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April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 5

…-Conference contests should put the Wolverines on edge for Satur- day's battle with the nine fr'om Iowa City. The Aggie diaimond aggrega- tion should not prove to be much of a stumbling block for the Maize and Blue…

… field, while hi cro'ssed the plate nine ford contributed a ci first inning which wo .the Wolverine total to forgot to touch secon called out by the um ance opens against 31 probably give way to I fray is…

… interesting duel in which Shultz -emerged the victor. up a lively scrap Iowa Game Saturday d. Liverance or In Iowa the Wolverines will face a e used by Coach nine .which has great possibili- rreen and t…

… the Hawkeye's' as in previous strength a difficult one. Frohwein ionalism which will probably be used against the atre Dame foot- Wolverines. This man is a slow ball year, has also pitcher, the kind who…

… Frohwein. Western State norm- al will. perform against Michigan on 'May 10. This game will sharpen the Wolverines' batting eyes for the Ohio State contest at Columbus the follow- ing Saturday, May 13. Final…

… Trip to Tell Michigan's last swing around the Conference circuit will begin May 20, when the Wolverines ourney to Ur- bana for a return game with Lund- gren's men, sand will end May 24, at Minneapolis…

… jump to Iowa City for a second contest with the Hawkeyes on Monday, May'22. Tues- day and Wednesday, May 23 and 24, the Wolverine nine faces the Univer- sity of Minnesota at Minneapolis. If4 Dixon is…

… the following1 day. Such an arrangement of the schedule will mean that none of the Michigan twirlers can falter if the Wolverines are .to be successful on their final trip of the season. The outcome of…

April 02, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…, Sam Kailes, Max Rubin, Joe Woodard, Gordon Heim, William. Benz, and Mural Thrush. Have Proud Record The Big Ten c h a mipli o n s h i p which the Wolverine's won tiis year came as the result of four…

…, only to lose the champion- ship, and won both the divisional and Conference crowns this sea- son. Illinois, who has always been the stumbling block in the path of the Wolverines, was defeated for the…

… won the 135 pound eight minutes. Wrestling each day match from Thamer of State. Benz will start at approximately 3:30. continued the Wolverine winning Eddik r streak when he outfought Tonkins Eddie…

… last week at Columbus. The 1. meet culminated the varsity career l of the brilliant Wolverine in spec-I{ tacular fashion.1 NETMEN WILL C ENTER TOURNEY Two Men Are Invited To Enter Indoor 'Intercollegiate…

… expected to enter' teams. J1 Captain ; Horace Barton is ex- I pected. to make the trip for thei Wolverines, and will probably bec accompanied by Jim Spencer. Bar- ton has been prominent in Big Ten tennis for…

April 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

… home team baffled throughout. Athens, Georgia, was the next scene of action where the Wolverines lost the first of a two series to the Bull- dogs by the score of 3 to 2. Dixon pitched shutout ball until…

…'s battle.when, with Howard Liverance in the box, the Wolverines took a 12 inning game from the Bull- dogs by the count ofil5 to 3. Michigan tied the score in the eighth by scoring two runs which made the…

… route. At Camp Benning the Wolverine nine took a double header by the scores of 9 to 8 and 11 to 0. Mudd was assigned the task of taming the doughboys in the opening encounter, and succeeded very well…

… pitched for the Wolverines and shut out Vanderbilt for eight frames, while his mates had accumulated a three run lead for him. In the fatal ninth Vanderbilt got the Wolverine hurler in a hole, and scored…

… the enemy's five hits well scattered. Knode, Kipke, Paper and Roby fea- tured the contest ,by their hitting. Throughout the entire trip the hit- ting of Knode, Kipke, and Paper, kept the Wolverines

April 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 150) • Page Image 4

… baseball nine faces four in' the next week starting onsin at Madison this aft- e Wolverines left Chica- onlast night after playing yesterday afternoon with n of playing the Badgers t. Wisconsin has a clean r…

… .d reports from Lansing is year will be no excep- This game will be followed on Fri- clay by a hard contest with Notre. Dame. The Catholics usually give the Wolverines as fast a battle as most- of the…

… caused the defeat of the Varsity last season. Play Iowa Saturday, moundsman, Frohmein. Frolhmein is a slow ball pitcher and is very effec- tive, while the Wolverine sluggers are rather weak against this…

… prior to this within a week, a hot contest shauld face the Wolverines when they line-up against Iowa next Saturday. FRESHMAN IACB NOTICE i All freshmen indoor track jer- seys are now at the intramural…

April 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

… nines may go far astray. In all probability, however, the teams which finished well in the running last season will be the chief 'competitors. It is difficult to determine how the Wolverines will compare…

… keystone men as was VanBoven last year. The Wolverine gardeners will be up to the 1920 standard, and the catching staff will be better. If Ru- zika can find his 1918 form now that he is forced to be again…

Wolverines and throw some light on what may be expected from them in the Conference race. Ohio Loses Two Men Ohio, which finished second last year, loses only two members of the 1920 team, and the Scarlet and…

… Madison, but the Badgers still possessed -a fighting combination lasjt year. It took extra innings for the Wolverines to overcome them in 1920, and the in- jury to their shortstop in the game at Ann Arbor…

… kept the Badgers from threatening the Wolverines more than they did. Indiana must also be reckoned with and Chicago may develop something, although the Maroons' in Fall sports seem-to have slumped from…

April 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

…PAc~ ~IZ~ 171E MTCVeA E ITL cr- ~ r rirI- l-, i l _____ .., SIX WOLVERINE TRACKMEN LEAVE FOR KANSAS MEET ST R.0 RC ldWeather Marks { Ul] IL Big TenBall Games gOV' N tI WEAK HTTMRKS VETERAN…

…, accom- panied by Coach Hoyt, left yester.- day afternoon for Lawrence, Kans., where the Wolverines will compete in the seventh annual Kansas Re- lays Saturday. Two individual stars and a medley relay…

… collegiate ranks, will also run against the Wolverine in his first outdoor appearance of the year.t Brooks, who has been hampered by lack of weather suitable for3 outdoor practice, will also run up{ against a…

… practice, and is expected to show better in outdoor competition. Relay Team Is Entered Dalton, Seymour, Lomont, Ben- son; and Monroe, will compose the first Wolverine medley relay team ever entered in a…

… of hitting was the chief tempt to break into the conference heat. fault that could be found with the l win column with defeats at the Miss Ilelen Wills, tennis Wolverine baseball team in its first…

…'sl such a spectacular manner last lieves he holds a world's high score I Illinois...........1 0 1.000 grounder to roll between his legs in' year the Wolverines would appear for three games. His first game…

… In 1929-30 Season WILL BE FIRST MEETING Not only is the footballteam; scheduled to meet Princeton Uni- verstiy, but Coach Cliff Keen of the Wolverine wrestlers announced yes- terday that a match has…

April 26, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

…s 1 THE MICHIGA IAlT'LY F~TAPR AIL 26 , 1i2 k ----- - ----------- -- ... . -- WOLVERINES MEET IMPROVED SYRACUSE NINE TODAY OANGE APPEAR WEAK I STAFF OF HURLERS- No Change Is Likely To Be…

… suffered7 at the hands of the Wolverines at Ann Arbor last year when the Or- ange nine plays host to the invad- ing .Michigan contingent at Syra- cuse today in the first game of the; annual two contest…

… the Boston nine in5 check after his insertion late in thek game, will probably be used on the mound today to oppose McAfee, star; Wolverine hurler.I Three more of last year's veterans. will appear in…

…-t field. The third outer garden willk be taken care of by Sibus, anothera member of the 1928 squad. Sopho- nores will take care of all the in- field positions.1 The regular Wolverine lineup willC appear in…

April 02, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 137) • Page Image 7

…S ESDAY, APRIL 2, 1929 .T H E - 'Iii G AN .A-I.L I WolverinesPlace Second In Swimming Meet_- ADERmDING__-MO SONAL ATTE~NTION LIKE )ME AT :A SAVING OF 100% [TH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916, )E LAUNDRY, 204…

…, Coach Matt Mann's swimmers gained enough places to outscore. both Princeton and Rut- gers, who tied for third with 14 points apiece. Garnet Ault, cap- tao-elect, was 'high scorer for.the Wolverines

… the Wolverine by 10 yards.r The Brigham Young entry was I again the star of the meet, being; the only competitor to win twot events. Rutgers' fast quarter defeated the Wolverines by a yard in the! 200…

… individual. championships atT in titles and three teams to the the individual meetinwhich the runnr-uppos in Bt teaske Wolverines were not entered. 1uneruppatOn ig,''et aset Kelly Defeats Montague ball in the…

… logical finalists, while Clark given Lambert's teams by far the Wolverine captain by a time mar- must also be considered. best rating in the Big Ten over the gin which would have been called ,Brockmeier is…

April 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… entered the Penn relays which are being Id at Philadelphia at the same time. Michi an's chances in the two relays which the Wolverines have entered m are conced~ed to be unusually good Farrell's men have…

… opening game of "he Wolverine season. All of t' : 'layers were confident that they would keep up the record of straight victor-! 'ies which has been established by former Wolverines. ' Four .singles and two…

… the weath- er is good; MICHIGAN RECORDS In the Michigan-Harvardtgame of 1914 the Wolverines gave thle Crim- son men the greatest battle ever evi- denced between thetwo schools. Har- vard won 7-0 but the…

… Easterners when the Wolverine tennis team was defeated 4-2. The two schools were tied in the singles in a hotly contested match between Shafroth and Norrington but Colum- bia took the doubles sets. At the…

… Drake relays in both 1919 and 1920 Michigan won first in the I1klf-mile relay. Also in 1918 the; Wolverines came in second in this event. II '. With four titles to his credit this New York…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

… Lawrence Favrot ulich C. D, Malloch yWallace Flower :d Charles R. Richards kwood Richard G. Burchell THE WOLVERINE: 1916-1922 Persons active, in local' journalistic circles will doubtless note considerable…

… significance in the an- nouncement that the Board of Control of Student Publications yesterday, in answer to a petition from the managing editor and business manager elect of The Wolverine, voted to make that…

April 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 147) • Page Image 7

…....... . ....... YfSTURDAYS, RESULTS XMIbiI('AN 1LEAGU'E BASEBALL CHATTER ICoach Ray Fishei 's Wolverines corn- roa i' 0the. visiting team was retire tined pitching cf mid-season caliber ool…

… Pitchers - Hoyt; Bradley, Rus'sell, The Wolverines debut pr Simmons. the exact antithesis 'of NATIONAL LEA(AUE1'.when1 Northiwestern won <"ircznat 11 10 00-- 151 ,10-7, and Maxton scored Chicago ........000…

…. The giant Wolverine hurler had his fast ball working to p~erfection strik- ing out no less than 13 of the Wild- cats. Captain ichnson the cleanup _ S e ater's and GolHose to match Plain colors in eight…

April 04, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…~otor Fuel 66USING IS CONVINCING", WOLEIEMOTOR OILS F - IRS Proper lubrication is the use of the right grade of Wolverine Motor Oil for youzr engine. No one grade of oil can satisfactorily meet all…

… conditions encountered in dif- ferent types of engines in au.,motive service. There is a right grade of Wolverine Motcr Oil for every engine. Free crankcase service at all of our stations. MICHIGAMME OIL…

April 30, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

… Game Of Series Today FISHER TO START ALTERED LINEUP *an Lenglen, A Left Hander, Slated To Take Xound Agalnst Wolverines EXPECT PITCHING DUEL Coach Ray Fisher's new infield combination will receive its…

… Detroit nee ilur a! row. 57-0 score." So great was the super- In Ottemes the Minnesota team has iority of the Wolverine team that they a sure point winner in several of the lost but one set. events. He is…

… desperately, but his rally availed lit- reported comparatively weak in the tle for Crane finished the match, 7-9, weight events. 6-1, 7-5.1 The Wolverines, although they plac- Captain Krickbaum conquered Al ed…

… they bur- ied 6-0, 6-1. Neither Titan team seem- ed at all able to cope with the ag- gressive game displayed by the Mich- igan men. Both Wolverine teams worked well together and took the net throughout…

… golfers on this year's squad, the Wolverines are expecting a vic- tory. Freely and Glover are veteran stars of last year's team and are ex- pected to play some of the best golf in the Conference this season…

April 28, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

… last Sat urda y afternoon. Philadelphia yiclded two first places in individual events and a third place in the fo'ur-mile relay while at Des- Moines the great Wolverine two mile team took its event in…

… confident of a win over the in a great final spurt on the part of Wolverines in their game with Coach 'I'e double defeat of the Wolverine After scoring a decisive victory Ilicks. Hicks, Hornberger, Calahan…

… vault but was field problem is practically settled ski hurled the Maize and Blue into a The Wolverines had little trouble 3 eliminated at 12 feet while Hubbard, with the exception of the shortstop tie for…

… drow the pitching assignment with lead until the eighth when he lost 1Ithe flashy attack of the Wolverine, stripes while Charlie Reinke and Fremont as his battery mate. Against control of himself and the…

April 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…, CHOSEN I BUSINESS HEAD OF WOLVERINE Walter S. Riess, '21L, business man- ager of The Chimes and the man who is credited with suggesting he maga- zine, resigned lfis position o the pub- lication yesterday…

…, '21L, student councilman nd for- mer Daily man, business manager of the Wolverine for this coming sum- mer.. The managing editor will be named later. GRNDRPIDSINS MEET Michigan's Informal Swimming Team…

… satisfactory. Win Half Mile Butler, Loesch, Cook, and Wetzel, forming the half mile relay squad for the Wolverines, counted first place, in the University half mile relay with Missouri, running second and Iowa…

… Unable to Connect II Wolverine Captain's Clever Delivery SCORE 10 TO 3 COUNT IN INITIAL CONFERENCE BATT \ (Special to The Daily) Bloomington, Ind., April 24.-In. first Conference game of the sea Michigan…

… won from Indiana by a to 3 scone. Coach Lundgren's men led throng out the contest, Parks keeping Indiana team scoreless until the eig inning. The Wolverines drove K kel, the Hoier's star twirler, fr the…

…. Kunkel pitched a -hard game Frid in which Indiana beat Wisconsin 7 6, and this imay account, in part, f( the ease with which the Wolverin hit him. The contest was a long affair, t ing two hours and…

April 05, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 143) • Page Image 7

… established by the invaders, while the others are credited to Wolverines. Jimmy Reid, the Harvard Iron Xan, bettered the former two mile mark* held jointly by Ted IHornberger of Michigan and Benson of Cornell…

… the high jump, when Chuck Waldo leaped 5 feet 11 3-8 inches, and Don Cooper set a new mark for the low hurdles of :09.4. Seven of the other eight field house marks are held by Wolverine athletes, while…

… considerable walking. With regard to the strength of the Wolverines in the several events added to those of the indoor schedule, it appears as though the hamm-er will be well taken care of by the veteran Ketz…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

WOLVERINE SWIMMERS RANKED HIGH ACTION EARLY SEASON BATTING !!LVLIIIIL ETII IAIT IN RIDER CUP MATCHES' IN MYTHICAL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS TE M !LY PVICTPA ""~.. xCiark{ Selects 1Al-ouferen(T teaijiil…

… as a potential conqueror of the ap- parently strong Wolverines, should furnish plenty of opposition for the local team to, insure an interesting afternoon. Last week the Pontiac or- i/ , chosen by…

….-Columbia's crew is the Hawks after a victory over Mich- composed of seven sophomores and ' ian. one junior. i anizationr played Ypsilanti formal1 on the "best possible", medley relay sensational Wolverines in the…

April 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

… - , ,2 AMBITIOUS SCHEDULE IS g, ARRANGED FOR WOLVERINES t always. :/iavtin1g Steve Farrell is busy at work with preparation lire his Wolverine trackmen in prepara m must do a lot tion for the fast…

… Conference champions, Il- linois, will give the Wolverines suf- f r ficient cause for worry at ferry field. On May 20 the' team will travel to Chicago to meet the Maroons and should have little trouble in…

April 28, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…-T ENTRANTS Iowa Will Bring Strong Squad I V~ I1L;.,I1 I11ULI1L11111 L V Here For Outdoor Dual Meet With Wolverines Saturday ---iSy Varsity Team Will Meet Iowans In First Home Match Of Season Iowa will bring…

… its strongest On Ferry Field Tomorrow , team in a number of years to op--____ pose the Wolverines when the Con ference indoor track champions EVERETT LEADS VISITORS invade Ferry Field Saturday in…

April 03, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 138) • Page Image 7

…Te indoor gym meet which will A member of tflree championship1 Welsh And Ott To Play In Outfield be staged at 3:00 o'clock this after- Four Wolverine swimmers com- relay teams is the distinction which Indiana…

… Saturday at the nation- member of the 1927, 1928, and 1929 has been going on in the gym dur- al collegiate title meet in St. Louis. Wolverine quartets which won the WILL HAVE GOD INFIELD ing the winter. The…

April 23, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

… under favorable con- race at Ohio came in 1925 when a ditions may tie the record of 9.8 sec- i Michigan team turned in the time of! onds set by Hubbard of Michigan in 1:30.2. The Wolverines were also 1925…

… there thus far, 8:06. his past performances, he will be a Michigan, winner in 1924, is credited certain-point winner.' Jones and Tar- with the time of 8:12.3, while last bill are the other Wolverines to…

… QUARTET FEATURESTake Coaching Jobs 1 I- IT{ Sad, sad news awaits all 1\ichigan SA SON.I1I ET P aquatic sport followers who had hoped__ :the Wolverine tan squad would repeat their string of phenomenal…

Wolverine yearlings yesterday be- afternoony gan spring swim practice, the first hree of the eight players have r4.time in the history of the sport. ever competed for Michigan SAn-d the Varsity stars, from…

April 20, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

… the western amlateur at 1to White Bear. t is tOaptnin Wlover, -a long distance pi-, ae; lot of the squad,- figured prominently .4 EXPECT, JAVELIN Wolverine Mainstay SEVENTEEN DIFFEIRENT SCHOQOLS…

… 3:20, while Ames with a heave of 183 feet 2 inches, ence game on the Wolverines 1927 pct? bushed the two mile mark of BOSTON, April 19-Ma~re r while the Rice institute qumber went schedule.z 7:56.2 in…

…. LPurdue and Illinois will ply)1,.hosts tthe Wolverines on M~ay. 5 and 7, Swhile the squad coached by Carlton F. Wells will open the home season on May 1.6 with Northwestern's jour- h ney to Ann Arbor…

…&rtz SMichigan's hard-hitting center field- er, who will lead the Wolverines in their first Conference game against Purdue today on the,- Ferry field dia- m iond. Puckelwartz is playing Ihis third successive…

April 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… To Be Chosen Today' F9ll !IO NIL IIONORS Final practice will ;e held today to1 determine the personnel of the base-1 Showing Of WolverInes In Big Ten? ball squad which is to be selected- Meet Make…

… during play in the Texas possible that the Wolverine star will.Open at San Antonio last January' meet Johnny Weissmuller, Illinois he believes, and as a result has can- Athletic club star who is swimming…

…- held the southerners to four hits but ble record on spring trips by winning his team-mates contributed seven er- more than two-thirds of their games. I rors. The Wolverines have taken 29 out of The last…

… record of Fisher's team last year ing next to the 14-2 beating adminiM- when the powerful Georgia nine, an tered by Vanderbllithr ''123. The la:g- annual jinx, upset the Wolverines' in est score ever made…

April 01, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

… victors difficulty in coming to an agreement The Wolverine infield is fastas- although this was usually done un- was in choosing the best center. It suming definite form with Ooster- officially. was a toss…

… other sections of the country ard, '28Ed. a capable fielder, and seems to be will be represented however, includ- filling the gap at third in good shape. ing the Missouri Valley, the South- WOLVERINES

… strength lies. In the outfield, the Wolverines are Last year's record entry of 15 Two of the five practice basketball not so well fixed. Puckelwartz in cen- squads still lacked the Yale aggrega- games…

… Edwin J. Mather for next year, the didates have made exceedingly spot- will take on added importance, with Wolverines meeting the Pennsylvania ted showings, one man looking good even greater competition…

April 26, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

…PAG $iX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1925 r ...__.. iiiiiiiii mill 101 11111 limmm . TO WOLVERINES DBOP TWO GAMES TO HARD HITTING ORANGEMEN . Great Field Of Stars In Drake…

… started the game on the 11Lound for Michigan hit a two bagger, while Ryrholm, playing right field, coun'ct- ed with one of Schlemel's fast balls for a three base hit. While the Wolverines were ham- mering…

… were composed of some of the best Wolverine golfers. Capt. Mode Holdsworth, Fred Glover, Bob Hastings, and Paige Lehman playing against Fred Freely, Addison Con- nor, Wesley Reed and a fourth mai ,whose…

…. M. Coach Fisher's Wolverine nine gar-. showed much promise. The Skipper Birks 1166 vs. D. Knapp 33; A. II. nered fifteen hits off the deliverings used 5 different boxmen, all of of Schlemel, pitching…

April 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… 440 yard hurdles. In addi-I dgan will be represented by a squad in the annual Drake re- et at Des Moines, Ia., which will lace today and tomorrow. a Coach Yost, Wolverine Athletic >r, named as referee…

…, the Wolverines hope :alk the world's record at the meet. The existing record is held by Ames. ih farrell has some exceptional- Sprinters on h'is quarter mile eai. Hubbard and Higgins are en of known…

… ability while either ite, Purdy or Feinsinger will fourth ma.n. Wittman's injury eaken Michigan's chances in the however. Wolverines also plan to enter -mile team in the Drake meet. Farrell has four milers…

…- Erwin has a special design in want- ed on the sacks. No less than nine ing to win the 100-yard dash' at Drake. Wolverine players were left stranded Deep in his heart he has long harbor- on the sacks. ed…

April 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

… the new drills will be started in earnest. A small bandl will accompany the unit on its marches. Chase Catches Wolverine Detroit, 'April 21.-W. 11. Chase, president of the Alaska Game Protec- tive…

… association, who contracted to. provide a live wolverine for the local loo, says that although rather plenti- ful in Alaska, they are' hard to atch. HT~ obtained one, however. The ani- nial will be the ony…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 5

… Michigan nine have been, called upon to solve during their many Southern invasions. Out of a total of 11 games played since 1912 the Wolverines have been victorious in but six, while in total runs…

… subjected to some of the limitatiobs in practice that the Wolverine nine has been sub- jected. AGAO~ ENI hhIJOURNEYS NORTH (Special to The Daily) Norman, Okla., March 81.-With the coming of warm weather…

… the Camp f 1893 the Ken- Benning engagement. From Birming- been able to ham the Wolverines will start north- Michigan team, ward to Nashville, Tenn., -where they e best that the meet Vanderbilt in a…

… Vanderbilt. Little is' h battle as the known of the strength of the Nash- prime condition ville team this year, but by the time. Michigan meets them the Wolverines OnuoWAV. Jnt hnld hSnf ft by the Pa L li Acm…

April 30, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

… Liverance will the game against Notre Dame, if he continues his good form, he Id lead the Wolverines to victory the Catholics. The South Bend won from Kalamazoo college through eight errors of the Cel- city…

… Michigan nine will probably a harder fight than they did in last contest, which was a nine ree slaughter. According to the Wagner, the Purdue lefthander, probably pitch, and he may be for the Wolverines to…

April 21, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… :NINE DOWNS MICHIGAN IN OPENING GAME BY 2 SCORE INABILITY TO BUNCH. HITS IN PINCHES BRINGS DEFEAT TO WOLVERINES MISS SCORING CHANCES Three Innings End With Wolverine Runners Left On Third Sack; itchers…

… Stage Duel Inability to bunch their hits in the pinches proved the stumbling block for the Wolverines in the opening of the Big Ten Conference schedule and forced them to submit to a 2 to 1 de- feat by…

… where unable to score when once the men were on the bases. The Wolverines left 11 men on the bases, while only four members of the Purdue nine were stranded. In the first, second, fourth, and seventh…

… certain home runs. Purdue's in- field performed admirably, Wise, the catcherv being guilty of the only mis- play of his team. No errors were counted against the Wolverines, Kubi- cek's close play in the…

… sixth inning be- ing counted as a hit. Wolverines Outhit Purdue Don Miller, the star pitcher of thie Michigan nine, staged a pitching duel with Maxton, the ace of the Purdue squad. Miller allowed seven…

… hits, struck out six men, passed one man, and hit one batter. The Wolverines made eight hits, secured four bases on balls. Davis and Morse were given free passes to first base, both bet" hit by pitched…

… when Gilbert, Wolverine right fielder, tripled with two out, but Da- vis grounded out. In the fourth, Ku- bicek opened with a single, and ad- vanced to second when Maxton issued a base on balls to…

April 30, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… Detroit Home at the NOTDWOLVD off4E YOU'LL like the spirit of welcome and hospitality that pervades the entiro Hotel Wolverine organization.,lEvery employee is interested in giving you the quick, courteous…

…, willing service so necessary to your complete comfort. Mchigani students find the Hotel Wolverine convenient to all amusements and a favorite gathering place. You'll be more tlnpleased with the bright…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

… is a possibility that conditions at Philadelphia will favor the Wolverines. Illinois drew the 13th position in the race to be held Saturday, and su- perstitious Michigan supporters are counting on this…

… jigx to defeat the Illini. The Wolverines drew fifth place in the race. FOU INDOOR AMES PLAYERI IN FRATERNITY BALL SERIES Four games were played in the fra- ternity indoor baseball series ,Thurs- day l…

April 30, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 150) • Page Image 7

…-fk-ES SHI IOP T-71 ' .i ,.a al ADVERTI SING AT 3Fal + pILss ae*i~l'' ViTe II With BE.RELIN SWARS AGAIN -Wolverine golfers sored thei se- ouid successive victory ove the st og rDetroit Golf club team by…

… avenge the defeats adminis- tered to Michigan teams (during pre- vious seasons. The 'Wolverines attain- ed their first vict ory over the D- troiternslast Friday in a matcha played on the Detroit golf cub…

… Detroit. Cole defeated his opponent by a score of two and one last week, while he took two and a half points in his match yesterday af- ternoon. John Bergelin was the sec ond Wolverine to repeat his success…

… Hastings, a vetran of two years experience, won two and a half points for the Wolverines in defeating Fr ancis Ryan, who played in the place of Larr'y Kinar of the Detroit team. John lover Captured the final…

… players considerably. All of the men experienced difficulty in putting due to the poor condition of the greens. The Wolverine squad appears to be in good condition for the opening con- ference matches with…

… one of the most prom- ising men on the squad._ ,WOLVERINE SWIMMERS AWARDED HIGH HNR (Continued from Page G) the 220, Moody and Druiding are awarded' the other places. No complaint can be lodged against…

April 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

… Brooker Conceded to Among Best Men Entered at Penn Relay Races be EXPECT WOLVERINES TO CAPTURE THREE FIRSTS (Special to The Daily) Philadelphia, April 25.- Although teams from many parts of the country…

… event, thus making a trio of first places for Michigan, the critics are also doping Brooker to make it a fourth win for the Wolverines by leaping to victory in the pole vault. Brooker's best mark of 12…

… time in wins ring but if he goes to the Penn relays, Ras there is a possibility, P'rosser should nt indications a being impressive. Martin, Wolverine1U5 win tIs event v th a leap around 1 to ensue when u…

Wolverines. isas relays held under adverse conditions. Lloyd, Ne- Michigan's Varsity tenis team will will have a chance to braska speed merchant, won the 50 mt itsrs pporn en of the ace t tbr w th discus 125…

… probably go Ze: ord. Landowski has a good chance for, go star. Allen putters, Van Orden, Wolverine stiar man who has shown to better advant- a second place if he throws it as well at Kansas, City weight man…

April 26, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… member of the Wolverine squad,, had little trouble in defeating Law- rence, in two straight heats, 6-0, 6-1. Captain Richard Crane, of the Mich-{ igan team, decisively defeated Lantner with scores of 6…

…-1, 6-2. Stauffer, ofE the Aggie, battled Vose in two close sets, but fell before the flashy attack of the Wolverine, losing the first' set 6-4, and the second 6-3. Elliot, playing his first match for the…

… doubles match.- The first match ended with the score 6-3 in favor of the Wolverines. In the second set the Aggies were unable to win a game, losing 6-0. The last match of the meet was forced to go into an…

…- ming the Wolverines, 2-6. In the finalI set which decided the match, the Wol- verines bolstered and won easily with a ;core of 6-1. Band To Give Next Concert On Wednesday 1 HUDSON TO SPEAK ON DED LEAGUE…

…, running anchor man on the jump. two-mile relay team, won the event Cver shadowing the performance of for the Wolverines at the Drake relays the individual athletes was the record yesterday by defeating…

… of Texas. The Wolverines, with the several city departments, costing the aid of the brilliant running of Charley taxpayers of Detroit hundreds of thou- Reinke, the anchor man, won the sands of dollars…

April 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… teammates turned in the best condition a healthy sunburn, the re- air efforts in the hot south- The Wolverines were fav- ood weather and were able e their schedule in the or- been arranged. Kentucky pn fell…

… Arbor iidutrialC Cneeris With bnited Number At Werk start I ess before Parks' isy victim, 2 to 0, iter at Athens. e Georgians were - end of a 6 to 3 d Saunders hurl- he Wolverines di- i Vanderbilt, los…

… during the (ee Number 3, Page Six) Wolverine TrackI Star Bothe red T y Straied Tf do00 Capt. Carl Johnson of the Michg track team will be unable t compete on the cindery f r. several weeks. The strained…

WOLVERINES OCT. 30 Tulane university of New, Orleans will meet Michigan on the Ferry field griiron October 30. The announce- ment of this game was made by Mr. Bartelme yesterday. According to Mr. Bartelme the…

… will be the first one in which the Wolverines have played a southern team since the days when Michigan used to play Vanderbilt an- nually. The Tulane game is the seventh one to be arranged for the 1920…

April 28, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 155) • Page Image 7

… little 'NTC relay, where they will be, striving to chance to capture' first honors. 1).t REM1,XARKABLE SALE OF TV establish a new world's record. 1.i iout. Wolverine vaulter, may ac ofli- 1 1TROUSER SUI…

… in this race, but it xwill have teamt t Illinois this year look: i to be at top form to finish among th e bryight with fir veteranms retutrn' place winners. The Wolverine run- jug frola~ kst ear' s…

April 02, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

… a challege t 1:4 A ~~iT nQ George Young, winner of theIi(, le t In reward for the most successful swimming campaign ever enjoyed byl a Wolverine tank squad since the in- auguration of the sport at…

…. Although the only event in which the Wolverines failed to place at the Big Ten meet was the fancy diving contest, two of the form artists were also selected on the basis of reliable dual meet performances…

…. meets, the Wolverines defended their laurels as state champions by winning the greatest number of points in the long series of meets with many Detroit stars as opposition. To end their A. A. U. activities…

April 25, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

… he pass- ed to Feinsinger with the former receiving a slight injury from a flying spike. Each of the first three leading Wolverines having made up some distance, Feinsinger running anch- or, took up…

… the impossible task of catching Georgetown and Holy Cross. who were 20 yards ahead. Despite their having started in tenth position, the Wolverine quartet finished in fifth place. Coach Farrell was far…

… were mast- era of th'e play throughout. Although it was growing dark, Law. - rence and Pierson took the court against Krickbaum and Crane, t he 1 Wolverine pair. However, after the Michigan team romped…

April 01, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… as a consequence the Wolverine baseballers will be anxious to even the series. IO21 MAY ENTER MILE TEAM IN A1 A, U. MEET! - i . ~ { EATHER HINDERS TRACKACTIVITIES: (,each Steve Farrell is anxiously…

… Coach Farrell concentrated on the Ohio car nival which brought forth favorable results. Wolverine runners establish- ing two meet records in the 880 yard and medley relay besides garnering several first…

April 25, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

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… NEW LOCATION Proper lubrication is the use of the right grade of Wolverine Motor Oil for your engine. No one grade of oil can satisfactorily meet all conditions 'encountered in dif- ferent types of…

April 08, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 133) • Page Image 3

… the big contest which kes place inthe California oval to- orrow afternoon. As the center of ;traction in the largest University ay 'celebration ever staged by the ears, the Wolverine squad is pre- ared…

…- fornia. Hutchison by vir- ensational running against favored for first place, al- nons and Losch 'may come' he Michigan runners have a tried sufficiently to show have. Wolverine followers to both men to…

… place rew for this event, otherwise her are also the same as in the cen- Here Hutchison is\regarded a .er as several weeks ago'he tied ormer world's record for'the dis- e in 21:1. Optimistic Wolverines, e…

April 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… Michigan counter had n made in the third inning. undgren's machine worked well in field and with the bat. Every nber in the Wolverine lineup hit ly except Kirch and he added to scoring with two runs. Perrin…

…, Robertson winning third, the only Michigan place in the event. Second and third places in the 220 yard free style went to the Wolverines when Gilmore and Bab- cock counted. The feature of.the evening was Gil…

… one well worth taking in spite of the defeat. Grand Rapids has ex- pressed a desire to appear on the Wolverine schedule next season. If it is real artistic, decorative wall coverings you want, go to C…

April 08, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

… Apriltered. Ilowever, to make the trip tlhe against Kiechhefer with a lead of 60 3 while none of the Wolverines will following weekend, a an must shoV points over th-e Chicagoan. Only oneI snt to ansas games…

… for. Your check yill be surprisingly small. WOLVERINE CAFE could ask DES 1VOINES, April 7-A record-; breaking entry list of nearly 3,000 ath-f letes for the Drake relays to be held here April 29 and…

April 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

… that beat the Wolverines by a 21 to 18 score. But COACH FAIR HELLN S TWLVE MEN TO 60 TO DRAKE RELAYlS; TWO TO0 PENN 'Intramural It Varsity to Compete in Two Mile, Mile, and Half Mile lays and in…

… the trip east. Mer- rick, of Wisconsin, and several other men who have cleared the bar at a heigh.t close to 13 feet will be on hand' to fight it out for first honors with the little Wolverine. and some…

April 24, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…ZICH] L r 1.1 [ICH __ REVERIE OF AN OLD WOLVERINE DAY FEATURE SECTION cd every Sunday as a supplement to ar news section of The Michigan utions must be in the hands of the Wednesday previous…

… the haze- I saw the Wolverine machine of now long-vanished days; McGugin, Hammond, Rheinschild, with Sweeley, White and Snow- I wish we'd had J. Harvard, Tom, a few short years ago. -New York Tribune…

April 21, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 149) • Page Image 7

… Wisconsin to inaugurate the Conference season today at Madison. The Wildcats, smarting" front their 7-1 defeat at the hands of the Wolverines, will seek their initial victory against the Badg- ers. Either…

April 09, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

….. " +"" ' "'Ci4' i 0 , ,; WOLVERINE- CAFE Food that you know is always fresh and clean-the highest quality at the lowest prices. Vo2-®RM1 "JUST JERSEY"i MILK %321 For those who care The Oaklandsh Ann Arbor…

April 29, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 153) • Page Image 6

… all-campus R op r I N o Wolverines will have to show add-= off, but was postponed due to the Harlan Walter, another man playing and o interfraternity tennis. If for pe iS .To tional strength in the…

… Will fleet Wolverines In lDual Match At Three O'Clocek on ferry Field Courts VARSITY IS CONFIDENT: Michigai's Varsity tennis squad will nieet the strong Marquette ag- gregation at three o'clock this…

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