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April 27, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

…APRIL 27, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Golfers Meet Purdue On U Cours eT Favored 0 Boilermal In Dual Eight Men To P Wolverines; Kt Morning Round ver kers Meet lay For ocsis In Conference…

… Opener Invaders Defeated By The Irish Saturday; Veterans On Squad Opening the 1935 Big Ten golf season, Purdue's Boilermakers bring a strong four man team to Ann Ar- bor to battle the Wolverines, National…

… and Johnny At Columbus The course is open unofficially for arser d Dat ad mokn Wolverines cha orFischer did their part towards mak- play, the official opening date being ing the tournament a Wolverine

… guests alone pay $1.00 and of competition for the title. Yinti, fe t the remainder of the week the price Profsssor Trueblood first entered silanti, felt t is boosted to $1.50. Thescourse is the Wolverines

… Your Ga when in the National alified with a 36 hole Whethe- youtplay on the lowest qualifying 7 year history of the week., you enjoy ou veland last June, how- ' Wolverines finally innacle of collegiate…

… in the fifth in- roods, Northwestern's , Who was wilder than better against Mich- ay- he lasted six in- ohnson, the pride of he Wolverine batting fnings, being removed iMan" Coggins in the nost famed…

April 27, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… great deal of in- terest as it gives the Michigan fans their first chance to view the men up- on whom the Wolverine's future rests next fall. Danny Srmick, Bob Campbell, Tex ;tanton. Elmer Gedeon, Johnny…

…, is slated to work on the mound today against Dave Arnold, a pitcher who dropped an l1-inning, 3-2 decision to the Wolverines last year and beat Wisconsin 13-0 last week. Strangely enough, it was Herm…

… firstblood Saturday as exception of the number one doubles, far as the Varsity tennis team was which went three full sets before the concerned when he followed them as Wolverines won to take the series 9…

… out. Yet the Wolverines boast of a hit- ter, who doesn't always hit to right, but who shows remarkable ability to slap out bingles when the count con- tains two strikes. He is Bob Camp- bell, hitherto a…

…'s should have little trouble in disposing of Hermitage. III_ __ _ _____ _ ever, until the fourth game of the southern trip against William and Mary College. The Wolverines, losing 10 to 8 going into the…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… acktason g forceful service proved more than R H E retired him unassisted. No runs, no decisively turning back a strongenough for the Wolverines. Philadelphia 011 010 001- 4 5 1!hits, no errors. Western…

… ......010 000 002- 3 10 1 sharply through Topol, Hudson seasons the Wolverines displayed a Sorenson down to a straight set New York . .104 100 11x- 8 11 0 scoring. Truskowski was caught well balanced front…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

… Wnolverinle Wolverine batting rallies hits rained tn ora the one round him from all sides, but each ight places will go to the one was just a little out of his kwest scorers with a sophi- reach. tanding or…

… Beagle. Gomp-e not cope with the accurate golf of ton struck out. No runs, no hits, no V his opponent. This was the only errors. s Wolverine loss of the day. Hicks FIFTH INNING-Syracuse: Kelley e again won…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 Y 4 4 iaiIl MEMBER I ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XL. NO. 146 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1930 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE Cl ENTS E -- - .. i WOLVERINES DOWN SCS E…

… the hit- ting power, which, prior to the opening of the season; it was be- I KEIN lieved they possessed. In addition to the effectiveness with which the Wolverines con- nected with the offerings of…

… fuinbled in an "artion. The fit ofthesen talks, attempt to catch Straub off third buriterid a 4:15p'ciokMonday' w and the Michigan captain crossed eder d natu:1 occ audi-y the rubber for. the first Wolverine

… scor- of Business Administration.h ed the second run of the onning. oBsiesAmiisraio._t The Wolverines practically put the game on ice in the sixth byi bunching two doubles and a sin-M gle by the same…

April 27, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

…. The budget will only allow the Wolverines to carry so many men on a trip of such distance and it will be necessary for the Michigan mentor to choose his men with an eye to doubling each one if possible…

….m. The Wolverines, who have won six of their eight contests to date this season, including the two Conference matches played, added the Kalama- zoo team to their list of victims when they defeated them at…

April 27, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… Lopsided Game Kim Williams Hits Homer In 13-1 Rout; Wolverines To Meet Wisconsin Today By KENNETH PARKER Aside from demonstrating a decisive superiority over Michigan State Nor- mal yesterday here, by…

… defeating the Hurons, 13 to 1, Michigan's baseball team showed that it is in mid-season form for today's Big Ten engagement with Wisconsin to be held at 2:30 p.m. at Ferry Field. The Wolverines scored more…

April 27, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

Wolverines, under the direc- tion of Ken Doherty in the absence of head coach Charley Hoyt, are en- tered in six relays and in seven in- dividual events. Capt. Bill Watson is the lone de- fending champion for…

… the Wolverines. Big Bill won the broad jump last year when he leaped 24 ft. 11%1/ in. after failing to beat his nemesis, Francis Ryan of Columbia, in the shot put by, a mere three inches. Watson and…

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