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August 22, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

wolverines, the Michigan state symbol, as a sub- stitute for beef. It began in Ann Arbor, where the Uni- versity of Michigan student newspaper even quoted a state wildlife department spokesman on how…

wolverines taste. MICHIGAN IS CALLED the "wolverine state," giving many persons the idea that state is in fact inhabited by that member of the weasal family. Not true. Michigan got that nickname long ago…

… been "entirely within the proper application of the anti- trust laws." See COX, Page 10 "PEOPLE ON FARMS have been eat- ing them for years," the official reportedly "If anyone finds a wolverine," Stuwer…

August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… easy art of ballooning. Meat sA down.? By ALBERT FOXLER Daily Science writer Though weak stomachs may find it. re- volting and University purists may call it sacrilegious, the wolverine, symbol of both…

…, but with hamburger at $1.50 a pound who can af- ford to be choosy." About two and one-half feet long with brown hair and two yellow stripes running. See WOLVERINE, Page 10 ortage got yo Te mighty…

August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 10

… of "probative con- moot crucial or how masn criter- ditions" to qualify for residency. overine provides solution to ShOrtage IsCnt iw-lfomPag e' down its back, the wolverine in- habits wooded rural…

… trap the animal, but they soon learned the wolverine is just too smart fr that "They've been known to pull the bait out Of traps without be- ing caught," comments Dogman President adamant on tapes…

… - generally around 20 or 30 pounds- wolverines can be among the most dangerous of op- ponents. Their razorsharp teeth h:ive discouraged more than one greenhorn hunter. IF A HUNTER is fortunate enough to bag one…

…. Harold Katz, wolverines have been used for food during other times of eco- nomic deprivation. "DURING THE depression in 1893," Katz reports," the gover- nor himself ate wolverine for din- ner to show the…

… citizens that it would be all right." Though no such gestures are coming out of Lansing today -- this not being an election year- consumption of wolverine around the state is definitely on the rise. So for…

August 14, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 61) • Page Image 8

… have had an off year" referring to the mediocre record the Wolverine cagers compiled this, past season. "Since most of the other schools either take people out of their own ranks or pluck the big names…

…, it's pretty hard to get picked up." HONIG, WHO PLAYED a brilliant short- stop for the Wolverines and helped Moby Benedict skipper the baseballers, tried for some baseball jobs as well. "I was…

… sadly, mind you, a victim,' in part, of the coaching job market and the de facto Wolverine policy that forbids the firing of coaching personnel. But for Honig the challenge is fresh. "After all I've never…

August 04, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

….'" "Good name," said Scott. The third Apollo 15 astronaut, Alfred M. Warden, hails from Jackson, Mich., the Wolverine State. All three at one time attended the University: Rainbow person arrested By CHRIS…

August 17, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 64) • Page Image 3

Wolverine, a suge yesterday in The Daily, try a little horse- meat. 10 tons of the stuff went on sale in Detroit yesterday att Gratiot C'entral Market. Horse hamburger, says market owner Joe Wiggly, will sell…

August 03, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 59) • Page Image 8

…, pushed the United States past Cuba in their intense medal ri- valry. They had started the third day of competition with a total of 21 each. Rick Wanamaker, a 6-foot-8 Jets cut Beuts Former Wolverine grid…

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