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May 04, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

… Ferry field this afternoon to oppose the Wolverines in the first dual meet of the outdoor season. Victories in the Conference indoor meet and the Drake relays make the Hawks favorites to hand the underdog…

… Maize and Blue team its first de- feat in Iowa-Michigan cinder path history. The Wolverines chalked up a 19 1-2-62 1-2 victory in their 1926 Iowa City invasion, and in the 1927 meet at Ann 'Arbor, after…

… Gold and Black a scant' margin of victr. The dashes are expected to prove Michigan's strongest events, as the Wolverine trio of Tolan, Grodsky, and Murray should outclass Pape, Stamats, and Stevenson…

… the 440 yard run. With Baird, Hawkeye Olym- pic star, expected to win and Stevenson and Ferguson, Iowa should take two places from the fast Wolverine trio of the Seymour twins, Dale, and Dalton, and1…

… play. Swan, Pennington, and Jennings all playing for the Spartans this year have shown an improved style of play and should have been able to make things interesting for the Wolverines. Tankmen Are Given…

January 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 71) • Page Image 4

… per cent Discount on all Foo (wear purchased this month COURT -SQUAD WINS VA4CATION GAMES1 Cincinnati, Case, and Carnegie Fall Before the Attack of Wolverines SHOWING OF TEAM PLEASES MATHER; LINE…

Wolverine quintet opened its vacation jaunt by downing the fast University of Cincinnati five 25 to 18 on the Cincinnati floor. Cin- cinnati holds victories over Ohio State, Yale and other leading teams of…

… the country, and the Wolverines are the first university aggregation to down them. Case Scientific school was the next victom of Mather's attack. The Scientists put up a stiff battle but were unable to…

… baskets which netted the Wolverines one of the highest scores a Michigan court five has ever run up against any op- ponent. Coach Mather is pleased over the showing his men made and labels their work as…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

… Spartans, was unable to cope with Moore's haird ground strokes and smashing overhead and lost to the Wolverine, 6-2, 6-3. Graham, play- ing in his first Varsity match, ran through Bentley in the final…

… rallies at net, but the Wolverines' superior overheads and Parton's fiat forehand 'drives gave them a victory. Algyer and Heaney, teaming to- gether for the first time, easily de- feated Swan and Jennings…

… Gray netmen re- Reserves ...............010 310 x-5 ,,,,;n (aptaii' Buck Rester Who will lead the Wolverines in a dual meet against the Scarlet and Grey trackmen tomorrow at Colum- bus. R OM(THER CE…

… broad jump. The veteran Pat Prout and Eardley are the Wolverine pole vaulters, with Felker and Waldo entered in the high jump. Ketz and Williams are slated to take care of the hammer, while Beamen and…

… Bucks are rated equal favorites with the Wolverines, and it is generally ; predicted that the margin of vic- tory will' be unusually slight for either outfit. The shot put should be a closely con-, tested…

… distance on only two occasions. Neither team has a formidable performer in the javelin, although the Wolverines are slight favor- ites in this event due to the show- 1ugs of Beaman and Knoppe in practices…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… report to his government on and number of students served and MICHIGAN DROPS LAf [ST COURTTILT TO IOWNS 2H81 WOLVERINES HOLD HIG 1HAND UNTIL FINAL )IINUTES OF CONTEST FUNK, HAWKEYE STAR, PROVES DANGEROUS…

… last basket neces- sary to tie' the count. Almost from the outset of the game, A9GGIE SWIMMERS BWTO .MI,1CHIGA9N Hbbard and Captain Smith Star ,s1 Wolverines Roll IUp 48-20 Score employed in the Union…

…, Rice, Paper, and Military Ball committee, 1325 Wash- Science building. The afternoon talks champion, in lowering the former Cappon will not wear' a Wolverine in. p n intended nrimarily for sneinI, court…

… Middle West, the Michigan entrants were the outstand-- ing performers. Three of the 10 rec- ords broken o' tied in the meet were created by Wolverines, who in all captured four firsts in the special events…

January 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 76) • Page Image 7

… Out Wolv-erines In Last Milnute, 99 to :39 GAME TIED AT 'THE HALF Another highly groome Eastern quintet, the Penn cage squad, dis- played -enough in the only vacation tilt on the Wolverine schedule to…

…"Slaghtr - and Saturday when the annual Unii- "Buch"SI~ightc versity championships will be ae- Former, Wolverine grid star and a trie. Ti et a oDv ' mmbe ofWalerCam~p's All-Amr,- been held b)efore the holidays…

… tryouts was 2:47, remarkably fast or thej for this meet will be held Monday event, afternoon. t k this great quintet that the Wolverines epen their season Saturday night. The game is to be played in Bart…

April 04, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…~otor Fuel 66USING IS CONVINCING", WOLEIEMOTOR OILS F - IRS Proper lubrication is the use of the right grade of Wolverine Motor Oil for youzr engine. No one grade of oil can satisfactorily meet all…

… conditions encountered in dif- ferent types of engines in au.,motive service. There is a right grade of Wolverine Motcr Oil for every engine. Free crankcase service at all of our stations. MICHIGAMME OIL…

March 04, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY MARCH .1, 1927) PAGE SIX \VHI)NESDAY, MARCh 4, 11925 - . -- ....... ..... ^s:p Aft ., .. .. REST ATE9TI Wolverines to C'lose Basket Seasom ill…

…Camne 'Willa iicago :Here Satuirday CHERRY TO PLAY Coach I\4ather's Y rit at V 1) lia ll squadl ret urned yesterd~iy after- noon from Blloomiing-ton, Inci., where the 'Wolverines were deteated .51-3 by the Ind…

… teaml, which was trinined by Purdue the same night. The coining tilt with C hicago will close the Wolverine schedule for this season, and Mather's. five should chalk up a victory o'ver the weak Midway…

…Il as ,ea, j Aftethefnaswin epofatedto week as no great surtprise, as to 1that thlat event, anld will take Gow's place son, and will force the 'Wolverine star (ors. wi wsiiibe o eilat, 1spes,n wenthe…

… tile Wolverines, teamis w~ill enid in a tie for second Sidlhceopintelakrk. 1)0th i) attac 811(1 lefense Cherrys phiet. Siedman and Allen will plunge for ovrilith TeMcia 5 bothin atackand efene. Cerryboys…

May 04, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 153) • Page Image 6

… A IER 'CARTV 4. Wolverines Must Will TO(aY'S 4Cime is capable of catching there is "plentyi To Have Otside Clianee For of reason to be satisfied,. Bligpren 'title Coach Fisher. shifted his batting I…

… that; ners of the inter-fraternity baseball. speaks well for the Wolverine team. leagues will start Monday, as all ~While in the East the Michigan a e league games must be played off by3 held the…

… hits, and a victory. The team play of the Wolverines has improved immensely since, the opening of the season, and if Davis] 4 10CHISTO uT M ST.LOUIS INFIELDER COACES O CU ME ~'MAKES CIRCUIT DRIVEI 'FROM…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

… leads the list with three victories and none lost. Satur- day's Conference game with Iowa holds Litt ..fear for the Wolverines. who should win if both nines play up to form. They are not overconfident…

… team has been s'good. Led by First Baseman Bob Knode the Wolverines have six men who. are hitting above the coveted .300 mark. The hits have been mixed with extra base drives with surpris- ing regularity…

…-bes-........... 12 2 3.250 Vick .............. 3 10 1 2 .200 Klein ..............3 10'0 1 .100 These figures seem to indicate that the Wolverine 'possess one of the heaviest, if no the heaviest, hitting nine that any…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

… men to make the nucleus of a strong staff. Ernie Vick, one of the most promising catchers Michigan has had for some time, is now working with the squad and together with Coates and Roby, the Wolverine

… exhibits all the qualities of a man of Varsity calibre. Although the staff looks strong, the Wolverines will have a tough schedule this year, one that is probably the most difficult in the Big Ten, and in…

Wolverine machine can be counted upon to put up a fight at Columbus to avenge the early defeat administered by the Buckeyes. Ohio Out of Race Ohio is entirely out of the race with two wins and eight defeats…

… Conference battles. Shouldr Michigan win at Columbus and Pur-: due defeat Indiana the Wolverines will be in a position to finish in a tie for first place by winning the last game at Urbana with Illinois…

January 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

… dorf, Marsh, Gibson, and Carson. is determined to improve it this year is doubtful that they will be able to These men have not as yet been prac- if it is possible. Hubbard, Simpson, down the Wolverines

… also worked at the preparation for the first test which Judging from Isbell's past recor pole vault for a few days. will take place when the Wolverines has an excellent chance of pl -Milers Go Easy meet…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

… Board in Control of Athletics is the other man to hold that honor. The clever Wolverine pitcher has demonstrated to the complete satis- facAion of all his ability to lead and lead well. During his career…

… Carnegie Tech Wednesday and Thprsday. Play on the first day gave the visitors two out of three matdhes, but the remiining Wolverines came back strong yesterday and scored a clean sweep. Munz. defeated Bailey…

March 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

… Weekly CiLASSIED IN FINAL TIME TRIALS, Rtesults Will Aidl In E eeetinK Squad ,ro Complete 111,('on erenee Indoor Meet, GENE5RAL RESULTS GOOD Final trilals held by the Wolverine trackmen yesterday…

… hos court gives the Wolverines nearly twenty years. 0. D. Mrrill. to call upon the more experienced '. Arcade.UUUC un-i s ome a(1vditage. lFurther, should Arcade. C juniors to any great extent, though…

… ~ichigaWRendRthelyeaake"hot,"dthen" teQuinn, Edelson and B~och all showed if TPWIESAl aks so, h- sthemselves as great athletes in the1 can top wit~h the Wolverines. pai1~retdexchneclandwore- has small part…

March 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

… development of The Daily to its pres- ent size, and the growth of the sum- mer subsidiary, The Wolverine, estab- lished by Mr. White in 1910, which until 1922 operated as a semi-weekly. During the war the staff…

… publication of an 18 page paper on the first day of this year; the change of The Wolverine ISSUE ON WILL BE TAKI WATER QUES Members of the League of Women Voters in Ann Arbor have taken as their issue in the…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…- or the 'Wolverines would aid ally in the climb to the top, n a split in the series would .ichigan in'the race. I esota has defeated the strong ine 6-1 while the best Illinois o with 5-4 against the…

…, making the final score 4-0. Captain Rorich of Michigan downed his opponent, Croll, in the number one match 6-4, 6-1. Brick added to the Wolverine string when he romped away from Lautner, of the Aggie out…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… onj May 14 to do battle with Northwest- ern. Way back in the dim and dis- tant year of 1905 the Wolverine golf- ers met Chicago, b'ut since that time the sport, intercollegiately speaking, has been…

… the Michigan squad will take on Chicago over the home course. In the fall the Confer- ence -meet will again take up the Wolverine golfer's attention. Last autumn William Ingham, '21, and Allen L. Welch…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 6

… Dean Myra B. Jordan's oflice cards. 'ED-Three or four solicitors bearing their name, address for the subscriptions to the Wolverine, summer and Ann Arbor address for' ork during commencement week.!I next…

… year. In order to be a junior (10) per cent commission. Ad- a girl must have at least 54 hours o ;s, Wolverine, care of Daily. credit. Girls who will not have this e experience.' credit until February…

November 04, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

… attempts. ceptions. With Captain George Rich re- verting to the form he displayed at Chicago last year performing the leading role, the' Wolverines flash- ed a linebucking attack that com- pletely eclipsed…

… several nice runs for a net gain of 17 yards. It was Dahlem who placed the Wolverines within scor- ing distance in the opening quar- ter when he intercepted an Illini pass from the hands of Stuessy on his…

… defense. Except for Peter'sI long drop' kick which missed beingt good by the narrowest of margins,c the Illini did not seriously threat-l en the Wolverine goal.s Michigan resumed the offensivef in the final…

January 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

… and as soon as sive work for the Wolverine they forward the schedule the local+ lasers will start at once and, officials in charge will announce the r permitting, will be continued games through this…

… column. BASKETBAL[L TEAM 'Vo LEAVES FOR NOTRE, By "By" DAMlE GAE TODAY' :! tai e 'WOLVERINES WILL FACE STRONG CATHOLICS FIVE AT SOUTH BEND TOMORROW NINE MEN MAKE UP PERSONNEL ON TRIP Matler Gives…

… than makes up in his ag- gressiveness and the Wolverine lead- er is also a capable shot, having play- ed at forward at the close of last sea- son. George Haggerty and "Bill" Henderson will play the…

… be of the opinion that Michigan has hand- ed his track aggregation a few too many drubbings and is not the least bit modest in saying that is why he will not offer the Wolverines a date this season…

May 04, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…. SJaophoneJ1I _______________Wolverine______-flatAlto' Model The beautiful scenery surrrounding 29 OUT OF 30 CO-EDS -ny [e locality made it a popular vrca- = < $ 0 Silver-plated, gold bell, 'with pearl ional…

… become as popular For Band ard Orchesra Needs Canec to o Laurabelle Chipman, chairman, a Roller Skates. - r an ofthemembers of the finance ;o-ob als n oe mmittth- Rine, Hue1lere, Wolverine, Etc., Alpha…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 7

… 27, Michigan Aggies at Lansing; ule has been announced and this sea- Little will direct this new minor sport' April 28, Saginaw Tennis club at Sag- son the Wolverines will play seven and intends to…

…, Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh; Open with ChicagoIj May 15, Penn State 'at State College: Opening the season on May 4, the . May 16, U. S. Military Academy at Wolverine pill drivers journey to Chi- West Point…

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…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

… in the first Western inter- col iate track and field meet ever held under the auspices' of the Uni- versity of Michigan. With them come numerous support- ers, among whom will be hudreds of Wolverine

… strained tendon, a Wolverine victory is doubtful, although the Mich- igan team may spring a big surprise. Illinois reigns as favorite behind Cali- fornia, due to their indoor record and many victories on the…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

… Masonic temple Sat- urday evening. This is an all-engi~- neering and forester's dance. Cal Ed- wards' Wolverine orchestra has been engaged to play. News From Other Colleges IRISH AMBASSADOR ATTENDS MOCK…

January 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

… Th sensed this, only a small crowd being world a mul-oh ing a declara-e t on hand. as an iistru- In only one-or two spots did the cy" was made Wolverines look like a team which is Sof tue uiversity or…

… preamble a pro'os- drilling the Wolverines to pass more Capturing Sandino chairman, will shoulder the detail of ed general declaration against resort frequently, something which they Sthis work. Paul Wagner…

… them, of whatsoever nature tween them while the only Wolverine ous trails. They met the Marines with ofscore was a basket by Rose. gunfire, but immediately planes Ikown. or origin they may be, shall…

April 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… ig VanderbiltU niversity nine will acountered on Monday and Tues- The Southerners squeezed a wir the Wolverines last year in the contest by scoring four runs in iinth inning, after trailing Michi- 3…

…-2. The next day the Wolverines came from behind in th- eighth inning and scored two runs tie- ing the score 3-3. "'The game went 4. extra innings with the score still dead- locked. In the fifteenth inning…

… stocky Wolverine *eached the height of hir' career so far when, he tied Merrick of Wisconsin at 12 feet, nine and one- fourth inches in the pole vault at the Illinois relays. In the indoor Con- ference…

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…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…". "Wolverine fans hissed the officials excessively, and, 'in addition, were particularly hostile to Car- ney and Walquist." - From the Daily Ilini ac- count of the Illinois game. Which goes to show the kind of…

March 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

… field touse he"_ they goa to the mat against the ~rap~n qa fM .C 'heWolverine mat nmen hav~e failed to come troug-h with a victory in any -of the mneets this year and Coach Barik- er is nA over confident…

… squzad who have gone throughl that seas;on und2efeed and now hold the Confer~ence graprihing title. Rose, - Micigan'sbest bet all seas;on, wa: the; lone Wolverine proint getter, and( in easily wresting a…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

… similar der way are successful.-f r a the MieUnion theater. The Detroit alumni of the University are a rk at the imes- nioeted late this of the opinon that the Wolverine nine S sonne he first thing in the…

… the committee the state in the "Selling Michigan t , aft year at this meeting alsq. All Wolverines" campaign this week. A e Pniversity and town Boosters are group of 14 men, including Professor :pected…

April 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… basketball Fisher, weather conditions again pre~ Minnesota hockey team, has resigned, championship finals Friday night by vented the Wolverine baseball team1adwt i rthrKy h icn dlef eating the Phi Chi team 12…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… ball for the first two innn but in the third triples by McCoy Nebelung, and a single by Loos g the Wolverines a two run lead. ( gate tied the score in the fot frame, when Acker reached first Mc…

… oppose the Wolverine tw: f with Gardner, a veteran, held it - serve. I Seniors To Don Caps' And Gowns Tuesday In Annual Swing-out Following the swing-out exercises of the senior class, next Tuesday…

June 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

… Qualify In Quarter In the quarter mile the Wolverines qualified Captain Butler, Wetzel, and Lewis, the first two winning their heats. In the third heat Burns of Michigan was off to a good lead, but' on the…

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