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May 03, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

… teams of unknown strength will do battle on the Ohio SStatecourts at Columbus tomorrow afternoon when the Wolverines in- vade the Buckeye town to open the Western Conference tennis sched- ule. Both teams…

…- gan racquet wielders and the Spar- tan aggregation showed that, the Wolverines are up to par this sea- son, the decision going overwhelm- i - {f ngiy to the Maize and Blue as a result of taking every…

… the best ball for his side. Royston, Livingston Win. Royston and Livingston worked together nicely to add 2z .points to the Wolverine total. Florio, the Ohio Amateur Champion, played excellently, but…

… received little help from his partner. The feature match of the day was the afternoon singles match between Lenfesty and Kepler. Time and again the Wolverine star threw away opportunities to win holes by…

May 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

…''. . THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Retain Positions; Senatorsea Yankees Purdue Win Shows Wolverines' Power LEO DIEGEL RATES VIRGINIA VAN WIE NATION'S BEST WOMAN GOLFER BIG LEAGUE…

… STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE Aeet with Detroit City College Pipgras Says Gomez' Success Carded for Wednesday. Due to Confusion on Part The decisive 17-1 victory record- of Everyone in Park. ed by the Wolverine

… confidence. ;be powerful Wolverines. 'Trueblood "I could hardly believe my eyes will try to give as many men as when I saw her playing in Lo An- >ossible a chance against the De- geles. Her game has improved…

… she is the best the Wolverine stand po ion player in the country." Northwestern will be met on Guided By Impulse. Monday, May 9, while on Sat- Leo has no plans at this time to rday, T ay ,oo whilo take…

… the great money player, 'Ohio State shold extend the ( Sarazen, will not be at Ssandwich. Wolverines to the lmit, since Both are creatures of impulse. If Bob Kepler, one of the finalists either or both…

March 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… his am out against the Northfnen vice in the Ann Arbor matches id each time the team turned in victory. Minnesota was deeply umiliated while the Wolverines on their second straight Big Ten tIle. Gophers…

… Howell, Michigan distance star, should run into plenty of competi- tion 1\ the two-mile event of the trian air when he meets such runners as Lien of Illinois and Fallen of O.S.U. WOLVERINE SWIMM FOR…

…. Under-recent Big Ten rulings the aquatic mentors were restricted as to the size of their teams so that they can now carry only twelve men. Coach Matt Mann has sent the three Wolverine divers, Degen- er…

… much of an advantage over the other. The Wolverine hopes rest on the performances of their crack stars, while the Wild- cats base their aspirations of tak- ing the dual meet title on their well…

…-balanced squad, which boasts strength in every event. Both Michigan and Northwestern have taken the measure of the Min- nesota natators by wide majorities, with the Wolverines outscoring the common foe by a wider…

April 03, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

… far Babe Rut, Meine and Brame are outstanding. the Wolverines, with the Purple out of his way to land any minor Again is proving the sensation of exhibitionsBh t sL yearned in ni one team scoring two…

… this season, but club's regular right field guar- day. HoWever, in thw crucial test, does produce some potential dian. Jeffries, an infielder, the Wolverines, although strong - ------- -- should: remain…

… premier was the only first place taken by All - America selections in both hurlers of the Cleveland In- the Wolverins when the quartet basketball and hockey as announc- dians min their initial appear- Most…

… Walker, veteran Wolverine, in the two sports. The selectionsf out allowing them a smigle hit. trailed Schwartz across the line in follow with Tompkins, Wolverine Now that Art Shires has signed the 100 yard…

… Intercollegiate champions is the only dual meet iosN that the Wolverines have suffered, this sea- son.! Capt. Ault won the 440 yard swim and Boldt took first honors in the 150 yard back stroke eventj to score the…

March 03, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I, r From the PRESS BOX By John Thomas Coach Capon Referee Traub Diver Dies Ray Aitenhof Wolverine Swimmers Meet Wildcats Here Tonigl Purple Natatorsl Seek To Avenge…

… in my classes." MINNESOTA objected strenuously to Referee Clarence Traub, who handles the second Wolverine- Gopher hockey match. They thought that Fox, who worked the first game, was satisfactory. In…

… Frank Kennedy, distance star; Fred Fenske, sprinter and fancy diver; and Dan Marcus, a sprinter. The feeling among the Wolverines as they paddled about the pool yes- terday was that the meet would be…

…, the Michigan fencing team will meet the Mich- igan State team at 7:30 p. m. tonight in the Intramural building. This meet will be the hardest that the Wolverines have had so far this season, according…

March 03, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… Michigan's outer garden, saw con- siderable service on the mound as a relief hurler, in which role he proved most effective. Even though the Wolverine star made a good appearance as a pitcher, Coach Fisher…

… to Date Points field post, although several other to First Place Laurels men with the squad may get the job. Fred Eichrodt, former Cleve- for Wolverines. land gardner, is one of those with - - ~- the…

Wolverines as a team to be feared in the Conference meet that will be held on March 13 and 14 in Chi- cago. Coach Keen's chances to turn out a team that would cut any ice in the final Conference competition…

… MICHICAN OUWNTET TAKE S SHORT HE ST Wolverines Will Meet Hoosier Squad Again Saturday at Bloomington. Michigan"* Varsity b a s k e t b a 11 team was given its reward for so decisively trouncing the Badgers…

… Indiana the Wolverine five let their oppo- nents down, 34-22, in a fast game. This week's encounter should prove to be about the same kind of an j affair with both teams stacking up much the same as before…

May 03, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

… sacrifices by Bill Steppon and Beebe netted anotherscore: In the ninth, the Wolverines topped off the day's work when singles by Ged- eon, Smick and Beebe and a bobble by center fielder Fred Nyman, were com…

… The Daily) - It took Michigan's Don Siegel only 57 seconds tonight to show Detroit fistic fans that he is a force to be reckoned with in the heavyweight fight picture. The giant Wolverine gridiron star…

… SCORES Philadelphia 6, Chicago 1. New York 8, Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 2, Boston 1. Pittsburgh 3, Brooklyn 2. Is. Varsity Seeks Eighth.. Straight Triunmph Here Balanced Wolverine Squad Holds Edge Over…

… year the boys from East Lan-' sing are without the services of Ed Flowers and Tom Brand, the two mainstays of the team that beat the Wolverines in their meeting last year. Meanwhile, the Michigan squad…

… record of one win and one defeat already marked up in the record book, the Wolverine netmen turn their efforts towards Columbus, Ohio, where this weekend they will face Northwesternj and Ohio State on…

April 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

… Collegiate swimming to face his visitor.j crown last week, 16 Wolverines were "You remember me!" the stalwart youth began, expectantly. announced Varsity award winners l Raking his memory with a furrowed brow…

…, Oh'io. for two weeks, wondering whether he'd ever be able to swim again. The Wolverines retained their Na- Judging by his recent successes, one would surmise that he made a tional Collegiate title…

… and tavern keeper, Ed hadn't seen much of dual meet record.! both losses handed' the world until reaching Michigan. "And .then, smiled the Wolverine cap- them by the Scarlet Scourge of O.S.U. tairi, "I…

…- Save -D6 plied. Others are chronic and write finis to the players' careers. This year has been no exception as far as the Wolverines are concerned. To date, Dan Smick, Burt Smith, Russ Dobson, Pete…

June 03, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

… of the Wolverines. While the Michigan thinclads were tri- umphant in the all-Conference meet at Dyche Stadium, Evanston, the Varsity netmen were downing the Maroons in the final and de- cisive meet on…

… the tennis schedule. Outstanding among the achieve- ments of the Wolverines in the field of sport this year has been thc annexation of the Western Conference outdoor track and field title by the Farrell…

…. Score at Harvard.' In addition to winning the Con- ference title, the Wolverine track- sters were represented by six men. at the I. C. A. A. A. A. meet last' week-epd at Harvard. Against thei finest…

Wolverines' NE.W YORK, June 2.--The Phila_ Babe Ruth and Hack Wilson, were at their best, but the class of Only one game was scheduled delphia Athletics, climbing the up- home run sluggers extraordinary of…

… Boston Braves. Berger and Klein are staging a event. Brooks, the Wolverine discus j by a late rally on the part of the The Athletics won seven succes- close race for third place. hurler, tossed the platter…

June 03, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 176) • Page Image 7

… TILDE N WOLVERINES WIN COCHET TRIUMPHS OVER TILDEN IN TRACI, T'ENNIS TO CAPTURE HARD COURT T1TJ (Continued From Page 6) --- - -------- Erip thoghte oth drig (Continued From Pa;e G) man's dccis'on iainst…

Wolverine nin under the the women's title for the third suc- and Tilden was leading in t(e see- guidance of Coach Fisher , con- cessive year by defeating Helen ond at 5-3 before tc Fren^h ac e tinued to loso…

…. -5, but Tilden brought it all cvc n less consistency. As a result of te g sagain on his Own service. Here Mrs. Moody vion, 6-2, 6-1,. and- - ragged playing the Wolverine cli- nclusi.vely d onstrated…

… relaxed a bit That s te winning Badger nine at 'Madisonfafter .the gallery hooted a lines- to play," said Tilden. to the tune of 10-4. This unex- nected feato nf the Wolverines was i "I LASSIFIEU…

…. Dial 3916. Moe best iC the- highlight of the season. After winning 20 consecutive dual! meets in .three years of Big Ten competition the Wolverine Varsity golf team suffered a relapse to- ward the end…

June 03, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

… for the Wolverines. He bases his statement on the belief that Coach Fisher's nine has a much better chance of winning the Conference title in one game with Iowa with Capt. Berger Larson doing the…

… stepping to gather in outfield drives on several occasions. Against Purdue and Illinois Fishman had a clouting ball club behind him, something the Wolverines have not been of late, and the Boilermakers and…

… struck out 16 men. Larson Pitches Against Stoong I Hawkeye ine Wolverine Captain hurlsI Last Game; Illinois Now Out Of Race By FRED De LANO Ray Fisher and Otto Vogel, the men that have coached the…

… would have been shoved into the top spot. The game today will be the Big Ten final for both the Wolverines and Hawkeyes and the last of the former's 25-game schedule. If rain forces the cancellation of…

… he would start on the hill, but will probably give Lowell Gosser the call. As yet Gosser is undefeated in Conference competi- tion and appears capable of giving the Wolverines all the throwing they wat…

…, "Oh Miller, you damn fool." Sherwood's fine play in the Big Ten tennis meets-he being almost solely responsible for the Wolverine's placing well up in these meets for the past two years-is probably due…

March 03, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… crown. Ahead by one goal as they went into the final stanza,athe Wolverines, led by Vic Heyliger and Co-Captain Johnny Sherf, ran up a total of five markers, the highest recorded for Michigan in one…

…, Wolverines Defeated B y Narrow Margin, 30-28, In Listless Tilt COLUMBUS, March 2 -0P)- Ohio State rang down the curtain on its basketball season tonight with a 30 to 28 victory over Michigan. The game was a…

… 11 3 6 1 9 30 Swimmers Win Over Buckeyes; d Score Is 52-32 Six Of Eight First Placesc Are Taken By Wolverine .p Tank Stars i COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 2-(VP)- University of Michigan swimming team today…

… defeated Ohio State, 52 to 32. The Wolverines captured six of the eight first places while Baker Bryant, Ohio sprint star, took the other firsts. Michigan also scored heavily by winning both relays and…

…_ By WILLIAM R. REED With Willis Ward leading a pack >f Wolverine tracksters keyed to the finest edge, Michigan overwhelmed Ohio State in a dual track meet held ast night in Yost Field House 63 to 2…

…. Ward was the leader as he personal- y accounted for two new Field House ecords in two wins over Jesse Owens, ,he sensational Buckeye star, as the Wolverines captured firsts in eight >f the eleven events…

… a final burst >ver the last hurdle sent Owens ahead to keep the Michigan star from ;ais third win. The stellar performances of the meet were not confined to Ward's ;eats, however, as the Wolverines

March 03, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

… 'Seeks 'Kill' Varsity Is Favored Michigan's Varsity swimming team encounters the powerful Ohio State natators this afternoon in the final home appearance of the Wolverines for this season. The first event…

Wolverines found themselves pressed in almost every event by the underrated charges of Coach Mike Peppe, and were only able to win by the slight margin of six points. Varsity Wil Open Up Coach Matt Mann…

… the outstanding men in the Conference and if we have placed two of our own school's cagers on it we believe we did so because they are deserving and not because- they aremembers of the Wolverine

…- ter champion, will win both races is conceded by no one in Ann Arbor and least of all the Wolverines who will be running against him. Woodruff Is Not "In" Last week it was the national col- legiate half…

…-mile champion, Chuck Beetham of Ohio State, who was billed as the big attraction of the Wolverine-Buckeye dual meet. And Beetham, much to the satisfaction of 3,000 rabid Michigan fans, was forced to take a second…

May 03, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

… prepared-1 ness. Barry Pitches NineTo 7.0 Win At Kalamazoo' Western State Teachers . Garner Only Four Hits As Wolverines Get 12 By HERB LEV KALAMAZOO, May 2.-(Special to The Daily)-Western State Teachers…

Wolverines' most. de- pendable pitcher on the southern trip, was back in top form after me- diocre performances in his last two starts, as he walked but one Bronco, while striking out six. The one pass Jack…

… change of pace. Two of the hits he allowed were pop doubles on which shoe-string catch attempts by Wolverine outfielders just missed- lire while a third was a scratch in- field bingle. No two of the…

… in four trips. Fred Trosko, Leo Beebe, and Charley Pink, also contributed two hits apiece t'the Wolverine attack. The Broncos had trouble with Pink all afternoon, speedy Charley pilfering four bases…

… after beating out two bunts. The Wolverines were held in check for the first two innings by a stocky right-hander named Harry Bailey, (Continued on Page 3) Italy Retains Colonial Aim, EhrmannSays Dewey…

May 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

… was doing slab The Wolverin grand slam victory duty for the Chisox. was in part due to the strength of Q-How did the Baron fare. herserve sarde a'ae trogh A-He had a scintillating assort te reserve…

… sledding easy at the West Lafayette Country Club today as it trampled Purdue 16-5 inI its third Big Ten golf meet of the1 season. The Wolverines now have a record of three wins and no losses inI Conference…

… play. Michigan took all but one point in, individual match splay, garnering 14 in the five pairings. Only in the four-, somes were the Wolverines hard- pressed. Reiss Shoots 73 Lynn Riess, Michigan's No…

… that "when its close, bet on Michi- gan." That settles close decisions. But look at the goings on in the city of brotherly love. The Wolverines kicked over the traces and generally disrupted the…

…'s tussle. In batting order, the Wolverines will line up as follows: Pink, cf; Brewer, ss; Peckinpaugh, 3b; Kremer, lf; Smick, rf; Gedeon, 1b; Lisagor, 2b; Beebe, c; and Smith, pitch. Tomorrow the Wolverines

May 03, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

… hurdles, and the 120-yard high hurdles. Michigan and Illinois trailed with three firsts ,each, the Wolverines winning the 440 and 880-yard relays and the 100-yard dash. To Tolan might be 4credited all three…

… the turn. Mean- time the Michigan captain was breezing along with a steady string of pars and birdies. His 75 was the 'ow score for the day. Gene Hand, the latest addition to the Wolverine Varsity…

… them into the deep bunkers surorunding the greens. The conditions seemed to hamper the visitors more than it did the Wolverines, since their knowledge of the distances was necessarily 'imperfect. A large…

… Ohio State Relays yes-I terday with a time of 1:28. WOLVERINE TEAMI WILL MEET OHIO Relative Strength of Squads Is Unknown; Michigan Has Well-Balanced Team. (Continued From Page 6> blistered foot, may get…

… into the singles as second man; if not, the Wolverine rankings will all be moved up one place. IRyan Replaces Brace. In the absence of Brace from the, singles matches, Colby Ryan has been playing as…

May 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

… . baseball team to Michi- iamond this afternoon in the me of the series between the an State and the Wolverines'" les Griffin, star left-hander, arry the pitching burden Coach Fisher's nine. Grif- i two games…

… displace Co, a, former champion. Hill Runs Best Race. In the two-mile r'un Bill Hill n v the best two-mile race he har eier run in his life for a fourth place. The Wolverine distance star was up against…

…-mile evcut by Notre Daime, in the two-mile :- lay the Wolverine foursome was ck- ly about two yards behind the w n- nors, Notre Dame, for a third. No:re Dame's time of 7:48.8 breaks t:ie former Drake record…

… playing at num- ber three. The Spartans will present a for- midable array of tennis talent, gathered mostly from western Michigan, but the Wolverines, by virtue of their performances in the opening matches…

April 03, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 134) • Page Image 3

… breaking high school fielders. open champion, who punched out a records he joined the Wolverine Herm Fishman and Burt Smith hard fought decision over Tom Root thinclads with the idea that some day took…

…, until the last game in 1905, Mich- igan was unbeaten. During this pe- riod the Wolverines won 55 games and tied one. They scored a total of 2,821 points as against but 40 gar- nered by their opponents. e…

December 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Michigan Is Victor In Opener Conquers Calvin College 42 To 27 As Basketball Season Begins Townsends Lead Wolverine Attack Capt. Tomagno Stars At…

… College. The Wolverines displayed a smooth- working machine and never once were seriously tnreatened by the Calvin quintet, which nevertheless fought stubbornly throughout the game. At half time, Michigan…

… period. He also figured in the stubborn Calvin de- fense. The Wolverines started to pull away in the early part of the second half when Earl Townsend scored from the field and 6 foot 9 inch John Gee began…

… one field goal as the Wolverines changed defense men. As the game neared its close, Coach Franklyn Cappon gave three of his sophomores a chance. Coach A. H. Muyskens of Calvin, former coach at Holland…

December 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

… By London AC Decide Close Game Before 1500 Wolverines' Tally Made By Stodden By LARRY ATLEN It took a two-goal splurge in the closing minutes of the opening hockey game last night at the Coliseum to…

… convince a scrappy Michigan team that the London A.C. squad deserved to skate off the ice at the winning end of the 3-1 score. The Wolverines started last night's fray with little chance of stopping the fast…

… in around the Wolverine defense to face Spike James unmolested, only to have the goalie captain turn away (Continued on Page 3) Five Lectures On Wild Lands Will Be Given Foresters To Hear Waugh Begin…

June 03, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

… to- Nine Defeats Hawkeyes2-IL InFinalGame Wistert Allows Only Two Singles As He Climaxes Athletic Career Wolverine Batters He1 Thiree His Petoskey's Single Artz With Tying Sixth Inning Scores Run…

… ART SETTLE The Wolverine nine .closed its sea- son yesterday on Ferry Field in the midst of a five-game winning streak, by nosing out Iowa, 2-1. Little hit- ting was done by either team; the players…

May 03, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… ~?"i:4"?... i} $'"! .':i:; 't{...::i.}:i:6 D0FEAT BUCKEYES BY SCOREOF 13 TO5 Wolverines Chalk up Nineteenth Victory Over Ohio Team by Wide Margin. ROYSTON, LENFESTY WINI EDUCATIONAIMS hub 0111111 [t…

… field and will count a total of nin i Loop, 2 2 Opponents' Captain, Loses Points to 'Chubby' Hicks in Thrilling Match. (Sperial to The Daily) Holtzman Pitches for Wolverines and Allows Nine Hits in…

May 03, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Normal Loses By 85 To 41 Score; 11 Firsts Go To Wolverines By CHARLES BAIRD Led by Hawley Egleston and Willis Ward, who accounted for 10 and 16 points respectively, Michigan's track team overwhelmed…

… Michigan Normal yesterday afternoon on Ferry Field,, 85 to 41. Wolverine thinclads ran away with 11 of the 14 first places to easily es- tablish their superiority over the Hu- rons. The track events proved a…

…. Gillilan beat out his teammates Dam and Bacon in the discus, and Thornburg of the Wolverines edged out Schmiclcr in the javelin, The (Continued on Page 3)C Major Edwards Presented With ParentS To Get…

June 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 178) • Page Image 6

… consultation room. ou won't be asking us a-favor- we'll appreciate your calling. PRIVATE AND PERSONAL PERSONAL ]FINANCE CO. Personal Loans up to $300 10th Year in Ann Arbor Ground Floor, -Wolverine Building…

May 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

… won't fight and so am I." Chamberlain did not mention Ger- (Continued on Page 6) Elect Directors For Wolverine 6 Incumbents Supported; Choose One New Man Six incumbents and one new mem- ber were elected…

… to the board of di- rectors of the Michigan Wolverine Cooperative during a turbulent an- nual meeting held last night at the group's cooperative restaurant on South State Street. Of 540 active members…

March 03, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

… winning the 150-yard back stroke from Miller of Northwestern in 1 :38.4. The Wolverines won the opening event, the 400-yard relay, and never were headed, although Northwestern was close until the last three…

… picture and said full and per- manent domestic recovery depended upon revived international trade., By ROLAND L. MARTIN The Wolverine hockey team took a further step towards securing a strangle-hold on the…

July 03, 1932 (vol. 13, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

… Congress. If they claim fra- ternity for the one they cannot deny fraternity for the other." Eddie Tolan Ties Olympic Sprint Record Former Wolverine Star Runs 100-Meter in 10.6 At Mid-West Semi…

Wolverine grappler, lost in the finals. of the 135-pound class to Thomas, of Ames, Ia., but also qualified for +l.a +r,f, t, *1, +s r, man n Reeves Will Address Teac}ers on 'Grotius' Prof. Jesse S. Reeves…

May 03, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

… Months to Repay! Second Floor Room 208 WOLVERINE BLDG. (formerly Ypsi-Ann ig.) Ph. 41000-4001 202 E. Woshington St., Ann Arbor PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Conrad Nagel, Kay Linaker- "THE GIRL FROM MANDALAY…

June 03, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

… of the outstanding players on the squad. Out of the eleven dual meets, the Wolverines took five, suffering five losses and one tie. Michigan won only one of the four Conference dual meets and tied one…

April 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

Wolverine V .- dispense with practice until after Drake Relays will be closely watch- in order with 83 successful shots, city has been appointed chairman periene and the task which faces Spring vacation. ed…

March 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… overflow crowd of rabid fans, and captured its second sucessive victory over Michigan's Big Ten and Na- tional Collegiate champions. The 46 to 38 loss delivered the Wolverines was the first defeat a Michigan…

Wolverine representatives. The time for the event was 3:03.1, far below the! team's known capabilities. Visitors Better Marks Things began to happen ii an ac-c commodating manner for the Wolver-t ine cause…

March 03, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

… at will before a smalla but enthusiastic crowd to triumph byq a count of 8-1.P The Wolverines turned the gameh into a rout before it was five mi- utes old when Johnny Fabello banged q home two goals…

… and George Cookes a third to give Michigan a lead whicha was never in danger.V The London Club, despite its threes forward lines was practically at thet mercy of the eight Wolverines whom Coach Eddie…

April 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…. ChineseArtA To Be Subject Long Walt Tomski, Varsity sprint star, shattered an ex-Wolverine Of Von Heine-Geldern mainstay's 50 yard free-style mark beating his frosh teammates Charles Dr. Robert Freiherr von…

March 03, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

… Michiga A DVEiRTiSING Wsn'"; Wolverine Cafeteria mnembershlps Place advertisements with Classified who desire to sell. will profit by kdvertising Department. Phone 2-1214, calling 2-1124 atany meal hor The…

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