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May 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… the 1928 Nationale safe until the sixth inning when Open tournament, the Wolverines double and three singles resulted. had things their own way over the r in two runs. In the eight the Wol- entire route…

… Arbor with another victory. eight hits. Poor baserunning by The Wolverines to make the jour- Tompkins when he was caught ney will be Ed Hammer, Colby Competition in the inter-class between second and…

Wolverine squad left imiedi- ately for Urbana, where they are slated to meet the strong University of Illinois outfit at the Urba Country Club on Saturday. A day of practice in preparation for the meet is in…

… Minnesota, the only remai- ing team on the schedule is not as strong as they have been in years past and are conceded little chance against the fast moving Wolverines. . I GOLFERS VOTING ON STYMIE RULE Ch…

April 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… Doherty said. The Illinois meet will probably be the strongest outfit for the Wolverine first year men to hurdle. Freshmen are working out daily in preparation for these meets and have been- augmented by…

… the addi- tion of two distance men. Boylan in the mile and Elrod in the 440. COLFERS ",PREAE TO FACE SPARTAN'S TH R EE WOLVERINE CAPTAINS GAIN REGULAR BERTHS ON VARSITY NINE Wolverines to Play Hurons…

… clash on the dia- mond will start at 4:05 o'clock today, weather permitting. Verne Compton, ace of Fisher's mound staff, will probably draw the pitching assignment for to- day's game. The Wolverine main…

… brand of opposition to be expected from the East Lansing boys is unknown, but several times in years past they have managed to provide sterling oppositinn for the Wolverines. After the surprise…

… sports will play regularly on the 1931 Wolverine nine. Tompkins, who led the hockey sextet to a Big Ten title last winter and was named as goalie on the all-American team is also captain of the diamond…

March 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…-2. Winig was entered as the t Wolverines' third man in the foils and lost his first match to Yoakum 1 5-3. In the second round of the foil, division Lovell defeated C. Mayo, 5-3 and Winig lost to L. Mayo, 5…

…, and take two first places in the high and low hurdles to make him the high point man of the meet. with 10 to his credit. Clark of Cor- nell finished but an inch or two behind the Wolverine entry in the1…

February 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…vh-up FIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,"'NDAY, FITDUARY 22, 1931 Wolverine arsity agers efeat osiers, 33a24 I IN[IPHILADELPHIA'S PENNANT CHANCESI DEPE NDON VETERAN PERFORMERS I(T TFID P AC E (ditor…

… because of injuries. The fact Coa bell and Veller. that he was extremely lucky in this too The Wolverines were tied for respect last year doesn't mean that had Norm Daniels once again led his Lady Luck is…

… to win the game. Eveland, f...........2 5 9 against a Conference opponent. The Weiss, f.............. 2 2 6 Wolverines started out their first B BIG TEN STANDINGS Daniels, c.......... 4 3 11 year with…

… Score of 14-3 to Give Varsity Thorough Trimming. linois walked off with the fenc- meet at Champaign last night en they defeated the Wolverines the one-sided score of 14 to 3. Conference champicl h ve a 1…

… MINNESOTA, 51-13 Schmieler Sets New National Collegiate Breast Stroke Record for 220-Yards. Purdue Wins From Wisconsin f llmin i, Swrn Chlirfc as the Wolverine captain droppc i zs wamps%.ui cagu; of his…

… Illinois last week, but are vel also took defeats as his share still favored to win their second7 the meet. Winig and Powers, the major championship of the year er Wolverines on the trip, did when the final…

… conference opposition by the overwhelming total of 51 to 13. The Wolverines flashed real style and speed and held the lead for the en- tire meet. The 440-yard relay team of Mar- cus, Fenske, Klintworth and…

…-fifth seconds. in Intramural Sports Valentine and Meigs, Wolverines, captured the second and third The Intramural Sports building placehonors respectively to keep management recently issued a re- he Michigan…

February 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

…. Fullerton. Two goals, coming late in the final period with Michigan valiant- ly trying to protect a 1-0 lead, gave the Wolverine hockey team a 3-0 victory over Wisconsin last night in the wildest, wooliest…

… five Wisconsin players were constantly circling the Wolverine net, trying to break through to knot the count st a single goal apiece,I but between periods of play the combatants on both teams took time…

… from which to With these two victories over I build up a rormidable infield and Wisconsin and Minnesota put away fOR outfield. Although there are only in the Wolverines' favor, prospects I RNT 1 three…

… t o w i n just about the whole show, although over Purdue when the two teaiis he was given able support by every c ash at Lafayette tomorrow eight. other member of the Wolverines, The Boilermakers…

… and took a shot at the goal. TI. e break away may puck hit the stick of Goalie Chick upset the dope for, Frisch, and rebounded out on the the Wolverines. ___ playing surface, where Crossman Michigan h a…

January 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

… practicec after the lay- poer ists in their attempts to r off yesterday the Wolverine cagers tape 5 chzincling-Stribling fight went through a long drill on the ic(~'ago r ..scourt and wound up the day with a…

…. opening of the Conference season,ofRcn'Rabes Mixing up the lineup a bit for dui'ing which lthe Wolverines willi the scrimmage Veenkeji: made a face six teams. A11 Eig Ten schools m i~ir~ Ublue team with…

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