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August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

… the the opening day's action without a single taste of defeat to lead the pack at the onset, then ran into a brick wall of defeat in the final day. Indiana then picked up the tempo where the Wolverines

… left off and crowned three singles champions and two doubles to clinch the Big Ten crown. The Hoosiers finished with a booming 69 points, far out- distancing the once-menacing Wolverines, who had 48…

… singles hope senior Harry Fauquier was knock- ed off by Riessen in the semifinals, 6-3, 6-0. The Wolverine headman made the semi bracket after downing Indiana's Dave Straus, 6-4, 6-1, and then going three…

… sets with MSU's Tom Jamieson, 0-6, 6-2, 6-1. for Northwestern by outsing Wol- verine sophomore Karl Hedrick in the finals, 6-3, 6-3. Hedrick pair- ed up with John Fraser in the Wolverines' first doubles…

… duo, and it was only after a tough 7-5, 8-6 semi final duel with Indiana's Power-McNerney team that the Wolverines were knocked out of the running. During the regular season play the Hoosiers also beat…

… same Wildcat who beat Flood out of the fourth singles crown back in 1963. The new Wolverine champ had to go three with Indiana's Charlie Kane in the finals to win it, 6-4, 6-8, 6-2. On the road to the…

… season losses came at the hands of Northwestern and Indiana as the Wolverines gained victories in six other meets by 9-0 scores. With most of its personnel back from its championship team of a year ago…

… the Hoosiers' 7-2 victory over the Wol- soph Tim Sheehan, 6-2, 2-6, 6-0, and in doubles, Tig Templeton and Carver Blanchard nipped Dixon and Swift, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. Never daunted, the Wolverines showed…

…, beat Illinois' Tom McCullum in the opening round, 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, then fell to Hoosier Alan Graham, 10-8, 6-2. Perhaps the biggest single blow to the Wolverines' tennis title hopes was Lowe and Fauquier…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 98

Wolverines left off and crowned three singles champions and two doubles to clinch the Big Ten crown. The Hoosiers finished with a booming 69 points, far out- distancing the once-menacing Wolverines, who had 48…

…. North- western came up with a 42-point effort and Michigan State ended up in fourth 25 points. Flood Alone While the Wolverines had four singlists and a doubles team in the final action, only third man…

… singles hope1 senior Harry Fauquier was knock-9 ed off by Riessen in the semifinals,1 6-3, 6-0. The Wolverine headmanl made thesemi bracket after1 downing Indiana's Dave Straus, 6-4, 6-1, and then going…

… ed up with John Fraser in th Wolverines' first doubles duo, anm it was only after a tough 7-5, 8-1 semi final duel with Indiana' Power-McNerney team that th Wolverines were knocked out o the running…

… the second round o: the opening day. It was the sam( Wildcat who beat Flood out of the fourth singles crown back ir 1963. The new Wolverine champ hac to go three with Indiana's Charlie Kane in the…

…-3, then fell to Hoosier Alan Graham, 10-8, 6-2. Perhaps the biggest single blow to the Wolverines' tennis title hopes was Lowe and Fauquier's loss of their second doubles crown to MSU's O…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

… Editor If nothing else Wolverine base- ball coach Moby Benedict suc- ceeded admirably last year in putting himself back in the hot seat-he and his players were just too good. Two years ago Benedict inher…

…- header at Northwestern gave them two more, 7-1 and 8-1. With a 4-3 win over Purdue and 14-2 and 11-3 wins over Illinois the fol- lowing day to give them the lead in the Big Ten, the Wolverines were really…

… end of the season skid when they took a squeaker over the Wolverines 3-2 at East Lansing May 18th. On May 20th the Wolverines took time off to meet the U of D Titans at Ferry Field. The first game was…

… actually the continua- tion of one which was called be- cause of darkness in the 12 inning of play with Michigan at bat with runners on first and second and one out. It took the Wolverines one more inning to…

… relief help in the first inning. The win finally went to Wayne Slusher of the Wolverines, 5-4. The following day Michigan was back in Big Ten action against the Buckeyes of Ohio State. Clyde Barnhart went…

Wolverine coach Moby Benedict went with his righthander Bill Wahl who held a 4-0 record in the Big Ten going into the game. Michigan got off to a quick 3-0 lead on a first inning home run by outfielder Ron…

… their opponents 42.7. With Russell and Buntin the Wolverines will have plenty of scoring punch. Russell broke Bun- tin's own one season scoring rec- ord for a Michigan player last year scoring a total of…

… about the competition. The com- petition in the Big Ten should come from Minnesota and Purdue, the only two teams, besides Ohio, to beat the Wolverines. Minnesota which beat Michigan by a whop- ping 89…

…-75 is the stronger of the two. -Daily-Dave Good JAZZY CAZZIE RUSSELL sparkled in his sophomore year and helped lead the Wolverines to the semifinals of the NCAA basket- ball tournament. The 6'5Y" guard…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…. The Wolverines lose just threeT men from last year's squad. Last year's Big Ten victory wasf no rout as the year before when Michigan obliterated the opposi- tion. Iowa and Michigan State made…

… determined bids to unseat the "M" gymnasts, but superiorx depth won out. Captain Arno Las-c cari, Mike Henderson, Gary Er-< win and John Hamilton won first places for the Wolverines in, thek meet. All but…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 105

… solid favorite for number five in '65. The Wolverines lose just three men from last year's squad. Last year's Big Ten victory was no rout as the year before when Michigan obliterated the opposi- tion…

Wolverines in the meet. All but Lascari will be back. Leaves Hole The loss of Lascari is a large one indeed, however. Lascari won his specialty, the parallel bars, while finishing fourth in the all- around…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

… that would be better forgotten the Wolverine hockey team rolled up its worst record in quite a few years. The biggest news however was an announcement by Coach Al Renfrew several weeks after the season…

…. Certainly something had to be done, because after the showing by this year's hockey team more fan appearhad to be injeced intc the game. The Wolverine hockey team started the season quickly beating the…

… Spartans humili- ated the Wolverines again on Saturday night to win a Michigan- Michigan State series for the first time. The two losses left Michigan in the cellar of the Western Colleg- iate Hockey…

… Association, a position from which they would be unable to rise for the rest of the season. The next week the Wolverines had a respite when they played Queens University The games were no contest at all, and…

… Bill Bieber made his first appearance of the year in the second game. LO DEN FREY OUTERCOATS from Austria $29.95 E A' WILD=h The Wolverines resumed the WCHA wars the next weekend and started a long…

… losing streak that was interrupted only by Christmas vacation.' The Wolverines started off the new year well by losing to Minne- sota. In the course of the first game Michigan's star goalie Bob Gray…

… injured his knee while mak- ing a save. Bieber was called in to replace him in the nets. The Wolverines managed a tie in their next game, the closest they had been to a win all year. No Help The change in…

… goalies didn't help and the team seemed to lose what little spark it had as the Wolverines dropped a two game series to the Michigan Tech Husk- ies before returning home and dropping two games to Minnesota…

…. The next weekend however was all joy and gladness at the Coli- seium. The Wolverines managed to win two whole games from the Huskies. It was Grays first re- turn to the lineup since his injury at…

… Minneapolis. Gray's return seemed to put new drive into the players and built up team confi- dence. They played as they should have played all season. The Wolverines then took a trip out West, playing at Denver…

August 27, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, August 27, 1969 PUZZLING .,. a l 11 l .. 6 F: J( v i."' < ;? Links outlook unknown By BILL DINNER One can only wonder what happened to the Wolverine golf…

… were five additional lettermen to help the depth of the squad. Even the Wolverines' opener gav-e no indication of their fu- Lire fortunes as they captured lifth place in the annual Miami Invitational…

… Tournament, with Keith Mohan and Rod Sumpter leading the team. Erskine, who started with a disappointing 80- 81-161, patched together his game to finish with 316, good for third among the Wolverines

… Iopes for (a victory in the Big Ten Tour- namnent were washed away after the first round (s the Wolverines were over 20 strokes out of first. Things went from bad to worse in the final round as they…

… Tournament in Columbus the Wolverines fin- -i hope is that there will be a great improvement in today's play." In accord with N e w - comb's remarks the team did edge up a little, but then there are not too…

… Big Ten Tournament were washed away after the first GET ATTENTION round as the Wolverines were over 20 strokes out of first. Things went from bad to worse in the final 36 holes as they finished in…

… Erskine could muster was a dismal 319 total which placed him fifthout of six Wolverines. Erskine was undaunted by his endeavors for the Michigan golf team. Wasting no time after the season drew to a close…

… per month Required a Call NEEBJAC TV RENTALS 662-5671 SERVING BIG 10 SCHOOLS SINCE 1961 capture fourth place in the Big Ten with a strong 9-5 mark. A final verdict was forthcom- ing on the Wolverines

… of the unknown. In spite of the poor campaign, the 1969 Wolverine squad was veteran in nature: Gone next year will be the en- tire starting infield including Glenn Redmon, who was a second team all Big…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 101

…Tl(JggDAY-, AUGUST 25't 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESAY. UGUS 25.196 THEMICHGAN AIL MINNESOTA FIRST: 'M'Nine Finishes Second :>----- By CHARLIE TOWLE Sports Editor If nothing else Wolverine base…

… when they. took a squeaker over the Wolverines 3-2 at East Lansing May 18th. On May 20th the Wolverines took time off to meet the U of D Titans at Ferry Field. The first game' was actually the continua…

…- tion of one which was called be- cause of darkness in the 12 inning of play with Michigan at bat with runners on first and second and one out. It took the Wolverines one more inning to win this one 11…

… first inning. The win finally went to Wayne Slusher of the Wolverines, 5-4. The following day Michigan was back in Big Ten action against the Buckeyes of Ohio State. Clyde Barnhart went seven innings…

…-4 won-lost record going into the final day of play. Michigan faced a twinbill against sixth place Indiana, while Minnesota played two against fourth place Wisconsin. In the first game Wolverine coach Moby…

….7. With Russell and Buntin the Wolverines will have plenty of scoring punch. Russell broke Bun- tin's own one season scoring rec- ord for a Michigan player last year scoring a total of 690 points. They…

…. The com- petition in' the Big Ten should come from Minnesota and Purdue, the only two teams, besides Ohio, to beat the Wolverines. Minnesota which beat Michigan by a whop- ping 89-75 is the stronger of…

… the two- -Daily-Dave Good JAZZY CAZZIE RUSSELL sparkled in his sophomore year and helped lead the Wolverines to the semifinals of the NCAA basket- ball tournament. The 6'5%" guard led the Big Ten co…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

… supplies SERVING U OF M STUDENTS SINCE 1883 But before they lost a regular meet last winter, the Wolverine tankers claimed victory in what was probably the most exciting and closely-fought match in their…

Wolverines the nod. Significant Victory The victory, which Coach Sta- ger attributed to team effort - "they didn't punk out, they stayed in there giving their best" - was especially satisfying because it…

… marked the second time in as many years that the Wolverine tankers had bested the Hoosiers in a head-to-head encounter. No other team has defeated Indiana (the 1965 and '66 NCAA runner- up) in a dual meet…

… grapplers by an 18-8 margin. End of suc- cess story? for the Wolverines in dual meets Matmen Start New String and came as no surprise, since Not to the Wolverine matmen, only three men had graduated who…

… promptly proceeded to dis- from their third-place NCAA pose of their last four Big Ten WOLVERINE SWIM CAPTAIN{ with his unique butterfly style w for 200 meters when he was 16 an Olympics. Michigan…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

… before the Blue onslaught. Last year's Wolverines scored a grand total of 2,526 points. Most Won The 13 conference games and the 24 full-season games won by the Wolverines are the most ever won - by a…

… Michigan basketball team. The only losses suffered by last year's Wolverines came at the This set the stage for a Michi-i gan-Princeton rematch. Ever since : the first Wolverine-Tiger encoun-t ter at the…

… another shot at4 the Wolverines.t But Michigan, with Buntinl scoring 22 points and Russell pour- ing in 28, had too much for the sentimental favorites, and even though Bradley led all scorers with 29 points…

… the Wolverines walked away in the second half for a 93- 76 triumph. Second Game In the second game, UCLA beat Wichita 108-89, setting the stage for the dream game in the finals. For the first 10 minutes…

… of that game, the Wolverines looked unbeatable. They roared from a four-point deficit to a seven point lead, 20-13. But the UCLA press began to have its anticipated ef- fect. The Wolverines didn…

… and UCLA losses, the Wolverines notched NCAA victories in Lex- ington, Ky., over Dayton and its 7' center, Henry Finkel, and Van- derbilt, with Clyde Lee ,most val- uable player in the Mid-East Re…

… rally began. With the Bruins ahead 71-51, the Wolverines be- gan stealing passes too-and com- pleting some-until, at the buzzer, they had narrowed the gap to 11 points, 91-80. The 1964-65 'Wolverines had…

… battled as far as they were able. They had made their history. And improvement now has to come from the new Wolverines of 1965- 66. RUGBY TO SKY DIVING: Myriad of Minor Sports Seeks Eager Enthusiasts I I…

… II Wolverine Season Statistics \ creations. pric Ga Sta Prest Levi's available d's I t, in all styles d lan d s zes. the store y 1209 SO] Cazzie Russell, g Bill Buntin, c Oliver Darden, f Larry…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…-confer- ence and playoff) of 2,420 also fell before the Blue onslaught.a Last year's Wolverines scored a grand total of 2,526 points. -Most Won The 13 conference games and the 24 full-season games won by; the…

Wolverines are the most ever won by a Michigan basketball This set the stage for a Michi-, gan-Princeton rematch. Ever since the first Wolverine-Tiger encoun- ter at the Holiday Tournament in December, in…

… which Michigan roared from behind to win 80-79 after Princeton's All-Everything Bill Bradley fouled out with over four minutes left, the Tigers had been itching for another shot at the Wolverines. But…

… Michigan, with Buntin scoring 22 points and Russell pour- ing in 28, had too much for the sentimental favorites, and even though Bradley led all scorers with 29 points the Wolverines walked away in the…

… second half for a 93- 76 triumph. Second Game In the second game, UCLA beat Wichita 108-89, setting the stage for the dream game in the finals. For the first 10' minutes of that game, the Wolverines looked…

… unbeatable. They roared from a four-point deficit to a seven point lead, 20-13. But the UCLA press began to have its anticipated ef- fect. The Wolverines didn't substitute as frequently as they would have…

… BUNTIN hands of Nebraska, a stunning 74- Then the inevitable late Michi- gan rally began. With the Bruins ahead 71-51, the Wolverines be- gan stealing passes too-and com- pleting some-until, at the buzzer…

…, they had narrowed the gap to 11 points, 91-80. The 1964-65 Wolverines had battled as far as they were able. They had made their history. And improvement now has to come from the new Wolverines of 1965…

… the Wolver- ines 91-80. Between the Ohio State and UCLA losses, the Wolverines notched NCAA victories in Lex- ington, Ky., over Dayton and its 7' center, Henry Finkel, and Van- derbilt, with Clyde Lee…

… Park, Md. RUGBY TO SKY DIVING: Myriad of Minor Sports Seeks Eager Enthusiasts i ,! gt s '-' ; By MARC SPINRAD team. The+ year's only losses suffered by last1 Wolverines came at the' fl ti I…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TuesdayIIIAugustI27, 1968IITHEIMICHIGAN -A-L- .Pros undercut By ROBIN WRIGHT Five Wolverines - including Fate collided with the 1968, four pitchers…

… the Wolverines to yield the '68 1 college ball to go for the big young diamond squad *title. The season opened on an un- lucky note as Chief Hurler-on- the-mound Geoff Zahn was swiped. by the Los…

… confrontations. Steady pitching and power hit- ting became keys to Wolverine victory as they yielded only the last game, in a set of double- headers against Ohio State and Indiana. The arms of Dave Renkiewicz and…

…-1 loss in non- conference action against West- ern triggered a losing streak that was to cost the Wolverines the Big Ten title. Lack of run-producers was the source of a double setback at Wisconsin, when…

… over Michigan, which sank to a disheartening third place. What turned out to be the last weekend of baseball for the club saw the Wolverines almost snooze through a set of lackluster games against last…

…-place Purdue. Splitting a Saturday double- header (which appeared to be a Wolverine fad) against the Illini further deflated title hopes. Rain cost the team two double- headers at Iowa and Minnesota and knocked…

…. Despite minor disappointments, he felt the Wolverines fulfilled his expecta- tions. On strategy, Benedict-explained, "We believe pitching is 85% of the game, and we build our teams around that philosophy…

… 'of their respective teams. Both are also being allowed to return as full-time students this fall. Other drafted Wolverines in- volve the rest of the Michigan pitching staff - Renkiewicz, Jack Hurley…

… his sophomore year, displays the big swing that hit for a .467 average. Also the conference leader in doubles and total bases, he was one of two Wolverines who elected to abandon college ball for a…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

… professional draft - forced the Wolverines to yield the '68 title. The season opened on an un- lucky note as Chief Hurler-on- the-mound Geoff Zahn was swiped by ,the 'Los Angeles, Dodgers. A young and unproven…

…-season pro draft came back to hit Michigan for a third loss. , Five Wolverines - including ranked Michigan State in two four pitchers - were tapped by single games, 4-1, 4-2. major league clubs. Two sopho…

… pitching and power hit- money. ting became keys to Wolverine SEASON WRAP-UP victory as they yielded only the Arizona sun on the annual last game in a set of double- eight-day, ten-game spring trip headers…

… losing streak that was to cost the Wolverines the Big Ten title. Lack of run-producers was the source of a double setback at Wisconsin, when 19 men were left stranded on base. The. weekend produced…

… teams. Both are also being allowed to return as full-time students this fall. Other drafted Wolverines in- volve the rest of the Michigan pitching staff Renkiewicz, Jack Hurley and Gerry, Christman…

… last weekend of baseball for the club saw the Wolverines almost snooze through a set of lackluster games against last-place Purdue. Splitting a Saturday double- header (which appeared to be a Wolverine

… win the NCAA crown. DEFENSE IMPORTANT Coach Moby Benedict felt Mich- igan had a strong enough team to win big in the Big Ten. Despite minor disappointments, he felt the Wolverines fulfilled his expecta…

… that hit for a .467 average. Also the conference leader in doubles and total bases, he was one of two Wolverines who elected to abandon college ball for a crack at the majors. Maddox signed for a healthy…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

… Another Conference Crown By JIM LaSOVAGE It took a lot of guts. And that's the biggest thing that kept a rebuilding Wolverine track team in the running for con- ference honors last season. The loss of 13…

… encouraging performances by sophs, but sweeps of both the 70- yard high and low hurdle events by Chicago made the difference in the meet. A few federation meets saw much improvement in Wolverine thinclads…

… had drubbed the visitors 92-49. Three days later the Wolverines disposed of the Irish of Notre Dame in their last indoor dual meet of the season. During the course of the winter meets the trackmen…

… Arbor, the Wolverines retaliated for the earlier loss withs an 89-37 pasting, winning 11 ofa (Continued on Page 8) By BUD WILKINSON The 1965 version of Michigan's men in white served and volleyed their…

… conference tennis crown in the last 11 years. The season started out on a seemingly dismal note when the Wolverines were trounced three times on their spring tour in late March. However, it was the net- ters…

… Northwestern, the only team to top Michigan. The5Wolverines, however, pulled out a 5-4 victory over the Hoosiers and entered the conference meet trailing them by only one point. Northwestern Third By winning…

… number two sin- gles, and Hedrick and Jerry Ste- wart played in number one dou- bles against top-seeded Wildcats Clark Graebner and Bill Rice. ! The Wolverines, who had lost all the above matches in dual…

…, 8-6, 10-8. absorbed a 6-3. 6-3 beating from The Wolverines performed ac- Power and McNerney. cording to form at the other six positions and Michigan men ad- vanced to Saturday's finals in eight of…

… nine spots. Win in Rout Entering the final day of action with a slim three-point lead over the Hoosiers, the Wolverines took six of eight final contests to win the championship in a rout. At third…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

… Ten gymnastics chai- at 188.40 total. Michigan Statet pionship. finished second with 186.40. Under Wolverine Coach Newt Laken, a the new scoring system, the Wol- former standout gymnast at Min verines…

… not the only school that could win year will be used. The dual meets titles in streaks. The Wolverines and conference meet will both be haven't given up the crown since, of importance. Now the other…

… schools are be- Miller Wins Tramp Title ginning to wonder if Michigan, A team of few stars for the 1966 like Illinois before it; will ever let Wolverines was clearly evident in go of the championship. the…

… Big Ten meet. The gymnasts The Wolverines have since cap- produced only one Big Ten title- tured six straight Big Ten cham- holder on their journey to a sixth pionships and even managed to straight…

… 1966 season was a year de- Gary Erwin, a standout Wolverine scribed by Coach Loken as a gymnast in 1963-65. This year's championship team "with very world championships were held in few stars. They were…

… sidehorse and did quite well." The following week at the Jacobs Hot on Trampoline NCAA finals at Penn State, the Of the incoming sophomores, Wolverines finished fifth as a the most impressive to date is team…

…. Williams took a second place on the p-bars in the Big Ten tourna- ment to help nail down the Wolverines' sixth straight title. Gridders Seek To Recover From Year of Hard Luck (Continued from Page 3) other…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

… does not look bad in any man's record book. Except, perhaps. . . Perhaps, if these marks were compared to the numerous titles which the Wolverine squads have amassed under the direction of head coach…

… in the running for the National League Pennant. But it happened to the Wolverines and a literal success turned into a relative fail- ure. Good, Not Great The Michigan tracksters were a good team…

… the Big Ten indoors. When the Wolverines were pitted against the eventual conference champions though, it just wasn't enough. Spartans Romp The Michigan State Spartans lived up to their name in scoring…

… the Spartan onslaught ington, Bob Steele, and Clint in this department. Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, in addition to the Wolverines and Michigan State, filled out the first division of Big Ten track…

…, snapping both the indoor and outdoor confer- ence marks. According to head coach Canham, the notable thing about Harvey's performance is his size. Although he weighs 235 pounds, the Wolverine senior, Canham…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

… of an end of an era for Gus Stager's tankers. After maintaining consistent runners-up spots to seven straight Indiana swimming championships, one of the greatest senior crops in Wolverine history was…

…. Completing the dismal outlook was the scarcity of new seniors to give the squad depth-only three will be on the squad this year. Stager, the 1960 Olympic swim- ming coach, does not think that the Wolverines

… champ Scheerer, the Wolverines were nothing short of sickening in 1967, chiefly because John Robertson was so disappointing. And t® top this off, there doesn't appear to be any new sophomore breaststroker…

…...." "Well-we want to build char- acter, but. . .." TWO WORLD TRAMPOLINE CHAMPS, the current one, Dave Jacobs, left, and the 1966 champ, Wayne Miller, form the backbone of next year's Wolverine gymnastics…

… team. Jacobs, Miller Carry radition Of Wolverine Gymnastics Team -§ * § WE § ~~WHY. . CARRY There's more than fabric superiority in Gant. In add i- tion, "needled-into the warp and woof of every Gant…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

… an era for Gus Stager's tankers. After maintaining consistent runners-up spots to seven straight Indiana swimming championships, one of the greatest senior crops in Wolverine history was graduat- ing…

… dismal outlook was the scarcity of new seniors to give the squad depth-only three will be on the squad this year. Stager, the 1960 Olympic swim- ming coach, does not think that the Wolverines will plummet…

…- Guire and Bruce McManaman ap- parently the best of them. This leaves only one position un- listed so far. That is the breast- stroke, where beyond champ Scheerer, the Wolverines were nothing short of…

…'s Wolverine gymnastics team. Jacobs, Miller Carry rad0to Of Wolverine Gymnastics Team § 4b WHY a yb5 WY§ WE - There's more than fabric superiority in Gant. In addi- tion, "needled-into the warp and. woof of…

… fastest fresh- man time in both the 50 and 100, Bob Kircher, and Robert Har- mony. With so many candidates, the Wolverines will have depth in the short distances for the first time in quite a while. John…

August 29, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 82

…'s tankers. After maintaining consistent runners-up spots to seven straight Indiana swimming championships, one of the greatest senior crops in Wolverine history was graduat- ing. It, didn't look like there…

… scarcity of new seniors to give the squad depth-only three will be on the squad this year. Stager, the 1960 Olympic swim- ming coach, does not think that the Wolverines will plummet to the bottom of the Big…

Wolverines were nothing short of sickening in 1967, chiefly because John Robertson was so disappointing. And to top this off, there doesn't appear to be any new sophomore breaststroker who looks like he even…

…- acter, but. ..." TWO 'WORLD TRAMPOLINE CHAMPS, the current one, Dave Jacobs, left, and the 1966 champ, Wayne Miller, form the backbone of next year's Wolverine gymnastics team. Jacobs, M er Carry…

… Tradition Of Wolverine Gymnastics Team A - § - . 41 WHY WE - There's more than fabric superiority in Gant. In addi- 5 tion, "needled- into the warp and woof of every Gant shirt"-- there's flair-fit show…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…. PA E EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST Z4, 1965 . .- wolverine Swimmers Set Tanf ul of Records By JIM LaSOVAGE Stager…

…, entered the competition *New Yorker 3.75 8 ma with the Wolverines, but the 5.00 yr Maize and Blue dominated the Newsweek 4.00 yr 7.00 yr meet. *U.S. News 20 wk 2.00 Although team scores were not & WR 40 wk…

… 7.6 r.50 yr After the holiday- vacation, the Mail your order now, or call our Wolverine squad hosted the Bad- office gers of Wisconsin in the first (*) Pymt. must accompany order dual meet of the…

… season. The ST U DENTBadgers proved a small challenge S. U PENTto the more powerful Wolverines, PE RIODICAL"and Michigan finished on top of a 71-34 score. AGENCY On tRemain Unbeaten EOn the following day…

… the Wolverines boarded the uled in dual meets were featured bus to East Lansing. -tower diving and a 1000-yard Fire Up freestyle race. And when the meet There was a lot of chatter dur- was over, and…

…. sophomore Greg Shuff finished Competition was the sharpest first and third, respectively, in the of the season, but the Wolverines event-a Hoosier strong point- fished out seven firsts and eight the entire…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

… PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGVS'T i4. 1969 PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY -TTlE~4DAY. ATT(~TT~T ~L 1QA~ r.vasFaa.rai , ci al VfvA71 (.rY 1 7U 1 Wolverine Swimmers Set Tankful…

… Mich- igan College Swimming and Div- ing Meet in East Lanasing. Six other schools, including M:higan State, entered the competition with the Wolverines, but the Maize and Blue dominated the meet…

… match of the two Big Ten powers to come a menth and a half later. After the holiday vacation, the Wolverine squad hosted the Bad- gers of Wisconsin in the first dual meet of the season. The Badgers proved…

… a small challenge to the more powerful Wolverines, and Michigan finished on top of a 71-34 score. Remain Unbeaten On the following day, the Big Ten Invitational Relays Meet was held in Matt Mann Pool…

… apprehension that the Wolverines boarded the bus to East Lansing. Fire Up There was a lot of chatter dur- ing the bus trip, while Captain Ed Bartsch walked up and down the aisle trying to calm uneasy teammates…

… and fire them up for a victory. The team decided that they'd beat State and do a good job of it. Competition was the sharpest of the season, but the Wolverines fished out seven firsts and eight seconds…

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… depth to win a Big Ten tennis championship, and depth is what the Wolverines had last spring as they ran away with the title-the second straight crown and the ninth in twelve years for Coach Bill Murphy…

… winning record in the dual meets for a combined 72-9 match record. In the cham- pionship tournament at East Lansing every Wolverine made it to the semifinals and Michigan had finalists at all but one posi…

… matches were made up just before the con- ference meet with the Wolverines and Illini splitting for a 6-3 total. The team next traveled to Bloomington where it took on Iowa and Northwestern, and then the…

… Iowa 9-0, the Wolverines came through to down Indiana, 6-3. On the final weekend of dual meet play Michigan blanked two more conference foes as neither Ohio State nor Wisconsin could pick up a match…

… against the powerful Wolverines. After shutting out Western Mi- chigan in non-conference play, Michigan entered the Big Ten tournament with a 10-point bulge over surprising Michigan State. In the first day…

… of competition every Wolverine advanced into the semifinals. Michigan drew byes in all but three single positions in the first round and won them with ease, then took all nine second round matches to…

… also made it to the third round but that was the fi- nal step for the Michigan squad which ended in a seventh-place tie behind winnerkUCLA. This year looks like another strong year for the Wolverines. Al…

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…. He was finally edged out of the national title on the last day of the season. The Wolverine captain set the Big 'Ten records for passes caught3 4 (50) and yardage gained (698) on his way to leading the…

… Hribal has also graduated. The Wolverines must also re- place their kicking game. Kemp, punting specialist, and Sygar, placekicking specialist, have left. SThe strong point of the coming season appears to…

… Stincic and Jon Kramer. Dick Williamson and former NCAA neavyweight wrestling champ Dave Porter man the tackles, while Gerry Miklos will start at middle guard. The Wolverines have had a year of experience…

… give wvell-seasoned veteran returning the Wolverines a strong passing in Ernie Sharpe. Warren Sipp has# game. been moved from tight end to He will pass to either Jim Bey'- fullback. Ron Johnson will play…

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… pass re- ceiving. He was finally edged out of the national title on the last day of the season. .The Wolverine captain set the Big Ten records for passes caught (50) and yardage gained (698) on.lhis way…

… graduated. The Wolverines must also re- place their kicking game. Kemp, punting specialist, and Sygar, placekicking specialist, have left. The strong point of tfle coming season appears to be the defen- sive…

…. Dick Williamson and former NCAA neavyweight wrestling champ Dave Porter man the tackles, while Gerry Miklos will start at middle guard. The Wolverines have had a year of experience with the new Oklahoma…

… more holes to fill, is still confident. Center and captain Joe Dayton has two years of experience behind him and Vidmer at quarterback should give the Wolverines a strong passing game. He will pass to…

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… two results in zero. How- ever, one, two, three can almost make up for it. As confusing as this sounds, it is no more complex than the 1968 gymnastics season was for the Wolverines. By finishing in…

… two, Iowa and Michigan State, to qualify as a team for the 'NCAA championships. A sec- ond-place playoff result eliminat- ed this' possibility; however the Wolverines' individual tallies at the…

… State led Iowa by 3.4 points and Michigan by 3.8. On the trampoline, the next event, the Wolverine score was phenomenal. It drew the gym- nasts to within .05 points of the Spartans. The Hawkeyes fell to…

… almost three points behind the other twonand realized they couldn't, win. Along with this realization, came the knowledge that if Mich- igan beat Michigan State, the Wolverines would be the undis- puted…

…, while both Michigan State and Iowa have been hit hard. This year, the Wolverines will be the team with poise and ex- perience. With their strength, the rest of the country better start looking. "As long…

… edging out the Wolverines on the floor exer- cise, swamping them on the side- horse, and winning the rings. They established a 2.6 point lead going into the trampoline event. At this point, Michigan had an…

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…; but another two results in zero. How- ever, one, two, three can almost make up for it. As confusing as this sounds, it is no more complex than the 1968 gymnastics season was for the Wolverines. By…

… the other two, Iowa and Michigan State, to qualify as a team for the NCAA championships. A sec- ond-place playoff result eliminat- ed this possibility; however the Wolverines' individual tallies at the…

… State led Iowa by 3.4 points and Michigan by 3.8. On the trampoline, the next event, the Wolverine score was phenomenal. It drew the gym- nasts to within .05 points of the Spartans. The Hawkeyes fell to…

… almost three points behind the other two and realized they couldn't win. Along with this realization, came the knowledge that if Mich- igan beat Michigan State, the Wolverines would be the undis- puted…

…, while both Michigan State and Iowa have been hit hard. This year, the Wolverines will be the team with poise and ex- perience. With their strength, the rest of the country better start looking. "As long…

… Spartans a slight edge. The meet began as expected, with Michigan State edging out the Wolverines on the floor exer- cise, swamping them on the side- horse, and winning the rings. They established a 2…

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… up in warm to drop back t clothing, balance their portly bod- the Wolverines ies on two thin blades, and with txperlence. Hea malice aforethought try to ram a is Bill Lord, a frozen disc around, under…

…- bayashi, the All-American cen- ter from Chatham, Ont. who cap- tained the Wolverines last year and led the WCHA in scoring in 1965. "Waka" 'for the past three seasons has thrilled the Wolverine fans with…

… assists. The Wolverines will be strong in netminders this season with jun- ior Harold Herman back. Herman stepped into the starting goalie * position last year at the Boston Tournament and wouldn't let Greg…

… the Wolverines penalty minutes. hen Defense d out on defense will be senior stalwarts Hank Brand and Mark Thompson. When asked to comment on the yearlings of the freshman team Coach Renfrew would only…

… present Wolverine; contingent a run for their jobs are Randy Binnie, Mike Materna, Mickey Gray, Doug Galbraith, Paul Domm, and Allan Brooks. Three Soph Defensemen Causing the varsity defense to check a…

… for the first time included all eight teams instead of the first division, thei Wolverines were eliminated by a hot Spartan team 3-2, a sixth 11 -r88 11 966 WELCOME TO WAGNER'S "Buying your…

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…- powered the second place Badgers, 67-48. The individual winners for the Wolverines were: captain Roger Schmitt in the shot put with a heave of 55'91/2"; Des Ryan in the one mile run with a time of 4…

… events, while Dorie Reid was fifth in the 60- yard dash. Better Than '63 This fine showing was an im- provement over last year when the Wolverines tied for first with Iowa with 43 points while Wis- consin…

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… Conference Grown w Way on Little More Than Guts IVetters 1 ftK By JIM LaSOVAGE It took a lot of guts. And that's the biggest thing that kept a rebuilding Wolverine track team in the running for con…

… through in big' much improvement in Wolverine ways. Bob Gerometta started run-f thinclads before the next dual ning like a star quartermiler in meet-this against traditional foe the dash and on the mile…

… time in Ann Arbor, the Wolverines retaliated for the earlier loss with an 89-37 pasting, winning 11 ofE (Continued on Page 8) By BUD WILKINSON The 1965 version of Michiaa men in white served and…

…' eighth conference tennis crown in the last 11 years. The season started out on a seemingly dismal note when the Wolverines were trounced three times on their spring tour in late March. However, it was the…

… and had defeated Northwestern, the only team to top Michigan. The Wolverines, however, pulled out a 5-4 victory over the Hoosiers and entered the conference meet trailing them by only one point…

…-6, otrong bid to top Power but was 6-3, 6-2, and Hedrick and Stewart edged, 8-6, 10-8. absorbed a 6-3, 6-3 beating from- The Wolverines performed ac- Power and McNerney. cording to form at the other six -. In…

…, the Wolverines took victorious in the three touney six of eight final contests to win preceding this one. the championship in a rout. At third singles, Jon Fraser Undefeated took three sets to defeat…

… to the floor of the fieldhouse, Michigan had drubbed the visitors 92-49. "Three days later the Wolverines disposed of the Irish of Notre Dame in their last indoor dual meet of the season. During the…

… the Notre Dame meet. The Wolverines entered the conference championships as un derdogs to Wisconsin and Michi-l gan State. and Minnesota was also being talked . up. The Badgers collected a winning total…

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… the Weather Bureau's promise of sunshine. Snow can be expected in May. But most unexpected was the play of the Wolverine icers. The changes in their fortunes came faster than those in the ele- ments…

…. Paul Gams- by hit the post on a penalty shot, forwards were slow com- ing back on defense and de- fensemen tended to be caught up ice. But while the weather was still cold, the Wolverines got hot and…

… coming back to check," insists Renfrew as he praised his unsung trio of Randy Binnie, Don Deeks, and Doug Glendinning as his "best check- ing line." Defensively the Wolverines were an ever-hustling and im…

… e solid performers. "Only their unhappy penchant for giving aw ay the puck in their own end hampered their overall effec- tiveness," noted Renfrew. "The high powered Wolverine offense is left almost…

… tide of a game." To make matters worse Jim Keough, Michigan's All-Ameri- can goaltender, experienced the worst slump of his career and the Wolverines sorely missed the spectacular play in the nets which…

… ig- nite us." Returning from a road trip in Minnesota for the series with first place North Dakota, the Wolverines finally put it all to- gether as "the forwards put the puck in the net, the defense…

… v Minnesota net Perrin. The speedy captain-elect scored 28 goals in spite of his poor mid-season play. Perrin is the closest thing the Wolverines have to that single individual capable of reversing…

… the tide of a game, and it is no coincidence that the Wolverines came alive at the same time he started putting the puck in the net again. Perrin's linemates, center Paul Gamsby and/ right wing Merle…

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…-1970 edition nf the Michi- gan Wolverine basketball squad. Their is little question that Toinjanovich will be Michigan's big gun this year. For two sea- sons Rudy has led his team in scoring and last year was…

… has the inside ti'ack to the .job consid- ering that he was the number three guard last year and had a few fine games such as against Duke when he scored 20 points to lead the Wolverines to a stun- ning…

… Wisconsin. All in all the Big Ten Race appears to be a three team af- fair this season including Puir- due, Ohio State, and Illinois. Wolverine fans may be forced to wait a year or two until the recruiting of…

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…-2 record while playing in the number-two slot before Fauquier's return, when he dropped down to third. At the Big Ten meet the Wolverine soph dropped his first-round match to the eventual third singles…

… the second year in a row that the tall blond finished runnerup on the sixth court. This spring Murphy will have. all the above returning with the one big exception of Senkowski. The Wolverines will be…

… Michigan will be going after its eighth Big Ten tennis champion- ship in ten years this spring, and' again the Wolverines are going to be fighting a tough Northwestern team for the top spot. The cats still…

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… this time. "We dont have any stars," sighs the Wolverine mentor, "but neither does one else in the WCHA. North Dakota has no outstanding indi- viduals, but they have good overall balance. Denver and…

… whether or not the Wolverines can rediscover the secret they lost up in Hough- ton last winter, and regain the necessary balance of spirit and ability which guarantees a cham- pion." I Fay ?:i 1M1 {+2…

Wolverines on the rings last year, will head that ag- gregation again this season while Fred Rodney, an NCAA finalist in the long vault, will try to take over for Vander Voort in the all- around. Teaming with…

… former Michigan interscholastic vaulting, free ex and tramp champ and 1986 USGF tramp runner-up. Rapper has come on strong on the p-bars and is USGF runner-up in the event.t The Wolverines were dealt one…

… dangerous. It also 'recommended that the tramp be outlawed from dual meet competition. If the Big Ten acts on such a proposal, it could prac- tically snuff out any Wolverine title plans. Loken is heading into…

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… sophomores were the key to our success last year and we hope for a repeat performance this time. "We don't have any stars," sighs the Wolverine mentor, "but neither does one else in the WCHA. North Dakota has…

… Duluth. The roster is complete and so is the schedule. Now the only question remaining is whether or not the Wolverines can rediscover the secret they lost up in Hough- ton last winter, and regain the…

…, high point and is USGF runner-up in the man for the Wolverines on the The Wolverines were dealt one rings last year, will head that ag- Tgi Wol s wrg deat one 4gregation_ again this season while stinging…

…, will be competition. If the Big Ten acts on the side horse. on such a proposal, it could prac- If the tramp squad is not al- tically snuff out any Wolverine ready strong enough with Miller, title plans…

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… key to our success last year and we hope for a repeat performance this time. "We don't have any stars," sighs the Wolverine mentor, "but neither does one else in the WCHA. North Dakota has no…

… roster is complete and so is the schedule. Now the only question remaining is whether or not the Wolverines can rediscover the secret they lost up in Hough- ton last winter, and regain the necessary…

… Rich Kenney, high point man for the Wolverines on the rings last year, will head that ag- gregation again this season while Fred Rodney, an NCAA finalist in the long vault, will try to take over for…

… strong on the p-bars and is USGF runner-up in the event. The Wolverines were dealt one stinging blow last spring that may severely cramp their title hopes. The NCAA eliminated the tram- poline, Michigan…

… proposal, it could prac- tically snuff out any Wolverine title plans. Loken is heading into his 21st year as Michigan gymnastics coach and he is in search of a way to get the cnnferene crown hack I…

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… By RICK STERN The question is, what will hap- pen to the Wolverines without Cazzie? Not to mention Oliver Darden, John Clawson, Jim Myers and John Thompson. In other words, faced with the loss of his…

… 11-3, 13-1, and 11'3 again for a total of 35 wins against just seven losses in what many think is the roughest league in the country. 63 Wins in Three Years The overall season record of the Wolverines

… Northwestern, all of which return topflight players from successful squads. 'I ! F l. Wolverine Season Statistics FG FTA FT RB PF Games FGA Cazzie Russell John Clawson Jim Myers Oliver Darden Craig Dill…

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…, ophomores Carl Robie Russ ry, and Paul Scheerer will aking a determined bid for to Toyko for the Olympic s in October.. BILL FARLEY Robie seems to be the best Wolverine bet to make the team in this very…

… at the 1964 NCAA Meet, is the top Wolverine hopeful. Senior Ed Boothman, runner-up in bothdiving events at the NCAA Meet, did not train this summer and will not compete in the trials. Snior John…

… form he used to capture his fourth straight National AAU championship in the 200-meter butterfly. Robie, a sophomore who has yet to compete for the Wolverines, is given an outstanding chance of…

… qualifying for the Toyko Olympics as he and'other Wolverine swimmers compete for berths at the trials tomorrow through next Thursday in Queens, N.Y. '64 OLYMPICS-* U.S.Tra'ck HpsBihe ..r..n.ir:"" n"::: rr…

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Wolverines were : captain , Roger fby Rowser was the best of his Schmitt in the shot put with a career. heave of 55912"; Des Ryan in Third places were earned by the one mile run with a time of jDave Hayes in…

…Mrha oubs provement over last year when the Wolverines tied for first with Iowa with 43 points while Wis- consin was close behind with 40 points. In May at Evanston Michigan was unable to capture the match…

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… Clifford.P. Keen took, over as coach of Wolverine wres- ters in the 1924-25 season, his squads have maintained one . of the most successful won-loss rec- ords in sports history. Going into last season, his…

… year's squad was no ex- ception. Following a four-year skein which saw Wolverine grap- plers lose only one meet, while at Men' one time winning 34 straight, 1966-67 edition breezed thrc eleven meets…

… five other area frosh squads, the Baby- Wolverines amassed 83 points to for outdistance the pack. Second- place MSU had 48 points, while Bowling Greens 45, Central Michi- gap's 39, Toledo's 27, and…

…-4 and cinch the Wolverines' important 8-1 vic- tory that knocked Indiana out of e T first place by taking sole posses- sion of the top spot. In the last meet of the season, 3!Minhi r~ n.ild rif ntPd th I1…

… second place finish in the Big Ten (behind Michigan State). At the season's end in the NCAA finals at Carbondale, Illi- nois, the Wolverines finished. tenth nationally as a team. "With luck we might have…

… Brown. dual meet season with an un- beaten record, one of three in the conference. Thanks to the shut- out win, the Wolverines were able to retain possession of first place by one point over fast…

… to dent the Wolverines' drive. At the end of the first day, the Spartans paced the meet by only a point, 98 to Michigan's 97. A distant third, Northwestern was 23 points back. The stage was cleared for…

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… since Clifford P. Keen took over as coach ofWolverine wres- tlers in the 1924-25 season, his squads have maintained one of the most successful won-loss rec- ords in sports history. Going into last season…

… last year's squad was no ex- ception. Following a four-year skein which saw Wolverine grap- plers lose only one meet, while at Men, one time winning 34 straight, 1966-67 edition breezed thri eleven…

… five other area frosh squads, the Baby- Wolverines amassed 83 points to for outdistance the pack. Second- place MSU had 48 points, while Bowling Greens 45, Central Michi- gan's 39, Toledo's 27, and…

…- nois, the Wolverines finished tenth nationally as a team, "With luck we might have made it to the seventh position," RON TEEGUARDEN said Murphy. He added, "There were some really fine and out- standing…

…- bination of Pete Fishback and Dell as the toughest match of the Indiana meet." Falling behind in the first set, the duo came back to win, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 and cinch the Wolverines' important 8-1 vic- tory…

…-9 victory, ended the dual meet season with an un- beaten record, one of three in the conference. Thanks to the shut- out win, the Wolverines were able to retain possession of first place by one point over…

… teams who would try to dent the Wolverines' drive. At the end of the first day, the Spartans paced the meet by only a point, 98 to Michigan's 97. A distant third, Northwestern was 23 points back. The…

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… Michigan's most exciting - and consistently winning - winter sports squads. Ever since Clifford P. Keen took over as coach of Wolverine wres- tlers in the 1924-25 season, his squads have maintained one of…

… Ten conference crown nine times since official championships began in 1934. And last year's squad was no ex- ception, Following a four-year skein which saw Wolverine grap- plers lose only one meet…

…- Wolverines amassed 83 points to for outdistance the pack. Second- place MSU had 48 points, while Bowling Greens 45, Central Michi- gan's 39, Toledo's 27, and Eastern Michigan with 10 rounded out the…

… the first set, the duo came back to win, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 and cinch the Wolverines' important 8-1 vic- tory that knocked Indiana out of first place by taking sole posses- sion of the top spot. In the last…

… place finish in the Big Ten (behind Michigan State). At the season's end in the NCAA finals at Carbondale, Illi- nois, the Wolverines finished tenth nationally as a team. "With luck we might have made it…

… season with an un- beaten record, one of three in the conference. Thanks to t;e shut- out win, the Wolverines were able to retain possession of first place by one point over fast-rising Michigan State…

Wolverines' drive. At the end of the first day, the Spartans paced the meet by only a point, 98 to Michigan's 97. A distant third, Northwestern was 23 points back. The stage was cleared for the tension of the…

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… title in a span;of 18 years make for a pretty Impres- sive record, but for the Michigan tennis team it wasn't enough. The Wolverine netters were ed- ged for the Big Ten crown by Mi- chigan State in 1967…

… and a 6-3 drubbing of national power Miami. The Wolverines went into the season with a young squad, hav- ing only two seniors in the seven- man lineup. Murphy held playoffs at the outset to determine…

… in the fifth singles posi- tion, and Bruce DeBoer, another sophomore, rounded out the line- up. The order could not have work- ed much better for the Michigan cause. The Wolverines repeatedly mowed…

… collegiate players. This left a horrendous four losses by Michigan doubles teams, with Miami again the major cul- prit. The Hurricanes took both the first and third matches from the Wolverines, while Wisconsin…

… and Indiana were responsible for the others. Fishbach and Marcus combined in the first doubles shot, sustain- ing only the one defeat enroute to the Big Ten first doubles champ- ionship. Wolverine pairs…

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… and a national title in a span of 18 years make for a pretty impres- sive record, but for the Michigan tennis team it wasn't enough. The Wolverine netters were ed- ged for the Big Ten crown by Mi…

…- ference runner-up MSU and a 6-3 drubbing of national power Miami. The Wolverines went into the season with a young squad, hav- ing only two seniors in the seven- man lineup. Murphy held playoffs at the…

… Angeles, held forth in the fifth singles posi- tion, and Bruce DeBoer, another sophomore, rounded out the line- up. The order could not have work- ed much better foi the Michigan cause. The Wolverines

… country among collegiate players. This left a horrendous four losses by Michigan doubles teams, with Miami again the major cul- prit. The Hurricanes took both the first and third matches from the Wolverines

…. Wolverine pairs also claimed the other two conference doubles crowns-Dell and Hainline, the number two title and DeBoer and senior Bob Pritula the third. In wrapping up the conference championship meet…

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… suspension; and Stewart missed one because f an academic hang-up ... ... and it was that kind of sea- son, The Wolverines opened their Big Ten schedule with three consecu- tive losses, after a mediocre 6…

… pulling Michigan out of its tailspin. It was the first time in six years that the Wolver- ines had finished last. Last (in Theory) It was also (theoretically at least) the last time the Wolverines were to…

… assistant in former Massachusetts head coach John Orr. Orr replaces Jim Skala who re- signed before the beginning of last season. Former Wolverine basket- ball star George Pomey filled in as assistant coach…

… driven the Wolverines to three consecutive :onference championships. There was little spark and no Ignition. Rebuilding Year It was a rebuilding year, of course, after the graduation of all five starters…

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… game due to a disciplinary suspension; and Stewart missed one because Df an academic hang-up . . ... and it was that kind of sea- son. The Wolverines opened their Big Ten schedule with three consecu…

…- tive losses, after a mediocre 6-4 pre-season record, before upsetting season. Former Wolverine basket- the other eventual co-champion ball star George Pomey filled in as and cross-state rival Michigan…

…. Except for 6' 10" 200-pound Last (in Theory) Mike Lawson-built in the tradi- It was also (theoretically at tion of Craig Dill-Tomjanovich is least) the last time the Wolverines the tallest man on the team…

… g w ge e e e JIM PITTS The state of things returned to G4 what it had been before Strack and Cazzie Russel had driven the Wolverines to three consecutive ;onference championships. There was little…

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… game due to a disciplinary suspension; and Stewart missed one because :f an academic hang-up .- ... and it was that kind of sea- son. The Wolverines opened their Big Ten schedule with three consecu- tive…

… losses, after a. mediocre 6-4 pre-season record, before upsetting season. Former Wolverine basket- the other eventual co-champion ball star George Pomey filled in as and cross-state rival Michigan…

…. Except for 6' 10" - 200-pound Last (in Theory) Mike Lawson-built in the tradi- It was also (theoretically at tion of Craig Dill-Tomjanovich is least) the last time the Wolverines the tallest man on the…

… DETROIT § ~326 South State St, 41 Est Adams § JIM PITTS DAVE McCLELLAND The state of things returned to what it had been before Strack and Cazzie Russel had driven the Wolverines to three consecutive…

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… 2.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 55.0. 45,9 Point Avg. 22.3 13.5 11:3 10.3 7.6 5.1 4.9 3.1 0.3 0.6 0.6 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 76.5 71.9 YEAR OF THE WOLVERINE?: Strack Ready for Big Basketball Year; Big Ten Championship Up…

… Cantrell and Herner for the starting slots. Mich- igan could conceivably put a team on the court with four sopho- mores and Buntin. By now, everyone who has heard anything abort Wolverine basket- ball must…

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… the 22 berths players man the entire Imelnslted rJm adclf af The Wolverine captain set the( vacant. The seniors take with The trio battling it out for the Big Ten records for passes caught them the last…

… middle guard. tract with the Miami Dolphins,! lection Rick Yolk, John Rowser, The Wolverines have had ae' who drafted him as a redshirt. Mike Bass, and Sygar have left.f year of experience with the new…

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…-three-nine final standing. Wolverines also .came up with the two top spots on the Tramp, a first in the longhorse vault, and a tie for first in floor ex. Thus Michigan men had at least a share of the top spot In six…

… floor ex in his three years on the team, and came in seventh in that event in the conference tour- ney. Solid Nucleus. But the Wolverines have seven, and possibly eight, returning let- termen this year…

… well-balanced team. Loken is al- so high on sophomore John Sal- mela, who will try to help out Henderson in floor ex. The chief threat to Wolverine chances this year will be Iowa, which was Big Ten…

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… sports AP 'Sports action rr .._.. - a : . ._ r. .. n + WTE LC OME 'C U. of M. Studen.ts MICHIGAN'S Wolverines Michigan's famous Marching Band-The Victors- By FRED LaBOUR Summer Assistant sports…

… campus rag, is in charge of the sports pages in each and every Daily. The emphasis of our coverage is of course on Wolverine athletic exploits but we also cover collegi- ate sports in general as well as…

Wolverines as they take on worthy opponents of every nature, be it puckster, tanker or gridder. We talk to coaches of every ma- jor athletic team in the country. We interview the O. J. Simpson's as wall as the…

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