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February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…/, I1 9/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Wolverines stagger past W ildcats, 82-81 I r The best laid schemes .. . gang aglee By AL SHACKELFORD Northwestern's domesticated Wildcats might have…

… shuffle amidst Michigan's numerous bumbles. The Wolverines were leading the Wildcats 67-49 with 9:30 left, but came apart at the seams and were outscored 32-15 the rest of the way. Michigan's downhill slide…

… from close in. Sibley put a kink in Michigan's offense by pressuring Dan Fife so that the Wolverine guard had trouble getting the ball to Henry 4 Wilmore, the offensive whirlwind. Dominating play at both…

… that Michigan is getting the traditional "front-runner headache." "The reason we weren't smooth today is the 6-0," commented Orr. In other words, everyone is gunning for the Wolverines and the Wolverines

…. Orr was not pleased at his squad's lack of aggressiveness against Northwestern (Michi- gan was outrbounded 4843) and indicated that the Wolverines were la little too loose before the game. "The players…

… may be the answer to Michigan's third-guard problem. Still, as Orr commented, "any win is a good one." Yester- day's cliffhanger put the Wolverines at 6-0 in the Big Ten and, coupled with Purdue's 85…

…-81 conquest of dangerous Indiana, make them look more and more like the real thing. Every week those dreams of seeing the Wolverines in the NCAA Tournament come March get harder to put down. Hoosiers knock off…

Wolverine center Ken Brady. Michigan seemed to have an easy victory in hand after an ear- ly second half spurt built the Wolverines' lead up to 67-49 with' 9:45 remaining. But then things changed. Orr…

… Brady was playing with four fouls. The Wolverines came back to SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: AL SHACKELFORD life and held the lead by no fewer than six points until Crandall moved Northwestern to within…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…Page 28-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Doily 'M' nine thrown into. World Series NW U U E r t WE m - NoW : w y IfU Pitchers propel Wolverines to 3rd league title in four years By JAMIE…

… TURNER The 1978 edition of the Michigan baseball team did not have either outstanding talent at many positions, nor significant depth past the front liners. Nevertheless, the Wolverines were able to mold…

… result, Leach ended the season with a .404 mark, shattering former Wolverine Bill Freehan's record for hits in a season (56) with 61. Of the other members of the Wolverine lineup, only cat- cher Jim…

Wolverines got hot. And did they ever. Michigan's starting staff of Steve Howe, Craig McGin- nis, Tom'Owens, Steve Perry and Bill Stennett along with reliever Mark Clinton choked off enemy bats day after day…

…. Until the final two games against Southern California (10 earned runs) and North Carolina (7 earned runs) in the NCAA's, the Wolverine hurlers had an ERA of under 3.00. Leading the way in every pitching…

Wolverines advanced to the World Series where they won once before dropping two straight; first to the eventual champion Trojans and then to the Tarheels. Once again, Howe was a focal point, defeating Baylor…

January 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 81) • Page Image 10

…, as the Hawkeyesrstole away with a 85-79 shocker over the 12th- ranked Wolverines before a stunned crowd of 13,315 at Crisler Arena. -JUNIOR ALL-BIG Ten guard Ronnie Lester was the adhesion that held…

…-1. Surprising. Iowa is now 2-0. The Wolverines still led, 68-67, with a litle more than six minutes to play. Then Lester went to work. W IN0 * .STA R - GAME ~ Tickets The speedy backcourt ace hit on two short…

April 07, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 149) • Page Image 13

… closes out its regular season with a home and home series again- st the Montreal Canadiens this weekend. The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 7, 1978-Page 13 WOLVERINES, TIGERS OPENERS DAMPENED nine not swi…

… Maybe Michigan's baseball team should play its games inside the Track and Tennis Building. Or maybe the Wolverines could play with an umbrella in one hand and galoshes on both feet. BETTER YET, why don…

… home the first goal from a position just to the left of Michigan goalie Mike Bucci. A few minutes later Rodgers' Wolverine counterpart, top scorer Chris Phillips, duplicated that effort on an identical…

… play. It was only the beginning of an ex- citing contest that saw the Wolverines go down to their second defeat this season by a 14-4 tally. ALTHOUGH THE fine play of Ohio State's talented midfielders…

… goal, which came shortly after the high point of action in the first quarter, was a moral crusher for the Wolverines. One of' the Wolverines' biggest problems was the penalty situation. Michigan was…

December 07, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 76) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 7, 1979-Page 13 by STAN BRADBURY THE STAGE is set. Michigan trails Toledo by just one point. The Wolverines have the ball and 45 seconds to kill before going for…

… another last shot victory. Somehow the Wolverines just know they are going to win it, just like they did on shots at the buzzer against Illinois, Indiana, Northwestern and Michigan State last year. The…

November 07, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 54) • Page Image 9

… State Purdue will send the Buckeyes on basis of overall record. IN ORDER for Michigan to main any realistic hopes of going to theI Bowl, the Wolverines must wint final two games at Purdue and at h against…

… has, but not woman. Women's swimming is in its 11th year here at Michigan as a varsity sport. Throughout those 11 years the. Wolverine women have kept pace with the fine tradition that has been a…

WOLVERINE tankers have dominated the Big Ten in recent years, capturing the last four Big Ten cham- pionships. They have also had more All- Americans and National Champions than any other Big Ten school…

… placing second five other times. Despite the loss of McCully, the Wolverines have 11 All-Americans returning, including: Mary Rish, Barb DonCarlos, Marie Palko, Sue Collins, Marion Stanwood, Kim Olson…

… (DonCarlos, Rish and Flaherty) and they have the training background to make this their best year yet." In the breaststroke, the Wolverines lost captain and Big Ten finalist Karen Rydland, but excellent…

January 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 81) • Page Image 12

… typified the entire second half for the Wolverines, who were stunned by the visiting Iowans, 85-79, yesterday. See story, page 10. 1 Lester, Iowa kayo Blue (Continued from Page>10) penetrate and pass the…

Wolverines to a six- point lead. But the Hawkeyes remained within striking distance early in the second half, finally gaining the lead for good on Lester's two free throws with six minutes left. THE WOLVERINES

December 07, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

…Pal age 12-Thursday, December 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily FOUL TROUBLE PLAGUES BLUE Griffith, Cards dunk Wolverine By DAVE RENBARGER Special to The Daily LOUISVILLE, Ky. -, Louisville…

… for us soon- for more information call (303) 449-3323 the young season for the sixth-ranked Wolverines, who opened with a pair of victories at home. Seventh-ranked Louisville upped its record to 4…

…-1. Down by a 64-54 margin with less than 13 minutes to play, the Wolverines faced every sort of adversity imaginable, but still managed to work their way back into the game. With three starters, including…

… Detroit 2, Montreal 2 New York Rangers 7, St. Louis 4 Minnesota 4, Los Angeles 0 * big guns Mike McGee and Phil Hubbard on the bench with four fouls each, the Wolverine substitutes sucked it up and began…

… desperately needed his bench, and it didn't let him down. Johnson ended up with 10 points, and ignited ergers Michigan's fast break in the second ha along with Mark Lozier. The othe Wolverine in double figures…

February 07, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… discussing the reasons for the disappointing showing of Michigan's basketball team in Big 10 play this season. That the Wolverines miss Campy Russell's 23 points and 11 rebounds per game is obvious-that they…

… distance. Each time, costly Wolverine miscues choked off their rally. In fact, Michigan's only come-from- behind road win all season was the double overtime victory at Illinois when Grote, Johnson and John…

… only partially true. The Wolverines won because their three inexperienced players in the lineup during the overtimes looked to Kupec and Britt for leadership. And both responded magnificently. For a…

… shot, the Wol- verine attack probably would have failed to produce in both situations. If the Wolverines are to make a serious run for a post-season tournament berth, someone must emerge in a leadership…

… by Minnesota's Mike Thompson. Grote, second-team all-Big Ten last year, has just been benched by Wolverine Coach Johnny Orr. Orr cited defensive problems for the demotion (see story in Sports of the…

… College to-I night and tomorrow.1 Colorado's Tigers are current-, ly in fifth place, four pointst ahead of the Wolverines. If Michigan has hopes of over- taking Colorado and finishing inG the top four…

… playoff berths, they must do well this weekend. t "That's right," explained Coach Dan Farrell, "We're still in the running but we must sweep Colorado this weekend. We have to."' The Wolverines swept Colo…

… revenge motive, the series isn't as crucial to the Tigers as it is to the Wolverines. Sauer stated, "We consider it an important series but after we play Michigan, we play Notre Dame, Duluth and Den- ver…

…, South Quad, Smitty Lounge Michigan has collected five " REFRESHMENTS AT ALL EVENTS splits in a row, three of them sponsored by Eastwind on the road. The Wolverines Michiqan Union 4139 have yet to win a…

… takes place, in which all entrants must perform like routines. Saturday, the optionals are held, when each tumbler performs his own individual routine. The Wolverines, coming off an impressive victory…

February 07, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… swim team in the country by Swimming World as they crushed the Wolverines 91-32. The depth on the Hoosier's squad was so great that the Wolverines were hard-pressed to salvage three second places' in the…

… nine individual swimming events. Michigan swim .. coach Gus Stager was somewhat disappointed with the re- sults, "I can't complain about some of the guys who swam '.,- Wolverines pin down victory…

Wolverine Juan Bello in the 200-yard free, IdallY sports NIGHT EDITOR: JOE MARKER despite Bello's fastest time of the season. I The only Wolverine win of the night came with Bruce McMana- man's victory in…

… the lower weights and a win at 177. Tom Littleton started things rolling for the Wolverine grap- plers by pinning Warren Out- law midway in the second pe- riod.. Littleton was quite nervous at the start…

… of the match, but seemed to loosen up after Out- law took him down in the first period. The Wolverine soph- omore quickly escaped, and the first period ended with Little- ton trailing 2-1. Littleton…

… Rapids' Jesse Griffin by Special To The Daily DULUTH -- Murray Keogan tallied his second goal of the game at 5:39 of overtime to give Minnesota-Duluth a 6-5 victory over the Wolverine Iders last night…

December 07, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…Custom Work: For an additional charge of 154 per letter, we will artfully imprint any message, name, number, etc. on the BACK of your shirt. For example: Satisfied with Wolverine pride; the Wolverine I has…

… arrived!; Endangered species ... Huskies; Wolverines ... the FORCE is with you!; Wolverines bowl over Huskies; Wolverines . . . you light up my life; Wolverines ride, Huskies hide!; Cindy I ...etc. I Choose…

May 07, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

… Big Ten battles next winter. "This recruiting year ranks with some of the better ones Michigan has had," Frieder said. "Only time will tell how these kids produce." The Wolverines signed 6-10 center…

… dur- ing his prep career, helped the Wolverines in two ways -coming to Ann Arbor and snubbing Minnesota. "Signing McGee was exciting," Frieder said. "There nust have been one hundred people outside his…

… captain Ken Walchuck. Jim Marshall with a 77 and Tim Von Tongren with a 80 rounded out the Wolverine effort. FCORES 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 5, Milwaukee I Chicago 7, Cleveland 5 , Minnesota 7, Toronto…

April 07, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 149) • Page Image 7

… couldn't be blamed if he left Ray Fisher Stadium yesterday with a smile on his face although he and his Titan teammates had just gone down twice to Michigan, 1-0 and 3-0, in the Wolverines' first home…

… side of the Wolverine infield gave Detroit first and third with two outs. Barnett then offered an omen of things to come when he grounded into a force play to end the inning. Helt gave up just two…

…, followed with another safety but Lonchar was cut down at the plate on a fine throw from rightfielder Pete Sulzicki. Kettinger, Lonchar, and Meyer combined for another Wolverine run two innings later…

… games cancelled by rain. Michigan has won three in a row after seven straight losses in Arizona at the beginning of the season. Wolverine hurlers have held the opposition score- less over 24 straight…

… University of Detroit. Though they managed nary a hit in the first game, the Wolverines took both ends of the double bill, blanking the Titans 1-0 and 3-0. CHESS Anatoli Karpov . . .a bright new star MIKE…

… gymnastics meet at Penn State." Michigan never say die gym- nasts gave it the ole college try yesterday in 'their attempt to en- ter the NCAA team finals today. The Wolverine's score of 318.65 left them in…

December 07, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 72) • Page Image 9

…, knocking off eventual confer- ence champ Ohio , State, and winning three straight until the Wolverines burst. their bubble with a 92-81 win in Ann Arbor. But Indiana continued to challenge the conference…

Wolverines and effectively kill their bid for the Big Ten Championship. BOARD EXAMS KAPLAN TUTORING CLASSES D.A.T.-January Exam Clases Dec. 27 thru 31 L.S.A.T.-February Exam Classes starting Jan. 4 M…

…. Bolhous- drrw with Penn State's tou-h Tra Lubert and downed Pitt's Jim Calgogmini to complete the Wolverine's victory over the Panthers. Double losses in 142, 158, 167, and 190 pound classes were not in Bay…

…'s plans, and he admitted that tron2er performances are essential in these divisions if the Wolverines ara +o be a wrestling pm nwr this s-9,on. Bev rided "Wo have good ri-th nd tqlhnt in the lower w…

December 07, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 78) • Page Image 16

… ITS TOTAL SUPPORT TO, THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN WOLVERINES IN THE UPCOMING ORANGE BOWL GAME. HAIL TO* THE VICTORS - MICHIGAN! BRIARWOOD 100 Briarwood Circle / Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Telephone: (313…

Wolverines will depend heavily on the freshman signal caller to guide them against the Okla- homa Sooners New Year's night. Starting halfback 'John "Lips" Niemeyer felt that might not be the case against the…

December 07, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 77) • Page Image 7

…-2 deficit in the third period, only to lose to Notre Dame, 5-4, with 15 seconds gone in overtime last, night in South Bend. The Wolverines played slug- gish hockey in the first two aeriods but carried the…

… triumphant return Former Michigan superstar Campy Russell, currently a reserve for the Cleveland Cavaliers, watches last night's game with the Pistons from a Cobo Arena bench. Russell, who led the Wolverines

… SE( Wolverin es A regiment of Volunteers from Big Orange country invadesf Crisler Arena today, as the ly t Tennessee basketball team jets in from Appalacia to battle' 4 Johnny Orr's Michigan Wol…

… Tennessee the following fall, Trsaterback ,-Seve Bartkow- Texas A&M, Junior. an a e usiuefrte The Wolverines will not see ski, California, Senior. and was a key substitute for the ome action again until the…

… the Wolverine surge with a pair of tip-in buckets, and has shown signs of replacing the departed Lionel "Main Train" Worrell in the hearts of the Crisler Arena faithful. Burrell McGhee, who has been…

… their match to give Michigan State a comeback 19-16 victory over the Wolverines. "This match is really a draw," insisted Michigan mat coach Bill Johannessen. "The referee called a stalling point against…

… to a weird evening which began when the public address system inad- vertentlydreplaced The Star Spangled Banner with 90 sec-I onds of silence. The surprises continued$ when Wolverine Jim Brown, slated…

…- pecially nice to start off a season with a win, and the Michigan swim team did lost that last night. The Wolverines a ____ ., CORES ,1 i i 3 I i s-lashed to a 75-48 decision over Bauer in the 200…

April 07, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… threatened When the Wolverines came up ginto the bottom half of in the tenth, getting men as far to bat in the bottom of the the seventh inning. Nursing a as third base but neither could eleventh inning of the…

… nightcap, 5-3 lead, Wolverine starter score. the decision had already been Lary Sorenson suddenly be- By the way, Weber finished made. If Michigan couldn't man- came wild and walked the the game for the…

Wolverines. age to break the 5-5 tie that first two Rockets he faced. His four and one-third innings of had stood since the seventh, the Michigan coach Moby Bene- work brought his total for the game would be…

… bad He was even sharper in the who had kept the Wolverines note, when he uncorked a wild first game, allowing only four in the game when he made a pitch that allowed the runners hits while striking out…

…Rekets I spite six hits in the first two and cruised home on a wild frames, the Wolverines could pitch. only put one run on the board. Michigan put the game away That came in the first when with a pair of…

January 07, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 79) • Page Image 11

… Baxter added Six Wolverines scored in 11 each. 1I By DON MacLACHLAN SINCE ITS DOUBLE-OVERTIME LOSS at the hands of Providence eight days ago the Michigan basketball team has a few new looks. The…

Wolverines are no longer top-ranked in the country and Joel Thompson has emerged as the new starting forward opposite co-captain John Robinson. The, junior jumping jack from Flint replaced the aggres- sive Tom…

… Lakers applied their press, closing the gap to 66-60, while Sims languished on the bench with four fouls. With Michigan still leading by six and 6:27 remaining in the game, Wolverine coach Carmel Borders…

… re-inserted Sims. But a mere two seconds later the senior from Detroit picked up her fifth foul. Fueled by Wolverine turn- overs, the Lakers overtook Michigan with two-and-a-half minutes remaining…

February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… Waschek with just seconds left on the clock to give him a 7-3 decision, and lead the Wolverines to their biggest triumph of the season. The meet was the second in the toughest weekend of wrestling of the…

… Hubbard eas- ily, scoring four points in t h e second period, and John Evashev- ski gave Huizenga all he could handle, with the Wolverine fresh- man relying on two points for rid- ing time to gain the draw…

Wolverines a 9-3 lead going into! Hubbard's match at 150. After Sanderson defeated Hub- bard, Tom Quinn of Michigan! widened the lead again by squeak- ing out a 2-1 decision over Todd! Rhoads in one of the…

… 7-2 decision. tumble over Minnesota Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-The Wolverine gymnasts hit their season's peak here yesterday, adding Minnesota to their long list of victims by 164.05 to 159…

….55. The victory gave the Wolverines their fifth straight dual-meet crown this year and ex- tended their dual-meet streak over the last three seasons to a phe- nomenal 37. It was the first time this sea- son…

April 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

…'s seventh walk and verine baseball team had their shortstop Gary Hass followed with opener yesterday afternoon against a shot up the box for a hit. Bowling Green. The Wolverines Following a ground out and a…

… over Wolverine hurler Jim Burton and shortstop, scoring both runners Mickey Elwood. and tying the game. In the first game, ace left hand- Burton worked out of jams in er Burton of Michigan went all ten…

…-toback singles but Burton got 14six in four innings, he didn't yield the next two batters, on a strike- a hit until the sixth-that being an out and on a forceout. infield hit. But in the tenth, the Wolverines

… performance in Michigan's 2-1 season debut yesterday, but they, win. The Wolverines had men at *. resembled the power-hitting Ben-: third in each of the first four inn- : gals of old in walloping the Cleve…

… generally fierce walked only one. Carrow and - f ":base-running. shortstop Mike Rafferty each had.The Tigers pounced on starter- two hits in leading the Wolverine .' :::";and loser Steve Hargan, winner of…

December 07, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 76) • Page Image 11

… nationals. We have about one person in each event that's good." The weight events are going to be a see more sports, pp. 12, 13, and 14 weak point for the Wolverines this season. "Debbie Williams can put the…

… runner, coming off a sterling cross-country season and having recently run a 5:08 mile in prac- tice. Lynn Fudala also had a good cross-country season, and will help to shore up the Wolverine distance…

December 07, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… Argentine singer 8 composer t THE ARK 1421 H1LCT., Ann Arbor 8:00 pm Thursday, Dec. 8th (COLAI) I Draw yourself to fame across the chests of the Wolverine Fans in .. . t Ihe 3trb u11 I I ROSE 10' L T…

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

December 07, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 74) • Page Image 9

…'s basketball team gets its first test of the season tonight when it tackles 16th rated Louisville in Crisler Arena at 8:05. The ninth ranked Wolverines (3-0) must contend with a Louisville starting five which…

…. ability has prompted such superla- tives as 'probably the most spectacu- lar player to wear a University of Louisville uniform.' He'll be sure to have a slam dunk or two to show the Wolverine fans, as he…

June 07, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 25) • Page Image 16

…-and finished with a .278 batting average. The Wolverines compiled a 30-17 reason record this year. -UPI * * * Lindsay top exec ST. LOUIS-The Sporting News has named Ted Lindsay, general manager of the Detroit…

July 07, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

… Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 14207. 79F709 PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS a Tbraughb B e b a vio r Modification. Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. c~tc STEVE'S LUNCH-Came for bome rooking. Breakfast all day, great soups and…

June 07, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 24) • Page Image 12

… hander with a 3-4 record and 4.6 earned run average at the Brewers' Spokane farm team. The Brewers said Sorensen would start against Baltimore tonight. Sorensen, who pitched for the Wolverines in 1976…

December 07, 1972 (vol. 83, iss. 75) • Page Image 7

….Y. clash By GEORGE HASTINGS So far in this young basketball eason, the Michigan Wolverines have won a couple of games over an average Notre Dame team nd a good Oregon State unit. But tonight, in the…

… unfamiliar confines of Nassau, N.Y., the Wolverines face their first excel- ent opponent of the season- Brigham Young. The Michigan club has been nconsistent, showing sporadic igns of offense, especially in…

… the econd half of the Notre Dame game, but it has not yet played well together as a team. But Wolverine coach John Orr knows that he must get his pl gether q'lickly for tonig test. For the Brigham You…

…-up changes are anticipated for the Wolverines, but Orr proved Mon- day against Oregon that he is unafraid to go to his bench, es- pecially John Lockard, John Kantner, and C.J. Kupec. The game marks another re…

December 07, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 73) • Page Image 9

… half, Michigan half points. I turned around, I thought I scored 10 unanswered points in After halftime, the Wolverines' saw him swinging so I swung a two and a half minute shot an awesome 81.8 from the…

… walls and balconies of: could do about that fight. I Memorial Gymnasium. thought they kept the game un- der control real well." THE WOLVERINES played The second half scoring show even for the first two…

November 07, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

… Martha Keys race .for the By ANDY GLAZER Special to The Daily WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.-All the little things fell apart for the Michigan Wolverines yesterday and Pur- due was there to pick up the pieces. And…

…. "I DON'T EVER LIKE TO DEPEND on winning a game on a forward pass' or a field goal," said Schembechler. "If you have to do that your chances of winning are slim." The Wolverines just never sustained…

November 07, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 56) • Page Image 7

… could have for the past two years," con- Basketball Association Sails. Now Dutcher is left with all the hockey team has been ser the Wolverines pulling their hair tinued Farrell, "but they've got loose…

… check from Gary Ross (4) of the U.S. Olympic team. The Bluesplit with the Olympians last weekend, win- ning 6-S in overtime on Friday and losing 9-7 on Saturday. Tonight the Wolverines host the Fighting…

April 07, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 153) • Page Image 6

… from Michigan State 14-8 yesterday for their first win over the Spartans in seven tries. The victory was particularly satisfying to the squad as lacrosse is now a varsity sport at MSU. The Wolverines

…- igan put on a 7 points burst to ice the contest. Bob Gillon lead the Wolverine attack with four goals and one assist. Tom Middaugh contributed three goals and four assists, fol- lowed by Skip Flanagan…

July 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 39) • Page Image 11

…Closkey said Luciola lay points to 400.86 for Thorburn. The bron- lichigan State Coach Jud motionless for 20 minutes until an am- ze medal went to Linda Cuthbert of e, Wolverine hoop coach bulance arrived to…

July 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 39) • Page Image 3

… on track" for ajournment See $4.6, Page 10 the Wolverines inside Michigan Stadium, too, now that former quarterback Rick Leach has graduated and signed with the Detroit Tigers. Happenings.. . ... are…

May 07, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

… / DIVORCED WORK- SHOP for men, women in transition. May 13-15. Bob, Margaret Blood, 769- 0046. 42F513 PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS Through: B e h a v i o r Modification. Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. eFtc XEROX AND…

September 07, 1972 • Page Image 19

… addition, establishments which hold state licenses risk having their licenses revoked if found guilty of violating the law. Women are no longer admitted for free to the Tuesday night races at Wolverine H a r…

September 07, 1972 • Page Image 31

… Tuesday nignt 'aces at Wolverine H a r n e s s Raceway in Livonia. "We had to do it or we would have lost our racing license,' a spokesperson said. "I don't see any reason for banning 'Ladies Day' but…

July 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 40) • Page Image 8

….S. Pan-Am hoop berth Wolverine hoop ace Henry Wilmore has been named to the team that will represent the United States in the Pan Ameri- can Games this summer the Unit- ed States Olympic Committee an…

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