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April 09, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

Wolverines in 'the Dallas meet; in the Friday night events, he was the only Wolverine (individual or relay team) who was able to rise above the third rank. JUNE GRADUATES -.. ... . . ,: v…

… swimming meets in Dallas. However, both stopped frowning shortly after as their swim- mers, particularly Daland's Trojans, came through one by one. Another handicap for the Wolverines was the dazzling form…

…- tially to Indiana's team point total, pushing them up closer and closer to the Wolverines and the USC Trojans. More disappointing to Coach Counsilman was Frank McKinney (below left), con- sistently left…

April 14, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 134) • Page Image 7

….14,; THE MICHIGAN DAILY ii, THE MICHIGAN DAILY a sa v .-. Wolverine Nine To Open Home Against -Daily-,James Warneka WOLVERINE STARTERS-Starting for Michigan when the Wolverines open their…

… Last spring Marcereau finished with a 2-1 mark including a 6-0 shutout of Iowa, the Wolverines' only whitewash job of the 1960, chase. On the college grapefruit circuit last week in Arizona Mar- cereau…

… to bunt, stroke and score while the visitors slash, mash and fly out. The Wolverines, too, were caught in this coup. Aided by the light desert air and Henrich and Bradsby, several Michigan batsmen…

… target for a Michigan team that still managed to poke seven homers in Arizona despite playing three games in a vacuum. Lund won't admit it but for this 1961 Wolverine team that four foot green picket fence…

April 11, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

… week as the Wolverines finished with a 6-3 record on their spring trip to the cactus capitol. Victims of the onslaught which saw Michigan bang out nine home runs in nine games, were Wyom- ing 4-1 and 4…

… trip provided Coach Don Lund with his first look at the sophomore-studded Wolverines in action, and he was not disap- pointed. Wolverines Off on Right Foot He pointed out that his club completed 11…

…-medley relay team composed of Bryan Gibson, Walt Schafer, Dave Martin, and Ergas Leps set a meet and field record in winning in 10:09.4. The four man Wolverine squad= 'in Trinidad accounted for six firsts and…

…, participating for the first time in varsity competition came through with convincing wins as the Wolverines' new num- ber one singles man. Miami, which has played 14 regular season matches thus far, beat Michigan…

… it fin- ishes the regular season. The two other Wolverine vic- tories were by Senkowski and Wayne Peacock in the number one doubles in the first match and by the third doubles combi- nation of Bill…

… Vogt and Bruce MacDonald in the second. The six. Wolverines who made the trip were Senkowski, Jim Ten- ny, Peacock, MacDonald, Vogt and Tom Beach. Coach Murphy commented, "Our lineup is not definite yet…

Wolverines, 19-9, and the Tar- heels did the job, 16-12. - "We played very well for so early in the year," Katzenmeyer commented, pointing out that his team averaged 76.7 and 77.1 re- spectively against the…

April 28, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 161) • Page Image 7

…." Harry agrees. "Overheads are my weakness-and I hate prac- ticing them. But I worked on it all winter and I feel better now hitting them." View From the Top...- The Wolverine captain played second fiddle…

… home the second singles Big Ten championship at Minneapolis. Teaming with Senkowski in the first doubles of the tourney brought home a runner- up trophy after the Wolverine pair lost to Northwestern…

… the flu on his returr ,nd didn't finally join the Wolverines again until the last two r ts of the season. And then a great homecoming. He f' in three sets to Michigan State's Tony O'Donnell when the…

… for defense of his second singles title in the Big Tens at Evanston, Harry swept through the opening rounds, lost .p out in the finals to-yeh-Graeb ner in three sets. The Wolverine little man paired…

… with Hal Lowe to ,{ }ham, ; '...v snatch the second doubles medal as Michigan, finished second to d Northwestern in the final score GOLIATH tally.- This year around the Wolverines have to face an even…

April 27, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

Wolverines' season record at 7-5. Michigan's starting pitcher, Fritz Fisher, wasn't quite as sharp as he had been previously in the season, according to Coach Moby Benedict. Fisher hit two batters and walked…

… three as he lost his first game against four wins. These five free passes, when combined with three Wolverine er- rors, helped the Illini push across just enough runs for the victory. Potentially more…

… damaging to the Wolverines' title hopes was an eighth inning injury to short- stop Dick Honig. The Detroit sen- ior was hit by a pitch on the left wrist as he led off the eighth in- ning. He stayed in the…

…-2 lead at the end of four innings. The Wolverines battled back to tie it up with Ho- nig's run in the top of the eighth, but the Illini squeezed a run across in the bottom of that inning to gain the…

… victory. "We just made too many mis- takes to win the ball game," said Benedict. History Repeats The Illini edged the Wolverines last year, 1-0. Fisher also lost that game. Illinois went on to win the Big…

…- Michigan Lagging Pace at Penn Relays ting order. Dave Campbell, Jim Steckley, Pete Adams, and Fisher carried almost the total offensive load. The Wolverines trailed 5-2 at the start of the seventh inning…

…, in which the biggest offensive threat of the Wolverines almost knocked Holland off ahe mound. Campbell started the rally with a single; and Steckley followed with an- other single advancing to second…

… when the throw to third base was too late to catch Campbell. Sophomore catcher Adams knocked in both the runners with the third straight Michigan hit, but the rally fizzled out and the Wolverines were…

… Sanders, Joe McGovern and Tom Kennedy outdid themselves in handing their coach, Artie O'Conner, a birthday present. In thediscus the Wolverines did somewhat better, but there was still a. bit of…

…, take on Notre Dame today at 2:00 on the Varsity Courts. The 8-1 victory over the Broncos was the Wolverines' f o u r t h straight, and left their season mark at 4-4. The Wolverines face an Irish team…

April 16, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…0 Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY AT CE7NITPRArL MICHJT' AT. ............ r SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1961 - Uon Wolverine Diamondmen Sweep Twin Bill By GARY GUSSIN Special to The Daily MT. PLEASANT…

Wolverine runawayI as Joyce allowed only one hit and faced the minimum 15 men over the last five innings. Neither team got a hit until the last of the fourth when Cen- tral Michigan put across its lone tally…

… throw to the plate. Joyce followed with a line double over centerfielder Bob Burek's head to score Newman with the Wolverines' second tally. An in- field hit and an error loaded the bases with two outs…

… sliced a double to right driving in two more Wolverine runs.- Doubles by Newman and Joe Jones accounted for the tally in the eighth, and Hood's homer in the ninth finished the scoring. Except for unusual…

… wildness which contributed to the Chip- pewa run, Joyce pitched an excel- lent game. Despite six walks and a hit-batsman, three Wolverine double-plays, pick-off, and a snuffed attempted steal, limited…

… Central Michigan to 31 batters- four over the limit. Less Impressive The Wolverines were somewhat less impressive in the nightcap as Fisher was repeatedly in nd out of trouble. Frequently, the Michi- gan…

… defense came to the rescue to keep the game out of Central's reach. Michigan was aided by a gen- erous Chippewa team which man- aged to commit nine errors, many of which touched off Wolverine rallies The…

April 03, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

… than just a ball game when Michigan got into trouble early with plate umpire Augie Acuna. In the second inning, Wolverine ne Lose~s ra Forfeits Game ' Acuna quickly called him out on strikes…

…, but when the Wolverine belter decid- ed to "fight instead of swish" If~~ I " i For the first time ! All you could ask of nature you get in a 6' - -WJe e Suzuki X-6 Hustler, a heavyweight in…

… with a count of one strike was politely inform- ed by Acuna that he had already been kicked out during the fracas at the plate. When the Wolverines protested that they had never heard any- thing about…

… side of their ledger. Ac- tually, it will go down in the of- ficial record books as "no contest." Arizona assured the Wolverines that the services of Acuna would not be requested again and that they…

…. Return to Normalcy Settling down to play just "nor- mal baseball," the Wolverines dropped the first game of a twin- bill to the University of Arizona, when the Wildcats sent 12 men to the plate in the…

… to the hard-hit- ting Wildcats, tried to help his cause with a two-run homer in the second but the Wolverines could not narrow the gap closer than five runs. Ed Southhard paced the Arizona attack with…

… three hits, including two singles and a home run, knocking in two tallies and scor- ing two himself. Bob Hanse earn- ed the victory as he forced the Wolverines to hit the ball straight at somebody all…

April 01, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 149) • Page Image 9

… Arizona series By NORM SCHERR Wolverine swimmers turned in Although Indiana's dominance exceptional times to place four of the NCAA Championship Swim- seconds, and followed up with a ming Finaels has…

… diving, the 400 medley relay, and! the 200 individual medley. Winner Charlie Hickcox, Indiana super- fish, barely took the event from! Michigan's Juan Bello by a tenth of a second. Wolverine Gary Kin…

… proceeded to take the top three slots in the 100 breaststroke, but were upset in the 100 backstroke as Hickcox Captain Lee Bisbee w in the 200 Butterfly pleased with the resu mented, "The 'fly pro Wolverines

… . Stager was was the three meter diving, which I AL alts and com- gave the Wolverines 21 points and ved to be the fourth place for the meet. Sopho- By PETER KENT ductive event, more Dick Rydze seized third…

… fact, Arizona State met Michigan for its sixteenth game of this season while the Wolverines were playing their sec- ond. Another purpose served by this trip was that it gave Coach 'Ben- edict a chance to…

April 04, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

… season, and we hope to be able to come back and win the Big Ten," commented Benedict about the trip. Start at Phoenix The Wolverines will be playing their first game of the season at Phoenix, as compared…

… next week, and Coach Bill Murphy will have eyes on his sophomore talent when the Blue take on Miami and North Carolina down at Coral Gables. The Wolverines face Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener at the re…

April 24, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

…'1" heave to round out the major Wolverine scoring. -Daily-David Cantrell OUT AT FIRST-Purdue centerfielder Chuck Holle is out on a ground ball in the first game of yesterday's Michigan-Purdue doubleheader…

…. Just as the Detroit Tigers' four-game win streak has visions of a pennant already dancing in the eyes of long-suffering Detroiters, so did an impressive spring training trip raise the hopes of Wolverine

… 1952- 53 when Ray Fisher guided the Wolverines to two straight Conference titles. Anxious to see what kind of team Lund had produced in his second: year at the helm, a goodly crowd gathered for the first…

… that Michi- gan will be facing for the rest of the season-and wins didn't come cheaply against these teams. True enough, the Wolverines performed more than adequately against the Illini and Boilermakers…

… games-and compiling a 5-2 mark. Michigan had to content itself with second place in that campaign as both the Wolverines and Northwestern watched the rains come down on the last weekend of play…

April 06, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 154) • Page Image 8

… competition in the hills of Kentucky. Wolfe, who vaulted 16'1%/" in the Wolverines' first outdoor meet of the 1969 season, was one of six entries to establish a new record in the, track and field events, which…

… began Friday morning. But although Wolfe was the only Wolverine to share in the record- smashing spree, the Michigan thinclads fared well in the other events, taking two seconds and three thirds. Larry…

Wolverines' two-mile relay team, consisting of Paul Arm- strong, Norm Cornwell, Ron Kut- schinski and Rick Storrey, placed second to the Badgers. This same Wolverine quartet took a third in the four-mile relay…

… vault mark ing behind Purdue and Wisconsin. Gary Knickerbocker, the Wol- verines' premier high jumper, cop- ped a third in that event with a leap of 6'8". The Wolverines 440 relay team also took a third…

…, with Indiana's Hoosiers, the second- place finishers in the Big Ten In- door Championships, leading the field. Ira Russel, the Wolverines' long-, Cornell decisions St relinor as East scores mat victory…

April 01, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 138) • Page Image 7

… opening semi-final contest of the NCAA basketball championships last week and bow- ed out, 91-80. The Wolverines, minus the serv- ices of guard Cazzie Russell, roared back on the second night of the tourney…

… to dump Kansas State, 100-90, and claim a third place finish. The split in the NCAA finals gave the Wolverines a 23-5 sea- son mark, the best ever for a Michigan basketball team. Strong Start Coach…

… and, al- though he didn't score a point, contributed a whopping 10 assists to the Wolverine attack, three more than the entire Michigan team had against Duke the night before. The- score was tied 11…

… more 'times through the game until Michigan finally pulled away at 13:41 of the second half when Cantrell hit on an 18 foot jumper to put the Wolverines on top by two, 67-65. In Control Michigan, despite…

…-2 edge. When, with two and a half minutes gone, Buntin put in two layups -within 20 seconds of each other to put the Wolverines ahead 9-4, Michigan fans had some fleeting thoughts of a repeat of the…

April 16, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 168) • Page Image 11

… relays," Canham specu- These relays will pose a real lated. The 440 relay team of Carl challenge to Wolverine perform- Ward, Dave Cooper, Bob Jarema ers as some strong schools, espe- and Big Ten 60-yard…

… dash cham- cially Kentucky State from the pion Dorie Reed was barely nipped South, are competing. Big Ten In- by Maryland at South Carolina door Champion and old Wolverine two weeks ago. outdoor nemesis…

…. Michigan's baseball team faces an unbeaten Detroit squad to- morrow at 1 p.m. in a double- header which could show how ready the Wolverines are for the Big Ten season. Head Coach Moby Benedict plans to use…

… going for them this season, after giving Ferris State a double shellacking Wednesday, 11-0 and 4-0. In a doubleheader last Saturday, Detroit bounced Kalamazoo, 7-0 and 5-2. Last season the Wolverines mas…

…- tered the Titans twice. The first game went 13 innings and Mich- igan came out on top, 11-6, and the second contest was a close 5-4 affair. The Wolverines' second vic- tory cost the Titans a berth in the…

Wolverines have not been able to practice outside since their return from the southern trip, and neither Minnesota* nor Purdue have been outside much. Coach Bill Murphy said yesterday that playing in the…

… Sports Build- ing will give the Wolverines an advantage because they have practiced there so much. After evaluating each player's performance on the spring trip and in matches played indoors during the…

… Michigan finished second to In- diana. The Wolverines lost only Fau- quier from last year's team and should be strong again this year. "We're looking much better than we did in the South. In fact, I think we…

April 08, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 155) • Page Image 9

… Titans to a 3-2 decision over the Wolverines in a game played yesterday af- ternoon, Detroit coach Bob Miller called Turk's, performance- . r , daisY NIGHT EDITOR: MORT NOVECK "his best ever in college…

… one run. He was in constant trouble during the contest, however. Michigan had men on base in all but two of the innings, b u t either misplays or the lack of a clutch hit foiled the Wolverine threats…

… h e back in action u Wolverine third baseman was un- Bowling Green i able to score ahead of Kraft, who to begin at Ferry gave Michigan a 1-0 lead when he MICHI smashed his fourth homer of the season…

… over the right centerfield Schmidt, ss fence, 375 feet away. Forsythe, b Arvai followed the homer with Kraft, ifb a sharp single to right, but t h e Bowen, pr Wolverines lost another scoring Arvai, rf…

…-foot-9 Rick Roberson of ... the L Uiversity; vof (Cinnaf,. The Mourninr andy bar bas Afe -Daily-Larry Robbins MICHIGAN LEFTFIELDER John Kraft is greeted by Wolverine Coach Moby Benedict as he crosses…

…-0 Los Angeles 4, Oakland 2, best-of-7 series tied 2-2. By ERIC SIEGEL The Wolverine thinclads kicked l out their indoor jams this past weekend as they opened their out-1 door season at the Lexington Re…

April 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

… Still building for the Big Ten season, Michigan's baseball team limbers up with a four-game home stand this weekend. The Wolverines host Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader this afternoon and Detroit in a…

…-0 Wolverine win gave Zahn a 2-1 won-lost record. EMU Worries Benedict Coach Benedict anticipates a rugged twinbill against Eastern, as EMU has just returned from a southern spring trip with a 5-5 record. "Of…

… Meet at Michigan State in East Lansing. This is an important meet for the Wolverines in that it will en- able Coach Newt Loken to see how well these upcoming varsity gymnasts measure up under com…

…- petitive conditions. Seven seniors, who played vital roles in propel- ling the Wolverines to a second place finish in the Big Ten and a second in the NCAA finals, will be lost through graduation, and…

… 9, Los Angeles 2 New York (N) 2, St.cLouis 1 (10 inn) Chicago (N) vs. Chicago (A) at Ar- lington, TeX. (mc) year, and could very well be the Wolverines number one man- on the parallel bars next year…

April 15, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 165) • Page Image 11

… Detroit 9-3. This weekend, as spring continues to grow, the Wolverines are sched- uled to play Central Michigan in a doubleheader Saturday taking place at Ferry Field at 1:30 p.m. That's Not All This is by…

….m. game on Friday, April 22, at Ferry Field. The next day, Michigan, runner- up last year, will match skills with the defending conference champs, Ohio State, at 1 p.m. After that, the Wolverines will…

…- cive place for the holding of a track meet-or a practice for that matter. And- this isn't meant to be an- other slam against much-abused Yost. A Wolverine thinclad will tell you that the air indoors…

… months. Now, it appears that the worst is over (both weather-wise and perform- ance-wise), with the Wolverines chalking up several successes in their outdoor debut last week. Attribute the records to the…

… larger track, the mental exaltation of performing outside, or better conditionining, but the first tulip couldn't burst into bloom more brilliantly than the Wolverine cindermen performed last week at the…

April 20, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…. junior transfer from Notre Dame is the only active Wolverine in the I- almost - maimed - a - tennis-play- er-club. He joins an illustrious group, of which the most famous member is sequoia arms himself…

… think the one I hit last Fri- day was a little farther," ventures DeLamielleure. "It was certainly more satisfying-it counted." Tomorrow when the Wolverines face NCAA champion Minnesota in their Big Ten…

… to repeat. But regardless of how Brisson and Nicklaus come out, the hopes of the Wolverines rest with the other five, Dick Youngberg, Tom Ahern, Mike Goode, Chuck New- ton and Bill Newcombe. As…

…'s baseball team rode in- to Minnesota with Big Ten title aspirations on its mind. A day later the Wolverines be- gan the long plane ride hack to Ann Arbor with the memories of those title aspirations hanging…

… vaguely in the backs of their minds. A little fresher was the rude display of power the Gophers used to blast the Wolverines in a twin bill, 10-3 and 11-2. Probably the freshest memory was of a big, strong…

… guy, besides holding the Wolverines to three runs, clouted a bases-loaded triple and added another hit giving him five RBIs for the day. Bad Weather Releases from the Minnesota camp have been singing…

…. mains, they had good success on their spring trip," he added. At any rate the Gophers will be in town Friday, and according to Lund, the Wolverines are ready, for the game could go a long way toward…

… determining a champion. VISIT WOLVERINES FRIDAY: Tough Gophers Have Power x Lambda Chi Nips DU's In ISoftball Action C By PETE DiLORENZI Two bases loaded walks in the top of the fifth inning gave Lamb- da…

… andequipment manager Henry Hatch were wondering as they measure the flight of Dick DeLamielleure's circuit blow dur- ing the Wolverines' recent 14-8 conquest over Wayne State. Trackmen Expected To Repeat Good…

… victory if they run together Saturday. Gibson, Cercone, and Dicker- son, together with Tony Seth who has graduated, gave Michigan an- other victory in the mile relay. Wolverines Hold Record Notre Dame…

April 09, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 156) • Page Image 7

… by Norm Cash and a two run homer off the bat of Al Kaline were the big blows for the Tigers as they won in their patented come-from-be- -Daily-Larry Robbins STEVE FORSYTHE, WOLVERINE SECOND SACKER is…

… position as he failed to double Lose to By PHIL HERTZ and LEE KIRK Michigan took on Bowling Green1 yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field in a real slugfest. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the Falcons hit…

… the ninth, and up in the pressbox, the official scorer had already filled in Bowling Green's final totals in ink. 'The Wolverines, however, were not willing to concede that easily. Pinch-hitter Rich Orr…

… right-hander Ron Wellman. Wellman got Wolverine slugger John Kraft on an easy pop foul to first. Wellman then uncorked a low fastball that bouncedoff the glove of Bowling Green's catcher Bruce Rasors mitt…

… by getting Jim Hosler to bounce into a double play, setting the stage for the anti-climactic tenth. Mark Carrow' came on to pitch for the Wolverines in the tenth and struck out the first batter. But…

…. Russ Haggerty came up and hit a long fouil fly to right that Orr caught, but McKenzie was able to score easily from third with what proved to be the winning run. The valiant Wolverines o n c e again…

April 11, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 159) • Page Image 7

… of ryas the Wolverines defeated their famous past, exploded for Eastern Michigan yesterday 7-1. seven runs in the third inning and Geoff Zahn and Jack Hurley right - hander M e I Stottlemyre combined…

… gave the Wolverines a 2-0 lead in the opening frame. In the second, Andy Fisher led off the inning with a wrong field double. After Forsythe flied out and Zahn grounded out, Redmon came to the plate and…

Wolverine squad this sea- son. Coach Moby Benedict re- marked afterwards that "Zahn pitched his best game of the spring. His fast ball was moving' at times and so was his curve ball. He was mixing up his…

… Zahn for the Big Ten season which opens Friday with a doubleheader against Indiana in Bloomington. Sophomore Hurley came in to pitch the final three frames and continued the Wolverines' strike- out…

April 08, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 159) • Page Image 9

…, "Mother Nature careth not for the wiles" of man: She'll run him ragged where e'er she can." Or, translated into the meta- phors of a Michigan baseball fan eagerly awaiting the debut of the 1966 Wolverines

… and Michigan. Notice, that word "scheduled." Two of the participants in the eternal triangle that characterizes baseball are ready and willing to go. The Wolverines are fresh from one of their most…

…, which will provide the Wolverine cindermen with their first crack at the outdoors for 1966. Shaping up as the top dual of the meetis a battle between Al Carius and Hylike Van Der Wal in the 3000-meter…

… compete in the South Cai-olina Relays. yHarvey.who handles the shot like it was made of balsa wood, grabbed a second place while Can- amare, captain of the Wolverine indermen, placed fourthin the ple vault…

Wolverines Two former Wolverines now competing for the Ann Arbor Track Club, Ernst Soudak and Kent Bernard, are listed as favor- ites in the discus and 220-yard dash, respectively. Both were par- ticipants at…

April 25, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

… here in yes- terday's Big Ten opener. "The whole story was Barn- hart," coach Moby Benedict said after his lefthander blanked the Badgers for the second Wolverine whitewash in as many days. On Thursday…

… big plays," Benedict added. The Wolverines drew first blood with a run in the third, when Chan Simonds led off with a broken bat single to right field. Tom (Butch) Laslo also split his bat as he…

… thirdbase- man Mark Rosenblum to force Simonds. But the Wolverines were not to be denied as Bob Gilhooley slam- med' Dave Tymus' second offering Whitewash MICHIGAN AB R H RBI Gilhooley, rf 3 2 1 1 Sizemore, c…

… Finals MOBY BENEDICT GEORGE SKAFF I over the shortstop's head for a single and Laslo dashed in with the first run. The Wolverines scored their second two runs without a hit, as Wisconsin committed…

… fast enough to throw out the runners. Barnhart finished the game with four strikeouts and three walks. Today, the Wolverines play a doubleheader at Northwestern with Bill Wahl slated to start the first…

… discus 175'3". The toss beat by almost nine feet the second man, John Bak- kensen, of Harvard. Although Soudek's performance was the Wolverines' only first in the first day of the two day meet, the…

… in :48.0. Draper will also be running in the second heat which boasts every runner having done 1:54 or bet- ter. Michigan's Jay Sampson will be representing the Wolverines this event. Sampson will be…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 H RBI 1 0 1 1 0 0, 2 3 0 0 3 2 10 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 14 14 4 7 4 13 14 2 In their last game before the Big Ten flag chase starts Friday, the Wolverines jumped…

… first to feel the sharpness of the Michigan bats. Barry Marshall lashed a two out double in the first inning to drive home the first two Wolverine runs and Coach Don Lund's charges were off and run- ning…

Wolverines appear to be taking the role of Big Ten dark horse seriously; they appear ready. ., The Detroit Tigers, with no help at all from Rocky Colavito's bat, and the defending champion Chi- cago White…

… naught as the throw got away and the error was charged to the Chips' second baseman. Roman had a fine day at the plate for the Wolverines, getting, two hits including a triple while driving in three runs…

… tied with Ohio State for third last year, one stroke behind the host Wolverines. Titlist Back Purdue's champs have two time titlist John Konsek back, flanked by Gene Francis and Bob Black, who were…

… seniors on the predominantly "young" squad. Youth Movement This youth movement is hoped to provide a balance between the "old and the new" which will re- lease enough impetus to push the Wolverines up one…

… mc"e slot. Michigan made a phenomenal climb from ninth last year, and would like to keep ascending this spring. Two important factors surround Saturday's opening meet for the Wolverines. It is team…

April 02, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… died after that. Iowa jumped ahead of Michigan at the beginning, and as the meet pro- gressed, the Wolverines found they were not quite able to close the gap. The result was an Iowa victory. For those…

… par-71course. Frank Groves, the only other senior on the team, matched Schroeder's 296 total, but with more consistent 75'sand74's It was an unhappy road tripI for the Wolverines, who lost by every…

… Detroit *-Doubleheader (Home Games in Capitals) DAVE BINGj FIRST OUTING: Golfers Fifti By DIANA ROMANCHUK As the Wolverine golfers warm- ed up to the Florida sun, so did The 76ers, who fell behind 17…

…, six of strokes, 1191-1196. the points by Chet Walker, and The key man in th Greer added four more points for for the Wolverines a 102-89 bulge and the game was John Schroeder. Hin over, two days by a…

… exceeded our orginial objective which was to break 1200." The Wolverines, who had not played "a lick of golf" this year Florida State Florida, 1st team Florida, 2nd team Miami MICHIGAN Arkansas Total Shots…

April 25, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, A )phomores Pace Netmen 'M' CONTENDER: Meet Previews Big Ten Race 1 lead the Wolverines past the Boil- ermakers, 6-2. There's not too much doubt left about the shape…

… Big Ten play this spring. Junior Ron Linclau, 1-1 for the year, will anchor the Michigan lineup at sixth singles today. Toughest to Come The Wolverines have defeated conference teams this spring that…

… for this weekend to ready the squad for their encounter with Michigan State at East Lansing on May 4. Wolverine Mark Yahn hit the green of the OSU par-five, 555-yd. 12th hole in two, but proceeded to…

April 14, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

… opens the Big Ten baseball season today as it meets Indiana in a doubleheader in Bloomington. After the Hoosiers, the Wolverines travel to Ohio State for another doubleheader tomorrow. The Wolverines come…

… pitch- ing duties with Swain against the Wolverines. The other end of the battery, however, is lacking after Brink- man's graduation. Dan Carlson, a sophomore, seems to have pegged the position down…

April 13, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 161) • Page Image 9

… everything for Michigan except clean the courts, also is involved in recruit- ing for the Wolverines. "Because everybody knows everybody else on the tour, unlike other sports, we can call up our friends and…

… Wojicki for seven tallies in the second inning of the opening contest. The Wolverines collected only three hits in the frame, but were helped along by three Huron errors and two walks. Dave Neary, the husky…

…- ing back, gaining six tallies in the fifth on only two infield hits. The Hurons were aided by the wild- ness of Wolverine moundsman Steve Evans, who walked six bat- ters, and a Michigan error. The…

Wolverines added a run in the bottom of the sixth, and it r10't mAnogs. 1ONI!. n-1414 C' Ultimately Dell leaves no doubt proved just enough as Eastern he's shooting for the moon, "The scored one in the top of…

April 14, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 164) • Page Image 9

… streets or dignitaries to throw out the first ball, the Michigan. baseball team opened up at home yesterday and provided their own fireworks in drubbing the University of Detroit 9-3. The Wolverines, taking…

… when the. Wolverines used back-to-back triples by Reed and Gilhooley to produce their eighth run. Michi- gan closed out their scoring in the bottom half of the eighth when DETROIT AB R H RBI 'they…

April 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

… game in the north for Michigan and increased its overall record to 6-3. Eastern is 1-2. The Wolverines move on to Mt. Pleasant tomorrow for a doubleheader against Central Michigan. Coach Moby Benedict…

… eighth inning. Another Michigan sophomore, Marlin Pemberton started on the mound for the Wolverines but was removed from the game for a pinch hitter in the fourth inning. The Hurons jumped on Pemberton for…

April 23, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… rown and Joe Murello and an Tor by right fielder Russ Martin ave the Wolverines a command- ig 8-3 lead, and for all practical irposes, the victory. The Illini, however, failed to ve up and scared the…

… running the count to 3-2 the Illinois outfielder Foul! Foul line drives are a const- ant hazard to parked cars at Ferry Field baseball games. During yesterday's Michigan- Illinois game, Wolverine right…

… did, however, lose his RBI lead to Marshall, who -Daily-Jerome Starr FALLEN WOLVERINE-Michigan catcher Dick Syring lies on the ground after injuring his ankle in yesterday's Michigan-Illinois game…

… in the Conference last year. Against such individual strength the Wolverines are counting on a team effort to secure first place in the meet. The Boilermakers, Buckeyes, and Hoosiers are not without…

April 14, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

… By DAVE ANDREWS Michigan's championship indoor track team moved outdoors here in Ann Arbor this week for full scale workouts, as the weather- man finally came up with some sunshine. The Wolverines

… Texas Relays at Austin. "We had a great trip to the Sduth, but we haven't been able to do much since they.," said Wolverine track mentor Don Can- ham. "However we have had two good workouts this week…

… of the rash of injuries the Wolverines have suffered over the past couple of years. Healthy Again Gibson is still having trouble with a leg injury, but the other victims of the southern tour, Les Bird…

… champion broad jumper, changes from indoor to outdoor shoes as the Wolverine track team switches its activities from Yost Fieldhouse to Ferry Field. new I PALMER HEADS LIST: Ex-CollegiansStar on Pro Golf…

April 01, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

…, holds the Wolverine varsity rec-, The divers, Ed Boothman, Bruce ords in the 200, 500, 1000, and Brown and John Candler, per- 1650, finally got into the spotlight formed excellently in the one- on the…

…, Eclipse Elis, Whip Wolverines... Graef (Princeton), 1:56.2 (NCAA record. Old record 1:56.9 byTom Stock, Ind., 1963); 2. McGeagh (U- SC), 1:56.9; 3. BARTSCH (MICH), 1:57.9; 4. Goettsche (Yale), 1:58.1; 5…

… the finals Bartsch came in fifth, timed at 54.2. Other Wolverine competitors were Rich Walls, who finished second in his trial heats of both the 100- and 200-yard freestyle; Geza Bodolay, who finished…

… Loken's trampo- linists kept the Wolverines close by registering an unprecedented sweep on the tramp. Gary Erwin won his second consecutive na- tional championship just nosing out teammate John Hamilton…

… scoring lead and was also all-tournament and first team All-America. Providence succumbed to the stronger Wolverines late -in the semi-final game to suffer a 3-2 defeat. Providence led for a short time .in…

… ,the tussle, but goals by Ron Coristine and Gary Butler put the Michigan icers ahead to stay.. The score did not indicate the Wolverines' domination of much of the contest, as they took over 100 shots on…

… Fred Sanders. Placing one-two-three in the trampoline event, the trio led the Wolverines to a third place finish in the NCAA Championships, behind champion Southern Illinois and runner-up Southern…

… and gained a third place for the Wolverines. Miller also advanced to the con- solation finals, only Ito lose on a referee's decision in overtime. Two "of Michigan's regulars, Ralph Bahna (115-pound) and…

April 22, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 140) • Page Image 7

… make up our teams for next weekend's Penn Relays." Some of the Wolverine combin- ations should have above-average chances despite their random composition. The distance-medley team features four runners…

… Tennis Meet Yesterday's tennis meet be- tween Michigan and the Uni- versity of Detroit was postponed because of wet courts. It was to be the Wolverines' home opener. weight boxing championship on Monday…

April 05, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

… qualities which make a team of national championship caliber," enthused Benedict. The Michigan coach had just returned yesterday from a nine- day tour in the southwest part of the country where the Wolverines

…. Too Hot for Devils Discounting the outcome of last Friday's questionable forfeit as neither a loss nor a win, the record for the Wolverines stands at 8-4. Included among the victories are three…

… hockey captain, hit a torrid .391 with nine hits in 23 at-bats while filling in at second base andat shortstop. Bad luck centered on Dick Schryer for the entire trip. Schry- er, the Wolverine's regular…

April 29, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGANDAILY PAGE SIX TIH~ MJCHIE~AN DAILY '" r"INLIOIAI., fir, Irish Blast Wolverine Nine, 9-3 By GIL SAMBERG And the rains came . . . but about an hour too late. Even before the…

… drops came the Wolverines were swamped, how- ever, as Notre Dame took an easy 9-3 decision here yesterday. The Irish severed a four game Michigan winning streak and put its season's record at 9…

… ninth on another homer, this time to straightaway left. He finished the game with four RBI's, four runs scored, and four hits. Although they were drubbed, the. Wolverines almost came up with the defensive…

…, Ind., was rained out. At the time that the matches were called the Wolverines were winning all of the singles matches. Playing in the singles matches were Harry Fauquier, Karl Hed- rick, Hal Lowe, Brian…

… match since their southern swing during spring vacation. They stand 3-3 for the season. The Wolverines will journey to Evanston for a quadrangular meet with the Northwestern Wildcats, Minnesota and Purdue…

April 10, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

… netmen- Since their southern tour dur- ing the spring break, coach Bill Murphy's Wolverine netmen have been plagued by bad weather and the lack of access tothe clay " ..t..r.f ......:::." : ..:.:.courts…

…. The Michigan clay courts are presently being prepared for the season's play., Some of the Wolverines prac- ticed outside on the asphalt courts on Monday, but due to the cold and wet weatherd theteam…

…." Expected Weather "I expected the weather to be like it is and I'm not worried SENIOR HARRY FAUQUIER will spearhead the Wolverines about the team not getting in attack this year as the netmen hope to dethrone…

… Shelton, Charlie Wolff, Laird Warne and Tom Wierman, probably in that order. Warner is the only sopho- more to earn a regular position on the squad. The Wolverines open Big Ten competition on April 17-18 at…

… play a key role in our fight for the Big Ten title." House Cites 'M'A thiet cs The Michigan Wolverines have a friend in court. Well,nit's not e ctly in court- it's in the Michigan House of Rep…

April 18, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 138) • Page Image 7

… to Friday and is one of the strongest tennis schools in the country. Furthermore Miami was at the end of its tennis schedule and playing on home courts. Also, some of the Wolverine netters were…

…. Senkowski, playing number one singlyes Friday lost to Rod Men- delson 10-8, 6-0. Senkowski, who was number one singles champion in the Big Ten meet last year, will be playing first singles for the Wolverines

… of Michigan's top young prospects. Either he or Du- bie will be playing second singles for the Wolverines this season. Tenney and Dubie came close to winning Friday at number two doubles. Theywere…

… overcome 6-2, 4-6 and 6-3 by Shackleford and Karabasz. Beach and Linclau Win Beach and Linclau victimized Schwartz and Wright for the lone Wolverine victory Friday. They won by the scores of 9-7, 6…

… outside. Coach Murphy is remaining in Florida, but will return in time for the Wolverines' first match next Wednesday against Ohio Wesleyan here at Ann Arbor. Detroit 9, Kansas City 2 Chicago 8, Minnesota…

April 22, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… handle on Knapp's double play bouncer and his second error jammed the bags. But Jones saved Joyce and the Wolverines when he took Carl Rolloff's bounder, tagged Knapp on his way to second and fired to…

… difficult Scarlet course. The Wolverines will be counting on especially sixth man Mike Goode, a Flint junior, who is cur- SPORTS SHORTS: Texas Men 'TopRelays By The Associated Press LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Texas…

… was passed over for the Wolverine conference meet team. Last summer he played well in Flint at the Atlas Valley Country Club, where he is two-time cham- pion, even scoring a hole-in-one. Two years ago…

… year's fourth doubles competition against the Irish. But the Wolverines' greatest as- set lies in their depth, as demon- strated in the Illinois meet. Wayne Peacock, Big Ten sixth singles champion in…

… fifth singles competition, will play fifth singles for the Wolverines. Facing the awesome twosome of Ralph and Hienbecker in first doubles action will probably be Senkowski and Peacock. Tenney and Beach…

April 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

… Committee Allotment WOLVERINES . batter up Wolverines Smash WSU With 15 Hits By BRIAN MacCLOWRY All these things we've been hearing are true. About the Wolverine baseball; team, that is. Down at Ferry Field…

… yesterday power laden Michigan smashed out 15 hits--including three home runs-to make it a miserable TGIF for Wayne State University. The score was 14-8, but it wasn't that close. The Wolverines didn't even…

…, although it prob- ably wouldn't have mattered. Strausberger worked the first See WOLVERINES, Page 6 GOP Defeats tax Program Special to The Daily IQC Sets Conference: Administrators, faculty members and…

April 19, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGA~NDI~WV MwTlne4Y - a--ter - s a .vImfv si a .a TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1960 I ...t ...:: ..........x. 4 Daily SPORTS by HAROLD APPLEBAUM Wolverines Face Central Michigan In Last Test…

… Arizona the Wolverines came home only to have three of their first four home games rained out. Nats. rWin AL Opener WASHINGTON (MP -- C amilo Pascual struck out 15 men for a new club record and his hit…

… behind is Will Franklin at .395. Franklin, a junior, led the team in hitting last year with a .347 average. Michigan fanswill also be see- ing one of the fastest Wolverine teams in recent years. So far…

April 05, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 153) • Page Image 7

… the New York Knicks, who advanced with a four-game sweep with regular-season E a st e r n Champion Baltimore. s The Wolverine baseball team. opens its home season today with a double-header against…

… Detroit at Ferry Field. T h e first game, which begins a 33- game regular season", starts at 1:00 p.m. In action against Detroit last year, the Wolverines took a 11 three games. Admission. is free for stu…

… the Lexington Relays. The Wolverines' distance relay quartet, consisting of Ron Kut- schinski, Paul Armstrong, Norm Cornwell and Rick Storrey, fin- ished third behind Big Ten rivals Purdue and Wisconsin…

… events were com- pleted yesterday, with Big Ten in- door champion Wisconsin placing in two of them. The Badgers are expected to be the biggest ob- stacle in the Wolverines' quest for an o'utdoor title this…

… season. Besides the four mile run finals, the sprint medley and the six mile run were also completed yesterday, The Wolverine quartet of Lorenzo Montgomery, Leon Grundstein, Sol Espie and Taimo Leps failed…

… to place in the sprint relay, and the Wolverines didn't have an entry in the six mile race. In addition to the men who qualified yesterday, the Wolver- ines also have entries slated for the quarter…

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April 14, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 162) • Page Image 8

… could never happen to me," he explained, "because I never go to class" Wolverines Host Area Tracksters By PHIL BROWN Michigan cindermen, who par- ticipated in their first outdoor meet of the season last…

…- tion to the host Wolverines. Six field events will be held, starting at noon. These include the discus, shotput, pole vault, long jump,:high jump and triple jump. The running events will get underway at…

April 27, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 148) • Page Image 9

… bats based on a sound foundation of .300 hitters forms the character of the Mich- igan baseball team's improving of- fense, which will take the field against the Iowa Hawkeyestoday as the Wolverines

… from the disappoint- ments of its spring trip. Coach Don Lund took 18 of his players on the weekend trip, which will see the Wolverines play Iowa in a single game and Minnesota in a doubleheader tomorrow…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 15

…, and a bid to the NCAA post-season tourna- ment when Coach Dave Strack, United Press International Coach of the Year,, was hung in effigy for the second time within three months. The Wolverines, led by…

… mark of 2-12 and an overall record of 8-16, the Wolverines' worst finish since the dawn of the Buntin-Russell era and the first time Michigan had been shut out of a share of the conference championship…

April 09, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

… Daily LEXINGTON, Ky.-- Michigan's thinclads copped two firsts, a sec- ond, two thirds and two fourths in yesterday's windup of the Ken- tucky Relays. Wolverines accounted for two of the 12 field records…

…. Third in Mile Bob Gerometta replaced Reyn- olds for the, Wolverines' third- place effort in the mile relay, while Tennessee won. the event with a time of 3:12.5. Southern Illinois' 3:13.6 clocking gave…

… six firsts in seven events, topped runner-up Central Michigan 140 to 75. Michigan State's frosh followed in third with 54 points. Wolverine winners were: Parallel bars-Ron Rapper, 9.2: high bar…

… margin (0.4 second) over Bob White of Indiana. Wolverine Nel- son Graham skimmed the sticks in 14.7 seconds to grab fourth place in the event. Assistant coach Dave Martin, comented that he was "pleased…

April 05, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… wore the home whites of the Wolverines, who be- gan their home season on exactly the right note by whipping Bowl- ing Green 8-0. Bare-handed? The game started out as if both squads were trying to top…

… front of 'the plate. The Wolver- ine backstop pounced on the ball, whirled, and threw, a perfect strike to first to nip his man. Threatening The bottom half of the same innig saw the Wolverines' first…

… wood on the ball." Benedict was not the only one happy with the results of yester- day's opening game. Wolverine baseball fans, who looked at this season with a lot of questions, found some of them…

… pay off as Andy Fisher grounded hard to first. But here the Wolverines got a break. First sacker Jim Barry made a good pickup of the ball, and started running to first, waving everyone else off. But…

April 01, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 151) • Page Image 15

… yesterday. The Wolverines had a score of 187.4 compared to 189.55 for the Salukis, but the big story was the success against Iowa. Michigan topped the Hawkeyes by one-half of a point (a respect- able margin…

… after fouling in the Big Tens. Rod- ney also came through with a sig- nificant 8.35 in the parallel bars as the Wolverines were desperate- ly trying to hold off Iowa. Captain Gary Vander Voort, recently…

… performance "easily his best of 1 the year," as his total was third highest. Complementing the two tramp giants, Mike Zadel turned in a fine 8.55 . The Wolverine tramp team cumulative score of 27.25 was the…

….55. However, the three evening events are not normally among the Wolverines strongest, so no actual victory was anticipated. But after the amazing vaulting performance, Michigan was still contending. And even…

April 02, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 154) • Page Image 8

… California is an LSD power, so why shouldn't the Wolverines extend their athletic sphere of influence. When the basketball team moves into the new University Events Building, you might even convince Fritz…

… competitors from across the nation. But the Wolverines did advance four men into today's competition for in- dividual titles. Southern Illinois captured the team crown with 187.2 points to keep its string of…

… Coach Newt Lo- ken. Wayne Miller, who perhaps is one Wolverine more accustomed to bigtime competition as evi- denced by his OAU title, was one of Michigan's individual qualifiers with a third place on the…

April 16, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 144) • Page Image 7

…. year's start with the 4-6 record compiled by the 1962 edition of the Wolverines. "I think we did pretty good," he said. "Especially when you con- sider that our first game against Arizona was their 27th…

… going to have to prove themselves1 all over again this year.1 The Wolverines steam-rollered1 Grand Canyon twice to open the1 season with 12-5 and 13-3 deci-; sions. Shortstop Dick Honig bang- ed out a…

April 19, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… the sea- son and finishing second. The kid shortstop-Ron Hansen - led the way. Take another, more significant, case in point-the Wolverines. At the beginning of this season, Coach Don Lund anticipated a…

Wolverine second base - shortstop combina- tion, Joe Jones, has this to say of Honig, "Dick is always thinking. He's always getting assignments straight. He covers up for you if you happen to forget an…

… through." There may very well be a ques- tion mark with the Wolverine pitching staff this year, but there is one position Coach Lund :eed not worry about this year or for the next two-shortstop. By BOB…

… es- timated at 2,000 saw former U.S. Davis Cup Player Barry MacKay surprise Australian Frank Sedg- man, 20-18, in the other singles match. pi K It's *} .t : J -. j Wolverine Averages BATTING AB R…

April 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…THE. MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1961 WORE THEIR HITTING SHOES: Wolverines Clobber Wayne State (Continued from Page 1) five innings and was…

… a runless first inning Spal- la put Michigan in front to stay when he massaged a fast ball over the right-center field fence leading off the second. The Wolverines picked up three more in the third on…

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