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October 22, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 24) • Page Image 7

… and rambled into the end zone unmolested. * * * ALLIS CONVERTED and sec- onds later reserve back Don Old- ham intercepted a Petruska pass to put the Wolverines in scoring position again. The clock ran…

… Peterson carried down to the one from where Dufek smacked over for the touchdown.. Allis missed the conversion as he did a little later on the fourth Wolverine score. ZATKOFF was hurt, shortly a- ter the…

… ? Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 5 49 BRING ON MINNESOTA! Bennie Pleased At Wolverine Showing By BILL BRENTON Associate Sports Editor "Now they count." With these three words'Michi- gan Athletic Director…

… Fritz Cris- ler summed up the Wolverine's play in yesterday's victory over Wisconsin. Thrown in was a hint at the policy for the rest of the season. THE WOLVERINES dropped two out of their first three…

October 24, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

… seconds remaining, Benson threw 31 yards to blocking back Carpen- ter. He outran halfbacks Billy Kinard and Earl Blair to score un- touched. 1 l A -Daily-Dick Gaskill WOLVERINES EDGE CLOSER-'M' Halfback…

… touchdown run right through the Minnesota line. The Wolverines scored again the next time they had the ball as they moved right up the field in a 64-yard march. Once again pass- nig played a big role with a…

… took advantage of every Minnesota mistake and made the most of every chance. The Wolverine coaching staff did a remarkable job in priming the squad for the Homecoming tilt. Michigan presented a varied…

… for 99 yards. At the same time, the defensive play of the Wolverines was superb, as they held the fear- ed McNamara brothers to a mere 13 yards between then. f-Or ANNA MAGNANI W4 WEE FIRST ENGUSH…

….SPEAKING ROLE in JEAN RENOIR'S THE GOLDEN COACH TECHtCOLOR." Enire English Cast : + Read and Use Daily Classifieds Next week the Wolverines will be out to make it four Big Ten victories in a row when they take…

October 28, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

…, highest figure of the year for a Wolverine back. Gaining 170-yds. in the last three games Julian has moved within 13-yds. of Tony Rio's team leading total of 183. However, Julian has only carried 35 times…

… him- self call his game to date. Late in the second quarter the Wolverines were deep in their own territory and trying to stall out the clock when Julian was given the ball on an end sweep designed to…

… ball he turned left end and streaked 42-yds. for the Wolverines second score. How can this change of forn be accounted for? According to coaches and play- ers the key lies in Julian's deter- mination to…

… Washington at UCLA Washington St. at Oregon St. Syracuse at Pitt Navy at Noire Dame Iowa State atKansas Mississippi St. at Alabama HARD RUNNER - 'red Julian, Michigan halfback, has given the Wolverine offense…

… a shot in the arm with his hard driving play since joining the first team three weeks ago. In the last three games Julian has been the Wolverines' leading ground gainer. the Classifieds' NHL SCORE…

October 19, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… EVANSTON-Michigan's fastly improving Wolverines ran ram- pant over a defenseless Northwestern team to rack up their second straight conference win yesterday here in Dyche Stadium. The score was 48-14. WHAT…

…, the vaunted Chuck Hren, who had a terrible day, fumbled, Wolverine Dave Tihkham recov- ering on the Wildcat 22. WITH TED TOPOR, Kress, and Branoff carrying, Michigan ripped down to the three yard line…

… Norm Kragseth punted to Lowell,.Per- ry who ran back to the Michi- gan 36. Four plays later the Wolverines were back on the Purple four line, thanks to' two dashes of 33 and 15 yards by Kress. Once again…

… the drive failed as Topor fumbled and Wildcat Ed Denyam recovered on the four. yard line. * * * BUT THE Wolverines were not to be denied. Captain Merritt Green raced in to block an end zone punt and…

… the second play after the kick-off Northwestern got off abwobbly pass that was taken in by Wolverine lineback- er Laurie LeClaire on the Wild- cat 31. See WOLVERINE, Page 7 'U' Students Cheer, Gape At…

October 21, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… watch the Wolverines try to get back on the victory trail against the up and coming Badgers who are un- beaten in three contests thus far. IT'S THE FIRST CHANCE that Williamson has had to come back and…

… Conference with two important wins over Iowa and highly-touted Illinois. The Wolverines are another big hurdle they must topple if they expect to hang on to their lofty perch and eventually get a bid to the…

… Koceski last year when Leo was out with injuries, will be kept at the tailback slot in the eventuality that Ortmann needs replacing on offense. ' The injuries have forced the Wolverine pilot, Bennie Ooster…

October 04, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…. * * * * BRANOFF got the Wolverines off on a winning stride with two Joseph M Ne~w York AS CHAIRMAN of the commit- s -v'a con" tee which will have to pass on woud acas FOA personnel funds in the next would caus…

… their seats throughout the downpour. Although they cheered with undampened hearti- ness at Wolverine activities, the biggest roar of the day came when the sun broke through again seven minutes before the…

… it was anybody's ball game; the Wolverines holding ada 14-7 advantage after Tulane had converted a Ted Kress fumble into its only score of the afternoon. THE KRESS fumble was an act of turnabout, just…

… after Michigan I substitute center John Morrow had recovered Max McGee's fumble onI the Wolverine eight yard line. Be- See p. 5, 6 and 7 for more pictures┬░ fore that, Tulane had driven from its own 44…

… col- laborated to give Michigan a two- touchdown bulge again, Kress vin- dicated his fumble with a 62 yard run off right guard for the long- est single gain of the day, and the Wolverines' final six…

… points. Kress set up his touchdown jaunt with a timely interception of Clement's pass to back Wayne Wall on the Maize and Blue 41. * * * THE WOLVERINES seemed to perform with the weather against their…

… sun crept behind the clouds and the Wolver- See WOLVERINES, Page 6 C. of F. Group Ends Meeting OMAHA-(A')-A "Declaration of Purpose" calling for protection of America from "international ex- ploitation…

October 15, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

… its 23rd straight triumph yesterday and fourth win without loss over Michigan's Wolverines. The two backs, Al Bollard and Vic Pollock, sparked third and fourth period drives that brpught the Cadets a…

… smashing 27-6 victory before 67,076 fans in -Yankee Stadium. THE WOLVERINES, led by Charlie Ortmann, put on a tremen- dous first half show for the huge crowd, and narrowly missed running the Cadets right off…

… 70,000 was well saturated with Wolverine suppoxt ers who went wild, as Don plunged over in anticipation of a stunning upset, but the men of Blaik were not to be denied. The running o f Army's second…

… tied the count just before the half ended. Fullback Don Dufek plunged for the lone Wolverine score' while Pollock scored twice and Pollard and Jack Martin once each for the Cadets. Michigan received the…

… Army fumbles and the second one was costly for the Cadets. Jim Cain, the Army left half, lost the pigskin on the 34 yard line and Tony Momsen hop- ped on it for the Wolverines. It took the Wolverines

October 31, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 38) • Page Image 6

… weeks to heal. Bowers had played his best game, scoring the first "M" touchdown on a 38-yard pass from Stan Noskin and intercepting a pass to set up the Wolverines' last touchdown. However, his play on…

… ;ailing hip. John Herrnstein appeared to be running strongly, and gives hope of being an asset in Saturday's game. The Wolverines spent the after- noon preparing defenses against Iowa plays for this…

October 02, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, OCT~OBER 2,1955 TEMCIA AL PAG 1 Revitalized Dodgers A -Daily-Chuck Kelsey SPEEDY MICHIGAN TAILBACK TERRY BARR (41) RIPS PAST TWO WOULD-BE MSU TACKLERS IN YESTERDAYS 14-7 WOLVERINE

… VICTORY. Wolverine Gridders' Ground Game Stymies Michigan State Bums Sink Yanks, 8-5; Labine Pitches Well BROOKLYN (JP)-The muscular they meant to get even for Brooklyn Dodgers, who made a hey mntgte n fo…

October 09, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… six tries against Army. Aarr sup- plied all the points for the Wolverines in the first half as he slammed nver left tacele early in the first* Faure Wins }Moroccan Policy vote De Panafieu Qits After…

WOLVERINES AN EARLY 6-0 LEAD. Pilot Claims Hitler Dead; Gives Details CAMP FRIEDLAND, Germany ()-Hitler's personal pilot, Gen. Hans Baur, returned from ten years of Soviet imprisonment last night, with a…

… they fumbled or were pushed back." That was when they weren't standing. There was plenty to stand for. Wolverine halfbacks scampered down the field with the pigskin and ends hugged in passes, even if…

October 17, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… In Second Quarter Wolverine Push By HANLEY GURWIN Associate Sports Editor Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan took advantage of a second-quarter North- western fumble to sbore its only touchdown of…

… the afternoon, and then protected the margin throughout the remainder of the game to edge a determined Wildcat eleven, 7-0, before 38,585 chilled fans here yesterday.. Wolverine halfback Danny Cline…

… exceptionally fine job turned in by the Michigan pass defense.. Northwestern attempted 22 for- ward passes and completed only six for a total of 45 yards. While this total is still 19 more than the Wolverines

… opportuni- ties, they could not score. On the first play from scrim- See WOLVERINES, Page 3 'Irish' Gain' 20-19 Win Over MSC By The As'sociated Press - SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame's fighting Irish…

October 22, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

… Sought by Pep Club- For University Wolverine Mic "Intrepedus is dead. Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya, chair- Although it is five years since the University's live wolverine died man, called i another meeting…

… opening today, bers to end their three-day walk- en n sp n y out on the group-which controls THlE WOLVERINE CLUB is offering transportation and a free the destiny of the prisoners who -fT+n'H 7 W ER~i CLUs…

October 11, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

… __--- official said. He reported 16 per- * * * * " * Wolverines Score Twice on Passes McDonald Sparks Fourth Quarter Drive for Game Winning Touchdowit By IVAN N. KAYE Daily Sports Editor Michigan, badly…

… their ground game ineffective against the fiercely charging Iowa line, the Wolverines took to the air and called on substitute quarterback Duncan McDonald to throw the tying touchdown pass to big Gene…

… contests; one, the first half, dominated by the alert Hawkeyes, and the other, the final 30 minutes, during which Michigan took charge and wrap- ped up the ball game. The first half was a Wolverine nightmare…

… hard-fighting Wolverines battled Hatcher Li sts 'U' Services University President Harlan H. Hatcher yesterday listed three 'areas in which the University is serving students and the com-, munity in an…

… Highlanders and the Wolverine. Club's hard-work- ing Block "M" section played sec- ond fiddle to the tension and ex- citement of the touch-and-go con- ference opener. THE 500 HAWKEYE fans who made the overnight…

October 25, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

… the Big T basement yesterday as the Wolverines capitalized on two third-perio breakaway runs to claim a 14-6 decision over the favored Gophers. It was Michigan's first Big Ten victory since the 20…

…-19 squeak over Murray Warmath's Gophers last 'year -and the first away-from home triumph since 1957, when the Wolverines upset Minnesota I this same stadium, 24-7. Yesterday's Wolverine heroes were Darrell…

… Gopher line for a two-yard gain. He was tackled by Roger Hagberg (36) and Francis Brixius (76). The Wolverines went into the annual Brown Jug game a seven-point underdog, but managed to build up a 14…

… added the extra point,r too, and that proved to be all thet Wolverines needed to win their third straight from a Warmatht coached team. But on Minnesota's third play after the kick-'ff, Robbins fum- bled…

October 23, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… with Ohio State's 26-16 win over Wisconsin, left Michigan in the top spot in the Western Conference. It also gave them possession of the coveted Little Brown Jug for another year. The Wolverines winning…

…-yd. line. VanPelt con- verted for the winning point to keep the Wolverines unbeaten in five successive games this season. Day of Awakening The game proved to be the day of awakening for a new star on…

… quick 13-0 lead. Working alternately from the wing and split "T", the Gophers scored their first touchdown after 8:10 had elapsed in the quarter. Halfback Dick McNamara took a Wolverine punt on the…

… converted for a 7-0 lead. The Gophers again took a Mich- igan punt in Wolverine territory and marched 46 yards for the sec- ond tally. Yackel took the ball over on a 16-yard run through center. Michigan…

… guards at will. The offense wouldn't move for the Wolverines either. VanPelt and Maddock threw 12 passes with only four of them completed. The Gophers took a commanding lead in rushing, gaining 140 yards…

October 19, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THEE SAE Captures I-Ill Track D Baseball Clubs ReceiveSeries Shares -~ ('EE'~~I Wolverines Head for Iowa; Wes Bradford to be Drafted - l4…

… afternoon, indicating that he will be in the lineup to- morrow. The Wolverines are not sched- uled to reach Iowa City until just before game time. They spent last night in Chicago, and tonight they will rest…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

… recent University Middle East Expedition, will speak on "Impressons of the Middle East.' Social hour will follow the meeting. All interested are] invited. Wolverine Club: Meeting, 7:15 p.m., League…

…-123 Varsity Laundry will PICK UP and DELIVER s. 4 1 4 LECTURE COURSE 11 ... _I OPENING NUMBER 1 THURSDAY -8:30 P.M. THE STUDENT PLAYERS preset , Maria D. MUillr Two Big Wolverine Weeken Follow…

October 28, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…, and captain and fullback have Skrien hits 205. . * * BUT THE real danger to the Wolverine's Rose Bowl and West- ern Conference hope lies in a trio of 200 pounders. If the Northland- ers intend to win…

… who has averaged more than 40 yards-per- boot. * * * TRYING TO CUT DOWN the Minnesota bulk is a Michigan team that is taking this game with dead- ly seriousness. The Wolverines will field their usual…

… responsible than backers of the Wolverines. * * * TICKETS were still on sale for a game that is usually a sellout. With injury a vital factor in the Michigan camp, Coach Ben- nie Oosterbaan and his aides were…

October 10, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 21) • Page Image 6

… right halfback Gary McNitt, all on the second team, are expected to be out of action for the Wolverines' first clash with the Middies since 1948. Jobson and McNitt, both sopho- mores, distinguished…

… listen to the game via a radio - loudspeaker. Their cheers will be jpiped to Ann Arbor over a special telephone line and boomed to the team through portable loud- speakers on the field. Wolverine end Gary…

October 05, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 17) • Page Image 5

… Myers raced down the field for the Wolverine's last 6 points. The score- board looked like this during the third and fourth quarters, but the scales were balanced in the fourth quarter, when Michigan…

…, Wolverine Soccer Club, organization- . ., P Oct. 5 7:00 p.m. Mayflower Rm.; Con- al meeting, Oct. r2 7, 8 p.m., Rm. 3R Public Health Asembly: "Historical g n rc er. Union. and Social Background, of the Modern…

October 01, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

… I s s * * * * * * * * * State Wolverines Enter Game As Favorites Depend on Passing Attack Against MSU By JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor Mighty Michigan's aerial prow- ess will be…

… .thoroughly tested, this afternoon, as the Wolverines open their 1955 Big Ten season meeting up-state rivals Michigan State. And for the first time in a long while, Michigan is favored to win. The key to the…

… program. Tos With LetteringTheelement of surprise will Tos W iletterng heighten traditional Wolverine- The crowd milled for about an Spartan rivalry when the Michi- hour after the rally in front of a…

October 17, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

… comfortable Ford cars is a special feature of our summer program. Lots of free time is allowed for independent action. Trans-Atlan- tic passage for this tour has been1 secured on the Cunard Line. Our Wolverine

October 14, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

… the game, back Bob Kany lofted a long pass that Tom Propson gathered in for the Wolverines Show Lethal Pass Attack The varsity uncorked a lethal aerial punch Saturday to floor In- diana's Hoosiers with…

… newly formed Wolverine Soccer Team defeated an intra-mural squad from Michigan State Nor- mal College, 4-2. It was the first time an Ann Ar- bor soccer team defeated Ypsi- lanti in three years of competi…

… Michigan's five remaining Big Ten opponents poured across 165 points Saturday in an offensive barrage that averaged 33 points per contest, while the one out- sider on the Wolverine schedule (Cornell) was…

… to Evanston, Illinois for the game there with Northwestern this com- ing Saturday. Bob Morgan, the Alumni Clubs representative, emphasized that the train will not be in competi- tion with the Wolverine

October 04, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… in Final Period To Destroy Spartans' Shutout BY JIM BENAGH Sports Editor A pair of supposedly-crippled backs and a "pony line" of Michigan State combined to make the 1959 edition of Michigan Wolverines

… losses throughout the First reaction in financial circles game. was unanimous that the ruling was Injure Wolverines favorable to both sides. They also blocked and tackled Government attorneys had asked in…

October 21, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

Wolverines during the foot- ball season. They have just completed their fourteenth annual success- ful tour of operation, having whopped it up with the best of them fast weekend. in Chicago. The Snerdians hold…

October 06, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

… University Clr, Michigan Singers and Arts Chorale have promised to liven up the evening with a surprise booth. * * * Wolverine Club's well-known yellow car will be featured at their exhibit, and the members of…

October 23, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 28) • Page Image 7

…. Bush, commanding general of the U. S. Army Sixth Corps, practice firing rifles on the ROTC range which was dedicated yesterday. lilE~ l+ M |~ E*~l iiitlii WOLVERINE CYCLE SHOP Sales and Service. 611 S…

…- coming plans. Then too, the Wolverines play away tomorrow, and it seems this' has removed the impetus to cele- brate. But several houses have found time to plan social events for this weekend. Alpha Sigma…

October 27, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… 3-0-1 overall record. The Wolverines are a step be- hind the Gophers with a 1-1 Con- ference mark. A win by the Goph- ers today could possibly mean some post-season fun for them. Although fair weather…

… of late, and Minnesota's Bobby Cox, after peppering the atmosphere with leather against Illinois last week, is expected to test the Wolverines' pass defenses today. Borstad Out? Minnesota may have to…

October 19, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

… impractical. Strong adverse opinion on re- Wolverine Club The Wolverine Club will hold a mass meeting at 7:30 pim. today, in the small ballroom of the Union. Members and all others inter- ested are invited to…

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