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October 04, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 4, 1985- Page 5 A Michigan cheerleader flies through the air, urging the 100,000-plus fans to cheer for the Wolverines. An Ann Arbor policeman keeps a silent…

… watch over the crowd. Wolverine punter Monte Bobbins warms up on the sidelines. Marching band conductor Eric Becher leads the halftime show. Photographs by ANDI SCHREIBER . s ' IF …

October 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'s soccer team night as well be kicking field goals - t boots more balls over the net than in t. That is why the Wolverines are 2-6-1. "We'd be winning if we were scoring," Vichigan coach Debbie Belkin said…

… the field," Belkin said. 'It's just putting that final (touch)." The Wolverines will try to find a rem- xdy for their scoring woes when they :lash with the Titans today at Detroit. The Titans (7…

October 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

… ball into the far- left corner to one of many long rallies. The Wolverines finished off the fourth game with an I1-0 run. Of the nine points in the run, only two came from Purdue attack errors as the…

Wolverines' forced the fifth game, 15-7. The fifth game was close, but the Wolverine never had the lead even though they were never more than three points down at once. Sarah Behnke's three kills in a row…

… forced a tie at the tenth and eleventh points. Then the bottom fell out. The Wolverines missed a serve. They.com- mitted a net violation. And a quick Boilermaker sideout ended the Wolverines' final…

…, 15-9. In the fourth game, Michigan only managed four points. After Wisconsin put together a five-point run to take the lead 7-4, the Wolverines hit nine kills. But the Badgers still managed to score…

… Waite said. "If you don't, it's not much fun." The Wolverines began the third game with a 13-7 lead off a 6-0 run, but couldn't execute for two sideouts in a row until Wisconsin had pulled them- selves up…

… to 10. Not even Kacor's team- high 14 kills saved the game for the Wolverines as Wisconsin's home crowd stood and yelled, "point Wisconsin" as the Badgers pulled out a 16-14 game- three win for the…

… tough in West Lafayette this weekend for the Wolverines, who conference foes Wisconsin and Purdue. It's the pits for M' without str Pittenger's absence disrupts rhythm, has Blue sagging in Big Ten '.3…

… Michigan had won the first game, the Wolverines suddenly found themselves on the defen- sive, behind 2-1. Michigan coach Mark Rosen was calling numerous timeouts to try and calm his team down. "Those are the…

…'s heroics weren't enough to save Michigan. The Wolverines lost the fifth game and the match, 15-12. "When the system breaks down like that, typically it'z a mistake of passion," Rosen said. "People trying to…

Wolverines have been beset by setbacks - a pummeling by No. 2 Penn State, outside hitter Alija Pittenger's ankle sprain, and losses to Wisconsin and Purdue. Pittenger sprained her ankle during Tiesday…

October 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 4) • Page Image 20

….V Berendowsky has led the Wolverines in goals, game-winning goals, points and shots for the past two seasons. Entering this season, much of the same was expected of the senior. Unfortunately for Michigan, she was…

… lost early in the season and forced to miss six games. In Berendowsky's absence, other Wolverines stepped to the forefront, led by freshman Abby Crumpton and junior Kacy Beitel. Crumpton is lead- ing the…

… were held to three shots on goal for the game. Wolverine Mari Hoff scored her third goal of the season in the 27th minute of the first half. Hoff directed an Emily Schmitt comer kick into the back of the…

…-1-1 7-2-0 6-2-1 6-3-1 5-3-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 6-1-0 6-3-0 The Wolverines recent surge has raised their Big Ten record to 5-0-1. They are on a four-game winning streak. "We play for each other and there is a…

… nicely for the Wolverines lately. They are undefeated in Big Ten play. America Online, Inc. JP Morgan Coca-Cola Company Dell Computer Corporation Yahoo Gap, Inc. Levis BMW IBM Corporation Nokia Mc…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…'s women's tennis team will begin its 2001-02 season tomorrow at the fourth annual Wolverine Fall Invita- tional. The Wolverines will host var- ious schools from across the region including Bowling Green, De…

… excited to begin the season. "Since Septem- ber 13, the team has made lots of progress and we're very anxious to compete," Ritt said,adding that VARSITY TENNIS CENTER Whoi Michigan hosts the Wolverine Fall…

… Invitational When: Friday through Sunday Latest: This will be the Wolverines' first competitive matches of the 2001-02 sea- son. "Daniel had an outstanding career as a student-athlete," Ritt said. "She's an…

… divided into the blue, maize and wolverine flights. In last year's. competition, Michigan dominated each field, placing first in each division and claiming the top two spots in three of the four. After…

October 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 4) • Page Image 13

… Sunday. The Wolverines finished 11th among the 19 teams that competed in a tournament that was shortened due to inclement weather. The tour- nament was reduced to 36 total holes after rain wiped out half…

… of the 36 holes that were to be played Satur- *day. However, the rain actually had no adverse effects on Michigan's performance. The Wolverines stood in fourth place after Saturday, only two shots…

October 04, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 5) • Page Image 12

Wolverines held to Columbus for the Fall Buekeye Classic. The 54-hole tournament (36 Saturday, 18 Sunday) will be held on the par 72 Scarlet Golf Course. Tlfe Big Ten teams in the field in- clude Ohio State…

…," Carras said. "The scores now should be lower than the ones shot in the spring." Denny Sikkila and Anthony Dietz, the two top scorers at the last tournament, will lead the Wolverines into Columbus. Sikkila…

… weekend). However, we have placed it as a challenge to see if we can go at it one more time." Stone's team knows that it will be facing a different Wolverine team than in the past. "Michigan is doing a…

Wolverines (1-1, 9-3) must come right back tomorrow and face,, an unpredictable Indiana squad. The Hoosiers (0-2, 3-10) got their feet,; wet in the Big Ten last week by I playing league favorites Ohio State…

… also affected Indiana's big gun, senior outside hitter Colleen Jordan. Michigan volleyball coach Peggy Bradley-Doppes discusses strategy during a time out in a match last fall. The Wolverines host Ohio…

… to Michigan State in the back of its mind. It has no time to dwell on the past. asmorrow, the Wolverines will try to improve their 5-5-1 record when they play host to the Butler junior varsity squad at…

… very comfortable during the game." The JV Butler Bulldogs are 1-1 after playing against two St. Louis area community colleges. For the past twoweeks, they have been preparing for the Wolverines. "We…

… never completed. "I think it's going to be a very competitive game," Butler fullback Bryan Kumler said. "I also predict it to be a low scoring game." However, the Wolverines hope to makesit a landslide…

…- beaten streak. The Wolverines currently boast an 11-0- 2 record. Michigan was scheduled to face Central Michigan at Mt. Pleasant yesterday, but the match was cancelled and rescheduled for Oct. 22. The…

… defeat defending national soccer club champs Minnesota, 4-0. In Saturday's two games, the Wolverines outshot their opponents, 29-4. However, they could manage only one goal in the two games. Michigan…

October 04, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 20) • Page Image 10

…0 2B - October 4, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Blue blows four-goal lead Hagelin's early exit B ,hurts Wolverines Daily Sports Editor Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson entered the…

Wolverines' season opener on Saturday need- ingjust one win tobecome the sixth coach in history to MERCYHURST 4 reach 700 MICHIGAN 4 win1s. - But at W. ONTARIO 2 the end MICHIGAN 4 of No. 4 Michigan's 4-4 tie…

… ommitted the fourth-few- tonight," Berenson said. "You're enalties of any Wolverine going to make some mistakes in ason, is known as a classy a game when it's early on in the y player. game. But you just don…

… jumbled." has three career goals ... In the RGOTTEN ASSIGN- two games this weekend, every TS: With the score 4-1 in Wolverine saw playing time gan's favor it looked as if except senior forward Ben Win…

…. Mercyhurst cut the lead to one just 27 seconds after the final penalty. The Wolverines took an extra two minutes in the overtime to finish with 31 penalty minutes in tota l. Mercyhurst had it. "I think the…

… game went into overtime Michigan had more chances to get Berenson his 700th win. The Wolverines fired four shots in the extra period. And in the fiial min- utes, senior right winger Scooter Vaughan hit…

October 04, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…- shadowed by her team's up-and-down play in a weekend of conference com- petition. The Wolverines controlled their match against Purdue (3-1 Big Ten, 10-4), but struggled to beat an Indiana team that remains…

…. Even though the Boilermak- ers won the close second game, 34-32, and improved their hitting throughout the match, the Wolverines never lost control. "It was the steadiest our team has played all year…

October 04, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 4) • Page Image 17

…," Berenson said. "And when we capitalize (on shorthanded chances), those are huge goals"t The penalty kill spent a lot of time on the ice, with the Wolverines drawing nine penalties. Michiganl alternate…

… situations, a majority of Al Montoya's work came when the Wolverines weref down a man.E "I think we could have done a better job overall in1 terms of killing penalties," Rogers said. "With thatc said, we didn…

… started when he took the puck off a Wind- sor defender's skate and then fired it past goalie Jay Ewasiuk. Kevin Porter spent considerable time on the penalty kill, scoring his first goal as a Wolverine

… picked up two points each for the Blue team. Seniors Milan Gajic and Michael Woodford netted the White team's only goals. Despite lacking the intensity of a normal game, the match-up gave the Wolverines

… another chance to get their game legs. The Wolverines will likely add two of the 12 non- roster players - comprised mostly of club team play- ers - that participated in yesterday's game to fill out their…

… of the dis- allowed goal, the Wolverines finished the half extremely flat, giving Har %,rd a couple of good scoring chances. At the start of the second half, Michigan played like a different team, exh…

…'s soccer team had an opportunity to take a stranglehold on the Big Ten standings this weekend with games against fellow contenders No. 5 Penn State and No. 21 Ohio State. But the No. 16 Wolverines (4-1-1 Big…

… weekend, including a career-high 11 against Ohio State. Michigan was outshot 14-9 in the first half against the Buckeyes, but 'Ibura kept the Wolverines in the game until fresh- man defender Kandice Mc…

… spectacular saves. In the 63rd minute, Ohio State's Laura Dickenmann finally broke through with the tying goal. Following a Buckeye's scoring chance, the Wolverine defense was unable to clear the ball. Ohio…

… where it left off, but was only able to muster one shot on goal. With the game in double overtime and fatigue setting in, the Wolverines were again and again saved by Tuura. She made two diving saves in…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 19

…10B - The Michigan Daily - FACEOFF 2001 - Thursday, October 4, 2001 i U w 14P w w w w The Michigan Daily - FACEOFF 2001 Mike Cammalleri has always been... 9 The Wolverines' Mr. Everything…

…. During the early part of the sea- son, the Wolverines willM count on " Cammalleri for their offensive Height-5'9" punch because of Weight -182 lbs.. their lack of Grade - Junior proven experience Pos…

… season to torment defenses across the nation. This year, with Hilbert wearing the black and gold of the Boston Bruins, Cammalleri will look to form a new dynamic duo with another Wolverine. Who that will…

… Michigan was eam." two wins away from winning its oach Red Berenson 10th national championship last season. With the help of Cammalleri, the Wolverines were playing their best hockey, and after their victory…

… got it t He just gets better and better." -head coach Re ie's CE ,e h ar 1s t, dC Mike Cammalleri led the Wolverines with 29 goals last season. Now he must rise up and lead his team to the next…

… least. The Wolverines were caught flat-footed and weren't ready for the initial push of the Eagles. Cammalleri, recently named one of the team's three alternate captains, took a lot from the loss to…

… the other team. We need to come out as the team with the chip on our shoulder this time around." . Michigan's 2000-2001 performance was like a roller coaster ride. One night the Wolverines would…

… dominate their opponent, and then the next they'd come out with a total lack of intensity. This. inconsistency is another issue that Cammalleri must try and address if the Wolverines plan to contend for the…

… improve that this season." With 10 freshmen joining the return- ing Wolverines this season, Cammalleri's role will be even more important than in most years. "They're very impressionable," Cammalleri said…

… Development Program Under-18 Team, the Long Island native arrived in Ann Arbor. During his first season, Komisarek was an immediate impact player for the Wolverines. He finished second among the team…

October 04, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 4, 2005 TREVOR CAMPBELL/Daily Michigan golfer Christian Vozza helped the Wolverines win their first tournament in more than four seasons. Vozza helped by…

… and the umpire signaled the strikeout call. Not only did Delaney get a taste of Michigan softball in the Wolverines' first game on Sunday, but Michigan coach Carol Hutchins also had her start the…

… greatest achieve- ment in his time at Michigan. Two weekends back, at the Wolverine Intercollegiate, Vozza took first place overall and helped Michigan post its first tournament victory in more than four…

… victory - the Wolverines and his parents. Vozza got to share his first collegiate victory with the teammates that took him golfing when he was a child and watched him take home the Amateur Championship last…

October 04, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…6A - Thursday, October 4, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Bolender out at ITA All- American tournament By ERIN LENNON For theDaily Two Wolverines will rep- resent the Michigan women…

… Bektas will face high caliber competition in the main draw of doubles beginning Thursday afternoon. The duo won its only match Saturday at the Wolverine Invi- tational. "The thing about them is that they…

… match against teams in the top 25. In its third straight road match, the MICHIGAN 1 Wolverines MINNESOTA 3 struggled against No. 10 Minnesota, and Michigan fell in four sets, 13-25, 20-25, 25-23, 22…

… kills. Soph- omore setter Lexi Dannemi- ller and junior outside hitter Lexi Erwin, who both recorded double-doubles, also helped the Wolverines. Statistically, Michigan's first set was its worst of the…

… season, with a season low 13 points. The Wolverines earned 11 kills and finished with a.276 kill percent- age in the set, but their defense fell against the Golden Gophers' (4-1, 13-3) game-high .519 kill…

… hit for a .179 kill percentage and 10 kills. The Wolverines' improved play in the second set was led by Dannemiller's nine assists to go along with Erwin's four kills. Michigan finally found its groove…

… in the third set. Running out to a 4-1 lead, Dannemiller's 12 assists and two kills, and the defensive stand all helped the Wolverines steal the third set. At first it looked as though Michigan was…

… Golden Gophers pulled away at 24-20. The Wolverines were able to hold off two match points, but couldn't hold on, fall- ing 25-22. Michigan is now just 1-3 against ranked opponents this year. The…

Wolverines beat No. 25 Northern Illinois earlier in Sep- tember, but they suffered con- secutive losses to No. 17 Purdue and No. 6 Nebraska before the loss to Minnesota. Junior Brooke Bolender couldn't find…

October 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

… meet, many runners wor- ried how the high altitude of over 6,000 feet would affect their performances. Although the Wolverines did finish a respectable fourth place, the three teams that defeated them…

… wing Mike Knuble (an alternate captain) joins Steven Halko (also an alternate) and team captain Rick Willis to provide leadership for the Wolverines this season. Blue wars un after sumdmaer M' hockey…

…, who will permaz nently join the squad. Wolverine senior Ian Forsyth finished in 10th place last weekend. Innovation Opportunity ZS Associates is a rapidly grdwing, entrepreneurial management…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 18

… ...................................,.............................................................: Blue goaltending traditon continues with Blackburn Losses may leave 2001 Wolverines inexperienced, but not without depth By Steve Jackson Daily Sports Writer Defense wins championships. It's as old an…

… All-American from last season, left the Wolverines this past summer to pursue his dream of playing in the NHL. Drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2000, the forward takes an impressive resume of stats with…

… eligibility as a Wolverine. I …

October 04, 2013 (vol. 124, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

… been 15 years since the Michigan women's soccer team won in East Lansing, since it sung "The Victors" on the Spar- tans' field. That changed Thursday after- noon as the Wolverines snapped the streak…

… to be determined to score goals." The 21st-ranked Wolverines (2-1-1 Big Ten, 8-2-1 overall) came in needing a win after a 0-1-1 weekend. Michigan came out fir- ing early on, putting its first shot on…

October 04, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…-17 By MARK MIHANOVIC Special to the Daily BLOOMINGTON - The Michigan Wolverine offense, erratic through its first three games, completely over- powered Indiana's defense and out- scored the free…

…-wheeling Hoosiers 38-17, yesterday at Memorial Stadium. Butch Woolfolk performed what is becoming a weekly ritual for the Wolverines (3-1 overall and 1-1 in the Big Ten), running through and around opponents for big…

… only Wolverines to gain 100 or more yards in six consecutive games. The senior tailback now has 551 yards after four 1981 outings. "IT MEANS something to me to be compared to backs like Rob Lytle and…

… in the back of the end zohe. The tempo of, the game was set.% The Wolverines came right back with a 74-yard touchdown drive, 54 of which, Woolfolk pumped out, that culminated in a three-yard touchdown…

…, Page 10 MICHIGAN QUARTERBACK Steve Smith goes over the goal line backwar- ds for the Wolverines first score against Indiana in Bloomington yesterday' afternoon. Tight end Norm Betts (82) and fullback…

… Stan Edwards (32) block- for the Michigan signal caller. The Wolverines won. 38-17. Auditoriums filled to SRO (fo By JANET RAE Engineering sophomore Kim Oberle has five words of advice: Don't be late…

October 04, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 25) • Page Image 10

… Tght edowlt prove he's best SALE ENDS 10/6/79 201 E. Washington at Fourth OPEN 9-6 Mon-Sat 994-3572 over the Wolverines, hauling in seven tosses for 79 yards and a crucial third quarter score. Marsh…

… currently leads the Wolverines with 14 catches for 257 yards and one touchdown in just four games. At his present rate, he's a cinch to surpass his 1978 totals of 19 receptions for 283 yards. Marsh admitted…

… at least his fair share this weekend if Michigan is to return to Ann Arbor victorious over the hated Spar- tans. Marsh's performance thus far has been a silver lining on a gloomy Wolverine offense…

October 04, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 4) • Page Image 18

… players whose maturity extends far beyond their years.' Wolverines won the national championship, becoming thle first women's sports teams to dd-so in school history. Though she _id not see game action…

Wolverines improve as' a team every season since.. Former teamnmate and current undergradu- Beth Riley ate assistant coach April Fronzoni remnem- bers Maloney never giving an mnch. "In practice I lovd going up…

October 04, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 20) • Page Image 10

… resulted in a newfound spirit for the Wolverines, but the Spartans de- fense was able to hold Michigan. Michigan coach Mike Ruddy JOSE JUAHRL/ail Michigan sophomore middle forward Dick Hillary kicks the…

… ball out of the Wolverines' end of the field against the Spartans yesterday. blamed the loss on inconsistency. "We played good the last sixty-five minutes," the third year coach said. "But we can't be…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

… hockey, fans get a taste of the Yost experience. The experience of watching a sporting event with 6,000 other people and cheering on the Wolverines while incessantly taunt- ing the opposition is one only…

… attainable at Yost. This year, Yost has much more to offer fans as they prepare for another season of Wolverine hockey. A new scoreboard, which hangs over the center of the rink, will provide fans with…

…, eager- ly awaiting the Wolverines' upcoming challenge; Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena. Everyone except for their sophomore Jed Ortmeyer. Against the Irish, Ortmeyer suffered a knee injury that would…

… announced by Michigan coach Red Berenson on Sept 6. The announce- ment came as bit of a surprise to the team, as the Wolverines have not had a junior captain for the past eight seasons. And after missing…

… injured, the Wolverines missedJe his strong, physical " ' ' presence out on the ice. Many times, a hit by Height - 6V Ortmeyer would com- Weight - 185 lbs. pletely change the com- Grade Junior plexion of a…

October 04, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 24) • Page Image 9

… was in a rut-a winning rut. Coach Ron Warhurst's teams were producing Big Ten titles like copies from a Xerox duplicator. Then, last fall the Wolverine machine suddenly. short-circuited, and the…

… candidates-like Dan Heikkinen, Steve Elliott, Bill Weidenbach, Gerry Donakowski, Dough Sweazey and Dave.Lewis-to illustrate his point. These six runners finished just 35 seconds apart to lead the Wolverines to…

… down on Ferry Field, the Blue booters came out strong in the first half in an attempt to knock off Wesley. The Ohioans had ripped the Wolverines 4-0 last year, so Michigan's booters felt they had to…

… more as Dave Kendall and Mohamed Alhamad controlled action. But the more experienced Wesley con- tingent weathered the Wolverine storm as they parlayed some defensive miscues into three late goals. The…

… tie-breaking goal came when a The Wolverines, who played without both their stars, Stephen Mitcov and forward Dave Ritchie, were "much bet- ter than last year, due to their coaching. Last year they had…

October 04, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…. * * * * BRANOFF got the Wolverines off on a winning stride with two Joseph M Ne~w York AS CHAIRMAN of the commit- s -v'a con" tee which will have to pass on woud acas FOA personnel funds in the next would caus…

… their seats throughout the downpour. Although they cheered with undampened hearti- ness at Wolverine activities, the biggest roar of the day came when the sun broke through again seven minutes before the…

… it was anybody's ball game; the Wolverines holding ada 14-7 advantage after Tulane had converted a Ted Kress fumble into its only score of the afternoon. THE KRESS fumble was an act of turnabout, just…

… after Michigan I substitute center John Morrow had recovered Max McGee's fumble onI the Wolverine eight yard line. Be- See p. 5, 6 and 7 for more pictures° fore that, Tulane had driven from its own 44…

… col- laborated to give Michigan a two- touchdown bulge again, Kress vin- dicated his fumble with a 62 yard run off right guard for the long- est single gain of the day, and the Wolverines' final six…

… points. Kress set up his touchdown jaunt with a timely interception of Clement's pass to back Wayne Wall on the Maize and Blue 41. * * * THE WOLVERINES seemed to perform with the weather against their…

… sun crept behind the clouds and the Wolver- See WOLVERINES, Page 6 C. of F. Group Ends Meeting OMAHA-(A')-A "Declaration of Purpose" calling for protection of America from "international ex- ploitation…

October 04, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…'s spirits weren't dampened. "We just want to get as much playi as wecan. That's whatthe fall season is for," Eisner said. "We got what we wanted out of this tournament."; While the Wolverines played plenty of…

Wolverines left before the six matches could be played - three singles and' three doubles.j In spite of the weather, Eisner was very happy with the weekend. "They played well on the second and third days of…

October 04, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

… tournament as a Wolverine. The Torrance, Calif., native dropped a 6-2, 7-6(5) decision to Virginia's Ted Angelinos in the opening round of qualifiers at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships…

…. "Obviously, it's tough when you get a loss, but I definitely feel like he's one of the better freshmen in the country." Fellow Wolverine Matko Mara- vic will begin competing in the main singles draw today…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 20

… having to come ready to work every day and give it all we've got." - Not only do the Wolverine freshmen haie to concentrate on hockey, but they also have the extra pressure of classes. After practices…

… will be the leadership of its captains and upper- classmen. While it will take some time for the Wolverines' freshmen to gel together on the ice, the chemistry-building has already begun off the ice…

… of them or the similari- ties to the 1998 Wolverines that claimed the national title - a team that received key contributions from several freshmen standouts. "I think the supporters are some of the…

October 04, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

Wolverines toa 42-35 win, despite a lackluster performance from the Michigan defense. For more on the game, see SportsMonday, Page1B. Den adjust one smalGvor BLOOMINGTON - So, Denard. You had anoth- er pretty…

…'t good. The Wolverines allowed 568 total yards to Indiana, 480 of them through the air. They allowed 11 third-down conver- sions. And this isn't a new rev- elation - you could argue the defense hasn't had…

October 04, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 25) • Page Image 8

…. Don't despair, h o w e v e r. The Wolverines have a spanking new ice skating facility-enclosed by the framing of Yost Field House --and the grand opening is near. The Daily interviewed fresh- man Hockey…

… :30 a.m. i Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN Yost Phase 2 Yost Field House (above), in the mid-sixties, during the golden era of the chamiponship basketball Wolverines. Many of these memories will soon be…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 17

Wolverines in goals last year. All three will have to perform well until the freshmen are able to come into their own. Defensively, Michigan will be led by a pair of sophomores, Mike Komisarek and Andy Burnes…

Wolverines have a thin senior class, made up of only four players. Besides Vancik and Blackburn, the senior class includes forward Craig Murray, and backup goalie Kevin O'Malley. The experience and leadership…

October 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

Wolverine fullback was go- g to start the season with a touch- wn from the first kickoff but some e slipped in the Yost rear guard. Mt. Union made a desperate stand their own scoring territory follow- g…

… occasions. Mt. Union had little success in stopping tha Wolverine backs who re- ceived the kick offs. Stekeetee and Banks broke away for long runs on the first two and not to be outdone by his mates Harry…

October 04, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…-executed running attack, swept over a Michigan team composed mostly of sophomores yes- terday in the Stadium to make it three straight over the Wolverines. The final score was 21 to 7. -Michigan Daily Photo Bob…

… Cooper ran smack into his own interference on this attempted thrust off tackle midway of the first quarter of yesterday's Spartan- Wolverine game. Art Brandstatter is holding up the play long enough for…

… after the second quar- ter began, and finally marched to a score. Pass Ruled Incomplete With the ball in the possession of the Wolverines on the State 25-yard stripe, Smithers faded back to the 40 and…

… quarter. Kovacich And Pingle After Fred Ziegel had returned Cooper's punt to the State 32, Full- back George Kovacich went through the Wolverine line for a first down on the 42. Two plays later Johnny…

October 04, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… in Final Period To Destroy Spartans' Shutout BY JIM BENAGH Sports Editor A pair of supposedly-crippled backs and a "pony line" of Michigan State combined to make the 1959 edition of Michigan Wolverines

… losses throughout the First reaction in financial circles game. was unanimous that the ruling was Injure Wolverines favorable to both sides. They also blocked and tackled Government attorneys had asked in…

October 04, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

…. Wolverine Stompers. Ashley. - __345 They will make '; you dance. Dial SUITE FOR 2 OR 3-Steam heat. 4752. We guarantees our "music. Shwr.Raobl.As - Nocag!f o'stsfe.As cancy for 1 or 2. 536 Thompson.I fagency…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

… with former Wolverines including Barry Larkin, Hal Morris and Chris Sabo - was entering his second year as Michigan's pitching coach. Athletic Director Bill Martin could not be reached for comment. Zahn…

… shutouts, sophomore goalie Suzie Grech still doesn't know if she will be starting i tomorrow against Ohio State. Grech said the decision will be made during the week as the Wolverines pre- pare for this…

October 04, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… shutout in two years yesterday, 21-0. The victory gave the Wolverines a perfect 2-0 season record to take to East Lansing next week against Michigan State. Michigan has not beaten the Spartans since 1955…

…. Halfback Carl Ward and fullback Dave (Cannonball) Fisher, accounted for the Wolverines' scores, while halfback, Jim Detwiler led the ground attack with 77 yards in 11 carries. All three are sophomores…

October 04, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…TJRSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Wolverines Drill On Defense Against Michigan State Plays n _..t. I Varsity Stops Aerial Attack Of Freshmen Regeczi Back In Uniform…

…; Limbers Up On Passing And Punting Practice Concentrating entirely on defensive tactics, the Wolverine Varsity foot- ball team went through one of its last practices before the season opener against Michigan…

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