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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…

January 22, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… Jake Townsend was one of the nation's finest cagers. "Jake is liable to make me into a good coach yet," said the Wolverine mentor . . Jake Vs. Jean ... . TONIGHT'S WILDCAT-WOLVER- INE cage clash renews a…

…'s supreme dis- appointment. "That's why I got such a great kick out of beating Northwes- tern twice last year," observes Jake. Wildcats Fight Wolverine Five For Hoop Lead Leading Title Contenders To Battle…

… posts. Ad Vance, whose 22 points this year have helped the Wildcats no end, and Bob Voigts are other important reserves. Coach Cappon unhesitatingly ad- mits that if the Wolverines are able to surmount…

… the eighth round. When the curtain rises at 7 Rallies In Ninth Round fans will see co-captain John Braddock's spectacular finnish, in of the Wolverines clash w the end of the eighth roundo'6......King…

…- Thomas will be out to se vorite in the betting. The Britton, points for the Wolverine squ who had been mainly picked on the he faces Bob Reynolds of th basis of going the 15 round limit with delegation…

January 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

… auspices of Battle Crek college in TMi MP s r i w r rw yr s IMY 7r Y Wolverines Prepare fo With Michigan S Next Saturday. or Meet tate KOON PERFORMS WELL Testing their strength for the final time…

… by ie Varsity cagers 171 With a squad of 68 men to work tainly not in order if the 45-26 were turned into points to swell the1 score is recalled. Wolverine total. Hank Weiss missed with the veteran…

… failed to mea- walls of the Wolverine sport efree ure up to the polished floor per- bailiwick in many Conference The first meet of the 1930 season formance of the Hoosier forces but campaigns. is scheduled…

… times and distances with led the going all the way and had the palm must go to diminitive 'the Wolverines. This meet will be the white shirted men from Hank Weiss who consistently pay- somewhat of an…

… the outstanding-;sprinters in thed in the $25,000 Agua Caliente fense was very evidently based on: h worldutotle pWolverine indoor open meet. ' point scoring ability. Against a from the first step. It r…

… squad boosts Michigan's chances of - ; team so dependent on her attack- Ask for it by name-the finihinghighin he Cnfernceing ability to offset advances of an finishing high in the Conference Wolverine

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…

May 22, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

… grab that title from the Wolverines. For eleven years Michigan track teams have been at or near the top of the Conference heap. For eleven years they have gone away from home to seek the title - and…

… tonight at the end of the first 36 holes of play for the Big Ten title, largely through the efforts of Chuck Kocsis, brilliant Wolverine sophomore, who posted two cards of 66-70 for a 136 'stroke total over…

… strokes aheadI of his nearest rival for individual' honors, Woody Malloy, another Wol- verine sophomore, who carded 71-72 -143. Other Wolverine scores were Cal Markham, 84-78-162, and Milt Schloss, who…

… replaced Carroll Sweet following a nervous breakdown, 84-79 -163. The Wolverine team total of 615 led Northwestern, Minnesota and Iowa in that order. Pat Sawyer, brilliant Minnesota sophomore, who was slated…

…- White Tennis Club by Marie Louise Horn of Germany. The scores were 6-2, 6-2. Teachers Have Lost One Game In Two Years Wistert To Pitch Toda y. Dietz Will Hurl Against Wolverines The ball team that…

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…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… Victory Wolverine Eleven Third Over (Continued from Page 7) eight-letter man, may see some action at quaxter, but will probably be used at half. 'Agony Al' Is Back To replace Warmbein, Coach Bach- man…

Wolverines came back to score 30 points to 21 for Iowa and 17 for the highly-publicized, indifferently per- forming Yale team, champions of the East. Four stellar divers who took eight in nicely under the…

… thirde year. places on the Collegiates helped the Wolverines no end last season and but one, Ben Grady, is returning. Ex- Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld and Derland Johnston, N.C.A.A., high and low- board…

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…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… awaiting their coming with open arms. And just so does Wolverine coach Charlie Hoyt welcome sophomores Warren Breidenbach, Phil Balyeat and Jack Leutritz to his squad. But here complications enter in, for…

… when the Wolverines square off against Michigan State in the first meet. Ross, a strong, smooth- striding runner, took down second in the outdoor Conference meet last spring and, although he has been…

…'s Wolverine track squad gave definite indications that they are rounding into top form as they went through the last in a series of pre-season time trials at the Yost Field House yesterday after- noon. "It…

… looks like a pretty well balanced team with quite a few of the second place men almost as good as the leaders," was the Wolverine men- tor's comment. "The boys appear in good physical condition, and if…

…, has done 49 flat and won the Junior AAU quarter-mile championship last! summer. Hoyt is enthusiastic about prospects for a good mile relay team and ex- pects the Wolverines will improve on their fourth…

May 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

…'erm Fishman, Wolverine left- hander, will be one starting pitcher while Floyd Stromme will probably be on the mound for the Wildcats.t Coach Burt Ingwersen is pinning his hopes for a victory on Shortstop Mer…

… 3 to 2 decision in an earlier appearance against the Wolverines in Ann Arbor. Seek Two Wins With seven Big Ten wins to date, the Michigan nine hopes to clinch its first place position by wins over…

… easily. Diamond gives the Wolverines the edge on team strength, handing them 45 points and only three first places. Ohio is second with 41 points, followed by Indiana with 34 and Wisconsin with 31…

…, defeated the Wolverines by a 5-0 score yesterday, and thus entered the finals of the independent-'division of the intramural baseball tourney. Of the nineteen men who faced Butler in the six innings, fifteen…

… went down by the strikeout route, four popped up to the infield, and one man reached first when the second baseman muffed a grounder. The Wolverines had only one bad inning, but that was bad enough to…

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…

February 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… the banquet, de-a tails for which are being pushed to I[N S NT1 comnpletion by four committees. E The number of committees has Wolverine Pucksters Miss Tries been reduced this year and a cen-j tralized…

… University members. 1 goal from the side of the rink. The Committee Chairmen Named. Wolverines evened matters two Other committee appointments minutes later as Tommy Courtis were annouinced by Monroe as f 1…

… Rosenberg, '30, and Wil- Minnesota carried the play dur-' liam Gentry, '31. ing the first two frames, keeping Entertainment committee: Geo. the puck in Wolverine territory: C. Tilley, '30, general chairman…

… benefit of experience n two meets this season, they are not expected to prove espixally langerous for the Wolverines. Chi- ,ago defeated Purdue 57 2-3 to 23 1-3 early this season, but last week he Maroons…

… Ramsey tre the other Maroon entries, vhile Campbell, Smith, and Mur- ay will represent the Wolverines. The 65 yard high hurdle race ;hould resolve into a duil between Iayden, Conference indoor chan- >ion…

April 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… Eissler And Teams With Jesse Flick To Win In Doubles Tennis Team Drubs Wolverines In Opener,_6 To 3 Fraternity Softball Teams Open Intramural Spring Program Il 'The HOT STOVE By BILL REED- l I…

… trouble with his fore- hand but should be able to iron out this difficulty before the next meet with Western State Friday. The brightest spot in the defeat for the Wolverine team was the play of Ted…

… FRED BUESSER pete in both this new meet and the Old time track fans who jam their olderkPenn Carnival. Thns in 1 way into Franklin Stadium Friday '16 and '18 Wolverine track stars and Saturday to…

…~dred IENVELIOPE2S $ Printed with Name & Address THE CRAFT PRESS 305 Maynard St. Phone 8805 Once again the Wolverines will de- cgrns ao ngchm scend upon Philadelphia with a track cirlsaded cuai squad ranked as one…

… wholesome respect for en sent to Phi the prowess of a Wolverine team that igan and Michia dominated the vaunted varsities of !are hopeful that both east and west from its initial these individual appearance…

May 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

… honors in both the 120 yard. Discus Throw. Empanied high and 220 yard low hurdle races. i Michigan's duet of Brooks and Ec freshman team, the Wolverine Rockaway was a double winner last Sanderson should…

… glory that was not serious threat to his supremacy. both Wolverines havin other nine Big Ten schools in an a last minute sprint but an index t: Other likely place wnners among effort to bring back the…

Wolverine team out as future Varsity stars but a.° Hammer Throw, Schmidt of Ohio State. is rated as a favorite to annex the of the men to receive numera" Holley Campbell of Michigan will Ple Vault…

… foreshadow a successful de- fense of the title won last year, seemed to assure Coach Fisher's men of a place near the top of thej rankings. however the Wolverines hit a snag, and the past four games have been…

… 6-5 score, and Illinois again taking the measure of theirl ancient rivals by a 5-2 count in a gamhe which was played in the rain.' With these losses behind them the Wolverines are sure not to go on…

…-5, the former mark. Purdue have bettered 180 feet, and Campbell and myth will be- the should garner some points. Fel- other Wolverines in the sprints. binger of Ohio State, Brubaker of Relay Has Chance…

May 22, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

… 24.2. Second heat: Won by Mason, (M.); second, Kellner, (Wis.); third, Rob- inson, (Ill.); Time 24.0. Maroons Lead Big Ten Foes With 11 Points, Wolverine's Chances Rest Upon Doubles MatchesI Scheduled…

…-3, 6-1, and John Shostrum of Chicago defeated the Wolverine's Neil Levenson 6-2, 6-1 in the fifth flight. In the sixth Baztle of Wisconsin downed Bill Woolsey, and Ollie Aldeman of Northwestern beat the…

… placed fourth in the Con- ference Outdoor Meet last spring. Michigan Nine Is. To -Engage Western State Wolverines Meet Strong Teacher's Aggregation This Afternoon There Fresh from their 6 to 3 triumph over…

… Teachers aggrega- tion which has victories to its credit over Wisconsin, Notre Dame, North- western, and Michigan State this year. Three Wolverine regulars will not make the trip. Don Brewer, junior…

February 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

… veteran divers in Jim Patterson and Harry Kallman, and the Wolverine quartet of Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld, Ned Dief- endorf, Ben Grady and Der John- ston is in for a troublesome session. Admission will be 25…

… in the return game of the season. In their first meeting the Michigan team defeated Iowa 31 to 27 in an overtime. As in past games, the Wolverines will have a great height advantage over the Hawkeye…

…'s tilt at Urbana will be the Wolverines' first game with Illinois this season. The return game with the Indians is scheduled for March 2nd. After a slow start the Illinois outfit has picked up speed and is…

Wolverines inactionA7Yost3Fie0 of having lost only one dual meet M na nih inthey pYoeW s t Field House in the last eight years. So far this Sthen opofne ahgtonsfLer1season the Leemen have registered…

January 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

… heavy, fast forward line composed' of Tom Prudence, center, Ben Garvie and Len Rutter, wings, is expected to; start against the Wolverines tonight. These three Have carried the brunt of the Point Edward…

… Clute, Charles Levanoyitch, and Frank Manning has rounded out an effective passing attack, with Levanoyitch and Clute doing most of the shooting. Wolverines Get Rest Michigan, after a hectic series at…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… unusual amount of class. However when the gun sounded the end of sixty minutes of play, Minnesota had completed-its second, straight shutout over the Wolverines with a 4 to 0 score. Before a capacity crowd…

… of Wolver- ine fans John Mariucci, star defense man of the Gophers, took the cheery and booes that were aimed at him and retaliated by bouncing the Wolverine players off the boards and making one of…

…. Starting things offhMari- ucci received a cut across the eye which resulted in more tape being added to his already bandage-hidden face.d Staving off a Wolverine drive in the second period, Goalie Falk of…

… the Wolverines. The first score of the gene came after 18 minutes of play in the first period. Capt. Ken Anderson took a pass from Rheinberger in front of the Wolverine net and the flipped the puck past…

October 22, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…, Westfall Each Score 12 (Continued from Page 1) quarter Trosko intercepted Lou Lett's pass on the Michigan 35 and went to. the: Chicago 42 where Miller downed him. The Wolverines were penalized 15 yards to…

… Maroon first string tackle, blocked his see- territory (which -was trampled all nd punt of . the year yesterday day). Joe Rogers traveled to the 18 and put the Wolverines hi a per- on an end-around play…

March 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…- °r and Wood of the Wolverines ver the 75 yard distance. In the 0 yard low hurdles Michigan tands a better chance to gain oints, with Potter and Wood op- osing Siegel of Cornell. Cornell nas a trio of…

… lives E~eaProve Har Worker.Kao Aldinger, while not of the caliber agers to win the campus honors. Let F of the othcr two Wolverines, is a Philbin has taught this year's crew lightweight who has shown…

…-cam- second. pus tournament, and while most of Behind the bat the Yankees are them have a great deal to learn,ASK FO*K1I" TE !strong. Bill Dickey will do most of about the mat game, the Wolverine the…

February 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… Beats t InGreat Drive, 2-1 Wolverines Have Chance To Enter Into Tie For Big Ten Title I ious and the other occupant of the toboggan, Elizabeth Henderson, '38, was unhurt. Miss Goebel did show slight im…

… the discus- brought many violations of unaffil- son, iated persons' privacy and the en- IS.C. Beaten By Wolverines In Track. Meet State Loses To Weakenedl Michigan Team; Stoller Does 60 In :06.2' A…

… banged the. heavier Gophers all round the rink. Fabello, flashing 3, great stick handling and skating ame was all over the ice as he acted s the spearhead of the Wolverine at- ack throughout the later…

… in his lone relief man, Jack Merrill. With the rabid crowd begging for a score the Wolverines put on the power, and the Coliseum was turned into a roaring bedlam when the Scit- (Continued on Page 3…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…, Jarvis Dean, Johnny Rodriguez, and Ted Thorward. While graduation has made serious inroads on the Wolverine tennis squad, the Northwestern and Chi- cago teams, composed entirely of sophomores and juniors…

… Fisher will have another great club next spring and that the Wolverines will once again be fighting for the Conference title. Returning for another season of diamond play will be seven regulars, two of…

July 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

… for assault. Sunday Dance Sponsored By Michigan Wolverine The Michigan Wolverine will hold a "balloon dance"from 8:30 to 11 pm. Sunday at the Wolverine, 209 S. State St. Music will be furnished from the…

… collection of 400 recordings which the Wolverine has purchased. Dance bands represented include Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dor- sey, Kay Kyser, Bob Crosby and others. Requests will be played. Ad- mission…

January 22, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Fight Mars Minnesota Ice Contest Hockey Game Turns Into Fistfight As Gophers De- feat Wolverines, 1-3, In Exciting Ice Battle Woive Cage Team Beats Chicago, 36-18 Dr. Margaret…

… Minnesota-Michigan tempest variety was taken by the Gophers over the Wolverines here tonight, 3 to 1, as the defending Big Ten champions swept the series. Fighting blood which boiled be- yond control climaxed…

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…

January 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

… Union es- a e eai eer Board I Control of Athletics, Pro- emetistakenntal li t psenreeon nrava ptyn t ecording-s eretary by wolverine emblematic of the University.t A men addoutntf with Franc. The French…

…. of the single instance of Benne for the Wolverines with three field sono ta etngaro its own membership, which makes may be bought from 2 until 5 "City Haul," by William Thurnau, Friedman, Dr. Savage…

… fraternities them- Total..........9 4 8 22 four Wolverines were in action at' t His discussion of the subject was Fletcher Hall to be Difficulties and Some Devices." selves. the time the counter was made…

… adsofteftuyr. ds, ;slted in naught. The Gopher de- opera nthe busness of oad ulding in Fletcher hall, dormitory for men WORLD NAVAL AANT fense tightened.- The Wolverines Roun France dates back to the conquest…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

… Iowa, dumped in a short one from beneath the bas- ket, butaHarmon evened that a moment later and the Wolverines drew away to a 38 to 27 lead early in the period, Anapol and Tommy Lind forwards…

… throughout the entire game. The Wolverines outplayed Iowa in every department of the game. They capitalized on 21 of their 70 shots at the basket, while Iowa could hit only 12 times in 71 attempts. Sloppy ball…

April 22, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… his batting, he should be a very val- uable man to the Wolverines. Chap- man, who played the initial sack, for the reserves, is a dangerous batsman but looks unsteady in the field. Both Kracht and…

Wolverines last spring walked off with the greatest nunr- ber of trophies. The Maize and Blue compiled an enviable record in taking three relays, the half, mile, and two-mile events. In addition to the relays…

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…

March 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

… evening five Wolverine wit~Cif Mray ehi~ One Half Point Over Taur{ Promising Ring Card;,eev hncaswllseato rne in the 40 dvah atteInvitational Civeland A. C.It ThatMraywl aesm o Kappa Epsilon. Hina…

… Conference and ennyy veni. .- mp~o f h?*5 tT"rr the fraternity indoor track( mieet- next Tuesday night looms as one of ment this year. will accompany five Wolverines in mea3<s.t p erformers to eve car , thiigs…

May 22, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… Chicago Is Nearing Title As Result Of Semi-Final Round Victory Woolsey Defeated In Singles Match Dean Only Wolverine Left In Singles; Doubles Are To Be Played By ART BALDAUF Chicago's varsity tennis team…

… of Wisconsin, 1-6, 6-3, 2-6, to leave Jarvis Dean the only Wolverine to pull through the 'singles. Jarvis trimmed Tim Twerdahl of Illinois, 6-1, 6-1, to reach the finals of the third flight. He meets…

… Russel Ball of Northwestern today. The Wolverines are basing their remaining hopes in the doubles, which were halted by rain yesterday. Jesse Flick and Jp r'.la Dean meet George Ball and Dick Rugg, the…

May 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…- selves with merely criticizing our politicians" stated Professor Pol- t- 1 3I ] .E i a a 1 ,1 i 1 I i M !F I i , i ; . ,, l ;: , E f MICHIGAN GOLFERS, LOSE TO ILLINOIS, IAN BIG TEN MEET Wolverines Take…

…- gan team that took second with a score of 1,258. The individual title{ was won by Martin of Illinois who turned in a score of 305.j Hicks and Lenfesty were the out- standing golfers for the Wolverines

May 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

… Illini, at Evanston, Illinois, in his lfrst year of major competition ner Veceives a trophy. the Wolverines have only to turn The leader at thiS time is WillIam V At the same time that 'tolan's Phelps, '32…

… relay quartet was made woild doubles and some fine matches have~ grasp of the Wolverines inasmuch college competition, and with a~- champions at that distance with a been played. Schaefer has advanc- as…

… the hammer ~veli over 100 ..eet both in practice and competi- tion this year and should experi- ence iitt.le difficulty in copping firct honors at the Conference meet. The Wolverine prospects are a…

April 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

… in the past by Michigan despite the fact that he has ranked near the top of the Big Ten pitchers for the past two years, was in rare form today as he held the Wolverines to four hits, three of them of…

… Michigan defeat. All togeth- er, 10 Wolverines were left stranded on the base paths. Barry, who worked the first seven (Continued on Page 3) I -s -3-u 0 1-4 --0 ,--- Secretary Hearing Perkins Grants To…

January 22, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

Wolverines have lost only one Conference tussle. Purdue-the third membernof this league-leading triumvirate-checked Coach Dutch Lonborg's five last Mon- day, while Wisconsin was tripping Coach Cappon…

… powerful and highly re-c garded Sarnia Imperials tonight att the Coliseum. The game, which will start at 8 p.m., will be the Wolverine's ninth of the current season and the Varsity will be seeking its…

May 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…; Wolverines Break Own Record By 57 Strokes CHICAGO, May 21 -(')- Johnny Fischer, gangling sharp-shooter from Michigan, ripped par to shreds with a, spectacular finish at Kildeer today to overtake his teammate…

… straight year. The Wolverines scored a grand total of 1163 points, or 60 less than Northwestern, the runners- up. The total also broke Michigan's own team record by 57 points. Min- nesota was third. After…

March 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

… of the Wolverines had a versity of California. Handicapped baby-faced sophomore named Dick by the short period available under Degener waiting for the great Galitz- the best conditions, every…

… became evident that the pitch- ng is further advanced than the hit- ting for Berger Larson, Art "Lefty" Settile and John Gee, who divided the pitching against the Varsity, held ,he wolverine sluggers to…

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…

May 22, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…, South Wing, Uni- versity Hall. All Students who will be on campus for the next three years may enter the competition to be conducted at the Mchigan Wolverine for the posi- tions of personnel manager…

…, purchas- ing agent and treasurer. One need not be a member of the present work- ing force to apply. Applications will be accepted at the Wolverine office, 209 South State Street, from May 20 to 30, during…

March 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…. to al moningpaprs Tursdy. The decease of Professor Van TYale, Williams, and several ther Prey For Flashy Wolverine Tyne has caused University. offi- + r'n colleges have already polled their Tank…

… of the Univer-b ally. The Wolverine natators were at no Williams 'Shows Results. : time hard pressed for first honors, sity and state. TO DECIDE TRADITIONS Of 606 students who voted in the PLAN FUNERAL…

July 22, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

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