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October 11, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…. Then on the first play Ward fum- Cormick engineered a drive that was only halted at the Wolverine nine yard line. It was two strikes and you're out for Kenney, and on fourth and five MSU Coach Duffy…

… Daugherty sent in sopho- more Larry Lukasik to boot the field goal that gave the Spartans a 10-3 lead. The Wolverines held MSU's oleading ground - gainer Clinton Jones to a minus two yards rush- ing and…

… on an important fourth-down play. Timberlake carried on 17 plays and passed for 122 yards in the Wolverines' victory. Three In A Row, Six To Go (Continued from Page 1) Sygar, who played for Mason at…

… Niles (O.) McKinley High School, is playing his first season for the Wolverines after sitting out last year with a broken leg. He missed spring practice when he rebroke the leg in the same place in a…

… his injury. * * * Fumbles played a key part in yesterday's g am e as S ta t e gave away the ball twice and Michigan lost the ball three times out of four bobbles. The first Wolverine mistake was the…

October 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 49) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, OCTQBER 25, 1964 Goal Line Lofquist Picks Off I Pass to Spark Rally THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'P t-4 1tv N'h T---CHGA --LY' PAG dSE yuw q Stand Halts Late Gopher Surge Wolverine Defense…

… Min- nesota end zone and rolled out of bounds. Timberlake then stretch- ed the Wolverine lead with a one- yard sneak into the Gopher end zone after a 50-yard march. Offense Moves Taking Timberlake…

… the Michigan 11. There Hankinson fired to end Kent Kramer cutting across into paydirt, and the Min- nesota rally was on. Timberlake countered with a Michigan offensive that moved the Wolverines down to…

… the Gopher 18, where on second and 11 Min- nesota defensive half Kraig Loft- quist put an end to the Wolverine threat in decisive 91-yard touch- down style. Loftquist picked off Timberlake's aerial…

…- ers on his back. That made it first and goal to go with 4:21 showing on the clock, and on first down Reid was stopped cold by the entire left side of the Michi- gan line. On second, Wolverine captain…

… of its, fourth win of the season. First TD The Wolverines scored the first time they had the ball. After Dick Rindfuss took Van de Walker's punt via fair catch at the Michi- gan 48, Anthony carried the…

October 13, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

Wolverine 22. At this point, the Michigan de- fense stiffened, and with fourth down on the 15, Bobich was sent in to try for a three-pointer with his patented soccer-like kicking style. But the Wolverine

… the spheroid on its own 33 with a few minutes left and started its last attempt to score. The Chandler- Henderson combo quickly enabled the Wolverines to gain a first down on State's 23, but the drive…

… object was O'Donnell. The Wolverine attack soon stalled, and O'Donnell booted to Lewis who muffed the fair catch. Clancy jumped on the ball on the Michi- gan 45, but the Wolverines still couldn't do…

… anything and had to punt again. Drive Stalled Other than the Michigan scor- ing drive, the only serious of fen- sive threat in the first half came when MSU drove from its own 17 deep into Wolverine territory…

October 29, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

… and hope was restored. You gave a roar when the Wolverines held, and sat back with a sigh of relief. "We've won," you thought. But then you jumped up In disbelief as youheard, ". . . and McRae finds an…

… him play. He must have been great. Butthen again,'Glinka played a pretty good game, he's just not a long pass specialist. And Chandler is. In fact, it's too bad that the Wolverines had to go. for the…

…, considering his sprained ankle:" The total of 304 yards which the Gopher sensation picked up JUDGE DICKSON ..:ands down decision pass and a possible win. { And what happened to the rock-ribbed Wolverine

…, he's. In." "And were in too," you think. "The Victors" rings loud. ,and clear. 'Minnesota just can't move. But neither can Michigan. That's okay, it's 20-8. But you'd like to hear those Wolverines

… the 'Michigan 46 yard line by virtue of a holding penalty against the Wolverines. Then Stephens lofted his long arching pass to Campbell who caught it without breaking stride on the four yard line and…

… raced into the end zone behind Wolverine defender Jim Ward. Tom Loechler added the extra point by kicking and the margin was narrowed to five points. With seven minutes to go, Min- nesota took over on its…

… 12 yard line after the Wolverines punted and drove down to the Michigan nine. It was Stephens who car- ried the ball or passed, on almost. every play. He ran into the end zone with 3:30 left, but…

October 25, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 47) • Page Image 7

Wolverines are still in quest of their first conference victory, a fractional win picked up via a 7-7 tie with MSU being the sole cellar-saving salvation. Bob Timberlake gets the start- starting call at…

…- formance last weekend against Purdue, his first major action of the year due to a shoulder injury, gave the Franklin, Ohio, junior the top Wolverine passing percentage 1 with 10 completions out of 16 at…

…- tempts. Timberlake also scored both tallies personally, placing him second only to end John Hender- son in scoring. The Wolverines will be without the services of "fire-guy" Tom Cecchini, sophomore center…

…- cialists Craig Kirby and John Hen- derson will undoubtedly see plenty of action, especially if the weather is dry and the Wolverines take to the air. Besides leading Michigan in scoring with 18 points…

… the starting forward wall. The Wolverines are 217 pounds-per-man up front; Minnesota will have a 211-pound average. In the backfield, Jack Clancy and Dick Rindfuss remain at the halfback spots and Mel…

… the marbles. In groping for a guest selector who will not embarrass the Daily sports staff by beating all of the knowledgable scribes, we have come up with Wolverine Club President Mervin (Mangy…

October 26, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

… Don Moor- head in the second quarter and on runs of one and three yards in the third quarter. His last touchdown put the Wolverines safely ahead, 21-9, with a little over two minutes left in the third…

… quarter. Michigan added two surplus TD's in the fourth period on a six yard keeper by quarterback Moorhead and a 10 yard sweep by reserve tailback Lance Scheffler. The Wolverine victory, coupled with the…

… losses suffered by Michigan State and Indiana, revived Michigan's flicker- ing hopes for a Rose Bowl berth. If the Wolverines do win the1 rest of their games, they will get the trip, but even if they do…

… locker room. "It was Taylor's first chance tot go this year and he was great."t But the Wolverines were anything but great in the firstt half when repeated mistakes by the Wolverine offense keptt the…

October 23, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 45) • Page Image 9

… second half. p In fact, the Wolverines only managed a puny two touchdowns after the break. At least this made b things easy on, the cheerleaderso who are tradition bound to jump c off the ledges after…

… Gopher safety out of the play. That's the way it went all game for the Wolverines. It wasn'tX like last week against Purdue. Not like the MSU game two weeksr ago, either. This is the kind of game Michigan…

… remain in Ann Arbor again after a year's absence. Back in 1943 a Wolverine squad defeated the Gophers by a 49-6 score. Michigan has now won the Brown Jug 30 times, while the Gophers have had it 18 times…

… a pre-game smooch. Wolverines Discover Gopher Holes is * X CIS 1R NA The "Cipher Disk" ... NSA symbol and one of the oldest and most effective crypto- graphic devices known. equipped computer…

October 06, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…. LXXIX, No. 33 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, October 6, 1968 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Wolverines By BOB LEES Associate Sports Editor The winning combination was the same as a week ago - Den- nis Brown…

… shooting touchdowns. Wolverine c o a c h Bump Elliott said after t h e game "we do a much better job on punt returns than on trying to block the kick. They're often hard to get started, though, but Hoey set…

… kickoff from the two to the 36, and from there Navy gained two quick first downs. The Wolverine "defense held them, and when the ensuing punt went -into the end zone, Brown and the rest of the of- fense…

… started again from the 30. This time they made it. Us- ing 10 plays, half of them runs by Daley, quarterback Mick Mc- Nallen drove his squad down to the Wolverine nine. Again Michigan's defense held, but…

… Tire Killian's field goal attempt from the 22 was wide to the right. The first quarter ended with Navy clinging to that 3-0 lead; and the Wolverines looking any- thing but inspired. At one point Johnson…

October 19, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

… whether or not he will compete this year with the Wolverines, who are defending Big Ten champions, Lew is undecided. Doctors have told him to curtail all contact athletics for the next two years. Lew seems…

… endanger his health. What does the future hold in store for Lew Hyman? He feels healthy, and looks forward to competing again. Prognosis: excellent. What does the future hold in store for Wolverine

… even represent the Wolverines again this year. Newt Loken's squad is a lear favorite for its third straight Big Ten title. My prognosis: excellent. 173 in 48 carries). Halfback Tom Prichard is the best…

… the Wolverines had a light workout in sweat pants and without pads. They viewed movies before going out to prac- tice. The squad will hold a light; practice this morning before leav- ing for Purdue…

… inaugural series contest in 1890, Michigan's Wolverines and Purdue's Boilermakers tangled once again at Lafayette on Oct. 13, 1929. Purdue had managed only one victory in this long span of time. The series…

… The Wolverines came out fight- ing in the third period as Joe Gembis started things off with a 20-yd. drop kick, and moments lat- er, the Wolverine left end, Joe Truskowski, blocked a Boilermaker punt…

October 09, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

Wolverine defense that picked off two fumbles and three interceptions. After the game, Coach Bump Elliott wore his biggest smile of the fall. For he had been worried that the Wolverines might suffer a letdown…

October 10, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 36) • Page Image 8

… women's run. Wolverine track captain Ron Kutschinski, also taking the se- mester off from school to run for the American team, hopes to con- quer US stars Wade Bell and Tom Farrell, Wilson Kiprugut of…

… and he realizes it's his last go-around." Robie should gain extra incen- tive since the Olympic gold medal represents the only major butter- fly title he has never captured. Not all Wolverine swimmers…

… Mexico in his third Olym- pics. Michigan alumnus John Claw- son, now in the US army, may face a rougher battle on the basketball court. A three year member of the' Wolverines during the Cazzie Rus- sell…

… would not disturb anyone, though. A SPARTAN RUNNING BOCK attempts to side-step a tackle by Michigan safety Jerry Hart- man (26) during the Wolverines' encounter with MSU last year. Cecil Pryor, then a…

October 16, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 42) • Page Image 7

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1965 THE MICHIGAN JDAIIX s c..:;: ....... ..~.UN~~ ~d PAGE SEVEN 4 'Michigan Fights To Snap Three-Year Purdue Jinx By JIM LaSOVAGE The Wolverines got a taste of Purdue…

… homecoming game, when the Northwestern Wildcats stormed into Ann Arbor with a 4-0 record and a high national ranking. The Wolverines were de- cided underdogs. Stuns Wildcats But the team fired up and handed…

October 21, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

… ti Crucial 4? Highly-Rated Team To Meet Wolverines First Match in Nine Years To Show Boilermakers' Fullbacks, Passing By CLIFF MARKS Associate Sports Editor Homecoming finds Michigan at the…

… crossroads. The Wolverines' future in the Big Ten race will be on the line as the rugged Purdue Boilermakers provide the opposition at 1:30 today at the Michigan Stadium. This will be the first time in nine…

…- proved three new appointments at their meeting yesterday. *enough of Michigan to rank them 15th on the basis of impressive wins over UCLA and Army. Pur- due is given th 14th ,national spot. Past Wolverine

… coincidentally, the rebound came, on Homecoming that year. Added Incentive In fact, the Wolverines have gone two Homecomings without a vic- tory and this should be added in- centive. But the Boilermakers, led by…

…+ likely se^ some action. He has the highest rushing average on the1 squad. See WOLVERINES, Page 6 f May Face New Purge MOSCOW (R)-A flood of con- demnations directed at old line Stalinists poured out in…

October 13, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

… pull anything out from under his sleeve to beat the Spartans. An impromptu pass play, a tipped MSU aerial, and a pair of broken tackles shoved the Wolverines to their first victory in a conference opener…

… someone else. "I was right in his line of vision," Man- dich continued, "And I had a step on my man. The pass was perfect and I had clear sailing the rest of the way to the goal line." The Wolverines

…. Seymour, Wolverine defensive and spe- cialist who tied teammate Tom Goss for game honors with 14 tackles, barely man- aged to tip the pigskin away from Wede- meyer's waiting arms. That broke State…

… up 152 yards in 19 carries for the afternoon. There are only six games left on the regular season sched- ule, but the Wolverine captain failed to elaborate on his prediction. "I think this one will…

… their scoring opportunities." For much of the game, the Wolverines made their own breaks. Speedster George Hoey took the opening kickoff and raced all the way to the Spartan 49. Five plays later, Johnson…

October 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

… / Crowd, To See Aerial Duel Miller To Challenge 'M' Defense; Glinka To Carry Wolverine Hopes By BRIAN MacCLOWRY Jolted from their Big Ten title aspirations last week by, burly Minnesota, Bump Elliott…

…'s Wolverines will attempt to rebound today when they meet sophomore studded Wiscon- sin at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Game time is 2:30 p.m. (EST) and the coverage will be handled by radio stations WPAG…

…. Today's game will mark the 25th meeting between the two schools with the Wolverines holding a de- cisive edge in the series. Mich- T igan has won 18 of the battles, .O C Wisconsin five, and there has…

… _ -Daily-James Warneka McRAE ON THE MOVE-Michigan halfback Bennie McRae moves the ball out of Wolverine terri- tory in the first quarter of the Minnesota game. He will be at left halfback today. BONSAL…

… seems to be on the side of Michigan today. The Wolverines have never lost a game at Madison in their eight appear- ances. Unbeaten Season The last time Michigan appear- ed in Madison, in 1947, they whip…

… go into the game with 1-2 records in Big Ten play, and with no visions of winning the title. Last Saturday while the Wolverines were suffering their second conference loss, a bruising 10-0 decision to…

… times for ten yards. A sound Miller could have made the Ohio State game much closer. In the second period with the score tied and Wisconsin on See WOLVERINES, Page 6 MSU Trustees, Vote To Ask More Funds…

October 09, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…, "Render Unto Michigan What is Michigan's"; Alpha Omi- cron Pi, "Michigan has No Match"; Tau Kappa Epsilon, "The Die is Cast"; Zeta Beta Taus "Ben Wolverine." Accepted Petitions Alpha Gamma Delta, "Render…

… Divide Minnesota into Three Parts"; Phi Kappa Psi, "Roman Law Decrees"; Kappa Sigma, "Please Mr. Caesar, I Don't Wanna Go!"; Huber, "Victor Wolverines." Tau Delta Phi Tau Delta Phi, "Sacrifice to the Gods…

… Otay Ethay Ictorsvay Aihay. Alpha Phi, "We're Roman' All Over Your Ruins"; Tau Epsilon Phi, "Vulcan Vooms Gohpers"; Fredrick, "Throw Them To the Wolverines"; Phi Gamma Delta, "Grinditus Gopherus…

October 13, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 39) • Page Image 10

… on a bench in the locker- room and cried from sheer happiness. After the Michigan State game, Wolverine Jim Wilhite was so broken up he couldn't pull himself together enough to get out of his uniform…

…. It was hard to stop from joining him. Neither the Tigers nor the Wolverines were noted as come-from- behind teams. This year, Detroit went wild with comeback victories and ended up as World Champions…

… is suposed to be an unlucky number. It's been 13 years since Michigan has overcome the East Lansing eleven in Ann Arbor. When the Wolverines had 13 points yesterday, the Spartans had 14. Maybe 13 means…

… it happen twice. Ohio State is unbelievably tough at home. Michigan has to meet them in Columbus this year. The seniors have never seen the Wolverines win the Big Ten Championship. Ohio State is the…

October 14, 1961 (vol. 73, iss. 24) • Page Image 7

… Michigan and Michigan State as they prepare for the biggest game of the season today: END -- Both MSU's Art Brandstatter and Wolverine captain George Mans are all-America candidates and solid performers…

…. Bickle is a field goal threat' on kickoffs, but Brandstatter can also boot them for MSU. EVEN. TACKLE-It is difficult to imagine anyone getting the best of Wolverine starters Jon Schopf and John Houtman…

… given 12'. Both rank in the na- tion's top ten, Conversely, the opposing run- ning attacks also rate among the best. The Wolverines, led by Ben- nie McRae's 160 yds. and Bill MICH. STATE MICHIGAN Sanders…

October 10, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 20) • Page Image 7

… turned into a quick 10-0 lead. The early lead for the second week in a row also made it possible for the Wolverines to keep any new wrinkles under wraps until Saturday's crucial Michigan State contest…

… fourth score which sophomore Bruce McLenna chalked up. With the Wolverines on the Army seven, halfback Bennie McRae came in after sitting out much of the second half with a slightly bruised knee. The Army…

…, and will improve," he added. Tough Defense The tough Wolverine defense, which held the Cadets to a net yardage of only 15 yards on the ground, still caused Elliott some concern by allowing quarterback…

October 03, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…, UM Friends of Vietnam Fall Invite you to attend the GRID SELECTIONS It's that time of year again. No, not the World Series. Not th start of the Wolverines' annual losing streak. It's Daily-UAC champ…

… night, in order to be eligible for two Cottage Inn Pizzas and two Michigan Theatre tickets. 1B' TEAM TIES: To'ronto Bombs" e t Michigan Ruggers s By PHIL BROWN to earn the Michigan B team a Wolverine Tom…

October 05, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…'s game with Missouri and all of them were bad. They fumbled the ball away four times, three of those deep in Wolverine territory and once inside the Tiger 10 yard line. They had a punt blocked on them deep…

… grasp of Wolverine defensive back Barry Pierson. The Wolverine offense couldn't, get any closer than the 23 and Tim Killian's 40-yard field goal attempt hit the left cross bar with a disheartening thud…

… back to Adam Vital again on the 16. But the Tigers hadn't found the key to the Michigan de- fense and had to settle for a game-tying 26-yard field goal by Henry Brown. However, the Wolverines were just…

… going over from the one. But the fun was still not over. See'POOREST,' Page 9 --Daily-Eric Pergeaux Tjgur jfllbw'c li on lcBrid e (32) slasles t irougli the Wolverine line SUNDAYA &A DAIL Y ie…

October 28, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… mistakes by intercepting three Wolverine aerials while only losing two of their own. At one point in the fourth quar- ter the ball changed hands three times in four plays. The final score, by the way, was…

… Minnesota 17, Michigan 0. It was the third straight time the Wolverines were whitewashed in the Big Ten and you have to look' all the way back to 1935 to find that again. How long it has been since Michigan…

… failed to get inside the 12-yd. line in three games is anybody's guess. New Look The Wolverines came out of the dressing room yesterday with a new look in their eyes and a new offense in their heads. Bob…

… Evashevski calling signals. But outside of a smart halfback jump pass from Timberlake to end Jim Conley, which caught Minnesota by surprise, the Wolverines were as futile as ever. Juggled Lineup Minnesota…

… Michigan's many mistakes that opened the door. Futile Punt Standing back to punt on his own 30, Joe O'Donnell couldn't reach the pass from center. The ball skidded to the Wolverine 18 where Minnesota took…

October 15, 1961 (vol. 73, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…. The halting seemed always to come to late for the Wolverines. MOCK ATOMIC WAR: Defense Drill Proves Successful Public Colleges Urged To End Student Fees. Public universities and colleges should charge…

… oncoming youth Wolverines- Maier, '63, explained yesterday.. However, the Arabs' complaint was more than an attempt to stifle discussion. The objections seem' to be reasonable because all the facts about…

… and the picket ships the north. The "kill" was made in .e invaders and flashed the vicinity of Goose Bay, Labra- to the mainland. Jet dor. Michigan's Bennie McRae on the Wolverine 31. From then on the…

…, but there the attack was stym- ied. The Wolverines picked up 101 yds. as compared to State's 105 in the second half and yielded only a single touchdown, early in the last, quarter. State picked up 295…

… workhorse of the game with 16 carries and 57 total yds. plus a touchdown. Fumbles played a key role in the Wolverine defeat, as they lost the ball three times via bobbles. See MSU, page 6 Strike, Action OAK…

October 11, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…" marks as the Wolverines. "Tempers, no better make that temperament, ran high," noted Daugherty after the game, again trying to make light of the "give and take" roughness that had the Spartans spinning…

… Rowser drew most of the A Green Christmas praise for upsetting the pro-type East Lansing's Green Giants formation that the Spartans have established a reputation for sprang on the Wolverines. Nunley…

October 13, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 38) • Page Image 7

… St~ By TOM WEINBERG How fitting it is that Rick Sygar-primarily a defensive spe- cialist - provided the offensive punch that enabled the Wolverines to dump Michigan State Satur- day. It was the…

…-; placement for sophomore Jim Det-; wiler, whose running helped power the Wolverines to the first two wins, but had somewhat of an TOM CECCHINI -Daily-Jim Lines MICHIGAN DEFENSIVE BACKS Rich Volk (49) and…

… Rich Sygar (18) reach high to knock down a pass intended for Michigan State end Eugene Washington (84). The Wolverine pass defense only allowed four MSU completions in 12 attempts in Saturday's game. The…

October 14, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 22) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY du gan quadMakes Few 'Mistakes' Unbeaten Missouri Pushes Leaders By CLIFF MARKS z Michigan Captain Gerry intercepted a Michigan ass deep in Wolverine ter- with only a few…

… three fum- bles, thus showing a decided edge in the matter of "change of hands." An area which the Wolverines have not shown a lack in is pen- alties, which Elliott calls "a bad mistake." The Maize and…

… which could have prevented a tying Wolverine TD. 'Not Those Mistakes' "It wasn't those kind of mis- takes that lost it for us at East Lansing," said Elliott, "it was mental mistakes". He cited examples of…

October 08, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… a row to win its But Michigan had control of the 500th game, ball three more times before the And for the second week in a final gun, once as far as the Navy row, the Wolverines snatched de- 25, when…

…. Then; in the few of their own. final minute, Michigan returned a The loss dropped the Wolverines punt to the Navy 47, only to have to 499-180-30, and of more im-another Vidmer-Mandich attempt mediate…

October 31, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…-circular canals was a whirlpool by the third quarter as Michigan notched 50 points against meek Wisconsin's w 14. The nauseated but ebullient cheerleaders somersaulted 236 times, an unofficial Wolverine record…

… pitched out to and a Boyajian fumble pushed it third quarter, the Wolverines led Rick Sygar for 10. Three head to 37-0. 50-0. For the team whose back butts later Gabler made it 13-0 Getting the ball on the…

… safety, Ehad been flogged four straight and Sygar upped it to 14. the Wolverines thumpety thumped weeks with chintzy losses by aIfrmteBdr47oth 26 total of 28 points, seven per game, Early in the second…

… Just before the end of first half with Sharpe zipping for the last know all the yummy, coconut 1 Michigan again got the ball and See WOLVERINES. Page 7 of Big Ten combat because the But after these two…

October 13, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…." Romney said that they are con- ducting more research than any other university in the nation to- day. Wolverines, Spartans Fight to 7-7 Standoff He also commented that the co- operation between the…

… Cthina. in all Unitda tonsn, By MIKE BLOCK Associate Sports Editor Michigan's Wolverines scored a touchdown in the first period yes- terday and then hung on tenaciously to salvage a 7-7 tie with Michi…

… both teams'at one victory, one loss, and one tie. It was the first deadlock for Michigan since its 12-12 game with State in 1958. The lone Wolverine score came with 10:09 elapsed in the opening period on…

October 03, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… Editor Wolverin cending 4 It wasn't the type of excruciat- cend ig ing loss thathknifes your memory went Mi with sordid details. And it wasn'tt a smear that you snicker about after the momentary sting sub…

… must in all In pick Rally be labelled inferior, the ( figment Stops Wolverines, 15-7 of the sportswriter's dime at least on a half dollar, and es encountered an Georgia team. And chigan's eight game…

… quarterback as say Francis Tarkenton, a Georgia alum. With Michigan leading 7-6, 4:11 left in the fourth quarter, the ball on the Michigan 28, Ridlehuber rolled out to his left on first and ten. The Wolverine

October 14, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 39) • Page Image 8

… 43 attempts and 319 yards in the first three games of the season. r' .'i ' 1 0 f::'j"i . SPARTAN HALFBACK AMMON (38) finds a hole in the Michigan line but once in the Wolverine defensive…

… leading ground gainer for the Wolverines last Saturday as he picked up 70 of the team's 124 yards on the ground. …

October 29, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 50) • Page Image 8

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October 18, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

… KOSYGIN l4TT H'N' 7 ETBACK 'Spoilermakers' Humble Wolverines, 21-20 S.. By GARY WYNER -* Associate Sports Editor Purdue thwarted two late Michigan rallies by recovering fumbles and toppled the Wolverines

… from their national ranking with a 21-20 upset here yesterday afternoon. The loss, first of the year for the Wolverines, left them 3-1 for the season and 1-1 in Big Ten conference play. They face…

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

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

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

October 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

… quarterback Dave Glinka and halfback Dave Raim- ey. Glinka, the first sophomore to quarterback the Wolverines in 20 years, has completed 30 of 70 passes for 463 yards and four touchdowns. A cheering sign about…

October 04, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… shutout in two years yesterday, 21-0. The victory gave the Wolverines a perfect 2-0 season record to take to East Lansing next week against Michigan State. Michigan has not beaten the Spartans since 1955…

…. Halfback Carl Ward and fullback Dave (Cannonball) Fisher, accounted for the Wolverines' scores, while halfback, Jim Detwiler led the ground attack with 77 yards in 11 carries. All three are sophomores…

October 21, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

… Rivalry {V By TOM WEBBER sports Editor Special To The Daily LAFAYETTE-The Michigan Wolverines made early game mistakes and sputtered ondoffense again to suffer a 37-0 loss to Purdue, marking their second…

… - -- even more points. The game was almost a repiav of last week's loss to Michigan State except the Boilermakers threw in more pass plays against Michigan's untested secondary. The Wolverines got behind…

October 18, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

… Lund three weeks ago. Lund resigned to accept an administrative position in the Detroit Tiger front office. Outstanding Predecessors "I'm very grateful for the ap- endl, the Wolverines went on to…

… Fisher from 1954-56 and captained the. 1956 Wolverine nine. Joined League Following his graduation from Michigan in 1956, Benedict joined t Lewis Reveals H ousin , To tals exceed 10,000 This semester 10…

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