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February 23, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 23, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Gophers Bury Wolverine F 'COLORADO COOPERATES: ive Playoff Berth in Sight…

… for Pucksters Cagers Fall During Last Period Rally Barron Counters 21 Points for 'M' (Continued from Page 1) Jump shot and the Wolverines moved to an 18-17 lead. From then on Michigan's lead - wavered…

… between one and eight points until that important field goal by Kalafat. Besides Eaddy and Barron, John Codwell, Tom Jorgensen,' and Groffsky all fared well for the Wolverines. Codwell cid a fine job off…

… Canham made no ex- cuses for his Wolverine thinclads as he discussed Saturday's dual meet in which. Michigan's bid to upset the mighty Illini fell just short when Illinois scored a sur- prise victory in…

… in the individual perform- ances of his star-studded four- some. The Wolverine coach felt that, except for the performance of anchorman Grant Scruggs, who ran a sparkling :47.9 quarter in his losing…

… to form of the indoor mile titlist John Ross, who had been disappointing in every previous meet. The Wolverine senior won the mile in 4:13.9, even though not pushed, and then came back to run an…

… with Michigan State last Friday and Saturday's 3-2 victory, coupled with twin defeats of North Dakota by Colorado College, has put the Wolverine sextet in a position where only a tie game with Min…

February 14, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… Laurels in One, Two Mile Relays IKOLA STARS IN WOLVERINE NETS: Mullen, Chin Lead Maize and Blue Hockey Victory By AL EISENBERG Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - Michigan's tracksters could cop only two…

… by Wolverine coach Don Canham that Spartan mentor Karl Schlademan "went against his word" by not entering a strong team in the distance medley relay. Canham claimed that he and Schlademan had a…

… races possible rather than spread the. talent among the various events. As it was the Wolverines were left holding the bag as the San- tee-sparked Jayhawk outfit ran away from Michigan in the dis- tance…

… medley, while Schlademan packed his top men into the two- mile and sprint relays with the excuse that his team should "look good" before the home folks. The tables were turned, how- ever, when a Wolverine

Wolverines to date, added his 23rd and 24th goals of the campaign as he continued his display of out- standing stick-handling. After retiring to the dressing. room shortly before the end of the second period…

… opened as he banged home line- mate Clare Smith's direct pass- out from a face-off deep in the Wolverine end. Smith set up the second tally less than two min- utes later as he fed Ed Ribson a perfect goal…

February 11, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1958 Minsoa $i n Overwhelms Cagers, (Continued from Page 1) and pulled to a comfortable 45-30 lead at the half. The only thing that kept the Wolverines in the game in the…

… last part of the first half was their phenomenal foul shooting as they sank 10 out of 11 attempts. The Wolverine's continued their frigid shooting in the early min- utes of the second half. Michi- gan…

…'s lead from 17 to 4 points, 59-55. Then as in the first half, Michi- gan's shooting cooled suddenly. The Gophers then scored 15 points to the Wolverines' three points to put the game on ice. Coach Bill…

Wolverines' brief 80-69 comeback drive. He grabbed sev- eral rebounds and made some fine defensive plays. Michigan expected to have trouble under the boards against Minnesota but did fairly well. The…

Wolverines had 96 shots against the Gophers 70, but they did not make use of their shots. It was proved again last night that the only certain thing in the Big Ten is that the home team almost always wins. On…

… KLINE ... Wolverine nemesis BIG TEN STANDINGS W L Pct. Michigan State 5 3 .625 Indiana 5 3 .625 MICHIGAN - 4 3 .571 Purdue 5 4 .556 Ohio State 5 5 .500 Iowa 4 4 .500 Northwestern 4 5 .444 Minnesota 4 5…

… competition in the two-mile relay, and helped the Wolverines defeat the Spartans in 3:22.2 for fifth place in the mile relay. By AL SINAI "We're better now than at any other time this ,year, but it's too late…

Wolverines inability to get started, on twi goals in the first period, by Myron Grafstrom, and defense- men Herb Brooks. These. goals proved the margin of difference as each team tallied two goals in the final…

… with Michigan State by scoring three quick goals 'in the third period of Saturday's game which the Wolverines won, 4-2. Murray Williamson and Mike Pearson scored for Minnesota while Neil McDonald scored…

… an insurance goal with only 20 sec- onds remaining in the game. Morale High Despite the fact the Wolverines have failed to make the hockey playoffs for the first time in 11 years; Renfrew describes the…

February 09, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

…. In the rebounding department Michigan swamped Illinois. The Wolverines had a height advan- M tage at almost every position, and grabbed away 71 rebounds to the Illini's 46. t Lee- was again top man, as…

Wolverines often got as many as five shots at the basket before the Illini could break up the scoring threat. The Wolverines were able to get many tip-ins, and the forward line of Lee, Burton and Tillotson…

… front of the hard Wolverine charge. J The "M" cagers counted almost half of their points on drive-in layups, while the Illini were forced to shoot from the outside. Accur- acy on jump shots on the part of…

… John Paul, Don Ohl and Govonor Vaughn was all that kept Illinois in the game during the second half. Team Effort All of the Wolverine players added much to the team effort, although some stood out above…

… that he shot only when he was open, and made most of them. The Illinois team went into a full press near the end of the game, but the Wolverines easily passed through it, and Wright got two quick layups…

… Morris, the only other double winner of the flight was the Wolverines' Cy Hopkins. Hopkins finished first in both the 200-yd. individual and the 200-yd. breast- stroke with the respective clock- ings of 2…

February 14, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY _I M' Wrestlers Defeat Hawke s, 15-9 Nelson's EigIhth Straight, Win Sparks Wolverines j WOLVERINE ROUNDUP: Track Trio Steals Vacation Spotlight Michigan's wrestlers…

… straight, without a defeat. Nelson piled up points in every period to win the match, almost recording a pin in the final stanza. Other Wolverine triumphs were registered by Dave Space, Captain Jim Smith…

… meets. SMITH, WOLVERINE captain and conference runner-up, won a 4-1 decision from Iowa's George Tesla in'a 145 pound attraction, when he was awarded two riding time points in the final period. Bill Stapp…

…, another outstand- ing Wolverine sophomore, took his 155 pound bout from Miles Bonda, 4-3, again via riding time points, picked up in a fiercely fought third period. Bud Holcomb continued his suc- cessful…

… last period to gain the win. Wrestling at 175, Wolverine Conference champ Jack Powers was routed by Joe Scarpello ano- ther Conference titleholder, 8-2, in a one-sided bout. The heavyweight bout was also…

… Ed Ul- vestad combined to take top play away from a stunning upset of Navy by the Wolverine wrestlers and a history-making loss to Michigan State's powerful swim- mers. McEWEN, THE sophomore whiz who…

… the 40- plus men McEwen has faced so far have escaped the ignominy of being lapped by the Wolverine sophomore. * * * FONVILLE, returning to action after a year's lay-off necessitated by a back operation…

… only one of its previous 63 starts. The meet was featured by Wolverine Bud Holcombe's victory over the pre- viously undefeated Arch Thomp- son in the 165-pound class. Mich- igan sophomore Larry Nelson…

… scor- ed the only pin of the meet in the 128-lb. division to remain unde- feated. Two days later the Wolverines, suffering from a letdown, traveled to Michigan State and were thrown for an 18-6 loss in a…

…, toured the 200-yd. breastroke in 2:19.9 to provide a bright spot in the Wolverine picture. * * * IT WAS THE faest time turn- ed in by a Michigan breastroker in two years. Davies became eligible at the end…

February 28, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…TOTE MICHIGAN D}AILY osU Ca'ge rs Tura' Back Tenacious Wolverines * * * * Michigan Victory Bid Fails As VanderKuy Registers 19 (Continued from Page 1) point. for high scoring honors as he…

…, with the Illini given the edge. * * * THERE IS however, some dif- ference between dual meet and Championship competition which warrants further attention. The Wolverines were taught two weeks ago that…

… the events. 25 of 82 shots to maintain a shoot- ing average of over 32% for the Season. VanderKuy, playing perhaps his best game of the season, led the Wolverine pointgetters with a 19 point entry and…

… a full game per- former. CAPTAIN Mack Suprunowicz was handicapped by a leg injury received in the Northwestern game Saturday and saw only limited action. Operating with a zone defense, the Wolverines

… halftime rest the Wolverines continued to press the Buckeyes and tied the score several times until the ,victors launched their final scoring surge. Schnittker netted ten points in the Buckeye splurge in the…

… last ten minutes. Fred Taylor who kept the Ohio Staters in the game in the early minutes with his set shots against the Wolverine zone was second in the scoring column for the Bucs with 16 points while…

… Burkholder contributed ten. The setback was Michigan's eighth in 11 conference starts and drops them into a cellar tie' with Purdue. The Wolverines face the Boilermakers here Saturday night in the final…

February 06, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 86) • Page Image 11

… UARY 6, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Swimmers r Trounce Purdue Squad i>- I By CARL RISEMAN Purdue's undermanned swim team opposed Michigan in the Wolverine's only swim meet during the final…

… that saw few of its regular point-getters swimming.t Threaten Record Michigan concentrated its ef- forts on setting a new NCAA mark in the 400-yd. medley relay. The Wolverine quartet, composed of Dick…

… [iey overpowered Purdue, 23-7, nd were even tougher Saturday t Northwestern as they over- helmed the Wildcats, 25-3. Previously the Wolverines had alen to Pittsburgh in a non- eague match, and had been…

… of them ,re gaining the experience they lave needed, and should continue o improve," Keen said. Several of the Wolverines were double-winners in the Purdue and Northwestern meets. Max Pearson at 137…

… champion, It edged the Wolverines 55-54 in last winter's champion- ships. Iowa State, although not a mem- ber of the Big Ten, is one of the strongest wrestling schools in the country. It was third in last…

February 28, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

… yesterday aft- ernoon at Yost Field House. The Wolverines' 103%/2 points could have won for them two such track meets as Michigan Normal placed a distant second with 30 1/2 points, while the Buckeyes fin…

…'s time was :8.2. Teammates Jack Dooley and Jack Carroll's 1:13.9 in the 600- yard run brought another first place to the Wolverines. The time was only 1.2 seconds off Scrugg's fjeldhouse mark of 1…

… piling up a 5-1 mar- gin in the first two periods. The big break for Michigan came near the end of the second period when the Wolverine puck- men scored four times within two minutes, three of the four…

… Mayasich, Dick4 Daugherty, and Gene Campbell! goes to Wolverine defenseman Haas, Neil Buchanan, and Burt Dunn, who completely baffled the highly touted Gophers. r Daugherty and Mayasich were! limited to a…

… goal apiece Friday# night and one of the three figured in either Minnesota goal yester- day. The Wolverines willttune uphfor the NCAA playoffs to be held March 11, 12, and 13 at Colorado Springs by…

February 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1958 'M' Matmen Face Swim Trio Lost Rough Weekend By Ineligibility By AL JONES It's showdown time for the Michigan wrestling team. The Wolverine grapplers…

… stronger than Purdue and Northwestern, the teams that the Wolverines trampled last Fri- day and Saturday to begin their present win streak. Previous to that time Keen's squad had been winless in dual…

… last week by Iowa, 16-9. The last time that the Gophers and Wolverines met was in last spring's Conference meet, when Minnesota edged past Michigan, 55-54, to gain the title. Since that time both squads…

… third with a 3.6 mark. gan since it beat Michigan State games with Minnesota are Min- Wolverine coach Al Renfrew has January 15 at the Coliseum. neapolis will decide whether the nothing but praise for Mc…

…Cartan Renfrew will have to' receive Wolverines or the Gophers are still who he described as "the best good performances from his first in the race for a WIHL playoff goalie in the league and practically line of…

February 27, 1955 • Page Image 3

… span from 1927-48, the Wolverines splashed to 16 conference titles, all under the tutelage of Matt Mann, who retired at the close of last season. Back in the thirties, the Wol- verine powe…

… to this very day. Six years is a long time to wait, but maybp Saturday the Wolverine will reign supreme once again. TURNING to track, Michigan has not won an indoor cinder title since 1945, and from…

… with Ohio State, have left the Wolverines as bridesmaids for nine successive years, But the last Michigan indoor title in 1945 was one never to be forgotten. Over 18,000 screaming fans jammed the mammoth…

… conference history. In the one mile run, five straight Wolverines crossed the finish line in a row -an unparalleled occurrence. The Illini went on to win seven titles to Michigan's two, but Dohert's 25 man…

… squad piled up points in the runner-up and third positions. When the dust had cleared, 18 Wolverines had garnered points, 14 had produced their best efforts of the season, and Michigan had beaten Illinois…

February 18, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… up. Against Michigan State Satur- day night Wolverine sharpshooters' tattered the nets for 91 points, two short of its season's high, and good enough to win most games. State Sets Record But State…

… aggregation. The Wolverines' defensive inept- ness was placed in the spotlight once more against Iowa Monday night when they squeaked by with a last-minute 90-86 win.. In both games Michigan suf- fered most at…

… got loose as much: as he did for all those tipins." Gentry got 20 points against the Wolverines, almost all of them-the result of converted rebounds. All wasn't gloom with the cage, mentor, though. He…

… Monday's game that the Wolverines won, 90-86. MICHIGAN'S TRACK HOPES: Relay Teams Feature Usual Strength (This- 3s the concluding part of a series discussing Michigan's track. team. Today's article…

… presents the Wolverine relay hopes.)' By JIM BENAGH Michigan has always put to- gether strong relay teams and it hasn't taken long this season to see that.another "normal" year is in progress. In three meets…

… to date - the Michigan AAU, Michigan State Relays and a triangular contest- the Wolverines boast five first places and four seconds in 10 relay starts. And from the looks of the 1959 schedule, there…

February 24, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…mU1NJf.X, IE1iRUA4t 9 "5" .THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Wolverine Icers Slip Past McKennell Scores Two; Chin Nets Third Marker 0, * * * By BOB LANDOWNE A flashy forward in John Mc-. Kennell…

Wolverines, one each in the first and second periods. He thereby racked up five goals in the week- end series against the Montreal team. For the first two periods of play it seemed that Ikola would match his…

… nets at 5:21 of the final stanza. * * * THE MCGILL goal made the score 2-1 at the moment, but the Wolverines regained their two goal lead just a minute later. George Chin tallied from up close for…

… teams. Four games still remain on the Wolverine puck schedule. * * * MCKENNELL stole the show in the first two periods and tried des- perately throughout the third per- iod to turn the "hat trick" for the…

… stickhandling JOHN McKENNELL * * * the puck past MGill goalie Bob McLellan. * * * IN THE SECOND period Mc- Kennell made it 2-0 Michigan. Wolverine defenseman Alex Mc- Clellen had shoved the puck through the Mc…

…), five minutes. Illinois Deals Gym Squad First Defeat Two Illinois juniors spelled de- feat for the Wolverine gymnastics team yesterday at Illinois as Mich- igan succumbed to the Illini, 621/- 331/2. Bob…

February 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… total set four years ago. The Wolverines jumped off to an early lead, but, the home team went ahead a few seconds before the end of the first quar- ter. Michigan seemed to be in the contest until halftime…

… from the Big Ten cellar and threaten three teams for leadership of the second division. But the Wolverine hopes were weakened by the loss of freshmen Bob Jewell, Ralph Kauffman and Dick Powless. The trio…

… was de- clared ineligible for second semes- ter play due to scholastic difficul- ties. THE WOLVERINES s c o r e d their most decisive victory by trouncing Michigan State, 50-36, in a thrill…

… two-point win from the Wildcats. Paced by Chicago forward Larry Dellefield, Northwestern held off a last-minute Maize and Blue rally to top the Wolverines, 59-57. Following deadlocks of 19-19 at the…

… quarter and 33-33 at the half, Northwestern took a 54-40 lead with four minutes left in the third stanza and held the Wolverines at bay the rest of the way. Michigan overcame a 13-point Northwestern…

… ineligibility FOURTH STRAIGHT: Wolverine Matmen Beat Iowa; Take Six Matches .4. CLASS OF '52 WELL-PAID JOBS FOR ENGI 'NEERS AT LINK AVIATION! Engineering majors -there's a fine career for you at LINK AVIATION…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… identical' scores of 82-30 yesterday to ex-' tend their unbeaten streak to eight. The Wolverines, who looked impressive in walloping Michigan State, 732-382, last week, looked even better yesterday, as they…

… be building up for a peak that they hope to reach this Friday. Gompf Excels The visitors managed only one first against the Wolverines. This came in the trampoline event where Tom Gompf of Ohio State…

… Yost Field House. . Wolverine matmen won only7 two of the eight bouts and drew in another in a meet character- ized by lethargy and missed chances. Coach Cliff Keen was content to let the results speak…

…." The Wolverines' record is now 5-4, but Michigan has a reputa- tion in recent years of perform- ing better in the Big Ten meet than the dual-meet record would have indicated. Michigan State jumped head…

…- long into the title race by nosing out Minnesota Friday night, at East Lansing. Johnson said his team was not at its best Friday, and was somewhat sharper against the Wolverines. Wolverines Flat At any…

… rate, there was little doubt yesterday that Michigan was flat. Several Wolverines let opportunities for takedowns or falls slip by. Others had several good chances for getting out from underneath, but…

…) was one of two Wolverine matmen to post individual victories yesterday as he topped 157-lb. Harry Schlieff, 8-1. Gymnast Rich Montpetit (left) picked up a second in still rings, plus two other seconds…

Wolverines board- ed a plane early yesterday morning -for the Madison campus. Although the locale changed, the complexion of the meet was no different than that at MSU. Wisconsin couldn't cope with the great…

…. Maten (M); 2. Wisc.; 3. Ware (M). Time - 2:29. 440-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY --. 1. Michigan (Tashnick, Hopkins, Mor- breaststroke was also indicative of the Wolverines' overall team depth. The trimly…

… previously undefeated Frank Legacki by a foot to win the 60-yd. freestyle. Carl Woolley made amends in the 100-yd. freestyle to upset the Wis- consin star. Joe Gerlach was the Wolverines' sole representative…

February 14, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

…six THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1954 mi.". SU Hands M' Cagers Sixth B'* g Ten Loss, 97-77 . KAUL, NALAN, HANEY WIN: Wolverine Matmen Edge Iowa, 15-14 'By KEN COPP With former…

Wolverine wrest- ling stars looking on, the Michi- gan wrestlers edged a rugged Iowar squad by a score or 1-14 yester- day afternoon in Yost Field House. The meet was one of the most┬░ exciting in Michigan…

…Caf- free. THE WOLVERINES reserved their greatest effort for the final event, the 400-yard freestyle re- lay. Sprint stars Ron Gora, Tom Benner, Jack Wardrop, and Don Hill raced to a new college record of 3…

… Wardrop by six feet. The Wardrop twins lived up to advance notices as they had a hand in four Wolverine victories and two seconds. In addition to his part on the record-breaking relay team, Jack won the…

… farther behind had it not been for the sensational jump shots of Tom Jorgenson. Hitting on his unorthodox fallaway jump shot Jorgenson led all Wolverine scorers with 21 points: Factors which contributedto…

… the Wolverine defeat were slop- py passes and amazing foul shooting byaOhio State. Jim Barron and Don Eaddy contin- ually had trouble bringing the ball up the court. Many out-of- bound passes were…

… intercepted by the Buckeyes for easy layups. The Scarlet and Gray dumped in only three more field goals than the Wolverines but found the range at the charity line for an ex- cellent 29 of 36. However, the only…

February 09, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…, playing his first game for the Wolverines, managed to pick up ten minutes in penalties and was in .the box during the first two Denver goals. Buchanan, how- ever, played a strong defensive' game and will be…

… in the middle stanza the Wolverines broke the game -wide open when Denver center Jack Smith was penalized for slashing. ** * . WITHIN SIX minutes, the red light blinked five times after Mich- igan…

… the tight Iowa de- fense and took most of its shots from outside. The winners block-' ed many Wolverine shot's and stole numerous passes. Along with Jorgensen, John Codwell stood out in a losing cause…

… HANLEY GURWIN Following the pattern that has prevailed for the past few sea- sons, the beginning of the second semester finds the Wolverine hockey team fighting desperately to earn a playoff spot in the…

Wolverines have nine including the two from last night's win over Denver. Due to the confusing scoring system which awards different point values to the contests de- pending on the number of times the teams…

… return to Colorado Springs. Re- maining on the Gopher schedule are four one point games with Michigan Tech, two two-point games with Denver, and a pair of one-pointers here in Ann Arbor with the Wolverines

February 14, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… , s feet Looms Big Hurdle or Wolverine Wrestlers 1r Revised Loren Charges Encounter Visiting Illini 'I By JOHN KOVAL Riding the crest of a four game winning streak, the Wolverine wrestlers play…

WOLVERINES will make excellent use of the talents of new- ly eligible freestyler Ron Gora. The former Lane Tech High of Chicago sensation can go in either the 50, 100 or 220 races and will free the versatile…

… compara- tive strength of the two squads that are expected to fight it out for the conference crown. ONE OF THE finest matches of the entire conference campaign is in prospect when.the Wolverines' Andy Kaul…

… awesome array of talent Wolverine Coach Keen has decided to stick to the same men who have shown progressive im- provement throughout the cur- rent campaign and who last week defeated a powerful aggregation…

… scheduled for 8 p.m. * * * COACH NEWT Loken has been forced to revamp his line-up with, the ineligibility of Lee Krumbholz and Harry Luchs, both leading scorers for the Wolverines. Illinois Coach Charlie Pond…

February 08, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… TOMORROW: 'M' Gymnasts To Meet U I By AL JONES This is the big day for coach Newt Loken and his Wolverine gymnasts. . Tonight it will be their privilege to play host to the reigning Big Ten and NCAA…

… championship for the past seven seasons, and added the national title last winter. Nevertheless, the Wolverines don't have the usual dread of the 4 fighting Illini. Actually, it is Michigan which has the…

…-around event. Looming as a second challenge; is pa 4 p.m. meet with Indiana to- morrow afternoon. Exhausted as the Wolverines may be after Il- linois, they will have to be on their toes again. Indiana is no…

… pushover in Big Ten gym circles, having defeated Northwestern and Minnesota in much the same man- ner as Michigan did. The Wolverines are all in top shape according to Loken, except for the two co…

February 10, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…. There is some solace to be had in the fact that this year's edition of the Wolverine cagers still is ahead of last season's record. At this time in 1952, the Maize and Blue had a five won, nine lost mark…

… less in the form of consolation, the improvement shown by some of the Wolverine reserves in the past few games is tangible evidence of better things to come. John Codwell has been playing the type of…

… second suc*I cessive year. The Wolverines easily conquer- ed Northwestern, Hofstra and Syracuse, were upset by a greatly improved Purdue squad, and whipped a. previously undefeated Pittsburgh team. Coach…

Wolverines picked up two five pointers in the meet. "Pepper" Holt pinned Jerry Remienin 1:48 and O'Shaughnessy won on a for- feit. THE GRAPPLERS then headed east where they had little trouble in disposing of…

… days ago the Wolverines defeated a rugged Pittsburgh squad-a team which last year finished ninth in the national col- legiate championships, and the only team which was able to de- feat last year…

… second goal less than thirty secondseafter the opening of the second period. THE WOLVERINES continued to press the attack during most of the middle session but they were finally dented by the Denver sextet…

February 12, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY estling Schedule Starts Getting Tough uin for Wolverines in Future Meets Co-Captain Rivalry Feature( In 'M'-MSU Basketball Gam By DAVE LYON ginning this Saturday, the dule…

… starts getting tough again Michigan's wrestling team. aving expended relatively little t in their last three meets nst Northwestern, Purdfie, and ois, the Wolverine matmen have to contend with Iowa, nesota…

… is only as good as its indi- vidual members, so a consideration of individuals is in order. Mike Hoyles, Wolverine junior, is one of the Conference's best at 123 pounds. How he stands in rela- tion to…

… competition from Iowa's once-beaten John Kelly in trying to extend his string of three straight victories. Michi- gan's principal weak spot'is at 137, where the Wolverines are still looking for their first…

… interested in getting Michigan back in the chase in order to win their first crown in their three years. The Wolverine pair, two of the most heralded prepsters ever to come out of state, aided Michigan's fifth…

… place finish in 1956-57-the high- est standing Coach Bill Perigo has had at Ann Arbor. The Wolverine seniors are re- membering the 79-69 defeat hand- ed them by State last year, while the Spartan duo…

February 20, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

…___THE MICHIGAN DAILY kfichigan Seeks Revyenge; 1ooking for Two Wins in Away Contests Mariners To Face MSU, 0 NCAA Titlists To Clash 11 I By MIKE GILLMAN Wolverine coach, Al Renfrew, will…

… take his hockey team to Houghton, Michigan, tonight for a weeken1d twin bill. The Michigan squad will be in hopes that Michigan Tech will prove to be as hospitable hosts as the Wolverines showed…

… as the Wolverines have won only one of the .eight games played since that weekend. Both teams will be looking to get back on the win trail. Michi- gan..droppedtwo toMinnesota last week and Tech tied…

… one and lost one in a series with Colorado Col-' .lege. The victory-starved Wolverines; have an extra incentive to take at least one of the games as cap- tain Bobbie Watt will be remem,- bering the in…

… STEINBERG Swim coach Gus Stager and his band of mariners will battle Mich- igan State in a Conference meet tonight at East Lansing. The Wolverines, who have re- mained undefeated in more than two years, are…

… 200-yd. breaststroke. His amazing times of 1:05.0 and 2:23.4 are- a few tenths of a second better than Wolverine Cy Hopkins who's best 'in the 200- yd. is 2:23.7. The odds are favor- able for a new…

February 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

… - By JEFF WEISS A cold shooting touch from the floor accounted for Michigan's 80- 69 loss to Minnesota Monday night. The Wolverines made only 27 of 96 shots from the floor for a poor 29 percent shooting…

… is not the case. "Doing my routine the best I can do is the thing utmost in my mind," said Ed Gagnier, Michigan captain. "The only fear I have is that I will not do my best." Chuck ,Clarkson, Wolverine

… 19 points. He hit on 8 of 14 from the floor, and 3 of 4 foul shots to give him the best effort this season. This. year Lewis' play-making has helped make the Wolverines a title contender. Although a…

… Hockey League enters the last month of its short and unsuccessful existence, the outcome of the championship race remains in doubt. Since the Wolverines have al- ready been mathematically elim- inated from…

… title contention, the remainder of the season should serve as an indication of Michigan h o p e s for the forth-coming season. Wolverine championship hopes looked dim as early as Christmas vacation. The…

… inexperienced puck- men were faced with six games totaling half of a possible 24 points before the turn of the New Year. This was the turning point of the season as the Wolverines were able to pick up only four…

…, "This was the Wolverines' low point of the season." Although it came too late, the Wolverines hit their high point of the season Saturday night when they scored four goals in the last period to defeat…

February 13, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… r SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1954 THE 'MICHIGAN IOAII Y rAGE THREF. ~' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1954 lIFE MICHIGIN liurY " : 11 } ii A. 1 l i G C u liiclcdsSet for "'Sc Relays Wolverines Face…

… mid-year road trip when it meets a strong Minnesota team tonight at 9:00 in the main gym of the Sports Building. After winning a pair of home contests, the Wolverines were the victims of two upsets…

… will be partly compensated by the eligibil- ity of Frank Adams and Anthony San Antonio. Loken feels that Adams and San Antonio will add strategic depth to the Wolverine squad. Adams has shown champion…

…- ship potential in several exhibi- tions earlier in the season. San Antonio has also performed well in exhibitions and has looked especially good on the side horse, a Wolverine weak spot. Loken plans to…

… State, Iowa and Purdue. Matt Mann's Wolverines havej taken twelve straight in the past two seasons, four of them this year. Victimized by Mann's 1954 en-, tourage have been Oklahoma, Northwestern, Iowa…

… Relays, Coach Don Canham is taking a band of 36 Wolverines to East Lan- sing where they will compete in a field including full squads from such cinder powers as Kansas, Illi- nois, Notre Dame, Ohio State…

… in- door mile champ. The mile relay, in which Can- ham will enter Pete Sutton, Ross McNab, Scruggs, and conference 440 titlist Jack Carroll promises to develop into a dual between the Wolverines and…

February 18, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…AY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952 T"H E MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Wolverines Eke Out One-Point Win over Wis consim # * *# # HOPES STILL ALIVE: Sextet's Future Hinges on North Dakota n a * * r By BOB…

… LANDOWNE The, Wolverine hockey team will have its eyes keenly peeled toward the Rockies this week. The Maize and Blue pucksters will be rooting for the North.Da- kota team that will be visiting that area to…

… their NCAA championship in this year's tournament in March, the Wolverines must finish either first or second in the league to get invited to the playffs. If the Iodaks can dump each of Michigan's two…

…-0 on Omer Brandt's first of three goals. Once John McKennell tied the score on a tough angle shot near the end of the period, the Wolverines loosened up and showed their best hockey in the middle stanza…

…. BRANDT'S SECOND goal tied it again only to have George Chin give Michigan the lead again, 3-2. Then the Wolverine defense lapsed long enough to allow two goals for the Tigers within 70 seconds. But Haas…

… took over again and deadlocked matters with a late period tally. After Brandt turned in the hat trick the Wolverines trailed 5-4, but Chin became a temporary hero when he tied it with five minutes to…

…' For the second consecutive game, the Wolverines played with only seven men. The starting five of Lawrence and Eaddy at the guards, Skala and Ray Paviche- vich at the forwards, and Milt Mead at center…

…," though scoring only four points, came up with an unusually large share of Michigan rebounds in the 40 minutes he played. The Wolverines also gave an ac- creditable account of themselves percentage…

… the 220 was 2:09.7, while Jones was clocked at 4:42.5 for the 440. THE VICTORY was Michigan's. sixth of the season and the twen- ty-seventh in 29 dual meets with Michigan State. The Wolverines' margin…

… come. Wolverines, by virtue of a four and a half minute freeze in the final period, nipped the Badgers, 56-55, to climb into eighth place in the West- ern Conference. BIG TEN ROUNDUP- slini Defeat Ihdiaa…

February 16, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Michigan traci- fans in the dual meet between the Wolverines and the Illini, with the opening of the field events scheduled for 2:00 p.m. and the track events begin- nilig half an hour later. LAZ TURNED the…

… preparation for the dual meet against Iowa's Hawkeyes Saturday in the varsity pool. The Wolverines returned to Ann Arbor with a road trip record of two victories and one defeat. Both Minnesota a n d…

… Ris, Iowa brings a powerful aggregation to$Ann Ar- bor. Earlier in the season the Hawk- eyes were defeated by Big Ten Champs Ohio State in a close meet. Last year Iowa upset the Wolverine natators to…

…. taught him the winning tricks which he has imparted to the Wol- verines. * * * THE VICTORY came in true Wolverine fashion. Being 39-41 going into the last event, the Lokenmen scored a clean sweep of the…

…. Individual stars of the meet were the Wolverines' Pete Barthell and the Gophers' Doug Sorenson, both of whom compiled 15 team points. Herb Loken, brother of the Michigan coach and co-captain. of the Minnesota…

… outfit was run- ner-up with 13 points. Connie Ettl was in the second place slot in team points for Michigan with 10. * * * BARTHELL and Buchanan ac- counted for the Wolverines' three firsts. Pete was the…

February 27, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Gymnasts See Action Champion Illini Team Here Tonight To Oppose Undefeated Wolverines FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 195 ' ,. Skiers 14 TheSale is On! Hurry! Hurry! While the selection…

… are undefeated. Illinois has a 9-0 mark in dual competition while !Michigan has won one less. Strong Squads Each of the team's coaches-the Wolverines' Newt Loken ,and the Illini's Charlie Pond…

…, Woodin will be seeking his fifth Young faces Wolverine captain rently sporting a 5-4 record, victory by pin in as many starts, Larry Murry, who has won five . have- their hands full against while Olm…

February 10, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 89) • Page Image 11

…' record to 13-3 while the 715 North Univi The Wolverines were not out- out of the net and using an extra period. Wolverines now stand at 5-8-1. hustled or outskated by the Spar- forward, but this move…

… twice, whipping the Wolverines 3-1 at East Lansing In a performance described as N serious ottention paid to your o y night, and then humbling their hosts at the local Coliseum, Al~l I C D E 'T A ~A D *qv…

February 08, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 90) • Page Image 5

… its home ice, and the Wolverines are well aware of this. Dealt a harsh blow by the ruling of Don McIntosh being ineligible, Coach Vic Heyliger will try to fill the gap with sophomores Gary Starr and…

… John Rendall. McIntosh was the leading Wolverine scorer in league play according to the latest tabulation, The team left yesterday after- noon by plane for Minneapolis. At take-off time it was expected…

… place with five and one- half points. To represent the league in the March playoffs, the Wolverines must finish at least in second place. Denver now occu- pies that position, but only holds a two and one…

… other school in the league. Both have earned a 2.7 composite average of goals scored against them per game, despite loose de- fensive play by their teammates. Both goalies will see action. The Wolverines

… will keep their eyes on Bob Turk who plays both center and wing. H-e is the Gophers' leading scorer up to the present time. While the Wolverines attempt to surge toward the top of the league in their…

February 21, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… to overtake the hard-pulling Steuart, who stroked to a new State pool record of 2:03.6. - The Wolverine's Frank Legacki shared the evening's high scoring= honors with Steuart. Legacki, in the third…

… over State, 32-16. The Wol-{ verines took both first and second on the board as Dick Kimball and Joe Gerlach performed flawlessly. F The great reserve strength of the Wolverines was brought into action…

…. Gaxiola First Wolverine Icers Lose Fifth Straight To Overpowering Michigan Tech, 5-4 Special to The Daily HOUGHTON-Michigan's hock-1 ey team met its fifth straight disaster last night, losing to Mich…

…- igan Tech, 5-4. Faint memories lingered of the last weekend series between these two teams, when the Wolverines were set back twice by 3-2 and 10-2 scores. A returning nemisis, Tech's John Kosiancic…

… until the second period when the penalty box started filling up with Wolverines. It was here where the vulnerable spot lay and the Huskies took full advantage of it as they lit the red light three more…

February 08, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Williamson. traing goals. g uk Deflects off Pads relky Dozzi continued to suff Brooks got the first of his pair from his back injury and the on nine minutes later when his shot other injured Wolverine was M…

… series. The second period found the STATISTICS Wolverines improving as they FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Minnesot scored their first goal at 3:17 when -Grafstrom (Williamson, Pearson Neil McDonald took a pass…

… or not. The question facing them is not new or difficult: victory or defeat. But the choice that is made will give a good indication as to where the Wolverines will finish in this year's Big Ten race…

…. A victory coupled with a Michi- gan State loss to Indiana and an Ohio State loss to Purdue would vault the Wolverines into first place. A loss would drop them out of contention into the second divi…

…- polis. The Wolverines were leading 11-8 going into the last two bouts of the evening; then Minnesota's TODAY'S GAMES, New Yorl' at Detroit Boston at Toronto Chicago at Montreal HOPKINS SETS RECORD…

… the Wol- verines. Wolverine swim coach Gus Stag- er attempted to have his stars set records in several events but only Hopkins was able to come through. The 200-yd. butterfly was shorten- ed to 100-yds…

… capacity crowd was treated to a fine diving contest with the Cyclone's Dale Wassmuth edging the Wolverines' acting Captain Ed Cole, 251.3 to 251.2. Alvaro Gaxiola of Michigan was third. The divers had to…

… dive under precarious conditions using a 14 foot board as compared to the normal 16 foot board. This afternoon the Wolverines meet Iowa's Big Ten contenders at Iowa City. STATISTICS 400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY…

… Minnesota's Jim Reif- steck, 9-2. Pearson put up a game battle, but Reifsteck was too big for him to handle. Jack Marchello won a victory for the Wolverines in 167 lb. class by defeating Joe Paddock, 6…

February 15, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

… gainedj two victories over the Wolverines1 in a single season. The Spartans have lost one decision to Michi- gan. Game Today Tickets for tonight's game can be purchased at the Athletic Ad- ministration…

…, Dick Kennady and Gerald Miki- and Barry Yap in the 200-yd. breaststroke appear to be the only threats in the line-up. Wolverines at Best Coach Stager has the Michigan squad going full strength with the…

… Kurdelmeier, at 177-lbs., is defending Big Ten champion, and in the 123-1b. class, Iowa has jun- ior Larry Moser. According to Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen, the Hawkeyes are much stronger this year than they have…

… every day and you can never tell what might happen," he said. Three changes have been made in the Wolverine lineup for to- day's match. Captain Max Pear- son has been returned to his 137- lb. spot after…

February 28, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

… berth improve greatly. Gophers Help For the second straight weekend, the Gophers were vital to Michi- gan's playoff drive. Ten days ago they dropped a pair of contests to the Wolverines. Last Friday and…

… athletes-that is, everyone but Canham' Held Back The 58-odd points which the Wolverines piled here last, Satur- day against Ohio State, Western Michigan and Marquette could have been added to quite easily…

… State. Last weekend for the first time since 1952, the Wolverine natators were completely outclassed by the Buckeyes. The final score of 57-36 does not fully indicate the ease with which Ohio State won…

… Kawachika, two of the finest swimmers on the Buckeye squad, each were eligible to compete in another event. Don' Harper of OSU ended the Wolverine's hope for diving honors as he completely dominated that…

February 22, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… competition. The last dual meet defeat for the Wolverines came at the hands of the same Buckeye squad in last year's encounter at Columbus. Michigan freestyler Jack War- drop warmed up for his encounter with…

… turned in by Bob Knox in anchoring the free style relay. The Wolverine junior kept pace with All-American Dick Pen- nington over most of the 100-yard distance, only to fade in the final few yards. His…

… lead in the wild race for second place in the Western Intercollegiate Hock- ey League, and an NCAA playoff berth. If the Wolverines can manage to beat North Dakota twice this coming Friday and Saturday…

…-50 chance" of making the playoffs," says Heyliger. His squad is tired and he looks for North Da- kota to be "awfully rugged." wolverines Follow Syracuse, NYU in AA U Two-Mile Relay 1 I A sparkling 1…

… Push Button II Excellent Personnel to please you:! was followed by New York Univer- sity and the Wolverines. George- town's Hoyas laced fourth and highly-touted Manhattan dropped to fifth. Michigan…

… Buckeyes, who haven't beaten the Wolverines since 1949, will offer topnotch competition in the broad jump, 60-yard dash, mile run, and the mile and two-mile re- lays. The squad from Columbus will also press…

…, 2.5 seconds bet- ter than Michigan's time against Notre Dame. Wolverine mentor Don Canham admits this may be the most interesting event of the day. The quarter-mile will see Bur- nett vie against…

Wolverines' Pete Gray, who raced to a meet record of 1:54.5 in the 880 against Notre Dame, faces a stiff test when he faces Bartels, who has been clocked in 1:55.0. Bartels finished fourth in the Con= ference…

… squads, and should provide the Wolverines with a good warmup test for the Big Ten meet, which will be held at East Lansing, March 4-5. COLLEGE BASKETBALL, Ohio State 72, MICHIGAN 68 Iowa 89, Illinois 70…

February 25, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 96) • Page Image 3

…rTH1E MI+CITIAN DAILY Pucksters Outscore Miies , 0/ Wolverine Cagers Battle Northwestern In Try for Initial Conference Road Win By HAROLD TANNER Faced with only a slim chance of finishing at…

… Big Nine foes play the first game of a twin bill that finds Loyola and DePaul meeting in the nightcap. THE WOLVERINES, currently in seventh place in the circuit with a 3-6 record, have yet to win on the…

…- pion in the 200-yard race. He is Jose Balm ores, who at 26 has the speed and experience to make it tough for the Wolverine duo of John Davies and Stew Elliott. Along with Balmores, Peppe can call on…

…, John Davies, and Stew Elliott are avail- able for action, and in the back- stroke Bernie Kahn and Dick Howell will carry the Wolverines' hopes against the strong Buckeye contingent. Divers George Eyster…

… Michigan is slightly fav- ored to take the meet, but not by too much. The Wolverines get the nod over Iowa because the Hawkeyes lost to Minnesota, a team beaten by the Lokenmen. They should also knock off…

February 21, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…PAGE TARE?5 /, SUNDAY, FMRUARY 21, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Gym, Tank Squads Sweep Dual Meets I 4- I Cagers Lose To Badgers SMadison…

… 'M' Drops Eighth Conference Tilt (Continued from Page 1) ANOTHER factor, besides the poor shooting by the Wolverines, which kept the Michigan point production low, was the excellent defense thrown up…

… Conference scoring race Loken's Gymnasts Blast Ohio State Team, 64-32 Illinois Defeats Wolverines, 58 %-55/, in Track Meet Close Victory in Mile Relay Clinches Win, As Fessenden Beats Scruggs by Half Step 0…

…' -_________ Swimmers Maul Iowa For 14th Straight,75-18 By PHIL DOUGLIS Michigan's gymnastics squad pulverized Ohio State yesterday, 64-32, as Wolverine captain Mary Johnson put on a sensational one man show by winning…

… half step ahead of Wolverine Grant Scruggs to give the Illini a 581-555% edge in the final score. ILLINOIS ran an all-star quar- tet of Joe Corley, Cirilo McSween, Gene Maynard, and Ralph Fessen- den…

…, sweeping the first three places In the lows and relinquishing only a tie for third to Wolverine Jim Love in the highs. Willard Thompson won the highs in a record :08.5 while Wil- lie Williams took the lows…

February 21, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 93) • Page Image 3

… the Irish. HARVEY NEWQUIST, Notre Dame dash man, however, sur- prised the Wolverines by taking both the 60-yard high and lov i hurdles. Newquist ran the low hur- dles in :6.9 seconds, one-tenth of a…

…'s Wolverines, after thumping Michigan State and Illinois in their last two out- ings, have established themselves as odds-on favorites in the Big Ten Championships coming up in two weeks. THE SPARTANS and the de…

…'Shaughnessy was regular cen- ter for the Wolverine gridders. Junior Tom Hankins is the only other returning Boilermak- er who placed in the Big Ten Championships, having nailed down the fourth spot at 157 pounds…

…, Swim T~ Michigan Cagers Engage Wisconsin at Field House eams See Home Action * r w Wolverine Tankmen Vie With Iowa State Tonight Still smarting from two close defeats on the road last week, the…

Wolverines entered the Badgers' home court a 12-point underdog. For three periods the two teams battled evenly but near the end of the three-quarter mark Michigan lost their three big men, Paul Groffsky, Milt…

…- tempt by the Wolverines to pmash the freshman record 'in the 300 yard medley relay. Matt Mann will enter the former British olym- pic swimmers Bert and Jack Ward- roll and also Tom Boulte in this event…

… men. All are sopho- mores. The Wolverines will not have long to rest, for following the Iowa State meet, they battle Min- nesota here on Monday at 3:30 in a dual meet. INTRAMURAL BOWLING Sigma Alpha Mu…

….1 average and he also leads the Wolverines in over-all scoring with 226 points. At forward, long Milt Mead draws a starting assignment and will probably be given the job of guarding the big, bespectacled…

… triangular meet compe- tition here last night by downing Michigan, 63-33, and trouncing Northwestern, 77-19. The Wolverines chalked up one win on their record, however, trampling Northwestern, 67-28. This…

February 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 PAGE THREE Fight Wolverine Firsts Beat Spartan Swimmers a Free-stylers Star in Dual Meet,_52-41 Jones, Hill…

… marked the Wolverines' fourth dual meet win this season, in addition to first in a triangular meet and an A.A.U. meet. Hill tied both his own pool records for the 50 and 100-yard y free-style races i n…

… it to ten yards at the finish. The visitors made their best < showing in the 200-yard back- stroke, as Harold Shoup and John Quigley finished one-two. This narrowed the Wolverine lead down to 34…

… relay team of backstroker John Chase, Davies, and free-styler Tom Benner got the Wolverines off to a good start 7 in the first event by defeating the Spartan trio. DAVIES BUILT up a yard lead over the…

… medley team of Jack. Carroll, Don McEwen, George Ja- cobi and John Ross ran to an easy win and the world's indoor! record in the Michigan State Re- lays here last night. The Wolverine equartet lapped every…

… Mitchell hustles in to implant an elbow in the dental works of Wolverine center Milt Mead.. Mead lasted long enough to ring up 18 markers in a losing cause, however. * * , Go hers Trip Hawke yes, Ilinos…

February 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

… RDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1952 THE MICHIGAN, DAILY THE MICHIGAN~ DAILY Colorado College Defeats Puckmen in * s * * # $ * * Hartwell Leads Tigers, Scoring Two Big Goals Tight Game Wolverine Court…

… their chances, and we didn't." Heyliger also praised Ken Kinsley, Colorado goalie, who managed to get in front of 23 Wolverine shots. "He's the best we've faced this season," said Hey- liger. In detail…

…- counter yet for the Wolverines. The Spartans, conquered only by powerful Ohio State this sea- son, will be at full strength while Matt Mann's crew will be minus three crack performers, all ineli- gible for…

… FORWARD EARL KEYES FLEET FOURSOME: Thinelads Out for Record at State Relays Wolverines To Wrestle NU Matmen By ED SMITH EAST LANSING - Coach Don Canham's Wolverine thinclads will try to turn the Spartans…

… watched, the Wolverine distance medley group of Carroll, Jacobi, Ross, and McEwen will be out to break the world's record time of 10:08.9 set at last year's meet by a Michigan quartet. Four other Maize and…

… Michigan's top dash man. His loss for future meets could seriously impair thea Wolverine's chances in the Big Ten Meet in March. Bill Barton, promising sopho- more quarter miler, who ivll re- place him today…

February 07, 1957 • Page Image 17

… launthing site at Fre, r ISTORY recoids little of note on the Gre Lakes the Wolverine Canada's lukewain senforcement Pennsylvania. The Navy little ex- on the success of her immedi- was able to operate free of…

… the federate raids, thwarting trans- Renamed the Wolverine in 1905 State of Michigan's intimate as- step-by + ep criticism of tuture coming presidential election, Presi- portation of arms from Canada to…

February 12, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19," PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19M NEW SHIPMENTS of USE O % %twKS Hustling Barron Sparks Wolverine Cage Squad orriving…

Wolverine squad with an average of 17.5 points per game. The Chicagoan's 262 points also places him among the top ten scorers in the Big Ten. THE SOPHOMORE star, the spark plug of the Maize and Blue quintet…

… the 137-pound ing team'championships at the hands of The Hawkeyes will enter this Pete Compton of Illinois. meet with their best mid-season Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines mark since 1950 when they posted…

… wrestle because of a leg in- !row will provide the Wolverines Sophomore Kenneth Leuer, a jury. He has wrestled heavy- with some very tough competition. 177-pounder, leads the Hawkeyes weight during the dual…

… Wisconsin's Cap-1 tain Jerry Seeber who was unde- feated for two previous seasons. The Wolverines will field a strong team headed by Norvard "Snip" Nalan who is undefeated in two years of dual meet compe…

February 13, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…; Seek Fifth Straight Win MCHL SHOWDOWN: With six of their nine dual meets past history, the Wolverins wres- tling team is making ready for its meet against Northwestern this Saturday. A tidy winning…

… sudden departure from the Wolverine campus of Jerry Musetti, 180-pound halfback from Detroit. Musetti, who was in residence here for several days last week and had been proffered a De- troit Alumni Club…

…. "This is it," say Coach Vic Hey- Four teams-Denver, Michi- liger and his Wolverines, and a gan, North Dakota, Colorado- C h e d d y Thompson's lie adhi oleins ad ar ,mrnilpd i a hot 1,9+ for r......l...L1…

… COLORADO contests count in the MCHL standings and the Wolverines must win them both in order to hold more than a slim chance of finish- ing first or second in the loop. (Michigan's chances of suc- cessfully…

…- feated class as it heads into the Y' toughest part of its schedule. Northwestern and Ohio State fell to the Wolverine gymnasts during the semester lull. The Wild- cats absorbed a 67-28 drubbing while Ohio…

… came up with Michi- gan's sternest competition before bowing 55-41. FRESHMAN Harry Luchs con- tinued to pace the Wolverine at- tacks by picking up 28 points in the two meets. He took a first and a second…

… Henning won the side horse and trampo- U -l line events respectively. The Wolverines swept the remaining firsts with Luchs contributing his three and Erley a tumbling first. Michigan's captain Connie Ettl…

February 17, 1950 (vol. 0, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… By BOB SANDELLE Vic Heyliger and his Wolverine puck squad can just about clinch an NCAA tournament bid this week-end if they can tame the Colorado College Tigers in a two game setto opening this…

… interested in play- ing :varsity baseball should re- port to the south end of the Feld House from.1:30 to 5:30 to sign up. --Ray Fisher down to the Wolverines, the visit- ing Bengals, and Michigan Tech with…

… the Wolverines will throw at the invaders. Vic was well pleased with a new third line combination in the second Michigan Tech con- test. He shifted defenseman Ed- die May to a wing to combine with Joe…

…, is a brother of Dick, a Wolverine standodt of last year. * By BILL CONNOLLY A history-making mile race, featuring miraculous Don Mc- Ewen, will set the pace for the Michigan-Illinois dual meet sched…

…. Morrill Out Of Illini Tilt Michigan's Wolverines, prepar- ing for Conference champion Illi- nois Saturday, received another blow to their already waning vic- tory hopes yetct'a with the news that Hal…

February 28, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

… pressure in the Michigan defensive zone throughout the game and in the first period forced Childs to make an average of one save a minute. Game statistics showed that the Wolverine netminder kicked out an…

…. An aroused Wolverine aggregation came back fighting to knot the count before three minutes had elapsed in the sec- ond frame. Michigan's Dale McDonald bat- ted in a rebound at 1:43 for the first tally…

…, and teammate Bob White scored one minute later with another converted rebound at 2:43. After Anderson had given the Gophers their lead, Steve Bochen TODAY: Tankmen apparently pulled the Wolverines

… score did not count. This decision broke Michigan's back and it did not threaten through the rest of the game. The breaks and the officiating' did their share in ruining up the score as the Wolverines

…. Michi- gan has been only able to manage two wins in eleven meetings with former league competition. Tonight, the. Wolverines will be rested and ready for action as they face the Gophers for the last time…

February 13, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1955 THE NINCilk"AA AIAIUV ...Ay IVANa Awm VALIly 11HYLY PAGE THREE R SwimITruck, Wolverine Tank Team Cops Sixth Straight Dual Meet Jones, O'Reilly, Meyers, Gora, Walters…

… yesterday, by overwhelming Northwestern, 68-21, in the Wild- cat pool. Capturing a first in every event, the Wolverines demonstrated that it has the necessary depth and versatility to dethrone Ohio State and…

… favorite in the coming conference meet on M~ rh d (Continued from Page 1) about 15 minutes left, and the Wolverines gradually pulled away. The win gave Michigan a 3-4 conference record, good for sole…

…- marcn 4. Lone winner for the Wolverines' raclsters Blastis was 157 pounder Don Haney, who is now unbeaten in five meets. He u M a x P e a r s o n , M i c h i g a n ' s e n t r y i ntr3p n c s e w h B the…

… 137 pound class drew with Bill Clements 4-4. Except for these two By CORKY SMITH bright spots, Michigan put up a The Wolverine track squad, His time was 4:09.9, breaking dismal showing.i hterinumro find…

February 22, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

… race for the Wolverines. possible until disaster struck in the final event. The Wolverines entered the de- ciding contests, the mile relay, trailing 65-61. But a pulled muscle sustained by Milt Robinson…

…-important one. Close Rivalry This was the seventh time in eight years that an Illinois-Mich- igan dual track meet hasn't been decided until the relay. Individually, the Wolverines had much to be proud of, an4 the…

Wolverine defense, feint- ed Childs way out of the cage, skated around him and placed the puck into the nets with sickening ease. And still another goal was scored at 3:09 by Bob Turk, whose shot deflected…

… off Hayton and passed hCilds before he saw it. This made the score, 6-2. But the superbly conditioned Gophers never let up. Again they skated past the Wolverine de- fense. Westby took a pass from Burg…

… an dslid the puck under- neath Childs. One of the few pleasant hap- penings during the evening for the Wolverines was the showing of sophomore Bochen, who scored two goals. White Improving And Bob…

… College, and North Dakota, while Michi- gan remains deep in sixth. Besides being a hard night on the Wolverines, the referees also FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Minne- sota - 1 - Burg (unassisted) :11; Michigan…

February 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

… Michigan's basketball team will be making attempts at a come- back tonight when they play host to Illinois at Yost Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. After their disheartening "lost weekend," the Wolverines need a victory…

… may have had playing Illinois minus been erased with an ankle injury ineligible George BonSalle has to guard Jack Lewis. Bad Sprain The Wolverine playiaker suf- *fered a bad sprain dr.ving in for a lay…

… defense for a complete contest. A spot where Michigan will def- initely have to improve if Illinois, is to be overcome is in field goal] percentage. The Wolverines could do no better than .300 last week…

Wolverine divers will have their first big test in dual meet competition this season, as Iowa has two of th3 better divers in the Conference, Take Quick and Ken Miner: Quick, who wos good last season has…

… sprint races are the Wolverines' weakest point without Hanimly, and Iowa should be able to :' a;t r}.ie on this. With the logs of Lincoln I'Iur- ring, Olympic backstrokes, the Hawkeyes hare been forced to…

… Adamski to a severe test. In addition to looking to pre- serve their unbeaten dual meet record, the Wolverines will be out to avenge a 48-45 loss to the Hawkeyes last season. LARRY MURRAY -... out of…

February 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1957 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE?.I Hopes Rise for Cage, Hocey Squads Wolverines Among Best In Big Ten By JIM…

… Michigan was losing to Minnesota, Purdue up- set Illinois. Then the Wolverines waltzed over Purdue, while down in Champaign, Illinois was hand- ing Ohio State its second loss. F Tied for Third When one blows…

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… two-mile. Only Iowa's Ted Wheeler has equalled this time. In the low hurdles, Wolverine Tom Hendricks took second in the first of two heats, but in doing so injured his knee by banging it against a…

… forced to scratch, due to the unexpected fireworks in the high-jump pit. The highs* were won by Buckeye Roger Hauck in :08.4. Flodin, Relay Team Win Dick Flodin, the Wolverines' fine quarter-miler, won…

…- lay in 3:21.2. Geert Keilstrup of Michigan took second in the 880 to Ohio State's Jack McClain. However, the two* top Wolverine half-milers, Pete Gray and Varian, were not running in that race. Instead…

… lacked a man in the 115 pound class and the Buckeyes were short a grappler at 123 pounds. Dan Deppe, wrestling at 130 pounds, lost a close decision to OSU's John Nicolella, to give the Wolverines their…

… points to the Wolverine total as they gained close decisions at weights 177 and 191 pounds, respectively. NHL SCORES Montreal 5, Detroit 1 Boston 3, Toronto 1 4, At ti 'A 4 By JIM BAAD Yesterday…

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