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October 27, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 27, 1978-Page 13 ii Mihian hockey. action pacihked 6 minutes, i I, * I h 1 7 { The 1978-79 Michigan hockey season has begun with the Wolverines getting off to a…

… his sixth season as the Wolverine coach, is counting onl senior Mark Miller to lead the team offensively. Along with Miller, Farrell has junior Dan Lerg and a whole host of recruits with the ability to…

… put the puck in the net. Last year, the Wolverines played many exciting games at home and they ex- pect to continue that through this season. The team will play their home games at Yost Ice Arena again…

October 20, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 39) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily--Saturday, October 20, 1979-Page 9 A$ BASEOTTO NOTCHES HAT TRICK: Wolverine icers v. v' }:v.:v. : v. :.v.:.::::".: :. v. ti:.n.w., ": r. v-' }i :hi}:{":}.......:.' r.::v: ;.. r…

… freshman, Bruno Baseotto reaped the most dividends with a three goal hat trick and three assists, leading the Wolverines to a convincing 9-5 season- opening victory. The weakness was Falcon goaltender Wally…

… Charko's glove side as Baseotto, Doug Todd, and Dan Lerg all slid shots into the left hand corner of the net to get the Wolverines' season off to a positive start. All three of Baseotto's goals found…

… stanza. Despite the nine goals and seemingly easy victory, Wolverine coach Dan Farrell could still find fault with his team's performance. "I think the score was misleading," he said. "I thought they (the…

… and we just had to see if he could do it in games." He did, and so did the other five freshmen forwards and the Michigan offense. Nine gogals last night were more than the last year's Wolverines were…

… accustomed to getting in three games. The victory gave Michigan a ten- game winning streak against no losses over the Falcons, who for the second year in a row outshot the Wolverines by a 2-1 margin and still…

… came up short on the scoreboard. The Wolverines outscored the Falcons 2-1 in the second period, with Dan Lerg and Baseotto turning the light on for the Wolverines and freshman Tim Alexander doing it for…

… Bowling Green. That set the stage for a fairly ragged yet explosive third period. Todd scored first for the Wolverines, taking a slick pass from Baseotto and going in all alone on Charko for the night…

… well established teams like Wisconsin, Indiana,C State, Purdue and Iowa will be the teams to watch in the meet. Leading the Wolverines will be Melanie Weaver, who Simmons says will n likely finish in the…

October 14, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 32) • Page Image 9

… on a sure bet, then check out the cross country action this after- noon on the Michigan Golf course. 'You see, Michigan State hits town at 4:15 to face Michigan in the Wolverines' only dual meet of the…

… losses to Notre Dame and North- western. THE WOLVERINES on the other hand will field a squad including eight of the ten lettermen which helped win the Big Ten championship for Michigan for the third…

…'ve had so far this year." WHEN ASKED if Michigan State posed any threat to the Wolverines, Warhurst responded "none whatsoever." Even though Warhurst may be overconfident, several of the Wolverine harriers…

… up the pace," Warhurst com- mented. "If he just stays in a pack we'll probably break him at three miles." State enters the race with a 6-10 record against the Wolverines and with the talent they…

… the Badgers don't build on it tomorrow. The fifteenth ranked Badgers lead the Big Ten with a 3-0 conference mark while the Wolverines are tied for second at 2-0. Wisconsin plays nine conference games…

…-ranked Wolverines will be without the services of tight end Mark }# Schmerge tomorrow. The junior from Cincinnati is sidelined with a foot in;- jury. Senior Derek Howard will return to his cornerback spot after…

… RENHARGER For track purists, the so-called 'Michigan Mile' was nothing special, and maybe somewhat amusing. But, for basketball buffs, with one eye on the calendar anticipating the Wolverine's opening tip…

…. Orr's Wolverines will definitely miss depart- ed starters Ricky Green, Steve Grote and Johnny Robinson. Along with the Bodnars, newcomers include Robin- son's 'little' brother Mike (6-10, 240), plus…

October 26, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 14

… fact remains that tp win 5 t Dan Lerg you must score, and this they did not do. Last year the Wolverines were last in the WCH A in goals scored (117) and last in the standings. Through their last twenty…

… his knee. DUE LARGELY to these untimely in- juries, the Wolverine offehse never really got untracked. But with the usual pre-season optimism, Farrell is con- fident about this year's attack. "If our…

… netted themselves. UNLESS THE Wolverines improve on the lowest scoring offense in the WCHA, the defense will be relied on heavily to keep the team in the game. According to the Wolverine defen- semen…

… year's experience may prove invaluable to the Wolverines' defensive corps in improving on las~t year'sdlisappointing season. Doug Todd THE BULK O the responsibility, however, still remains with the…

October 24, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 45) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverines top number one rated Ohio State, 24-12. But only trivia freaks, sports nuts and other demented souls will remember the game that made it all possible, a game played four weeks earlier in…

… Minneapolis against the always rugged Gophers. This was the game in which the Wolverines proved themselves, proved that they could overcome adversity in the best Michigan tradition. In case you've forgotten…

October 28, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 46) • Page Image 10

… end zone for the in there. Yo ultimate score. protection. IT WAS A miraculous play for the nobody put seemingly ill-fated Wolverines. The can sit bac fact that the ball got into Carter's hands that…

… gua Wolverines were faced with a fourth TD. On the and one situation on their 31. Electing nected to N not to punt, Schembechler called a run. ball to mid- Success ensued as Woolfolk bowled four The…

… his team into the Hoosier end zone for the first score of the game. On Bryan Virgil's 37-yard punt, the Indiana man downfield fumbled the ball when hit by Roosevelt Smith. Wolverine sophomore Mike…

… yards, giving the Wolverines goal-to-go on the three-yard line. Reid proceeded to bowl over the goal line on the next play, giving Michigan six poin- ts and one more for the conversion. WITH 3:56 TICKED…

… CARTER holds the game ball high above his head just an instant before he is swarmed by fellow Wolverines and fans iryesterday's homecoming game. The Wolverines pulled off a miraculous 27-21 victory with a…

… the Hoosiers didn't get the ball in field goal territory with a chance to win it, and it preserved a glimmer of hope for the Wolverines. "I could have lost the game with that fourth down, and maybe have…

…- mugged by the exultant Wolverines. "Everybody crowded in, I couldn't hardly breath," said Carter. CARTER 'HELD his touchdown ball as he spoke, and you knew the shiny pigskin was a momento he'd treasure for…

…, must content himself with knowing his team can, and did, compete with the Wolverines. That, given Indiana's woes in recent years, is a vic- tory in itself. Nobody's calling the Hoosiers preten- ders to…

October 29, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

… student input, more receptive to the modern problems that Brown Waters HOMECOMING VICTORY, 42-10: Wolverines dig Gophers' hole 'Brown Jug' returns By PAUL CAMPBELL You can come home again. Rick…

… Leach proved it yester- day before a sun-drenched homecoming crowd of 105,308, throwing three touchdown passes and accounting for Michigan's first five scores as the Wolverines crunched Min- nesota, 42…

… THREE scoring tosses gave him 38 in his 43 games as a Wolverine, which is more than any other Big Ten quar- terback ever. More important to Leach than'4th records, however, was the revenge h and his…

… teammates gained over a Mi nesota team that shocked the toj ranked Wolverines last year in Mi neapolis by a 16-0 count. "Yeah, I gotta admit this one wa kinda sweet," said Leach after t$ game. "Last year was…

… that a] week in practice." WHEN LEACH wasn't sweeping th ball up and down the field himself, thi Wolverines Were sparked by th spirited running of freshman tailbaci Butch Woolfolk, who replaced the in…

…) and Bob Hollway (94) are running to assist their teammate, Harris. (9) in yesterday's Wolverine victory over the Gophers, 42-10. Andy Cannivano CAR TER PERSUADES EGYPTIAN NEGOTIA TORS TO STAY: Mideast…

October 27, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 45) • Page Image 8

…4 Page 8---Saturday, October 27, 1979-The Michigan Daily MICHIGAN ROMPS IN WCHA OPENER: Wolverine icers demolish Duluth Big Ten Advance By JON WELLS There are many ways to score goals in hockey…

… of nine goals in the first period. Fresh- man Wolverine center Bruno Baseotto was the dominant figure in the scoring barrage with a hat trick in the opening frame, his second of the young season…

Wolverines with 13 points in just three games, remained soft-spoken concer- ning his achievements. "I feel great. I'm happy just playing," he said. While Baseotto was demonstrating the tip-in, the rest of the…

… Michigan team was teaching the ;Bulldogs further scoring lessons. The second Wolverine goal came when Dan Lerg fed doe Milburn streaking in on the left wing on a two-on-one break. Milburn beat the…

… coach Dan Farrell, Fricker had a bad case of the flu and was pulled after the second period for this reason. The victory last night has to be en- couraging for the Wolverines, as not only did they beat a…

October 27, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 12

… weather is on its way. The iciest of the winter sports, hockey, has returned to Yost Arena. The Wolverines started their season last weekend with a pair of overtime victories against Bowling Green. However…

… they vWill not be. Last season, the Wolverines had a tough time at it as they went a bleak 15-20-1 overall, including a stret- ch that saw them lose 16 out of 20 one point in the season- But that was…

… Six years ago, Michigan's present ticket manager, Al Renfrew, retired as coach of the Wolverine hockey team. To replace him, Athletic Director Don Canham brought in a relative unknown named Dan Farrell…

… disaster. What was so ironic about the team's poor showing was the fact that before it even began, the Wolverines were predicted to win the 1977 NCAA National Championship. Fast start, then disaster Michigan…

October 30, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 46) • Page Image 9

… Michigan controlled the rest of the alf, limiting the Hawkeyes, who con- entrated on rushing, to just three first owns. But the Wolverines also stopped hemselves by missing a field goal and umbling twice…

… defense was bringing everyone up on the line, so we had to throw to break them up," noted tight end Johnson. Schembechler was pleased with the win, although he said the Wolverines "still stop themselves too…

…. Attacking the Wolverine defense in its traditionally weakest spot-the pass-Iowa marched the ball 90 yards to score its only six points of thWe game .. . ... Eighty-two of those yards came through an aerial…

… (to try to stop Michigan). We just adjust to what they do." It seems so easy. Michigan simply passed for 202 yards yesterday, in- cluding three which went for Wolverine touchdowns. Game after game this…

… LOSS: Wolverines axed 'in overtime, 6-5 By PAUL CAMPBELL Denver center Vince Magnan skated round a defenseman and flipped the uck past Michigan goalie Rick Palmer ith 1:24 gone in sudden death over…

… halfway between the blue line and the goal and flicked a' backhand shot that deflected off Palmer into the goa, eiiding' the Wolverines to their first defeat of the young season. THE OVERTIME tally…

… thwarted a Michigan comeback that brought the Wolverines back from a four-goal defi- cit in the second half of the contest. After -.Perry Schnarr gave the Pioneers a 5-1 lead at 7:41 of the second period on…

…. Controlling the puck behind the Denver goal, Debol whipped it onto the stick of Billy Thayer. Thayer's low drive found the twine in the left corner behind Denver goalie Jim Bales. IT WAS THE Wolverines' first…

… checking, Debol set up Kip Maurer at 1:30 of the third period to bring the Wolverines back within one. Only one more penalty was called in, the game, but Doug Todd took advan- tage of it to tie the game at…

October 14, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 34) • Page Image 9

… line." have cony While the offense has showed overall Two a improvement, Michigan was far from Woolfolk perfect on the day. The Wolverines end and s blew numerous chances to put the game Minnesot away…

… early in the second half. The main upping M problem - turnovers. 10-0. The Wolverines seemed determined EARLS to give the Gophers every chance was Min possible to catch up in the second half. stuff. Aw On…

WOLVERINE wolfman Stu for the it Harris charged in for two consecutive one. backfield tackles, freshman Anthony A 13-ya Carter fumbled the ensuing punt, back B.J giving Minnesota the ball on the gains by…

…'s first :th.6:29 remaining in the first er, who had entered the game after Dickey was shaken up the aforementioned run, then led the Wolverines down the field, passing to Reid for a yard out for six…

… Michigan Wolverines might not be sit- ting pretty on top of the Big Ten today. l Jolly day for some defenders, ut Carlso By BILLY SAHN "YOU CAN'T do that t can move the ball like Schembechler added. "W…

… interception through the first quarte Wolverines the ball at the Bryan Virgil, of all people Gophers bi First downs............. Rushing ................. Passing ................. Rush attempts/yds .. Net yard…

… which accounted for 339 yards, the most r, giving the any team has passed for against the Minnesota 25. Wolverines so far this season. was the first FIFTY-ONE times, the Gophers went tried to the air…

… his pass defense would 38 0 2 1 0 29 be among the conference's best anymore. 123 0 28 In spite of the Gophers' rolling offen- 69 0 24 se, the Wolverine defense held them 27 0 12 77 0 5 enough to…

October 20, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 38) • Page Image 11

…, failing to make the conference playoffs. .ON THE OTHER end of the rink,the Falcons are coming off the finest season in the team's 10-year history. Following a pair of losses to the Wolverines in last year…

…'s Wolverines. Game time tonight is 7:30 at Yost Arena. The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 20, 1978-Page 11 Pistons trade Ford By The Associated Press BOSTON-The Boston Celtics of the National Basketball…

… slow at first," commented forward Mary Callam, who scored the first two Wolverine goals. It was the sixth and seventh goals of the season for the Bloomfield Hills junior and the 27th of her career at…

… a low shot past goaltender Mary Jane Lang from 15 feet out. Dea Mazzetta set up Callam's second goal on an almost identical play and the Wolverines led 2-0 before Albion made the game close on a…

… pretty scoring play of their own. Jill Barry stopped a cor- ner pass from beside the Wolverine net with her hand, teeing it up perfectly for teammate Tommi Polizzi who un- corked a blazer that Wolverine

… netmin- der Laura Pieri had no chance on. MARY HIBBARD and Lisa Kaplan scored the insurance goals for the Wolverines, who head up to East Lan- sing tomorrow to compete in the Big Ten Tournament. Head coach…

October 26, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 45) • Page Image 7

…- defeated Michigan Wolverines take on an injury-riddled Min- nesota squad in Michigan Sta-, dium.I The 6-0 Wolverines hope to break a string of three straight, lackluster performances, in- cluding last week…

… right. Still, Bo remembers that passing saved some cru- cial drives against the Bad- gers last week. On the defensive side, the Wolverines' success in capturing their seventh straight Little Brown Jug…

… devastating hit by Wolverine Mik e Holmes (40) while Jeff Perlinger (97) looks on. Michigan gave up 20 points to Minnesota. Wisconsin last week, and hopes to improve today against t E MICHIGAN WINS…

… and a goal on a picture play with the lot of mistakes," were, accord- INIGHT EDITOR help of Captain Randy Tru- ing to Wolverine Coach DanjL BILL STIEG deau. While skating in from the Farrell, what kept…

… sively," Farrell stated, not at; handed, the Wolverines monopo- his own rebound shot in. all satisfied in spite of the lized play. OSU had only five Neal, a 5-8 senior, earned the' score and the remarkable…

…-1 at 8:30 of the last per- Bol, Natale) 8:52; 3. M -DeBol while the Wolverines were short- iod. The 210-pound junior, lead- (Neal, Fox) 12:05, pp; 4. M - Kawa handed. Neal and Greg Fox as- ing scorer for…

… the Wolverines (Trudeau, Manery) 14:49. sisted as the Detroiter slapped last year with 25 goals, was as- No scoring. a rebound shot past OSU goalie sisted by Fox and Doug Lind-, THIRD PERIOD Dan…

October 08, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 27) • Page Image 9

…&M. The Wolverines may need artillery support from the Goodyear blimp today against the passing of Spartan QB Eddie Smith. third and fifth innings and scored both times on infield outs by Al Cowens. Mc…

… (2), Rau (7), Sosa (8), Grote (9). Christenson, Brusstar t4), Reed (5), Garber (7) and - Boone. W-Rautzhan, 1-0. L-Garber,1-1. BLUE 2nd OF 20 AT NOTRE DAME Depth paces Wolverine harriers By ERNIE…

… team finish. The Wolverines amassed 93 points to Eastern Illinois' 81. Cleveland St. totaled 102 points for third spot and host Notre Dame finished fourth with 131 points in a field of 20 teams. : Senior…

…Guire, running in his first of- fical rage of the season, was the Wolverines number two man in the 15th spot with his clocking of 23:55. McGuire complained of tendonitis on the right side of his right leg…

… and led 2-1 at halftime. They enjoyed the one goal lead until late in the second half when Guelph scored to earn the 2-2 tie. Wolverine winger Kathy Dennis scored the first Michigan goal and inner Jan…

October 01, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 10

… ball on the Duke 48-yard line, Michigan faced a third and four situation. Leach dropped back to pass, but the Duke secondary had the Wolverine receivers covered sufficiently, forcing Leach to scamper…

… line. Once again Leach rolled out to pass, but elected to run and went the distance for Michigan's second touchdown. He set up the Wolverines' fourth touchdown on a similar attempted pass play, running…

… . directly from the Wolverine playbook. But according to Leach, the play of the Duke secondary was responsible for his scrambling efforts. "Their defense was dropping off a lot of the time and that gave us a…

…. Blue TD barrage buries Duke I Swarming defense forces five turnovers Campbell's Scoop by Paul Campbell (Continued from Page 1) the Wolverines rolled for 50 yards in 11 plays-all running plays…

…," Huckleby said. "We could punch it in- side." The Wolverines left no doubts, as they cruised 81 yards in 15 plays on their second possession. They only threw on- ce, although quarterback Rick Leach dropped…

… dangerous." Yesterday, anything the Wolverines did was dangerous to the Blue Devils. It was Duke's worst defeat since 1966 when Notre IDame defeated them 64-0. "My honest opinion of this game is that we…

October 10, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

… less spectacular, finished with 126 yards in 23 yards, one of them a 38-yard touch- down jaunt. THE WOLVERINES, who entered the game the nation in rushing offense, total offense and ing, had another big…

… have easily been worse for the Spar- tans as Michigan twice failed to score from the one- foot' line. Michigan State's only scores were set up by Wolverine turnovers deep in their own territory. "We did…

… Darryl Rogers criticized his ,Spartans, who are now 1-3-1. "They (the Wolverines) are better than we are," he said, "But we were expecting a better performance from our players. Overall, they just ran…

… quarterback Eddie Smith hit 24 of 46 (with two interceptions) for 251 yards. He was aided by a stout offensive line that didn't allow a single sack by the Wolverines. But Smith's passing wasn't enough to break…

… Michi- gan's domination of the game. Twice the Wolverines See BLUE, Page 7 Doily Photo by SCOTT ECCKER MICHIGAN'S ROB LYTLE picks up some of his 180 career high yards in yester- day's 42-10 romp over…

… yesterday's crushing of Michigan State; but the year's biggest home game saw many tickets go unsold - bitter reminders of a bad investment for their owners. For a game with the Wolverines' bitter state rival…

October 04, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 25) • Page Image 10

… Tght edowlt prove he's best SALE ENDS 10/6/79 201 E. Washington at Fourth OPEN 9-6 Mon-Sat 994-3572 over the Wolverines, hauling in seven tosses for 79 yards and a crucial third quarter score. Marsh…

… currently leads the Wolverines with 14 catches for 257 yards and one touchdown in just four games. At his present rate, he's a cinch to surpass his 1978 totals of 19 receptions for 283 yards. Marsh admitted…

… at least his fair share this weekend if Michigan is to return to Ann Arbor victorious over the hated Spar- tans. Marsh's performance thus far has been a silver lining on a gloomy Wolverine offense…

October 26, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 44) • Page Image 8

… Dixon Farmer's cross- country Wolverines have per- formed workouts of this type throughout the entire season and tomorrow will compete in Lake Crystal, Illinois with the hopes of turning over a few leaves…

… better idea of our chances for next weekend," Farmer commented. The Wolverine chances may be dampened by the possible loss of number three runner Jon Cross. Cross hasn't run well lately and it is feared…

… reason- ed it this way, "If Brown and Bolster can repeat their perform- ances and if we can place three mote guys in the top twenty, I think we can win." But the ifs will have to wait as the Wolverines

October 26, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 13

… more than just 27 hockey games last year. The Wolverines lost three of their top scorers to injury, two of them for large portions of the season and one who won't play anymore. First to go was Terry…

… its scoring punch. Michigan averaged only 3.61 goals per game last year. During last year, the Wolverines also lost any idea of which of their three goalies should play in the-nets. Netmin- ders Rudy…

October 05, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 26) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 5, 1979-Page 13 WOLVERINES SEEK REVENGE IN EAST LANSING Spartans to test Blue defense BOWLING, PINBALL & FOOSBALL at UNION LANES Bowling-604 per game to 6pm…

… Ten have a,- slight edge going into co-champions, the Wolverines could tomorrow's showdown at Spartan be kept waiting another long year to Stadium. get a taste of some of that sweet Bo Schembechler…

October 27, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 14

… opponents totaled 192 goals in 36 games (5.3 goals per game). Early on in last year's 15-20-1 campaign, the Wolverine icers were ranked No.1 in the nation and were sailing along towards one of their finest…

…, the defense collapsed. "We were not a good team defensively. We didn't have the defensemen or the defensive team play. And we didn't play well in goal," commented Wolverine men- tor Dan Farrell. Farrell…

… change from offense to defense)." These freshmen will be paired with the two veterans, more or less, Tim Man- ning and John Blum. Manning was the one shining light for the Wolverines on defense last year…

…, the senior from Quebec, notched the goal two years ago with under six minutes remaining in the contest which propelled the Wolverines into overtime in that NCAA final against Wisconsin. A defense will…

…, those fans know more than one would imagine when they start chanting that familiar line of 'Dee-fense!' They couldn't be more accurate in exhorting the Wolverine icers in exactly the right direction…

October 04, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 24) • Page Image 9

… was in a rut-a winning rut. Coach Ron Warhurst's teams were producing Big Ten titles like copies from a Xerox duplicator. Then, last fall the Wolverine machine suddenly. short-circuited, and the…

… candidates-like Dan Heikkinen, Steve Elliott, Bill Weidenbach, Gerry Donakowski, Dough Sweazey and Dave.Lewis-to illustrate his point. These six runners finished just 35 seconds apart to lead the Wolverines to…

… down on Ferry Field, the Blue booters came out strong in the first half in an attempt to knock off Wesley. The Ohioans had ripped the Wolverines 4-0 last year, so Michigan's booters felt they had to…

… more as Dave Kendall and Mohamed Alhamad controlled action. But the more experienced Wesley con- tingent weathered the Wolverine storm as they parlayed some defensive miscues into three late goals. The…

… tie-breaking goal came when a The Wolverines, who played without both their stars, Stephen Mitcov and forward Dave Ritchie, were "much bet- ter than last year, due to their coaching. Last year they had…

October 01, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… tailback Harlan Huckleby gained more yards yesterday than the entire Duke offense as the Wolverines (3-0) destroyed the Blue Devils (2-1), 52-0, in front of 104,832 rain- soaked fans in Michigan Stadium…

… control from the first series, and it didn't change," Duke coach Mike McGee said. The Blue Devils only brought the ball into Wolverine territory for one series in the game. In the second quarter, they…

… out of their game," said Wolverine middle guard Dale Keitz. "We mixed up our defense a lot. We kept them guessing." f Keitz recovered a fumble on Duke's one-yard line, which virtually assured that the…

… game was to be a Michigan rout. The Wolverines had just driven 81 yards in 15'plays, upping the score to 14- 0 with about 13 and a half minutes left in the second quarter. The Blue'Devils had to produce…

… either. Discounting Michigan's game ending possession, it had the ball 11 times. Seven possessions resulted in touch- downs, and one other for a field goal. Twice the Wolverines had to punt, and once they…

October 17, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… Rockets probably wished the Wolverines would have stayed lost as the Big Blue beat TU, off as Hikmet Siphi, affection- ately known as "The Turk," booted the ball through the legs of the sprawled Rocket…

… the in the match, the two teams Wolverine offense as they con- next game as they try to im- wrestled with each other at mid- tinned to pressure the yellow prove on their 2-2 record. field through the…

…. the Toledo goaltender from the Midway in the first half how- short right side at 17:35 for a ever the Michigan booters began 2-0 Wolverine lead.Pa r-i putting pressure on the Toledo The TU Rockets came…

… a* and even hit the crossbar once. chance as Tam Taffese kicked C S H OL Wolverine persistence paid the ball past the Wolverine 'goalie to cut the Michigan lead FOR to 2-1 and the scoring was CO R…

October 06, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

Wolverines overcame a three-point halftime deficit and went on to their fourth straight victory of the season, a 27-16 verdict over the Stanford Cardinals here yester- day afternoon. The Cardinals, now 0…

…-3-1, were 18-point underdogs against the third-ranked Wolverines, but took a 9-6 half- time lead and closed within four points of the Maize and Blue early in the fourth quarter on a 14-play, 75-yard drive…

October 27, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 45) • Page Image 6

… threatening skies move into the Twin Cities, most Minnesotans seem to concede a Wolverine runaway. Both television com- mentators 'and Gopher coach Cal Stoll term the Wolverines "awe- some." The feeling is not…

… COGSDILL and MARC FELDMAN Unlike past Bo Schembechler Wolverine squads, this team does not have one -super lineman around whom to build a strong blocking line for the running of- fense Bo loves so well…

…'s "best against the run" unit. Rob- bed of their fourth shutout on a freak deflection play last week, the Wolverines have prepare4 to shut off the power thrusts of fullback John King and ' the sweeps of…

… quarterback John Lawing is much more equipped to tote the pigskin than to toss it. As always, the kicking game nds in the Wolverines' favor. Punter Barry Dotzauer continues to hang the pigskin high in the air…

October 29, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

…, OCT. 30th, and MONDAY, NOV. 2nd Published by A.P.O. Gridde Pickings I Wolverines rush upwards CHAPTER FOURTEEN "We're not looking past this game" said Libel coach Eric "the red" Siegel, "granted…

… our game next week against the Ann Arbor Police is the highlight of the season, nevertheless them uac muggers could give us a lot of trouble." On the sidelines Wolverine coach Bo Schembechler quitely ap…

… against Minnesota than their pre- vious average, the Wolverine de- fense moved up a notch to eighth in the points-scored-against rank- ings, with a norm of 9.2 a game. Toledo leads this category with a…

… week, averaging almost nine com- pletions and 136 yards a game. Kosins also maintained his scor- ing leadership, averaging 16 points a game to lead all players. Among the Wolverines, Billy Taylor is the…

… enabled the Wolverines to move up from ninth to eighth in scoring defense and in overall defense from 13th to eighth. 0 SIMPSON STOLEN: Pro thefts scramble Spartans "I ,.. rf : .. Y .r . r, vx…

October 31, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 9

… prediction concerning the way the Michigan women gymnasts would per- form during the 1979-80 season. And it took a whopping one meet for the Wolverines to disprove my entire hypothesis. In May, when I emerged…

… enough to view the dual meet between the Wolverine men's and women's teams and the Korean National team, the turmoil which plagued the tumblers six months ago would not have been evident. And for that, new…

… signed letters of intent with a college or university. She knew the recruiting road ahead of her was a rocky one, yet she rmained hopeful of snatching up a few of the unsigned tumblers. If the Wolverines

… team display the form which characterized their surge at the end of last season. It was the same brand of gymnastics which earned the Wolverines a third-place showing in the Big Ten meet and a sec9nd…

… onlookers at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines averaged around 127 points in competition last season. Even more significant than the score itself was the maturity displayed by the returning tumblers. Sophomores…

… Korean meet with an injury, McLean thrilled' the crowd with her bar and floor routines. And Kempthorn showed the consistency which the Wolverines are counting on her to provide. Deaver is expected to…

… overtime. The only score in the first half came from the Wolverines' Mary Callam on a pass from Jennifer Haughey. ALBION SCORED in the second half, taking advantage of a Michigan penalty, tying the score at…

October 23, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 38) • Page Image 7

…Saturday, October 23; 1971 A-HE MICHIGAN DAILY rage severi Saturday, October 23, 1971 iHE MIU-iIGAN L)AILY Wary Wolverines collide By JIM EPSTEIN In the days when a good set of jugs carried…

…'s performance when, according to coach Bo Schembechler, the Wolverines daily sports NIGHT EDITOR: MIKE OLIN "made more mistakes than in our previous five games." For Minnesota, now 2-1 in Big Ten competition…

… two weeks ago. The Wolverine passing attack, rela- tively quiescent so far this sea- son, may meet with good success if they choose to challenge the Gophers' secondary. However, if patterns established…

… in the second week of the season, and they shouldn't be holding the Wolverines in awe. The game is too important for either team to ease up and the players won't have to think about Jugs to get up for…

… State, Taylor rushed for 103 yards against the Illini, strengthening his bid for AllAmerican honors. The 35-6 romp was the Wolverines' sixth straight win. IRISH SEEK.REVENGE: Notre By GEORGE HASTINGS It…

… Herman (180) Paul Wright (188) Farrell Sheridan (198) --Daily-Tom Gottlieb WOLVERINE LINEBACKER Mike Taylor (33). and defensive end Mike Keller (90) engulf an unidentified Virginia ball carrier in…

October 30, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 48) • Page Image 7

… Stadium to watch the Wolverines, and to those ho followed the team on the radio. To these people, "first and uttlesworth" was the epitome of dullness. But Bo Schembechler liked the idea of his fullback…

Wolverines used the outside running game set up the inside plunges, the reverse of the accepted tactics every coaching textbook. Cal Stoll had an interesting point as he surveyed the ruins last Saturday's game…

October 18, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 38) • Page Image 8

… will provide Wolverine fans with a preview of the 1974-75 season Saturday when the Blue and White teams take to the ice at Yost Arena in the annual intra-squad game. Thirty-one hockey players will have…

… the Matt Mann Pool. The Wolverines will also come back on Saturdaysats2:00 to take on last year's runner-up, Indiana University. Indiana is expected to give Michigan its toughest challenge to date as…

… they are stocked with several Olympic swimmers. The Wolverines, undefeated in their first five outings, will defend their title in home waters at Matt Mann. Admis- sion for the match is 50 cents. , 21…

October 30, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 50) • Page Image 11

…, but he is about to met by onrushing Wolverines Henry Hill (39) and Frank Gusich (14). In fact, holes in Michigan's defense were-at a premium, as the Wolverines made the Golden Gophers their sixth…

… thought to be injured seriously enough to prevent him from playing against Wisconsin this Saturday. When asked about his knee, he said, "It's all right." Another Wolverine who has had the scepter of injury…

October 29, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 48) • Page Image 7

… seemt be a derament best in the country. "He's very, very quick and a This, plus a nucleus of seven I good shooter, though his shot experienced Big Ten players, selection must improve." prompted Wolverine

… successful colleg- iate coaches in gymnastics history. Joining Loken will besassistants Bruce Keeshin, a former Wolverine gymnast, and Linda Morton, coach of the highly successful Ann Ar- bor YWCA gymnastics…

…. "Basketball Week" puts Michigan 12th in the country. I Street and Smith's basketball magazine calls the Wolverines I ninth best. And Sports Illustrated was here the other week to take pic- tures of the team…

… closed out their regular season on a winning note yesterday af- ternoon as they shut out Kala- mazoo College 1-0. The victory Er5 gives the Wolverines the best should've been doing that all varsity made a…

October 21, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

…- tistics would indicate. Nationally, Michigan r a t e s number one at defensing the rush. The Wolverines have held the op- iipsing rushers to a mere 56.3 yerds per game. . In total defense, Miami of holds…

… with an 88.8 yards per game average. The Wolverine defenders have held the opposition to an aver- age of 95.3 for second place. Offensively, Michigan also has done well nationally. The Wolver'- ines rank…

….3, and the Wolverines hold down the number five spot at 36.7. Looking at the Big Ten, the Wolverine offensive machine, is first in both scoring and rushing, third in total offense and a poor ninth in…

October 17, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

…: Rackham Amph., :3:15 pm. School of Music: Doctoral Organ Stu- dents, Hill Aud., 3:30 pm. Computing Ctr. Short Course: D. FACTORY CLOSEOUT WOLVERINE HATS 1750 full color plastic vacuum formed Wolverine hats…

… $1.50 retailer, only $.20 ea. rmin, 250) . If check is with order, we pay shipping. Hots formed as brown and block wolverines wearing blue sweater with yel- low "M" on it. "Wolverine" in blue on yellow…

October 15, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 11

… feisty Eastern Michigan squad 5-3 yesterday at Eastern's Bowen Field. It was the third victory in a row for the Wolverines, who just last -Thursday bumped off defending state champion Central Michigan by a…

… netminder Sue Plecha ;only one minute later. Jean McCarthy, Alexandra Callam and her sister Mary scored the other goals for the Wolverines, who are off to their best start ever with a 5-2 record on the year…

October 13, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 33) • Page Image 7

…BATTLE FOR BROWN JUG: The Michigan Daily-Saturday, October 13, 1979-Page 7 Upstart Minnesota will 'Go-pher' Blue blood By DAN PERRIN Ask Michigan coach Bo Schembechler how good the Wolverines

… at Minnesota, brings a team filled to the brim with seniors in to face the 4-1 Wolverines in a 1 p.m. contest at Michigan Stadium. Eight of the 11 starters on offense are fourth year men, while six…

October 09, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 29) • Page Image 11

…-1 double overtime tie with, Michigan State af East 'Lansing. The Wolverines, 5-0-1, led the Spartans, 1-0, at halftime on a goal by junior Pablo Goic. Michigan State knotted the score midway through the…

… the Wolverines to compete with 10 players for the last 35 minutes. Blue goaltender Dave Peress turned away 20 Spartan shots, while Michigan unleashed 25 shots on goal. The team hosts the University of…

October 02, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

… legislature in- Lansing which made overtures to changing the official state animal from a wolverine into a white- tailed deer. It's no fairy tale. In fact it's pretty grizzly. The Michigan: House voted Tuesday…

… to alter the state animal. With Senate ap- proval, the Michigan Wolverines could very well be twitching; furry little hind ends in the face ofx their gridiron opponents, rather, than baring tooth and…

… nail. It would be a remarkablej change, wouldn't it? Somehow we gather that before the Univer-0 sity dumps the wolverine, capital city legislators will have grown, their own little fluffy white tailsd to…

October 17, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…, grinding out a 38-7 victory over winless North- western. Holding a slim 3-0 lead after the first period of play, the undefeated Wolverines smashed across four touch- downs in a nine minute span to post a…

… frightening. I'd just loye to get into a slugfest where a yard means a yard." LYTLE LED the Wolverines' first half charge, pick- ing up 142 of his total 172 yards prior to half time, and passing Ron Johnson for…

… over Northwestern. Zuver, along with end John Anderson, each intercepted pass- es as the Wolverine defense limited the Wildcats to one touchdown for the day. 'Candidateswae irwr By AP and Reuter…

October 26, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 46) • Page Image 8

… because "it's fun." of the, Wolverine Sports Club man student and Engineering Experienced c y c 1 i s t Marc braved the blustery weather to Professor Joseph Datsko, one Ness said "It's really exciting…

…: pedal 25 laps (nearly 30 miles) of the crowd's favorites. ( There's a whole lot more to rac- for the second race. Wolverine Chris Bodycombe, ing than what people think." Each time the racers churned…

… trophies, nouncer Fred Cappy kept up a donated by Stroh's. Area mer- MOST of the Wolverines train steady stream of encouraging chants including Campus Cor- year 'round. In the winter they chatter for the…

October 28, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 42) • Page Image 7

… rookie Not only does the Wolverine George Trapp's 17. hockey coach have the difficult Walt Frazier finished with 20 assignment of rescuing his team points, high for the Knicks. Frazier ,from the bottom…

… fifth- his job well." inning burst came when short- It's going to take a tremendous stop Mark Belanger tripled for the effort if the Wolverines are to second time, bringing in two run- make a significant…

… er, Ray Bolles. Either should be Wolverines must face is the re- needs a lot of work. "He has been ready if Bagnell falters again. placement of nearly its entire - scoring punch. Although leading…

October 30, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 47) • Page Image 8

… - I N By RICH LERNER The Ohio State Buckeye and Michigan Wolverine machines steamrolled onward towards their titanic clash November 24, while the University of Illinois firmly established itself as a…

…- gan State, Minnesota at North- western and Indiana here against the Wolverines. <I Distinguished Service Awards (1 GRAD STUDENT) Training in Teaching (1 GRAD, TA OR FORMER TA) SGC Election Rules (1…

October 04, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 25) • Page Image 8

…. Don't despair, h o w e v e r. The Wolverines have a spanking new ice skating facility-enclosed by the framing of Yost Field House --and the grand opening is near. The Daily interviewed fresh- man Hockey…

… :30 a.m. i Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN Yost Phase 2 Yost Field House (above), in the mid-sixties, during the golden era of the chamiponship basketball Wolverines. Many of these memories will soon be…

October 13, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…-Midwest midfielder Dick Dean. The goal pushed the Wolverines ahead for the first time in the afternoon. Michigan led 3-2 at the half on a goal by Dean with Michi- gan in a man up situation. Dean's goal countered a…

… two goals, and Art Kelly and Phil Powers each scored once to sew up the game. Michigan looks to be a strong contender for the Midwest Club Championship this year. The Wolverines showed marked im…

October 18, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

Wolverines! tof the SreIwas the eighth in Michigan Stadium after past- and Indiana's reserves. most of any player on either ing Notre Dame 31-12 on their In their previous meeting, home turf earlier this…

… season. Michigan and Notre Dame both team.,I successfully moved the ball In the seventh, Blue retired Despite that lopsided score, through the air. Breakdowns in the first two batters but then Wolverine

… against B Colorado, Missouri, and Ohio Green and Toledo nextn State in successive weeks the Admission to all the gar likes of the Wolverines are not free. likely to impress them and, I g ::ma :::: before…

… unprecedented second year in a row, and Joe hnson has been tabbed as the other leader. Kupec was co-captain with the now departed Campy ussell, a year ago. The 6-8 senior led the Wolverines in ebounding and was…

October 13, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… between, defenseman Dan Jilek cuddled a Spar- tan fumble in the end zone to round out the home team scoring. That was all the Wolverines needed to beat MSU for the fifth straight year-- and stretch this…

… season's tally to 5-0. THE WOLVERINE offense, hampered by the rain and the third-quarter loss of quarterback Dennis Franklin, showed little spark, but the Spartans could only manage a lonely fourth…

…'s final minute, as the Spartan defense tightened and completely shut off the Wolverines. Schembechler blamed "bad coaching on my part" for the offensive collapse, adding, "I didn't give the team the…

… one of Michigan State's six fumbles yesterday, this one the result of a jarring tackle applied by Wolverine defensive end Mike Hol mes (40). Michigan defensive tackle Jeff Perlinger (97) and MSU…

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