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January 28, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

… LI 'ml Captain 'Norm Daniels, stellar forward and scoring ace of the Wolverine basketball squad will lead his cagers against the strong Ohio State five at Columbus, to- night in Michigan's sixth game…

… with the Main Street of five practice shots before start- Wolverine leader over the entire ing. 441 yard route. We thank you for the interest and attentidn U …

February 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

… second half. But with the gun, those same glim- merings vanished and a Michigan audience beheld the spectacle of a Wolverine team that couldn't win. There's Still Indiana There remains, of course, another…

Wolverines this year and will meet Genson with whom he drew when the Spartans were defeated in the team's first meeting by a 16 1-2 to 11 1-2 score. Parker, too, will be in a return engagement, meeting Knudson…

… the fine showings which he made in the Cornell and Chicago meets. Oakley, too, was un- defeated, and Rubin will be out to keep the Wolverine 126-lb. division record clear. In Reavely, the Spartan…

Wolverine tally in the closing minutes with both teams a man short. Red Mac- Collum and Jack Barkley had both been sent to the penalty box after. a short scrap in front of the Mich- igan net. Barkley hit Mac…

… passed the Michigan runner. When the points were totaled, In- diana had 27 5-6 and Michigan 27. Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin trailed far behind. Smith will have to win many points for the-Wolverines

January 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… Establish- es Wolverines as Fav orites I in Title Chase. With the long trail toward a seccI: cond Conference championship looming in the future ahd a record' of7 four straight wins in the past, Coach Cliff…

Wolverines when they invade Yost Field house for the first home meet of the seoson on Feb. 15. At present the three veterans on the Michigan squad are leading the race toward seasonal high .scoring honors With…

…, around whom the Wolverine mentor has' built a formidable team are all counted as among the best in the country in the 128, 158, and 168 pound di-j visions, and advance d((pe on their Conference opponents…

… keep in condition; and to polish up on holds. yCut Jeu Do n a for.mif S j TO COA~ C CLIFF . \SVARSITY1 MA T COMBINE I LA UING COPHIE SI Coach F arirell said today that the _ Wolverine track squad was in…

… ; FridayOihi on h aonsfor trial coach Farrell believes j anls ganwih m brin toligt sznevaryg~ocl c.. nesota Besides the Wolverine-. sults. IvIo st of the ruuiers aOi {: rgopher clash last night and the good…

…~~~ [~ i while Benz is the best 143 pounder on the Wolverine mat rs"r Seao themdw"etrtch"nMrpe h avii ttmp _______WesernConerecethe men _led 'WOLVERNE PUCKSTERS EASILY OTLS PRASt I obreakta 31 gam e…

February 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… under a 53-22 score before a crowd of 1,500 spectators. The Wolverines. copped first place in every event except one and came out victorious in both relays. Outstanding on the evening's program was the…

… teammates touch him out at the finish. Asa result of this Schmeiler took three seconds, giving him a total of nine points for the meet, running second to Kennedy, another Wolverine sophomore, who garnered 10…

… scoring the only sec- onds for the Wildcats. Michigan took seven firsts, four seconds, and two thirds in all, as compared with the Purple's one first, four seconds, and four thirds. The Wolverines got off…

… Smith, Wolverine vet- eran, gained a yard on Aikin, and Ladd finished the race with a five yard margin over Captain Covode, Northwestern star. The time was 3.41 flat. In the 200 yard breast stroke event…

… tets, the Wolverines had an easy Expect to Defeat Buckeyes time in Turning back the threat of on Ohio Floor. the invaders by a 23-17 count. How__ ever, basketball fortunes at Wis- All basketb ams in the…

… fencing meet held in Michigan 135 - pound grappler, Chicago. The final score was nine who may be moved up a notch in to eight in favor of the Wolverines.' tonight's meet with Northwestern With the running…

April 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…RDAY, APRIL 28, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Nine Routs Ohio State, 17-2, Paulson, Artz, I Petoskey Lead Heavy Attack Buckeye Hurlers Give Up 15 Hits And 10 Passes; Wistert Hurls…

… balls and four Buckeye errors, to run up the high score. "Whitey" Wistert hurled for the Wolverines, and although he allowed them 12 hits the Buckeyes couldn't bunch them when hits meant runs. Michigan…

… the Spartan squad was far from the calibre of Weitz and Norris. And as a result the t Wolverines cashed in on the lower a six more the Buckeyes tomorrow in the second ranking matches. They took them all…

… scoring for game of the series. Art Patchin, star but one and evened the score, 3-3. n the sixth Wolverine pitcher, will be on the Kean Wins Match mound. Dan Kean easily defeated Willard he Wolver- R H E…

… attempting to keep the Indians' two-year string of Confer- ence victories intact when they stack up against the improved Wolverines. Either Moll or Braun will play the number one position while Becker will…

May 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

… to all corners of the field and to give the Wolverines a 7-3 victory, seven Buckeye errors figuring in the proc edngs. Coach Fisher's team turned in a creditable showing against the Bucks, gathering…

… allowed only two hits and kept the plate free from being crossed. Now his five hit pitching against Ohio puts him al- most on a par with Vern Compton for his season's work. Wolverines Strong i…

… will be just anoth- er day to Michigan diamond ath- letes, the Wolverine schednle ,call- ing for a game with Wisconsin, to be played on Ferry field Saturday afternoon. Indications are that the assignment…

… st It was Sommerfield who curbed the In his last ambitions of the Wolverine stick- president of1 wielders in the first game. (Contin Chicago at t ge into his ofl is your last , y to lose you e. sorry…

March 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

… strong teams entered and should press the Wolverines for first honors. Strong Breaststroke Entries. Ted Moles, Princeton ace and in- tercollegiate record holder, will have to outswim a fast field in order…

Wolverine Wrestlers BaseallCanidaes ontnueWaterman gymnasium available courts will also be demanded be-; Indoor Batting Sessions; for this sport. Today a large per- yond their capacity. Handball ap- to…

… combine while the last of the trio is a mat- are high among the Wolverine dia- time. pleasure, keen competition, and an who has been showing grea mond clan for play early next week The regulations which are…

Wolverine mentor. Deprived of !IC L high school basketball team at a and Blue gained last season in fin- the services of two promising soph- 1meeting of the lettermen held Wed- ishing the meet as runners up…

… ficient promise to bear considera- sibilities of developing a team time another captain will be elect- of the Wolverine entries, Hewitt, tion, but when play begins in ear- to wear the Maize and Blue against…

…- fending, Wolverines. +sions. of New York or Chicago. i nial champions. In the outfield Captain Harvey --- --- - (Continued on P'age 9) Associated Press Photo - Garnet Ault (left) of Michigan, George Kojac…

May 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 174) • Page Image 7

… heir to 443/4 points of this year's total which brought the. Wolverine trackmen their third con- secutive outdoor championship. After Ken complements this array of track power with his own freshman aces…

Wolverine history. Chuck Decker vaulted well over 13 feet last year while in high school, and did 13 feet 5 inches in the Junior AAU's. Despite sickness, he has shown up well in practice, and may be the…

… far in the lead for batting honrs with but one game to go. Much of Michigan's success in the Big Ten race which is in its final week and finds the Wolverines fight- ing for a first place tie after…

… boasts a .375 mark which leads the entire club. Pete Lisagor has been the only Wolverine to ap.- proximate Charlie's rwco-d with a .335 average. Coach Fisher marveis at the man- ner in which Pink drops his…

October 28, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 31) • Page Image 6

… whole kicked to Jennings who returned to ried it back to the 28. Lindberg kicked geezi head-on and was replaced by 1 Wolverine line rose up on the next his own 38. Regeczi hit the line, but to Jennings…

… berg, going off tackle, was again Sweet gained nothing. Beard re- ball on a plunge off guard for a gain again sliced through the line and went thwarted by the Wolverine line. On placed Hildebrand…

May 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…IAQE2 SIX T~r MICHI1( D fAILY -WEDNESD~fAY. MAY 29.IOW1 .--. 4, 4 \.-.' / LFPL.FP~u6NK}K .P a aia} c' isuv WOLVERINE NINE WILL MEET CINCINNATI TODAY VARSITY SEEKS WIN flVEH IC SQUAD…

…'clock this aftern Should the Wolverines win game they will stretch their ° ning streak to three games, of which was against the lea in the -Big Ten race, Wisconsin Cincinnati has a team wh while well up to the…

… last Saturday and kno ed off the leaders by driving rtes across the plate as against 4 the Badgers could account aths win makes the Wolverine danigerous team which may be ""'ted to flash championship f…

… tournament,.ofsix o and I te this week. The Gophers gave iones vicory. As a result of six vtories and the Wolverines a scare in the dual a young Englishman who one defeat, and that an early sea- encounter, but…

… the Maize and Blue learned his golf playing between son setback, the Wolverines are pulled through on the long end of h ; shifts as a coal miner. Despite the looking towards the tourney with fact that…

February 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY io State Qnintet Downs Wolverines, Swimmers Win Ag ;a f4'- 4. .:' PRESS PASSES -By BUD BENJAMIN- Pro And Con.. . JACK BRENNAN, sans the frivolity of his ice carnival…

…- ment a year ago and Fish recently backed out when scheduled to meet the giant Wolverine in Lansing. Odds are 10 to 1 to show. Ryan Jinx Still Trails Watson At AAU Meet Natators Whip Northwestern Squad…

…, 53-31 Welsh Paces Wolverines To Victory With Wins In Both 220 And 440 (Continued from Page 1) between the Wildcat's Irv McCaffery and Michigan's Blake Thaxter for second place with McCaffery sgueez…

… encounters the University of Toronto Wednes- day night a the Coliseum. Not only did Minnesota's Golden Gophers leave a mark on Michigan but they forced the Wolverines to leave their mark on the sick list. Upon…

… Tobin and Fred Heddle. Wednesday night the Wolverines' will play one of the leading colle- giate hockey teams in the world. In the current season the University of Toronto has been leaving its mark on…

… race but still had enough to win by eight yards. Northwestern gained partial re- venge for the trouncing in the dual meet by whipping Michigan in water polo, 15-0. The Wolverines, who nev- er play the…

…-tailoring, of 376 ofces in 28 States Ground Floor Wolverine Building Phone 4000 T4 - 10th year in Ann Arbor - o { i R <. v ,20-203 S. Fourth Avenue FINANCE COMPANY R. W. horn, Manager \ I resinei SECOND…

April 28, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

… change, they may be used. Let's hope they do change. Start- ing Friday the Wolverines have eight ball games in 12 days beginning Fri- day and Saturday with two games against Purdue. Hurry up pitching stars…

… reserve yes- terday and opened their home season at the Ferry Field.Courts with a de- cisive victory over the Kalamazoo College team. The score was 7-2. The Wolverines clinched the match early in the…

… Detroit was, named the recipient of the Bissell Trophy, given by the former Wolverine cap- tain to the freshman showing the most improvement during the season. Butler competed in the 126 pound class. The…

January 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

… SEPARATES SIAT SK Schlanderer and Co-rtis Trai! Wolverine Pace-Setters; First Half Enis. VON ELM EARNS $8,000 IN SIX WEEKS AS PRO I VON EL CAPTURE[S LAFICE PMJ PUlE !Business Nan Golfer', Recently…

… the Wolverines for the scasen to date, with Reid showing th( way by the small mar- gin of tvo points. One point is awar a to each player for each goa or each assist which he makes. Reid has bulged the…

… goals as against the three assists of Crossman. Between the two of them they have been responshile for 26 of the 36 points that the Wolverine team has ac- cumulated all season. Schlanderer Third. Captain…

… recording of a single marker, but with such a strong forward line to handle that department of play the Wolverines have not been hard hit by the scoring deficiencies of1 the defense men, Williams andl Prouse…

April 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… was at ^econe base Possibility for So Many when the umpire first called "Play " , ~ ~Americans Hurt. ball" for the start of the season. Wolverine Swimmers Take Pair of Titles. Adoi ioVnal honorws…

…Kay. Western Mtate scored two runs in the ninth inning without a ball batted out of the infield. Neigen- find, left-handed ace of the Teach- er's team, held the Wolverines at bay except in the second inning…

… Fisher opinioned after the game that the wintry weather caused many of Michigan's five errors. SE1I BR ICS COOO RU (Continued From Page 6) son and may come through to round out a hard hitting Wolverine

… addition of Kracht and Dif- fiey to the Wolverine team has given it added punch and a con- siderable gain in fielding strength. Diffley is a far better receiver than Truskowski was last season, and his…

…'s third in the hammer throw at 138 feet all add- ed to a team total which stamped the Wolverine track aggregation as the outstanding team of the carni- val. pv I oJUL CasseZ'1t, C,11 '11t4Wj3UULILUL ,ULU…

… outstanding competitor for the Wolverines at the Columbus meet for the Buckeyes also annexed the lion's share of the honors over at the Penn Relay carnival, taking the 440, the medley, and the two-mile relays…

September 28, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… Scientists X500 Bond Is Set Featured On List For Sheriff', Owners - - I 14 r c I d r Men, Women Wolverine Will Feed 625 'i At New Location;Womenz Form Cooperative Seven hundred students will en- gage in…

… cooperative eating and room-! ing this year on the Michigan cam-! pus. Four groups, the Wolverine, the new Women's Cooperative, the Roch- dale Student Cooperative and thec five-year-old Socialist House, are or…

May 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 172) • Page Image 7

… .team, announced .yesterday that at least six 4and, possibly seven- members of the Wolverine team would -make the trip to the L. C.-4 A track -meet that -will be held -at Cambridge, Mass.., next ;Friday…

… and -Saturday.f (leading the Wolverine delega- tion,\will -be :Eddie 'Tolan, premier! print man arid holder of the. ,world's record for the 100 yard dash. Tolan will ruin up against, some " good…

February 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

… that several of the regulars took time out to brush up on their foul shoot- ing, which was slightly off form in the Chicago ga'me. If points will win games, the t Wolverines plan to develop thei talents…

… From Page 6), event for the Wildcats, with Smith, Walker, Hosmer, and Walaitis swim- ming for the Michigan natators. Captain Ault of the Wolverines is favored to take the quarter mile swim. He took first…

June 28, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… the last Wolverine, Woodrow Malloy. Wkt1s i t CHESTERFIEDS? Well, I can't tell you much of anything about what is in Chesterfields B UT I smoke a good deal, and I noticed that appearance of the…

March 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 130) • Page Image 3

… honored for their ability and sportsmanship and ten men are awarded honorable mention. The first team this year is, in the opinion of Prouse, who was a member of the last Wolverine championship sextet, the…

… in 1933 established himself as one of the best moundsmen in the majors. The Bulldogs And Wolverines Will Fight It Out At Columbus For four years Matt Mann has been seeking a dual meet for his Wolver…

… Don't Forget It seems that back in 1928 and 1930, when swimming at Michigan was young, the Eli's took two dual meets Prom the Wolverines in the New Ha- ven pool. They haven't forgotten it. Last year the…

… genuine Van Heusen collars. Drysdale and Andy Fela of Ohio State, should take him. The battle between the Bulldogs and the Wolverines in the medley re- lay should be worth going miles to see. Mann expects…

February 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

… will have an excellent chance to advance into undisputed third place under two conditions, that the Wolverines win, and that Minnesota shows enough strength to vanquish the Boilermakers. Maxie Rosenbloom…

… cam- Michigan net a Minnesota player This week the instruction has been to the ner paigns, have been purchased, but hoisted the puck high into the air limited to the proper grip and the The Wolverine

…, Murphy, old to be a regular, and Grabowski of the net, and when Tompkins and SQUASH and Maloney rolled 906 for the first has never been known for his heavy a Wolverine defense man both Coach Jack Blott is…

… staff, while Earl the Wolverines clinched the title Whitehill, Elon Hogsett, and Phil last night, they will be out trying I Page are the portsiders who are ex- for another victory in tonight's pected to…

February 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…. Professor Political science "Ice and snow are quite common most effective plan yet devised, score the Wolverines accounted for nto the stomach. Scott had been Reeves left Ann Arbor Wednesday, a they stated…

… vas all Michigan during the wo periods as the Maize and arried the play into Wiscon- erritory, tallying three times second frame. Throughout ame the Wolverine defense good job of keeping the puck from…

… practically ntire 60 minutes of play. In ing the roles of "iron men," Wolverines played a fighting of hockey that utilized a ffense. ough they tired in the last , the play of the three Michi- orwards. Courtis…

… scored its only goal n ke play early in the opening Siegel hit the puck from the Wolverine goal and it amed off Nygord's stick into ;oal. Hart retaliated a little when he followed up his shot Frisch had…

… goal. 'The Wolverines arded the Badger net with 15 three of which slipped past i. Langen tallied on a long rom center ice which hit the )nsin goalie and dropped in oal after six minutes. Short- "The…

July 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

… Ten a did it again with a 14-5 over the Wolverines. Pre- a feeble last place team, the ni scored impressive victories last two games and climbed h place in the league stand- George Frank, pitcher for…

…. L. P 6 0 1.C ... 5 2 .1 ... 3 4 .4 ... . 2 3 .4 2 4 . ....... ..1 6 .: lay's Results, skimos 0 n 14, Wolverines 5 ers 1, Red Sox 0 forfeit) 'tional League W. L. P ...........6 0 1.C .....:.....6 1…

June 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…D' , TIIE MICHIGAN DA ILY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1939 __________________________________________________________________________ I Michigan Gets Three Players In Collegiates Wolverines Finish…

…. He finished with a 35 on the inside nine, shooting eight pars and a birdie three on the twelfth. His starting 36 in- cluded two birdies. The Wolverines placed eighth in the team figures with a total…

February 28, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

… imeeting will be an accurate in- dicatdr'of both teams' chances in the iiperiing: Big Ten tournament to be lIld-iierel March 12 and 13.I W "th the exception of big Butch Jrdati, Wolverine heavyweight, &oach…

… League whose regular sea- son just closed . . . Crossman and Emie Reid, his old Wolverine play- mate, are both members of the cham- pionship Holzbaugh-Ford Six of De- troit . . . Michigan's swimmers seem…

May 28, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

… first inning for three bases. Mike Diffiley, Wolverine catcher and captain, co-starred with Wistert, getting three hits in three official trips to the plate, scoring two runs and batting in another…

…Diffley, Levin Mix The Wolverine backstop showed his combative spirit in the first in- ning when Dave Levin, attempting to score on a double steal, arrived at home to find the ball and Diffley awaiting him. Levin…

February 28, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

… skat- ers a pair of defeats in the Coliseum both tonight and Saturday, thus re- capturing the mythical state puck championship which the Wolverines annexed last year. Led by Captain Doug Latimer, vet…

… trouble at Houghton. Beaten 1-0, and 3-2 in the two games played in the copper country Jan. 23 and 24, the Wolverines are in no mood to trifle with the in- vaders, and will be after them from the opening…

… Pelto, Neckervis and Hurley against the Wolverine sharpshooters and alternate it with its sophomore Stock-Abb-McCarthy combination. Protecting Campbell, Husky goa minder, will be Bud Mullins and Doug…

February 28, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…'s great sophomore, Bill Watson, be- came the first man in Wolverine track history to break 50 feet as he heaved the heavy ball 50 feet 1 inch on his second attempt. The second place winner, Gus Zarnas of…

… record set by the 1936 Wolverine quartet by two seconds as anchor man Birleson crossed the finish line a full 5 yards ahead of Harley How- ells, fourth Buckeye runner. Perhaps most interesting to the fans…

…'s body had been found. Albion College Fire Rwjmo W-rw. Tm-e ,n Wolverines Rally To Beat Ohio State Cage Teamn, 42-38 Wilbur Sees Great Opportunities In Public Personnel Management By TUURE TENANDER…

February 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… Asked To Aid In Abolition Of Objection- able Practises Action Is Work Of Judiciary Council Sent To By Dean Johnny Sherf Gets Three Of Wolverine Goals On Brilliant Solo Dashes By ROLAND L. MARTIN Led by…

… the fast-skating Johnny Sherf, the Wolverine hockey sextet, turned on the steam in the second pe- riod to score three goals and defeat the London East six, 4 to 2. The Canadians, who have just won the…

… Artz was the only penalty during this pe- riod to be called by Emmy Reid, last year's Varsity captain, who refereed the game. The Wolverines were playing much better hockey as the second period opened…

January 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 5

… Field House Meet 11 Relays Featured Wolverines Enter Strong Aggregation; Ward May Enter Three Events A galaxy of most of the amateur stars of Michigan will open the 1934 track season here on the night of…

Wolverines will be attempting to avenge the 26-25 defeat that the Spartans handed them at the field house in December. With 'Coach Cappon's revamped lineup maintain- ing the ability it showed against Ohio…

January 28, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… around 29 the entire day, in- dicated little possibility of change in the state of the weather for today, the weather bureau said. Nine Dead In Michigan Chicago Tilt Wolverine Defense Strong As Tomagno…

… Leads Mates To Score 45-22 Win Haarlow Is Held To Two Goals In Game Northwestern's Defeat Of Ohio Raises Michigan In Conference Standing CHICAGO, Jan. 27.- (P)--Mich- igan's Wolverines, clamping on a…

…, the Big Ten's leading scorer, held the slender Maroon star to two, field goals, one in each period. While holding Haarlow, Captain Tamagno dropped in five of the Wolverines' 19 field goals. Haarlow…

January 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… asiness. He is not gaining strength, Wolverines Not Extended by 'Gophers In -.._ _ _.+ _.., an d h is re c o v e ry is d o u b tfu l " ( ' 4 . 4 .t 2 0 . !. a R g e ITRAVERSED 6i4 LANDS VALIDATES INDIA…

…, brit fhne Wolverine garding presented by 'the Oratorical assoc- British Labor Government and -----__..___.____----_- - rst icted the ohers to oiml a fewa iation and will be given in addition 1India" In…

… and irrigation. Onl es The production will be givenj Ted Weems' and Fletcher Henl- goals registered by the Wolverines. acnros ws the tatith a teo did ctionl and social p olicies have Friday and Saturday…

June 28, 1937 (vol. 46, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

… Summer Session students is called to the fact that on all streets except those equipped with hnuard lights. (TAiherty Street. the Largest Intramural Athletic Plant In The World Six Wolverine Golfers…

May 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

Wolverine Varsity net- men whitewashed the Duquesne Uni- versity netters, 9-0, yesterday at Pal- mer Field. Due to a sudden downpour the doubles matches were forced in- doors, and were played off in the In…

… the Michigan base- P >all team a 3-2 victory over Purdue c iere today and clinched at least a B Third-place position in the Big Ten g race for the Wolverines. R Gedeon and Peckinpaugh each col- p lected…

February 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…-31 Welsh Paces Wolverines To Victory With Wins, In 220 And 440 Events EVANSTON, Ill. (Special to The Daily)-Michigan's National Colle- giate swimming champions coasted to a 53-31 victory over Northwestern…

Wolverines third Con- ference victory as against two ties (both with Ohio State) and no de- feats. The Wildcats were outclassed but had enough strength to win two first places, something no other team ex- cept…

May 28, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

… team has Our prognosticating has lost the past winter's season with its Big Ten disaster and its successful climax in the National Collegiate meet, but the Wolverines are still hard at work in the…

…- toppers earlier in the season in a 11 to 0 victory. The Wolverines have lost only one decision in similar games, splitting a home and home series with the Normal College at Ypsi. Seek State Title If the…

March 28, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

… Crown; Walters Places First In Dash NEW HAVEN, March 27. -(P) - Michigan's fighting Wolverines made a surprising comeback in the opening day of the thirteenth annual National Collegiate A. A. swimming…

… to the world record for the distance. His time of 1:36.8 was 1.2 seconds under George Kojacs time when he swam for Rutgers in 1930. The Wolverine medley relay trio was chased to a new record in the 300…

February 28, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…, 21 To 18, With ClosingRally Petoskey Sinks Winning Basket; Eveland Heads Wolverine Scoring Minnesota staged a last-half rally to tie the score at 18 all, before Mich- igan got its lone field goal of…

… cards for Leading Role In Play, Minnesota to win. No matter how 'Tlree Times The Hour' badly the Wolverines played, the Go- phers were worse, except for their James Raymond, '33, will have the rally. With…

May 28, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

… Michigan. WOLVERINES IMPROVED $outhpaw jinx, Driven Away ini Michigan State Game, May Return. Another chapter in the history of Michigan's diamond team and its battle against left-handed pitchers will be…

… written this afternoon on Ferry Field as the Wolverines play host to the University of Chicago's 'Maroons. The game will begin at 2:30 o'clock. The Windy City outfit is holding dlown the cellar position in…

April 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… although he has but one victory to his credit, he has allowed less hits per inning than any, of his mtates,= and boasts the Wolverines' only shut-out perfor- mance, a four hit masterpiece against Maryland…

June 28, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

… Close Battle Over 36 Holes, 1 Up Is Only Wolverine Left In Tournament Charles Yates, Defending Titlist, Wins Over Jack Malloy of Princeton WASHINGTON, D. C., June 27.-- (P) -Outpointed through the early…

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