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January 17, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

… . special attention afforded to that arch rivalry of the ice-Michi- gan versus Minnesota. This week finds the Gopher and Wolverine sextets meeting on Thurs- day and Saturday nights at the Coli- seum. Behind…

…, resulting in a Big Ten draw. "Feeling runs high in nearly all these Wolverine-Gopher con- tests;- one notable fight in Ann Arbor some seven years ago found spectators, coaches, managers, and even the highly…

… Indianapolis on Feb. 15, 1936 According to swimming coach Matt Mann, Skinner will enroll at Michi- gan "unless one of those eastern schools snatches him away." P ukien Seelk Gopher Scalp Wolverines To Be At Full…

… Strength For Series i With their 4 to 0 victory over Illi- nois last Saturday evening a thing of the past, Coach Eddie Lowrey and his Wolverine sextet went through a hard 90 minute practice session last…

… night in preparation for their two game stand this week against the Gophers of Minnesota. Despite the fact that the Wolverines took a considerable amount of bounc- ,.,nnvnss , fnt +h 1 1 Tili n-1 1 lp v…

May 17, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…Maize And Blue Nine Plays Hoosiers Today At B1 Michigan Must Win To Stay In Race For Title Wilshere, Star Hoo si e r Left Hander, Will Hurl Against Wolverines The hard-hitting Wolverine nine will…

… the Wolverines definitely out of the Conference race unless Illinois loses all of its four re- maining games. Michigan is now in third place, one game behind the sec- ond-place Hoosiers and two games in…

… back of the league-leading Illini. Whitey Wilshire, Indiana's brilliant southpaw, will be on the mound against the Wolverines. He is one of the two best pitchers ins the Con- ference,'the other one being…

…- shire is especially desirous of beating the Wolverines as they handed him a 6-4 trimming last year. Patchin To Face Indiana Trying for his second Big Ten vic- tory, Art Patchin will face the Hoo- siers…

… unknown. 24 men to represent the Wolverines Phil Diamond, local German teach- in their defense of the Big Ten out- er noted for his uncanny ability to door title at Evanston, Ill., Friday and prognosticate…

… well-balanced Wolverines to Gorman, Jake Kauffman, Ben Starr, come through unexpectedly in one or Neree Alix, Moreau Hunt, Dave Hunn, more of the 15 events. Herm Wendland, Dan Schwenger, Gives Hoosiers…

…. plague which has handicapped the team. Five of the Wolverines' strong- est threats are in poor condition at present, and the outcome of the meet depends entirely on just how much these injuries handicap…

January 17, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 82) • Page Image 6

…PAGE :SIX ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNI AY,' JAN. 17 '.1937' I~AGE SIX SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 1937 Wolverine Cagers Def eat isconsin, 43 To 31, Before 4,500 Michigan Five Scores Second BigTen Win…

Wolverines their margin as they saw the ball roll out of the basket time after time on their short shots. In the second pe- riod, however, Michigan came to life and started moving with the same speed that…

… defeated Northwestern, to go past Wisconsin and win by a com- fortable margin. Approximately 4,500 spectators saw the Wolverines take their sec- ond conference victory. Mitehell Leads Badgers Lee Mitchell…

… led Michigan both on offense and defense, collecting 11 points, nine of which he picked up in the last'half of the second period. Two Wolverines, Johnny Gee and Matt Patanelli, left the game on per…

… followed in Barclay's foul shot and then passed to Bar- clay to goiahead. With less than a minute to go Rooney picked up a loose ball and went under. Wolverines Get Hot Once again the Wolverines warmed up as…

… Michigan team led the Varsity to Speicher was the Wolverine' gaining victory in the second game of the this initial victory, defeating Hocking Minnesota hockey series last night. of Franklin and Marshall by…

… the Gopher's goale, Bob Wilkin- 126-pound bout to the local grappler son. Johnny Fabello scored the Cameron again sent the Wolverines other goal early in the first period. out in front by completely…

… outclassing Urich and finishing the match with a time advantage of 9:17. Detroit Crowd Three falls were scored by theDt touring Wolverines. Thomas threw W a h s iece McKenna of Franklin and Marshall W at lie Vi…

…- DETROIT, Jan. 16.(Special to The ner in the unlimited class. Daily)-Ellsworth Vines, world's pro- Wolverines Cinch Meet fessional tennis champion defeated With these decisive victories toF. their credit the…

Wolverines had the Fred Perry in straight sets 14-12, 6-2. meet cinched. Morgan of Michigan 6-1, here tonight before a crowd of and Nagle wrestled to a draw in the 6,500 at the Olympia. 165-pound bout and…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… yes- terday afternoon in preparation for their opener against the Michigan State Spartan tonight at the Field House. The entries posted by Coach Charlie Hoyt indicated that the Wolverines will throw…

… hurdle&, will more than have his hands full with able Wolverine hurdlers Gedeon and Kel- ley. 440 Chances Good Only the fact that both teams are limited to two entries in the quarter saves the State forces…

… cutting into the Mo.e of this later. But as far as Saturday's dual meet goes,n1 m confident Mike Peppe must wait a little while longer. It looks like the Wolverines will finish the festivities some four or…

… swing the meet. Give the Wolverine duo 14 or 16 points in 50 and 100. And Michigan willi need this Matmen Leave For East; Meet Tern ie, Lebid Wolverines Rated Favorite Over Owls; Engineers Have Strong…

… tough hick match. This year the Wolverines are set to make up for their mediocre showing of last year and are favored to take this import- 1nt tournament, By far the outstanding match of "he meet will be…

… Cameron lost his match last year, however he was working in the 135 division. This time he will rep- resent the Wolverines in the 126 pound class against Frank Burnett. Co-captain Thomas suffered the same…

January 17, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 82) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JAN. 17; 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN, THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN, Wolverine Swimmers Easily Trounce Indiana, 64-20 N~iever .rush~ed Natators Win In Every Event Single Pool…

…ardyar) fre-styledWordby<Ba)- team to beat Coach Chuck Hoyt's A well balanced team is always a title nard (M), second, Wreford(M;;I third, Danch I). Time: 2:23.2 Wolverines this year either on the…

… yesterday whipping the Indiana tankers by an4 overwhelming 64-20 score. The Wol-7 verines completely outclassed the Chicago Plays Host To Cagers Monday, Chicago's Maroons, whc are hosts to the Wolverines

… outstanding sopho- mores. Of these Bill Watson, Sag- inaw Negro, has served notice that he will be one of the finest men in the field events in Wolverine history. Other sophomores, including Alan Smith, Roy…

… in the Grady Performs Well closing minutes. Yesterday Hoyt sent his charges through their first time trials since vacation with gratifying results. To all appearances the Wolverines are in good enough…

March 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

…';,I WMICHIGAN D IL Y M TUESDTAY. M C4~I 7~I?.191 ..H...... . ....AT.. 'i..G3:i;.L V it d. 1 f 1x'7, aI 1 Wolverines to Meet Cornell rhinclads Saturday 1 Varsity Cinder Team Will Try to…

… crosses the finish line,? for he is good for a mark of 4:24 in his event. He can also run the half1 if not too hard pressed in the first1 event. Wolfe will be Martin's best Wolverine opponent in the eight…

…. I e By Cullon IKennedy. In two succesive nights of swim- l m 7g co -petition r eplete with its thrills, the Wolverine swimmers lifted the Big Ten tank title from theshoulders of the Pii !e swim- icrs…

…. Chief among the individual performers was that of JohnnyI Schmoi ter, Wolverine sopho- more flash, whose brilliant showing in the Conference meet . 's elevated him to a place among' the greatest…

Wolverine captain. This record was doomed to stand for only a brief space of time, for in the next heat, the Big Ten cham- pion backstrocker, Marsh, of Minnesota, cut it down another 1.2 seconds, making the…

… last place had been counted on. week-end Coach West was full of The Wolverines stood a good praise for his charges who he feels chance to take the meet from the are well deserving of the many Wildcats…

February 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… in Lansing. He will enter the Muskegon meet a decided favorite to cop the title. eplaces Courtis on Michigan Front Line i I I 1 Recovering from the rouwg work that the Wolverines went through to win…

Wolverine ice team have turned all their ef- forts to working for the coming series with the sextet from Madison Thursday and Saturday nights. Both games will be played here on the Coliseum ice and promise to…

… aided ma- terially in the past games of the Wolverines. Michigan must win all her con- ference games from now on if she wants to stay in the running for the title honors. In addition Wis- consin, the…

May 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 163) • Page Image 7

…, although the Wolverines will not be called upon to meet any Conference foes. On Tuesday afternoon Coach Ray Fish- er's charges will play the only home enco unter of the week, a return game against Western…

… slow, 15.6. Sentman came back to w the low h dles, both he and Capt. ave of Illinois beating the. slim Wolverine. Campbl of Mich- igan raid eay se ond ~to Tolan in1 both dases. ach squad won seven first…

… country all spring, and ratet as the most dangerous rivals to Wolverine supremacy. Indiana has V a well balanced team that has en- abled the Hoosier institution to, down such a powerful outfit as Illi- nois…

…-1 One of Michigan's oldest rivals m II ni hurdler.' on the diamond will furnish the' sar_ ___urle ag opposition in the third game of the WOLVERINES BEA T week, the Wolverine being sched- WBwi uled to go…

February 17, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… and Jack Leutritz. Wolverines Are Favorites Michigan entries will be top-heavy favorites in many of the individual events as well as in the relays. De- fending champions Bill Watson, El- mer Gedeon and…

… Wes Allen should be good for victories and the Wolverines are much stronger in the relays than they were last year when their com- binations took down one first, two seconds and a fourth. Elmer Gedeon…

… result of intensive workouts since the start of the week. The Wolverine squad appears to be in its best physical condition since the beginning of the season, with not a, single man in the starting lineup…

… the season at 175, as will Forrest "Butch" Jor- dan in the heavyweight division. The feature match of the meet promises to be that between two un- defeated rivals; Don Nichols of the Wolverines and…

… Lowrey's Wolverine hockey sextet showed a handful off Michigan fans that they still have thek power to win a hockey game. Although walking off the ice with the 6 to 2 score in their favor, if the forward…

… Straight Wins Against Woodstock these faults had' no real effect on the final score.' However when the Wolverines come up against Waterloo Saturday nigh at the Coliseum such mistakes will mean the difference…

… between another win, or whether the small Michigan team will fall back into the losing column. Wednesday's game can easily be considered a practice game which prepared the Wolverines for their next four…

…. After the Chicago contest, the Wolverines will return to Ann Arbor since no game is scheduled for Mon-, day. They play one more game away from home-against Purdue next Saturday-and then wind up the sea…

May 17, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… Saund- president movement before. ers, Bill Barclay and Al Karpinski will leave by auto this morning for W- -'-0Evanston for the defense of Michi- 14-Hit Barage Enables The Wolverines To Win Last Game…

… 2. A 14-hit barrage by the Wolverines in the sec- ond game enabled them to take the night cap with ease, 9 to 3. Michigan's two runs in the opener came in the first inning. Rudness, stealing second…

… pushed across the home plate. Rudness sacrificed Fishman, who allowed only four hits in the seven innings that he worked, to second, and the Wolverine left hander then scored on Brewer's hit in the fifth…

…. Uricek opened the eighth with a triple and scored imme- diately as Jablonski duplicated his feat. Lerner followed with a double that scored the Wolverine catcher, and then scored himself on a fielder…

… second Illini pitcher in the ninth inning. Lanky John Gee pitched the first two innings for the Wolverines, allowing four hits in the time that he worked. Fishman Slash To Affect Higher Positions; To…

… individual title he won in 1934 and lost to Michigan's Johnny. Fischer last year by three strokes. In yesterday's meet the Wolverines (Continued on Page 2) Minnesota Invaded By New Heat Wave ST. PAUL, May 16…

March 17, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

… advantage. Larson, incidental- ly, was awarded the prize which goes to the man selected as the finest for any weight. Michigan's seven points which gave the Wolverines fifth place in the meet were garnered by…

…' Wolverines' Only Explanation L J -1 DON SEATON, Illinois track coach, was recalling his prediction of the outcome of the Conference trackI meet. "Sure I said Indiana looked stronger on paper," he said…

…, it is hardly likely that young Williams will return to school, this semester. The star backstop's loss deals a se- vere setback to the Wolverine nine. Coach Fisher was depending on Wil- liams to assume…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

… i,' breaker Murman. ! ficersFor1TaiIewd the 12 mile:; of ice between 1he rescue shios and the scientistsj it I I all (ledfir O'. Visitors Prove Sirrise To Wolverines; England Plays Bang-Up Hockey…

… en combination proved too much for the Paris, Ont. hockey club and the Wolverines chalked up their ninth win by a 3-2 score. The game, played at the Coliseum last night, was witnessed by approximately…

Wolverine Tom Hay- nie after tiailing him for 200 yard, n the last 20 yards to win the 220 yard free style race in 2:13.6. Macionis put in a surprise appear- amce in the 200 yard breast stroke and again caine…

… from behind, this time to make up a ten yard deficit and beat out Wolverine Johnny Haigh. Captain Ed Kirar and Haynie proved to be the Michigan stars. Kirar took the century race in 0:52.8, fast time…

February 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 94) • Page Image 7

… student coupon books. The Wolverine swimmers will leave on Thursday for Madison Where they will, encounter Wiscon- sin on Friday in the first Confer- ence meet of the year. On Satur- day Minnesota will play…

… Boardman will likely uphold the to crack. Dues and Neiman, who Wolverine side, while Wining and performed in the shot put, are Powers will undoubtedly see service bound to chalk up some tallies, as with the…

November 17, 1931 (vol. 42, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

… only un-( the Wolverines are not to get their other week-end without a blemish beaten team in the East, having on its Big Ten record, but what a emerged victorious over Holy Cross,' scare the Hoosiers…

… Methodist triumphed over gage in inter-Conference games. Baylor, 6 to 0; Tennessee scored a With the Wolverines renewing an 21-7 victory over Vanderbilt; North. ancient rivalry over a certain mis- Carolina…

Wolverin s have settled down to hard work in preparation for the Gophers this Saturday and the clash with Glenn Thistle- waite's eleven here on Novem- ber 28. Both of these teams are strong, and both of them…

February 17, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…{ At Finish Hockey Six Drops RoughGame, 3-2 Michigan Tech Hands Out Defeat To Wolverines In Second Games of Series (Special to The Daily) (Complete Box Score On Page 3) IOWA CITY, Feb. 16.-- (/) -Three…

… baskets caged in the waning minutes of play enabled Michigan's basketball team to eke out a 29-27 win over the strong Iowa quintet here tonight. It was the Wolverine's second Confer- ence victory of the…

…-17 lead on the wilting Michigan five. Soon after re- placing Al Plummer, midway in the second half, Dick Joslin tipped in two difficult one handed shots, to bring the Wolverines within four points of the…

… baskets by Meyers and Evans but the half ended with the Wolverines lead- ing by only one point. Tamagno, who went in for Gee at center, after the latter was held scoreless, handled the pivot post well, and…

… Michigan looked like a greatly improved team. Barko and Rosenthal, leading Big Ten scorers, starred for the losers, scoring 16 points between them. The Wolverines left for Evanston tonight, where they will…

… hard checking being featured by both sextets. Latimer again tallied in the final frame, with Heyliger getting another for the Wolverines, who swarmed in on Maki, but all other offerings were turned aside…

March 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

…- letic career. The showing of the Wolverines in the Big Ten meet was something of a surprise to followers of the sport, inasmuch as the dope sheet gave them an excellent chance to finish one, two. The men…

… placings of a first and fourth in the 75 yard dash, a third in the mile relay, a second in the two mile classic and a third in the shuttle, placed the Wolverines on a par with most of the other outstanding…

May 17, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

… from defeat, 21 Wolverine track stars will invade Minnesota today to match times and distances with a strong Min- nesot a track team. Both squads have victories to their credit over Conference opponents…

… considerable good account of himself against Second game: pion, Cyril Tolley, five and four, strength in holding the Detroit ag- I anyone the Wolverine mentor may Washington ..000 001 030- 4 6 1 and Roland Mac…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 7

… Unstoppable Attack Gives Visitors 19 First Downs To 3% Of Wolverines (Continued from Page 1) The placekick sailed wide and Michi- gan led 6 to 0. It took the Gophers only seven plays in the second quarter to…

… a most capable substitute. Matheny's efforts cul- minated in his scoring the final touchdown in the 39-6 rout. WM. B. AMSTUTZ 610 Wolverine Bldg. Ann Arbor Phone 8946 h .A ~lC o 25 ;UPWARDS T.__ _.4…

May 17, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

Wolverines again. In their final practice the team batted for about an hour against the offerings o f left-handers, as Coach Ray Fisher expects to face port-side hurling in the next two games, the Normal game…

… THIS WEEK Will Go to Evanston This Friday for Conference Contests; Concede Chance. With the dual meet season at an end Coach Charlie Hoyt and his Wolverine thinclads are now direct- ing their efforts…

May 17, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

… three for Michigan won all three points from Captain Ed Hill of the invaders with a one-over-par 73. Hill had an 85. Barclay with a 78 was the third Wolverine to win a singles match, posting a 78 to…

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January 17, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

Wolverines. EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 16.-(P)-Michigan's court team down to its first defeat of the Conference season here tonig Northwestern's victorious forces chalked 'up their fourth str victory, 21 to 2o, in…

… Daniel. Wolverine captain, in the. fo position. Garner of Michigan ed a capable game in the pivot THE LINEUPS Michigan (20) FGl Eveland, f........ Daniels, f .... .. Garner, c......... Weiss, g…

October 17, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… 34-0 It is a day in the autumn of 1897 -October 16, if you must know- and Ohio State university's foot- bal team has arrived in Ann Ar- bor to do battle with the snarling Wolverines. It is the first…

… problem but finally emerged in the form of a wolverine. The finished drawing was sent to Bauer at Nurnberg, according to Rogers, where the cold man, as the sole survivor of the Guild of Her- aldic Carvers…

March 17, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…. 123 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverines Take Fifth Consecutive Swimming Crown Score 59 Points Illinois And Big Ten Meet To Lead Iowa In Defies Treaty…

… behind with 24. Other teams scored: Ohio State 20, Northwestern 14, Chicago 9, Wisconsin 7, Indiana 4, Minnesota 3. The title-winning Wolverines placed four -individual champions and one relay winner…

… 150-yard back-stroke. Jack Kasley, ace Wolverine breast- stroker, set up a new record in the 200-yard event, with a 2:30.3 race. Tex Robertson smashed the old 440-yard free-style record by 8 seconds…

May 17, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

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…, Ill., May 16.-North- western made it two straight wins over Michigan by upsetting the Wolverine 6 to 5 in a well played game at Roycemore field in Evan- ston today. The Wildcats bunched their hits to…

March 17, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…- leading the Wolverine scorers.1 crowned Conference champions,are It was Michigan's best scoring yearc given a good chance to break into the in the 16 seasons of hockey playedl scoring column. Danner, an…

…. State, there. 25-Hillsdale, there. 29-Mich. State College, there. 31-Mich. State College, here. June- 1-Toledo, there (night game). Badger Frosh Win In Track Over Michigan Wolverines Lose D Setting Of…

May 17, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

… Friday, May 17, at 9 a.m. or at 1 p.m., and on Saturday at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. or 7 p.m. We would like to have your help on as many of these five shifts as possible To the Members of the Michigan Wolverine: The…

May 17, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… balanced strength of the Wolverines. 'ummaries Sorenson (WS) d. Ryan (M) 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 Laevin (WS) d. Bob Clarke (M) P- 2_c 'Q P0 i At the same meeting Harry R, T. Brown, Charles M. Rush, Geor and Kenneth…

August 17, 1930 (vol. 10, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

… mother's back." After a moment you gave the cue in what you thought was a hoarse whisper, but what really sounded like the Wolverine barging into town. By the time the queen had pulled herself together you…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… score of .171/2 to 91/2 in the first visit that the "Fighting Irish" have ever paid to Ann Arbor. The match was tied at 41/2 points at the conclusion of four-ball play in the morning but the Wolverines

March 17, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

… dropped back at the far turn, but Jockey Pi Phi took to the whip at the head of the stretch and had Goldcamp going away at the finish to cap- ture the first running of the Wolverine Handi- cap, Charm added…

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