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April 21, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… Basic Issues of the Eighteenth Century." The chance to deliver the Russel Lecture is considered the highest honor the University can pay one of its faculty members. 'M' Defeats Notre Dame Wolverine

… Pitchers Baffle Irish Sqad By RUDE DIFAZIO Michigan's doubtful pitching staff came up with two solid per- formances y e s t e r d a y against weak-hitting Notre Dame to give the Wolv'erines a sweep of the…

… seven Inning contest giving up three singles and no runs to be- come the Wolverines' first shut- out winner of the young season. Boros was the hitting star, con- necting for a home run over the left field…

Wolverines' final run. Never in a Hole Clark was never in a hole. He allowed a hit in the first to Ed Hurley, son of the American League umpire, and then retired the next seven batters in a row. Gene Duff y…

April 21, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… from photographers, radio newsmen and reporters. * * * .I Wolverines Steamroller Wayne, 11-1 National Roundup By The Associated Press DETROIT - Gov. G. Mennen Williams said yesterday a long list i ii…

… of hits. Center- fielder Dan Cline opened the in- ning by beating out a slow roller hit to the second baseman. FRANK RONAN, Wolverine sec- ond sacker, bunted and Wayne catcher Dick Gogolewski threw low…

… the similarities between imperial 1,Fraternity House presidents last on the FOA sponsored trip. In ad- started for the Wolverines and set architecture and that of the me- night voted procedural changes…

April 21, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…, 15-3. The Wolverines had little trouble with the Michigan State team, tying only one match and winning the others. The greatest opposition came from a stiff north wind that played havoc with almost…

… Dame third with 49 5/6, and Illinois fourth with 28 2/5 points. The Wolverines took the lead in the meet when they swept through to a victory in the mile team race, and held it through- out the rest of…

… had trpuble settling down and handed Mike Sofiak a free ticket to first base, and the little Wolverine shortstop was so pleased with this generosity that he stole second a -minute later. Steppon Triples…

April 21, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… the mound chores in the Conference inaugural for both teams. For the Wolverines it wiil be slender Jack Barry, the soft-spok- en junior who has advanced from the relief role he held last season t the…

… Michigan Lineup The Wolverine lineup will be the same as the one which played through most of the spring trip. Leo Beebe will do the catching, hard-hitting Elmer Gedeon will be on first and Pete Lisagor…

…- h n aI g al At Champaign Squad Of 25 Is Chosen For Meet Tomorrow; Gedeon Misses Journey By DICK SIEBK The Wolverine track. team leaves late today for Champaign, Ill., where they will open the outdoor…

… campaign against Illinois tomorrow. Coach Charley Hoyt has named 25 men to make the trip. While the Wolverines are expected ,to polish off the Illini without too much trouble, just how well they will do…

April 21, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… schedule this afternoon with a loose- ly played victory over Ohio State. The final score was 12-9, the Wolverines being forced to put down a belated Buckeye rally to win. Captain Berger Larson went the route…

… greatly. In the eighth Ohio loaded the bases but scored only one man and could tally but once in the last session despite a pair of hits. George Rudness, fleet Wolverine center fielder and regular lead…

April 21, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… here today to even the two-game series at one decision apiece. Coach Ray Fisher altered his bat- ting order for today's game and the change had its effect in the fifth in- ning when the Wolverines

… had the edge in extra bases, getting a triple and single to Regeczi's double and single. c Williams' triple came in the third inning and paved the way for the first Wolverine run of the afternoon…

April 21, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… :NINE DOWNS MICHIGAN IN OPENING GAME BY 2 SCORE INABILITY TO BUNCH. HITS IN PINCHES BRINGS DEFEAT TO WOLVERINES MISS SCORING CHANCES Three Innings End With Wolverine Runners Left On Third Sack; itchers…

… Stage Duel Inability to bunch their hits in the pinches proved the stumbling block for the Wolverines in the opening of the Big Ten Conference schedule and forced them to submit to a 2 to 1 de- feat by…

… where unable to score when once the men were on the bases. The Wolverines left 11 men on the bases, while only four members of the Purdue nine were stranded. In the first, second, fourth, and seventh…

… certain home runs. Purdue's in- field performed admirably, Wise, the catcherv being guilty of the only mis- play of his team. No errors were counted against the Wolverines, Kubi- cek's close play in the…

… sixth inning be- ing counted as a hit. Wolverines Outhit Purdue Don Miller, the star pitcher of thie Michigan nine, staged a pitching duel with Maxton, the ace of the Purdue squad. Miller allowed seven…

… hits, struck out six men, passed one man, and hit one batter. The Wolverines made eight hits, secured four bases on balls. Davis and Morse were given free passes to first base, both bet" hit by pitched…

… when Gilbert, Wolverine right fielder, tripled with two out, but Da- vis grounded out. In the fourth, Ku- bicek opened with a single, and ad- vanced to second when Maxton issued a base on balls to…

April 21, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

… .of Panama was ratified to- Of the 10,623 students now attending Perrin Led Wolverine Batsmen With the paper was merely read before the day by the senate. It provides for a the University 6,472 , are…

… much for Ypsilanti SENIORIT T PLANT oratian was 59 to Normal college in the first home game 19, or d1 more than the necessary of the Wolverine diamond scheduletw-hrsmory. I EA BUR M N ofth olern daon…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… SERVICE 0 VIII. No. 140. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1918. PRICE THREE C .. WOLVERINES WN BUT TWO SCONDS IN DRAKE EVENTS ILLINOIS OUTSPEEDS MICHIGAN RUNNERS IN HALF MILE RELAY JOHNSON…

… Southerner travel the distance in nine and four-fifths seconds. Illinois beat out the Wolverine sprinters in the half mile relay. Chicago Wins Carnival Chicago led the carnival in the Un- iversity with 10…

April 21, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…. XXVI. No. 137. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRI, 21, 1916. PRICE FIVE CEN f_:y VARSITY DEFEATS OLIVET IN FIRST HOME ENCOUNTER VISITORS ARE SHUT OUT WHILE WOLVERINES GATHER FIVE TALLIES ROBINS…

… permitted to hurry down to catch a train back to the regions whence they came. Robins was in danger at no time during the course of the game, the Wolverines staking him to a three run lead at the end of the…

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