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May 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

… hands of the Wolverines last year,t the Detroit Golf club team defeated the Michigan golfers by an overwhel- ming count of 20-7, Friday, on thet Detroit club links. It as the first de- feat of the year…

… for the Michigan club weilderswhohavaj beenconjuring their Big Ten opponents with little trouble. Capt. Addison Connor and Vyse were the only Wolverines able to win in the individual matches, Connor…

… ittempt to garner -its first Big Ten strong fi to annex the X158 pound Jictory when the touring Wolverine Big Ten championship, and was olec- actmen invade Minneapolis tomorrow t(ed to ciltain the Wolverine

… compairative scores, the Wolverines first loss to Captain Beer of Iowa in are favored to defeat the Minnesota the final of the Conference tourna- squad, which has been forced to bow ment in an overtime bout…

… 157 feet 1 inch. WOLVERINES WIN FROM WILDCATS EVANSTON-In its drive toward an undisputed Conference baseball cham- ionship, Michigan easily defeated Northwestern here, 6-2, Friday, for its ninth…

… overshadowed by the Wolverines, the Illini took all three places in the low hurdles, two other first places, and the relay. Tolan, Michigan star freshman sprinter, took the highest number of points for the…

…, Chesler, Sundeen, Peter- son, and Knapp, while the Wolverine lineup will include Moore, Graham, Heaney, Algyer, and Schaefer. Captain Barton and Moore, 1927 Big Ten champions, should be given a. hard fight…

March 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…:_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY ITYTEM TRAIN FOR WEEK-END PTESP1 NY, MARCH 20, 1928 A CriV~II ,,ES HARVARD MEET IS NOW HISTORY; M,.1IA ILME CORNELL NEXT FOR WOLVERINES mryTA By Herbert Tedder 1 ILL IU…

…~I~ll 'Wietemi atm fMclrthrpeaueydpdt;ae w an track followers has been trying places, one of them a first, and also Crajck Idllica (ltfil IM11l Be Second o figure whly the Wolverines should to win the relay, had a…

Wolverines were of┬░ the dual meet season, Coach Steve regarded ais a favorite, bat such Farrell's Wolverine trackmen will was far fronti the case. SomeIC opposeo Cornell universit~y, their tra- cases of good…

… night at Ithica. Munger did1 not habve enough left Corunell, boasting the strongest to finish second. 'team in recent years, is particularly PatPrond howd hmsef t ~anxious to break the Wolverines' Pat…

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…

May 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… rauied at 10:30 last night on a two-ay tr-ip) which in-1 cludles= a game this aufternoonagis Northwesternx at Evanusi n and another! contest tomorrow with Wisconsin at Ma disons. The Wolverine

… in his first Big Ten sta~rt 641, against the Purple and Miller against the Badgers tomorrow., Losers Efi inated This afternoon's contest will entire- ly eliminate either the Wolverines or Northwestern…

… exhibition of error- iiil gedo i1~ II wih aa . i eI l t',ao less ball that the Wolverines bad dis- fplayed on their homne diamond since _ .. the opening Conference game with si. ! Pudue. KrETZ MAY BREAK F…

…-,utterly opposed to theIj )n of the dribble". 149 feet .1 Fnches set by WISCONSIN NET TA iWILL COMlPE'TE. HER !Wolverines IWill Fde. 1r To hloI< ? First Place II ig rTen Tennis StandingY MICHIIGAN IS UNBEATEN…

Wolverine netinen, the only unude- feated tennis team in the Conference┬░, 1will endeavor to strengthecn their holdi on first position at 3 'clock t 1 h ntodWs on i g~ a y vades Ferry field for the second home…

…" lo-t b)y a o 6l-on mcheAanthattMinnesotah 6-3Corne Ag aSeinoa)h Michigan. IIY~ t(Continue l el PrageSven) i Purdue., I Things were rifhiei Mulct for the Wolverines until the fourih in- niing…

July 20, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…......... ...bonnet: Chant de Printemps. . ., Mr. Moore Maud bkkelberg, Accompanist Wolverine Classified Ads bring re- sults. Ads should -be brought in by2 o'clock before day to be run. It is an unalloyed farce, in…

…. Ingalls, after 7. Phone ary." 1599-M. ,N ( DETROIICREAMEtRY ight colored, rim, irfl to WolverineI WANTED HELP WANTED-Write for complete outfit. Free. Sell best Western New York Nursery Stock. Make big…

May 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

… EXPECTED ''p1~u , Daie jmpebradNor Knapp, javelin thrower, al Undefeated thus far this seasonbe newe Wolverines, all Coach Stephen J. Farrell'sWovin :ig their first trip. Dah track team entrained last night…

… play two gamesI during Commencement week. The . University of Cincinnati team has been engaged to meet the Wolverines on June 17 and 18. c -1AS. T The Michigan team was supposed to play Cincinnati on the…

… as goodl OVERCOATS as the average 'team among the lead- ein the Big Ten. Highest Prices Paid for. Between now and the ti~e for the! games in June the Wolverine ball DIAINM ONDS club may take on an…

… the highs and Tarbill and Jones in the lows. Ohio will present in Irwin the only serious obstacle for the Wolverines to hurdle. Hester Favored '.o Wini [ I-ester and Lasser fprm the Mich- igan sprint…

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…

October 20, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…I~eflctions '* PACE MENTIONED F"OR BAR HONORklTq,[ 4 r KCNSTP C EK Wolverine Line Plunging .Attack Loses Ball on Downs Near Buckeye Goal Line,.j OHIO SCORES ON PASS' Continued From Page Oane) first quarter play…

…, registering four of their first downs while Michi- gan's attack was dormant and keeping' the ball deep in Wolverine territory through McConnell's long unts and the work of Fesler andI Fontaine in covering them…

January 20, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

… terrific pa e, but the ifre Thursday night. Some of the Phi, Phi Sigma Delta, 9 o'clock, Delta after their defeat Friday night Wolverines had the edge and forcedT .ayed an old-style four-man de- the play…

… did their plan work verine sextet forced the puck down tc Delta Upsilon vs. Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Ph, Tau at the Wolverines were not able the Wisconsin goal, where Reynolds 8:30 o…

…- matters up. Several minutes after the Tau Upislon vs. Phi elta Cii, Phi Intramural department for .a date. t. The goal looked like an ea- Wolverine goal, Captain Johnson shot Delta Theta vs. Gamla Alpha Ep…

… 3 vs. group 5; group sonatrth" do teFburI 1HEN yuwl elz ha nuuuloprtnt}h~i o ycu. The Wolverines came on the . The battle marked the last appear-2:vs. group 6; group 4 vs. group 8; examinations. All…

… man- sters graduate in February, and their' Delta, junior medics vs. upper dents, nify their intention of wrestling o keep the disc away from the loss will open a gap in the Wolverine fresh engineers vs…

January 20, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 88) • Page Image 7

… for so early in the sea- the high hurdles, however, and is son. The other prospects for places expected to lead the Wolverines in on the relay team included Grun- this event. Potter will also compete ow…

Wolverine Poorman, another "M" man, who side, with the Seymour twins, D. A. has been getting 42 feet regularly, and D. G., the best quarter milers and Brooks, a sophomore, will take on the squad. Freese, a…

… member of care of the shot putting assign- last year's mile relay team, and ment for the Wolverines. Baker and Colby, sophomores, are Besides the above men, who will the other entrants in this event. make…

March 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

…-ple ace, won the event, while Walaitis did not place..A sore leg handicapped the Wolverine diver. Il? tea cwmmate, Rosenberg, tookt se-! GOII(l, while Miller of Northwestern, was third. Northiwestern wvon…

November 20, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 54) • Page Image 7

…' Cleaned-Sized-Repaired conrril o h hr osctv back to Michigan's 49-yard line. A SGre t. timei with 51 points yesterday morning pass, Almquisf to Haycraft, was com- 13 re Phone 8115 over the new Wolverine

… replaced Barnhart for Min iug, the Wolverines finishing in a tie nesota. Nydah made two yars at I Choicest Turkey, Duck, Chicken with Indiana for sixth place with a Mchigan's right guard. Oosterbaan jm total…

… position Cap- Prces-$.-2$7i aeatBxOfc- * made one of the best showings cred-_ ____ ____ ited to a Wolverine entry in a Big Ten championship meet in recent years. I After setting the pace for the first A…

… , mile, the big Michigan captain held his aown the rest of the distance and ! =-iv paed tenth, just ahead of Brady of 'Ioabyabrllan1fneh 1Being the first Wolverine runner to-- finish, Monroe is also winner…

April 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

… the western amlateur at 1to White Bear. t is tOaptnin Wlover, -a long distance pi-, ae; lot of the squad,- figured prominently .4 EXPECT, JAVELIN Wolverine Mainstay SEVENTEEN DIFFEIRENT SCHOQOLS…

… 3:20, while Ames with a heave of 183 feet 2 inches, ence game on the Wolverines 1927 pct? bushed the two mile mark of BOSTON, April 19-Ma~re r while the Rice institute qumber went schedule.z 7:56.2 in…

…. LPurdue and Illinois will ply)1,.hosts tthe Wolverines on M~ay. 5 and 7, Swhile the squad coached by Carlton F. Wells will open the home season on May 1.6 with Northwestern's jour- h ney to Ann Arbor…

…&rtz SMichigan's hard-hitting center field- er, who will lead the Wolverines in their first Conference game against Purdue today on the,- Ferry field dia- m iond. Puckelwartz is playing Ihis third successive…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… TODAY WILL ELIMIN- ATES'INDIANS; STRENGTHEN . MICHIGAN'S PLACE DIXON, JACKSON WILL BE OPPOSING HURLERS Is Fourth Contest Between Two Pitch- ers, Wolverine Ace Holding Edge Two Gamesto One TODAY'S LINEUPS…

… eliminate Lundgren's men from further consid- eration in the race as they have but two more games on their schedule. An Illinois victory would place the Wolverine's chances in a perilous po- sition for it…

… Chicago, where they will give battle to the Maroon aggrega- tion this afternoon. The Wolverines Theaters Will Present Special Showst are fully confident of a victory, but the for Underclassmen After y…

… will probably run in both the mile and of Michigamua, and Barristers, sen- two mile, so that Bowen and Davis for law honorary society. of the Wolverine squad will most like- Judge Thompson was a…

April 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… teammates turned in the best condition a healthy sunburn, the re- air efforts in the hot south- The Wolverines were fav- ood weather and were able e their schedule in the or- been arranged. Kentucky pn fell…

… Arbor iidutrialC Cneeris With bnited Number At Werk start I ess before Parks' isy victim, 2 to 0, iter at Athens. e Georgians were - end of a 6 to 3 d Saunders hurl- he Wolverines di- i Vanderbilt, los…

… during the (ee Number 3, Page Six) Wolverine TrackI Star Bothe red T y Straied Tf do00 Capt. Carl Johnson of the Michg track team will be unable t compete on the cindery f r. several weeks. The strained…

WOLVERINES OCT. 30 Tulane university of New, Orleans will meet Michigan on the Ferry field griiron October 30. The announce- ment of this game was made by Mr. Bartelme yesterday. According to Mr. Bartelme the…

… will be the first one in which the Wolverines have played a southern team since the days when Michigan used to play Vanderbilt an- nually. The Tulane game is the seventh one to be arranged for the 1920…

January 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

… will )41r nounced thuat ther e arie no changes meet. the Wolverines Saturday after- likely in the Michigani lineup w~hich noon at Yost field house in the first>. will stat the game with Inn St-~ home…

…, Iowa have Exclu'sive Lasts. and Patterns nick, who went on the Iowa jaunt, or hein- esgnd ndSod nl2b Bre.It is possible that both of shownth Wolverines i great form, DesgneadSldOnlb an fte gv hssrieaan…

March 20, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

… the hands of1 hel they scored in eight ents and took six firsts ants in the per- Wolverine men a general excel- used by fine train- I the performance can be picked te most conspicuous it was dash in…

… further increas- olverines' total by sprintingl aa close third. Reinke and 'f are strong men in corn- nl form one of the strong- of which the Wolverines can year. Vallely took fourtl, d Wisconsin's only…

…, winnerF of the dual meet three weeks :tack M~artin ranl an excellent race and gained on Wilson o'f Iowa, placing Mi team second. None of the Wolverines were able to qualify in the 440 last Friday night…

March 20, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 126) • Page Image 7

… from the campus. As soon. as clear weather is in; prospect, thee Wolverine coach ex-, pects that the men will get out-] side and try to straighten their shots out before the competition[ to decide the…

… Hurdles 1n the hurdles. events Cornell ap- pears .a top heavy favorite to gain a decided edge. Much depends on 'the' ability of'"Kinney, Wolverine' veteran. who -is suffering from a legI 1njury, to compete…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…. CHICAGO TODAY (Coninuued from Page One) The W'olverine squad will number 22 menci and at least 2> menl will be enter- ed in each event, while in three events there will be i enltries;. Simmtons candl Burke…

… are the- Wolverines to run in the:, dashes, Siemons and Joyner in the qu arter mile and lDougles and Price in the half mile. , in the distance events, Bowen 'and Hattendor~f will step the, mile and…

May 20, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… CHICAGO MEET f -7- -I Will Be the Opponents-of Wolverines Last homeI MICJ{GAN DOPED TO WIN EASY VICTORY IN DUAL CONTEST Michigan students will have their one opportunity of the year to wit- ness the…

… Steve Farrell's charges should have little difficulty in winning the day. Wolverines are counted on for first places in all but three events. I one of these, the mile, there is every chance that a wearer…

December 20, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 75) • Page Image 6

… Ten as a potential second "booy" ,became thatno ariyhnicpe ia aptnta scn "oe The Junior Varsity, handicapped mas holidays, "Doc" Meanwell de- has looked best thus far is a trio the Wolverine sextet…

… ring to encourage the ants. and Dalyrumple will clasl the 120-pound events, both s coming ofd victorious in h k F Y enec during the second period and allowed the Wolverins to slip through for eight…

… all of the Wolverines' tries from beneath the basket resulting in points, while a mixed-up defense also tightened to hold the Junior Varsity to a basket and a free throw. Kanitz, playing in his first…

… ty of trouble as they are all capable which has been sweeping the Guelf of steady defense work. Coach campus were denied in a telegram of syeadyhef norywhrk.iCoach which the Wolverine authorities re…

… competed in the National Wolverine Varsity at center and Figure Skating association last year Coach Lowry plans to build his of- and will do so again this season.I fense around him. Maney, whose They are…

May 20, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

… oudfrIh ~is turn conquieredl the Wolverines by a doing 12 feet t; inches, and 111ff of Chcg high scuatoolsemonly recentlyam single point margin. Chicago relies ?Michigan and Seed of the Illini have…

….Inte(olsteShafelrt- Cn{fue eetlatsao an ye( All final events of tile meet wvil he , indeiet as esnady t is Nlikely tlat f('oueh VFier may' i ers xwi llay the winner of tile La- the Wolverines fell before Northwest- 1zehma…

…. Wolverine-Illinois mett eheldin nteitefaentysre h Michigan's entry in the race for golf teatrno.Edgar suffered anl injury between teafenonenth et rrautern ilseriestile' honors consists of a well-balanced his…

… of the Wolverine team. ( finger. ; held the Senators to six hits, Hls )b b its defeait of Albion Satiir- 0Coach iI i fuw~~Washington 60.Johnus w(lay. Te n"s 11d 1 , five men, but was steady in tile Te…

March 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… AND DISTURBANCES AS WOLVERINES' CLOSFI RIVALS Courses are give in political science --- and I should think these speeches (Late Associated Press Bulletin) Evanston, Ili., March 19.-Deter- might be…

Wolverines, as they realize fully the of Cork was shot dead at 1 o'clock spasmodically during Thursday night odds against which they will con- this morning. The revolver was fired and Friday. Many casualties…

… on to bring in proving the principle of sef-determi- sttine atrthe Borndweburg~ ger nthe majority of the Wolverine points- nation for the Irish people had fulfill- kthed ealy mevworndein ersore He is…

…- balanced team and is expected to push ernment has asked the Allies to per- ical labor elements are everywhere in the Wolverines to the himie.' The 1111- mit it to send German toops to put charge In the…

January 20, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

… method of production. very slow, the Gophers appearing Harry Wallace, '30, general chair- to be tired after Friday night's bat- man, and Charles Monroe, '30, tie. The Wolverines carried the music chairman…

… Issuanceonditions ilolr long shots. Conway aided him'on eOfm Tmporary the first one with a perfect pass Permit that drew the Wolverine defense men to one side enabling the Go- URtiE EARLY APPLICATION pher center to…

… hard one period beginning at noon of Fri- passed the Wolverine goalie from pday, Febgandmendngato ockFr directly in front of the net. day, Feb. 8 and ending at 8 o'clock Michigan continued to carry the…

… compared with six not be required to re-register their for his Wolverine opponent. cars for this occasion. Other stu ot Plenty Of Fight dents desiring to drive at this time, Both teams showed plenty of…

… away from him, and permission be given to any student I evading the single Wolverine de- to drive a car home later than 8 fense man, he drove a hard one 1 o'clock Monday morning, Feb. 11," into the net…

January 20, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… second meet on the Wolverine sched- ule, here Saturday night. Michigan went down in defeat be- fore the veteran Aggie team last Sat- urday night, losing 20-6. The over- whelming defeat was largely due to…

… Wolver- ines is the first mat win for an Aggie team in five -years. The Farmers won four of the bouts on falls and lost three on decisions. Baker, Wolverine 115 p~ounder was counted on for a win in the…

April 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… parties? If not, iry Our skilled Penmakers Service Cooper's Colorerl Wolverine Stomp- (you no more. The only logical ers. Dial 21118 and ask for Cooper.LI to have your pen repaired. 148-49-50 Rider's Pent…

January 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

… Tuesday night Neil Gabler, stellar defense man of the Wolverine team was rushed to the University hospital where he was treated to pre- vent the spread of blood posoninir which resulted from a wound caused…

… hockey club only with great difficulty. In spite of ,this handicap, Gabler played his usual fast and steady game against the Mines team, and his enforced ab- ,sence would hamper, the Wolverine defense…

February 20, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… defeats of thy test of the Illini, who will un-t the season by Illinois, losing 27-2. (doubtedly find the going much hard-I JEast season the Wolverines failedl er than has been the case with the to win a…

Wolverine undefeated 115 pound-; sition for the Buckeyes for the rest t en, is countedi on to add at least twor of the season. At the rate at which poinits, Goldstein, the Michigan heavy- the team has been…

…Xvate-t tiwoioa ()'laces. By winning their f'our r e- , n<. maining tilts, the Wolverines couli a'x ody ahig n' il a e e enih~'M ai-am c iicr go ahead of Ohio State should the 'Tb 0 (coilh (10o0.; nt raId .,ii…

April 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… against the Wo4ve ines, a nine that has batting punch fielding ability and pitching strentlj Their victorious southern tour -an these facts presage that the Hawk oyes will test the Wolverines, Wy, have run…

…. But whethe Twogood can hold the Wolverin "murderers row," which has assauLt ed five enemy twirlers for 30 hits I1 two games in check, will remain matter of conjecture until the gam starts today. Iowa…

… Stars At Bat If Iowa has any edge over the o. verines, it is atabat, for the Hawkeye had a team,, average ol .300 for th seven games on the southern tri while the- Wolverine batsmen estat lished a team…

… forced tb Wolverine squad to complete its pre, parations for today's encounter- i Yost field. house yesterday afternoo STUDENTS HEAR A HEA "The Business of Gas and Its Futui ,Development" was the topic…

January 20, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… Northmen earned the right to first place by the victory over the Wolverines and two tie games against the University of Wisconsin sextet, Michigan held first place before last 1 night's game, with one…

… victory and a tie game with the Cardinal hockey team to her credit. The titleholder will be definitely decided next week when the Wolverines journey north to play Wisconsin ana Minnesota meeting each school…

…- igan team made desperate attempts, especially in the final period to get the puck into the Gopher territory, but the powerful defense of Iverson's team repelled each Wolverine effort to score. With…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

… Michigan's offense. Vogel is Illinois' big man with the, stick and the Wolverine pitchers will use all they have when" they pitch' to him. He is also a finished fielder an>d will be remembered for his…

December 20, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… bautiful "dog" shot. .A amon t the clean of students.; later he added anothier and then t'f,.,.vmn of . 1 i,n wl e- st the Wolverines into a 9-0 l aIl r Front tlv,."e the shlow will mzove :i music…

… unable todrive through E the Wolverine's closely knit de-y fense opened up a barrage of long; ~shots which proved temporarily 1 ieffective. Huff dropped one from Imidfloor to open the second half scoring…

January 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 90) • Page Image 4

…, perdor, 1.20 ie'wui Co., 215 Rh Ave.. .. e f UNIQUE Th a Lead A Colored 1',-, in i12 colors-:11.00 per dez. But you only have to walk half a mile for a good meal at the Wolverine, where college men meet…

…. We specialize on our Sunday Chicken Dinner. Wolverine Cafe The Pride of Ann Arbor Opp. Wuerth Theater "Perchance a lowly sophomore Was ambling down the street, When the blatant beep of a bus His…

November 20, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 54) • Page Image 6

… the ball 1.0 Oa a lateral pass to Nydahl, Puckel- Michigan, giving the Wolverines' first yards before he was downed on Min- O a l and Heston tackled NydahlPkel own on Minnesota's 47-yard line. nesota…

… Minnesota's 15- Michigan's right tackle for first down Minnesota's 22-yard line. Again the Oosterbaan met up with Joesting, the yard line. on the Wolverine's 47-yard line. "Thunderbolt" went through the Mich…

February 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

Wolverine. grappler sev- 50115 of competition. The Xt'olxerie oral time s during the bout and re- leader defeated Wilford, 148 pounder' main there long enough to gain an ad- from the 1926 Ohio State team xvho…

… six minuttes of the 16 to A defeat suffered at C-lum bus in rotit, and then IDonahoe -wet behind the first Big Ten meet last year. It his opponent, by ti: ig the double arm wasN the Wolverine's fifth…

May 20, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

…'I to win tile.meet,' if they liv e up to nre eeteir worf sn teifrm f tenbailonrte15 yard mark. Ahe leInheen overseeing the work of thei strong. Not only is the Wolverine The( ,retead hnwl an th blloi te…

… season. The fourth cut was postedloon the Red's 35 yard lih. Two line it s expected t hat the Wolverines week. Iu si mile Saturday as lie has made that yesreiday and 10 mhen suffered. Twen- plays netted…

March 20, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

… following S itdy the Wolverines .will go to Urlina, for another dual affair with tie Illni. The next week-end the Con - forqz cenPet'wll be held in Chicago. hllnf' fhow ;Strength Several things were made evid…

…- ly that the Wolverines will again have a hard fight to take first place. How- ever, the Michigan squad will be after the, Illini scalp from now on and ddlls men, will be forced to do their best to dpwn…

February 20, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

… men will be fifth on the team. The Wolverine bowlers will clash with Yale in a third match next Wed- nesday afternoon, at the Union. 'FRESHMAN CINDER TEAM WILL HOLDTRIAL MEET Freshman tracksters are…

… Monday night. and Harrison's progress will be watch- Wolverines will return to Ann ed with interest. Prout, Northrup, and or and engage Chicago in the final Huff are the best of the yearling pole 1 'game…

October 20, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

… Howell Assistant City Editor......Kenneth C. Kellar Editorial Board MIN-NIYtG FOR MICHIIGAN In the light of rumors which became current yesterday many enthusiastic followers of the Wolverines are ex…

Wolverine game in Columbus. This is hindrance to their selling even their a good point for every Michigan man one ticket for the highest price which to keep in mind at all times. the necessity of our…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 9

…L iw t t ttl Ext VOL. XXII. No. 168 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1922 PRICE FIVE C 11 I 11 I I4 .: , - WOLVERINES FIGHT ILLINI BEFORE RECORD-FLLED STANDS WITH GOOD…

… track meet by a 71 to. 28 score. UTERITZ AND SHACKLEFORD, who were the mainstays in the wolverine, machine, GENOA MEETING CLOSES ADJOURNED TO JUNE 015 Il L w t , ... up. Foul, strike one, strike two…

July 20, 1929 (vol. 10, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…'s "women's election" in tended to take her responsibility The Wolverine state was the sub- resignation on the ground that he kindly telephone 8069at, 730 Thad "sacriincedthiseusefulness."-IArbor Street. 22…

April 20, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… delegation. The four mile team took a surprise beating from Illinois at Kansas, the Wolverines were favorites in this event but lost out in a hotly contested race. Capt. Freyberg, runn-ing anchor, was defeated…

May 20, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 161) • Page Image 8

… University hall. e'j AIR SHOP 1~J 'Rk All those desiring to try out for the1 THIS WEEK 707K.UnveYiy. hoe GOW '..ALCO business staff of the Wolverine thisj Lobby of American Hotel' *summer see Robertson, at…

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