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May 18, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… AND BAGGAGE- LINE dations that can be securerd any- - _ wehere. in sehich to place cots for the full The car is isanmed 'Wolverine." number, sixteen, includhing cook It arrived yesterday with Governor…

May 18, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… oratpry at theUniversity of Michigan, ruled that a Wplye1 should be a Wolverine, ercival V. Blanchard, sub - ~remaininff The two arias she chose for her part the evening's program were ones ich need just…

May 18, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… afternoon. The score by which new engineering building; junior law: the Wolverines swamped the Orange- 4:00 p. in., room D law building; fir men was 80 to 42, and Farrell's prot- year laws, 4:00 p. i., room B…

… in a lively match. 'he Wolverines and Ithacans broke ven in the single events, but in the oubles the Cornell players had the dvantage over the men from Ann Ar- or. The scores: Singles-Benton (C…

May 18, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…Ited . Form and Defeat Strngly 'Toned Smoky City - ,Atgregation - IFN IEL iOSES TO McELROY, R AN EID THIRTIETH IN SPORT Wolverines Receive Setback at Oberlin .Saturday; Beet Carnegie 'tech Today PITTSBURG, PA…

… in his match with Captain McElroy of the Pittsburg team, and Reindel and Crawford were defeated in the doubles. The other contests went the way of the Wolverines. Switzer, who has been the surprise of…

… one who, a short time ago, committed a similar offense at a rooming house on South University avenue. WOLVERINE WANTS PENPUSHERS Summer School Paper Will Be Issued Three Times Each Week Plans for the…

Wolverine, the sum- mer school paper, hav been nearly completed, and men who wish to try out for staff positions on it will be asked to sign up this week. According to the editors, the paper will be printed…

May 18, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…- ness. Tomorrow the Orangemen have their last chance at the Wolverines. Slater, who held the Michigan team to a score- less tie, will probably work for the home team, while the effectiveness of Ferguson…

…Queen. Everything went smoothly for the Wolverines in the next few innings, in spite of the fact that they were not able to count again. Ferguson man- aged to keep himself out of any serious holes by his remarkable…

… pitching, strik- ing out 10 men in the nine innings of play. In the last of the ninth, how- ever, the Wolverine twirler presented the Syracuse nine with three hits and one run. The late rally of the home…

May 18, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… that ever happened in a ball game took place and some things that nobody had ever heard of before'were on exhibition. Miller started for the Wolverines and got away fairly well for two innings by…

… side. In the fifth the Wolverines shoved across four tallies. Newell doubled to deep center, and went home when Sauters threw wild to firat in an at-, ,tempt to retire, Ohlmacher. Eckley repeated the…

… explain the Wolverine defeat. The team meets Lafayette today, a team which recently defeated Lehigh with ease. Summaries: Singles--Powers,. captain (L) d. Crawford, captain (M),. 6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Mack (M) d…

May 18, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

… 'Wolverines. Miller will start in the 1)tomorrow. Michigan-- AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Mainees Tues., Th. Sat. GARRICK Ma'"I DETROIT Nemann, rf........ 5 Walterhouse,, ss .... 4 Labadie, If ......... 5 Brandell…

May 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

… and field shown atgreat improve- he last meeting of the st March. en is Iron Man of course, the main cog .cs scoring machine, as r the Wolverines. The star is entered in 10 :ernoon, and he has the be…

… a record "beaker..* INDIANA RALLIES IN NINTH BUT LOSES .-.... ..,...w ..w . WOLVERINES PLAY IO'W'S BALLTEA _ s ,.. Ruzieka Will Probably Not Game Against Western School Today Start I Boat Club…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… boasting a strong rt of aggregation. The calling off of the re- Iowa game gives the Wolverines only r and one chance to win over the Hawkeyes, ike a and this opportunity comes Saturday ;ation with a. contest…

… on Ferry field. Victory over Iowa at this time will g the eliminate Iowa from Conference run- nmis- ning, and leave only Illinois as a se- local rious obstacle in the Wolverines' way. rough Whom…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

….m. City And County Two boys of high school age are be- ing held at the county jail on a charge of breaking and entering the office of the Wolverine Forge Drill company at Ypsilanti. is week will be Monday…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…^. F "'" " " A" " r . , . ..,i Howr Wolverines Won from Purdue MEET ,e been ,rschol-' 21 and and as ,cted in 't is as Michigan AB Knode, ss.....5 Kirch, if......4 Perrin, rf.......... 4 Van…

… their doubles; western and Wisconsin falling before thus cinching khe match" against the the Varsity, and Chicago scoring a Badgers by virtue of three singles and victory over the Wolverines, one .doubles…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… __ .. . II i -,1J'.; ,, : .... " " f ." " .;,:r . * li.i _...... S TEAM LEAVES ITEASTERN MATCHES tell meet the Wolverines. Fisher is the fourth player. Big Day at Cornell Saturday is…

… mile and the ham- mer throw, with Dooley acid Sprugh in the former and Redmon in the lat- ter excelling the Wolverine entries. In a third, the mile, the Maroons are thought' to have the edge, Krogh be…

…- ing a man who is fast and hard to beat. In all other events, however,. the Wolverine men are easily the su- perlor of their opponents, and the final score of the meet should show, Michigan leading by a…

… this week. ' Just returned from Ohio State where they played their best game of the{ season, the Wolverines are in top form, and do not expect to go into the ninth inning several runs behind, as was the…

… seasons the Irish- Wolverine games have been fiercely' contested, the Catholics occasionally overcoming Michigan teams which de- feated all other comers in this section. Yesterday afternoon after a light…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

… Science society meets in Lane hall auditorium. U-NOTICE S All those d&siring to try out for the business staff of the Wolverine this summer see Robertson at the office of The Daily from 21:30 to 2:30 o…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

… well 3 Copley in straight sets '6-2, Loubles matches both went to n because of superior net id offensive play. Merkel and , " Wolverines' number one efeated Keil and Schwartz 6-3, he team work of the…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

… 4:05 o'clock today i us in the first of the two game series.. The Wolverines got back on the dia- mond yesterday after a layoff on Wed- CUSTO nesday due to rain and cold weather.! Pil" lOTE.D i'II 1…

Wolverines greeted both soloists and conductors, The delegates were welcomed by y. streamers following a race for theflagthis y ear. For hue the Choral Union has never done Herbert S. Case, '23, presidenat of…

… ever heard heres tcptet standards and to set up them rchestra will play in -;proved. The small Wolverine, pitch-' i e copositin is to singled for themselves. ae pointed out that L. er has been suffering…

…- variety of vocal work from the con- cussion followed, questions being ~VtIIIKE;?feld will face the Wolverines tomor- tat of emphatic loud and soft at- the two speakers. r.Hv gt itack of the glorias to the…

… that faced the editors ee, the Wolverines win- the Varsity played Iowa here last in work, for male chorus and an or- of high school publications, he stress- les and one doubles 'week. Jack Blott, the…

… proved to be so character- Rorich, the Wolverine the poisoning is not serious it is suf- stic of her playing and personality. and 9-7 while Kline -ficiemit to keep the husky catcher out stic chs stewrkdsie…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… ti1e score of 5-1. The matches were all close and" very hard fought, and the Wolverines' had a harder time van- down the fir wa Injured sliding ino Iuishing the Badgers' than the score ft was allowed…

…, Stebbins, and Crane e In Fourth , of Wisconsin. The strong Wolverine! tied the score in the team easily won the double3 matches, when three hits and an losing only one of the five sets that good for three…

… 'and forced Camer-1 an easy one which Jabby ded. The Wolverines{ Miller with seven hits, ng two of them while manrni, Haggerty, Steger ,h collected one, Jabby's Six) MCWILL BE HELD TODAY Men newly…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… consecutive Conference win for the Wolverines, and the seventh of the season as against one loss. Tess Edgar, stellar Wolverine catcher, suffered a split finger in the ninth inning of the game, and it is…

… men across the plate, while one runner scored for the Wolverines. Iowa completedtthe scor= ig, witha single run in the fiial1 rame . Captain Wilson, who figured in )he Illini game on Saturday with a…

… supplied y Oosterbaan and Puckelwartz who snared catches that were well-nigh mpossible. Both balls, had they not been garnered by the two Wolverine outfielders, would have gone for ex- ra bases. Davis…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

… You will harmony that Jack furnish at mid-week greatly enjoy the sweet and the entertainment Scott and his Wolverines each of our dances. Our parties are very pleasant. MANN'S Cc!~& HEADQUARTERS FOR…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…, sus- of th-eir Big Ten rivals on the basis tained two losses in Saturday's con- of total games played, Coach Ray L. test with Michrigan and Monday's game Fisher's vastly improved Wolverine with Iowa. h…

Wolverine attack in the notch in the standings by defeating only other tilts on the Ferry field dia- Illinois and Iowa, the Conference HICAGO, May 7 Assertions mond. leaders in week-end contests.I here that…

…'s downfall, and he is Ohio State at Illinois. I;Iis conductance of the affairs of extremely anxious to add to his pres- the league, escaped general notice un- tige by trouncing the Wolverines. SATURDAY til he…

…, and Al Mayer are the Wolverine tankien who have completed three years of competition. Samson's loss will be felt the most as he won the 220 and 440 yard freeN style national intercolle- giate titles…

… season. Shorr swam in the breast stroke, taki wg fourth in the' Big Ten meet at Urbana. Starrett competed in the fancy diving, being the most consistent performer in that event on the Wolverine squad…

…, and Fairfield of Illinois, in recent dual meets. The Wolverine defeated bothIL of his opponents, by coming from be- hind on) the home stretch. Hunn of Iowa winner of tie two mile in the Conference…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

…?-For cash or with a year to pay. WVhir l-Merrick's. Where 1-923 Church St., Ann Arbor. "The Pride of Ann Arbor" I Wolverine Cafe Opposite Wuerth Theater 9a Will Be Open To Accommodate Senior Ball and May…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…, the hurle and the jumps but injuries and the failure of certain veterans to reach their best form will coun heav- ily against the Wolverines. 120 YARD h10h HURDLES ])on Cooper, veteran hurdle star…

… Rodgers and Johnson of Illinois in this event, but was disqualified for knocking down three of the barriers. .Allison, the other Hawk star, did not compete., 220 fARD LOW HURDLES Here akain the Wolverine

… leading Wolverines will attempt to add a ninth to their unbroken string of victories over Big Ten schools when they invade the Wildcats' lair to meet the cellar-occupying Northwest- ern nine this afternoon…

… trying just as hard to break its perfect record and prevent its ninth straight Conference defeat, as the Wolverines will be to main- tain their 1.000 percen't rating. Iowa -Second In Race Since Michigan…

…'s nearest competitor for Conference honors, Iowa, has dropped two games to the Wolverines and won but four, a loss to North- western will make no differencerin the Big Ten standings and'will still safe lead…

… Maury Kent mhay juggle his lineup som'ewhat to meet the hard- hitting Wolverines, moving P/mer,' who has played right field in the last two games into the pitchers' box to replace McAleece, who was…

… starting the game for Michigan, Gawne and Mc Afee, relief hurlers, and Straub, util-J ity man,'left last night for Evanston. In case the Wolverines are opposed by a left-handed twirler, McAfeewill replace…

… struck out 116 batters in 1925, his first season, in the majors. collect in this event, as lie is the sole Wolverine pole vaulter uak- Mg the trip. Last week lie tied for third, clearig 12 feet 3 inches…

… out fThe Wolverines fok the title, and Carr; who tied with Felker for third in the Ohio Relays at 6 feet 13.4 inches. Felker and Waldo will be Farrell's entires in this event. The former is inconsistent…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… Triple To WinContest Bay J. C. Baker, Sports Editor, Purdue Exponent LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 17.-It took ten innings of a hard, well-played game to enable Coach Fisher's Wolverine base- ball team to prove its…

… after two men before him had been put out at first. But Caraway knocked a grounder to Weintraub and was put out at first, leaving the Wolverines with an un- Chile Retains Arica While Peru 's blemished…

… control Forty-six years of international and a tantalizing change of pace. wrangling over the South American The Wolverine pitcher, however, provinces, Tacna and Arica, were had things his way a little more…

… Chilean victory in that bases only to be called out at home district. for interfering with the play. Immediately after today's an- The Wolverines scored again in nouncement, the Bolivian legation the eighth…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

… BASEBALL SQUAD WILL MEE N ORTWSEM' INVAD1BRTON HILLSI Wiseonsin With One Of Best Sqiuaks In West Will Try To Stop Wolverine Drive MICHITGAN IS FAVORED Wisconsin's crack golf squad, one of the best in the…

… middle west, will come to Ann Arbor today to match strokes with Michigan's Varsity, at 9:30 o'clock this morning on the tricky Barton Hills course. The Wolverines, with fifteen con- secutive. dual meets…

… three straiight over the Maize and Blue. Back in 1926 the Indians journed to Ann Arbor to win over the Wolverines by a 4-2 score, and 'carry home the Conference championship. Two years ago an unbeaten…

… third dou- bles team -was within a point of wining the deciding encounter seven times only to losenthe set and match to the Chicagoans. The Wolverine singles assign- ments will undoubtedly undergo a shift…

Wolverine baseball team will meet the er- ratic Northwestern nine which has earned for itself the formidable title of "giant killer." Today's game will give the Purple team an opportunity to kill the biggest…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

…SATUJRDAY;'MAY- &,- 1929--- 'THE M IC HI-G A N- D-A T :Y PAGE SEVM7 r t ^ VARSITY INE MEETS THNCLADS WILL WOLVERINE COURT STARS. BIG LEAGUE O NOARSTYHINWEETS I ',S1HOW AT ILLINOIS TO PLAY…

… singles competition. hind to ef'eL te DeroitTiges ;is the best bet for Illinois. Th The doubles combinations of last yeserdy, t 2.Fabr cmestrongest opposition, the Michigan Wolverine trio of Brooks, Carlson…

May 18, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY l Wolverines Will Play I LLINI OTO PRESENT S9TRUNG NE1T SQUADJ ew Yarsity Still Fails to Uncover DAVIDSON WINS FIELD MEET 4:15--Theta Xi vs. Lambda…

…, Davidson won the championship Sigma Delta game. the Wolverine netmen will attempt of this meet by winning the throw- Phi Kappa Tau vs. Sigma Nu. to repulse a determined Illinois at- for accuracy and the…

… Shoaff will lead into Ann in the accuracy throw and the Chemistry........4 0 1.000j Arbor one of the strongest teams base running was very keen. I. Chem. Stores .... .:.3 1 750 that the Wolverines are to…

WOLVERINE NINE !Big Ten Golf Tourney Soccer Team Plays to WILL MEET OHIO to Open This Tuesday ;aTie With Ann Arbor (Continued From Page 6) (Continued From Page 6) (Continued From Page 6) Straub, Tompkins, and…

… battery, while either Kermode or Wrigley EU will take care of the hurling. In Friday's game against North- ER western the Wolverines just came short of packing the punch to beat out the Wildcats in a close…

May 18, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…- tival program opening tonight. 1 MICHIGANNN4 - 3-1 Wolverines Fail to Make Best of Chances; Gene Braendle Stars at Plate. By Guy M. Whipple, jr. YPSILANTI, May 17.-While the Michigan nine was throwing…

… Ypsilanti field. A momentary mental relapse on the part of Ken Manuel, Wolverine first baseman, when he argued a close play at first and watched two runners cross the plate, was partly responsible for the…

… Michigan could not recover.. The other Ypsilanti run came in the eighth when Michaelis doubled and scored on Christy's safety. Gene Braendle ran away with the Wolverine hitting honors, smash- ing out three…

May 18, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

… the twenty-third an- nual running of the Big? Ten cham- pionships. Coach Charlie Hoyt will take a full squad of 20 men to Evanston in an effort to regain the crown which the Wolverines" have won eleven…

May 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

… Defends Democracy Wins;Tennis Men Advance Wolverine Baseball Team .v Definitely Ousted From * Big Ten Race Winning Run Made In Ninth By Indiana Three Michigan Tennis Players Reach Quarter- Finals At…

…Chicago BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 17. - -Associated Press Photo (Special) -The second place Indiana SEN. WILLIAM BORAH nine definitely erased the Wolverines * * as a contender 7or the Big Ten title here today, by pushing…

… game of the year, and struck out 12 Wolverine batters. He was hit hard by Michi- States True Liberty And gan, giving up 11 hits, but he had Free People Exist Only plenty of stuff in the pinches. In the…

… Must Preserve Integrity the winning run. "The integrity of constitutiona The Wolverines left tonight for La- government has never meant sc fayette where they will play Purdue much to the average man or…

… Democracy champions, with Minnesota. "Fascism, Naziism, Communism, Dan Kean, Joe Appelt, and Sam appealing to the forces of terror and Siegel are the Wolverine trio to re- fanaticism, have buried the individ…

May 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

Wolverine who was able to get through his matches in two sets. Besides downing Becker, 6-0, 6-0, Siegel won out over Flecher, an Iowan, in the second round, 7-5, 6-2. Diminutive Howie Kahn won his first two…

… for adults. HUNN HOLDS TWO RECORDS Dave Hunn, Wolverine pole vaulter, holds the Indiana State indoor rec- ord of 12 feet, 51hinches and is tied for the outdoor record at 12 feet, 7 inches (1932). As 'a…

May 18, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… East Engineering buidirig will pro- vide student guides to show visitors through the various buildings of the engineering college. I c i ( w i Wolverines, Outhit, Aided i By Seven Boilermaker Errors…

… the fact that they were outhit,' 10 to 6. Chicago lost to Indiana at Bloomington, 10 to 6. Art Patchin went all the way for the Wolverines, keeping the Boiler- maker hits well scattered and holding them…

… Boilermaker errors and eight stolen bases to score -in five innings. Clayt Paulson with two doubles and Captain Russ Oliver with a long triple were Michigan's heavy hitters. The Wolverine nine left for Cham…

… Swamps State, 8 To 1 Michigan's tennis team swampede a struggling Michigan State squad 8 to 1 in a nine-match encounter yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. It was the Wolverines' second rout- ing of the…

…-I vis Dean, playing number one doubles for the Wolverines, bowed to State's top ranking combination, Klunzinger and Rosa, in three sets. The invaders1 won, 3-6, 7-5, 6-1. BULLETIN Prof. Charles Frederick…

May 18, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

… in this society is asked to do so at 4:30 to 5:30 on Mon- day, May 20, or at 3:30, or at 5 on Wednesday, May 22, in Room 302, Mason Hall. To the Members of the Michigan Wolverine: The Board of the Wolv…

May 18, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…, tied for the next position at 156, with Bowden Davis of Wisconsin a stroke further back. The fourth Wolverine scorer, Emery, was tied with Jack Mueller of Indiana, at 158, Wisconsin ranked third in the…

… Illinois initial contest with Michigan when Coach Ray Fisher'senine hopped on his offerings for three runs and five hits. From this point on, however, Poat settled down to shut out the Wolverines for the…

… in form, Coach Wallie Roettger's nine appears to be a cinch to take their remaining Hoyt Prepares To Regain Lost Track Laurels -To Action Expect 12,000 To Wolverines PaceI Track Meet Witness Big…

Wolverines. But that is beside the point. Charlie Hoyt deals in teams and he has the best one there is. Big Ten Meet Draws Netmen To Ann Arbor Meet To Be May 20-22; Chicago Conceded Title; Varsity Out For…

May 18, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… With 5-4 Win- Senator Phi Speaks Kappa To Phis 122 Wolverine Batterd Collect Ten Hits; Loose Fielding Responsible' For Defeat By HERBERT LEV Michigan Normal's baseball team avenged an earlier defeat…

…, when they took advantage of four Michigan er- rors, in addition to several other lapses in the field and on the base- paths, to eke out a 5-4 victory over the Wolverines, yesterday afternoon at Ferry…

… Field. In losing, the Wolverines proved once more that Martin "Rube" Zach- ar, Ypsi's ace pitcher, was no puzzle to them. The' Fishermen combed the Rube's offerings for 10 bingles, with each of the…

… regulars but Don Brewer sharing the total. Big Ed Andronik, who started on the mound for the Wolverines, hurled a much better game than the box score indicates. Ed allowed six hits in his seven inning tenure…

May 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… Ferry Field today at 4:00 p.m. In spite of a bad spill in the Michi- ;an Normal game at Ypsilanti earlier this week, the veteran Danny Smick is expected to take the mound to keep the Wolverines' pennant…

May 18, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

… soliciting will begin Mon- day. Donations, however, may still be sent to the Red Cross Office, 600 Wolverine Building, Ann Arbor. Letters requesting the announce- ment of the relief drive have been sent to the…

May 18, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…MEN SUNDAY, iMAX 18, 1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TRREE Trackmen Lose Big Ten Crown; Nine Defeats Indiana, 8-3 'IUGH AN D INSIDE By ART HILL Wolverine B rtell . .. A WEEK AGO, today the…

… them are holler guys and the spark-plugs of their teams. In case you haven't recognized which Wolverine we're talking about (and you aren't a Michigan baseball fan if you haven't), it's Mike Sofiak. Mike…

…, Bob Wright, the Buckeye Bullet, also tame through as expected, win- ning both the high and low hurdles.' Wolverines Frank McCarthy and Neil MacIntyre took fourth and fifth in the highs, while Jeff Hall…

… came in fifth in the lows. Going into the feature mile relay event 10 points behind the Hoosiers, the Wolverine team ran an excellent race to take first place. Al Thomas, Michigan's lead-off man, started…

… copped three points from John Holmstrom and Ross Reed. At the end of the morning's doubles matches the score stood tied, 6 to 6. In the singles matches Illinois put on the pressure, and Wolverine inex…

…- perience proved to be an outstanding factor in their defeat. Alex Welsh shot a 69 to hand Michigan's great Ben Smith his first Big Ten defeat, 3-0. The Wolverines are scheduled to stay in Champaign tonight…

May 18, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

… Leaving for Doubleheader with Illini Thinclads To Take Part inl F our-Way Meet Wolverines Favored; Buckeyes, Wildcats Face Michigan Tennis Squad Ohio State Team Will Give Wolverines Close Battle; Harry…

… at to be determined. As "Corky" puts it, the Big Ten Championship matches, "We'll probably have to draw lots to May 27. decide who will play. The Wolverine baseball team scored three runs to Grosse…

…'t the base of the skull by a pitched ball. In the four and one-third innings of play, the Wolverines got four hits and no errors, while the Sailors pounded out four hits and two errors. Hackstadt Makes…

… First Appearance Jack Hackstadt made his debut on the mound for the Wolverines and pitched the first three innings in which the Sailors nicked him for two hits. These two safties came in the sec- ond when…

… hit over second, but the Wolverines caught him off base as Moore came up to the plate and they then exe- cuted a fast double play as Pete Com- mondorous grounded to Blanchard who threw to Ketterer to…

…'s hit after Ketterer sacrificed. Willers Gets Extra Base Hit Pitcher Al Willers got the only Wolverine extra base hit in the sec- ond when he blasted one into center- field. Bob Nussbaumer accounted for…

… the other hit in the fourth when he hit a sharp-grounder into centerfield. The Wolverines renew their Big Ten rivalry as they journey to Cham- paign for a doubleheader Saturday. This two-game series…

… will close the Illinois season. Two freshman hurlers, Howard Judson and Lou Possehl will probably start for the Illini against Bowman and Hirsch for the Wolverines. Six Stars No n By DAVE LOEWENBERG…

May 18, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

… FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 ~TE M11CAfTGA1A ,iiA4Tf Conference Baseball Powers Clash Here Thinclads Meet Purdue Tomorrow Underdog Boilermakers Will Seek Upset over Wolverines Isaki the t#u d4…

… what promises to be another battle in the mud on the Perry Field track at 1:30 (EWT) to- morrow. The Wolverines won an easy vic- tory over Purdue and Miami in a triangular meet at Lafayette two weeks ago…

… the Hoosiers of Indiana. That this game is "a natural," to quote Wolverine mentor Ray Fisher's statement of the game, can easily be discerned by various factors. At present, Michigan and Indiana: are…

… the Big Ten title or not. HOWEVER, THE Wolverines will also be inspired, for this will be their last Big Ten game of the year on their home grounds, and these last four week-ends, which are billed with…

… strong enough to beat them. The improvement of Wolverine infielders Donn Tomasi, Jack Weis- enburger and Tom Rosema is termed 100% by Coach Fisher since the start of the present campaign. This is…

… Northwestern. The men who will make the trip are not yet determined, but the list will doubtless include practically the same men that went to Evanston last week-end, when the Wolverines de- feated Minnesota and…

May 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

… them, as its third straight Big Ten ball game was rained out. The Wolverines will clash with the Minnesota nine in a double header this afternoon, providing there is a break in the weather. step which…

May 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… points as possible, Wolverine mentor, Ken Doherty, has mwitehed flap Coleman and B li llailer from the events in wh ich they have keen r(egularly coin- peting Lurlt-lw ie outdoor seawon. Haidler will tace…

…, headed by Mc- Kenley, Gonzales, and Mathis. Although Michigan's mile relay team of Haidler, Johnson, Coleman, and Short may have to be satisfied with second place honors, the time recorded by the Wolverine

…. Not that the Wolverines lightly re- gard today's opposition but on the basis of past records, Purdue does not constitute as great a threat for top honors in the Conference tourney as do the powerful…

… Buckeyes. Wolverines Seek Confidence Although the decision of Monday's match will not have any direct effect on the Big Ten title, which is decided in the Conference tourney, a vic- Badg ers Wiln And…

May 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 143) • Page Image 5

….M.: Wednesday evening testimonial meeting. This church maintains a free Reading Room at 706 Wolverine Building, Washington at 4th, which is opendaily except Sundays and holidays from 11::30 A.N, to 5:00 P.M. Here…

May 18, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…- ies to capture undisputed posses- sion of the conference crown. Entering their final two weeks of play, the Wolverines have, roll- ed to seven victories against one lone defeat to l.ead the pack by a…

… full two games. * * * TRAILING THE Wolverines are the two clubs that furnish the op- position this week and next-Wis- consin and Ohio State. Both teams have posted five wins while drop- ping three…

May 18, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

… Weekend In T own ALISTING OF EXCUSES FOR NOT CRAMMING DURING THIS CRUCIAL END OF THE YEAR WEEKEND. SPORTS BASEBALL, Wolverines vs. Purdue, 3:30 p.m. today and 2 p.mf. tomorrow at Ferry Field. TENNIS, a…

May 18, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

… raise the Wolverines' Big Ten' record this season to four wins, one loss, and a tie. Following the two impressive wins over Wisconsin and Ohio' State last Friday and Saturday, the Wolverine victory…

… indicates- the possibility of a high finish for pair of 6-4 sets. The Boilermak- ers' Supple was the tallest net- ter to face the Wolverines this season. However, his size was not enough to halt the victors…

…-flying Wolverines when he extended Bob Mitchell to three sets before losing 6-0, 3-6, 6-1. THE LONE Michigan loss came in the number six singles match between Ron Morgan and Boiler- maker John Bartlett. Bartlet swept…

… the first set, 6-0, but Mor- gan rallied to even the match with a 6-4 victory in the second set. The final set was closely contested' with Bartlet finally triumphing, 7-5. The three Wolverines doubles…

…-5 and 6-1 sets against Ward and Supple. The meet concludel with a long doub- les encounter between Wolverines Mitchell and Morgan and Betz and Bartlet of Purdue. The four men accounted for all but one of…

… Michigan's baseball title chances last week- end by taking two out of the three games from the Wolverines. The Wolverines consequently drop' to fourth place in the stand- ings, behind Michigan State, Ohio…

… State, and Wisconsin. Only a minor miracle can give the Wolverines the Conference pennant now, along with a chance to represent this region in the NCAA playoffs. TO GAIN an undisputed title, the Michigan…

… seventh inning home run shot by Howie Tomme- lein to salvage the second game for! the Wolverines, 9-8. One bright spot in the Wolver- ine picture last weekend was the sharpness of the big sopho- more…

… best pitcher, at the Wolverines, Michi- gan's chances will be slim. The next day, Indiana, though very weak may cause some trouble. Despite what goes on in Ann Arbor this weekend, all eyes will be on…

Wolverines triumphant for the third straight year. COLLEGE BASEBALL Great Lakes Navy 7, Northwest- ern 3 Iowa 18, Notre Dame 1 Purdue 8, Miami (Ohio) 5 Special to The Daily Playing with scores higher than…

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… nesota tomorrow, wares. Gophers- Hawkeyes Display Power Face Strike Out Artist In a doubleheader slugfest be- Today the Hawkeyes will send tween the Wolverines' two oppon- Conference strikeout leader Don…

… with Dobrino against the Wolverines -Daily-Dick Gaskili NOW IT'S YOUR TURN-Michigan's Dick Flodin (left) passes baton to his teammate, Bob Brown, as the two practice up for the t Big Ten track…

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… alive its Big Ten title hopes when it rallied to defeat Minnesota, 7-6, yesterday at Ferry Field. The Wolverines will meet Iowa, the Conference leader, this after- noon in a doubleheader on the same field…

…. The Maize and Blue trailed all the way until the eighth inning when Steve Boros blasted a 400-ft. home run to dead center field C to put the Wolverines ahead, 7-6. Girardin Sparkles in Relief s R oundup…

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…SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TITREI Michigan Diamondmen Two-Run Homer by Boros Wins Game for Wolverines) in;, Track Team…

… sterted the game fox the WolverinACs He wqs 1-1 in Big Ten action entering yester- day's game. His opponent on the mound was Thomas who had a 2-1 record. Minnesota broke the ice in the second inning when it…

… Bruce Fox on base in the eighth inning to give Michigan the game-winning margin. Only a few fans were present in the damp Ferry Field Stadium to see the Wolverines keep their title hopes alive. Special…

Wolverines were turned in by Dave Owen and Ron Kramer who provided a pleasant surprise for Canham. Owen Sets Record Owens set an Ohio Stadium rec- ord when he put the shot 58'%". The Big Ten Championship…

… Tveunis gave the Boiler- makers a solid- five-hit pitching effort. Special to The Daily It was a perfect day for tennis yesterday in Bloomington, Indi- ana, where the Wolverine tennis squad beat Indiana, 8…

… best game of the season as he beat the Indiana captain, Elam Huddles- ton. The crowd was a typical Hoosier crowd. The stands rang with cheers after each Michigan error. The Wolverine's No. 4 man…

… (I), 6-3, 6-3. Erickson (M) def. Petrick (I), 6-3, 6-0. lost only one doubles match May 20, 1955' Parchute and now graduated. Erickson and to beat Huddle while John H topped Ken Dill Wolverine

…'s golf. team will finish its dual-meet season today as they engage Detroit and Michigan State on the Titans' home course. After today's 36-hole meet the Wolverines will spend next week preparing for the…

… Ann Arbor, when the Wolverines outshot Michigan State, Ohio State and Purdue. However, the Spartans came back last Monday to swamp. Michigan with a spectacular show- ing at East Lansing. The meet today…

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… Field as Michigan succumbed twice to Illinois, 5-3 and 11-2. The Wolverines were mathematically eliminated from any title contention when Michigan State won twice. The league-leading Spar- tans' record 1…

… the smeared five hurlers for 24 hits. CoAfeence nesnc den t The Wolverines came back with nference, University president only 13 of their own. Harlan Hatcher spoke briefly. It was the second time this…

… sea- Hatcher emphasized the need for son that Wolverine moundsmen higher education. have done their utmost in "dis- Calendar . . covering" unknown talent in an United States economic policies. Nixon…

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…tUNDAY, MAY 18, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Diamondmen Defeated Twice- Eliminated from Title Picture KEEFE, LEACH, BLACKETT ENCOURAGE: Wolverine Golfers Trounce Titans, Lose to Spartans…

… 150 total. The Wolverine linksmen's scores coach noted. Blackett had a 79- indicated a slight improvement 78-157 yesterday. over their past performances this Other Michigan men performed season, but…

…- ed Michigan, 281/2-7%, and buried Detroit, 32-4. The Wolverines made the rout three-sided, down- ing U-p, 28-8. "Detroit didn't play well at all," observed Katzenmeyer. For ex- ample, the Titans…

… fouled four times and was thereby disqualified. John Twomey, the Wolverines' other broad jumper repeated Williams' performance, and as a result Michigan was shut out in this event. "DISTINCTIVE" HAIR…

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