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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…

January 07, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… Kan Daily Staff Reporter Many students faced scheduling headaches and ended up skipping the first day of classes yesterday when technical problems with Wolverine Access made viewing course information…

… impossible. Administrative Information Services reported that Wolverine Access - the University scheduling website - was experiencing a web traffic problem. University spokeswoman Julie Peterson said the…

April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…, but the Wolverines struggled to a second consecutive 14th-place finish. Today Mostly cloudy; High 58, Low 36 Tomorrow Mostly sunny; High 56, Low 34 V Itttl *rnly One hundred and one years of…

… time came up short last night as Duke held off the Wolverines, 71-51, in front of 50,379 at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. Christian Laettner and Grant Hill teamed up to halt Michigan…

June 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… Univer- See HARASSMENT, Page 4 AP Photo Wolverine freshman Barry Larkin beats the throw to Maine's second baseman Jeff Paul for a fifth-inning double in College World Series action Saturday. Michigan…

…). But there is no guessing who the Wolverines must stop - the nation's leading hitter Dave Magadan. The Wolverines must beat Alabama and at least three other opponents if they are to win the Series and…

November 07, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

… as a "dress rehearsal." It was his finallook at the team before the season. He expected there to be some kinks to work out, and there were plenty. The Wolverines' offense went on an almost seven…

…- tunities off offensive rebounds to build a lead big enough to silence the crowd. And the Wolverines shot 59 percent from the free throw line. And that was just the first half. Last night, the Crisler Arena…

January 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

… Superior State must at least split with Michigan at Yost Ice Arena this weekend. That's because the top-ranked Wolverines are nine points ahead of second-place Lake State. John Candy could steal second base…

… with a lead that large. If anyone else in the conference is going to catch the Wolverines, then Michigan will have to start slumping soon. Lake State (9-4-0 CCHA, 13-4-0 _}&' yW overall), which is ranked…

… in scoring. The three- some also play on the Wolverine power play, along with Knuble and freshman Brendan Morrison. "We're kind of nervous about them on the power play," Laker goalie Blaine Lacher said…

… HOCKEY, Page 8 I.4" KRISTOFFER GILLETTE/Special to the Daily The No.1-ranked Wolverines host second-place Lake Superior State in two games at Yost Ice Arena this weekend. Museum receives 4 Picasso…

November 07, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…-6 Loss of Daley and Pregilman Felt In Wolverines' Spotty Performance Michigan's Wolverines informed 20,000 fans that they missed Big Bill Daley and Merv Pregulman by their ragged performance in downing a…

… freshman heaved a touchdown aerial< BOB WIESE . line-bucking Wolverine full- back who has been given the job of filling the shoes of Big Bill Daley. And he did a creditable job against Indiana, gaining 100…

…, Hunchy was trapped in the end zone on an attempted pass and stepped out for a Michigan safety. For the Wolverines it was their fourth straight Conference victory and their sixth win in seven starts. The…

… his ,stride, sparked the Wolverine offensive in the first half. The Bad- ger-turned-Wolverine bucked across from the two after a 67-yard advance in the first period. And it was Hirsch, whose tally was…

… his eleventh -of the season, again when Michigan .made it 14-0 in the second period :t'he Wolverines were on Indiana's 43 when Hirsch faded back to midfield and flipped a high,, arching, wobbly pass to…

March 07, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… the game. Leading by 17 points with just over 12 minutes to play, the Wolverines relaxed and permitted Ohio State to get back in- to the contest before eventually dousing the Buckeyes, 77-72, last night…

Wolverines now stand at 15-2 in the Big Ten and 24-3 overall. Michigan sealed its 15th consecutive win, the longest streak in the school's history. Ohio State, meanwhile, fell to 10-7 in the conference and 18…

… record and then exploded after the inter- mission. Center Roy Tarpley, who led all scorers with 23 points, floated a hook 'shot through the hoop to begin a 6-point Wolverine spurt at the start of the…

… jdmper. When the Buckeyes finally collected their breath, at 12:53 of the half, a 54-37 score stared them in the face. The Wolverines' high-fives appeared, a few scattered number-1 signals were sent out…

… lay-up to pull the margin down to eight points, 64-56. After the Wolverines called a time- out, Stokes pumped in two more lay-ups and the lead was down to four with four See WOLVERINES, Page 8 1 1 . r…

December 07, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… cagers roll over No.11 Arkansai By GREG DeGULIS The Michigan Wolverines, buoyed by an in- credible 70 percent shooting average in the second half, slaughtered the 11th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks, 78…

…-65, yesterday at Crisler Arena. The upset victory over Eddie Sutton's cagers, which was viewed by a crowd of 12,128, may well propel the Wolverines into college basketball's illustrious Top Twenty. MICHIGAN…

… timeout with Arkansas on top, 17-9, Frieder chose to forsake the 2-3 zone defense in favor of a man-for-man, and the Wolverine resurgence commenced. 78-65 "WE STARTED TO rebound aggressively, and we began…

… to get some fast break baskets," Frieder noted. "When we got ahead, we remained on top of the situation. I thought our kids played with a lot of poise," the Wolverine mentor concluded. In stark…

Wolverines. "WE PLAYED WELL the first ten minutes," Sutton said. "'Then we eased up on the defensive end. Also, at times our shot selection was horren- dous. We created shots for ourselves instead of let- ting…

March 07, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… fitting close to the Big Ten season for the Michigan Wolverines - a team that has had to work and scrape for all of its victories. Trailing for most of the second half, Michigan never let the Wisconsin…

… rebounds which put him at the 600 mark for his career. That makes him only the seventh player in Wolverine history to score 1000 points and grab 600 rebounds in his time at Michigan. The 6-7 senior went…

… over the 1000-point mark last Thursday against Purdue. The Wolverines trailed Wisconsin, 74- 71, with five minutes remaining when freshman guard Eric Turner drove into the lane, laid the ball in, and was…

…-up to give the Wolverines a 76-74 advaptage at the 3:41 mark. Thanks to somo poor shooting from the floor by Wisconsin and some clutch shots by Michigan, (the Wolverines shot 68 percent from the field in…

Wolverines to See 'M'1RALLY, Page 10 Doily Photo by KIM HILL Outfor a walk A University student strolls with his television set down State Street in front of the LSA Building. ODAY- Sticky regulations T HE…

July 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… DailySports Writer OMAHA - Michigan men's swim- ming and Club Wolverine coach Bob Bowman understands the ups and downs that come with the .S. Olympic trials. Just the top two fin- ishers in each event can…

… med- See SWIMMING, Page 8 Club Wolverine swimmer Michael Phelps won eight events and set two world records during the U.S. Olympic trials. …

May 07, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

… SPORTS Wolverines soar into postseason The Michigan softball team drew Illinois in the first round of the Big Ten Tourna- ment next weekend in Colombus. The Wolverines' stomped Michi- gan State 9-1 in five…

November 07, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

… seconds left in the game, Illinois (6-3, 5-3 in Big Ten) had a fourth and goal play staring it in the face with the ball resting on the Wolverine two- yard line. UNDER GRAY skies, quarterback Tony Eason…

… right tackle, straight into a wall of Michigan defenders for no gain. "There was nowhere to run," said Wolverine head coach Bo Schembechler as he puffed conten- tly on a victory cigar after his team had…

… the Wolverines. "The odds are against you and you're scared," said Boren. "When they have four cracks from the five, the odds are against you. THREE PLAYS netted a mere three yards; set- ting up the…

… run." BUT THE Wolverines weren't fooled by the run, as White had hoped. "Once we saw the set they were in, we were an- ticipating run," said Michigan linebacker, Paul Girgash, who was the game's leading…

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…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

May 07, 2012 (vol. 121, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… Weekly Summer Edition Monday, May 7, 2012 BASEBALL -Michigfan takes series over Iowa Wolverines win two respectively. In the late game on Saturday, games for first time Michigan struggled to find any…

… capitalized on them." the process - the most they have In the early game on Saturday, scored in a three-game series since the Wolverines scored two runs their series victory againsttIndiana- in the top of the…

June 07, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

… EASTERN MEET Although his field leader for next year has not yet been chosen, Trainer. Farrell, of the Wolverine track team, has already begun laying his plans for the coming season, the most import- ant…

….' down, Baker walked, Mc- I to center, but Captain Sis- scoring the run. Berger re- ,ehan and walked Howard, te's smash through the box During the next five innings but three Wolverines faced Berger or…

… Kel- ley in each inning. Sisler collected the only other Wolverine hit to start the sixth, but was caught off first by Gray. The score follows: Notre Dame -ABR HPO AE Newning 3b.%.....4 0 2 1 1 0…

January 07, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

… backcourts. Playing in all 12 games of the Wolverines non- conference schedule, he has averaged 9.8 points per game while providing Michigan with an explosive scoring threat. He had led the Wolverines in three…

… the winter term classes. Former president returns to familiar territory, new issues Wolverine cagers skin 'Cats, 92-69 By STEVE KNOPPER It was business as usual yesterday for the University community…

… healthy Terry Mills, but one would never have guessed that by the outcome of last night's game against Northwestern at Walsh-Ryan Arena. The Wolverines (12-1) routed the Wildcats, 92-69, winning. their…

February 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

… line last night, pulling out a 80-79 basketball squeaker that left Purdue coach Gene Keady crying foul and fouls left un- called. The Wolverines missed five of six free throws in one late stretch, four…

… tipped slightly toward the Wolverines, as Purdue edged Michigan in the foul-o-rama, 30-22. Three Purdue players fouled out, but the Wolverines gave the Boiler- makers a few chances to overturn all the…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

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…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…,8-3 Baker, Bucholz Pace Wolverines By HERB RUSKIN One big inning was all Michi- gan's baseball team needed to send a hard hitting Illinois nine down to defeat yesterday, 8-3. The Wolverines tallied…

…, he had the situation well in hand. * * * WILLARD BAKER paced the Wolverine attack with three of Michigan's eight hits and Bill Bucholz pounded out a three run homer for the Maize and Blue. Leading off…

… center, Raymond moving to sec- ond. Bucholz then took hold of one of Feldman's fastballs and sent it past the left fielder for a long home run, making it 7-3 for the Wolverines. THE MAIZE and Blue added…

… this afternoon at 2:00 with Bob Hicks being sent to the mound for the Wolverines. He will be opposed by either Horace Tangman or Wil- liam Lukitsch for Illinois. Southpawed. Faculty Supports Education…

May 07, 1915 (vol. 25, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

… meantime Wolverines to four hits, .ggers, by Benton and gle by Benton, and a ild hit by Waltz. These e the only ones who could ery of the Orangemen at TODAY Comedy club tryout, Cercle Francais rooms, 3:00 o…

… distance, which makes the Wolverines look good for a few points in the mile. "Red" Donnelly and Kuivinen will start the two-mile. Corbin, Catlett and Crumpacker will run the low hurdles, while the first two…

…'s bunt when Benton was racing and the Wolverine runner did not ve a chance at the plate. Ahearn, the Orange short-stop was gely responsible for keeping the tting average of the Wolverines be- w normal. He…

July 07, 1914 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

… south Ferry looked upon by Americans as a mon- field, and a full account of each will ster," said Regent Beal, "but we must be published in The Wolverine. The excuse many of his actions because he…

Wolverine con- taming the s-niume'session di- rectory will be distributed only to subscribers of The Wolverine, and no copies will be sole to oth- ers The directory begins in this issue, and installments will…

November 07, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

… ball up more than any other Big Ten team. The statistics indicate that Purdue (1-4 in Big Ten, 2-6 dverall) will throw and throw and throw some more /ben it hosts the Wolverines (5-0, 8-0) tomorrow at…

… Ross-Ade Stadium. With Downing calling the signals the Boilermakers might just try to fool the Wolverines y opting for the ground game early, but Michigan has yielded only 99 rushing yards per game in…

March 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… run, which helped him to a Tarpley also led the second half 15-point second-half showing. barrage that put the game out of THE WOLVERINES maintained reach after the first five minutes of the torrid pace…

… for the next eight the period. That's when the minutes, stretching their lead to 28, Wolverines completed a 11-2 run to in- 82-54 with 7;35 remaining. crease their lead dto 20, 58-38. "There's no…

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…

June 07, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

Wolverine athletes next will 1 year, takes up his work at the Uni- for De versity of Michigan, he will work un- in the der a handicap. He will come to Ann Arior practically unknown to the stu-SE dent body…

… picturesque charac- ters and at the same time one of the Asses best coaches that the Wolverine insti- tution has ever had. He is a man through and through, pleasant, talka- tive, and a man who is only too wil…

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 …

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, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

… tonight. The Wolverines, playing hockey in mid-season form despite the absence of four regulars, spotted the Auto Club a 5-3 lead in thefirst period, out rallied with two goals in the second Rally Explains…

… cleanest played by the Wolverines all season. No penalties were called in the fast first period which saw eight goals pushed into the nets. Rick Adams drew two minutes for high sticking in the second frame…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

… time in two years by gaining a total of five first, five second, and three third place berths to amass 44 points to the Wolverines' 40. Big Ten champ Heini Kessler, lost his breaststroke event to Ray…

… Mondro, Navy speedster. The two natators were neck and neck until the last lap when Mondro kicked out with a burst of speed and surged ahead of the Wolverine star. Mondro, an alumnus of Wayne University…

…, exhibited excellent style and endurance and it is evident that this young natator will be a leading contestant for national honors. yWolverines Start Strongly Expansion of Alaska Fishing, Industry Seen Full…

… Theatre. Today MYDA party for veter- ans and servicemen, 7- 10 p. m. at WAB. Michigan drew first blood by cap- turning the 300-yard medley relay in the time of 3:03.6. Captain Mert Church, Wolverine anchor…

December 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…, DECEMBER 7, 1940 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverine Cagers To Meet Spartans Hockey First Over Squad Will Seek Victory Of Year Western Ontario Fitzgerald To Start In SpiteOf Injury By NORM MILLER Banking…

… heavily on a pair of six- foot four inch beanpoles to fill the places left vacant by last year's grad- uated Varsity stars, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's Wolverine basketball -team will raise the curtain on the…

… witness the thirty-second renewal of the Wol- verine-Spartan rivalry. Wolverines Hold Edge Michigan holds a 28-13 edge in the 31-year old series and has won the last four games since Oosterbaan took over…

… 8 p.m. so that those who wish to attend the basketball game and then take in the hockey game will have an opportunity to do so. The Wolverines may be forced to do without theservices of Bob Kemp who…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

… Down' 22 Russian Planes) During Air Attack WinterParleyAnalyses Cause, Solution Of War Robert Reed To Preside Over Final Session Today; Prof. Preston W. Slosson Will Speak At Union Wolverine

…'s outplayed sextet. After carrying the game to the visitors for more than half the game, the Wolverines fell back before the upstaters as the Miners' attack gained momentum and finally produced two goals, one…

… opening game of the Conference sea- son before a capacity crowd at the Field House. The Wolverines made up for their lack of height by playing smart and wide-awake ball. Time and again they broke up Buckeye…

… as he scored 13 points to take scoring hon- ors for the evening. The 5 ft. 10 in. Wolverine guard faked and slipped through the giant forward Johny Schick, who starred on last season's title winners…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… up 1 casion and spasmodically some ;brilliant pieces of wo The Wolverine basketeers tde difficulty inpenetrating t defense.and worked the ball floor for close flings at the h and time again…

…. Northwestei other hand, relIed entirely shots i garneriig its six f6el Play Easy-Going Neither team showed any array of team work. Lck competition was largely re for the easy-going style of the Wolverines, and…

… addition to his tally-maing, Wolverine center seemed to entire floor, being the main carrying the ball down the' wards the basket. Bill Millej field goals chalked up to his addition to 11 successful fre…

…' sixth player, but in the great book where the history of Michigan is writ- ten, the part which he has performed will be given equal credit with every other Wolverine who has Darticipated in the loyal…

October 07, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… yard during Michigan's 33-6 victory over Wisonsin. Wilcher's -67 yards helped the Wolverines roll up 226 yards on the ground while notching their fourth straight win. Blue By PHIL NUSS Wisconsin head…

… than usual, but the win was "We did som , McClain's good enough to put the Wolverines at then again1 ld, falling 33- 4-0, their best start since the 10-2 1978 sistency onc ing the ball Rose Bowl season…

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…

January 07, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

… Meetings problem and the meetingi t th- endi of the month will be for the purpose T ONTARIO T[AM, 4- PLAN TO FINEABSENTEES ot "19"some solution. Wolverines Make Good Showing After Ways and means of assuring…

… Ontario sextet to four goals to prsent suggestions for acomplish- in the Wolverines opening ,game last ing this end. The solution will p:-oba- "The great problem in Africa today, night. The final score was…

… his first game was the Wolverine's strongest barrier facing the Ontario wings. Steve Jones, goal tender, was accredited with making 25 stops. Walkem, Kelley, and McTague were, the outstanding players on…

March 07, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… titular honors, when the inspired Wolverine five conquered the Buckeyes 44-28 last nignt at the field house. Apparently possessed with an utter disregard for the prowess of the Ohio team, the Mather quintet…

Wolverines initiated a scoring rampage immediately upon resuming play. For the next seven minutes all of the scoring was done by the Wolver- ines, the score changing from 14-8 to 28-8, before a free throw by…

… scored once. Varsity Leads At Half The first half ended with Michigan well out in front, the score being 32- l 1 .! f . i rI 4 . > i i r ., v I1 14. The Wolverines scored throws land a field goal af…

…, Buckeyes to Wolverines. baskets was ition Illinois week when n five points ned to have basket, how- hambers and 01 doubts as g baskets. hwestern to- house in the and a victory the Wolver- F.G. F.T.'Pts. 3 3…

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