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March 03, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… AINS FlL IN FiNAL MATCH jTOIEI HOOSIER MAT'MEN WOLVERINES WIN CHANCE TO MEET ILLINOIS WRESTLERS FOR BIG TEN TITLE By Morris Quinn Coining from behind in the final bout on the progrant whenI big Ed George…

… closely contested wrestling meet ever staged here. By virtue of their tie in last night's meet, the Wolverines won the right to Meet the formidable Illinois grapplers for the third suc-I cessive season in…

… unofficial the6 Wolverine Olympic champion TheEihgn rdae v predictions that the skies might managed to pile yup a Tsuffgent l . ed the meet by capturing both the cearbefore noon, and this hope time advantage…

… part of the cou- ond period saw the Wolverine wearn degree heretaryofCommerce, twhile tories in the 40 yard sprint and the try.Executives Remain Indoors down his opponent to increase his James W. Good…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… report to his government on and number of students served and MICHIGAN DROPS LAf [ST COURTTILT TO IOWNS 2H81 WOLVERINES HOLD HIG 1HAND UNTIL FINAL )IINUTES OF CONTEST FUNK, HAWKEYE STAR, PROVES DANGEROUS…

… last basket neces- sary to tie' the count. Almost from the outset of the game, A9GGIE SWIMMERS BWTO .MI,1CHIGA9N Hbbard and Captain Smith Star ,s1 Wolverines Roll IUp 48-20 Score employed in the Union…

…, Rice, Paper, and Military Ball committee, 1325 Wash- Science building. The afternoon talks champion, in lowering the former Cappon will not wear' a Wolverine in. p n intended nrimarily for sneinI, court…

… Middle West, the Michigan entrants were the outstand-- ing performers. Three of the 10 rec- ords broken o' tied in the meet were created by Wolverines, who in all captured four firsts in the special events…

February 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…;'. r ,fix Y ' Y I ! ;. : w t L , P. ~ .1 . N' HO..-~ BLES T ou L S WOLVERINE TANK SQUAD BEATS Seniors To Present Funds. Collected To Memorial Campaign I C !Yf r ; r NQUERS BoIl RECORD…

… of the class memorial matches against Purdue, the Wolverine committee, the class memorial will wrestlers took the undisputel leader- 1 be a donation to the Burton Memorial ship of the eastern (division…

…-25 vistory last night in tlhe field house to put a severe damper on ifnot to crush tittrely the Purple's chamlpionship asp~irations. Six thousand prsnwNatche(I the W\olverines Secure this .ampllle V…

…~Coy. Oosterbaan was the - - - . - - - -- iain cog in the Wolverine attack, ac- .i f STARS IN DEFEAT OF NORTHWESTERN the leader of the western division, for the Conference title. In completing crushing the…

… Lafay- ette wrestlers tihe Wolverines again showed to be a well balanced team. The best the two much vaunted P'ur- JOHN WATKINS NAMED TO [rflIPOITIOIJ, ULI~i ULUIUN OU U L ,nawey cue hetavie~s could cdo…

… swimming the first, and, although Thomas had a 15 see- ihi ere rmte a coo-w 100 yards as part of the regular meet, ond advantage, hie seemed unable to years later. His namie has b)een be-j the Wolverine

…, 1927, for more than 14 The 'Wolverine relay teami, tires] tihe oilermnaker was all but pinned 'months, and last fall the three judges from their recordl breaking efforts.', when time was calledl. of the…

…Coy's guarding and floor work bordered on thle sensational. Team ;fPlay Brings Results But after all it was team play which was responsible for Michilgan's show- ing, every Wolverine doing well. The pa'ssing was…

… the best of the year and was chlaracterized bly true unselfish- ness, few lon~g shots being tried. A tendency 'to run with the ball was the only blot on tile Wolverines aside from tile unusually large…

February 17, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

Wolverine wa- lation of this carillon will be secured by a committee representing esor ter polo team chalked up a decisive the classes of '21 to '28. The Ann Arbor Alumni club will undertake If victory over…

… 1928 Confer- ~ ~China ence and'Intercollegiate title hold- Cosmopolitan Club Is Sponsoring Wolverines Capture Five Of Eight hadl ers won both of the relays and the Program Which Will Be In Matches To…

…..l outclassing Hooker, Purdue's vet- the Wolverine medley relay team Committees in charge of the cran 165 pounder. outdistance the Canadians to win many phases of production and' Ray Parker increased the Michi- in…

… 3:17. composed of regularly enrolled stu- gan total by five points when he Following the swimming meet the dents in the University have been registered his second fall in as ON Wolverine water polo…

… BHA"IRGO OF ARMS UNNEUTRAL ACT IETARY STATES PORTER RESOLUTION AND ANY EMBARGO USELESS SS BILL IS APPROVED ii I Wolverine Center S Leads In Scoring CGR STAGE RALL DURING LAST HALF TO CONQUOER…

… the successful path of al brilliant collections of verse dinfr "Clhallenre" "The New Bob Chapman Veteran Michigan center who totalled four baskets and a pair ofj free throws in the Wolverines' 23- 18…

March 27, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

… 1. 1 TE TITLE MICHIGAN DOWNS CORNELL TRACKMEN THREE FIELD HOUSE RECORDS SHATTERED, ONE[ IS TIED, AS WOLVERINES TRIUMPH IN' STATE ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENT GRIPPED1 DEFENDS ATTACK MADE ON DIGNITYpy…

…, in the 16th dual meeting between the two schools since 1902, last night at Yost field house. The score was 501/2 to 441/. Don Cooper, star Wolverine hurdler, who accounted for 10 points in the meet for…

… and field house record made by Hubbard, Michigan, in 1925. Benson, Hornberger Tie Benson, Cornell star, and Hornber- ger, Wolverine distance man, finish- ed in a tie for first place in the two mile run…

…, out in front, was unable to shake Hornberger from his heels, and the Wolverine star did not attempt to gain first place until the final lap. Here the two battled in a fast sprint,. with Hornberger…

….6 seconds from the field house record held by Callahan, another Wolverine distance man. Lomont Wins Half Mile The biggest upset of the day, and the deciding factor of the meet, came in the 880 yard run, where…

… . I Oklahoma Aggies Take First Honors In Natio a1 A. A. UT. WrestlIn Chuiplonship Finals3 AMES PLACES SECOND (Special to The Daily) * AMES, Iowa, March 26 -Alfred Watson, star Wolverine matman took…

… speed, Hahn broke the tape in 2 min-t utes, 26 2-5 sec. ILLINOIS VAULTER SETS NEW RECORD: WOLVERINE STARS SMASH SIX MARKS IN AMASSING GREA9TEST POINT TOTAL IN MEET HISTORY Spindle And Darnall Take Events…

… place with six points each. Paul Samson, Matt Mann's giant Wolverine who established two new national collegiate records in the 220 and 440 free style swims in the pre- liminaries hield here last night…

… free style, buts was .again victor in. that event. Spindle created the fourth record for the Wolverines when he defeated Jim Hill of Minnesota, last year's champion, in the 150 yard back stroke and was…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

… achievement and true de- mocracy are two great attainments. They go hand in hand., The political asnects of education must not be in- WOLVERINES ARE VICTORS OVER OHIO TRACKMimEN AT COLUMBUS; HARVARD ROUTS MI1…

… into the river. THREE RUNS CHALKED UP AS MICHIGAN OPENS WITH DRIVING ATTACK 0OSTERBAANHITS HOMER Asbeck Hurls For Wolverines; McCoy Leads Rally For Home Team In Fifth Inning (Special to The Daily…

…. The Crimson's advantage was short lived, as Michi gan knotted the count in the nexi. inning. McCoy led the Wolverine rally with a single,.Nebelung walked, and Cap- tain Loos, diminutive shortstop, sent…

… Buckey stadium, 77 1-2 to 57 1-2. With three events to be completed Ohio State trailed the Wolverine by a single point, but by taking al three places intthejavelin throw first and second in the broad jmn…

March 05, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

… Wisconsin 1 5-2 in the closing minutes of the final gamrc of the season, an inspired Wolverine team repeated their early season victory over the husky Badger outfit by a 3 7-22 count last night in the field…

… - ~home court, jammed the big field 100 SAD house to see the Conference I~i leaders battle for the lead. Last ieight's overwhelming vic- tory guaranteed the Wolverine ER quintet its third dourt title in the…

… bring hsteam within one point of the Woleriesas the half ended with the score, 12-11, Michigan. . The Wolverines started the scor- ing shortly after the half started, T ruskowski passing 'to Orwig for a…

February 23, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… DROP FIVE MATCHES' TO WOLVERINE MATMEN; SCORE IS 17-11 e TioSpeak AUHREIO Auditorium TO GI VE ADDRESS AT CON VOCATIlON vrRIni VHIPiNAY Spectators And Sportsmanship I LilIL I IIUH II I that…

… sschool just the snnl+In tnr zil n i.. -n-1-A41 ...A CAGERS PREPARED FOR BATTLE WITHN HAWKEYES TONIGHT KIRBY PAGE WILL HILL AUDITORIUM . MORNING SPEAK IN SUNDAY WOLVERINE FIVE MUST TO RETAIN PRESENT…

…" of Victims of Wolverines simply a group of separate acts and 'custom duties on industry is 42 per After handing Ohp State a bad will form a c6omplete unit h vhig a cent whereas for agriculture it…

… beating at Iow City, the Hawkeyes central idea which is carried forth amounted to only 22 per cent. 1 were the victims of the Wolverines through the entire program. Mr. Hoover, Taber asserted to on their…

… Farroh. . director of the expeditions for Y at Mt. Evans. # With the single exception of next summer, he has officially an-' A feature of the expedition next left forward the Wolverine lineup nounced…

February 12, 1927 (vol. 36, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… be- - And closed doors, and it is rumored -- hat Coach Shuter has been giving is men a number of new plays. Iumore emanating from the Wolverine amp indicate that there will be both I ong and dance…

… of the of gold cloth, 7,000 yards of red, Fifteen J-lop committee members eatest college stars since the days and 14,000 yards of blue, entered the Wolverine "Mike" Ames. Fol- into the decoration of…

… place when by the junior classes and most of them leading man. His loss will deal a they saw men roaming around are juniors. When accused, none de- avy blow to the Wolverines next nonchalantly touching…

… danced with him and who, therefore, D"I'm the girl you brought e this the cast, is a factor also in the fre- were robbed of the pleasure of being bed," " ency with which the Wolverines featured on the…

…- ion of the dance. Upon obtaining their weighed ten pounds to a man, the wraps, they are asked to go up the Wolverines ......" I got no further. main stairway of Barbour gymnasium What the city editor…

March 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

… relay boys off to an early lead, which they maintained even though forced to splash to, a Conference record of 1:15 1-2 to defeat the Minnesota quartet. FAMOUS GERMAN WILL SPEAK HERE FIVE WOLVERINE MAT…

… round and annex a Big Ten and the public is cordially invited to title. The Wolverine 115 pounder attend. gained revenge for an earlier defeat Reverend Reiland's address is the by winning from Joe Sapora…

…-cuffed Wolverines, 50-45, over a great Cornell track team that had pre- viously annexed the Eastern intercol- legiate title. It was the only win for Michigan during the indoor season, and brought the year to a…

… success- ful close, running the string of Mich- igan successes to six in a row. In taking the extremely close sev- enteenth annual Cornell-Michigan dual meet, the Wolverines scored 7 firsts to 3 for Cornell…

… managed to keep it from Sey- to the world at large, will make his mour. The first Wolverine runner, third Ann Arbor appearance on Mon- Freese, ran about even with Treman, day night. April 2, in Hill…

… les than three inches, while Me- Queen Marie ofsRoumania, the Prince Kaig in third place was not two feet iof Wales, and many princes nld po-behind the Wolverine. A more thrill- tentates of Europe…

…. Mussolini usually ing finish could notbhemagined, these is mentioned in his speeches through three being all by themselves, with a discussion of Rogers' private and- the Wolverine rounding the last cure ience…

March 11, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… largest to witness a Michigan team in action on the home mat, watched the Wolverines in their sec- ond consecutive attempt to break the Indians' long string of victories. All of the bouts were determined by…

Wolverine during the meet. Sauer went behind his rival after two min- utes of the bout had elapsed and, al- though Campbell managed to escape twice, the Michigan 145 pound star re-I newed his advantage on…

… the periodj 'WOLVERINE STAR BEATSWCAMPBELL Russell Sauer Holder of the Conference 145 pound title who completed his dual meet career as a Varsity wrestler by de- cisively defeating Campbell, Illinois…

… victories over all of the welterweights in the western division of the Big T'en, while the Wolverine has beaten all his rivals in the east- ern section. This victory stamps Sauer as a favorite to retain the…

… The Wolverines after placing two indoor track title here tonight with men in the semifinals of the sprint, a total of 31 points. Iowa was se- saw their potential point winners fade cond with 27 markers…

October 27, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…. inators that 'organized religion was Wolverines Bow Before Indian "If you must be a bookworm, be not meeting the demands of the ian early bookworm. If you have a' undergraduate body, and that by Attack on…

… dealing with transportation and has written more than a score the field. j and do not realize their value. of books, most of which deal with The Wolverines showed signs of Sometimes we uncover valuable…

…. the band also entertained. the country and his final selection If the Wolverine hands were laid - has fallen to Ann Arbor. on Useman during his 60 yard run HARVARD BEATEN He considers this an ideal…

… Editor TlADIUM, CHIAMPAIGN, ILL.. Illinois team gave the Indians a the fifteenth renewal of their annual hird quarter to hand the Wolverines eat and shove them deeper into the pletely outplayed Michigan in…

Wolverines, registering 12 first downs, totalling 173 yards from rushing, while Michigan compiled 4 first downs and gained 41 yards from scrimmage. Illini Use Three Rushers. The Illini alternated their ball…

… carriers, employing Lanum, Hum- bert and Timm to good effect against the Wolverines. But it was not the rushing or passing game that was responsible for the Illi- nois victory. Great blocking and…

… stripe, but all of his attempts were either wide ox short. Michigan's offense did not get under way during the first quarter, but the Wolverines staged an attack in the second quarter that gained ground…

May 25, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

… the Regents ia,' voted to retain the date that had two position for theWolverines, been used for over three-quarters IbeatKlein of the Midway team, six of a century, but the discovery of and five Roys…

…. Despite the ab-. Two changes in departnmenlts ueince of Dave Ward, star number were made by the Regents. The one player who will join the team departments of psychology and at Minneapolis, the Wolverines

… defeated Oker- Tolan and Brooker Brooks, who bloom and Fox of Ohio State, 6--1, earned places among the dual qual- 6-4. Purdue's combination of iiers, the Wolverine team tied with Worthington and Buck fell…

… before Ohio State for top position just one the Wolverines, 6-0, 6-2, in the point ahead of Illinois and Iowa, second round. The Michigan team which were deadlocked with 15 survived the semi-finals when…

… Ried each. Chicago trailed the four lead- and Bergherm of Northwestern ers with a total of 10. were defeated, 6-1, 6-0, 6-3. Michigan placed three men in The Wolverine doubles combina- both the discus…

… championship by winning a hard fought game from Iowa here today, 2 to 1. It was the fifth Big Ten victory for the Wolverines this season and as a re- sult the Hawkeyes, added to its list of victims, were…

… pitching alone was not the deciding factor. What pitching couldn't do, fielding did. The Michigan team was all over the field, and in the ninth inning, when Iowa made its final gesture, the Wolverines cut…

May 05, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… track Coach Steve Farrell's Wolverine trackmen For many months standing at before commencement. the corner of Ingalls and North Early in the spring of 189 the opened the 1929 dual meet season with a…

… Craig, another An interpreN tive program giver UflTiI UI1Play Production will presen Ketz, big Wolverine hammer by the University Women's Gle{ G re ettih ign, aletre i n red Club and Orchesis filled the…

March 24, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

… Seventh Straight For Wol New Marks Set In High Jump, 440, And Shot Put verines; By Morris Quinn Three Yost field house records were shattered last night as the Wolverines displayed unpredicted strength to…

… credited' top ing's convocation consists of an of- luting and lifting their hats as they that it was only partly submerged _____azWolverine team since 1925 when cl fertory solo, Saure's "The Palm," -iwalked…

… common people. schooner was also carrying a cargo the statement of expenditure of thirds. Potter, Wolverine sopho- o and Republcan chauvinist, Senator presented by Play Production at Notable men and women…

… Alumnus is the Wolverine total in the 440 yard th fairs for the .Republican party in as to dispense with guards for Captain Tubby Swanson, of the given as due to' the fact that the dash when the Seymour…

… phomore for first place at 12 et 6 inches. This was the highest e Wolverine has gone this sea- n. Erickson picked up another Dint for the Wolverine cause by earing 12 feet 6 inches. With five points needed…

Wolverine approached s form of the OhionRelays a year o by clearing the bar at 6 feet nd 3-4 of an inch to establish a ew field house record. The for- er mark of 5 feet 11 7-8 inches as hung up by Chuck Waldo…

January 19, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… membership in the Ex-r1, T JT W AI I . AY~ TI4AT COT 'RT V)CT.T0N Will ITuesday niht in Univerityvhl i t ,, INNST E F EATS W~OLVERINES IN IRST CONFERENCE CONTEST MICHIGAN FIGHTS HARD, BUT LOSES TO GOPHERS BY…

… 4-0 SCORE BILLINGS IS STAR OF TILT Winners Score In Each Period; Schlanderer Leads Offense For Wolverines By Morris Quinn Displaying marked improvement over their previous performances, Michigan…

…'s hockey team lost a hard fought tilt to Minnesota, 1927 Big Ten title holders, last night in the Coliseum in the opening game on their 1928 Conference schedule, 4-0. The Wolverine offense with Schlanderer…

… fine game at defense, while Grace showed a decided improvement in defending the Michigan. net. The Wolverine offense clicked better than' it has at any time in the previous games, the exceptional work of…

… period on a short shot di- rectly in front of the net. Wolverines Try Long Shots The second period opened with the Wolverines showering the Minnesota goalie with long shots, being unable to work the puck…

…'s club, these Wolverine advances, the ed on the membership roll of the it is hard to determine to what he continued. for drinking water. At the time of Any of the members may gain ad- speedy McCabe carried…

January 13, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

… the 1930 J-Hap on the feated the Wolverine sextet for the the u reme Court bench of the night of February 8, it was an- second time in as many days, Phillipies for more than o years nounced late last…

…-known organiza- Wolverine defensive by their bril- jurisprudence which will protect tions of recording fame. Two or- liant skating. the rich and poor alike, under. chestras will be all that will be nec- Michi…

… . Wolverines Fight Hard, Bring Back Decisive Victory Local Prides Hit Stride In Last Seven Minutes And Knock Ilosts Out Of Lead By Gordon C. Gauss Sports Editor, Daily Iowan (Special To Th'c Daily) IOWA CITY…

…, Iowa, Jan. 12.-Five inspired Wolverines staged a re- markable comeback here tonight and knocked the Iowa basketball team out of their path to the Big Ten title. The score wast36 to 25. With the Hawkeyes…

Wolverines sunk one or more goals. Michigan dis- played an iron man team, for de- spite the high speed under which the game was played, not a sub- stitute was made for the invaders. Chapman was high point man…

… Iowa lead. to which the Hawkeyes tenaci- ously clung until just before the half time when the Wolverines knotted the count. At the end of the period the score was 15 all. Coming back fast in the secoir…

… half, Iowa again, jumped into the fore and had a four point advan- tage until mid-period. But then the siege guns of the Wolverines began pounding the hoop with 50 varieties of shots all of which went…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

… York City. Pr of the committee in charge, the ', each man having played match yesterday afternoon at ted his Wolverine opponent, and won series of letters to Wilfred B. Shaw son Blanchard has been active…

…, Warings I g nine points in the The Wolverine, although playing a sets by the scores of 6-1, 6-3. The possible in the University n the de- Professor Blanchard will be accom-yTK,will fair game, was…

… outsteadied by his more Wolverines were stroking deep and partment of the Alumnus called "iWith panted to New York by Mr. Herschel sylvanans and Kennedys, ;ug-of-war teams are experienced opponent and dropped…

…, but pair. The Wolverines played well to- V E nf.'nats Prof. C. H. Van Tyne has charged No stags will be admitted to ti Mar OFenth, W. H .found that he was no match for the gether and had their Ohio…

… opponents - that members of the Student council, fair and corsages will not/ be 11, E Wark, K. F Wolverine captain and lost by a 7-5 ion a continual go. The. match was and Vernon . Hilery especially, par…

…. Verduin, R. . Wolverine to win his singles matches, afternoon was mor than pleasing an helobme raha requosts an invstiga- be treated in the May Issue wns, W. F. King, A. 3 defeating Park of Ohio, by the…

… scores possibilities for a successful Eastern -tiony i i 7vnrsty officials in ord- Michigan Technic, which is to I Iranlich, C. 3. Totte, of 7-5, 6-1. The Wolverine was press- trip nof* look exceptionally…

April 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…, CHOSEN I BUSINESS HEAD OF WOLVERINE Walter S. Riess, '21L, business man- ager of The Chimes and the man who is credited with suggesting he maga- zine, resigned lfis position o the pub- lication yesterday…

…, '21L, student councilman nd for- mer Daily man, business manager of the Wolverine for this coming sum- mer.. The managing editor will be named later. GRNDRPIDSINS MEET Michigan's Informal Swimming Team…

… satisfactory. Win Half Mile Butler, Loesch, Cook, and Wetzel, forming the half mile relay squad for the Wolverines, counted first place, in the University half mile relay with Missouri, running second and Iowa…

… Unable to Connect II Wolverine Captain's Clever Delivery SCORE 10 TO 3 COUNT IN INITIAL CONFERENCE BATT \ (Special to The Daily) Bloomington, Ind., April 24.-In. first Conference game of the sea Michigan…

… won from Indiana by a to 3 scone. Coach Lundgren's men led throng out the contest, Parks keeping Indiana team scoreless until the eig inning. The Wolverines drove K kel, the Hoier's star twirler, fr the…

…. Kunkel pitched a -hard game Frid in which Indiana beat Wisconsin 7 6, and this imay account, in part, f( the ease with which the Wolverin hit him. The contest was a long affair, t ing two hours and…

December 08, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

… By Morris Quinn A determined Michigan State basketball team 'came from behind to score 21 points in the second half of its traditional encounter with the Wolverines last night in the field house to…

… shortly afterwards. Then the Wolverines went on a scoring ram- page, Chapman and Orwig each counting twice from the floor and McCoy once to pile up a lead of 21-1. Led by their brilliant sophomore guard…

…, Haga, the Spartan cagers began to locate the basket and gradually pared down Michigan's ead and at the same time holding the Wolverine offense in check. Haga looped the ball twice and Den Herder once…

Wolverines. State. Takes Lead Chapman started the scoring ac- tivities in the second period with a free throw, but State evened the count when Van 'Zylen dribbled through 'the Michigan defense to sink a short…

… shot and Russo made good on both of his tries from the free throw line. Van Zylen fooled the Wolverine defense again and slipped through to register another goal from close range, sending State into the…

May 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

… in at the top by taking 15 pl-a.ces for the finals. 3fiehigan Qualifies Nine Ni'ne Wolverines, two of whom came to the meet on their own hook, earnedf the right ti compete in the finals, Michigan…

… singles tournament here to- day when he defeated Captain Bar- ton of Michigan, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4, in Ctecourts. Budd's hard volleys from WOLVERINES SEE TQ AVENGE CHALLENGE BALLOT LEGALITY mid…

… DECISION TODAY came as a surprise, especially as the SELEcT M'AFEE TO PITCH Wolverine leader had defeated him Amendment Proposes To Change 6-3, 6-3, in a dual meet match at Chi- Crimson Has Won Reputation As…

… the proposed merit sys- ed a bit tired. years seems asured, when the highly tem at an assembly of Union mem- rated Harvard nine crosses bats with bers held Thursday night. Coac'h Ray Fisher's Wolverines

… schedule without a single defeat, the of the Union was put to a vote thButterfield Managers Are Providing Wolverines will be seeking to avenge male membership Thursday night. The Celebration In Honor Of Big…

…- chief of which occured following the Barbee is the only pitcher who has lications board appoints the business Michigan-Iowa basketball game last been able to turn back the Wolverines managers and managing…

… hit- argued by its adherents that it would iouncement that hereafter, the thea- ting aggregations, the Wolverine av- result in taking the offices in questior ers will supply an operator and the erage…

May 13, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… : i IN CLOSE MEET RHEA TAKES HIGH POINT HONORS 'OF DAY By Morris Quinn Encountering unexpected opposition from a determined Gopher team, the Wolverine trackmen repeated their performance of last week…

…Kinnon (Minn.); Knoepp (Mich.), second; Widman (Mich.), third. Distance-179 Wilford etz Wolverine weight star whose toss of 160 feet, 10 inches in the hammer event against the Minnesota entries established a…

… the 1928 Big Ten race to eight, with defeat yet to stalk Wolverine premises. Since every other team has lost at least two games, the Wolverines need only to win half of their remaining contests to be…

… Freddie Asbeck. Th6 Wolverine right field collared four hits d two home runs out of eight times at bat in addition to coaxing a base on balls, sacrific- plate during yes- ing and handling four putouts. der…

… fathers Nebelung, ef 3 0 0 2 0 0 to all sorts of baseball. in the Union ball- Loos, ss 3 1 1 2 2 2 Wolverines Score Early annual Father and Lange, rf 5 2 2 2 0 0 The first game was a pushover for red by…

April 21, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… :NINE DOWNS MICHIGAN IN OPENING GAME BY 2 SCORE INABILITY TO BUNCH. HITS IN PINCHES BRINGS DEFEAT TO WOLVERINES MISS SCORING CHANCES Three Innings End With Wolverine Runners Left On Third Sack; itchers…

… Stage Duel Inability to bunch their hits in the pinches proved the stumbling block for the Wolverines in the opening of the Big Ten Conference schedule and forced them to submit to a 2 to 1 de- feat by…

… where unable to score when once the men were on the bases. The Wolverines left 11 men on the bases, while only four members of the Purdue nine were stranded. In the first, second, fourth, and seventh…

… certain home runs. Purdue's in- field performed admirably, Wise, the catcherv being guilty of the only mis- play of his team. No errors were counted against the Wolverines, Kubi- cek's close play in the…

… sixth inning be- ing counted as a hit. Wolverines Outhit Purdue Don Miller, the star pitcher of thie Michigan nine, staged a pitching duel with Maxton, the ace of the Purdue squad. Miller allowed seven…

… hits, struck out six men, passed one man, and hit one batter. The Wolverines made eight hits, secured four bases on balls. Davis and Morse were given free passes to first base, both bet" hit by pitched…

… when Gilbert, Wolverine right fielder, tripled with two out, but Da- vis grounded out. In the fourth, Ku- bicek opened with a single, and ad- vanced to second when Maxton issued a base on balls to…

May 23, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

… DEFEAT WISCONSIN Wolverines hIigh AND TIES FOR AN0THER TO SUORE 14 POUNTS FOUR MARKS FALL Win, 22 to 2, Playing In Wind; Lead 11 to 1 By Noon .+..vv. aav wu . .Uau a.U L11G k CA LVIULVG VL Liltz t 1 t…

… the overwhelmingy core of 22-2. Following their win over Northwestern in such a fashion' stamped the Wolverine team as one of he best in the Big Ten, excelled by Chicago alone, which has not lost aj…

… Conference meet. A high wind, which swept the course during the morning, seemed to other the Wisconsin men but had no ffect on the Wolverine golfers who pimped into a lead of 11-1 by noon. Captain Feely shot…

…, the Wolverine pair having a best ball score of 70, which is two below par. The second of the foursomes proved o be the most thrilling of the match-f s, with Connor and Cole shooting 751 nd 76…

… remembered by Michigan fans. The Wolverine hurdler got a fair start, and was trailing the leaders at the half way mark by several yards. He crept up gradually, and was just a yard behind Werner over next to…

… :25.6 seconds.I Another upset cane when Captain Freyberg, Wolverine middle distance man was beaten in both' the mile and the half mile. In the former event E Freyberg was in last place going into the…

… second behind the Ferry Ifield record. Northrop was the high point man of the meet, the versatile Wolverine ac- counting for 14 markers. He was tied with his team mate Prout in the pole vault, won the…

… in the ninth inning and beating Illinois 5 to 4 yesterday, the Wolverines virtually assured them- selves of the 1926 Conference base- ball championship. Unless Wisconsin, who is in the second place…

February 24, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… F3TIA FIiSHiEi 1890 IA LuAL- .-- v J *MEMBER I ASSOCIATED ~uiimL~fhimu ° Vol. XXXIX, No. 106. ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1929 EIGHT PAGES Wolverine Basketeer TAPPING WILL…

… race for the C tea on reparations spent the entir;de Fridtjof Nansen appas nHl asalsoe ee onsec The Wolverines flashed a complete n dy n1 auditorium as the seventh feature for Northwestern. the Hawks for…

… stealing the ball from mittee of five as well as in private Veteran Wolverine forward who "Norman Thomas, socialist can- Wednesday, Feb. 27, but his en- The Wolverine lead was increased b conversations among…

… then Orwig took another rom the Michigan center to a difficult one-handed shot. x reduced the Wolverine lead .e when McCoy fouled him, ose offset this effort when he fast to receive Orwig's per- ass for…

… the substantial piled up by the Wolverines e opening period. The 4n- s outscored Michigan 13-10 in aif. mitz Replaces Truskowski itz replaced Truskowski in ichigan lineup and the Hawk- dense began to…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… th versity School of Music on X street. MAT SQ0UD1T ALL BOUTS TO Wolverines Register Three T 34-0 Win Over Nortliwes Grappling Team Ralph J. Harlan I Popular instructor of the speech department who…

… standing into a three-way tie with Purdue and Wisconsin for the lead in the Big Ten race. Michigan held a three point lead at the half, but the Wildcats passed the Wolverines after five minutes of frenzied…

November 19, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… years, were able to vary line crashing with passing to overcome the Wolverines in a great battle before 87,ooo.persons who jammed into every available seat. By winning today, the Thundering herd showed…

…: Michigan, 7; Minnesota, 0. on the Wolverine's 47-yard line. SECOND QtUARTER Thunderbolt Joesting met a stone Miller was a little slow on a triple- wall at left guard, but gained nearly pass play, Tanner and…

… cross country title for the third consecutive time with 31 points yesterday morning over the new Wolverine course. The Badger victory was won by a m(uch narrower margin than that at- tained at Minneapolis…

… recovering for trailed by Ohio State with 24 in fifth Michigan, giving the Wolverines' first position. down on Minnesota's 47-yard line. Michigan's showing, with the, single Rich made three yards as he took…

… the ; exception of Capt. Randolph Monroe, ball out of bounds. Johnson replaced who placed tenth, proved disappoint- Gary at right tackle for Minnesota. ing, the Wolverines finishing in a tie Oosterbaan…

March 14, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

Wolverine swimmers have made in Conference meets since they entered the Confer- ecce four years ago. This meet also marks the first time in the history of swimming here that Michigan has ever taken two first…

… philosophy. Professor Perry will be the guest of Prof. R. W. Sellars of the philosophy department during his stay in Ann Arbor. Michigan Places In Seven Of Ten Events; Hester Equals Big Ten Record WOLVERINES

… possessed too much re- serve strength. Jung and Reinke of Michigan failed to place, both men being forced to start the race in the rear of the crowd. Hester Wins Dash, Hester, brilliant Wolverine sprinter…

…, with Beatty of Iowa fourth. All four of the Wolverine sprinters qualified for the semi-finals, Hester, Kelly and Stirling winning their heats, while Voelker took second in his heat. The two latter…

… record in their respective heats. Chapman Breaks Record Chapman, Wisconsin's sophomore afnr licfL1 nn Iir, n"A PLBi 'an 6 ( WOLVERINE DASHMEN STAR I1 ( In the nine years that Michi- I gan has been in the…

… until the final lap was reached, but then the Wolverine sprinted and While, after a three hour struggle has been forced to postpone his lec- I Is Harvard Professor amongst themselves, the council ture on…

February 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

… chassis, which arrived yes- terday, will be used for experimental purposes. WONDERFUL DEFENSE HOLDS{ BOILERMAKERS TO FIVE FIELD GOALS WOLVERINE TEAM AGAIN UPSETS DOPE; Keeps Possession of Ball Practically…

… quintet to five field goalsethe re- mainder of their points being made on free throws by Captain White. The Wolverine five kept possession of the ball practically all the time, and although the score was…

… ed eight free throws. Captain White was the Purdue star. Counting on 13 fouls made pos- sible by Michigan's hard playing,' White by his excellent shooting kept his team close to the Wolverines- at; all…

… times. By virtue of its victory tonight; Michigan has a percentage of .500 with a record of four victories and four defeats. The playing of the Wolverines in the last few games in- dicates a powerful…

… season. EATON ANNOUNCES N E W COMMITTEE WOLVERINE CINDER SQUAD TO MEET FAR WEST TEAM BERKELEY TO BE SCENE OF DUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN OTHERS CONSIDERED . (By Associated Press…

July 03, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

… made Tues- i i I a TRYOUTS WANTED FOR THE WOLVERINE STAFF Tryouts for the editorial side of The Wolverine are wanted. Any one desiring to do any work of this kind should consult with the man- aging…

… editor from 1 -to 2 o'clock any day of the week, at the pub- lication offices in the Press build- ing. The business ~ manager desires tryouts for the, business staff of The Wolverine, and he will be able…

March 09, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… with an even dozen qualifiers in the five events on the program. I Michigan qualified two men in the short dash and two men in the 440, but the semi-finals of the quarter saw the Wolverine list of…

… a tenth of a second off Simpson's record of? :06.3. | Diminutive Eddie Tolan, Mich- igan's colored bprnt star, had an' easy time in winning his heat in :06.3 which .ties Simpson's mark. The Wolverine

… 200 yard relay was awarded to Northwestern when one of the Wolverines left his mark before his predecessor had touched. Then in the next event -the judges dis- qualified Peterson for' two illegel turns…

Wolverines at a disadvantage which they finally overcame when Ault and Watson placed one-two in the quarter mile to lead, 18-15. Although losing the next two events, the Wolverines still led, 26-25, with two…

…. Swimming anchor man, Schwartz maintained this advant- ge ~over Ault of the Wolverines to linch the meet. A new intercol- egiate mark of 3:12.6 was estab- ished in this event. In winning the 50 yard sprint…

December 16, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… afford little time for anything other than the performance, since the special grain, leaving here at 1 o'clock today, will WOLVERINES CRUMBLE BEFORE PANTH ERFORAY AFTER IEADING, 17.8 HYATT LEADS INVADERS…

Wolverines found the basket for 39 counters. While showing flashes of real pow- cr, Mlather's team at times lasped in- to the purely nediere, not a one of the Wolverines but what was a victim of Panther wile…

… work- ed throughm tme Wolverine defense - without much difficulty-in fact they , made the Michigan "stonewall" look like pap r mache. Even with all of their shots missed, the Wolverines counted often…

… enough to win under ordinary circumstances. Exceptionally Large Score Circumstances, on the other hand, t were not ordinary. The Panthers ran - up a score almost unheard of in Wolverine history, no matter…

May 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… supremacy between the two teams, ping the league leading Illini, 6 to ano for the third successive timethe 0, this afternoon. It was Illinois' first Wolverines- scored a victory by a beating of the season in…

… seven Big small margin, yesterday's final score Ten games. Don Miller, ace of the being 72-63. Wolverine staff, pitched splendid ball When all but three events had been for Michigan although he almost…

… real story of his in- in the broad jump, the Wolverines vincibility is related by the fact that needed only one point in the javelin Illnois lett 11 men on bases. to assure themselves a victory, but Two…

… third place. But the beat the throw home, scoring Puckel- humor f the situation soon vanished wartz ahead of him. Oosterbaan walk- for the drenched Wolverine support- ed and Davis singled, Benny scoring…

… Puckelwartz, of . . .. 42 2 2 0 0 - oober Wills Low Hurdles Kubicek, 2b....... 4 2 2 0 4 0 The Wolverines scored a slam in. Oosterbaan, lb1.... 3 2 2 13 0 0 the low hurdles with Cooper flash- Davis, c…

… 13 2 ahead of Royer. tx-Batted for Greene in ninth. At this point the Wolverines seem- xx-Batted for Andrews in ninth. - ed sure winners of the meet, but with Score by innings: Lyon scoring an…

…. Struck out by I men drew up on even terms with the -Stewart, 3; Andrews, 2; Miller, 1. Wolverines. -.Bases on balls-off Andrews, 2; Miller' Simon made a leap of 23 feet, 1 f 3. Hits-off Stewart 6 in 3 1…

March 28, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…- nal triumph at Drill hall here tonight, when the Wolverines conquered the Cornell track squad 58 5-6 to 36 1-6 in the traditional dual meet between the two schools. Michigan accounted for seven first…

… final turn. Feinsinger showed great power and 1 barely passed Werley two yards from the tape. The time of 3:28 sets a new record for this track. The other five new records were established by Wolverine

… in third place, and the twol Wolverine runners held these posi- tions for two laps, when they slipped back one place. Jung appeared strong throughout the race, continu- ally fighting to take the lead…

… George "Buck" Hester, star Wolverine dash man and indoor champion of the Western Con- ference, was scratched from the 75 yard dash in the Cornell meet yesterday, because of a strained leg suffered in a…

… added an- other Wolverine victory being timed in 9 3-5, this being a }ew dual meet mark and equalling the track mark. Caruthers of Cornell took second and Mason of Cornell finished third. George Snyder…

… event with Charles Wells, a sophomore of con- siderable promise, close behind him in second place. Pond of Cornell took third. Beals, the third Wolverine en- try, was fourth. The three Michigan entries…

… considerable of a lead. The two Wolverines sprinted on the final lap and drew away froni Pond. Michigan Captain Wins - Capt. Dick Freyberg set a new track record in the half mile when he raced to victory in 2…

April 26, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… member of the Wolverine squad,, had little trouble in defeating Law- rence, in two straight heats, 6-0, 6-1. Captain Richard Crane, of the Mich-{ igan team, decisively defeated Lantner with scores of 6…

…-1, 6-2. Stauffer, ofE the Aggie, battled Vose in two close sets, but fell before the flashy attack of the Wolverine, losing the first' set 6-4, and the second 6-3. Elliot, playing his first match for the…

… doubles match.- The first match ended with the score 6-3 in favor of the Wolverines. In the second set the Aggies were unable to win a game, losing 6-0. The last match of the meet was forced to go into an…

…- ming the Wolverines, 2-6. In the finalI set which decided the match, the Wol- verines bolstered and won easily with a ;core of 6-1. Band To Give Next Concert On Wednesday 1 HUDSON TO SPEAK ON DED LEAGUE…

…, running anchor man on the jump. two-mile relay team, won the event Cver shadowing the performance of for the Wolverines at the Drake relays the individual athletes was the record yesterday by defeating…

… of Texas. The Wolverines, with the several city departments, costing the aid of the brilliant running of Charley taxpayers of Detroit hundreds of thou- Reinke, the anchor man, won the sands of dollars…

February 24, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… MICHIGAN HOCKEY, SQUAD DEFEATS VARSITY STAGES FAST CO3IEBACK AGAINST STELLAR NORTIfERN PUCKSTERS QUIRK AND REYNOLDS STAR FOR WOLVERINES Fate Of 560 U.S. Prisoners Rests .With Clemency. Board Leavenworth…

…,698 VOTES TO VICTOR'S 1,743 641 DESIRE REPEAL OF THE 18 [11 AMENDMENT Country-Wide Returns to be compiled by Yule News in National Referendum TO PURDUE, 24-20, IN HARD_ CONTEST WOLVERINES HOLD SLIGHT LEAD…

… featured by thrilling hockey, both sextets playing like mad. The Gophers came back strong in the final period and rained shots on the Wolverine goal. One minute af- ter the period started, Gustafson shot a…

… Robbins one. in TheWolverines passing combination AvE FELYrepeal aconsiderable ways behind was not working (uring most of the 31A) :lolI E ELONG T1)Y T IO The actual count was, for enforce- game and many…

… the history IS votes. They continued to advance tory for the Wolverines. but Spradl- Sand the civilizations of the far cast. *romthen on and lef little doubt as toI ing's three baskets sewed the game…

…- forfeited bout and three decisions. idly from alumnae and Ann Arbor res- The Wolverines secured decisions in idents. the 115 and 145 pound classes. The bouts for the most part were slow Printed application…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

… 4:05 o'clock today i us in the first of the two game series.. The Wolverines got back on the dia- mond yesterday after a layoff on Wed- CUSTO nesday due to rain and cold weather.! Pil" lOTE.D i'II 1…

Wolverines greeted both soloists and conductors, The delegates were welcomed by y. streamers following a race for theflagthis y ear. For hue the Choral Union has never done Herbert S. Case, '23, presidenat of…

… ever heard heres tcptet standards and to set up them rchestra will play in -;proved. The small Wolverine, pitch-' i e copositin is to singled for themselves. ae pointed out that L. er has been suffering…

…- variety of vocal work from the con- cussion followed, questions being ~VtIIIKE;?feld will face the Wolverines tomor- tat of emphatic loud and soft at- the two speakers. r.Hv gt itack of the glorias to the…

… that faced the editors ee, the Wolverines win- the Varsity played Iowa here last in work, for male chorus and an or- of high school publications, he stress- les and one doubles 'week. Jack Blott, the…

… proved to be so character- Rorich, the Wolverine the poisoning is not serious it is suf- stic of her playing and personality. and 9-7 while Kline -ficiemit to keep the husky catcher out stic chs stewrkdsie…

October 13, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…FflNT A THLETICS Lo'" S ES Tlqw PURDUEfile& , 30 -16 RALLY TO BEAT CUBS, 10-8 'fl( R R say MacDonald Celebrates 63tdBirthday on Foreign Soil MICHIGAN LAWYERS'' Led Wolverines in Purdue Tilt nitu…

… recently the Wolverine squad whose play been established in a number of came up to its usual par. Gembis' states for the pupose of studying scores came in the third inning. SOFFENSIVE BACKFIIELDSTARS LEAD…

… BO1IRMAKERS TO BIG TEN VICTORY AS CON[ERNCEGRID RACE STARTS WOLVERINES TAKE WORST BEATING SINCE GRANGE BROKE LOOSE IN 1924 ILLINOIS GAME by VLdi'ard L.11,c IRCOSS-.ADE) STA1)1M1t, Oct. 12.-Plurdue…

… \Volverines were unable to stop once they launched their last quarter - - offensive. ailure of Wolverine linemen it chare gave the Boilermakers an opportmity to gain 26 yam s through rushing on their delayed…

… Final I Touchdown By Joe Russell Smashing through the Wolverine defense late in the final quarter for a single touchdown, Coach Irv Uteritz' scrappy Badger gridders took the first game of the 1929 Big Ten…

March 02, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… OUTPLAYS BADGE Sj TO WIN FAST GAME BY 3-1 SCORE IS FIRST CONTEST. OF SERIES HERE Joseph Stars As Wolverines Draw! Within Reach Of Second Phae Democrat Gets ALUMNUS NAMED Cabinet Place IN CABINET ROLL Former…

… opinion morning. (f l synciated among western alumni of the Uni- Scorin one in ea f the three PARIS, March 1.-A pleniary versity, that the resignation of WASB periods, the Wolverine hockeyteam Arthur M…

… she should pay. lected r Continuing their tactics of the 1TTodThesmadIt was said that the sub-commit- "I am profoundly impressed with Fraternities and sororities could address Cit iod, theiWolverines

…. In his lecture he themselves from the tax rolls. This stantly ed the puck deep into Wolverine being done by the Business Admin- duction of "To The Ladies", re- 'circles. It was pointed out that…

… like the man replied: "Yes!! I knew a fellow University Students Central Asia, Dr. Sven Hedir, the "There is little doubt but that an gather former figuring in every Wolverine !who wears a mustache? Or…

January 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

… ESTABLISHED 1890 AW 46v !lit rl t 4 atjX MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Vol. XXXIX. No. 83. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. 1929 EIGHT PAGES WOLVERINES HOLD CONFERENCE LEAD BY 21-17I…

… determined Illini invaders, the Wolverine basketball team hung ip its fourth consecutive Conference victory last night in the field iouse before approximately 7,000 people, the largest crowd of the eason, by a…

… 21-17 score. Using a tight defense that completely stifled the famed Illini ;low breaking offense that proved Indiana's undoing ,except for two ;hort intervals, the Wolverines exhibited a well…

… leaders turned in. ,o romt ee. the middle west.Diminutive Wolverine forward, of all graduates in journalism with since his return from the South More than 1,000 students, vari- Neither team displayed much…

… from the corner of court and Bill Orwig counted n on a difficult overhead toss. skowski made good a free throw give the Wolverines the lead, 6 as the half ended. llinois openea the second period h a rush…

June 14, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…-1 yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. The visiting aggregation put up a stiff battle until the sixth Inning, hold- ing the Wolverines to a 3-1 lead, but the Michigan team started hitting heavily in the sixth…

… balls, a&ad scored when Haggerty threw into right field in the attempt to nab Dimon at first. The Wolverines regained the lead in the last of the fourth, and from that time on were never headed or threat…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

… grown too strong. Cormb continued his high class work before the net, nor did the jWolverine waiver In his playing throughout the game.< The third period saw the M4aize and Blue defense in a more…

… points for thqi Catholics and because of Isis, expl- lent work in 1both attack and dfense, but the Wolverine leader, Captain MacDufif, put uip a wonderful game In spite of the odds. Anderson: and Beresford…

… a chemist in the United States 'Depart- --yigetritrs njunls ngn of - Two proposed constitutional amend- Regzents Nfurfin, S'awxve and Llandc against the Wolverines at Ann Arbor, getritrs njunls ngn…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… TODAY WILL ELIMIN- ATES'INDIANS; STRENGTHEN . MICHIGAN'S PLACE DIXON, JACKSON WILL BE OPPOSING HURLERS Is Fourth Contest Between Two Pitch- ers, Wolverine Ace Holding Edge Two Gamesto One TODAY'S LINEUPS…

… eliminate Lundgren's men from further consid- eration in the race as they have but two more games on their schedule. An Illinois victory would place the Wolverine's chances in a perilous po- sition for it…

… Chicago, where they will give battle to the Maroon aggrega- tion this afternoon. The Wolverines Theaters Will Present Special Showst are fully confident of a victory, but the for Underclassmen After y…

… will probably run in both the mile and of Michigamua, and Barristers, sen- two mile, so that Bowen and Davis for law honorary society. of the Wolverine squad will most like- Judge Thompson was a…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

WOLVERINES OVERCOME STRONG BUCKEYE ELEVEN IN, FIRST CONFERENCE ENCOUNTER VERSE BREAKS AND ABSENCE OF VETERANS WEAKEN VARSITY )TH TEAMS STRONG IN )RWARD PASS ATTACKS Goebel Play Well for n, Stuart and Pixley…

… the Wolverine line was removed when during the first quarter Michi- gan's forward wall held Ohio at bay, while the Wolverine backs tore -wide gaps through the Buckeye defense. Uteritz received a long…

Wolverines with fourth down and two yards to go, chose to attempt a place kick which went short of the posts. Kipke's Loss Felt With Kpke out of the game Michi- gan's chances faded and the break that turned…

… outdistanced in nearly every excliange of kicks by Isabel. Only once again did the Wolverines seri- ously threaten when a pass from Roby to Goebel put the ball on State's 18 yard line. Here Michigan made…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…. Indiana, lue, Nebraska, and Iowa have one ce. The showing of the Indian Wolverine runners promises a this afternoon, while Wisconsin, ago, aral California will also of- erious competition. Johnson in Old…

…. Wolverines qualified two men, holder and Douglas taking thirds .eir heats without exerting them- s. ker landed in third place in the put a few inches behind Dale of aska and Majors of California, copped third…

… morning, June 24, in Hill auditorium, as his first official act. HURLEY RESIGNS UNION POSITION ALUMNI FEATURED IN JUMl CHIMES WOLVERINES WIN THI YEARS IN SUC C ESS: Heavy lHitting- in Tenth Brings…

… inning game. The victory the Wolverines their third con tive !championship and is the tw fifth straight Conference game L gren's teams have won in the three seasons. The Wolverines copped the title every…

April 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… teammates turned in the best condition a healthy sunburn, the re- air efforts in the hot south- The Wolverines were fav- ood weather and were able e their schedule in the or- been arranged. Kentucky pn fell…

… Arbor iidutrialC Cneeris With bnited Number At Werk start I ess before Parks' isy victim, 2 to 0, iter at Athens. e Georgians were - end of a 6 to 3 d Saunders hurl- he Wolverines di- i Vanderbilt, los…

… during the (ee Number 3, Page Six) Wolverine TrackI Star Bothe red T y Straied Tf do00 Capt. Carl Johnson of the Michg track team will be unable t compete on the cindery f r. several weeks. The strained…

WOLVERINES OCT. 30 Tulane university of New, Orleans will meet Michigan on the Ferry field griiron October 30. The announce- ment of this game was made by Mr. Bartelme yesterday. According to Mr. Bartelme the…

… will be the first one in which the Wolverines have played a southern team since the days when Michigan used to play Vanderbilt an- nually. The Tulane game is the seventh one to be arranged for the 1920…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… The Wolverine see the jbusiness manfager today or Fri; Iday, i~ Wolverine office, Press building. CARRIERS WA-,N"FED f Two or three' stu~dents are Iwanted to carry The Wolverine fthis summer. See the…

March 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… prolonged debate on Muscle WITHS WOLVERINES, VARSITY ELI MI NATES WISCONSIN 4W% E I FROM CHAMPIONSHIP RACE, 42-18 (~ leie Rush Badgers Off Their Feet, I Outscoring 'Them More Than i Two To One OOSTERBAAN…

… ando titlc hopes were hidden behind the heavy veil of Michigan's over- p)owering attack andl tight (lefensive pliay last night in the fieldl house. The W'olverines rushed the 1 3adgers off their feet…

…, ending their college basketball career, in a fine display, divided honors with the 'sophomore who stands as a powerful threat who may do big things in future Wolverine basketball campaignis. Ernie Mc…

Wolverines in general andl Orwig in particuar', mak- ing six points in the first half thlough going scoreless thereafter. 1Mc Coy Cages Opener McCoy b~roke away into the clear and caged the opening basket of…

… into only by a Badger time- cut, in an effort to check the Wol- verines, Orwig counted two baskets and a free throw to put tb-c Wolves in an 11-4 lead. From this stage on, the Wolverines kept broadening…

Wolverines, who went through the whole game without a substitution. Tbe, Box Score - OosterbGaN 4, ..... Oorba, f........ Chapman, c. .. .....2 McCoy, g...........2 Harrigan, g. (C) .. 5 Totals .........18…

February 14, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… STRONG HIatrigan Returns To Old-Time Form When Inserted In Lineup . In Second Half (By Herbert Vedder) Alternating between dull ragged ness and occasional brilliance, Mich- igan's Wolverines displayed…

…-23 score, Chica- go lost its :opportunity of dislodging the Wolverines from fifth place in the standings. No generalizations can well be ap- plied to last night's squabble which at times was exceedingly…

January 14, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

… at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Yost field house to inaugurate the Wolverines' home Big Ten season in what may aptly be termed an all-im- portant game, one which should not be at all different from the many…

… close, nerve-racking contests of the past. La'st year the Hoosiers won the I second game from the Wolverines by I a three-point margin after sustaining a four-point defeat at their hands earlier in the…

… direction or the other; if the Wolverine machine can be shifted into high gear, it will turn onto the road which leads to a place in the first rank in spite of early reverse's. Is Hoosier Crance, - To Indiana…

… two sophomores, Scheid and Gill, with Scheid having the edge. Starr, because of his pro- clivity at foul shots is expected to be at forward at least part of the game. Michigan In Hole The Wolverines

… guard re- spectively, retain their places. This coinination is expected to add speed to the Wolverine quint, with Rose bringing the ball down the floor and Harrigan and Oosterbaan teaming in the front…

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