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May 18, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… AND BAGGAGE- LINE dations that can be securerd any- - _ wehere. in sehich to place cots for the full The car is isanmed 'Wolverine." number, sixteen, includhing cook It arrived yesterday with Governor…

May 01, 1893 (vol. 3, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

… "Wolverines" and 1dici- , ,"..JIfR. Our Bys Defeated the D. A. C's en Seventh inning-Smeltzer opensgotuesdrigeWl's DETROIT, MICH. the Athetic Field, Saturday, in withs a two-bagger, Jefferis takes first air…

May 03, 1893 (vol. 3, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… certainly sleserving lie Wolverine slate Thbokwl of the most liberal support fronm the be hantdsomely put toeteir. students. The deficits occasioned in the Oratorical Association. treasuries of these Ito…

May 10, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

… improvement in the fielding is a music in the direction of dramatic Courts. criit of comfort, despite the poor expression cannot be mistaken, and Next Saturday afternoon, track fans stick work of the Wolverines

May 22, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

… parsimonious frame of mind, three proceeds are to go to the remodeling morning. The Wolverine athletes im- hits being the extent of his allow- of Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, that proved noticeably on Keene Fitpat…

May 26, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…-athletic board of control Wolverines Won Out ,in Last Three evening, assisted by Mits Minnie M. 'The batting trder tf the teams sas investigated the charges and decideds Davis. Mr. Woodward is a cousin ofas tows…

… benefit of the associa- pitching for the Wolverines hut the will be rendered: r.t.; Holmes, s.. Warren, Church, tion. Staggites evidently took kindly to the Aria, "Mighty Lord and King all Davis, c.f. Mr…

May 14, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

….to thirdadFahr FIRST OF SERIES ohed o Ranb. I1)0th mit toletfo Wolverines Bunch Hits on the ~~Olsn. tweno itiwrthstttttedotIl Methodists, Captain Sullivan ter, sand Olson scored.Snowoos tt Steals Two Bases and…

May 28, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…. VARSITY TRIES OUT TRACKI Wolverines Confident of Good Score -Cornell Badly Crippled. (Spciillt I le JD ilt I Blotoin. Mtits.l itay 27 a ha trael tetias roithle etistenit iritaiile gatheri hiee foi' iie ig i…

May 29, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…. [Special to The Daily.] Syracuse. N. Y., May 28.-Syracuse caesehack i the scondi game with tie Wolverines atitdiby grace of oie lone hia ase on halls, a sacrifice, and a steal homite, scoretw so rus, eough…

May 03, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

… ANN& Aoswftl Y .t Tli I c I Vol,. XX. WOLVERINES HAVE ;r1r~ll GREAT RELAYT In Only an Accident Hinder ed the it> Quarter Mile Squad From Ar11e1 Taking First wlm~ TRAINING TABLE. BEGAN MIONDAY 4 >t…

May 24, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… ix7 lrc rd it ti Lcs lac (lc. VARSITY DEFEATS CASE IN STRUGGLE By a Score of 5 to 3 Wolverines ax Vanquish Ohioans on a Wet Diamond SMITH OUTCLASES OPPONENT I lcru lc Oiolx. iixz32.-ILL xiclxxi url…

May 26, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…R Iff ML -.4 t i' Nti(;hig I I y .MICHIGAN, "I'I t'I-I'SD_1 :l AY 20 rc TO. VOL.. XX. 1 O. 196. TRACK MEN SEEK EASTERN SCALPS Fifteen Wolverines Left Last Night to Participate in Final Meet REACH…

…()f IRa \loris, 110190 4 M111 c1 1Detroit, 1011 11101110 110011 00Z ole) RESERVE NINE IS VICTOR Wolverine Misplays (live Contest tn Clevelanders '4 to 0 1.i~'c:r 1/' 0 1 lo (5 1 0009o( iiuill} Clo…

May 29, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… in Memorial Crowd Rushes j hail Thought to Cause Crack ENDS 'WITH DFA lYICHIGAN LANDS THIRD IN EASTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE Wolverines Win Places in Six Events Scoring Twenty Points and Contesting First…

…'r Cornell Shuts Out Wolverines and Avenges Recent Track Defeats ITHACANS POUND SITH HART) (Special to te MVichigana Daily)~- Itaca, N. Y., May 28.-M1Vichigan's 11al1 tsiners ended their annusal junket ills…

… hard grounder and reached first whenth~e Wolverine fielders erred. 'iTomisons sacrificed thtu to second and he sored whenc Howarsd reached Smith f or a cleatssige. Stmitht 'eakened in the fftb passing…

May 04, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

WOLVERINES lttti ccnd alac \'. Aice,'r *6 NUMBERS LISTED FOR TONIGHT hldiiw eekly sinus- on th t yor, were elected ed iitorisiof 'l"The lNf icin_____wethier preventig n Tursday.ti Foresli",thle qa…

May 14, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… Contest Is Lost by -- l'""1'~~Pi Wolverines; Score Is Clb1i011 begilen a te It 'l~all tn- 5 to 4.oclock. 111e lanlut tthisya wilh of the forestr01 epatment ,e0' COTTRELL AND SMITH BATTLE _Michiganillt…

May 23, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… the Wolverines rolled up the Mieltigant score seltile lthe lotte Obferlini ciunittcaite is lie result of errors. The visitors ouedelup sNichiols for tirteeceait bingles which, couptleid witht Oherlini…

May 27, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…heMic iga Vol. XXL. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911. No. x6i8. SIX MIHGNAHEE PLACE FOR THE FINALS Great Showing In Yesterday's Preliminaries At Cambridge Makes Wolverines Loom as…

…-y Andlrewss defeated Drautier 5-7, 6-3,9I) ORAGMNWHIP VARSITY SOUNDLY Ten Wolverine Miscues Und6 Campbell's Masterful Flinging MICHIGAN GETS TWO LONE HITS (Succialtth te .11(1ihitcii l3%) St rIiet Se, N., V…

May 27, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…"stichsrs" gatheireii at II 11111n1 last nilghtlfior a smokeri o f t( BATTLE ON PALMER FIELD ISLANDERS WIN ON WOLVERINE ERRORS Hotly Contested Struggle Ends With Brown a 2 to 1 Winner VERHEYEN STARS AS TWIRLER lSiajl t…

May 16, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…. there are other men on the list of entries who are sure to give the Wolverine athletes some compe- tiion . Rain prevented the Michigan candi- dates from holding a successful work- out yesterday afternoon…

…, but if the weather is fair ,today, Dr. Kraenzlein will probably put them through their paces. A light workout is all that the men will get Friday, and then the Wolverine track team will be ready to…

May 18, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… oratpry at theUniversity of Michigan, ruled that a Wplye1 should be a Wolverine, ercival V. Blanchard, sub - ~remaininff The two arias she chose for her part the evening's program were ones ich need just…

May 19, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… was as cool "as a cucumber." The slugging abilities and proclivities of the Wolverines were woefully lacking an'd they did not deserve to win under any circumstances. Six misplays and boots apiece were…

May 02, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

… the judicious use of three baggers and home runs, coupled with an error or so and a pass, the Wolverines garner- ed six runs and left the smoky city team far in the rear, they only boast- ing of one…

…. It was perhaps the best game he has pitched since the Penn contests last spring and shows that he is rounding into form early. Varsity Makes No Errors. In the fielding line the Wolverines put up a…

May 04, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… Kohler Adds to Embarassment of Wolverines. ITHACA, N. Y., May 3.-Cornell's] Undergraduae Body Endorse Proposal and Student Sentiment in Ceneral is Favorablo to Batherings. W)1Ih GF SENIQRt ADVISERS WILL…

Wolverines on the small end of the score with 28 to their credit. From the first event to the last Cor- nell led all the way. The wearers of the"red cornered a total of ten firsts out of the twelve events…

… pilfered six- teen sacks, and would have taken his glove, mask and uniform if the police had not interfered. The Wolverine sprinters never hesitated on the chalk lines and slid from sack to sack like a…

… gunwales boat starts to tip, only the hould lean, and the others t should remain perfectly ntinued on page 4.) Wolverines claim as a bad break of luck. Haimbaugh was also expected to win the mile-and in…

May 11, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

… backstop problem was not impos- sible to solve. The Wolverine team went into ac- tion with a scrambled lineup, Dun- canson playing in the outfield, How- ard back on the first station, and Baer catching. Also…

May 14, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… week's trip )ugh the east. Cornell's baseball s will furnish the opposition for Wolverines, and the game will be ;ed on the Ferry field diamond at 5 o'clock this afternoon. he Varsity will go into the…

May 17, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… undertakings will be reports from Lansing stating that La completed before the time of the re- Fever, a freshman will do the mound gatta and will enable the canoeists to work against the Wolverines, it seems get…

… only five veterans, Robertson, Kortright,Thomp- son, Street, and Taylor. The absence of Reidpath's name adds much to the chances of the Wolverines to land the long end of the score, for the quarter miler…

… in the weight events, although he has always been outdistanced by Kohler, may offer some keen competition to the big Wolverine heaver,, whose injury will no doubt keep him from reaching his accustomed…

May 18, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… afternoon. The score by which new engineering building; junior law: the Wolverines swamped the Orange- 4:00 p. in., room D law building; fir men was 80 to 42, and Farrell's prot- year laws, 4:00 p. i., room B…

… in a lively match. 'he Wolverines and Ithacans broke ven in the single events, but in the oubles the Cornell players had the dvantage over the men from Ann Ar- or. The scores: Singles-Benton (C…

May 20, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… that his team mates gave im, it wa's easy sailing for him. Syr- cuse presented Nichols, the same urler who is credited with a five to ne victory over the Wolverines in nn Arbor and who was counted on >r…

Wolverines steady hitting. :mpleted the damage to his perfectly ood reputation. * * * * : * : , *- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Nominations for Women's League Officials. Election, Friday, 8…

May 21, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… and ,nsportation well scattered but serable support put him in -d holes and he was lucky to es- *I Although the Wolverines gathered more misplays than the hone letters, they did not come at such pinch…

… the annu- losing to MeLlean, but the Wolverines al celebration. took every other event and won the With more than 1,000 first year men doubles. in a walk, the local players on the campus the councilmen…

… campus publications,ove will be held. seeing the financial side and appointi: A report of the play committee will the managers of The Michigan Dai be presented, at ' this time and other the Wolverine, the…

May 23, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

… for had started out as a regular pitchers' Monday afternoon. Damm declared; battle with Sisler doing the box work that he would contest the case, and) for the Wolverines, and was sliding carry it to the…

… of a mys- battling after two innings.. tery. J. H. Minzey, '16, and Ward The Wolverines left tonight for Hopkins, '16, the two students who Pennsylvania where they tackle Le- gave the information to…

May 27, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… SISLER'S SORE ARM MAY KEEP HIM FROM BOX Star Twirler Injures Wing Throwing From Field in Pennsy Game and Will Probably Not Pitch Again. WOLVERINES HIT BALL HARD WHILE ON EASTERN JOURNEY Seven Bat Above 800…

… long throw to the plate which probably was itesponsible for the change for the worse in the throwing member, which will keep him from working in the box. While the heavy hitting Wolverin- es were…

May 29, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

… youngsters entered and part nable contents of the office which were of the surprise spoils will no doubt go' perishable had been removed, he re- to the Wolverines. turned for a last look at his water soaked…

May 30, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

… game serics cially adopted by five classes on the which is to terminate tomorrow and it campus, the first year laws and engi- neers, and the fresh, soph, and junior is needless to say that the Wolverines

… improbable that the Wolverines will place. The races between Jones of Cornell and Tabor ofBrown in the half and the mile should be the thrillers of the meet and critics are divided as to the outcomes. The pole…

May 03, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… was justified they finished in a dead heat. took the lead from the start an it until the home stretch, wh Ithacan came up from behind, powerful finish. Murphy, the Wolverine half forced Speiden to break…

May 07, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… as the Michigan All-Fresh put up yes- terday afternoon, and furthermore, if the Varsity persists in the hitting slump which it developed yesterday, the winning streak of the Wolverine nine is due for a…

…:00 o'clock today in the corri captain and second baseman of the dpr of the engineering building, near Wolverine nine in '97, is back in Ann the library. Those who fail to pay to- Arbor to see the…

May 10, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

… office, 4:00 o'clock. SENIORS TO STAGE MOCK EXERCISESt MethodIsts Break Shut-Out Record Wolverines, Whose Errors Let in Two Runs of Sisler made an error yesterday. Coach Lundgren believes George is not…

…-outs in the "Terrible but the Wolverine infield com- four crimes in this round. The lace Coach Lundgren had last vas the fact that the Orange was worse than his own pri- fense. ,ame was featured by…

… three free tickets into the eighth, but kept the Wolverines at bay with the paths intoxicated. Besides holding the Varsity to four hits, Turn- ure led the attack of his mates. He scored the first run, and…

… points for the Wolverines in an event in which they have been deplorably weak all year. Jametin and !Murphy 'raced around the 880 yard distance for a mark of i. minute 58 2-5 seconds in an agonizing- ly…

May 14, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Hits Regan Hard, Securing 11 Safeties, While Quaintance Is Holding Ithacans Safe All the Way NAVIN WATCHES WOLVERINE TRIUMPH OVER ITHACA NINE Sisler Plays in Left Field and Makes Sensational Diving…

… Catch off Keating Fast fielding and effective pitching held Cornell at bay yesterday,while the Wolverines regained their hitting stride, and won a 3 to 0 victory from the visitors for the eleventh…

… a rest tomorrow. * The Wolverines will enter Ferry * field Saturday, 'ully as weak in the * field events as they were when Cornell * trounced them two weeks ago. The *. strength of the Methodists in…

May 16, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…. Just how big the margin will be is a matter which even the rival trainers are unable to guess. The wise ones, however, predict a lee-way of about ten points for the Wolverines. A fast track promises…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… Victor, For Eleven Hits and Six Runs FERGUS# (ETS OUT OF TWO HOLES AND SMOTHERS RALLY Lundgren's Men Work Double Squeeze in Ninth, When Five Hits Net Four Runs Revenge is sweet! The Wolverine, tracked to…

… was so carefully groomed to hum- ble the Wolverines had twice turned the trick two seasons ago. Last year the Varsity thrice humbled the Farmer, but Captain Bell's men had no opportu- nity to revenge…

… themselves on Mr. Dodge. Saturday, however, the port side art- ist, famed in agricultural history for taming the Wolverines, was literally battered to pieces. Eleven tines the Michigan batters landed on his…

… sacrificed him to sec- ond, and Ferguson walked Fuller, and advanced both runners on a balk. WithI men on third and. second and one out things did not look auspicious for the Wolverines, but Hughitt camped…

…, '15E, in ENTRAINS FOR EASTERN TRIP Wolverine Tossers, With Wonderful1 Record to Uphold, Leave This Evening on Long Jaunt to Seaboard STUDENTS PLA N A SEN)D-OFF WHEN VARSITY STARTS OUT Five…

May 19, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… Evening 'C( l1E EE VAUDEVILLE" IS TITLE FOR ENTERTAIN MENT E x positiou Quartette Will Appear in Skit; Wolverine Stars to lie Seen Again THIRTY 'PREPS' ENTER ANNUAL' TRACK BATTLE High Schools to Send…

…- dists 8 to 6 in a slugging match in which the errors of both teams played a prominent part. The Wolverines were greatly weak- ened by the absence of the veteran Hughitt at third base. Coach Lun4- gren had…

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