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October 27, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

… from the last game between the Wolverines and the men of the Illini played on the Urbana gridiron. The Gold and Blue won an overwhelming victory, 29 to 7. ance when the team journeys to Illinois on…

… Saturday. Michigan is out for venge- 640 HAVEN (By Harry B. Grundy) Mchigan and Illinois began foot- ball relations in 1898 before the coming of Yost to coach the Wolverines. In their initial encounter…

… teams of those years but in 1905 Illinois, which was not then knownI by the polite name of Indians, again appeared on the Wolverine schedule. This time they fell before the Yost attack by the score of 33…

… fall of 1906, with Michigan out of the Western Conference, Illi- nois was met for the last time before the Wolverines return 11 years later. Michigan had little trouble in win- ning by a neat margin of…

… Big Ten foot- ball schedule was arranged by the Wolverines. Nineteen hundred and eighteen was the S. A. T. C. year and Michigan minus the services of two captains, Smith and Wieman, won its entire…

…- ed the championship to Illinois on a basis of more Conference victories., Illinois Wins First Illinois scored its first gridiron vie-' tory over a Wolverine team in 1919 wften they took the heavy end…

… of a 29 to 7 score. Michigan was bom- pletely outplayed by Illinois, who won the Big Ten championship that year. Last year the Wolverines were great- ly strengthened after their disas- trous play of…

October 18, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT URDA Y'z~S WOLVERINES FORGET ADSNRUHG SQUAD PREPARES FOR BUCKEYE INVASION By Herbert E. Vedder er than 114 ritloe (m !1;0 cfi,-ec, "Forget Madison! was the cry of the play…

… phrase was also the hidden tegm' iusocre fe implication that the Wolverines were Wisconsin had rushed the bail half not to forget thoir mistakes. the length of the fieldl into scoring[, position. Hoffman…

… thananyothe liing itcer.by day, and which should be physi- Surprises prevailed in the other sec- cally perfect for the first time this Season, although the W'olverines still tiuns of the country also. The…

… ]lacit of effectiveness on the foral- erly most effectve Cardinal of- fense. All the while, howvever, it ust not be assumed that the Wolverines were playinit ladies' game. The big difference lay in that…

… the rough game seemed to hurt tine Badgers worse than it dilld the Wolverines.i Though somewhat drab in places there were worthwhile moments.i Wisconsin's early drives by her two The Original Lee…

October 07, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

Wolverine GolfersI scoring one pair of golfers can only and paired with Lewis, managed . '11111 win nine points and the Oakland to pick up a single point against lSDE Defeated A Derodiuls pair needed…

… Par of Denk, who negotiated th:e tricky only able to take one point in thriee Score to Sh ut Out Shannon layout in par figures, },le Wolverine! from Francis Ryan, Oaklandi bills Fp and Art Ahistrom pair…

… entry blanked Stanley Ford. c gins. In the foursome, the Wolverine pair ardson proved the winning margin While the play of ti-i Wolverin~esI of Ward and Bergelin, after winl- - for the Oakland Hills…

October 24, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…- of the athletic association that TEN RUNNERS tory extends over a period of 36 seats are still available for theI_ T O D GPHER LINEMAN DRAWSPLAUDITS Advantage Of .ountry Meets ;.< WOLVERINE HAP RI ERS…

… UILL MEET BADGERS Victories Over Mount Union And Ohio State Add Confidehce For Badger Clash a ON SQUAD years. game Saturday. The Wolverines hold a de- cided edge over their Badger rivals in the…

…'s third straight loss of the season to Ohio State Saturday equalled the formi ncrecord for con- secutive reverses which dates from 1915, when the Wolverines dropped three in a row before playing a scoreless…

…'s Wolverine harriers are turning their attention1 this week to the task of preparing1 for the initial dual aneet of the' year Saturday morning with Wis- consin. The Badgers will have the ad- vantage of two…

October 21, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

… Star Geistert Run WOLVERINES SMASH LINE By Cleveland Wyllie Booting a field goal from the 25- yard line shortly after the opening of the third quarter, Hughes, Mich- igan fullback, accounted for a vic…

… for the Wolverine backs bucking the line successfully all during .the game. Assisted by some spectac- ular running by Wilson and Geis- tert, Hughes helped the Michigan juniors to pile up 10 first downs…

… Buckeye line for 188 yards as compared to 74 for Ohio. Only in the kicking end of the game were the Wolverine juniors excelled. Taylor Kicks 75 Yards Taylor, the Ohio State kicker, booted the leather 14…

… sailing over the head of the Michigan safety man and rolling to the Wolverine 15- yard line before it was downed. RIBBONS and SUPPLIES for - all- makes of TYPEWRITERS Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures…

… ball on their own 27-yard line. Michigan Fails To Gain Another Wolverine threat failed following the snaring of another Ohio pass by Brown who brought the ball deep into Ohio State terri- tory. From the…

… 23-yard line the Wolverine plunged through to a first down on the Ohio 12-yardl marker. Three plays lacked only inches of another first down before a double pass back of the line was smoothered by the…

… Giants are ex- pected to give Benny Friedman's Wolverine eleven plenty of opposi- tion when the two outfits meet at 2:45 o'clock this afternoon in the University of Detroit stadium. In addition to Bruce…

… fullback, completes the Wolverines formidable lineup. FFOR EVE RY PURPOSE Our Equipment Is Absolutely Complete, Being Especially Well Stocked in Regulation Sym Supplies Squash Racquets, Handballs, Etc. irv…

October 22, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 20) • Page Image 6

…'s Varsity gridders to sjgnal and tackling practice on Ferry Field yesterday afternoon. Cloudy skies and a steady drizzle greeted the Wolverines in their first practice session after Satur- WEATHER FAILS TO…

… win without a loss, A MANN RETURNS TO COACH SWIMM ERS 'GOPHER NOW TOPS BIG TEN SCORERS y Coach Matt Mann, Wolverines day'gaewtOho swimming coach, returned Satur- loft shofofheortsignldilde heday…

… from an extended stay in Great 4 proved the opening note of Kipke's drive in conditioning his Wolverine parents. Coach Mann has takent charges for their invasion of the charge of the team from Assistant…

…- ing a swimming pool. The baths dicates that the two gridiron teams any Wolverine hockey squad has ing in performances wlich have ! have formed a swimming , league are tied 6-6 in games played since i…

Wolverines will play the pow- for more numerous competitive can end, Fesler, and Barratt, giant erful Colgate team at Hamilton, The tallest man on the Michigan events between various teams, it center, the…

… be out game was extensively advertised for blood in next Saturday's en- throughout central Illinois, and on counter with the Wolverines. November 4, the largest crowd that Minnesota, a huge battering…

October 24, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

… Friedman on the 32 yard line, the Wolverine cap- tain returning the ball to Michigan's 43 yard line. Gilbert gained a yard through thej line. Rich twisted his way throught left tackle for four yards…

…., - -- These Stars Bear Brunt of Wolverines' Powerful Attack MICHIGAN HARRIERS DOWN PURDUE, s35-.2f Michigan's well-balanced gross- country squad decisively defeated Coach E E. O'Connor's Purdue har- riers…

… aguer, twelfth, is given ninth, and Curtis, thirteenth, is given tenth. Michigan made two first downs in the third period while Illinois made one. flVFR1 INI lnP1PFP Coach Yost's Wolverines met Coach…

…'s bril- liant captain, directed the Wolverine's play with rare judgment. His accu rate toe sent perfect place kicks be- tween the uprights from the 18 and 30 yard lines. \ Oosterbaan and Flora, Michigan…

… game and often stopped the O range and Blue backs after they had broken through the Wolverine line. He also played an important part in the passing attack of his team. Baer and Lovette were the outsta…

… nding men on the Michigan line. Th e former turned in the best game of his career as a Wolverine player. Lo vette, besides being a tower of stren gtl on his side of the line, intercepted an Illini pass…

October 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…. by their 50 piece band and a corps of" cheer leaders, ready to back, their 5 Wolverines Rave Scored 408 vr a r 4team to the limit, to the end that In the years that have followed the once more, after…

… five long years of Togs l Wolverines have amassed a total of waiting, their Green and White may -arge 408 points, against 55 for M. A. C., wave triumphant. Michigan scoring more than a quar- iroy, ter of…

… reg- pulled the surprise of the season, M. A. C. game this afternoon. Auto holding Michigan to a 0 toO0 score. There is but a limited number of nkets Then followed four Wolverine victor- such tickets…

October 18, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 25) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,, STADIUM TO BE FILLED TO CAPACITY SATURDAY ETSaturday's annual struggle between Michigan and Ohio State will see the W'Wolverines new stadium filled to the - -point of…

…, Coach Stephen .r C Sstrong outfit this season, Coach Far- J. Farrell directed his squad's en- roll believes the meet will preve a ergies toward preparing for the fifth fair test of the Wolverine ability…

… Will Be Ready For Purdue about equal strength, but the Purdue The three and a half mile jaunt tearn is reported to have been con- Saturday proved that the Wolverines siderably strengthened by the…

… behind him. Coach Farrell is satisfied that the Wolverine cross country team will be at least as strong as the 1926 aggre- gation, in spite of the fact that Cap- tain Briggs and Hornberger were lost to the…

October 23, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 23) • Page Image 6

… Race t- Ka ssel, Illini End And Captain, Will Lead Strong Team Against Wolverines 'PURDUE MEN NOT NAMED Coach Stephen J. Farrel's Wolver- Ine cross-country team will meet the Purdue harriers in the…

… formerly a pupil of Coach Mantn's while he was still at Harvard, "has tentatively arranged a dual meet in l3etroit between the champions of the East and the Wolverine squad, run- I ers-up for Conference…

… others with the principal tank teams of the country who will meet the Wolverines in the Conference meet and in the na- tional intercollegiate contests to be held in April at Iowa City, in the new Hawkeye…

…. Y I Charles "Chuck" Kassel Sensational end and captain of the fighting Illinois eleven which will face the Wolverines in today's most i mportant game. Kassel was mention- ed for all-American honors…

October 20, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…I~eflctions '* PACE MENTIONED F"OR BAR HONORklTq,[ 4 r KCNSTP C EK Wolverine Line Plunging .Attack Loses Ball on Downs Near Buckeye Goal Line,.j OHIO SCORES ON PASS' Continued From Page Oane) first quarter play…

…, registering four of their first downs while Michi- gan's attack was dormant and keeping' the ball deep in Wolverine territory through McConnell's long unts and the work of Fesler andI Fontaine in covering them…

October 27, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…. inators that 'organized religion was Wolverines Bow Before Indian "If you must be a bookworm, be not meeting the demands of the ian early bookworm. If you have a' undergraduate body, and that by Attack on…

… dealing with transportation and has written more than a score the field. j and do not realize their value. of books, most of which deal with The Wolverines showed signs of Sometimes we uncover valuable…

…. the band also entertained. the country and his final selection If the Wolverine hands were laid - has fallen to Ann Arbor. on Useman during his 60 yard run HARVARD BEATEN He considers this an ideal…

… Editor TlADIUM, CHIAMPAIGN, ILL.. Illinois team gave the Indians a the fifteenth renewal of their annual hird quarter to hand the Wolverines eat and shove them deeper into the pletely outplayed Michigan in…

Wolverines, registering 12 first downs, totalling 173 yards from rushing, while Michigan compiled 4 first downs and gained 41 yards from scrimmage. Illini Use Three Rushers. The Illini alternated their ball…

… carriers, employing Lanum, Hum- bert and Timm to good effect against the Wolverines. But it was not the rushing or passing game that was responsible for the Illi- nois victory. Great blocking and…

… stripe, but all of his attempts were either wide ox short. Michigan's offense did not get under way during the first quarter, but the Wolverines staged an attack in the second quarter that gained ground…

October 28, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 31) • Page Image 6

… on the throwing end of Gembis hit the Wisconsin right most of the Badger passes, al- tackle for six yards in two tries, though it ws Behr who completed but the Wolverine threat was ended the winning…

… a 15 yard penalty for THE LINEUPS holding and a pair of first downs .Truskowski .... LE.......Warren hTad given the Wolverine posses-".". sionofthe ball o the Badges 25Pommerening .LT... Lubratovich…

… Steinke. kowski as the game ended. For Wisconsin-Bartholomew for As a team the Wolverines showed Lusby, Hayes for Behr, Smith for to a much better advantage than Rebholz, Price for Hayes, Ganten- they have…

… ORIGINAL NE Captain George Rich, who played one of the best games of his career, against the Badgers. Besides prov-J . Ing a tower of strength on defense, M a esty,. . the Wolverine leader was on the…

… FINAL I° 0 0 7 r FINAL 0I BADGERS WELL BALANCED PLAY B Y PLAY ACCOU NT OF C A RDINAL GAME 'I i t r' . .. E' i E i i i r i r T T r i i r r FIRST PERIOD down for the Wolverines on their Michigan won…

… left Wolverine 21 yard marker. Trus-[ guard. Truskowski's long pass to kowski was hurt and Michigan took Wheeler went out of bounds and time out. fell incomplete. Cuisinier made a yard on a dou- Wheeler…

…. Bartholomew rounded Michigan's left end for a first down on the Wolverine four yard line. Barthol- omew was tackled by Orwig for no gain. Cuisinier was stopped by Cragin and Steinke for a one yard loss. Orwig…

October 30, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 36) • Page Image 6

Wolverines this season. Timm kickedap .erfect goal from placement. Score Mich. 0, Illinois 7. Fuller kicked off to Mills on Illinois' 10 yard line and Mills ran back to his 27 yard line. Whittle replaced…

… kick formation for a 15 yard gain giving Michigan her initial first down onthe Wolverine 43 yard line. On an attempted wide end run Whit- tle was smeared for a 14 yard loss. GRANGP '. EndI HIUMBERT…

… took a long punting practice along with Gilbert, all three of the Wolverines getting off kicks better than 45 yards. Gilbert, Palmeroli, and Rich took turns at place-kicking goals after touchdown. Zuppke…

… Boilermaker team, by finishing in first position, the well-balancedl Wolverine outfit captured eight of the next nine places to pile up an over- whelming count of 20 to 35. Thiis score is the exact. duplication…

… Directly after the race the mem- bers of the Wolverine team formally elected Randolph Monthe, '29, as their captain for the rest of the season. A captain was not elected last spring because of the fact that…

… the team did not include a single junior. Martin, the ace of the Purdue squad, led the field of 20 starters to the tape, in easy fashion in 20:00. Wuerfel set an even pace for the Wolverine har- riers…

…, and Carlson finished in tbe order named. By placing third Wuer- fel duplicated his performance of last year. 4 w'' 1 2 i 1 . VA 40 short the Wolverine rally by inter-I cepting Whittle's pass on…

October 13, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

… VETERAN GUARD(! MAY NOT START O00 C-1lITO U ni nrnumui They spent yesterday after noon within the confines of th new stadium holding a secr practice for tomorrow's en counter with the Wolverine The work…

… against Wyoming to pile ish- 167 pounds to the man against 130 up the Big Ten scoring record for ~~LT~b~ ~~flI~A~~ iI~lIMI~the day. Coach Stagg fears for his Lar- for the Wolverines. GOPHER TOfA i…

… is an Del Whittle is still troubled Howard Poe Purdue has revamped his lineup unknown quantity but the host of somewhat with a knee injury Wolverine guard, who will be re- Purde h a plunging backs…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…, whose , w .i home is in Duluth, makes the 100 yard distance in 56 seconds, faster than it has ever been made by a Wolverine swimmer, and is credited with a vic- tory over Norman Ross, champion of the…

…. pool. Several of .the teams met last year will once more appear on the Wolverine schedule, ac- cording to Wallace F. Elliott, intra- mural manager. Another trip will probably be made to Cincinnati, where…

October 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 15) • Page Image 7

…Statek orthe yMichigan's offensive showing was Sc The chief fault revealed by particularly dismal during the first western, and Chicago respectively, the Wolverines was failure to I half, the Wolverines failing…

… first play of Eh a b ebd p n r accorded the Purdue line for the the fourth quarter. Then the W manner in which it outsmarted the scoring spree in the last five Wes made a touchdown for State Wolverines

… Boilermakers sleight. and the other two came in H Do Add to that the fact that they have in one department.. The light- rahWidqfire order.D a vry eakoffnseanda mnia hatred Wolverine quarterback - a very weak…

… offense and mani averaged 38 yards on his kicks, The Wolverines were seem- Ba or fumling at the wrong time, to outdistance "Pest" Wech, ingly helpless under Purdue's Two men stand out on the Columbi One of…

October 13, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…FflNT A THLETICS Lo'" S ES Tlqw PURDUEfile& , 30 -16 RALLY TO BEAT CUBS, 10-8 'fl( R R say MacDonald Celebrates 63tdBirthday on Foreign Soil MICHIGAN LAWYERS'' Led Wolverines in Purdue Tilt nitu…

… recently the Wolverine squad whose play been established in a number of came up to its usual par. Gembis' states for the pupose of studying scores came in the third inning. SOFFENSIVE BACKFIIELDSTARS LEAD…

… BO1IRMAKERS TO BIG TEN VICTORY AS CON[ERNCEGRID RACE STARTS WOLVERINES TAKE WORST BEATING SINCE GRANGE BROKE LOOSE IN 1924 ILLINOIS GAME by VLdi'ard L.11,c IRCOSS-.ADE) STA1)1M1t, Oct. 12.-Plurdue…

… \Volverines were unable to stop once they launched their last quarter - - offensive. ailure of Wolverine linemen it chare gave the Boilermakers an opportmity to gain 26 yam s through rushing on their delayed…

… Final I Touchdown By Joe Russell Smashing through the Wolverine defense late in the final quarter for a single touchdown, Coach Irv Uteritz' scrappy Badger gridders took the first game of the 1929 Big Ten…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

WOLVERINES OVERCOME STRONG BUCKEYE ELEVEN IN, FIRST CONFERENCE ENCOUNTER VERSE BREAKS AND ABSENCE OF VETERANS WEAKEN VARSITY )TH TEAMS STRONG IN )RWARD PASS ATTACKS Goebel Play Well for n, Stuart and Pixley…

… the Wolverine line was removed when during the first quarter Michi- gan's forward wall held Ohio at bay, while the Wolverine backs tore -wide gaps through the Buckeye defense. Uteritz received a long…

Wolverines with fourth down and two yards to go, chose to attempt a place kick which went short of the posts. Kipke's Loss Felt With Kpke out of the game Michi- gan's chances faded and the break that turned…

… outdistanced in nearly every excliange of kicks by Isabel. Only once again did the Wolverines seri- ously threaten when a pass from Roby to Goebel put the ball on State's 18 yard line. Here Michigan made…

October 27, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…;.l~s r 'in 'i , .. s, <' ,'. 1. 4', s (Continued from Page 1, dol. 7) $ <!absent is the natura came too late to aid the Wolverines. ward overacting. A "Withz the ball on Michigan's 41-I picture…

…. Featured are the Wolverines took to the air.! electric fans, 'he said, "experiments have proven I Ralph Graves, and Truskowskvs pass to Siinrall netted "In the spring the gravel roads there is a certain…

…Illinois i, th'retened once when Yanuskis+,T E D Y-NV MR5 Wade two first cdowns, placing the iTUF AY.r NOVEMBER OS WAY NE ball onl Michigan's 22-yard line. MSCL 1>~~ acre the 'Wolverine line stiffened MU IA…

October 16, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 24) • Page Image 8

… 0 0 7 0 FINAL 14 0 0 LaVerne Taylor Sophomore end on the Wolverine team who made his Conference debut yesterday in the Wisconsin contest. Taylor played a great game until he received a severe…

…. Wisconsin's great cardinal-caped band played the "Yellow and Blue" before the Wolverine section to open' ceremonies between the halves. The band then played in front of the Bad- ger cheering section and…

… contest. Bin-' ish managed to break through the line on several occasions to down the Wolverines behind the line. E'ATIDAL A: : : RA DRAWS NORNE (Special to The Daily) DETROIT,' Oct. 15.-With the gre est…

October 01, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 40) • Page Image 10

Wolverine line failed to open up For self-supporting students desir- holes for the backs in the first half ing fascinating remunerative of the Mount Union contest. Not 1 work either temporary or per- until…

… --- PANESE3 PEOPLE HONOR UIlGAN SPORTMANSHIP (Continued from Page Nine) Les were scored at the expense Japanese teams. On the other id only one of the Wolverine's eats went to the home towners, other four…

October 18, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

Wolverine backfield of Friedman, Gilbert, Gregory, and Mo- Glenda gave a splendid exhibition both on defense and offense. Molenda was the most consistent ground gainer for the Wolverines and he succeeded in…

… The Wolverine runners were fav- McAndrews on the next play. ored to win the race but allowed the, D. Harmon went 15 yards inside Badger harriers to take a .conmiand- of Michigan's right end. Brown ing…

… excellent time The Michigan ends are playing a for the three mile course at this time waiting game' as a defense for the of the year. Ted horuberger wa; tie Wisconsin passes and it is proving first Wolverine

October 31, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

Wolverines Fall SCORE Y QUARTERS TQ POWERFUL ATTACK (Continued from Page One) MICHIGAN - 1st 0 2n r . FIRST QUARTER Captain Friedman won the toss and elected to defend the south goal. Hamilton kicked…

…. Wolverine Mentor 1 d 3rd 4th FINAL Smiles In Defeat S0 0 Babcock replaced Greenwald. Mo- I-::.. lenda fumbled, Caldwell recovering for Navy on his own 27 yardI ine. H=annegan gained 2 yards. Caldwell - lost…

October 17, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

….,r when We < Hlughes, a substitute Wolverine half- I Ainnet,ota 17 yard 1.7.ewhere t ! o<i ;_ 2 :* et olio ,back, booted two place kicks from the dondth sn.*-----n ti~"~~ : g AlImquist tor E 1( 1h1t I(2…

… practice. field, the ,Wolverine captain return-- - ts"; the punt to the Gopher's 36 yard The Michigan hand, ledi by (Gordon , ine. jxolendla hit cenjter fortli'tpc" $- Packer, '28, paraded across Ferry…

October 25, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

… host of Wolverine play- ers on his own 31 yard line. As Daugherity stood back to thow an- other pass, on the next play, the final gun was fired. The Illini fullback threw the ball in time, however, ou…

… thrown for a loss by an- other lineman. Britton punted over Friedman's head, the Wolverine pick- ing up the ball on his own five yard line, returned it 15 yards. Gregory failed to gain. Gilbert failed to…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

… the Wolverines. Many com- mented on the, splendid sportsman- ship thus shown. Only the unusual construction of the stadium prevented the Michigan throng from surging across the field and carrying their…

… getting on the field, Mich- igan had the honor of giving the first cheer. It started of its own ac- cord somewhere in the block M, and was taken up by all 'Wolverine sup- porters-a cracking "locomotive…

October 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…, Var- sity quarter, a scarlet clad figure was upon it and the Reserve left end had circled the Maize and Blue pilot before the astonished Wolverine was brought to a realization of -the import of the…

… Yankees gave way i the seventh iining. terday under a fussilade of hits gave the Giants the edge.w who yes- and SATUARDAY OY18 WILL BE i U U ALLA ER AUDAY Saturday, November 18, will be "Wolverine All…

October 22, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 24) • Page Image 10

… strong overhead at- tack, Ohio is expected to open up with it should win. The Buckeyes rule a favorite on the line, especially in of- fensive play. The Wolverines' hope of success lies in its quartette of…

… the Wolverines in a Big Ten game before. Taylor and Honaker have given good accounts of themselves in the games thus far. Both men can run the ends or drive of tackles. Watch KipkeI For Michigan, Kipke…

October 12, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

… University e offered to secure lots of this kind at Added to Wolverine Sched- e such low prices. -Come out 1-4 mile ule r from limits or phone us and we will d take you.-Adv.c e ~OF TWELVE BIG TEN GAMESI…

…-Several young ladies, pre- ping the championship. ably students, for afternoon and Saturday work. Address, Mich. At present the Wolverine squad is Daily, Box A. T. 14-4 composed of men who have had broad…

October 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

Wolverine fullback was go- g to start the season with a touch- wn from the first kickoff but some e slipped in the Yost rear guard. Mt. Union made a desperate stand their own scoring territory follow- g…

… occasions. Mt. Union had little success in stopping tha Wolverine backs who re- ceived the kick offs. Stekeetee and Banks broke away for long runs on the first two and not to be outdone by his mates Harry…

October 31, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 28) • Page Image 7

… - --.-- __ viable reputation both on an off aid in making the team tough to NOTICE! the diamond. During the games the t Why let your clothes suffer? Wolverines won note for the keen,beat the Send th to THE MOE…

October 24, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…" Grange, principals in Tennessee vs. Louisiana State as; Wolverine forward wall will not be Mpresen theiriles. s en tl today's game at Urbana, a capacity' Knoxville. I noticeably weakened. Sid Dewey, who…

… ian baigthi husnsh punting ability may be utilized by air'sad Gaa' oktrs, seiltanbargthrtouands. _ Coach Yost, should the Wolverines penetrated into Bulgarian territory to1 Moe's Sport shop, Calkins…

… bombarded by the I host that will watch Michigan and changed the Wolverine attack from Greek. The Greek government has GIRPM A d Q TI IPAlflMIllinois battle fort the supremacy of the open variety to the old…

… guest of the IIrnadetfdigmsonhvg! Wolverines. The line will find Kassel ceived from alumni in practically local chapter of the Steuben society mnna etfmdn iso a i and D'Ainbrosia at the ends, Reeder…

October 09, 1921 • Page Image 6

… the University of Alabama. took part in the matches held at nccsrpua ontbeet t Bindgnt wan ad tro ptal, Several members of the Wolverine Monroe; Major Willis Shippman, team Literarya Department, Sand s…

October 12, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… .Wolverines Will1. Game ,IResearch in 'the" field of m-unici- pal government is the chief concern at present of the Michigan Munic- ipal league. The body is making a comprehensive study of special city…

… variety. On the basis of this mode of at- II A T11111 A I A 1Ifl TflI I itack, the Wolverines seem well for- righthander of the A's, in inning of the third gan rapid succession they d damage to account…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…. * * * THE WOLVERINES THE WOLVERINE HAS TAKEN THE1 TRAIL AND HIS TEETH ARE FILED TO A POINT, AND HIS QUAKING FOES FROM HEAL) TO TOES, HE RENDS THEM JOINT FROM JOINT. HIS JAWS DRIP RED WITH OH1IO'S BLOOD; IN…

…; WITH THEIR GOAL LINE CROST AND A GAME THAT'S LOST THE BUCKEYES KNOW THEY'RE THROUGH!. THE BADGER.S HUNT THEIR HOLE IN THE GROUND AND THE GOPHERS PREPARE THEIR SHROUD;. WHILE THE WOLVERINE, WITH EYES…

October 31, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… today, 38 to 17. "urnas, of Purdue, Conference two aile champion', won the race in easy nanner, finishing well in the lead. Freeborne of Michigan was the irst Wolverine over the finish line, >lacing in…

… of their professors have been educated abroad as well as in Japan. SOUTHERNERS RUN VARSITY ENDS EFFECTIVELY; LINE HOLDS SCHULTZ CHEERED.BY AUDIENCE IN STANDS Wolverines Twice on Tulane One Foot Line…

…, and Johns showed to t hest advantage. The l1chigan' Ce tarn was a stumbling block in t oath of the opposing backs almo every time the play' was aimed at h side of the line. The Wolverines demonstrafed…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

….H...... .. Schwier Nelson.......F.B..........Cohen Michigan's 1920 Varsity-the team on which the Wolverine supporters' are pinning their hopes for a come- back which will take some of the sting out of last year…

… other Case game for several years, as it will give :Wolverine supporters a good line on the team to which they are looking for revenge on the Conference schools which defeated Michigan last season. Little…

October 04, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

…. Wolverine Stompers. Ashley. - __345 They will make '; you dance. Dial SUITE FOR 2 OR 3-Steam heat. 4752. We guarantees our "music. Shwr.Raobl.As - Nocag!f o'stsfe.As cancy for 1 or 2. 536 Thompson.I fagency…

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