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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…

March 18, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… over Syracuse, according to those followers of Wolverine track athletics who are in a position to know the ins and outs of the padded track game. With practically the same material that composed Michigan…

… year, and though the chances look bright for a Michigan victory, Trainer Farrell is not going to let the men rest on their oars, nor will he let the men overwork themselves. When Wolverines meet Ithacans…

April 18, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… Associations Entertain Song- sters at Smokers and Dinners. With the return of the combined mu- sical clubs yesterday afternoon on the "Wolverine Special" from the Pacific coast, the Muse of Music proudly and…

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…

April 18, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…, scheduled with Ken- tucky for April 8 was cancelled on account of a snow storm, and the Wolverine nine made its debut for the 1916 season when it was shut out by Georgia in a 4-0 game April 10,' this being…

… the tenth inning. In the second game the southerners doubled the score on Coach Lundgren's boys, winning by a 6-3 count. Vanderbilt won the last two games from Michigan, 2-1 and 9-5. The Wolverines had…

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…

July 18, 1916 (vol. 7, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… will see all four teams working out in preparati he opening of the season Thur A meeting of the managers w: eld at The Wolverine office t t at 7:00 o'clock to draw a fin t of the schedule. The two gam h…

… one copy free, and may have same by presenting his receipt at the WOLVERINE offices any alfe i 6! …

February 18, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

… WILSONi BIG NINE OPENS RELAYS TO ICHGANTRCK MEN WOLVERINES TO MEET WESTERN CONFERENCE TEAMS IN ILLINOIS GAMES By Walter Eckersall (Chicago Tribune.) Chicago, Feb. 17.-The door was partly opened today for…

… whe Cross hurled his second try with th shot for a distance of 45 feet 3 inche, the Wolverines were never headed. Notre Dame journeyed to Ann Arbo: minus the loss of Dutch Bergman sprinter and quarter…

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…

April 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… the Wolverines in the final game of for their experience. their southern tour, the final score The canoe plunged over the top pf being 12 to 1. Michigan 'worked un- the dam and was demolished on the…

… of a total of eight games played with Both Wednesday ande the diamond aggregations below the Mason Dixon line the Wolverines em- Thursday erged victorious in six encounters; losing two contests, one to…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

Wolv-erines took 'nine firsts~ to Gen. E. 11. Crowder as judge advocate in the opening minutes of the second one for" Chicago and also most of thle general of the army, who is retiring half when…

… Michigan offs its feet, but was tra Co~ncert series will take place at ' soon stopped by the Wolverine guards.,s eight o'clock tomorrow evening in Hill Elyia Cages Long Onpe ~uditoriuni when the Detroit Sync…

… "Y" pool when the Alboada Scne &Gypy' ong aquatic squad of Indiana, university' Varatins.Fanang oftheAs-downed the Wolverines by a Score; Variaos . a d n o o h s of 43 to 25, taking first in five of…

…'clock Papemigutli Winls Fanc(y Diving , amma star. The two Wolverines St. Wedinesday evening. Tile tournament Michigan presented thrmee (listinct, ed a p~retty race to the finish on tn will consist oM five rounds…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… locate the gems, the jewelers declaring they have been swindled b~y go- betweens. 1 i 3 MYSTERY OF IIAMPSUURO *IELS STILL UNSfOLV ED WOLVERINES TAKE CONFERENCE MEET WlITHl SIX FIRSS; Reputtd to BO One…

… Mortimer Shuter, director of Mimes tenoiilrf third in the haltmle, coit~ drarnatic.., w~ji rectall thue lt p lat ing' the Wolverine scorig, sve for the relay in. which the Mlhig~n submitted, andl will…

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…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…. ' Roman government, it was declar was troubled by two kinds of peop WOLVERINES ROMP AWAY WITH outlaws, who were below the le 31 PITS; STANFORD and could not live up to it, and s TAKES 14%fiors, who were…

… of any pleoearth hre s o hat America todayght to plead for recruits to that The Wolverine stars, with 31 points too small minority of Independ men and women, above the aver outdistanced the field…

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…

January 18, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…ed by Captain George Haggerty, the Wolverines started an offensive in the opening minutes of the game and outdid the great play of the Buck- eyes. Beautiful shots were made from every corner of the…

…- ling has been a recognized sport here. ing in a short time. From now on work Though Michigan won three bouts, on the pool wiil be rushed and the one less than M. A. C., the Wolverines j…

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…

June 18, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… cluding the one which gives to Michi- count The Wolverines took a two run lead for the reunion, and in the evening gan a special distinction and renown. in the first inning, but began to slip! several…

… "moral victory" for State1 -Session, which commences next Mon- Zoning commission of East Orange University of California in the class as the Wolverines were expected to' day morning, June 25, will also be…

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…

October 18, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

… to the city of Sao Paulo, is disputed by federal sources. They say the revolutionaries were repulsed there and lost 300 prisoners Wolverines to BOTH COLLEGES WILL STRU6ELE TO HOLD PLACE IN BIG TEN…

… Norm Daniels, which may keep him out of the game today, will hurt the Wolverine passing attack since he is one of the best receivers on the squad. It was Daniels who caught Newman's long pass for the…

… since the Boilermakers were considered one of the best teams in the Conference prior to last Satur- day. Past figures stretching over a period of time since 1897 also give the Wolverines an edge with…

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…

February 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

… Field last night. Wolverines won eight firsts to three, and had point-winners ry event. of the most surprising features meet was the uncovering of more talent in Michigan's ros- our of Michigan's firsts…

…, after having led .tire distance. Bob Lamb took a third for the Wolverines in a that was much disputed. His ras :06.3. Lemen sprang a surprise in the r-mile by beating Arnold of and Capt. Ellerby of…

… nish, when the Wolverine run- :ded with sprints worthy of the ,rd dash. Wolverines won another slam 65-yard low hurdles, in which u Hunt broke the tape in :07.5. amb took second, and Leonard an, third…

… the Big Ten ladder by vir- Wolverine 26 to 20 victory Buckeyes here tonight. an ascended to eighth place Olsen men to a tentative the ranks. A Chicago vic- ght would drop the Buck- the cellar. me was…

March 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… event. The other .- record lowered by the Wolverines was Debaters Tie -0-rc the 400-yard relay For mark. Kamienski, iseonsin Dalrymple, Rob- LACHMANN ertson, and Renner broke Michigan's existing record of…

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, 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…

January 18, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

… Gophers Make Sweep Of Wolverine Series Winning Tally Shot In Second Period Is The Townsend Plan Quack Or Cure-- The Case For Both 'Extreme, Ridiculous, And Heroic,' Dickinson Says; 'It Would Not Work…

…-1 in the first game of the series, the Wolverines came back to wage a stubborn battle in the second contest, despite the fact that they carried only three spares. The Mich-' igan athletes threatened…

… front of the Wolverine goal to threaten inI the opening moments. On another1 occasion the crowd thought the Gophers had scored but Referee FranktGoheen had rung his bell an instant before the shot…

…-year pay cuts to the faculty were not restored.( Franklin & Marshall Bows To Wolverines LANCASTER, Penn., Jan. 17. - ) - Michigan defeated Franklin and Marshall, 18-16 last night in an in- tersectional…

February 18, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Lose To Hoosiers In Last Half Huffman, Gunning Lead Indiana To 37-23 Win; Jake Townsend Stars Passing Play Of Team Is Stopped Wolverine Offense Bogs After Gaining 14-12' Lead In First Half By RAYMOND A…

… the Wolverines' baskets, the Varsity was unable to keep pace with the Hoosiers, who came back after trailing 14 to 12 at the half to overwhelm the Michigan team. Keith Gunning's offensive play was the…

… away from the Wolverines. Indiana let the Wolverines bring the ball down the floor but once un- der the basket John Townsend's pass- ing was stopped by the leech-like de- fensive play of Vern Huffman…

… next five to take the meet, 17 to 13. The Wolverines started fast, John Speicher taking an overtime 118- pound match from Andrews in 4.49. Cameron, using a top scissors, stopped Elliott and Earl Thomas…

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…

February 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…). Varsity Tank Team Renews O.SU. Rivalry Buckeyes Out To Revenge Tie In Last Meet; Team Balance To Decide Tilt Tomski's Return Aids Wolverines By MEL FINEBEG COLUMBUS, O.-Special to The Daily-Michigan and…

… State has taken this meet seriously and hopes to make it a very happy afternoon by finishing in time for a supper of Wolverine meat. The Buckeyes are still seething over Ahe judge's decision which gave…

… Michi- gan a free-style relay victory and en- abled the Wolverines to eke out a 42- 42 tie. Inflamed by editorial com- ment in local papers, the Bucks are seeking revenge. Want Decisive Victory Balm for…

… the Wolverines so that Matt Mann can distribute his team power more strategically. It is team balance that will ulti- mately decide the meet. A majority of the first place winners can be de- termined…

… have not been beaten badly and this may be their night to cut loose. Certainly the Wolverines will not win on luck. Their luck has been all, bad thus far. Tonight they will be without the services of ace…

…- gan scoring leader, will head the Wolverine drive for victory number three. Harmon is sixth in Conference scoring at present with 64 points and By DICK SIEILK With the Illinois Relays acting as the…

March 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

Wolverine hockey team Eldon, "Spike" James, was selected by his teammates, last night, to lead the 1939-1940 Michigan puck squad.r Not only will "Spike" have the honor spot on next year's sextet, but his…

… inaugur- ated at Michigan. At the same time Coach Lowrey announced those Wolverine players who received major awards for their participation on this year's hockey team. Those seniors who received letters…

April 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

… to The Daily)-The Wolverine golf team overwhelmed Ohio State yesterday at Columbus, 20-4 for its first Big Ten win of the 1939 season and fifth con- secutive victory. With but a single exception, Coach…

… Emery and Lynn Riess shared medal honors with 75 each. However, to Riess went the lion's share oj the glory for the Ypsilanti juni6r played two Buck- eyes as the Wolverines only carried a five man team…

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…

January 18, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

… Wrestling Competition By STAN CLAMAGE With eyes toward the future, when the conference championship meet will be held in March, the Wolverine wrestling team faces an underdog Northwestern gquad at 3:00 p…

… against Bradley. But while the Wolverines were giving Dearborn a sound trouncing, 22-6, the Purple team just barely succeeded in nosing out a weak Bradley squad, 16-12. It would probably be better to call…

… was soundly trounced by the Wolverines, 24-8. Even at that, part of the Michigan team was composed of reserves who (Continued on Page 3) Pucksters Will Meet Gophers In Second Game (Special To The Daily…

… greatest game of his brief college career against the Wolverines last night, racking up two unassisted (Continued on Page 3) Mann Men Will Vie With NYAC Swimmers By WOODY BLOCK (Special To The Daily) NEW…

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