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April 27, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

Wolverines' season record at 7-5. Michigan's starting pitcher, Fritz Fisher, wasn't quite as sharp as he had been previously in the season, according to Coach Moby Benedict. Fisher hit two batters and walked…

… three as he lost his first game against four wins. These five free passes, when combined with three Wolverine er- rors, helped the Illini push across just enough runs for the victory. Potentially more…

… damaging to the Wolverines' title hopes was an eighth inning injury to short- stop Dick Honig. The Detroit sen- ior was hit by a pitch on the left wrist as he led off the eighth in- ning. He stayed in the…

…-2 lead at the end of four innings. The Wolverines battled back to tie it up with Ho- nig's run in the top of the eighth, but the Illini squeezed a run across in the bottom of that inning to gain the…

… victory. "We just made too many mis- takes to win the ball game," said Benedict. History Repeats The Illini edged the Wolverines last year, 1-0. Fisher also lost that game. Illinois went on to win the Big…

…- Michigan Lagging Pace at Penn Relays ting order. Dave Campbell, Jim Steckley, Pete Adams, and Fisher carried almost the total offensive load. The Wolverines trailed 5-2 at the start of the seventh inning…

…, in which the biggest offensive threat of the Wolverines almost knocked Holland off ahe mound. Campbell started the rally with a single; and Steckley followed with an- other single advancing to second…

… when the throw to third base was too late to catch Campbell. Sophomore catcher Adams knocked in both the runners with the third straight Michigan hit, but the rally fizzled out and the Wolverines were…

… Sanders, Joe McGovern and Tom Kennedy outdid themselves in handing their coach, Artie O'Conner, a birthday present. In thediscus the Wolverines did somewhat better, but there was still a. bit of…

…, take on Notre Dame today at 2:00 on the Varsity Courts. The 8-1 victory over the Broncos was the Wolverines' f o u r t h straight, and left their season mark at 4-4. The Wolverines face an Irish team…

April 27, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 148) • Page Image 9

… bats based on a sound foundation of .300 hitters forms the character of the Mich- igan baseball team's improving of- fense, which will take the field against the Iowa Hawkeyestoday as the Wolverines

… from the disappoint- ments of its spring trip. Coach Don Lund took 18 of his players on the weekend trip, which will see the Wolverines play Iowa in a single game and Minnesota in a doubleheader tomorrow…

April 27, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 145) • Page Image 7

… Mack and the Wolverines stretch-runner, Er- gas Leps. Less Star-studded The four-mile field is less star- studded with Manhattan and Fordham figuring to be the strong- est contenders. Michigan has Jim…

… Wyman, Dave Martin and Leps back from last year's winner. Walt Schaefer will replace Fred Mon- tour, with no drop off in quality. The Wolverine foursome did 17:27.3 last year, and the closest any team has…

April 27, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… Penn, Drake Relays Buckeyes' Cisco Falls, 14-4, To Wolverine Sluggers Two Relay Teams, Owen In Contention for Crowns li - Special to The Daily STEVE UZELAC . . in Big Ten opener Big Ten Golf…

… meet, Ohio State~ has only one letter- ' man back. He is Fritz Schmidt. Last year this quadrangular meet was also played at Columbus. The Wolverine linksters upset everyone then. Ohio State was beaten 19…

…-17, Indiana 26-10, and Purdue 212-14%. Michigan will probably lead off with John Schubeck and John Law in the first foursome. Schubeck might well be the Wolverines top man. Law, a sophomore, shot good rounds on…

… the Wolverines meet In- diana ina double -header at Bloomington. Michigan's fourbaggers came off the bats of Ernie Myers, Ken Tip- pery, Steve Boros, and John Herr- stein. Breaking a 3-3 tie with a…

… Steve Jonas. In the top of the fourth the Wolverines took the lead 3-2 when Tippery singled, went to second on a wild pitch and scored when Herrnstein hit a 400-ft. home run to right center. The Buckeyes…

April 27, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

… John- ston, '53Ed., associate business manager; and Judy Loehnberg, '54, finance manager. See PUBLICATIONS, Page 2 Wolverine Nine Captures Two Decisions from OSU, 15-3, 3-0 NEW YORK-Two freighters…

… Coast Guard said. SCORE FIRST PLACE TIE: By BOB LANDOWNE Wolverine hurlers Jack Corbett and Mary Wisniewski held a high- ly touted Ohio State nine in check all afternoon to give Michigan a neat double…

April 27, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952 PAGE THREE I I Michigan Netmen Lose, t8-, to Indiana in Opener Stephens Garners Lone Wolverine Victory ; Hoosier Squad…

… Led by Glazer, Burnham 'M' Nine Defeats I New Sports Editors Named Penn Officials Mismeasure Track for Four-Mile Relay . r Buckeyes Twice Wisniewski, Corbett Star on Mound As Wolverines Win Eighth…

… Indiana's Eli Glazer to the limit before losing 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. The Wolverine co-captain rallied briefly in the final set, coming from 1-3 to 4-5, but Glazer's suc- cessful net rushes won him the deciding…

… relinquished an earned run to break this string at 343 innings. The Wolverines have now won eight in a row and lead the Con- ference with a 3-0 record. The sweep over the 1951 Big Ten champions was somewhat…

…, edging Michigan and Michigan State, who collected 1151/2 and 100 points respectively. Purdue took the lead by virtue of a protested seventh race when the Wolverines, leaders up to that point, were…

April 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Taft's Four-Hitter Tops Spartans, 5-0 BULL SESSION by b. s.brown, sports editor Wolverine Bats Sizzle; O.I I Contest Called in Eighth Maiwe nd Blue Ran MSC…

… for Eleven Hits MacDonald Paces S By KEN BIALKIN The Wolverines knocked the ball all over the lot here yesterday as tig Bill Taft pitched a four-hit 1hutout to beat Michigan State by a score of 5…

… blasted a tre- niendous triple into deep right center field. With MacDonald on third base Wolverine shortstop Bob Wolff sent a line drive double into left field scoring MacDon- ald. Captain Hal "Tubby" Ray…

…- mond then hit a hard ball right it the Spartan shortstop and Wolff was caught off second base in a run down. The Wolverine power really showed itself in the fifth inning Because of the track meet…

… collected five extra base blows, three triples and two singles. For the Wolverines MacDonald, Wolff, Morrison and Kobrin each collect- ed two safeties. The Michigan batters blasted Bowers so heavily that he…

… and his Wolverine cinder squad will open their 1949 outdoor track season against a slightly favored Cali- fornia squad this afternoon at Ferry Field The meet, starting at 4:30, will be the first…

April 27, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 143) • Page Image 6

… participate in the experiment, which will include condensed ver- sions of all the kinds of broad- casts actual radio stations carry. The shows include dramas, like "The Wolverine Theatre," comedy show 7 like…

April 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 143) • Page Image 5

… FELLOWSH, iP3: .Salomon Freiberg, C.E. WESTINGHOUSE FELLOWSHIP IN ELECTRICAL E-NGI NEERI11NG;, John Iffland, B.E.. " WOLVERINE TRIJFIN FELLOWSHIP: Donald Robinson, B. S. Ch. E., f_ M.S. +'v+4; Oscar Feldman…

April 27, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

…I THE MICHI-AN DAILY rAGE T Wolverines Start Season with Double Win over Ha vkeyes Iowa Collects Only Ten' Hits in Losing, 7-0, 20-2 Bowman Hurls Three Hit Ball in Opener; Manko, Willers…

Wolverine hitters combed the offerings of Preul for eight hits including a lusty, triple to left-center by left fielder Bill Gregor in the fourth. Gregor scored the first run of the game a moment later on Don…

… passes and three Hawkeye errors at crucial mo- ments. Dick Ives was called in to retire the last man in the ninth after Preul faltered. The second contest saw Wolverine coach, Ray Fisher, send Manko to the…

… engagements. * D *E SECOND GAME Track Squad Departs for Penn Relays Wolverines, Maroons To Represent Big Ten In Week-End Carnival By BILL LAMBERT Four members of the eight-man track squad which will represent…

… distance medley team, which is the only event the Wolverines are running in on Fri., will be composed of all civilians, Ufer, the Hume twins, and Glas. 20 Service Teams To Compete This year's meet is…

… Burnham, the crack miler from Dartmouth, Ollie Hunter, former Notre Dame star, now at Columbia's Midshipmen's school, and a host of others. Wolverines To Run Three Relays Saturday will be the big day for…

… the Wolverines, and they will be toe- ing the mark in the three events. The four-mile relay squad, which is definitely going to be composed of the Hunes, Dick Barnard, and the newcomer, John Purdue. The…

… indication of how the Wolverines will fare in future Conference battles. And we came away very pleasantly surprised. Michigan, according to practice dope, was supposed to have the hitting and fielding this…

April 27, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

….S.M.E., A.S.C.E.: Joint meeting today, 7:30 p.m. at the Union. Mr. F. W. Oakes, Training Super- visor of the Wolverine Tube Cpm- pany, will speak on "Uses of a Per- sonnel Department." The Regular Thursday…

April 27, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… of only and walking off with his first victory, five iches stood between the fight- 7-0. ing Wolverines and two more titles The story of the big sophomore's 4> and a second place. performance in his…

… pressure. The crowd had been medley crown which they won in toying with the idea of a no-hitter for the Wolverines until Hirschberg the first day of competition on the connected with the only hard blow In…

April 27, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… the carnival record in the spring medley. Early Lead Gained Michigan's first three runners, Warren Breidenbach, Al Smith, and Bud Piel, sent the Wolverines out to a lead, and things perked up even more…

… pitching duel between Dale Gentil and Jack Barry, respective Hoosier and Wolverine aces, the winners out- hitting Michigan, 13-7. Barry was hard to hit in the clutches, however, leaving 10 Indiana men…

April 27, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

… Epsilon Rho At, Wolverine T oda y The annual Wind-Up Dance of Tau Epsilon Rho, national legal fra- ternity, will be held at 9 p.m. today at the Wolverine in conjunction with the Wayne University chapter and…

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…

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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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 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, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…, a communication ig oer by the Acppela choir to the Y 4--n 80 of flint. Approximately 4000 stu- t h tended the conferences which have district in Missouri just across the !and the Wolverine Yr of…

… Conferences on special subjects The Wolverine team of Freese, 'erously supporting certain biolog- ig a unanmous judges decision Arbor included in high school curricula In commemoration of the found- Dale and…

April 27, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

… From Page Six.) sity plenty to worry ajou during the coming season, and should be a great help to get the older men into first rate shape. Last year in the match with Oak- land Hills, the Wolverines

… probably be broken up with Hammer pairing with the Wolverine captain. This combination has performed credit- ably in several practice matches. I Spencer and Beal will take the post for the Wolves in the…

WOLVERINE RESTAURANT 'til l ' ti ' ti I _ , lhe clock won't drag a weary round when you come to class pepped u p with a Shredded Wheat breakfast. Lazy hours follow meal too heavy. There's a lot of energy in…

April 27, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

Wolverines still prac- ticed some of the pranks that caused, them to bow in defeat in the first two Conference games, they suddenly realizedi their power with the bat and defeated the high-scoring Michigan…

…I State baseball team by a score of 6 to 4 on the Ferry field diamond yes-I terday afternoon. The victory over the State nine was as welcome as a warm spring day, being the only game that the Wolverines

April 27, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

… competing for the first time as a Wolverine Other Games chalked up a win but has not reached his best tennis yet. Captain Krick- SAmerican Le e baum and the other veterans, Crane AR agueand Vose, played good…

… college will 100 002 020 01-6 13 2 engage the Wolverines in another pre- New York-Scott, Davies, McQuillan Conference meet on the following and Snyder. Monday "at Indianapolis in what Philadelphia…

April 27, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

… hammer, javelin, an ddiscus events is not expected to benefit the Iowans, whose only potential point scorer in these contests is Captain Dauber. It is in these three events that the Wolverines are expected…

… should increase their speed by a full second, for he is capable of better than 50 seconds in the quarter. He is also a probable scorer in the 220. Although the Wolverines are expected to show better…

April 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… entered the Penn relays which are being Id at Philadelphia at the same time. Michi an's chances in the two relays which the Wolverines have entered m are conced~ed to be unusually good Farrell's men have…

… opening game of "he Wolverine season. All of t' : 'layers were confident that they would keep up the record of straight victor-! 'ies which has been established by former Wolverines. ' Four .singles and two…

… the weath- er is good; MICHIGAN RECORDS In the Michigan-Harvardtgame of 1914 the Wolverines gave thle Crim- son men the greatest battle ever evi- denced between thetwo schools. Har- vard won 7-0 but the…

… Easterners when the Wolverine tennis team was defeated 4-2. The two schools were tied in the singles in a hotly contested match between Shafroth and Norrington but Colum- bia took the doubles sets. At the…

… Drake relays in both 1919 and 1920 Michigan won first in the I1klf-mile relay. Also in 1918 the; Wolverines came in second in this event. II '. With four titles to his credit this New York…

April 27, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

…' 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 30, 1921. Applications, in…

April 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… Michigan counter had n made in the third inning. undgren's machine worked well in field and with the bat. Every nber in the Wolverine lineup hit ly except Kirch and he added to scoring with two runs. Perrin…

…, Robertson winning third, the only Michigan place in the event. Second and third places in the 220 yard free style went to the Wolverines when Gilmore and Bab- cock counted. The feature of.the evening was Gil…

… one well worth taking in spite of the defeat. Grand Rapids has ex- pressed a desire to appear on the Wolverine schedule next season. If it is real artistic, decorative wall coverings you want, go to C…

April 27, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… made for cleaning up after the rooms have been used for such occa- sions as initiations. WOLVERINS WIN DEISIVE ICTORY FROM INDIA0NNI GAME PROVES PITCHERS BATTI WITH MICHIGAN HURLER THE STRONGER PARKS…

… erratic throughout the game and ga Lundgren's nine the opening to sco six runs on five safe hits. Wolverines Showed Improvement The Wolverine squad showed cosht erable improvement over its perforn ance in…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… certain that they will have to show some fast playing if they are to defeat the. Michigan duo. The Wolverines, how- ever, have been considerably handi- capped by lack of practice, due to the recent rainy…

… been improving with every day's practice. His best showing this year was aththe Drake relays, when running third for the Wolverine team, he regained the lead which Michigan's second runner had lost. The…

April 27, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… started mowing, down the Michigan batters with easej and precision, things looked dubious for the Wolverines. However, when Michigan scored twice i the fifth Conrad lost his smile and his hat and when the…

April 27, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

… who is the best man in the Wolverine camp just at present in the quarter mile. Scofield, running this distance in close to 50 seconds,,on the slow track which prevailed yesterday, earned the right to go…

… fea- ture of the meet. Murphy will un- doubtedly be the first Wolverine that the spectators will see in action, with Donnelly and Ufer holding down the second and third positions. Opposed to such stars…

April 27, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 146) • Page Image 4

… recently succeeded in defeating F. G. Marshall, formerly ranked as premier checker and chess champion. The Wolverine season will close June 1, after the completion of the Harvard match. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY…

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