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February 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… delivered a ones point loss to the Hawkeyes on their home court for the second consecutive year, The Wolverines dropped Iowa NIGHT EDITOR: ELLIOTT BERRY out of the conference race with the 86-85 victory and…

…. minutes to lead 22-12. leading scorer with 27 points, 10 The Wolverines had gone up by But the Hawks made a swift coming on goaltending calls on nine points at 84-75 on steals by comeback, scaring the…

… of Pete Fichuck; Rich Yurich, and Bill Klatt com- bined to . beat Wolverine goalie Jim Keough, this time with Fi- chuck doing the honors. In ' the second period, Mike Kurtz, who was espeically…

February 11, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

Wolverines more polish and poise. State & Packard The result was a 9-0 whitewash <=-yom~r:>o<-amo<-o< o {s < -{7 om <-of Michigan State. h Kayos Spartans, 9-0 pa After Friday night's 4-3 over- time…

… squeaker over the Spartans, Wolverine goalie Jim Keough pre- dicted a substantial victory last night. Actually he didn't go too far out on a limb. Though Michi- gan's Friday night victory was a pastiche of…

…-1 score. Last night the Wolverines kept the pieces together. "We played a good game," ac- knowledged Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew. "And, despite the score, State is still a good team. They gave us a heckuva…

… game Friday night." The Wolverines continued their third period heroics, scoring six goals in the final stanza. "This could be some team if it played three third periods a night," notes Keough. A Wolver…

… started. Nine minutes later Galbraith got a souvenir puck for his second hat trick of the season. The next two minutes brought two more Michigan goals. *I UI And the Wolverines await next -Daily…

…-Andy Sacks weekend's. invasion of Michigan MICHIGAN FORWARD Lee Martilla (8) skates across the Mich- Tech, currently one WCHA notch igan State crease in jubilation after scoring the Wolverines' last ahead of…

… light w in spectacle of the two held in weights. le Events Building, the Michigan At 123 pounds, Steve Rubin gave w estlers took measure of Ohio the Wolverines a fast 5-0 lead by te as they beat them…

… to 15 and 12 ith the Wolverines holding a slim ad as they 'went Into the heavy eights. Michigan's Pete Cornell had the eight upon his- shoulders as the rolverines could not lose here and ill have a…

February 09, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

…FRIDAY, FEBRUARY $, 1'968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NIN1 * Gmnasts By ANDY BARBAS !the Wolverines had planned. Special To The Daily Michigan…

… edge. Char- and dealing the Spartans a 188.6 lie Froeming led the Wolverines to 187.05 upset. with a 9.1. The Woverines won the meet Even though the Wolverines where they were expected to lose slipped in…

… near the completion of his performance but still picked up an 8.8. The Spartans cut the Wolverine lead to only .05 of a point in the long horse. Sophomore Jensen led the Wolverines with a 9.25. Mich…

…- igan State captain Dave Thor, though, led everyone with a 9.4. Michigan's Fred Rodney followed the two with a solid 9.15, tying the Spartans' Ed Gunny. The Wolverines had the Spar- tans with their backs…

…. Last Ditch Michigan State's coach Szypula, in a last ditch effort to overtake the Wolverines, instructed his high bar team to take a chance. They attempted harder tricks, but their gamble failed as Gunny…

… goal in overtime, suffered a may be geting mentally prepared State's icers. shoulder separation last week and for the weekend series with a The Wolverines will take their will probably be out of action…

… weak Spartan team. eight-game winning streak back for the weekend series. The other Sophomore Dave Perrin admit- to the scene of their last loss. Wolverine nemsis. Nino Cristo- ted that although he…

… The Wolverines find themselves has put the light on only twice Tech 'Michigan Tech, the cur- nTheWlvyeighes fndthemdelve more for the Spartans. rent WCHA leaders), next week." riding on the crest of…

… trasted with Michigan's 4.8. niht where the Wolverines are f --+1, undefeated. score in this event was 26.35, it wasj much more than they had ex-f pected. Earlier this' year, side horse scores had…

February 14, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… halls relays, slated for 7 p.m. In the 65-yard high hurdles, the Wolverines' veteran, Cliff Nut- tall, will probably be meeting Notre Dame's Pete Whitehouse. Last week in the Michigan State Relays…

…. Miller vs. Densham Wolverine Bob Densham is ex- pected to meet some stiff compe- tition from Hoosier Cornelius Mil- ler. The highly-regarded Miller has gone as high as 6'7" this year. Although Densham…

… high jumper, is still sidelined with an ankle injury sustained in the meet here two weeks ago. Wolverine polevaulters could sweep the'entire event. Last week, George Wade cleared the bar at 14'4" to…

… tonight against arch-rival Michigan State in East Lansing. Currently resting in second place in the WCHA standings, one full game behind Minnesota, the Wolverine icemen need a pair of victories to stay in…

…- tory a Michigan State hockey team had swept a season series form the Wolverines. While the Spartan sextet has been anything but spectacular this season, they would like nothing better than to derail the…

…. tallied 14 goals and 17 assists. Next in scoring is wingman Doug Roberts, a junior forward from Detroit and a familiar face to the Michgian team.j Wolverine fans may remember Roberts from his clashes last…

February 10, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 89) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY aymnasts Risk Spotless Record Against li r? greater opposition than any the Lawler was second on the side - Wolverines have faced thus far. horse, and Salter and Klausman j…

…1 Wolverines Monday afternoon:.;. Southern Illinois had proved it- self a leading gymnastics power with a victory in the Midwest Open on December 3. The meet] provides an interesting compar1- son…

… he competed and all-around honors with 445.5 points. Jim Brown, Tom Osterland, and sophomore Lew Fenner provided the other Wolverine victories, in tumbling, rebound tumbling (trampoline),, and the…

…. Spicer lost to Montpetit by a mere half point in free exer- cise and his continued improve- ment as well as Osterland's should provide the Wolverines with ex- Collegiate Hairstyles for 1961! Featuring…

…'s gymnasts will face in tomor meet. Wolverines Wallop Badg For Seeond Win, 90-22 cellent depth in these events ! future meets. In addition, Jim Hynds, Gilbe Larose, Ralph Bromund, and Mar Erenburg, all…

… sophomores, we outstanding in rolling up the se( onds and thirds that gave ti Wolverines their imposing 7F point victory margin. As Montpetit put it, "We a performed well and made very fe mistakes in our…

February 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… situation. Michigan took the ball down- court and John Harris put a jump- er through the hoop to make the score, 63-62. There were nine sec- onds left and the Wolverines foul- ed Riessen again. This time he…

… Sounded At this point the buzzer sound- ed, ending the game. No foul was called against Northwestern on Cole's drive despite protests to the referee by the Wolverine players. Michigan had fallen behind at…

… halftime 33-25 and' after several minutes of the second half was down 39-27. But the Wolverines battled to within five points when Coach Dave Strack took all his starters out of the game except Buntin at 12…

…:30. He substituted Tom Ludwig, John Oosterbaan, Larry Tregoning, and George Pom- ey for his regulars. With Ooster- baan scoring six points on jump shots the Wolverines tied the score at 50-50 at 8…

… margin until Northwestern broke away from Michigan in the last four minutes to take a 33-25 halftime lead. Strack called a time out at 6:55 with the Wolverines leading 22- 21. But after play resumed Michi…

… on the Wolverines were held scoreless. Greater Accuracy Northwestern had greater ac- curacy from the floor in the first half. NU shot 38 per cent to Mich- igan's 30 per cent. In addition, the Wildcats…

… outrebounded the Wolverines 28-26. Buntin led the rebounders and scorers for both teams in the first half. He had nine grabs off the boards and 11 points. Cantrell had nine points to take second place scoring…

… honors. Another Squeaker MICHIGAN By CHARLIE TOWLE "Will the real Michigan track team please stand up," is a re- quest local track fans might be making after the performance of the Wolverine cindermen in…

February 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 90) • Page Image 21

…MY 91962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY iscari: Gymnastics Star EASY VICTORIES: Wolverines Earn Two Wins By JOHN SCOCHIN Continuing to bounce back after a lone loss to Illinois the capable Michigan gymnastics…

… Tom Osterland paced the Wolverines to victory over the Hawkeyes grabbing firsts in tumbling and on the tramhpo- line. Captain Leads Utilizing some of the old finesse that made him Big Ten rebound…

February 05, 1960 • Page Image 16

… teammate Dave Gilland- ers and surrendered his AAU title to another Wolverine, Frank Le- gacki. This past summer Tashnick represented the United States in the Pan-American Games. The loss of Tashnick leaves…

… Gil- landers the sole Wolverine stand- out in the 200-yard butterfly. 7 QUALITY FOOTWEAR Thirty years of shoe experience here in Ann Arbor with Michigan students convinces us "that there is no…

… victories over Iowa State, Minnesota and Purdue dur- ing the semester break. Coach Gus Stager, using few of his star swimmers in their spe- cialties, saw his Wolverines de- feat Iowa State, 70-25 and Min…

…-; nesota, 69-36, January 15 and 16, the weekend preceding exams, and then return after a two-week lay- off to trounce Purdue 70-34, Feb. 1. In winning these three meets the Wolverines had 19 different…

February 22, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969 Upset minded Illini sophomores severe threat to 'NI' gymnasts Wolverines The Lineups take on…

… Harrison Mike Price Greg Jackson 6-8 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-8 By DAVE HANNES The up and down Wolverine cagers will attempt to extend their Big Ten win streak to three this afternoon in a battle with Il- linois. The…

… Jackson. who stands 6-8. Jackson has been a big scorer for Ilinois, holding the schoolrrecord for most points by a sophomore center. He was effective against the Wolverines In that duel, Michigan played…

…, the cham- not particularly impressive against pionship is theirs. the Wolverines scoring only three "Orhiggster.lemthpoints, but Scholz played an cx- "Our biggest problem this year cellent game making…

Wolverines' ability to stop the opposition from scoring. "It seems like defense just isn't their bag as the saying goes. Mich- igan has an effective zone but not a great one. I can't understand why they don…

… eight rebounds while hitting for 19 points, which came mainly on difficult jumpers from the corner. As far as the Wolverines were concerned, the Illinois game was one of their finest team efforts of the…

… season. The scoring was' -Daily--Andy Sacks WOLVERINE FORWARD BOB SULLIVAN drives around two Illinois defenders for an easy lay-up on route to Michigan's 92-87 upset over the Illini in their last meeting…

… last week at the Events Building. VI WOLVERINES POWERFUL I Dave Jacobs STONED!! "stereopticon" STONED!! "Marx Brothers" MAD MARVIN at the Vth FORUM I I SGC Announces PETITIONING FOR SGC President…

… Events Building. j eon because you do it yourself The Wolverines,,seventh ranked in the nation, stunned their pa- I Wax! WA5'11NGrot4 trons in the sparse crowd of 286 by falling behind the eager Gop- i…

… HOURS After Rubin had pulled t hej Wolverines even at 6-6 with a - ____- 4-1vtriumph over Terry Sworsky, __Jim Sanger provided the turning of the match when he convincing- N O Nly trounced Sworsky's twin…

February 01, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 91) • Page Image 20

… must play the role made famous gy those scourges of the National Hockey League Boston Bruins- the role of the spoiler. Mired deep in the Western Col- legiate Hockey League standings, the Wolverines meet…

… Blue sextet then returns home for another two-day series against the Minnesota Gophers on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 and 9. Bottled Up The Wolverines, not being able to find a way to pop the cork on…

… eye toward basketball I continued checking the records. There were the years of 1901-1904 and 1937-1940 when Wolverine track men copped titles four years running. From 194-1w40 the Maize and Blue…

February 25, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 126) • Page Image 9

…Sunday, February 25, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Sundy, ebrury 5, 968 HE ICHIAN AIL , _ 5 _ Wolverine Cagers Overpower Minnesota, 105-92 By ROB SALTZSTEIN Special To The Daily…

… MINNEAPOLIS-"I don't know -we Just fell apart." That little quote, by a girl named Candy, captain of the Min- nesota cheerleaders, vaguely tells the story of what the Wolverines did to Minnesota last night here…

… Minnesota away and they did it like a group of happy butchers at a meat-cutting convention. Trailing 45-44 going into the second half, the Wolverines erupt- ed with a display of basketball fireworks that…

… fizzled Minnesota's two-game winning streak and pushed them into a tie with the Wolverines for cellar honors. All the Wolverines, led by Rudy Tomjanovich, strong on the boards, and Ken Maxie, loose on the…

… and with so much success that he left Minnesota fans muttering about players who deliberately show-off. The Wolverines started out slow- ly and trailed Minnesota 10-4 with just under three minutes gone…

Wolverine coach Gus Stager relying instead on its overwhelm- after his freshmen had turned ing depth. the 1968 Big Ten frosh meet into Greg Zann took one first with a shambles by walloping runner- a nifty :22…

February 21, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 125) • Page Image 7

… Michigan Wolverines stormed back to crush the shin St1p Buiikvr. s 100-81 back-to-back jumpers by Ricketts and Jim Shaffer, followed by a hook shot by Sepic to take a 6-3 lead with 17:14 left in the half. A…

… and went down court The Wolverines hit an even 50 at Yost Field House yesterday for a short jumper to put the per cent from the floor taking 82 The top - ranked Wolverines Wolverines ahead again, 9…

…'s Many Substitutions OSU back i the ball game. unbeaten Big Ten record to 9-0 Using a man-to-man defense, Strack Uses 12 Men and drops the lowly Buckeyes to Wolverine Coach Dave Strack sub- Both teams…

…-2 6 0 2 Clawson 1-2 0-1 3 2 2 ILudwig 1-2 0-0 2 2 2 Bankey 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 Brown 1-1 0-1 1 0 2 Totals 41-82 18-27 69 18 100 and the Wolverines employed 12 players in the contest. Michigan took a 40-point…

… points to hit the century mark, the last one on a flying stuff of a missed shot with just 11 seconds left in the game. The Wolverines' next game will be against second-place Minnesota at Minneapolis on…

Wolverines crushed OSU, 100-61. A U S T I N DIAMOND 1209 S. University-663-7151 TAKE ALL 11 FIRSTS: lvi' 1 an Ters oiterate iuce yes, '-G! By LYNN METZGER Michigan tankers captured all 11 firsts in route…

… to a 78-27 romp over Ohio State yesterday after- 'noon. Yesterday's victory brought the tankers' dual meet record to 7-0 for the season, 6-0 in Big Ten competition. The Wolverines have one dual meet…

… remaining, with Indiana before .going to the Big Ten Championships in two weeks. Besides taking first places in all the events, the Wolverines fin- ished one-two in five races. The meet was the last time…

February 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… nces. Kerr tied Minnesota's Crocker for third. Better Than Ever e Wolverines were held to an split in the 11 events by the Zers, who are being touted he best Minnesota swimming in history. ly last…

… dual meet competition going into to- night's meet with Iowa State, hav- ing beaten Purdue last month. The Spartans, who finished one notch' behind Indiana and one ahead of the Wolverines in the Big Ten…

… Thelwell. MSU's Herman Johnson nosed out McRae in the highs last week and the Wolverine star will seek his revenge, meet- ing Johnson in both the highs and the lows. Reese in the 300-yd run; Chris Murray in…

… the 1,000-yd run; and Rod Denhart and Steve Overton in the pole valut should figure well in the Wolverine point total at the end of the day. The- Wolverines should meet with some real stiff competion…

… winning a conference dual meet, the Hawkeyes of Iowa roar into Yost Field House at 3 p.m. tomor- row afternoon. The Wolverines, undefeated and once tied in dual meets, will en- counter the determined…

… Hawkeyes fresh from a 17-9 Monday victory over Northwestern. The win gave Michigan a 4-0 conference dual' meet record. Iowa will send a well-seasoned team against the Wolverines. Heading the lineup of Iowa…

… meet last year which the Wolver- ines won, 24-11. The Wolverines will send Carl Rhodes on the mat. at 123-lbs. Following him will be Gary Wil- cox, 130-lbs.; Kellerman, at 137; and Jim Keen, 147. At 157…

February 14, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… cketed as Michigan Tech ts winter carnival cele- vith a 3-2 overtime win nesota Saturday after- ich coming on the heels shutout Friday dropped hers into fourth place e the Wolverines some room in the WCHA…

… for second place. ;HA Standings Wolverines would appear to have been world beaters as they com- pletely dominated both games. Friday night, for example, they took a five to nothing lead and then…

… seven starts. What was expected to be a close meet turned into a rolatively easy Wolverine victory considering the close competition in each event. With 56 points needed for a tie in the meet, Michigan…

… entire team play poorly on two successive nights and win both games. Good Depth The Wolverine mentor was en- couraged by the scoring of both the second and third lines and he singled out the third line for…

February 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 90) • Page Image 20

… picking up the penalties (Kartusch-56 minutes; Morrison-66 min.; Rodgers-45 min.). Speaking about penalty minutes, this is the only category that Michigan's opponents have fared better than the Wolverines

…. Michigan has chalked up 303 penalty niinutes on 121 penalties while'its opponents have had 233 minutes on 100 penalties. Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew is especially blessed with his two goalies, who are…

… environs of Michigah's league leading hockey team. If Minnesota, who is slated to host the championships, does not finish in the top four the play- offs will be at the Wolverines' rink. The Gophers currently…

… squads will do battle on Friday. The winners will then clash on Saturday in the finals. Wolverines on Top The Wolverines have the best chance for an NCAA position with a firm grip on the WCHA lead after…

February 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

…' Wrestlers attempt overthrow of MSU hold By ANDY BARBAS The Michigan gymnasts usually have tp worry about losing two meets avery year: Michigan State and Iowa. This afternoon, the Wolverines' tangle with the…

… Cech will step onto the mat to face Michigan State's Gary Bissell, thus beginning what has to be the Wolverines tough- est meet this year. In taking on defending Big Ten champion Michigani State at 3…

… effort to place the most favorable odds on their side, the Michigan coaches have altered the Wolverine line-up somewhat. Regulars 123-pound Cech, 130- pound Lou Hudson, Geoff Henson at 137, 145-pound M i k…

… Il- linois last Tuesday, the Wolverines must come down to business at 9:00 tonight in. Iowa City. Michigan beat the tenth-ranked Illini with spectacular passes, tor- rid shooting from the field, and…

… the awesome Illinois front line. Though Iowa has nothing to compare with the Illini's muscle, the Wolverines must come down out of the clouds long enough to try to concentrate on blasting the high…

…." Perhaps Michi- h gan could have used some more t practice, too, as the. Wolverines v have given up an average of 89.3 c markers an outing. John Orr, on tle other hand,; does not seem overly concerned about…

…-4431 Ext. 23 7 ---. Purdue Ohio State Iowa Illinois MICHIGAN Indiana Mich. State Minnesota Wisconsin Northwestern Miller has not forgotten about the Wolverines' past s u c c e s s against the Hawkeyes…

… play- off with Ohio State. The Wolverines would like noth- ing more than to sink the Hawk- eyes once again, as Iowa can ill afford another loss in the race for ' the Big Ten title. The Hawks dropped two…

February 21, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

… Building. The Illini's Blue wardrobe had clashing orange numerals that were incredibly large. The uni- forms also seemed to bother the Wolverines as they lost- their eighth Big Ten game in 10 starts…

… and then Tomjanovich was ' called for his second goaltending violation in less than a minute and his third in the ball game. This time the call was question- able but the Wolverines had been drained of…

… deliberate Illinois team that leads the Big Ten in defense with a 64 points- against average, Michigan was only able to hit for 31 in the first half. Big Gun?I And the Wolverine's big gun, Tomjanovich, could…

… was particularly happy with the win since the Wolverines had handed his Fightin' Illini a stunning 67-65 defeat at home. "We were awful sloppy out there but I don't care how we win them on t'le read…

February 11, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… yesterday as the Wolverines lost a three point half-time lead before being completely run off the court by Iowa 99-86 in the Events Building. The Hawkeyes scored 12 straight; points in little over two minutes…

… early in the second half after the Wolverines had taken a seven point lead on Ken Maxey's driv- ing layup. Senior Sam Williams, who sat out much of the first stanza aft- er picking up his third personal…

February 25, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… Field House theWolverines will try to stop a two-game losing streak- when they face Indiana. The Hoosiers defeated the Wol- verines last Monday night at Bloomington. M' Comes Back With 7:56 remaining in…

… the game and Iowa leading by 14 points, Michigan started its last bid to overtake the Hawkeyes. The Wolverines chopped the lead from 62-48 to 62-55 in less than three minutes. Tom Coles' lay-up made the…

… charging fouls. Al- though Michigan out - rebounded Iowa 39-26, many times a Hawk- eye would steal the ball away from a Wolverine or force the jump ball after the Wolverine had come down with the rebound…

…. The second half performance by Michigan was much improved over the first half. For most of this period the Wolverines kept the lead to 10 points after beginning the half with a 37-23 deficit. Twice…

…-17 16 68 after having fallen behind 18-1 at the start of the game. But at half time the Hawkeyes had taken a 37-23 lead on a last-second shot by Jim Freese. No Fast Break Typical of Wolverine misfor…

… right side of the court, pursued by an Iowa defenseman, received the pass from Herner and went in for the lay-up. The ball hung on the rim for a second, then fell off. Three Wolverines tried to nudge the…

…'s Bennie McRae in both the high and low hurdles in one of the days key upsets. The defeat at the hands of the Wolverines was the first loss for Wisconsin in four dual meets so far this season. The Badgers…

February 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 90) • Page Image 22

… ability the still rings. The Montreal junior is the Wolverines' top round star and together with Jim Hynds and Arno Lascari fo the nucleus of the squad ,that will seek to defend the BigI title against…

…." The Buckeyes will use three top tumblers tomorrow to vie with the Michigan trio of Tom Osterland, Lew Hyman, and Phil Bolton. Steve Greenberg should pose the greatest threat to the Wolverines., Besides…

February 10, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 89) • Page Image 22

… Wol- S. , N.... tim, falling to the Wolverines 30-5 match, this time -by a 2-1 score. verines' strength insured another at Yost Fieldhouse on Jan. 21. Barden, a sophomore, has come lop-sided victory, 25…

…-11, a Michigan won eight of the 10 through with several close wins The Gophers won the first three .<.. matches, lost one, and tied the for the Wolverines this season. matches, and lost the last seven…

… 6-0 lead. On Saturday, February 4, the nent at 4:24, and Karl Fink, pin-j.. From then on it was Michigan Wolverine matmen pushed on to ned his opponent at the phenom- .,,. all the way. In the 130-lb…

February 17, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, THE MICITIGfX1DAILY STINDA V., Storm Past Wolverines, 75-68 Record Crowd of 9,775 Sees Ohio State Pull into Tie with Illinois for Big Ten Lead By LLOYD GRAFF A…

… 9,775 at Y t Field House, the game lowered Michigan's Big Tn record to 4-4 and dropped the Wolverines into the middle of the pack. Ohio State moved into a tie for first place with Illinois, both at 6…

… the Buckeye junior just as their first meeting was. This time Bradds commanded a 34-21 scoring advantage and a 14- 10 rebounding edge. Tom Cole, with 16 points, was the only Wolverine besides Buntin in…

…. The Wolverine cages were the epitome of frustration as they dashed across the court hoping for a steal or an Ohio violation. Neither came. The last resort was to foul again, but the desperation tactics…

… were of no avail as Michi- gan could pull no closer than six points.; Take Halftime Lead The first half of the "spurty game" as Strack described it, found the Wolverines leading, 39- 31, after twenty…

… did in the second half. John Har- ris snatched a rebound, one of 15 he got to lead both teams, and then popped in a lay-up. 'M' Jumps Ahead From this point until the buzzer the Wolverines picked up 21…

… was the Bucks' "finest rebounding game of the year." Ohio State shot at a 44.8' per cent clip to Michigan's 36.9. In other contests the Wolverines have often been able to compensate Bradds Nails Cagers…

February 08, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… surroundings, Michigan has other incentives this weekend. One of them. is the traditional rivalry with Minnesota and the other is the Wolverines' chance for a third straight Big Ten championship. Old Rivarly…

… until Min- nesota scored its final goal on an open Wolverine net with 17 seconds left in the game.V After this contest, Mariucci call- ed the Michigan hockey players "dirty and vicious" among other things…

…. When the Wolverines took the Saturday night game 4-2 on Red Berenson's "hat trick," a near riot occurred. Lines of police were necessary to protect the Michigan hockey players from the outraged fans. The…

… defeat had knocked Min- nesota out of first' place in the WCHA and the fans responded by throwing available objects like popcorn boxes and programs at the Wolverines. One spectator even tried to punch…

… Michigan Cap- tain Dale MacDonald. In the overall series between, these two teams, Minnesota has a slight lead having won 72 games to 66 for the Wolverines with nine ties. This record makes it the oldest and…

…-Min- nesota series will decide the cham- pionship. Must Win To retain its championship, Michigan would first have to sweep the games against Min- nesota and Michigan State. Then the Wolverines could only hope…

… only the first three defensemen. The difference in the Wolverines' defense between this year and last is that "We had bet- ter strength in the front lines last season," said Renfrew. AVOID AAU SANCTION…

…... chance to maintain its pride tached. However, tonight's meet As Stager mentally ran down a victory. will only pit the Wolverine fresh- the list of events, he gave his ap- _________ men against their…

February 17, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… first period Mich- can't move it.' igan's hockey team had its first Had the Wolverines' passing been sharper, it might have oeen penalty, a two-minute tripping another story. infraction handed to Paul…

… Domm. The Huskies came out hitting It left the Wolverines a man in the first period. It was a cal- short ,but, more importantly, it culated strategy against the big- allowed Michigan Tech to play ger…

… Sieradzki (4) and Edgar Rivalin (3) atch developments as John Haines (7) tries to push Wolverine Bruce Koviak out of the play. The uskies' defense clamped the lid on the Wolverines, 3-0. 13 Coach Al Renfrew…

… missed open nets three or four times. But we were skating right with them the whole game. * "They were checking us well. When they take the puck right Frozen The second period, opened with Wolverine

… perfect pass and punched the' puck into the open net from five feet out. The Wolverines hardly ac- knowledged the two-goal deficit 'ONE MORE TIME:'- wrestlers Go Agamit By BILL McFALL Tonight in East…

February 04, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… negotiations are the current impasse is a direct satisfactorily concluded." Lev Alcindor L...... by Jim Forrester Hgot',i cold- ' with the Wolverine Icers IF YOU WOULD have asked "For whom the bell tolls…

…," last Friday night, you would have had to answer the Wolverine hockey team. In what can be fairly described as the most unbelievable com- bination of stupid plays and ineptness ever thrown onto the ice…

… and still called a game, the icers got stomped by Minnesota by a 6-3 count. But if you asked the same question Saturday at about 11 P.M., the inescapable conclusion would be that the Wolverines were…

… 'Gophers put up a good defensive show, but their attack was built around Wolverine mistakes and lazy play. a Cut to the third period Friday. Michigan is behind, 4-3, and on the power play. The Gophers get…

… the puck and Scott Buchan wants to clear it down the ice. Michigan forward Doug Galbraith goes after Buhan, Buchan flicks his wrists and the puck goes over the Wolverine's outstretched stick. Buchan…

… with a shot into the now open right side. Minnesota Coach Glen Sonmor accurately depicted the Wolverine style of play. "When you play as offensively as they do, you're bound to take some chances." Custer…

… took a better chance at the Little Big Horn. After the breakaway, the Wolverine play dropped to a margin of laziness. A jury of little old ladies would 'have hung them for their sluggish play. Cut to…

… Gopher Bill Klatt behind the Michigan net about five minutes after Roddy's score. He is moving back and forth behind the Wolverine goal un- hindered, looking for a friendly brown jersey to pass to in front…

…-existant wing or to the other ,team. THEN CAME SATURDAY NIGHT. If the Wolverines were ter- rible Friday, they were terrifying Saturday. They came out skating and hitting as they hadn't for the entire season. They…

…, but was able to make thesaves. r "We shot several times and that guy didn't even move" said Wolverine defenseman Lars Hansen. The puck would hit a skate or a post or by accident McLacklan would move in…

February 18, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… CORPORATION 2001 Sanford St. MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN An Equal Opportunity Employer leers ] By ELLIOTT BERRY The way yellow jerseys were sprawled all over the ice last night, it seemed as if all the Wolverines had…

…-2 victory. The victory gave Michigan Tech a sweep of their weekend series with the Wolverines, and elimin- Lose making sparkling saves to light the scoreless frame. The Wolverines took the early in the…

… conquering was forgotten yester- day, as Notre Dame's indoor track team left Ann Arbor on the short end of a 76-64 dual meet score. Wolverine coach Don Canham's thinclads got the points in all the places that…

Wolverine athletes. The Wolverines started slowly,' taking only third places it the first two running events. Miler: Steve Bishop and 440 man Paul managed third to keep Notre Dame in the scoring. Pete…

February 21, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

… the tie in the conference be- tween the Wolverines and Ohio State. "I know we'll take the rest of them. We're going to have to take them because I can't count on Ohio State losing any. This is all going…

… to have to come from us." Michigan and Ohio State, each 8-2, have four remaining games in the Big Ten. The Wolverines have only dropped three of their 20 games this year, but all of them DOUBLES…

… the first period Each team pulled in 43 re- bounds. For Minnesota this was :" '-S track an unexpected feat against the Wolverine board-hogs. Trailing by 18 points, 43-25, at intermission, Michigan came…

…, a very fine all-around performer. Dick Giliberto, a free exercise and tumbling specialist, will perform although handi- capped by various injuries this season. Wolverine Fred Sanders will join Rich…

… their usual routines in order to add more difficult moves. But the Wolverines will not be merely experimenting because . I y I Disabled Gymnasts Meet I- I Michigan Union Bowling Lanes .- 11 This…

… The Wolverines should neverthe- less be at top strength when they invade Ohio for two dual meets this weekend. Take on Bearcats Tonight, the tankers are in Cin- cinnati where they challenge the Bearcats…

February 10, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

… points ahead, 88-82, when he tipped in his 36th point, but the Wolverines couldn't cinch it until Herner sank two free throws with just seven seconds showing on the Yost Field House clock. 'M' Moves Up…

… Winning their fourth of seven Big Ten games and 12th of 17 al- together, the Wolverines passed up the Hoosiers in the standings. It was, Indiana's third straight conference loss against three wins and left…

… the Hoosiers with 36 points. Also shown are Tom Cole (31) and Indiana's Tom Bolyard (45). TUNE-UP MEET: Wolverine Swimming Team Opposes Wisconsin on .Road By JIM BERGER After losing the first three…

… Big Ten dual meet victory without a defeat. The Wolverines now have a 5-1 over- all record. The Buckeyes, rated to be one of the weaker teams in the con- ference, began yesterday with three straight…

… season. Wayne Miller, Michigan's 157- pounder, won a 5-3 decision over the Buckeyes' Jay Haas, and Rick Bay easily defeated OSU's Norman Nominee, 8-1. Thus the Wolverines had an 11-9 lead, and the rout was…

… must be pinned for a minimum of two seconds. I Michigan is sweeping throug: its Conference competition. Th closest meet was against North western, which the Wolverine won, 18-10. Michigan's next mee…

…, as did back- stroker Tom Clothier. The Badger 400-yd. freestyle re- lay unit might also be capable of giving their Blue counterparts quite a race, finishing fourth com- pared to the Wolverines' third…

February 05, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 92) • Page Image 9

…. BLOCK Wisconsin came from behind in the last minute of play last night to defeat Michigan's basketball team in a thriller, 81'-78.. It was the fifth such cliffhanger for the Wolverines in Big Ten play…

… noisiest crowd of the season, 9,100 strong, greeted the Wolverines, but couldn't quite urge them on to victory. Although they held a 76-70 advantage with but 4:45 to, play, Wisconsin capitalized on their…

…'s Fred Thomann clipped, Harris under the boards, and the Wolverine forward calmly stepped to the foul line and swished two. The Spartans had just 16 seconds to keep possession of the ball to snatch a one…

… as much as five in the first half, but the Wolverines came back to pop into a 29-87 lead on a 30-footer by guard Bob Cantrell just before the half. The Spartans were ahead at the intermission 33…

…. - Michigan won its third straight Big Ten wrestling dual meet yesterday with a smashing, 26-6 win over Purdue. Saturday the Wolverines trounc- ed highly rated Minnesota, 17-8. Michigan now has a 3-2 'season…

February 24, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

… be a crucial blow against a possible Wolverine championship. "Need- less to say I'm concerned about the injury but we'll have to wait and see what develops," stated Coach Loken. Trampoline, side horse…

… (see arrow). Doyle scored later in the game, which Michigan won 4-2. Attempting to block the shot is Wolverine defenseman Wayne Kartusch (3). Also pictured is Michigan captain Red Berenson. BIG TEN MEET…

…-state rival and give the Wolverines two straight firsts. Ends a Winner Lewis Fenner, Michigan's senior side horse specialist also finished his dual meet career with a flurry by roaring away to another vic- tory…

…- lock with Pittsburgh being the only setbacks. The visitors from Gopher-land, ranked high this winter despite an eighth place season a year ago, won't give the Wolverines a breather before the action…

February 08, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…Saturday, February 8,1969 Icers Brawls mark rough contes1i Special To The Daily HOUGHTON - The Husk- ies of Michigan Tech hit little bit harder and ,skated little bit stronger to down the Wolverine

… icers 4-1 in a bone- crushing penalty+ filled hock- ey game last night. The game was chippy from thb opening faceoff and finally erupt. ed into; a wild brawl in the thirc period featuring Wolverine de…

… the odd man ad- vantage into a goal. Tech buzzes the Wolverine net and tallies twice with Michigan shorthandet while the Wolverines were one again unable to find an effective powerplay combination…

… Michigan goalie Jim Keoug: into the net, for his second goal of the evening. The Wolverines were able tc temporarily tie ,the contest whe: Randy Binnie laced a 30-foote past McRae for Michigan's onl goal of…

February 06, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

… Gerald Fisher. Ferguson contributed two goals in a losing effort, as the Wolverines were snowed under by a hot Spartan team, 7-4. Brian McAndrew scored with Michigan a man short to keep State's lead at…

… wild scramble in front of the Michigan State net. The mix up was re- solved as he poked the puck past Terpey for a score. M Tankers Face Gopher Hex By BOB McFARLAND The Wolverine tankers will play…

… host to Minnesota at Matt Mann Pool today at 2:30 as Michigan attempts to gain revenge for two successive dual meet defeats at the hands of the Gophers. In the 1963 meet the Wolverines were edged by a…

… yesterday. "Michigan is out to proved which is the better team," he added. Robie vs. Richardson Heated competition is expected in the 200-yard butterfly between the Wolverines' Carl Robie and Minnesota…

Wolverines' medley relay team will consist of Ed Bartsch, Robie, Paul Scheerer and Groft. Tankers Hoag, Groft and Walls will compete in the 100-yard free- style. Hoag tied a varsity record his last time out…

… swimming the 100-yard distance in :47.8, and Groft smashed a varsity mark in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of :21.3. Swimming for the Wolverines in the 50-yard freestyle will be Rees Orland, Tom…

… Schwarten and Bob Tanner. Bill Farley and Tom Williams will bear the Wolverine load in the 500-yard freestyle. Farley snap- ped the 200-yard freestyle record and 500-yard freestyle mark for the varsity in the…

… the night. Bright Spots Despite the dismal 7-4 result, there were some bright spots for the Wolverines. Goalie Greg Page, although experiencing mediocre moments, made some great saves. His saves on…

… occasions to block shots be- fore they even got to goalie Page. Tonight the Wolverines travel to East Lansing to do battle with these same Spartans. Michigan, on January 27, beat State on their home ice, 6…

… record unblemished. In what Coach Newt Loken; called "a tremendous team ef- fort," the Wolverines took two firsts and filled in enough other spots with their depth to clinch! the win. "An outstanding thing…

February 18, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…-.35 a little ruisty on the various ap-a 76 h ovrnste Although Hynds had trouble on y over a weak Indiana squad paratuses, but the Wolverine's con- an8..TeWleie hnthe side horse and Lascari lost *day…

… slack n without the services of Larose Wins bringing in points, and won the first place laurals of the Wolverine standouts, Whirling through a fairly tough Tom Osterland excelled in his with ani 86…

… led Wisconsin's scorers- wih1.Cole Rebounds 16 Tom Cole's layup with the 39-38 put the' Wolverines ahead to stay. points, six below his average, but the 6"7" junior pulled down 16 re- bounds. Wisconsin…

… hit a bas- ket. Cantrell was held to eight points in the Wolverines' 49 point second half, but the sophomore speedster played an aggressive defensive game, once falling off the raised floor chasing…

… after the ball. Two other Wolverines were In double figures. Center John Harris, scoreless in the first half, con- nected on 16 points and grabbed Y7 rebounds. Coach Dave Strack's worry that captain Jon…

… connected for 16 pois to lead the Wolverines' second-half surge'. REVENGE! By TOM ROWLAND Special To The Daily EAST LANSING-On the banks of the Red Cedar-sweet revenge: Michigan S t a t e' s undefeated…

…- ing. Barden Clinches Victory Jack Barden, Michigan's man in the pinch, pulled a 3-2 edge in the 177-lb. bout that iced the meet for the Wolverines, who were out to settle the score on the title…

February 28, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 131) • Page Image 10

…'s Wolverines overcame a six point deficit and stopped Il- linois by an 80-79 score here yes- terday. The contest, Michigan's 11th Big Ten victory without a loss, left the Wolverines with an almost clear path to…

… their second con- secutive Big Ten championship, and first outright crown since 1947-8. A howling, cheering, wild mass of 16,128 Illini rooters watched as Bill Buntin kept the Wolverines in the game…

…. They continued of the 23 Wolverine points in the to put the pressure on and it paid second stanza. off in a goal by Marty Read at Split Four the 19:14 mark of the first per- The teams split a quartet of…

…! iod. On a power play, Tom Polon- baskets, and, then, after a Brody ic's shot from the blue line was breakaway it was 72-66 and the deflected out in front by Huskie! stage was set for the Wolverines

…. Read game. "We performed well under took advantage of the situatiOn to pressure. Bill really gave us a poke the puck by Best's prone game with injuries. The loss leaves the Wolverines in fifth place in…

… play like this the Wolverine puckmen lost their fourth straight, 8-2. heckuva game. The Illinois defense had us flat on our feet for a while, but then all of a sudden- zing! " And "zing!" it was as the…

February 28, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… Fail To Hold Early Lead Swimmers Topple OSU Buckeyes Nearly Upset Wolverines; Darnton and Morrow Clinch Victory By DAVE COOK Michigan's hockey team looked ward grimly to powerful Denver er dropping a…

… 4-3 overtime deci- n yesterday afternoon to Min- sota's battling Gophers. The first of the two-game series 11 be tomorrow night at 8 at the )_eum. Gopher winger Myron Grafstrom anned the Wolverines

February 13, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

… - The Wolverine. wrestlers, led by a pin in their first and last matches, overpowered Wisconsin 25-6 yesterday in what assistant coach Rick Bay termed "our best dual meet of the year." The win gave…

… their series with North Dakota in Hougliton to drop into second behind Den- ver who took two from Minnesota Duluth. The Wolverines pulled out a 4-3 overtime win in East Lansing Friday night, then came…

…, when the Wolverines were forced to play catch up,they moved into a 3-0 lead while Keough plugged the goal against 17 Michigan State shots. Six tallies in the final per- iod turned the game into a farci…

… of the afternoon." according to Bay as Wolverine 152-pounder Fred Stehman tan- gled with Mike Gluck, runnerup in the NCAA's last year. With the score tied 2-2 going into the second period, Gluck gained…

… a fast three points to lead 5-2. Stehman Reverses But Stehman came right back with a reversal and predicament to go ahead 6-5. And after the Wolverine senior started the last period with a quick…

… escape, the two grapplers spent the rest of their match in a back and forth tussle, but Stehman came out the victor 7-5. The 160 division saw Wolverine Wayne Hansen "looking real good," according to Bay…

…." The 10-2 Badger victory attested to that. Impressive Victories The last two matches saw im- pressive Wolverine victories-a de- cision by Pete Cornell at 177 and a pin, of course, by Dave Porter at…

February 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967'.' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA01 SEVETJ Icers R By DAVE TICKTON The Michigan Wolverines out- did themselves last night…

… Duluth, 8-2 i 1 Breaks The Michigan skaters finally got those well deserved breaks. For Tankers By DOUG HELLER Tradition went out the window at Matt Mann Pool yesterday as the Wolverine swimmers ripped…

… before the Wolverine tankers. The 84-38 score was significant only it if is remembered that a losing swimming team is ordina- rily guaranteed 19 points for en- tering all the events. Actually, Ohio State…

Wolverine netminder ing moves. more drilled a shot into the upper played. Herman was a bit peeved Jerry Hartman who played an left corner of the net. After Bruce over the second Minnesota goal. outstanding…

… at will to- slapshot was smothered by a div- of players that would have done wards the Bulldog netminder. ing, stick swinging Wolverine de- a telephone booth stuffing team Hartman was next on the other…

… takes anything igan really skated well and you away from the Wolverine effoit, can't argue much with a game like asimprovement was shown in tht"h"ocdd diving, sprinting, and the 500- Their momentum and…

… return of yard freestyle. The Blue won 10 of the friendly break should help the 13 events, and swept eight. Wolverine skaters in the final reg- Blue Chip ular season series next week The inspiration was…

February 10, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 112) • Page Image 7

… hockey team on the other. Result: an unbalanced scale and an outweighed team. Add Bob Baird. and a steady player," Keough of- the Wolverine skaters. The Michigan icers this year are enjoying one of their…

…. Baird has been watching Bob play hockey since his high school days. "I really love, the game and life is very pleasant even in the midst of the hockey season." The Wolverine skaters have played strong…

… have had that little extra nearly every game this year. This team's po- tential has been underestimated. With the steady all-around plat of the Toronto terror, Bob Baird, the Wolverines could go a long…

… much hockey." Slurp The Wolverines have already feasted on the Spartans three times this year, and are looking for a sweep of this weekend's home-and-away series to keep second place North Dakota at bay…

February 17, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 94) • Page Image 10

… see full-time action. George Kirkwood, their all- american goalie, has averaged a mere 18 saves per game as com- pared to Denver's opponents' 37. The Wolverine's, under coach Al Renfrew, have. also had…

… a fine season thus far this year. Solidly in second place in the league standings, for the moment, Michigan would like nothing bet- ter than to sweep or even split the upcoming series. The Wolverines

… send the Pioneers home dis- appointed. WOLVERINES FAVORED: Undefeated Gymnasts Host Minnesota .4> By DAVE KIMBALL Illinois domination and bring Minnesota, however, lacks the three lady performers…

… Michigan figures to As an added attraction a weak Minnesota squad today in In Minnesota the Wolverines have one of Its easiest meets of Donna Schoenzer. Miss a 4 p.m.. contest at the Sports will be meeting a…

… have little gular home meet of the season gymnasts, while Misses enjoyed their best day of the sea- trouble subduing the Golden Go- for 'the Wolverines before the Big zer and Caron have pla son Monday…

… during the meet. The in the country. top five teams in the NCAA this ity practically eliminated its chan- year. ces of giving as good a showing Illini Tops this year. The Wolverines, in top form Gopher…

… include Dick Stone and Captain Hockey - MICHIGAN vs. Denver, here 8:00 p.m. Illinois for the past 12 years. Al- Bob Schwartzkopf. Stone finished Swimming - MICHIGAN vs. Indiana, there though Wolverine teams…

February 10, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 89) • Page Image 10

… Butts. Penaltywise the Wolverines have been terrors chalking up 268 pen- alty minutes on 106 penalties. Ber- enson leads again in this depart- ment with 38 minutes. However, Palenstein with. 22 minutes…

… more in the The;Wolerins dpose Mine-of fierce battles between The olvrins deose Mine-Wolverine defensemen scored. five bitter enemies. As expo sota'"from the much desired spot of the Michigan goals…

…, after scor- Wolverines were treated behind Denver by spanking the in only" one .in the first 14, games.lyaaSoiisatai Qophers ;4-3 and 9-3 in ,a pair' of MuyhaAlie convenionwhnthey aeR wild games. A two…

… ;week .lay-off.Thufist Ae smchlkconSpataon-lanothe e for exams took, its toll, however, the rt game se emschad'ke oSpth -laseries.e as the sluggish Wolverines had 'to plaed two Meinnth eapol sh d week…

… won ove~r the, Wolverines'b) raking the goals as the' Wolverines over- games in the league as Spatan 5- an 73, nd ainngcame a Gopher, lead and. even- to the Michigan's nine asprtans 5-2 and 7-3,andginn…

… minutes left.,nliil lived up to all its advance billings The Wolverines, riled by the up- The Michigan Atlik as the two teams entertained -ca- start gophers, were dressed to kill partment annlounced y…

February 21, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 120) • Page Image 8

… hence. for the team. past three weekends, against Leaning over to the optimistic ota, Michigan Tech, and point of view for Ann Arbor hock- ota again, the Wolverines ey freaks, Michigan coach Al Ren- hown…

… we're ready to make a move." North Dakota certainly poses a solid threat, but coach Renfrew says the Wolverines have "b e e n practicing hard and it just pays off." By TERRI FOUCHEY Wolverine swim…

… bril- liance for the Buckeye diving corps. Bruce comments, "Our div- ing is erratic but sometimes excel- lent; we're striving for more con- sistency.'" Wolverine divers Dick I s BE- I OWR H DTE L0N TAYE…

… the excellence in the but- terfly, strong sprinters, and over- all team balance as the reasons for the Wolverines being "too tough for us." However, he does expect improvement in his strong events such…

… events t h e y will swim there. The Wolverines, also are hoping for a rest. The Buckeyes have never swum well in Ann Arbor and aren't like- ly to tonight. Therefore, the Wol- verines will probably get t h…

… best chance for the Wolverines against their Boreal foe lies in the exuberant spirit of Michigan coed Sadie Dopex, "Tune in! Turn out! and besides if you get bored you can always throw hot pennies onto…

… the ice." TRACK. DUAL: p -Daily-Andy Sacks MICHIGAN ICER Barney Pashak mixes it up with Minnesota in front of the Gopher goal during their last confrontation in Ann Arbor, which the Wolverines won…

February 09, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… RWith 'Best Performance' By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI Although the Wolverine track team did not make a spectcular showing in Saturday's Michigan Federation Relays, they did dis- play evidence of a g r o w i n g…

… March 5-6. Brown Places The Wolverine coach was es- pecially pleased with dashman Willie Brown who "looked great" in finishing second to teammate Dorie Reid who ran a :06.3 in the 60-yard dash. Brown was…

… bothered with injuries all last season and appears to finally have overcome them. Highly-regarded sophomore Dave Cooper added a fourth in the event. The Wolverines also finished 1-2-4 in the shot put as…

… posed stiffer competi- I was very happy with theion. Keen, however added with teams performance . . . it was the: a smile "Spaly could have take best of the year, 'the Wolverine him too " mentor said…

…. Saturday, the Wolverines jump but couldn't put the puck in the the Michigan lead. When Bernard In Joloe hb decsioning ed off to a 2-0 lead on goals by net. got the baton Michigan was far in veteran Jim Hnath…

February 11, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1964 PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA~. FEBRUARY 11, 1964 Illinois' Zone Press Fails To Jar Wolverines E U R OP E. Don't assume the first…

… desperation measure, so I was a bit surprised when they kep trim ARCADE BARBERS NICELSARCADE threw it at us so early in the game," he continued. Illinois coach Harry Combes had seen the Wolverines go down to…

Wolverine wrestlers made up for it. Saturday, the matmen tossed aside Ohio State, 19-10, at Colum- bus, for their fifteenth straight college win. The Wolverines will meet perennial rival Iowa, Satur- day, in…

…, wrestling at 137 lbs., put away Buckeye Joe Piccioni in the third match of the afternoon to give the Wolverines their first lead, 6-3. Wilcox's pin followed a some- wht shaky start by the Wolverines, who…

…-bs.-Wilcox (M) pinned Pic- cioni at 5:20. 147-lbs.--Feiock (M) draw with Bliss, 5-5. 157-lbs-Miller (M) dec. Nominee, I Following Johannesen's win and Wilcox's pin Wolverine Tony Fei- ock fought 147…

February 23, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

… East Lans- ig tonight and the second at the: oliseum tomorrow night, will be 1e second such meeting between ie two teams. Off the Pedestal The first time the Wolverines ced the Spartans earlier this onth…

…, the ,Up-staters were rid- ig high on a 6-1-1 league record nd were beginning to look like ie surprise team of the year. Aft- the Wolverines stopped them, 3 and 5-1, however, the Spar- ns seemed to loose…

… either. --Daily-Bruce Taylor NO SPRINGS-HONEST: Short for his abilities, but generously endowed with talent, Wolverine center John Harris got what he came for-two points, despite the efforts of Wisconsin…

February 13, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 91) • Page Image 10

… as a shock to nearly every Wolverine fan, and undoubtedly even to some that knew only that the speedy Newport News senior was accus- tomed to winning. The Michigan sports world could once again breathe…

…-The Wolverines finish- ed in second place with 48 points, seven points less than the victor- ious Broncos of Western Michi- gan, and only one-half point bet- ter than the third place Spartans, not considered a…

… East Lansing on March 3? Western had a full team in uni- form for the meet. They went out to win 'the Relay title and did. Wolverine Coach Don Canham started north on Saturday morn- ing with one idea in…

…. run; Al Ammerman tied for fourth in the high jump; while Wolverine shot putter Roger Schmidt just missed a place with a nice toss of over 50 feet. In the -Big Ten meet, Canham will train and work the…

… shot 48.3 per cent from the floor, a little below its usual 50 per cent average, compared to the Wolverines' 36.5. The game started out as if the Buckeyes would blast Michigan' right off the court. With…

February 28, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

… other serious title conten- dter. The Houston stars flexed their muscles two weeks ago as they swept to a 62-39 dual meet victory over the Wolverines at Bloom- ington. As in the' dual meet, it will be…

…, butterfly, and backstroke. Michigan should bene- fit by the addition of at least the first three and possibly the fourth. Wolverine Captain, Frank Leg- acki is the defending conference champion at both the…

…. Wolverine Juniors Jim Kerr and DIVING CLUB MEETS The Scuba Diving Club will hold its first meeting of the year tonight at 7:30 in the 3rd floor conference room of the Michigan Union. Dennis Floden could both…

… done :49.4. Steve Thrasher and Dave Heizer are Wolverine point possibilities. Sintz, Troy if he enters, and Alan Somers of Indiana should all place high in the 220 although the best time, 2:02.0, belongs…

… championships. Teammate Win Pendleton fin- ished third in the conference 1500 race last year and is also a threat in the 440. John Dumont and War- ren Uhler will probably be the other Wolverine entries in the dis…

… soul possession of Charles Pond and his remark- able Illinois gymnastics squads. This week-end in Ann Arbor, Pond and friends will be attemp- ting to make it 12 in a row, and Loken's Wolverines are thie…

… the outstanding Gopher performers was Herb Lo- ken, younger brother of the cur- rent Wolverine coach, Long List Since then, led by a list of stars that reads like a combination of United States and…

February 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…- gan State Saturday afternoon in Varsity Exhibition Pool in the first dual meet of the second semester. The new look will be provided by four new men who were not eligible to swim for the Wolverines

… Athletics. No action is expected in this matter until next week and' his eligibility will be in doubt un- til then. The addition of Webster to the Wolverine roster could be a key factor in Michigan's bid for…

… returning to Finland. "We could have used Kaykho," Wolverine Coach Gus Stager said, "but he just seemed to lose in- terest and never made grades." Cincinnati Snaps Streak; Wings Lose to Boston eA GRIMLY…

… DETERMINED - Wolverine freestyler Andy Morrow watches intently at a Michigan practice session in Varsity Pool. Morrow, who regained his eligibility this smeester, is a welcome addition to Coach Gus Stager…

…, the National Basket- in the Big Ten Meet and both Hall and USC's Gerry Tobian in the NCAA. If the two Wolverines are able to beat their opposition Michigan's chances for retaining their titles will be…

… goal of the night one minute from the end. r Tidwell Tops Wolverine Iasketballers in Scoring John Tidwell still leads the Wolverine basketball team in scoring according to the latest Michigan scoring…

February 10, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

… in a 20-footer at Spartan goalie Eldon Von pybrook wasn't fast enough to op. Less than three minutes later, e Wolverines tallied again as ed Berenson hit the nets for the rst of his two goals. The…

… of the air ith his stick at the defensive blue ne and passed ahead to Berenson. The second period was just as fast and hard, but the Wolverines began to lose some of their edge. They were at their…

Wolverine junior set an being only the leading American Olympio championships in Augu American record in the 200 meter swimmer at the moment. breaststroke this past summer as As a result of winning the AAU…

… friendly with the coaches and athletes, with the additional thrill of seeing your name in print. Tonight's meeting will be high- lighted with a talk by Wolverine track coach Don Canham, who is considered to…

February 02, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

… night in the second game of the Michigan double- header. the Ramblers of Loyola in Chicago in sixteen games. Stadium last night. The Ramblers jumped off to The Wolverine's demise was a a 14-7 lead at 5…

…:15 in the first result of many factors, and Mich- half, puncturing the Wolverines igan Coach John Orr was par- kaleidoscope zone with pinpoint ticularly unhappy about one of passes. The passes were fed…

… intentionally fouled M and awarded the Loyola fo two free throws. He converte of the two shots to put L ahead by four. The Wolverines came back the score 89-89 in the next seconds as Dennis Stewart 15 foot jumper…

… unprotected middle of Michigan's zone. Fuller finished with 35 points, high for the game, while Moody had 22. Sullivan led the Wolverines in Loyola frequently caught t h e scoring with 31 points, his best…

Wolverines off guard with its fast break, and made motions of run- ning away with the game. They extended their lead to 16, points with about half the period over. The Wolverines cane back to a 41-31 deficit…

… surprise challenge from Michigan State at East Lan- sing yesterday afternoon to win 66-57. Then last night at Matt Mann Pool, the Wolverine squad humiliated Illinois 82-32. When Michigan Coach Gus Stager…

… Michigan's Coach Gus Stager did a lot of favors for the Illinois swim team during the match at Matt Mann Pool last night. But the Wolverines still managed to obliterate the Illini by 50 points. Illinois…

February 12, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… RICK STERN. Special To The Daily EVANSTON - Shooting 50 per cent from the field, Big Ten co- leader Northwestern rolled past a drastically off-target Wolverine quintet 105-82 here yesterday. Michigan…

… from the line, also a season low. The game was so neat a replay of Michigan's 93-73 pasting by the Wildcats a month ago that ex- pedient Wolverine coach Dave Strack might have saved money by sending a…

… grabbed 12 re- bounds. All-America candidate Jim Burns only scored 12 points, but the Wildcats didn't need him anyway... For the Wolverines, Craig Dill scored the first eight points and finished as game…

…. Consistently Wolverine defend- ers fell behind their men and had to foul to keep them from scoring. At the half, Michigan had 14 fouls while Nortwestern had committed only nine. Both Wolverine ball handlers…

…. Jumping like a trampolinist, he consistently had position on the taller Wildcat front-liners and more than once went up for second and third tips. Desperately hoping to escape the cellar, the Wolverines

… State skat- ers blasted the Wolverine icers last night 5-1, you can't refer to the Spartans as the 'defending NCAA champs.' They looked more like thej NCAA champions of '66-'67. "We just jelled," a…

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