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February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 20, 1998 - 11 RAJU Continud from Page 9 No doubt. Do you think they're upset that Michigan is in first place in the CCHA -, agein - even though the Wolverines

… have 10 freshmen and no more Brendan Morrison, Jason Botterill or John Madden? Absolutely. Well, this weekend is put up or shut up. For the Wolverines, it's another Chance to prove they belong - that…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 9

… Tracking 'M' teams : The Michigan wrestling team takes on Indiana tonight at Cliff Keen Arena at 7:30 p.m. The meet will befthe last one at home this season for the Wolverines, who will say goodbye to the…

… get used to playing more power forward in Baston's absence, especially with Indiana up next for Ward and the Wolverines. No. 22 Michigan (8-5 Big Ten, 18-8 overall) will face the Hoosiers (9-4, 18- 7…

February 20, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 72) • Page Image 8

… has had mixed results defending opposing big men this year, the Wolverines hadn't been exposed this season quite like theywere byWisconsin's Frank Kaminsky on Sunday. Kaminsky scored 25 points on 16…

… 56-percent shooting along with 12 rebounds a few weeks ago. But the Wolverines haven'tyethad to face perhaps the best big man in the league. That's Adreian Payne of Michigan State, who was out with an…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 8

… Tankers vie for 11th Big 10 title load arriors? Wolverines' road test starts in Iowa City 0 By Josh Kieinbaum Daily Sports Writer Ten years. ago, the Michigan women's swimming team won its first- ever…

… Big Ten title, beginning their climb to become one of the nation's . elite teams. And they haven't lost since. - Today, the third-ranked Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten, 8-4 overall) will begin their three…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 9

… team captain Kirk Beermann said. "They should be ready. It only really takes one year at the college level to be able to step in as a sophomore." The Wolverines will be counting on their young pitching…

…'s focused and has one goal anid that's winning. I don't think I'll have to do too much, maybe just calm down a few of the newer guys."' Alabama has an advantage over the Wolverines, in terms of warm…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 10

…, but the Hoosiers are a versatile team. Andrae Patterson, who scored a team-high 19 points against the Wolverines on Jan. 6, stands at 6-8 but thrives from the perimeter. Traylor went against him in the…

… aspiration. This weekend, the No. 8 Michigan men's gymnastics team reaches that crossroads when it takes on No. 12 Illinois-Chicago tomorrow in Chicago. The goal for the Wolverines: become the first Michigan…

February 20, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

…0. 6A - Monday, February 20, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom BASEBALL Michigan wins pair after dropping season opener Wolverines earn revenge against Kentucky in 2012 By STEVEN BRAID…

… route to MICHIGAN 2 a season- opening 9-8 W.VIRGINIA 3 loss to Pitts- MICHIGAN 14 burgh, the Wolverines (2-1 overall) bounced back to defeat Seton Hall and West Virginia in the Big Ten/ Big East Challenge…

February 20, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… ____ _ _ ....._.. _ _ ___._ .. LN LEFT BY VETERANS 1IS FSHER'S TASK Captain Harvey Straub, Myron, and Truskowski, Only Lettermen Back. PITCHERS REPORT EARLY Montague Expected' to Act Mainstay of Wolverine Hurling Staff. as Facing…

… practice. The Wolverines' schedile for the coming season includes 28 games, 12 of them with Conference op- ponnts. Michiganl will Meet North- western, Ohio State, Illinois, Pur- due,. Wisconsin, and Chicago…

… in home and hoie series to complete its >ig Ten schedule. In addition to these Conference games the Wolverines will again make a Southern trip which will include two games apiece with Vanderbilt…

… Colgate o May 1 and 2. In addition to these new opponents, the Wolverines have scheduled a game with Oberlin,to be played in Ann Arbor on May 22. MICHIGAN HOCKEY TEAM PRACTICES, TO FACEGOPHERS' With the…

Wolverine rink with a strong team bf veteran players. The Gophers have been fortunate in having ten of the best men from last year, again on the ice and the formida- ble record that they have hung up so far…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 10

… against Lake Superior will be the last chance to see this year's senior class of Wolverines at Yost Ice Arena. The atmosphere this weekend will be just like it has been at every other game at Yost in recent…

… lead than assistant captain Blake Sloan. Appreciate Sloan who, as much as he's done for the Wolverines on the ice, has accomplished even more for tIf community off the ice. Appreciate Chris Frescoln…

February 20, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 72) • Page Image 7

… washoping for. Instead, Michigan was mus- cled into last place with a team score of 42 over par by a field that proved the freshman-lad- en Wolverines still have much work to do. The team sifted through the…

… really need to practice are the mis- takes we make under pressure." The Wolverines certainly have their work cut out for them. Michigan sent seniors Matt Alessi and Miguel Echa- varria, as well as freshmen…

February 20, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 79) • Page Image 9

…. PAGE 3B MEN's GYMNASTICS: Against two other top-10 teams, the Wolverines come up short. PAGE 6B SPORTS NDAY ---------- ---------- -- ------- ---- 1B RENEE= No. 16 MICHIGAN STATE 90, Michigan 71…

… Columbus was littered with new records, personal bests and NCAA qualifying times for the 22nd-ranked Wolverines. Michigan's brightest star, junior Katilyn Brady, was named the 2006 Big Ten Conference Swimmer…

February 20, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 72) • Page Image 8

… games for the Michigan hockey team. How many has he missed? Two. He sat out the Wolverines' first series last year against Bentley because of back spasms. He said that he'd been struggling with back…

… number might be higher than average, but it shows how difficult it can be during the long college hockey season - the Wolverines' first exhibition game against Windsor came on Oct. 9 and their last regular…

February 20, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

… all year, but the biggest problem for the Wolverines has been if one player's shooting well, the rest can't follow suit. But last night, the Wolverines' guards couldn't miss. Freshmen Zack Novak and Stu…

… Douglass and sophomore Kelvin Grady shot an unstoppable 11-of-19 from behind the arc. Playing unself- ishly, the Wolverines recorded assists on all but six baskets. Novak scored a game-high 18 points, all 3…

February 20, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 79) • Page Image 11

… just about enough to be assured an invite. m season. And with Brown and Hunter gone, can the The Wolverines probably need just two more team win if Sims is the same inconsistent player wins. And with…

… team. Sure, the Wolverines have been struggling, but they played great in January, and they will be rewarded for the season they're having. They've waited so long to hear their name called on Selection…

… running lay-up as the shot-clock buzzer sounded. Minnfield drew an offensive foul against freshman center Megan Skouby immediately after Iowa's inbounds pass, leading to another Wolverine score. At the…

… important, and I think Jess has done a brilliant job this year calling things and understanding what to do." It took Minnfield and the Wolverines time to warm up to the 5,000-plus Hawkeye crowd, but Iowa was…

… we know we have to do." GOPHERS Continued from page lB -ing time, giving him a 7-2 decision and lifting the Wolverines to a meet-clinch- ing 19-12 lead. "I came out of the gates, and I knew it was…

… who exactly will step in. But in the end, those fans probably aren't too concerned, because those schools are used to having success. That's not the case here. Yes, the Wolverines have come a long way…

Wolverines had ch Joe McFarland an opportunity to take sole ownership for us to get started of the crown with a win against Indiana yesterday. Nick Roy added a The Wolverines won eight of 10 e 174-pound class…

February 20, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 101) • Page Image 9

… EISENSTEIN Daily Sports Writer During the Michigan hockey team's warm-up skate at practice, Wolverine associate head coach Mel Pear- son scans the ice for Chad Kolarik's light blue jersey. He feeds the…

Wolverine) T.J. (Hensick) he seemed to play well. So I think Turnbull has a good chance at fitting in pretty easy." But no matter how well Turnbull fills the role, Kolarik is struggling being out of the…

… that's what the Michigan men's bas- ketball team hopes. After heading toward one of the worst records in program history, the Wolverines have turned their season around in the last two weeks. It even…

… prompted Ohio State coach Thad Matta to call Michigan "the best seven-win team (he'd) ever seen" after the Wolverines upset his Buckeyes Sunday. Despite the recent streak, the Wolverines have an 8-17 record…

… and sit in the bottom half of the Big Ten, meaning John Beilein's rebuilding project still has a long way to go. Before the Wolverines' come- from-behind win over Iowa last Thursday, The Michigan Daily…

Wolverines a com- petitive advantage. Before this year, winter prac- tice in Ann Arbor involved occa- sional trips to a local indoor driving range and putting prac- tice on a small green in the base- ment of…

…-round. "One of the first questions I get is, 'what do you do in the winter?' " Sapp said. "Now that we can show them a short-game facility, it's really beneficial." But the Wolverines have no set practice…

…-day different," Pumford said. "It's unbelievable." Rankin believes the new facil- ity will help the Wolverines keep pace with teams from warmer climates that can practice out- doors all year. "Now, we don't have…

… season. Next weekend, Michigan heads south to play in the Puerto Rico Classic, where it has strug- gled in the past. The Wolverines finished second to last in 2007 and last in 2006. But Michigan is coming…

February 20, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 79) • Page Image 12

…-advantage. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the other power play to show up was the Nebraska-Omaha -pep band. Nicknamed "The Power Play", the special-teams play of the Mavericks gave the band many reasons to rock and left…

… the Wolverines fighting an uphill battle. Trailing 2-0 late in the first period on Saturday night, Nebraska-Omaha used the man-advantage to get back into the game. Maverick forward Brandon Scero took a…

… pass just outside the crease and beat Michigan goalie Noah Ruden short- side to cut the Wolverine lead in half. The goal gave the Mavericks momentum heading into the first intermission, and Nebraska…

… night - wrapped around the net and slid the puck under Ruden's pads. The score left the Wolverines with a precarious one-goal lead. "The mood was great after we killed the 5-on-3," sophomore Chad Kolarik…

… four points over the weekend due in large part to its advantage on the power play. crucial situations. As fate would have it, the Wolverines got that chance on Satur- day night. With 1:23 remaining in…

… the third period, Nebraska-Omaha freshman Dan Charleston was whistled for holding, leaving the Wolverines with a power play and a chance to win the game. Instead of executing to score a clutch goal…

…. The Wolverines' inability to convert was a fitting end to a weekend in which they went 0-for-7 with the man- advantage. Michigan has now failed to score on its last 20 power plays. "We're not sure if we…

… proved just as costly. The Wolverines enjoyed a man-advantage midway through the third period, when they still led 4-3. Under less pressure and knowing that a goal could virtually end the game, Michigan…

… had trouble setting up inside Nebraska-Omaha's zone, and the Mavericks killed off the penalty with ease. The game ended in a 4-4 tie - a dis- appointing result for the Wolverines who held two separate…

… two-goal leads - but Michigan might consider itself lucky. The Wolverines were outscored 2-0 on special teams in a hostile road environ- ment against a quality opponent. "It makes it much tougher (to…

February 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

… Johnson, and sometimes John Lockard, every Wolverine played like he was on downers, a stark turnabout from last Saturday's explosive performance against Illinois Henry Wilmore, 14 of 23 from the floor…

…, the Wolverines needed only a win over North- western to climb into the Big Ten driver's seat: And a win over Northwestern, a band of basketball nonentities harvested from the midwestern flatlands…

Wolverines. Hentz and Greg Wells, who combined for 50 points mostly from Inside, were threatening to take the play away from Michigan. But in the end, Northwestern's impotence and jittery floor game kept them…

… sailed into Wolverine hands. Michigan actually outbumbled the Wild- cats, garnering an atrocious 21 miscues. The Wolverines barely won the battle of the boards, as Wells continually outfought Michigan…

… with three. Orr shifted Wilmore to forward and stuck Dave Hart in the backcourt. The Wolverines' lackluster performance on the boards and from the floor resllted more from a general disorganization than…

… from the key at one point in the first half. Michigan's erratic rags to riches play continues to puzzle; -it seems the Wolverines still haven't found the right offensive combination. With Wilmore and…

February 20, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 99) • Page Image 5

… play keyed a 78-67 Michigan win that gives the Wolverines - you might want to sit down here - sole possession of first place in the Big Ten with four games to play after an improbable Wis- consin loss at…

… Penn State. "Obviously, without (Horton's) play, we're not having a happy lockerroom right now," Michigan coach Tommy Amaker said. The Wolverines had entered the game worried about how to shut down Pur…

February 20, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 100) • Page Image 11

… Michigan Wolverines clinched their first home ice playoff series since 1982. Too bad the Wolverines couldn't enjoy it. Over the weekend, Michigan dropped two games to its arch rival, Michigan State, 7-3 and…

… possibly finish third, but no higher. In order for that to occur, Michigan must beat last place Miami twice and Chicago must lose twice to eighth-place Ohio State. The Wolverines, however, could have…

…. Down 4-0, Michigan forward Kent Brothers got the Wolverines on the board with his sixth goal of the year at 3:06 in the second period. But the Spartans squelched the Wolverine comeback attempt with two…

… improved the fourth- ranked Wolverines' dual meet re- cord to 18-2, surpassing the previous high total of 17, set in '84-'85. "I was real excited with us breaking the dual meet record of 17 wins in a season…

… are ranked in the top five nationally. The Wolverines were holding a comfortable 19-3 lead when Bahr decided to take a forfeit. "I didn't want to take the chance of having (Mike Amine) hurt his shoulder…

February 20, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 83) • Page Image 8

…. "This was a great opportunity for me to come back and be with some of my really close friends," Comrie said. Even though the two try to stay out the way when they visit, they both feel that the Wolverines

…, you're just not going to have a good night." Despite Blackburn's difficulties Saturday night, the Wolverines are confident that their netminder will make the big save when the time comes. "He has kept…

February 20, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

…___THE MICHIGAN DAILY kfichigan Seeks Revyenge; 1ooking for Two Wins in Away Contests Mariners To Face MSU, 0 NCAA Titlists To Clash 11 I By MIKE GILLMAN Wolverine coach, Al Renfrew, will…

… take his hockey team to Houghton, Michigan, tonight for a weeken1d twin bill. The Michigan squad will be in hopes that Michigan Tech will prove to be as hospitable hosts as the Wolverines showed…

… as the Wolverines have won only one of the .eight games played since that weekend. Both teams will be looking to get back on the win trail. Michi- gan..droppedtwo toMinnesota last week and Tech tied…

… one and lost one in a series with Colorado Col-' .lege. The victory-starved Wolverines; have an extra incentive to take at least one of the games as cap- tain Bobbie Watt will be remem,- bering the in…

… STEINBERG Swim coach Gus Stager and his band of mariners will battle Mich- igan State in a Conference meet tonight at East Lansing. The Wolverines, who have re- mained undefeated in more than two years, are…

… 200-yd. breaststroke. His amazing times of 1:05.0 and 2:23.4 are- a few tenths of a second better than Wolverine Cy Hopkins who's best 'in the 200- yd. is 2:23.7. The odds are favor- able for a new…

February 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 96) • Page Image 7

…, howling band of grap- ling fans watched the Wolverines rop their fifth straight match of he season as superior Hoosier rid- ng time in two crucial bouts pro- ided the measure of power neces- x ary for…

… Indiana's third win gainst one loss. * AFTER LOSING four straight ndividual bouts, the Wolverines et the stage for their ill-fated ictory drive. Captain Bob Betzig literally ;roared out inta the ring to…

… ing the third period. Although of the Wolverine gymnasts, about the match ended in a 3-3 tie, this sophomore wonder tumbler ndiana was awarded riding who presents a major obstacle to time, thus winning…

… the necessary incra- were the only man the Wolverines ent to put the Indiana club far had to fear, but it seems that xnough ahead to win despite the trouble comes in droves. ower-surge of the Wolverines

… play the Lawrence Tech respective fields. B" team at 2 p.m. Monday in rsetv ils etroit. Last Monday the Wolverine ALTIOUG 'I'61 THESE three are1 agers bowed to the Blue Devils the backbone of the Illini…

… feet for over a month. But the Boilermakers are not particularly long in this department which maly give more of the Wolverines a chance. IN THE GAME at Lafayette, Bill Mikulich and Bill Doyle were…

… the golf squad, in- Coach Bert Katzenmeyer Tues- day, Fe~b. 22, at 4 p.m., on the I-M golf driving range. up class as the Wolverines prepare for next Saturday's "big one" with Ohio State. I Best of the…

February 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…Pnn" I PVon THE MICHIGAN DAILY ." ge svenI ucky By TERRI FOUCHEY Michigan's 1i0th varsity hockey game did not fit into the long win- ning Wolverine tradition establish- ed in all fields of…

… competition, in- stead it fit into the pattern this year's icers seem unable to break from. Again, for the majority of the game the Wolverines carried the play, but they were unable t over- come the luck of…

…, slashing) 18:50. Saves M-9-2- 4 - 15 ND-8--13- 9 - 30 Score by Periods M' 0 1 1- 2 ND 0 2 2 - 4 Attendance: 2100 Irish The first a c t u a 1 Wolverine ances came when theGnewly uffled line of Bernie Gagnon…

… EDITOR: SANDI GENIS Dame goalie, Chris Cathcart, was up to the eight Wolverine shots. The start of the second period included a little more hitting, but both teams appeared disorganized at time's. Once…

Wolverines decided to do some- thing to regain the fa s' attention. Notre Dame's Ric Schafer receiv- ed his second penalty of the night at 11:36. Approximately a minute later, Michigan's power play, which has…

February 20, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 72) • Page Image 7

…'t found any With that in mind, it's time stency as of late. to consider how the Wolverines allowed three goals in a will pair together on defense end against Wisconsin before they make a run at a y a month…

… out the crease in his month of playing time. Meanwhile, De Jong is the only But with the announcement that freshman Kevin Lohan has been cleared by doctors to return, the 10th-ranked Wolverines finally…

February 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 81) • Page Image 8

… matches this time, and do well in doubles, and hope we can pull out the close ones." The Wolverines are not con- cerned that the Wisconsin match is just one day after Northwestern. "The more tennis you play…

… Gophers Webber's 23 points strongarms Minnesota, 95-70 Michigan sprinter Richelle Webb runs to victory last Saturday at the Red Simmons Invite. The Wolverines compete Saturday at the EMU Classic. 'M…

February 20, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 102) • Page Image 8

Wolverines faced off in Detroit, Hensick tallied three points on one goal and two assists. But in his four other games against Jakaitis going into Sunday, Hensick had just one goal and one assist. "I've been…

… period, across the crease and slipping it Jakaitis remained exception- into the net between Jakaitis's out- ally calm under intense Wolverine stretched pads and the post. pressure, and despite his smaller…

…: Court- attempts. Though the Wolverines ney Sims would be coming off the held a 25-18 lead thanks to their bench for Saturday's matchup stifling defense- Indianashotless with Indiana. than 27 percent from…

… said. "I desperation to deliver in a game thought that (the new) lineup was Michigan had to have, a new Sims going to give us that." took the floor in the second half The Wolverines' revamped Sims came…

…, only to see Tuesday in a 59-44 loss at Michi- Sims get two on the other end to gan State. keep the Wolverines in control. With the new lineups And when the Hoosiers finally announced, the focus shifted…

… throws to put the Wolverines up five, and Michigan held on for a much-needed 58-55 victory. After his disappearing act in the first half, Sims's second- half numbers - 11 points, four rebounds and zero…

February 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 121) • Page Image 9

… Michigan 67-64 before 16,492 fans at Assembly Hall last night. The Wolverines, who fell to 7-6 in the conference, held a 62-58 edge with 1:33 left in the game. But the Fighting Illini, playing tenacious…

… two successful free throws, pulling the Wolverines back to within one. McGee then stole the in- bounds pass, but failed to capitalize on the opportunity to put his team back on top as he was called for…

February 20, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 93) • Page Image 3

…'RDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAr-W. fri bD IEB U R 0, 1 3 HI ! M C IG A % I T V~r W u rau£Yz I E Wolverine Gymnasts Ready For Clash With Ohio State Illini Tracksters Host…

… to the Wolverines for the remainder of the season. WUERTH 55c 55c Today thru Sunday HILARIOUS LOVE STORY OF A HOT-HEADED BEAUTY .... THE SENSATIONAL STAGE SUCCESS I M4*M's MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA "N…

… depth may prove the deciding factor in the dual meet at Champaign today as the Wolverines attempt to change the winning ways of the mighty Illini cindermen. In the track meet which will be a preview of…

… Hendricks will compete in the high hurdles for Michigan,I while Coach Leo Johnson of Illi- nois will have Willard Thompson" running. The Wolverines are pit- ting the same trio in the low hur- dles against…

…. Gordon Iverson and Kent Penwell of Illinois will be running against the Michigan participants. The Wolverines will have Bob Brown, Pete Sutton, Carroll and Scruggs in the one-mile relay. The team beat…

…. * * * MICHIGAN STATE, which now leads the Conference with a mark of four wins has piled up a string almost identical to that tallied by the Wolverines. Both squads have defeated one of the top teams in the Big Ten…

… Purdue. In the State's first match of the season they lost, 19-8, to the same Pitt group that the Wolverines beat, 16-11. In their matches with Purdue, State won, 20-8, while Michigan lost. 15-9. Coach…

Wolverines are sophomore Don Haney with a; 6-1 mark and Dick O'Shaughnessy with five wins. Puchsters Tie (Continued from Page 1) FOR SALE MICHIGAN DAILY Phone NO 23-24-1 HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M. CLASSIFIED…

February 20, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…-will parade their vast talents in local arenas. For weeks the Wolverine swim- ming pool bulletin board has her- alded the Impending clash with Yale's tank dynamo of the East, Innumerable clippings from East…

…-grabbing machinations of the business staff, this forthcoming prediction can't be backed up by cold reason. There is insufficient room. It will have to be backed up by the deeds of Wolverine cindermen tonight. Notre Dame…

… third year as a Tiger regular, will be in the nets at all times. He will probably be the best goalie the Wolverines have faced this season. Coach Eddie Lowrey's starting six; is still a uncertainty. But…

… win. (Continued from Page 1) this season. Maloney's 9:40 is also better than any two-mile time turned in by a Wolverine up to date. Thomas and sophomore Chuck Pinney are classed with Notre Dame…

… the 16-pound iron "apple" 51 feet 3 inches. Wolverines' George Os- -____ _-- -- f/c~o~',~. RAP 77~-~2i -~YA~ Matmen Face Indiana Tomorrow . w ~P Microtomic VAN DYKE The Drawing Pencil that…

February 20, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 83) • Page Image 9

…." Michigan has won the last three meetings between the two teams, and in the 1999-2000 sea- son, the rivals tied in a heated contest. In that y match, the Wolverines led 18-15 going into the last match where…

… LEVENTHAL/Dail (Monday) off. The guys are just focusing on the The Wolverines will head into its final dual meet before heading to Champaign for next match." the Big Ten Championships March 9-10. Top recruit…

….. After making everyone wait for 15 minutes, Abram finally showed andf signed on the dotted line to become av Wolverine - something he always wanted. Abram, a lanky swingman who is a Abram top 50 recruit…

… first Wolverine recruit since LaVell Blanchard to be invited to the McDonald's All-America game, they also feel Abram is a great catch that can make an impact right away. "He's just a great athlete - he…

February 20, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 100) • Page Image 10

… either. IN THAT CONTEST, Tarpley got into foul trouble early and fouled out of the game. He saw only 16 minutes of playing time. The real surprise, though, was that the Wolverines outrebounded MSU by just…

… enjoyed the Wolverines's performance in last week's victory against Iowa. The junior guard hopes to continue the fun tonight against Michigan State. Pistons continue hot streak with 118-113 win By JIM…

… pretty ragged but we'll take the win." The game brought the return to Michigan of former Wolverine star Tim McCormick who scored one point after returning from an eye injury in the first quarter. FUJI…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… RON CLARK DAVE GILLANDERS ...American record-holder ... Pan-American champ JOE GERLACH FRANK LEGACKI ... AAU champion ... NCAA champion Wolverine Swim Team Overwhelms Wisconsin 65-30-; Many Regulars…

… of his competition in the back- stroke, but the battle for second place should be close. Indiana's ~&ACV MNFVDick Beaver and the Wolverines #FMcJV K.1 N NEY AlexGaxiola, Fred Wolf and John Smith are…

… events. The meet's only double winner was Wolverine sophomore Bechtel, who won both the and 440-yard freestyle. Tom 220- CAGERS AWAY Th inclads Host "Open Meet Today Aqua Answers HOW MANY American…

… "Who will win?" and you will have some of the biggest problems in Michigan swimming history as the Wolverines prepare to enter the water against Indiana today. The answer to question one isn't as vague…

…' vacancy in the 50 is a tossup between a half-dozen swimmers,none of who havethe class of their Wolverine counterparts. 200- AND 400-YARD FREE STYLE-Andy Morrow and' Bill Darntori of Michigan haven't shown…

February 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…-. .more guard Gerry Mitchell each dumped in 12 points to supple- ment the 15 tossed in by Grant. DESPITE THE FACT that the Gophers did all right by them- selves in the scoring department the Wolverine

…, Mitchell beat out Bob Hinkle of Illinois in :08.9, and Wolverine Don Hoo- ver was third. In the lows, Hinkle was again second to Mitchell, who was timed in :08.2. Two Wolverines placed in the 60-yard dash…

… of Illinois tied for first at 13 ft., 934 in. Purdue's Lawrence Busby was third. HERB BARTEN, Wolverine middle-distance ace, ran a con- servative race in the 880-yard run, and coasted to an easy 1…

… Jewsbury, winning in 9:30. Shel Capp finished fourth for Michi- gan. Illini Bob Downs took the mile run, beating out Wolverine Cap- tain Bob Thomason in 4:21.1. Going into the final event, the mile relay…

… the second win in as many starts for the Wolverine acrobats, who captured four first places in the six events. Pete Bar- thell led the individual point- makers with 13. taking top hon- ors in the…

… parallel bar test and leading a Michigan sweep of the tumbling competition. Ed. Buchanan added another first for the Wolverines by taking the trampoline event, and Michi- gan's Bob Willoughby outpointed his…

… other Wolverine penalty in the final period. The two goalies, Jack McDon- ald and Gopher captain Jack Mc- Ewen had about the amount of saves with McDonald having the edge with 38. McEwen kicked out 33…

Wolverine shots. MICHIGAN TECH and Minne- sota both have three losses in re- gional play after last night's con- test. On the other hand Michigan has only one loss, that coming at the hands of the Huskies up…

February 20, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 98) • Page Image 11

…. The Wolverines took a 6-2 lead during that stretch, never relin- quishing it, and went on to defeat Indiana 61-48. Duringthe first half, Michigan looked like the team that easily handled Indiana in Ann…

… possessions - and looked flustered against Indi- ana's defense. The Wolverines' nine turn- overs in the first half matched their entire game total the last WILDCATS From Page 1B trying to do." Added Michigan…

Wolverine bench struggled, almost every Hoo- sier player struggled. With 9:20 left in the game, Indiana junior Aulani Sinclair knocked down two-straight 3-pointers and cut the Wolverine lead to ten points…

…. Indiana out-rebounded the Wolverines by six and cut Michi- gan's 16-point lead to nine at one point. The Wolverines hadn't won at Assembly Hall in nine years, and even though Indiana is weaker than usual…

… Sunday, but it turned out bit different for the Michiga women's basketball team. The Wolverines hav often had trouble clearin the glass this season, bein outrebounded in 18 of its 2 games. But this weekenc…

… Chap lin. She was able to put up majority of the Wolverine points in the paint and hol the duo to just five points. Michigan coach Kevi Borseth noted how Indian plays a tough, physical gam down low and…

… of the sec- is ond-half offense for the s Wolverines, senior guard a Courtney Boylan was in con- n trol of the game during the first stanza. e Boylan broke into double g digits with 7:36 to go in the…

February 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 118) • Page Image 11

… 13 points. during the sec- ond half, but whittled away at Henry Ford and took a lead it never relinquished with 1:40 to play. Bul Van De Wege hit a base- line jumper that propelled the Wolverines to a…

… since midway in the first half when the score was tied at 31. "This was just a great win for us," said Wolverine Coach Dan Fife. "It was a total team ef- fort, we kept coming back and playi-g hard." iged…

…'re winning and that's what you're supposed to do") there's no doubt that inconsistency has plagued the Wolverines all season. Just when it seems that they are reaching their peak, they drop back to mediocrity…

… on winning those by himself, maybe the Wolverines wouldn't have lost all of them. In contrast, when Rickey takes good shots, Michigan wins. He's hit 50% from the field in Michigan's victories. Green…

…. I end of two periods. Then, six- and-a-half minutes into the third period, Dan Lerg stole an er- rant Gopher pass and put it into the net. This put the Wolverines on top to stay 6-5. This play…

… times during the period. Palmer rose to the occasion with several amazing saves to shut off the threats. THE Minnesota defense stifled the Wolverines offense, allowing only seven shots on goals in the…

…! period. A Dan Lerg shot slipped by Gopher goalie Paul Joswiak, however, as the period ended in, a 1-1 tie. past, scored four goals apiece. The Wolverines started the scoring at the 18-seceond mark. Bill…

… then cap-I italized on the power olay and gave the Wolverines a 3-4 lead, which soon vanished again. Min- nesota's T. J. Gorence tied it with yet another power play goal at 18:39. Notable for Michigan…

… Mich- The Wolverines surged to a (MSU's divers) looked good, and' igan women's swim team won quick 14-7 lead as they won rhe I could have done better. But its second straight Big Ten medley relay…

… followed by a Gor- really, everybody is so close Championships here last night. don Downie win in the 1000- that it depends on who has a The Wolverines compiled 92 yard freestyle. But the hosts better day…

February 20, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

Wolverines didn't play well. They did all they coulo to hold off a more dominant team, losing by the respectable margin of 69-54. Some of the Wolverines even played with the stomach flu. In the end, however…

…, it was obvious why the Boilermakers are sixth in the country and the Wolverines are not. Players like Joy Holmes and MaChelle Joseph ran the court like they were born on it. These two Boilermakers don…

February 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 118) • Page Image 10

… fieldhouse, three meet, and one varsity record had been estab- lished, along with a tied field- house and meet record. The Wolverines outdistanced second place Eastern Michigan, netting 148 points to the…

… Hurons' 114. Penn State was third with 66. Overall, 16 teams competed in the two-day meet. Although it wasnt one of the Wolverines' five Saturday victories, Steve Elliott's one mile performance was one of…

February 20, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… state of Michigan when the Wolverines slid past the Spartans, 70-69, at East Lansing. JIM SHEARON Stop and Go Sincethe beginning of Confer- ... dependable stand-in ence play this year, the Michigan cagers…

… have acted somewhat like an overworked Model-T Ford- they stop and go, and stop and go; you crank them up again and they sputter for awhile and then stop once again. The Wolverines no sooner put away an…

February 20, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

… varsity pool. Performing before a capacity crowd in their second home dual meet, the Wolverines captured seven of the ten events, while two tankmen broke pool and varsity records in the process Captain…

… Northwestern Wildcats, 21-8. By winning this meet, Michigan extended its winning s t r e a k against the Wildcats to 21. The Wolverines have not been defeat- ed by Northwestern since 1931. Although Michigan…

…:36 to increase the Wolverine lead and finish the scoring for the night. Gophers Try Rally Minnesota became desperate in the final period and made several all out attempts to score but to no avail. With…

… vacant Minnesota net only to have his shot go wide of the goal mouth. Howes in Top Form Wolverine goalie Lorne Howes continued in top form as he made 33 saves to Mattson's 19. Michi- gan's defense was…

… Workmanship The Dascola Barbers near Michigan Theatre For the special attention of Electrical Engineers aPhysicists I BASKETBALL TELETHON: Gophers Outclass Wolverines, 74-65 HLLGHES RESEARCH AND…

… three tries. Lack of an adequate playmaker continues to plague Michigan. Time after time the Wolverines would bring the ball down and shoot without working the leath- er around. The guards had great…

February 20, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…,4v . fi 4 + ._a li (. ri zi A ,r., _ , ::a Sextet Plays Gophers Here; Mermen agers at Ohi( ) State Pucksters Seek Victory In Return Clash Tonight - 4 l3y WALT KLEE' The Wolverine sextet will…

… players al- most broke out into a fist fight in the third period when Gopher Patty Ryan and Wolverine Bob Stenberg exchanged blows just inside the Michigan blue line. Pre-game dope seemed to point to a walk…

…-away for the invading Vik- ings; but the surprising Wolverines put up a battle that Coach Larry Armstrong's boys will remember for a long while to come. The much im- proved Maize and Blue fought on even…

… terms with the Norsemen and gained a moral victory as a result of the tie. Anderson Gets Goal It appears that Gordon Anderson was the Wolverine who slipped the puck past Minnesota's goalie Mac, Thayer for…

… try every trick of the trade in a i effort to stop the Wolverines. The Minnesota first- line 'of Dick Kelley and his twoflankmen, Bob Graiziger and Pat Ryan, will not have the overconfidence that they…

… 'up' to- night when they collide with an equally unpredictable Ohio State quintet on the latter's home .court. The three. sophs whose presence is all importait in the Wolverine lineup are Dave Strack…

… the Wolverine and Buckeye track squads pair off in a dual meet at Yost Field House. The possibility of a new record in the 440-yard dash appears strong, since Ufer has approached the mark of :49…

… obtained special permission from his draft board o enlist as a voluntary indnetee. CLOSER THIS TIME: Wolverine-Buckeye Swim Tit To Present CreamofBi TnI TEMPLE TON SENSATIONAL PIANIST THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 8…

… Columbus be- cause of the proximity of the Big Ten meet, March 5-6. Intervening dual matches have, proven that the Wolverine and Buck- eye mermen comprise the class of the Conference and, probably, of the en…

February 20, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… of interna- tional prominence tonight in De- troit at the Michigan A. A. U. championships, according to an announcement made late yesterday afternoon by Coach Steve Farrell Ten Wolverine thinclads will…

… was the only Wolverine able urday with a total of 43 4-5 points. to penetrate the strong Illinois The Badgers scored only two firsts, defense when Michigan lost to the but picked up one or more points…

… Joseph's Goal Wins recuperatef The Wolverines' three goals were Minneapolis; tallied by Mason, Hart, and Joseph. get in shape Neither team scored in the third and the Go period but .Joseph penetrated the…

… decide the I the Wolverine sextet. Last Satur- ship. The Illini day night Michigan dropped a game to the fast-skating Marquette ret dist team, 5-2, on the Milwaukee rink. basket dsp: Tomorrow the…

Wolverines meet .breaking g Minnesota's strong team in the first r keep. thkie of a two game series at Minne- most of th apolis. -tIhmselves1 RECU PR ATES R~est After lard Trip estt d III DroaPPig n To Second…

… Fast The pool at the " is one which is Grand Rapids known in state swimming .circles as "fast," and Coach Matt Mann of the Wolverine team hopes to break some records. In their past invasions of the…

…, Walker and Ault. At this Thomse ..LD.. ..... Bryant same- ibet, Dick Spindle, present .Meiklejohn. .R D..........Hart Wolverine captain, set a new inter- Frisch.......Go al........Grace collegiate 220 yard…

… Greenleaf, national tip-in, but the gun cut off furtler pocket billiard champion since 1919, Wolverine efforts. wae m e runner-up wiv ie given a gold medal. For two years, H., H. Horowitz has defeated the…

February 20, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 98) • Page Image 12

… dozens of times over got through and grazed the side netting. But that equalizer was hardly on his teammates' minds while they looked for the winner. Instead of blaming Hunwick, the Wolverines sought to…

…- the puck fie was cornered against didn't d the boards in the Wolverine any favo zone. Northern Michigan Michiga freed up the puck, then fired to a one a slapshot past fifth-year the begi senior…

… game wound down. gan's go With the score knotted at 2-2 with "I though one min- ute left in we w ere the final a e frame, careless wi Mi;in the puck." controlled the puck in the Wolverines' zone. Sopho…

… witl The puck went straight to forced t Hunwick's belly. But it was The o a sobering reminder of how gan tor costly errors in the defensive back ha zone can be. Pateryn Though the Wolverines instigato…

…. rnovers weren't as s as Moffie's, but nsistency handling in the neutral zone o the Wolverines ors, especially when n was hanging on -goal lead towards nning of the second Wildcats were no ither. Right…

…-four days before Glendening forced the turnover against No. 20 Northern Michigan and assisted junior for- ward A.J. Treais' overtime goal, a different Michigan captain led the Wolverines to a dramatic senior…

February 20, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

Wolverines sport a similar 4-0 mark.. The two meets this week round out the dual meet season for Michigan, their next encounter be- ing the Big Ten tourney, also at East Lansing, on March 8 and 9. Michigan…

… State and Minnesota conclude their respective cam- paigns in a meet between the two Saturday on MSU's home grounds. Lascari Leads In the Wolverines' most recent outing, they handily outpointed Il- linois…

… couldn't make Illinois' chances very bright all by himself, Cooper alone doesn't figure to be enough to overcome the entire Wolverine squad. The difference is that MSU Pro Standings has more than just…

… Against Illinois last Saturday on for any Wolverine in the meet. RECRUITING: en MSU RNever-EndingTask' Steve Johnson and Gani Browsh, (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first is likely to be a strong contender o…

… his nat- title since the heyday of M. C. ural ability to add up into what Burton, George Lee, and John he considers to be a future bas- Tidwell who led the Wolverines ketball player for Michigan. to a…

… third place finish in 1958- One look at a player is usually 59 season. That is, until this year. not enough to be sure of a play- Although the Wolverines are er's net worth, but it determines mired in the…

February 20, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREU uck sters in Crucial Contests * * * * FIRST DUAL MEET: Wolverine Thinclads Face Notre Dame 4 * * * [umping Wolverines Face eague Leaders at Coliseum…

Wolverines on the long end of a lopsided 92% to 39%/ score. The Irish squad, however, is much stronger than last year's competitors. * * * THIS YEAR the Irish have made a sprinting start with an easy triumph…

… over Purdue's thin- clads. But the Wolverines have displayed balance and power in For that Hard-to-find TEXTBOOK try Michigan is both favored and rated underdog in tonight's tri- angular gymnastics…

… the pole vault, Michigan's weak spot. Wolverine leapers Bob Evans, Howard Liverance, and Dave Heinzman can be expected to meet strong opposition in high jumper Tom Hassinger who has topped six feet…

Wolverines now possess a 3-1 record in Conference dual meets but have a rough road to hoe facing Minnesota today and a good Michigan State team in re- maining meets. By WARREN WERTHEIMER Phi Delta Theta ran a…

February 20, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 101) • Page Image 9

… dress rehearsal. It's against the Bowling Green Falcons, and it's for sole possession of sixth place. Michigan is currently tied with Ohio State, but the Wolverines hold the tiebreaker edge. The Falcons…

… bit as good as them." Lately, Michigan has proven that. After a 4-14 start, the Wolverines have turned the tide. They are 10-7-1 in their last 18 games and 6-2-1 in the last nine. During that span they…

February 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 121) • Page Image 10

…- dance with NCAA rules, and competed during 1979-80, but was ruled ineligible for the 1980-81 season just a week before the Wolverines' first meet. Instead of losing faith, Machemer worked out with the…

… dedicated hours per day practicing. a _: Bachman ... top diver Wolverine gymnasts pi tumble with Western With practicing every day and going away for meets, Bachman knows that causes problems with her…

… will be a great experience for the men and give them exposure to some of the western competition." And the western competition willbe tough. The Wolverine gymnasts will face Arizona, a team with a high…

…'s opinion, is ready for any challenge. For the Wolverines, Al Berger will be making his first all-around start since his knee surgery last March. The Michigan gymnasts are at the University of Arizona tonight…

February 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… touted Ohio State mat team, 17 to 6. The Wolverine grapplers repeated -their performance of last weekagainst Purdue by win- ning all of the first five bouts of the meet, one by a fall and four by decis…

… hisf first home meet of the season to in- crease the Wolverine lead to 6. This bout also went overtime, each man gaining only a slight time advantage in the regular period. The Michigan star gained, an…

… team took breast stroke, and crawl events, will ton, Del., winning the swimming hon-;better than 24 feet. His work in the is a good indication of his ability, furnish the Wolverines some keen com- ors…

February 20, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 79) • Page Image 13

…-game scuffle results in ongoing investigation The senior forward helped fill the scoring void created when Chris Hunter went down. Brown scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Wolverines. Shannon…

… on Saturday. The Wolverin looked hungry early on. They, too, were ready to fight and make a legitimate case for Ann Arbor as the bas- ketball capital of Michigan. But maybe they were a little too eager…

… Michigan wasn't playing Minnesota, who laid down and accepted defeat after falling behind early or The Wolverines were up against Michigan State, a tea:, with a winning pedigree. After weathering the early…

…, the Wolverines (7-6 Big Ten, 17-7 ov his hand on Amadou, and (Amadou) reacted," Horton said. "I think Amadou should have handled it a little better, but at the same time, I've never seen that before…

… dunk opportunities, he flashed his shoot- ing touch from the outside. At the start of the game, Daniel Horton did what the Wolverines needed. He scored the first six points on two 3-pointers…

…. Unfortunately, he couldn't carry enough of Michigan's scoring to keep the Wolverines in the game. Jevohn Shepherd continues to improve as he aggressively drove to the basket twice on Saturday. Finally, I have…

… gap for both my fantasy team and the Wolverines. Although he scored just six points against the Spartans, he played all but three minutes. On Wednesday, he net- ted 13, logging a game-high 38 minutes…

…-20 from downtown. And it had the chance to sweep Michigan State for the first time in a decade, but 40 minutes and a 19-point loss later, all the Wolverines proved was they're not in the same league…

… yet. Michigan made a statement in January by beating its rivals. But the Wolverines failed miserably in validating that statement on Saturday. So, at least until next season, Michigan will be stuck…

February 20, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

… gross understatement. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, things won't to get any easier for them tonight in State College, where Michigan takes on No. 13 Penn State. The teams' first meet- ing this season…

… came on Super Bowl Sunday, when the Lady Lions defeated the Wolverines 72-70 following a bucket TONTG Michigan N.... 3 P: . . . . . P tans' zone. But compared to Penn State's intense zone, Michigan…

… they had at Iowa," Guevara said. "There's nothing more dangerous than a wound- ed Nittany Lion, (except) maybe a wounded Wolverine." the michigan daily r 1 . A i% I -- r r vi a " Broadview…

February 20, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

… such a nickname is re-educating America had turned the Wolverines out of a . on so vital a subject. Then there is the case of Whittier College in California Big Ten title. In the Conference out- whose…

… his' appendix was the ice. Since the Wolverines played removed in an emergency operation The Minnesota D a i 1 y, student Minneapolis Arena January about ten days ago. nswspaper at the University of Min…

… for not teaching in their first three grid gan year. his Varsity players cagey enough reason. With Jewell in the Wolverine goal, tactics. Two of the fans interviewed Michigan would have been generally…

… the Goph- ers could do was tie the WolverinesPD in one game. PhiBD.Leads When it was first known that Jew- ell would be out of the lineup, titlee Are teThin hopes became nil. Coach Eddie Low- rey began…

… gasoline ad) i low's 1935 single game record by a to Michigan's Wolverines by ignorant point, pulled his average to 12 and a wolverine except the single, moth-eat fraction points per game equal to the rounds…

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