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January 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 71) • Page Image 7

… with 50 more playing Larger Squad of. Playe r, Gives n : li-ursciay. A total of 165 teams ElIi Chance to Outspeed I meet in the various leagues and Wolverine invaders., each team plays at least four…

…' (Continued, From Page 6) games. Entries are still being talc- Iiamlt~ sexett pu~ upa surd en for independent and class teams. defense but the Wolverines Christ- Cuc em r losnigl ing-fbr a 'win to offset their…

… Thirty Wolverine thrusts were p;.cid House or fromt the Health staved off by the Hainilton goalcI 'who showed phc-nominal abililt.y i t 1 Service. the first two stanzas while the New, One of the rule, s…

…~tates that if ai Yorkers were limited to six unsiau& team fails to show tip within 10 cessful scoring attempts. In the }miniutes of the time scheduled, a final period the Wolverine inserted forfeit is declared…

… inelgible to compete with each accounted for a single marker. tthe second quintet. In addition superior team play was the main Varsity and Freshman squad:: men gain of the Wolverines on their in- tiro…

March 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT mDA T MARCH- ', 193? Wolverines Lead Qualifiers in Big Ten Track Meet SEV EN WlERINIS EARN RIH T To RMUN IN FNALSTONCT Tolan, Russell, Campbell, Egles- ton and…

Wolverines placed one or more men in every event. Eddie Tolan, Michigan's best nml in the dashes, copped his favorite event, beating out Captain Blil Henke of Wisconsin, when the 3aC- ger man pulled a tendon…

…- iary gym, according to Coach Johnstone. The meet was origin - ally announced for last night. The Wolverine team including Friedman, Gordon, and Lovell, foils; Gordon, DeStefano, Bow- land, sabres; and…

… ...........Massy Michigan faces one of its most crucial tests of the season tonight when the Wolverines battie Indiana on the Bloomington court. The Maize and Blue hopes of landing in second place rest on the…

… Monday, the Wolverines will have to leap both Indiana andt Chicago to stay in the race and enter a three-way tie for second place. At half-time in the first meeting between Indiana and Michigan the…

… several entries in the1 field events to be held Saturday: up the Wolverine point total. H enke, th e B adger star, pulled t e t d n n h l g w i r n n- the tendon in his leg while irunning Coach flsher Sends…

… preliminaries, the Wolverines are cause of the prevalence of fraterni- confidence chiefly in Compton and counting upon Austin and the re- ty init-iations this week, Coach Ray Tompkins, although Presby, Mac- lay…

January 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

… Low in the Wolverine nets when the team meets the Ilderton A. C. of London at the Coliseum Wednesday evening and Jack Merrill, whose con- sistent play in the first two tilts of the season prior to the…

… home to Concord, Mass., for the first time in a year-and-a-half, returned to town Sunday and looked ready to continue his scoring spree at the ex- pense of Wolverine opponents. He will team up as usual…

… in the run- ning. J. Townsend played steady, fast and sure basketball. His sure passing and good shots helped to keep the Wolverines in a threatening position throughout the whole game. Cagers Lose…

… First Big Ten Battle, 33-27 Wolverines Fail To Hold Lead Gained In Opening MinutesOf Game (Continued from Page 1) an outside chance that Tamagno would be in condition to start against Minnesota Saturday…

… final gun sounded, left itself open to Willis '.Hosler and Huffman hit two set-ups to clinch the victory for Indiana. Michigan and Indiana both were hot on their foul shots with the Wolverines hitting…

January 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

…VWW~WWWW y - -~ - - ~ WV -Y ~ V _. 'rTT7 1RTr"T(f'ATT n A TT V WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1931 -0- A /W T.t NT<T PAGE IX 1i mr. 1V1'J7.. r SU A N 1 L-1 1 L z -I ___._ Wolverines Defeat am ion…

… practice ses- swimming titles will be among the en invasion Michigan's pukinen sian last night the Wolverine wrest- galaxy of stars who will compete came home to swamp a crack ice lers showed more condition…

… letic Association. These records were Monday night. In overwhelming from West Virginia at the top of set by flye swimmers recently grad- the Aggies the Wolverines combin- their form. Coach Keen has put…

… Wildcat tank aggregations. an almost impenetrable defense. well as staying power in his crew Caacd tratt Mann of theAbedfe. of matmen. IScringAcOt. cofCMatan. h Wolverine natators, who have Keith Crossman…

Wolverine n- --_will have on their schedule. As an difficult task i matching the puckmen will have no great diffi- - opener the battle will be tougher speed of another former Purple culty in besting their…

Wolverine hopes ror first honors p E N C I L S n At the same time, the commission recognition in the United States, Heim lead the 165 division and Jor- in the diving events are rather low, n announced it…

May 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

… him in shape for Ohio State and the Con- ference championships. A rest will put him right again." Doug Hayes, Wolverine quartei miler will also put in a day of com- parative rest, limiting his…

… Indiana nine, second in the Big Ten last season, will attempt to keep the erratic Wolverines from making it two straight Conference victories this afternoon at 2:30 on Ferry Field. Herm Fi hman who…

…, 'a high class jumper who may take Allen. 3. Watson, Michigan, 16 points for "the one man track team." Andronik Goes R o41t- Errors feature Game Kremer Breaks Into Hit Column As Wolverines Get Nine…

… Safeties (Continued Prom Page 1) Smick's high fly in center, the ball :ropping safely for a double. I Ypsi received their first taste of Wolverine charity in the same inning. Walsh singled off Peck's glove…

… in left, Don Brewer dropped it, and Everett scored. Thank little Augie though. He tried to stretch it and was out, Pink to Lisagor, for the somewhat painful Wolverine victory. . Summaries Small But…

November 07, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

… touchdown and told as much to Kipke in no uncertain terms. When sent back into the game, he GAVE in vin- dication. And the morgue was de- prived of customers. I._ _ Had the Wolverines lost, Mich- igan would…

… Dick Publow, sub fullback.1 tion off both the low and high boards. Michigan's biggest threat, whichj Chicago, Jack Kasley, and Der John-'came in the fourth quarter, resulted7 son, former Wolverine greats…

… proud. And why not? 30-yard line. Chicago came right back to march to the Wolverines 49-yard line. They l could go no farther, however, and Sherman's quick kick on third down was downed by Wasem on…

… Purucker, attemptegl a field goal, but it was blocked by a host of Maroon linemen, Fink re- covering on the nine. An intercepted pass, and Sherman's good kick over the goal line set the Wolverines back to…

… exchange, moving to the Chicago 42. Another punt exchange netted an- other yard for the Wolverines. With the ball on the Chicago 41, Ritchie, sub for Trosko, cut around left end and dashed all the way for…

March 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

… cagers. 'Building For Next Year' Is Lowrey's Reason For Drill4 Wrestlers In 1 Final Dual Meet Of '36 Season Wolverines Hope To Hand Opponents Only Loss Of Winter Campaign In their last dual meet before…

… numbered such excellent teams as Lehigh, the Illinois A. C., Chicago, Ohio State and Wisconsin among their victims. Although the Wolverines cannot match Indiana's Big Ten record, hav- ing won and lost from…

January 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…1 8901 Ir 41pp-WI rt q an I aug MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS a VOL. XL NO. 71. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1930 EIGHT 1PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS3 WOLVERINES ROUT GOPHER:. IN…

… summer on tour of the Orient vith Michigan. Asbeck was a three-year veteran: in the Wolverine baseball teams of1 927-28-29. The lanky pitcher cap-! gainecd the team his senior year vhich won the undisputed…

… Western, ',onfereic championship. Along 1 with Bill McAfee, '29, of Chicago, ,he Wolverine diamond contingent' )oasted one of the strongest moundj ~ores in college baseball. Abseck takes rank with Jablon…

…- vunity to break into thec major leagues, and the Wolverine hurler; should make good with his fast bal and accurate curves. COUNCIL WILL AID U N ION, MER IT PLANI Commnittee Will Meet Toni ,!) to Discuss…

… Uiniversity of Mlichig ar basket ball teamt last 1nfght rouated Alinnecsota here bay a 3 to 17 score. Thie Wolverine v'ictory ca"mw after they had fought anI uphill battle a' ainist a bitter (C;oijiir rally…

….; The box score follows: lepartinent, an(i\Valenmtine Windt, ebr.Rea, assistant to the dean of stu-p mebes Michigan, 3 llrector ofC Play Prodution. A de-> Wolverine Sextette I The details of the system…

…, Coach Eddie Union. T'he petitions must c~oma- location of storage. 4 ~c..~. i23 wvinninig plays for the purpose of Lowrey's Wolverine puck eoiiibiw- I t aiii at least 200 signatures before i "While there…

January 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 72) • Page Image 7

… the 100- yard breast stroke event in 1929. s ______________. I . 11 Iantrarnural News II I A two out of three. Both teams were able to ring up 10 floor shots, but the Wolverines R C M N R S M…

… will be 24 games. Each player, before he will be ALUMNI FENCERS TO MEETVARSITY Regulars to Face First Severe Test of Season Saturday. Now that the holidays are over the Wolverine Varsity fencing squad1…

… gets his team into top form to meet the alumni fencers of the University at 2:30 Saturday after- 10on. This meet will surely task theI Wolverines to put forth their best and should be about the most…

May 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… next Saturday afternoon when the Wolverine thin- clads engage the Gopher squad in the only outdoor meet to. be held her&+ this season, Coach CIuck Hoyt announced yesterday. Nb relay events are scheduled…

… Tolan' 'and Campbei tlir o ly opposition for first place. The Wolverine Negro thaIh appears to have been aroused to a litfe ation following his loss to Glass out at Drake and it would not be surprising if…

… in the hurdle events when the W'olverine tracksters entertain the Minnesota track squad here on 1 Saturday. Wolves Strive to Remedy Most Glaring Defects Shown in Buckeye Matches. Not entirely satisfied…

… Coach Len Kranz is bringing to Ann Arbor to do battle with the Wolverines will contain two veterans from last year in the persons of Captain 01- lie Rogers and Fred' Damaske. George Fredericks, former…

January 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS i Wolverine Rallies Fail As Hoosiers Win Opener, 33-27I i AAA Death Supreme Court Blasts New Deal Complicates 1937 Budget With Decision Invalidating…

… Offense; Wolverines Falter Near Finish By RAYMOND A. GOODMAN With memories of a fumbled foot- ball lingering in his mind's eye Ver- non Huffman, Indiana quarterback and guard, turned in a sterling defen…

… 7,500 per- sons, the largest since the title win- ning days of '29, last night at Yost Field House. It was the Wolverines' first loss in eight starts this season. After staging two thrilling rallies…

… in the second half to overtake the Indiana five and coming to within two points of the Dean-coached team, the Wolverines l6st the serv- ices of John Townsend, whose pass- ing and defense work had kept…

… from Coach Tony Hinkle and his Butler quintet, checked Michigan in the back court and kept the Wolverines from coming down the floor and working any set plays around John Town- send. Follpwing out this…

…. Not only did they play an untiring defensive game but they counted for half of Indiana's points and were always on the backboards. Chelso Tamagno, the Wolverine captain who suffered an injured leg…

April 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 136) • Page Image 7

… Captain-Elect Places Second in National Championships in 175-Pound Division. Carl J. Dougovito, '32E, was elect- ed to lead the 1932 Wolverine Var- sity wrestlers last night at a meet- ing of this year…

… National meet held at Providence, the Wolverine star placed second. YEARLING GOLFER HAS MANY TITLES (Continued From Page 6) piorgship, this time the Cincinnati District Amateur, which he captur- ed by…

January 07, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

… however. Other weaknesses in the Wolverine lineup are injury hangovers. Capt. Beebe's taped ankle has slowed him up slightly and Danny Smick's ban- daged forehead is still in evidence Mike Sofiak, who took…

… (C) Nisbet Thomas G Wardley Referee: N. E. Kearns (DePaul); Tmpire: John Schommer (Chicago). Lead Wolverines Into Action Tonight Third Straight Win Is Sougjt Danner Is Il; Newsoni Demands Returns E…

… Samuelson and Chuck the end of November. hopes to get in condition to try out Ross will be on hand to replace any Danner, who speaks several lan- for the Olympic squad, of these Wolverine players. Ivan Reid…

… the holidays. There is little doubt as to who will start in the heavyweight class for the Wolverines, for Forrest "Butch" Jor- dan continued the pace which he has set all year by easily pinning Joe…

December 07, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… Game Extended ' Two Overtimes By NEWELL McCABE Twelve hundred hockey fans crowd- ed the Coliseum last night as the '38 edition of the -Wolverine hockey sextet pried the lid off the puck sea- son…

… capitalize on two set up shots. Starting the first period, which was also the first game of the season for the visiting team, the Wolverine squad was not able to click. As a re- sult most of the play during…

… "Spike" James credited himself with another stop as he tossed his opponent's shot to .the side. Doran of the Wolverines had the same luck only to be followed by a futile shot. The first score of the game…

May 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

… Four Wolverine Errors Mar Play In Stadium Dedication Game By BUD BENJAMIN YPSILANTI, May 6.-(Special to the Daily)-The Varsity baseball team spoiled Micliigan State Normal's ded- ication day ceremonies…

… at the new Walter 0. Briggs Field here today by winning 6 to 5, but the Wolverines tried hard enough to be gentlemen about it. With an estimated crowd of 1,800 looking on, the unpredictable Varsity…

… variety. Big Ed struck out seven and issued a lone pass in a steady performance. The Wolverines finally met up with eccentric Martin "Rube" Zachar, who looks like Elmer Dean and pitches somewhat like…

… Illinois in a meet scheduled to start at two p.m.' at Ferry Field. Stocky Hlerm Fishman will toe the rubber for the Wolverine base- ball team in a diamond battle be- tween Michigan anda strong In- diana…

March 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… played, and good enough to knock Purdue out of the Big Ten title race, Michigan's Wolverines will take the floor tonight against "Piggy" Lambert's Boilermak- Michigan 30 1/3; Records -Associated Press…

… by the wild dash for freedom. Supreme Court, the government will Wolverines Lower Mile Relay Record Albritton, Beacham Lead Buckeyes, Each Setting New Indoor Marks By WILLIAM R. REED Individual…

May 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

… TAKES CLOSE 2-1 GAME IN MROON CAIMP . - - I Compton, Aided by Air-Ti Fielding,. Allows Chicago Only Four Hits. ght NO ERRORS FOR WOLVES Wolverines Get Nine Hits From Southpaw Knowles to Earn Two…

… Pitching. Tim Knowles handled the pitch- ing assignment for the Maroons and turned in a very creditable showing, holding the Wolverines1 to only nine hits. Last week Knowl- es proved a perfect question mark…

… Hammer, Wolverine net ace, (BY Assoiatd Press) Calm and dispassionate in con- :signed according to the order in o'clock. From Friday on, with the routed Olsen to the tune 6-0, 6-2. DALLAS, Tex., May 6.-At…

July 07, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

… trips to plate. Dross was the winning pit- r, Bertotti the loser. a the final game of the National gue, the Eskimos warmed to Ann or's torrid climate and lustily ed the pitching of Wolverine undsman…

… Bowers for 11 runs while iting his team to 5. Miller, Eski- pitcher, was belted for five runs he first three innings before he led down and fed the Wolverines one hit during the remainder of contest…

May 07, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

… have been improving rapidly Humphreys carrying the Wolverine and can be counted on to give the colors. Wolves a tough battle for the day's honors. Three of Coach Gill's best .A bets, Christiansen…

… Hurdles. Egleston and Haefele will bear the Wolverine hopes in the hurdles with Etnyre and either Johnson or Seely upholding the honor of the 01r, 1 V . A U Oid'ei wil aV_ tend the meetings of the American…

January 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

… first of a two-game set, and the Wolverines' opening wedge toward retention of the mythical state championship, which they acquired last year by beating the Houghton, Mich, contingent thrice in four meet…

… Goalie Spike James (10:30). The Wolverines' defense stiffened thereafter, but for another lapse later in the same stanza when Bud Pekkala took a pass from the busy Mr. Mc- Carthy and sliced one in from a…

… by too sur- prised to prost. A minute ,or so later, with the Wolverine second line serving, Les Hillberg and Evie Doran collaborated for another marker. Do- ran swept through Tech's defense and laid a…

May 07, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

… rivalry of the cinder paths when the Ilini encounter the Wolverine thinclads this afternoon on Ferry field in the only home ap- pearance of the Maize and Blue this season. The meet, which is one of the high…

… last night. Charlie Hoyt, the Wolverine men- tor, and Harry Gill, the tutor of the Illini, matched against each other again. These two Big Ten- coaches are among the foremost master minds of the track…

… strong teams on the track and on the field, but this year the Illini do not boast toge strength of former years and the Wolverines have been handicapped by injur- ies and poor weather conditions. Harry…

April 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 138) • Page Image 4

…. Michigan Wolverine: The Michigan Wolverine Student Cooperative, Inc., vill continue to serve meals through he Spring Vacation period. The cring hours will be as follows: 12 to '2:30 and 6 to 6:30. No…

… breakfast vill be served from Monday, April 11, o Sunday, April 17, inclusive. Spe- 'sal arrangements are being made so that the Wolverine's facilities will be zvailable to all University students luring this…

May 07, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…, Jack Barry followed Danny Smick's example by holding the highly regarded Illinois batsmen to three scattered hits, and the resulting 4-1 victory put the Wolverines in a challenging position in the Big…

… s silent junior ace then ruin hopes by.striking out danger MccConnell. The Wolverines found ou very outset that they werei soft afternoon as Al Gran Wallie Roettger's soph star down in order for two…

January 07, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

… an aroused public opinion Indiana TakesI Over Michigan Quintet, 29-18 Kehrt Heads Hoosiers By Piling Up 13 Points; Wolverines Erratic BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 6-(P) - Indiana University opened its Big…

… the Brit- ish Amateur which has been set for May 20. Theloss of their star will dampen the Wolverine's championship hopes which were very bright, with Mark- ham, David and Sweet returning from last year…

July 07, 1932 (vol. 13, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… students will be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Wesley hall. The event is lannnd to prmit the seven hndred. Three Wolverine Wrestlers Leave For Final Tryouts Carl Dougovito, captain of last season…

…'s Michigan wrestling team and intercollegiate champion in the 158-pound division, left Ann Arbor Wednesday with Joe Woodard and Bob Hewitt, former Wolverine grap- plers, for Columbus, 0., where they will…

April 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

Wolverine Bldg. 202'-203 S. FOURTH AVE. Phone ,,4000 R.W. Horn, Mgr. SPRING VACATION MICHIGAN: Pennants, stationery, Seal ,jewelry, and. lcather goods. Piwne STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE 8688 1111. South University…

March 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…, leaders can amass, as first places appear to be fairly evenly distri- buted among the main contenders. Wolverines May Place. Michigan's chances to take any first places are slim, but the Wol-I verines…

… put may garner points. dustrial Revolution in the Pacific Eleven other Wolverines also made Area," at 4:15 today in the Natural the trip to try to break into the Science auditorium. The lectur.e is…

July 07, 1936 (vol. 16, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

… made, but an application by John E. Fetzer of the Wolverine Broadcast- ing Company has been dismissed at his own request by the Vederal Com- munications Commission. An ap- plication filed by Coach Harry…

May 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

… versonally, NOW. Loans Up to $300 --- 30 Months to Repay! Second Floor Room 208 WOLVERINE BLDG. (formerly Ypsi-Ann Bldg.) Ph. 4000-4001 202 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor PERSONAL FINANCE CO. I K7 I For…

August 07, 1930 (vol. 10, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

….......Key Wolverine March.......... Gehring Overture to Barber of Seville....- ..Rossini Selections from Maritana..Wallace Cornet solo: The Charmer...... .. . . . ...... L. F.Boos William Boos Adagio from "Farewell…

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