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March 04, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… third for Michigan. Both relays were walkaways for the Wolverines, each by a complete length of the pool. The Wolverines will go into compe- .tition again one week from tomor- row in the Big Ten…

… practically every event with Michigan's seniors, competing on the local indoor track for the last time, out to hang up as many new marks as possible. In fact, it may prove that the Wolverines will have to turn…

… this year, along with Ed DeVine and Brelsford. Fink and O'Connell will be the Wolverine runners in the mile. Hoyt Undecided The veteran Howard Davidson against Ohio State ran the quarter and also a leg…

… ran against the Wolverines in a special invita- tional race and Michigan was forced to come from behind to win in 3:24.4. Pitt Record Holder r ti M Jack Kasley, co-captain of the Wolverine swimming…

January 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

… the holiday season as in the past few years, the team has been working out daily during the past week and appears to be in good shape. Last season the Wolverines man- aged to eke. out a one point margin…

… Coach Cliff Keen to juggle his men around during the final week of practice in order to find the best combination for his starting team. Leading the Wolverines will be Co-captains Earl Thomas and John…

June 04, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 177) • Page Image 3

… ROY HEATH Fifteen Wolverine cindermen will compete in the outdoor Michigan A.A.U. track and field meet June 13, at Grand Rapids it was announced yesterday by Coach Chuck Hoyt. Coach Hoyt also announced…

… is showing vastly improved form in the event. He will also run the 200 meter dash and pos- sibly a leg on the Wolverine 1,500 meter relay. Sammie Stoller, after a weeks lay- off, is starting the…

… ing gave the Hawkeyes .new hope. conference game. Michigan went out in order in its half of the fifth and Iowa was dis- posed of in the same way in the sixth, The power that the Wolverines had…

…, having just reached the top in college baseball-pitching and captaining the Wolverines to a Big Ten crown-is going to give pro- fessional ball a fling as soon as he graduates. 'I'm going'to make a stab as…

…. Wherever he goes, Berger can lool back on the Iowa game as one of his finest efforts. Time and again, wher the Wolverine cause seemed lost, the little righthander tightened up and turned on the pressure. Not…

…- Totals...... plays afield, the Wolverine captain Iowa ............ had nothing but praise for them, Michigan ........ especially Vic Heyliger, who drove in Runs batted in: 31 8 7 27 5 7 .000 050 100…

July 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

… Tigers and the Wolverines are, circuit, the Tigers being the defend- ing champions in the league from the favored teams in the "National" last summer. The Wolverines, a new team, were important contestants…

…. Paul Olive Asman Warren Cordes Map McGregor Leo Augspurger Marie Maddy Wolverine To Hold Dance For Fourth The Michigan Wolverine,' student cooperative, will hold a Fourth of July dance from 8:30 p.m. to…

… to attend need not be members of the cooperative. The Wolverine is locat- ed at 20)9 S. State St. Mrs. Frank Gucker Mrs. A. T. Gorton Mrs. J. C. Wilson Mrs. H. S. Curtis. Will these House Mothers…

… SHOP Nickels Arcade National League Wolverines vs. Eskimos Ten Old Men vs. Red Sox Tigers vs. Super Dupers International League Physical Eds vs Browns Michigan Daily vs. Tappan Theta Xi vs. Tappan Blues…

May 04, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

… provide stiff opposi- tion for the Wolverine diamod team. Coach Fisher said after yester- day's game that he will start Wist- ert today and will also pitch Trav- erse some and if these two pitchers cannot…

… Few Seasons. by Johni W. Townsend University Course; Fischer I Coach Gill and the Illinois thin- Cards 69 in Practice. clads will invade the sanctum of the Wolverines this Saturday to do Desitethefac…

… College, Johnny a little different aspect than it has Fischer, brilliant Wolverine sopho- in former seasons as the Illini do more, breezed around the Univer- not boast the strength that they sity course…

… course record held anced and the outcome has jointly by himself and Coach Ray I always been in doubt until the Courtright. A four footer on the final reckonings. A year ago on the the Wolverines journeyed…

… could noti field as well as he could pitch, the Wolverines were able to earn their (Continued- from Page 1) tie. Two errorsb by the Sp<trtaim twirler, combined with s mne oth. - sloppy fielding and some t…

April 04, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…- tea'y htters. Six Wolverine Tankmen Receive letic club star, and Clarence "Bus- SCn AMA' fr Se ter" Crabbe, ace of the Honolulu Outrigger Canoe club swimmers, come used to having a new mana-! on 1930…

… 21 feet, 6 inches and Chuck Hoyt's freshman 440 relay very raw errors. However, it is TJackson, with 21 feet, are among team beat the regular Wolverine this occasional rustiness only that to contest…

… at Harvard, forcing. Coach Mann's men into second place. Finally in the last meet of1 the season, the Wolverines suffer- ed the worst defeat of the season' when thew bowed to Yale 41-21. Coach Mann is…

… Schmieler in theinfield at shortstop. free style sprints, the Wolverine Jimmy Wilson, Earl Smith, andtu freshmen have Chase, Sanborn, Gus Mancuso ought to do a good; seven Klintworth, Morgan, and Marcus, IJob…

… Fisher bell. used in the final two innings for Yesterday marked the second the regulars, is now one of the big day of the outdoor work-outs of question marks of the Wolverine the cinder path squad with…

March 04, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… Wesleyan, 4- 3, at the Intramural building last Friday, Michigan journeyed to Co- lumbus and won over the Buck- eyes, 10-7, in a close meet the fol- lowing day. Against Ohio State, several of the Wolverines

… turn defeated the Wolverine by the same occore. Friedman Stars.j Friedman proved to b the star of the Maize and -Blue in the final event, by taking all three of his bouts in the foils. He won two of…

… foils, lost to Fuchs and Jones.# * Coach Johnstone's Wolverines] have four victories and no defeats to their credit thus far this season, :ht' each match has been close. BROOKLYN - Reports f r o m…

… number to prove that the luck has all on one Iside. Good as the Indian's defense mayI have been, there is no question I that the Wolverines were suffering from a "cold" spell that would probably have…

… JOSEPH L. ARNET . vt{,u. ;+,::. .... 777 power of the Michigan deflense. "Without a doubt the man-t for-man defense put up by the Wolverines was the best oppo-l s tion that Illinois has faced on its own…

… on the Maize and Blue Joseph, who graduated in. February, squad. played their last for Michigan. This quartet of experienced stars Wisconsin Grapplers along with Tommy Courtis and Will Face Wolverines

March 04, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

Wolverines writes, "Kes in my opinion represents the ideal athlete. In the first place, he is the practical example of that nebulous term, 'good mental attitude,' for his very pres- ence seems to buoy the…

… the Wolverines that is of primary importance. have the great advantage over "Pig- Dye, who has harressed every gy" Lambert's team Michigan team he has ever played no This ability to control the ball off…

… indefa- mained a scoring threat every minute tiguable constitution has made him of the game. most dangerous under the basket. Huffman, of course, gets the If the Wolverine giants can keep second team post…

… rings around Illinois Monday night and it is passes like this one that Wolverine fans hope will defeat the title-bound Purdue team in the closing game of the season Saturday night. The picture shows Herm…

… House under the expert tutelage of Coach Ray Fisher, ex-majorl league mound ace, in preparation for the strenuous campaign that has been scheduled for the Wolverines this spring. Headed by Capt. Berger…

March 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

….-(Special to The Daily)-Michigan's undefeated wrestling team swept to their sixth straight triumph of 'the season here tonight by drubbing Chicago's grapplers 22 to 6. The Wolverines won six of the eight…

… 'Michi- gan's luckless red-head Andy Saw- yer at 136 pounds. The Wolverines left immediately after the meet for Evanston. They meet Northwestern tomorrow night. WRESTLING SUMMARIES 121 pound class: Weidig…

… top-heavy favorites for another Conference crown. Ohio State, chief rival to Wolverine supremacy, was hampered by illness, but even at full strength the Buckeyes were out of their class. In the words of…

… of the four Illini penalties. Zimber will be in one of the defense posts, ready to meet any aggressive attack of the Wolverines. f I RIG TEN RIVALS Illinois Beaumont Fee Ziemnba Thompson…

March 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… leader, Smack Allen. Sextet Engages Strong Toronto Foe Tomorrow Comparative Records Give Michigan Even Chance Against The, Canadians, Wolverine hockey fans will be treated to probably the finest exhibi…

… Michigan's. However, they split with Minnesota in a two-game series, and Michigan has divided four games- with the Gophers. So from comparative rec- ords, the Wolverines have a 50-50 chance of winning…

…, and then spurt to the finish mark. In this race, as in the medley, the team that took second didn't have the power to force a fast pace. Wolverine mermen Ed Kirar and Walt Tomski finished one-two in the…

… petition was filed under Kearns' real name, John J. McKernan. The End Of An Era Buckeye-Wolverine Combination Is A Swimming Coach's Dream Monday night marks the end of an era in Michigan basketball. It…

…'s the final performance of the Wolverines' incomparable captain, John Townsend, who climaxes his last year as the shining light of Michigan basketball history. I i. , ! -I Phi Psi Takes j Hockey…

June 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

….: .. NE 4, 1938 TUF MIC UIC A N fit A IT V n a M04k -0r A- k 194£ IA 117 -V11Pt IIL, I FAGS TH.uRuE r, 17 , "T T " W U T T7 . f A t Theta Xi Whips Phi Delts, 7-4 For I-M Title, Wolverines

… home plate before the 'inning ended. The Phi Delts scored their last run in the sixth on Dolas White's double and Tobin's second bingle, a single to left. Wolverines Win Title In the' Independent league…

June 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 179) • Page Image 2

… Ransom and Gerald Stoetzer. La- Verne Gutscher and Francis Taft will {represent the College of Pharmacy and Edward Marceau and Samuel Wolverine To Stay Open In Sulmimer The Michigan Wolverine, student…

Wolverine will furnish sum- mer positions for approximately forty students. The same schedule of prices will be maintained during the summer as during the regular term. Cooperative Book Exchange Planned…

April 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

… the potency of these stimuli in the example of teams which have shot to the top despite mediocrity in the ranks. * * t PICKUPS: Harmon Wolfe, a former Wolverine mile champion, was a Field House visitor…

…. * *. * Wolverine Nine To Aeet Strong Southern Foes (Editor's Note: This is the first in a series on the southern teams to be met on the baseball team's spring vacation trip.) B y HERB LEV Michigan's baseball team…

… in the land, and judging by the records of the south- ern nines in intersectional games, the Wolverines will find their foes any- thing but easy pickings. First Stop-Wake Forest The first stop along…

… out 16 Spartans while allow- ing but three to hit safely, is a likely starter against Michigan, and will face either Jack Barry or uss Mob son. Elon College Next Elon College, the Wolverines' Satur- day…

… rule at Elon) will be hoping to better this record Lexington, Va., will be Monday's destination, and here Washington and Lee will be seeking to avenge a 12-1 trouncing administered by the Wolverines last…

March 04, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

… the aged war lord, Marshal Yen Hsi-shan, ard a virtual state of mar- tial law reigned. Riot Climaxes Puck Victory Over Tartars Fans Riot 30 Minutes After Wayne Player Attempts Swing At Wolverine

…-1 shellacking Hardly had the final siren blown when Adam Widlak, husky Detroit defenseman, took a wild swing at two of the Wolverines, and in a moment the vast arena was a stormy, fist- filled prize ring with…

… the Wolverines outfought and out-E gamed a heavier team that made use of seven spares. With the Michigan rear guard playing one of their best1 games of the season, the Wayne for-f wards were kept…

… consistently bottled up with the exception of a few threat- ening three-man attacks in each pe- riod. Captain Larry David, playing in his last hockey clash in a Wolverine uni- form, played a great game for Mich…

… plays by Fabello, James, and Heyliger. The Wolverines were content to lay back and wait for the breaks in the final period, and twice Gib James tallied on solo efforts after crossing up the Tartar defense…

January 04, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

Wolverine cagers annexed their second victory of the season last night at Yost Field House by defeating Michigan S t a t e Normal College in a weird contest, 29 to 11. Both teams displayed ragged bas- ketball…

… the game, sinking three field goals for a six point total. George Rud- ness, substitute forward, and Charles Hanneman, Norman center, followed the Wolverine guard in the scoring column with five points…

… each. The Wolverines opened the scor- ing when Tessmer counted from be- yond the foul line after 40 seconds of play. Allen and Plummer scored from the floor in rapid succession to give Michigan a six…

… Michigan leading 15-6. Hanneman opened the second half scoring, making good on one of two free throws. Rudness, who had taken Ford's place in the Wolverine line- up at the start of the period, dribbled…

… through twice in rapid succession to score two field goals. Tomagno then broke into the scoring column by sinking a long shot from the side- lines. With 10 minutes left to play, the Wolverines starting…

May 04, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…, anad. lludsona, with three singles, wvere tihe batting r- x for the Wolver'ine team. Ninse extra base blows were numbered among the 24 hits that were gathered by both teams, six Mlichiganx and three for…

…, the Mich- igan all-campus booters lost by. a 4-2 score which actually indicated unexpected strength on the part of the Wolverines. Playing a fast game replete with thrills and hold- ing the score do…

January 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…'s modernistic pivot man again, Butler's bulldogs stole the show as they poured in 12 long shots to down the Varsity 38 to 35 tonight. It was the Wolverines first defeat in seven starts. With Michigan's defense…

… heard on camupus as the Wolverines downed Illinois for second win of season. And so came November.y Nov. 2 found Ted Shawn and his dancers opening the Oratorical Asso- ciation program. President Roosevelt…

May 04, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…, comes news of some very ' a > r i F t i ( i i r t t{ ! i t r .) G 1 r l bound Wolverines will be seekingj their tenth win out of 13 games when] they face a weak Michigan Normal3 team at 4 p.m. this…

… a Phi Kappa Tau gle from Schuder and McCoy 6-3, 6-4, Frosh Swimmers emblem and is at present vice-presi- to sweep the meet. dent of that chapter. He is also a Thursday the Wolverines blanked Receive…

… --beating this Wolverine aggregation; Davidson and Ed DeVine are cap- in a dual engagement. able of giving the Bucks as much So far this year Coach Chuck competition as any other trio half Hoyt's powerful…

… field eventsTG where the Wolverines practically shutT e out Indiana, with the final result be- ig that the Bucks may give Michi- gan something of a scrap Saturday. 3-Speed English Bicycles Beetham Returns…

July 04, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

… the three-day National A.A.U. men's outdoor swimming championships today at the Detroit Boat Club.' The present Wolverine swimmers who will compete include Frank Bar- nard, sophomore middle…

… of the sport, headed by the incomparable Jack Medica, who will receive ample competition from Jimmy Gilhula of Detroit and South- ern California and Ralph Flanagan, Coral Gables, Fla. Of the Wolverine

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…

June 04, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 177) • Page Image 1

…- pionship in seven years and the sev- enth in its history when he stopped the vaunted Iowa attack in its tracks to win the season's final game, 8-6. The victory placed the Wolverines alone at the top of the…

…-run lead gained in the first three innings. Thirteen men were fanned by the Wolverine hurler, a season's record for the Wes- tern Conference, and in five different innings he accomplished the diffi- cult…

… one man as far as third. In thekmean- time the Wolverines had picked up a run in the second, Vic Heyliger lining a single to right with Merle Kremer on third, and three more in the third. The third…

March 04, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… contributed 15 of the Wol- verines' 64 points by victories in the 60-yard dash, 70-yard high hurdles, and the high jump. The Wolverines piled up well over twice as many points as Chicago and Northwestern, the…

… former landing second with 29, and Northwestern winding up third with 24. Dave Hunn, a Wolverine soph- omore, won the pole vault from Chi- cago's star, John Roberts, at 13 feet, 2 inches, and Jack Childs…

… CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 3.-(/P)- Coning right back after defeating Northwestern last night, Michigan's powerful swimming team conquered Illinois today, 50 to 34, in a dual meet. The Wolverine medley relay team…

May 04, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

… the course and kept most of the scoring from low figures. Fischer, however, came in with scores of 71 and 74 to give the Wolverines two victories. In the morning doubles rounds, Fischer and Markham…

… one and one-half points to the Wolverine to- tal each. Reid held Dayton while Flynn kept Captain Jolly from mak- ing a clean sweep. The cold, wet weather played havoc with Northwestern as they bowed to…

… Michigan. Time after time shots were missed. The Wolverines did not seem to mind the cold as much, al- though Jolly and Dayton were in trouble for most of the round in the afternoon. War Drama Is -Approved…

August 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…. Surrealst Ball atrons Listed fence Friday For Spanish Ref ge' WB fit . Rugees Benefi Patrons for the Surrealist Ball, which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 m. next Friday at the Michigan Wolverine, were…

… fur that makes hulking coats for stadium wear. It's as hardy as it looks, and the bulky look is smart as paint. Wolverine, first cousin to a weasel, also gives college girls his coat this fall. f…

July 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

….m. daily ex- cepting Sundays. d There will be no faculty of the School of Music concert this evening. Duplicate Bridge at 7:30 p.m., Michigan League, this evening. 4th of July Dance: The Michigan Wolverine

… cents. Ladies free. The Michigan Wolverine, 209 S. State St. 12:00 Goldbergs 12:15 Life Beautiful 12:30 Road of Life 12:45 Day Is Ours 1 :00 Musical 1:15 Life Dr. Susan 1:30 Your Family\ 1:45 Girl…

November 04, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 33) • Page Image 2

…. Farmer-Labor Club Now, Professor Duffendack de- Forestry Club I lared, the method has reached a l W r .~, .--1-- i Michigamua Michigan League Michigan Public Health Club Michigan Wolverine Mortarboard Mu…

…. 406 Wolverine Bldg. Ann Arbor Phone 5888 87x FOR SALE A REMARKABLE INVESTMENT A 140-acre farm. Fine soil. Lies level. Has small private lake, and tributary to a large one. Ten acres of fine woodland…

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…

March 04, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… Catastrophe EathqiiLie Tia WrVa e, And Fir Leave 1,535 Dead On Main Island Cristy esTwo Firsts, Most Points Wolverines Score One- Two In 220 And 440; Kennedy Shows Form By JOHN THOMAS Northwestern set two…

… swimmers and came within three-feet of lapping Ken- nedy. In the 220-yard Cristy nosed out Kennedy by a scant six-inches after his Wolverine rival had taken the last turn with a yard lead. Schmieler Aids…

December 04, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…-13 victory over Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A. last night in a dual meet at the In- tramural building pool. Capturing both relay events and first and second places in everyI race and the diving, the Wolverines were…

… Goldsmith, a former Wolverine star who swam last night for the Grand Rapids team, failed to materialize when both of the Varsity men fin- ished far ahead of Goldsmith, who came in a poor fourth. Schmeiler was…

March 04, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

…, phisticated at a meeting sponsored i and Lovell tallied on a one-hand- by the Y. W. C. A. which will bring ed shot to make the Wolverines a noted stylist to address the fresh- only 10 points behind. Purdue came…

May 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… , By LARRY ALLEN Led by their Captain, Roy Nelson, who shot a blazing sub-par 68 on the University Course yesterday af- ternoon, the Michigan State golf team chalked up a 10-8 win over the Wolverines to…

March 04, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 107) • Page Image 2

…. Careful work at low price. Ix NOTICES ATTENTION MEN: Due to increas- ing demand, holders of Michigan Wolverine Cafeteria nemberships, who desire to sell, will profit by calling 2-1124 at any meal hour. D. R…

May 04, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…, who had beaten him in the Big Ten com- petition. The new Wolverine leader took second places in the Indiana and Michigan State dual meets this year, behind teammates Ben Grady and Der Johnston, and won…

May 04, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

… cheaper and more enjoyable afternoon than one spent in watching a good ball game. Today Michigan meets Illinois at Ferry Field. The Illini and Wolverines are arch diamond rivals. Added impetus is given…

July 04, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… does win at Chicago. Swimming in a 50-meter pool, twice as long as the usual indoor pool, the Wolverine team will be conceded an excellent showing in the crack field entered. All of the Michigan men are…

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