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February 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 - , - - - - a olMdmWlN Indiana Green BY GEORGE! George Hastings - Those gutty Wolverines: down but not…

Wolverines have not seen it played against them this year. -The Hoosiers are now in command of the Big Ten. Sure, Indiana had a lot of things going for them. The Hoosiers had their sparkling Assembly Hall…

… Michigan in the biggest game yet of the Big Ten season. Steve Green was utterly fantastic, running around and shooting over the parade of Wolverine defenders who made attempts to cover him, in a performance…

… statistics were undistinguished, and Indiana coach Bob Knight did not bother to bring him off the bench even once in the first game against the Wolverines. But yesterday, Benson was everything Knight had…

…. Of course, Indiana was not the only team on the court at Bloomington. The Wolverines did not go down without a fight, and not without a few bad breaks. A pair of missed layups and a foolish offensive…

… visiting squad to make up in Assembly Hall. Still, the gutty Michigan team did not lose its poise, and when the Wolverines crawled back to within four points visions of yet aonther Maize and Blue miracle…

… materialized. But stripped of their play-making guard, and with no-one capable of slowing down Green or Benson, the Wolverines were just not about to win this game. Orr was gracious and dignified in defeat…

…. Unlike many times last year, his squad had been beaten by a better team, not by its own poor attitude. Even though the Hoosiers seem to have a wide inside track to the Big Ten title, the Wolverines are not…

… more of a long shot than was the chance back in October that this Wolverine team would be 16-4 on Feb. 17. folds (Continued from Page 1) in the game was costly as play- making guard Joe Johnson was lt…

… for Michigan to catch up, and the Wolverines just didn't have any left. The Hoosiers ran off eight straight points to take a 73-57 lead and, for all prac- tical purposes, bury the depleted Wolverines

March 17, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 135) • Page Image 8

… was we had a hard time getting going," said Wolverine swim coach G u s Stager about Michigan's third place finish in the Big Ten championships which were held March 4-6. "We had only one good day of…

… swimming-the last day," he added.J Before the meet, which was held in Champaign, Illinois, there was an outside chance of a Wolverine upset over Indiana. After the first day, however, it was obvious that…

… Michigan was demoted to battling for second place. THE WOLVERINES lost outj there too. Wisconsin edged out the local swimmers by a 479-450 margin. Indiana, winner for the 16th consecutive year, was in a…

… -132, Iowa-87, and Minnesota -52. Another factor in Michigan's third place finish was the times of the Wolverine NCAA quali- fiers. "I thought since we got to go to the nationals with fiveI or six…

… said. good time drop. He swam two The Wolverines needed strong exceptionally good races." performances on the final day Luce was a good example of to pull ahead of Wisconsin. They how keyed up the…

January 17, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… You to Attend a Party in Celebration of the Publication of Jeff Mortimer's Pigeo B d100yNoses and Little Skinny Kids A Story of Wolverine Basketball t r Blue By HENRY ENGELHARDT A lesson in Wolverine

… economics: there is no such thing as a free throw. Saturday afternoon Michigan lost to Illinois 65-61, a four point spread. The Wolverines took 12 shots from the free throw line but hit only three. If they…

…, it's Tuesday and the Wolverines are 3-1. Tommy Staton aptly analyzed the free throw situation. "We missed them," he said. It is, as Staton alludes, a rather black and white situation. Either a free…

…. But the Wolverines are not moping over the problem. "We're really a good shooting team," said Joel Thompson. "Most foul-si1 guys hit in practice, sometimes 90 per cent. I don't know what happened…

… games." While the coaches are very pleased with the team's progress thus far, they are by no means getting complacent. At practice yesterday they added some new plays to the Wolverine offense. "The new…

January 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

… AVAILABLE IN UAC OFFICE 2nd FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION 763-1107-763-1256 PETITIONS ARE DUE WED.,JAN. 21 -j Wolverines brace By AL SCHACKELFORD Michigan's basketball team, up against the wvall after three…

… its last three games to the cream of the conference: Iowa, Purdue and Ohio State. Orr attri- butes the Wolverines losing streak to uneven play, saying "We played as well against Purdue, for ex- ample…

… the -Huron team, edged Rick Bolhouse for top spot. At 167 Tom Quinn downed Mike Weede, another Michigan State HS champ, on his way to first. The other Wolverine to beat host team EMU was Mark King. King…

… transfer stu- dent faces either Tim Cech, who has been ill, or Jim Hagen. Wolverine captain Lou Hud- son is still sidelined with in- juries so sophomore 134-pound- er Ty Belknap will wrestle Doug Willer. The…

… c h i g a n State, Northern Iowa, and Wi- nona State. They fell to Pitts- burgh 28-7 as compared to the Wolverines 22-14 loss. The presence of Michigan, who defeated EMU in a trian- gular meet last…

… of the two, will provide his charges with "very good competition." In a meet ear- lier this season they edged the Wolverines' next foe Michigan State 157-155. Western Michigan's abilities are not as…

May 17, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

…Tuesday, My 17, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fifteen Tuesday, May J 7, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverines' streak hits 10 Batsmen sweep twice, but trail Gophers by one game By BRIAN MILLER If…

… there's any pressure on Moby .enedict's baseball squad, to repeat as Big Ten champs, they're not showing it. The Wolverines have won 13 of their last 14 games including 10 straight. In the process, they…

… Steve Bobowski's wildness. WOLVERINE h u r I e r Steve Perry was touched for two runs in the fourth on three hits and a passed ball by Mahan. But Perry reached back for something extra allowing only three…

January 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 91) • Page Image 7

… yesterday and dumped Indiana, the pre-season favorite to take the Big Ten crown, 92-81. The Wolverines never trailed as they raced to their eighth victory in their last nine games and second win in two in the…

…'s balanced attack in the first half pulled them into a big lead which the Hoosiers were never able to narrow to less than four points. The Wolverines took a seven point, Indiana, 92-81 upper deck ...!.,_c…

… and gives much of the credit to his teammates. "I felt good before the game, he noted. "I was V' sure of myself and sure that we could win because the whole team was confident." The Wolverine

…'s confidence was evident from the opening tipoff. Indiana got the first shot but Michigan got the first basket and from then on the Wolverines played the game the way they wanted to. "They couldn't even…

… with a really ready everyone did outstanding their super- McGinnis of Wilmore of I the Wolverines-but Michigan's advantage came from the great team balance. Wilmore, in his second out- standing Big Ten…

… points, the Indiana attack was listless and Michigan's s t r o n g quintet was able to surge to a quick lead° and play the Hoos- iers off the rest of the way. The Wolverines held the lead from the start…

… of the Hoosiers' most serious problems. Poor Al The quicker Wolverines, led by wait at1 Dan Fife, stole the ball a num- garner his ber of times from their bigger op- verne coa ponents, helping to…

… but one we Wilmore on the bench getting a ines. Bern rest, the Wolverines continued to game misc outscore the Hoosiers, as Wayne 22 seconds Grabiec, who finished with 13 iod. he any points, flipped in…

…, switched to a Gary Con man-to-man defense, but it didn't a perfect help much, as the Wolverines net- Sioux net ted 11 points in the first two and knocked it a half minutes to boost their lead Nelson. to 58…

…-44. Nelsonv The Hoosiers, led by McGinnis, Dave Murl rallied in the next five minutes to having tr outscore the Wolverines 17-6 and lenses. cut Michigan's margin to five Michiga points. But Michigan came right…

January 17, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

WOLVERINES PSYCHED OUT? leers-a seven ByERROL SHIFMAN A Daily Sports analysis After watching the Michigan icers drop their sixth straight game, 5-2, Sunday afternoon to the Minnesota Gophers, it…

… appeared that things were as bad as they could get. The Wolverines looked inept and nothing was going right for them. Then, the team bus broke down on the way home from Willow Run Airport to Ann Arbor.. The…

February 17, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… Wisconsin goalie Roy Schultz after receiving a pass from Wolverine Roger Bourne. The score temporarily put Michigan on top in the first period 1-0. Badgers best sagging lers By BRIAN MILLER Wisconsin brought…

… its fans and it brought its band but it was the Badger hockey squad that had a party as the visitors from Madison skated to an 8-3 victory over Michigan's Wolverines at Yost Ice Arena last night. The…

… if it were going to run the Badgers right off the rink. The Wolverines opened- the game's scoring midway through the first period when Brian Lundberg, playing right wing instead of his customary right…

… puck, skated in alone on Wolverine goalie Rudy Varvari, and scored. However, the tie didn't last long as Michigan regained the lead just :18 seconds after the Wisconsin goal. That score, by Gordie…

… Hampson allowed the Wolverines to skate off with a 2-1 lead after one period of play, although Coach Dan Farrell wasn't exactly pleased. "We couldn't take advantage of the first period chances (scoring just…

February 17, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

… most inconsistent teams in the cir- cuit. After playing catch-up most of the evening, Michigan had the ball with :57 remaining and the game tied at 66. The Wolverines worked their delay tactics until…

…, had the ball. After a time out, the Badgers were con- fronted by a 1-3-1 Wolverine zone. It was the first time in the game that Michigan went to the Zone. The Badgers-worked the ball around the…

… half), then we played very hard," said a pleased Michigan coach Johnny Orr. The victory keeps the Wolverines in the thick of the Big Ten race, or at least kept their NCAA bid hopes alive. They now sport…

…- ting at a pace that would embarass a snail. The Wolverines didn't hit their first point until four-and-a-half minutes had been played. Alan Hardy got the initial bucket from short range. It turned out to…

… bucket to give Wisconsin a 30-28 halftime edge. Wisconsin opened the lead in the second half, but the Wolverines refused to fold, and-Joel Thompson, who was tough all night with nine boards and 16 points…

… seven straight points for Michigan during one stretch, including a three-point play that gave Michigan a 63-60 lead. But the Badgers decided not to die, either. They kept pace with the Wolverines and…

…. "Gregory is the most improved player we've seen," said Orr, "up at our place I didn't even know he was in the game." The Wolverines must put two wins back-to-back to stay in the race. Something they haven…

Wolverines eight or ten. The small number is due to the recent inception of the team and Simmons believes in using only those athletes who have shown potential. As a result, he finds himself of- ten without…

February 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

… might win a place on one of breed of track stars not afraid the Canadian national teams this' to speak their minds. Wolverine summer and represent his country track captain Paul Armstrong is a in…

…. Con- Now in his fourth year with the cerning the issue that has literally team, he is one of the Wolverines torn the track world into two fac- leading and most consistent per- tions, that of amateurism…

… in them when he said that "we'll be right in there." AS TO the NCAA's he feels the Wolverines have the ability to put on an excellent showing, especially considering the fact that the championships…

… Arborland-CampuS Maple Villoqe By RANDY PHILLIPS With 101 shots on Michigan's goal in last weekend's series split with Wisconsin, one might think that the Wolverine's defense had been left back in Ann Arbor…

… indication of poor defense on the part of the Wolverines, but as a distinct difference in offensive styles of play. "Every time they get over the blue line they shoot-... We try to set up plays." He also…

March 17, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 131) • Page Image 7

…Thursday, March 17, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven , '- w W ' iy ~, r ,y ORR, VIT ALE TRADE BARBS Wolverines face By HENRY ENGLEHARDT Special to the Daily LEXINGTON - . . .Springtime for…

Wolverine Phil Hubbard and Detroit's Terry Tyler. "Tyler's a great jumper, a power player," described Vitale. The 6-7 junior overages 17.4 points and 11.4 rebounds a game. He scored 29 against Middle…

…," said Vitale. The Wolverines will probably see 1-3-1 and 2-3 zones. "They don't play anything we haven't seen," blew Michigan's assistant coach Bill Freider. strugge "Both Purdue and Minnesota zoned us…

… their last four regu- lar season games. THE TITAN'S ARE finally getting to play; "the goliaths of Ann Arbor," as Vitale refers to the Wolverines, and they'll be fired 'up higher than Stroh's beer. But the…

Wolverines promise to be ready. They. know that the loser leaves Rupp Arena after the game in his street shoes, not to return. * * * Dave Baxter, Michigan's fabled 'third guard' was injured Wednesday when he…

… blanked the Wolverines 4-0 in the first half of the total goal series. Baretta also h'ad the only shutout in the WCHA regular season this year. He blanked Michigan State 8-0 at East Lansing. Last night he…

… turned back 31 Wolverine shots - snapping their 12-game winning streak. This was the third time Michigan has been shut out under coach Dan Farrell. MICHIGAN lost 6-0 to Michigan Tech in the 1974-75 season…

March 17, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 131) • Page Image 12

… WLN EWADK Page 12-Friday, March 17, 1978-The Michigan Daily Debol: Wolverine. All-American yesterday, Stinger rookie tonight , 8TAjY, STA RY NI HT Stanley Kubrich 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY AT -9M-1…

… quite nervous about his pro debut. "I planned to come to town tomorrow, but my agent called me last night and said to get ready. I couldn't sleep last night,''said Debol. DEBOL, WHO JOINED the Wolverines

… as a freshman walk-on, }von national acclaim last year when he finished second in the nation in scoring with 99 points and led the Wolverines into the NCAA finals. He was called by many going into this…

…, Destiny teased the Wolverines, ranking them Numero 1Jno in the land and blessing them with a 9-3 record after the first few weeks. But, while at the peak of their game, Destiny kicked the dirt out from…

… under the Wolverine skates, causing a landslide and sending Michigan tumbling steadily downhill, like so many Jacks and Jills. For the remainder of the season the Wolverines went 3-17, and even though…

… their play improved measurably in the last four weeks, they had lost too much ground in the WCHA race. Even when they were playing well, the Wolverines just couldn't get the puck in the net. It seemedlike…

February 17, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 118) • Page Image 8

… Cleveland. AND THE Wolverines came away with a big victory in the 6 Fred Weekdays from noon to 1p.m. university mile relay beating Eastern power Villinova. The Wolverine team of fresh- man Harlan Huckleby…

…, Jeff Mc- Leod, Jim Grace and Dave Williams turned the mile in :17.3. Huckleby sprinted out to he lead on the first leg and the Wolverines were never headed after that. Dave Williams, the Big Ten 604…

… champion, grabbed a third n that event at the Knights Relays with a 1:11.1 clocking. The Wolverine two mile relay eam blazed to a second place inish behind Villinova. Dave re la e rs Furst kicked it off…

… hey battled to a height of 18-0. NCAA aybe a The Wolverine thinclads' next d Har- competition will be Saturday at taught Eastern Michigan in the Cen- on the tral Collegiates. Playboy's guide to the…

April 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 162) • Page Image 10

… Adding to these problems has Plagued by injuries, bad weath- been class conflicts which have er, and class conflicts, the Michi- forced some Wolverine netters to gan netters face their second miss matches…

…. Dan McLaughlin, weekend of Big Ten competition. starting in place of Ravreby, The Wolverines, 2-0 in conference nearly had to miss the Wisconsin play, come up against Wisconsin match due to an exam…

… which he TAKE TOLL conference play Thinclads set sights on Ohio State relays today, and then move on to chal- lenge the Wildcats of Northwest- ern tomorrow. First seeded on the Wolverine squad, Mark…

… Jeachim at No. 6 singles as he has compiled a doubtful starter in senior Chris Burr. Burr is nursing a sore back, and will be replaced by Ken Bartz if he is not ready to go against the Wolverines. Bartz has…

… have good depth . . . We'll have to hustle." T h e Wolverines would like to get 18 dual match points this weekend, but will be hard pressed to come out of North- western and Wisconsin with two wins…

… this meet including Michigan State and In- diana, along with the host team, Ohio State. The Wolverines will show their, strength in the 440-yard and two- mile relays as they usually do. The 440 relay…

February 17, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

…-0 season for the Wolverines, the first such one in six years. The win also marked the first time that a Mich- igan wrestling team has gone 9-0 in the Big Ten. "It was a gutty performance from all our guys…

… wrestled well an undefeated season was a possibility," added Johannesen. "In fact, that was one of our major goals for the year." In achieving their "major goal" the Wolverines couldn't have done it in more…

… for the Michigan Mat reckoned with in the Big Ten Machine the biggest part of the meet. year is yet to come. Wolverine Gary Ernst, at heavy- weight, chalked up the only pin of the night as he layed Jim…

… the most successful dual meet season in years, per- haps THE most successful that Michigan wrestling has ever It's on to Minneapolis for the Wolverine grapplers as they at- tempt to wrestle the Big Ten…

… night in the Olympic Invitational Track and Field Meet in'New York. escape. The Wolverine junior made his Michigan took the first six slim lead stand up through a matches while building up a com…

May 17, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

… it's mode of last weekend as it down Wolverines, 762-771, in a 30 hole tournament on Michigan's scourse. Michigan, led by sophomore Frank Sims' one-over par 7 a four-stroke lead over Ohio State after…

… notched medalist honors for himself. Tim Von geren paced the Wolverines with a 79-74-153. Sims looned to an 81 on the second day, but his score of 154 lo still second best among the Michigan players…

April 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 162) • Page Image 9

…- season, Benedict has been platoon- and have seen little action. Also demic season, the Wolverine dia- ing right hander John Hornyak slated to see plenty of action is mondmen are looking forward to and…

…- "basically succcessful." Bob Ma- should improve the Wolverine's sire "ra typeo sprig taing koski, Pat Sullivan and Bob Bower play. The majority of the players forithereaoulheaseason hihe will continue to share…

… outing for Michigan before the conference race gets under way. This Saturday the Wolverines will host the University of Detroit Titans in a doubleheader at Ferry Field, starting at 1:00 p.m. The game is a…

… make-up contest for an earlier doubleheader which was rained out. In the first meeting of the two teams at Detroit he Wolverines destroyed the Titans 20-5. 1 EAT HEREI WOW! low A three-piece Treasure…

January 17, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 92) • Page Image 7

… the evening but couldn't put shoulder. B o t h teams were tion and stamina. The Wolverine grapplers are slated to meet The Wolverines, playing with- the puck past Notre Dame's ten- playing a man short…

… news the teams left the ice with the They looked in control again f ofthenght was the loss of Score 1-0. when Dave Debol intercepted State, and finally at 8 p.m. the Wolverines challenge Pittsburgh…

… into sudden death. The important statistics in the third period, however, were: Notre Dame, 15 shots on goal, 2 scores, and Michigan, 33 shots on goal, 1 score. With- out Moretto the Wolverines in the…

… toughest competition this year. The Spartans have better sprinters than the Wolverines, but after that the local tankers are the favorites. So unless Michigan State sweeps the diving competition, or at least…

Wolverines, led by All-Americans Kathy Knox, Debbie Brevitz and Sue Gottlieb, currently boast a 3-0 record. "This meet's important," stated Coach Stu Isaac. "We're trying to establish ourselves, and MSU as the…

… rtsdthoroughly upstaged the Buckeyes 'last Saturday V her ruled mneh goible in the Big Ten Invitational, also at Columbus. The WolverinesGd placed members among the top five in every event and swept the top three…

… contain Simms in the sec- ond half the Wolverine's did a nice job of hiistlina. "We never knew how good Simm ' w;." sgid Wkyne State's roach. eGor- iq Snl'ik. "We would have nre-, pared a different defense…

October 17, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… Rockets probably wished the Wolverines would have stayed lost as the Big Blue beat TU, off as Hikmet Siphi, affection- ately known as "The Turk," booted the ball through the legs of the sprawled Rocket…

… the in the match, the two teams Wolverine offense as they con- next game as they try to im- wrestled with each other at mid- tinned to pressure the yellow prove on their 2-2 record. field through the…

…. the Toledo goaltender from the Midway in the first half how- short right side at 17:35 for a ever the Michigan booters began 2-0 Wolverine lead.Pa r-i putting pressure on the Toledo The TU Rockets came…

… a* and even hit the crossbar once. chance as Tam Taffese kicked C S H OL Wolverine persistence paid the ball past the Wolverine 'goalie to cut the Michigan lead FOR to 2-1 and the scoring was CO R…

May 17, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…- ference championship meet here. The six Wolverine singles players and three doubles pairs did not lose a set yesterday in quarterfinal competition. "I was very happy with the way be played, especially since…

…, which was in turn destroyed 9-0 by the Wolverines. In an interesting develop- ment, Webb Hayne of Illinois, who won No. 4 singles last year to prevent a Michigan sweep, will not repeat. He lost to…

… Michigan track team qualified six people for the semi-finals and finals and won one event here, at the Big Ten Conference track championship. The Wolverines are currently third, behind Indiana and Illi- nois…

May 17, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…'s right field fence, foul by a good six to ten feet. Despite the ranting and raving of the under- standably outraged Wolverine squad, the decision stood. Under the college system of two umps, plateman…

… Nordquist had ultimate authority. a Fortunately the Wolverines had a 4-0 lead at the time of the blast and the tainted runs did not alter the final score. Although the men in blue are capable of error, no…

… mercifully forgotten rotated his hand in mid-air to signify a home run. Furious, the entire Bengal bench emptied just Thursday, May 17, 1973 like the Wolverines did. The ump claimed that the ball had cleared…

October 17, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

…: Rackham Amph., :3:15 pm. School of Music: Doctoral Organ Stu- dents, Hill Aud., 3:30 pm. Computing Ctr. Short Course: D. FACTORY CLOSEOUT WOLVERINE HATS 1750 full color plastic vacuum formed Wolverine hats…

… $1.50 retailer, only $.20 ea. rmin, 250) . If check is with order, we pay shipping. Hots formed as brown and block wolverines wearing blue sweater with yel- low "M" on it. "Wolverine" in blue on yellow…

March 17, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 131) • Page Image 7

… fan who rationally considered the matter thought that the Wolverines were going to march through the basketball tough Big Ten gauntlet like Sherman marched through the South, basketball expectations…

… around here were definitely sunnyside up. But the 6-8 conference log the Wolverines brought home were not the sort of waves everyone expected the squad to make. The collapse of the highly touted Maize and…

… turnovers, poor play selection, and the lack of team de- fense in the second half of the season marked the Wolverine demise. Surfacely it was the inabjilty to play as a coordinated unit that marred the season…

… correct that the Wolverines lacked a floor leader a la Danny Fife. Joe Johnson and Wayman Britt, al- though showing flashes of brilliance, lacked the experience to direct the high power offense. The shots…

… second half statistics bear this out. In the last 11 games, in which the Wolverines could manage but a 3-8 mark, they allowed the opposition a 83.5 points per game, as compared with a 72.3 average in their…

… to one before finally succumbing. Maybe they tried too hard. Even harder to evaluate is the effect the pressure the fans and press exerted on the Wolverines. To believe that fans are not front runners…

September 17, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

… Illini, By HENRY ENGELHARDT Who's next? Notre Dame by name-the long-awaited trip to Leprechaun City-that's who's next for the Wolverines. After putting Illinois 'away 31-0 yesterday in a game highlighted…

… scoreboards at the game's end, the Wolverines were far from awesome-the opposition was weak. The Illini, now 0-1-1, have scored only seven points in their last five games, dating back to last season. They have…

… moved it to the Wolverine 43. LEACH guided the offense to the Illinois 10, but on third and seven most of the Illini defense waded in on him as he attempted to pass. Leach slipped to the turf after a 19…

October 17, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…, grinding out a 38-7 victory over winless North- western. Holding a slim 3-0 lead after the first period of play, the undefeated Wolverines smashed across four touch- downs in a nine minute span to post a…

… frightening. I'd just loye to get into a slugfest where a yard means a yard." LYTLE LED the Wolverines' first half charge, pick- ing up 142 of his total 172 yards prior to half time, and passing Ron Johnson for…

… over Northwestern. Zuver, along with end John Anderson, each intercepted pass- es as the Wolverine defense limited the Wildcats to one touchdown for the day. 'Candidateswae irwr By AP and Reuter…

April 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 161) • Page Image 11

… performances for the Wolver- ines, who extended their string of complete games to 16. But only Elwood was given enough support to come off with a victory. In fact the Wolverines had only one hit in their second…

… game vic- torybut some sloppy Iowa fielding -~presented Michigan with two gift runs and the victory. In the opener the Wolverine batsmen connected for all of two hits, and totaled only three measly…

… chance, but this time Kettinger fanned and Sullivan again ended the inning with a double play. The split in Michigan's first two Big Ten games isn't quite what the Wolverines were hoping for but they get…

January 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

… advantage of two defaults to down the Wolverines 18-17. The t e n points thus handed to Northwest- ern were the deciding factors in the meet, which saw Michigan dominate the actual wrestling. The forfeits…

… score 18-14 in Northwestern's favor, forcing Rick Bolhouse to pin his opponent, Jamie Summerfelt, if the Wolverines were in win the meet. No one knew this better than Summerfelt, who was repeatedly…

March 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

… our running game established." Marquette went to work on Mich- igan after the kWolverines had jumped to a 3-0 lead, by hitting the Blue with a- full court press. Before the Wolverines could figure out…

… what was going on, the War- riors had stolen the ball four times and were leading 10-3. But Steve Grote led the Wolverines back to a 31-29 lead. DURING THIS surge, McGuire spent most of his time off the…

… advantage as Homan made his shots, Russell missed his and Marquette won the ensuing tip, sparking a surge that cut the Wolverine lead to 39-37 at the half. The second half saw the Mich- * igan lead vary…

February 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… Steve Green and an inpenetra- ble defense, moved into sole pos- session of first place in the Big Ten by drubbing the Michigan Wolverines, 93-81, before a rabid record Assembly Hall crowd of 17…

…,521 yesterday. Shooting and scoring with pin- point accuracy from all over the court, the 6-7 Green converted 17 of his 24 field goal attempts en route to his game-high total of 37 points. Four Wolverines tried…

February 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

…, snowstorms, falling buses, foul trouble, and the Boilermakers themselves, is, according to Wolverine captain Dan Fife, "what makes a team a winner." A winner is exactly what the Wolverines can be called now…

…- cause we know he's back there." When the Wolverines don't use the fast break, they go into a stack offense. Fife explains, "The coaches came up with it as a way of utilizing Hank's (Wilmore) great…

… offensive talents." Against Purdue. however, the Wolverines prov- ed they could win without Wilmore who was hampered by early foul trouble. Fife attributes this to bench strength, and most of all the people…

February 17, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 115) • Page Image 8

…? Michigan hockey fans will be able to decide that for themselves this weekend, as the icers, losers of 13 of their last 14 conference games, host the Tigers of Colorado College. the Wolverines' fatal fall has…

…, and the eighth place Minnesota- Duluth Bulldogs stand a mere one point behind the Wolverines. The icers realize the importance of this series, as any possibility of produc- ing something out of the…

June 17, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 29) • Page Image 12

… dealt a severe blow yes- of New Mexico State 6-1, 6-0 was all downhill fo terday as top Wolverine Victor and Eric Friedler the No. 16 Neil won the nexts Amaya, the tournament's No. 9 seed clobbered…

… Karzen (M), 6-0, 6-4. 3, 6-2. Friedler - Karzen (M) def. tnd action begins Mike Harvey - Jay Simpson single elimination (San Diega), 7-5, 6-3. Wolverine captain Jerry Kar- zen, Michigan's fourth player…

March 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

… hoping for the best," and for the the uck s son a pssibe." Wolverines to end up on top. Most of this past season Gams- by was teamed with Brian Slack, and Bernie Gagnon or Mickey REPORTS LATE: Shaw on his…

… came out As hlcneac s andc hardn.- a Major league ball players report late because of salary holdouts. Fife, newly named Wolverine basketball captain, could not even think about baseball until the end…

June 17, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

… government's accows with Chase Manhattan Bank i New York-an account that th U.S. government had frozenk 1961 in retaliation for Castro' expropriation of American prop erty in Cuba. Wes Wolverine can play pool…

April 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 158) • Page Image 9

…. The Bowling Green sixth inning looked the most promising against the Wolverines. Designated hit- ter Gary Turner led off with a walk and moved to second when Meyer was hit by a pitch. Dale Swiger laid…

… cold the first game, they were even colder the second. They must have been stored on the east side of a glacier during moose hunting season in Siberia: Two hits were all that the Wolverines could scrape…

February 17, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

…S/ r - . . . on the varsity Randy Phillips WHILE Michigan's varsity cagers were floundering to a dis- appointing 5-5 non-conference record amidst suspensions and ineligibility requirements, Wolverine

… race, fans are not able to resist the temptation of comparing the two Wolverine squads. Speculations like "the freshmen could do a better job" and wishful thinking like "wouldn't it be great if the…

… the Wolverines great depth at all positions. The freshmen really aren't very far away from the varsity this season. Intra-squad scrimmages have told the story, and they lend some support for those 'wild…

May 17, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

… r Modification. Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. cFtc XEROX AND OFFSET fast, low cost duplicating COPY QUICK 1217 S. University 769-0600 cFtc FRUSTRATED? You haven't played pinball at the Cross Eyed…

August 17, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 64) • Page Image 3

Wolverine, a suge yesterday in The Daily, try a little horse- meat. 10 tons of the stuff went on sale in Detroit yesterday att Gratiot C'entral Market. Horse hamburger, says market owner Joe Wiggly, will sell…

March 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 132) • Page Image 9

Wolverine Gary sudcumbed, 9-5.i 'nsc a t dcwn at heveight "Ernst didn't do what he had tol Eranss ma tc hat heavyeigh do," gloated Oklahoma coach Stan against Jim Woods of Western Illi- ,d, lae kaoacahSa nois…

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