Search Results

Search Constraints

Search Results

January 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… second half to take an easy 70-49 Big Ten basketball win from Wis- consin before 4000 partisan fans at Yost Field House last night. The win put the. Wolverines atop the young Conference race with a 2…

…-0 record. The loss was Wisconsin's second in league play. Trailing 31-30 at intermission the Wolverines unleashed their fast break to pump in 40 points while 0 holding the Badgers to a meager 18. f ddI- 1…

August 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

…AUGUST 7, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T. Wolverine Swimmers Enter Pan-Am Trials Fourteen University of Michigan swimmers and divers, competing Pete for Mexico, the form under the auspices of the…

… and Tuesday. spects for the 1960 Olympi Dick Kimball, Wolverine diving star and former NCAA and Big , Ten champion, will be the "most- M ajor Lea traveled'' competitor in the meet. ''"'' NUWA Kimball…

… platform x-Chicago 'W L diving at East Lansing, Monday. x--Cieveland 62 45. Other Wolverines competing at x-Baltimore 55 54. -the swim trials includeDick Han- Kansas City 52 54 ley, Carl Woolley and Frank Le…

…. meter and platform diving events. YESTERDAY'S RESU Three other Wolverines already Chicancischiladelphia have earned places on teams which Pittsburgh at St. Louis will compete against the United Only games…

Wolverine varsity clay courts at Ferry Field as a F *i7 our for the Finest in Recorded Music I i 1111 EVERETT'S DRIVE-IN "The Home of the Famous California Delux Burger" Electronic Curb Service The…

February 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1958 'M' Matmen Face Swim Trio Lost Rough Weekend By Ineligibility By AL JONES It's showdown time for the Michigan wrestling team. The Wolverine grapplers…

… stronger than Purdue and Northwestern, the teams that the Wolverines trampled last Fri- day and Saturday to begin their present win streak. Previous to that time Keen's squad had been winless in dual…

… last week by Iowa, 16-9. The last time that the Gophers and Wolverines met was in last spring's Conference meet, when Minnesota edged past Michigan, 55-54, to gain the title. Since that time both squads…

… third with a 3.6 mark. gan since it beat Michigan State games with Minnesota are Min- Wolverine coach Al Renfrew has January 15 at the Coliseum. neapolis will decide whether the nothing but praise for Mc…

…Cartan Renfrew will have to' receive Wolverines or the Gophers are still who he described as "the best good performances from his first in the race for a WIHL playoff goalie in the league and practically line of…

March 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…, Don Harper, a member of the American Olympic team, and Ohio State also figures to take possibly 4 second and third with its two other star divers, Glen Whitten and Frank Fraunfelter. The Wolverine

… IDELINES by Dick Cram - CHOOSE QUALITY SHAVE WITH ner CAGE PAIR HONORED-Pete Tillotson (left) was elected yester- day by the Wolverine basketball team to succeed Ron Kramer (right) as Michigan captain…

… team win all the time-but not the way the Wolverines do it. They always seem to give themselves such a handicap. As in almost every other year since the inception of the NCAA Tournament in 1948, this…

… prematurely with injury. STILL, the Wolverines recovered and moved relentlessly toward their annual goal-like the homing pigeons that can't be deterred from their destination. Ross Childs, Howes' replacement…

… still fresh and satisfying for the Wolverine fans. SHULTON PRODUCTS ccan'be purchased at Schedule of Big Ten Gym Meet Friday, March 8 1:30 p.m. Preliminaries at I-M Building - Free Exercise, Side Horse…

December 07, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 67) • Page Image 8

… bruised wrist on the same arm, and a painful lower back, black and blue from frequent bouncings on the hardwood against Tennes- see. But the Wolverines appeared deadlock and put Michigan out in front to…

… stay. The Wolverines raced to a 36-23 half-time lead, with Lee getting 11 of his total point output of 20. Add Late In Game The last 20 minutes found Mich- igan consistently adding to its lead that at…

…, Dozauer was ranked seventh, while Monpetit finished eighth and Stall reached tenth place. Monpetit was the only Wolverine to qualify for the high bar finals. He produced a sixth-place finish. Lawler Seventh…

… Bill Lawler, finishing seventh, was the only Wolverine finishing in the top 10 on the side horse, although Stall took 15th. The gymnasts had only a 10th by Monpetit and a 14th by Marion to show for in…

January 07, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

… FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, "1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEd __DY AUR ,95TH IHGNDIYPG Wolverine Nu Sigma Nu p Phi Chi In 'Hoop Tilt Nu Sigma Nu smashed Phi Chi's "B" team last night, 41-8, to high- light…

… vital for the Wolverines if they expect to move toward their usual posi- tion high in the WIHL. Eighteen Veterans Eighteen returning lettermen have made the Spartanssheavy favorites to score their first…

… vic- tory over the Wolverines since 1927. Despite a history of being unbeaten in 21 consecutive games with the Spartans, the 11-man, relatively inexperienced Michigan Attention all senior and jun- ior…

… Ineligible One severe blow has been dealt Coach Amo Bessone's hopes of ending the Wolverine jinx. High- scoring wingman Steve Raz has been declared ineligible for further competition this year because of a…

… of- fense during this week's practices of the Wolverines. Michigan was able to tally only eight goals in its recent four-game jaunt through Colorado. In winning only one of the games with Colorado…

…'s Big Ten swimming titlists? Michigan's hopes for annexing the conference crown this year may hinge on the answer to this question as the Wolverines pre- pare for the season opener against Iowa State next…

February 07, 1957 • Page Image 17

… launthing site at Fre, r ISTORY recoids little of note on the Gre Lakes the Wolverine Canada's lukewain senforcement Pennsylvania. The Navy little ex- on the success of her immedi- was able to operate free of…

… the federate raids, thwarting trans- Renamed the Wolverine in 1905 State of Michigan's intimate as- step-by + ep criticism of tuture coming presidential election, Presi- portation of arms from Canada to…

March 07, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

…. set. by. Iowa's Chuck Durling In 1952. All-America Schlundt already held the Big Ten 18-game sea- son record of 459 from last year. Winners Edge Second-Place Wolverines; Spartans Third BUMPY JONES AND…

…, of Iowa, and Bill Kerr, of Indiana. All four men were unexpected finalists and played, a big part in diminishing the Wolverine depth advantage. The meet was the final home contest for Mann, who is…

…, Wolverine Don Haney lost to Bud Weick of Pur- due. Both men wrestled a very clever and tough match for the full nine minutes with the score end- ing in a 1-1 tie. The decision was then in the hands of the…

… of the Iowa Hawkeyes. FORMER Wolverine gridder Bob Hurley gave one of the most im- pressive performances of the en- tire meet when he wrestled to a fourth place finish, losing to Lar- ry Fowler of…

… still in the game as late as mid- way in the final period, when the slick shooting pros slipped through the Wolverine defenses in the last 10 minutes to break open the game. MICHIGAN coach Vic Heyliger…

… ing Rockets gave the Wolverines a real tune-up for the coming NCAA tourney, and won only be- cause their defense was 'slightly more solid. The game was the highest scoring tilt of the year for Mich…

January 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

… Page 1) Michigan moved ahead again 30-23 with two and a half minutes to go but Wisconsin bounced back, holding the Wolverines scoreless, and left the court at half-time with its one-point lead on the…

… defense forced the extremely-cold Wolverines to shoot from outside. Michigan hit only 11 of 40 shots in the half. Accuracy from the foul line kept Michigan near Wisconsin as they hit their first…

February 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1957 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE?.I Hopes Rise for Cage, Hocey Squads Wolverines Among Best In Big Ten By JIM…

… Michigan was losing to Minnesota, Purdue up- set Illinois. Then the Wolverines waltzed over Purdue, while down in Champaign, Illinois was hand- ing Ohio State its second loss. F Tied for Third When one blows…

January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

… and cleanly beat McDonald from about 30 feet. The going was a little faster "and rougher 'il the period rolled past the half-way mark, but the Wolverines could not get 11ast the stout Montreal defense…

Wolverines have displayed flashes of brilliance in their pre-confer- ence slate. THE MAIZE and Blue hold the only victory recorded over North Carolina State this year and al- though rated an underdog won the…

… backcourt. Suprunowicz and VanderKuy are the lone regulars returning from last year's Wolverine team that annexed third place in the con- ference. Top reserves almost sure to see action are Jima Skala, soph…

… dual competition on to the mats with him when he faces Brad Stone, Wolverine varsity wrestler at 121 pounds. Another Conference titleholder for Purdue is Joe Pastascil, 128 pound champ. Pastascil .meets…

… Larry Nelson, star sophomore who won his first varsity match against Toledo last week by pin- Iing his -opponent in the second period . THEt WOLVERINES also boast of two Conference titleholders, both of…

April 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

… of Michigan students that did something besidgs "swim and sun" during their vacation trip to Florida was the Wolverine baseball team, which spent a good share of its time on the diamonds of Tallahassee…

… have contribu- ted to Michigan's poor showing in the tourney: the Wolverines were playing their, first games of the season while all the other squads had seen previous action (Florida State had 14 games…

…. Kane (right). Wolverine swimmers scored a record 137%2 points in the three-day exercises March 26-28 at Ithaca, N. Y. x 4 Gillanders, Hanley Pace Swimmers To Record-Smashing NCA A Victorv ,J Michigan…

…'by firing an even par, 70 over the tight Hope Valley course. This match wound up the Wolverines' spring trip action. Coaches Join In1 Coach Bert Katzenmeyer ex-, plained the difference' in scoring by saying…

… these changes are still tentative and that noneof the starting positions are taken. The reason for most of the changes is to put more power into a Wolverine lineup that at times was pitifully weak at the…

May 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

… last four seasons. On that fatefu.l Monday Notre Dame refused to let another big 48 enter the records, as the home-court fans watched the Irish snap the Wolverine streak, 7-2. An era had ended-an era in…

… instead into a nightmare here yesterday when Michigan took a 12-5 drubbing from the University of Detroit. This was the same team that the Wolverines had whipped handily three weeks ago by an 11-2 score…

…. Strangely enough, Michigan out- hit the Titans, 10-9, but seven Wolverine errors proved fatal. A four-run outburst in the sixth inning and six more in the seventh cinched the game for Detroit. Five pitchers…

… make it a runaway when Ernie Myers walked and Bob Kucher homered before anyone was out in the first inning. However, the Wolverines' next run didn't come across until the sixth,,enabling them to unlock a…

Wolverines, who have not competed at home since the first meet of the season April 23, will be hard pressed today to improve on their 2-5 meet record. Michi- gan State promises to provide formidable opposition…

… be sidelined for this meet fqr the same reason. On Saturday the Wolverines will climax a busy week by hosting two good Big Ten squads, Purdue and Ohio State. Each has downed the Wolverines twice by…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

… Field. The Wolverines put together six firsts, including double wins by Don Hoover and Ekko Koutonen, to lead the Scarlet and Gray by * * * was slowed down to a 9:31.4, the worst of his young career, by…

…- ers braved a 50-mile gale yester- day at Bob-O-Links Country Club here to defeat the Iowa Univer- sity squad, 16-11. The Wolverines offset a 5%- 3/2 Iowa advantage gained in the morning best ball…

…-ball matches went to Iowa by identical 2%2-/2 scores. * * * IN THE AFTERNOON, Michi- gan's Keith Le Clair and Bob Fer- guson of Iowa tied with medal scores of 78, and Carlson of Iowa beat Wolverine Dean Lind…

… boat with Bob Allen as crew. Big Nine Standings Michigan Wisconsin Iowa Illinois Ohio State Indiana Purdue Northwestern Minnsota * L Illinois Shocks Wolverines It. W L Pet. 5 1 .833 4 2 .667 3 2…

… .600 4 3 .571 3 3 .500 2 4 .333 1 2 .333 1 3 -250 1 4 .200 * -Daily-Alan Reid DOUBLE TROUBLE . - . For OSU-Don Hoover, tall Wolverine- hurdles ace, clears the last barrier on the way to the first of two…

… Michigan with a record of five wins and one loss. os.* * * THE WOLVERINES, who had edged past the Illini, 6-5, in the opener of the two game set Fri- day entered the seventh inning tied 1-1. At this point…

March 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 7P1 RIDA Li Ten Track, Wrestling 'earson, Marchello Spark Wolverines n Conference Mat Meet at ChampaignI Battles Be in Toda Illinois Contingent Favored For Indoor Cinder Crown…

… becoming Big Ten cham- pions.. Actually, the Wolverines are sporting a dismal season record of three wins, one tie and six, losses in dual meets, and have no visible reason to think of possible titles…

… weights this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. and this evening at 7:30 p.m. The finals will be tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 p.m. FLYING HIGH--Wolverine star high jumper Brendan O'Reilly sails over the bar as he…

… Gagnier and Big Ten trampoline champion Ed Cole will be missing from the Wolverine lineup. Although Gagnier and Cole were missing last Saturday, the Wol- verine gymnasts were still able to Michigan State…

May 07, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

…. Nederlander and Al Mann had the going a bit easier, defeating Anderson and Jaeger, 6-3, 6-3, while Jaffee and Paley whipped Siebert and Meyer, 6-2, 6-2. The Wolverines left for Wiscon- sin after the match where…

… 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0I 2 7 m ninth The Wolverines will be seeking' their first victory over these two squads; in two preceding meets, the 'M' linksters have lost to Pur- due and have been able to do no…

… * struck out for Snider in eighth ** ran for Wisniewski in eighth Iowa......... 110 000 000-2 7 2 MICHIGAN .. 000 000 13x-4 4 1 WUERTH FIERY ROMANCE! FURY - EXCITEMENT! Wolverine Track Team Battles Penn…

… State, Midshipmen Today I One of the Michigan tracksters' toughest tests this season will be held at State College, Pennsylvan- ia, today. It is the triangular meet in- volving the Wolverines, Penn…

… ability needs only to be explained by the fact that he has beaten the great Olympic champion, Har- rison Dillard. There will be no let down in Michigan's rugged track sched- ule, as the Wolverines must set…

March 07, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

…-t man, and Northwestern's Arthur Kurtz given the edge. The half mile gallop seems tot have narrowed down to a race be-1 tween Wolverine John Ross and1 Illini Henry Cryer. Sam Greenlee of Wisconsin and…

… under way today at Bloomington, Indiana. Illinois and Michigan State, the two teams which have beaten the Wolverines, are picked as the leading contenders for the title. MSC is favored by virtue of a 53…

… the Big Ten, but this year he has improved very decidedly, and he could gather some valu- able points for the Wolverines. Capt. Bud Holcombe will also be wrestling in his last match as a collegiate…

… the Midwest League. The Wolverines must win it to tie Denver for second in the MCHL and thereby remain in contention for a bid to the na- tional championships at Colorado Springs next week…

… divisions, and so there will be ten weight clas- sifications. Wolverine coaches Cliff Keen and Bob Betzig have really pointed for this one. This year, they have had the services of four seniors in the regular…

February 07, 1955 • Page Image 22

… world late last night when he announced that the Wolverines had signed their first American icer of all time. x He is Amos Basoon, a 39 year old grad student who played on an industrial team for many…

…. Daily Sports Editor Dave Dyingstone, reached at his Van Wart, Ohio, home said "So what?" AMOS BASSON (second from left) bursts happily upon the Mi Daily Associate sports editors Wolverine American…

March 07, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

… contention for individual crowns to stay one step behind Coach Cliff Keen's pace-setting Wolverines. * * * THE FINALS are scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight. 177-pound Dick O'Shaugh- nessy and 147-pounder Joe…

…'s Bruce Brenneman. In the final event of the night, the Wolverine 177-pounder clinched a place in today's affair with an easy win over Lynn Whiteaker of Purdue. In one of the best matches of the night…

…, Michigan's unbeaten Andy Kaul outfought the al- ways-dangerous Spartan, Dick Gunner, to win by a slim 6-4 margin and move into the 137 pound semifinals. Wolverine captain Snip Nalon grabbed the third Maize…

… two cluded season, losing a heartbreak- games of this bleak season, the er in Ann Arbor, 66-64. The game Wolverine basketball squad en- gages Michigan State tonight at was won on a basket by substi…

… Pete this total was scored against a Newell will probably start the team currently in the depths of same quintet he used in the Ann the Big Ten cellar, the Wolverines Arbor squeaker. showed some fine…

November 07, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… insist on a complete breakdown for the American people. We will insist on T full publicity of Vice-President I Bowl Hopes Rise With Crucial Win Wolverines Score Clincher on Pass Play in First Half…

… aspirations yesterday afternoon. A Michigan Stadium crowd of 58,812 saw the Wolverines whip a stubborn band of Illini, 14-7, to deal the losers their fourth straight Conference defeat and deny Coach Ray Eliot…

… and letters. We want the names. And we want to know if the files of the FBI were opened up for political purposes." -Daily-Don Campbell WOLVERINE EXPRESS--Looking like the caboose of an onrushing train…

… first half, and then held throughout the last half when the restless Illini moved within scor- ing distance. The Wolverines pushed over both of their scores in the second pe- riod after spotting Illinois…

… rolled dead on the 11. It took just six plays with tailback Dan Cline doing most of the running and all of the passing for the Wolverines to score the clincher. Michigan Marches After fullback Fred Baer…

… for the final point. The Wolverines began the drive to their' initial touchdown late in the first quarter, following Illi- nois' TD, traveling 69 yards in nine plays with Maddock directing the drive and…

March 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

… third place. Although the broad jump final gave Illinois an early 6-5 edge over Michigan in team scoring, the qualifying matches were domi- nated by Wolverines. Michigan placed ten men in 14 semi…

… Don Can- ham, who admitted it perked up the Wolverines' chances against the Illini. Along with Robinson, hurdler Pete Stanger and sophomore Dick Cephas each placed twice. Stan- ger won his heat in the…

…- hampered Davis. He will run the 60, the 440 and mile relay instead of the hurdles where he could hurt Michigan. MICHIGAN IN THREE TOM ROBINSON * * . matches meet marks UPSETS: Wolverine Grapplers Fall…

February 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 89) • Page Image 20

… Navy little ex- pected her guns would be so still when it built her in 1844 to answer Great. Britain's increased arma- ment on the Great Lakes. Renamed the Wolverine in 1905 when a new Michigan was…

… received a short rebirth in the form of a lake excursion steamer. The new Wolverine, like her dying ancestor, contributed signi- ficantlytora new segment of the Navy's development: naval avia- tion. As the…

March 07, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OSU Tankmen Favored over 'in Big Ten Meet 'Davies, Elliot Lead Wolverine Natators; Spartans To Put up Strong Bid for Crown F. Walcott to Meet Charles for Title Tonight; Evers…

… in the meet. Another is conference neophyte Michigan State, the only team given a chance to totter the OSU throne. BOTH THESE TEAMS defeated the Wolverines during the regular season by identical 55…

…-29 counts. Michigan doesn't have sufficient balance or individual strength to better that record this weekend, with seven other teams to cut into the Wolverine point total. The Maize and Blue does have some…

… a good fight. Either could win the shorter event, since the Buckeye star is more effective at the longer distance. The Wolverines should pick up points in the distance events, with Wally Jeffries…

March 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

… before a crowd of 3,200 at the Spartan's Ice Arena. The Wolverines will be trying to even the season's series at two games apiece when they face off against Michigan State tonight at 8 p.m. in the season…

… pressed seriously for a tying goal, and pulled its goalie with a little over a minute left in the contest, but the strategy backfired. The Wolverines stole the puck in their own territory and shot it up to…

… pressure and knotted the score on one of the season's most unusual goals. Terry Moroney of the Spartans picked up a loose puck at center ice and raced toward the Wolverine goal. It ap- peared that Moroney…

…, the puck somehow trickled into the Wolverine net. The Michigan team completely overran the already badly worn competing teams with another record win in the 400-yd. freestyle relay. Carl Woolley…

…, swimming the second relay position, came from behind to give the Wolverines the commanding lead for the remain- der of the race. Frank Legacki, anchoring the team, touched three seconds under the Big Ten…

March 07, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… win put the Wolverines only one point behind league leading Minnesota, and if they beat the Engineers again tonight a trip Wed- nesday to the NCAA tournament at Colorado Springs is assured. The outcome…

… that order. * * * THE &LLINA showed their ex- pected strength in the dash and the hurdles while Michigan placed most of its men in the middle dis- tance events. Wolverine John Vallortigara started things…

….0. BRUNER finished in front of Willie Williams of Illinois, the de- fending champion, as they op- posed each other in the same heat in the lows. Wolverine .Jim Love also qualified in the highs. In the 880…

…, Minnesota 2. Wolverine victories came in the 220-yard freestyle, and the 400- yard freestyle relay. Scarlet and Grey natators splashed home first. in the 200-yard backstroke, 200- yard breast stroke, and one…

… statement that industry's position was "in- defensible." . . * PAT COONEY, George Chin and Doug Philpott paced the Wolverine offensive efforts, each notching two goals. Chin added a pair of assists to give…

… him four points, the top Wolverine individual effort for the night. The colorful forward was in- jured midway in the third per- iod when Lloyd Rautiola, Tech wingman charged into him as he was coming…

December 07, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… take out a peti- tion. Interviewing is done by the SL Cabinet which selects members of Men's Judic. Michigan Cagers Down Pi*tt, 85-78 Wolverines Blow Early Lead, Then Stage Rally in Final Quarter To Win…

… By DAVE LIVINGSTON Wolverine cagers blistered the nets with -31 points in the final period last night to erase an eight-point deficit and whip Pitts- burgh, 85-78, before a cheering Yost Field House…

… the decisive fourth stanza began, Codwell poured in a one- hander and a free throw in the first 30 seconds to narrow the margin to five points and initi- ate the Wolverine rally. Pitt's Mickey Zernich…

… opening hockey game of the season, but. it ended more like a back-lot brawl. When the smoke cleared, the Michigan pucksters were out in front 6-1 and on the scoreboard the Wolverines had taken the first…

… defen- sive zone turned into a free-for- all. After the altercation sinimered down, Alex McClellan and Telly Mascarin of the Wolverines, as well as Wally Behan and Charles Lundberg, St. Lawrence defense…

March 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… lead in last night's second round of the Big Ten swim championships. The Wolverines, hip-deep in All-American swimmers, captured 80 points to double the score on runner-up Ohio State. Indiana dropped to…

… individual medley. Tashnick swept Michigan's only two individual victories thus far in the meet. But the Wolverines, placing at least two men in the eight events on the program, piled high an insurmountable…

…, Ind. - The Michigan gymnastics squad trails Illinois in points after the first day, but the Wolverines lead in qualifiers for the finals. (See Page 3.) IOWA CITY-The Wolverine matmen have an outside…

March 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

… (eighth or ninth) no matter what the outcome. The Wolverines are presently deadlocked with five other teams for runner-up honors behind champion Michigan State. Two Records Two new records will undoubted…

…'t know yet. We're going to experi- ment and see what happens." Johnson Ailing The coach added a note of inter- est to Wolverine fans about the Gopher ace. "Johnson had the flu last week and was out of…

Wolverines' open- er. Minnesota, Michigan's opponent this evening has two top sopho- more prospects in Gerald Butler, a 6'6" center, and Paul Lehman, a 6'5" guard. Another boy who probably will see action…

… against the Wolverines is 6'5" forward Dick Erickson. NU Sophomores Northwestern and Iowa, two of the teams tangled in the 6-way tie for second place in the conference, each has two good sophs. The…

Wolverines 90-86 triumph. Carpenter played on Kentucky's All - Star team against Indiana's All-Stars in their annual benefit game for the blind, in 1957. Last Place Badgers In last place this year but with…

January 07, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… Osterhout WOLVERINE CAPTAIN Bill MacFarland takes a shot at Michiigan State goalie Ed Schiller in last night's action at Demonstration Hall in East Lansing. Michigan won, 5-2, in the first of the two- game…

… that. Michigan completely dominated last night's contest before 2,130 fans until the third period when the Spartans were finally able to tally twice. The Wolverines had jumped off to a 4-0 lead in the…

… game. Wolverine coach Vic Heyliger credited goalie Ed Sch- iller of Michigan State with pre- venting the sluggish Spartans from being "entirely routed." Sch- iller had 26 saves for the evening. Michigan…

…. Rendall Scores Less than two minutes later, Rendall converted a 25-foot solo shot from the left side of the net for the Wolverines' second goal. The Spartan defense was com- pletely outmaneuvered with no…

… one, except Schiller, between Ren- dall and the goal. The Wolverines controlled the puck for the rest of the period and See DUNNIGAN, Page 4 U.S. Asks Reparation Of Russians Charges for Plane Shot Down…

January 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

… Wildcats showed ex- ceptional shooting ability, as they downed a good Michigan club Monday night on the Wolverines' floor. The winners had to fight for their life the same way they did in their opener…

… against Iowa. Some Panie Northwestern exhibited a bit of panic under the press, in much the same way as the Wolverines did against Purdue. The Wildcats, though, as did Michigan in its vic- tory, had enough…

…- ines b3y finishing second at the Sarasota, Fla., competition. Like four other Wolverine gym- nasts who placed high at the six- dav clinic and meet, Cole and Newman competed unattachedd No Team scores…

May 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 155) • Page Image 7

… 1 p.m. Purdue and Ohio State will be out to continue their domination of the Michigan team, which they have established in their two pre- vious meets. Home Advantage Saturday This time the Wolverines

… missed the last meet because of academic obligations. Purdue has been heads above the Wolverines and Buckeyes thus far, and it will take great improve- ment in either squad to beat the Boilermakers…

May 07, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

…'s golfers had the inevitable bad day yesterday. But two of the Wolverine links- men who haven't been making- the headlines pulled a 16-11 win over Michigan State out of the fire for Coach Bert Katzenmeyer…

… lunchtime mainly through the ef- forts of their number one doubles combination. CaptainJack Zinn and Chuck Davenport each carded 74s to shut out Wolverine captain Dean Lind and Dick Evans by a 3-0 margin…

…'s mark of .316. In the field things were look- ing up for the Wolverines. Only two errors were made in three games, none proving serious. Don Eaddy, who is still having trouble finding the range to first…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… for the title the Wounded Wolverines were limping to a skimpy total of 13%/2. THIS YEAR, Canham's thinclads more than doubled their 1949 total to finish in second place two and one-quarter points behind…

… their performances. It was a sterling performance on the part of the Wolverines but where were the cheers for Canham? Why, they were being drowned out by the shouts of the Grandstand Coaching Associa…

April 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…'s Wolverine State. Applicants for counselors at Boy's Wolverine State to be held at E. Lansing, Mich., from June 18-25, $60 for 10 days plus room and board. Must be over 18 to apply. Summer Placement Service in…

January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

… night before nearly 3500 fans at the Coliseum. The Wolverines played the Frenchmen on better - than - even terms the first two sessions and were leading at the second inter- mission, 2-1, but bogged down…

…:33 for the only penalty of the contest, but the Wolverines could not capitalize on the advantage. It wasn't until 11:45 of the mid- dle period that the Wolverines fin- ally broke through the tight Cara…

March 07, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…., Ir~ 'I Wolverine Notes Ron Kramer gained Michigan's lone place for all-star basketball laurels, as the Associated Press named him to its second team All-Big Ten squad. Six seniors received first team…

… player for 1955-56. Downes was a goalie for the Wolverines in 1950-51. He lost his life in 1952 when his plane was shot do'wn over Korea. The trophy is dedicated by former hockey 'M' men, with the…

May 07, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

… in various campus activities. The retiring Wolverine Club President and lit- erary college vice-president has served on the Union Opera execu- tive committee and in Mimes and Druids honoraries. Between…

… acti- vities the economics major has managed to maintain a 3.4 average in the honors program. SHOPPING around for activi- ties as a freshman, "Bob" joined the Wolverine Club because it "of- fered…

February 07, 1957 • Page Image 15

… end of Lake Michigan. St. namesake of the Wolverine State 'o-war was referred to for a gen- James, as Strang came to be have played significant parts in oration as the "Iron Ship" or the known, had…

December 07, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…Gill used Michigan's overanxiousness to its advantage last night asit edged the Wolverines, 3-2, in this season's hockey opener. The Maize and Blue wanted to win this one for their new coach, Al Renfrew, but…

… g in their fifth game, showed that experience does make a difference as they generally out- played Michigan. The Wolverines fought hard, but it wasn't enough as the Red- men tallied the winning goal…

… at 15:36 of the final period to clinch the game.I Defenseman Len S i g u r d s e n notched the tie-breaker on a drive from the Michigan Blue line. Fwhich was unintentionally screened by a Wolverine

March 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

… ... key Wolverine ... 1,500-meter possibility 'M' Seeks To Dethrone OSU Swimmers Today Special to The Daily ' MINNEAPOLIS-Is this the year that Ohio State will finally be dethroned as Big Ten Swimming…

… might also have another crack at arch-rival Garry Morris of Iowa, in the 100-yd. freestyle. During the season, the two faced each other, with Morris just nip- ping the swift Wolverine by nine inches. The…

… be a wide open race. The Wolverines have not selected their entry as yet, but they figure to go with Pete Fries, Fritz Myers or Harry Wehner. Wehner finished very well last year against what See MEET…

December 07, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 62) • Page Image 4

… to know why? Well, I'll tell you why. It was because of the Illinois game. That was the only home Big 10 contest in which the Victors were not very valiant and, had we won that game, the Wolverines

… for the Wolverine Club from here. Either someone slipped somewhere or there is a dastardly plot in our midst, a plot so vile as to dwarf the deeds of Benedict Arnold, Pan- cho Via, Alger Hiss and…

… Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer. The circumstances involved in the cancellation of this rally should be investigated immediate- ly. Now if only the Wolverine Club would invite a speaker. -E. Sterling Sader…

March 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 113) • Page Image 2

…! Wolverine Special $79.61 plus tax. Will leave on April 5 and return Sunday, April 14. Call RICH- ARD'S TRAVEL AGENCY, NO 2-7414. )G29 RENT a clean car Daily, Weekly or Hourly Rates Reservatiouns made anywhere…

… Answers About Contact Lens." BETTER VISION CENTER Your occulist prescriptions filled 706 Wolverine Bldg. Fourth & Washington, 10 8-6019 )J6 EXPERT FOREIGN and Sports Car Service. Nye Motor Sales, Inc., 514…

March 07, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

… Northwestern marred the Hoosier record. By beating the Wolverines they could take the Eastern division title and move on to Champaign to battle Illinois, a team that had dominated league grappling for eight…

… IT REMAINED FOR THE WOLVERINES to go on from there to defeat Illinois for Michigan's first team wrestling championship,. KYER MODEL LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS To Answer Your Questions About ... ENGINEERING…

May 07, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… NOtch , preme authority, tiring in the seventh Iowa's ace, Bill Schoof, faced 20 helpless look- i ing Wolverine batters without giv- D efeat N U of Thailand ing up a hit. Clark Shines .w-. a Y T w., w…

… the morning cere- will be Dr. Fariz Zeiniddini, Syr- until the Wolverines' offensive second set as his service and net eral government order halting re- mony, President Hatcher will hold ian Ambassador…

December 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 62) • Page Image 2

… his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046 for reservations and information. )40P WESTERNERS Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl Special back to school Jan. 5 from L. A., Salt Lake City, Omaha, and…

WOLVERINE CLUB ROSE BOWL SPECIAL Leave Dec. 28, return in time for school. Complete club car and dining car service, leg rest coaches, low cost pullman, many optional features. Tickets and information at Adm…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 2

… Friday against Wisconsin, the only two matches the Wolverines lost. Ierron, playing in the number six position, won his singles match to throw the meet into a 3-3 deadlock, and then teamed with Lennie…

… drew Michigan even with his 6-1, 6-3 conquest of Bob Cornell. The Wolverine camp was again plunged into gloom as Hetzeck and Mackay were overpowered by Golden and Landin, 6-2, 7-5. TEAM Brooklyn Chicago…

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan