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April 20, 1979 • Page Image 43

… teams. In addition to gutting it out in the libarary, Wolverines of all shapes and sizes have been holding up the sports front as well this past week. Baseball After splitting a pair of doubleheaders last…

… weekend with Wisconsin and Minnesota, the Wolverines carried their 2-2 Big Ten record into Wednesday's home confrontation with Oakland, and emerged on the upbeat with a 6-2, 18-1 pasting of the hapless…

… Illinois and Purdue. Wolverine first sacker Tim Miller highlighted the first Blue vic- tory with a home run blast to rightfield, then followed up with four straight singles in the second game. Rick Leach…

… weather have saw to it that the Wolverines still have a ways to go before they can consider themselves shoeins to repeat as Big Ten titleists. "We haven't improved to the degree we need to be a contender…

… Osler are also undefeated in doubles action. The Wolverines next battle Northwestern today at 2:30 p.m. with once-beaten Wisconsin coming into town tomorrow for a 1 p.m. contest.softball The early part of…

… this week wasn't the greatest so far as Gloria Soluk's softball contingent was concerned, as the Wolverines split a pair with Jackson Community College on Monday and then were swept by Central Michigan…

… for the day at the plate, including three triples, while Amy Ames made her presence known by going five for eight in the twinbill. Central Michigan proved ungracious hosts, handing the Wolverines a 5…

Wolverines' team output in will transfer to the University of competitive meets. Washington this fall, Forrestel will have to pay a price for Although Forrestel was the first her transfer, however. Under…

… gymnast to officially depart the squad, Association of Intercollegiate Athletics several other Wolverine tumblers have for Women (AIAW) rules, she will have Mich ey may no compete for to compete without a…

April 20, 1979 • Page Image 42

… the ice. Todd; a native of Stouffville, Ontario, was recently elected captain of the 1979- 80 Wolverine hockey team. He takes over the reigns of leadership from Mark Miller, who is currently playing for…

… which sidelined him for 13 games, managed toigrab 31 points in just 23 games, placing fourth among Wolverine icers. Manning, who will be a junior next season, corralled 34 points this past season for the…

… the fleet-footed softballers in yesterday's doubleheader with Bowling Green. The Wolverines took both ends of the twinbill, 7-0 and 6-1. Hard hurling keys Blue twinbil sweep, By LEE KATTERMAN In spite…

… of clear skies, the Bowling Green softball team saw nothing but smoke during their doubleheader with Michigan yesterday. Wolverine pitching ace Theresa Gardocki hurled a one-hit shutout, her sixth win…

… batters collected seven hits off noticeably slower Falcon pitching to capture the opener. Falcon starting pitcher Lisa Shelly gave up three hits and seven walks in the first two innings and the Wolverines

…. The Wolverine hurler struck out the next Falcon, but gave up another walk to put runners on first and third with only one out. Zyjewski saved her bid for a shutout, however, by collecting her sixth and…

April 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 147) • Page Image 9

…. Three} Wolverine recruits have also indicated they will not attend Michigan "for ft gymnastic purposes" if the two coaches fail to return next winter. I just can't subject myself to that two years in a…

…, an inexperien- ced running duo, and a big question mark at quarterback. Leading the Wolverines in their passing game will be senior wingback Ralph Clayton. Clayton, a bonafide All- American candidate…

… coordinator Don Nehlen. "This year we may run our plays in with our wide receivers." Last season the Wolverines alternated their tight ends for this purpose. The ball carriers for the Blue are returning letter…

… the offense appears to be the quarterback position. With the departure of Rick Leach the Wolverines are faced with the task of finding a quarterback for the first spring in three years. "We're giving…

… time. B.J. has the edge right now. He has more experien- ce and has done well this spring," said Nehlen. IT MAY APPEAR that the Wolverines are looking to pass more next year based on the returning…

… ability to run and pass-in that order-to win," em- phasized Nehlen. This has been the familiar Wolverine battle cry, but some of the grind 'em out attitude is fading. "Anybody that plays Michigan will" have…

… passing team?" The key word for the 1979 Wolverines is speed. The Wolverines are again looking at speed over power, and with' the players available that seems to be the only choice. "Clayton, Feaster…

… washed out yesterday's season opener at Toledo. But hopefully good luck will shine the Wolverines way today for their first home game of the season. With a little help from Mr. Sun, the batsmen will face…

… the weather holds out, the Wolverines will snap a streak of 24 days sin- ce their last baseball game as they open up the northern half of their season with a doubleheader against the Toledo Rockets this…

… afternoon at Fisher Stadium. STahe two games will be the first action for Michigan since March 10th, when the Wolverines concluded their 4-4 spring trip by losing 7-1 to Florida. Southern. And since then…

April 13, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 154) • Page Image 11

… yesterday, as the Wolverine bats remained silent in a 2-0, 3-0 twinbill sweep at the hands of the Detroit Titans. Having managed only seven hits against Bowling Green in its opening northern doubleheader…

…, Michigan could garner only four this time, as Titan baseman Brian McElroy then singled Robbins home to complete the Titan scoring. TWO RUNS WERE all Morency needed however, as the Wolverines could manage…

… only three hits off the senior righthander, who was the beneficiary of some timely fielding by his teammates. The Wolverines threatened in the fourth with one out singles by Mike Parker and George…

… in the seventh, but was doubled up at first on Wolverine catcher Jim Capoferi's low liner to McElroy.4 THE NIGHTCAP was no im- provement, as Titan seniorsMike Polvi threw a one hit shutout at the…

April 21, 1979 • Page Image 67

… Blue putters with a 74, while co- ternoon. captain Frank Sims fired a 76 over the The two wins raised the Wolverines' testing Scarlet course. Olin Bagleish of record to 14-4 on the season and set up OSU…

… double play attempt. The Wolverines swept a home twinbill from San Diego7, Atlanta 4 Detroit yesterday, 5-4,12-3, to up their season record to 10-8. -of play in the Northern Intercollegiate Philadelphia8…

April 09, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

Wolverines threw in their 16th goal, there was little doubt as to who was the superior team. Michigan clearly dominated play as typified in their 60-7 shots on goal advantage and their picking up of 74 of 90…

… play- ed on the Tartan turf, will be Michigan's first ever against Cin- cinnati. They are not expected however to give the Wolverines to much trouble. THE GAME that the stickmen are thinking of is their…

… but he struck out ten in that game while walking just three. Burton pitch- ed more innings than any of the Wolverine pitchers and won one of his two decisions. The win was a 12-4 walloping of Arizona in…

… which he went the entire distance. In 'that stint, the team captain struck out ten men and yielded just three earned runs. Helt pitched nearly 13 innings for the Wolverines and had a 1-1 record. However…

April 21, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 155) • Page Image 10

… an improving 9-9-1 record which includes their disappointing 3-6 western trek. However, with only one strike against them in the "all-important" conference loss column, the Wolverines figure to remain…

… in the thick of the Big Ten diamond debate. The Michigan pitching staff has been rapidly taking form. The Wolverine hurlers stand second in conference ERA, and where once it was Mickey Elwood, Pete…

… the Wolverine invasion. Dave Winfield, a member of B man's controversial basketball t toss the opener this afternoon.7 hurler is 2-0 on the season, but has skyrocketed from the 1.59 compiled a year ago…

…. The Wolverines will be in D tomorrow to hassle the Iowa face " roadwork .500 record The Hawkeyes are another high-hitting ;ue games. outfit, backed by three first-rate pitchers. The team batting…

… he sure does know they ield, is a are there." The Wolverine pitchers would nblemished be wise to keep an eye out themselves. p. Schultz' Coach Duane Banks' mound selections in f o u r will come from…

… shows a 1.10 ERA and a .419 clip, a 1-1 record. 292. As a This will not be an easy weekend for horsehide Michigan.. Nonetheless, with the Wolverine isand trips pitching healthy and the batters coming…

April 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 152) • Page Image 8

… history. Gus Stager led the Wolverines to a 170-39-1 dual meet record, three Big Ten Championships, and four NCAA titles, three straight from 1957-59, upon succeeding the legendary Matt Mann in 1954…

…. Sophomore freestylers Fernando Canales and Bob Murray lead the swimmers returning from a 12-1 season. The Wolverines' only dual meet loss came by one point at Alabama. They broke a string of 18 straight…

…. The only other Wolverine bright spot came when Krickstein paired with Stodghill for a 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 win over Ohio State's Beaudoin and Laura Schubert. The defeat leaves Michigan with a still…

April 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 146) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 4, 1978-Page 11 FA CE WMU TODAY IN SEASON OPENER: Experienced Wolverine '9' By BILLY SAHN Batter up! Spring is here; it's time for the lumber to start a swingin…

… over spring break where they compiled a 6-5 record. "We have the potential to be a very fine team," says the Wolverine coach who managed Michigan to Big Ten honors in 1975 and 1976. Last year, Michigan…

… improvement however, if he hits like he did in Florida. Capoferi batted .360, second best to Leach's .395. TO ROUND OUT this year's Michigan nine, the Wolverines are expected to have a solid pitching staff…

… with my set line-up. I'm not much of a substituter," said the Wolverine coach. Thus, the line-up for this year's baseball team is fairly well set. As for the competition this year, Benedict feels that…

… travel to Champaign, Illinois and trounce the Fighting Illini. by a lopsided 13-4 count. The game was supposed to be a ster- ner test than the Wolverines have had in recent weeks. The fact that the score…

… attacker Chris Phillips led all Wolverine scorers for the third straight game with five goals and an assist. Bobby Gordon was second with two goals and two assists, and Bobby Fleischman contributed a goal…

April 21, 1979 • Page Image 66

… alrs :dy completed its first test of the wF: kend- and received a solid "A.', rne Wolverines squashed North- we-,rn, 9-0 here yesterday fo their sixth straight Big Ten triumph without a : miish. ' he win…

… as a crucial conference battle for the Blue netters. The Badgers, who upset Michigan last year during the regular season only to bow to the Wolverines in the Big Ten tournament, have lost only one…

… tour- ney spot may be enhanced considerably today. Wolverine coach Brian Eisner is contemplating inserting either Leach or second singles standout Matt Hor- witch at the top slot against Wisconsin. Since…

… straight win in Big Ten play. The Wolverines, now 14-1 overall, duel Wisconsin today at 1 p.m. .. Books Bought . Top Prices Paidlo (We'l[ Pick-up) WESTSIDE BOOKSHOP 113 W. Liberty 995 -1891 …

April 03, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 146) • Page Image 8

… Bo vce No shoii By TOM GILCHRIST The "showdown" everyone had been waiting for never even came about for the Michigan men's tennis team this past weekend in Lexington, Kentucky. Though the Wolverines

… of a pelting rain. THUS, FOR better or for worse, the Wolverines, with number one singles player Jeff Etterbeek out with a bad ankle (he is expected to be in action this Friday at Illinois) and dud…

… act may have rubbed off on the school's other athletic programs, but the Wolverine's women's tennis squad has an act of its own that the Spartans will have to con- tend with. A sophomore clean-up act…

… and may sit out. If so, Shepherd said that Krickstein and junior Ann Kercher will each move up a notch and junior Debbie Rentschler will play sixth singles. When Eastern Michigan hosts the Wolverines on…

… second consecutive hustler award, the same trophy Bodnar received in 1978. Hubbard, who has one year of eligibility left, won the MVP award in 1977 when he led the Wolverines to an NCAA tournament berth…

… '. the former Michigan sparkplug in 1977.- ALSO HONORED were departing seniors Alan Hardy and co-captain Tom Staton. The two began their Michigan careers the year of the Wolverines' rush to the NCAA final…

…, who served as the Wolverines' top recruiter for four years, admitted happily that he hoped the Wolverines would win all their games but three over the next four years. Wonder what he could have meant by…

… that.. BILLBOARD Mike Jolly has survived the tests of the gridiron in fine shape. The question now at hand is, can the Wolverine safetyman tough it out over the felt as well? Pocket billiards fans can…

April 05, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 152) • Page Image 11

Wolverines in a tie with the Cyclones, scored 9.4 on the .horizontal bars under extreme pressure to cap a remarkable comeback. In fact, the entire high bar team came through with superlative performances, as…

… for Howard and the Wolverine junior reacted with a dramatic performance. Michigan coach Newt Loken was ecstatic over the team's per- formance. "It was a complete team effort, everybody performed well…

… Skip Frowick had 9.05, as the ring team posted 27.1. The Iowa State vaulting score eclipsed the superlative 27.5 Wolverine performance on that event which included Huntsicker's 9.3, McCurdy's 9.2, and a…

….1, Jensen a 9.3, and team captain Ron Rapper a 9.45 to bring the Wolverines within three-tenths of a point of the Cyclones. Then Michigan had to sit idle while Dave Butzman, Iowa State's other all…

… title was theirs, but did not reckon with the Wolverine hig] bar team's ability to perform under pressure. McCurdy remarked that his hands hurt before his routine an that he was "afraid that I would not…

April 07, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 149) • Page Image 13

… closes out its regular season with a home and home series again- st the Montreal Canadiens this weekend. The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 7, 1978-Page 13 WOLVERINES, TIGERS OPENERS DAMPENED nine not swi…

… Maybe Michigan's baseball team should play its games inside the Track and Tennis Building. Or maybe the Wolverines could play with an umbrella in one hand and galoshes on both feet. BETTER YET, why don…

… home the first goal from a position just to the left of Michigan goalie Mike Bucci. A few minutes later Rodgers' Wolverine counterpart, top scorer Chris Phillips, duplicated that effort on an identical…

… play. It was only the beginning of an ex- citing contest that saw the Wolverines go down to their second defeat this season by a 14-4 tally. ALTHOUGH THE fine play of Ohio State's talented midfielders…

… goal, which came shortly after the high point of action in the first quarter, was a moral crusher for the Wolverines. One of' the Wolverines' biggest problems was the penalty situation. Michigan was…

April 10, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

… tsmen By LEBA HERTZ The Michigan Wolverines took advantage of some shaky pitching by EMU's hurlers to sweep a doubleheader, 7-2 and 8-2, Sunday at Fisher Stadium. Chuck Rodgers notched a com- plete game…

… rally that gave Rodgers all the cushion he needed. Mark Crane led off the ball- game with a two-base hit for the Wolverines, scoring on Pat Sul- livan's sacrifice fly. The second Sound System Problems? IN…

… off the fifth apd chel d Crane. drove in the Wolverine's eighth Skes, d out to run with a sacrifice fly to pace with th " nine in's fourth consecutive meantime, Forhan was on a no-hitter going into…

… fly by Paul Petrillo. The Wolverines proved that they can combine timely hitting and fine hurling in sweeping the double header from Eastern Michigan. N. * The Management of Publ ic Affa i rs * Policy…

… after- for the score. A bit later Bays noon. collected another goal with an as- Late in the third period the sist from Kilkowsky. In a matter Wolverines trailed their guests of seconds midfielder Dennis…

Wolverine defender, streaked to- ward the Michigan net and flashed the ball by goalie Tim Cotter. On the strength of John Zimmerman's goal, Bowling enjoyed a 3-0 lead at the end of the first period. Michigan…

April 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 157) • Page Image 13

…. However, the baseball god was only half as benevolent, as the Wolverines split a doubleheader with Wisconsin 5-0 and 0-2 at Fisher Stadium. The Michigan nine seemed to shake off the effects of playing only…

… the next three batters. Only Miller was able to score, however, on a bouncer by second baseman Jerry Paparella. The Wolverines added one more run in the fifth inning, when third baseman Chuck Wagner…

April 02, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… parallel bars titlist, will lead the Wolverine assault against the other seven participating schools.- r, able to send four strong competi- tors into every event. The team managed to win only two individ…

…- ual titles in the conference meet, but easily took the team crown on the overall strength they count on in the National meet. The event that could be vital to the Wolverines is the side horse, on which…

…, along with Murray Plotkin. Wolverine g y m- While the gymnastics tournament nasts have scored consistently high is giong on, Michigan will also throughout the season. High, bar, compete in the NCAA…

… trampoline the most spectacular event, wi ll championships, which they W o n follow, and will be one of the last year in Ann Arbor. Huntzick- Wolverines' strongest. Ed How- er, Tim Wright, Chris.Keane, and ard…

April 06, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 149) • Page Image 16

… the year," said Coach Brian Eisner. "We beat a good Kentucky team - without Jeff Etterbeek - 9-0. We are getting better with every mat- ch." LAST SEASON, the Wolverines dominated the Big Ten with an 8…

…. Today, however, the Wolverines must meet the Fighting Illini, always a difficult match for the Michigan netters. Commenti.g on the match at Cham- paign, Eisner said, "In my ten years here, Illinois has…

April 03, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 146) • Page Image 9

… club. After finishing this past season as the Wolverines' top scorer (23-26-49), Miller was assigned to Binghamton where he has tallied a goal and six assists in 10 games for the third place Dusters. The…

… skated regularly for the WHA Cincinnati Stingers this year until he suffered an eye injury a month ago. Winnipeg's Morris Lukowich blatantly slashed the ex-Wolverine, forcing him off the ice for the season…

Wolverine batsm By BOB EMORY Drizzle, drazzle, drozzle drome, time for the Michigan baseball team to come home. Not that they ever went away though, as today's regular season opener against the Toledo…

…. The Wolverines have only been able to play in their officially scheduled opener once in the'last ten seasons. "We've had a number of days off sin- ce our spring trip," said head coach Moby Benedict. "I…

… to start for Michigan on April 14 with a doubleheader against Wisconsin at Ferry Field. Up to that time, the Wolverines are supposed to play "warmup" games with Toledo, in limbo Bowling Green, Western…

…th in California. Perennial champion Ohio State once again copped first place honors with 74 point total, while Arizona was second with 67. The Wolverines were far back at 36 and Wheaton College…

… finished fourth with seven. The Wolverines next meet is this week's AAU championships running through Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. -Daily Sports BULLETIN Carroll Rosenbloom, 71, con- troversial owner of the…

April 02, 1977 (vol. 86, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

… CITY COUNCIL, 1st Ward I By ERNIE DUNBAR Michigan's basketball team may have found sour grapes when they visited Lexington, Kentucky two weeks ago, but the Wolverine track team is hoping their…

… he wants to run the whole season he should get into it right away." While Michigan should be competitive in each of the re- lays, Harvey doesn't feel the Wolverines will be running at top strength, due…

… second in last year's Big Ten tournament. This year the Wolverines have been asked to represent the State of Michigan in the Mid-America Cup. This, to- gether with an imposing schedule may seem threatening…

… Rugby club, unlike most American ama- teur teams who come on strong in only certain facets of the game, the Wolverines are multi-dimensional. "We have the balance of a quick backfield and a strong bunch…

… Heikkinen and Bill Dona- kowski in the four-mile relay, which is figured to be one of the team's strongest events. The Wolverines' other 'strong event should be the two-mile relay where Greg Thomas, Steve…

… Barb Sheldon, last year's number one player, and Debbie Rentschler fill the bill for the Blue. In the sixth singles spot, Ann Yoshidi meets Jan Karzen a Wolverine co-captain. IN DOUBLES action, Sheldon…

April 05, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 147) • Page Image 8

… information about the Junior Year in New York program. Na"'. Address CTyState Zip Telephone Fre Instruction ket Billiards . ng you want to know" Mihigan Union Wolverine gymnasts crash NCAAs today lual als…

… senior year for another shot at the coveted title. The Wolverines' last NCAA win came in 1970, as they defeated Iowa State by a score of 164.15 to 164.05. In a characteristic eleventh-hour victory, the…

… final man to compete took it all f o r Michigan. Ed Howard, the meet's last man up, needed a 9.3 to put the Wolverines in a tie with Iowa State. With a spectacular effort and a score of 9.4, Howard sin…

… f11nwIVV 1w U5n,,tV11r1111UID 6110 Penn State. The depression that followed that meet, and the talk of a fading dynasty, were to be even more intensified the follow- ing year. Last year the Wolverines

…- tition from teams who have con- sistently scored higher than the Wolverines. Powerhouses I o w a State, Oklahoma State and Penn State have an edge on Loken's men,- having established a high- er scoring…

… pattern throughout the dual meet season and their con- ference championships. The calibre of performances Loken saw at the Big Tens merits some optimistic views, however. The Wolverines should put up a…

….3 performance. hosting Wolverines. Starting out AUGUSTA, Ga. ()-Jack Nick- Master Bes 3desom n c te.hst Wol-rin e s.mp tri n t laus, justifiably confident as he at- "Jac Besides team honors, the Wol- slowly in…

April 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 162) • Page Image 10

… Adding to these problems has Plagued by injuries, bad weath- been class conflicts which have er, and class conflicts, the Michi- forced some Wolverine netters to gan netters face their second miss matches…

…. Dan McLaughlin, weekend of Big Ten competition. starting in place of Ravreby, The Wolverines, 2-0 in conference nearly had to miss the Wisconsin play, come up against Wisconsin match due to an exam…

… which he TAKE TOLL conference play Thinclads set sights on Ohio State relays today, and then move on to chal- lenge the Wildcats of Northwest- ern tomorrow. First seeded on the Wolverine squad, Mark…

… Jeachim at No. 6 singles as he has compiled a doubtful starter in senior Chris Burr. Burr is nursing a sore back, and will be replaced by Ken Bartz if he is not ready to go against the Wolverines. Bartz has…

… have good depth . . . We'll have to hustle." T h e Wolverines would like to get 18 dual match points this weekend, but will be hard pressed to come out of North- western and Wisconsin with two wins…

… this meet including Michigan State and In- diana, along with the host team, Ohio State. The Wolverines will show their, strength in the 440-yard and two- mile relays as they usually do. The 440 relay…

April 13, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 154) • Page Image 9

…Wednesday; April 13, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pane Nine Wednesday, April 13, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY . .,r WOLVERINES SWEEP, 4-3, 10.0 By BRIAN MARTIN ' The sign on the locker room door at…

… Fisher Field reads: Big Ten Champs 1975, Big Ten Champs 1976, BIG TEN CHAMPS, 1977! If the play of the Wolverines yesterday is any indication, they may fulfill the sign's predictions. MICHIGAN'S BASEBALL…

… score Mahan with the winning run. The second game's one-sided slugfest, highlighted by Berra's home run, saw eight of the nine Wolverine batters getting at least one hit and the Blue scored in every…

April 01, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 144) • Page Image 8

… Tournament in Columbus last weekend. Extraneous from the tourney, the Blue stickmen lost to the Columbus La- crosse Club a league game. Fridav the Wolverines crushed a team from Purdue 22-2 in the could not…

… round of the tournament, while hosts Ohio State rambled past Ashland in the other semi-final. Against the Buckeyes, the Wolverines won the champion- ship in a hard-fought 10-8 contest. Steve Bissel led…

… schools to score a point. Wolverine contingent to Cleve- land all turned in their best swims ever. Fred Yawger, Rob flelt, John Daly and N o r m IhW e Semchyshen,Deachan-peung T his e.i o in his first NCAA…

April 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 156) • Page Image 10

Wolverines' number two singles player was recently selected to play in the Seventeen Magazine tournament in California. 'U ' s' Although she's only 5-3, Selden finds her height has noill effect on her game…

… of our season," said coach Bill Newcomb. "This will be our first meet since our Florida trip in mid-March." In Florida, the Wolverines garnered an impressive eighth in the Miami Invitational, against…

April 13, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 148) • Page Image 8

… officiating to a 7-6 upset victory over Michigan yesterday at Ferry Field. The Wolverines had built up a 6-2 lead midway through the third quarter, but a scoreless final per- iod, brought on by an unending rash…

… like a hu- man sieve in last week's encoun- ter in East' Lansing, won by Mich- igan 15-13, and the Wolverines fhad good success with the high shots from 20 to 30 feet out. But Hebert was stopping the…

April 08, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 150) • Page Image 8

… would have to adjust and NCAA tournament play Rob had learn everything on my own." some of his finest moments as Rob never really liked nearby a Wolverine. Sophomore year he Illinois, and after seeing…

… Campy pumped in 25 points against Russell and the Wolverines on UCLA. As a junior he canned 41 television he took a liking to points against Missouri and Rut- Michigan. gers, and t a 11 i e d 25 points "I…

… in the flow of the captain of the Wolverines 1976- game by rebounding and play- 77 Big Ten champs. ing ~tough defense. In close After signing with Michigan, games I know that if I outplay Rob started…

… pre- Benedict tries to keep his vented coach Moby Benedict team in shape during the per- and his Wolverine squad from iod when a layoff can affect pursuing their favorite spring M A N Y SPORTSWRITERS…

April 13, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

… - The Michigan baseball t e a m com- pleted its opening weekend of Big Ten action here yesterday by sweeping its second double- header in as many days. The Wolverines dumped Purdue 11-4j and 7-6 in eight…

…-hitting second sacker Dick Walterhouse. Catcher Ted Mahan drove in Grenkoski with (r m. ta. Bt SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: RAY O'HARA a single, Walterhouse moving to third. The Wolverines threaten- ed to score…

April 12, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 153) • Page Image 10

Wolverines' base- ball club, flying high after last weekend's doubleheader sweeps over Detroit and Eastern Michi- gan, moves into Big Ten compe- tition this weekend. Moby Bene- dict's crew leaves town today…

… options have been available to the Wolverines and their op- ponents all season. Both alter- natives have seen consistent em- ployment. Now, in the Purdue and Illi- nois games, Michigan will oper- ate with…

April 07, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 149) • Page Image 7

… couldn't be blamed if he left Ray Fisher Stadium yesterday with a smile on his face although he and his Titan teammates had just gone down twice to Michigan, 1-0 and 3-0, in the Wolverines' first home…

… side of the Wolverine infield gave Detroit first and third with two outs. Barnett then offered an omen of things to come when he grounded into a force play to end the inning. Helt gave up just two…

…, followed with another safety but Lonchar was cut down at the plate on a fine throw from rightfielder Pete Sulzicki. Kettinger, Lonchar, and Meyer combined for another Wolverine run two innings later…

… games cancelled by rain. Michigan has won three in a row after seven straight losses in Arizona at the beginning of the season. Wolverine hurlers have held the opposition score- less over 24 straight…

… University of Detroit. Though they managed nary a hit in the first game, the Wolverines took both ends of the double bill, blanking the Titans 1-0 and 3-0. CHESS Anatoli Karpov . . .a bright new star MIKE…

… gymnastics meet at Penn State." Michigan never say die gym- nasts gave it the ole college try yesterday in 'their attempt to en- ter the NCAA team finals today. The Wolverine's score of 318.65 left them in…

April 17, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 162) • Page Image 9

…- season, Benedict has been platoon- and have seen little action. Also demic season, the Wolverine dia- ing right hander John Hornyak slated to see plenty of action is mondmen are looking forward to and…

…- "basically succcessful." Bob Ma- should improve the Wolverine's sire "ra typeo sprig taing koski, Pat Sullivan and Bob Bower play. The majority of the players forithereaoulheaseason hihe will continue to share…

… outing for Michigan before the conference race gets under way. This Saturday the Wolverines will host the University of Detroit Titans in a doubleheader at Ferry Field, starting at 1:00 p.m. The game is a…

… make-up contest for an earlier doubleheader which was rained out. In the first meeting of the two teams at Detroit he Wolverines destroyed the Titans 20-5. 1 EAT HEREI WOW! low A three-piece Treasure…

April 08, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

… thing, the Wolverine gridiron of good1 heroes went through the same sophomo drills they have practiced for the kicking i past three weeks. it is in1 k*ck placekicking units went their drills for the…

… handily and though they like to hit, they do not have the finessse needed to overcome the Wolverines. Saturday, the Wolverines take on Cincinnati, a team they have never faced. The following week the…

… tough. He does believe, however, "the Wolverines are a good, solid ball club, better than last year's team." Though victorious, the Wolver- ines did not escape unscathed from Monday's game. Attackmen…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

…Sunday, April 11, 1971 ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' Helt, Burton shutout EMU, 1-0, 2-0 By BOB ANDREWS The Wolverine diamondmen, led once again by their superlatives pitching, sailed to their…

… the opener, it was the fine pitching of Pete Helt that gave the Wolverines the impetus for the victory. Helt allowed only one hit, a lead off single to center by Eastern's second baseman, Al Mc…

…- Laughlin. In the nightcap, Jim Burton was at his usual best as he blanked the Hurons on only five hits. Both starters went the distance and this gives the Wolverines a string of 14 straight games in which…

… the starting pitcher went all the way. Helt found himself in hot water throughout most of the first game only because of poor fielding sup- port. In all, the Wolverines com- mitted six errors, three of…

… Ferguson then grounded into a double play daily sports NIGHT EDITOR: ELLIOT LEGOW and on the play McLaughlin moved to third. However, the Wolverines weren't out of the inning as Helt walked} Dave Yeager to…

… by Burton that led the way for the sweep. There was a bit more hitting in the second game as Eastern collected five hits and the Wolverines tallied six, all of them singles. The Wolverines scored their…

… action yesterday. In squaring their conference re- cord at 1-1, the Wolverines soundly swept the top and bottom seed- ed matches and slipped by the Boilermakers in the middle match- es to score their first…

April 04, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 150) • Page Image 9

… hometown crowd, the Wolverines were for all practical purposes through Thurs- day afternoon while they were still in classes or at work. For it was in the compulsories the first afternoon of the…

… try to make up an almost insurmountable deficit. The guys didn't give up though, they still did a great job Friday afternoon." The Wolverines were the leading point gatherers in the Friday afternoon…

… excellent gymnasts and we at Michigan have a huge task ahead of us to try to be in next year's NCAA's." While the Wolverine camp was puzzling over their poor showing, those in the camp of the Iowa State…

… to improve, the Wolverines will be well on their way to filling the vacancy created by the graduation of Ron Rapper last year. Dick Kaziny, who was the only Wolverine to make the individual finals and…

April 13, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 155) • Page Image 15

… and come up short? Before the three consecutive Rose Bowl setbacks, the Wolverines were stymied en route to the Rose Bowl four times in a row. It is no different with many other Michigan sports teams…

… Michigan and the school they chose, before deciding against Johnny Orr's Wolverines. Look at all the big men who got away. Can you imagine Johnson and Griffith on the same court with Kellogg and Phil Hubbard…

April 15, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

…." The Michigan golf team is currently in Colum- bus where they're participating in the prestigious Kepler Invitational, held at Ohio State's home course. It is the Wolverines third tournament of the…

… Schroeder, both doing well on the professional golf tour, are ex-Wolverine linksters. Perhaps Davis' most memorable experience camein the fall of his sophomore year when he won the Michigan Invitational, a…

… tournament sponsored annually by the Wolverines that features the best college golf teams from the state. "That was my most thrilling tournament," exlaimed Davis. "I beat some good players and boosted my…

… and be in fine shape." The course record is a remarkable eight under, 64, fired by ex-Wolverine golfer John Fisher in the late sixties. 'In my view... ,he is the most original thinker in his field…

…-up Bowling Green squad Wednesday 'night. The lopsided victory was especially sweet for the Falcons, since Michigan nearly upset them last year. The Wolverine midfield accounted for most of the scoring. Rick…

April 13, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 158) • Page Image 8

… indicates I I 0 a romp, in many matches the! Spartans gave Michigan some fine competition, especially in singles. Three of the six singles matches carried for three full sets, including a Wolverine loss in…

…-fought win." MICHIGAN STATE came in:o the match with two consecutive Big Ten losses and the possibil- ity exists that the Wolverines were a little too complacent coming into the match. During many of the…

… opponent, and Ollie def Gudelsky-Callow (MSU), 6-4, 6-3 THE MATCH began with the up the fireworks in the third. Owens, still fighting a nagging McN 3: Holman-Owens (MICH) def Wolverines playing sloppy ten…

… clinch- ed going into singles, the only goal that remained for Michigan was its second straight shutout. The Wolverines whitewashed Iowa on Saturday. FRIEDLER took on Stark in SPORTS OF THE DAILY I BOX…

… Paul Baker's 608, placed third in the team event with 2756. The Wolverines' overall score of 7990 wqs good for sixth place. Doug Sh perd had the men's high game for Michigan with a 237. Next year…

April 13, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 158) • Page Image 9

….m. The Wolverines then open their Big Ten schedule with con- secutive road twin tilts against Minnesota and Iowa on Friday and Saturday. FEATURING: " Demin Bells " Flannel Shirts POIPnatel " Brush Denims…

… ou By ERNIE DUNBAR Eight Wolverine runners clocked their personal bests, one school record was broken; and another tied as Michigan's track team competed in the Dogwood Relays in IKnoxville, Tennessee…

… a and McLeod had the makings single up the middle. of a quick relay, but Williams Hamann was the hero and dropped the baton and added Wolverine hurler Mark Weber approximately six seconds to the…

… recorded a 8:53 in THE WOLVERINES' four mile the event, but seemed to lack MICHIGANfS BEST per orm relay team of Mike McGuire, the necessary concentration at ances came from hurdler Greg Meyer, Bill…

… sixth. Wal- terhouse singled, stole second, and took third on the catcher's overthrow. After Wasilewski flew out to short left, Hasle- rig, who got three of the six Wolverine safeties for the two games…

April 07, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… threatened When the Wolverines came up ginto the bottom half of in the tenth, getting men as far to bat in the bottom of the the seventh inning. Nursing a as third base but neither could eleventh inning of the…

… nightcap, 5-3 lead, Wolverine starter score. the decision had already been Lary Sorenson suddenly be- By the way, Weber finished made. If Michigan couldn't man- came wild and walked the the game for the…

Wolverines. age to break the 5-5 tie that first two Rockets he faced. His four and one-third innings of had stood since the seventh, the Michigan coach Moby Bene- work brought his total for the game would be…

… bad He was even sharper in the who had kept the Wolverines note, when he uncorked a wild first game, allowing only four in the game when he made a pitch that allowed the runners hits while striking out…

…Rekets I spite six hits in the first two and cruised home on a wild frames, the Wolverines could pitch. only put one run on the board. Michigan put the game away That came in the first when with a pair of…

April 11, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… 38th Masters Golf Tourna- tournament coming up in one1 week, the Wolverines lack that ment. all-important factor, necessary But Nichols' feat was overshadowed by the Masters to prepare for an important…

… career came in last year's Tallahassee Open. pri . h practice. THE KEPLER classic is the+ first of seven regional tourna- ments the Wolverines will com-' lug en b seb ll b gin pete in during 1975. The…

… Taylor Central.} The three will bring the Wolverine track team strength in the middle distances, long distances, and the sprints. Elliot runs middle distances, and has an impressive 880 time of 1…

April 11, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… other Wolverine, and ruin his personal performance. For always giving 100% when oth Marty. PHIL HUBBARD-Hub might not Hubbard is on the list even though som due he decided that the Daily wasn't be ptly…

… rmance. Michigan's successes gave 's improvement with better and better nen's athletic departmentris now just yle and grace.. .Kudos, Katy. w all season, can it? son with the Wolverines, Ray is best runs…

…-2, com- pleting the sweep of the singles. The Wolverine netters also swept doubles, with the team of Etterbeek- Horwitch winning 7-6, 6-2, Osler- Neinken coming out on top 7-5, 6-2, and Leach…

… concentrates on hitting a backhand return in yesterday's match with Kalamazoo College. Leach, cur- rently playing third singles, easily disposed of Kevin Johnson 6-2, 6-2 as the Wolverines shutout the Division…

… match in 12 days, Michigan's women's tennis team blew Central Michigan off the courts yester- day with a resounding 8-1 dual match win at the Track and Tennis Building. The Wolverines (12-2) lost their…

…- nis we've played, Kathy's loss was probably a little of a letdown." KARZEN'S LOSS had little effect on the rest of the team, however, as the Wolverines proceeded todestroy any Chippewa hopes after their…

… enough. We heard Michigan was 11-2 and an- ticipated a strong team. They were not quite as strong as we expected. Some of the girls felt they could have played better." The Wolverines next match is…

April 11, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…. match, then overcame a 0-3 Michigan is now 2-0 in the deficit to tie the second set-up. conference, and 3-0 overall. The Friedler lost the following game, Wolverines will be awarded a but won his serve…

… Rivers, and ex-Wolverine Elliott Mad- dox but with the possible exception of Maddox, no member of the outfield brigade possesses a mean bat. The Yanks are relying on catcher Thurman Munson (.318) and t h i…

…. Staub is being counted on for another On the Wolverine side of the season of hitting around .282 and knock- diamond is thirdbaseman Dick1 ing home 105 runs. Johnson could prove Walterhouse. Through…

… thirteen; to be the biggest steal for the Tigers games this season, he is batting since the Denny McLain trade. Although .490. Other Wolverine starters moody, Johnson (an ex-AL b a t t i n g with excellent…

… Parker, 357; and desig- A big headache for Houk will be his nated hitter Bill Haslerig, .333. pitching staff. Joe Coleman is as re- Wolverine coach Moby Bene- liable as snow falling in May, and he's dict…

…, ensen has compiled a 3-0 re-! Vern Ruhle, and Dave Roberts are not cord this year. known for pitching prowess. Weber, currently 1-1, led THE PROUD new owners of t h e the champion Wolverines last basement…

April 02, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 145) • Page Image 7

… pitching leader, heads the Wolverine mound corps. However, the junior had a dis- appointing Florida tour and Benedict says he'll have to "get it back together." ! Craig Forhan, Lary Sorenson! and Mark Weber…

… admits real concern about his bullpen, and depth is a must with two or three doubleheaders every week. THIS YEAR the Wolverines may score enough runs to back up their pitching. Hitting pro- vided a bright…

… and the wind blows in during the spring." Wolverine power should be much improved this season. Catcher Ted Mahan, last year's leading slugger, will get some help from new first baseman Randy Hackney…

… authority pf previous Blue catchers like Freehan and John Lonchar. The Wolverines end their pre- season practice with twin bills against Detroit on Thursday and: Eastern Michigan on Saturday. Their Big Ten…

… being graciously received on the Michigan campus today and tomorrow by the Wolverine, coaching staff. A superlative scorer who averaged 28 points and 20 re- bounds pergame last year, and once scored 42…

Wolverine coaches indicate that Flowers will be able to step right into a start- ing position and the results will be instantaneous. "Flowers is the key to our recruiting," Orr stated. "I think he's the best…

April 02, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 148) • Page Image 11

…Fridayl April 2, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven ~idoy, April 2, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY wolverine gymnasts sixth In earl y action Southern Illinois captures early lead By BOB…

… the opening round of the competition. The Wolverine total of 150.45 was NIGHT EDITOR: substantially far behind Southern AL SHACKELFORD *.inois, one of the other fine pow- ers in gymnastics, which…

… frequently, tomorrow's competition and I'm amn h qa. Despite their showing yesterday, the Wolverines are highly visible hosts during the NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Their full 15-man regular season lineup…

… only a 158.5 team score in the Big Eight finals compared to the Wolverines' 163.8 Big Ten meet score. But led by ,all-arounder Brent Simmons, who boasts a 105.75 total score for those finals, and who…

… consist- ently hit 9.5 during the season. sure we'll do better." i For the Wolverines to climb in- to the first position would require their overtaking New Mexico, Cal- ifornia, Iowa State, Penn State and…

… Southern Illinois, who are in fifth to first places respectively. Three different events were.held t once, with three teams doing e ch event. The Wolverines started their day off in the side horse event…

… highly as they did in the $ de horse. In the still rings event, one which the Wolverines usually dom- inate, they could only manage a Hail to the soft eushio] By CHUCK BLOOM eing a former bench - warmer…

April 10, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

…, it would seem that the Wolverines have some sort of monopoly in that area of conference competition. So the ob- vious question arises as to wheth- er the Maize-and-Blue-clad net- ters can conquer the…

Wolverines ran a w a y f r o m second place Indiana by nearly doubling their score 161-86. On Friday afternoon the Hoos- iers hope to be able to dethrone the Big Ten's perennial king on the combination of…

… expanded the Wolverine lead in the three home games they to 20-2. The final Michigan tal- play at Ferry Field. This after- lies were brought in by Raffer- noon at 3:30 they host Eastern ty's fourth hit of…

April 11, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 152) • Page Image 10

… school in Iowa. GARNER IS NOT expected to put off his decision much longer, and his coach added that he is still leaning toward Michigan. If. the Wolverines get Smith, Gon- zalez, Garris and Garner then…

… of a scheduled doubleheader was called off in the first inning due to rain. The Wolverine women launched their initial season this past weekend with a pair of wins in Evanston, Illinois. The Blue nine…

… hurler Ann Hyde the loss. Wolverine rookie Bkenda Venhuizen made sure of that with a clutch triple in the fifth, knocking in third baseman Roberta Zahl with what proved to be the winning run. "I was…

April 14, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 155) • Page Image 11

… Wasilewski's home run. It was Wasilewski's sec- ond round tripper of the sea- son. The Wolverines picked up another run in the fourth off starting pitcher Matt Partyka, when Mike Parker doubled home Jim Berra…

… in the NCAA indoor champion- shipsr and possessing t h r e e strong relay teams, Villanova should giveythe Wolverines a' runs for their money. Indiana and Michigan State are the only other Big Ten…

… schools entering the Dogwoods. The Relays will give Coach Jack Harvey's Wolverine squad a preview of both Indiana and MSU prior to the Big Ten cham- pionships in late May. Michigan will face Indiana in Ann…

April 12, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 153) • Page Image 8

…, sophomore Dave Cassetto is the staff's most con- sistent pitcher. He is 2-1 with a 3.12 ERA. His latest win was on Friday, a 7-4 victory over the Buckeyes. Cassetto and Brad Bonk will be facing the Wolverines

… school records. Probable pitchers for Mich- igan are junior Bill Stennett and freshman Steve Howe. The two hurled the victories in the Wolverines double dipping of Detroit last week. Stennett is 2-0 and…

… Howe is 2-1, so out of Michigan's 13 games and sev-. en wins, these two are respon- sible for five decisions, four being wins. The Wolverine staff will be severely tested tomorrow, and it is hoping for…

April 20, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 161) • Page Image 10

… The GOLAI, 1300 Arborview, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103 Special To The Daily COLUMBUS-High winds and cold temperatures failed to slow down the Michigan track team' yesterday, as the Wolverines dominated the…

…, White's Records. J.L. and timed in 47.9 seconds. Wolverines Jim Howell, Doug Hennigar, Jeff McLeod and Andy Johnson then combined for a victory in the sprint med- ley relay over Eastern Mich- igan in a…

… Call or stop by WOMEN'S STUDIES OFFICE 1058 LSA, 763-2047, M-F, 8-5 or Code 3 (circle one) 1: S-D 2: S-Ap. 3: S-Au. 4: J-Ao. 5: J-Au. 6: J-D r Wes Wolverine came to University Towers Apartments…

April 22, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 156) • Page Image 10

… last week's Kepler Invitational at Ohio State. Says Wolverine Coach Bill Newcomb, "At this point Ohio State has a slightly better team, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if we won it. The 'home course…

… advantage is really fantastic." In order to get a better look at their squads from top to bottom, Michigan and the other Big Ten schools are entering two teams of six each. The Wolverines will en- ter 16…

… Hawkeyes. The Wolverines now return to Ann Arbor to await Tuesday after- noon's encounters with Eattern Michigan in the makeup of a previously washed-out double- header. PRAGUE - Czechoslovakian fans jammed…

April 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 154) • Page Image 10

…. Baumgartner, winner of the award and senior middle distance run- ner for the Wolverine track team, has "done an amazing job of combining ,academia and athletics at Michigan. THE POWER Exchange Scholarship…

… defense appears to be in good hands. On paper, defensive coordinator Bill McCartney has one of the strongest returning lineups in years. Everything is not rosey, however. The Wolverines- have been hit…

… with 168 stops. The other in side position will be capably filled b3 returning veteran Andy Cannavino. The Wolverine secondary will hope t pick up where they left off at the end o last season. After a…

… to the starters it looks like the Wolverines may be retur- ning one of their strongest defenses in years. It's understandable that the coaches are looking forward to showcasing the team on television…

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