverines far ahead of their competetors with 93 points com- pared to Chicago's 61 and Ann…

… (left) powered the Wolverines past the Gophers in a double victory Saturday, plac-, A ing Michigan only one game in a single to left. Rick Sygar fol- lowed with a grounder to short- stop Fenwick, who…

…. The game remained tied until the sixth when Wolverine short- stop, Steve Forsythe, laced a sin- gle to left. After Zahn sacrificed the runner to second, Sygar pick- ed on Fenwick again, and the Gopher…

… seventh as he fan- ned the last two batters to climax a fine pitching performance. Four Run Outburst In the second game, it was a big four-run outburst in the fourth as the Wolverines collected ten safties…

… against what was con- sidered to be the best pitching in the Big Ten. The key hits came from Doug Nelson and Steve For- sythe as both men drove in a pair of Wolverines in the explosive fourth. Minnesota…

March 16, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 137) • Page Image 7

…, well-coordinated infield of a Extra Points great possibilities. "Anytime you year ago. An infield combination Exr'Pit Wolverine coach Moby Benedict If any position can be rated 'as take the place of a…

… well re- enough, is the only Wolverine last year and carried an average member the play of first baseman with the exception of pitchers) of .223 is being moved to right Simonds, a slick fielder who wield…

… regular third sacker. Redmon comes with the reputation as a powerful batsman, with the hope that he can also handle the fielding chores. With the Wolverines departing on a scheduled 11 game exhibi- tion…

April 16, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 144) • Page Image 7

…. year's start with the 4-6 record compiled by the 1962 edition of the Wolverines. "I think we did pretty good," he said. "Especially when you con- sider that our first game against Arizona was their 27th…

… going to have to prove themselves1 all over again this year.1 The Wolverines steam-rollered1 Grand Canyon twice to open the1 season with 12-5 and 13-3 deci-; sions. Shortstop Dick Honig bang- ed out a…

March 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Tech Husky. Kelly scored one of four Wolverine goals in last night's 5-4 loss to Clark- son in the NCAA hockey championships. Tonight Tech and St. Lawrence square off in the second game of the…

… tournament. 'were on power plays, while ox e was scored on a breakaway. For Michigan Red Berenson was the star. The senior captain scored twice in the final frame for the Wolverines to break an existing…

…. stopped 25 shots, and in the third period when the Wolverines finally came to life, Gibbons was not to be beaten. What happened to Michigan? Berenson compared last night's game with the Yale game earlier in…

… the play. Come Back With seven seconds remaining in' the period the Wolverines came back with a goal. Center Larry See WOLVERINES, Page 7 Blast Kennedy Offer SidelinesMeeting Safeguard on Secret…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 7

… news that it will be allowed to compete in the 1964 N C A A Swimming Championships after a three year ban, poses as a harsh test for the Michigan Wolverines in their first dual meet of the season Sat…

… country. Both Michigan and Indiana re- cently returned to their respec- tive campi from Florida training trips. Coach Gus Stager says his Wolverines are in good condition physically. Indiana should be in as…

… 27 in Ann Arbor. Stager can only point to one sure Wolverine winner in the meet: sophomore Bill Farley. The distance freestyler already holds three varsity and two pool rec- ords after competing in…

February 16, 1961 (vol. 0, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

… games this past summer is one of the stars on the Indiana swimming team, which will face the Wolverines this weekend. Theta Xi Easily Defeats Pi Lambda Phi, 641-23 By JAN WINKELMAN The Michigan tankmen…

… Michigan's Bob Webster and Joe Gerlach, the freestyle efforts of Frank Legacki and Indiana's Pete Sintz, as well as the performance of record holding Wolverine, Ron Clark in the breaststroke. The fans were…

…. individual medley, and by Indiana's sensa- tional medley relay team, The loss of Michigan captain Tony Tashnick due to infectious mononucleosis came as a hard blow to the Wolverines and may have been the…

February 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… muscular Jack Barden, junior Wolverine heavyweight wrestler. "Coach Keen knows what to do at that right time. He is respon- sible for the success I have had," the modest Barden replied. "Also wrestling with…

Wolverines Good hit, no field." will be up against when they travel The Hurryin' Hoosiers are, in tllustratlng the paradoxical con- to Bloomington to,. tangle with fact, hurrying more and shooting trast…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… basketball hopes of be- ing "first by the first" with a resounding 98-80 defeat of the Wolverines in the second round of the Los Angeles Classic Dec. 26-27-28. After handing a good NYU team a 83-74 setback in…

February 16, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

… Cliff Keen will take that same safety device off his tie rack this weekend as the Wolverine wrestlers meet Illinois at Cham- paign and Purdue in West Lafa- yette. The Friday - Saturday matches will climax…

… Pillath. Loffredo will be pitted against Wolverine Fred Stehmen at 152, and Pillath will wrestle NCAA champion Dave Porter at heavy- weight. With only eight return- ing members of last year's squad, a…

September 16, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

…PAf1F VVIPXT FRIDAY, SFPTEMBER 16, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -'I; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1966 TIlE MICHIGA~T 1):~IIV ~I A tI U~ ~' VAUL !! JtVLN" .- ;I . I wolverine Backs Anxious,, Ready…

… Toledo and Dave Farabee, younger brother of former Wolverine end Ben. Tim Radigan is Fisher's under- study and is built just as well as Fisher. He's 5-11, and a solid 210 pounds, Radigan played 31 min…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 21

… competitors Don Bragg and Ron Morris. Also competing for Finland was Karri Kayhko, a freestyler who at- tended Michigan for a short per- iod. Big Ten Champ Representing the Bahamas was Wolverine sprinter Tom…

… qualify for other of the six man finals. Three Wolverines athletes were on the Canadian Olympic team. Diver Ernie Meissner qualified in- to the finals of the 3 meter spring board diving event, Ergas Leps…

March 16, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

… outscored place Wings ahead 2-1 at 4.53 of the Wolverines, 6-4, and gained the final period. the NCAA bid. Play Denver College Scores The Gophers, however, run into NCAA Tournament the Pioneers tomorrow night…

January 16, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… with the Vietnamese all day Saturday as the atmosphere in Saigon grew tense. Rumors of - Wolverine Tankers Down Indiana, 62-61 _ ..$: - nB JIM LaSOVAGE Indiana's coach Jim (Do Coun- An alert move bb…

…Hos team gave the Wolverines a thrill- ing 62-61 victory over Indiana in a meet that wasn't decided until the last event yesterday in Matt Mann Pool. Kimball, one of the diving judges, kept track mentally of…

… Walls of the Wolverines. After close races in the backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly legs, Indiana won on the "My own special field of in-1 terest," Peck explained, "is the Thoni nth rshs2 idea of…

February 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

… coach, after he saw his team overpowered off the back- boards yesterday in seamy Yost Field House as Michigan crushed the Hoosiers 99-87. The victory lifted the Wolverines' record to 8-1 in the Big Ten…

…, where President Ma- karios rejected an international force free of United Nations con- trol to keep the warring factions C Yesterday along with the basketball victory, the Wolverines notched victories…

January 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…" and which gave rise to the very strong By JERRY KALISH With one second remaining Tom Cole connected on a free throw to give Michigan a 56-55 upset victory over a powerful Iowa squad in the Wolverines

…. Cole had only one foul throw and sunk it for the victory. The Wolverines' victory snapped a seven game losing streak, the last win being over Denver on De- cember 11. Win Opening Tip} Taking the opening…

May 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

… between sections," Jowdy says. "Even if we can't get more mn- ey, we can see that what we do have is being allocated optim- umly.". One possible source of money, however, is the Wolverine fund which belongs…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 1

… for the United States in the 200 meter butterfly event was Wolverine senior Dave Gillanders of Royal Oak. Gillanders finished third be- hind Indiana's Mike Troy, who won the race in the world record…

February 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 94) • Page Image 4

…'...:,':":..............'........'......,,,........ DAI LY OFFI !CIAL BULLETIN ...r********,* . '''--.. : .,.*.... ~'.. (Continued from Page 2) constitution of the Student Govern- ment Council-Wolverine Club. Approved: Proposed amendments to the…

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