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November 04, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 42) • Page Image 6

… boys played a great game," the "M" mentor said in the locker room afterwards. Michigan did play its best game of the season. When the breaks came, the Wolverines were able to take advantage and keep them…

…. There are three games left, and if Michigan is to equal its Big Ten record of last year it must win two of them. Last Year Last season the Wolverines had a 3-3-1 Conference mark, and a 5-3-1 overall…

… Northwestern or Iowa. I I1 L' k I a Scoring three goals in the first and three in the second periods, the Wolverine boosters dominated the entire Wesleyan game. Michi- gan fullback Hans Van Deboven Camp…

… stood out in the defensive lineup as he time and again broke Wesleyan's offensive patterns. Wesleyan couldn't contain the fine teamwork exhibited by the Wolverine forward line. Filiozola Rubens and Kweku…

January 04, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

… best ever staged in the Coliseum., The Wolverines had to come from behind in the last five min- utes to nip the Canadians, 2-1, in the opener. Gil Burford tied the score at 15:40 of the final session and…

… on a one-man scoring show in the opener with Brown University on December 21 at the Coliseum. The Wolverines won 7-3, and Grant chalked up three goals for the "hat trick" and an as- sist all in the…

… including Russell and Prince Johnson, two brothers who play- ed for the American Olympic team last year. But the Sioux fell before a spir- ited Wolverine attack 8-4 in the first night and 6-0 the following…

…, Wolverine captain, deci- WIN THREE OUT OF FIVE:- WolverTines Prepare For BigTenCagers By TED PAPES Michigan's basketball team, in preparation for the coming Big Ten championship race, undertook an ambitious…

… holiday exhibition program and emerged with a record of three victories in five games played. The Wolverines now have won six while losing three this season. IT WAS A CASE of glory at the start and at the…

… Conference titlist, its first 1949 defeat in five contests by a score of 54-46. Balanced scoring by Wolverines Don McIntosh, Leo VanderKuy, and Hal Morrill enabled their team to overcome a 10 point halftime…

…Kuy on the second. Taking everything into consid- eration the campaign was fairly successful in that it proved Mich- igan can hold a winning percent- age in road games and that the Wolverines are able to…

… turning back Ok- lahoma in the windup. AS A SIDE ISSUE, a :consola- tion playoff was staged between the four first round losers. The Wolverines fashioned tvo story- book finishes to salvage fifth place in…

March 04, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

… THE MCMGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4,1956 .. .. AN D IY ThDY AR! 415 Gymnasts Fail in Big Ten Crown Bids Wolverine Gym Squad Tops Michigan State for Second 40 V (Continued from Page 1) and…

… the Wolverines dominated the game from start to finish. Stage Is Set Scoring once in the first period, twice in the second, and three times in the third, the Wolverines set the stage for this weekend…

Wolverines, and the partisan over- flow crowd in Dees Stadium seem- ed to know it. Goalies Busy Both Goalies-Michigan's Lorne Howes and Tech's Bob McManus- had a busy night. Howes was press- ed to make 39…

Wolverines were out ahead to stay. STATISTICS FIRST PERIOD: Goals: 1-Michigan, Rendall (MacFarland-McIntosh) 7:30. 1-Michigan Tech, McManus (Wylie- Stenlund) 19:04. PENALTIES: Michigan, Buchanan (tripping) 0…

…'s demise before Minnesota's Gophers last night, 86-72. Jockeying for rebound positions are Wolverines Pete Tillotson (26) and Randy Tarrier (23) and Dave Tucker (23) of Minnesota. Minnesota Cagers set…

Wolverine Five, 86-7 . A By ALAN EISENBERG Associate Sports Editor Minnesota proved to be the bet- ter of two bad basketball teams at Yost Field House last night. Michigan played its usual inept game as…

… the Gophers triumphed, 86-72. The Wolverines passed poorly, shot inaccurately, and re- bounded ineffectually. The Maize and Blue will close out still another dismal season to- morrow night when they…

… made a valiant effort to hold on to the coveted seventh spot in the Big Ten standings. Minnesota's Maurice DeMarais opened the scoring but then the Wolverines hit- for six straight points. With five…

…. George Kline and Dommeyer led the scoring attack for the win- ners. The 6'3" Kline tallied 26 points while Dommeyer notched 22. Five men hit in double figures for the Wolverines with Kramer's 20 leading…

March 04, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… as the Badgers in an effort to get the ball, continuously fouled the Wolverines who proved to be deadly at the foul line. Pete Tillotson and Burton took scoring honors for the Wolverines with 19 points…

…, taking shots only when there was an opening. Lit- sow and Holt with 22 and 17 points respectively were high men for them. The Wolverines controlled the backboards 47-34, with George Lee grabbing 17, to…

…'s gymnastic victory over Michigan State, 61%-502, last Friday affirmed what has been known since the beginning of the season--that the Wolverine's tal- ent-laden squad would be a power in the Big Ten this year…

Wolverine cause, taking a first in the free exercise, trying for two more in the side horse and in tumbling and fin- ished third on the parallel bars. Hayslett's performance was per- haps the most encouraging…

… feature of the meet. Though the blond gymnast finished fourth in total points in last year's Big Ten meet, he had taken firsts in only four events in the Wolverines' three previous meets this winter…

… his premise was the work of the Wolverines against Western Ontario on Saturday. Pete Fries, swimming the backstroke for the first time in competition, took first with a respectable 2:19.4. Michigan…

March 04, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… by Ray Pavichevich put the Wolverines ahead, 29-27, a minute before halftime and7'Purdue never caught up. Another basket by Pavichevich and three points by freshman cen- ter Paul Groffsky helped the…

… Maize and Blue to a 34-30 margin at the midway mark. ' IT WAS MICHIGAN'S. strong third period spurt that put the game on ice. With Skala pacing the way the Wolverines built their lead into a comfortable…

… basketball title. -Daily-Bruce Knoll THROWS STONE-Milt Mead, 6-7 Wolverine center drives un- derneath for a final quarter bucket. Trying to stop the Bay City sophomore is Jim Stone, a 6-3 reserve forward for…

… in the Michigan breast- stroke and backstroke departments on the eve of the Big Ten cham- pionships. The Wolverines boast two na- tional champions and the defend- ing Big Ten winners in the 100 and 200…

…-yard breaststroke races, Stew Elliott and John Davies, re- spectively. * * * ON THE BACKSTROKE side of the picture the Wolverines have been able to garner first place in only three dual meets this season…

…. The race was swum in the usual 25-yard pool. In the 100-yard breaststroke the Wolverine co-captains, El- liott and Davies, will be out to duplicate their feat of 1951 when Elliott won the race and…

… Davies finished right behind in second place. Both Stassforth and Holan will challenge the Wolverines in the shorter race; but both the oppon- ents are better at the longer 200- yard event. Illinois' Jim…

Wolverines' best oppor- tunity to score in the backstroke evehts rests with Bumpy Jones, who holds the third best time for the 200 thus far this season. However, the versatile Jones has swum the backstroke in…

March 04, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… hockey squad turned in a lack-luster per-j formance irn the Coliseum last night, but it was still good enough to whip a weak Michigan State sextet 9-6 and smash two all-time Wolverine season scoring…

… cruised around the Green and White de- fense six minutes later and caught the far corner of the net with a backhand blast to account for the remainder of a five goal Wolverine second period. Individual…

… the Hoosiers handed the Wolverines a 57-42 setback before 5,000 fans in Yost Field House. The smooth-working Hoosiers, paced by the clever ball-handling of Billy Garrett, broke into the lead after eight…

… point margin, and coasted on to its eleventh Conference win. The defeat was Michigan's ninth in 12 Big Ten contests. The Wolverines' attempts at the TYPEWRITERS' Repaired Ar/Rented Sold Bought Fountain…

…. The Hoosiers popped in 14 of 28 floor shots for a tre- mendous fifty per cent average. The Wolverines improved some- what in. the final period, hitting nine of 33 attempts for a still none…

… three wins the best Michigan could hope for would be a tie for last place with Ohio State. A win over Iowa, who knocked off the Wolverines '7-48 earlier in the season, would give the quintet its fourth…

March 04, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

… valiant effort to take the 157 pound toga from the strong shoulders of the Badger great. The Wolverines won one third place and one fourth place in the consolation bouts. In the light heavyweight match, Joe…

…. The Wolverines won the medley by two yards, but backstroker Bernie Kahn was called for a missed turn and Iowa took the event for the record books. * * * FOR MICHIGAN, the breast- stroke - backstroke…

… Friday night. Wolverine Don Hoover and Len Truex, the OSU flash were the other double winners. Hoover won both the low and high hurdles, his times being a excellent :08.7 in the highs and :08.1 in the lows…

… first, two seconds and a third to exempli- fy their all-around power, Only Michigan could approach this display of top placings, and lack of depth and balance cut short any chances the Wolverines had. Two…

…- spectable fifth in a highly com- petitive field, while Bruner was edged out by inches by Thomas in the high hurdles to wind up third. The Wolverines' mile relay team put on its best performance of the year to…

… cinch second place for the Wolverines. Even with a bad baton pass intermingled with the run- ning, the quartet finished a close five yard second to Illinois. Both Al Rankin, who finished his lap with an…

…, 20 1951 Visit England, Belgium, Switzerland and France I Dolan Leads Illinois Gymnasts To 64-3 2 Win over Wolverines HAWAII Study Tour for Girls-$495.00 Departure June 17th An outstanding program…

May 04, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

… from Page 1) The abbreviated i ightcap -was under the Wolverines' control from the second inning when they poured across four runs. Ralph Hutchings, who made the day's outstanding defensive play by…

… hit one for the circuit, his immediately following Dickey's first one. 47TH CONSECUTIVE TRIUMPH: Wolverine Netmen Trounce OSU, 9-0 OPEN EVENINGS DIAMOND NEEDLES $950 ALL BRANDS double points slightly…

… higher THE SHOP -Daily-Ian MaWNvven HANDS ACROSS THE TAPE - Geert Keilstrup crosses the finish line in winning the gruelling two-mile run yesterday at Ferry Field. This was one of the Wolverines

… quadrangular golf meet. Purdue and the Buckeyes each beat the Wolverines by identical 28-8 scores. Michigan nipped Western 16-14. The Wolverines' Mamon Gibson tied for pole vault honors with Marquette's Ed…

… team in its bid for its 47th con- secutive dual meet win as it causing Michigan to change its style of play. The Wolverines play most matches on clay courts which aren't as fast. Derby Won By…

… game. The only Wolverine to have any trouble in downing his opponent was George Koral, who plays num- ber four singles. It took him three trounced a weak Ohio S ate team, 9-0. The rains, which at one…

…-3, Fulton took his match, 6-3, 6-2 and Vogt won, 6-2, 6-2. In the remaining doubles com- petition Erickson and Harris team- ed up to win, 6-1, 6-1. Tomorrow the Wolverines face their severest test so far this…

December 04, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 63) • Page Image 14

… lose to Michigan's Sailing Club has smith, however, was the top skip- can Team Race Championship. Notre Dame by a single point. placed the Wolverines' name per of the event. Thede Paces Win The latter…

…E Michigan's yachtsmen spent a ing Championships and placed captured the Orchard Lake Invita- Three Boats Entr chilly weekend proving Wolverine fourth in the National Champion- tional Regatta against the top…

… it takes Wolverines to victory with Wayne time, the Sir Thomas Lipton Cup, end of October and one week later the "navy" out of mothballs. State, Detroit, Michigan State and Hillsdale following them in…

January 04, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

… hockey tearn battered and bruisc but i hopeful, returned to An: Arbor last weekend from a discoura"Th' western swing that saw them three out of four games to league foes. The Wolverines opened t e ed…

…. olic Ross Childs did not morial Day auto race here. Wolverines wound up with 28 for The top Wolverine performance nae the prrta.s Reece will drive the Hoyt Ma- urth of the evening went to Capt. Dave…

…'time with eight of h tas Yale along with the loss to Wash- en points. The final score was ington University of St. Louis give 2-69 the Wolverines an overall 5-3 rec- ord as they head into their first Ito town…

… them off the firs ha ended and tiped in a court 90-75 shotin the last second to give Pete 'Tillotson led a first-half Michigan a 33-32 edge. In the last surge which netted the Wolverines half he provided…

… Washington coach the picture was not so placid. The Bill Perigo had five men with four 1 Wolverines again gained a coin- personals and against Yale both fortable lead, but with about Tillotsor and Ron Kramer…

… fouled twelve minutes to go it began to out rather early. fade. At the end of regulation time At the foul line the Wolverines the score was tied up, 62-62. hit for .642. a bit below par. JACK LEWIS…

… ... provides drive Tf _ rCK Mee- high hurdles and third in the. lows. In the sprints Magnuson managed thirds in the 70-yd. and 220-yd. events. Dollwet, who appears to be the Wolverines big hope in the dis- tance…

… was able to resume practice yesterday. Other Wolverines to give good accounts of themselves in Satur- day's meet were sophomores Pete Stanger and John Magnuson and junior Helmar Dollwet. Stanger placed…

… blasted Michigan State, 9-i and 8-2. Ihomising Start Thus, coach Tom Bedecki's e took a conple of giant srides in the direction of unseatang the Wolverines as lae champions. Michigan took the chnainnsmp…

Wolverines will am have a chance to avenge the du' d C' feat and must depend on the five other teams*in the hague to Ynx. the Tigers down. The team in line for the nat crack at them will b. Jn' Mariucci…

March 04, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

… * * . MSC Contest First of Three Crucial Tilts for Wolverines Three Fraternities Advance In First Place Hoop Playoffs Sigma Phi Epsilon Annexes 44-40 Verdict; Pi Lam, Phi Gamma Delta SquadsTriumph u I By…

… HANLEY GURWIN Vic Heyliger's puckmen, return to Mdiwest Hockey League compe- ]tition tonight when they battle the Michigan State Spartans in a loop tilt at East Lansing. The Wolverines will be trying to…

… Weekend in Big Ten Meet By JIM DYGERT Rooters for both teams have long awaited the 1953 showdown be- tween the Wolverine track squad and the University of Illinois cinder- men. The duel will take place on…

… other Big Ten members are concentrating on individual titles, leaving Illinois, the defending champion, and Michigan, runner-up by six points last year, to battle for team honors. Three Wolverines return…

… just two words -John Chase. The 19 year old junior from Grosse Point is def- initely the Wolverines biggest threat in this event. BUMPY JONES . . . medley master Chase, consistently in the run- ning…

… record, from the scores of the first and last home games he might get the idea -that the Wolverines haCi fared pretty well in the hardwood wars. The current edition of Maize and Blue talent opened the cam…

…, including only a pair in Big Ten competi- tion. But Monday's high-scoring win managed to give the local cage pic- ture a little brighter hue, lifting the Wolverines out of the confer- ence cellar a half game…

March 04, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… takes on the rugged Huskies of Michigan Tech tonight' in the opener of a two game series at the Coliseum. While working out yesterday for the Tech tilt, the Wolverines learned that Harvard and the St…

… battle this afternoon and to- morrow at Minneapolis. The Wolverines' main hopes for individual championships rest with 130 pounder Max Pearson and 147 pounder Don Haney. Haney was undefeated against stiff…

…-yard butterfly. It makes the old mark of Michigan's John Davies obsolete. Wolverine Jack Wardrop, who holds the present world mark in! the 220-yard freestyle may see that mark go by the boards, too, as…

…,500- meter swim. The Wolverines lost to the Buckeyes, 125-103, last year after trailing by six points going! into the second evening's competi- tion. This year the Wolverines, who edged Ohio State last week in…

Wolverines will also play cautious hockey, so as not to get injured with the NCAA tour- ney just around the corner. The series, however, will offer lots of excitement. for Tech has its best team in years, and…

… Lorne Howes-and thus rode the Wolverine bench for four years. I-M Basketball With Paul Newhoff leading the way by scoring 50 points, Phi Al- pha Kappa smothered Alpha Rho Chi, 89-20, to highlight profes…

May 04, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

…R-AY BEE- ~ .l. ~ ~ B.BC U1..I LE-4~t V ULZB k-3 "I'4-i J ' 901111 In. Warm-Vp Prior to Northern Trip c A' By STEVE HEILPE 4Wolverine Golfers Defe 24'/f-liW"'z While this headline wo tainly be pleasing to…

… MSC.courts. Last Friday saw the Wolverines uld cer- rally to hand the Irish a 6-3 de- By PHIL DOUGLIS Michigan's league-leading Wol- verines take a break from Con- ference baseball action this after…

…- noon as they take on a rugged No- tre Dame nine in an exhibition tilt on Ferry Field at 3:30 this aft- ernoon. The Irish barely bowed to the Wolverines' national championship team last season by a close…

… apiece. The Wolverines are now on top of the Big Ten standings with a 5-1 Conference record and a 15-4 overall season mark. Three victories were added to the Michigan scalp belt last weekend as Ray Fisher…

… Michigan's case, as the Wolverines head into the stretch drive for the Big Ten flag. Hitting/also played a big part in carrying the defending NCAA champs to the top of the confer- ence. The big bats of Don…

… trips while Lepley bangedj out four hits in six trips to pace the Wolverines at the plate. This Friday, Michigan moves to' the Northland, where they meet ace nemesis Paul Giel and the Minnesota Gophers…

… City, to meet the rugged; Hawkeyes of Iowa, in a twin bill. Iowa derailed the pennant bound Wolverine express twice last sea- son. In all probability, Ritter will face Giel at Minneapolis on Friday…

…,j while Corbett and Wisniewski take on the Hawks on Saturday. This! will be the last extended road trip of the season for the Wolverines. BIG TEN STANDINGS Michigan1 sports enthusiast, the chances are…

March 04, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…T'HURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE THURSDAY, MAR01! 4, 1954 THE MICHIGAN IJAILY PAGE THREE OSUTo Defend Title as Swim Meet Opens Here Wolverines Dump Spartan Gymnasts…

… eight starts by whipping Michigan State, 56-40. Each team garnered three first places and a trio of seconds but the Wolverines came through with five thirds to sew up the win. It gave Newt Loken's squad…

… they could do was third and fourth respectively. Wolverine captain Mary John- son, who along with Krumbholz and Bergman, was competing in his last home meet was rusty from the inactivity accompanying a…

… tougher than a week ago. Michigan State's Jack Helle- wege, Ohio State's third man, Fletcher Gilders, and Wolverine Charley Bates will be fighting for the spots behind the top trio. In the individual medley…

… Difficult Side Horse Gymnastic Event By DON LINDMAN Gymnast Lee Krumbholz can't be accused of picking the easy spots in his gym work. The Wolverine star considers the side horse, one of the most dif- ficult…

… events in the entire program, as his favorite. Krumbholz turns in some of his finest performances on the side horse, which is other- wise a definite Wolverine weak spot. NOW ONE of the mainstays of the…

… high school. A teammate of Wolverine swimmer Ron Gora at Lane Tech, Krumbholz has dropped swimming to devote all his time to gymnastics since he came to Michigan. Krumbholz has devoted a lot of time…

May 04, 1950 (vol. 0, iss. 145) • Page Image 9

…THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1950 T HE MICRIGAN DAILY i Michigan Golfers Nose Out wolverines Gain Third Straight 'Victory in 151-11- Triumph POOR RICHARD'S ALMANAC: 'Got Along Fine With Yanks…

… University course. With two of the Wolverines' ,top golfers, Bob Olson and Dick Evans, watching from the side- lines, Keith LeClair and De an &Lind combined a pair of preci- sion rounds to give their team its…

… third lowest Wolverine score, a 76, but couldn't quite balance out Tay- lor's fine 73. Hauser encountered * * a variety of difficulties and skied to an 83. Still clinging to a one point margin Michigan…

… which is holding back his rejoining a major league team. The affable ex-Wolverine baseball star who was signed off the Michigan campus in 1941 by the Detroit Tigers stressed that he would like to continue…

May 04, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…wf rALF OT79 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 4,1957 VP' Baseball Team Loses,. 8-; Netmen Win, 8- 0 4> Badgers Hand Wolverines First Conference Setback MacKay Returns To Help Tennis…

… loss in four con- ference games, 8-4. Northwestern will be at Ferry Field for a double-header start- ing at 1:30 this afternoon. The Wolverines grabbed a quick New Aehil-met MICHIGAN Myers, 3b Fox, rf…

… balance of the Wolverine squad, these substi- tutions shouldn't h a r m the chances for victory greatly, since any member of the Wolverine squad is capable of outshooting all of the others on a given day…

… cindermen more than a little trouble in a triangular meet at Milwaukee this afternoon. Coach Don Canham feels that the Wolverines, who left by plane for Milwaukee this morning, could beat either of the two…

April 04, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 131) • Page Image 3

…F'R'IDAY, APRIL '4, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1952 PAGE THREE I ii Track, Golf Squads Head for Dixie CLASSIFIEDS i Southern, Arkansas Relays Lure Wolverine

… Nilsson is scheduled to ap- pear in both the shot and discus events. The other Wolverine entries are team events. Jack Carroll, Bill Hickman, John Ross and Don Mc- Ewen have their eyes on the dis- 4Accident…

… enjoy a lead of three games to two. and Van Bruner, the high hurd- ler. Nilsson and Roy Pella will perform in both the shot and dis- cus, while Junior Stielstra will do the broad jumping. THE WOLVERINES

…. Schwartz, a powerful six-footer, is slated to play the number two singles position and either num- ber one or two doubles on this year's edition of the Wolverine net squad. CO-CAPTAIN SCHWARTZ has a year of…

… south- ern opponents next week. Seven Wolverine golfers will make the trip South, where they will meet Wake Forest at Wake Forest on Monday. North Caro- lina at Chapel Hill on Wednes- day, and Duke the…

… later Big Ten opposition in late April and May. In years past the Michigan golfers have not fared particularly well against the Southerners. Last year the Wolverines opened by downing Wake Forest, 17…

March 04, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… to step out of the bridesmaid's role. The Wolverine tracksters stand an excellent chance of dethron- ing four-time champion Illinois as the forty-fifth annual indoor Big Ten Track and Field Champion…

… because of a lingering leg injury. The Wolverines are favored in four events - the 880, mile, high jump and mile relay. Gray Favored Pete dray has run the half-mile in 1:52.8 this year, making him the…

… OSU a 10 point total for the first night's activity. O'Reilly was credited with the five points which rated the Wolverines an early second place tie in the tourney. Lucas' third place finish was worth…

… behind the leading Buckeyes, O'Reilly was hard-pressed to edge Lucas for the runnerup spot in the opening event. After lead- ing Lucas for the first 600 meters, the fast-developing Wolverine was matched…

… of 20:59.5. Wolverine Tom Prunk's 21:30.7 rated him far away from point honors. Wehner Fades Wehner led Kerr early in the third heat and gave promise of contributing to Michigan's score with a possible…

… fifth place finish. But Kerr outlasted the fading Wolverine to gain fourth in the heat and fifth in the race. See OSU, Page 3 Committee Defers Action On Calendar At a meeting of the University Calendaring…

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…

May 04, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… passed ball, and then a single off the bat of Boros. Fisher was disappointed with the outcome, but the Wolverine's field- ing and hitting was decidedly im- proved over the past few games. -Michigan…

… Boros, who played, but were not at the peak of efficiency. Sigman left the game in the sixth and Bill Thurston took his place in right field. Late-Inning Lapse By AL WINKELSTEIN Can the Wolverine golfers…

… Buckeyes. Indiana rounded out the field of four teams. For th eWolverines, ho are un- HALF OF 'M' GOLF SQUAD, who will compete in the triangular meet against Purdue and Ohio State at Lafayette on Saturday…

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May 04, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

… a base hit. Dick Leach then got another single but Sabuco was thrown out going to third on the hit, Leach taking second on the throw. Wis- niewski then brought home the Wolverines' third run of the…

… page in the record book yesterday. The Wolverine quartet of John Moule, Bill Hickman, John Ross, and Captain Don McEwen, topped the previous mark, held by. the University of Kansas, by 7.3 sec- onds in…

…, especially f i n e since all four men had to go out in front and set their own pace." * * * IN ITS ONLY other attempt at the record in the Penn relays the Wolverine team was slowed by rain and mud and deprived…

Wolverine scoring parade with 30 points on five touchdowns, caught 16 passes for 395 yards, and was an elusive ball carrier on end around plays. The Ypsilanti speed- ster was also used at the defensive safety…

March 04, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

… Five events-four races and the broad jump-had been decided when the powerful Wolverines launched their surge to first place. Michigan stood third by about three points going into the 1000- yard run. Gray…

…'s stirring win, coupled with Robin Varian's third, then put the Maize and Blue out in front for keeps. Including both indoor and out- door titles, it was the third straight championship for the Wolverines and…

…- ance of 23'. Hendricks proved a valuable point-getter, taking third in the fast low-hurdle finals. Other Wolverine Scorers Other Michigan scorers were Geert Keilstrup, third in the half- mile; Dick…

…, Indiana's foursome repeated as champions, Iowa took second and the Wolverine quartet-Geo- rge Gluppe, Flodin, Varian and Rudesill-took third to end the Michigan scoring in this, the final event. Michigan…

… failed to score in only one event-the high hurdles- which was won by Michigan State's Joe Sayoldi in :08.5, a new fieldhouse record. The Wolverines had no entry in the high hurdles. ines by beating Iowa…

March 04, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 102) • Page Image 5

… while Mann is celebrating his silver anniversary as head mentor of the Wolverines. BID FOR BOXERS: All-Campus Boxing Tourney To Highlight IM Open House The final matches of the All- Campus boxing…

… championship meets. Prospects of the Wolverines as- cending the Western Conference throne again this season are slim but the Maize and Blue is almost certain to find itself in the run- nef-up slot behind Ohio…

… Ameri- can record for the 100-yd. breast- stroke. DAVIES HOLDS the unusual distinction of having finished fourth to ex-Wolverine Bob Sohl in the Olympic Games despite the fact that his official time was…

November 04, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

… oblivion to score two second-half touchdowns and lead the determined Wolverines tg a breathtaking 17-14 win over frustrated Iowa. Shatusky bucked over from the two-yard line with 1:06 minutes remaining in…

… at a fever pitch for Michigan, threw everything he had against the visi- tors, but the Wolverines were magnificent in the do-or-die moments. The victory squared Michigan's Conference record at two and…

December 04, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… as undermanned and weak, the Wolverines proved to be exactly the opposite ,as they controlled the game for two periods with tight defensive hockey, and then blew the roof off the Coliseum with a…

… stunning three-goal uprising in the final Period. Leading the way for the youthful Wolverines was Jay Goold, who f tallied two goals, while teammates Neil Buchanan and Captain Bill U.S. Court rDismisses Du…

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…

March 04, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

… its nearest rival. The big surprise of the evening however was Michigan. Placing men in 13 of the 14 events the Wolverines scored 56 points in the meet to take second. Iowa, which figured to place…

… Special To The Daily CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- After find- ing Illinois far too powerful in Wolverines' Balance Pays Off, Leads to Easy Track Victory By JOHN HILLYER Special To The Daily EAST LANSING…

July 04, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

… Bring Results Your occulist prescriptions filled 706 Wolverine Bldg. Fourth & Washington, NO 8-6019 )J3 WASHINGS -- Also ironing separately. Specialize in cotton blouses and washed skirts. Free pick up…

April 04, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

… "Questions and Answers About Contact Lens." BETTER VISION CENTER Your occulist prescriptions filled 708 Wolverine Bldg. Fourth & Washington, NO 8-6019 )J RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes rewoven. Let us…

May 04, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

… anybody else see this-if you happen to wear it a second day, nobody will be the wiser. $5.00 II Phi Alpha Kappa Triumphs On No-Hitter In I-M Softball The Wolverine netters open their Big Ten season here…

May 04, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

… "Wolverine." The line in the Lufkin "Western" is the same weight as chain tapes, but subdivided throughout, making it ideal for heavy field work. Lufkin "Lucas" mine tapes resist rust and corrosion. In the oil…

May 04, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… the government. Bothj -Daily-Ian MacNiven BOB SEALBY *.. on way to third Wolverines in Twice Over Indiana By FRED KATZ Michigan powered its way into a share of the Big Ten lead yes- terday at Ferry…

March 04, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… settled on the name Michigan. A discussion of the origin of other words peculiar to Michigan will be featured on a new series of programs, "Wolverine Words," to be broadcast by WUOM. The first of the series…

March 04, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

…. Adding to the noise of the party was a siren, which had traveled to the Rose Bowl game with the 1950 Wolverines and a fire engine and crowd noises, loaned to the house by radio station WHRV. Twelve flares…

October 04, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… spending. The bill would authorize in- struction g r a n ts to medical schools for their present students and incentive payments for addi- tional students beyond the 1949- 51 enrollment level. Wolverine Club…

March 04, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…, Wisconsin, 4. Indiana, 1 and Illinois, who did not qualify a single man for last night's events, is in last place. BOTH OHIO STATE and the Wolverines took two first places, the Buckeyes copping the low board…

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