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June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

Wolverine, like the Daily, in- evitably sides with institutions at- tacked. Name a time when it hasn't. It must be in the wrong once in awhile. But no, it is not; it is always constructive"! "FALSTAFF…

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April 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

…PAc~ ~IZ~ 171E MTCVeA E ITL cr- ~ r rirI- l-, i l _____ .., SIX WOLVERINE TRACKMEN LEAVE FOR KANSAS MEET ST R.0 RC ldWeather Marks { Ul] IL Big TenBall Games gOV' N tI WEAK HTTMRKS VETERAN…

…, accom- panied by Coach Hoyt, left yester.- day afternoon for Lawrence, Kans., where the Wolverines will compete in the seventh annual Kansas Re- lays Saturday. Two individual stars and a medley relay…

… collegiate ranks, will also run against the Wolverine in his first outdoor appearance of the year.t Brooks, who has been hampered by lack of weather suitable for3 outdoor practice, will also run up{ against a…

… practice, and is expected to show better in outdoor competition. Relay Team Is Entered Dalton, Seymour, Lomont, Ben- son; and Monroe, will compose the first Wolverine medley relay team ever entered in a…

… of hitting was the chief tempt to break into the conference heat. fault that could be found with the l win column with defeats at the Miss Ilelen Wills, tennis Wolverine baseball team in its first…

…'sl such a spectacular manner last lieves he holds a world's high score I Illinois...........1 0 1.000 grounder to roll between his legs in' year the Wolverines would appear for three games. His first game…

… In 1929-30 Season WILL BE FIRST MEETING Not only is the footballteam; scheduled to meet Princeton Uni- verstiy, but Coach Cliff Keen of the Wolverine wrestlers announced yes- terday that a match has…

April 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 147) • Page Image 7

…....... . ....... YfSTURDAYS, RESULTS XMIbiI('AN 1LEAGU'E BASEBALL CHATTER ICoach Ray Fishei 's Wolverines corn- roa i' 0the. visiting team was retire tined pitching cf mid-season caliber ool…

… Pitchers - Hoyt; Bradley, Rus'sell, The Wolverines debut pr Simmons. the exact antithesis 'of NATIONAL LEA(AUE1'.when1 Northiwestern won <"ircznat 11 10 00-- 151 ,10-7, and Maxton scored Chicago ........000…

…. The giant Wolverine hurler had his fast ball working to p~erfection strik- ing out no less than 13 of the Wild- cats. Captain ichnson the cleanup _ S e ater's and GolHose to match Plain colors in eight…

January 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… membership in the Ex-r1, T JT W AI I . AY~ TI4AT COT 'RT V)CT.T0N Will ITuesday niht in Univerityvhl i t ,, INNST E F EATS W~OLVERINES IN IRST CONFERENCE CONTEST MICHIGAN FIGHTS HARD, BUT LOSES TO GOPHERS BY…

… 4-0 SCORE BILLINGS IS STAR OF TILT Winners Score In Each Period; Schlanderer Leads Offense For Wolverines By Morris Quinn Displaying marked improvement over their previous performances, Michigan…

…'s hockey team lost a hard fought tilt to Minnesota, 1927 Big Ten title holders, last night in the Coliseum in the opening game on their 1928 Conference schedule, 4-0. The Wolverine offense with Schlanderer…

… fine game at defense, while Grace showed a decided improvement in defending the Michigan. net. The Wolverine offense clicked better than' it has at any time in the previous games, the exceptional work of…

… period on a short shot di- rectly in front of the net. Wolverines Try Long Shots The second period opened with the Wolverines showering the Minnesota goalie with long shots, being unable to work the puck…

…'s club, these Wolverine advances, the ed on the membership roll of the it is hard to determine to what he continued. for drinking water. At the time of Any of the members may gain ad- speedy McCabe carried…

April 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

… - , ,2 AMBITIOUS SCHEDULE IS g, ARRANGED FOR WOLVERINES t always. :/iavtin1g Steve Farrell is busy at work with preparation lire his Wolverine trackmen in prepara m must do a lot tion for the fast…

… Conference champions, Il- linois, will give the Wolverines suf- f r ficient cause for worry at ferry field. On May 20 the' team will travel to Chicago to meet the Maroons and should have little trouble in…

January 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 83) • Page Image 7

…*f WED~NESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1927 TPMCIAJf fV t YA%' *%~ t~*~ a. THR MICHIGAN DAILY P,, oT" wt-rrrr -" ! !' 1C;. 1Y1:1\..! ltV, !"11 i 1./L'lt4r ! ° ' - WRIClEY TO CONSIDER Wolverines.Did Not…

…Iina. Trial ed Monday night by Illinois and that Exclusively For WM( naen it was nothing but luck tht brought a win to the Wolverines when' Capt. (By Associated Press) , "Pu" Daugherity was taken out late LOS…

…. Every Friday and Saturday. Lund- quist Wolverine Orchestra. 82-83-8485-86 NOTICE-Dance at the Good Eats Cafeteria Friday, Jan. ,21. Every body welcome, gents 50c, ladies free. Punch and waffers served…

June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

… New York Polo gro Subscribe to the Wolverine. for the summer.-Adv. AIRINC iow running )ur windows regular bar- i t y Vy L'J l " I at Son in Ann Arbor I' -ts is what we, CRITIQUE ByG.D. E. Dr…

… that George Sisler, considered by- many to be the greatest pitcher ever on the mound for a Wolverine team, allowed 11 hits in his first game for the St. Louis Browns. Sisler was also gener- ous with…

November 19, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… years, were able to vary line crashing with passing to overcome the Wolverines in a great battle before 87,ooo.persons who jammed into every available seat. By winning today, the Thundering herd showed…

…: Michigan, 7; Minnesota, 0. on the Wolverine's 47-yard line. SECOND QtUARTER Thunderbolt Joesting met a stone Miller was a little slow on a triple- wall at left guard, but gained nearly pass play, Tanner and…

… cross country title for the third consecutive time with 31 points yesterday morning over the new Wolverine course. The Badger victory was won by a m(uch narrower margin than that at- tained at Minneapolis…

… recovering for trailed by Ohio State with 24 in fifth Michigan, giving the Wolverines' first position. down on Minnesota's 47-yard line. Michigan's showing, with the, single Rich made three yards as he took…

… the ; exception of Capt. Randolph Monroe, ball out of bounds. Johnson replaced who placed tenth, proved disappoint- Gary at right tackle for Minnesota. ing, the Wolverines finishing in a tie Oosterbaan…

January 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 84) • Page Image 5

… left yesterday afternoon for Houghton, Mich., where the Wolverine sextette will engage the speedy M. C. M. aggre- gation in a two game series. The first contest will be played today and the second Friday…

… Saturday with American Soo team, considered as contenders for the National championship, has been call- ed off but it is still probable that the Wolverine six will be in action against some of the Northern…

… which the Wolverines have' excelled in during the past will be, called upon to thwart the flashy wings of the Upper Peninsula teams. Mich- igan's defense has been its chief source of strength and. if the…

… the Irish scored the win- ning point when Finn sent the winning count over by a clever shot from scrimmage which sent the puck into the Wolverine cage. Michigan fought stubbornly, and its defense was up…

… Dame offense. It was mainly due to the play of Castner, that the Irish aggregation was able to claim the first victory an opposing team has won in three years from the Wolverines at Ann Arbor. Michigan…

January 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… with a game against the Unliversity otf Cincinnati on April 7. Last year the Cincinnati team dle- leated the Wolverines 5-4 in a con- test 'during Commencement week. From Cincinnati the squad will go toi…

… -___ rambling Wolverines on April 11 andh K01,';EMA1NEN ENTERSI 12.Theseresof games in the Sont T will conclude April 13 and 11 wih PYLES COAST°COXST I the U~niversity of Georgia at Athens. MARATHON TO URNISY…

January 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

…a ,F , PACE SIX 9 i THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19 1927 ....__. __ (/ AP- =::::ts i re.-_ k ".. "... .. . r. . . , [[]2[0000 TMC TIGUE SIGNED WOLVERINES LOSE TO;Nb GU SI…

… percentage with two wins and two losses, the lat- ter by one point to both Ohio State, 29-28,,and to the Wolverines Monday night, 25-24. -' Coach Dean's Hoosier five, an out- standing favorite earlier in the…

… as president of the Senate. Russell Baker Varsity wrestling star, who is up- holding his phenominal record of having lost only one decision in his career as a Wolverine matman. THE WEEK'S SPORT…

March 19, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

… 'Varsit y track team, which will meet' Aichigan at Ann Arbor on March 27, 3' 'te~irl~t restler Onily Wolverine~ 4 'lh i i)I iriIiilj 111IRRNSTEIN ENTERED i slca';ly rounding into shape. HOLDS BIG TEN…

… mnatch. In reality the last year's victorious team, is, favored ;IlonteOile is laid up with a sore hand, Wolverine cap~tain-elect holds the Big to, co-'o the event. Reinke and Prey-f but wIl (lo~ltless be…

January 19, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

… defeated the Detroiters 7 to 1 last year. On Saturday the Wolverines will meet another'industrial team, the Wa- terston of Detroit. This game will be played at 4:30o'clock in-the after- noon.. Both of these…

… opponets are rep- resented by strong hockey aggrega- tions and should furnish the Michigan team stiff competition, especially -when it is considered that the Wolverines have had little practice this season…

May 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

… the Senate side the tax debateI rolled along under difficulties. Var- ious senators had remarks outside the subject to expound and Ashurst, of Arizona, helped things a little by get- WOLVERINE

… Fifteen Events With Chance For Second Places Conceded only an outside chance,+ Coach Steve Farrell's Wolverines will engage the powerful Illini track team' in their final dual meet of the season1 this…

… have little chance of get- ting better than a third. The Wolverines should win a large share of the points in the hurdles with Cooper likely to break the meet record in the lows. Jones should get a place…

… place one- two !although Waldo or Falker of Michigan might spring an upset. The Wolverines are hard hit in the broad jump with Champman out, as he should have had little trouble in tak- ing a first…

…. Arendt will be the sole entree in this event, but he should pick up a second. Pole Vault Looks Bad The pole vault looks like another bad event for the Wolverines with only Erickson to compete against…

May 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…- cation about 1500 miles in an air line from New York in time to signal the American fliers after they take off. PARIS, May 18.-The gallant at- COLGATE SCORES 1 2 WIN OVERl WOLVERINE TEAM IN DULL GAME…

… offering of three Wolverine pitchers while Hopkins, the Maroon hurling ace held Michigan helpless, granting only four hits during the entire of yesterday's uninteresting game on Ferry field. The final score…

… of the fray was 12-2 in favor of the Easterners. The' one outstanding performance of the day was turned in by Hopkins, Colgate pitcher. In addition to holding the Wolverines to four hits, none of which…

Wolverine victory. All such Ideas vanished, however, with a two run rally by Colgate in this inning. As if' this were not enough, the Maroons batted around in the ninth to add five more tallies. Michigan…

…-ruskowski, who substituted for Davis behind the bat, was responsible for one misplay and two other throws that were shady. Two well executed double-plays brigh- tened the work of the Wolverines con- siderably…

February 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

… justice seemingly peculiar' to the French; and the fact that the French are not burdened with a Negro problem of their own. WOLVERINES TO MEET INDIANA FIVE TONIGHT IN CRITICAL CONTEST GAME WILL TEAMS BIG…

… Conference bask- etball race Tuesday by Purdue, Michi- gan will face Indiana at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Yost field house in its sec- ond crucial game in less than a week. The Wolverines are determined to score…

May 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

…-Fifth Annual Badger Linksrmen Are Defeated By Wolverine Golfers I -._. -- ._ - _.- - _-._'_. ___- /_SPOR TS BRIE 4.S -- ---- - ' One of the strongest fields to Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, I enter a Western…

…[IFTEENTH__STRAIG'HT Michigan Cinches Match In First Rounds With Score Of 11-1 In Morning WARD TAKES LOW BALL Cinching their fifteenth consecu- tive Conference dual meet victory in the morning singles round, the Wolverine

January 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… rivals will do battle to- night on Conference courts when, with the exception of the league leading Wolverines and Ohio State, all of the Big Ten basketball teams will see action for the last time until…

… Conference cage laurels resting on the out- come, Iowa has been none too im- pressive in practice since her defeat at the hands of the Wolverines. "The Downtown Store for Michigan Men" a a _ o .. i .r…

February 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I PACE SEVEN I DII1 ~WOLVERINES WILL OPPOSES COO[HRUN,[[ATIIDESTRONfi VALE TANK TIAW!I 11 ~ [ OF TIII{[ i3IA~ ~tinteifoi Page Sim.) C[ o _ TH4LS cu…

… 43-19, while II ilh U IcardIcs the Wolverines also tripp~ed the east- IV QNRE WINS TWO M IL.E erurs J~ya. 49-20 count. ,. T 11 S 3J( I n ( iamt L ~ i 5:L I l I~ ,A Y e~xcitinug and Lu (I fou ght II< I…

February 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

… defeated Michigan State 19 to 6, while the Green and White bowed to Michigan by a 15 to 8 count, and the invaders downed the Purple by a score of 19 to 6 as compared to the Wolverine's 21 1-2 to 6 1…

… previous meets the Wolverines and the Buckeyes appear to be of nearly equal strength and this after- noon's match will probably hinge on the number of falls gained by the two teams. In the 115 pound division…

January 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

… GRAPPLE WITH PUDETEAM TONIGHT' Matches Will Be Put On Immediately Following Basketball Gamue In: Yost Field House WOLVERINES HANDICAPPED) BY LOSS OF THREE MEN, Michigan's wrestling team opens its season to…

… will draw the heav- ier assignment against Rasmussen. Palmer is the Wolverine choice against Hawkins in the heavy weight division. All Bg Ten. schools now includet wrestling in their curriculum of sports…

November 19, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

… lightly, despite the fact that it has with reverses and setbacks this year. Minne- a, with team and cohorts, is here today to give le to the Wolverine in the final Conference ne of the year for both…

… most precious of our ath- c trophies, the little brown jug, of mythical ne. Last year the Wolverines regained posses- '. of it when they journeyed to the camp of the phers and gained a hard-fought battle…

November 19, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 48) • Page Image 10

… which we cannot af- ford to take too lightly, despite the fact that it has met with reverses and setbacks this year. Minne- sota, with team and cohorts, is here today to give battle to the Wolverine in…

… down" Michigan has in her possession, zealously guarded as one of the most precious of our ath- letic trophies, the little brown jug, of mythical fame. Last year the Wolverines regained posses- sion of…

April 19, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 134) • Page Image 8

… strongest nines of the country, were not sure of the contest until the last Wolverine was out. In the sixth 4 runs were scored by the Southerners as a result of two bad er-3 rors and some timely, Bits. The…

… retired the Wolverines for the third out. Karpus and Shackleford both fanned in the ninth with men on first and second, and the game ended 6 to 4 in Georgia's favor. Georgia Wins. In the second Georgia game…

February 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

… of .he Michigan goal which began to pay dividends so that Illinois ed 6 to 0 at the end of 10 minutes of play. The Illinois defense even outshone the vaunted Wolverine guarding, only Captain Mc…

…EroeAtT-- g' A r iiThe hsyWleie tlzc Became Favorite In Many Capitols the second half. Of Europe At The Age Of The husky Wolverines utilized ' Thirteen I[[ lJ Dtheir height to take control of the ball but lost…

…. Minnesota, 37; Iowa, 22. ' McCoy led the Wolverines with four 0--------- -- ---- o Ohio State, 35; Chicago, 31. jfield goals, and was the only Wol- - -- -------------verine to display even a semblance…

January 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

… Alexander, '24; Norman Johnson, '25; William Shri- , itros tl fofne n oihn ptedndt eomn nivsiain~ h The Wolverines started the game erWo'24.in attack, since the invadersI of the election of Rep. Miller…

… become accustomed to ! merelyi fecton, the Wolverine combinations ' , I Chicago, the Wolverines negative Prsdn onLidI itmo adn were inoting with a greater degree France T'o alk aantteNrh the floor. team…

January 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… auditorium with 11111-V / O 1Northwestern, 1 Resolved that the principles of . I the Baumes law of New York be Wolverines Bow Down Before Puck. nacted into law in the other states, men From Noulh For Second…

…'s hockey team, profiting little by its 3 to 0 drubbing by Min-j nesota at the Olympia arena Tuesday night again were outclassed 4 to 1 to- night by the Gophers. For 50 minutes the Wolverines were powerless…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… only two was played in an inspired manner, the' lishment of a to azied curt iculumm in its beginning and has collected a large fouls accrued by the Wolverines. variety and extraordinary prismatic Fans…

…- the country. The pictures cover the . Work Smoother Isodction t performersat all deCorte eleri cal sgner tration, amounating at, least 30 se- development of human flight. from .The Wolverines seemed to…

July 19, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

… llftllllllillillll flli fIll 1 AT GRAN G ER'S Aa a Bud (.Golden S Wolverines Restless-Urging-Music Dancing9 to 12 1.00 per Couple At LAKE HOUSE PAVILION Whitmore Lake ~=Every Saturday and Sunday Nights ° #1 1111 ill…

May 19, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 170) • Page Image 7

… Science officeTeta ilmetM .C.i h ANIRORFOA C. ~-- -4 return game between the two nines 122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 LOST '--Gold signet ring with mono-.v.* tomorrow. The Wolverines won the :::s .:1 gram A. 1…

July 19, 1929 (vol. 10, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… Wisconsin has shown me that Am- erican students have plenty of in- SAYS "HOME TOWN" DECISION WAS GIVEN WILLIAMS IN DASH EVENT PICTURES SHOW HIS WIN Wolverine Sprint Star Is One of Six] Americans Chosen to…

… A y, won th a~e. Pictures in the possession of To- lan show the Wolverine star lead- ing Williams by less than a footf at the finish with Frank Wykoff ofI California,' a close third. At the conclusion…

May 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890. JrY *iiy MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Vol. XXXIX,, Vol. 170 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1929 EIGHT PAGES SBEC i_ 1 ., S aRTH 13-0 Varsity WOLVERINES SHO Thinclads…

…- ble over third. Straub scored when Schwartz threw wild to first on Weintraub's grounder, after Kubi- cek had been retired. One hit, an ' error, a sacrifice, and a man hit by pitcher gave the Wolverines

March 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

… outsanding Wolverine star in the meet. Swimming against such stellar tank men as Howell, and Breyer of Northwestern, and Richter of linnesota, he came through for a second in the 100 yard free style and! a…

… fourth in the 40 yard free style be- ing a big factor in the success of the Michigan relay team. Wittingham was the only other Wolverine to score and his 2 noints for a third in the breast stroke put the…

November 19, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 49) • Page Image 6

… poor pass from the ground. Tebell, star Badger end, received a serious injury that ne- cessitated his removal from the game when in tackling the Wolverine ace he struck one of the linesmen's iron rods…

… he has displayed in the other races of the season. "It' isexpected that he will turn in a low score for the Wolverines in the 4 krj erence cross-country race at Purde ,next Saturday. ' Captain Bowen…

November 19, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…" "We are expecting a hard gam and we know we will get it as we al ways have in the past." With thes words Coach Yost has the Wolverines set for the final gridiron struggle with Minnesota. Rivals who have…

… Ferry field this aft ernoon. Victims of Injuries Minnesota, like the Wolverines, ha been the victim of injuries which ha crippled it in previous games, but to day the Gophers are in better condi tion than…

April 19, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

….: \Prompt, courteous, helpful service. SAXOPHIONE SPECIAL4 Wolverine C-melody, 'model; silver-plated With handsome 4 leather case, war tax .paid. All comn- Iplete for .. $109.75 in LUE- JR.1 LAST TIMES TODAY…

March 19, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… OVER WOLVERINES IN CUIIRICULUM RECENT YEARS JUDGE FAILSTO ARRIVE ILLINI REBUTTAL EXCELS SENIOR PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES CLASS D A Y APPOINTEES SAPIO 'ny rai ACCUS I Prof. 11. S. Woodward, Sole Judge…

… University of Illinois won a debating victory over Michigan's negative team tonight for the only forensic victory of the Illini over the Wolverines in recent years. Prof. Howard Rolz- heimer of Northwest…

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