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April 26, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…, working in relief of John Kerr and Gordon Rinckey, came on in the fifth inning with the Wolverines trailing 8-5, and held the heavy hitting Titans scoreless, while scattering four singles the rest of the…

… over the 380 sign in straightaway center. DeBusschere Victimized Despite Michigan's five run fourth, DeBusschere remained in the game and was the victim of all the Wolverine homers and nine of the ten…

April 26, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

Wolverines, MSU Split Double Bill By DAVE LYON Special to The Daily Dwight D. Eisenhower and British -4prime Minister Harold Macmillan. The American and British delega- tions feel the nuclear talks will note…

… here yesterday afternoon. Wolverine batters had a field day in the opener, collecting 18 hits, yet lost their second game to the Spartans in two days for lack of effective pitching. State com- bed three…

…. The Nittany Lions led most of the way, but Wolverine anchor- man Tony Seth outlegged Dick Engelbrink by about five yards. Engelbrink took the baton with a lead of a couple of yards and held on right…

April 26, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

…. The powerful Purdue team, led by last year's Big Ten medalist. John Konsek, and furth-place fin- isher Gene Francis easily disposed of all three challengers. Soundly Defeated The Wolverines were beaten…

… better reason. And the drubbing Michi- gan took at the Illini's hands the year before was the best of all. Bulging Crowd on Hand A bulging crowd witnessed with slight disbelief a fast Wolverine flurry…

…'sdtrampoline stars, who have dominated Big Ten gymnastic circles for the past few years, have served notice that the trend will continue for at least another three years. The newest Wolverine tramp ace is Ron Munn, a…

… took over the Wolverine gymnasts in 1946, trampoline has been one of the team's best events. THE FIRST Pressurized Shaving Lotion TO THE CLS L/ - '5:..... t E. It's not too early for all juniors to…

April 26, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… comparison with the sus- tained attack 'type scrimmage, in which one unit takes the ball and holds it until it moves the length of the field, which have been used by the Wolverines in the first ten days of…

April 26, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… about half over. This victory gave the Wolverines their 35th "straight dual match win, the longest winning streak of any college tennis team in the country. Because of Barry MacKay's and Mark Jaffe…

…, Jansen with Harris, and Erikson with Cohen. Came From Behind First doubles foundhthe Wolv- erines' Jensen and Harris against Jerry Walke and Milazzo. The Wolverine pair found the first set fairly easy as…

… be the starting pitcher for Michigan this afternoon as the Wolverine baseballers face Ohio State in their Conference opener. JOHN HARRIS .. . topples Titans HEYLIGER TO STAY? 'No Resi gnation' Rumor…

…- cided to leave his post. Added was the fact that al- though Heyliger has been "ser- iously considering durirn the past week the possibility of staying as ice mentor of the Wolverines", as of a…

… reaching into his bag of tricks in hope that his faltering pitching staff can come up with a good performance in the Wolverine's Conference opener at Ohio State today. Actually, Fisher is reaching into his…

April 26, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 146) • Page Image 4

… Alexander,' Ron Shorr, Nelson Sherburne, Don Young, Accepted report on plans of Wolverine Club for next year, including a jazz concert following Ohio State Rally and all-campus mixer following the Michigan…

April 26, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

…, Michigras, and Wolverine Club. Visitors will be able to tour the offices of the Dean of Women and Dean of Men, which are located on the first and second floors re- spectively, of the building. They will also…

April 26, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

… Detroit ten- nis team has never beaten Michi- gan, and Wayne has turned the tables only once. The Wolverines will try to add to these streaks, as well as their 21 straight dual - match record, when they…

… meet Detroit at home today and face Wayne tomorrow on the Tartars' home courts. Today's match with Detroit will begin at 2:15 p.m. on the Varsity courts. It will be the Wolverines' first taste of…

…-campus badminton singles championship. BARRY MACKAY, number one singles player, will lead the Wolverine netmen today in their home opener with the Univer- sity of Detroit. r- Rain HampersI-M Action By DON Mc…

… the corner, a look back to what Michigan's baseball team has accomplished thus far is pertinent. The Wolverines will face Indiana at Ferry Field tomorrow with six straight victories behind them. Add to…

…- pressing Michigan's hitting so far this season. Averaging about seven hits per game, not high considering the generally inferior grade of pitching faced, the Wolverines have been staging "big" innings…

…, as well as short passes over the middle. Ex- Aerial Attack Cicks in Grid Practice cept for a few games last year, the Wolverines did not have much success with long passes. With Jim Pace out of…

April 26, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

… Relays can be attributed primarily to team balance and the brilliant 440 legs run by sophomore Dick Flo- din and senior Grant Scruggs. The outstanding 3:14.7 time was climaxed by Wolverine anchor man…

…-handed pitching in place of Howie Tommelein in left field. Stole Bases The Wolverines continued their policy of moving on the basepaths as well as possible Saturday against the strong throwing arm of Wisconsin…

… stains-even lisik-Suave styling, easy, natural" fit, budget prices. Have more fun -go As the quality of the team im- proved, t he Wolverines, playing their home games on the field' which now houses…

… team in hitting and pitching, Sisler became the idol of the Wolverine fans. This was clearly emphasized in an account1 of the Michigan-Kalamazoo game which appeared in the Daily on April 29, 1915. "When…

April 26, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…- viet leaders are sincerely interested in . a co-operative solution to world problems." By BOB MANGOLIN Special to Rie 1oty CHAMPAIGN - A rejuvenated Wolverine baseball team made it three straight…

… Aprilj 16. er's baseballers. * HOWEVER, two sharp pitching exhibitions by Jack Corbett and Mary Wisniewski, coupled with some timely Michigan hitting en- abled the Wolverines to rack up the double…

… southpaw pitching of Gary Smith drove out two bingles in four turns. The Wolverines wasted no speed-up proposals, time jumping into the lead in the first game, when with one M edical D raft out in the first…

April 26, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

… distance was only three inches off the Penn Relays record set by former Wolverine Charlie Fonville, and was 14 inches more than Nilsson has ever thrown. Villanova capturing second, and Michigan coming in…

… BRUNER of Michigan fin- ished third in the 120-yard high hurdles event. Incidentally, Wolverine Roy Pel- la was moved up from fourth to third in Friday's discus event, as the man who had taken third turned…

… Frank niewski stymied its attack when Howell. the chips were down. Lepley's * * * catch against the left field fence THE Wolverines put the game cut off a sure game tying homer in R Michigan .. 1 1 0 0…

…......... Detroit.............. YESTERDAY'S wI L Pet. 9 2 .818 5 . .714 6 3 .667 5 4 .556 6 5 .545 4 6 .400 2 8 .200 2 9 .182 RESULTS GB 2 2 3 3 41:. 61 r 7 and John Moule, running third for the Wolverines kept it…

April 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

…'IV AYr APR~b-48r, -1 4 Taft Twirls for Wolverines In Michigan State Tilt Today THE iMICHIiGAN D I)AILY -FAGJ T 39 Michigan Skippers Third in Regatta "4.. By KEN BIALKIN With one diamond victory…

…, and currently the Green and White's top hurler. The Wolverine lineup will be the same team that Fisher has fielded in the last two games. This includes Jack McDonald at first base, Bill Buchholz at sec…

…. Doing the honors behind the plate will be captain Hal Raymond.,, THE MICHIGAN TEAM has been riddled with injuries which have had a telling effect on the Wolverine's performances . this year. Ted Kobrin…

… shape he might have scored easily. * * * THE WOLVERINE - HOOSIER game last Friday was one of the bestg ames to be played in these parts in a long time. Indiana coach Ernie Andres called it the best…

… Michigan placed third behind Purdue and Bowling Green. * * * THE 'A' DIVISION of the sec- ond race was won by Bowling Green with Purdue second and the Wolverines a close third. The wind was steadily in…

April 26, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

… on the building and several truck-loads of lumber have been accumulated nearby on cam- pus. Sport Schedule Baseball is the only sport sched- uled for home play this week-end when the Wolverines face…

… Barclay will take his link squad to Columbus, Ohio to- night for their initial Big Ten match with Ohio State, and the Wolverine Tennis team will start their Conference schedule tomor- row when they face the…

April 26, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

… For Conference Tennis Contests Wolverines Start Year By Defeating MSC, 7-2 Michigan's varsity tennis team handed MCS a sweeping 7-2 defeat in their season debut Wednesday on the Ferry Field courts…

…, were closely contested and went to three sets. Wellington Beats Philips One of the highlights of the after- noon was the number three singles match in which Wolverine Fred Wel- lington defeated Dave…

…-3 victory over State's Carl Frans. Wolverine Jack Evans was victorious in the number five singles defeating his Spartan ad- verstary by a score of 7-5, 6-4. Wolverines Sweep Doubles In the doubles department…

…, the Wolverines swept all three matches and held the offensive most of the way. The Wolverines encounter their first conference competition tomor- row when they face Indiana in the morning and Purdue in…

… the after- noon at Lafayette. Six Wolverines See Action Today Linksmen Face In Sprint Medley, 2-Mile, Shot Put Bi Ten Champs Sprint Quartet Will Defend Crown; Maize and On OSU Course Blue Face Stiff…

… Philadelphia. Only six of the Wolverines will see action today, however, the other three having to wait until tomorrow's races. Michigan's sprint medley quartet will attempt to defend its 1945 title today, while…

… afternon. He faces an extremely tough field, too, with Frank Martin of NYU, National Col- legiate two-mile champion, leading the pack. Four Way Duel Expected Saturday the Wolverines will try for titles in…

April 26, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

… half of the eighth inning behind 3-1, and from the way Purdue's Paul Petrich was hurling not even the most optimistic of Maize and Blue fans thought that the Wolverines would stay unbeaten in Conference…

… fbur precious runs. Sophomore Bill Cain started on (Special to The Daily) DES MOINES, April 25.-A power- packed, speedy Wolverine two-mile relay team, competing before a crowd of over 10,000 howling…

… fans, collected Michigan's only title in the finals of the thirty-third annual Drake Relays here today, but the Wolverine thin- clads displayed an abundance of team balance as they swept to places in…

… five other university relays. Performing in a variety of weather conditions, the Wolverine baton- passers finished third in the 440 yard relay of the midwest's biggest out- door track carnival. The same…

… copped a fifth place in the four-mile relay. The Wolverine baton-passers that rang up Michigan's solitary victory put on quite a show for the mob of athletes and spectators assembled (special to The Daily…

April 26, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

… Take 5-3 Decision- Kautz, Roxborough, Matthews, Ufer Chalk Up Time; Five Other Wolverine Quartets Place Fast 5 r SUNDAY SUPPER Served in the Man Dining Room-6:00 until 7:30 o'clock 1 S C c {C t } k i…

… the second time in as many days that he was the most dangerous man in the Wolverine lineup by blasting a 3-2 pitch into short right field for a single scoring Holman and tying the score. Michigan made…

…-break- ing 880. Ohio State also gained full revenge for the drubbing administered their mile relay team by the Wolverines in last month's Big Ten indoor cham- pionships. Blazing their way over the Drake…

… fairways and Goodrich missed the cup by inches greens, but he could do no better and when Courtright holed out, he than tie Kortge on the back nine won the match 2-1. Each man had when the Wolverine's putt…

… as-well as it might. (MSC)-84-0; Courtright (M)-78-2, Captain John Leidy was off his Goodrich (MSC)-78-1; Stewart (M) game today as he carded an 80 -78-2/2, Davis (MSC)--84-/Z *J unday at the Wolverin

April 26, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… PRICE FIVE CENTS DR Discloses U.S. Patrolling ot Seas Texas Team Overshadows Wolverines At Drake Relays; Varsity Nine Wins, 10-1 Paces Mile Relay Regents Accept $53,927 In Gifts, Appoint Three…

…'s fighting cindermen and the rest of nearly 1,500 competitors at the 42nd annual Drake Relays. Although Ken Doherty's Wolverines placed men in tomorrow's shot put and 100 yard dash finals, won their heats in…

…) Wolverine Batting Smashes Chicago, 10-1 By GENE GRIBBROEK The power was back in Michigan's batting attack yesterday as the Wol- verines combined 12 hits with seven Chicago errors to smash out a 10-1 victory…

April 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

… the Conference meet in the Drake Relays which start today at Des Moines, Ia. All season long, the Wolverines have been piling points to win the team championship in the various Relays, but Indiana…

…'s record-breaking six- man team has stolen the limelight. This time, the Wolverines are out for blood, there being no team cham- pionship and are determined to up- set the Hoosiers in the latters' two best…

April 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

…/2 (Special to Morty Q.)- After the show the other night, which I under- stand you endured yourself, we, the fallen Wolverines, managed, with great difficulty, to get out by ourselves. Our freckle-faced con…

April 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

… order xas called. Michigan Nine Tops Hillsdale In Tenth, 5 To'1 Dobson, Bond Allow Six Hits As Wolverines Win Fifth Victory Of Year By HERB LEV HILLSDALE, April 25.-(Special to The Daily) -Big Danny Smick…

… big Danny laced one of pitcher Glen Sanford's fast pitches between first and second for a clean single, easily scoring the fleet Gedeon. Danny's blow was only a signal for the dormant Wolverine batting…

… score 5-1. Not Impressive Win The hurling duties for Michigan were evenly divided between Russ Dobson and Lyle Bond. Neither greatly nicreased his status on the Wolverine mound staff by his perfor-. mance…

…, yet both showed encouraging signs for the future. Between them the Wolverine right handers allowed only six hits, but (Continued on Page 3) FDR Submits Plan For Reorganization To Aid Democracy State…

April 26, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…:45 a.m. The Rev. Fred Cowin will deliver the sermon. H. L. Pockerill, (continued on Page 3 Michigan Nine Takes 3=2 Win From Badgers Lerner Scores In Ninth On Larson's Blow; Visitors Outhit Wolverines By…

… throw to third. Heyer had scampered home on the play. Wolverines Are Outhit The visiting Wisconsin club outhit the Wolverines six to five but could not produce more than one safe hit in an inning. This…

April 26, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 145) • Page Image 5

… Alan Saunders, junior veteran playing at number three, who carded 74. The Wolverines took seven out of eight singles matches in medal play, while no doubles were played. Has Off Day Woody Malloy…

… Association gave him a and final set. brief trial last season, then released SUMMARIES him to Des Moines, where he expects Singles: to work this coming summer. Moll (I) d. Kahn (M) 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. Wolverines

Wolverine made the trip in vain, each man or team had placed in this, the super-outdoor meet of the season. The Wolverines performed as of twenty-five years ago when Michigan dominated the college track field…

…, strik- ing out eleven batters. super one-mile teams of East, West and South, this Wolverine quartet stepped off the measured mile in 3:18.4 to add the one-mile college relay crown to its long list of…

… the first, fourth and fifth sessions. The Wolverines had a rally started in the fourth when Lerner and Krem- er registered base knocks, but it was cut short when Heyliger lifted to Capicek in center for…

April 26, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

Wolverine track- men will entrain tonight for Des Moines, Ia., where they will open their campaign for outdoor track honors at the 25th annual Drake Relays. The final practice before the meet, held yesterday…

… expected to win valuable points for the Wolverines. Widmer "Skip" Etchells, -hailed as an outstanding freshman last year, will open his college career in the discus event. Harvey Patton in the mile relay, Ed…

… organizing a team on which each player will represent a Middlewest brewery. Wolverine Tennis Team Swamps Speedy Sir Thomas Rules y As IDerby Favorte -Associated Press Photo Sir Thomas, although he has…

… meeting of the sea- son for the Wolverines, and accord- ing to the M.S.N.C. players, it was Ypsilanti's first day out of doors. Appelt Outstanding Out of an aggregate of eight sin- gles and four doubles…

… where 'he wanted it. Diminutive Howard Kahn making his first Varsity appearance for the Wolverines put down Herman Strait in what was probably the most col- orful match of the day, 6-0, 6-2. The gallery…

April 26, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

…. partially held at bay by Compton use him as the Wolverine's second string hurler this year, employing Cleveland-Chicago, no game, cold. him in center field when he is not working on the mound in order to…

… YESTERDAY crowd. The victory was Hoyt's first 'n the field for the Wolverines in' Simmons ...............Athletics after two unsuccessful starts in pre- the past. Alexander .................. Tigers vious…

April 26, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… southl Ferry field before a crowd of 2,-! 500 fans. For 11 innings Joe Holtz- ; man of the Wolverines and Balsley of the Orange eggdin a pitch- er'stbattle, neiti ec.flowing a run to cross plate. Daniels…

… twelfth. Only five Wolverines reached first base in the first 11 in- Negative Team Wins Champion- nings off Balsley's delivery, as a re- ship on Question of Judge sult of three hits, a walk and a force play…

… Hudson. The question: Resolved that a judge orj big first baseman was all over the r infield. Norm Daniels made the only board of judges be substituted for Wolverine error when 'he threw low the jury in…

April 26, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

… ~ ------------ - RITYLEINEKSMEN ERANE6 ETI arind ChatterU WILL, MEEIT P uRD UEL' l0ULEINSTOA ,_, ; l RUTH MAKES FIRST HOME RUN AS YANKS FINALLY WIN GAME K i Wolverine Team Is Undefeated in Dual Meet Competition for Three…

… victories. The Boilermakers have been participating over their home NATIONAL LEAGUE. course longer than the Wolverines w L Pet. and have hung up two voctories New York ..........4 0 1.000 over non…

… chances and even the staunches supporter of the, home talent wil admit that the Wolverine cause did look very shaky at times. S Topol, husky Syracuse guar- dian of the far corner, came within an ace of…

Wolverines furnished the first double play of the season on Ferry Field. Sulkowski ground- ed to Norm Daniels who threw to Straub, doubling Stoneberg, who in turn relayed the ball to Hudson in time to catch…

… triple over, Langen's head in left field. With none out things looked fatal for the Wolverine cause but Holtzman finally pulled out of the rough. } able to crash into the win column on Ferry Field…

April 26, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

…s 1 THE MICHIGA IAlT'LY F~TAPR AIL 26 , 1i2 k ----- - ----------- -- ... . -- WOLVERINES MEET IMPROVED SYRACUSE NINE TODAY OANGE APPEAR WEAK I STAFF OF HURLERS- No Change Is Likely To Be…

… suffered7 at the hands of the Wolverines at Ann Arbor last year when the Or- ange nine plays host to the invad- ing .Michigan contingent at Syra- cuse today in the first game of the; annual two contest…

… the Boston nine in5 check after his insertion late in thek game, will probably be used on the mound today to oppose McAfee, star; Wolverine hurler.I Three more of last year's veterans. will appear in…

…-t field. The third outer garden willk be taken care of by Sibus, anothera member of the 1928 squad. Sopho- nores will take care of all the in- field positions.1 The regular Wolverine lineup willC appear in…

April 26, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… member of the Wolverine squad,, had little trouble in defeating Law- rence, in two straight heats, 6-0, 6-1. Captain Richard Crane, of the Mich-{ igan team, decisively defeated Lantner with scores of 6…

…-1, 6-2. Stauffer, ofE the Aggie, battled Vose in two close sets, but fell before the flashy attack of the Wolverine, losing the first' set 6-4, and the second 6-3. Elliot, playing his first match for the…

… doubles match.- The first match ended with the score 6-3 in favor of the Wolverines. In the second set the Aggies were unable to win a game, losing 6-0. The last match of the meet was forced to go into an…

…- ming the Wolverines, 2-6. In the finalI set which decided the match, the Wol- verines bolstered and won easily with a ;core of 6-1. Band To Give Next Concert On Wednesday 1 HUDSON TO SPEAK ON DED LEAGUE…

…, running anchor man on the jump. two-mile relay team, won the event Cver shadowing the performance of for the Wolverines at the Drake relays the individual athletes was the record yesterday by defeating…

… of Texas. The Wolverines, with the several city departments, costing the aid of the brilliant running of Charley taxpayers of Detroit hundreds of thou- Reinke, the anchor man, won the sands of dollars…

April 26, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

…PAG $iX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1925 r ...__.. iiiiiiiii mill 101 11111 limmm . TO WOLVERINES DBOP TWO GAMES TO HARD HITTING ORANGEMEN . Great Field Of Stars In Drake…

… started the game on the 11Lound for Michigan hit a two bagger, while Ryrholm, playing right field, coun'ct- ed with one of Schlemel's fast balls for a three base hit. While the Wolverines were ham- mering…

… were composed of some of the best Wolverine golfers. Capt. Mode Holdsworth, Fred Glover, Bob Hastings, and Paige Lehman playing against Fred Freely, Addison Con- nor, Wesley Reed and a fourth mai ,whose…

…. M. Coach Fisher's Wolverine nine gar-. showed much promise. The Skipper Birks 1166 vs. D. Knapp 33; A. II. nered fifteen hits off the deliverings used 5 different boxmen, all of of Schlemel, pitching…

April 26, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… 3,000 spec- tators were drenched. DALYWILL BROADCAST ALL.VARSITY BASEBAL VARSITY TO OPEN WITHSOIO TO INVADERS BOAST STRONG N WITH LARGE NUMBER OF VETERANS STRYKER TO START 01 MOUND FOR WOLVERINS

… Fisher Sends Squad Through Leng Batting Session to Improve Attack Michigan will renew her athi feud with Ohio State university tc at Ferry field when her Varsity bi ball nine opens the Wolverine Big…

… subiective and pan- Here is what the Majesti theater will :give' the heavy swatters, in the Wolverine club today: 5 passes for the first single, 8 passes for the first double, 12 for the first triple, 15 for…

April 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… reports are in, ni tices to all the studenits designate on them ill e sent out imme iatel Totose who are low n 'one sul ect, just a warning of the fact wv 1 ;*,t f .Baldn Tent This afternoon the Wolverine

April 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

… Brooker Conceded to Among Best Men Entered at Penn Relay Races be EXPECT WOLVERINES TO CAPTURE THREE FIRSTS (Special to The Daily) Philadelphia, April 25.- Although teams from many parts of the country…

… event, thus making a trio of first places for Michigan, the critics are also doping Brooker to make it a fourth win for the Wolverines by leaping to victory in the pole vault. Brooker's best mark of 12…

… time in wins ring but if he goes to the Penn relays, Ras there is a possibility, P'rosser should nt indications a being impressive. Martin, Wolverine1U5 win tIs event v th a leap around 1 to ensue when u…

Wolverines. isas relays held under adverse conditions. Lloyd, Ne- Michigan's Varsity tenis team will will have a chance to braska speed merchant, won the 50 mt itsrs pporn en of the ace t tbr w th discus 125…

… probably go Ze: ord. Landowski has a good chance for, go star. Allen putters, Van Orden, Wolverine stiar man who has shown to better advant- a second place if he throws it as well at Kansas, City weight man…

April 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

… that beat the Wolverines by a 21 to 18 score. But COACH FAIR HELLN S TWLVE MEN TO 60 TO DRAKE RELAYlS; TWO TO0 PENN 'Intramural It Varsity to Compete in Two Mile, Mile, and Half Mile lays and in…

… the trip east. Mer- rick, of Wisconsin, and several other men who have cleared the bar at a heigh.t close to 13 feet will be on hand' to fight it out for first honors with the little Wolverine. and some…

April 26, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…, Athletic pro- gram, and the managing editor of the Wolverine, and any other pub- lication officers needed, will be appointed for the ensuing year by the Board in Control of Student Publications on Saturday…

April 26, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

… training trip taken by a Wolverine nine in many years. In the seven games played in the south, Lundgren's men failed to win a single, contest. In the first home game, with improved pitch- ing, the 'Varsity…

April 26, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… measure of M. A. C. and need this. game to make their northern trip a success besides balancing the Michi- gan account. The Wolverine lineup will be a trifle shifted owing to a near serious acci- dent which…

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