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May 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

Wolverines will leave tonight for a two day trip to Evanston and Madison where they will play two Conference opponents. Northwestern is scheduled to meet the Michigan nine on Friday, while Wisconsin will…

… the Wolverine hitters, batting at a .455 clip. As a team the Maize and Blue players are batting for -a .311 average, in Big Ten games, which is good for a team in any league. Michigan's place in the…

… Conference standings with eight victories against no defeatscauses the optimists to consider the chances for a perfect; record for the season. In 1923 the Wolverine nine did not meet defeat during the…

… over the Sucker cinderpath experts. The latest blow to the Maize and Blue hopes came in Tuesday's prac-_ tice when Richard Chapman, prem- ier Wolverine broad jumper, pu- himself out of competition for…

… which be appeared the most likely Wolverine prospect be- fore his first leg injury. A slightly sprained ankle will keep another of Michigan's expected point winners, Waldo, out of the Illini meet. Waldo…

…, the Wolverines' steadiest high jumper, showed the most pro- mise in thesHarvard meet when he wvent up to six feet without touching the bar before spiking his hand on his last jump. Since then he has…

February 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Attack} MVATIIERTELLS OF GAME n Puru well-balanced team, a fakt combination that proved particularly SznLgpueav tVntRh s yKB n adept in basket shooting, deservede the victory over the Wolverines in the…

… Free Coach Joseinh E. Jlarss, Frances WiH snot, minor sports manager, andl 12 payers on the hockey team will leave at 2:26 P. M. today for Mladi- son, Wis., where tomorrow and Sat- urdlay the 'Wolverine

… Minniesota is met the won ictoieinl three of the four m>atch. Guzek won from him, by aL new Wolverine forward combination I bouts which were held with the memn-'fall after five minutes of fighting.,hFin- Of…

… Continental (NewYork City), Rialto (Provi- .dence,R.I.), Bankhead (Birmin gham, Ala.), Deer Park Hotel (Deer Park, Md.-summer only), and the Wolverine (Detroit). The Wolverine is right down town, close to the…

Wolverine now' being refinished and redecorated throughout. Every. convenience. Moderate rates ($2.50 -and up.) Garage facilities near. Dial '7147. Miss Carson with L. D. CARR DUNCAN HOTELS CO. ELIZABETH…

August 17, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

… rday Afternoons. Maynard Street. al, 2414. except Saturday. signed, the signatures ut as an evidence of red in The Wolverine led to the office. o consideration..No r enclses postage. se the…

Wolverine as they have to the present one. Our success in the past has been due to the co-operation of our read- ers; the future Wolverines will depend upon the same thing. For this reason we hope that our…

… read- ers are satisfied with the paper and will be glad to take the next Wolverine, after having tried this one. Editorial Comment - r DOES EVERYBODY WORK BUT FATHER? Clyde A. Brown, acting director of…

… reward see our University even greater than -The 1919 Wolverine. SWAN SONG issue The Wolverine discontinues pub- hroughout the summer twenty-five is- peared, but the end of the Summer ses- ear, the need…

May 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… t k Take Three Singles And Two Doubles a Matches To Win From Strong h Minnesota Outfit Y BARTON STILL UNBEATENt r Wolverine netmen gaiigd their sec- e ond Conference victory of the season le and…

Wolverines St. I captured two of the three doubles Bost matches to defeat the invaders by a Chic single point margin. Vas Barton Beats Shay-6-4 Horace Barton, in number one position, and Shay, Minnesoa ace, St…

…'s deadly net play proved to be his most effective weapon. Algyer gained another point for the Wolverine team when he downed Armstrong, Minnesota nunber two man, in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3. The third singles…

…-3, 6-4, whiik Captain Olian was defeat- ed by Cornell, 6-4, 8-6. Michigan Wins Two Doubles Going ito the first doubles match i with the score tied at three matches all, the Wolverine combination of…

… Algyer and Goldsmith captured a three set match from Tatham and SFlannigan. -After winning the first BTE:: set, 6-4, the Michigan team faltered 'and the Gopher pair won the pt, 6-1.1 The Wolverines braced…

February 17, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

Wolverine wa- lation of this carillon will be secured by a committee representing esor ter polo team chalked up a decisive the classes of '21 to '28. The Ann Arbor Alumni club will undertake If victory over…

… 1928 Confer- ~ ~China ence and'Intercollegiate title hold- Cosmopolitan Club Is Sponsoring Wolverines Capture Five Of Eight hadl ers won both of the relays and the Program Which Will Be In Matches To…

…..l outclassing Hooker, Purdue's vet- the Wolverine medley relay team Committees in charge of the cran 165 pounder. outdistance the Canadians to win many phases of production and' Ray Parker increased the Michi- in…

… 3:17. composed of regularly enrolled stu- gan total by five points when he Following the swimming meet the dents in the University have been registered his second fall in as ON Wolverine water polo…

… BHA"IRGO OF ARMS UNNEUTRAL ACT IETARY STATES PORTER RESOLUTION AND ANY EMBARGO USELESS SS BILL IS APPROVED ii I Wolverine Center S Leads In Scoring CGR STAGE RALL DURING LAST HALF TO CONQUOER…

… the successful path of al brilliant collections of verse dinfr "Clhallenre" "The New Bob Chapman Veteran Michigan center who totalled four baskets and a pair ofj free throws in the Wolverines' 23- 18…

November 17, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

… attack of the Northmen' ing into the air. This made it firsLi was effective in the first half, ac- down on M ehigan's 19-,yard line. counting for 47 yards in three out The Wolverines seemed to be de- of…

… are Speaking at. a banquet of the eral seasons by a Wolverine team. l yard line, Michigan lost the bal you don't believe it? Then readt listed in the directory: Mary. John, .Archeological society held…

… earelachtc you must study' Half ater Mihiganiscoredin a 'as dowed fro behin by Al; Brthe andn0 Jr class ofe :theoracchitofche eopitec-Theeopopular opuonceptionionof vain effort to break the Wolverines' Steinke…

…~farhtcue' winning by a 7-6 score, itr e ter for the Wolverine's touchdown names beginning with O' N. Aubrey, T. W. Pemberton. ane. Pond continued,' "is basically a, Maz n TIa accurate foot of Joe Gembis: Names that…

…. Picture. J. ft. ever, the Wolverines were not out- ocnyr' quick kick went out- Weaves Tinikes and Bakers aLeBringloc, chairman; D. A. Kimball.' played by the rivals, side in midfield. Thre Gophers held…

… on the; lhichktey-onertd itosevra unsuspecting Wolverines, the ball first cowns. With the ball on the traveling over Simrall'sh21-on yardlinsadSfurtVdwnth headand GiSeendtheuClassinied each occasion…

May 17, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…'PAG &S I1 THE MIChIGAN DAILY .. #' , 1929' -1 UNBEAT C HURLIN GASSIGNMENT IS GIVEN__TO N'AFEE Asbeck Given Second As ignment; Weintraub's Return Big Help To Wolverines' BOILERMAKERS IN SLUMP A…

… strong squad of Wolverine baseball players left Ann Arbor at 8:15 last night for Lafayette where they will meet Purdue at 4 o'clock this afternoon in an effort, to re- tain their lead in the Conference…

… too much for them to overcome. EN BASEBALL TEAM MEETS PURDUE TWELVE CET ATHLETIC 0- I SPORT WRITERS MEMBERSLIIPS RECENTLY I Any students interested in A determined Wolverine tennis writing sports…

…, Brubaker, Potter, and Tarbill. Coach Farrell and Mana- ger Richard Gretch will round out the party. Hope For Slam The veteran Wolverine mentor has included three hammer toss-I ers, Ketz, Williams and Mc…

… newcomer to Varsity ranks, has earned the berth along- side Tolan in the 100 while Grod- sky will match strides with the 1li ni entrants in the 220. Tolan will be thenother Wolverine entry in the furlong…

March 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

…, WISCONSIN FAVOREl) TO WOLVERINES STRONG IN REL AY, 440, JUMPS, DASH Indian Runners Set New Records In Practice Rates Schoolf Twenty men compose the track squad that Coach Steve Farrell will take to…

… Purdue and Wisconsin nearly as1 strong, as the Wolverines' hopes of the Illni lie in the brilliant middleI disance squad that Coach Harry Gill has been able to build up. Lacking the sensational Emery in…

… Conference swimming meet which is I being held in the Northwestern uni- vrsity pool this week. Coach Dru- lard is expected to get a line on Big Ten , methods and abilities so that, if the Wolverine squad' is…

…, Michigan should be one of the strongest com- petitors for first. Strength in the 50 and 440 yard dashes, the high jump -and pole vault and mile relay form the basis of Wolverine hopes -for vic- tory. Recent…

July 17, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE -- , tbe Wolverine OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Published Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Afternoons. Offices: Ann Arbor Press…

… necessarily to be published in print, but as an evidence of faith, and notices of events will be published in The Wolverine at the discretion of the Editor, if left or mailed to the office. Unsigned…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 9

…. MICHIGAN TO FACE IOWA NINE' MONDAY1 Game With Hawkeyes At Ferry Field May Place Wolverines; Near Top IJERRY BENSON SLATED TO FITCH IN CRUCIAL CONTEST Michigan's diamond squad will en- counter Coach Sam Barry…

… ILLINOIS,6 fTRA CK TEAM 108-2 9 FARRELLS MEN HANDED MOST DISASTROUS DEFEAT IN HISTORY VARSITY TAKES FIRSTS IN ONLY THREE EVENTS Wolverines Distinctly off Formi as Suckers Outdo Own Performances ,The best…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

… the field was so muddy that the weight men could not get a foothold in the ground. SThe Wolverines are fortunate in hav- Jack Renault in uniform of constable of Canadian northwest mounted police Jach…

… the offing and that Eddie Gibson will climb the hill against the Gophers on Saturday with Noonan and Strycker in reserve. The Wolverines have been playing ;reat ball all through the. season and no let…

… considered to be of much importance when comparing the different teams as contenders for Con- ference honors. The Wolverine chances of copping the 'Big Ten meet, while not overly bright seem as good as any of…

… stars cannot compare with the Varsity. Illinois secured eight firsts in the dual meet last Saturday but the Wolverines were only one behind with seven to their credit. It is here that the Michigan…

… supporters base their hopes of victory. The events in which the Wolverines took first honors -were ones in which they have done so consistently throughout the year and one in which they will give every school…

May 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

…aat1 ; iid in thle 4discus with at* tlb ow f lss fthram n132 feet only -a riek a; ter the Wolverine's Fer- r y 0;e!(drecord throw o 142 fet4 14 IiIV'"e s. Upsel s uSo a Ily ha! pie Jm';wer, er, for…

… that you are a post graduate. Ydur One of the peculiar turns taken in the Michigan-Illinois meet was that the Wolverines, hitherto rated excep- tionally strong 'in the weights and )field events, scored…

… one point less here than did the Illini and took 'oily three firsts to four for Gill's men. In the eight track events, however, lay the margin of victory for the Wolverines who piled up 10 more points…

March 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… southernL trip. If the g9od weather lasts his 'XIS C men will have more actual practice than any team 'he has lead into the South since he became the Wolverine - coach. The southern teams are al-i OF ANN…

WolverineJI teams by winning the series or get- I F. X~erth Co. J - O F UT ting an eensplit. ______ "rOL UT w -- Students' Fashion Shop" mm__ __ _ _ _ YOU THINK OF j Downtown TWED COME IN ____ ___ AND LET US…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 4

… Settle Question of Supremacy with Cardinal on Saturday WOLVERINES WILL TAKE REST UN IL BUCKEYE GAME FEB. 11( Every court five in the Conference is, at last, under way, with Wiscon- sin's smooth sailing…

… forward, Miller, still handicapped by his recent illness, and with the Car- dinal five in the best of condition. One thing is certain-that when Badger and Wolverine clash on the Waterman gymnasium floor on…

… on the long end of the score in the game with Northwestern. Wolverines Have Rest Saturday's garhes are not easy to dope. Wisconsin should, by early sea- son predictions, win from the Goph- ers. In a…

January 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… atainteams 'as 'they are scheduled to play. nough s© they' cou u a tc the necessary formations. Against he NotesDamne team,athe Wolverines All. matches scheduled for the first Aere able to fall back upon some…

… vs. group 6, group 10 rday. The superior condition and vs. group 8, group 3 vs. group 7; 8:30 eam play of the visitors was too much o'clock, junior laws vs. freshmen lits, or the Wolverines in spite of…

October 17, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

….,r when We < Hlughes, a substitute Wolverine half- I Ainnet,ota 17 yard 1.7.ewhere t ! o<i ;_ 2 :* et olio ,back, booted two place kicks from the dondth sn.*-----n ti~"~~ : g AlImquist tor E 1( 1h1t I(2…

… practice. field, the ,Wolverine captain return-- - ts"; the punt to the Gopher's 36 yard The Michigan hand, ledi by (Gordon , ine. jxolendla hit cenjter fortli'tpc" $- Packer, '28, paraded across Ferry…

January 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… than elatedl to see the t dintation. in athletics means. Int one' Wolverines make a clean sweep.] or two flashes lie surprised[ everyone, Coach Barss is satisfied with the re- by his quick action andl…

… baothi aggre- lowing Mondlay and Tuesday but these gations. Second Gamime Shiowy4 linproveinent The work of the Wolverines in the second game was somewhat of a rev-:; 'W e: Use the Most Approvedi elation…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… on the losing end of a 45 pects of aneagreement. are pflated beyond all reason bread nal mpe ther uadngmfes- to 23 score, the Wolverine swimmers The stumbling block seems to be the areu infltdpbey nd…

… again go score- less Johnson, captain and left wing of the Badgers, netted a short shot. Michianrght widited a longs I Nine Players Used in Attu Stop Fierce Attack of Wolverines - - f Purdue bowed…

… an attmept to put a halt to tl- Wolverine machine-like offense. Eac team lost one player via the four peg sonal foul route, Doyle leaving t, game in the first period and Robbir making his exit in the…

… the front. All five of the Michigan men swun down the court in perfect unison an completely bewildered the Lamberi men with their offensive tactics. Tim and again the Wolverines worked th ball toward…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…, chief of police, di- the Wolverines drew first blood when Robert Woods Bliss, formerly third rector of the Reichsbank and other Captain MacDuff scored a beautiful assistant secretary of state, becomes…

…- ing below C and must also re- ceive a grade above C in at least one course. 1 I WILL TACKLE HOOSIER TANK MEN IN "Y" POOL AT 2:15 1 fmd'T~e v FARRELL'S MEN MEET MA IN CHICAGO THIS Al WOLVERINE

… defeati son from Coach Brown's Wolverines, It is impossible to tell flow while Michigan is equally determined Farrell's men will run on Ch despite the severe handicap of inelig- peculiarly banked track. In…

… bre.nr 4 and Searle, the crack Wolverine der to defeat them. It i" lke sprint duo. In the 150 yard 'back Chicago has a well balanced stroke Churchman and Lauter will team as they have been accusto be…

August 17, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

….-- For TAXI or BAGGAGE call 230.- Adv. Adv. ttllttliilllt111i l ltil illl tl tlf tltli111[1 111I 111ttil lltlitiltlttt#ILI I1tlIII Illtlltlltttl, The WOLVERINE advertising has been very E satisfactory and…

July 17, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…] Wolverine Classifie up for a time at Niagara, but this was national turf court champion. The suIlts. Ads should be soon stopped by the state of New sets went 6-1, 6-2, the score not indi- o'clock before day…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… very much opposed to the present OVER IN 27 SEA SONS WOLVERINES WIN TRACK, FIELD DUAL MEET 69 1-3 TO 65 2-3 (Special to The Daily) Urbana, Ill., May 16-(By A. P.)-Michigan and Illinois participated in…

… a brilliant track and field dual meet this afternoon and the Wolverines were the top team 69 14 to 65, 2-3 when the last event was run bff. First Illinois and then Michigan took turns at leading. At…

March 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

… deducted almost the end of the race-esa dinpairofpretty races for, from Wisconsin and Illinois. e o eWisconsin pa e when sprained his ankle while Krieger and the Wolverines in the 100 and 40 yard . . . The…

Wolverines went into the relay P passed Calahan. Seed both were eliminated after three free styles which were won by Brey- Illinois' wrestling team tied 'ndiana leadi Wisconsin by only a point In te u whic…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… The Wolverines should have scored ihe second when Genebach got an ifield hit and Vick doubled to deep ft. However, Genebach tried to poe home on Ernie's hit and wasp aught at the plate. Dixon fanned and…

… the Michigan man did win in straight sets. The score was. 9-7, 6-4. The Wolverine was particu- larly effective I4 using a well placed chop. Many times he passed his op- ponent at the net with this…

… amount to $4,300, The Michi-_ ganensian $2,600, The Gargoyle $1,000, The Directory $500, The Athletic Pro- gram $500, The Wolverine $450,tand no profit for The Chimes. The. total gross profits thus reach…

April 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… start for the Wolverine nine in its premier game of the 1928 chase after the Big Ten baseball title. The net result ,of all this was to dismiss the North- westernWildcats with two hits and a 7-1 defeat…

…'slants found a ready reception awaiting them, the Wolverines clipping his offerings for seven hits, well bunched for five runs. Although 'setting the Maize and Blue down in order in the first in- ning, Red…

… the mound, singled and Michigan had a 2-0 lead. The third inning found a renewal : of Wolverine activities. Nebelung drew a base on balls, the second off Hellerman, and raced on to second when the ball…

January 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

… through the re,.t of the gamne. Two successive long shots by Chapman electrified the crowd and put the Wolverines in a with countless wealth as the victor's prize. TPhe latest department of commerce…

…. Wolverines appeared -sluggish, Grim Competition Keen making the first basket. Raber then ' Competition in all of the trade retaliated for Michigan, but scoringj areas of the Far East," he said, "has was slow…

December 17, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

… Wolerine Captain Nurses Knee Injury MmIDWEST CONFERENCE LEADERS WILL MEET WOLVERINES TONIBHT CORNELL COLLEGE PROMISES TO BRING VETERAN TEAM TO FIELD HOUSE INJURIES MAY HANDICAP Chanmbers Expects To Play In…

… Vernon, WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.-The Fall- 'Ia., will play the Wolverine basket- )oheny oil conspiracy today stirred ball five in the second game of the enator Heflin, Democrat, Alabama, season at 7:30 o…

… teamed with Justice Hoehling was appointed by and his work at guard is expected to Barley . Barley has developed rap- he Harding administration in which feature the Wolverines' play this sea- idly in the…

April 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…-3. Another r Cincinnati in the sixthj a pair of runs in the eighth me on' ice for the Buckeye ok the Wolverine batting the day when he made two it of four trips to the plate. e other Michigan players' be in a…

… delivered many The Wolverine mentor returned last talks before high school and college Friday from a speaking tour of the gatherings, Everywhere he 'went be leading cities of the west. The. coach gatherings…

June 17, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

… week at the Midlothian Country club, Blue Island, Illinois. Teams from many of the Conference schools are entered but the Wolverines will have their strongest competition in Chicago who defeated them…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

… fair, but s good as the men can do if !d. Broad Jump Disappointing igan disappointments cam in nning broad jump and the hur The Wolverines were figured for ority of points in these events, Rled to come…

June 17, 1927 (vol. 18, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… the class through its career of four years in the. University, comprised the fac- ulty portion of the program. WOLVERINES MEET CINCINNATI TODAY In an event of the opening of the, Commencement week…

… begin at, 3:15 o'clock. Don Miller, who pitched in the ma- jor part of the season's play, will take up the task for the Wolverines against the Ohioans this afternoon. grees will he of particular interest…

February 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 96) • Page Image 7

… unless it be the two gamep with Chicago, but the Maroons' strength was shown in their recent defeat of Indiana. The fast coming Purdue five must be met by the Wolverines as well as Illinois and Iowa…

….- While the Wolverines and Hoosiers battle Saturdaythereswill be two oth- er important contests, Purdue and Iowa will lock horns in the latter's new field house and Wisconsin will journey to Ohio State for…

October 17, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

… started with up the loss by plunging through the lines before lie was thrown out of the ball in Minnesota's possession on line for five yards. Johnson substi- b'nuI. s. 'the 'Wolverine's 27 yard line. tuted…

… Almquist over right end but Ooster- to his reputation in the game yester- baan and Rich blocked it. Minnesota ( day by repeatedly tearing through the was penalized five yards for incom- Wolverine guard…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

… Illiniois in 1923. The hrdvictory in as many starts. Fri- ,Tuesday, 4 o'clock- Sophomore eng-,1j Wolverine star has been increasing day the feat was duplicated when ineers vs. Soplioniore lits;. Wednesday…

…InanSigmalioiPhins madelph au leap pslof S25a feetad a1-2 of2inches.2inceTheh {There will be a miatch with thei Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Phi, Wolverine flash has seriously threat- team representing…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

… 136 feet, more than 10 feet farther than the winning mark, but he step- peel out of the circle, and Steve Farrell called the throw a foul. OPPOSEVARSI*TY Wolverines Are Favored to Defeat1 Bollerm slier…

… TAY i kIN lI)QULES The Wolverines will oppose the' Boilermakers with one change in the Featured by somne of the best high- personnel of the team. Holdsworth sho ensee ene h er willpla in he umbe for…

March 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…' that Pre- mier Bonar Law's "timid behavior" in; the matter puts his country in a pre- carious situation. ILLINOIS, IOWA, WISCONSIN RE GARDED AS LIKELY ( ON TENDEINS S E V E N WOLVERINES PLACE IN TRIAL…

… rur in the finals of the half mile and Mar- tin, Joyner, Thomas and Siemons in the 440. y 'cli Igain Picked Favorite The Wolverines enter the meet r: favorite for first honors if her men de as well as…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

… trip won their numerals in the Illinois ready to open up against the Illini in telegraphic meet Saturday. With the top form. If the Wolverines can come records that were made in the indoor through on…

January 17, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… especially adept at sinking baskets, accounting for four during the first period. State Defense Ragged Michigan started slowly, but after Molenda scored his second field goal, the Wolverines found that the…

…- able to play together in the second half, but individual work on the part of Oosterbaan, Chambers, and Petrie, who returned to the game, kept the Wolverines far in advance of State. Coach Mather held a…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… g third just behind MacKeever, whov only a couple of seconds slower t Hall. Higgins, the only Wolverine entr in the 220, finished third beh Evans, who set a new mark of :21 and Shocker, the other…

… too fast the Wolverine was forced to slai up, allowing both Marzula and Ma to pass him, the latter adding more point to the Varsity score. Ponzer, a new man on the I111 squad proved the sensation of…

March 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

… WELCOME, HARVARD )liclhigan takes pleasure in wel- coming to Ann Arbor the Harvard trackmen in their first encounter with the Wolverine' representa- tives. Without doubt, the contest. tonight will prove to…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… aggregation always gives the Wolverines a fast contest, and this afternoon should prove no exception. Coach Fisher has changed his batting order for this afternoon's game and upon this afternoon's results will…

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