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May 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

Wolverines inning, a drive over the left field were probably hoping for a down fence, to complete the scoring with pour to postpone the contest. But the Wolverines ahead 9-3. A dou- by the end of the frame the…

…. MARK CARROW gained the The second inning, which was ; win with a brilliant relief stint. delayed twice by rain, began with Carrow relieved Fife in the third the Wolverines trailing Western, with the…

… Rafferty followed rally in the seventh and last in- :: ning. Three walks in the seventh Special To The Daily Redmon's homer with singles to -Daily-Larry Robbins WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Chuck Schmidt, one of…

… is the umpire. Yesterday Schmidt had two hits including a three-run home run over the left field fence. Christman gained his first win of the season as the Wolverines took an early 5-0 lead and had…

… little trouble in holding on to the vic- tory. Last Saturday the Wolverines staged two late inning rallies to capture a doubleheader from In- diana by scores of 9-4 and 6-5. In the opener a five run ninth…

… the strength of hitless relief. Ironical- ly the Hoosiers took a leaf out of the Michigan notebook commit- ting eight errors in the double- header, many of which played key roles in the Wolverine win…

…. Then came yesterday's surprise win over powerful Western Mich- igan. The loss was only Western's eighth against 21 wins. This weekend Michigan hopes to continue their good play as the Wolverines meet…

May 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

… a highly respectable 5-1 onference record. The Wolverines ripped of five traight conference wins before .uccumbing to Indiana in the sec- ond half of a twin bill on Satur- I where else, managing only…

… two hitsA in the nightcap. Michigan had little trouble in the Saturday opener. SophomoreI hurler Steve Evans went all the way as the Wolverines banged out a 5-1 decision. Right-fielder El- liott Maddox…

…- Wolverine third-baseman Glen ThinC-ad trpO Purdue in triangular Redmon got a walk in the fourth with two outs, and stole second. Doug Nelson followed with a soft fly over the head of Hoosier sec- ond…

…. ONCE AGAIN The Wolverines mounted an- other threat in the sixth. With two outs, Andy Fisher walked and Maddox drilled a single to left. The rally was once'again cut off, however, when Redmon flied out to…

… with 291 each. Next Wolverine Schroeder and Rod Sumpter, on the list was Frank Groves in blazed its way to a victory in the sixth place with a 294. Northern Intercollegiate G o 1 f Low man for the…

January 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

…, 99-81. Fortunately, there wasn't enough time between the Nebraska set- back and the confrontation at Cobo Hall for the Wolverines to sulk over blowing a 12-point lead with about seven minutes to go, or…

… being outscored 14-2 in the closing minutes of the game. Controlled Half The Wolverines controlled the opening half of the game at Lin- coln as they marched to a com- manding 41-31 halftime edge, in…

January 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

…-robin tourney in which Harvard, Boston University, and Northeastern were entered besides Michigan, the Wolverines defeated Harvard 4-2 by stifling a last-period rally. Michigan was the faster and stronger team…

… until they slowed in the third period. The Wolverines let a 3-0 lead dwindle to a single goal in the final period before sophomore wingman Dan Walter bounced the puck over the goalie's glove at 18:27 to…

January 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 83) • Page Image 7

…. becky, Wiste outskated his pur- the Wolverines had a man ad- Junior right wing Jim Wiste, suers and beat Keough from the vantage. Denver's top scorer this season, ight side. Taking Advantage netted two…

… cross-checking at 14:08. skated toward the Wolverine net early in the game when senior The Pioneers put the pressure on on a three-on-two break with center Lou Geddes slapped in a and one minute later…

… sophomore teamates Cliff Koroll and Keith rebound while the Wolverines were center Tom Miller jabbed in the Magnuson. two men short due to penalties. puck for the fifth Denver score. After taking a shot at…

… and on Pioneer goalie Gerry Powers what proved to be the winning beat the outstretched Keough. after taking a pass from brother goal while his team was short- The Wolverine offense could not Lee and…

… loss was the first in twelve games for Michigan this season. The Wolverines played three com- pletely new lines in the game due to the departure through grad- uation of All-American Mel Waka- bayashi…

December 07, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 82) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fact Nine I Wye , W, .Toledo blasts lax cagers; Icers edge MSU, 2-1 Wolverines rocked, 89-76; , Spartans roll over Western By DOUG HELLER By The Associated Press EAST…

… LANSING - Frustration was the name of the game for Michigan's basketball team last night. ' The Wolverines presented Tole- do with a gift 45-38 first half lead and were unable to recover as the Rockets took…

… "missed shots." Still, the Rockets were able to shoot 61 per cent in the first half and 54 per cent for the game. Wolverine assistant coach Fred Snowden said, "Toledo had a much better game than we had anti…

…. A . I - ---5- in the first half. However, at the While the Wolverines were not f ?. start of the second half he was feeling their oats Goalie Jim slapped with two debatable fouls Keough kept State…

… smiled as he said, "I don't know how well we'll be FIRST PERIOD SCORING: None. trying every conceivably combina- able to come back. We haven't had GEaInS: ( g 1(slasi ng) 1:1; tion but the, Wolverines

… Geoff Henson. To fill '45, When Wolverine wrestling wat- one of these two wrestlers will 4 chers return next semester, the probably move up. Michigan matmen will have com- Jim Sanger, just edged out by…

…, which some Wolverines meet, the team will go to Bloom- will enter, is "not quite as tough ington to wrestle Indiana. all the way through," according to Bay. 1 Two other tournaments, which G y nasts floj…

… got underway 1a s t The Wolverines have a tentative night as' Michigan crawled away list of point getters, but as* Bay with an unimpressive score of says, "It's hard to tell who's go- 153.425 as…

December 07, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 66) • Page Image 15

… to grab a pair of skis and head for the hills are urged to join now, for the $3 membership fee. r sr ,/ V v Oi i/ i/ V r/ v WILKIE STOPPED--Michigan Tech's Phil McVittie makes the stop on Wolverine

… Oosterbaan and Tom Cole experience against tall teams. The presence of two strong defensive teams in 'the tournament should also give the Wolverines some val- uable experience. Hockey... With student fans on…

… vacation the Wolverine hockey team will play a home series with the North Dakota Sioux on Dec. 15 and 16. The Sioux, according to Michi- gan Coach Al Renfrew, have "a really good team." North Dakota is…

…- ney. Michigan's competition in this three day series will be RPI, Yale and McGill. RPI will prob- ably offer the Wolverines the most competition. Like Michigan, RPI is loaded with Canadian personnel…

…, and was one of the outstanding eastern teams last season making the NCAA playoffs. The Wolverines will play all three teams on successive days, Dec. 28, 29 and 30. Track ... Track Coach Don Canha.n will…

December 07, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… "destroy- ed" the Wolverines. "We just couldn't contain their big men," Strack moaned, "we just couldn't keep them off the boards." After holding the Blue Devils at bay most of the first half, Duke finally…

… Sullivan free throw gave the Wolverines their only second half lead at 44-43. Lewis' lay-up at the 17:34 mark gave the Blue Devils a -lead they never relin- quished. From here to the final buzzer Duke…

… Blue Devils within two at 29-31. As Duke of Devils Spark Wolverine Demise trotted back on defense Bubas jumped off the bench and told them to go into a 2-3 zone, aban- doning the old man…

… might also help us to do a better job on the boards." In that first half, in which Michigan held the lead for almost 17 minutes, the Wolverines out- rebounded the Blue Devils 33-15. Also, Jim Pitts got…

… over there who can hurt you if you're not careful," forecasted the Baron. Unfortunately, Wolverine coach Dave Strack wasn't present for Rupp's revelation. His forever- struggling band of cagers fell prey…

January 07, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… performer Alex FrecskaE linquished the Big Ten crown was have also departed. at the turn or tne decade in 1960. Three returning .seniors headed The Wolverine gymnasts have by team captain Ned Duke are taken…

… five consecutive conference still around, however. Duke is the titles and one NCAA team chain- Wolverine ring performer and a pionship in the succeeding time fine steady competitor in the all- span and…

… State Chilvers, rings, high bar and --where the Wolverines have a vaulting; Dick Stone, rings; Phil 19-year-old tradition of winning, and Chip Fuller, floor exercise The meet starts at 3 p.m. for any…

… palatial Yost Field House and begins at 8 p.m. The Wolverines have not lost a Big Ten home game in over a year. Ticket office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is located in the Athletic De- partment…

… Michigan's hockey team, just a few steps behind Ursula Andress, travelled by air to blustery Min- nesota yesterday looking for their seventh and eighth victims of the season. The Wolverines don't plan to use…

… conference play and 3.22 gpg for with a 15-foot jump shot and the for Michigan as they kept the all games this season. crowd went wild. Wolverines out of the WCHA Frank Zywiec and Jim Branch "But I never said…

May 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…wIN19 PAGE SIX TUF MICH~IGAN UTNU X ii G l l i lJ i V L'11\ .UIt11 L Y FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1965 5 M' Diamondmen, Netmen Put Records on Line Wolverine Nine Face. Hawke yes, Gophers Tennis…

… Team Meets Wildcats, Badgers 11 Six of one, half a dozen of another? Wolverine diamondmen hope not as they near the half-way point of the season smack on top of the Big Ten with a perfect 6-0 record…

…. The Wolverines saw a 10-game winning streak snapped Tuesday Jackson Hits, Pitches Cubs To Victory By The Associated Press Larry Jackson drove in three runs with three hits, including . a homer, and…

… Iowa in a single game today and Minnesota in a doubleheader Sat- urday. The Wolverines leading hitter, centerfielder Dick Schryer, is ex- pected to be back in action today after missing the Western Michi…

…" refers not Boone but to Michigans' sive conference play last The Wolverines defeated sota, Purdue and Iowa, each time by a 9-0 score. But now it's May, and1 men receive a severe te and tomorrow as they jo…

…- with Northwestern third with 43 (ND) def. Brian Flood, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; month. points. The Hoosiers, along with Minne- the Wolverines, Wildcats and winning Badgers, are rated to be in the race this year…

… Indiana. Coach Bill Mur- tern and phy had not put too much weight NEW BOOKS on the Wolverines first three con- s ference victories, saying that he be de- expects the Wildcats will likewise )mbining have…

February 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

… the strongest collegiate * hockey power in the state of Michigan. Last season the Wolverines were home to defend a ten game win streak when they met the Huskies who were also in the thick of the…

… championship race. Then the Huskies'did what few teams have been able to do and swept the series on Coleseum ice, knocking Michigan out of the race for the top spot in the WCHA. This season the Wolverines go…

Wolverine mentor Al Renfrew wasn't over- ly optimistic about the chances of such a' sweep, noting, "it's tough to talk about a sweep in Hough- ton, Tech is rough any time but they are especially murderous on…

… ! home ice," fNevertheless, the Wolverines are coming off of what was probably their finest performance of t h e season, last Saturday's 5-0 white- washing of Minnesota, and Ren- frew is hoping that the…

… very encouraging aspects for the offense. In last week's series the Wolverine scor- ing attack was more balanced than in any series this season. The eight goals tallied by Wol- verines were countered by…

March 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

…- day, midway through the finals of the 57th Annual Big Ten Indoor Track Championships. "And the doors were locked," Martin said wryly. His experience sums up the fate of the Wolverine cindermen, ex- cept…

… that they found themselves locked out rather than in, garnering only 21 points for a fifth place finish. The meet marked the worst performance of a Wolverine track squad since 1958, when the Mich- igan…

… . . . led to the Wolverines' demise. "We should have been third," remarked Mich- igan's head track coach, Don Can- ham, at the meet's conclusion. "You can't criticize Jack Har- vey," Canhamn noted, "because…

… he's been bothered by a sore arm." Harvey, the Wolverine captain, and winner of the shot put in 1966, finished second to Bob Hawke of Wisconsin. Harvey's best toss was 56'7%", while Hawke managed a 57…

… cost us some valuable points too," Can- ham continued. "I know he's cap- able of a 4:06 mile right now." Sick And the illness. The Wolverines had been bothered by flu and bronchitis for the two previous…

… State's John Spain and Michigan's Kut- schinski. All are sophomores and all had bettered the existing con- ference record the week before. Last Chance Kutschinski, the last Wolverine hope for a victory at…

… conclusion of the mile. Kutschinski took third in 1:51.1, his best time to date. "I just ran a poor race, and they ran good ones," the Wolverine entry ex- plained. "I thought the pace would be faster. When I…

… jump. Wolverine sophomore Gary Knickerbocker and Spartan Mike Bowers left the remainder of the field stalled at 6'7". Both cleared 6'9", but Bowers was awarded first place on the fewest number of misses…

…. Clarence Martin, another Mich- igan sophomore, earned fifth with a jump of 6'6", but Rick Hunt, defending outdoor conference champion, failed to add points to the Wolverine column. He also jumped 6'6", but…

January 07, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

… from Page 1) Much to the surprise of the dusky fans, the Wolverines took he play awayfrom the locals right rom the start, and finally opened he scoring at 13:10 of the first eriod. With Tech captain…

…'s captain Red Berenson, :illing a Wolverine penalty, stole Tech pass deep in Husky terri- ory and matched Babcock's shot ,o make it 2-0. Sullivan, however, made it 2-1 t 6:17 of the second period with…

… to win them all. In the same breath, however, he complimented the Wolverines for taking the play away from his boys in the third period. By TOM WEBBER Special To The Daily ILLINOIS TRIUMPHS, 91…

… Big Ten basket- ball opener to Illinois, 91-71. The Wolverines went 6:23 into the second half before scoring their first basket and made fre- quent errors in dropping their sixth straight game. Michigan…

Wolverines actually had a three point lead in the first period. The game was very close until Michigan's top scorer John Ooster- baan, twisted his ankle and was forced to leave the game for a short time…

…, Pitt's August Arrigone, in their Next week the Wolverines will 167-lb. match yesterday at Yost Field House. Corriere crunched be thrown to the Buckeyes at Arrigone, 12-4, but the Panthers and Wolverines

… fought to a 13-13 Columbus. standoff at the meet's end. Wolverines, Panthers Tie, 13-13 h1,, CHAMPAIGN-Tied 48-48 with one event left, the Michigan gym- nasts finally fell to Hal Holmes and Illinois 60…

… the still rings. It was those three events which brought Michigan from a 32-16 deficit into the tie. Top Wolverine performers were Gil LaRose who scored 22 points, including two firsts and two seconds…

… Indiana, but he was too late to help more here or in the 400-yd. relay. Darnton also gave the Wolverines a temporary lead in the 500-yd. relay. FG 4-14 7-15 7-14 3-10 3-16 1-2 1-3 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0…

… early 3-0 lead when Richard Mar- tin, Eastern Collegiate Wrestling Association 123-1b. champion, and third place winner in the NCAA toufnament last year, edged by the Wolverines' Nick Armelagos, 3-2,.on…

May 07, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

… the fifth. The five- onds in Michigan's 8-0 drubbing of Illi- run fifth began like the first with the nois yesterday, has won all five a line single to right field by Si of the Wolverines conference…

… six and Spicer, but Simonds was hits in the game, and received thrown out in an attempt to take plenty of help from his team- third.X mates as the Wolverines clouted Right-fielder Bara advanced to 14…

… inning when ed with a sacrifice fly by pitcher Dick Schryer, who had singled and Reed to bring Sygar home. advanced to second on a walk to The remaining two Wolverine Scalp huml, 8-0 were scored in the…

… third and, th. In the third Tanona walk- and was driven home on sin- by Spicer and Simonds. Sim- s, like Bara, had two RBI's for day. monds crossed the plate with final Wolverine run in the eighth frame…

… and all three of the doubles contests. The only Wolverine to lose in singles was Ed Waits, who lost the number four singles match to Wildcat Dave Crook, 6-3, 6-2. The other Michigan singles players all…

May 07, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Trackmen Rank Among Best By MICHAEL RUTKOW SKI The recently released Final Re- port of the Track and Field News shows that the Wolverines rank…

… mile relay 14th with 7:39.7. Host Chicago Club This weekend= the Wolverines will play host to the Chicago Track Club. This will be the only home meet of the season for Michigan. Then only the Indiana…

… an in- jured elbow. At Monday's practice, he said that his elbow was improv- ing but he still felt some pain. The Wolverine gymnast is hoping that it will be fully recovered by the end of the summer…

April 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

… Still building for the Big Ten season, Michigan's baseball team limbers up with a four-game home stand this weekend. The Wolverines host Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader this afternoon and Detroit in a…

…-0 Wolverine win gave Zahn a 2-1 won-lost record. EMU Worries Benedict Coach Benedict anticipates a rugged twinbill against Eastern, as EMU has just returned from a southern spring trip with a 5-5 record. "Of…

… Meet at Michigan State in East Lansing. This is an important meet for the Wolverines in that it will en- able Coach Newt Loken to see how well these upcoming varsity gymnasts measure up under com…

…- petitive conditions. Seven seniors, who played vital roles in propel- ling the Wolverines to a second place finish in the Big Ten and a second in the NCAA finals, will be lost through graduation, and…

… 9, Los Angeles 2 New York (N) 2, St.cLouis 1 (10 inn) Chicago (N) vs. Chicago (A) at Ar- lington, TeX. (mc) year, and could very well be the Wolverines number one man- on the parallel bars next year…

January 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 86) • Page Image 13

… Thompso's{ time lead which grew to a 77- M Thir The Wolverines pulled away in the second half. Russell scored 10 points in tour minutes, working from both outside and from the low post. George Pomey, who…

… the most unpredict- apart and Michigan finally came :able basketball seasons in recent alive. In the last four minutes, the years, the Wolverine basketball Wolverines scored 17 points to the squad has…

…-Rec activities OPEN HOUR for Women Students at Barbour Gymnasium, Tuesday nights, 7:30-9:30 r { The Wolverines widened the gap -finest quality laundry- in the second half and won han- dily, 90-77. Larry Lembo…

… New dnd"Used -Daily-Jim Lines BIG BILL BUNTIN fires a sweeping hook shot over All-American Dave Stallworth in the Wolverines' 87-85 victory over Wichita in Detroit's Cobo Hall. The 6'7" center scored…

November 07, 1968 (vol. 0, iss. 60) • Page Image 11

Wolverines with Ohio State for first place. Now, during those four victories which the Wolverines' sport to date, a discernable trend is notice- able statistically: Data. It's sorta been like a plague. Game…

… after game, Wolverines and/or Wolverine(s) have been doing stuff - like running, pass- ing, intercepting, kicking. Our point here is that the Maize and Blue have been doing them more than anyone else in…

… completions, average and average of intercep- tions." This is commonly known as "passing." -Daily-Thomas B. Copt WOLVERINE HALFBACK RON JOHNSON (40) charges through a gaping hole in the Northwestern defensive…

… other gym- nasts earned themselves impres- sive titles last season which they must work to keep: In this first datum, we find Wolverine D. Brown first among conference big-wigs. He is prob- ably referred…

February 07, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Wolverine Icers Take Break in 1ho*10 Bernard Keeps Up Past Cagers Face Rough Road Slate . By DICK REYNOLDS Michigan's rampaging…

… hockey team will take a break from its quest for the WCHA title this weekend when ithmeets Ohiof University and Ohio State on the road.1 The Wolverines, currently the1 top scoring collegiate team in th…

… the beginning stages of developing an intercollegiate hock- ey program. In six WCHA games this sea- son, the Wolverines have served notice to its foes that it has! plenty of offensive punch, even…

…, sophomore forwards Mel Wakabayashi and Wilf Martin picked up the slack. Butler's in- jury has since healed. Wakabayashi fired home three goals for a hat trick and Martin' added a pair as the Wolverines routed…

… in league play on three goals and 11 assists. Not to be overlooked in the Wolverines fine 12-2 season's rec- ord is the goaltending, of Bob Gray. In 12 games, the senior from Owen Sound, Ont., has…

… it is as hard to win an away game as it was in the first half of the season. In the first 29 conference games, visiting teams were only victorious in five contests. The Wolverines won two of these away…

… games (Purdue and Michigan State) while dropping an encounter to Ohio State last Monday night in Columbus. Four of the Wolverines' last seven conference games will be on foreign courts. Starting with this…

… throws. Michigan has a .780 average which tops all other conference teams. Ohio State is next in line with a .745 average. Leading this Wolverine offen- sive attack are Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin…

January 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… verdict on the Wolverines. "Besides us, there are five or six other teams that have a good shot at succeed- ing Michigan," he qualified. ... and Cocky Northwestern's three losses in its last four games…

… ripped Tulane but was knocked off by Vandy. Going into today's encounter, the 'Cats boast only a run-of-the-mill 4-4 mark compared to the Wolverines' 6-4 standard. Northwestern's other loss was an…

January 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…, Carlin uCI* stole the ball out of Wolverine (Cari guard Rick Bloodworth's hands misses and broke downcourt with the then F winning layup. Jim Pitts caught on the dge Wolverines 77 -75 Drop Carlin in…

… time to foul, him ot in time to prevent the t. in missed his chance to put; ane on ice with a 3-pointI but forward Joe Franklin, esis for the Wolverines all oon, made the Badger lead Id as the -5 degree…

… stressed, for us, Ane Badge cal aft could team, ball ai last-se the ne and go Cont The biggest lead the Wolverines could hold in the second half was four points, but it was leveled to zero with two minutes…

… was named this this problem personally." mostly a game of catch-up for sent a June ballot consisting of week by President Johnson to the Wagman said that the most Michigan. The Wolverines were school…

… on financial and Minnesota Law School, was estab- it is is that it is furtive. There is The Wolverines also helped them- here, dooming the Spartans' dark- enrollment data which is as reli- lished last…

…. Ob- i served. The Wolverines managed to Around the conference, Michi- building markets. We also peel j scenity had certainly not im- ,In regard to the General Lib- catch up to within three points gan…

March 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 129) • Page Image 12

…Ii ng While the official history of wrestling at Michigan starts in 1921, the real story of Wolverine grappling begins with the 1924- 25 season. It was then that Clif- ford P. Keen became coach of the…

Wolverines. Even since then the mat mentor has guided his squads to one of the most successful won-loss rec- ords in sports history. Through the 1965-66 season- Keen-tutelaged teams had amas- sed 245 victories…

…-pound title and was named Outstanding Wrestler in the tournament. But many other 'special names' dot the picture of Wolverine wres- tling. In 1928, for example, four Michigan matmen formed the nu- cleus…

… Gymnastics has been a varsity sport at Michigan for only 20 years, but the Wolverines have compiled one of the best records in the Big Ten and across the nation. The gymnasts, under the lead- ership of former…

…. Besides finishing first in the Big Ten for six consecutive years, the Wolverines nabbed the NCAA team crown in 1963. Before their current conference string started the gymnasts placed second five straight…

… trampoline. The Wolverines, star- ting with Bob Schoendube back in 1948, have bounced to 11 Big Ten titles, seven NCAA champ- ions, six NAAU crowns along with the three world prizes and the world championship…

December 07, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 79) • Page Image 7

… Monday night trans- formed most any Falcon specula- tion of victory to pure bluff, for the Wolverines will have advant- ages unbequeathed by the Cagey Cougars. The Falcons rely on a fast-break team that…

… eight points against Wittenberg. Michigan's zone defense put the whammy on Bowling Green last year, and the Wolverines are hoping that it works again. If not, they'll have to find another potion to…

February 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

… kota, both fair-to-middling Mid- they p 1 o w through their thirdwestern squads. triple-dual meet in four weeks; The Wolverines wrestle Georgia Tech, Northern Iowa, and Eastern Michigan in that order…

…, beginning at 1:00 in 'Eastern's Bowen Field House. Of the Wolverines' three oppon- ents, Northern Iowa will probably Under its former title of the State College of Iowa, Northern has had a long history of…

… team to a runaway vic- three, Eastern is somewhat thin, tory against Wisconsin. The Wolverine line-up includes Like Iowa, Illinois has a sched- a number of new faces. Wayne ule 'which works against them…

November 07, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… clear in yesterday's 23-3 victory at Il- linois. Gabler passed to Clancy, Michigan's all-time high pass catcher, four times for 66 yards. Wolverines Smash Illini, 233; GbeWard S ore Touchdowns The…

… field, sort of smiling down and Michigan dominated the toe-to- toe from its first offensive drive. Carl Ward led all rushers with 139 yards, and spearheaded the Wolverines' 306-yard g r o u n d attack…

February 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

… a team." Michigan hockey coach Al Renfrew made that comment last week following a two-game series in Minnesota, where double wins had moved the Wolverines into fourth place in the WCHA stand- ings…

… Huskies, two wins and one Hopes High a t Midseason loss ahead of Michigan, arrive in two weeks to test the invincibility of Wolverine home ice - Michigan remains undefeated in the Col- iseum this season…

…. Michigan's league record stands at 7-3, all three, of course, losses coming on the road. The first two, against now second-placed Den- ver, opened the Wolverine's WCHA season. The remaining defeat - nine…

… Western Ontario game, when H a r o 1 d Herman took over. Keough's often spectacular goal- tending has kept Michigan in many a close game. All in all, at midseason things are looking up for the Wolverine

March 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

… which they outscored the Wolverines by 51 points. In the one-meter event Indiana cop- ped first, second, fourth and sixth, 500-YR. FREESTYLE -- 1. Robie (M). 2. Walsh (MSU). 3. Webb (I). 5. O'Connor (M…

…, NCAA, American record). eleventh, respectively. But the ands off the record with a 16:42.- another of Michigan's strong Wolverines didn't take much of a 76. O'Connor finished a strong points as…

December 07, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

… ment. The model for the question- Jim Hinga, Ball State mentor, basket. Clawson turned in another will be a special supplement of the nawhich was onjudged by useMcKeaornhie termed the Wolverines "better…

…. Wolverines managed to hold Ball to the extent that the evaluations questionnaires for a course is suf- State to a meager 35 per cent can be informed opinion, they may ficient to give an accurate pic- p"I must…

…, warning again that delays "are no longer tolerable." 'M' Squashes C By BOB McFARLAND ups with John Thompson adding a free throw. As the buzzer sounded ending After that initial Wolverine the first half of…

…, which was well count, that was the highlight of enough for us to win easily." an evening of activity for Wolver- All's Fair ine cagers, as Michigan's varsity Win easily the Wolverines did, I I …

April 07, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 143) • Page Image 8

… benefit of- sportswriters. The loss ousted the Wolverines from the finals and came as a sharp reversal to a previous meeting of the two teams. Michigan had bombed Duke in Ann, Arbor three months before, 83…

April 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 158) • Page Image 9

… Spartans twice. The score of the 'A' game was 6-0, while the Wolverines really romped in the 'B' contest, taking it 14-0.' The Spartans took' it on the chin, in the teeth, and across the chops, as the…

…-lacing complete, t the Wolverine ruggers charged off to celebrate the double-drubbing with a party. Houston have been shifted to Wednesday, the first two for the afternoon and the Astros' game at night. Tuesday…

January 07, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 85) • Page Image 7

… show just what they'll be up against in trying for their first Big Ten championship since 1960. The Wolverines face Wisconsin today in a dual meet and will par- ticipate in the Big Ten Relays tomorrow…

… relays and a diving relay. Last year, at their home pool, the Wolverines took eight of the 11 events, outscoring power- ful Indiana 104-76. Michigan WELCOME BAC K STUDENTS! -5 Barbers to serve you- at…

October 07, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

… game out of reach. The Spartan defense presents alignments which the Wolverines have not seen often. "They're as tough as they were last year," states Elliott. In 1963 State led the Big Ten in total…

… the beginning of the season, is seriously cut with Dick Proebstle still out with a head injury. In Ann Arbor, Elliott hopes to have the Wolverines improve their play execution. He called the of- fense…

December 07, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

… played fairly sloppily in the low-scoring first half as the Panthers for the most part r outplayed the Wolverines. At one point Pittsburgh had a seven-point * f lead-its biggest of the night. But for the…

…'s John Frid4 team-in the half. He also caught (11) seems about to have things well in hand. the crowd's fancy with his ag- gressive play. 'M' Leads at Half FOREIGN DOCTORS: Only once were the Wolverines

March 07, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

… the Wolverines' second straight conference title with 38 points in the runner-up spot. Northwestern and Indiana both have 31, and Illinois follows with 29. Michigan sends three wrestlers into the finals…

… night, but also to the slew of last minute injuries which plagued pre-meet favorite, Wisconsin. The Wolverines qualified men in every event last night for the all important finals tomorrow afternoon…

July 07, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

… Daily HONOLULU - Dave Campbell powered Michigan back into the win column here Thursday eve- ning as the Wolverine baseball squad scored an 8-2 victory over the Subpac Raiders. It was Michigan's 39th…

…. - Campbell Hits Campbell slammed a honerun and a double to drive in half of Michigan's runs. Almost the whole Wolverine team got into the scor- ing act as they gave pitcher Fritz Fisher a solid lead early in…

March 07, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…-29 halftime lead, then hit the first basket of the second 20 minutes to start the Wolverines off on a scoring binge. Not Whole Show However, the Herin, Ill. star was not the whole show as he was Saturday with…

July 07, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…" game has been ex- hausted, the first being the con- test with Michigan State at East Lansing. The Wolverines' game with Wisconsin at Madison on Oct. 29 is the only road contest for which tickets are…

May 07, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…. Reward. A49 PERSONALE WOLVERINE CLUB sign-ups for sub- chairmen, 3-5 P.M., Monday-Thurs- day, 2522 SAB. F31 - 4 FOR THE BEST IN MUSIC it's Johnny Harberd - Bob Elliot - Boll Weevils - Andy Anderson…

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