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November 24, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 49) • Page Image 7

…24, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Play-By-Play Story Of Game Reveals Mass Strength O f Ohio Victors Tally With Ease In EveryPeriod Wolverines No Match Foi Deception And Power O1 Touted Scarlet…

…- gan's line for a first down on the Wolverine 13. Bettridge dropped a pass from Dye. Heekin drove over right tackle for nine yards. Heekin plunged to Michigan's two yard stripe. Bettridge then carried…

… list of Michigan flankers who one of the stalwarts on defense. De- have gained All-Big Ten and some- spite the fine array of backs that times All-American honors. sshave opposed the Wolverines, he fre…

… Oosterbaan, made the All-Big Ten have proved to be a very important team in '31 and '32. The most re- cog in the Wolverine offense. A na- cent selection was Ted Petoskey on tive of Elkhart, Ind., Pat will prob…

June 24, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ichigan Golfers Begin Defense Of National - Sjx-Matn Squad In Title Play At.Washington Fischer And Koesis Lead Wolverine Team Picked To Retam Championsl i bed by two former low…

…, present Big Ten champion, a member of the 134 Walker Cup team, and medalist in the 1932 collegiate meet, and Chuck Ko- pia, brilliant junior star who led the Wolverines with his low score in the 36 holes of…

…- ford and Southern California, if rep- resented by complete teams, will be installed as dark-horse contenders. 60 Stroke Lead With Fischer and Kocsis leading the way, the Wolverines this year com- pleted…

… one of their most successful Conference seasons, sweeping the Big Ten meet to finish 60 strokes ahead of Northwestern for the 72-hole grind after dropping a dual meet to the purple, the first Wolverine

… brilliant sub- par 70. Fischer last year left school .9 play with the American Walker Cup team in England, where he won his only match. The big Wolverine leader is also a two-time low medalist in the National…

… years, Malloy has been a consistent low scorer and has aided materially in the Wolverine successes. He was eliminated in the match play of the national meet last year by Kocsis. Three-time city champion…

… of Ann Arbor, he finished second in the 1934 Big Ten meet and third this year. Besides the Wolverine entries, out- standing contenders for the indivi- dual crown include Yates, the present champion…

May 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

… double victory in capturing the crown now held by Illinois. Mich- igan is host to the meet for the first time since 1923 when a Wolverine team scored a 1/2-point victory over Illinois with a total of 57…

… Four Holes To Lose One Up_ Olin Dutra and Jimmy Thompson1 came from behind in yesterday's match with Johnny Fischer and Chuck Kocsis of Michigan after the Wolverine pair had them two down on the 14th tee…

May 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

… at that time. To the Members of the Michigan Wolverine: The Board of the Wolv- crine has declared that each member- ship now has the value of $2 and requests that all members call for their refund…

May 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 173) • Page Image 6

…x THE MICHIGAN DAILY A )werful Wolverine Track Squad wil0peii Drive For Title ward In Final I Appearance As Miehian Star rersatile Wolverine And Owens Meet In Series Of Individual Duals smith…

… schools, the Wolverines encountered only little competition wInning all three by such topheavy scores as 105 to 21 over Minnesota, 69 to 57 over Ohio State, and 81 to 45 over Illinois. These meets…

… and Paul Gorman, if=° he is in condition, should also win points in the 880-yard run. Dangerous In Hurdles In the hurdles, the Wolverines pre-, sent a dangerous combination. In addition to Ward in the…

May 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 173) • Page Image 7

…1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Eestern State Rallies In T~ird To Beat Varsity Nine, 8 To 4 TeitelbaubnAnd Regeczi Smash " s Teachers Get Even Break In A Two-Game Series With Wolverines

… the University of Michigan baseball club, 8 to 4 today. It gave the teachers an even break in the two-game schedule with the Wolverines. Western State has won eight games in nine starts against tern…

…. ' Captain Harvey Smith will lead the Michigan thack team in its attempt to win the Big Ten track title today and will be entering his last meet as a member of the Wolverine squad. Smith will run in the 880…

April 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

Wolverines; Six Runs Unearned By KENNETH PARKER Michigan won its second Confer- ence baseball game in three starts by routing an erratic Northwestern club in a loose contest yesterday at Ferry Field, 10 to 4…

…. Art Patchin worked the entire nine innings for the Wolverines, allowed four runs, eight hits, and struck out twelve. Had it not been for Al Ped- erson, Wildcat slugger who took his responsibility as…

…'s ten runs were made with the aid of eight Northwestern errors, four of which were made byl Merrell, the shortstop. As a result six of the Wolverine runs were unearned, all but one of the errors proving…

April 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… Siegel and Bob Anderson head the list of the invading1 Wolverines. The captain will, of course, play the No. 1 position, while Anderson will meet the Ypsi No. 2 netter. Miller Sherwood will play at the No…

…- papermen (rightly dis-credited) with a miscue when he charged in on a slow hit ball and bobbled it when he tried a one-handed pickup. Opinion on the Wolverine bench was that Paulson didn't have time to get…

…'s scorebook registered a hit for the Wolverine outfielder, giving him a perfect batting record for the day, but the sports scribes gave Merrel an error. Woods and Kimbell, Northwestern's hurlers, didn't have…

… enough stuff to fool Michigan's hitters. They fanned only two Wolverines, while Regeezi, Ford and Teitelbaum hit five balls as hard as any hit during the afternoon, but they weren't propelled toward the…

… over last year when he didn't get a sem- blance of a base hit in two games against the Wolverines. It was teammate versus teammate when Clayt Paulson faced Ray Kim- bell, whorelievedWoods in the sixth…

… Stewart, Northwestern coach was impressed with the manner in which the Wolverines conducted themselves. He remarked during the course of the game "If Michigan is as good a team all season as it is today…

February 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… instruction compared with long-established colleges and universities. Team Bows, 33-19 Crippled Wolverine Team Defeats Minnesota, 3-1, To Gain Championship Sherf And Heyliger Account For Goals Maize And Blue…

… Poser and Gilly IOWA CITY, feb. 23. - (') - MacDonald, the Badger's great guards Greatest of all Michigan swimming held six Wolverine forwards without teaestal twogn s eicn a single point. teams…

… warranted Coach Cap- Taylor Drysdale, Jack Kasley, and pon's faith in him by outplaying two Ogden Dalrymple of the Wolverines' Wisconsin centers to take high scor- set the sensational time of 2:59 in the ing…

… honors with 13 points. Entering 300-yard medley relay, bettering thei the game near the close of the half, Rudness speeded up Michigan's at-^Amercan rcord by44seconds tack and was the only Wolverine to…

… defeats. Minnesota needed a victory last night to tie for the title. Fifteen hun- ired fansusaw the undisputedtitle lipping out of the Wolverines' hands in the first five minutes. Before three minutes had…

February 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IAGE THREE Powerful Indiana Wrestling Team Defeats Zerbo Defeats I Hockey Team Shows Airtight B a dge r s Beat Dworman In Defense In Friday's Tie Game Wolverines To By ROBERT J…

…-6. Wally Heavenrich and Seymour Rubin were the only Wolverine mat- men who were able to turn in victories for the Maize and Blue. Heavenrich met Howard Bush of the Hoosiers in the 135-pound division and in a…

… was needed and after it had ended awarded the decision to the Wolverine wrestler. This was Heavenrich's seventh victory in as many starts this season. Seymour Rubin Wins Seymour Rubin defeated Howard…

… of Indiana had an easy time with Ed Kellman in the 118-pound division and punished the Wolverine severely throughout the match winning by a time advantage of 8:39. In the 126-pound class act- ing Capt…

…. Ollie Cellini of the Hoo- siers rolled up a time advantage of 7:00 over Alan Rubin of Michigan. For a while it looked as if the more experienced Indiana man would pin Rubin but the Wolverine managed to…

…- ence, they must have been dispelled in Friday's game with the Gophers. The Wolverines virtually defended their way into at least a half interest in the Big Ten title when they tiedt Minnesota, 1 to 1, in…

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