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January 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 92) • Page Image 11

… Ohio State's Buckeyes gave Michigan a lesson in fundamental basketball yesterday as they com- pletely dominated the Wolverines and sailed to an easy 98-85 vic- tory. The Buckeyes halted the potent…

… Michigan offense by throwing up a tight 1-2-2 zone that forced the Wolverines into one of their worst shooting games of the campaign. daily sports,' NIGHT EDITOR: FRED LaBOUR Ohio State was no less effective…

…- door the Wolverine center. He al- so had success in dragging Tom- janovich down low and then rol- ling to the basket. Ohio State was i 3 T 7 C i 4 4 MICHIGAN Stewart Carter Tomjanovich Fife Maxey…

… Finney Meadors Andreas OHIO STATE FG 4 11 12 6 2 4 FT 0-0 .9-10 2-2 0-0 3-5 4-6 -Daily-Andy Sacks BOB SULLIVAN (90), the Wolverine's "sixth man," crashes into Ohio State's Denny Meadors in an attempt to…

… offensive board work the Mich- igan offense could not function as it normally does. Yesterday made two bad games in a row for the Wolverines and tough Northwestern lies ahead. Unless they improve over their…

… Buckeyers to cough the 'ball up 17 times, with a shameful 10 turnovers in the second stan- za. The Wolverines also got their chapces to score, throwing up 95 shots to the basket while t h e Buckeyes had to…

February 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… situation. Michigan took the ball down- court and John Harris put a jump- er through the hoop to make the score, 63-62. There were nine sec- onds left and the Wolverines foul- ed Riessen again. This time he…

… Sounded At this point the buzzer sound- ed, ending the game. No foul was called against Northwestern on Cole's drive despite protests to the referee by the Wolverine players. Michigan had fallen behind at…

… halftime 33-25 and' after several minutes of the second half was down 39-27. But the Wolverines battled to within five points when Coach Dave Strack took all his starters out of the game except Buntin at 12…

…:30. He substituted Tom Ludwig, John Oosterbaan, Larry Tregoning, and George Pom- ey for his regulars. With Ooster- baan scoring six points on jump shots the Wolverines tied the score at 50-50 at 8…

… margin until Northwestern broke away from Michigan in the last four minutes to take a 33-25 halftime lead. Strack called a time out at 6:55 with the Wolverines leading 22- 21. But after play resumed Michi…

… on the Wolverines were held scoreless. Greater Accuracy Northwestern had greater ac- curacy from the floor in the first half. NU shot 38 per cent to Mich- igan's 30 per cent. In addition, the Wildcats…

… outrebounded the Wolverines 28-26. Buntin led the rebounders and scorers for both teams in the first half. He had nine grabs off the boards and 11 points. Cantrell had nine points to take second place scoring…

… honors. Another Squeaker MICHIGAN By CHARLIE TOWLE "Will the real Michigan track team please stand up," is a re- quest local track fans might be making after the performance of the Wolverine cindermen in…

February 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967'.' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA01 SEVETJ Icers R By DAVE TICKTON The Michigan Wolverines out- did themselves last night…

… Duluth, 8-2 i 1 Breaks The Michigan skaters finally got those well deserved breaks. For Tankers By DOUG HELLER Tradition went out the window at Matt Mann Pool yesterday as the Wolverine swimmers ripped…

… before the Wolverine tankers. The 84-38 score was significant only it if is remembered that a losing swimming team is ordina- rily guaranteed 19 points for en- tering all the events. Actually, Ohio State…

Wolverine netminder ing moves. more drilled a shot into the upper played. Herman was a bit peeved Jerry Hartman who played an left corner of the net. After Bruce over the second Minnesota goal. outstanding…

… at will to- slapshot was smothered by a div- of players that would have done wards the Bulldog netminder. ing, stick swinging Wolverine de- a telephone booth stuffing team Hartman was next on the other…

… takes anything igan really skated well and you away from the Wolverine effoit, can't argue much with a game like asimprovement was shown in tht"h"ocdd diving, sprinting, and the 500- Their momentum and…

… return of yard freestyle. The Blue won 10 of the friendly break should help the 13 events, and swept eight. Wolverine skaters in the final reg- Blue Chip ular season series next week The inspiration was…

January 19, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 89) • Page Image 9

… fourth, respec- Big Ten Meet last the Wolverines and ful Illinois. be MSU's year as far title is concerned, as have a host of tal- ners back from last' d by Steve Johnson, er-up in rebound tumbling and…

… Federation rules. ON TOP: Icers Eye Most Successful Season; Still Face WC HA Competition r.>., 1M., I VIM INVY401WY} By ED HEISER This season's Wolverine hockey team may well be the best in Michigan…

… history. If the Wolverine icers can keep their victorous ways they can become the "winningest" team since the first Michigan hockey game was played in 1921. The 1949-1950 team now holds the distinction of…

… second place net-tender. The Wolverines will have to keep up their exhausting perform- ance if they hope to stay on top of the WCHA and in their bid to break the previous "win" record as Michigan State is…

… in close pursuit of the Wolverines' top spot. The Spartans have lost only one league game in the six they have played and hold an 11-2 overall mark, having won their last eight in a row. The four games…

… between the Wolverines and the Spartans coming up in Feb- ruary will probably decide whether the Wolverines can win 22 games and break the old record. Only Losses In their battle to the top spot in the…

… league the Wolverines hand- ed ever strong Michigan Tech its only losses in the league and have kept the Huskies in third place with a 9-3 record. The Huskies, boasting an amazing total of four players in…

… the WCHA top ten scorers, have put the only blemish in the Wolverines' record by beat- ing them on Jan. 5 and were the toughest team the Wolverines faced in the first part of the season. Hockey Stats…

February 19, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY alker, Denver Overwhelm Michigan Icemen, 6=- ioneers Tally Three Straight fter EarlyWolverine Score (Continued from Page 1) 'd lift a short one into a corner slide a quick one…

Wolverines ok a 1-0 lead that set the lar- st crowd in five years roaring. 'Walker Night' MICHIGAN DENVER Butts G Kirkwood Paenstein D Howe Rodgers D Munro Berenson C Masterton Hinnegan W Walker Babcock- W…

… Tom Wilson was shaken up on a play did the. crowd show much interest. Wilson returned to play later. Two Scoring Chances The Wolverines had the only two opportunities to score, getting power chances…

… Wilson (3) and Grant Munro (6 Wolverines (left to right in black) are Joe Lunghammner, Da MacDonald and Bill Kelly. I aka 's r. ad le gan over ded, will ,, to, East NORTHWESTERN LATEST VICTIM: Grapplers…

…'s undefeat- ed Wolverines to a 79-32 gym- nastic win over Ohio State at Columbus. Michigan, in winning its sixth straight dual meet of the season, won six of the seven events in the one-sided affair. Gil…

… Larose won two events and Tom Osterland added another first place for the high-flying Wolverines. Montpetit enjoyed one of his better nights of the season as he accounted for 26 of his team's 79 markers…

… of the eve- ning when he upset Wolverine standout Osterland in the tram- poline. Osterland was outpointed, 93.5-92, and went down in defeat for the first time this. year. Osterland, last year's runner…

…-up in the NCAA and NAAU trampo- line championships went on to win the tumbling event, however, while Gomps failed to place in any of the other events. The Wolverines, showing the team strength and depth…

… JIM BERGER Michigan's undefeated, wrestlers made it nine straight yesterday afternoon, as Northwestern fell prey to the powerful Wolverines, 28-11. "It was a great meet" com- mented Michigan mat coach…

May 19, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX TOTE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY; MAY 19, 1996 PAGE SIX TUE MICUIGAX DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960 Tennis, On the basis of dual meet re- sults, the Wolverine tennis team enters the Big Ten…

… team member Clark Graebner. Power was runner-up in the first singles slot the past two years. In number one doubles, three combinations look strong includ- ing the Wolverine duo of Karl Hedrick and Jerry…

… straight title and its tenth' in the last 17 tournaments. Purdue's top golfers include1 Steve Mayhew, Rick Raddler and] Dave Schumaker. Wolverine Challenge The Wolverines should present a stiff challenge to…

… Intercollegiate, BOB BARCLAY Tournament, and Bob Barclay who has been chosen as captain of next year's Wolverine squad. Ts Barclay is the son of former Michigan golf coach Bill Barclay. Also competing for Michigan…

May 19, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY .qATiTRDAV_ MAV 141 1491k PAGE SIX QATTT1~I1&V ftMA'V 10 10~ ii u lir x, 1F'1Hx 1J, i az f. Four Wolverine Teams in Contention for Crowns Racketmen Widen Gap…

Wolverine ace pulled even and fought the Hawkeye to a 5-5 dead- line. Senkowski blasted his way to the next game on his devastating serve, and won the clincher with a tricky shot that just skimmed the net…

… Run on Wild Heave As 'M' DiamondmenEdge Wildcats, 3-2 "M" STARS - Harry Fauquier (1) reached the finals of the numb er competition. Joe Jones (c) started the Wolverines two-run rally in the Wisconsin…

… bring in Tate. Winning Margin The Wolverines added what proved to be the winning run in the ninth when Wildcat pitcher Jim Humay walked Tate and Steckley. After botd runners ad- vanced on Spalla's tap to…

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…

March 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

… Michigan to capture this to push Michigan into an early year's Big Ten championship, lead. placed second with 184.75, while Slowdown the Wolverines copped the third As the meet proceeded, the and final…

… qualifying position with Wolverines couldn't m a i n t a i n 184.10. their early momentum. The side- "" II STUDENT RENTAL UNION SGC ORGANIZATION MEETING TONIGH T, SUNDAY, MARCH 19 We need people willing to…

February 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… Fletcher-Speaking at Canterbury House-12 noon in a triangular meet here. The Wolverines netted a 188.25 total compared to the Badgers' 179.55 and the Gophers' 176.55. Michigan, which suffered its first Big…

…, winless in Big Ten com- petition, fell to 0-5. Shape Up, Or ... Wolverine gymnastics c o a c h Newt Loken felt that his squad' did "reasonably well considering the expected letdown after the MSU meet…

… had earlier won the high bar with a 9.0, as the Wolverines took the on the tramp, AAu cnamp Dave Jacobs turned in his second fine performance after sitting out of competition with a sprained ankle. The…

… Phip Fuller who recorded a 9.5 in the floor ex- ercise. Fuller; who is ranked in the top two in the nation in "free ex" was backed up by his brother Chip and Jacobs, who gave the Wolverines a 27.5 total…

… time of 3:15.3. Earlier. Kutschinski and Mc- Donald had contributed to the Wolverine cause by winning the 880-yard run and the 600-yard run, respectively. I 4 SITUATION ETHICS: THE NEW MORALITY…

March 19, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 144) • Page Image 7

…- sociates last December in a game that was a dramatist's dream. The Wolverines were down by 12 points with 3:30 to go. Bill Brad- ley bad scored 41 points and ab- solutely dominated the game. Then the pangs…

… Tigers don't have teeth. Wolverines Have Teeth But the Wolverines have teeth too and they've bitten off victories in 15 of their last 16 games. And you can be sure they aren't going to hold back against…

… ankle. The only Wolverine under trainer Jim Hunt's care is Oliver Darden who is still hobbled slightly by blisters left over from Lexington. SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR JIM LaS!OVAGE AT ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST…

… how they line up. They get final meet. tired of playing each other all the Only Victor Stewart was the only singles player to win in the Wolverines' first clash with Miami as ne de- feated Dave Tate, 6…

Wolverines lost the Mis- sissippi State meet and the first meet against the Hurricanes by identical 7-2 scores. In the first Miami meet, besides the win by Stewart, the Blue took only the third doubles where…

May 19, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…Netmen in Title Defense; Nine Faces Irie - Favored To Capture Wolverines Seek Split Second StraightCrown In Short Season Serie: on Indiana toner Ken- By FRED STEINHARDT By BRIAN MacCLOWRY in the…

…- On Friday the Wolverines re- deadlocked with Dave Pfl a proposed loss to Notre Dame last Monday. ped back Mike to combine with turn to conference play when they Minnesota for top honors ie problem. The…

November 19, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 66) • Page Image 8

… directed at Coach Bo Schem- bechler's Wolverines' charge for the Roses, basketball c o a c h Johnny Orr has quietly been preparing his charges for their takeover of the sports scene. Monday the cagers will…

… thirteen home contests, but does not have the Wolverines partici- pating in a holiday tournament. The early season independent schedule, including such na- tional cage powers as N o t r e Dame, Davidson…

…. Sophomores Wayne Grabiec and Matt An- derson are also expected to see action at the forward spots The current favorite to oper- ate the Wolverine pivot position is Rodney Ford, a six-foot five junior, who…

… started a couple of games for the Wolverines 1 a s t season. Snowden calls Ford "... extremely quick. He's a fine k-breaking schedule rebounder and is tremendous on defense." Fraumann also may see action…

… in the pivot. The starting backcourt posi- tions will be manned by return- ing first stringer Dan Fife and senior Mary Henry. As a sopho- more, Fife was the number three scorer for the Wolverines

… think we can be ef- fective because of our speed and quickness, we're going to be the 'Go-Go Wolverines.'" Head coach Orr also indicated confidence in his team's ability. "I think we've improved on de…

February 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 120) • Page Image 9

… disappointed. There weren't many bright spots." "What about Dill?" a reporter countered. "Im not trying to pick on any- one. But it's hard to be jovial over anyone's performance." It was only the Wolverines' sec…

Wolverines had upped their mar- gin to 28-22. Discrete FeetI "We got off to the wrong foot in the first half. But Michigan didn't take full advantage of the opportunity," spoke up Ohio State coach Fred Taylor…

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May 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 173) • Page Image 9

… two stroke lead over the host Badgers, with the Gophers in third; place, five shots behind, but the, Wolverines faltered when the pres- sure started mounting and wound up fourth. Windy Day Winds ranging…

…, 1537. Keo- hane had a 74 for the afternoon round. High for 'M' Wolverine Dave Cameron had the two best rounds of the day among his teammates with 71- 79-150. Chuck Newton and Gary Mouw had 154.and 155…

WOLVERINES-Chuck Newton, Michigan's golf cap- LOW MAN YESTERDAY-Michigan golfer Dave Cameron shot tain, showed that he should be yesterday by finishing up the Big a 150 in two rounds yesterday to be the low…

… man for the Wol- Ten meet with a four-round total of 302, tops for the Wolverines. verines in the second day of the Big Ten golf tourney at Madi- This score was good enough to tie him with Purdue's Rich…

April 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

… game in the north for Michigan and increased its overall record to 6-3. Eastern is 1-2. The Wolverines move on to Mt. Pleasant tomorrow for a doubleheader against Central Michigan. Coach Moby Benedict…

… eighth inning. Another Michigan sophomore, Marlin Pemberton started on the mound for the Wolverines but was removed from the game for a pinch hitter in the fourth inning. The Hurons jumped on Pemberton for…

February 19, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…, Gary Erwin,b wolverine Cindermen Face Penn State, Irish ! By STEVE GALL Ryan, the conference indoor1 champion last year, will give the It is now well into the 1965 yugPinSaesara u o indoor track se ason…

… to run against Notre Dame Kent Bernard. The Wolverines are Monday night. seeking revenge for their only de- Coach Don Canham feels his feat by Penn State last year in men will have their hands full as…

… to the league lead by virtue of his were called in the contest. Ten "We ain't down yet" might be four assists in Wednesday night's of those 42 minutes were handed the theme song of the Wolverine game…

… assists. Min- time again. The Wolverines moved into a nesota, which has averaged 5.1 fourth place tie in the WCHA by goals per game, the highest in virtue of their victory, and now the league, dominates the…

Wolverines MEL WAKABAYASHI goin g to give us all th a t w e w an t. ......_Teya ere lto gh ,_ndtey_- They are real tough, and th1ey __ ___ _ __________ want a playoff spot too. We expect a real tight series…

… 3 2 1 0 L 0 o 2 2 3 3 6 Pct. 1.000 1.000 .600 .600 .500 .250 .000 .000 By JIM LaSOVAGE added. a~caea. Old Victim Last year, in an outdoor dual meet at University Park, Pa., the Wolverines had no…

…-putting 54 feet. At this time last year Roger Schmitt, the eventual Big Ten indoor winner, was only heaving 52 feet. Bill Yearby, also breaking 54 feet now, will give the Wolverines added strength to- night…

… 7:30 in Matt Mann Pool in what will seem an anti-climax after last week's stunning victory over defending Big Ten champion In- diana. On the following afternoon the Wolverines will take on Ohio State…

October 19, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

… whether or not he will compete this year with the Wolverines, who are defending Big Ten champions, Lew is undecided. Doctors have told him to curtail all contact athletics for the next two years. Lew seems…

… endanger his health. What does the future hold in store for Lew Hyman? He feels healthy, and looks forward to competing again. Prognosis: excellent. What does the future hold in store for Wolverine

… even represent the Wolverines again this year. Newt Loken's squad is a lear favorite for its third straight Big Ten title. My prognosis: excellent. 173 in 48 carries). Halfback Tom Prichard is the best…

… the Wolverines had a light workout in sweat pants and without pads. They viewed movies before going out to prac- tice. The squad will hold a light; practice this morning before leav- ing for Purdue…

… inaugural series contest in 1890, Michigan's Wolverines and Purdue's Boilermakers tangled once again at Lafayette on Oct. 13, 1929. Purdue had managed only one victory in this long span of time. The series…

… The Wolverines came out fight- ing in the third period as Joe Gembis started things off with a 20-yd. drop kick, and moments lat- er, the Wolverine left end, Joe Truskowski, blocked a Boilermaker punt…

April 19, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGA~NDI~WV MwTlne4Y - a--ter - s a .vImfv si a .a TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1960 I ...t ...:: ..........x. 4 Daily SPORTS by HAROLD APPLEBAUM Wolverines Face Central Michigan In Last Test…

… Arizona the Wolverines came home only to have three of their first four home games rained out. Nats. rWin AL Opener WASHINGTON (MP -- C amilo Pascual struck out 15 men for a new club record and his hit…

… behind is Will Franklin at .395. Franklin, a junior, led the team in hitting last year with a .347 average. Michigan fanswill also be see- ing one of the fastest Wolverine teams in recent years. So far…

February 19, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, ymnastsHost Wisconsin PREVIEW TO IUSHOWDOWN: Wolverine Swimmers Face Badgers I By CLIFF MARKS v hen Michigan's gymnasts op- weak Wisconsin tonight at in the I-M gym…

… expected to ag- gravate Patterson's misery. The: Wolverines are 9-1 this season in dual meets. May Win The only weights the Illini may win are at 137, 177, and heavy- weight. Inactive most of this sea- son…

…'s showdown battle with Indiana. The Badgers, possessors of a 3-5 record are not expected to fully test the Wolverines, who will be saving most of their best swim- mers for tomorrow afternoon's battle. Among…

… meets this season Michigan men will be favored in all other events. One of the few Wolverine stars who will swim tonight will be breaststroker Ron Clark. Clark, who recently set an American rec- ord in…

… towards a comeback in the final weeks of the season, suffered a sharp personal blow yesterday morning with the sudden death of Al Simms, 53. Called "our finest fan and big- gest booster" by Wolverine Cap…

January 19, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… playing defense espe-3 Wolverines with eight goals and cially because of my size and the 38 assists. bigger chance for contact. Be- "He doesn't have great speed, sides, I've been playing defense allr but he…

… the extra 10 minute period. Saturday night the Wolverines fell behind in the first period on two late goals by Duluth that came with only two minutes and 49 seconds separating them. The Wolverines

… Colorado Michigan Tech at Denver Minnesota at Michigan State et . .750 .675 .5001 .333 .250 .250 -Daily-Richard Cooper WOLVERINE SOPHOMORE MARK THOMPSON (18) skates hard to reach a skidding puck behind the…

… their own "Page covered up a lot of the zone according to Renfrew. "This will be done in preparation for the Wolverines return to conference play this weekend against Colo- rado State. Colorado split a…

… snow and staying up most of the night. They weren't in any condition to wrestle. Some serious injuries might have result- ed," explained Keen yesterday. M' Mauls Illini The Wolverines completely dom…

… the Wolverines. Bay Returns Captain Rick Bay, who was al- so injured earlier in the season, has returned to practice and will probably be able to wrestle in Michigan's next meet on January 29, when it…

May 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 173) • Page Image 8

… Higgenbottom, who earlier had won the 440. Other Legs Dan Hughes and Mac Hunter ran the other two legs for the Wolverines. Records were set by Purdue's Nate Adams who broke his own qualifying record by tak- ing…

…-hitter. Parma's seven-inning master- piece followed Wolverine ace Fritz? Fisher's eighth win of the season and left Michigan a flickering1 hope of winning the Big Ten titlel and retaining the national crown. In…

… the first game, back-to-back ninth-inning home runs by left- fielder Jim Steckley and Dennisi Spalla shot the Wolverines ahead 4-3. But the Buckeyes countered1 with a run in the last of the ninthJ to…

… right field fence and put the Wolverines in front to stay, 5-4. In the second game, the closest thing to a hit off right-handed junior Sparma was a shot to left field in the third inning by third baseman…

… Dick Post. Post stroked a liner which looked like a sure double, but was robbed by Buckeye Jim Reed's diving stab. Sparma, a second-string quar- terback who was shelled last year by the Wolverines

…. Two Walks Joe Jones, Wolverine captain and second baseman drew two walks. He was wiped out in a double play in the fourth inning and in the seventh was forced out at second. The only other baserun- ner…

… lefty's decep- tive motion to first base, but slid in under the throw in a run down. One pitch later, he was caught again and this time Fisher got him himself in a rundown. The Wolverines now have a 6…

April 19, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… the sea- son and finishing second. The kid shortstop-Ron Hansen - led the way. Take another, more significant, case in point-the Wolverines. At the beginning of this season, Coach Don Lund anticipated a…

Wolverine second base - shortstop combina- tion, Joe Jones, has this to say of Honig, "Dick is always thinking. He's always getting assignments straight. He covers up for you if you happen to forget an…

… through." There may very well be a ques- tion mark with the Wolverine pitching staff this year, but there is one position Coach Lund :eed not worry about this year or for the next two-shortstop. By BOB…

… es- timated at 2,000 saw former U.S. Davis Cup Player Barry MacKay surprise Australian Frank Sedg- man, 20-18, in the other singles match. pi K It's *} .t : J -. j Wolverine Averages BATTING AB R…

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…

March 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… ERIC SIEGEL It has, long been said that an artist's work is the key to his character. This statement can be applied to Rich Kenney, the captain of the Wolverines' gymnastics t e a m, whose efforts in…

… rings is a very personal type of thing for him, for, as he put it,, "you can measure your own pro- ficiency against a standard." Even more important - for Kenney and for the Wolverines, r -is that his…

January 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 92) • Page Image 10

… Northwestern > 15-14. "We came out not expecting to r wrestle Northwestern again, but there was some misunderstand- , ing," Wolverine assistant coach Rick Bay said after the meets. "All the other coaches…

… expected to wrestle a triple dual." In the three meets, Michigan's strength in the lower weights came through, but they were again hampered by problems in the upper weights. In the Iowa meet, the Wolverines

… anyway. they forfeited the weight. Oklahoma went on to beat both Northwestern and Minnesota, to bring their season record to 11-0. Minnesota made a valiant at- tempt to beat the Wolverines in the second…

April 19, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

…, the Wolverines won three Dorie Reid, who sprained his Ats (the two mile and mile re- Achilles tendon which kept him s and the discus), one second, out of the 100, and Ken Burnley ee thirds and three…

… weak returns by the Hoosier that were. fair game for the Wolverine's fine overhead. In third singles, Charlie Kane of of Indiana topped John Fraser by a score of 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. This vic- tory lengthened…

… under par 71's while Clark's 73 placed him in the runnerup position. Wolverines Pete Passink, Frosty Evashevski, and Bill Newton shot 81's; Chuck West, 82; and Mark Yahn, 84. Katzenmeyer was extremely…

May 19, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… erased 5-2 Michigan lead with three rum in the sixth inning. Wolverine southpaw Bill Br feld replaced starter Franz Neu brecht in the seventh and ha shutout Notre Dame on one h until the tenth. Gentempo…

… hits and four Notre Dame errors, Walker settled down and blanked the Wolverines on three hits for the final five frames. Just Six Hits Neubrecht and Brefeld held the Irish to only six hits, but three…

Wolverines made it 5-2 on Freehan's single, a walk to Steckley and error on Walker, who dropped the throw while covering first base on Spal- la's ground ball. The Notre Dame fans were real- ly a on Freehan…

January 19, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 89) • Page Image 8

… rooms every day, but the soot still falls. Last Encounter When the Wolverines play at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the region- ally televised Big Ten "Game of the Week," it will be their last encounter before…

… against Michigan's 64.4. When Michigan and Michigan State tangle no one has to say what kind of game it will be .This time, with the Spartans skidding and the Wolverines improving, it should be as Jorgensen…

February 19, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

… the last Big Ten dual contest in advance of the conference meet. T0 MEET GOPHERS TODAY: nasts Squeak Past Illinois By BOB McFARLAND The Wolverine cindermen liter- ally ran away from the Irish of Notre…

…. Canamare snapped the Yost mark in the process, as he vaulted 15'0" to 'better the old standard by two inches. The Wolverine cap- tain then failed in an attempt to clear 15'512". Canamare had gone 15' before…

… close the only bright spots for the Mich- behind his two teammates, and igan thinclads. The Wolverines logged an identical time in placing took 11 of 15 first places, in addi- third-his first creditable…

… with hopes of overcoming the machine-like Wolverines, who are on the way to their sixth straight t conference championship. A n d they all but succeeded, faltering with only one event left on the seven…

February 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

… prep players, of last year. Ralph Simpson, from Pershing, will lead the MSU squad aiainst Lamont King of Northwestern, and the Wolverine frosh's top scorer. In their high school encounters, each gained…

… expected starters in school ball in Michigan. Matt A derson, from Southeastern a Dave Hart, of Ypsilanti Willc Run, will be the Wolverine's o' er Michigan starters. Ron G kowski, of Detroit Catholic Ci tral…

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, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

… homeI runs, one a grand' slammer, andI Michigan coasted to a 6-3 victory over Bowling Green yesterday at Ferry Field. The Wolverines picked up only five hits and three walks during the game but they all…

…. He homered again, but this time the bases were empty. A single by Pemberton followed by Bob Gilhooley's double brought in the sixth Michigan run, and Major League Standings the Wolverines held a 6…

… teammates yesterday to be cap- tain of the 1966 Wolverine golf team. The junior was captain of his Ann Arbor High squad and is city golf champion. Monday he cap- tured medalist honors with a sparkling 70 in a…

February 19, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

… Optimistic? might again change weight classes valuable asset for each of the 6'5"' The Wolverine mentor was still and send Rausenberger against senior's three years on the var- cautiously optimistic. "We…

… sophomores, both of whom season Pomey thought that he losses," Keen added. lost to their Northwestern foes. would be the Wolverines' sixth Bob Fehrs, Michigan's 123- Dennis Wegner lost his 167-pound man as…

… Fehrs; wants to." Tino Lambros, another Holiday Festival to get him into whipped the Wildcat, 6-0, when 123-pounder, completes the Mich- the starting line-up . . . for good. the Wolverines stopped North…

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…

June 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

… morning were delayed Wednesday night, snapping the due to cancellation because of Tiger's winning streak at seven rain, the Wolverines were again in games. a tie for 15th place. The Tigers led 2-1 when…

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