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February 20, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… ____ _ _ ....._.. _ _ ___._ .. LN LEFT BY VETERANS 1IS FSHER'S TASK Captain Harvey Straub, Myron, and Truskowski, Only Lettermen Back. PITCHERS REPORT EARLY Montague Expected' to Act Mainstay of Wolverine Hurling Staff. as Facing…

… practice. The Wolverines' schedile for the coming season includes 28 games, 12 of them with Conference op- ponnts. Michiganl will Meet North- western, Ohio State, Illinois, Pur- due,. Wisconsin, and Chicago…

… in home and hoie series to complete its >ig Ten schedule. In addition to these Conference games the Wolverines will again make a Southern trip which will include two games apiece with Vanderbilt…

… Colgate o May 1 and 2. In addition to these new opponents, the Wolverines have scheduled a game with Oberlin,to be played in Ann Arbor on May 22. MICHIGAN HOCKEY TEAM PRACTICES, TO FACEGOPHERS' With the…

Wolverine rink with a strong team bf veteran players. The Gophers have been fortunate in having ten of the best men from last year, again on the ice and the formida- ble record that they have hung up so far…

February 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… Minnesota Goal i Michigan's forward line pictured above has not been shut out-this year and has been one of the better scoring trios to represent the Wolverines. Dick Berryman (left) has scored less times…

….-a STAR DUST By ART CARSTENS - Michigan Will Meet Badgers Here Saturday Distance Races Feature Zepp, Smith,_Ottey Wolverine Captain Entered In Mile Run; Relay Team To Attempt New Record Michigan's track…

… team will make its initial home appearance in Yost Field House in a triangular meet with Michigan State, and Michigan State Normal College. The meet will begin at 7:30 p.m. Although the Wolverine squad…

… in the mile, and will be supported by Clayton Brels- ford. With Smith out of the half-mile, Abe Rosenkrantz of Normal, who bat- tled the Wolverine captain in his rec- ord-breaking run, will be…

… PRESS ace. 206 N. Main - Downtown Coach Keen intends to start the (Next to Postoffice) same lineup that defeated West Vir- ginia last week. The 118-pound match will be forfeited since the Wolverines READ…

… squad will be intense. ney, record low qualifier in the Na- Cal Markham, the Wolverine cap- tional Amateur and a member of tan, has indicated that he may not the 1934 Walker Cup team, has an- o able to…

… is yet an- sis, who played with him, and the other race in his system which night Wolverine star looks to Hoerner as easily, come out Saturday at the ex- one of the future stars of the coun- pense of…

February 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

… second half. But with the gun, those same glim- merings vanished and a Michigan audience beheld the spectacle of a Wolverine team that couldn't win. There's Still Indiana There remains, of course, another…

Wolverines this year and will meet Genson with whom he drew when the Spartans were defeated in the team's first meeting by a 16 1-2 to 11 1-2 score. Parker, too, will be in a return engagement, meeting Knudson…

… the fine showings which he made in the Cornell and Chicago meets. Oakley, too, was un- defeated, and Rubin will be out to keep the Wolverine 126-lb. division record clear. In Reavely, the Spartan…

Wolverine tally in the closing minutes with both teams a man short. Red Mac- Collum and Jack Barkley had both been sent to the penalty box after. a short scrap in front of the Mich- igan net. Barkley hit Mac…

… passed the Michigan runner. When the points were totaled, In- diana had 27 5-6 and Michigan 27. Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin trailed far behind. Smith will have to win many points for the-Wolverines

February 25, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

… season. The Wolverines are scheduled to encounter the mighty Northwestern aggregation of nata- tors at Evanston on Priday, and are anticipating the hardest fought Conference nieet of the season…

…'s captainship of the blue polo team has fallen to Hardie Scott of Strafford, Pa., the riding star of last year. Cagers Rest Following Wolverine Sextet Off Vitory Over Hoosiers 'Form in Gopher Series (Continued…

… the defense posts Sammy HartI though the Wolverines have appar- is playing the best game of his ently found their stride too =late to career and adds much to the of- gain the title this season, the show…

… has so far this season failed to prospects next year. show the same ability which .has No particular Wolverine showed marked his play in past cam- to unusual advantage on the fe- paigns and has failed…

… accomplished by the Michigan swordsmen last Saturday ind yet refusing to acknowledge that the Wolverines have yet reach- ed the perfection necessary to win the Conference title, Coach John- stone sent his…

February 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IAGE THREE Powerful Indiana Wrestling Team Defeats Zerbo Defeats I Hockey Team Shows Airtight B a dge r s Beat Dworman In Defense In Friday's Tie Game Wolverines To By ROBERT J…

…-6. Wally Heavenrich and Seymour Rubin were the only Wolverine mat- men who were able to turn in victories for the Maize and Blue. Heavenrich met Howard Bush of the Hoosiers in the 135-pound division and in a…

… was needed and after it had ended awarded the decision to the Wolverine wrestler. This was Heavenrich's seventh victory in as many starts this season. Seymour Rubin Wins Seymour Rubin defeated Howard…

… of Indiana had an easy time with Ed Kellman in the 118-pound division and punished the Wolverine severely throughout the match winning by a time advantage of 8:39. In the 126-pound class act- ing Capt…

…. Ollie Cellini of the Hoo- siers rolled up a time advantage of 7:00 over Alan Rubin of Michigan. For a while it looked as if the more experienced Indiana man would pin Rubin but the Wolverine managed to…

…- ence, they must have been dispelled in Friday's game with the Gophers. The Wolverines virtually defended their way into at least a half interest in the Big Ten title when they tiedt Minnesota, 1 to 1, in…

February 19, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… event when Captain Hugh Bonino of the Generals pinned Wil- lard Hildebrand in 4:02 for the win- ning margin. The crippled Wolverine squad put up a surprisingly strong fight against the powerful Washington…

… the Wolverines ahead, 13-11, for the first time during the meet, but Wash- ington and Lee forged ahead again after the 175-pound event which Kap- lan, Washington and Lee sophomore, won by a small time…

… a rink which was smaller and rougher than the local arena, the Wolverines found out early in the series that there were few spec- tators wasting any affection on them. Johnny Sherf had a goodly band…

…, featured the annual Winter Carnival there. Besides enjoying the celebration, an endless series of skating contests, dog- sled races, ski competition, dancing. and what not, the Wolverines were banqueted by…

Wolverine times. Yale's 400-yard relay team, minus Captain Livingstone, won in 3:44.6. Michigan was beaten by the Ontario team in 3:38. Renner finished about a yard behind Pirie, the Michigan time being…

February 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…19, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverines Bally To Tie Buckeye Swimmers Again, 42-4 9 Natators Gain Needed Points In Final Relay Quayle Swims 100 Yards In 52.5 To Better Mark . And Defeat Walt…

… Tomski (Continued from Page 1). was a super swimmer as a result of his 52i1 victory against Yale, went com- pletely haywire. ' If the medley dampened the ardor of the Wolverines, the 220 free style threw…

Wolverine hopes for a victory. Tor- ski, the favorite starter in college today was but one foot ahead at the first turn. A bad turn at the 75 pulled his Ohio rival ahead and Quayle, who is at finishing what…

… not ahead of him, Walt was short with his last stroke and needed another to touch. Quayle touched coming up to give him the win in 52.5. The valuable third place point went to Johnson. Wolverine hopes…

… Avenue. ' 'Michigan Sextet Loses 5-3; Cagers Trimmed By Maroot # *? Visitors' Last Period Scores Decide Fracas Hillberg, Cooke, Stodden Tally For Wolverines In Hard Fought Game By NEWELL Mc…

Wolverines this time by a 5 to 3 score to a strong Waterloo sextet. In the closing minutes of the open- ing period Waterloo came through with the first goal of the night when Grau took a pass from Smith and…

… second period Bert Stodden broke lose from his defense position and soloed down the ice bringing the Wolverines their opening score and tying the game. A few minutes after Stodden's goal, on an assist from…

… Cooke, Hilberg made a tally which put the Wolvsr- ines in the lead. Then the ganie turned into a fast skating game, Waterloo taking the offensive and the Wolverines forced to play within their own blue…

February 21, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…/2 inches to set a new all-time Michigan record. This heave bettered by 18 inches the old record which was set by Capt. Joe Horner of the 1911 Wolverine thinclads. Birleson Tops Beetham's Mark The two other…

… and led until the last 65 yards. Brels- ford lagged behind during the first two laps but from then on ran stead- ily a pace behind the Spartan. At the last turn the Wolverine forged ahead and won by a…

… when Yovonovich won the high jump by clearing the bar at five feet eight inches. This is the only event where Michigan lacks strength, but against State Friedenberg and Hunn of the Wolverines were second…

… and third. In the mile relay State never had a chance. Waldo Abbott, r-unning first for the Wolverines, ended his quarter with a 16-yard lead. Bill Aigler extended it another five yards and Howard…

… State today in a dual meet which saw three Western Conference records broken. The Wolverine sprint relay team hung up a record of 3:33.4, bettering the old Big Ten mark of 3:38.3. Bill Neungry, Ohio State…

February 25, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

…'s track edge over the Midway aggregation, tAman meets the University of Chi- but the Wolverine mentor an- cago in the opening Big Ten indoor nounced that he would not work his meet of the season for the…

… Renwick, sprint- for Scoring Lead er, are the only two members of the Wolverines who are suffering from Johnny Wooden, Purdue Star, the present epidemic of colds and flu. However, these men are rapid- Has…

… contingent to make the Western Conference basketball the-Chicago journey will be deter- race this season have gon glimmer- mined today. ing, interest of Wolverine fans is In Chicago's biggest test of the still…

… on their heels the Seven Men. Wolverine grapplers will tackleI Ohio State this Saturday night on IMichigan's swordsmen will jour- hmasoteBuky. ney to Detroit today for a tencingts- meet with the German…

… victory but a warming up exercise foi; the Turnverein aggregation, they fell over Paller; and Joe Oakley made Wolverine swimming team as it before the onslaught of Michigan a\remarkable showing against the…

… race this season. Fon should develop into a cone of Schmeiler a mark of 2:18.7 for the this meet, the Wolverines will use Michigan's mat great. 220 free style. The 270-yard .med- but three men. They will…

…,51.9. Minnesota will bring here Satur- Going To The Refrigerator And Opening day one of the strongest swimming A ottle I .Illness Shrinks Squad. With the Buckeye meet right at hand the Wolverine mentor has been…

… Mountaine.r's ottstandling s t a r Schwartzwalder, at 155 pounds. The Wolverine sophomore flash turned in a good account of himself hold- ing the Easterner to a time advant- age of a minute and a half. t 1…

…. pivot ean on theroffense cn he relinquished his tip-off job to Ed Gaffer, the veteran Wolverine cager has displayed a great eye from the floor and from the foul stripe to far outclass any other scorer…

February 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… problem of keeping our ath- etes eligible. Varsity Swims To 57-27 Win Over Gophers Natators Cop Every First Place And Crack Three NationalRelay Marks (Continued from Page I) Reidj, continued the Wolverines

… Record This made a total of 19 relay rec- ords that the Wolverines have set this year-four in the free style, nine in the back stroke and six in the breast stroke. Minnesota was able to take but five…

… nursing his bad back. The tall Wolverine star, whose ability to play varies with the condi- tion of a troublesome sacroiliac, scrimmaged for two five minute stretches and declared that he "felt pretty good…

Wolverines will not pull their punches when it comes time for that killing last lap stretch drive. The two-mile, an hour later, will bring together a fresh Schwarz- kopf and a Rice who will have run a tough…

… out and battled the Var- sity almost to a standstill. Coach Eddie Lowrey's Wolverine What was more indicative, how- hockey squad will leave late today for ever, was that fact that Coach Fish…

…, Bob for the Wolverines Saturday night Antle, All-State man from Saginaw, would raise the hopes of both the Carl Bernstein, and "Red" Bruce, an team and their local followers before Indianapolis boy…

… the Wolverines, John Mariucci and company will find themselves confronted with an entirely revised #9sOuTW and much improved Michigan squad. In their first two games it was M O N TH -EN Michigan…

February 19, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…FAURSix THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURmSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1931- wasomwam"No Wolverine Natators Swam 3partan eam, 63-13 VARSITY ACES PIL Michigan Seeks Lead _i UP LARGE MARGIN MRS. HARPER AND…

… Firsts; Kennedy Also Stars. By J. Cullen Kennedy Michigan State's swimmers bow- ed before a superior Wolverine squad last night inthe Intramural pool by a score of 62-13. The pow- erful Michigan natators…

… Wrigley's ma- gic island yesterday- ck Race WOLVERINE[S MEET WISCONSl'N TON IGHT Victory Over Leaders Would Put Varsity on Top in Big Ten Title Scramble. Michigan's chances for a second consecutive hockey…

… championship will be at stake tonight when the Wolverine sextet crosses sticks with a fighting group of Wisconsin puck- men at 7:30 o'clock at the Coliseum, in the first of a two-game series. The second game…

… victory over Mich- igan and a single win over Minne- sota, have hit the skids and have dropped two games to the Gophers. That leaves Wisconsin only a half game in front of the Wolverines, and should…

February 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… natators a crushing defeat in a dual meet Fri- day night in the Intramural pool. The flashes of record - breaking ability showed by the Wolverine splashers Friday night clearly dem- onstrated, in the opinion…

Wolverine backstroker's time against the Hawkeye swimmers. A comparison of Drysdale's per- formance with the times made in this event in the Nationals would indicate that Drysdale should win his favorite…

… Kamienski, rymple, Robertson and R e n clipped almost three seconds of Conference record for the event by Northwestern. The existing is 3:40.4 while the Wolverines ered the distance Friday nig) 3:37.6. Capt…

…:21.8 and he swar distance Friday night in 2:21.J IF _ New Weavings from Overseas -Associated Press Photo These Northwestern cagers will see service against the Wolverines tomorrow night at Evanston, Ill…

…- nesota but was unable to score. Johnson was sent to the box for trip- ping Chapman and Coach Lowrey promptly sent in Sherf, David and Artz to replace Stewart, Sindles and MacEachern. The Wolverine line…

… times as the Wolverine puckmen bombarded him, Johnny Sherf took the puck near the Michigan cage, skated straight up the ice until he reached the center of the rink where he let loose a terrific shot that…

February 25, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

… RED SEIXTEIT OFIORM IN GOIPHER SEIE1Sl Wolverines' Teamwork Lacking' Against Weak Minnesota Hockey Outfit. COURTIS PLAYS WELL Despite the whitewash which Coach Eddie Lowrey's Varsity; hockey team…

… tossed into the camp ofj the Gopher skaters over the series, last Friday and Saturday nights on the doliseum ice the perform- ance of the Wolverines fails to es-j tablish them on a par with Wis- consin…

… to play shortstop. Wedding Is Nothing to Wolverine Swimmer Not even a wedding can interfere with the practice sessions of Coach Matt Mann's swimmers as they prepare for their all-important meet with…

… Northwestern's highly touted aggregation this Friday at Evanston. Yesterday afternoon Fel Hosmer, Wolverine sprint star, was married to Katherine Tyler, Grad, and immediately following PURDUE NEARS CAGE TITLE…

… the season against the Hoosier basketeers, Coach Veenker was content to send the Wolverine quintet through a light drill yesterday afternoon while the reserves engaged in a short workout against the…

… fresh- man five. According to reports from Indi- ana, the Hoosiers played a dead, listless type of ball, while, accord- ing to the Wolverine standpoint, the Maize and Blue quintet had possession of the…

… approach anything resem- bling a solutlion of the Wolverine defense.- McCracken,dwho accounted for 11 of his team's 18 points, with five field goals and one free throw, was 1 the only Indiana player to work…

February 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Team Wins Second VictoryOverWisconsin,_2 To Cornell College Wrestling Team Defeats Michigan Squ. I PLAY Rubin Scores Lone Fall For Wolverines In 126 Pound Division By…

… BILL REED Taking four out of eight matches and drawing another, Cornell Col- lege wrestlers yesterday afternoon de- feated Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverine team in the Field House by a score of 15 1-2 to 12…

… 1-2. But two falls were registered in the meet, one by each team. Seymour Ru- bin, substituting for the injured Joe Oakley in the 126-lb. division, was1 credited with the lone Wolverine fall when he…

… at 135-lbs. piled up the biggest time advantage for the Wolverines as he defeated Wesley West with a 7 minutes, 35 second advantage. Jimmy Landrum failed to break a wrist lock which Tom Shaffer had put…

February 15, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… entered the al lap and maintained that lead win in 1:58.8 as five of the first : finishers were Wolverines. Stan Kelley, who finished second Gedeon in the high sticks, won e low hurdles easily in :07.4 as…

… game. Pick Deh- r took advantage of the disability wever to score 16 points and per- rally whip the Wolverines. lherL_ and if Jim will be back in Ifon again Coach Bennie oster- an is at a loss to say. It…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… Place (Continued from Page 1) Wolverines' bag of tricks. He opened the set-up plays for Townsend's pass- ing by the use of a blocking offense as the guards broke through the free throw lane. Although he…

… athlete. The Indiana offense was useless as the Varsity stopped it cold. True the Bloomington boys couldn't stop their shots, but the Wolverine defense was so tight that Indiana seldom got a clean attempt…

…. Michigan Goes Wild For the first half Michigan seemed to .be laboring under its usual mental handicap that always shows up when the Varsity plays either Purdue or Indiana. Still the Wolverines were working…

… Field House. The Wolverine thinclads apparent- ly emerged from the battle with the eligibility bugaboo in excellent shape. The exact status of the members of the team will be learned Wednesday night when…

Wolverines on practically even terms. State will bring a squad of 39 men (Strongest Thinclads In Varsity Histnrv Meet MS CL Sa.'tirdav .. 1T.J.A . .4iLK .[ here Saturday for the season's open- er and the…

February 14, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…'s inva- sion. The full distance was a mile and the Wolverine quartet led most of the way.. Although no points were awarded by the officials of the meet, the press scores gave Michigan a total of 40, a huge…

… satisfied with a simple victory the Wolverines kept the home team scoreless during the last 15 minutes of the game, making 13 points during the interum. The State cagers are wondering just how they happened…

… take the Conference title, and for that reason the Wolverine nata-* tors have been pointing for Friday's eet, although they swim against Chicago on the following night, Wolves Succumb To Late Goal In…

… Ferries was able to break loose from the forwards again and elude the defensemen to score the final goal of the game with -two minutes to play, winning the game for Tech. The Wolverines missed the services…

…; Jewell 26. Referee, Fox, Detroit, i 9Trestlers Lose Two Meets In Eastern Tour Michigan's wrestlers were easy prey for their eastern opponents on the recent Intersectional trip. The Wolverine grapplers…

February 21, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

… Shore A. C. Finished Second In 1934 Outdoor A.A.U. Championships Face Iowa Saturday Wolverines Will Present Exhibition At Indiana This Evening Coach Matt Mann and thirteen members of the Varsity swimming…

… squad will leave at noon today for a three-day auto trip that will include performances at South Bend, Chicago and Iowa City. Tonight the Wolverine swimmers will take part in an exhibition meet in the…

… 4 p.m. Saturday in the Field House. The Hoosiers, who have won 19 con- secutive duel meets, will clash. with a Wolverine team which exhibited surprising strength on its Eastern tour. The smashing…

… Thom's Indiana outfit defeated Iowa State last Friday, 21I to 1%. The lineup which started that maeet and which will probably meet the Wolverines follows: 118- pounds -Willard Duffy, 126-pound - Thomas…

… For Wisconsin Game opening contest of the two-game ser- ies with the erstwhile favorites fromi Coach Charlie Hoyt has named 28 Minnesota. men to compete for the Wolverines Michigan's chances of nishing…

… cut to the mini- hard brand of hockey they displayed tween Michigan, Michigan State and mum when the Wolverines lost to at Minnesota earlier in the season. Michigan State Normal College. Northwestern…

… most successful in history. Ohio State are yet to be played. possible that the Wolverines will salv- Ward Handicapped By Injury Displaying an improved floor game age at least one victory or a tie game…

… Willis Ward, Michigan's versatile and offense, Michigan scored a 29-27 out of the week-end's conflict. star, will again lead the Wolverines upset ove Iowa last Saturday, but Goalie Shows Improvement…

… despite a heel injury which may keep played a ragged game against North- This is plausible when the improve- western. Failure of the Wolverins ment of Bill Chase, substitute goalie, himotoftheiwthrough…

… Then there is the thrill, not unal- Wolverine senior turned in a time of wards, Evans and Patanelli, guards,9 encountered in his first matches with loyed, of your first by-line. Fresh- under 4:20, and…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… yes- terday afternoon in preparation for their opener against the Michigan State Spartan tonight at the Field House. The entries posted by Coach Charlie Hoyt indicated that the Wolverines will throw…

… hurdle&, will more than have his hands full with able Wolverine hurdlers Gedeon and Kel- ley. 440 Chances Good Only the fact that both teams are limited to two entries in the quarter saves the State forces…

… cutting into the Mo.e of this later. But as far as Saturday's dual meet goes,n1 m confident Mike Peppe must wait a little while longer. It looks like the Wolverines will finish the festivities some four or…

… swing the meet. Give the Wolverine duo 14 or 16 points in 50 and 100. And Michigan willi need this Matmen Leave For East; Meet Tern ie, Lebid Wolverines Rated Favorite Over Owls; Engineers Have Strong…

… tough hick match. This year the Wolverines are set to make up for their mediocre showing of last year and are favored to take this import- 1nt tournament, By far the outstanding match of "he meet will be…

… Cameron lost his match last year, however he was working in the 135 division. This time he will rep- resent the Wolverines in the 126 pound class against Frank Burnett. Co-captain Thomas suffered the same…

February 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… under a 53-22 score before a crowd of 1,500 spectators. The Wolverines. copped first place in every event except one and came out victorious in both relays. Outstanding on the evening's program was the…

… teammates touch him out at the finish. Asa result of this Schmeiler took three seconds, giving him a total of nine points for the meet, running second to Kennedy, another Wolverine sophomore, who garnered 10…

… scoring the only sec- onds for the Wildcats. Michigan took seven firsts, four seconds, and two thirds in all, as compared with the Purple's one first, four seconds, and four thirds. The Wolverines got off…

… Smith, Wolverine vet- eran, gained a yard on Aikin, and Ladd finished the race with a five yard margin over Captain Covode, Northwestern star. The time was 3.41 flat. In the 200 yard breast stroke event…

… tets, the Wolverines had an easy Expect to Defeat Buckeyes time in Turning back the threat of on Ohio Floor. the invaders by a 23-17 count. How__ ever, basketball fortunes at Wis- All basketb ams in the…

… fencing meet held in Michigan 135 - pound grappler, Chicago. The final score was nine who may be moved up a notch in to eight in favor of the Wolverines.' tonight's meet with Northwestern With the running…

February 16, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… at the afternoon session. Federal aid programs for the construction and improvement of State roads have been a regular poli- Capt. Les Hillberg's Five Goals Pace Wolverine Puck Victory Hockey Team…

… Again Wins After Losing Streak; M Woodstock Team Small :;r: By NEWELL McCABE Scoring five of his team's six goals, Capt. Les Hillberg led the Wolverine hockey sextet to a 6 to 2 victory over the small…

… Woodstock Trojan team last night at the Coliseum. This im- pressive triumph placed Michigan back in the win column, the ranks of which were last entered when the Wolverines defeated Illinois a month ago…

… third goal in one game. Although playing defensive hockey the third period the Wolverines came through in the last minutes of play to put the game definitely in their hip pocket. Both of these tallies…

… of the Trojans' two goals was made in the closing seconds of the first period when Kennedy lifted the puck over the heads of the Wolverine defense men, the puck then bound- ing past "Spike" James…

February 19, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 98) • Page Image 9

…- night the Wolverines will go about proving this statement when they clash with Michigan State in Yost1 Field House in their first meet of the season. Coach Ralph H. Young of the Spar- tans will bring a 39…

…-man squad to Ann Arbor for the meet in an effort to keep the powerful Wolverines from amassing the top-heavy total predict- ed for them. State is expecting to make its best showing in the distance runs…

… would put the game Bissell; 165-pounds, either Danner or on ice, but Tech battled valiantly ane Frank Morgan; 175-pounds, Dick Maki was at his best to keep thi Tasch; and heavyweight, Stan Schu- Wolverine

February 27, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… Wildcats are the proud pos- sessors of the Big Ten title, won last year over the Wolverine oppo- sition, after the Maize and Blue had defeated the Northwestern squad in a dual meet a few weeks previous to…

… Purple when the Wolverines set a new world's recordt for the 160-yard distance. Bernoflo, Northwestern star, and Schmieler, Michigan ace, are card-_ ed to fight it out in the 200-yardr breast stroke event…

…. Wilson and Cogdill or Durin will swim the 440-yard free style for the Purple, while Coach Matt Mann will stake the Wolverine chances on Kennedy and Ladd or Schmieler. Wilson is rated as a dangerous man in…

… "three-man catching staff of the Illinois team last week, the =A hto.has cotributed 5 baskets in baseball." Wolverines are e n t e r i n g these iO hei team's total score and I matches with a determination…

… out only 14 fouls. Wrestlers to Battle Wildcats in the sabres. In the epee, Powers ST1e sensatio-al Johnny Wooden at Evanston Saturday. and Winig are the Wolverine of Purdue, who seems to have a choices…

February 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

… ates.. TheWolverine contenders..in these two .races will M I be Kennedy, Lowmaster, and Fitz-- o gibbons in the two mile and Wolfe, c D'Anna and Fenstal in the mile. ti Crieger, O'Connor, and Arnold. Y…

… will also run for Ypsi in the half h mile run with the addition of Sur- ev holt. This quartet should prove .e tough going for the Wolverine run-f ners, Benson, McLaughlin and c1 Chase. The 'Spartan…

… who is assured plenty of work. Man for man the Wolverines ap- pear to be on a par with their speedy, deft opponents and it will only be superior combination play which will spell defeat for Michi- gan…

February 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… in Lansing. He will enter the Muskegon meet a decided favorite to cop the title. eplaces Courtis on Michigan Front Line i I I 1 Recovering from the rouwg work that the Wolverines went through to win…

Wolverine ice team have turned all their ef- forts to working for the coming series with the sextet from Madison Thursday and Saturday nights. Both games will be played here on the Coliseum ice and promise to…

… aided ma- terially in the past games of the Wolverines. Michigan must win all her con- ference games from now on if she wants to stay in the running for the title honors. In addition Wis- consin, the…

February 21, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

… holder of the team and it will take everything breast stroke record for the Intra- Indiana has to keep its scoring re- mural pool, and is a member of duced to a minimum. Leading the the Wolverine Varsity…

…- 'Michigan Varsity swimmers.f L ion; Weiss,; fast forward, who is Returning to Ann Arbor afterl hrd to coer during a game; and the meet the Wolverines will pre- anitz, at the other forward post, pare to face…

… Gopher start his old post at forward for team has swum in the Intramural Indiana. In the game with Chi- pool, and it is also the second Big sago last Saturday night he held Ten meet for the Wolverines this…

February 18, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… promise 4 the Wolverines in the final mat eir opponents in a very material on the freshman team three yer n defeated them for the seco ry. The Purple machine has dis- ago, so he may prove valuable in…

… virtually tions, Coach Mann took his nata-j and Watson, also ex-Wolverin Llled. l tors to Grand Rapids last Thursday ' aided the Yacht club to victory. Minnuesota, Ohio State, and Chi- for an exhibition meet…

… with the .lo- This week two - meets, are ont ;o may be counted out of the cal "Y" team. The Wolverines had tank team .card. TIhe Maize a .e, having failed to show any- little trouble in chalking up a 54…

… home c :prise the followers of the Big club. In the preliminaries the f erence meet; of the Big Ten se n~e court fortunes. Maize and Blue aggregation down-' son. Records Threatened -inWOLVERINE

… pound class fur- nished the feature entertainment of the evening with the' Wolverine taking the hard fought match with anl advantage of 1 :37. Robinson wrestled to a draw with ┬░Kelly last unable to pin…

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… and Jack Leutritz. Wolverines Are Favorites Michigan entries will be top-heavy favorites in many of the individual events as well as in the relays. De- fending champions Bill Watson, El- mer Gedeon and…

… Wes Allen should be good for victories and the Wolverines are much stronger in the relays than they were last year when their com- binations took down one first, two seconds and a fourth. Elmer Gedeon…

… result of intensive workouts since the start of the week. The Wolverine squad appears to be in its best physical condition since the beginning of the season, with not a, single man in the starting lineup…

… the season at 175, as will Forrest "Butch" Jor- dan in the heavyweight division. The feature match of the meet promises to be that between two un- defeated rivals; Don Nichols of the Wolverines and…

… Lowrey's Wolverine hockey sextet showed a handful off Michigan fans that they still have thek power to win a hockey game. Although walking off the ice with the 6 to 2 score in their favor, if the forward…

… Straight Wins Against Woodstock these faults had' no real effect on the final score.' However when the Wolverines come up against Waterloo Saturday nigh at the Coliseum such mistakes will mean the difference…

… between another win, or whether the small Michigan team will fall back into the losing column. Wednesday's game can easily be considered a practice game which prepared the Wolverines for their next four…

…. After the Chicago contest, the Wolverines will return to Ann Arbor since no game is scheduled for Mon-, day. They play one more game away from home-against Purdue next Saturday-and then wind up the sea…

February 18, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… Only FiveWolverine AthletesSuccumb To Ineligibilil Ly Jinx Fraternity Mermen Reach Finals Individual nor s One of the largest groups ever tox enter the Intramural interfraternityI swimming meet…

… Kundla and George Addington. Between them 20% Djsc they scored over half of the Gophers' points. Pjms-Mflr Jake Townsend, who was respon- Pajamas - Mufers sible for the Wolverine conquest of Neckwear…

February 20, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

… such a nickname is re-educating America had turned the Wolverines out of a . on so vital a subject. Then there is the case of Whittier College in California Big Ten title. In the Conference out- whose…

… his' appendix was the ice. Since the Wolverines played removed in an emergency operation The Minnesota D a i 1 y, student Minneapolis Arena January about ten days ago. nswspaper at the University of Min…

… for not teaching in their first three grid gan year. his Varsity players cagey enough reason. With Jewell in the Wolverine goal, tactics. Two of the fans interviewed Michigan would have been generally…

… the Goph- ers could do was tie the WolverinesPD in one game. PhiBD.Leads When it was first known that Jew- ell would be out of the lineup, titlee Are teThin hopes became nil. Coach Eddie Low- rey began…

… gasoline ad) i low's 1935 single game record by a to Michigan's Wolverines by ignorant point, pulled his average to 12 and a wolverine except the single, moth-eat fraction points per game equal to the rounds…

February 24, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

… unofficially shatter the Conference record and come within seconds of the world mark, as the Wolverine swimmers administered a 58 to 17 drubbing to the Michigan State team at the Intramural Pool yesterday…

…'s hockey team as they take to the Arena ice here at 8 p. m. tonight to do battle with Minnesota's formidable sextet. The Wolverines still have a chance to tie for the Big Ten championship, it was made known…

… efficiency tonight. The Wolverine defense will be strained to the utmost tonight. Chapman, Gabler, and Jewell will have a host of potential scorers to battle against, since almost every member of Minnesota…

Wolverines Hopes of regaining second place in the Conference standings hinges on the outcome of the coming week- end games in which the Wolverine quintet faces Purdue at Lafayette Saturday and Minnesota here…

February 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…vh-up FIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,"'NDAY, FITDUARY 22, 1931 Wolverine arsity agers efeat osiers, 33a24 I IN[IPHILADELPHIA'S PENNANT CHANCESI DEPE NDON VETERAN PERFORMERS I(T TFID P AC E (ditor…

… because of injuries. The fact Coa bell and Veller. that he was extremely lucky in this too The Wolverines were tied for respect last year doesn't mean that had Norm Daniels once again led his Lady Luck is…

… to win the game. Eveland, f...........2 5 9 against a Conference opponent. The Weiss, f.............. 2 2 6 Wolverines started out their first B BIG TEN STANDINGS Daniels, c.......... 4 3 11 year with…

… Score of 14-3 to Give Varsity Thorough Trimming. linois walked off with the fenc- meet at Champaign last night en they defeated the Wolverines the one-sided score of 14 to 3. Conference champicl h ve a 1…

… MINNESOTA, 51-13 Schmieler Sets New National Collegiate Breast Stroke Record for 220-Yards. Purdue Wins From Wisconsin f llmin i, Swrn Chlirfc as the Wolverine captain droppc i zs wamps%.ui cagu; of his…

… Illinois last week, but are vel also took defeats as his share still favored to win their second7 the meet. Winig and Powers, the major championship of the year er Wolverines on the trip, did when the final…

… conference opposition by the overwhelming total of 51 to 13. The Wolverines flashed real style and speed and held the lead for the en- tire meet. The 440-yard relay team of Mar- cus, Fenske, Klintworth and…

…-fifth seconds. in Intramural Sports Valentine and Meigs, Wolverines, captured the second and third The Intramural Sports building placehonors respectively to keep management recently issued a re- he Michigan…

February 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… University of Michigan swim- ming teamsmashed four National In- tercollegiate records, and two pool records to hand the Hawkeyes a 61 to 23 defeat here tonight. The Wolverines won first places in every one of…

… through with first places in both the 50 and 100 yard free style sprint events. He failed to set new marks in either event, however. The Wolverines started off the record breaking chain of events by…

February 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

…. Fullerton. Two goals, coming late in the final period with Michigan valiant- ly trying to protect a 1-0 lead, gave the Wolverine hockey team a 3-0 victory over Wisconsin last night in the wildest, wooliest…

… five Wisconsin players were constantly circling the Wolverine net, trying to break through to knot the count st a single goal apiece,I but between periods of play the combatants on both teams took time…

… from which to With these two victories over I build up a rormidable infield and Wisconsin and Minnesota put away fOR outfield. Although there are only in the Wolverines' favor, prospects I RNT 1 three…

… t o w i n just about the whole show, although over Purdue when the two teaiis he was given able support by every c ash at Lafayette tomorrow eight. other member of the Wolverines, The Boilermakers…

… and took a shot at the goal. TI. e break away may puck hit the stick of Goalie Chick upset the dope for, Frisch, and rebounded out on the the Wolverines. ___ playing surface, where Crossman Michigan h a…

February 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… the banquet, de-a tails for which are being pushed to I[N S NT1 comnpletion by four committees. E The number of committees has Wolverine Pucksters Miss Tries been reduced this year and a cen-j tralized…

… University members. 1 goal from the side of the rink. The Committee Chairmen Named. Wolverines evened matters two Other committee appointments minutes later as Tommy Courtis were annouinced by Monroe as f 1…

… Rosenberg, '30, and Wil- Minnesota carried the play dur-' liam Gentry, '31. ing the first two frames, keeping Entertainment committee: Geo. the puck in Wolverine territory: C. Tilley, '30, general chairman…

… benefit of experience n two meets this season, they are not expected to prove espixally langerous for the Wolverines. Chi- ,ago defeated Purdue 57 2-3 to 23 1-3 early this season, but last week he Maroons…

… Ramsey tre the other Maroon entries, vhile Campbell, Smith, and Mur- ay will represent the Wolverines. The 65 yard high hurdle race ;hould resolve into a duil between Iayden, Conference indoor chan- >ion…

February 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY io State Qnintet Downs Wolverines, Swimmers Win Ag ;a f4'- 4. .:' PRESS PASSES -By BUD BENJAMIN- Pro And Con.. . JACK BRENNAN, sans the frivolity of his ice carnival…

…- ment a year ago and Fish recently backed out when scheduled to meet the giant Wolverine in Lansing. Odds are 10 to 1 to show. Ryan Jinx Still Trails Watson At AAU Meet Natators Whip Northwestern Squad…

…, 53-31 Welsh Paces Wolverines To Victory With Wins In Both 220 And 440 (Continued from Page 1) between the Wildcat's Irv McCaffery and Michigan's Blake Thaxter for second place with McCaffery sgueez…

… encounters the University of Toronto Wednes- day night a the Coliseum. Not only did Minnesota's Golden Gophers leave a mark on Michigan but they forced the Wolverines to leave their mark on the sick list. Upon…

… Tobin and Fred Heddle. Wednesday night the Wolverines' will play one of the leading colle- giate hockey teams in the world. In the current season the University of Toronto has been leaving its mark on…

… race but still had enough to win by eight yards. Northwestern gained partial re- venge for the trouncing in the dual meet by whipping Michigan in water polo, 15-0. The Wolverines, who nev- er play the…

…-tailoring, of 376 ofces in 28 States Ground Floor Wolverine Building Phone 4000 T4 - 10th year in Ann Arbor - o { i R <. v ,20-203 S. Fourth Avenue FINANCE COMPANY R. W. horn, Manager \ I resinei SECOND…

February 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…). Varsity Tank Team Renews O.SU. Rivalry Buckeyes Out To Revenge Tie In Last Meet; Team Balance To Decide Tilt Tomski's Return Aids Wolverines By MEL FINEBEG COLUMBUS, O.-Special to The Daily-Michigan and…

… State has taken this meet seriously and hopes to make it a very happy afternoon by finishing in time for a supper of Wolverine meat. The Buckeyes are still seething over Ahe judge's decision which gave…

… Michi- gan a free-style relay victory and en- abled the Wolverines to eke out a 42- 42 tie. Inflamed by editorial com- ment in local papers, the Bucks are seeking revenge. Want Decisive Victory Balm for…

… the Wolverines so that Matt Mann can distribute his team power more strategically. It is team balance that will ulti- mately decide the meet. A majority of the first place winners can be de- termined…

… have not been beaten badly and this may be their night to cut loose. Certainly the Wolverines will not win on luck. Their luck has been all, bad thus far. Tonight they will be without the services of ace…

…- gan scoring leader, will head the Wolverine drive for victory number three. Harmon is sixth in Conference scoring at present with 64 points and By DICK SIEILK With the Illinois Relays acting as the…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

… i,' breaker Murman. ! ficersFor1TaiIewd the 12 mile:; of ice between 1he rescue shios and the scientistsj it I I all (ledfir O'. Visitors Prove Sirrise To Wolverines; England Plays Bang-Up Hockey…

… en combination proved too much for the Paris, Ont. hockey club and the Wolverines chalked up their ninth win by a 3-2 score. The game, played at the Coliseum last night, was witnessed by approximately…

Wolverine Tom Hay- nie after tiailing him for 200 yard, n the last 20 yards to win the 220 yard free style race in 2:13.6. Macionis put in a surprise appear- amce in the 200 yard breast stroke and again caine…

… from behind, this time to make up a ten yard deficit and beat out Wolverine Johnny Haigh. Captain Ed Kirar and Haynie proved to be the Michigan stars. Kirar took the century race in 0:52.8, fast time…

February 21, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

… Meet igib ility g Bt tit ': Injury And Ineligibility Crack Team; Wolverines Should Take 4 Firsts A badly crippled Michigan track team, rated as the best in the Mid- West until hit by eligibility…

… rulings, will be host to Michigan State at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the first dual meet of the 1936 season. The Wolverines have not only suf- fered through scholastic rulings dur- ing the past week but…

…-man squad to invade Iowa Medley Record Is Athletics officially declared five mem- Beaten By Manitoba ity for the Wolverine basketball bers of the former and two of the Baaten BylManitoba am's ninth Big Ten…

Wolverines, thus the arsiys, h e aed Jt Cagai ready to go places in the bac- s y ugh for the season while the showing Michigan to be a better of- y the Varsity in the first game Jan- stroke events this season…

… dropped to Sherf, Jewell, Inc., last season. Eddie Low- rey says differently however, and pro- phesies a win for the Wolverines to- night. Only the final score can tell the story. ..... :... ... STROH…

February 19, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY )m the RESS BOX John Thomas Wolverines Sweep Hockey Series, Beat Wisconsin2 v Long John Schmieler Secret Vigl Kentucky Derby Mustang Turner * * * LONG JOHN SCHMIELER is quite…

… Seconds To Play To Win For Michigan Goal Keepers Star Wolverines Get Second Place In Conference With Two Victories By ALBERT H. NEWMAN Scoring a final goal with but 30 seconds to play in one of the closest…

February 21, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… possession of the Clements library, WRESTLERS DEFEAT WESTIRGINIA,22B Wolverines Win Eastern Match in Two Falls and Four Time Advantages. (Special ta The Daily) MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Feb. 20.- Michigan's varsity…

… wrestling team administered a decisive deat to West Virginia's grapplers here to- night by a score of 22 to 6. Two falls and four time advantage bouts gave the Wolverines their safe margin of victory over the…

… and fifty-threee ec- onds. Thomas of the Wolverine team wrestling in the 135-pound class, scored the other fall over O'Farrell at the end of six minutes and nine seconds. Summary: 118 - Pound Class…

… improved. Cardinal team took the ice last nigh the Wolverines at bay most of the game. Goalie Silvia aside 29 shots while Captain Tompkins, in addition to ke net clear of all shots, kept his team -at top…

…, speaking for herself and her friend, Hanako Hoshino, '32, also of Tokio. I -.-.....a Chicago . 0 Ing was largely instrunm spoiling the Wolverine dr the floor. Norm Daniels and forward on the Micig was the…

… Gives Wolverines Conference SI of 500; Cardinals Show Improvem Over Previous Contest. III By John William Thomas By shutting-out the Badgers last night,' the Wisconsin hockey series and brought up…

February 27, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

Wolverines will I Gophers may be recruited from Bill throw their full strength into the Holliday and George Carlson at the game tonight when they meet the defense posts, George Todd at cen- Minnesota puckmen…

… Maize and Blue Wolverine squad, barring injuries have already taken a brace of de- or other unforseen difficulties,' cision's from the Gopher sextet, should be ready for service again there is no…

… sion the Wolverines will depend on this series, as all indications are Dougovito or Stoddard and in the that the Minnesota team will have o.eavitotddrd and in he more substitutes upon which to de…

…- heavyweight bout either Auer or pend when the regulars become Stoddard will take the ring.1 tired. The entire Wolverine team, Stoddard is still suffering fromc however, is in good condition, and an attack of…

Wolverine Entries to Win First and Second Honors Tomorrow. Major honors in the shot put (xemv-, will hp b 7'^1.. r l -.A. 'Rn GYMNASTSEMB itram ON EXTENDED TRIPiL West's Men Will Meet Chicago, HANDBALL…

February 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

… Spartans of Michigan State tonight at Yost Field House in their second home appearance of the year. The Wolverines turned in a 32 to 0 victory over the Spartans last year, but they do not hope to repeat…

… Oklahoma boy who is perhaps the speediest wrestler, on the Wolverine squad. Combs was ineligible last semester but is primed for this meet as the result of regular practice ses- sions with the squad. He will…

… has the habit of winning games with scores larger than the one Michigan made against the under- sized Woodstock team. Wolverine hopes for a victory will rest on the ability of their opening forward line…

… Ralph Schwarzkopf, who is not entered in the special 1500-meter event, will run the anchor leg of one mile. Indiana just nosed out Michigan last year in this race in world record time. The Wolverine two…

February 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

… veteran divers in Jim Patterson and Harry Kallman, and the Wolverine quartet of Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld, Ned Dief- endorf, Ben Grady and Der John- ston is in for a troublesome session. Admission will be 25…

… in the return game of the season. In their first meeting the Michigan team defeated Iowa 31 to 27 in an overtime. As in past games, the Wolverines will have a great height advantage over the Hawkeye…

…'s tilt at Urbana will be the Wolverines' first game with Illinois this season. The return game with the Indians is scheduled for March 2nd. After a slow start the Illinois outfit has picked up speed and is…

Wolverines inactionA7Yost3Fie0 of having lost only one dual meet M na nih inthey pYoeW s t Field House in the last eight years. So far this Sthen opofne ahgtonsfLer1season the Leemen have registered…

February 17, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 94) • Page Image 7

… student coupon books. The Wolverine swimmers will leave on Thursday for Madison Where they will, encounter Wiscon- sin on Friday in the first Confer- ence meet of the year. On Satur- day Minnesota will play…

… Boardman will likely uphold the to crack. Dues and Neiman, who Wolverine side, while Wining and performed in the shot put, are Powers will undoubtedly see service bound to chalk up some tallies, as with the…

February 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… Kelley was clocked in :8.2 and Ged- 1. Cen. Malin Craig, Army Chief also be Issued to facuty members u- eon's was :9.1. Staff, testified that the Douglas' light on application at Lane Hall. The Wolverine

… Karl Wisner and Jack Dobson picked of the Douglas bomber came in "a must obtain tickets at Lane Hall. up the" other Wolverine first in the little different" classification, en- Tickets will also be sold…

… Lounsbury, Harmon1 brought 'the Wolverines up again with a long bucket from the center of the floor. A second later Harmon again scored when he stole the ball from Chet Murphy and dribbled in for a set…

… at the end of last semester, the Wolverines were all but invincible as they won seven out of eight matches in truly con- vincing fashion. They took the lead at the very start when 121-pounder Tom…

February 20, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… Nazis the Buckeyes had too much power for erected behind Hitler's rostrum in critical questions rmained a secret. .Essay Awards the Wolverine swimmers. Even Cap- thbut the subject of endless speculation…

… of rains.s McNUTT OPPOSES WITHDRAWAL Wolverines Suffer Fourth Loss In Five Conference Starts; 6 Ties li Game .Townsenid Is High Scorer With .14 By BUD BENJAMIN Michigan's lingering hopes for its first…

… Big Ten basketball title since '29 were convincingly buried in the Yost Field House last night, when a scrappy and alert Minnesota quintet handed the Wolverines their fourth Conference defeat in five…

… inaccuracy from the forecourt once more gave the opposition an opportunity to gang up in the back and clog the offensive lanes. The Wolverines had previously beaten the Gophers 31 to 16 in a game, Jan, 16, at…

…. Maki's four baskets kept the visitors in the thick of the fight, while Town- send's pivot shot and tip-in along with his three fouls helped put the Wolverines on par at 16 all at half time. Jim Rae…

…, lanky Wolverine center, opened the second period with an overhand flip from inside, but Maki's fourth long tied it up again at 18 points. Dick whirled prettily in the foul circle for two more Ghoper…

February 17, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…{ At Finish Hockey Six Drops RoughGame, 3-2 Michigan Tech Hands Out Defeat To Wolverines In Second Games of Series (Special to The Daily) (Complete Box Score On Page 3) IOWA CITY, Feb. 16.-- (/) -Three…

… baskets caged in the waning minutes of play enabled Michigan's basketball team to eke out a 29-27 win over the strong Iowa quintet here tonight. It was the Wolverine's second Confer- ence victory of the…

…-17 lead on the wilting Michigan five. Soon after re- placing Al Plummer, midway in the second half, Dick Joslin tipped in two difficult one handed shots, to bring the Wolverines within four points of the…

… baskets by Meyers and Evans but the half ended with the Wolverines lead- ing by only one point. Tamagno, who went in for Gee at center, after the latter was held scoreless, handled the pivot post well, and…

… Michigan looked like a greatly improved team. Barko and Rosenthal, leading Big Ten scorers, starred for the losers, scoring 16 points between them. The Wolverines left for Evanston tonight, where they will…

… hard checking being featured by both sextets. Latimer again tallied in the final frame, with Heyliger getting another for the Wolverines, who swarmed in on Maki, but all other offerings were turned aside…

February 27, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… To Be Teams' Second Encounter; Two Men Will Make Their Last Road Trip. TO PLAY AT IOWA CITY Wolverines Will Fight Hard to Equal Last Season's Mark of 8 Victories. fy Sheldon C. Fullerton For the last…

… record of last season, when it won eight vic- toris against four defeats, the Wolverine basketeers will be forced to overthrow the Hawkeyes tonight to realize their ambitions. Since the two reverses…

… of the second semester. For half of the first period in that game the Hawk- eyes held the Wolverines on even terms, but a swift and accurate assault on the basket by the Maize and Blue sharp…

… the first period, but goalie Tompson made several sensational stops to push asi4e 34 shots while Tompkins was called on to save only 16. The Wolverines kept up a barrage of shots in the first two…

… Marquette team. Michigan Line Holds. In the third session Marquette started a series of drives at the Wolverine cage to score just once in an effort to tie the score. The little-substituted front line of Reid…

Wolverines in the later stages of the contest. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.-(1P)-In an effort to plug loopholes in fed- eral criminal procedure and to close breaches in the bankruptcy laws, President Hoover anounced…

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