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December 04, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 72) • Page Image 7

…- full court PRESS Baxter excels... Wokerines triumph By HENRY ENGLEHARDT Special to The Daily NEW YORK D AVE BAXTER'S butter-luscious jumpers woke up a woozy bunch of Wolverines in the second half…

… out on him which leaves someone else open. This is when we work best." The first ten minutes of the second half Michigan really was at its best. Fordham, unlike EMU, didn't let the Wolverines have their…

… 20 points, and freshman Johnny Johnson who sank 18. Johnson, the first half's only tasty Wolverine morsel, scored eleven points after he replaced Tom Staton with 12:33 left. The Wolverines stayed alive…

… missed those free throws we would have lost," Baxter said. The senior from Detroit's Lutheran West was not the only Wolverine who missed a lot of free throws. Michigan sank 19 of 37 (51%) from the charity…

…%. WHAT WAS the problem? "Lack of concentration, and like we didn't get to practice here at all," Baxter said. The Wolverines had a variety of other problems in the first half, including poor field goal…

… time," Orr added. "We let them take it to us, and in the second half we took it to them," said Baxter. Michigan came out shooting in the second half. The Wolverines closed the Rams' eight point lead to…

… turnovers." Several of those turnovers came when the Wolverines attacked with their full court press that comes after completed free throws. Fordham turned the ball over six times, and Michigan scored six…

… Ryan. Thompson sank the third point of the play, putting the Wolverines or top for good, 48-46. This play, preceded by a Baxter bucket was part of a 13-point barrage by the Wolverines. Fordham led 46…

… Periods MICHIGAN ....................... 29 Fordham............................ 37 48 - 77 25 -62 PALMER LEADS SWEEP: Wolverines wall( By PAUL CAMPBELL Rick Palmer's unofficial comeback was officia…

April 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 147) • Page Image 9

…. Three} Wolverine recruits have also indicated they will not attend Michigan "for ft gymnastic purposes" if the two coaches fail to return next winter. I just can't subject myself to that two years in a…

…, an inexperien- ced running duo, and a big question mark at quarterback. Leading the Wolverines in their passing game will be senior wingback Ralph Clayton. Clayton, a bonafide All- American candidate…

… coordinator Don Nehlen. "This year we may run our plays in with our wide receivers." Last season the Wolverines alternated their tight ends for this purpose. The ball carriers for the Blue are returning letter…

… the offense appears to be the quarterback position. With the departure of Rick Leach the Wolverines are faced with the task of finding a quarterback for the first spring in three years. "We're giving…

… time. B.J. has the edge right now. He has more experien- ce and has done well this spring," said Nehlen. IT MAY APPEAR that the Wolverines are looking to pass more next year based on the returning…

… ability to run and pass-in that order-to win," em- phasized Nehlen. This has been the familiar Wolverine battle cry, but some of the grind 'em out attitude is fading. "Anybody that plays Michigan will" have…

… passing team?" The key word for the 1979 Wolverines is speed. The Wolverines are again looking at speed over power, and with' the players available that seems to be the only choice. "Clayton, Feaster…

… washed out yesterday's season opener at Toledo. But hopefully good luck will shine the Wolverines way today for their first home game of the season. With a little help from Mr. Sun, the batsmen will face…

… the weather holds out, the Wolverines will snap a streak of 24 days sin- ce their last baseball game as they open up the northern half of their season with a doubleheader against the Toledo Rockets this…

… afternoon at Fisher Stadium. STahe two games will be the first action for Michigan since March 10th, when the Wolverines concluded their 4-4 spring trip by losing 7-1 to Florida. Southern. And since then…

March 04, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 132) • Page Image 7

… to stop this dynasty is Michigan. The Wolverines were soundly beaten in a dual meet on Jan- uary 31, 76-47, at Indiana. In that meet, Ann Arbor's local tankers swam well, but they were obviously…

… outmanned. "INDIANA LOOKS superlative," com- mented Wolverine coach Gus Stager. "In a championship, swimmers are allowed three events plus relays, which helps them that much more." Stager was referring to…

… Indiana's depth-amazing compared to any of the other Big Ten teams. As for the Wolverines, Stager said, "We look pretty good. We've been tapering, so we don't really know where we are at. Tapering…

…," explained Stager, "is where you rest up for the meet. You work real hard about up to ten days before the meet, then you rest off." Although the Wolverines are looking for a shot at knocking off the Hoosiers…

… perform- ances out of their team since they got beat by Southern Illinois. That shouldn't have happened," Stager added. The Wolverines knocked off Southern I1- linois 65-48. "The loss to Southern Illinois…

… upsets Indiana or if Wisconsin knocks off the Wolverines, the key to the win will probably come from where the teams place their lead- ing performers such as Gordon Downie, Tom Szuba, Alan ' McClatchey and…

Wolverines meet Central Michigan today in the first round. Although the Chippewas are an unimpressive 8-10 on the year, they field a strong team. The top individual on Central is 5'11" sopho- more center Gina…

…. The first time Michigan squeezed out a 55-54 win in the finals of the Can-Am tournament in Windsor. THE WOLVERINES won the second meet- ing 69-59, but Michigan Coach Carmel Bor- reds said the victory…

… winter the golf- laxing next week, the Wolverine ers practice hitting balls into Tourney bound cagers ... golf squad will be in West Palm ~ nets in the clubhouse basement.) Beach, Florida, striving to…

… be the third straight journey to the national tourney for Michigan in the Cape Coral in- Though last year Michigan: Van Tongeren conceded, how- the Wolverines. The only other time Michigan has gone…

November 04, 1972 (vol. 83, iss. 51) • Page Image 11

… nationally in rushing offense.i gle between the Indiana receivers (24) WUOM, 91.7 FM. Simply by reason of the fact that and the Wolverine defensive backs. (73) mediocre teams such as Indiana Much has been…

… story of the Hoosiers and the mentor, has said, "We feel very only 48 yards through the air. (83) wolves. strongly that we must improve in x Dave Brown, Roy Burks, and Barry 9) The Wolverines of Michigan…

… (4.. the next few weeks if we are to Dotzauer of the Wolverine se> 0), yes they were the cleverly de- do well in the last two ball ondary have performed masterful..(30) scribed wolves of the foregoing…

… before the future un- holds the league lead in intercep- with the Indiana Hoosiers, now 2- folds, and so for the Wolverines, tions. They must contain Indiana 2, despite the, loss of fullback Ed Bo foremost…

… losing. Wolverine regulars such as de- (71) ana Hoosiers riddled to the core, Statistical compliations demon- Indiana possess talent but it has fensive tackle Fred Grambau and (39) loomington. If Tom Kee…

May 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 3) • Page Image 23

…sports of the DAILY Netters on the road The ten-time defending Big Ten men's tennis champion Michigan Wolverines move into the final weekend of dual matches versus conference rivals when they visit…

… Ohio State today and Indiana tomorrow. The Wolverines are currently 6-1 in the league, second to Wisconsin. Ohio State is close behind the two leaders. Against the Buckeyes, Michigan coach Brian Eisner…

April 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 146) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 4, 1978-Page 11 FA CE WMU TODAY IN SEASON OPENER: Experienced Wolverine '9' By BILLY SAHN Batter up! Spring is here; it's time for the lumber to start a swingin…

… over spring break where they compiled a 6-5 record. "We have the potential to be a very fine team," says the Wolverine coach who managed Michigan to Big Ten honors in 1975 and 1976. Last year, Michigan…

… improvement however, if he hits like he did in Florida. Capoferi batted .360, second best to Leach's .395. TO ROUND OUT this year's Michigan nine, the Wolverines are expected to have a solid pitching staff…

… with my set line-up. I'm not much of a substituter," said the Wolverine coach. Thus, the line-up for this year's baseball team is fairly well set. As for the competition this year, Benedict feels that…

… travel to Champaign, Illinois and trounce the Fighting Illini. by a lopsided 13-4 count. The game was supposed to be a ster- ner test than the Wolverines have had in recent weeks. The fact that the score…

… attacker Chris Phillips led all Wolverine scorers for the third straight game with five goals and an assist. Bobby Gordon was second with two goals and two assists, and Bobby Fleischman contributed a goal…

February 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

… but seven of them coming in the second half. The Wolverines went into the bonus at the 13:12 mark of the second half, and received 15 opportunities to shoot one-and-one. Of these, Michigan missed the…

… front end of the bonus four times and a total of nine charity tosses off the bonus. There was no reason for the Illini to be in the game as long as they were. With all the opportunities the Wolverines

September 04, 1975 • Page Image 57

… in the Big Ten.tourna- ment, second in the NCAA tournament in 1974, tied for 12th this past season, and also finished first and fourth in Big Ten dual meet competi- tion. The Wolverines have sported…

…, Johannesen and Jen- kins recruited from every weight class. (Ex- cept 177 where junior Mark Johnson holds down the position solidly after his fourth place finish in the Big Ten last year.) The Wolverines prize…

… finish would earn some respect for the Wolverine golf program and a trip to the NCAA tournament later at Co- lumbus. By the way, Newcombe hoped for a second in the Big Tens as ever-strong Indiana hosted…

… Northern Inter- collegiate (NIGT), the Bronco and the Spartan Invitational. Nevertheless, captain McPar- Ian averaged 76.3 for the year and was the bright spot for the Wolverines most of the way. But it was…

…' S: Success A tra dition I Wolverines to follow. A few of are Ann Arborite Jamel Fak- the phenomenal accomplish- houry and Higman. Vaulting ments last season include Lok- prospectives include…

… Arbor native Do- like success and with many of rian Deaver. "He does a great last year's squad members re- turning, the Wolverines should r ..............<:.:: :::>:: be tough," said Loken. "We will…

… willbe they dominated byI expected to add much needed members of the team depth to the squad. t/On. NEW WOLVERINE gymnasts will have the chance to prove themselves in the coming year, as Michigan faces…

… perhaps itst toughest schedule in many years. Besides the customary Windy City and Midwest tournaments at the beginning of the season, the Wolverines will host Big' Ten opponents Minnesota, Indi- ana and…

May 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 2) • Page Image 19

… wildly to first pulling Bob Wasilewski off the bag. Owens received an error on the play. Freshman Mark Clinton made his first start for the Wolverines in the first game, and received relief help from first…

…-year man Mike Thomas in whitewashing Notre Dame in the opening game 4-0. The two limited the weak-hitting Irish to only four hits while the Wolverines decided the contest with a three-run outburst in the…

May 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 3) • Page Image 19

… competing for the Wolverines. "We have no recruits coming now," said Ocker, who acted as Athletic Department spokesman during negotiations. "We still have a couple who we're in- terested in, and we may have a…

…, have said academic commitments may prevent them from competing in their senior years. One Wolverine gymnast has already made her departure official. Colleen Forrestel, the state's top vaulter this year…

… Theresa Gardocki, a den- tal-student who missed the Wolverines' twinbill loss to the Chippewa nine earlier this season due to academic commitments, snatched her 12th win against no losses for this season…

May 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 3) • Page Image 21

… Mets got their final run in the fif- th on a bunt single by Lee Mazzilli, a walk to Montanez and Kranepool's RBI single to right. WAITERS WOLVERINES' LAST HOPE Cage recruiting slows By GEOFF LARCOM…

…." Thus Johnny Orr and Frieder have eschewed opportunities to sign guards and forwards in hope of landing that elusive big man-a basketball catch that has eluded the Wolverines for quite some time. The two…

February 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan FACE SECOND LEAGUE LEADER IN THREE NIGHTS: Daily-Saturday, February 4, 1978-Page 7 Wolverines high, seek vengeful victor y By PAVE RENBARGER good part of the nation will be looking h…

… crucial victory. Today, the resilient Wolverine cagers face a challenge of the oppo- site nature -- needing to descend from the heavens and play basketball less than 48 hours after one of the most…

… rematch with the Purdue Boilermakers this after- noon at 4:05. THE SECOND-PLACE Wolverines (6-3) have hopes of knocking Purdue (7-2) out of its share of first, and could possibly grab a third of the lead…

…-game build-up adding to the importance of the game, it seems a trifle strange that the Wolverines should be ripe for a letdown. But that is precisely what Orr is most fearful of, given the emotional high his…

… coach nas more on his mind than the psy- chological aspects of the encounter. Physically, the Boilermakers are one of the most imposing teams in the league, clearly intimidating the smaller Wolverines in…

…," continued Orr, recalling the second most pitiful statistic of the previous meeting as Michigan was awarded but one free throw. By far the most pitiful stat of the game had to be the Wolverines' 37.6 per cent…

… field goal accuracy.vThat kind of percentage will have to improve for Michigan to return home a winner. The Wolverines, however, seemed to regain their touch at MSU, hitting at a 54.5 per cent clip. "I…

… of shut-eye with the nightmare season the Michigan icers are currently sleeping through. The slumbering Wolverines were dealt their 10th defeat in their last 11 conference games last night, as the…

… competition badly," remarked the Wolverine's coach. "The competition will tell us where we are and what our practices have done for us. And, no doubt about it, Indiana is competitive." Competitive they are and…

… the Wolverines this season and it raised their record to 8-12-1 in the league as compared to Michigan at 10-13. Both teams, will lace up the skates for the second game in the weekend series tonight at…

March 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 128) • Page Image 8

… will be inithe playoffs in the first round starting March 9 at Yost. The Wolverines will have a lot to say about that as they en- gage in a home and home series with Michigan State, the first game to be…

… as high as seventh. MSU and Michigan met twice before, in late Decem- ber, and the Spartans surpris- ed the Wolverines by the scores of 7-5 and 6-5 in over- time. But Michigan was just begin- ning its…

… streak and would like nothing better than to avenge the two earlier losses to State. While MSU will be trying to stay alive in the WCHA, it will have to contend with the revitalized Wolverine scoring…

… racked up seven points least 20 games in a season for against Duluth to stay close the third time in a row . . . the to Notre Dame's Brian Walsh. Wolverines need one point to Walsh's record is 27…

… Big Ten team, to defeat the Wolverines this year looms as the favored team. Loken also exnects Illi- nois and Indiana to fight for the too snot. While most of us are vaca- tioning durine spring break…

… its credit, opens its 1977 schedule Fri- day at Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, Florida, in the first of 12 games on their annual spring trip to Tiger- town. The Wolverines will meet Iowa State of the Big…

December 04, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 71) • Page Image 9

…, coached by Dick Honig, runs off Arena today to try and elbow the High scorer for the Broncos was of a stack offense and often em- Wolverines' baby maplemen. Charles Milliner, a 6-7 forward' ploys a zone…

… only other Wolverine in wood, double figures. He hit on five of The Frosh are coached by for- eight from the field for 12 points BOGA T mr~rnco layr i pe while he pulled down 12 rebounds…

… stater in high school. and four rebounds, and center C. ________________________ The Baby Wolverines, fresh j. Kupec, who totaled six points with five rebounds. .; t Z 1 --Associated Press A little tray…

…, Avogadro's number, and Michi- gan's dominance of Big Ten gymnastics. In the last twelve years, the flying Wolverines Ehave captured eleven Big Ten titles. S This year Newt Loken's boys jlook as strong as…

… Activities Bldg. E-7460 ances last weekend in th, Mid West Invitational, their role as favorites is well deserve-d. The Wolverines are strong in every event with Ted Marti and Ray Gura providing extra punch…

… Bernie Fernandez of Indiana are conference power houses that will try to beat Mike Sale of Michigan, who last year finished third in the Big Ten. This meet should go faster for the Wolverines than their…

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

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

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

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

February 04, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

… consecutive WCHA series- Wolverines, however, did lose beat Tech twice in Houghton. this time to Minnesota-Duluth- ground in their quest for one of Else'where, Wisconsin edged last weekend. the top four…

… positions and the North Dakota 8-7 Friday night, The Wolverines exploded for home ice playoff advantage. and tied the Fighting Sioux 2-2 six goals in the third period of "Duluth just fell apart in the on…

… peppered t D~uluth goalie Rick Heinz with 28 shots on goal during that s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p e r i o d . P a t H u g h e s a c c o u n t e do s WCHA Standings for two Wolverine

November 04, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 52) • Page Image 10

… night at Yost Arena, the hard- hitting, aggressive, although choppy, Wolverines roughed their way to a 3-2 victory over the slick-passing, swift- skating Minnesota Golden Gophers. The victory completed a…

… far. Although Minnesota took the play to the Wolverines much of the night, they refused to give in to the pressure. "We played very well, solid all the way around," said Farrell. "Everybody played well…

… -race favorite Jim Stinzi of Wisconsin was barely edged out for the individual title by Ohio State's Steve Crane, 23:27.9 to 23:29.0 for the eight-kilometer course. Wolverine Dan Heikkinen placed a close…

…." Wolverine freshman Brian Diemer ran a poised race to finish tenth overall in 24:04. "He ran very well; he was the first freshman to finish," noted Warhurst. By finishing in the top five, Michigan qualified…

May 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 2) • Page Image 20

… Michigan's Mark Donahue was the only Wolverine selected in yesterday's continuance of the NFL player draft. The Michigan All-American guard National League Los Angeles 9,. Chicago5 New York at Atlanta…

…-0 yesterday. The win gave the .Eisner made an interesting move by starting Matt Horwit- Wolverines a perfect home record of 10-0 in the 1978 season, ch at first singles and Jeff Etterbeek (who normally holds…

… fuill three sets, and the Wolverines wrapped up the victory NCAA spot throug individual achievements instead of relying before the final singles event was completed. on gaining it by way of a team…

… Little Sisters of the Poor. "They the Big Ten tournament. Michigan is second in that category to won the Division III National Championships two years ago Wisconsin, the only team to defeat the Wolverines

February 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…Friday, February 4, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Friday, February 4, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven full court Pinss GREEN SPURS WOLVERINES, 89-84 Blue free throws thwart…

… it all last night when the Wolverines needed Michigan took , the lead five it. When Michigan fell behind by six near the end of the first minutes into the second half on half, Green had the key steals…

April 04, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 150) • Page Image 9

… hometown crowd, the Wolverines were for all practical purposes through Thurs- day afternoon while they were still in classes or at work. For it was in the compulsories the first afternoon of the…

… try to make up an almost insurmountable deficit. The guys didn't give up though, they still did a great job Friday afternoon." The Wolverines were the leading point gatherers in the Friday afternoon…

… excellent gymnasts and we at Michigan have a huge task ahead of us to try to be in next year's NCAA's." While the Wolverine camp was puzzling over their poor showing, those in the camp of the Iowa State…

… to improve, the Wolverines will be well on their way to filling the vacancy created by the graduation of Ron Rapper last year. Dick Kaziny, who was the only Wolverine to make the individual finals and…

December 04, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

… as the Wolverines ran roughshod over the defending Mid- American Conference co-champion Chippewas in posting a convincing 96-78 triumph before a Crisler crowd of 9,732. Michigan broke away from a six…

… game rebounding honors with 13. Johnny Orr, the dean of Big Ten coaches, didn't expect his Wolverines to have an easy time with Central Michigan, which upset the University of Detroit, 72-70 in Mt…

… members on the team, including Heisman winner Charles White. Michigan linebacker Ron Simpkins also was named to the first team, while Wolverine tackle Curtis Greer was named to the second team. Guard John…

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 04, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 71) • Page Image 11

… to steal the puck and score the winning goal' in a dramatic come-from-behind 6-5 Wolverine victory. "I got excited so I decided to stay on the ice," a happy Gagnon said after the game, "I had mo…

…." The Wolverines did just that as they proceeded to score two goals in two minutes to tie the game at 4-4. The first goal was a strange one, as Gagnon took a shot from the right side that Tomasoni…

… the net allowing Irish NIGHT EDITOR: scores. JOHN PAPANEK The Wolverines had taken an early 1-0 lead when Bucky Straub . nescored on a power play with only a nightmare for the Wolverines as. 3:28 gn…

… Freshman Pat Donnelly picked up But then, reported a smiling Ren- and the rejuvenated Wolverines a deflected shot from Gagnon with frew, "from the middle of the took life and quickly tied it up. 11:20 gone…

… season the- Wolverine track team shows signs of greatly improving upon last season's dis- appointing eighth place finish., . Sparked by mid-season form performances from^ tseveral of the veterans, the team…

… Notre Dame goalie Dick Tomasoni clears it from the side of the net in last night's match with the Irish. The Wolverines who won 6-5 in overtime, finish their series with the Irish tonight. in 10PMSlst 1r…

December 04, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 71) • Page Image 10

… Eldon Miller, the man most respon- sible for this turnabout, hopes to establish a winning tradi- tion at Western and would like nothing better than to defeat the highly - touted Wolverines. That being the…

… pro- bably see action also. Forwards Henry Wilmore, a 21-point scorer at Notre Dame, and John Lockard will join center Ernie Johnson to form the Wolverine front line. Lock- ard made Orr a happy man…

… Gary Novak in Wednesday night's 101-83 victory over the Irish. Hammerin' Hank will lead the Wolverines in their first home game tomorrow at 2 p.m. against Western Michigan. f TWAI DUCES BED…

February 04, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

… Daily BLOOMINGTON-Johnny Orr I shook up his lineup and tried to put new life into his Wolverines last night, but the top-ranked' r Indiana Hoosiers didn't notice NIGHT EDITOR1 as they registered an impres…

… a national championship will be disap- pointing," one fan remarked. The people of Bloomington have discovered, just as the Wolverines found out last night in their 74-48 ls, that their Hoosiers are…

… 2 0 0 4 3 3 4 4 3 a 0 1 2 a 1 0 0 0 13i 11 1 18 2 4 AP Photo 74 INDIANA'S MIGHTY QUINN Buckner sails to the hoop over 48 sprawled Wolverine Joe Johnson. In like manner, the Hoosier team flew by the…

February 04, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

Wolverines. The Falcons 7-6 in a non-league en- brightest was the play of the counter last night at Yost Ice Bill Thayer - Dan Cormier - Arena. Dan Hoene line. They ac- After two periods the game counted for…

… slap shot to re- saw only about three minutes of establish a two goal advantage ice time, the return of the pop- for Michigan. ular winger is bound to help' Newton got a rebound 'goal the Wolverines in…

… playt in the WCHA and do fairly well," observed Wolverine wing Ben Kawa. "But I know that we're better than them." Mason feels his team would fare well in the WCHA. "We tried to play down the inter…

… the Wolverines hung on to beat Bowling Green 7-6. Women cagers beaten. BG-Sarachman M-Palmer Attendance: 3310 10 17 10 14 3 Tot. 11 38 5 29 by big Broncos, By HENRY ENGELHARDT and MB DILLONl…

… > 12 steals, but hit. on only 29 ofI 73 shots for a 39.7 shooting per- centage. The Wolverines will be back in action this weekend at Chai- paign, Illinois. Borders expects tough competition in the tour…

November 04, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 50) • Page Image 13

… deciding factor in the final standings. series. Sen Michigan placed third in the WCHA with 40 points, one the WCHA behind the second place Irish. against av But the top-ranked Wolverines (3-1 on the season…

… ight's game, and tomorrow's goalie has yet to be d. *-game suspension of sophomore Dan Lerg for a onduct incurred against Denver has necessi- change for the Wolverines. All-American Dave ake Lerg's spot…

March 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

… of stubborn Illini in the first half. WITH 11 /2 MINUTES remain- ing in the first stanza and Michigan up by one, Illinois out- scored the Wolverines 14-4 in a four-minute span to take a nine- point…

… lead. With the momentum flowing for the orange and black, Rick- ey Green was tripped, injuring his hip, and left the game with 6:17 remaining in the first half. The Wolverines refused to fold though, and…

March 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 128) • Page Image 9

… preseason accolades bestowed upon it. And Michigan didn't do it with another cheap victory either. With 6:17 left in the first half, Illinois led the Wolverines1 32-23, and it looked like a typical Michigan…

… Attendance: 10,524 Downie sets conference mark as tankers splash in tourney By DAN PERRIN Special To The Daily EAST LANSING - Michigan senior Gordon Downie started the Wolverines off on the right track last…

… free for the past three years. I wanted to win it tonight, not only for myself, but I also wanted to start the team off on the right track," he said. Fired up Wolverine freshman Kevin Morgan showed that…

February 04, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… possible home points College fox two four-point WCHA and 18 road points. Tech has a games, one tonight and one to- schedule equal to that of Michi- morrow night. Two Wolverine vic- gan's for the rest of the…

… team gave against the Spartan matmen carried them to victory. In Mc- Closkey's words, "We're really not that great; only the kids haven't found out yet." Hopefully, the Wolverine matmen help them see the…

… light. A crowd of between four and five thousand is expected at Iowa: Fieldhouse for the showdown. In the other match this week- end, the Wolverines will go to the scene of last week's riot at the TERM…

December 04, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

… assaulted a Salvation Army bell ringer on a stree corner. Is there no respect? L.A. police arrest "S trangl er"suspet Draw yourself to fame across the chests of the Wolverine Fans in. . ROSE BOWL T SHI RT…

… DESG CONTEST Design an original emblem, cartoon or drawing incorporating the theme of the Wolverines' upcoming Rose Bowl bout. - FIRST PRIZE Dinner for two at Win Schuler's, one of Ann Arbor…

June 04, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 20) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 4, 19751 FLYERS DRAFT MORRISON IN 5th Can adians tab S " Hughes Rightwingers Pat Hughes and Gary Morrison were the first two Michigan Wolverines

… before I did," he said. "They called to tell me the news." REPORTS received last night indicated that Wolverines Doug Lindskog and John McCahill were also drafted but by whom and in what rounds was not…

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

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

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

December 04, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 73) • Page Image 8

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, December 4, 197 __________DEKERS AT CROSSROADS Tech icers buy Wolverines By BRIAN DEMING The honeymoon is over for the dekers of Michigan. Blessed at the onset…

… of the season with a new coach, new home, and an abun- dance of new talent, the squad overcame last year's reputation and this year's inexperience and met with surprising success. The Wolverines

… Zuke demonstrated the scoring punch of the Huskies contributing four goals and one assist. The Wolverine defense couldn't keep Zuke and company out of the lethal slot in front of the Michigan goal. Six…

… misleading. The Wolverines skat-Dotimely ddiionst the squmadteash ed furiously from the onset, de- Doncufekioins the fotalaenth termined to atone for the previous cnlso ftefobl esn night's fiasco, and…

February 04, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…," remarked Michigan State coach Amo Bes- sone. "They weren't really con- centrating on skating." The stats bore him out. (19 penalties were called in -all.) Wolverine goalie Robbie Moore, on the other hand…

….0 give State the quick lead with his points and Monty Falb woke up first of two goals. the Crisler crowd with his out- Roy Ashworth tied it up for the standing 9.4 performance on the Wolverines eight…

… minutes later rings, 'the highest score of the with his first of two on a play meet. which featured some pretty fancy The Wolverines captured every skating by center Randy Neal. event but the floor exercise…

… high bar, the event that (roughing) 17:01; 18. M - Fox (rough- spelled Michigan's doom last year ing) 17:01; 19. M - Trudeau (holding) against Iowa, the Wolverines turn- 18:15. 1 2 ' 3 Tot ed in some of…

April 04, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

… - A super- lative performance in the last three events offset a subpar be- gining and sent the Michigan gymnastics team into today's NCAA finals. The Wolverines got a 9.5 from Ron Rapper on the parallel…

… place them 0.9 ahead of the Salukis and within .05 of Temple. Then, on the horizontal bar, Michigan let go with 27.65, lead by Ed Howard's 9.3 and Ted Mar- ti's 9.2. All four Wolverine per- formers scored…

… in second at 105.7, while Hide Yueshita of Washington was third with a 104.75. Michigan entry,. Rick Mc- Curdy, tied for seventh with Iowa's Rick Scorza at 101.50. Wolverine coach Newt Loken said…

Wolverine's George Huntzicker captured the title by downing New Mexico's Stormy Eaton in the finals of the double elimination tournament. The two had beaten each other, and the final head to head…

April 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 146) • Page Image 10

… gear, as we take a look at the Wolverine sports schedule for the week of April 4-10. Baseball With a lot of cooperation from Mother Nature, Michigan's baseball team will be by far the busiest squad…

… Rockets come to town, and then the Wolverines engage in a home-and-home with another Ohio club-Bowling Green. On Friday the Blue '9' will be the visitors before coming back the next day to host the Falcons…

May 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

… may play either for- ward or guard for the Wolverines, has a three year total of 1,595 points, which averages out to 23.4 points per game. Yet, he only played in 19 games his sophomore year, scor- ing…

… lead at 8:19 of the first period. Debol skated in alone to ig- nite the red light for the first time in the contest. Deebs, as his Wolverine teammates call him, led the WCHA in scoring this year with 71…

April 04, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… the crowd, 6-6' Mike Nowacki. For a man with only two years of formalized thinclad experi- ence, Nowacki has chalked up quite an impressive '73 season. During indoor competition, the Wolverine grabbed…

… rescheduled for this afternoon at 2 p.m. Pete Helt and Art "Ace" Adams go on the hill for the Wolverines, opposed by EMU's Woody Mills and Terry Harrison. Cleveland, St. Louis' chunky right-hander, hurled a…

December 04, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

…, an Edmonton, Al- berta junior was only slightly more adequate at 4.6. This year the two have combined for an average ofI 6.2. The Wolverines who bring a 1-1 league record into the series hope to…

… has split the Wolverines in scoring with five up his number one line of last sea- goals and six assists. son to make three lines which all ........:°z- a::::".. . are scoring threats. . "We have a good…

June 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 23) • Page Image 12

Wolverines failed to qualify for today's fi- nals in either of the two events in which they competed. In yesterday's 400 meter relay semifinal, t h e highly - touted Michigan q u a r t e t of Arnett Chisholm…

August 04, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

….'" "Good name," said Scott. The third Apollo 15 astronaut, Alfred M. Warden, hails from Jackson, Mich., the Wolverine State. All three at one time attended the University: Rainbow person arrested By CHRIS…

September 04, 1975 • Page Image 23

…- tract expired on June 30, 1974, and Michigan law commands that unions file for arbitration before their current contracts expire in order to receive retro- active benefits. OPEN 24 HOURS Wolverine Den…

September 04, 1975 • Page Image 66

… filled with just about-anything but meat. Good soups and very reasonable prices. WOLVERINE DEN 1201 S. University Undoubtedly the greasiest spoon in town, with the absolute worst coffee. But they stay open…

April 04, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 140) • Page Image 8

…/17/72 --------- ----- COUPON 8 Pak PEPSI (16 oz.) 99c Limit 1 Expires 4/17/72 --------------- COUPON Neutrogena Soap 68c -Daily-Terry McCarthy WOLVERINE FIRST SACKER Pat Sullivan flails at a "high hard un" in transit from the…

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