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February 22, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com SportsMonday February 22, 2016 — 3B Wolverines open season with sweep of Canisius Michigan posts first 4-0 start since 2009 season By NATHANIEL CLARK…

… opposite. The 15th-ranked Wolverines won all four games in the series against Canisius, 9-0 Friday, 6-2 and 3-0 Saturday and 9-3 Sunday. It’s the first time Michigan has started 4-0 since 2009. “The…

… runs in the second game of the doubleheader, four Wolverine pitchers ensured that the offense’s support was sufficient. Senior left-hander Evan Hill started things off by pitching four…

… sacrifice fly by junior outfielder Carmen Benedetti put runners on first and third with one out. Two unforced mistakes by Canisius turned into two runs for the Wolverines. A balk allowed Bivens to…

… left field on the next at-bat to put Michigan up, 4-0. The Wolverines scored one more time in the inning to extend the lead to five. An RBI single by Bruder and a sacrifice fly from Wenson in the…

… fifth created even more separation for the Wolverines. Bruder again singled in the eighth to drive in a run and give Michigan a 9-3 advantage. Bruder finished Sunday with three hits in five at…

… blemish from the weekend was the fact that the Wolverines’ defense committed four errors Sunday, which turned into three runs for the Golden Griffins. Yet Bakich believed the performance was an…

February 22, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Sports Wednesday, February 22, 2017 — 7A Lewis shines in Wolverine debut Miles Lewis may be new to the Michigan baseball team, but he isn’t new to college…

… baseball. After transferring from the University of North Dakota, the redshirt sophomore left fielder wasted no time in making his mark for the Wolverines. As a Fighting Hawk, Lewis finished…

… the 2016 season as the Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year and a freshman All-American. At the end of the season he had a .360 batting average and 63 hits. The Wolverines’ new left…

… weekend is any indication, he will earn a lot more as a Wolverine. This weekend, Michigan traveled to Port St. Lucie, Fla. to battle Seton Hall, and though the Wolverines split the four…

… had the hot bat, leading the team with four hits and driving in his game-deciding run. His experience showed as he spearheaded the Wolverines’ comeback late in the game. He began Michigan…

…’ best day was Saturday, he proved once again Sunday that he could come in clutch when the Wolverines needed it the most. With Michigan down by a run in the bottom of the third, Lewis led the…

… fancy, but it did the job, bringing Thomas home. After that, the runs just kept coming, with the Wolverines scoring three more times. “Main thing is falling back on the training this fall, a lot…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

… for the teams with Big Ten Indoor Championships with one goal Michigan in mind: win a second consecutive indoor title. Brandi Ben The Wolverines compiled 116 points to win sophomore the two-day event at…

… out- "I was h me. got it," For Wolverines refuse to roll 40ver or Indkva BLOOMINGTON - You couldn't have faulted the Michigan men's basketball team if it didn't show up to Assembly Hall yesterday. Not…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…. The In- . quintet had been rebuilt from rear before and was having its hard test of the season. Since time the Hoosiers have improved ly and the Wolverines will be gainst a tough proposition this ioon…

…. iere several wee Wolverines led . has little hone *r in their own gymnasium. .After the battle tomorrow night he Wolverines will return to Ann arbor to prepare for Chicago and J. A. C. next week end and…

February 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…FEBRUARY 22,-- 1929 %,FIE MICHIGAN DAIL P~EBRUARY 22, 1929' THE MICHIGAN DAILY III WOLVERINE TANK MEN WILL BEGIN STIF DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR NORTHWESTERN Meets With State And Wisconsin Are…

… intensive training for the meet with the strong Northwestern ag- gregation, now only two weeks away. - The meet at Grand Rapids. was scarcely more than a workout,; the Wolverines winning easily by a 51…

… both finished ahead of' Bailey in the fancy diving, while Grimshaw was off form, taking fourth. Rose touched out Reif of the Wolverines for a second place in the 40-yard sprint. Michigan had little…

… trouble winning the rest of the events. Next Wednesday Michigan' State will invade the Intramural. build- ing pool for a dual meet, while on Saturday the Wolverines will jour- ney to Madison to compete with…

… Strong The Wolverines appewr to be we'l fortified in the free style with Sea- ger, Walker', Reif, and 0. Gold- smith available for the sprints and Ault a sure place winner in the distance events. Watson…

…. Northwestern will bring the out- standing collegiate diver in the country, Wallie Colbath, Olympic team member, to test the prowess of the Wolverines on the spring- board. Crews of the eastern colleges are…

… Schuykill. TWO OLYMPIC TEAM MATMEN TO REPRESENT WOLVERINES TONIGH T (Continued From Page Six) Purdue, considered the leading 165 matmen in the total number of pounder in the Conference. He will points scored…

… this year, has Buckeye is expected to give the developed fast, defeating Hooker of wolverine plenty of trouble. -p 30 New Spring Topoa s YOUR CHOICE AT ONLY Wr- 1 I I 44 V Hows Your Cap7 $185 5 S…

February 22, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 78) • Page Image 7

… Michigan Daily | michigandaily.com | February 22, 2016 n Michigan culminated a four-year journey to the top of the Big Ten on Saturday at Canham Natatorium. SportsMonday Column, Page 2B Wolverines fall…

… with No. 6 Maryland was nothing short of a heavyweight fight. Each team rode multiple momentum shifts, with most of the Wolverines’ punches coming from junior forward Mark Donnal and…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 12

… before disaster. Michigan's NCAA playoff chances seem to be fol- lowing the same plot line. Once a virtual guarantee to make the tournament's 12-team field, the Wolverines are now on the bubble - an…

… unfamiliar perspective for a team that last missed the NCAA postseason in 1990. And while Michigan graduated quite a bit of goal- scoring talent from last season's national championship team, the Wolverines

February 22, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

… season for the Wolverines, playing a key role on the Wolverines' penalty kill. Michigan coach Red Berenson has made special teams a key concern this season. SPower play keeps Blue from slipping By MARK…

… finishing it. Sophomore Luke Glenden- Winnett's fifth goal of the sea- Sometimes you'll see that pass, but ing thought to himself, "Man, we son sent the Wolverines into the it never gets finished." should…

February 22, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 99) • Page Image 12

…4B - February 22, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily com In first test,'M' alls . to defending champs Junior Jason Jung along with freshman Evan King helped the Wolverines to garner the…

… N.C., the Wolverines faced sixth- ranked defending national cham- pion Duke who showed Michigan what they lacked to take the next step toward a championship, beat- ing the Wolverines 5-2. Michigan got…

… been solid all season and we were really confident in our ability that we could beat that team." After her victory in doubles, Nguyen - with the best record of any Wolverine, continued her flawless play…

…-manuevering and out-hitting the Wolverines. A 2-1 lead soon turned into a 5-2 defeat. Junior Denise Muresan found herselfin another very tight match. In a very close tie-breaker, she lost the first set by just one…

… tie-break, but could not hold on. She was only able to hold serve once in the next two sets while losing 6-7, 6-0, 6-1. Despite the loss, Michigan had many positives. For one, the Wolverines showed…

… Sroczynski at the second spot, the Wolverines (3-4) took the early 1-0 lead in the dual match. They earned the point as a result of taking two out of three doubles matches. The Wolverines have won the doubles…

…." North Carolina wasted no time capturing the lead, winning the first set in five out of six singles matches, with Madden being the lone Wolverine with a lead after a set. The Tar Heels' depth was too much…

… for the Wolverines to handle - five of of North Carolina's six starters are ranked in the top 125 by the ITA. Three of North Carolina's singles wins came in straight sets. No. 67 Evan King lost at…

… in the What began as a solid first week- bottom of the eighth to defeat the end for the Michigan baseball team Wolverines 4-2. quickly turned sour. The same could not be said for The Wolverines opened…

… and host From there, things just got worse Texas Tech for two games apiece. as the Red Raiders blew out the Michigan opened by sweeping the Wolverines 18-5. Gamecocks in dominating fashion, "Everybody…

February 22, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 82) • Page Image 7

… the player who he deems made the most impact. But after the Wolverines’ win against Cleveland State on February 10, the honor was given to Josh Fryd — the head of the grounds crew. “We wouldn…

…,” Fryd said. “We probably spend more time together than we do with our own families.” While they may not be playing on the field in front of the Wolverine faithful, the Michigan grounds crew is…

…, if you had one shot, or one opportunity To seize everything you ever wanted, in one moment Would you capture it or just let it slip? Yo! This is the Wolverines’ last chance to end the…

… course since then. Michigan has lost four out of its last five contests, falling to Purdue, Rutgers, Michigan State and Minnesota — all opponents the Wolverines were expected to defeat. Because of…

… yet another end-of- season collapse, the Wolverines find themselves on the bubble, and the game against the Terrapins is their last shot during the regular season to secure a spot. Snap back to…

… reality, oh, there goes gravity The way things are going, Michigan could very well be disappointed come post season. If the Wolverines fail to make the NCAA Tournament it would indeed be a snap…

… Spartans, the Wolverines committed 26 and 23 turnovers, respectively. And while Michigan had 16 turnovers in the recent loss against the Golden Gophers — less than the season average of 16.5 — they…

… season, so her absence could cause the Wolverines to be even more nervous. “We don’t think we’re probably gonna get her back this season, which is tough,” Barnes Arico said. “I mean, she’s a…

… still critical for the Wolverines. Flaherty and Dunston have never been to the NCAA Tournament, so it will be interesting to see if they can make the most out of senior night by securing a spot…

…: Disciplined defense fuels Wolverines in recent surge During the last weekend of January, the Michigan hockey team suffered two straight defeats to Ohio State. There are much worse things than going…

February 22, 2017 (vol. 127, iss. 35) • Page Image 8

… past weekend. While some of these players could be recognized by certain fans of the Wolverines, such as senior forward Alex Kile — who was injured last weekend — or junior forward Niko Porikos…

… opportunities. Because of his status on the depth chart, Berenson will place Talcott on defense if the Wolverines lack a blueliner at practice, another obstacle in his desires to make an impression on the…

February 22, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

… on its way to a statement win, as the 17th-ranked Wolverines (12-5 Big Ten, 23-7 overall) took down a resurgent Penn State, 72-63 Wednesday night. And just for a little effect, the always…

… joked after the game. Once again Poole lifted Michigan with a much-needed offensive spark, finishing with 13 points on 4-of-8 shooting. Once again, the Wolverines’ defense carried them to a big…

February 22, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 99) • Page Image 9

… that is the Wolverines' 2009-10 campaign. And it became another addition to the growing list of frustrating losses. "There's no question about it," Beilein said in the postgame press conference…

…. "Sometimes, you're helpless, you're absolutely helpless in it - and I know those times are helpless. But I know we're capable of more." The Wolverines shot 35 percent from the field and just 21 percent from…

February 22, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…'s overtime victory over the Wildcats at Welsh-Ryan Arena on Tuesday evening. Wolverines out-claw Wildcats in O to capture series sweep Junior guard Matt Vogrich hit three big 3-pointers against Northwestern…

… bucket." Coming into the game, the Wolverines knew they'd have By BEN ESTES plenty of looks from long range Daily SportsEditor because of Northwestern's sub- par defense. 4STON - Michigan lived But they…

February 22, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969 Upset minded Illini sophomores severe threat to 'NI' gymnasts Wolverines The Lineups take on…

… Harrison Mike Price Greg Jackson 6-8 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-8 By DAVE HANNES The up and down Wolverine cagers will attempt to extend their Big Ten win streak to three this afternoon in a battle with Il- linois. The…

… Jackson. who stands 6-8. Jackson has been a big scorer for Ilinois, holding the schoolrrecord for most points by a sophomore center. He was effective against the Wolverines In that duel, Michigan played…

…, the cham- not particularly impressive against pionship is theirs. the Wolverines scoring only three "Orhiggster.lemthpoints, but Scholz played an cx- "Our biggest problem this year cellent game making…

Wolverines' ability to stop the opposition from scoring. "It seems like defense just isn't their bag as the saying goes. Mich- igan has an effective zone but not a great one. I can't understand why they don…

… eight rebounds while hitting for 19 points, which came mainly on difficult jumpers from the corner. As far as the Wolverines were concerned, the Illinois game was one of their finest team efforts of the…

… season. The scoring was' -Daily--Andy Sacks WOLVERINE FORWARD BOB SULLIVAN drives around two Illinois defenders for an easy lay-up on route to Michigan's 92-87 upset over the Illini in their last meeting…

… last week at the Events Building. VI WOLVERINES POWERFUL I Dave Jacobs STONED!! "stereopticon" STONED!! "Marx Brothers" MAD MARVIN at the Vth FORUM I I SGC Announces PETITIONING FOR SGC President…

… Events Building. j eon because you do it yourself The Wolverines,,seventh ranked in the nation, stunned their pa- I Wax! WA5'11NGrot4 trons in the sparse crowd of 286 by falling behind the eager Gop- i…

… HOURS After Rubin had pulled t hej Wolverines even at 6-6 with a - ____- 4-1vtriumph over Terry Sworsky, __Jim Sanger provided the turning of the match when he convincing- N O Nly trounced Sworsky's twin…

February 22, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 88) • Page Image 10

… predict." While competition for this year's Big Ten Championships may be a sur- prise, the Wolverines can still rely on the hard work they have already put forth this season. Currently, two of the…

Wolverines have qualified for indoor NCAA Championships - sophomore Teyonna, Simpson in the triple WEST L jump and senior Katie Jazwinski in the the What:The BigTe mile run. When: All day Sa "The only thing I…

February 22, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

… boredom In five games over three days, Blue shows resiliency with 4-I record By CASANDRA PAGNI Daily Sports Writer No-hitter? No problem. Junior pitcher Jordan Taylor threw a gem for the Wolverines this…

…. "We don't get caught up in who we're playing, we worry about playing good softball." In the championship game, Oklahoma State got on the board first in the second inning but the Wolverines didn't panic…

February 22, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

… the road, the Wolverines reeled o five straight victories over Pitt burgh, Ohio U., Ohio State, North western, and Indiana. The first half of the seaso gave Bay a good indication tha his team would be…

… were recorde over Illinois, Minnesota and Wis an consin, while Purdue was also co ,e quered 19-12. Probably the mos important match of the season sa- s' he Wolverines tie Iowa on thi of road 15-15. The…

… MENDRYGAL, seen here working oni escape from Ohio Michigan wrestlers recently completed Mendrygal's easier University's Steve Wolfe, was one of t to post wining records in the Wolverine dual meet season…

… Thanks to Notre Dame's double defeat at the hands of Denver, and Michigan's series split with Wis- consin, the Wolverine hockey team now finds itself in its best shape of the season. With only four games…

… remaining, the Wolverines are currently tied with Colorado for seventh place in the WCHA standings. The Irish, who host the Wolver- ines next weekend, have now fallen into sole possession of ninth place and…

… will need a two-game sweep over Michigan to give them a good shot at making the post season playoffs. After taking a 5-1 thrashing Fri- day night, the Wolverines moved back into the playoff race by out…

February 22, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

… half, at least. The Wolverines - riding a three-game win streak, includ- ing a huge win against NEBRASKA 57 Michigan MICHIGAN 39 State on Saturday - forced three Corn- husker turnovers in the opening two…

… continued with t hopefully it was can move on." The Wolverine 19-7 overall) kept ers' offense cold f minutes, but Neb scorers - senior Moore and junio dan Hooper - helped build a five-point lead after…

…, senior Sheffer hit a lay Wolverines' sco The rest of the ha a back-and-forth Jordan's 10 poi rebounds helping take a 22-18 lead a "We ran a lotc the game to (Jo Arico said. "Early straight plays for: , so…

… Michigan gotto the Corn- nts and eight huskers before eventually falling the Wolverines by 18 points. at halftime. After having back-to-back of stuff early in strong offensive games, Thomp- rdan)," Barnes…

… a 57-39 rout by No. 24 Nebraska. Both the Wolverines and Cornhuskers struggled to find a rhythm on offense, exchanging leads throughout the first half. Michigan started the game in a man…

…, the Wolverines took advantage of a struggling Husker team to take a slim lead at the break, 22-18. The second half was a differ- ent story. As Michigan sank into a 2-3 zone, Nebraska went on a 21-0 run…

… while the Wolverines' offense seemed to vanish. With- in an instant, a game that Michi- gan seemed to control became too much to handle. "The second half we came out dead - we didn't have any ener- gy…

… our defensive game especially." The Wolverines couldn't find an answer for Huskers' senior guard Lindsey Moore, who fin- ished the game with 15 points and eight assists. Moore not only controlled her…

… minutes, so I mean they exhausted her and did a tremendous job on her defensively, and she seemed a little bit tired." The leading scorer for the Wolverines this season, senior guard Kate Thompson, shot an…

Wolverines con- tinued to allow Nebraska to shoot through their zone, no one stepped up for Michigan on offense. Several times in the sec- ond half, the Huskers doubled Thompson and Sheffer, leaving sophomore…

February 22, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… take the doubles point, as it rled in both remaining matches. But the two remaining Indiana State doubles teams got hot quickly, while the Wolverines went cold. The Sycamores built off of each other…

… doubles Ben Cox and Anthony Jackson also dropped their match for the Wolverines. - The contest marked the first time this year Michigan dropped the doubles point, and it was devastating. The Wolverines just…

Wolverine, that as of late, have engulfed the media and fans surrounding Michigan hockey. The Boston Globe reported this week that "it's all but a certainty that Hilbert will turn pro when his sophomore…

… for the pros, but nowhere The Wolverines will open up their Big Ten season against Illinois and Northwestern -- two of the top teams in the Big Ten -before going out west to San Diego to face the…

… academics, but itris not your typical spring break for a collage stu- dent. We will still play tennis everyday and twice on some days and work on fitness and training." The Wolverines will spend the beginning…

… last fall and improved a lot during the first two weeks of the season," Ritt said. "Now I think she is making another jump." near the magnitude that could affect the Wolverines this season. In addition…

…. , The Wolverines already lost two players in the past two years to pro hockey = defenseman Mike Van Ryn and center Mike Comrie. Three early exits after this season would border on the dangerously…

… Weber Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's golf team had little time to savor its victory after win- ning the Lady Aztec Invitational last week. Tomorrow through Sunday, the Wolverines will compete in…

February 22, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

… over the Wolverines last night. Michigan, which trailed by just four points at the end of the first half, commit- ted five turnovers in its first seven pos- sessions of the second frame. Illinois then…

… went on a 13-4 run before the Wolverines knew what hit them. The surge gave Illinois a 13-point lead that it never relinquished. The loss puts Michigan on the brink of NCAA Tournament extinction with…

February 22, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… the Wolverines held tight to their opponen- ts the whole game, they suffered in the end, losing to the Broncos, 85-80. The cagers had a 13-point lead at one time in the first half, but the end of the…

… stanza saw them clinging to a four-point'advantage, 37-34. Foul trouble plagued the Wolverines throughout the second half, with center Natasha Cender fouling out and forward Abby Currier walking a…

… to their capabilities,", she explained, the Wolverine discounting the possibility that the Wolverines had nionshins on 1 , 85-80 e Broncos. ninated the game as she contributed 30 rebounds to the…

Wolverines effort. Conlin followed closely with 26 14 caroms. rhich lost to Michigan State by 33 poin- d, was expected to be blown out by the tern team that had nipped the Spar- sure didn't happen. The…

Wolverines' ands at 7-13, while Western's has been 4. have one more home game this season western this Saturday, starting at 4:00 s game against Iowa. Northwestern, 'as seeded first in the Big Ten Tour- a game…

…'ve handled well. do the same swing (as the other events). You swing Most specialists on the Wolverine squad competed in the laterally." all-around to some extent in high school, later deciding to Most of the…

… MICHIGAN CENTER Abby Currier threads a pass by Western Michigan's Mary Przygocki in last night's 85-80 Western Michigan win. Currier scored 30 points in a courageous effort as the Wolverines saw their record…

… 79, Purdue 72 Wisconsin 81, Northwestern 80 Sunday's Result Minnesota 72, Louisville 71 BUT TOURNAMENT HOPES LINGER: Orr cas By DAVE RENBARGER ' As the Michigan Wolverines watch their current Big…

… by the end of the year. And since they can take only 12 players along on road trips, the Wolverines will likely sign 2-4 prep cagers this time around. "We look for all-around players," said Orr. "We…

…." While Russell heads the list of in-state recruits, the Wolverines have their eyes on more than a few other players. In- cluded on that list is Eric Watson (6-1, Detroit Cass Tech) Rob Gonzalez (6…

February 22, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 78) • Page Image 8

… session and every home meet during his time with the Wolverines. Every Saturday for the past four years, his team has stood under that banner and sang the Michigan fight song together. It took Bottom…

…’-level qualifiers for the NCAA Championships who didn’t make the Big Ten meet. On one wall, a clock counted down until this summer’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and on the other side of the pool, Club Wolverine

… — the Olympic hopefuls training at Canham in preparation for this summer — swam alongside the current Wolverines. “And this is just the men’s side,” Bottom said. “And then we have the women’s side…

…. The year before Bottom took over the women’s program, the Wolverines finished eighth in the Big Ten and hadn’t won the conference since 2004. Bottom believed the pieces were in place to reach…

… motivating you every day, and I’m going to miss that.” The Wolverines made incremental improvements every year, from 36th to 30th to 22nd at the NCAA Championships, from sixth to fifth to third in the…

… points. In the 200-yard butterfly, Astrid Swensen did the same. It was then that Bottom knew his team could pull it off. Senior captain Sarah Kamstra said the Wolverines went into the finals saying…

… Hoosiers won the final event — the 400-yard freestyle relay — and Michigan was disqualified, the Wolverines would still win. Then Michigan won the relay by two seconds anyway. So the final moments…

… of the meet weren’t a conclusion as much as they were a coronation. The Wolverines stood on the pool deck as the conference handed out the relay awards, and then the individual awards, and then…

… shoot from behind the arc, take care of the basketball and played through their stars. But on the Wolverines’ Senior Day, Michigan outperformed its counterpart in the fourth quarter to pull off a…

… 78-73 victory. After the Wolverines started the game on a 10-3 run, the Nittany Lions called a timeout. After the Penn State players stepped onto the floor again, their defensive pressure…

February 22, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

… Purdue, the always-pacing Borseth took a seat between his assistant coach- es. Thanks to his team's stifling defensive effort, Borseth got to watch the final few minutes from the bench as the Wolverines

… shut down the Boilermakers, 72-36. It was Michigan's second big- gest margin of victory this season. The Wolverines beat Belmont by 37 on Nov. 25. "It's not easy to sit down inthese games," Borseth said…

… defensive adjustment by the Gophers. But in the locker room afterwards, Wolverine players were well aware where the blame should fall. "We missed some open shots," sophomore DeShawn Sims said. "They didn…

… their long- range shots, including their first four of the game to take an early 15-Slead. But Michigan responded from the early surge, going on its own 14-4 run to square things up at 19. The Wolverines

… injured senior forward Chad Kolarik and play on the Wolver- ines' first line for the first time this year. Without Kolarik, their sec- ond-highest scorer, the Wolverines will need Turnbull and others to…

February 22, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 81) • Page Image 10

… Michigan State sophomore Joe Duda brought the house down with a Spartan record - 57.30 in the all-around last year. The Wolverines are still looking for their first win of the season when they take on their…

… more than 13 points Sunday. "I have heard that they have been scoringswell and area very solid team," Martins said. This is not the first time that the Wolverines have seen the Spartans this season…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… identical' scores of 82-30 yesterday to ex-' tend their unbeaten streak to eight. The Wolverines, who looked impressive in walloping Michigan State, 732-382, last week, looked even better yesterday, as they…

… be building up for a peak that they hope to reach this Friday. Gompf Excels The visitors managed only one first against the Wolverines. This came in the trampoline event where Tom Gompf of Ohio State…

… Yost Field House. . Wolverine matmen won only7 two of the eight bouts and drew in another in a meet character- ized by lethargy and missed chances. Coach Cliff Keen was content to let the results speak…

…." The Wolverines' record is now 5-4, but Michigan has a reputa- tion in recent years of perform- ing better in the Big Ten meet than the dual-meet record would have indicated. Michigan State jumped head…

…- long into the title race by nosing out Minnesota Friday night, at East Lansing. Johnson said his team was not at its best Friday, and was somewhat sharper against the Wolverines. Wolverines Flat At any…

… rate, there was little doubt yesterday that Michigan was flat. Several Wolverines let opportunities for takedowns or falls slip by. Others had several good chances for getting out from underneath, but…

…) was one of two Wolverine matmen to post individual victories yesterday as he topped 157-lb. Harry Schlieff, 8-1. Gymnast Rich Montpetit (left) picked up a second in still rings, plus two other seconds…

Wolverines board- ed a plane early yesterday morning -for the Madison campus. Although the locale changed, the complexion of the meet was no different than that at MSU. Wisconsin couldn't cope with the great…

…. Maten (M); 2. Wisc.; 3. Ware (M). Time - 2:29. 440-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY --. 1. Michigan (Tashnick, Hopkins, Mor- breaststroke was also indicative of the Wolverines' overall team depth. The trimly…

… previously undefeated Frank Legacki by a foot to win the 60-yd. freestyle. Carl Woolley made amends in the 100-yd. freestyle to upset the Wis- consin star. Joe Gerlach was the Wolverines' sole representative…

February 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… Minnesota Goal i Michigan's forward line pictured above has not been shut out-this year and has been one of the better scoring trios to represent the Wolverines. Dick Berryman (left) has scored less times…

….-a STAR DUST By ART CARSTENS - Michigan Will Meet Badgers Here Saturday Distance Races Feature Zepp, Smith,_Ottey Wolverine Captain Entered In Mile Run; Relay Team To Attempt New Record Michigan's track…

… team will make its initial home appearance in Yost Field House in a triangular meet with Michigan State, and Michigan State Normal College. The meet will begin at 7:30 p.m. Although the Wolverine squad…

… in the mile, and will be supported by Clayton Brels- ford. With Smith out of the half-mile, Abe Rosenkrantz of Normal, who bat- tled the Wolverine captain in his rec- ord-breaking run, will be…

… PRESS ace. 206 N. Main - Downtown Coach Keen intends to start the (Next to Postoffice) same lineup that defeated West Vir- ginia last week. The 118-pound match will be forfeited since the Wolverines READ…

… squad will be intense. ney, record low qualifier in the Na- Cal Markham, the Wolverine cap- tional Amateur and a member of tan, has indicated that he may not the 1934 Walker Cup team, has an- o able to…

… is yet an- sis, who played with him, and the other race in his system which night Wolverine star looks to Hoerner as easily, come out Saturday at the ex- one of the future stars of the coun- pense of…

February 22, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 78) • Page Image 10

… start the game tied at 12 points apiece, with Robinson — who hit five 3-pointers in the Wolverines’ upset of the Terrapins in January — scoring seven quick points and showing off a rare inside game…

… with two layups. But after a seven-and-a-half- minute stretch in which Michigan missed 13 straight field goals and fell victim to a 17-1 Maryland run, the contest took on the look of the Wolverines

… Terrapins’ scoring run with a layup and later picked Trimble’s pocket for a contested fast-break layup as part of a 7-0 Wolverine run. Walton and seldom-used sophomore forward Kam Chatman also…

… little trouble in the first half,” Beilein said. “Thank goodness, because that thing can go the wrong way very quickly in this building and with their team.” The Wolverines ended up showing a…

… regular-season schedule. The loss was the end of two notable streaks for Michigan. With Walton’s offensive foul marking his fifth of the game, it was the first time all season a Wolverine has fouled…

Wolverines started to chip away, eventually cutting the lead down to six points with just more than a minute left. Maryland tried to extend the lead back to double digits before halftime, but two big…

… aggressively, though, even as Michigan’s only weapon to combat Maryland’s size. Five minutes into the half, Abdur-Rahkman found Donnal again, and the big man slammed down a dunk, giving the Wolverines

… an easy bucket from point-blank range. The Wolverines actually had the edge in offensive rebounds, 12-9, but Maryland capitalized on its second chances more, scoring 13 second-chance points to…

… big performance in Michigan’s Big Ten opener at Illinois, Donnal has established himself as far and away the Wolverines’ best option down low on both sides of the floor. Against Maryland…

Wolverines fell, 86-82. Compher powers top line W ith the Michigan hockey team on the power play against Ferris State on Friday night, junior forward JT Compher cradled a pass from fellow junior…

February 22, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… Smith Daily Sports Editor A quick multiple-choice question for. Michigan coach Tommy Amaker: Why have the Wolverines faired so poorly on the road? Is it due to: A) A lack of confidence; how Iowa lost…

… for lack of con- sistency and effort in practice. Crisler Arena just three times in the past 398 days. Luckily for Amaker, tomorrow his Wolverines will face a team on the road with many of the same…

… his four years as a Wolverine. "I don't know if it could be something as simple as how we travel or what we eat. I really don't know what could make it better." Senior icers By Chris Burke Daily Sports…

Wolverines can clinch at least a second place finish in the CCHA standings with a sweep of Ohio State. State for first in the CCHA and ranked 10th in the Pairwise Rankings, the Wolverines need two victories…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 11

… ceremonies caused him to, as e put it, "get a little misty eyed." Senior associate Athletic Director Peggy Bradley-Doppes led the cere- monies, reminding the Wolverine faith- ful that they were losing a "solid…

… worker, a father figure, and man of great integri- ty." Bahr, who has been the head coach of the Wolverines for the past 21 years, will take over as the wrestling team's ath- *tic camp coordinator after…

… this season. Dring his tenure at the helm of the Wolverines, Bahr has recorded an impressive record of 221-119-6, second only to the man whose name is engraved obove the door of the building that housed…

… Sunday's jmeet, the legendary Cliff Keen. Bahr has led the Wolverines to two second place finishes in the Big Ten,' and seven top-ten finishes at the NCAA Tournament. 'ahr's success as a coach and a 9aher…

… litttle misty-eyed" in his final home meet at Cliff Keen Arena yes- terday. Bahr has coached the Wolverines for 21 years. under him," McFarland said. "Since I've had anything to do with wrestling he's been…

… keep the program going strong, no doubt about it," assis- tant coach Kirk Trost said. "If we needit he'll still be around for coach McFarland and I to ask questions." Bahr and the Wolverines still have a…

… lot of work yet this season. The Wolverines host the Big Ten champi- onship March 7-8 at Crisler Arena and will then head out to the NCAA Championships at Penn State. friend of mine fancies herself a…

… year, when, she says, it finished "last in every sin- gle competition, literally - dead last. It was really bad." Since then, howev- er, the Wolverines have improved with leaps and bounds. The center of…

… and urse. letting people know that we're really serious." -------- With a team victory in this weekend's meet, the Wolverines finished the season in second place in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference…

… to Kepner, the Wolverines are not just hoping for second place.: "If you do a halfway program,"; she says, "you're not gonna be in the; same game. We're ready to take it to, the next level." - Jim Rose…

February 22, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 79) • Page Image 7

… quickly arranged a cot for Thomas to sleep on in his own room. In his time with the Wolverines — during part of which he balanced his coaching duties with a full law school courseload — he continued…

… School from 1881 to 1882 and played in the Wolverines’ 1882 season, leading the once-beleaguered squad to a 10-3 record with his strong hitting and catching. His brother, Weldy Wilberforce Walker…

… of occasions, the Scarlet Knights were able to break the Michigan’s full-court press and find an open shooter. For every layup a Wolverine converted, a Scarlet Knight would respond with one…

…-ball foul here, a shooting foul there. Even with the discontinuity, the Wolverines were able to open up an eight-point lead. In the midst of a sloppy possession, the ball found its way into the hands of…

…. Charise Wilson cut the deficit to just two points heading into the break after capitalizing on a slow defensive rotation from the Wolverines and hitting a three from the wing. The seesawing nature of…

February 22, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 79) • Page Image 8

…. The Wolverines, too, were who they’ve always been. Specifically, that means an offense that occasionally struggles to score, but a defense that usually turns one half of the court into a 2…

…,350-square- foot torture chamber. It’s not always aesthetically appealing basketball, but it’s gotten Michigan to No. 7 in the nation. The Wolverines are perfectly content with that. “I think that they…

February 22, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 81) • Page Image 12

…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 22, 1996 MichiganOp en totest'M'swinmers - Invitational gives some Wolverines an opportunity to end season with a splash By Doug Stevens Daily Sports…

… Ten Championships are always nice to win, dreams of Olympic glory and national champion- ships have undoubtedly motivated the nucleus of the Wolverines' squad. Since October, the Michigan swimmers have…

February 22, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

… these freshmen that we really do know how to run." The exceptional freshman class, along with the development of key seniors, has put the Wolverines in position to make a run at the Big Ten Championship…

…'s tennis team captured its record 36th Big Ten title. At the time, the next closest school to the Wolverines was Illinois with seven championships. But since then, the Fighting Illini have estab- lished…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 14

… in question, Guevara's optimism in her team's future rose with yesterday's win. The third-year coach said she saw in her team the type of mentality that the Wolverines will need if they want to contend…

… games and maybe even take the tournament. " And as Michigan eyes next week's tournament in Indianapolis, it will be first-round opponent Minnesota, standing in the Wolverines' way. .In.Minnesota, Michigan…

… conference tournament which will begin on Friday. Lemire's role for the Big Ten tournament will be to use her experience of being there before to guide the young Wolverine squad. "You need to say little things…

… ever. The Wolverines, who will most likely receive a No. 6 seed in the conference tournament will be looking towards Lemire, one of the few of the team's upperclassmen to help them break out of that…

February 22, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

… three year Michigan ca- reer yesterday afternoon at Crisler Arena (formerly t h e Events Building) and led his Wolverine teammates to a 95- 87 triumph over the favored Minnesota Gophers. The Hamtramck…

…. The Wolverines are now 4-6 in Big Ten play. The ,Minnesota loss ended the Gophers' fleeting hopes for a con- ference championship. They are now 12-8' overall and 6-4 in the conference. THE OPENING…

…, but the Gophers fought back and the two teams traded baskets until there were eight minutes remain- ing in the half. Then with Minnesota holding a 29-28 lead, the Wolverines reel- ed off eleven straight…

…-50 and a little later creeped to 60-59. Each time, however, the Wolverines ran off a skein of points to preserve their lead, and in the second case the resulting SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: JERRY CLARKE…

… accounts. Minnesota com- mitted 20 turnovers compared to Michigan's even dozen, and the Wolverines stayed withthe taller Gophers onl the boards - both teams pulled down 57 rebounds. "We were hurt with…

… home meet, team captain Ron Rapper posted a 9.6, the high- est score of the day to lead the Wolverines, who solidly reinforced their position as favorites for the national championship. In fact, Illini…

…-around, as he totaled a phenomenal 54.85. Mc- Curdy scored 53.55, while at the two Ilini competitors, Ed Ray- mond and Bob Swonick, tied with 51.5. Wolverine Coach Newt Loken was delighted with the result of…

….9. -Associated Press Rudy bags two against Gophers WOLVERINES FALL, 25-8 Spartans topple Grapplers I _________________ ~Iu IN THE YEAR OF Red hot Rudy MICHIGAN MINNESOTA Tomjano'vich Carter P ord Fife…

Wolverines to a 95-87 victory over the Minnesota Gophers. The game was not the last one Tomjanovich will play be- fore a home-town crowd, but it certainly was one of his better ones. Rudy's point total was the…

….' The Gophers couldn't keep Rudy away from the defensive boards, though. The Wolverines' senior repeatedly snapped the ball away from the Gophers' 6-7, 6-6, 6-6 front line. And Tom- janovich was as…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 16

… that both took first and swam the second leg of the 200 medley relay that took first as well. Eberwein, who returned to the Wolverines after a two month lay off from Epstein-Barr syndrome, finished her…

… left and see what happened." Also winning an individual title for Michigan was senior Cathy O'Neill who won the 400 IM. It was O'Neill's first Big Ten title for the Wolverines. Jen Crisman won the 100…

February 22, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 119) • Page Image 8

…, 1985 Page 8 Whoa... Broncos irst, then the layofs By TOM KEANEY It's a free weekend for the Wolverines. Oh, they'll be playing hockey alright, a home-and-home series against Western Michigan, but the…

… CCHA. Even a sweep against Western would keep the Wolverines in seventh, since they trail sixth-place Ohio State by five points. SO MICHIGAN can kick back and en- joy this series. Or can it? "We…

February 22, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… competition. The last dual meet defeat for the Wolverines came at the hands of the same Buckeye squad in last year's encounter at Columbus. Michigan freestyler Jack War- drop warmed up for his encounter with…

… turned in by Bob Knox in anchoring the free style relay. The Wolverine junior kept pace with All-American Dick Pen- nington over most of the 100-yard distance, only to fade in the final few yards. His…

… lead in the wild race for second place in the Western Intercollegiate Hock- ey League, and an NCAA playoff berth. If the Wolverines can manage to beat North Dakota twice this coming Friday and Saturday…

…-50 chance" of making the playoffs," says Heyliger. His squad is tired and he looks for North Da- kota to be "awfully rugged." wolverines Follow Syracuse, NYU in AA U Two-Mile Relay 1 I A sparkling 1…

… Push Button II Excellent Personnel to please you:! was followed by New York Univer- sity and the Wolverines. George- town's Hoyas laced fourth and highly-touted Manhattan dropped to fifth. Michigan…

… Buckeyes, who haven't beaten the Wolverines since 1949, will offer topnotch competition in the broad jump, 60-yard dash, mile run, and the mile and two-mile re- lays. The squad from Columbus will also press…

…, 2.5 seconds bet- ter than Michigan's time against Notre Dame. Wolverine mentor Don Canham admits this may be the most interesting event of the day. The quarter-mile will see Bur- nett vie against…

Wolverines' Pete Gray, who raced to a meet record of 1:54.5 in the 880 against Notre Dame, faces a stiff test when he faces Bartels, who has been clocked in 1:55.0. Bartels finished fourth in the Con= ference…

… squads, and should provide the Wolverines with a good warmup test for the Big Ten meet, which will be held at East Lansing, March 4-5. COLLEGE BASKETBALL, Ohio State 72, MICHIGAN 68 Iowa 89, Illinois 70…

February 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… problem of keeping our ath- etes eligible. Varsity Swims To 57-27 Win Over Gophers Natators Cop Every First Place And Crack Three NationalRelay Marks (Continued from Page I) Reidj, continued the Wolverines

… Record This made a total of 19 relay rec- ords that the Wolverines have set this year-four in the free style, nine in the back stroke and six in the breast stroke. Minnesota was able to take but five…

… nursing his bad back. The tall Wolverine star, whose ability to play varies with the condi- tion of a troublesome sacroiliac, scrimmaged for two five minute stretches and declared that he "felt pretty good…

Wolverines will not pull their punches when it comes time for that killing last lap stretch drive. The two-mile, an hour later, will bring together a fresh Schwarz- kopf and a Rice who will have run a tough…

… out and battled the Var- sity almost to a standstill. Coach Eddie Lowrey's Wolverine What was more indicative, how- hockey squad will leave late today for ever, was that fact that Coach Fish…

…, Bob for the Wolverines Saturday night Antle, All-State man from Saginaw, would raise the hopes of both the Carl Bernstein, and "Red" Bruce, an team and their local followers before Indianapolis boy…

… the Wolverines, John Mariucci and company will find themselves confronted with an entirely revised #9sOuTW and much improved Michigan squad. In their first two games it was M O N TH -EN Michigan…

February 22, 2016 (vol. 125, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… effect of water crises as well as long-term Wolverines keep intensity up all week, hold off Indiana for victory By COLE ZINGAS Daily Sports Writer Saturday night, in a unified leap, the…

… the course of the four- day Big Ten Championship meet, the Wolverines beat out the 12 other Big Ten teams and claimed their first Big Ten title since 2004. “The only way to put that in words is…

February 22, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 81) • Page Image 8

… especially not on defense. The team took Horton's intensity to heart. After giving up 84 or more points in four of their last five games, the Wolverines finally showed up defensive- ly. Michigan's man…

… freshman Brandon Naurato was born in 1985, which is the same year juniors T.J. Hensick and Matt Hunwick were born, and it could be argued that he hasn't been a freshman for a while. Wolverine freshmen Tyler…

… season, it seemed just the opposite, but recent weeks have shown how important the Wolverines' youngest players will be to the team's success or failure. Two weekends ago, captain Andrew Ebbett and…

Wolverine. Hensick has tallied three goals and eight assists over the last eight games. He proved just how valuable he is to the team when he notched two assists to spark a three-goal comeback in Friday night…

… that we can't rely on them every game. We're a part of this team, too, and we have to take after their leadership." If the Wolverines can get some of their freshmen going, they will pose a threat to any…

February 22, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… Minneapolis, site of this year's Big Ten Championships. ;r the team's history, Michigan has won the tournament 31 times, and this weekend the Wolverines hope to add one tothe total. Since taking the reins in…

… 1983, Urbanchek has accounted for 12 of those titles, including a streak of 10 consecutive from 1986-95. Last year, with the championships home-at Canham Natatorium, the Wolverines captured first place…

February 22, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 86) • Page Image 9

… are once again contenders for the coveted CCHA crown. After the Wolverines tied Northern Michigan twice last weekend, Michigan State sits only two points out of first place - making a repeat conference…

… him about the Wolverines' seventh-consecutive loss, and about his added responsibilities of handling the basketball all alone - since his backcourt teammate Jamal Crawford was watching the game on…

February 22, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 118) • Page Image 12

… at Crisler Arena. They combined for 22 points, 20 of them in the second half, to lead the Wolverines to a stunning 75-64 upset of the 15th-ranked Boilermakers before 11,538 wild and crazy fans. The win…

… boosted Michigan's Big Ten mark to 8-7, and kept alive the Wolverines' hopes for a post-season tournament bid. Purdue, now 9-6 in the conference, dropped to third place. "We really moved and hustled, par…

…, and I just happened to get loose." Daily Photo by LISA KLAUSNER Purdue managed to narrow the age, Wolverine center Paul Heuer- Michigan margin to 65-61 with 1:14 to ivotman Joe Barry Carroll during play…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… win from Northwestern and a 'defeat at the hands of Wiscon- In the first game of. the trip with Northwestern the Wolverines experi- enced little troubl~e in carrying . off honors, .although the Purple…

… and White played better basketball than they displayed on their recent in'va- sion of Ann Ardor. Defense "Strong- .At no time did Northwestern threat- en the Wolverines, for the latter were leading 'by…

…,-respon- biblea for 19 of the Wolverine points. He figured considerably, in the de- fense with Paper., Hard luck shtots and Wisconsin's pm' handball doubles tournament this afternoon at the handball courts inj the…

… basement of Waterman gvmn a-, NOW $1.00 gettin~g the breaks, spelled defeat for the Wolverines in this air-tight af- fair". Although. the Badgers never. se- cured the tip-off in one wi'tance dlur- ig the…

… game they held the Wolver- i ines scoreless from' the . field 'in the first half. Every man on both teams played: a hard game, and the contest was one of the cleanest rough gamesI that a Wolverine team…

February 22, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… experience on the road under its belt before the inevitability of traveling for the CCHA Tournament in two weeks time. The Wolverines (7-15-2 CCHA, 10-18-2 overall) see the upcom- ing series as the perfect way…

… any good if you're givingup four or five." It's no secret that part of the reason for the Wolverines' piti- ful goals-against average is that they have yet to find a consistent presence in net. Since…

February 22, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

Wolverines had their backs to the wall, desper- ately fighting to gain a berth in the Western Collegiat Hockey Association post-season playoffs. Tonight, however, when the Maize and Blue invade Notre Dame…

…'s sparkling Athletic Convo- cation Center here, the shoe will be on the other foot. Entering last weekend's play, the Fight- ing Irish were deadlocked with the Wolverines and Colorado Col- lege for seventh…

February 22, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1949 THE MICITCAN lA T 6-.- a- rSA. W.. .aa , .a. wa.,u 1r r.a V Va.y V! Y" .vt 11.t 1 - Cagers Wolverin Trounce e Natators Pur ue Scuttle V in See-Saw I1 Vater…

… 53-47 the Wolverines opened up again. BILL MIKULICH, who started the game in place of Hal Morrill at forward, landed the first blow after slightly more than five min- utes had elapsed and from then on…

… 0 0 21 11 13 53 Michigan 26, By CAL KLYMAN Pushing the highly favored Illi- nois tumblers all the way, an un-( derdog Wolverine gymnastic squadI bowed to the Ilmini before a capa- city crowd at…

… Champaign by the score of 50-46. Pointing for the biggest gym- nastic upset of the year, an in- spired Michigan aggregation al- most caught up to the Indians in. the last event of the meet. The Wolverine

… side horse, giving up the first position to an- other teammate, John Fin ai. Wolverine Captain, Dick Pash- baugh, turned in his usual good performance by accounting flor a! first in the flying rings. Tom…

… Till- man of Michigan took third place in this event, with Jack Sharp, of the Illini, capturing the middleI slot. The Wolverines will attempt to avenge this defeat when they meet the Ohio State Buckeyes…

…- sheet. ing Minnesota, 65-18, at the I-M Saturday afternoon he had pool yesterday. whipped Northwestern's highly re- It was strictly no contest for garded Charlie Chelich. the unbeaten Wolverines as they…

… and after a minute and forty seconds had elapsed he had taken five shots and made five buckets." The Wolverines had their best night of the season in the shooting department making 34.2 per cent of…

…. The Wolverines looked good in ringing up 4-1 and 6-3 decisions{ over the Golden Gophers, but the I Maize and Blue received a blow which may prove to be of very se- I rious consequence. Ace defenseman…

…. The Rochester doctor who ad- ministered to Starrak estimated that it would be at least two weeks before he would be able to return to action. This is the part that'will hurt the Wolverines for in the…

February 22, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

… race for the Wolverines. possible until disaster struck in the final event. The Wolverines entered the de- ciding contests, the mile relay, trailing 65-61. But a pulled muscle sustained by Milt Robinson…

…-important one. Close Rivalry This was the seventh time in eight years that an Illinois-Mich- igan dual track meet hasn't been decided until the relay. Individually, the Wolverines had much to be proud of, an4 the…

Wolverine defense, feint- ed Childs way out of the cage, skated around him and placed the puck into the nets with sickening ease. And still another goal was scored at 3:09 by Bob Turk, whose shot deflected…

… off Hayton and passed hCilds before he saw it. This made the score, 6-2. But the superbly conditioned Gophers never let up. Again they skated past the Wolverine de- fense. Westby took a pass from Burg…

… an dslid the puck under- neath Childs. One of the few pleasant hap- penings during the evening for the Wolverines was the showing of sophomore Bochen, who scored two goals. White Improving And Bob…

… College, and North Dakota, while Michi- gan remains deep in sixth. Besides being a hard night on the Wolverines, the referees also FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Minne- sota - 1 - Burg (unassisted) :11; Michigan…

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