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October 30, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…. Although right guard Siegert may not come into .contact with Stu Wilkins, Michigan's offensive right guard, or two bulwarks of the Wolverines' defense, tackles Al Wistert and Al Wahl; it is sure that he will…

… a homecoming skirmish with the impregnable Wolverines before an overflow gathering of 85,973. The last time the men from Champaign set foot on the battle- grounds of Ann Arbor they went home with…

October 26, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

… flanker Ernie Jones indicates his team's status in the Big Ten in front of a wake of fallen Wolverines. His touchdown reception gave the Hoosiers a 7-0 first quarter lead. Indiana sinks Blue, 14…

…-10 Hoosiers demolish Wolverines' Rose Bowl hopes By DARREN JASEY Special to the Daily BLOOMINGTON - Remember 1984? Michigan continued its 1987 misadventure Saturday, dropping a 14-10 decision to Indiana at…

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 13, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

… Tradition, 'D' smother Spartans MSU unoffensive in 27-6 Blue pasting By ADAM MARTIN Tradition? Yeah, tradition. It's called the Michigan defense. Wolverine blue simply dominated Spartan green Saturday as…

… in East Lansing, the Wolverines have not allowed the Spartans a touchdown in eight quarters. Yarema entered the 79th meeting between Michigan and Michigan State rated fifth in the nation in passing…

… efficiency. Against Michigan he completed 59 percent of his throws for 139 yards, but was particularly ineffective with Wolverines in his face all day. The Spartans used two blocking formations to protect…

… their quarterback, and the Wolverines mastered both. "TIEY USE jab and gap protection, and since we know those, it allowed us all week to think of different blitzes for it," said Michigan middle guard…

… Student Administration Building to protest apartheid. See story on page 2. TODAY Absence of malice The Wolverines and the Spartans battled for the state's bragging rights Saturday on the carpet of…

October 27, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…, OCTOBER 27, 1940 Z-323 Wolverines Humble Pennsylvania s Harmon And Westfall Lead Offen The Story In Pictures: Tom Harmon In The Clear . .. Francis Reagan Bottled Up-That's The Key To Michigan's Smashing…

…-touted Francis Reagan was caught just over the line of scrimmage by Center Bob Ingalls. The dancing Wolverine to the left (63) is Guard Ralph Fritz. RIGHT: Quaker Francis McKernan had to leap high to snare this…

…- ness before 59,913 howling spectators. Capitalizing on an early break and applying the wizardy of all-American Tommy Harmon thereafter, the undefeated Wolverines staggered George Munger's pride of the…

Wolverine paws. Only in the punting department was Frank able to hold his own against his sensational Wolverine rival. They each finished the afternoon with a 37-yard kicking average. The Quakers were by far…

… the toughest nut Michigan has been forced to crack all year. On first downs, they.held the Wolverines even with 12. But under fire, and when plays meant points, Michigan's brilliance shone through…

October 10, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

… Fl FT H-YEA R SE N OR CORNERBACK FOREST CASEY/Daily Minnesota wide receiver Jakari Wallace (7) hoists the Little Brown Jug after the Gophers defeated the Wolverines 23-20 on Saturday. Prior to…

… Saturday's victory, the Gophers had lost 16 straight games to the Wolverines. Minnesota takes Jug for first time in 19 years By Gabe Edelson Daily Sports Writer Dominique Barber didn't make any plays…

October 03, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

… governor would honor her earlier pledge of providing same- sex benefits to state employees in the event of a favorable decision, by presenting the See APPEAL, page 7A Enemy of the State The Wolverine

… goal sailed through the uprights, the Michi- gan sideline emptied. Players gathered in a circle and started chanting, "It's great to be a Michigan Wolverine" as they jumped around and pumped their fists…

… to the sopho- more slump. Lloyd Carr can't coach. Michigan isn't the powerhouse it used to be. But by beating the Spartans in overtime for the second straight sea- son, the Wolverines proved all their…

…; it's not fair to call this season a failure simply because Michigan won't win a national title. Carr recognized long ago that winning the Big Ten should be the Wolverines' ultimate focus, and, in case…

…. True must-win games don't begin until after Michigan has a Big Ten loss. And this is when the Wolverines are most dangerous. The 2003 season is a perfect example. Michi- gan recorded two early losses to…

… Oregon and Iowa, which meant it had to win every game for the rest of the regular season. The Wolverines See WRIGHT, page 3A AI H T Bill Gates to talk about tech careers By Michael Kan Daily News Editor…

October 19, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

… three TDs By RICK KAPLAN Demetrius Brown's stock was lower than the Dow Jones after last week's seven-interception outing in a 17-11 loss to Michigan State. But the Wolverine quarterback rallied against…

… Iowa Saturday. At the closing bell, the redshirt sophomore had completed 14 of 19 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Behind Brown's resurgence and a strong defensive performance, the Wolverines

… liquified the Hawkeyes, 37-10. Brown's boom was strongest in the second quarter. Michigan (4-2 overall, 2-1 Big Ten) held a 6-0 lead at the start of the period. The Wolverines scored on the first and last…

…. He was impressive." WOLVERINE receiver Greg McMurtry had some impressive words of wisdom for Brown after the Michigan State crash. "I told him every dog has its day, and every day has its dog," Mc…

… dominant player on the field. On theWolverines' next two possessions, he drove the team down the field with an effective short-passsing attack. Brown threw touchdown passes to cap both marches, the first a…

October 10, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

… Looking sharp! . Freshman goalie Warren Sharples will lead the Wolverines into their season opener tonight at Yost Ice Arena at 7:30 p.m. Michigan faces Bowling Green, the top-ranked team in the Central…

… one thing. A Big Ten championship is another. If Michigan wins tomorrow's annual Michigan- Michigan State gridiron battle, the Wolverines might just eliminate their intrastate rival's chance at a Rose…

…-7 embarrassment in 1984 saw Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh sidelined with a broken arm, and Michigan went on to a dismal 6-6 season. History, of course, fades from view in the face of recent accomplishments…

…. Last season's 31-0 annihilation of the Spartans soothed damaged Wolverine pride. AND THE memories? Well... "I don't have to remind players about what happened two years ago," said Schembechler. "That was…

… the last time we lost at home." Motivation is rarely a problem when the Wolverines meet that other state school, and on national television, complacency should be nonexistent on both sides. THE SPARTANS…

October 28, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

… Trudeau knew he was in for a long, long day. On the first play of yesterday's Michigan-Illinois game, Trudeau watched his pass bounce off Wolverine Kevin Brooks and into the waiting hands of linebacker…

… Rodney Lyles at the Illinois 13-yard line. IT WAS JUST the break Michigan needed to get back on track in conference play. The 104,916 Wolverine watchers in attendance were treated to a 26-18 victory over a…

… today." For the Wolverines, the "things" were going in the right direction. They capitalized on four Illini turnovers (3 inter- ceptions, one fumble) while committing none of the dreaded errors themselves…

… offense right from the start. After Lyles' interception, the Wolverines scored less than a minute into the contest. Following an excellent fake to fullback Eddie Garrett, Zurbrugg pitched to tailback Rick…

October 31, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

… Italian film "Furia" at Hill Audi- torium tonight by the Art Cinema League and National Lawyers' Guild in cooperation with the Wolverines Win, 28-20; Krueger Stars for Illini McNeill, Rifenburg, Teninga…

…, Allis Record Tallies for Maize and Blue By BUD WEIDENTHAL Associate Sports Editor In one of the most bitterly contested games seen in Ann Arbor in over a year, Michigan's undefeated Wolverines carried…

… the highlight of the day. HIS ACCURACY could well have been the margin of victory,, but just to make it certain, the Wolverine sophomore personally accounted for the final touchdown when the Maize and…

… goal attempt, the hard- charging Wolverine line stopped the Illini cold. Only a few plays later Eddleman fumbled a Teninga punt on the Sss 'M' NOTCHES, Page 7 Excited Fans See Michigan Down I.inois 87…

…,000 Enjoy Near Perfect Weather It was a hoarse and sunburned throng of 87,000 homecoming fares that poured from Michigan sta- dium following the Wolverines' spine-tingling win over the Illini. The close game…

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 31, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

… By BOB WOJNOWSKI There was nothing tricky about it, but yesterday's game was certainly a treat for the 105,619 fans in Michigan Stadium, as the Wolverines bedeviled Minnesota, 52-14, and in the process…

… clamped a stranglehold on the top spot in the Big Ten. Utilizing a devastating ground game and a bewildering passing attack, the Wolverines piled up 566 yards of total offense while building their highest…

October 03, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… delivered a crushing knockout blow yesterday in its 24-10 vic- tory over Indiana at sun-drenched Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines (2-2) built a 17-0 lead early in the third quarter, but just as they frittered…

… abruptly ended Indiana's come- back hopes. The Wolverine offense took the ball at its own 25-yard line immediately following Babe Laufenberg's touch- down pass to Duane Gunn, and stormed down the field for…

… then Ricks maimed the Hoosiers' comeback hopes by busting over right tackle for the 23-yard knockout punch so desperately needed by the Wolverines. "WE WERE up by seven, and we said 'We have to take it…

… than we did last game. Last game we kind of faltered at the end. This game we kept the momentum at the end." MICHIGAN also had the momentum in the first half. Kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh put the Wolverines on…

… Rice dives into the Indiana end zone from one yard out yesterday to put the Wolverines on top, 17-0. The Hoosiers then took over and began a steady march that came to an abrupt end when Laufenberg…

… fumbled while trying to hand off. Michigan defensive tackle Winfred Carraway came up with the ball. MICHIGAN then surged downfield, mixing up the run and Smith's passes well. The Wolverines were stymied…

October 04, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…-17 By MARK MIHANOVIC Special to the Daily BLOOMINGTON - The Michigan Wolverine offense, erratic through its first three games, completely over- powered Indiana's defense and out- scored the free…

…-wheeling Hoosiers 38-17, yesterday at Memorial Stadium. Butch Woolfolk performed what is becoming a weekly ritual for the Wolverines (3-1 overall and 1-1 in the Big Ten), running through and around opponents for big…

… only Wolverines to gain 100 or more yards in six consecutive games. The senior tailback now has 551 yards after four 1981 outings. "IT MEANS something to me to be compared to backs like Rob Lytle and…

… in the back of the end zohe. The tempo of, the game was set.% The Wolverines came right back with a 74-yard touchdown drive, 54 of which, Woolfolk pumped out, that culminated in a three-yard touchdown…

…, Page 10 MICHIGAN QUARTERBACK Steve Smith goes over the goal line backwar- ds for the Wolverines first score against Indiana in Bloomington yesterday' afternoon. Tight end Norm Betts (82) and fullback…

… Stan Edwards (32) block- for the Michigan signal caller. The Wolverines won. 38-17. Auditoriums filled to SRO (fo By JANET RAE Engineering sophomore Kim Oberle has five words of advice: Don't be late…

October 12, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… held off a stubborn,, emotional Michigan State, 27-23, yesterday in Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines were propelled to victory, their tenth in the last 11 over the Spartans, by the 136-yard rushing…

… underdog entering the game, gave the Wolverines all they could handle, 'battling them down to the wire before an interception by inside linebacker Andy Can- navino halted the Spartans' desperation drive at…

… first three games and a major reason for both defeats. Michigan also continued to build a respectable ground game, rushing for 252 yards on 63 carries. The Wolverine of- fensive line, working without…

… strategy worked against his larger and stronger Wolverines. "I thought they See MICHIGAN, Page 12 Daily Photo by JOHN HAGEI MARION BODY STEALS another one! This time it's from MSU quarterback John Leister…

… during the Wolverines 27-23 victory over the visitors from East Lansing. ..,h..0.C $..'.} ....v....i....n....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r…

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 05, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

… the second- ranked Wolverines this weekend at Yost Ice Arena - which hosts arguably one of the "greatest atmos- pheres" in collegiate hockey. But there might be something missing - a sellout crowd…

… ticket is $8.48, more than 50 cents less than last season. Student package sales have decreased by more than half in the past three years. The Wolverines sold 3,556 student ticket packages for the 1997…

October 11, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… EAST LANSING OK, quiz. Are there more Michigan fans who suspected that the Wolverines defense would betray the Wolverines' national title hopes. or more who thought tha Dawan Moss would drive the final…

… stake through their hearts?, Down by 17 points in the fourth quarter, Tom *rady's three touchdown drives couldn't save the Wolverines, who fell, 34-31, to No. 11 Michigan State for the first time in five…

… senior fullack Aaron Shea - the only current Wolverine who played the last time Michigan lost to N ichig n She - took a Brady pass down to the two. Anthony Thomas scored on the next play to cut the…

October 31, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… v hen his Wolverines take the Meld against Illinois. But more important to the Michigan head coach is defeating the last opponent to mar his team's record. "THE 3-3 TIE certainly cost us a share of…

…." Since the tie in Champaign, the D Wolverines have won 11 straight, the longest current victory streak in the NCAA. Should Michigan defeat the Fighting Illini tomorrow,, Schembechler will surpass his own…

October 06, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… .S. Pentagon says fire Daily Photo by DAN HABIB Jubilant Wolverines carry coach Bo Schembechler off the field after the team's 34-17 victory over Wisconsin. The victory was the 200th of Schembechler…

… PHIL NUSSEL Special to the Daily MADISON - Saturday night's 34-17 Wolverine romp over Wisconsin in Camp Randall Stadium wasn't boring, but it was a typical Michigan victory. Plain and simple, it was a…

WOLVERINES conducted their business in front of 75,898 obnoxious Badger tans looking for their team to pull off an upset like the one in 1981, when Wisconsin disgraced No. 1-ranked Michigan 21-14 in Madison…

…'ve been a head coach for a long, long time," the Wolverine boss said after being carried off the field by his team. "I'm pleased. It's a special thing to win that many games, but I've always had good…

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 30, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…, leader of the longshoremen's union, met with CIO President Philip Murray yes- terday to stave off the threatened ouster of left wingers at the CIO Allis, Peterson Score Markers Wolverines Grab Third in…

… of the 25th anniversary of the dedication of Illinois Memorial Stadium saw the Wolverines strike 51 yards through the air in the second period and drive over from the one foot line in the final quarter…

… to throw a wet blanket on the Rose Bowl fires which had begun to glimmer in the surprising Indians' eyes. THE WOLVERINE victory coupled with Minnesota's surprising loss to Purdue assured Michigan of an…

…. * * * --Daily-Alex Lmanian CAUGHIT IN TlE ACT-Ron Clark, Illinois halfback, fumbles on the one-yard line as a result of a vicious tackle by Wolverine backer-up Dick Kempthorn. Coming up on the left to cover is…

…- yard ramble but Wolverine end Bob Holloway made up a 10-yard deficit to bring the Illini back to earth on the Michigan 21. * * * MICHIGAN was a coldly effi- cient defensive outfit yesterday, showing…

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 18, 1942 (vol. 53, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…-Dazzle Dividends: Wildcats Smothered In Homecoming Contest As Wolverines Unleash Powerful Offensive By BUD HENDEL Daily Sports Editor Successfully opening its 1942 West- ern Conference title quest, Michigan poured…

… spectators peeled off cheer after cheer, the Wolverines launched a smashing offensive drive early in the first quarter and kept pounding all the way to score in every period and completely smother the game but…

… established its superiority in the opening quarter. With the sturdy Wolverine line, led by a charging, speedy guard in the person of Julie Franks, bolting into the Northwestern backfield time and again, the…

… yards and defin- itely established himself yesterday as one of the nation's outstanding aerial artists, prevented the Wolverines. double line twice, once on a 14-yard gallop and the other time from 22…

… yards out. Tom Kuzma, playing his first game of the season, scored the fourth Maize and Blue tally, and Merv Pregulman, once again a great center yesterday, racked up the last Wolverine score on a 35-yard…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… Weather VAap2"M 5k igau ~atxg Editorial Fair and Warmer. I# Play Production Needs New Home. VOL, LI No. 13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENT Wolverines

… Produced In Second Ha By HAL WILSON Michigan's fighting Wolverines exploded their gridiron 'fury all over 1 Stadium yesterday, blasting into submission a clawless crew of Pantl from Pittsburgh, 40-0. It took…

… shows Michigan's latest "Ga ry Galloper" about to be brought down by Panther backs Jack Kerr (No. 17) and Joe Adamchic (No. 68). Or you may guess that the efforts of the unidentified Wolverine blocker…

… across the gridiron scene had it not been for the superb performance of the Wolverine for- ward wall. Thoroughly out-charg- ing, out-fighting and out-manning the game Panther forwards, Line Coach Clarence…

… 274 for the Maize and Blue. The Panthers picked up a meagre three first downs, failing to penetrate beyond the Wolverine 34, while Michigan smashed for 11. Concrete proof of the Wolverin deadly blocking…

… efficiency which featured the second half is furnished by the tremendous total of 237 yards which they piled up on kick returns. Wolverine scoring was split fiv ways with sophomore Kuzma driving 48 and, seven…

… stage for the score, which came just 12 plays later. Powgr Combination The Wolverines' devastating, pow- er combination of Westfall-Kuzma moved the ball down to the 25. With fourth down and three to go…

October 13, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… FIVE CENTS Wolverines Overwhelm Crimson, 26-0 German Army Rolls Into Bucharest; British Prepare To i Leave (.) c7 - o 9>L Waldo Frank To Give First Talk In Hillel Forum Series Address On…

…,000 spectators in historic Harvard Stadium. The Wolverines, with All-American Tom Harmon once again in the driver's seat, overpowered a gallant band of Crimson from Harvard University, 26-0. In adding its third…

… were held to five, two of which came against the Wolverine third team in the dying moments of the game.1 From scrimmage the Wolverines galloped over 22,0 yards of Massachu- setts' green grass while the…

…, calling back Michigan 14 times in all for offside, backfield in motion, holding, clipping, and substitute communication penal- ties for a net loss of 110 yards. But the Wolverines could afford to lose…

… Registration Wednesday Annual Open House Planned By Wolverine a, The Michigan Wolverine will hold its second annual gala open house this Thursday-with free dancing, refreshments and entertainment for all. The…

October 27, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

… Ellerbe, an assistant hired in May, as the Wolverines coach - at least for now. The 34-year-old Ellerbe takes over as inter- im coach for the 1997-98 season less than five months after former Michigan coach…

…." Ellerbe, a native of Capitol Heights, Md., joined the Wolverines on May 29 after serving three seasons as coach at Loyola College in Baltimore, leading his teams to a 34-47 overall record. Goss, who…

… watching the maize and blue win Saturday's big foot- ball game, many Wolverine fans celebrated by lining up for the 12th annual ROTC haunted house. The terror-filled production was held in the basement of…

October 21, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…- tainly did everything else against the Wolverines. Iowa dominated the offensive game throughout the contest and got four field goals from Rob Houghtlin to pull out a 12-10 victory. In fact, the Hawkeyes…

… were in control so much that it seemed unusual that the Wolverines led most of the way and that Houghtlin's 29-yarder with no time left was the difference. ORIGINALLY, the game had been touted as a…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

October 30, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

… was just time for the Fighting Irish's yearly domi- nance of Michigan to die an ugly death. Whatever the case may be, it was the Wolverines who did the tricking and who came out with the treat - a 3…

…-2 upset of the nation's second-best team. "This means everything," Michigan coach Debbie Rademacher said of the win's importance to the now 7-6-6 Wolverines. "This puts us above .500, which is the first…

October 31, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… Impossible" for the Wolverines to win a game in the Lakers' rink. The Wolverines beat the Lakers twice, 5-4 in overtime, and 3-1, Michigan's first series sweep ever in Norris Ice Arena. Mission accomplished…

… Stauber and Mike de Carle, two of the top three scorers from last year's team, but then Brost took over again, scoring on a pass from co-captain Myles O'Connor. The Wolverines went up in the second period…

October 14, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

… has anything to say about it. Michigan travels to Iowa City on Saturday for its first of two consecutive conference games that will play a big part in deciding the Big Ten championship. The Wolverines

… ambitions to win the championship," Schembechler said. "It would be a devastating blow to either team to lose." And recent history isn't on the Wolverines' side: Michigan last won a game at Iowa City in 1982…

October 20, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

… Gillette's last-second field goal gave the Wolverines (6-0, 3-0 in the Big Ten) a 20-17 victory Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Many of the 105,879 fans stormed the field as soon as the 34-yard kick sailed…

…." Wolverine head coach Bo Schembechler was happy to take the kudos. "Iowa's got such a great program that it's becoming a big game, and it always means so much," he said. "This is the second straight time we…

…'ve played them when we're both 5-0." THE WOLVERINES almost put a notch in their loss column themselves instead due to a poor first half Saturday. Harbaugh committed three of the game's seven turnovers in the…

October 17, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

… yesterday th Wolverines travelled all the way to Iowa City to return the favor, leveling the Hawkeyes, 29-7. Coupled with Illinois' 26-21 loss to Ohio State, Michigan is the uncontested leader in the Big Ten…

… felt it (revenge). We lost last year, but now we're back." "Last year they got us," echoed Wolverine defensive back Jerry Burgei. "We wanted to get them, to eliminate those guys or give them a loss…

… game when the Wolverine second team allowed a Mike Hufford touchdown reception. "THEY JUST played super defense," said Iowa head coach Hayden Fry. "They've got a good chance, it's not the best chance…

October 06, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

… Weather Cloudy; Possibly Showers ig 411rigan ~~E4it Editorial By Two Americans- Our Country - VOL. LI. No. 7 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1940 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverines

… the Stadium yesterday. Before a crowd of 65,438, the indomitable Wolverines, with All-Amer- ican Tom Harmon playing the leading role, overpowered a Michigan State squad that refused to say die, 21…

… they gained 312 yards to 49 for the Spartans. The whole affair would have been a complete rout if it were not for one danger- ous flaw in the Wolverine attack-an old enemy that returned to plague the…

… forwards carried State to pay dirt once again late in the final quarter. But aside from a flimsy pass de- fense, the Wolverines had everything yesterday. For one, they had sensa- tional Harmon at his best…

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 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 26, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… OgadenTerritory Italians Flying 225 Miles From Capital Tribal Chieftains Reported Joining Invading Ranks After Defeat At Callafo Wolverines Are Favored Over Columbia In First Intersectional Encounmter…

… A r t fLLL " c ur ZJL rLU kTo Sleep) Traditional Rivalry Will Culminate With Annual Events AtFerry Field Plan Cane Spree And Pillow Fight, Wolverine Hopes Rest On His Arm Today Little Shakes Up…

Wolverine running attack. New York fans are pulling for Co- lumbia to stage a comeback from the Lions' disastrous defeat by the heavy Pennsylvania team last Saturday. They remember the 1933 season when…

Wolverine attack will be added when Renner is in the back position, for the Michi- gan captain is capable of doing the team's punting, also, and Kipke had him working at this all week. The quick kick is…

… expected to be a power- ful factor in the Wolverine attack to- morrow. The tricky Columbia offense is not expected to give the Wolverines much trouble after the first few minutes of play when the Michigan…

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