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April 01, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

… FIRST PLACES OF WOLVERINES; RELAY LOSES BY YARD. (Special to The Daily) NP;W iHAVEN, CONN., March 31.-Michigan's heretofore lun- beaten swimming team suffered a decisive 41-21 defeat at the hands of Yale…

…, Bessimer and Howland, to the time of one minute and 36 seconds. The Michigan natators netted only six places, the two firsts, three seconds and one third. Walker, Wolverine dash ace, placed second to…

April 02, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 132) • Page Image 7

…. I by some six or seven rekes. Jones and Smith, his youthful book telegraphic meets for each The Wolverine golfers have been As it was he ,iiished the first rival, have been paired for the scc week…

… 1929 they won all dual{ nieets, but finished second in thei all-Conference tourhament held at Minnesota. All of the Wolverine dual meets have been won by de- cisive scores, last year's closest contest…

… the next few years. Boast Strong Material. Last year's crack Varsity, squadI has several members still in school who should turn in good perform- ances for the Wolverines again this season. Ahlstrom…

April 03, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

… far Babe Rut, Meine and Brame are outstanding. the Wolverines, with the Purple out of his way to land any minor Again is proving the sensation of exhibitionsBh t sL yearned in ni one team scoring two…

… this season, but club's regular right field guar- day. HoWever, in thw crucial test, does produce some potential dian. Jeffries, an infielder, the Wolverines, although strong - ------- -- should: remain…

… premier was the only first place taken by All - America selections in both hurlers of the Cleveland In- the Wolverins when the quartet basketball and hockey as announc- dians min their initial appear- Most…

… Walker, veteran Wolverine, in the two sports. The selectionsf out allowing them a smigle hit. trailed Schwartz across the line in follow with Tompkins, Wolverine Now that Art Shires has signed the 100 yard…

… Intercollegiate champions is the only dual meet iosN that the Wolverines have suffered, this sea- son.! Capt. Ault won the 440 yard swim and Boldt took first honors in the 150 yard back stroke eventj to score the…

April 04, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…- tea'y htters. Six Wolverine Tankmen Receive letic club star, and Clarence "Bus- SCn AMA' fr Se ter" Crabbe, ace of the Honolulu Outrigger Canoe club swimmers, come used to having a new mana-! on 1930…

… 21 feet, 6 inches and Chuck Hoyt's freshman 440 relay very raw errors. However, it is TJackson, with 21 feet, are among team beat the regular Wolverine this occasional rustiness only that to contest…

… at Harvard, forcing. Coach Mann's men into second place. Finally in the last meet of1 the season, the Wolverines suffer- ed the worst defeat of the season' when thew bowed to Yale 41-21. Coach Mann is…

… Schmieler in theinfield at shortstop. free style sprints, the Wolverine Jimmy Wilson, Earl Smith, andtu freshmen have Chase, Sanborn, Gus Mancuso ought to do a good; seven Klintworth, Morgan, and Marcus, IJob…

… Fisher bell. used in the final two innings for Yesterday marked the second the regulars, is now one of the big day of the outdoor work-outs of question marks of the Wolverine the cinder path squad with…

April 23, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 142) • Page Image 7

… so far this Other phases of spring athletic act- stadiigs. year was with the Detroit Tennis ________ghtt--Club last Saturday. The Wolverines .* .. :... ivity the Peak of attainment turned in a fine…

… activi- margin of two holes, and Lenfesty Last year the Wolverines swept (r3 Assochued P rss) ties will be staged inside the held a wide edge over Royston, through the regular Conference ATLANTA, April 22…

April 23, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 142) • Page Image 8

… Oglo, of Ohio State in the Lecture Room, Saviour." WOLVERINE TEAM I EDMONSON SPEAKS TO OPEN SEASON BEFORE COLLEGES .MOnto State Nine Faces Fisher ON TRIP IN SOUTH Men in Baseball Opener. Dean J. B…

… hurl- -___ er, against the Wolverines in an ef- MICHIGAN STATE - Extensive organization. This gathering, ac- fort to annex another Big Ten plans have been made for the sec- cording to E. J. Ottoway, '94…

April 24, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 143) • Page Image 6

… makes her win tour:- of, the half' dozen men working, out under the former Wolverine. star. Heys. A other champion that thxe Under the° direct spriinof DJ~tnold veteran trained was Jerry Tra- Coaceh Kipke…

… the Wolverin es can un- should place in the diseus event, cover a center with a fairly good ____--- chance to jump against the other Conference centers the team will be ChER EADNGat a ditstinct…

April 26, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

… southl Ferry field before a crowd of 2,-! 500 fans. For 11 innings Joe Holtz- ; man of the Wolverines and Balsley of the Orange eggdin a pitch- er'stbattle, neiti ec.flowing a run to cross plate. Daniels…

… twelfth. Only five Wolverines reached first base in the first 11 in- Negative Team Wins Champion- nings off Balsley's delivery, as a re- ship on Question of Judge sult of three hits, a walk and a force play…

… Hudson. The question: Resolved that a judge orj big first baseman was all over the r infield. Norm Daniels made the only board of judges be substituted for Wolverine error when 'he threw low the jury in…

April 26, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

… ~ ------------ - RITYLEINEKSMEN ERANE6 ETI arind ChatterU WILL, MEEIT P uRD UEL' l0ULEINSTOA ,_, ; l RUTH MAKES FIRST HOME RUN AS YANKS FINALLY WIN GAME K i Wolverine Team Is Undefeated in Dual Meet Competition for Three…

… victories. The Boilermakers have been participating over their home NATIONAL LEAGUE. course longer than the Wolverines w L Pet. and have hung up two voctories New York ..........4 0 1.000 over non…

… chances and even the staunches supporter of the, home talent wil admit that the Wolverine cause did look very shaky at times. S Topol, husky Syracuse guar- dian of the far corner, came within an ace of…

Wolverines furnished the first double play of the season on Ferry Field. Sulkowski ground- ed to Norm Daniels who threw to Straub, doubling Stoneberg, who in turn relayed the ball to Hudson in time to catch…

… triple over, Langen's head in left field. With none out things looked fatal for the Wolverine cause but Holtzman finally pulled out of the rough. } able to crash into the win column on Ferry Field…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 Y 4 4 iaiIl MEMBER I ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XL. NO. 146 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1930 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE Cl ENTS E -- - .. i WOLVERINES DOWN SCS E…

… the hit- ting power, which, prior to the opening of the season; it was be- I KEIN lieved they possessed. In addition to the effectiveness with which the Wolverines con- nected with the offerings of…

… fuinbled in an "artion. The fit ofthesen talks, attempt to catch Straub off third buriterid a 4:15p'ciokMonday' w and the Michigan captain crossed eder d natu:1 occ audi-y the rubber for. the first Wolverine

… scor- of Business Administration.h ed the second run of the onning. oBsiesAmiisraio._t The Wolverines practically put the game on ice in the sixth byi bunching two doubles and a sin-M gle by the same…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

… Wnolverinle Wolverine batting rallies hits rained tn ora the one round him from all sides, but each ight places will go to the one was just a little out of his kwest scorers with a sophi- reach. tanding or…

… Beagle. Gomp-e not cope with the accurate golf of ton struck out. No runs, no hits, no V his opponent. This was the only errors. s Wolverine loss of the day. Hicks FIFTH INNING-Syracuse: Kelley e again won…

April 27, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… acktason g forceful service proved more than R H E retired him unassisted. No runs, no decisively turning back a strongenough for the Wolverines. Philadelphia 011 010 001- 4 5 1!hits, no errors. Western…

… ......010 000 002- 3 10 1 sharply through Topol, Hudson seasons the Wolverines displayed a Sorenson down to a straight set New York . .104 100 11x- 8 11 0 scoring. Truskowski was caught well balanced front…

April 30, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…-elected by Freshmen. WILL DECIDE ON RULES Penitentiary Inmates Cowed by Show of Force; National Guard Officer Given Charge MONTAGUE WILLa of Jail Break Mutiny. .. Wolverines Show Improvementj in Batting…

… especially row afternoon in Room D, Alumni Tribute to Members. day to aid in the developing of gratifying to Wolverine fans. Memorial Hall. His discussion is class spirit for the gaes. The Michigan's lineup…

… events, five of Ohio scored 'on- Loose Fielding. itmotetamesnoftheew memh which wibe besFridayafterioon at. Montague, the Wolverine moun d-,itiut ? , er~taieo tenmsofte~w ~mesthe Hurn flyr and te…

April 30, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… service, as track coach At the con- accompanied the Wolverine thin- clads to the Drake relays last week.f The veteran mentor, who is retir- ing from the Michigan staff this year, was lauded as one of the…

… Assistant, Coach Cappon was directing the efforts of the backfield men. A long punting drill occupied the I time of several of the Wolverines in an effort to discover someoneI except Captain-elect Ducky…

April 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 136) • Page Image 7

… Captain-Elect Places Second in National Championships in 175-Pound Division. Carl J. Dougovito, '32E, was elect- ed to lead the 1932 Wolverine Var- sity wrestlers last night at a meet- ing of this year…

… National meet held at Providence, the Wolverine star placed second. YEARLING GOLFER HAS MANY TITLES (Continued From Page 6) piorgship, this time the Cincinnati District Amateur, which he captur- ed by…

April 09, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… bustling activity duri; these ideal sping days. Coach Ch rlie Hoyt and the Wolverine thinclads hold sway on the domain once occupied by the pigskin warriors of former years. Athletes are at work on the cin…

… first year mcrntor has several promising young athletes under his direction, who should become stellar performers on future Wolverine teams. In spite of the tendency for prac- tically everyone to let…

April 21, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

… Ferry Field' when tackles the nine from Michigan tate Normal College in the first ntest to be played since the Wol- eriries returned from their South- rn trip last week. Wolverines Win Three. With a…

… in the 480 yard shuttle event. Haefele took the timbers in an improved style yesterday and looks like a comer. Jackson and De-. Baker will probably complete the hurdle team. This year the Wolverine

… expected to re- port for practice either today or to-: morrow. The young Wolverine mentor in- tends to hold the first scrimmage session next Monday or Tuesday. The squad will be divided up into four smaller…

April 22, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… Doherty said. The Illinois meet will probably be the strongest outfit for the Wolverine first year men to hurdle. Freshmen are working out daily in preparation for these meets and have been- augmented by…

… the addi- tion of two distance men. Boylan in the mile and Elrod in the 440. COLFERS ",PREAE TO FACE SPARTAN'S TH R EE WOLVERINE CAPTAINS GAIN REGULAR BERTHS ON VARSITY NINE Wolverines to Play Hurons…

… clash on the dia- mond will start at 4:05 o'clock today, weather permitting. Verne Compton, ace of Fisher's mound staff, will probably draw the pitching assignment for to- day's game. The Wolverine main…

… brand of opposition to be expected from the East Lansing boys is unknown, but several times in years past they have managed to provide sterling oppositinn for the Wolverines. After the surprise…

… sports will play regularly on the 1931 Wolverine nine. Tompkins, who led the hockey sextet to a Big Ten title last winter and was named as goalie on the all-American team is also captain of the diamond…

April 23, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 142) • Page Image 7

… prevented the Wolverine baseball team from playing their scheduled ,game with the Michigan State Normal School nine .from Ypsilanti. Rather than postpone the ,game again Coach Ray Fisher decided to cancel it…

… Conference opponent when the University of Iowa invades the Wolverine strong- hold on Saturday. Very little good practice weather has been the lot of Fisher's aggregation since the return from the southern…

… space of 11 days be- ginning Saturday, the Wolverines will play a total of seven games. Following the IIawkeyes invasion this week end, the Wolves will rest on Sunday and meet Western State Teachers…

April 25, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

…i T.HE DAILY E.-ITU DAV, APRIL '25, 1cj3l T HE11In 11 1 -|- . ...,. .M- .. - ... .) .T L .T JRA. ...IL.2..... Wolverines pen omeSeasonAgamstIowa PON Tu OJlT THESE THINCLADS CARRY MAIZE AND BLUE…

…, Apr. 24.-The twenty-second Drake Relays here Sasaturday afternoon will be broad- Opponents Boast Galaxy of Stars s for one hour, between 3:30 and Including Former Wolverine 14:30 p. m., Central standard…

Wolverine Varsity is carded to en- club is known for its strength and counter the Hosei University nine. boasts a number of excellent play- This clever aggregation of Japanese ers. Among the latter are…

… have each school, having won the champion- held the post of captain on the ship of the Tokio Intercollegiate Wolverine team. League. Hammer and Brace played yes- The Hosei team is now making a tcrday…

… : R N S . A N 8 R,. l n E r a c e A50 E!1" A:A .N't y NCC A* * CY** i -; -r-~ - K~ .GAD NO P U9 L a WOLP S CAMPME-. TOLAN- Nne members of the Michigan track team, who carried the Wolverines to a Big…

April 26, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

…. partially held at bay by Compton use him as the Wolverine's second string hurler this year, employing Cleveland-Chicago, no game, cold. him in center field when he is not working on the mound in order to…

… YESTERDAY crowd. The victory was Hoyt's first 'n the field for the Wolverines in' Simmons ...............Athletics after two unsuccessful starts in pre- the past. Alexander .................. Tigers vious…

April 28, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 146) • Page Image 7

… was at ^econe base Possibility for So Many when the umpire first called "Play " , ~ ~Americans Hurt. ball" for the start of the season. Wolverine Swimmers Take Pair of Titles. Adoi ioVnal honorws…

…Kay. Western Mtate scored two runs in the ninth inning without a ball batted out of the infield. Neigen- find, left-handed ace of the Teach- er's team, held the Wolverines at bay except in the second inning…

… Fisher opinioned after the game that the wintry weather caused many of Michigan's five errors. SE1I BR ICS COOO RU (Continued From Page 6) son and may come through to round out a hard hitting Wolverine

… addition of Kracht and Dif- fiey to the Wolverine team has given it added punch and a con- siderable gain in fielding strength. Diffley is a far better receiver than Truskowski was last season, and his…

…'s third in the hammer throw at 138 feet all add- ed to a team total which stamped the Wolverine track aggregation as the outstanding team of the carni- val. pv I oJUL CasseZ'1t, C,11 '11t4Wj3UULILUL ,ULU…

… outstanding competitor for the Wolverines at the Columbus meet for the Buckeyes also annexed the lion's share of the honors over at the Penn Relay carnival, taking the 440, the medley, and the two-mile relays…

April 29, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

…THE MI HI 3 .AIL.Y WrDN-ESDAY, APPTL 29, IMI THFI MTCI-1IGKf~ DATLY WUNESDA~, A~IL ~, 1~aI ine Run Rally in Fifth Brings Wolverine Victory HOllES RSON L 0 ALZSJpk . ......._._..m GLASS…

… plate in the efifth inning o'f ystrday's game with Hosei University of Japan, Michi-f gan took its second home game of the season 12-5. Coming into the fifth frame, the Wolverine Varsity was trailing its…

April 30, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

…-game series that will constitute the final tuneup contests before the Wolverines fin- ally settle down to the task of cross- ing bats with some of their Confer- ence opponents. Although Michigan has looked…

… ing to play on the other Intramural opponen courts. The games that resulted' set a ne were quite interesting with an up- Wolverin set in one single match, two stir- mark to ring singles heats, end one…

… the eastern pennant contenders. several games. ad has shown a ast week the prospects look Detroit supplies five of the out- ord of sut With t ov l for the Wolverines to make standing new men who are at…

…. Wolverines also gained firsts Browns have added two new out- --------- - Johnny Bergelin, 1929 Varsity relay events, the quarter fielders in Waddey and Bettencourti GRAND RAPIDS, April 23.-(/')- captain, will…

… Luke Appling, brilliant against Johnny Hoekstra, of Niles. been appointed captain. Campbell,. giant Wolverine shortstop, and Mel Simons, former - - - - - thrower, tossed the iron a American Association…

… excellent play ast week, will probably get the cali again Satur- day when the Wolverines tee off against the Buckeyes. The strength of the Ohio State contingent is unknown, cept for the fact that the winner…

… and run- ner-up in the State Championship tournament last summer are occu- pying the first and second ranking positions, all of which seems to indicate that the Wolverines are in (Continued on 'age…

April 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

Wolverine V .- dispense with practice until after Drake Relays will be closely watch- in order with 83 successful shots, city has been appointed chairman periene and the task which faces Spring vacation. ed…

April 05, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…I Wolverines making the trip, als) Intermediate, A d v a n c e d. on a hard drive with accure-.te the count up to four for the inning, turned in creditable performancesI Certificate or College Credit. French…

April 08, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

… Varsity golf coach Thomas True- blood's initial call for candidates.; Of this number ten have been ten- tatively selected to represent the Wolverines in th opening match with the Detroit Country Club on…

… was conducted by Coach Johnstone. Four Wolverines Bid for Olympics Schmieler, Degener, Cristy, Drysdale to Try out. Michigan swimmers having con- cluded a most successful season, victoriously defending…

April 19, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… Normal C Wednesday Afternoon. b Wet grounds caused the post- Donement of the scheduled match with the Detroit Country Club for p Coach Thomas Trueblood's Varsity h golf team. The Wolverines remain- ed at…

… Lenfesty's outfit with an aggre- gate of 413 compared to 416 for their opponents. The opening intercollegiate com- petition for the Wolverines is card- I ed for Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 F when Michigan…

April 20, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… Michigan at Ferry field yesterday,5-4, in the first reg- ularly scheduled contest of the sea- son for the Wolverines. The Huron tallies came as a result 'of three hits, a sacrifice, and an error by Braendle…

…. With the exception of this one in- ning McNeal, who started on the mound for the Wolverines, pitched admirably. The other three hits collected off of him were widely scattered. Michaelis Hit Freely…

… Braendle's single, was caught at the plate in an attempt double steal.- Three of the Wolverine tallies came in the last half of the fifth. Petoskey started the proceedings with a hard line drive into right…

… streaks in which he was invincible. He scored seven strike--outs. All but three of the ten Wolverines whcP took part in the cnest fell at victim to his fast breakini curve ball. Ragged Ball Exhibited…

…. Altogether the Wolverines collect- ed 12 hits. Nine men were left on the bases. Michaelis bore down in the pineis, or else waited for some Michigan man to get too frisky on the bases. Both teams played ragged…

April 22, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… his batting, he should be a very val- uable man to the Wolverines. Chap- man, who played the initial sack, for the reserves, is a dangerous batsman but looks unsteady in the field. Both Kracht and…

Wolverines last spring walked off with the greatest nunr- ber of trophies. The Maize and Blue compiled an enviable record in taking three relays, the half, mile, and two-mile events. In addition to the relays…

April 23, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… TO MEET ILLIN BALLTEAM \BG{ ITEN OPEER Harley McNeal to Be on Mound for Wolverines Against George Mills. FOUR NEW MEN TO PLAY Count on Outfielders to Supply Punch to Michigani Attack. By Sheldon C…

…. Fullerton Harley McNeal, right handed ace of Coach Ray Fisher's Michigan baseball team, is slated to oppose one of the best hurlers in the West- ern Conference in George Mills, when the Wolverines cross bats…

April 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

Wolverines ma be playing. Yesterday the Wester Conference champions from Illi ois happened to be the unluck party, with the result that 'th lanky Michigan right-hander seI them home smarting under a 4 t 1…

… defeat. Good as McNeal was, it took mor than good pitching to stop the I lini. And that extra punch, in ad dition to the timely thunder car ried in the Wolverine bats, was sup plied by a brand new made…

… by setting 11 of the Wolverin down on strikes, but when mi were on bases he had a tough tir in keeping the Maize and Blue ba ters from giving the ball a ride.P that, he w o u I d have scrap through…

…- partment of economics, to explain why his department taught an eco- nomic system which allowed certain Two Wolverines go Hitless. Of the Michigan batters, ont 'Mike Diffley and Ken Manuel faile to hit…

April 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… Phila ig off several good plays.itt r a S delphia hurlers, winning 16 to 5. Thngolsveriaemgtopltes. td Pittsourgh and St. Louis indulged I The Yankees collected six runs in The Wolverine mentor alternated…

… to 1 (Continued from Page 1) end inning the Wolverine third stcker poled a mighty wallop be- tween right and center clear to the tennis courts, but in circling the U ases neglected to touch third and…

April 18, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

… series of time-trials culminating in a track meet among members of the team at Ferry Field Saturday afternoon will determine the makeup of the team which will represent the Wolverines at the Drake relays…

… entry list which included three relay teams and seven individual perform- ers from which the Wolverine repre- sentatives will be chosen Saturday. Relays, Special Events Entered in the mile quartet are De…

…Baker, Allen, Ellerby, Turne rnd Lemen. Turner and Lemen may run in the two-mile relay along with Doe Howell, Childs 'and Braden. Wolverine entries for the medley relay, which includes the 440, 880, three…

April 19, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

…TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY Chicago's New Mayor Plunges Into His Work lWolverines Meet Detroit Club In Tcinis Opeiei Satirday The Michigan tennis team will run into its first competition of the year this…

… Saturday when it meets the De- troit Tennis Club at Detroit. Although the Wolverine squad suf- fered a great loss by the graduation of most of last year's Varsity men. Captain Richard Snell being the only…

… every year of his college ca- reer. As a sophomore he stepped into the spotlight as a member of Mich- igan's Big Ten indoor championship team. In 1932 he was again instru- mental in the Wolverine victory…

April 20, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…. Any group interested in combining Wolverines Bat Out 7-3 Victory Over Hillsdale Good Pitching And Timely Hitting Gives Michigan Win In Opening Game HILLSDALE, April 19. - Timely hitting in three…

… innings gave the Michigan baseball team a 7 to 3 vic- tory over Hillsdale in the first offi- cial game of the season for the Wolverines here this afternoon. The Maize-and-Blue made their nine hits and the…

April 25, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

… Wins Battle With Ypsilanti 12-4 Maize-And-Blue Team Re- taliates For Defeat Dur- ing Spring Vacation Braendle, Petoskey Each Score Three Nine Runs Scored During Fifth And Sixth Innings By Wolverines By…

… Ypsilanti, 12-4. The contest was staged on Ferry Field yesterday afternoon. Two pitchers, Mo ; and Quinlan were required to stem the tide of Wolverine hits: Patchin, Coach Fish- er's sophomore right…

…. Infield play in general was ragged throughout the game in both outfits. Thel Ypsilaniti out~ffit committed five ciors, while Michigan accounted for four. The Wolverines, however, man- aged to space their…

April 30, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… ; mus aaync bak.promisehsbadfBdelity, obedi--T lro ence, and also to follow him wherever n a Fre p t bn Iher sband Beticrs Hammer-Throw he may go!'" goes to Africa and forgets to give Of Former Wolverine

Wolverines' hopes of victory as the Spartans scored three runs on threej j hits to win, 5 to 1, yesterday at Ferry Field. Art Patchin and Francis Wistert gave up 11 hits to the invaders while their mates were…

April 01, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…-. OHIO STATE NATATORIUM, CO- LUMBUS, 0., March 31.-(W)---The Wolverines of Michigan tonight pad- dled their way to a fifth national in- tercollegiate swimming championship in the last nine years. Michigan…

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