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November 05, 2013 (vol. 124, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

Wolverines' box score against Division II Wayne State particularly the War- riors' edge on the glass - weren't nearly as impressive. And that has to be at least somewhat con- cerning. Since guard Tim Hardaway…

… Jordan Morgan started in Michigan's two exhibitions. Though the Wolverines were never truly threatened - they won, 79-60 - the game never got out of hand like it probably should have, even though Michi…

… first half. Forward TJ Roehn, for example, led the -charge on the attack, nearly scoring in the 40th minute with a chance to end any come- back hopes. While some of the seniors MEN'S SOCCER Wolverine

… in the sec- It was fitting for Harris and ond half and contributed to Pereira to work together 15 Michigan's second half scoring minutes into the game to give opportunities. the Wolverines a chance at…

… inevitable for the seniors, but one for Michigan(3-2-0 Big Ten, the win generated by those six 7-5-3). On a rare Monday night players gives the Wolverines a game, the stands were relatively chance to move on…

November 05, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 38) • Page Image 14

…4B - November S, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Michigan sweeps Iowa after upset of Nebraska Junior guard Kate Thompson and the Wolverines scored their highest point total since 1998…

… on Friday at Crisler Center. Wolverines eci1pSe the century mark in opener By GREG GARNO the score is ... because if we win Daily Sports Writer every four minutes we'll be in good shape." Less than 20…

November 05, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 42) • Page Image 8

…8A - Friday, November 5, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Wolverines host SVSU in season-opening exhibition Against Illini,reeling 'M' looks for conference win By ZAK PYZIK Daily…

… this season. The last time Saginaw Valley State came to Ann Arbor was Nov. 6, 2008. The Wolverines annihilat- ed the Cardinals 81-55 and finished the season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament…

November 05, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 43) • Page Image 9

… time, the Wolverines lost in the finals. No. 5 Michigan fell to No. 6 Iowa, 4-1, yesterday in the final of the Big Ten Championships in Columbus. But the Wolverines say the lop- sided score was…

… forward Ashley Lenning- ton scored off a reboundin front of the net. The Wolverines didn't give up, hut the Hawkeyes never relented. Iowa scored an insurance goal with fewer than two minutes left in the…

November 05, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 43) • Page Image 12

… already given the Wolverines a boost in the first half with two 20-plus yard runs, and when he returned, he recovered a key fum- ble late in the fourth quarter. Seeing his first game action since injuring…

… 110 yards, and, in the first quarter, he even showed some flashes of speed when he broke off a 37-yard run down the sideline to set up the Wolverines' first score. More important, he said he's no longer…

November 05, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 43) • Page Image 13

… eight minutes remaining. After Chad Henne led a .quick touchdown drive to cut the deficit to three, the Wolverine defense knew it needed a stop so its offense could finish the comeback. And it did…

…. To Mathews.-To the end zone. Nearly as quickly as Henne's detractors had called for Mallett to play earlier this season, the senior had the Wolverines within three. Forty-eight seconds. Seven plays…

… incredible catch over Ross Weav- er's head. Wolverines 28, Spartans 24. Carr was a bit upset Henne went for broke on that third- down. Still 31-yards from the end zone, the coach viewed it as four- down…

… against Northwestern. Less than a month later against Illinois, he returned from an injury to his throwing shoulder to steady the Wolverines after Mallett nearly threw the win away. But Saturday, Henne…

… it in 1953. But after this game, there was no way the Wolverines weren't proud of their newest mythical man. - Herman can be reached at jaherman@umich.edu. 'Mi\ORE ON LINE If you want more coverage…

November 05, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 43) • Page Image 14

… men's PENN STATE 2 soccer team seemed well on its way to recording its first Big Ten win of the year in its final regular season match. The Wolverines had seized a 1-0 lead against Penn State in the 35…

… intercept the ball. But Marosevic beat him to it, earning a wide-open shot on net, and he easily scored. After the goal, the Wolverines (0-4-2 Big Ten, 10-6-2 overall) had every rightto believe a Big…

November 05, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 26) • Page Image 9

…'s kind of cute, actually," Michigan coach Cheryl Burnett said. "Before the game, they're like, when do we run on the floor?" Fortunately for the Wolverines, their inexperience wasn't much of a factor the…

… team making their collegiate debuts, Michigan came out fired up - diving on loose balls, creating turnovers and out-rebounding its opponents despite the Wolverines' obvi- ous size disadvantage. "We were…

… all game, opening up the Wolverine offense, and racking up a game-high seven assists. The forward also sparked Michigan on the defensive end, picking up both of her steals in the second half. "I…

… of the Wolverines hope will be their most successful season since Amaker arrived in Ann Arbor three years ago. "I think, as we start this season, we're very optimistic about where we are and hopefully…

… continue to climb the ladder, but we're very optimistic about this sea- son and we're very hopeful." Horton believes that this game will be the Wolverines' first stepping stone to bigger things. "That's what…

… we are trying to do - be a championship-level program - and playing against a team like Michigan Tech will help us," Horton said. "It will be a step toward that." Tabitha Pool led the Wolverines in…

… timeout, Clement put in a reverse layup to get the Wolver- ines rolling, and they soon took the lead for good.. Perhaps the biggest surprise was Mich- igan's 40-33 advantage on the boards. The Wolverines

November 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 45) • Page Image 8

…"N = against MIlHIGA - 78 Athletes in Action. The Wolverines won, 78-71, and Burnett insisted she wasn't nervous about her first game. "I really look at it like prac- tice," Burnett said. "I wasn't real- ly very…

… barely pre- pared for, and that defense stifled the Wolverines for much of the first half. But for an eight-and-a-half minute span in the second half, the Wolverines showed what they might be capable of…

… tournament win, from the Wolverine Invitational on Oct. 5. She posted the Wolverines' best performance at the ITA Midwest Regional Championship, defeating three foes before a quarterfinals loss. A humble Exon…

November 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 45) • Page Image 10

… PAGE 5 J.C. Mathis left Virginia just hoping for a chance to play. He found Ann Arbor, where he's become one of the Wolverines' leaders. THE ROAD TO MADNESS PAGES 6-7 Eligibile for postseason play again…

…, the road back to the NCAA Tournament will be filled with potholes for the Wolverines to avoid. CRYSTAL BALL PAGE 8 The Michigan Daily basketball writers give a glimpse into the future as they predict…

… what will happen with the Wolverines and the rest of the NCAA. 2003-04 Roster No. 2 11 50 25 40 22 5 4 31 32 23 21 44 3 Wolverine Lester Abram John Andrews Amadou Ba Graham Brown Colin Dill (c…

… CAMPUS PAGE 10 The days of being too thin in the frontcourt appear to have passed Michigan by, as the Wolverines' lineup will include six big men. I >::. fit; Minnesota .V . - m O II lo bol DnnI a…

November 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

… left Michigan without a center. The 6-foot-9 Brown started 25 games for the Wolverines last sea- son, while the 6-foot-1 1 Hunter chipped in four starts. But both play- ers saw action in all 30 Michigan…

… help the Wolverines most with rebounding and scoring up front. The 6-foot-9 Petway, who will split time at power and small for- ward, has the ability to jump out of the gym, a feature that will be help…

November 05, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 45) • Page Image 13

…- season game as a Wolverine. The 6-foot-8 forward was never sup- posed to put on a Michigan uniform. After playing for his father at John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx, N.Y. Mathis decided to play at…

…." Mathis found his role most trying during the Wolverines' defeats. "It's difficult sitting on a bench dur- ing a game and thinking maybe I could have helped in that situation," Mathis said. Mathis got…

… be just one of three upperclassmen on this year's team, and the only Wolverine to ever play in an NCAA Tournament game. Mathis strengthens a frontline to a team that was playing just seven deep last…

… season. He may compete for a job in the starting lineup - he started the second game of the Wolverines' pre- season Canadian tour - and will help develop the team's younger post play- ers. "I'm hoping that…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 9

… the loss. It started right at the beginning of the game. When Rogers ran across the field when the Spartans were punting from Michigan's 31, did the Wolverines really not see the fake coming? How did…

… points in the Wolverines' 94-68 victory. 'M'pounds E All-Stars, 94-68 By David Horn Daily Sports Writer EA Sports is not known for its basketball. Of the EA Sports video game family, their basketball games…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 12

…'s loss in East Lansing. Michigan State 28, Michigan 27 (1990): Any Michigan fan will tell you the Wolverines now have two more wins over the Spartans than the record indi- cates. With Michigan State…

…-liKe Colorado's Michael Westbrook Purdue 32 Michigan 31(2000): The Wolverines jumped out to a 28-10 half- time lead in West Lafayette behind three Drew Henson touchdown passes. Fans could smell the Roses already…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 14

… of the Wolverines as an "uninspiring performance." Rademacher was pleased with the team's early play, though. Amy Sullivant scored the first goal less than four minutes into the con- test. Forward Abby…

… score 2-0. It was one of the last signs of life from the Wolverine offense. "Sometimes you get up early (in the game) and get a bit complacent," Rademacher said. In the second half, the Wolverines forced…

… off the crossbar of Michigan's goal. The Wolverines had better be awake this Thursday. No. 2 seed Michigan will face No. 7 Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. This will be the…

… second time the teams have faced each other in two weeks. The Wolverines defeated the Spartans 2-1 in a Lau shines in goal as Blue stuns Ohio State By Chris Burke Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan men…

…-save shutout as the Wolverines upset No. 14 Ohio State, 1- 0, in Columbus on Friday night. The victory was Michigan's first road win of the season, and the program's first- ever varsity win over a ranked team…

… accomplish once this year." For Lau, the win was especially sweet. Playing in his hometown, Lau was forced into action after Joe Zawacki received a red card in the Wolverines' 4-0 loss to Furman on Oct. 28. It…

… game pending an official ruling, the Wolverines are hoping that Lau can continue his hot play. "It's fantastic for the kid - two starts DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Although Michigan was uninspired against…

… Western Michigan, Abby Crumpton (22) was a bright spot. She had a goal and an assist as the Wolverines knocked off the Broncos, 2-0. and two Big Ten wins," Burns said. "Any- time he can get this type of…

… the clamps on the Buckeye attack. Despite yielding 16 shots - only four were on net - the Wolverines were able to keep Ohio State from capitalizing on any of their opportuni- ties during the physical…

…'t convert on them." Michigan will hold the fourth seed for the Big Ten Tournament that starts Thurs- day in Madison. On the basis of Wisconsin's 1-0 win over Ohio State yesterday, the Wolverines will draw a…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 5, 2001 - 7B BIG TEN Continued from Page 1B After the win versus Northwestern, the Wolverines were looking for revenge against Ohio State, who gave the…

Wolverines their first Big Ten loss earlier this season in Columbus. The Wolverines felt that they had dominated that game, allowing few scoring opportunities for the Buckeyes. "They scored two goals on two…

November 05, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

… over the Wolverines. As the 1998 season came to a close, it looked as if Michigan might get another shot at taking both titles, but once again, it was denied. This time, the culprits, were the Iowa…

… Hawkeyes, whose 3-0 victory in the sea- son finale prevented the Wolverines from claiming their second consecutive regular on title. Now, the team must rebound from that blow and turn its attention to the…

November 05, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 28) • Page Image 13

Wolverines had a considerable size advantage over the Giants, with both Vignier and Asselin towering over their Aussie counterparts. The Wolverines out-rebounded the Giants, 54-38. Freshman guard/forward Leon…

…, Ellerbe said he saw a lot of room for improvement. He said the offense has to execute better, cutting back on turnovers, and the defense has to tight- en up some holes. One of the Wolverines' biggest…

November 05, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 25) • Page Image 14

… concerned. But in a season in which the Wolverines have accumulated more than their fair share of penalties, they took one more at the end of the first intermission on Saturday, giving the Spartans an…

… period), and maybe it takes that long to walk out to the arena." Fortunately for the Wolverines, the Spartans did not convert on that two- minute power play. "It didn't affect the game, fortu- nately, or I…

November 05, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

…'ured Matt Pike, Without the services of Tyrone Whei week ago, the Wolverine ground attar about as potent as sour milk. The ou the game will be altered a great deal depending on his availability. Meanwl…

… be effective weapons when don't get the ball on more than threi occasions a game. Well it's game nine and there is still of a true "Wolverine" offensive line. to preseason prognosticators, the u not…

… losses so far this season. It's the same story each week. Injuri( the Wolverines' bugaboo as Steve N is questionable for tomorrow's game. Jarret Irons has been a pleasant surf leading the team in tackles…

…-10). Ironically, the last victory the Wolverines earned was a 3-0 sweep of the Badgers Oct. 9 in the "Rock the House" match at Cliff Keen Arena. The Badgers are led by outside hitter JoAnna Grotenhuis, who is…

November 05, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 44) • Page Image 12

… the puck in the net." After Denny Felsner put the Wolverines up 1-0 Friday, Ferris stormed back with two third period goals in three minutes to go up 2-1. Then, with two minutes 36 seconds left in…

… the defense cut to the left and that's when I decided to go to the net," Felsner said. "Those are tough goals to cover because I wasilying." The Wolverines had 38 shots on goal Friday, compared to only…

… 16 by the Bulldogs. In the second period alone, the Bulldogs were forced to turn away 17 Michigan attempts. Ferris goaltender Marc Felicio, had 35 saves on the evening. First-year Wolverine goaltender…

… Steve Shields, who earned the start after an impressive performance over Illinois-Chicago, had 14 saves. Saturday night was a completely different story for the Wolverines. Michigan's offensive onslaught…

… .............................................................. .. .. .. .... BRIANCANTONIDaily Ferris State defenseman Daryl Filipek skates past Michigan leftwinger Dan Stiver Saturday night in the Bulldogs 7-3 routing of the Wolverines. Officials lose control, allow eXtracurriculars by Jeni…

…. After a bump from Wolverine defender Aaron Ward, Ferris State's leftwinger Justin Lafayette proceeded to jab his stick into Ward's neck. The incident resulted in a two minute cross checking until Ward…

November 05, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 44) • Page Image 13

… II Champion Oakland University. The Wolverines defeated Oakland 142-92. Women swim to opening win 1: I by Jason Gomberg Daily Sports Writer Friday evening at Canham Natatorium, the Michigan women…

…'s swimming and diving team unveiled their own version of "The Young and the. Restless." The Wolverines featured individual victor- ies by four first-year swimmers and two sophomores, sinking Division II…

… two triumphs apiece. Other Wolverine victors included newcomers Nicole Williamson (400 IM) and Cinnamon Woods (3-meter diving), and sophomores Lisa Cribari (1- meter diving) and Missy McCracken (200 fly…

… its toll more on Oakland's swimmers than it did the Wolverines. Michigan swimmers maintained form longer into their events. Along with Diebler, Hyduk and Mc-Cracken excelled at driving through and…

… State. But he chose the Wolverines because of the proximity of the university to his hometown. "My decision was based on my family and friends being able to see me play," Howard said. "Most people I know…

… Thursday was Dikin's final game as a Wolverine. "I'm relieved and sad at the same time," he says. "But now I have the time to pursue other things." "Other things" include working towards a career which will…

November 05, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

…SPORTS the Michigan Doily Friday, November 5, 1982 Page 9 M'baseball legend Fisher dies at age 95 By JOE CHAPELLE Michigan sports fans lost a great friend Wednesday morning when former Wolverine

… hospital. In his 38 years as the Wolverine mentor, Fisher amassed a fine record as a coach, leading Michigan to 14 Big Ten Championships and one NCAA national championship in 1953. A member of the College…

… Fisher." ANOTHER Michigan baseball coach, Branch Rickey, had recommended Fisher to fill the vacancy left by Pratt, who went on to work for the Boston Red Sox. Rickey coached the Wolverines from 1910…

… 1958, Fisher recorded a .687 winning percentage with the Wolverines.' The former Michigan. mentor was active in baseball until 1965 when he retired as a batting practice pitcher and spring training coach…

November 05, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…-0, on a crystal clear day at Kinnick Stadium. The shutout was number four in eight games for the Wolverines and their second straight on the road. Michigan so thoroughly dominated the contest, that the…

… crowd of the season at Iowa, was the fact that Michigan won for the ninth time in the 10 games played here between these teams. The Wolverines wasted no motion in, downing the Hawkeyes. Michigan won the…

November 05, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 53) • Page Image 8

… Classic held in St. Joseph. The 'world' that Wolverines Freddy De Jesus and Jerry Karzen played consisted of one of the most talented doubles teams in professional tennis, Jimmy Connors and Ilie Nas- tase…

…. Connors is currently rank- ed number one in the world, a distinction that Nastase held last year. THE EXHIBITION match be- gan on a bright note for the Wolverine duo, with Karzen win- ning his serve. The…

… the pair of Wolverines. Karzen said after it was all over, "I knew if we could still be in it when Nastase seerved we had a good chance to win. After all, Nastase was the one we broke service on earlier…

November 05, 1972 (vol. 83, iss. 52) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverines emerg- ed from the sky-blue waters of Matt Mann pool with a 7-4 victory. The game started out as a' scrappy affair with neither team willing to take control until about two and a half…

… took the lead. A defensive lapse by the Wolverines allowed two Ken- tuckians to swim in against only one defender and Isaac didn't have achance to keep the ball out. After both teams missed several great…

… Steve McCarthy was handed the ball on a penalty shot and he promptly rocketed it Wolverine polomen nip Kentucky 2% 44 THE ENIONGA L LERY Presents R ARTS AND CRAFTS E from the Yarkon Gallery of Boston…

… , ^1. y 'l a paid political advertisement into the corner of the net giving the Wolverines the lead for the first time in the game. The third period opened with both goalies making unbelievable saves…

November 05, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 58) • Page Image 7

… Scoring By SCOTT BLECH for the scampering Wolverine th backs. "The men never quit and "Desire and technique are the always show greatnspirit," Mason key factors," says Coach Tony explains. "They're always…

…-they show great drive and "heady play," according to Mason.I Emphasize Techniques Mason points out that head coach Bump Elliott's emphasis on techniques have played an im- portant part. The Wolverine coaches…

…- terday and worked out lightly so that they will be ready for Satur- day's contest. The Wolverines worked on the coverage of punts and punt re- turns yesterday in preparation for the Illini. The Blue (first…

… pass intercep-j The Wolverine signalcaller has tions. rambled for six touchdowns, boot- Ray, who booms them off the ed 12 extra points and three field telk akNikasbtwt oals. Timberlake trails the na…

… reporting DS AFRICA" p.m.-60c ier by Thurs., Nov. 5, 5 p.m. -Daily-Jim Lines SCRAPPY WOLVERINE BLOCKERS clear a path through the Northwestern defenses in last Sat- urday's contest. Brian Patchen (51) employs…

… loose the explosive Wolverine backs. F' WIN, 121-108: Howell, Ohl Lead Bullets To Victory over Pistons Career Opportunity TONY MASON Junior tackle Charlie Kines is the burliest, weighing about 230…

November 05, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 43) • Page Image 8

…GHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY sUNa ON irst Half Touchdowns Insure lue Devils Come Back in Second Half to Score Twice; , aimey Leading 'M' Ground Gainer with 116-Yds. Wolverine Victory I pass to…

Wolverines started their eight play drive for the final touch- down, capped by Glinka's perfect picture pass to Brown. The big senior end went in all alone for his second touchdown of the sea- son, and the TD…

… for the last 10 yds. of a 20-yd. scamper. But the drive fizzled, and Michi- gan punted to Leggett, who came back to the, Wolverine 48. Rap- pold then took to the air, and on fourth down from the 37, he…

… yesterday's 28-14 victory. Raimey carried 15 times and gained 116 yards, more than half the .Wolverine ground attack. -Daily-Ed Langs BLUE DEVIL DOWNED-Duke quarterback Walt Rappold is thrown for a loss as…

…. Dave Glinka threw passes on first down, and Coach Bump Elliott let placekicking artist Doug Bickle sit on the bench as the Wolverines tried for two points after two TDs. All this happened with half of…

… they built up momentum. The big spot for us came when we stopped them on their second drive." The Blue Devils had narrowed the Wolverine lead to 21-6 and threatened to pull back into the contest midway…

November 05, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…:The residents of Mary Markley favor small unit housing on campus , F98 REWARD for information ,leading to the return of Wolverine Club bill boards. Phone NO 5-8215, between 3-5. F71 LAST FRIDAY, Oct. 28, about 11…

November 05, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 43) • Page Image 7

…-Michigan's Darrell Harper (41) picks up valuable yardage against Iowa's Hawkeyes last Saturday. Harper, who has taken over the starting left halfback spot, leads the Wolverines in six offensive departments. Harper…

….5 percentage. Sparked by Harper, Bob Ptacek, Stan Noskin and Brad Myers, the Wolverines have a 52.5 team per- centage on 101 attempts. Harper has punted for a 37.1 mark compared to 364 for Myers, the only other…

November 05, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… of hand to make them disappear, and the Wolverine Club's a little disgruntled about it. A club official charged yester- day that flash card displays spon- sored by the club were far from 'flashy," and…

… flash card displays at the Indiana game, because there just aren't enough left to make a showing. "Hundreds of cardis are lost through carelessness," he asserted, "and the Wolverine Club is forced to…

November 05, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

… Minnesota's Golden Gophers at Minn- eapolis Saturday. An operation on Evashevski's shoulder, previously announced nec- essary by Dr. George Hammond, the team physician, was cancelled just before the Wolverine

… of X- rays taken Friday night and Sat- urday morning, was made when Ham- mond decided that surgery would get the Wolverine quarterback into top condition for the Northwestern game, two weeks away…

November 05, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

… Of 30,000 Watches Capitalize On Wolverine Fumbles For Michigan's First Defeat, 16-7 Illini Two Non - Partisans Win Positions As Rightists, Leftists Share Their Seats Charles Ross First To Receive…

… In Wolverine Upset Fritz Kreisler, world famous violin- ist, will return to Ann Arbor for the eleventh time tomorrow night to give the second Choral Union concert be- fore a capacity house at 8:30 p…

… from beginning to end-and turn in the upset of the year by winning 16-7. With Ralph Ehni's 44-yard average punts setting them back on their haunches early in the first quarter, the Wolverines never were…

… able to get back on the right track. Even Harmon, unable to get his usual .finef blocking, was held to a net gain of 72 yards from scrimmage in 18 tries. He scored the Wolverines' lone touchdown by…

…, who once played for Coach Bob Zuppke's fighting Iini and beat Michigan with a field goal, returned to his former ahna mater yesterday in a Wolverine uniform and made a valiant attempt to stem the tide…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…-yard : penalty gave the Wolverines a first down on Illinois' 15-yard line. Renner passed to Petoskey for six yards. Everhardus crashed over his left tackle, and it was first down on PRrosKcY Illinois' 4-yard line…

November 05, 1932 (vol. 43, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

… by the G. 0. P. in Michigan. In addition to introducing Gover- nor Brucker to two assemblages Mol r spoke to the Coolidge Republican:1 club, the Wolverine Republican club a and at a mass meeting in the…

… the best shape of the season with every regular in first class shape. The prevailing opinion here is that if the Wolverines are stopped this season Indiana will do it. A capacity crowd is expected in…

… vic- tory. Michigan has the edge over the Hoosiers in season records to date. Matched with the Wolverine unde- feated record is Indiana's of one loss to Chicago when the team was crip- pled, one tie 7…

November 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

…. Indi- coure. he inalscoe sowedtheI e th fraernty rosscoutrycha t ealizing that the failure to kMel Wolverines had piled up a score of 15 to start training. This looks bad for golwslreyrspnil o h na…

… set by a man entered and none can sign aft- been giving the men long drills on ed five p~ages for" 40 ye rds. The Cr"ii-. the Wolverines as-far as the three mle er Monday night, Nov. G. Vc n h al1etve h…

… with the anowest score wins the Wolverine bar- r'ierp blanketed, their opponents. iVTA'U BJA FRESHMEN SHATTER. ALL UNIVERSITY RECORD)S Hlanover, N. H., Nov. 4,--The class of 1926, at Columbia has…

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