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May 04, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… yesterday as the Broncos of Western Michigan edg- ed the Wolverines, 2-1. The score was tied until the last of the ninth, when with one out, WMU's Pat Locanto singled home Bruce Roberts with the winning run…

… Cuyler's triple to right field. Michigan's record is now 15-5 and Western's is 12-2. Last Saturday the Wolverine diamondmen won their seventh and eighth consecutive games in patented good…

… the second game of the doubleheader the Wolverines, down 5-2 going into the last inning, stunned the disbelieving Badgers again by put- ting seven runs across the plate in the seventh and final inning…

…. (The second game of Big Ten double- headers is always limited to seven innings.) The final score was 9-5. These two wins brought the Wolverines' Big Ten record to 4-0. all the wins being credited to…

… Wildcat errors and a wild pitch. Two insurance runs were added in the ninth on an infield single by Al Bara, a walk to Sygar, two wild pitches and Bob Gilhooley's run- scoring infield out. The Wolverines

… home run and a single which ever. Two non-conference gameTncapos*dNCAr- drove inthree runs, snwith Notre Dame were rained out On April 16, the Wolverines took as was a doubleheader with Ohio ners-up last…

… year and are favored two more victories, beating Cen- State. to take the title this year. THREE SHOT PUT VICTORIES: Harvey Cops itles in Relays ad Shot putter Jack Harvey paced1 the Wolverine track…

Wolverines failed to get any other first-place finishes in the rain-soaked Penn Relays, but pole vaulter and team captain George Canamare placed second in his event with a vault of 15'. The best Michigan could…

… match between Michigan Captain Karl Hedrick ad Boilermaker Wayne Svoboda was a real battle as Hedrick won 7-5, 8-6. The other matches were closer than the scores indicate but the Wolverines were never ex…

…-1; Dixon-Pritula (M) def. Moline- Stone, 10-8, 6-3. . Al JACK HARVEY MICHIGAN'S Wolverines - Michigan's famous Marching Band-Th tate Street-The League e Victors- The Union of a great him in a three…

December 04, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 75) • Page Image 10

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, December 4, 1969 BIG TEN RUNNERUP NOT ENOUGH Wolverine tankers aim for second in nation By ROD ROBERTS Michigan's swimming team sur- prised nearly everyone…

Wolverine finish since 1956. This year's squad will have a strong nucleus with four tankers -Gary Kinkead, Juan Bello, Dick Rydze, and Bill Mahoney-who ac- counted for 102 points at the NCAA's. But more…

…, 61-52 victor over not be achieved merely by default, the Wolverines in Dallas last as it has been in the past two year. years when there weren't any The fiercest competition down at other teams with…

… depth in the Matt Mann Pool, however, will Big Ten. probably be among Wolverine Michigan State and Ohio State tankers. Due to a recent NCAA will give some balance to the top ruling, freshmen are now…

… eligible half of the conference and could to compete on varsity .teams, and challenge the Wolverine's for the Michigan has about a dozen rookie swimmers who will challenge the returning lettermen. In Coach…

…'s squed, will concentrate his talents in the distance events, freestyle, and individualrmedley, and backstroke. Last year at the NCAA's, the Wolverine captain took second in the 500 IM, and third in the 200…

… Donald will be out to pick up the medley relay in the NCAA's. slack in butterfly left by gradu- Junior Dick Rydze heads the ation losses while another soph Wolverine diving corps. Greg Goshorn will…

…. PETITIONING HAS BEEN EXTENDED for Student positions on the UNIVERSITY BOKSTORE FORMER OLYMPIAN JUAN BELLO of Peru could swim almost any event for the Wolverines this season. The senior speedster will probably…

… in the psilanti INSURANCE CENTER Ann Arbor 200 yard backstroke in which he took third at the NCAA's. The ARLAN'S DEPT. STORE versatile Wolverine captain was runner-up in the 400 yard in- dividual…

December 04, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 75) • Page Image 11

… after the game. "Everybody gave 100 per cent. I'm just sorry we couldn't win it." Indeed, throughout the game the Wolverines played inspired ball; running the fast break, and when that didn't work…

…, passing against the Irish's floating zone until they worked for the open shot. Despite the Wolverines fine effort, however, frustration was the name of the game at the final buzzer as the Irish, ranked in…

January 04, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

… within a three minute span. Early in the last period Al Hinnegan added one for good measure. Final: 4-2. Colorado Series Held to a puny six-goal output at Grand Forks, the Wolverines found Coloriado…

… Norm Laur- ance. The next night it was a different story. -Butts allowed the same number of goals in regulation time as Coyle had the previous night, but the Wolverines had to come from behind with a…

February 04, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… negotiations are the current impasse is a direct satisfactorily concluded." Lev Alcindor L...... by Jim Forrester Hgot',i cold- ' with the Wolverine Icers IF YOU WOULD have asked "For whom the bell tolls…

…," last Friday night, you would have had to answer the Wolverine hockey team. In what can be fairly described as the most unbelievable com- bination of stupid plays and ineptness ever thrown onto the ice…

… and still called a game, the icers got stomped by Minnesota by a 6-3 count. But if you asked the same question Saturday at about 11 P.M., the inescapable conclusion would be that the Wolverines were…

… 'Gophers put up a good defensive show, but their attack was built around Wolverine mistakes and lazy play. a Cut to the third period Friday. Michigan is behind, 4-3, and on the power play. The Gophers get…

… the puck and Scott Buchan wants to clear it down the ice. Michigan forward Doug Galbraith goes after Buhan, Buchan flicks his wrists and the puck goes over the Wolverine's outstretched stick. Buchan…

… with a shot into the now open right side. Minnesota Coach Glen Sonmor accurately depicted the Wolverine style of play. "When you play as offensively as they do, you're bound to take some chances." Custer…

… took a better chance at the Little Big Horn. After the breakaway, the Wolverine play dropped to a margin of laziness. A jury of little old ladies would 'have hung them for their sluggish play. Cut to…

… Gopher Bill Klatt behind the Michigan net about five minutes after Roddy's score. He is moving back and forth behind the Wolverine goal un- hindered, looking for a friendly brown jersey to pass to in front…

…-existant wing or to the other ,team. THEN CAME SATURDAY NIGHT. If the Wolverines were ter- rible Friday, they were terrifying Saturday. They came out skating and hitting as they hadn't for the entire season. They…

…, but was able to make thesaves. r "We shot several times and that guy didn't even move" said Wolverine defenseman Lars Hansen. The puck would hit a skate or a post or by accident McLacklan would move in…

January 04, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

…-Pittsburgh, Away. Swimming--Big Ten Relays at Bloomington, Ind. MONDAY Basketball-Iowa, Away I AGAINST 50 SCH resters In Wilke By JIM BERGER An unknown sophomore and a former Michigan captain sparked the Wolverine

…-I gan. Heavyweight Jack Barden was second at the 213-lb. class at Still-t water. Other Wolverine wrestlers whof placed at the Wilkes Tournament were: Ralph Bahna, second; RickF Bay, third; Dave Dozeman…

… 1948 U.S.: Olympic team. The Wolverines leave today for their second dual meet of the sea- son against the Pitt Panthers at Pittsburgh. The Wolverines were defeated in their first meet by Penn State…

Wolverines' record to 8-1, their best start in 18 years. So as a result Michigan is still not ranked by either the AP or UPI, although somebody some- where did mention the Wolverines in the AP voting. Harris…

Wolverines took a 9-0 lead, zipped to a 44-30 margin at half- time and led by as many as 22 early in the second half. Yale closed the gap to nine late in the game with help from Rich Kaminsky, a stocky 6…

… collapsing zone defense Yale used to try to keep him in check. Buntin, leading the Wolverines with 21.0 points and 16.4 rebounds a game (fourth in the nation) turned to his jump shot. in this one and hit on…

… over Texas A&M, 82-79. The Wolverines trailed by as many as 13 against Houston but knotted the score, 75-75, at the end of regulation time on two free throws by Cantrell. They out- scored Houston, 7…

… empha- size the practice purpose of the meet. To Go All Out Nevertheless, the Wolverines will go all out to take a second in the meet. For the past two years In- diana has won the meet with Michigan State…

March 04, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

… Michigan hockey team completed a five game winning streak and captured the Big Ten conference crown. Clubbing Wisconsin 8-5 on Fri- day night, the Wolverines tighten- ed the defensive reins the n e x t night…

Wolverine fans with sterling performances. Perrin chose Friday night for his particular feature. Not satis- fied with a mere three goals, he capped his hat-trick by knocking home a fourth in the final period…

… earn the Big Ten title, while Wisconsin needed only one win to capture the crown. From Friday's opening faceoff, however, the Wolverines made " Big Te, their intentions to sweep the ser- ies well known…

Wolverine margin to 8-5 and end- ed the scoring for the evening. Picking up where he left off the previous night, Deeks opened Saturday night's scoring at 2:36 of the first period. Wisconsin then began to con…

… against the Wisconsin Badgers. Perrin's four goals Friday night paced the Icers to an 8-5 victory. Saturday's 2-0 victory completed the weekend sweep and assured the Wolverines of the Big Ten title. U I…

… their previous best. pressure must have gotten to them." As Iowa buckled, the Wolverines kept pouring it on with 9.0-plus routines, trying to break some kind of a record for consistency. Loken exclaimed…

… practice." "I definitely predict a better iscore for Iowa in the Big Ten ;Meet. They have the added nxoti- Ovation of having lost to us." If the Wolverines can perform :as they did Saturday, they should inot…

March 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

… for the Wolverines. Jack Darden, at 177-lbs., was the only Michigan wrestler to be defeated in today's action. After the meet Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen said that he was very proud of his team…

… made the difference." Following Iowa and Michigan were Minnesota, 37; Wisconsin, 30; and Michigan State, 27. The Wolverines two champions equalled the Hawkeyes but Iowa managed two seconds and a con…

…. Corriere's second conference championship-he won the 1959 157-lb. crown--was not so easily realized. The Wolverine captain battled down to the wire with Don Kelly of Illinois in their fin- al-round match…

…. WOLVERINE WINNER-Arno Lascari provided Michigan with its only individual championship at Columbus yesterday b ' taking the parallel bars event. The Wolverine sophomore was undefeated in dual competition this…

… Michigan Captain Red Beren- son after the game last night. Berenson who scored his 40th goal of the season last night to tie an existing school record, was as sad as his teammates in the tomblike Wolverine

April 04, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

… season, and we hope to be able to come back and win the Big Ten," commented Benedict about the trip. Start at Phoenix The Wolverines will be playing their first game of the season at Phoenix, as compared…

… next week, and Coach Bill Murphy will have eyes on his sophomore talent when the Blue take on Miami and North Carolina down at Coral Gables. The Wolverines face Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener at the re…

March 04, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

…, Duane Hoecherl of Minnesota, and Bill Buck of Iowa, all of whom gave the Wolverines fits in dual meets. "Tramp Twins" The "tramp twins," Tom Oster- land and T. Francis, will be two more Wolverines in…

… fourth place finisher last year. Defends Titles Leading the Wolverines into the preliminaries will be sprinter Tom Robinson, who set marks in the 60- and 300-yard races at last year's meet. The Bahaman…

March 04, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

… M o u n t and Bill Keller. Both achieved ''7 - _.T _ L T~ the Wolverines will have to con- tend with the added rigors of playing in Purdue arena. Coach King attributes home success to the fans. "The…

…Coach Fred Snowden said, "Mark was the turning point for us in an otherwise slow ball game. He was the catalyst we needed to fire us up." Besides these Wolverine bright spots, they may profit from Pur- due…

… there, some backcourt pressure applied by the Wolverines m a y trouble any inept ball handlers. -Dail-Andy Sacks WOLVERINE STAR RUDY TOMJANOVICH leaps high above the crowd for one of his game…

…-leading total of sixteen rebounds in Michigan's victory over the Badgers last Saturday. Wolverine hopes for an upset of Purdue once against center around Tomjanovich, 1MW THINCLADS THIRD: BadgersTriumphant cond…

… talent, Michigan comes off high note Last cagersI By DAVE HANNES Saturday the Wolverine gave a performance which By ERIC SIEGEL. They were wrong when they rated Harry Truman a 2 million w vote underdog…

… seven more for the semi-finals. According to Wolverine h e a d coach Dave Martin, "They (t h e Badgers) had it pretty well sewn tip Friday night. When a team has two qualifiers to every one of yours, you…

March 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

… Two Nights Playing their second game in as many nights and third of the week, the Wolverines opened up a 2-0 lead on goals by Gerry Kolb and Don Rodgers midway through the first period. Kolb flicked in…

… Berenson's power play goal, which tied Neil Celley's school record for most goals in a season, gave the Wolverines their second lead at midway through the sec- tond stanza. Then the roof fell in. Elov Seger…

… the Big Ten meet at Colum- bus last year. Jastremski clocked 1:00.6 while Nelson touched out in 1:01.3 to also break his own Wolverine varsity record. Two More Geza Bodolay came through for a fifth…

… State's John Bo- tella for his defeat on the 1- meter board by edging the Buck- eye champion in the 3-meter div- ing finals 500.35 to 493.70. The Wolverine duo of Ron Jaco and Pete Cox were right up there…

… third place with a clocking of 3:43.9 to the Gophers' 3:44.3. Surprise - Indiana Fins Michigan Coach Don Canham agreed that the Badgers took it instead of the Wolverines' losing it. "They deserved to…

March 04, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY Wrestlers, Gymnasts, Thinclads in Title Cont entiot MSU Matmen Lead in Meet; Five Wolverines in Finals, 'M' Qualifies Most Men; Bird…

… lost a match. Corriere's loss to Iowa's Joe Mullins considerably hurt the Wolverine's chances. Mullins Prepared Corriere came out fast and after sizing'Mullins up made a move for a takedown..Mullins was…

… note for the Wolverines was the showing of little Nick Armelagos. Although only winning one match, he came within 15 seconds of upsetting se- cond seeded George Hobbs. Near Pin. Armelagos almost pinned…

…'s finals. Michigan will be seeking its third straight Big Ten Indoor title tonight. As expected, the Wolverines were particularly strong in the middle distance events. Coach Don Canham chose to enter Ergas…

….-Senzig (MSU) vs. Turner - (OSU) (Continued from Page 1) The Wolverines and the Illini combined to qualify first in every event as Michigan's Tom Oster- land took an early lead in re- bound tumbling and Hal…

…- bling to help offset Holmes' first. The Wolverines' best chance for a sweep tomorrow will come in the -high bar, on which Montpetit' qualified first with 9512, followed by Hynds and teammate Gil La- rose…

… the Wolverines' good- showing thus far has been the performance of its sophomore spe- cialists. Barry Spicer, Lew Fenner, and Halph Bromund, qualified sixth in free exercise, fifth on the side horse…

Wolverines are in command at this point, Illinois cannot be counted out. The Illini aren't about to give up a 12th straight Conference ti- tle without a strong fight. Pond, an ex-Marine, said that "the issue…

… 'is still in doubt, but we're the Marines," meaning, of course, that his team is used to the pressure, and still is in position to grab top honors. After the afternoon session in which the Wolverines

… an easy 6-1 win over traditional rival Michigan State here last night.' The redhead notched his two markers in the opening period and the Wolverines picked up a pair in each of the final two frames to…

February 04, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

… Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - "We juggled the lineup and let the guys swim where they wanted" said diving Coach Dick Kimball after the Wolverine swimmers pum- meled Minnesota 7812 to 43%/2 last…

… night in the Gophers' pool. Kimball was explaining why the Wolverines had so many men out of position against the unusually weak Minnesota team. And the final results showed he wasn't exaggerating. After…

… John Robertson and Jay Mahler swept the breaststroke, the Wolverines stopped kidding around, finally, in the last event, the 400-yard freestyle. With Bello, Wiebeck, John Salassa, and BobI Kircher, the…

Wolverines had their best time of the season, a 3:16.5.j 400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY -1.I. Minnesota (Knight, Walker, Hans- sen, Lundburg) 2. Michigan. Time - 3:41.8. 1000-yd VREESTYLE - 1. 0- Connor (M); 2. Arusoo…

…SU ,Sorenson Bomb DULUTH, Minn. - Michigan's hockey team jumped to an early I lead, then hung on to defeat high- spirited Duluth last night, 7-5., The victory moved the Wolverines1 into third place in the WCHAi…

… marker with 3:37 remaining in the period, but a pair! of goals by Wolverine junior Ran- dy Binnie just 201 seconds apart B ad g ers ________ o B a gers shot the score to 6-2 by the buzzer. Duluth dominated…

January 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

….Christmas vacation. Here he is shown against North Dakota goalie, Dudley Otto. To date the Wolverine captain has scored 18 goals. IN BIG TEN RELAYS:, Sta er Fears Mighty Indiana !i v By DAVE GOOD If Michigan…

… with Gaxiola gone, he gets help from Mike Reissing in the backstroke and Thrasher in the medley. The loss of Webster, Olympic platform diving champ, leaves the Wolverines with two veterans, Ron Jaco and…

…Corriere Captain Don Corriere, Michigan wrestling stronghold at 167-lbs., captured an individual champion- ship and massed enough points to lead the Wolverines to a third place in the holiday Wilkes Col- lege…

…- vision. * * .* In Michigan's first Big Ten dual meet held Dec. 15 at Indiana, the Wolverines won a close 16-14 deci- sion. By TOM WEBBER The Michigan basketball team is becoming a favorite from coast to…

… State). The host Wolverines made their visitors a present of the game- blowing a ten-point lead in the final two minutes to lose 70-68. Stepping Stone Case in point - Oregon State used Michigan as its…

…, disappointed its fans with two losses until it ventured upon the Wolverines. Portland survived a last-minute push by the Wolverines, won 69-63 and finished seventh in the eight- team field. Michigan, with the…

… and the Big Ten season opens Saturday. In all fairness, the Oregon State debacle was the only game the Wolverines have been completely out of this year. The fact that Michigan reserved its worst shoot…

… that we should be making. This club has to shoot around 40 per cent to do any good." Missed Shots "We worked hard to set up the shots and then missed them," he added. The Wolverines might have won the…

… with a 4-5 mark. Cindermen Compete Unattached By GEORGE WANSTALL The only action involving the Wolverine cindermen during the holidays saw them competing un- attached in a meet sponsored by the Chicago…

February 04, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

Wolverine's performance on, the parallel bars was not upbto par. Jensen and Ron Rapper both scored above 9.0, but Rodney slip- ped to an 8.35. Minnesota wasn't able to take advantage of this last opportunity…

…) pinned Truitt, taken down, but quickly worked 4:4U. I 1l WOLVERINES THIRD: Frosh Panthers Grab By BOB LEES There was excitement aplenty at yesterday's Freshman Invita- tional Wrestling Tournament - but…

… ceremonially presented the first-place trophy after the tourney by Adams, who had re- ceived it from tournament direc- for and Wolverine coaching as- sistant Rick Bay. Then the entire Pitt squad promptly picked…

… anybody. MSU had a shaky one point lead over Pitt, and Michigan was not too far behind them. But the Pan- thers had six finalists, while State could muster only four, and the, Wolverines three. When the…

… dust had cleared from the various consolation fin- als and eight of the championship matches, moreover, crowns be- longed to four Panthers, two Spartans, one Wolverine, and a Toledoan -- and Pitt and…

December 04, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 77) • Page Image 7

… 6:38 gone. Virginia Tech. The Wolverines, impatient to The Duke mentor now has five rip through Duke's zone defense, days to prepare his basketball ra n into foul trouble midway powerhouse for UCLA…

…,- Greatest Game of my Life' ing All-America Bob Verga to pull instead of a buzzer. tle fatigued man-to-man defense For sophomore guard Dave Gol- the Wolverines out of position time And, shot down by Duke…

December 04, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 65) • Page Image 6

… gymnastics meet Saturday has made coach Newt Loken optimistic about his team's chances this season, to say the least. The Wolverines, qualifying nine men, finished second to Southern Illinois - an improvement…

…, according to Loken, another Wolverine, junior Arno Lascari, would have finished second if his side horse performance had been up to par. "He has the abiliy to score an 80 in an event in which he made a 40…

…," said Loken. Michigan's other first-placer was Gary Erwin, who repeated his per- formance of last year on the trampoline. In fact, the Wolverines really cleaned up on the' tramp,1 with Fred Sanders…

… notching sec- ond place and John Hamilton pulling up in sixth. And this was in a field of no less than 40 en- trants. Most Finishers But the Wolverines fared best in floor exercise, where they placed four…

… anything to be ashamed of in tumbling either. While Hal Holmes and Rusty Mitchell, two of the coun- try's finest, copped the first two spots, Wolverines Phil Bolton and the upcoming Henderson slipped in…

December 04, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 62) • Page Image 6

… Toronto bench was given a penalty and in a subsequent argu- ment, George Hicken received a misconduct, but the Wolverines were able to get only one good shot on goal. Later in the period Michigan staved off…

… Toronto goalie,' George IDeratnay, made tremendous save -on Babcoock and John Palenstein. Captain Dale Maconald lust missed on a power play when his hard shot was barely wide.~ The Wolverines finally broke…

March 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… private sources. We depehd on the legislature to provide basic operating funds upon which 'GETS GY TICS TITL FOUR Tech Beats wolverines In Playoffs T I SEW DI 4 Allow Paper To Resume Publcation…

…, 6-4, to take the Western Collegiate Hockey Association championship back to Houghton. Four goals in the final period did it, after the Wolverines had taken a 3-2 lead on Red Beren- son's record tying…

… but noi quite enough yesterday for Michi- gan teams as the Wolverines copped four second-places anc only one championship. Coach Newt Loken's gymnasts provided the Wolverine victory at Columbus, their…

… close ones it track and wrestling. Wisconsir upset the defending champion Wolverines, 61-461/2, but Captain Ergas Leps was a double winnex in the mile and 880-yd run. Rod Denhart in the pole vault and…

…- ciation playoff finals, 6-4, to also finish second. In basketball, the Wolverines easily downed Northwestern 82- 71 at Yost Field House. Gymnasts Win Conference Championshi By JAN WINKELMAN Special To The…

February 04, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… maternal Schellhase (who wouldn't think of weaning the ball) than with him. And the Wolverines, 7-8 on the year, are giant-killers are Yost. So ... ... there's hope of an action- line. "It's going to a…

…'re scheduled to meet the Wolverines today in Pennsyl- vania. Pittburgh had a meet with Cornell Wednesday night. The spokesman reasoned, "It snowed in New York and people can get snow-bound for days. That's where…

December 04, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

… OKUENT It turned into a mismatch. We Just have tfa ce it. Michigan ha tem abette team" Sospoke Ted aki, the disil- Ontario's W a t e r1 aouhera to the Wolverine ices last night, "We like to look at the…

…"' line, the Blue out- the Wolverines got off to a quick are on deck, and Strack is selling stripped the visiting Canadians in 1-0 lead. Koviak registered his no one short. The Falcons from all categories…

…-kbysihle Micigno 9-4 sDonny As whil the emwsB If Lea acoute fo fur f he victory last night over Waterloo with two assists in a non- ashrstegth. Game time for Michigan's Wolverine goals, two by Koviak conference…

…) ter nGegPgwlletn The Wolverines probably got a Wood (illegal check) 11:25, M -- 13:51, M-Ullyot (Lucier, Henderson) to the nets tonight in the Wateir- later- look at Warren Scholler's five Thompson…

… RUSSELL picks up two of his 29 points against Tennessee with one of the Wolverines' comparatively few layups, as the Vols effectively plugged up the middle with a good defense. It is expected that the Blue…

April 04, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

… North Carolina A. C.'s Thomp- Wolverines earned five first-places son Mann took his second back- and snapped four meet records stroke title with a clocking' of at the South Carolina Relays. :52.5 for the…

Wolverines outdoor sea- by Bartsch of Michigan, with a ' :54.7. No point totals were kept for In the 100-yard butterfly, Luis the meet, but the Michigan thin- Nicolao of the Santa Clara Swim clads tied…

… record in addition to breaking the old meet mark. This was the third time within the last month the Wolverine junior, the best pole vaulter in Michigan's history, cracked the 15-foot barrier. Ted Benedict…

Wolverines. Heaving the shot 54'7" for a meet record, Jack Harvey placed, first to gain the other Michigan victory. Summer Sublet $49 per month 4-mon opt. 326 E. Madison I Apt. 6 2 bedrooms, fully carpeted…

November 04, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… the tropical valley of Beni. TOUCHDOWN TWINS-Wolverine halfbacks Dave Raimey (19) and Bennie McRae (43) will see plenty of action this afternoon against the Duke Blue Devils. Raimey currently leads the…

… Atlantic Leaders Hope for Repeat Of 31-6 Victory Over Southerners By MIKE BURNS Sports Editor Hoping for their second come- back of the season, the Michigan Wolverines take on the Atlantic Coast Conference…

… over Arkan- sas, 7-6. Normally, the Wolverines would not be too concerned about the Blue Devils. Their easy victory over the highly-touted Southerners last season and a weight advan- tage for the 'M…

…' linemen might lead to a false sense of overcon- fidence. But Michigan faces two prob- lems: injuries and morale. In the first department, tackle Jon Schopf, 230-lb. mainstay of the Wolverine interior line…

…, suffered a slight shoulder separation against Minnesota and wil be unavailable for Coach Bump Elliott's squad. See WOLVERINES, Page 6 U.S. Borrows Swiss Francs To Aid Dollar WASHINGTON ()-The Treas- ury…

March 04, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

… Big Ten records toppled as the two giants fought it out. Stager Gambles Wolverine Coach Gus Stager stacked his deck in a calculated gamble to win the relay and gain 15 precious points. Stager pulled…

… one's surprise, Michigan seems well on its way to winning its third con- secutive Big Ten, indoor track championship here today.' Last night the Wolverines domi- nated the preliminaries by quali- fying…

…- ifiers. The Wolverines hold the upper hand at this point, however. In addition to their five-point lead, they qualified higher than the Il- lini i nmany events, and if posi- tions remain as they now stand…

… the first and tenth place qualifiers.' Montpetit was by far the day's outstanding all-around performer. The Wolverine senior overwhelm- ed Hadley, 551-535.75, in the all- events while qualifying at…

… least fourth in the five events in which he competed. Wolverine Jim Hynds was third in all-events with 495 points. The all-events includes free ex- ercise, side horse, high bar, par- allel bars, still…

April 04, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 153) • Page Image 7

…, who has a 1-0 record with a 1.29 ERA. He also wields a mean wedge, currently swatting at .250. Michigan's pitching this year is very strong. and the Wolverines will be using two or three pitch- ers. The…

… been tough- the probable starters are Bob er than last year." White, Jim Perry, and Dan God- And the Wolverine fans hope by. White, a .310 hitter this year, their stalwarts will provide even is much…

… undiplomatically scored three goals in the first five min- utes of play. The battle song of "The Victors" seemed like wishful thinking at times, for, though the Wolverine club was full of spirit, organization was in…

May 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… number two singles play. Now the number one man, Boatman was dropped last spring in the Michigan-Illinois meet there by the Wolverines big racquetman, Ray Senkowski, 6-3, 6-0. Boatman will play Senkowski…

…, each 5-1. Both could give the Wolverines a tough fight. Coach Murphy * has had his squad going full bore in the three practices this week in anticipation of the tough Indiana crew., Finish Third The high…

November 04, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 55) • Page Image 9

… Michigan Golf Coach Bert Katzenmeyer worked all yesterday with the ground crews in clearing the stands and playing field for the Wolverines' game with the Illini tomorrow. The unprecedented white torna- do…

… has also put a crimp into Wolverine Head Coach Bump El- liott's practice plans. Elliott has sent his team to the shelter of Yost Field House for the last two' practices. When asked whether the indoor…

February 04, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

…. Erwin, Hamilton and, Becomes M' SCAZZIE PACES ASSAULT: G 1Wolverines Threaten Marks C4 I Sanders was the order. It was Gary's second consecutive national title. One-Team Show This intersquad…

… be swept off the books. Michigan is leading the assault on the conference. Averaging 96.6 points per game in five conference outings, the Wolverines are in good position to erase the Big Ten scoring…

April 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 134) • Page Image 5

…, 3200 SAB, 665-1511, Ext. 3547. SUIMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: Wolverine Boys' State-East Lansing, Mich. Positions open for counselors be- ginning Tues., June 12, at 5 p.m. thru Thurs., June 21, 6 p.m. $60 for…

… session plus room and board. Come to Summer Placement for interviews. Wolverine Girls' State-Ann Arbor, Mich. Positions open for counselors be- ginning Mon., June 18, through Fri., June -29. $50 for session…

March 04, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… the 200-yard individual medley leave the starting blocks at the start of the race last night. Inset (left) shows Fred Wolf of Michigan, the eventual winner. Wolf's victory gave the Wolverines seven…

… points in the three-day Big Ten championship meet. The Wolverines trail Indiana In the meet, 22-16. Eli Wolf Wins, but Michigan Trails! By HAL APPLEBAUM Michigan and Indiana each won a final event, but…

December 04, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 79) • Page Image 7

… shoots well off a "If we'd taken Rod Ford, Rich screen." Carter, and Dan Fife out we would Bennington said the South- have been in trouble." western offensive weave caused The Wolverines have several some…

… students, is expected to add a lot to the Wolverine attack this year as he did Monday night by scoring 12 points. Other newscomers who will play a lot for the Wolverine varsity are starting sophomore guard…

November 04, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 57) • Page Image 6

…, but in total offense in the country, his teammates have helped his nd first place in rushing of- effectiveness by gaining 4.64 yards fense. The Wolverines' powerful on each rushing effort this sea…

…- completions for ad. 677 percent- fense the Wolverines are third age and 1,966 yards-an average with 2,294 yards in six games. of 327.7 a game-and 22 touch- downs The major college full season records are 199…

December 04, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…-2 victory by the t travel as tourists and need a pay-i ing job to cover their expenses Wolverines. Michigan outshot the Golden Hawks on the way to their fourth straight victory without a defeat. Mel…

… Wakabayashi while in Europe, find this program and Bob Baird led the scoring with two points apiece as six different Wolverines netted goals. (See story on Page 6.) essential," says Francis K. Gor…

December 04, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 79) • Page Image 5

…. Send them a souvenir of your trip. TOURNA- MENT OF ROSES seat cushions at your favorite bookstore and the P- Bell. ONLY ONE DOLLAR F29 WANTED TO SELL-Plane ticket to NYC on Wolverine flight-one, way only…

… at PERSONAL WRITE LETTERS to the Editor - Debbie's lonely! P28 WANTED TO SELL-Plane ticket to NYC on Wolverine flight-one way only, leaves Dec. '22-$24. Call Syd, 665-3259, incl. transportation to air…

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…

March 04, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 107) • Page Image 5

… cagers throughout the season, may help the Wolverines emerge from the Conference cellar this weekend as they host Minnesota and Illinois. Today's game with'the Gophers starts at 4:30 p.m. at Yost Field…

… Tidwell. -Daily-David. Giltrow TIDWELL GETS SET-Michigan captain John Tidwell gets in position to take his favorite jump shot from the foul line, as Tom Cole (31) races up court in the Wolverines' lone Big…

May 04, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

… third last year, completed his rou- tines with a total score of 46.7C to defeat the top trampolinists of eight countries. The Wolverine sophomore had already taken the Big Ten, Mid- Eastern, and NCAA…

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