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November 19, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

… thrill of the"glory days" of Wolverine grid su- premacy. Lucky Combination But even the most avid among us must admit that it took a combination of skill, luck and what is often referred to as intestinal…

… fortitude for Michigan to beat the Buckeyes that day. A foot of snow, two blocked kicks, Northwestern's 14-7 upset of Illinois and the fine punting turned the Wolverines' worst season in 13 years into a…

… fourth consecutive Conference title. A string of injuries to key backs Ortmann, Leo Koceski, and Don Dufek (now Wolverine freshman coach),- seemingly had shattered Wolverine hopes for a Big Ten…

… Helps But miracles can happen, and one did that afternoon. A foot of snow helped the Wolverines contain OSU's All-American, Vic Janowicz, and whip the Bucks. And Northwestern's Dick Flowers led his team…

…- dium. Aside from the circumstances surrounding the game itself, its statistics must certainly rank as the oddest in Conference his- tory. The Wolverines gained only 27 yards total and made no first downs…

… 14 times in the first half alone, 24 times in the game. Janowicz punted 21 times for Ohio State, and their com- For the Wolverines three players stood out in the victory --Ortmann, Tony Momsen, and…

… captain Al Wahl. Although Janowicz out-aver- aged Ortmann in punting, 32- 30. the Michigan tailback came through with several key punts, to keep the Wolverines out of trouble. Once he punted the ball from…

… made several key defensive plays when Ohio State was pressing for an equalizing touchdown, Tomorrow, the Wolverines will "try for another team vic- tory. It won't be as much a miracle if they win; no…

… roses will bloom; it probably won't even snow. But a victory would give Michigan a 6-3 record for its best season since 1956. S XX. >:Z4 'I I S S}: Wolverines ran up a 7-2 rec- ord and finished second…

… television cove age. Rated as seven-point underdogs, the Wolverines will trying' to duplicate last year's 23-14 upset victory. If th succeed, Coach Bump Elliott's.squad will have a 6-3 recorc the best a…

November 19, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Rally," In 2-14 Victor Win Insures Elliott's Best Season; McRae, Strobel, Grant Injured By MIKE BURNS Sports Editor An injury-riddled Michigan team staged a strong second- half comeback to overtake…

… an early Iowa lead and handed the Hawkeyes their fourth straight defeat yesterday, 23-14. The Wolverines spotted the visitors a 14-3 lead at half- time, but the rock-ribbed Blue defense stopped the…

November 19, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… of the Badgers. The Wolverine junior, however, enjoyed another fine afternoon, completing 12 of 17 passes for two touchdowns. He also scooted 44 yards for a third score, and despite getting caught…

…'s candidacy for of Wisconsin, unhappier yet after President." a 27-14 loss to the Wolverines. One of the most pointed re-I actions came from John Bailey, Michigan coach Bump Elliott Democratic national chairman…

… Himself a scare into Michigan in the first "Since he has been on both quarter yesterday. The first time sides of every issue, I suggest the Wolverines got the ball they Gov. Romney start his campaign 1…

May 19, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… of up- setting respective leaders, Wisconsin and Michigan State in tracks and, in golf, Indiana. The Wolverine baseballers maintained their slim one-game lead ever the Illini yesterday by means of a 3…

… second straight Big Ten championship yesterday. edging Northwestern, 3-2. This was possibly the Wolver- ines' hardest earned victory of the season. The outcome was in doubt! until Wolverine pitcher Fritz…

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