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August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… easy art of ballooning. Meat sA down.? By ALBERT FOXLER Daily Science writer Though weak stomachs may find it. re- volting and University purists may call it sacrilegious, the wolverine, symbol of both…

…, but with hamburger at $1.50 a pound who can af- ford to be choosy." About two and one-half feet long with brown hair and two yellow stripes running. See WOLVERINE, Page 10 ortage got yo Te mighty…

August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 10

… of "probative con- moot crucial or how masn criter- ditions" to qualify for residency. overine provides solution to ShOrtage IsCnt iw-lfomPag e' down its back, the wolverine in- habits wooded rural…

… trap the animal, but they soon learned the wolverine is just too smart fr that "They've been known to pull the bait out Of traps without be- ing caught," comments Dogman President adamant on tapes…

… - generally around 20 or 30 pounds- wolverines can be among the most dangerous of op- ponents. Their razorsharp teeth h:ive discouraged more than one greenhorn hunter. IF A HUNTER is fortunate enough to bag one…

…. Harold Katz, wolverines have been used for food during other times of eco- nomic deprivation. "DURING THE depression in 1893," Katz reports," the gover- nor himself ate wolverine for din- ner to show the…

… citizens that it would be all right." Though no such gestures are coming out of Lansing today -- this not being an election year- consumption of wolverine around the state is definitely on the rise. So for…

February 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

…. And although Gregory didn't face the Wolverines the first time out for the same reason, Mathews was instrumental in Wisconsin's first half play which left them deadlocked with Michigan at the…

… guards against the Wolverine defense this year. THE REMAINDER of the Badger lineup remains as it was in the' initial contest; Chrnelich and Bill Pearson at the forwards, rotund freshman Larry Petty in the…

… conference leader Michigan State in a rare 4:30 energy advanced game. At 8-4, the Boilermakers are just one game ahead of the Wolverines and hold down a crucial third place spot. Minnesota at 9-3 in second…

… wild card bid. A WOLVERINE WIN coupled with a Purdue loss would knot the teams in a tie for third with Michigan traveling to Indiana on Saturday and the Boiler- makers facing an equally formidable foe…

…. But Orr is powerless to affect the outcome of the other contests this evening, and at the moment Wisconsin is a 'must' if the Wolverines plan on travelling at all after March 2. "This is the toughest…

…. The "big" meet will start at 2 p.m. The Wolverines are 1-2 in the Big Ten while the Spartans are 2-1. Last year, MSU edged out Michigan at East Lansing by a score of 63-60. This defeat was Michigan…

…'s first and last of the season. Then, two weeks later, the Spartans turned it on and once again beat out the Wolverines in the Big Ten Championships, by 26.5 team points to finish third.while Michigan…

… record of 4-1 in the Big Ten. But, they weren't that impressive. However, they managed to turn it on during the Michigan meet and edged out the Wolverines.- "State has been a much better team at the end of…

… the season than at the beginning. The attitude of my swim- mers is good, but they've got the ex- perience," commented Stager. Freshman sensation Fernando Canales will lead the way for the Wolverines

January 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… we blew the lead, but it's tough to get the lead in the first place." The Wolverines shot .568 for the first half, and the Spartans couldn't quite come back from the 52-30 deficit at intermission…

…. Midway through 'the half, the Spartans held an 18-17 lead in a 'sesaw game. Michigan cen- ter Phil Hubbard then connect- ed on a pair of free throws to send Michigan on its way. The Wolverines scored the…

… deflected a slap shot past Michigan goalie Rick Palmer at 16:54 of the third period, lifting the Huskies to a 3-2 victory over the Wolverine icers last night at Yost Ice Arena before 7,134 fans. Prior to the…

… game - winning goal, Wolverine Mike Coffman had a breakaway that was halted by Tech goalie Bruce Horsch. "We came down on the breakaway and missed, and they took it down and scor- ed. I've seen it happen…

May 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

…'s latest per- into more of a double dual meet. women's)-May 17. y's Wolverine Invitational. He had formance is not an accurate indication womnns) - M a er - tructed his team to take it easy and of what to…

… was really a weird meet with group of four other Michigan runners o' Te nd the Wolverines followed the in- the, weather and everything," Harvey across the finish line. Donakowski's woens)ray 19. uctions…

… from teammate Charles Crouther in mile relay action at last Saturday's Wolverine Invitational. The Wolverines and Eastern Michigan ran most of the race stride for stride before the Huron anchorman nosed…

March 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 131) • Page Image 13

… knee during Monday's practice. The injury won't keep her out of competition, but the Wolverines know that her injury makes the battle toward the national finals even rougher. 5 r t 1 7 t "I'M UNDER A…

… _ Wolverines are fighting for that single spot with teams that have defeated them earlier this season. Michigan State, for example, has beaten the Blue tumblers three times during the campaign-once in a dual…

February 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

… Ten bas- ketball season, there are. always many "big games." But what could be the biggest of them all takes place today at Assembly Hall, when the Michigan Wolverines take on the Hoosiers of Indiana…

… even more sccinct: "If Indiana gets by us, they're going to be damn tough to beat." But, as Orr and the entire Wolverine team know, Indiana's going to be damn tough to beat today in their own arena. The…

…. Of course, the Wolverines have been flying high of late, too. Michigan has won five straight games since its only confer- Indiana in crucial contes ence loss to Purdue, and the Wolverines also own…

… FRED UPTON "No doubt about it. Michigan's the best," exclaimed Wolverine mat mentor Rick Bay after his top-ranked Maize and Blue de- molished the fourth-rated Wiscon- sin Badgers 24-9 before close to 3…

… escape - plus - riding 2-0 stayedc whitewash of B a d g e r Frank Horswill Davies. , suffering Wolverine Dave Curby, disap- nn a gan pointed at not being able to face 5-2 deci Wisconsin's t o u g h 190…

…. Until he iatie's The only two Wolverine losses were suffered by Bill Schuck at defend- 142 and 12-pounder Rich Val- Vatch ley. chuck's 12-1 superior deci- smash Badgers s " s " fully furnished…

March 16, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 134) • Page Image 9

… set up a re-match of their 1974 tournament tus- sle. CAMPY RUSSELL and Way-. man Britt led the Wolverines to a 77-68 upset win over the Irish, two years ago. The two teams meet Thursday in Louis- ville…

…-p left. The Wolverines called THE time-out, but planned no set, Fernda play before scoring the final and fo to battle Notre Dame t. on the press resulting in a re- as missing so many, that verse layup…

…- ket. Rickey Green Staton came off the to spark the Wolverine ack. Staton entered the, with just over 11 minutes ing and Missouri Val- hampion Wichita State g a 60-48 lead. Within seconds, the 6-3 swing…

…- brought the Wolverines a 12-point deficit to an point deficit. FRESHMAN f r o m tale clicked on a jumper; ollowed that with a steal Grote worked the baseline to lead. The 5-7 guard pumped in perfection…

…, leading the Wol- 13 of his 15 points before inter- verine scoring attack with 17' mission, dropping in several points. jumpers from the side of the key. THE WOLVERINES control- The Shockers built their…

… he Wolverines, the loss an abrupt halt to a at disappointing sea- bbed before the season i o u s contenders for and national honors, in was plagued by in- rcy throughout t h e gn. They finished the…

… with a lackluster 28-20 record. ed as if the Wolverines ake a final run at the t had eluded them all After Mike Zuke scored anded goal early in the Wolverines ....j Huskies shut the gates to pro…

… linemate DougI Lindskog streaking into the Huskie zone. Lindskog prompt- ly beat Horsch to bring the Wolverines within one. Kris Manery tied the game at the 9:49 mark as he knocked in a Greg Fox rebound. But…

…'s first goal of the season remained on the books. Another controversial call went against the Wolverines moments into the second per- iod. Dave DeBol appeared to have picked up a rebound and flipped the…

January 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… pounds the smallest man on the ice, turned away 38 North Da- kota shots last night and cam within one slap of recording a shut out as the Wolverine icers humbled North Dakota, 5-1. Michigan's defense…

…- fore the Coliseum crowd of 2400 but Bagnell stopped it cold. The victory, combined with Min- nesota's 6-2 loss to Michigan Tech, gives the Wolverines a tie for eighth in the Conference. As an example of…

… his goal tend- ing acrobatics, Bagnell robbed{ Nopak hot shots Bob Duncan and Greg Cameron twice apiece. Near the start of the second period Duncan took a pass five feet int front of the Wolverine net…

…'s brilliance oversha- dowed all else, but the revised Wolverine offense was hardly asleep. Captain Paul Gamsby's line, which this week had Merle Falk added to it, produced four goals. numbed Brian Slack scored…

… it in., Though the Wolverines had dominated the early minutes of the game, they were unable to score until seven minutes had gone by. A Punch Cartier slap shot deflected by Falk broke the ice for…

… cut down the angle on Mallett2's shot, the sophomore winger shot it past the goalie's right side. Gophen By RANDY PHILLIPS The Wolverine Tankers knocked off a weak Minnesota squad last night 77-46 in a…

… Byron MacDonald in- creased that margin to nearly aI pool length. The Wolverine four- some's time was the best mark in the nation so far this season, Wolverine coach Gus Stager re- marked that although…

November 16, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 62) • Page Image 12

… to the OSU 29- yard line. The Wolverine offense got the ball down to the five-yard line and a fir- st down. Tailback Harry Banks gained one yard on first down, advancing the ball to the four. Banks…

… play a big role in this $aturday's clash with the Wolverines. , "Defense will again be the key. Ohio State has a very solid defense and a very quick defense. Like I've said before, in a big game the…

… appears that the Ohio State defense is ready to respond admirably, as they have in the past. f. Own% 'We're No.1l' Wolver bring top ranking intd Give i1higan memoie Wolverine fans! Remember friends…

… of league play isn't a big enough surprise for the Michigan hockey team and its fans, consider this. The Wolverines, for the second week in a row, are ranked num- ber one in the nation by a vote of ten…

… away. Certainly, being first in the league and country weren't some of coach Dan Farrell's preseason goals. BUT THAT'S where the Wolverines are at this point, first in the WCHA and first in the country…

…. Their 5-1 league mark (7-1 overall), is one game ahead of Minnesota and North Dakota, both of which are 4-2. In the top ten poll, spon- sored by Radio WMPL of Hancock, the Wolverines received seven first…

… Michigan averaged 3.60 goals scored per game. This season, after the first eight games, the Wolverines have scored an average of seven goals per game. That statistic alone could make the difference bet- ween…

… he voted for his own team to be number one, he bellowed: "Hell, no. I never vote for my own team... I think I voted for North Dakota; they're a; pretty good hockey team." The number one Wolverines will…

February 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… have an impres- sive record so far this year. Aside from their 6-1 in conference play they have a very respectable 12-5 overall record, second only to the Wolverines. Their consistent play in the first…

… loss was last week to Ohio State by the, very lopsided score of 92-72. These two clubs can't match the offense of the Wolverines and Buckeyes. To date, Illinois and Indiana have scored 491 and 510 points…

… off his normal game. Further hampering Wolverine efforts were shoulder injuries to Punch Cartier and Rick Jackson, causing them to miss Saturday's encounter. Renfrew said he expects Cartier back for…

… this weekends series against Notre Dame, but he wasn't sure about Jackson. The weekend loss makes theI Wolverines a good bet to finish iast in the WCHA, which means stay- ing home when everybody else is…

May 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

… weekend, as the Wolverines, following a rainout at Northwestern, split a twinbill with Iowa, 10-1, 0-1, to assure themselves of at least a share of the Big Ten title. The split leaves Michigan with a…

… the cham- pionship. IN THE OPENER, Rick Leach and Scott Anderson keyed the 13-hit Wolverine attack with three hits apiece, while sophomore southpaw Steve Howe scattered seven hits in raising his season…

… loss, allowing only six hits, three in the final stanza. In winding up their regular season, the Wolverines will face Wayne State in a doubleheader tomorrow at Fisher Stadium, and then take on the…

Wolverine hitter has tur- ned the trick, the last having been former Detroit Tiger star Bill Freehan. Howe, undefeated in conference play with a 5-0 record, should pitch Saturday, while McGinnis will take the…

… Michigan State the women netters did not become complacent, as they proceeded to create all-Wolverine finals in both the singles and doubles portions of the in- dividual qualifiers. TEAM CO-CAPTAIN Kathy…

May 16, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…- tive Big Ten title, gained over - '-"the weekend in the Big Ten tournament in Madison, Wiscon- sin. The Wolverines ran away with the team title by amassing 146 points, far ahead of their closest…

… Indiana, 7-5, 6-1. With the doubles win, O t t became the only player in the Big Ten to go the entire season and tournament without a loss in either singles or doubles. Wolverines were also runners- up at…

March 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 131) • Page Image 7

… NCAA' Mid-East Regional champion- ship. For the Wolverines to win it, they must come up with some good efforts against soaime fine Marquette players. McGuire has rounded up a col- lection of tall, skinny…

… a taste of Wolverine defense from superstar Camp Russell. Michigan's tenacious 'D' is one of the main reasons the Maize and Blue are 22-4, Big Ten Champs, and in the NCAA Mid-East finals today. T…

…. prospectus, two Michigan men will It became clear during quarter- be favored to clinch individual final action yesterday afternoon titles. Jerry Hubbard at 150 out- that the Wolverines were up muscled, out…

… competition. Michigan won three and lost four against college teams. The Wolverines also played three games with Detroit Tiger minor league teams, dropping two and tying a third. MICHIGAN COACH Moby Ben- edict…

… revealed that the journey "was a good evaluation trip to see who can play." Generally, the Wolverine 'chances over the series were hampered by many infield errors. Minor sports action today In local sports…

January 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

Wolverine star Kris. Last year he played in 48 Los Angeles games while also spending a month and a half in the minors at Springfield. Palmer, known more for his defensive play here than his offense, has…

… atnthe hands of Ohio State could be attributed to two things: Frani Washington and Kim Jordan. Between them, they contributed 49 total points to the Buckeyes' 88-83 victory over Michigan. The Wolverines

… per cent from the field, while the Buckeyes countered with 57 per cent shooting. In addition, OSU out-rebounded the Wolverines, with 51 as compared to the Blue cagers' 37. Jordan and Washington were…

…- planation for the Wolverines' demise. Forward Katie McNamara felt the team's shooting could have been shar- per. "We just had a cold spell," she, said. McNamara meanwhile, had a hot hand as she shot ten for…

…-ranked Louisiana State from the meet and heavy snows prevented four judges from getting there, but the Wolverines nonetheless found hap- piness in nipping UICC, 120.45 to 119.85. Northwestern was a distant third…

… (7.4) and balance beam (7.3), and took second in floor exercises (8.25) to teammate Colleen Forrestel (8.4). The Wolverines worked on improving their floor exercise routines in practice the previous…

… floor exercises. Ponto is still concerned about the gymnasts' less-than-sterling performance on both the beam and bars. "We're going to stress that in practice this week," said Ponto. The Wolverines

March 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 130) • Page Image 8

…-! sure its guests a pleasant visit.< In fact, the Wolverines may1 have gone a bit too far, lettingc the visitors walk off with the en- tire meet without even saving at point or two for themselves. When the…

… thet meet that the Wolverines havea been shut out. "The best track people in the nation compete in this meet," said Michigan coach Jack Harvey, "but we can usually pick up a few points here and there…

… preparing the Wol- verines for a March 19 season opener in Cincinnati. Georgia fell first to Michigan in a hard-hitting contest in Athens on March 9, 12-11. Steve Bissell led the Wolverine attack scoring six…

… goals plus assisting on three others. Michigan's do- fence proved to be the deciding factor in the win. The Wolverine moved on to Atlanta and had an easy romp over Georgia Tech on March 12. Leading the…

… Championship in the Midwest Club Lacrosse Association. The Wolverines' firsthome game is on March 27 at 2 p.m. against 'Ohio State, at Ferry Field. -DAILY SPORTS Tiger rookies impress CLEARWATER, Fla. - Rookie…

January 16, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 81) • Page Image 9

… lackluster Wolverines Special To The Daily the first 7:29 of the second half sharp," that he "didn't expect us By ELLIOT LEGOW while Ohio State dumped in 22 to miss so many shots," and that COLUMBUS…

… - Michigan's points to pull to their 30 point "we played like we were scared," Wolverine cagers were over- lead. During that time Michigan's but all of the blame doesn't lie ,offense consisted of forced…

… stopheolerines'r BigTene win ance of his squad stating, "we just well when inserted in the back- stop the Wolverines' Big Ten win don't move, I don't understand it." court late in the game. Although string at two…

… Orr was unable to lead his hitting only 38nersrom the fieAl ances of his players Taylor has Wolverines and as they flound- All-ig Tnner WiloreAlanhimself to .thank for the difference ered, the Buckeyes…

…- Indira 4 2.000 8 4 able to hit from outside and un- ndlien r 0 2 willing to work the ball inside to Northwestern 0 3 .000 2 9 Wilmore, the Wolverine attack Yesterday's results died. Ohio State 84, Michigan…

September 16, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

… was difficult to work in that en- See FACTIONALISM, Page 2 Wolverines HEATER SWEETER Wallop Iowa, 31-7 Bo 's boys net, 440. *yards on the ground By FRANK LONGO Special To The Daily IOWA CITY…

…-_The Michigan Wolverines struck a solid first blow in defense of their Big Ten co-championship by smashing Iowa 31-7 yesterday before 52,105 disappointed Hawkeye fana- tics in Nile Kinnick Stadium here. The Maize…

…. Butch Caldwell late in the game, recovered the' Hawkeyes' first bobble on the opening kickoff to give Michigan a first down at the Iowa 20. Three Wolverine run- ning plays netted minus-two yards against…

… offensive play starting quarterback Kyle' Skogman fumbled and Steve Strin- ko recovered for the Wolverines. But that drive didn't last long either as Heater fumbled the ball See WOLVERINES, Page 7 i upped…

March 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 130) • Page Image 7

…). Right now on paper they should beat us, but we're young and improving and it could be a different story," noted Eisner. Young is an understatement. At the moment the Wolverines 1-2-3 men are all freshmen…

… were from Michigan's present squad. Jeff Miller advanced to the finals where he was defeat- ed by a Michigan graduate, Mark Conti. The doubles finals featured an all Wolverine match as Fried- ler and…

… Ravreby beat Ware and Senich. Two weeks ago at Canton, Ohio the Wolverines had one more successful tournament as Victor Amaya defeated another Michigan graduate, Brian Mar- cus 6-3, 6-1, in the singles…

… good teams on their reg- ul -r season schedule, but should Michig-n live up to its potential these teems should supply can- non fodder until Michigan takes on the "big ones" in California. The Wolverines

November 16, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 62) • Page Image 11

… players on the squad. THE WOLVERINES square off in a Blue-Gold scrimmage on Wed- nesday, November 21, at 3:30 in Crisler Arena to prepare for their opener against Miami University on December 1. The team…

… to compete against other college teams. Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio will be the site of the Ohio Open wrestling tournament this weekend, where Michigan will be competing. The Wolverines

February 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 115) • Page Image 14

… for the NCAA Championship. Now, the Badgers scrape and claw to hold onto fifth place in the WCHA, while the Wolverines fight the basement blues, just hoping to avoid further em- barrassment. True, both…

… current situation in Madison is one common to many teams in the con- ference this year (including the Wolverines) - injuries and inexperien- ce. Seven freshmen travel with a squad that lost four starting…

February 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 115) • Page Image 13

…, but it usually doesn't matter. It didn't matter much to the Wolverines last night as they played pretty much how they wanted and lullabied their way to a 78-67 win. "I've played Northwestern 19 times…

… the Wildcats, tking only a 33-32 lead with them into the locker room. After the two teams traded baskets, the Wolverines ram- bled to an 18-5 scoring tear at the 15:21 mark that lasted for' six and a…

March 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 131) • Page Image 8

…p©qe right THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 16, 19-7 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN E~AILY Sunday, March 16, 197: ruillis Subdue flue Cagers overtime as Wolverines fade in Meyerg (Continued from…

… second half. iington UCLA, as the men of Westwood scored four points before Kupec brought the Blue back to within two, 91-89. But a couple more missed shots by the Wolverines gave UCLA a chance to up its…

…, completely dominating his Wolverine foe in a 7-2' triumph. "I didn't wrestle a good match, period," Brown said matter-of-factly after his loss. "When I went out I saw it. There was no way I could lose," Brown…

April 16, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

… the third quarter when sot een eM dth erso ep"d their conference mark to 3-2. Train" Lamble opened the flood- Wolverine midfielder Dick Dean gan's outside wing attempted to hearts out." kick the ball…

… out of bounds,.'butTebnutgvnb u Throughout the contest, it was gates when he took a pass from-engineered one of his patented i th a f t The banquet given by Pur the unbending Wolverine defense behind…

…. Louis San Francisco at Houston Atlanta at San Diego (2) ing Michigan's five-goal second quarter. The Wolverines gave themselves added scoring chances by breaking up and interceptipfg clearing passes…

… high jump. Despite a very wet field, Mann leaped 6' 6". Freshman Keith Brown finished second in the three-mile with a time of 14:11.3. The only other track events in which the Wolverines placed were…

… were' -fairlyclose, with three going into: three'sets.- - Wolverine coach Brian Eisner emphasized the fact that the win Iwas not an easy one for his team. "Each match individually was tough," he…

March 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

… Frisbee fansd their flit 103-91 UCLA Shines in overtime By BILL STIEG Special To The Daily PULLMAN, Wash. - The !> Michigan Wolverines near- '.ly surprised, but finally fell to the UCLA Bruins last night…

…- the picture. Carter. Kupec grabbed the rebound and Michigan stalled away the rest of the time, the Wolverines calling two time outs and near- ly losing the ball twice during te crowd screaming for an…

May 16, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…. University 663-7151 USED CARS '68 FIAT Sport Spyder. Excel. cond. At the start of three Big Tena 763-0134. 2N11 championship finals today, the RELIABLE VW, '66, red, sunroof, radio, Wolverines appeared on…

… Parsons. But the Wolverines were set back in the next match, when Ott and Ross were downed 4-6, 6-3, 9-7, by Rick Wack and Rod Schroeder of Illinois. The final match had DeBoer and, McLaughlin beating…

April 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

… Benedict could look with optimism to the opening weekend of the Big Ten season. After winning five out of their last six games, the Wolverines appear to be round- ing into shape for the champion- ship run…

…." But once the singles matches started, Michigan took off and left the Badgers far behind. The Wolverines swept all six single matches, but the games were closer than the scores indicated. Etterbeek tied…

… SHIPBOARD EDUCATION, Taj Mahal Bldg., P.O. Box 2488, Laguna Hills CA 92653. (714) 581-6770 Attn: UG Division Doily Photo by CHRISTINA SCHNEIDER WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Jim Berra shows his power swing a g a i n…

April 16, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 161) • Page Image 9

…, followed by Eric Money,' Wolverine pitchers h faced with twinbillsT By TOM CAMERON Minnesota and the Gophers The Wolverine baseball team have been awesome this spring opens up Big Ten play this while…

… spectable 8-8-1. worse are the opponents the Dick Walterhouse and Mark Wolverine nine are going to be Grenkoski lead the team with facing. .410 and .365 averages respec- The defending Big Ten cham- tively and…

April 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

… against Bowling Green. The Wolverines were blanked in the first game, 4-0, and took ten innings to win the second, 5-4._ Coach Moby Benedict started two freshman pitchers in front of a fairly large home…

WOLVERINES had! held in the seventh, the fans would have been out of the cold air a little sooner. But the first batter of the inning doubled and moved to third on a single. Soronson threw a wild pitch to let…

April 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 160) • Page Image 10

… doubleheader. Minne- sota must do well this weekend if they plan to repeat as champs. After State, the Gophers m u s t travel here to Michigan to play the Wolverines. TM awards announced The following awards for…

…-Leo Neshkes (Merv's Ma- rauders) GET YOUR MANLWITH A WTant M Big0 As for the Wolverines, pitching is the name of the game as far as they are concerned, with possibly the finest staff in the entire Big Ten. Jim…

February 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 115) • Page Image 12

… individual medle with a time of 2:10.48, which set a ne pool record. This was the same even that saw the Wolverines snare a rar sweep of the top three positions. THJERE WERE good performance all around by the…

… performance in the impo tant meets." With at comfortable lead' th Wolverines can afford to be confiden Coach Isaac summed it up,"Tomorro should be a good day for us. We have lot of our good events tomorrow. W…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 21

…'s Mens Shop Schlanderer's Jewelry Purchase Camera Fileccia Bros. Mary Dibble Camelet Brothers Food Mart Wolverine Den Logos Bookstore Austin Jewelers Middle Earth Vaudeville Delicatessen Greene's Cleaners…

March 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 131) • Page Image 11

…. Three American wrestlers in each weight class will probably go to Moscow in 1980. "I would say I would be rated among the top five in the country," stated Gadson. The Wolverine coach sees Ben Peterson…

…. Injuries have really discouraged me at times. But that's (the in- juries) about the only thing that has made me feel down." Gadson's successful rookie year as assistant coach of the Wolverines certainly hasn…

January 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… bests By DIANE SILVER Although injuries set back the progress of several Michigan gymnasts at the Big Ten Invitational at Crisler Arena last weekend, three Wolverines set personal record high scores…

… nagging injuries, and was snowed-in in a hotel in Madison, Wisconsin. Well, the Wolverines finally escaped the jaws of the midwest blizzard, but other problems continue to haunt the club. SOPHOMORE guard…

March 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 130) • Page Image 10

… McCully and National Diving champion Chris Seufert are among those with national experience on the Michigan squad. Most of the women participating for the Wolverines have had national experience…

… walk-on, but was put on scholarship when he qualified himself academically. AS A WOLVERINE, Dave has merely smashed the single season Michigan records for assists and total points with his 43 goals and…

May 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

… threatened several times. been vanquished in Big Ten Another Wolverine standout is championship competition. He co-captain Steve Adams, a shot has won seven individual titles prt and discus man. Steve won and…

…, Robert James of Grand Rapids, Joel Thompson of Flint, and Dave Baxter of Detroit. Thompson and Baxter have already signed with Michi- gan, so this game will give Wolverine fans an opportuni'yto see what…

May 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 11) • Page Image 10

… Wednesday. Waiters is now the third "big one that got away" for Michigan. Along with the seven-footer from Columbus East High School the Wolverines had set their sights on Tim Andree of Birmingham Brother…

May 16, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 11) • Page Image 11

… ineligible next fall and that Johnny Johnson and John Garris were thinking of tran- sferring elsewhere. Obviously, the loss of those three cagers would greatly deplete the Wolverine squad, all but killing…

June 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 31) • Page Image 9

… WEIGHTLOSS Through B e h a v i orModification. Wolverine Institute, 973-1480, cFtc STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home cooking. Breakfast all day, great soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets with fresh vegetables and…

January 16, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 81) • Page Image 8

… Northwestern yesterday, 32-8, and upped their dual meet record to 4-1. The Wolverines were awarded 10 free points, however, when two Wildcat wrestlers forfeited their matches to Michigan. The most significant…

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