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February 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…FEBRUARY 22,-- 1929 %,FIE MICHIGAN DAIL P~EBRUARY 22, 1929' THE MICHIGAN DAILY III WOLVERINE TANK MEN WILL BEGIN STIF DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR NORTHWESTERN Meets With State And Wisconsin Are…

… intensive training for the meet with the strong Northwestern ag- gregation, now only two weeks away. - The meet at Grand Rapids. was scarcely more than a workout,; the Wolverines winning easily by a 51…

… both finished ahead of' Bailey in the fancy diving, while Grimshaw was off form, taking fourth. Rose touched out Reif of the Wolverines for a second place in the 40-yard sprint. Michigan had little…

… trouble winning the rest of the events. Next Wednesday Michigan' State will invade the Intramural. build- ing pool for a dual meet, while on Saturday the Wolverines will jour- ney to Madison to compete with…

… Strong The Wolverines appewr to be we'l fortified in the free style with Sea- ger, Walker', Reif, and 0. Gold- smith available for the sprints and Ault a sure place winner in the distance events. Watson…

…. Northwestern will bring the out- standing collegiate diver in the country, Wallie Colbath, Olympic team member, to test the prowess of the Wolverines on the spring- board. Crews of the eastern colleges are…

… Schuykill. TWO OLYMPIC TEAM MATMEN TO REPRESENT WOLVERINES TONIGH T (Continued From Page Six) Purdue, considered the leading 165 matmen in the total number of pounder in the Conference. He will points scored…

… this year, has Buckeye is expected to give the developed fast, defeating Hooker of wolverine plenty of trouble. -p 30 New Spring Topoa s YOUR CHOICE AT ONLY Wr- 1 I I 44 V Hows Your Cap7 $185 5 S…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… First Places Bt Ca rat Turn Back Attack SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT _SQUABTHIS SEASON Of Wolverines Coach Courtright's Junior Var- With the leanest crop of fresh- BEL LO sity basketeers will conclude the ,__man…

… track candidates reported for 1928-29 court season this Friday Wolverine Sextet Now Faces Hard early season tryouts, prospects for Although they captured two first night when the Detroit City col Road…

… Oppenents path seem slim. In the hurdle, failed to extend the Michigan will wind up a rather successful broadjump, distance and weight tankmen as the Wolverines downed season for the "B" five since the JOSEPH…

… Conference champions, Kanitz, Whittle, and Cushing as the Friday, the Wolverine puckmen are Practice has begun in earnest for mn the 150 yard back strokesa reserves for the "iron men" of the primed to begin…

… the by Friday, the Junior Varsity will squad will leave for a week's trip the fortune of the trackmen in sur- performances of'the Wolverines in probably have to depend upon which will include a game…

February 13, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Arbor Saturday night for a T f return meet with the Wolverines r in the new Intramural building pool. Michigan defeated the Cana- dians in December at Toronto. An added feature of the Meet, >Saturday will…

… be a water polo game between Michigan and the Detroit Yacht club. The Yacht club water poloists are state A. A. U. champ-j ions. The Wolverines had littlei trouble winning their first game{ from…

… goal for the second week when the other aspirants Wolverine nine will hook up with Chi Psi counter. Dickinson broke! flock into the field house. Cincinnati for one ae and will ointo the scoring column…

… somewhat later this year than last,! I squad last year please bring I the Wolverines are slower in get- I your own equipment. 711 N. University Ave. Plhoi ting started than the rest of the I Coach Ray Fisher…

… d e against Northwestern Monday night, but Wolverine Five Is Weak on Short also promising more stiff work for Shots Under Basket; Defense them in the future, Coach Keen Off-Color at Times stated…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

… Aggies scoreless. Michigan had little difi- culty in winning, for the offense worked with smoothness and preci- sion; the most pleasing feature of which was the Wolverines' splendid combination play. These…

… play, the greater your enjoyment. C aa * ~ - O CIGASCANDIES * PiW 3 LUNCHES so ASi i ® 'W atry to treat yoU rihtW mm uumwuuu .533* et NEW COMIAINWILL BE EMPLOYED BY WOLVERINES5 IN BADGER CONTEST IICHIG…

… offense, which has proved highly ef- fective in every game this year. The antics of Paper and Kipke have appar- etly speeded up the Wolverine at- tack, while Miller and Ely both gave good accounts of…

… of Tebell ,but he will be in shape to-, night. The Wisconsin floor pass will undpubtedly be in evidence tonight for Dr. Meanwell has built his attack around this weapon. If the new Wolverine

February 27, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

…'s1 Purdue cagers. Only two games remain on the Madison card. The Badgers willI enjoy a layoff for the. remainder of this week, and will renew activ-t ities with Coach Veenker's #econd place Wolverine

…. Wolves Have Two Two more games likewise remain on the Wolverine card. The Wolves journey to Columbus to engage the rejuvenated Buckeyes Saturday and then return, for the all im- portant finale with…

… will be three men who went abroad with the United States Olympic wrestling team scheduled to appear, George and Hewitt of the Wolverines, and Scott of the Hoosiers. Scott will go to the mat in the 178…

… Olympic entrant, as he is not un- beatable as was demonstrated by Hooker of Purdue. 'The Indiana team on the whole is, in the opinion of the Wolverine mentor, one of the best in the United States. They have…

February 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

… located both at East Lansing. team. :Minnesota, with six victories, at Ferry field and at the property Th~e Wolverine team was comnposccl one (defeat, and a. tie, is in first place adJocent to the Coliseum…

… winning the special race Fri- first string line-up used in the first and hence, of course, the exact ex- iday night .the Wolverines regained Wisconsin game. In addition to these penditures were withheld…

… the coach-ago ing of the Wolverine eleven during the regular training grind, was re-1 711 North Unihersity Avenue -Next to Arcade T.heatre cently grantedl permission b~y Ka n- sas authorities to cnme to…

…, as a. result. of the, efforts o! Carl Johnson, '20, who is "organizing a Wolverine tour. Johnson, who earned lasting fame in intercollegiate track ci,(,'Os while a membier of Wolverine . : s, went to…

… Columbus where they m'eet thme low=.ly Ohio State five to- morrow night. The Wolverines, lacking floorwork throughout the contest, easily defeat- ed the Buckeyes here a. few weeks ago, 41 to 21, and on the…

…- ing the jumping exclusively against Van Heyde, but since then Van Heyde has improved and will ha- rass the Wolverine center consideor- ably when the two meet again to- morrow at Columbus. Michigani Lire…

…-1'I)Doubtful Chapman also led the Wolverine defense in the "same group with. five I11 re nd(ryCgesHv ~ Grim at the forwards, Van Hleyde at ii A.IDisaistrous Season; Are In ~ center, and Hoctorne and…

February 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… clt Siine Ear1ly Seaisol Defeatt ('oiwh mal's" Wolverines By Cornell Squad GAMES TOIGHT Northwestern at Michigan. Wisconsin at Purdue. Minnesota at Ohio. STROrE FEATURES STERNtTTLE AT STAoplace as a…

… performances Michi- gan is given a slight edge over the Hawkeyes. The Wolverines have scored victories over Indiana, 60-9, 'nd Minnesota, 45-22. Iowa swamped the Chicago natators, 52-17, in their only Big Ten…

… longer 200 yardl race, after having lost the 160 yard event to Minnesota at SWINIMERS WILL Alf AT COLLEGIATE, WORLh NARKS As a special exhibition during the course of the meet, a pickedi group of Wolverine

… of Iowa will meet fast com- petition in Ault and Watson of the Wolverines in the 440 yard swim. Ault is undefeated in Big Ten competition this year, while Watson is a veteran of the 1927 team. Turbett…

… Expert Worlemanship CLARK'SSHOE REPAIRER 321 South State Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine by Wisconsin, Purdue meets the wrestlers, five of whom are unde- Badgers again tonight determined to feated this…

February 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Attack} MVATIIERTELLS OF GAME n Puru well-balanced team, a fakt combination that proved particularly SznLgpueav tVntRh s yKB n adept in basket shooting, deservede the victory over the Wolverines in the…

… Free Coach Joseinh E. Jlarss, Frances WiH snot, minor sports manager, andl 12 payers on the hockey team will leave at 2:26 P. M. today for Mladi- son, Wis., where tomorrow and Sat- urdlay the 'Wolverine

… Minniesota is met the won ictoieinl three of the four m>atch. Guzek won from him, by aL new Wolverine forward combination I bouts which were held with the memn-'fall after five minutes of fighting.,hFin- Of…

… Continental (NewYork City), Rialto (Provi- .dence,R.I.), Bankhead (Birmin gham, Ala.), Deer Park Hotel (Deer Park, Md.-summer only), and the Wolverine (Detroit). The Wolverine is right down town, close to the…

Wolverine now' being refinished and redecorated throughout. Every. convenience. Moderate rates ($2.50 -and up.) Garage facilities near. Dial '7147. Miss Carson with L. D. CARR DUNCAN HOTELS CO. ELIZABETH…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… win from Northwestern and a 'defeat at the hands of Wiscon- In the first game of. the trip with Northwestern the Wolverines experi- enced little troubl~e in carrying . off honors, .although the Purple…

… and White played better basketball than they displayed on their recent in'va- sion of Ann Ardor. Defense "Strong- .At no time did Northwestern threat- en the Wolverines, for the latter were leading 'by…

…,-respon- biblea for 19 of the Wolverine points. He figured considerably, in the de- fense with Paper., Hard luck shtots and Wisconsin's pm' handball doubles tournament this afternoon at the handball courts inj the…

… basement of Waterman gvmn a-, NOW $1.00 gettin~g the breaks, spelled defeat for the Wolverines in this air-tight af- fair". Although. the Badgers never. se- cured the tip-off in one wi'tance dlur- ig the…

… game they held the Wolver- i ines scoreless from' the . field 'in the first half. Every man on both teams played: a hard game, and the contest was one of the cleanest rough gamesI that a Wolverine team…

February 11, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…OF "SIX THE MICHIGAN DAI.,Y SAT;" I'DA ', F7PTLT-ARY 11, 1928 m~ sIT~ TUF. MICT-IIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 1928 .. .. .. MATMEN, SWIMMER S OPEN BIG TEN SEASON TODAY WOLVERINE

… TAKE FLOOR TONIGHT Wisconsin Sexte HOOSIERS IN INITIAL COFEENCE CONST Word was received from the Uni- Wolverines Expected To Notch A Win COahel Keen's Squad Ifas Unblemished Records .,Havlniu Won Three…

… I E-sy Victories EIGHT MEN MAKE TRIP Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine wrestlers, with easy victories over three non-Conference opponents, Ohio university, West Virginia, and Michi- gan State to their…

…, will oppose Power of the Buckeyes. Hager will meet Ackley of the.Buckeyes in the 175-pound bout'. and Prescott of the Wolverines will have the heavyweight assignment against Helgerson. In case another…

… lineup is used, Warren will wrestle in the 158-pound class,Donahoe will be shifted to the 175-pound division, and Hager will face the Buckeye's heavyweight. The Wolverines prepared for to- day's match with…

February 12, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I" ......"'... will r1 y :, -I i _ s .-- nn fr T Ohio State Man Leading Big Ten TEN COURGMETO CHICAGG In tScoring WOLVERINdE SIX '. DEFEATS IIS Wolverines have one tie…

… against their? record. The Minnesota sextet is the toughe team the Wolverines will have to face. In their two games with sconsi the Nortlimen have not given the B - gers the solare ofasnlgolde feating them…

… 17 at Chicago.} n's fast floor work in the If told against the Wolver- the closing period. Capt ind Barnes tied the score at., ajpprovai his charg taking th meat sq,4a,( ings and gh the Wolverine

…___ ors. Miner leads his own teammates in the Wolverines locking horns with the Earl Combj, brilliant outfielderpur.- scoring for the season, all games in- Wisconsin sextet at Madison. The 'based by the…

February 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… FORFALR TO CLEA[ Suie reRrre To Wolverine I 1a)e DEIC IEIES; LESCHINSKY AD EDCAR LOSTK COMM'-' I7TTEE MAY W Nill Reqt*1ire Coupon REINTAT HO !Books For Mat Meet I (By Associated Press) New York, Feb. 17…

… durinig a trans-continental most important matches of the sea- trip to sanctioned( A. A. IT. meets., son as the Wolverines are undefeated - - in their first two Conference meets Benny Leonard has accepted a…

… ice in such bad condition that the, games scheduled for this week-end I with the Wolverines has been post-C poned. Coach Barss was notified of this fact yesterdlay a few hours before the Michigan hockey…

February 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…;'. r ,fix Y ' Y I ! ;. : w t L , P. ~ .1 . N' HO..-~ BLES T ou L S WOLVERINE TANK SQUAD BEATS Seniors To Present Funds. Collected To Memorial Campaign I C !Yf r ; r NQUERS BoIl RECORD…

… of the class memorial matches against Purdue, the Wolverine committee, the class memorial will wrestlers took the undisputel leader- 1 be a donation to the Burton Memorial ship of the eastern (division…

…-25 vistory last night in tlhe field house to put a severe damper on ifnot to crush tittrely the Purple's chamlpionship asp~irations. Six thousand prsnwNatche(I the W\olverines Secure this .ampllle V…

…~Coy. Oosterbaan was the - - - . - - - -- iain cog in the Wolverine attack, ac- .i f STARS IN DEFEAT OF NORTHWESTERN the leader of the western division, for the Conference title. In completing crushing the…

… Lafay- ette wrestlers tihe Wolverines again showed to be a well balanced team. The best the two much vaunted P'ur- JOHN WATKINS NAMED TO [rflIPOITIOIJ, ULI~i ULUIUN OU U L ,nawey cue hetavie~s could cdo…

… swimming the first, and, although Thomas had a 15 see- ihi ere rmte a coo-w 100 yards as part of the regular meet, ond advantage, hie seemed unable to years later. His namie has b)een be-j the Wolverine

…, 1927, for more than 14 The 'Wolverine relay teami, tires] tihe oilermnaker was all but pinned 'months, and last fall the three judges from their recordl breaking efforts.', when time was calledl. of the…

…Coy's guarding and floor work bordered on thle sensational. Team ;fPlay Brings Results But after all it was team play which was responsible for Michilgan's show- ing, every Wolverine doing well. The pa'ssing was…

… the best of the year and was chlaracterized bly true unselfish- ness, few lon~g shots being tried. A tendency 'to run with the ball was the only blot on tile Wolverines aside from tile unusually large…

February 14, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

… gaining a place. I faculty members in this sport. championship. With the close of the first semes- Tarbell and Kinney, two mem- The students will first make use I ter, >Wolverine trackmen have re- bers of…

… specialty for be held on Feb. 8 and 9 at Iowa lead the Wolverines in the high teams have been placed in 12 twenty years. City. Trials in all events will be hurdles event. leagues of four teams each. All 48…

… places. Due to tlh' other possibilities in the short runs. fact that most of the Wolverines Eardley and Erickson, two veter- strength again lies in the, field ans, will vie with Pottle for honors events…

…, the Wolverines. Several new men Coach Farrell recalled that since I have reported in the last few days Michigan returned to the Confer- and it is largely a matter of con- ence only Illinois and Michigan…

Wolverines' best indoor Western Indoor cinderpath laurels. prospects appear to be in the mile (It is an unfortunate circumstance and the four mile relay. Monroe, according to Coach Farrell that it a letter…

February 25, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… LIKELY STARTER URBANA, Feb. 24- Keyed to the highest pitch to stop the Wolverines in their championship drive, CoachI Ruby's basketball quintet went through its last stiff practice today in preparation for…

… to replace McKay as a defensive man. The Illinois five will probably Tely }upon a five man defense to meet the Wolverine attack. The work of the_ Michigan defense in other games has proven that a long…

… game. Despite the fact that the Illini are 'tied for only fourth place in the Big Ten standing, the ;game tonight is a very; important one. An Illinois vic- tory will knock the Wolverines from the lead…

… Boston ! (=~~ f'i h pdo oltne A<11 Red Soc. Mc~allister is faced with Jones. 1 aLifiul"as n ili ( aers Repeated! Wolverine assault, at e E Dozens of,,newi paten :' ;:<; ,.:" . .." VMinesota goal failed due…

… tahistied th astc th oet iyfnswl e lmrKarss' Wolverines were at their best f abrics, ata feature pric .u n penantowen heseason efensivly. opens i prl GogeBrnstla Wth six minutes before the final- firs…

February 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

… are entered and will' make the Wolverines play their best to make a showing. Fritz Seiverd of the Cleveland Y. M. C. A., holder of the national singles title for four straight years beside several…

… shooting of the Wolverines that evening. Ely, star, negotiating eight goals through- out the fray, while Kipke and Miller, each caged four. The .close guarding of Cappon and Capt. Bud Rea on the defense is…

… was poor, that is excluding the exhibition of Bill Miller. Mller was the only re- deeming light of the game, registering every one of the Wolverine's 14 points, caging four field goals and gathering in…

… Chorus "THE TALK OF A NATION" Prices $1.00 to $2.50 Seats Friday MAIL ORDERlS NOW t . WOLVERINES HOPE TO' THIRD STRAIGHT VICTORY ANNEX I 11 STRIKING COLOR combinations, rich weaves and original- ity in…

… inflicted for while Carl Johnson and his teammates were scoring 108 pointa the visitors only made 27, 11 out of a possible 15 firsts were taken by the Wolverines, and of Chicago's points half of them were…

February 17, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

Wolverine wa- lation of this carillon will be secured by a committee representing esor ter polo team chalked up a decisive the classes of '21 to '28. The Ann Arbor Alumni club will undertake If victory over…

… 1928 Confer- ~ ~China ence and'Intercollegiate title hold- Cosmopolitan Club Is Sponsoring Wolverines Capture Five Of Eight hadl ers won both of the relays and the Program Which Will Be In Matches To…

…..l outclassing Hooker, Purdue's vet- the Wolverine medley relay team Committees in charge of the cran 165 pounder. outdistance the Canadians to win many phases of production and' Ray Parker increased the Michi- in…

… 3:17. composed of regularly enrolled stu- gan total by five points when he Following the swimming meet the dents in the University have been registered his second fall in as ON Wolverine water polo…

… BHA"IRGO OF ARMS UNNEUTRAL ACT IETARY STATES PORTER RESOLUTION AND ANY EMBARGO USELESS SS BILL IS APPROVED ii I Wolverine Center S Leads In Scoring CGR STAGE RALL DURING LAST HALF TO CONQUOER…

… the successful path of al brilliant collections of verse dinfr "Clhallenre" "The New Bob Chapman Veteran Michigan center who totalled four baskets and a pair ofj free throws in the Wolverines' 23- 18…

February 07, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

…TurJsr,, Y, FPRI MflV 7:1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY VI Ot _ Mkhigan Teams Score Two Victories' SPEAKERWILL PLAY Wrestlers Score Wolverine Hockey L A. C. TANK SQUAD Decisive Victory Team Drops Three W…

…. MICHIGAN FENCING TEAM LOSES TO DETROIT CLUB Inaugurating fencing as a Varsity sport the Wolverine foilsmen lost their first match of the season to the Detroit Fencing club last Saturday, 62-40. Pettibone won…

… the next' weight, so Coach score was 2 to 1 the Wolverines get- The 200-yard relay was one of the Keen pitted him against the best of ting their point in the first 10 min- features of the meet. Michigan…

… held the 175 pounders.- Warren won, and utes of play. The game was ragged- the lead until the last lap, when Weis- though outweighed badly has been ly played and the Wolverines are muller sprinted to…

February 24, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… are all .inciude ndefeated class. ' e basis of comparative Wolverines and Wildcats be vastly superior to the Ten tank squads. Both .ms are composed large- eterans, and each has ng performers in every…

… which included the toppling of the Wolverines from the top p.osition by the I-. lini at Ohampaign, was the 36-25{ licking that the Minnesota five handed the travel-wearied Hawk- eye combination to…

….erformers, but none of them have the all-around strength demonstrated by the Wolverine: and Purple natators. Illinois has scored its three victories over Pur- due, Chicago and -Indiana, while Iowa has defeated…

… Wisconsin and Minnesota. Neither Michigan nor Northwest- ern have been extended by Con- ference teams, the Wolverines win- ning from Indiana and Minnesota by large margins, while the Pur- ple submerged Purdue…

…. Both teams are pointing for the crucial meet scheduled for March 8, when Wild- cat will meet Wolverine. Other swimmers who will make things interesting for the Michi- gan and Purple contenders in :the…

… Friday night, Coach Keen's wrestlers concusively demonstrat- ed their superiority, winning each by a time advantage of eight min- utes or more. The Wolverines were less impressive in the other four bouts…

February 14, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…, but in its last two ap- formance last week in deTeating Cap- pearances the winning drive has been tam Hummell, of the Ohio team, noticeably lacking. stamped the Wolverine grappler as 'Coach Harry Kipke…

…- games, and Myron, a dependable per- encl. former at guard, have materially --l added -to the Wolverines' defensive First Year Quintet and offensive Dower, since the Nor- maI co te od at.e At etroit…

…I Northwestern MIect SECOND BIG TEN MATCH With a 17-6 victory over the strong Buckeye mat team already tucked avway, the Wolverine wrestlers will ference's scoring column by seor,',i six field goals and a trio of…

…, which tied with the Wolverines for first honors in the Conference last year, will meet Coach Eddie Lowrey's out- ft. tonight at Minneapolis in the sec- ond of a two-game series marking the final meeting…

… to 0; three of the points were made in the first five minutes of play by McFaden, Mar- ouette center, who gave the Wolver- ine tean' much trouble in two games a, the Coliseum. The Wolverine .team will…

… Balsamo, the Wolverine aces. Michigan held the lead throughout the second period and it was only a last minute rally that enabled the visitors to even threaten the Kipke-coached team's lead. The Noirmal…

… fill the guard berths. Nyhiand Back In Fold The Wolverine squad will be con- siderably strengthened by the return (Continued on Page Seven) to dampen the ardor of the active year- lings, and every day…

February 08, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 94) • Page Image 7

… cellar posi- tion to 'fifth place. SWITZERLAND- Rolf Monsen, a Somewhere beneath that lethargicj front display4d by the Wolverine cagemen is hidden that "something" which makes a basketball team good, but…

… games. leadings have appeared in various papers to the effect that "Wolverines loom as championship contenders" and "Michigan holds hopes and fears of Big Ten Leaders," but everyone will know more about…

… points to the lads from the shores of Lake Mendota though losing 18-13. OFF rt Vedder moment baffled the Coe team. Also, once that clever defense wasl broken, the Wolverines gate some indication of the…

… reason they are con- sidered title contenders. The records show that the last six minutes netted a score of Michigan 17, Coe 3! The Wolverines seem not at all abashed by impending defeat, but on the other…

… all things, and one of these dull days Michigan's Wolverines are going to bump up against a quintet which, they cannot "bulldoze" in the final minutes. See us first. Collegiate Boys We are the ones…

… Boilermakers drilled to prevent a recurrence of this if Pur- due is leading the Wolverines Sat- urday. NEW YORK-Hughey Jennings, a HILL AUDITORIUM Tickets At SLATER'S Admission, $1.00 q THURS.q FEB. 95 8 P…

… Wisconsin, all centers, lead in Big that Michigan took the lead, 13-12. Ten scoring. Instead of staging any brilliant - comeback or scorhig with the renew- al of hostilities, the Wolverines were even more…

February 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

… safely deposited in' your individual box behind those massive doors WOLVERINES TO MEET BADGER PUCK CHASERS' MICHIGAN ICE SQUAD WILL SEASON'S SCHEDULE TONIGHT END Feb. 13 the Wolverine sextette defeat…

… and Minnesota, however, Coach Viner has his men on edge for a stiff battle tonight, and the Badgers are sure to put up a speedy exhibition. In the game at Madison the Wolverines triumphed because of…

… three to one decision over Wisconin. It is the hope of Coach Gordon Anderson that thd Wolverine team will run up a larger score on the Cardinal than Notre Dame was able to make. If the Michigan sextette…

… energy into you. MILLIARDS CIGARS CANDIS M PIPES LVM ME Soxxi iI sWe try to treat youa riht t *- -N =ago NMIsq WOLVERINE MATSQA WINS FROM DETROIT Y" WRESTLING MEET RESULTS IN SECOND VICTORY FOR MICHIGAN…

February 20, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… of interna- tional prominence tonight in De- troit at the Michigan A. A. U. championships, according to an announcement made late yesterday afternoon by Coach Steve Farrell Ten Wolverine thinclads will…

… was the only Wolverine able urday with a total of 43 4-5 points. to penetrate the strong Illinois The Badgers scored only two firsts, defense when Michigan lost to the but picked up one or more points…

… Joseph's Goal Wins recuperatef The Wolverines' three goals were Minneapolis; tallied by Mason, Hart, and Joseph. get in shape Neither team scored in the third and the Go period but .Joseph penetrated the…

… decide the I the Wolverine sextet. Last Satur- ship. The Illini day night Michigan dropped a game to the fast-skating Marquette ret dist team, 5-2, on the Milwaukee rink. basket dsp: Tomorrow the…

Wolverines meet .breaking g Minnesota's strong team in the first r keep. thkie of a two game series at Minne- most of th apolis. -tIhmselves1 RECU PR ATES R~est After lard Trip estt d III DroaPPig n To Second…

… Fast The pool at the " is one which is Grand Rapids known in state swimming .circles as "fast," and Coach Matt Mann of the Wolverine team hopes to break some records. In their past invasions of the…

…, Walker and Ault. At this Thomse ..LD.. ..... Bryant same- ibet, Dick Spindle, present .Meiklejohn. .R D..........Hart Wolverine captain, set a new inter- Frisch.......Go al........Grace collegiate 220 yard…

… Greenleaf, national tip-in, but the gun cut off furtler pocket billiard champion since 1919, Wolverine efforts. wae m e runner-up wiv ie given a gold medal. For two years, H., H. Horowitz has defeated the…

February 16, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… MAROQETTE TODAY MWRESTLERS TO MET WILMEET ILLINI Improved Wolverine Sextet Out To C}cerEWreRSnesu in19 Avenge Earlier Defeat By ':." ,___Ra c h etrnCneec Marquette Championship LOWLY GOPHERS EXPECTED T( SIX…

… addition of three veterans to. DOUGAVITO TO COMPETE University of Michigan will meet the lineup, the Wolverine puck- the Illinois fencing team tonight Probable Lineups men arrived in Milwaukee today Purdue…

… this match the Michigan squads meet at Lafayette. The will open their Big Ten campaignr Chapman ...... C .... ... Williams team will travel to Madison and Wolverines are now tied with In- against one of…

… the Big Ten. year.r ,McCoy, Capt... . RG.........Hovde next week. Six of the eight men who will Y.. Last season the Illini were run-t By Morris Quinn The Wolverines are out to oppose Coach Keen…

Wolverine quin. return of Nygard, Mason, and Shea - Lafayette, including four lettermen However Coach Johnston's men adtoatrae.quest for Michigan's fourth conse-haebnwokghrdndav tet will play the first…

February 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

… Following close upon the heels of '> the Conference leading Boilermakers, Coach Nels Norgren's Chicago Ma- roons will oppose the Wolverine bas- ketball team in the second1 honme con-N test since the beginning…

… of the sec- ond semester tomorrow night in the field house. Tomorrow night's encounter will mark the second meeting between the two teams this season, as th( Wolverines gained a victory over thbe…

… competing nations Wolverines the Maroons held the this year is larger than ever before edge for the greater part of the game, in the cup's history. France will de- only to see their advantage wiped fend the…

… train the ranking Boilermakers, Northwest- at the Ann Arbor depot. erm Wildcats, Wisconsin Badgers, and The Wisconsin games being post- Michigan Wolverines must overcome boned, Coach Eddie Lowrey took his…

… quintets, the Wolverines remain row and Tuesday nights. The Minne- idle for the remainder of the period. Purd games are sure to be played, as i ue, however, continuing its Minnesota 'rsu an artificial rink…

… the early However, Coach Ward Lambert's Pur- season the Minnesota team won a due five is highly favored to rout the pair of games from the W'olverines Illini, especially after the exhibition without…

February 27, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

… Walaitis of the ket-shooting ability but their of- Big Ten Title; JMopes To Go potnttohoveryigtly Wolverines. fensive threat has been altogether To Japan As Champion hv ofradn aepohc Michigan's medley relay…

… Japan and er. His biggest trouble at present Wolverine Varsity and a team com- ; the possibility of another Western is inability to control his deliveries, posed of the reserves and freshmen The first…

… half of the Minnesota tp 'Conference championship. The Precobb, Drabicki, Vereen, 'Presby, will follow- the meet. The Varsity tilt ended 14-9 inl the Wolverine present squad includes, besides an Bobceam…

… signs of Outfielders, in addition to Nebe- audy ' their work handed out in daily. Slagle, Middleton, and Kaplan. I- practice brings a smile to the face' Park Plan ~of the Wolverine mentor. Subscribe to…

February 23, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… DROP FIVE MATCHES' TO WOLVERINE MATMEN; SCORE IS 17-11 e TioSpeak AUHREIO Auditorium TO GI VE ADDRESS AT CON VOCATIlON vrRIni VHIPiNAY Spectators And Sportsmanship I LilIL I IIUH II I that…

… sschool just the snnl+In tnr zil n i.. -n-1-A41 ...A CAGERS PREPARED FOR BATTLE WITHN HAWKEYES TONIGHT KIRBY PAGE WILL HILL AUDITORIUM . MORNING SPEAK IN SUNDAY WOLVERINE FIVE MUST TO RETAIN PRESENT…

…" of Victims of Wolverines simply a group of separate acts and 'custom duties on industry is 42 per After handing Ohp State a bad will form a c6omplete unit h vhig a cent whereas for agriculture it…

… beating at Iow City, the Hawkeyes central idea which is carried forth amounted to only 22 per cent. 1 were the victims of the Wolverines through the entire program. Mr. Hoover, Taber asserted to on their…

… Farroh. . director of the expeditions for Y at Mt. Evans. # With the single exception of next summer, he has officially an-' A feature of the expedition next left forward the Wolverine lineup nounced…

February 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… touted Ohio State mat team, 17 to 6. The Wolverine grapplers repeated -their performance of last weekagainst Purdue by win- ning all of the first five bouts of the meet, one by a fall and four by decis…

… hisf first home meet of the season to in- crease the Wolverine lead to 6. This bout also went overtime, each man gaining only a slight time advantage in the regular period. The Michigan star gained, an…

… team took breast stroke, and crawl events, will ton, Del., winning the swimming hon-;better than 24 feet. His work in the is a good indication of his ability, furnish the Wolverines some keen com- ors…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

…+. '.Is iI~ WOLVERINE - ' , S MPM UAD A S VWISCUN.,.IN, 31 FIRST VICTORY COMES Oosterbaan ains Individual Big Ten Scorl, IN FINALENCOUNTER Hart, Nygord, Josep 11All Score For Wolverines In…

… last night, achieving its first Big Ten victory of the sea- son in the last Conference game for both teams. Captain Maney, Nygord, and Fisher bore the brunt of the Wolverine at- tack, with Bryant also an…

… credited with 22 stops. Mitchell, Wisconsin captain, made 23 stops. In the opening period the Wolverines penetrated the lanky Badger defense duet, Carrier and Ma'son, to tally three times. Wisconsin's only…

… of the season this coming week-end, wa-,7 the reward reaped by th, Wolverine basketball squad yesterday afternoon following the 45-39 win over troublesome Ohio. Most outstanding in the Ohio tussle was…

February 26, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

… it out for top honors in the western section at Iowa City. Like the Wolverines, the Hoosiers hold successive victories ovr Purdue, Ohio State and Northwestern, while Coach Reynolds' team has also down…

… was hard pressed to win by a single point margin, 14 to 13. The Hoosier team includes three veterans from the 1926 outfit, while five of the Wolverine matmen in Coach Keen's lineup were on last year…

… wrestlers in Big Ten circles. in the Conference meets this far the Wolverine matmen have not w lost a bout in the first five divisions. In the 115 pound bout Eakin willB wrestle for Indiana, and past perfor…

…- mances seem to give the edge to Baker,5 Michigan's undefeated veteran. The f Hoosier has won one of his Confer- t ence matches and lost to the Cornell t 115 pounder, while the Wolverine star L holds…

… considered the pick of the Conferene in his weight, despite the fact that he lost to Hummel of Ohio State by a narrow margin. Sauer, Wolverine star who has not lost a Big Ten bout, will meet the Hoosier…

… overtime bout, but was defeated earlier in the season by Johnson of! Purdue. W'onght's meet promises to be the most difficult as well as the most in- teresting in which the Wolverines have' engaged this…

…, it looks likea had fight. Northrop has been ' .making 12 feet 6 inches consistently.! Prout is the other Wolverine entry and is capable of better than 12 feet. Boyles of Iowa is another vaulter of…

February 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… rkcxEsmx I fi -.E Ni 1 H,1: C -rt 1- L "Y r'ttiLtiY', FEBRUARY GL', l THE M iCHI U YiI~iiL'Y ?RIDAY;- PEksi~uAi~i' 22, WOLVERINE GRAPPLERS TO MEET BUCKEYES TOP VIGHT FIRST HOME BIG TEN…

… MATCH ONSCHEDULE[ Buckeyes Have Lost Three Of Their First Four Meets; Two To Big Ten Opponents ED GEORGE TO WRESTLE In the best of condition and rea- sonably confident of a victory, the Wolverine

Wolverines compete against the Minnesota yearlings this after- noon and Saturday in a tele- graphic meet. The Michigan times will be determined in trials in the field house. Although the freshman squad.is the…

February 09, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…I under a new coach, is the, first teamI to be met by the Wolverines on their expedition to the North. The Badger gameq4 will be played F,1iday sand Saturday at Madison, and the follow- ing day Coach Lowrey…

… Wisconsin sextet into a form that brought them victory over the Mize- nesota team-the first time in the his- tory of Badger-Gopher hockey rivalry that the Badgers ever won. Wolverines Improve Michigan's ice…

… TO DISPLAY TEAMWORKI, Regulars Reveal Ragged DefenI e AXid Offense In Practice Tilt With "Rced" Teanni OR WIG SHOWS PROMISE Another mid-week relapse afflinted the Wolverine cage squad in yester- day…

…, recently signed a contract with the Cincinnati clubt for the 1928 baseball season at a sal- ary reported to be around the $5,000 figure. The former Wolverine star, who figured prominently in the Reds' be…

… RACE DODGE Coach Stephen J. Farrell and six members of the Wolverine track team will entrain at 11:42 o'clock to- night for Chicago where the men are scheduled to open the indoor sea- son tomorrow night…

February 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… the Cornhusker se~eder was at the top of his form. Hester led Locke for 98 of the 100 yards,' and lost by less than half a 'stride. In the 440',yard dash the Wolverine! entries will bet…

…- , = mi +t Purdue ace, close behind hinlm. in' o iBenny Oosterbaan, Wolverine for- in fo jward takes third honors in the num- - 'ber of field~ goals made, with 25 to 7 M i'chigan men. his credit, but ranks…

… time Mathermen wilted in the second per righting to break the tie for second i success of the W\olverine team this iod, and the Purdue team was able t place in the Conference championship year has been…

… a formidabl, feet; Frank Harrigan, who alternates men showed ragged form, and then, opponent. The Wolverines must wii at running guard and forward, stands in the encounter with Purdue, it seem- to…

February 12, 1927 (vol. 36, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… be- - And closed doors, and it is rumored -- hat Coach Shuter has been giving is men a number of new plays. Iumore emanating from the Wolverine amp indicate that there will be both I ong and dance…

… of the of gold cloth, 7,000 yards of red, Fifteen J-lop committee members eatest college stars since the days and 14,000 yards of blue, entered the Wolverine "Mike" Ames. Fol- into the decoration of…

… place when by the junior classes and most of them leading man. His loss will deal a they saw men roaming around are juniors. When accused, none de- avy blow to the Wolverines next nonchalantly touching…

… danced with him and who, therefore, D"I'm the girl you brought e this the cast, is a factor also in the fre- were robbed of the pleasure of being bed," " ency with which the Wolverines featured on the…

…- ion of the dance. Upon obtaining their weighed ten pounds to a man, the wraps, they are asked to go up the Wolverines ......" I got no further. main stairway of Barbour gymnasium What the city editor…

February 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

… needed as pinch tters. Last season, the Wolverine tered the ninth inning in the game th the.Maroons at Chicago with two ns needed to win. The Michigan meback spirit arose to the oecasion ien pinch hitters…

… Pheney and hluntz each delived .three' .bag- rs, driving in enough scores to put e game onice'for the Wolverines.' This seaso the Wolverines will need be well- fortified with ;batters, to Nset the strong…

…$Knode, the leading swatter of st year's nine, will greatly add to e offense of the Varsity squad. Strong Offensive Needed Last season, the Wolverines 'were >t rated as highly with the stick as ere the Illini…

…, however, the Wolverines will eed both a strong offense and de- mse to repeat their victories of the Two more men have been named by Coach Drulard to represent Michigan in the Central A. A. U. swimming meet…

February 28, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… championship. which the Buckeye attack was in- ager Donie Bush. Coach Keen's Wolverine wrest- Liddle has competed in the free troduced Vo the Wolverines on the ,;, lers will meet Illinois for the Con-! style…

… position, Damnels, star yearling esting additions to the club is Wal- is for the eastern division title the factor in the Old Gold's wins. By with the Wolverines on their re- forward, taking Van Heyde…

… Schwartz of Northwestern and men in two matches Friday and was o e through se ukeelays FOR SPRING CONDITIONING Wolverines in the 165 pound class, Bob Walker, Michigan, as the out- Saturday nights on the…

… and Gray attack manager, has an innovation for record of getting two falls against o ------------ --o ity of the Wolverines to raise their appears to center around Fesler, iconditioning his players this…

… center after Elmer eran Wolverine track coach, will Tenhopen was forced out of the send a two-mile relay tean to game on fouls, while Foster led the Lansing this Saturday to compete scoring with 10 points…

February 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

… defeat before a squad badly{ crippled by the loss of three star performers due to ineligibility. The Wolverines took the lead at the start by winning five of the open- ing nine matches at foils. In this d…

… performance of the day. Participating in seven events, the Wolverine was not satisfied until 1e had defeated Knox at sabres, there- by winning his fifth victory o- the dTay. The epee swords durnished the bcst…

… years. Though the track on which the ath- letes competed was a poor one, it' alone cannot be blamed for the per- - formance of the Wolverine team, Farrell asserted. Any belief in the fact that Dr. Otto A…

February 24, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… sea- s n, will encounter Coach Matt Mann's Wolverine tank squad Saturday in the 1t (Union pool. .~: 3$ I v'-.Led by Captain Manovitz, victor over Captain Samson of the Michigan team last year in a dual…

…- Wolverines had held 'ife Athletic, Council, and it is under- ' till that time. The final score was stood they will appoint both men to 3-2. Maney and Gabler scored the avoid friction. Michigan points in the…

… outfit. Indiana's star heavyweights, Wilson and Fisher, will meet the Wolverine - entries. These men are recognized as the best men in their weights in the Conference and Wilson held the 175 pound Big Ten…

February 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… Chicago .........3 MInnesota ........1 Northwestern . . ..0 r 5 9 .31) .28) .100 .000 ii f / With the Big Teti lead at stake, and Wisconsin and Purdue only a step behind the pacemaking Wolverines

Wolverines fell 34-23.1 ~Boilermaker five tonight in a crucial Mihgnatra heteesly game to keep their Conferenice recordI oft, came into the game a decided ! unblemished and avoid a triple tieI favorite and…

February 23, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

Wolverine squad, and there are still others who are in doubt. Mraz, a veteran of two seasons, did not pass all his work, and O'Hara, Wimbles, and Leon Parks are also down. With the graduation of Jimmie Newell…

… meets held during vaca- ' I tion the Wolverine tank amen broke even. The Detroit Athletic club gain- ed an expected victory Friday when they proved too much for Coach Dru- lard's men in a hotly contested…

… the match for the Wolverines, falling to was put on, the men of the University spring vacation. the tune of 46 to 22, despite the fact interested in wrestling have planned that they number among their…

February 14, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…-awaiting the invasion of Coach thing at 45 yards in the annual m g team robaby one o fielders to report .with the first swimming meet sche Mt tional federation of state high Clifford Keen's Wolverine wrestlers…

… That the Wolverine hockey eam660 yard event. Paavo, lacking members of the team are: Do five hockey leagues and the begin- Coach Mann is working is at present a vastly improved ma- The Michigan team went…

… h second conference match for they three years which the sport has nihsot we ah si efeed Psida Coach Lowrey feels that with the Wolverines since the Northwestern been played. The only defeat mark…

…Mississippi; outstanding represent- Wolverine mentor. Nygard has had boast a stronger front than they _atives of the Missouri Valley and Subscribe to The Michigan Daily nights when the Varsity is away on considerable hockey…

February 28, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 111) • Page Image 7

…6. TUIESD)AY',FEBRUARY 28, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY j~fHanPeltzer, And KILO WOLVERINE WRESTLERS APPROACH Co ge T CmpteCONFERENCE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued from, Pag e Six) ng 17 cnecutive…

…, and tw aland 1.1hree tin;e tdecisions nor esl Many remarkable pert ormrances,]msMeet at i4ladison Square Gar-attl0 pins -lts - eagetsilyofe e pa laedofslmot athree weeturned in by the Wolverine tank…

February 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…THE F.MICH-IGAN fDAILY C4 A r:T TTI T% A "CT 'G1Mnlr3TT A T3V i.Q. 1.[3 s'}.4...,: 'ArffUIIJAY, FEBRk~UARY .18, 1928:i aaa. l.. a aaan. ai<-... WOLVERINE TRACK TEAM MICH IAN MATMEN FACE…

…. Bring your shoes to be repaired where shoes are made, and save 15% by walking a block. Only one store. Corner Forest and South 1. C Wolverines Hold Badger Sextet' To Tie Score Until Late lit The Seeond…

… night, after the Wolverines held the score to a tie until late in the second period. Wis- consin took to an offensive drive at the opening of the game and in less than four minutes talied its first point…

… Watson of Michigan, I 2 Conference champion, who has garn- ered 13 points in three matches 'by two falls and a decision, will handle the Wolverine's 135 hound assignment .................... against an…

February 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…'s Wolverine wrestlers will attempt to add anoth- er to their string of wins when they meet the Northwestern mat team Sat- urday night at the field house in their second Conference meet. Coupon books will be…

… the former's first appearance this season. Yarbro, who handles the Northwest- ern 158 pound assignment, was ex- pected to oppose Warren, but the Wolverine may be unable to compete because of illness. In…

… Madison where, if ice is avail- able, the Wolverines will play the Wis- consin sextet toiight and tomorrow night. These games will comprise the first of the Wisconsin-Michigan series of the present season…

… events. The, former is also a back stroker of note. Purdy, a veteran, and Bayers, are the best among the breast strokers. l Winston Kratz i - Walter Relegates Wolverine Forward! To Third Place In Big Ten…

February 07, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… vaut' And Hulirdle Evenits RELAY TEAM TO COMPETE Six members of the Wolverine track team will open the 1928 indoor , season Friday night at Chicago by I' .:............ ........., cotmpeting in the…

…. Of this number, La-.- mont is the only man who hads won ' his Varsity letter in track, although l the others were members of theI Wolverine squad last ~season. Mon- roe captained the cross country team…

…- thantwo inuts.uated last week The Wolverines should be in con- Iw cr~ i )itmri dition for the opening event of theI over Illinois while Indiana reaped a season, although regular practice 44 to 29 victory…

February 26, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… 56t To 42%; Wolfe Accmunts For Two Of New Records GOPhERS TAKE HURDLES NG SISLER~ ML TRACKMEN BEAT MINNEAPOLIS FRESHMEN , MAJOR LEAGUE STAR, WAS UMBER OF WOLVERINE BALL TEAM i PECT LARGE FNTRY…

… the Wolverine yearlings to down the Gopher freshmen in the first meet of the year. Coach Hoyt's team captured six firs places to pile up their point total and shared another when a triple tie was…

… making another in the broad jump. The Gophers took1 but four first places. Campbell saved the Wolverines from being shut out in the dash by equally the 1928 freshmen rec- ord of .:06.5. This time was also…

…- (Continued on Page Seven) I Ei George Sisler, sensational dia- the Wolverines were able to count mond star who will appear in the su.ccessful seasons these years.T Boston arave's line-up this year, Sisler…

…- IaiStryAtEsLnig l due's giant pivot man, ran his last Saturday at East Lansing the total to 108 points in the individual !Wolverine fencers are turning ILLINI ARE DEFENE scoring race last week and…

February 24, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… F3TIA FIiSHiEi 1890 IA LuAL- .-- v J *MEMBER I ASSOCIATED ~uiimL~fhimu ° Vol. XXXIX, No. 106. ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1929 EIGHT PAGES Wolverine Basketeer TAPPING WILL…

… race for the C tea on reparations spent the entir;de Fridtjof Nansen appas nHl asalsoe ee onsec The Wolverines flashed a complete n dy n1 auditorium as the seventh feature for Northwestern. the Hawks for…

… stealing the ball from mittee of five as well as in private Veteran Wolverine forward who "Norman Thomas, socialist can- Wednesday, Feb. 27, but his en- The Wolverine lead was increased b conversations among…

… then Orwig took another rom the Michigan center to a difficult one-handed shot. x reduced the Wolverine lead .e when McCoy fouled him, ose offset this effort when he fast to receive Orwig's per- ass for…

… the substantial piled up by the Wolverines e opening period. The 4n- s outscored Michigan 13-10 in aif. mitz Replaces Truskowski itz replaced Truskowski in ichigan lineup and the Hawk- dense began to…

February 23, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

…'s preparation for the Iowa tilt with a long drill on offense during yesterday after- noon's workout. The Wolverine defense has been uniformly good, and the Varsity h1as had less average points scored against it…

…, as missed tosses from near the hoop cost the Wolverines the Northwestern and Illinois contests. T heiattention paid to the devel- opment of the Wolverines' eyes for the basket was topped off with an…

Wolverines' passing attack] appeared to have regained its old time snap, and with Orwig, Trus- kowski and Chapman on the re- ceiving end of triple and quad- ruple passes, the Varsity pene-] trated the yearling…

… in the field house in the 440 yard run will determine the Wolverines who will snake the trip to Lansing March 2 to compete in the annual Michi- gan Statei relay carnival, according to Coach Farrell…

… I Danny Rose Diminutive Wolverine guard, who is expected to be a major factor in the attack of the Veenker coached team tonight against Coach Barry's, second place seeking Iowa quin--t tet in the…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… th versity School of Music on X street. MAT SQ0UD1T ALL BOUTS TO Wolverines Register Three T 34-0 Win Over Nortliwes Grappling Team Ralph J. Harlan I Popular instructor of the speech department who…

… standing into a three-way tie with Purdue and Wisconsin for the lead in the Big Ten race. Michigan held a three point lead at the half, but the Wildcats passed the Wolverines after five minutes of frenzied…

February 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… chassis, which arrived yes- terday, will be used for experimental purposes. WONDERFUL DEFENSE HOLDS{ BOILERMAKERS TO FIVE FIELD GOALS WOLVERINE TEAM AGAIN UPSETS DOPE; Keeps Possession of Ball Practically…

… quintet to five field goalsethe re- mainder of their points being made on free throws by Captain White. The Wolverine five kept possession of the ball practically all the time, and although the score was…

… ed eight free throws. Captain White was the Purdue star. Counting on 13 fouls made pos- sible by Michigan's hard playing,' White by his excellent shooting kept his team close to the Wolverines- at; all…

… times. By virtue of its victory tonight; Michigan has a percentage of .500 with a record of four victories and four defeats. The playing of the Wolverines in the last few games in- dicates a powerful…

… season. EATON ANNOUNCES N E W COMMITTEE WOLVERINE CINDER SQUAD TO MEET FAR WEST TEAM BERKELEY TO BE SCENE OF DUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN OTHERS CONSIDERED . (By Associated Press…

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