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February 25, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 25, 1971 ~ Page Eig t T E MI HIG N D ILY hur day Feb uar 25 19 Wolverine tankers _. ready 1 ut t EI lunch "nort novek Don't take unnecessary…

… in By RANDY PHILLIPS The 1971 swimming dual meet season ended quite similarly for the Wolverines as the 1970 cam- paign. Michigan went 10-1 for the year, placed second to Indiana in the Big Ten…

… that the Wolverine Tankers can hold off main challenger Ohio State, despite a dual meet win over them. It appears that the Buckeyes will present the most formidable opposition to Michigan; but how can…

… that be after last week's humiliation of the Bucks 74-49? Wolverine Coach Gus Stager gave his reasons before the OSU meet, "We know we can win the dual meet, but we're concerned about them (OSU) at the…

…, it is Ohio State. Two years ago Michigan went into Columbus - that nasty place - to take on the Bucks in a dual meet. It appeared to be . a sure win for the Wolverines- at least on paper. But an extra…

… the Wolverine's strong points all season long. Stager is counting on the diving events for some needed points. In preparation for the Big Tens, Billboard Saturday's basketball game between Michigan and…

February 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 - , - - - - a olMdmWlN Indiana Green BY GEORGE! George Hastings - Those gutty Wolverines: down but not…

Wolverines have not seen it played against them this year. -The Hoosiers are now in command of the Big Ten. Sure, Indiana had a lot of things going for them. The Hoosiers had their sparkling Assembly Hall…

… Michigan in the biggest game yet of the Big Ten season. Steve Green was utterly fantastic, running around and shooting over the parade of Wolverine defenders who made attempts to cover him, in a performance…

… statistics were undistinguished, and Indiana coach Bob Knight did not bother to bring him off the bench even once in the first game against the Wolverines. But yesterday, Benson was everything Knight had…

…. Of course, Indiana was not the only team on the court at Bloomington. The Wolverines did not go down without a fight, and not without a few bad breaks. A pair of missed layups and a foolish offensive…

… visiting squad to make up in Assembly Hall. Still, the gutty Michigan team did not lose its poise, and when the Wolverines crawled back to within four points visions of yet aonther Maize and Blue miracle…

… materialized. But stripped of their play-making guard, and with no-one capable of slowing down Green or Benson, the Wolverines were just not about to win this game. Orr was gracious and dignified in defeat…

…. Unlike many times last year, his squad had been beaten by a better team, not by its own poor attitude. Even though the Hoosiers seem to have a wide inside track to the Big Ten title, the Wolverines are not…

… more of a long shot than was the chance back in October that this Wolverine team would be 16-4 on Feb. 17. folds (Continued from Page 1) in the game was costly as play- making guard Joe Johnson was lt…

… for Michigan to catch up, and the Wolverines just didn't have any left. The Hoosiers ran off eight straight points to take a 73-57 lead and, for all prac- tical purposes, bury the depleted Wolverines

February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'s great series sweep of Michigan Tech last week was a great show, but can the Wolverines follow it when rival Colorado College hits town this weekend? Anyone who saw the Wolverines play last weekend would…

…- been doing for the Wolverines th ers have found the going tough season. The outspoken sophomor against the Wolverines, who have center is the leading scorer fc the size and strength to handle Michigan…

… the playoffs, the W feels that Colorado may have a bit verines are fortunate that the more speed than the Wolverine: icers. But he also feels that he has a definite physical edge, and after Gary Kardos…

… Minnesota - Duluth. he Coming off last weekend, though, ee the Wolverines have to feel that ol- they can beat anyone. All they ey have to do is prove it. Minnesota Manrn men One area where Michigan's in- 1…

… coach Jeff Sauer knew very little of the Wolverines' individual players, but Moore was an excep- tion. Sauer considers him out- standing. . : i 1 , : .; fl ,(. ( . . i ! , i By BILL CRANE The Michigan…

…- night and offers little or no com- petition for the Wolverines. Mich- igan Coach Gus Stager says, "This may be the worst Minne- sota team in vear meets as decision - making events where diving coach Dick…

… Kimball and I have to limit our squad and decide what will be best for the team," Stager said seriously. Tomorrow the Wolverines do face some tough competition in a hot Ohio State team. The Buck- eyes are…

… Jim Nahrgang (2) in last Saturday's 4-3 Wolverine victory. Tech goalie Jim Warden (hidden) smothered the puck, thwarting Fal- coner and his teammates on this offensive thrust. This weekend the…

February 03, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

…. The Number One ranked Hawkeyes blew the Wolverine grapplers out, 32-12 last night at Crisler Arena. Gra ppl ers p inned By BOB EMORY' Special to The Daily HOUGHTON - The theme for this year's Winter…

… Carnival at Michigan Tech has to do with movies, and the Huskies' hockey team got in on the spirit of things last night by adding a Hollywood touch of their own, beating the Wolverines in overtime, 5…

… College in the battle for fifth place in the WCHA stan- dings. For the Wolverines, it was another disappointing loss in a game they had several chances to win. John Olver had taken a pass from Dan Lerg in…

… a loose puck before Rockwell smothered it. Merkosky's winning score came after Wolverines defenseman John Waymann was whistled off for a holding call at 7:44 of the overtime period. "I didn't see the…

… complained about it when they were here last weekend, but nothing seems to-get done about it." The two teams meet for a rematch this afternoon due to the Winter Car- nival. By PETER LEININGER Wolverine

… himself out.. . he just had no gas at the end of the match." THE HAWKEYES jumped out of the gate, taking the first six matches, and ran up a 30-2 lead over the Wolverines. The first three matches of the…

… night were decided by pins. "I thought we looked super until 158," stated Gable. "We don't have one starter from last year until 167," said Bahr. "They're (Iowa) an experienced group." The Wolverines

February 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 110) • Page Image 8

… excellent job considering that she By ALAN FANGER of the season. between sessions, several Wolverines, hadn't worked out in ten days," Ponto The twok team dominance of the most notably Flom and Forrestel…

…, scoring 131.90 points to the Ilitni's 131.10. The Wolverines. meet overshadowed fine performances by Wolverine all-arounders Sara Flom, Colleen Forrestel, and Mia Axon. The tumblers slipped up on the bars…

… periods of their WCHA game last night. The Wolverines trailed after the first period, 2-1, with Doug Todd gathering the goal. But Mark Miller and Bill Wheeler tallied at 40 seconds and 10:02 respectively to…

… be rat your College iFebruary 14, 1979 WOLVERINE GOAL: QUALIFYRELAYERS Thinclads trek to Spartan Relays By STAN BRADBURY Michigan's men's track team takes to the road again today as they travel to…

…. ASSISTANT TRACK Coach Ron Warhurst said Michigan is placing most emphasis on relays in this meet. The Wolverines will be sending competitive teams to the line in each relay but, "only a few really good people…

…." Warhurst said that the tracksters also hope to qualify a mile relay team for the NCAA's at today's meet. He ad- ded that next weekend at the Central Collegiate Championship the Wolverines are going to load…

… up in the distance medley relay and would probably qualify. THE WOLVERINES are already represented in three events at the NCAA's. Mike Lattany is in the high jump, Tim Thomas is in the half mile, and…

… by PAM MARKS MICHIGAN'S BRIAN LUNDBERG (3) passes off to his teammates in a game against Denver way back in November when Michigan split the Ann Arbor series. The Wolverines and the Pioneers tangled in…

February 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

… numerous The Wolverine men's omdoor track Tim Thomas, the Wolverines' top half track clubs and unattached perfor- team appeared in fine form yesterday miler, also took honors in his specialty mers. m the…

Wolverine Invitational several with a time of 1:51.9. Thomas surged to The Wolverine squad looked par- performers took firsts the e opening the lead early in the race and withstood ticularly strong in the…

… of W om en w n preliminaries. 4:05.8. He also said that next year all The final Wolverine victory in the fir- preliminaries would be run in the early st six events was recorded by the shut- first ever…

… time, 3:59.31. -. MICHIGAN WAS especially strong in the relays, winning all three: the 440-yard in 50.88 seconds, the 880-yard in 1: 50.68, and the mile 5 Individual Wolverine winners were Yy . Marianne…

… the 60- h . yard dash in 7.02 seconds and Rene Turner in the 60-yard hurdles with a time of 8.36 seconds. Coming up on the Wolverine ~~~~~~~~~~~~..schedue.i............... in…

… during action at the Wolverine Invitational last night. last year's eighth-place finish. ,-WOL(ERINES SECOND INS TA TE: ti r} i? t d s n n e n Y 0 D y t f i f The Michigan Daily-Saturday, February 24…

… Rudy Varvari inside, as the Bulldogs decimated the Wolverines, 12- 3 in front of a home crowd of 5,436 last night at Duluth Arena. Nothing could stop the Bulldogs as they teared the Wolverines apart in…

February 02, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

… in his arsenal that would have been better off left at home. For the first time this year, his Michigan Wolverines opened with a zone defense. The Wolverines also unleashed a three-guard lineup con…

…- sisting of Steve Grote, Dave Baxter and Joe Johnson at the end of yesterday's first half. The Wolverines, who have had to overcome a height dis- advantage all year, went right to a zone in the first minutes…

…, blistered the Wolverine defenses with excellent perimeter bombing. The junior guard, subpar in the last few games, explained' the drastic' changes he's made to crack his slump. "I've tried a lot of things to…

… their counterparts 33-16. Lack of height and rebounding strength has plagued the Wolverines all season, proving fatal against Indiana, Minne- sota, and now Purdue. If Michigan is to have any chance for a…

… LAFAYETTE - Bruce Parkinson broke a season-long scoring slump and sophomore forward Gerald Thomas came off the bench to dominate the boards, as the Purdue Boiler- makers sped past the Michigan Wolverines 75…

… mononucleosis, grab- bed a game high nine rebounds and chipped in 12 points. Hoping to contain their tall- er foes, the Wolverines opened the game in a 1-2-2 zone de- fense. But in the early go- ing, the caroms…

…-63. With the momentum flowing to Mich- With five mnutes gone, the strategy would enable the Boil- igan, Purdue wisely called Wolverines held a 14-11 lead, ers to blow Michigan out of time out. but in the…

… thought we The Wolverines could not igan rebounded, and on the re- played better in the second half match Purdue's 50 per cent first turn Johnson again drove the except for the first five min- half shooting…

…-rebounded M .*.. ... .. ...:............... Michigan 21-10, with Thomas, center John Garrett, and for- i wards W a l t e r Jordan and 1 der IWayne Walls decisively out- m ling their Wolverine coun- terparts. n…

…. ne other split this weekend as Minnesota-Duluth defeated tor d ae three-guard fese. Coach Dan Farrell's dekers last night 3-2. The Wolverines Orr said he made the move to add quickness, since the best…

February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…/, I1 9/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Wolverines stagger past W ildcats, 82-81 I r The best laid schemes .. . gang aglee By AL SHACKELFORD Northwestern's domesticated Wildcats might have…

… shuffle amidst Michigan's numerous bumbles. The Wolverines were leading the Wildcats 67-49 with 9:30 left, but came apart at the seams and were outscored 32-15 the rest of the way. Michigan's downhill slide…

… from close in. Sibley put a kink in Michigan's offense by pressuring Dan Fife so that the Wolverine guard had trouble getting the ball to Henry 4 Wilmore, the offensive whirlwind. Dominating play at both…

… that Michigan is getting the traditional "front-runner headache." "The reason we weren't smooth today is the 6-0," commented Orr. In other words, everyone is gunning for the Wolverines and the Wolverines

…. Orr was not pleased at his squad's lack of aggressiveness against Northwestern (Michi- gan was outrbounded 4843) and indicated that the Wolverines were la little too loose before the game. "The players…

… may be the answer to Michigan's third-guard problem. Still, as Orr commented, "any win is a good one." Yester- day's cliffhanger put the Wolverines at 6-0 in the Big Ten and, coupled with Purdue's 85…

…-81 conquest of dangerous Indiana, make them look more and more like the real thing. Every week those dreams of seeing the Wolverines in the NCAA Tournament come March get harder to put down. Hoosiers knock off…

Wolverine center Ken Brady. Michigan seemed to have an easy victory in hand after an ear- ly second half spurt built the Wolverines' lead up to 67-49 with' 9:45 remaining. But then things changed. Orr…

… Brady was playing with four fouls. The Wolverines came back to SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: AL SHACKELFORD life and held the lead by no fewer than six points until Crandall moved Northwestern to within…

February 18, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

…, the Wolverines put on a good performance and Michigan Coach Johnny Orr went right to the heart of the matter when said, "We hustled out there all the way, which is something we haven't done in the last…

… couple of games." THE WOLVERINES needed that hustle, too, as their big man, Rudy Tomjanovich, had another off night. Tomjanovich, who was dogged by the Rockets' 6-3 forward Mike Murnen when he went outside…

… said, "but we thought we could do a better job on the other guys." Far more important than their scoring, however, was the way Fife and Henry keyed the Wolverine fast break. Quickness was again part of…

… the Wolverines game, and the Wolverine guards can take a large part of the credit for putting the speed back into the Wolverines game. "They got the ball down the court a lot quicker than they have in…

… Henry did their job on defense, too. The Wolverines came out in a full court press for much of the second half, and Fife and Henry spearheaded that press. The two guards were largely responsible for the…

… poise out there and that hurt us." Orr also credited the Wolverines' press, which took the form of both a, zone and a man to man, as being instrumental in the game. EVEN WHEN the Rockets broke the press…

…, the Wolverines backcourt duo were back there on defense. "Henry did a great job cutting off the baseline drive," Orr noted. And Fife, for his part, ripped off eight rebounds, second highest on the team…

…, with all but two coming off the defensive board. But the two guards shouldn't get all the credit for the Wol- verines' effort on defense. The Wolverines turned in their best defensive effort of the…

February 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

…, but left the floor in defeat. The Wolverine Hustle just couldn't compete with the Badger' Bounce, as Wisconsin beat Michigan 6-4. With the- game tied 4-4 at the start of the third period, defenseman Bob…

… went in front of the Wolverines 5-4. But, with Varvari off the ice and six Blue icers pressuring Wisconsin goal keeper Roy Schultz for a tying score, Badger Dave Speer shot the puck down the ice. It…

… glided into the empty Wolverine net at 19:31, thus icing the Wisconsin victory. "Schultz had a hot hand,"-com- mented Badger coach Bob Johnson. "He looked good tonight, as he did last night (in…

… period, Michigan employeddthe Wolverine Hustle, to tie the gafne up after 40 minutes of play. THE WOLVERINES wasted no time at the start of the second stanza, scoring their first goal 29 seconds into the…

February 23, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

… the Wolverines' expert foul shooting minutes before that had maintained their lead. Michigan went the last five minutes and 41 seconds of the contest without a basket. But C. J. Kupec and White sank six…

… consecutive free throws to keep the Wolverines in front. Then the cagers' foul-shoot- ing touch deserted them and Northwestern rallied to within one point of the lead on Billy McKinney's jumper with 13 sec…

… through with a Debol. clutch 6-5 victory victory over But Denver capitalized on ac the Michigan Wolverines last poor Wolverine clearing pass night at Yost Ice Arena. as forward Dave RobinsonI The loss…

…- even the score 2-2 at the end of gan coach Dan Farrell to use the period. back-up goaltender Rick Palm- Then came the disastrous sec- er in place of regular Robbie ond period for the Wolverines, Moore…

… Rick Palmer, as he appeared to fan on a soft shot by Tom Zajac from outside the Michigan blue- line. Despite the large deficit, however, the Wolverines snap- ped out of their doldrums and came to life…

…. They tallied twice before the second period ended, narrowing the margin to 5-4. The Wolverines couldn't tie the game, however, largely be- cause of some very fine net- minding by Denver's Bob Lieg…

February 26, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… versus the freewheeling running game that the Wolverines employ. Both teams lead the Big Ten in their chosen pursuits. Favoring a 1-3-1 zone trap among a variety of zones and traps, Minnesota's scanty 57…

… Brady, John- son and Lockard. Although not as polished as their Minnesota coun- terparts, the Wolverines are quick- er, "more willing to make things happen," as Wolverine assistant coach Fred Snowden put…

…, forcing Michigan to play the Goph- er deliberate style, then Minnesota should be in fine shape at the con- clusion of the contest. However, if the Wolverines can run and continue to gun with suc- cess, then…

… on while teammate Ken Brady -fights for the ball during the Wolverines 105-83 pasting of Illinois. Wilmore will attempt to duplicate his 31 point performance of that contest when the Wolverines take on…

… Minnesota today. IRISH ROMP: Visiting Icers fall gain -Daily-Rolfe Tessem WOLVERINE CENTER Ken Brady cans a layup in the Wolver- ines thumping of Illinois two weeks ago while Bill Morris (35) hopelessly…

… looking for-. ward to the clash of the Michigan freshman basketball team with Michigan State Monday night for some time, but the Wolverines can't afford to be looking ahead when they take on Central Michi…

…- gan today at Crisler Arena in a game preceding the Michigan- Minnesota varsity duel. The Wolverines have a perfect 10-0 record, but the CMU frosh came very close to marring it when the two teams met Feb…

… early 27.45 to 26.70 lead. But the smile on Coach Loken's face faded as MSU outscored the Wolverines by one point in the side horse. Despite Kaziny's classy 9.35 and Gura's 9.05, Michigan, as a result of…

… Marti's surprising and unfortunate 7.45, could not match State's consistency. Faced with a situation they had not encountered since Iowa, the Wolverines broke the Spartan lead with fine performances on…

… class with the Wolverines, and besides matching two of the better frosh teams in the country in a tradi- tional Michigan - Michigan St~ate rivalry, the game offers one of the state of Michigan's classic…

February 13, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… MICHAEL OLIN Auburn Hills Junior College trucked their ol' Nike selves into Crisler Arena yesterday only to be blasted far into outer space by the Wolverine Freshmen, 125-69. The Nikes, members of the…

… fuse while hardly work- ing up a good sweat. Wolverine Coach Dick Honig commented, "We talked about it before the game, and pretty much knew we were going to beat them." The contest marked the 1lth…

… victory for the baby maplemen without a defeat, and was also their fifth straight hundred point' showing. The squad has now won more games than any other Fresh- man team in Michigan history. The Wolverines

…- Wolf proceeded to illustrate that ed to the basket for the fiPs even Wolverine substitutes were rocket burn of the afternoon. Hw- much for over-matched Auburn too mc o vrmthdAbr ever, there was no…

… afterburn as Hills. On his first chance to go the Wolverines came back to reel to off five straight buckets (two by jt he boards, he pulled down Ash-3 forward Dough Asworts to m y worth's errant shot, hooped…

February 05, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… and no defense spelling the Wolverines' down- fall. It took the Fighting Irish two and a half periods however to show that they were any better. WITH THE score deadlocked 1-1,. Irish defenseman Dan…

… puck high into the right corner of the net and the crowd at Yost erupted. That was the last anyone heard of the 9 crowd. 2 The Wolverines started the game slowly and it took them over four minutes to get…

February 14, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

…'s Wolverines blew Purdue off itsy own court, 81-74. The win made Michigan a strong fav- orite to cop the Big Ten Playing most of the game without s u p e r Sophomore Henry Wilmore who was plagued with foul…

… trouble, the Wolverines featured an amaz- ingly balanced attack with three of its other four starters, Ken Brady, Dan Fife and Wayne Grabiec throwing in 19 points each. Wilmore did manage to add 12 in the…

February 12, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

….' Minnesota-Duluth saw to that last rlight with a six to one victory over the icers for a sweep of the two game series after an eight to seven overtime trium- ph on Friday. WOLVERINE GOALIE Frank Zim- merman…

… Michigan State and Minnesota.-AP WHILE THE WOLVERINE netmin- der did all he could to keep UMD off the scoreboard, his teammates were having no luck getting on the board. Michigan took 11 shots on the…

… Bulldogs Rich Heinz, most of them nother strong shots in close, however, the, Wolverines could not beat Heinz. For the second straight evening Michigan didn't look like a team harrassed by a slump after the…

… first 20 minutes. But as was the case Friday night the Wolverines somehow managed to louse up a number of scoring opportunities, which would have changed the complexion of the game completely. INSTEAD OF…

…. Yesterday the Wolverines fell to the Spartans because the entire MSU squad outplayed Michigan for most of the game, sending the Spartans back to East Lansing with a 85-71 runaway. "Wegot outhustled today…

…," head coach Dan Fife said. "When the ball's loose and they (MSU) have three guys going after it and we only have three pairs of eyes, you don't get many." It appeared that the Wolverines were going to…

February 22, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

… the road, the Wolverines reeled o five straight victories over Pitt burgh, Ohio U., Ohio State, North western, and Indiana. The first half of the seaso gave Bay a good indication tha his team would be…

… were recorde over Illinois, Minnesota and Wis an consin, while Purdue was also co ,e quered 19-12. Probably the mos important match of the season sa- s' he Wolverines tie Iowa on thi of road 15-15. The…

… MENDRYGAL, seen here working oni escape from Ohio Michigan wrestlers recently completed Mendrygal's easier University's Steve Wolfe, was one of t to post wining records in the Wolverine dual meet season…

… Thanks to Notre Dame's double defeat at the hands of Denver, and Michigan's series split with Wis- consin, the Wolverine hockey team now finds itself in its best shape of the season. With only four games…

… remaining, the Wolverines are currently tied with Colorado for seventh place in the WCHA standings. The Irish, who host the Wolver- ines next weekend, have now fallen into sole possession of ninth place and…

… will need a two-game sweep over Michigan to give them a good shot at making the post season playoffs. After taking a 5-1 thrashing Fri- day night, the Wolverines moved back into the playoff race by out…

February 03, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

…, the Michigan Wolverines finally got their first rout of the Big Ten campaign. The combina-' tion of an excellent Michigan performance and a horrible Illinois t e a m resulted in a 101-77 slaughter that…

… vaulted; the Wolverines into a tie for first place with Purdue. free throe The Michigan coaches tried very fore the a hard to be concerned for this game. reply.i Before the action, assistant coach The Illh…

… hesitation. Campy Russell scored 22 points Kupec was also a rebounding his season average, to lead ;he terror, garnering 17 boards to Wolverine attack. Kupec added 1t lead the Wolverines in that vital and…

…, tallied nine scribed as "the most physical apiece. game I've been in this year." Yesterday's game marked the All the Illini hopes of holding the first time that the Wolverines were margin v a n i s h e d…

…'ig the game, "It's about time m e for the Wolverines, with Russell routed somebody." NIGHT EDITOR: ws for good measure be- mazed Illinois team could ni did try to right them- owever. On a sequence of t…

… had to be seen to be Rick Schmidt fooled the officials with a goal-tend-; t and a free throw. Illi- the gap to nine but thatl lose as they would ever Wolverines got quickly gear. Lionnel Worrell ve…

… throws that helped send Michigan to the locker room holding a 44-32 half- time lead. Illinois had used a zone on the Wolverines in the first half. Coach Harv Schmidt switched his team to a man-to-man in…

February 14, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 115) • Page Image 8

…, Woody Hayes would have helped the Buckeyes of Ohio State who were literally outclassed by the Wolverine gymnasts by the score of 163.85 to 150.10. It was the ex- cellent performance by the three, all…

… event except the side horse, the Wolverines easily surpassed the 27-point plateau. The pace was set in the very first event, the free exercise, as Michi- gan's Gura led all scorers with a 9.25, pacing the…

Wolverines over the Buckeyes, 27.4 to 25.85. Gura, Terry Boys (9.1) and McCurdy (9.05) all performed more chal- lenging routines than did the Buck- eyes who seemed content to score in the 8-point range, except…

… for all arounder Jack Leonard, who per- formed a routine more similar to that of the Wolverines and mianag- ed to post a 9.0. His score was the only 9-point or better for Ohio State, who failed to hit…

…. In the long horse, five of the six Wolverines scored nine-plus points: McCurdy (9.3), Rusty Pierce (9.25), Gura (9.15), Marti (9.0) and Ward Black, whose score did not enter in to the team competition…

… story was the same as th Wolverines toppled Ohio State by the score of 27.30 to -Daily-Terry Mccarthy RICK McCURDY, Wolverine all-around performer, goes through a side horse routine in an earlier…

… triangle meet against Iowa and Indiana State. McCurdy topped Michigan's trio of all-around men with an excellent 54.65 point total to help lead the Wolverines to a 163.85-150.10 trouncing of Ohio State…

…, yesterday. SUBSTITUTE STAR: Tankers submerge I'] 24.45. The Wolverines entered seven ' 0 men in this event with Monty Falb -ni leading the pack with a 9.25 total. Three other Wolverines placed in the nine…

… the after- able to shut the Wolverines out of whose score did not count in team -- Most of Michigan's first-string es. noon, the 200 and the 50-yard the first two spots. competition, scord 9.05 and Mike…

February 22, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… the Wolverines held tight to their opponen- ts the whole game, they suffered in the end, losing to the Broncos, 85-80. The cagers had a 13-point lead at one time in the first half, but the end of the…

… stanza saw them clinging to a four-point'advantage, 37-34. Foul trouble plagued the Wolverines throughout the second half, with center Natasha Cender fouling out and forward Abby Currier walking a…

… to their capabilities,", she explained, the Wolverine discounting the possibility that the Wolverines had nionshins on 1 , 85-80 e Broncos. ninated the game as she contributed 30 rebounds to the…

Wolverines effort. Conlin followed closely with 26 14 caroms. rhich lost to Michigan State by 33 poin- d, was expected to be blown out by the tern team that had nipped the Spar- sure didn't happen. The…

Wolverines' ands at 7-13, while Western's has been 4. have one more home game this season western this Saturday, starting at 4:00 s game against Iowa. Northwestern, 'as seeded first in the Big Ten Tour- a game…

…'ve handled well. do the same swing (as the other events). You swing Most specialists on the Wolverine squad competed in the laterally." all-around to some extent in high school, later deciding to Most of the…

… MICHIGAN CENTER Abby Currier threads a pass by Western Michigan's Mary Przygocki in last night's 85-80 Western Michigan win. Currier scored 30 points in a courageous effort as the Wolverines saw their record…

… 79, Purdue 72 Wisconsin 81, Northwestern 80 Sunday's Result Minnesota 72, Louisville 71 BUT TOURNAMENT HOPES LINGER: Orr cas By DAVE RENBARGER ' As the Michigan Wolverines watch their current Big…

… by the end of the year. And since they can take only 12 players along on road trips, the Wolverines will likely sign 2-4 prep cagers this time around. "We look for all-around players," said Orr. "We…

…." While Russell heads the list of in-state recruits, the Wolverines have their eyes on more than a few other players. In- cluded on that list is Eric Watson (6-1, Detroit Cass Tech) Rob Gonzalez (6…

February 29, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

…....... - -- Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 29, 1976 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 29, 1976 Wolverine cagers F luck Hawkeyes Women's fast break skins…

… quick-i ness prevented them from keep-t ing pace with the high flying Wolverines. RIGHT FROM the openingI tipoff the sluggish Wildcat de- fense was out hustled by the, Blue who took an 8-0 lead inI the…

…. "This is anybody's tourna- By RICH LERNER IOWA CITY - The Michigan Wolverines clinched s e c o n d place in the Big Ten yesterday, thrashing Iowa 88-74, before a capacity crowd of 13,276. The win gives…

… the Wolverines a 13-3 slate in league play with two games remaining. Michigan State and Purdue stand tied in third place with identical 9-7 marks. Indiana has already lock-, ed up the conference cham…

Wolverine zone press forced three consecutive turn- overs.I THE WOLVERINES stretched' their lead to 44-30 at intermis- sion, Robinson swishing another twenty footer with 5 secondsI left in the half. In the…

… a m e d Russell (Cazzie or pulled down 10 rebounds and Campy) on the squad. rendered Hawkeye center Fred The Wolverines play at Min- Haberecht so ineffective, that nesota tomorrow night before Iowa…

… yesterday's clash at Iowa City. The senior captain connected for 20 points, while limiting the high scoring Frost to just nine, in the Wolverines' 88-74 victory. The win clinched second place in the Big Ten…

…, and the inconsistency of their! I'm just thinking about Central. offense, forced the play into The tournament can be ours if the hands of the Wolverines. we play smart ball."j ----- full court PRESS…

February 03, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… up' in the Big Ten as the season heads down the stretch, but un- fortunately for Wolverine fans, Michigan is not one of the con- tenders. The Wolverines, five-time los- ers in conference play, are not…

… season. In comparing the two favor- ites, Orr says, "Iowa has the better offensive ball team, but Illinois is stronger on defense." Judging the two teams by their performances against the Wolverines, Iowa…

…- balanced a team as there is in the Big Ten. 6-7 forward John Johnson popped in 34 points against the Wolverines and guards Chad Calabria and Fred Brown both topped 20. Brown looked as smooth as any backcourt…

… the champion- ship and the NCAA tournament. Whatever happens, of course, may have to be considered anti- climactic; the Wolverines h a v e struck out. :,;"::"::'e:¢" 5 :L':?nti0'rt, "rn.v>"' ..K s,+p n…

… in Ann Arbor. Below, The Wolverines' Mark Henry drives around Purdue's Rick Mount. Sales Service Rentals 5i' 1i 4f STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION FOR FAST, ECONOMICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE…

February 23, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 121) • Page Image 12

… Arena last night for Michigan's fifth fairy-tale finish, but this time a last-second shot refused to drop, and the Michigan Wolverines succumbed to the Wiscon- sin Badgers, 66-65. THE WOLVERINES, already…

… Hardy's ensuing attempt at a tip- in wouldn't fall, either. The loss dropped the Wolverines to 7- 8 in the Big Ten and into a sixth-place tie with Illinois. For Wisconsin, the vic- tory was its first in…

… 8 0 19 6 0 2 65 Halftime: Wisconsin 37;Michigan 29 Attendance: 13,009 Michigan's Marty Bodnar (24) tries to shoot through Wisconsin's freshman center Keith Mitchell (41) while Wolverine Paul…

February 28, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 128) • Page Image 7

… Williams Arena last night before' 7,455 disgruntled Gopher fans. With the victory, the Wolverines crept to within one point of the third place Gophers. The game was marred by 30 penalties, the most exciting…

… disqualifications, bench- ing them for tomorrow night's contest. The Wolverines were never, seriously challenged except at the midway mark of the second period when the Gophers pulled to within one goal of the Wol…

… teams year; THIRD PERIOD ing a first in their class, the with a shot at second place.: sin. SCORING: 6. M - Natale (Coff- Michigan wrestling team is The Wolverine who looks like he AM man Moretto) 7:49; 7…

… Iowa, ranked Another Wolverine with excel-best, 17:04; 29. M - Thayer (roughing) number one in the nation, can lent possibilities is team captain 5th i 17:04; 30. Minn - Miller (holding) be from off Mark…

…, MEANWHILE, the Michigan leading the Wolverines in total women struggled to end their points earned with 29.6. first intercollegiate season on a H winning note, downing the East- HOWEVER, the Wolverines emn…

…- sch and Robey. Performers ance." from both teams had trouble. The Wolverines started out staying on the beam throughout; strongly in the vaulting exer- an entire routine, with several cise, finishing…

February 01, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

…Rage Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 1, 1976 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 1, 1976 Strong subs help wolverines stifle By RICH LERNER The Michigan Wolverines

… Michigan with Rickey Green leading the way stubborn Iowa, with 23 points, 15 in the second half. But it was the Wolverine bench that meant the difference in the game. Six minutes into the game, captain…

…- derneath and teaming with Ber- gen, Tom Staton and Joel Thompson to keep the bigger H a w k e y e s away from the boards. The Michigan reserves ignited the Wolverine fast break, which had all cylinders going…

… in the game. Michigan broke to an 82-65 lead, but King and Thompson brought Iowa to within eight, 99-91, be- fore the Wolverines successfully stalled away the final two minutes. King amassed 36 points…

… basket before King tipped the ball in. BUT ONCE the Wolverines quickened the pace, the brawny Hawkeyes lagged behind. "We wanted to run them," said Orr. "And I think we wore them down." 04 -95 "Half of…

… the tired situation is mental," said Iowa coach Lute Olson, "if you're not strong enough mentally, you'll get tired." The Wolverines added to their lead in the second half on the strength of a stellar…

… coach Fred Schaus, after seeing his team fall to the Wolverines 84-80 last week, said if Michigan has a problem, it might be one of too much talent. Michigan compared very -favorably to Iowa in terms of…

… Michigan. We only have three guys we can go to." In fact, few teams the Wolverines have run up against, with the possible exception of Las Vegas, have been able to match Michigan's depth. All of which should…

… dual meet. The Wolverines stood tied with Minnesota after eight bouts, 13-13, when outstanding Gopher 190- pounder Evan Johnson pinned Harold King and Steve Schuster followed with a loss to seal the…

… any hopes of a comeback. Even without the penalties, the Wolverines could not have met the match of the Fighting Sioux, who p 1 a y e d inspired hockey from the opening face- off. Michigan actually…

February 02, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

… Bulldogs started their on- third period, when Pat Hughes slaught early, when Merv Kiryliuk and Randy Trudeau each scored and Lyman Haakstad each banged to bring the Wolverines back to home a rebound to give…

… that alty. The period ended 3-2. case you were worried, rest assured I goal, Wolverines will have to get Unfortunately, the Wolverines some help from their despised did not play well at all in the mid…

… match when Don Holm, a surprise entry at 167-lbs. against Wolverine John Ryan, was disqualified at the end of the period for using profanity. Ryan, who had just put together his best two min- utes; of the…

… th ,sixallandtheOver 50,000 students aided each at six all and the possibility of year. For FREE information on Wolverine defeat in the following student assistance program send two matches…

Wolverines by virtue of his own efforts after Hubbard's triumph. Dan Brink put everything he had ie IF Of9 into his match at 158 with Hawk- fUW W eye Chuck Yagla, but it was sim-f- ply not enough to avert a…

…-around. d would have placed second nd Gagnon with a 50.7, but e Schutt of Indiana finished nd with 49.15 as a result of d's eliminationsand Keeshin 3with 48.05 points. the rings, the Wolverines [y outscored…

February 24, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

… combination of a Husky high and a Wolverine low resulted in two lopsided victories for Tech. rs face Tech Since that time, MTU has gone 14-4 to climb steadily in the WCHA ranks where the Huskies are…

… currently in third place, one game out of second. Since the tables have turned so completely from the last time these two teams have met, it would be justified if the Wolverines could come up with a pair of…

… victories. But don't hold your breath. TECH WILL be the same swarming pack of hungry Huskies that hounded the Michigan defense for 21 goals in the three confrontations this season. The Wolverines were only…

… Huskies will be attempting to move into second place this weekend, the Wolverines will again try to keep their heads above water. Michigan is in seventh place with four games remaining. But fifth place…

… Colorado College is only one game.ahead of the Wolverines. MICHIGAN WILL keep their eyes on a make up series between Notre Dame and North Dakota which will be played on February 28-March 1 in Grand Forks…

… in the league will probably go down to the final night of the season. . The Wolverines need one victory over Tech either tonight or tomorrow just to stay in contention for the first round of the WCHA…

… playoffs. The games start at 7:30 at Yost both nights. Icers' 32-game stats HOS T INVITATIONA L Strid ers tune-up By KEVIN ROSEBOROUGH Tonight's Wolverine Invitational track meet represents the final…

… skirmish for the men's track team before the Big Ten championship battle next week. In what is considered by track Coach Jack Harvey "a lowkey meet," the Wolverines are looking to tune up their…

… they'll be able to perform. Shotputter Randy Ross, also a flu victim, will probably be absent from the lineup as well. The Wolverines are coming off a big win last weekend at the Central Collegiate…

February 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

…. And although Gregory didn't face the Wolverines the first time out for the same reason, Mathews was instrumental in Wisconsin's first half play which left them deadlocked with Michigan at the…

… guards against the Wolverine defense this year. THE REMAINDER of the Badger lineup remains as it was in the' initial contest; Chrnelich and Bill Pearson at the forwards, rotund freshman Larry Petty in the…

… conference leader Michigan State in a rare 4:30 energy advanced game. At 8-4, the Boilermakers are just one game ahead of the Wolverines and hold down a crucial third place spot. Minnesota at 9-3 in second…

… wild card bid. A WOLVERINE WIN coupled with a Purdue loss would knot the teams in a tie for third with Michigan traveling to Indiana on Saturday and the Boiler- makers facing an equally formidable foe…

…. But Orr is powerless to affect the outcome of the other contests this evening, and at the moment Wisconsin is a 'must' if the Wolverines plan on travelling at all after March 2. "This is the toughest…

…. The "big" meet will start at 2 p.m. The Wolverines are 1-2 in the Big Ten while the Spartans are 2-1. Last year, MSU edged out Michigan at East Lansing by a score of 63-60. This defeat was Michigan…

…'s first and last of the season. Then, two weeks later, the Spartans turned it on and once again beat out the Wolverines in the Big Ten Championships, by 26.5 team points to finish third.while Michigan…

… record of 4-1 in the Big Ten. But, they weren't that impressive. However, they managed to turn it on during the Michigan meet and edged out the Wolverines.- "State has been a much better team at the end of…

… the season than at the beginning. The attitude of my swim- mers is good, but they've got the ex- perience," commented Stager. Freshman sensation Fernando Canales will lead the way for the Wolverines

February 06, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…-2416, on or Before February 8th. *NO ELI STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN THE INTEN- SViE ENGLISH COURSES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE TEST AT phers tion was a comfortable 109.65 to 106.55. All the Wolverines posted…

… Marti with 9.0. 4 NO DEPOSIT FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP AND SERVICE CALL: NEJAC TV RENTALS Wolverine grapplerS pin Minnesota, 27-14 I THIS TIME. 662-5671 By BOB McGINN days, this one a heartbreaking 4…

….0 onea(3 mon.ths }) the grapplers offered little re- Gary Ernst cinched the Wolver- $23.00 buys a day of skiing at I sistance to the Wolverines. ines' eighth win of the year, each Roundtop $20.00 pays for…

… 2 weeks of an ' The Wolverines won only six getting clutch wins. $11 .50 buys 3 months family health agriculture and maintenance matches, but two of the victories Ernst, after wrestling the match…

…-on John Walseth. The issue difficult to get up for this one aft- Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 ,was never in doubt as Brown er the tough one at Iowa." moved quickly to a vise-like pin- Next for the Wolverines

… is a ning combination, Saturday night date with Michi- At 126. Bill Davids lost only his gan State at East Lansing. This third decision against fifteen wins will be the Wolverines' toughest STUDENT…

… noon 'til 5:30 pim. I - - ~ -~ ~ -- --- - - --~ - --- - - -~.--------_.../_ -Daily-Rolfe Tessern A Wolverine ringer ROSENBAUM, ADAMS STAR: Indiana humbles trackmen By SANDI GENIS Special To The Daily…

February 18, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… seventh place Wolverines could hardly be called ex- citing or well played and the 2,922 people who showed up comprised the quietest, as well as the smallest, crowd of the year. Michigan scored the game…

… play when he picked up the puck at the Wolverines' blue line, skated down ice with Hoene and set up the senior right winger in alone on Owens. Hoene drilled the puck high over Owens' right shoulder…

… broken tissue paper. With the Tigers applying a little bit of pressure, Whyte was able to pick up an unsuccessful Wolverine clearing pass and drilled a shot towards the Wolverines' net. However, the shot…

… night? How have the Wolverines managed to kill Wisconsin on a Thursday in January, lose badly to Ohio State four nights later, follow with an impressive win over Indiana, a depressing rout by Purdue, the…

… about the kids' attitude-you think you're playing hard, but ou're not." Therein lies part of the problem. "You think you're playing hard, but you're not." But it's not that easy. The '77-78 Wolverines don…

… final in 1976, the Wolverines played with intensity. When Michigan copped the Big Ten title last year it played with in- tensity. And this year they had it against Louisville, Minnesota, Indiana and a…

…'s senior season the Wolverines have been turned back by the Hoosiers nine times on IU's home court. However, Michigan does have a one game Bloomington win streak going, as they downed Holy Cross in first…

… Channel 4 locally. The Wolverines should not feel too bad because nobody but the Hoosiers wins consistently in Bloomington. This season Indiana is 10-1 at home after beating the likes if Notre Dame, Alabama…

… fourth place as the Wolverines stand 8-5 and IU is 7-6 in the conference. Michigan must win to stay alive in-the fight for an NCAA berth and unfor- tunately for its chances, the Wolverines are running…

February 11, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

…'S GOTTEN TO A point in the current Big Ten basketball season that every game that follows for Michigan is a definite must win situation. Realistically, the Wolverines can't lose another conference game and…

… recorded against Ohio State on Thursday. Yet the Wolverines could have conceivably been out of the race after the Ohio State game if forwards Mike McGee and Alan Hardy hadn't exploded for a combined scoring…

…, good for a one point Wolverine advantage. But Ohio State continued to keep the hot hand, pouring in eight straight and taking a seven point lead which they didn't relinquish in the opening half. Mc…

… second half, Hardy went on a scoring binge of his own, netting 10 straight Michigan points. The Hardy barrage put the Wolverines up 49-48, giving them the lead for the first time since midway through the…

… first half. From that point on it was clear sailing for Michigan, as Ohio State's shooting cooled off to 47 percent while the Wolverines were popping In baskets at a 59 percent clip. Following Orr's 100th…

… offensively and play up to their potential much like they displayed against Ohio State. By RICK MADDOCK Only nine days ago Michigan's Mark Lozier became the Wolverine cager fans' hero by firing, a cross…

…-continental jumper at the buzzer, handing his team a 65-63 upset victory. Michigan knocked off the mighty Spartans in their own gym, making the Wolverines the only victorious visitor at Jenison this season. Lozier, a…

… the spotlight of the media focus on him, preferring to divide the exposure equally among his teammates. And yesterday, as the Wolverines completed a light workout in an at- mosphere oozing with…

… opportunity to change a few things with today's contest. If he should lead the Wolverines to another triumph over MSU, then fans around the state will see the name Mike McGee popping up more and more. an…

February 06, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 106) • Page Image 12

…LACHLAN Michigan lived up to its reputation yesterday. The Wol- verines excited the fans, running the fast break whenever possible, in thrashing Ohio State, 93-72. The Wolverines' running game didn't allow Ohio…

Wolverines, in the midst of playing seven games in 15 days, affles Buckeyes But, yesterday it was a dif- ferent story. "We never ran ,because we never really got our defense set up," Miller said. "We run…

… guy cutting and . . . that's 'xciting." And tthe Wolverine who was doing mdst of, the "cutting" was Robinson, who enjoyed his best game of the season. . "I was really just filling my lane," Robinson…

… -and the Wolverines will need him especially if Orr calls on his three-guard offense for added quickness. "My back is just real sore," Baxter said. "Now I shoot my jump shot and try to use my arms more…

… imporant thing," Orr explained. Michigan's blind side trapping surprised Ohio State and before nine minutes had elapsed the Buckeyes turned the ball over eight times, which the Wolverines used to build an 11…

… State was ready to give Michigan another scar lwa s called on the play because of Thompson's BUT THE Wolverines did get up for the game in the middle, and in winning, two Michigan m, bard)," Orr said…

… record. his as SO'ONCE AGAIN the trapping defense set the Secondly, Green's fourth point of the game, a io fast break in motion. The Wolverines reeled off free throw late in the second half, gave him 'e…

…. 15 unanswered points in five minutes and 19 1 000 points while playing for Michigan, the b- seconds and the Wolverines sat comfortably with 16th Wolverine to clear that mark. of its 41 points on lay…

… up out- SCOTT LEWIS tale played super." scoring the Wolverines, 11-8. =:':;....".....:. "Our forechecking was ter- Wiscnsincapializd ona irible," lamented Farrell, "our Wisconsin capitalized on a the…

February 13, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 112) • Page Image 7

…. JUST WHEN the season appeared to be lost, the Wolverines pulled off a minor miracle-a series sweep. Even after Friday night's spine tingling, 5-4, overtime thriller, Saturday's prospects looked grim at…

… best. No one would have blamed the Wolverines if they had laid down and died. After all, Michigan Tech is synonymous with college hockey. Its program is so well coordinated that it shames many…

…. The dividends were most evident Saturday when Zuke was whistled off for taking a cheap shot at a Wolverine moments after Dufek laid him low with a solid bodycheck. At that point the game stood…

Wolverines Werner's services for the rest of the season. MICHIGAN'S play-off hope, which seemed dashed after a double loss at Duluth, vaulted to its highest peak since the opening WCHA series three months ago…

… playing sound two way hockey we can play with any team in the league. This series we finally did that, and my philosophy was right." With three weeks left in the season, the Wolverines find themselves in a…

Wolverines to control their own destiny. They'll get exactly what they earn in the next three weekends. IN CASE you are wondering about that final season series, it is a home and away set with arch…

…-4-3 records in the Big Ten. It I The Wolverines stand at 5-4-1 which means that a pair of wins or a win and a tie would give the Maize and Blue their first Big Ten championship since the 1968-69 campaign. A…

… upcoming weekend alone. Assume Michigan sweeps Colorado College at Yost and Notre Dame drops a pair at Min- nesota. That in itself would lift the Wolverines into seventh place with a four point cushion. If…

February 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

…'s basketball game between the Wolverines and the University of Wisconsin Badgers, it appeared that neither team had much of a desire to win the contest. The assumption proved correct for only one squad, however…

…, as the Badgers decided not to throw the game away and beat the Wolverines 84-74. Wisconsin was aided along the way by a terrible per- formance by the Wolverines who did all they could not to win. Ahead…

February 26, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

… time-out, and so was Michigan's man- to-man defense. The Wolverines went to the zone in an attempt to keep a lid on Baxter's man, Hawkeye scoring leader Ronnie Lester. "When Baxter went out rIo one could…

… three games, however, are no bargain. The Wolverines must take on Minnesota in the Gophers' den, followed by Northwestern at Evanston. And then comes the kicker-UCLA at Pauley Pavillion. If the cagers do…

… and persistent Wolverine team at Yost- .Arena last night. * SPECIAL at the B0geI Facto( 1306 S. University INTRODUCING ALWAYS FRESH, 7 days ... Joelson scored the game winner when he took a drop back…

… pass from Tech centerman Stu Ostland just over the Michigan blue line. Joelson's low slap shot cleanly beat Palmer, sending the- approximately 1,000 Huskie rooters screaming and 6,000 Wolverine fans out…

February 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

… Johnson, and sometimes John Lockard, every Wolverine played like he was on downers, a stark turnabout from last Saturday's explosive performance against Illinois Henry Wilmore, 14 of 23 from the floor…

…, the Wolverines needed only a win over North- western to climb into the Big Ten driver's seat: And a win over Northwestern, a band of basketball nonentities harvested from the midwestern flatlands…

Wolverines. Hentz and Greg Wells, who combined for 50 points mostly from Inside, were threatening to take the play away from Michigan. But in the end, Northwestern's impotence and jittery floor game kept them…

… sailed into Wolverine hands. Michigan actually outbumbled the Wild- cats, garnering an atrocious 21 miscues. The Wolverines barely won the battle of the boards, as Wells continually outfought Michigan…

… with three. Orr shifted Wilmore to forward and stuck Dave Hart in the backcourt. The Wolverines' lackluster performance on the boards and from the floor resllted more from a general disorganization than…

… from the key at one point in the first half. Michigan's erratic rags to riches play continues to puzzle; -it seems the Wolverines still haven't found the right offensive combination. With Wilmore and…

February 13, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

… offense, defense, and re- guard bounding gave the Wolverines their while t largest point total and victory mar- his 23 gin of the season as they rebound- with'ni ed from last week's loss to Purdue ing floc…

… cagers crumple Illinois to a 6-2 conference record. weren't to be denied to- said Wolverine Coach John- . "We are very proud of this was one of our strong- mes of the year." couldn't single out any one…

… on his outside shoot- ing. Johnson's five assists were concentrated midway in the sec- ond half when the Wolverines roll- ed out to a 20 point advantage. From the start it was obvious Wilmore was hot…

… one by Johnson seemed to be the turning point in the game. All three re- sulted in Wolverine baskets and with Ken Brady and John Lockard dominating play in the Illini end the Wolverines kept pouring it…

…. For the first half Michigan shot an incredible 61 per cent of its shots, twice the percentage the Wolverines made in the initial stanza at Purdue, while holding Illinois to 36 per cent. lliniiniiniini…

… .... --,ad t t 'eect4' i The Wolverines .. . . off the hook ohn papanek E WAY THINGS in the Big Ten are going this basketball campaign, nobody really knows what the heck's happening frin one day to the next…

…. lere's Michigan, picked by many to rank with the top ten back in the preseason polls, and for a while, a long while, it was struggling to keep its head above water. Before last Saturday, the Wolverines

Wolverines took a bruising from Purdue, and damned if it didn't look like they were all but washed up. The truth was that nobody had' seen Michigan play a good' game all year. Well, all that changed yesterday…

…. The Wolverines put it *ll together, rebounding, running, shooting, and even passing their way to easily the best game the Maize and Blue has played all year. So that should help to take some people off…

… score 17 points, and finished with 23 but his hot streak wasn't nearly enough to lead the Illini past the inspired Wolverines. Schmidt employed a variety of defenses, and a variety of com- binations of…

February 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…'s shot at 'the buzzer to avoid overtime for the Wolverines, and it marked the end to a disasterous three game losing streak that Michigan's hopes for a Big Ten title. In that contest the Wolverines were…

…!" Orr added. "The biggest thing is to convince the kids that they can still be right back in- to it," added assistant Bill Frieder: "A million things can still happen." WOLVERINE VALES: Marty $od- nar was…

… able to shoot during yester- day's practice and may see action against the Wildcats . . . This is the 100th meeting between Northwestern and Michigan, with the Wolverines holding a 58-41 advantage…

… ... Michigan has won 17 of the last 18 meetings . .. the last Northwestern victory was a 199- 87 triumph over the.then topranked177 Wolverines. THE LINEUPS NORTHWESTERN -MICHIGAN Rich Falk Daily Photo by…

… 17 games, the 5-9, 170-pound Wolverine partially blames himself for Michigan's problems this season. "You can't look back and fault other people," said Lerg. "You have to look at yourself and look at…

… us some offense. Unfortunately, what we gained there, we lost in Eaves."'I Consequently, although Lerg is scoring consistently, the Wolverines' chances for post-season action are ex- tremely slim…

…." Special to The Daily DETROIT - The women's basketball team was clobbered by the University of Detroit Titans, 91-55, in a game played last night in Calihan Hall. The Wolverines simply could not keep up with…

… on favorite. We should place three people in the top six in vir- tually every stroke, and with this kind of depth I don't think they can beat us." M Although the Wolverines suffered two losses in as…

February 09, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

… Johannesen and his Wolverine wrestling team are -just glad it's all over. Having not wrestled competitively since Jan. 21 (due to snow-related cancellations), Michigan journeyed west, taking on Iowa State…

…: ouch. The Cyclones and Minnesota both topped the Wolverines by scores of 38-6, while Iowa handed Michigan a 43-6 defeat. Coming off the two week layoff, the Wolverines were hard-pressed to keep up with…

… heavyweight - Steve Bennett dominated Gopher Jim Becker in winning 12-7. Along with Mark Churella, they constituted the Wolverine win slate for the weekend. "Fraser should be the number one seed at 177 in the…

… showing up." The Wolverines tangle with Michigan State at East Lansing tomorrow night, in a revenge opportunity for Michigan. Johannesen feels the 24-18 tally can be rever- sed this time if the wolverines

… Therrian. If the Wolverines are to have any degree of success in the remaining dual meets against State and Wisconsin next weekend, the lower weights must begin to score points. "Due to the injuries, it…

…, and their play will reflect this maturity." ANCHORING THE Wolverines are returning lettermen Jeff Etterbeek and Jud Shaufler. Etterbeek, last year's number one singles player, placed second in the Big…

… they be mentioned as a possible competi- tor for Big Ten superiority? While it is unlikely that the Wolverines can pull off a major upset by topping Michigan State and winning the title, they could…

February 03, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 103) • Page Image 9

… Michigan scoring with 22, including ten of the Wolverines first 18 points. MICHIGAN HAD A CHANCE to tie the game twice in the last minute. Trailing 68-67, the Wolverines worked the ball around looking for a…

… which led them to the NCAA finals. THE BRUISED FIGHTING IRISH of Notre Dame come to Ann Arbor this weekend in what could be the start of another Wolverine win streak. Despite the Wolverine defensive holes…

… skaters are bunched between nine and twelve points. THE TOUGHEST LINE the Wolverines will have to face is the line of Brian Burke, Terry Fair- holm and Kevin Nugent. Nugent and Fairholm (Don's brother…

… classes and the men's gymnastics meet with Indi- ana, it did not cancel the Wolverine's spirit as the tumblers are more fired up than ever, according to Michigan coach Newt Loken. The tumblers will have…

… State meet [which the Wolverines performed quite poorly in]," says Michigan coach Anne Cornell. "Psychologically and phys- ically .we don't have the momentum the Indiana meet [scheduled for last week…

…'s tough to say, sometimes it helps and sometimes it doesn't, it depends on their [the gymnasts] attitudes." Whether the layoff helps or hinders the Wolverines, they'll have to be at their best against both…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

… getting close to it in the last few weeks. Saturday night it happened; the Michigan Wolverine hockey team made the WCHA playoffs. The Wolverines weren't sure of a playoff spot when they ended their visit to…

…; the most that ninth-place Colorado can finish with is 24. "This is the only league where you can get hot for five or six weeks and win the whole thing," informed Dan Farrell, Wolverine hockey coach. It…

… College, and left for South Bend in position to clinch a berth. clinch berth The clinching was slightly de- layed. In the Friday game the Wolverines played about as badly as they have in a long while…

…. Michigan played like it knew it was the winner, and figured that all it had to do to win was to show un. The Wolverines aban- doned the very style of hockey that had made them winners. The i"ers came back…

…- offs? The answer to the first onestion is more denendent on the the answer of the second than one might think. To have a realis- tic chance of going to the NCAA finals, the Wolverines have to be good…

… with the most regular sea- son points still alive plays the team with the fewest, etc. Two WCHA teams go to the finals. With that in mind, the Wolverines have one thing in mind: avoid Michigan Tech in…

… the playoffs if possible. If the Wolverines finish fourth, which they can do by sweeping Michigan State, and they would play a reasonably weak team at home in the first round. If any of the teams below…

… them win also in the first found, then Michigan will play someone other than Tech in the second round. The Wolverines should be able to do it. Their forwards have been superb of late-Don Dufek; Angie…

… instilled in this team and, yes, it's capable enough. But why mince words? The Wolverines are one good hockey team. WCHA Standings 118-Jim Brown Brown and Purdue's Joe Corso are the class of the conference…

February 10, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

…Page Nine Thursday, February 10, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 10, 1 97Z THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Nine i Wolverines By BILL ALTERMAN hard." In perhaps their finest effort of The…

… game started off slowly for the season, Michigan totally domi- the Wolverines as State kept the nated -arch - rival Michigan State puck bottled up in the Michigan for a crushing 6-2 victory last night…

… second goal of the, evening when Watt couldn't control Brian Skinner's slap shot and Bernie pushed it by him from out in front. daily sports NIGHT EDITOR: CHUCK DRUKIS State ended Wolverine goalie Karl…

… start off the third period when two Wolverines quickly found their way to the penalty box. Gagnon went off at 1:10 for hooking and Bob Falconer followed a minute later for trip. ping. But the fired…

…-up Wolverines re- fused to bend and kept State from even getting close to a score, and as Renfrew later admitted, "That took the steam out of them (MSU)." The Wolverines upped it to 5-1 on a Cartier slap shot…

… defense- men were coming up and the wingers came back well. State wasn't able to get organized." The Wolverines, only two points behind Michigan Tech, travel up to Houghton this weekend, hoping to secure a…

… the Wolverines convincingly smashed the Spartans 6-2 to move into a tie with Notre Dame for seventh in WCHA.standings. SKIWE EKEND SPECA CSit"" U ONMEMM CALL INPUT (763-4384) I'. f, the Big Skiing…

February 10, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 109) • Page Image 8

Wolverine icers dropped two more decisions this past weekend at Duluth to run their losing streak to five games, and a seventh place showing in the WCHA standings. According to Michigan Coach Al Renfrew, "We…

… just made too many mistakes." Michigan certainly had enough opportunities to win at least the Friday evening match-up. With the game in overtime, tied 5-5, a Wolverine icer took a shot that appeared to…

Wolverines after being down 3-0 and 4-2. Saturday night Michigan let down again in the final period. It does not appear to be a matter of physical shape, for Coach Ren- frew remarked, "We are in better…

… compared to the other teams Michigan has played thus for. In evaluating the Wolverine's WCHA STANDINGS DR. DAVID BINGHAM is currently testify- ing in Lansing in favor of liberalizing abor- lion laws. He…

… several years. With all the WCHA teams being very strong, the remainder of the schedule does not present the Wolverines with any breathers to improve their 7-9 record. NHL Standings East Division W L T Pt…

… breakaway DEPTH IS KEY Thinclads eye w]ining season 1I I A~ By SANDI GENIS If depth is the key to success in athletics, then Wolverine track coach Dave Martin should be look- ing forward to a very…

February 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 117) • Page Image 9

…JOHNSON, KELSER & CO. PACE 80-57 ROMP The Michigan Daily-Sunday, February 18, 1979-Page 9 Smokin' Spartans slaughter Wolverines "" a ~ .~ ~.By DAVE RENBARGER moved all year," said MSU coach Jud In…

…-sided 80-57 stomping of the Wolverines. THE TRIUMPH kept the onrushing 10-4 Spartans just one game behind Big U Ten co-leaders Iowa and Ohio State with four games left. MSU has now won its last six games…

… 1777 points. Kelser's teammate Johnson scored 21 points, including 15 in the decisive first half. He added nine assists on the game. Phil Hubbard was the lone Wolverine, to operate effectively against…

… the zone. He hit on seven of ten shots from both inside and out to tally 17 points. THE ENTIRE Wolverine team found the ball hard to handle. McGee led the turnover parade with eight, and Hub- bard, Tom…

… the air for a while, Michigan State grabbed possession and scored the first four points of the game - Michigan bent. The Wolverines enjoyed their only lead of the game when it was only four and a half…

February 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

… but seven of them coming in the second half. The Wolverines went into the bonus at the 13:12 mark of the second half, and received 15 opportunities to shoot one-and-one. Of these, Michigan missed the…

… front end of the bonus four times and a total of nine charity tosses off the bonus. There was no reason for the Illini to be in the game as long as they were. With all the opportunities the Wolverines

February 19, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 117) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Sunday, February 19, 1978-Page 9 NCAA BID HOPES DIM Hoosiers husk woeful Wolverines, 71-59 By CUB SCHWARTZ Special to The Daily BLOOMINGTON -- The lights dim- med twice at…

… the first half, Michigan held a 6-2 edge - Radford had not yet scored. In the next 7:14 however, Indiana outscored the Wolverines 22-3. with 12 Tangled Upin Blue of the tallies rolling off Radford…

February 27, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 124) • Page Image 12

… and one to go. Perhaps that's the best thing you wanted to say about Michigan's win over MSU yesterday. No, it was not a dazzling victory. The team did not look super sharp. The Wolverines did not play…

…-their quickness, open the game up with fast breaks, or shoot the Spartans' eyes out with easy, open shots. It wasn't that type of game. No one watching the game thought the Wolverines are peak- ing for their all…

… 0 2 1 3 A I 1 3 3 2 0 TP 15 0 15 20 13 2 0 4 MICHIGAN STATE FG/A VT/A R Brown Philips A TP Team 0 25 Totals 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 31 Doily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG Wolverine Tom Staton…

… DULUTH - If the locker-room boy had skates, he probably would have scored a goal against the University of Minnesota- Duluth (UMD) last night in a game won by Michigan 9-3. THE WOLVERINES brought 17…

…- gan dashed off five goals to snap a 3-3 tie. THE GAME FEATURED a little bit of everything, including a rare penalty shot. Wolverine defenseman John McCahill fell on the puck in the crease which is…

February 19, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

… stars in nets By JOHN NIEMEYER Special to The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-Defense! It shows up in the strangest disguises. This time it ar- rived in Minneapolis in the form of Michigan hockey team. The Wolverines

… goalies played a super game." Minnesota's lone goal came in the first period as Gopher captain Don Micheletti hit a 35 foot slap shot. Seconds earlier the Wolverines thwarted a Minnesota pow- er play…

… 86-80. "We were fantastic there," Wolverine Coach Johnny Orr said, "we were intense and consistent." It will take a similar effort, if not a greater one, to defeat the Gophers in Ann Arbor. "Our best…

… Winey to spell any of its starters. Williams moves to the backcourt if Winey replaces a guard. WOLVERINE TAILS: Michigan has won 19 straight home games . . . the last time the Gophers left Ann Arbor a…

… season with a road trip to Wisconsin and North- western. At the same time the Wolverines wind up Big Ten play at Illinois, then Purdue . . . Steve Grote needs but four points to become Michigan's sixth all…

February 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

… to the team concept the Wolverines were employing. The strength of Michigan's team is in its teamwork. With the possible exception of Rickey Green, Michigan has no super- star or super-gunner. Yet…

…, Michigan can still play even with any team in the nation, as it proved last weekend when the Wolverines shocked tfle nation with a near-upset of number-one ranked Indiana. Wolverines play team ' D I HE…

… offense On offense, all five starters average in double figures. doom for the Wolverin Green heads the list with over twenty points a game, but the last night, as they fel other four starters are grouped…

February 05, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

… all. tually to blame. Defenseman Punch Cartier, who Already swamped with a ple- aided the Wolverines' cause with thora of personnel problems, two power play goals in the open- Neal's loss is surely one…

… that the ing period, indicated that tonight's Wolverines can hardly afford. win means nothing "if we don't Paul-Andre Paris, who has faced win tomorrow. It's quite an obli- an eligibility problem all…

…-player., With a share of the conference and Wayne Grabiec is a 6-6 guard. lead on the line, the Wolverine so they are strong physically." maplemen travel to West Lafayette The Wolverines have won their this…

… twice to Michigan, which effectively, and the Bucks in Columbus after eliminated the Riveters from the today's game however. Big Ten title race. As King said, :The. Wolverines, fresh off an "We've got a…

… cases of throughout the rest of the year." physical assault by either squad. Purdue, which dumped North- Lockard was the only Wolverine western 78-75 last week, is led starter not to hit'in double fig- by…

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