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April 30, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 119) • Page Image 14

… against No. 14 Hartwick. The wins gave the Wolverines the Collegiate Water Polo Association championship and earned them an automatic bid into the four-team NCAA Tournament on May 11-12. Since being named a…

Wolverines leading 3-2. Michigan was able to open up a 4-2 lead early in the third quarter and held that lead into the fourth. While Michigan could have put away Hartwick in the fourth quarter, it was unable…

April 30, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 70) • Page Image 14

… same time." Thorius was a co-captain this past season and helped guide the Wolverines to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Thorius became the first player, man or woman, to accumulate 1,000 points…

…, 500 assists and 400 rebounds in a career. She joins former Wolverines Pollyanna Johns and Stacey Thomas in the professional ranks. The nerve-racking wait on draft day was worsened when Orlando coach and…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 5

…-Conference contests should put the Wolverines on edge for Satur- day's battle with the nine fr'om Iowa City. The Aggie diaimond aggrega- tion should not prove to be much of a stumbling block for the Maize and Blue…

… field, while hi cro'ssed the plate nine ford contributed a ci first inning which wo .the Wolverine total to forgot to touch secon called out by the um ance opens against 31 probably give way to I fray is…

… interesting duel in which Shultz -emerged the victor. up a lively scrap Iowa Game Saturday d. Liverance or In Iowa the Wolverines will face a e used by Coach nine .which has great possibili- rreen and t…

… the Hawkeye's' as in previous strength a difficult one. Frohwein ionalism which will probably be used against the atre Dame foot- Wolverines. This man is a slow ball year, has also pitcher, the kind who…

… Frohwein. Western State norm- al will. perform against Michigan on 'May 10. This game will sharpen the Wolverines' batting eyes for the Ohio State contest at Columbus the follow- ing Saturday, May 13. Final…

… Trip to Tell Michigan's last swing around the Conference circuit will begin May 20, when the Wolverines ourney to Ur- bana for a return game with Lund- gren's men, sand will end May 24, at Minneapolis…

… jump to Iowa City for a second contest with the Hawkeyes on Monday, May'22. Tues- day and Wednesday, May 23 and 24, the Wolverine nine faces the Univer- sity of Minnesota at Minneapolis. If4 Dixon is…

… the following1 day. Such an arrangement of the schedule will mean that none of the Michigan twirlers can falter if the Wolverines are .to be successful on their final trip of the season. The outcome of…

April 30, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 70) • Page Image 13

… ie final event, to emerge as the Big Ten Champions >r the second-consecutive year. The Wolverines imed 56 total points. Runner-up Ohio State fin- hed with 43. The regatta's last race was the first…

… stroke at," Michigan coach Mark Rothstein said. "I ought she rowed a great race." In the beginning of the race, the Wolverines fell ehind both Michigan State and Ohio State. By the alfway point, Michigan…

… round. The p other time in histroy Michigan lost that many to the opening round ,tsin 1995. 2001 NFL Draft No. 8 DAvio TERmj.: The Bears selected Terrell - the Wolverine selected highest in the draft…

April 30, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

… yesterday, coming from behind for the second straight day to overtake Coach Jake Kline's men, 7-2, by virtue of a five-run uprising in the Wolverine half of the fifth. Bo Bowman garnered his second win of the…

… and Zieminski failed to fan a single man. All nine runs in the ball game were unearned, and the Wolverines tallied their five big runs on two infield singles, a pair of errors and two free passes. Get…

… final day of the 50th annual Penn Relays. The win, cou- pled with yesterday's victory in the distance medley, gave the Wolverines their only titles. Expected to cop the last event on the program, the mile…

… relay, the Wolverines ran their only disappoint- ing race. Jim Pierce, leading off, ended up his leg third, and the only Mchigan threat after that came when Bob Ufer, running anchor, pulled up to within a…

… lin smen. 12-6. The Wolverine golfers won only one match in the afternoon's play, taking one of the best ball four- somes. In the singles play, Michigan halved two matches and lost the other two…

…. Peterson of Ohio State was medallist with a 71. In the day's cpening match Jacl: chances were lost, however, when Tews cf the Wolverines, although I Peterson and Crabil whitewashed he was low man for…

April 30, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… By BEV BUSSEY Art Dole, lanky right-hander, pitched the team's first shutouta of the season, blanking the Detroit University Titans, 8-0, yesterday at the U. of D. field to give the Wolverines a clean…

… the plate to save Dole's shutout. t The Wolverine infielders over- Titans, 8-O, for First Shutout i'll 0 1 14 , S41 Mit i1gs I I W 't. Pr . , . Baseball Round-up Detroit Defeats Red Sox DETROIT…

… center, scoring White. After two men were out in the ninth, the Wolverines got hot and put on a six-run scoring spree, bunching four hits, two walks and an error by shortstop Bob Gor- man for the tallies…

… boys are looking forward to competi- tion next year and a chance to show what they can do." Wolverines Join Other Schools Michigan now joins Minnesota. Illinois, Northwestern and Indi- ana in formal Big…

…:00 p.m. The Spartans are not regarded as soft touches by Wolverine men- tor Bert Katzenmeyer even though they lost to a powerful Ohio State squad earlier in the season by a 22-8 count. * * SUMMARIES…

April 30, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

Wolverines pounded out 12 well-bunched hits, four of which went for extra bases, to post two four-run innings and a two-run 'M' Meets Irish Weather permitting, Michi- gan's Conference leading base- ball team…

… their fourth straight Conference victory. Only two Michigan singles failed to figure in the scoring. AFIVE WOLVERIN4E batters col- lected two hits apiece, highlight- ed by Leo Koceski's two-run hom- er in…

… second Conference victory, although he had to be relieved by Dave Settle in the sixth inning Indiana's Jim McGee, who fanned ten Wolverines in the first five innings he pitched, was the loser…

…'s bunt. WOLFF then singled over sec- ond base, Bob Fancett walked and Gerry Dorr blasted a single through the box that Ritter bob- bled to allow all three Wolverines to score. In Michigan's eighth Mc…

… single to right field that drove in the final two Wolverine runs. 1 d By CY CARLTON Despite an official weather pre- diction of snow, Bert Katzenmeyer hopes to start his Maize and Blue linksmen on winning…

… ways tomor- row when, the Wolverine golfers oppose Northwestern on the Uni- versity Course. Michigan's golfers are winless this season, having dropped three meets on their Southern trip and finishing…

… third in a Triangular meet with Ohio State and North Texas State. The Wolverines have twice been rained out of home contests with the University Detroit. of NEW CHIEF - The Board in Control of Student…

… and individual match score in the afternoon. The after- noon round starts at 1:30. Tomorrow will be the first of three busy days at home for the Maize and Blue linksmen as the Wolverines, weather…

… permitting, will meet University of Detroit on Tuesday and Michigan State on Wednesday. Drake Shot Put Crown To Fonvilie Special to The Daily DES MOINES, IOWA - Char- lie Fonville paced the Wolverine entries…

April 30, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

Wolverines Are Scheduled To Perform Here Friday And Saturday Sek Eighth Victory Gee And Fishman Are Still Slated To Hurl Against Hurons At Ypsilanti Because yesterday's continued rain caused the Michigan…

… scene of battle is shifted from the Ypsilanti diamond to Ferry Field the Hurons will probably be opposed by a pair of Wolverine right handers, Ed Andronik and Pete Lahti. After Eighth Win The Wolverines

… the road to the title, or whether Ray Fisher's aggregation is the team to be reck- oned with in the race for the crown. Next Tuesday the Wolverines will travel to Hillsdale to meet a strong college club…

… will oppose Mich- igan on Ferry Field in the first of a three-game series. Ronnie Peters will probably be the Buckeye pitcher with Berger Larson throwing them for the Wolverines. May 9 will be bargain…

… that time. On the basis of these facts it can be judged that no team the Wolverines meet will have an easy time in winning.; Kipke Sends Team Thiro ugh Long Drill In preparation for the scrimmage…

… Selects 30-Man Squad For Ohio Meet Wolverines Face Real Test In Season's Opener Held At Columbus Coach Charlie Hoyt yesterday named a track squad of 30 men to make the trip to Columbus Friday where the…

Wolverines will pick up the rivalry started in the Penn Relays last week when the Buckeyes play host to Michigan in the opening dual meet of the outdoor season. Naming Saturday's encounter with Michigan as the…

…, will lead the Scarlet in their tangle with the Maize and Blue. Minimize Michigan Record Maintaining that "the Wolverines were forced to take a back seat be- cause of the overshadowing per- formance of…

… sprint relay as well as the two mile at the Penn Carnival while the Wolverines were walking off with the one and four mile crowns. The Michigan men named to make the trip include: Sam Stoller, Har- vey…

… hurling for the Wolverines. Pete changed his name when he entered professional baseball and the complications com- ing as a result reached a climax last summer while he was making a good record as a…

April 30, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…r t. y SiHE;IIC I , Wolverines hip Broncos, 10=9, in 11=Inniwg Si iwfe st W alterhouse's Hit with a Bases Full Provides Win Dick Drury, Third Maize and Blue Hurler, Finishes Contest To…

… midwest. lathward and Swanson Get Two In racking up their sixth straight win in seven starts, Michigan knocked out 12 hits, one less than the Broncos. The Wolverine safeties 'ere fairly well scattered as…

… Peacock then 'eiieved Biddle .and retired the side. 9Wth Replaces Boim Pro .QIm,. the Wolverine starter, had a touch of wildness in the second itining when Western scored a pair bf runs on two walks and the…

… the ninth after the Bronco three-run uprising. The Wolverines' next game is with Michigan Normal at Ypsilanti to- morrow afternoon. Probable starter ipr the Maize and Blue is veteran kill Cain who…

…- ways revere Yost and treasure his memory. Golfers To Face Northwestern Leaving Ann Arbor this morning, the Michigan golf team will entrain for Evanston to meet Northwestern in what will be the Wolverine

… journey to Ohio State for the first Big Ten match except Marcel- lus. Phil was a letterman on last year's team that won the conference title. The Wolverine squad that will meetthe Wildcats this week-end has…

April 30, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

…-game series that will constitute the final tuneup contests before the Wolverines fin- ally settle down to the task of cross- ing bats with some of their Confer- ence opponents. Although Michigan has looked…

… ing to play on the other Intramural opponen courts. The games that resulted' set a ne were quite interesting with an up- Wolverin set in one single match, two stir- mark to ring singles heats, end one…

… the eastern pennant contenders. several games. ad has shown a ast week the prospects look Detroit supplies five of the out- ord of sut With t ov l for the Wolverines to make standing new men who are at…

…. Wolverines also gained firsts Browns have added two new out- --------- - Johnny Bergelin, 1929 Varsity relay events, the quarter fielders in Waddey and Bettencourti GRAND RAPIDS, April 23.-(/')- captain, will…

… Luke Appling, brilliant against Johnny Hoekstra, of Niles. been appointed captain. Campbell,. giant Wolverine shortstop, and Mel Simons, former - - - - - thrower, tossed the iron a American Association…

… excellent play ast week, will probably get the cali again Satur- day when the Wolverines tee off against the Buckeyes. The strength of the Ohio State contingent is unknown, cept for the fact that the winner…

… and run- ner-up in the State Championship tournament last summer are occu- pying the first and second ranking positions, all of which seems to indicate that the Wolverines are in (Continued on 'age…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

… Lawrence Favrot ulich C. D, Malloch yWallace Flower :d Charles R. Richards kwood Richard G. Burchell THE WOLVERINE: 1916-1922 Persons active, in local' journalistic circles will doubtless note considerable…

… significance in the an- nouncement that the Board of Control of Student Publications yesterday, in answer to a petition from the managing editor and business manager elect of The Wolverine, voted to make that…

April 30, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

… Game Of Series Today FISHER TO START ALTERED LINEUP *an Lenglen, A Left Hander, Slated To Take Xound Agalnst Wolverines EXPECT PITCHING DUEL Coach Ray Fisher's new infield combination will receive its…

… Detroit nee ilur a! row. 57-0 score." So great was the super- In Ottemes the Minnesota team has iority of the Wolverine team that they a sure point winner in several of the lost but one set. events. He is…

… desperately, but his rally availed lit- reported comparatively weak in the tle for Crane finished the match, 7-9, weight events. 6-1, 7-5.1 The Wolverines, although they plac- Captain Krickbaum conquered Al ed…

… they bur- ied 6-0, 6-1. Neither Titan team seem- ed at all able to cope with the ag- gressive game displayed by the Mich- igan men. Both Wolverine teams worked well together and took the net throughout…

… golfers on this year's squad, the Wolverines are expecting a vic- tory. Freely and Glover are veteran stars of last year's team and are ex- pected to play some of the best golf in the Conference this season…

April 30, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

… Three Hits Apiece; Wisniewski Hurls Second Conference Win Wolverine Nine Defeats Illinois, 13-3 Oklahoma Aggies Move Into Drake Relays Lead 'M' Golfers Face Test On Purdue Links Today Battle…

… Boilermakers, OSU in Triangular Meet; Vie With Wildcats, Badgers Monday (Continued from Page 1) six times at bat to give him a .611 batting average in Big Ten competition. 'M' Scores in First The Wolverines

… two mile final, behind Bob Hunt of U.C.L.A. and Bob Buchanan of Oklahoma A&M. The Wolverines also qualified John Johnson for the 100 yard dash fi- nals to be held tomorrow. Johnson won the third heat of…

….-Disqual- ified from third place in its heat, Michigan's 880 yard relay team of Laird Sloan, Dave Hessler, Dick Flodin, and Grant Scruggs failed to gain a berth in today's finals of the Penn Relays. The Wolverines

… by placing two men in the finals. Willard Thomson and Abe Woodson both qualified with times of :14.6. The Wolverines expect to im- prove on their showing in today's competition. Also highlighting to…

…'s golf squad gets another rugged test this afternoon as Coach Bert Kat- zenmeyer's aggregation again faces Purdue and Ohio State, this time at Lafayette, Ind. The Wolverines won't return to the home base…

… Improvement The Ohioans could do no bet- ter than tie with the Wolverines for second place that day, and hope to make a strong showing. Wisconsin won six straight meets before bowing to Purdue earlier in the…

April 30, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 119) • Page Image 15

…, who it hopes will contribute to a successful season next fall. The Wolverines inked forward Brandon Kaleniecki and goalie Alvaro Montoya to join the squad. Kaleniecki, a proven goal scorer, led the…

… courses to complete his high see ma requirements. He will also- e Wolverines in the fall. ya will follow in the foot- of Steve Shields, Marty and Josh Blackburn to e the fourth goalie in row to s a…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

WOLVERINE SWIMMERS RANKED HIGH ACTION EARLY SEASON BATTING !!LVLIIIIL ETII IAIT IN RIDER CUP MATCHES' IN MYTHICAL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS TE M !LY PVICTPA ""~.. xCiark{ Selects 1Al-ouferen(T teaijiil…

… as a potential conqueror of the ap- parently strong Wolverines, should furnish plenty of opposition for the local team to, insure an interesting afternoon. Last week the Pontiac or- i/ , chosen by…

….-Columbia's crew is the Hawks after a victory over Mich- composed of seven sophomores and ' ian. one junior. i anizationr played Ypsilanti formal1 on the "best possible", medley relay sensational Wolverines in the…

April 30, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ILL] IL r+ r m r 1 t WOLVERINES TO OPEN SEASON WITH CHICAGO MAROON TRACK( TEAM~ HERE FOR INITIAL MEET, SATURDAY, MAY 17 Michigan's next Varsity track and field meet Is…

…'s sprint and hurdle men will con- tribute a great many points toward the Wolverine score in the Chicago meet. FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM DEFEATS FRESH LAW NINE In the first game of the season the reshmen…

… arise, the game with the Teachers will be decided Wednesdaytafternoon on Fer- ry field. This match combined withj the Maroon tilts scheduled for Friday and Saturday, will offer the Wolverine supporters a…

April 30, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

… Liverance will the game against Notre Dame, if he continues his good form, he Id lead the Wolverines to victory the Catholics. The South Bend won from Kalamazoo college through eight errors of the Cel- city…

… Michigan nine will probably a harder fight than they did in last contest, which was a nine ree slaughter. According to the Wagner, the Purdue lefthander, probably pitch, and he may be for the Wolverines to…

April 30, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… Detroit Home at the NOTDWOLVD off4E YOU'LL like the spirit of welcome and hospitality that pervades the entiro Hotel Wolverine organization.,lEvery employee is interested in giving you the quick, courteous…

…, willing service so necessary to your complete comfort. Mchigani students find the Hotel Wolverine convenient to all amusements and a favorite gathering place. You'll be more tlnpleased with the bright…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

… is a possibility that conditions at Philadelphia will favor the Wolverines. Illinois drew the 13th position in the race to be held Saturday, and su- perstitious Michigan supporters are counting on this…

… jigx to defeat the Illini. The Wolverines drew fifth place in the race. FOU INDOOR AMES PLAYERI IN FRATERNITY BALL SERIES Four games were played in the fra- ternity indoor baseball series ,Thurs- day l…

April 30, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Stater (3~Nine Swveeps Trip leheader Officials Meet, By PETE Di LORENZI Special to The Daily EAST LANSING-In one of the finest days in Michigan baseball history, the Wolverines swept to a…

… victory moved the Wolverines into a virtual three way tie for first place in the Big Ten standings with Minnesota and Indiana, who both swept double- headers yesterday. Coach Don Lund's young hus- tlers…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 7

…-fk-ES SHI IOP T-71 ' .i ,.a al ADVERTI SING AT 3Fal + pILss ae*i~l'' ViTe II With BE.RELIN SWARS AGAIN -Wolverine golfers sored thei se- ouid successive victory ove the st og rDetroit Golf club team by…

… avenge the defeats adminis- tered to Michigan teams (during pre- vious seasons. The 'Wolverines attain- ed their first vict ory over the D- troiternslast Friday in a matcha played on the Detroit golf cub…

… Detroit. Cole defeated his opponent by a score of two and one last week, while he took two and a half points in his match yesterday af- ternoon. John Bergelin was the sec ond Wolverine to repeat his success…

… Hastings, a vetran of two years experience, won two and a half points for the Wolverines in defeating Fr ancis Ryan, who played in the place of Larr'y Kinar of the Detroit team. John lover Captured the final…

… players considerably. All of the men experienced difficulty in putting due to the poor condition of the greens. The Wolverine squad appears to be in good condition for the opening con- ference matches with…

… one of the most prom- ising men on the squad._ ,WOLVERINE SWIMMERS AWARDED HIGH HNR (Continued from Page G) the 220, Moody and Druiding are awarded' the other places. No complaint can be lodged against…

April 30, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… another of his patented finishing kicks to give Michigan a win in the two-mile relay in the Penn Relays. The Wolverines had won the' four-mile relay on Friday, and thus duplicated their efforts of last…

… experienced success as he got off a throw of 54'9" to place second in the shot put. Aquino Close Charles Aquino ran the first leg for the Wolverine quartet, stayed near the front and gave the baton to- Walt…

… was not peaches for the Wolverines, however, Carter Reese, running the third leg of the sprint medley, suddenly dropped the ba- ton. He picked it up, but was too far behind so Michigan dropped, out…

April 30, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

… in Sedum." THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION ANN ARBOR, MICH. SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1944 Michigan Wolverine Students'{ operative Restaurant, Inc.: The nual membership meeting will held tomorrow at 7…

… the four-mile event. The Wolverines were heavily favored to win the mile relay, but the veteran Ufer faltered in the last leg of the race after pulling up with the leaders. Mich- igan finally placed…

… third. The Wolverines also wound up third in the two-mile relay after leading most of the way. Faculty Women's Club Music $ec- ton Instrumental Group: Monday, May 1st, 8 o'clock, Mrs. Palmer A. Throop…

April 30, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… includ- ed everything from brilliant pitching to a jumbled batting order, proved fruitless to Michigan's improved base- ball team yesterday as Purdue dumped the Wolverines 3 to 2 in a hotly con- 'tested…

…. The Wolverines had unfortunately, found out three hitters late. Is Fourth Big Ten Loss Purdue's Coach Dutch Fehring, ob- viously distressed at the regretful turn of events, offered to have his side…

April 30, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

… FerryField Michigan's Varsity baseball team, still holding down first place in the Conference standings, will play Mich- igan Normal at 4:05 p.m. this after- noon on the Ferry Field diamond The Wolverines

…-time Sherwood and Mills (M) defeated Michigan track and field records will Mayberry and Elliott (W) 6-4, 6-3. be on the block Saturday afternoon Dean and Flick (M) defeated Da- when the Wolverines meet a great In…

…, , , crack the Field mark of 9:23.1. and the 100 in :52.3. With Kirar Townsend Looks Good pacing Tomski, Mowerson and Tom Supporting Watson in both the Haynie, the Wolverine sprint quartet shot put and discus…

April 30, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 143) • Page Image 6

… this October in New York may buy reservations in the Administration Building for one of the planes to be chartered by the Wolverine Club. Arrangements for the Army game weekend were announced this week…

…- tion of New York. Saturday eve- ning there will be a buffet dinner dance. The Wolverine Club will also buy Broadway theatre tickets for anyone who wants them. For information of trip costs in- terested…

April 30, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… Squeezes 3-2 Triumph Over Airtight Irish Hurling Notre Dame Mound Work Excels, But Wolverines Make Most Of Breaks To Keep Streak Intact Michigan Downs State Netmen, 8-1 By BOB SHOPOFF Michigan's baseball…

… day the Wolverines found themselves in a tight ball game as Johnny Metzger, Irish hurler, scattered two hits among the usually powerful hitters in the Michigan lineup. Metzger had trou- ble all day…

April 30, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

… Lead Michigan Wolverines In Quest Of ofemate1it Fourth Straight Win the Detroit __________ IBlue netter Michigan's baseball team will be ord for the trying for its fourth straight victorym in eleven days…

… when it meets Hillsdale Miller Sh College at 3:30 p.m. today at Hillsdale. ranking W Rei ndel wa With the Wolverines rolling along but finally in top form, playing the brand of ball only other they…

… Pontiac who is now con- Tennis Club inka series cerned with earning his ninth Mich- courts. The Maize and igan letter and his third in baseball, s, still with a perfect rec- leads the Wolverine regulars at…

April 30, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… service, as track coach At the con- accompanied the Wolverine thin- clads to the Drake relays last week.f The veteran mentor, who is retir- ing from the Michigan staff this year, was lauded as one of the…

… Assistant, Coach Cappon was directing the efforts of the backfield men. A long punting drill occupied the I time of several of the Wolverines in an effort to discover someoneI except Captain-elect Ducky…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 5

… prices? Out of the ten thousand students here half of you don't know THE WOLVERINE CAFE serves real home cooking that you are all used to and are looking for in Ann Arbor. ~6 Co-ed smoking has been…

…, 11:30---2:00 50c Dinners, 5:30-8:00 - - - - 65c WOLVERINE CAFE 329 South Main St. Across from the Wuerth Theatre 11 --- t 'a FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK GOTHAM REG..U.S.PAT. OFF. SILK…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… ED UCATIONAL IDEALI AO[DDB Bs9uoHI RESS BEFORE CONYOCATIOh INTERNATIONAl BONDS MICHIGAN NINE WINS OVER SYRACUSE 82; HORNBERGER PLACES SECOND IN PENN MEET Cooper, Other Wolverine Entry, Falls To…

… two' mile field was one of the best as- sembled in'years. k Don Cooper, other Wolverine entry in today's events, failed to qualify in. the 120 yard high hurdle race. This, was a distinct surprise, as…

… todayl as the Pennsylvania relay carnivalj began.' s Lord David Burleigh, Cambridge, failed to repeat his 1925 victory in Wolverines -Feore Six Runs In Last 'wo Innings As Dixon Weakens; Play Second Game…

… Tomorrow DAVIS SCORES HOME RUN By Sports Editor, Syracuse Daily Orange SYRACUSE, N. Y., April 29-Scor- ing six runs in the final ;two innings, the Wolverine baseball team conquer- ed the Syracuse university…

April 30, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…-elected by Freshmen. WILL DECIDE ON RULES Penitentiary Inmates Cowed by Show of Force; National Guard Officer Given Charge MONTAGUE WILLa of Jail Break Mutiny. .. Wolverines Show Improvementj in Batting…

… especially row afternoon in Room D, Alumni Tribute to Members. day to aid in the developing of gratifying to Wolverine fans. Memorial Hall. His discussion is class spirit for the gaes. The Michigan's lineup…

… events, five of Ohio scored 'on- Loose Fielding. itmotetamesnoftheew memh which wibe besFridayafterioon at. Montague, the Wolverine moun d-,itiut ? , er~taieo tenmsofte~w ~mesthe Hurn flyr and te…

April 30, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… the part of the boys from the School of Applied Science, Mlichigan might have experi- enced considerable anxiety and con- cern over the possible outcome, for the Wolverines didn't earn a sagle solitary…

… orthodox and sportsmanlike fashion, but Case was insistent and not wishing to give offense to their guests, Ihe Wolverines made the most of the opportunity. To tell the truth, the visitors couldn't ever have…

… the honored quartet. A dispute between the judges was caused by the close finish between Smith of Michi- gan and Teschner, but ended with the Wolverine captain drawing the de- cision, after some…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

Wolverine and any other publica- tion officers needed, will be appointed for the ensuing year by the Board in Control of Student Publications on Saturday, May 8, 1920. Applications for any of these positions…

April 30, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

… Creek, and which went to the Wolverines by a 1 to 0 score. The Michigan tryouts have been hard at work for sonme time and they expect to have easier going with the Normal team than in the last bout. The M…

April 30, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

… weekend. Now, with a 3-0 conference rec- ord, the Wolverines are tied for the Big Ten lead with Purdue. After dropping Notre Dame 2-0 in the first game of a four-game road series, Michigan went on to shut…

…- igan's opponents gathered a total of two runs on 17 hits in four games. The Wolverine nine did not fare so well in Tuesday's rematch with Notre Dame, as the Irish dropped Michigan 9-3. Shortstop Rich…

April 30, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…. every inning the Wolverine base- subcommittee member who said ' -' ball squad blasted Illinois, 13-3, the bill is "totally inadequate" in here yesterday to grab undisputed that it fails to meet the…

Wolverine hitting was little "has many excellent features." FundIDown% '56L, received the Camp- short of sensational as eighteen Increase in Gas Tax GroWs bell Case Club competition award. hits were pounded…

April 30, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

… as his Wolverine Varsity baser ball team took a 4-3 thriller from Michigan State's Spartans. The game reached its climax in a two-run ninth inning splurge by a battling Michigan club that overcame the…

… State Teachers College nine at 4 p.m. today at Ferry Field. Cliff Wise will face Frank (Stub) Overmire, the Bronco's sensational left-hander, in the Wolverines last home game: until they play Michigan…

April 30, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

…. Petitioning For Michigan Wolverine Board Begins Petitions for nomination of can- didates for the Board of Directors of the Michigan Wolverine are due Friday, John Scheibe, '42M, presi- dent of the cooperative…

April 30, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

… one Boilermaker, Hoffer, 2-1 with a par 72. Black lost 21/2 points to Dahle as he stroked a 74 against his opponent's 73. Tom TusSing, the Wolverine num- ber two man, swept his match against Goldstein…

… hom- er in the second Hoosier game, will start in right field in order to add some Evashevski punch to the Wolverine batting order. Coach John Kobs' Spartans, riddled by graduation and injuries, have…

April 30, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

… opening match oil the Wolverines schedule, the team leaving at 11:30 Contests; Se TI cials SOPHS SEEM TO HAVE ADVANTA(E ioof, .- fut- Michigan's outdoor track season will open tomorrow afternoon…

…-matches will be played on the courts of the Toledo Tennis club, and the opposition which the Wolverines will meet at this time will prove most valuable as training for the eastern trip of the quartet of the men…

April 30, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

…" this winter, Fox are the reliable business men of the gained the distinction of beating "Al" city. It is to your interest to trade Robinson in the half-mile after the with them. former Wolverine star had…

April 30, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… ; mus aaync bak.promisehsbadfBdelity, obedi--T lro ence, and also to follow him wherever n a Fre p t bn Iher sband Beticrs Hammer-Throw he may go!'" goes to Africa and forgets to give Of Former Wolverine

Wolverines' hopes of victory as the Spartans scored three runs on threej j hits to win, 5 to 1, yesterday at Ferry Field. Art Patchin and Francis Wistert gave up 11 hits to the invaders while their mates were…

April 30, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…- able to hold the Wolverine batters in check, being hit for 110hits duringthe six frames he worked. Captain Dill- man, Norrie Ryrholm and Buck Giles led the attack. Dillman and Giles each connected safely…

…. The ball committee will be at infield. The Wolverines also failed to the booth in the lobby of the Union score in this frame. To start the again today to give out the applica- fifth, Fisher beat out a…

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