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February 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…FEBRUARY 22,-- 1929 %,FIE MICHIGAN DAIL P~EBRUARY 22, 1929' THE MICHIGAN DAILY III WOLVERINE TANK MEN WILL BEGIN STIF DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR NORTHWESTERN Meets With State And Wisconsin Are…

… intensive training for the meet with the strong Northwestern ag- gregation, now only two weeks away. - The meet at Grand Rapids. was scarcely more than a workout,; the Wolverines winning easily by a 51…

… both finished ahead of' Bailey in the fancy diving, while Grimshaw was off form, taking fourth. Rose touched out Reif of the Wolverines for a second place in the 40-yard sprint. Michigan had little…

… trouble winning the rest of the events. Next Wednesday Michigan' State will invade the Intramural. build- ing pool for a dual meet, while on Saturday the Wolverines will jour- ney to Madison to compete with…

… Strong The Wolverines appewr to be we'l fortified in the free style with Sea- ger, Walker', Reif, and 0. Gold- smith available for the sprints and Ault a sure place winner in the distance events. Watson…

…. Northwestern will bring the out- standing collegiate diver in the country, Wallie Colbath, Olympic team member, to test the prowess of the Wolverines on the spring- board. Crews of the eastern colleges are…

… Schuykill. TWO OLYMPIC TEAM MATMEN TO REPRESENT WOLVERINES TONIGH T (Continued From Page Six) Purdue, considered the leading 165 matmen in the total number of pounder in the Conference. He will points scored…

… this year, has Buckeye is expected to give the developed fast, defeating Hooker of wolverine plenty of trouble. -p 30 New Spring Topoa s YOUR CHOICE AT ONLY Wr- 1 I I 44 V Hows Your Cap7 $185 5 S…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 5

…-Conference contests should put the Wolverines on edge for Satur- day's battle with the nine fr'om Iowa City. The Aggie diaimond aggrega- tion should not prove to be much of a stumbling block for the Maize and Blue…

… field, while hi cro'ssed the plate nine ford contributed a ci first inning which wo .the Wolverine total to forgot to touch secon called out by the um ance opens against 31 probably give way to I fray is…

… interesting duel in which Shultz -emerged the victor. up a lively scrap Iowa Game Saturday d. Liverance or In Iowa the Wolverines will face a e used by Coach nine .which has great possibili- rreen and t…

… the Hawkeye's' as in previous strength a difficult one. Frohwein ionalism which will probably be used against the atre Dame foot- Wolverines. This man is a slow ball year, has also pitcher, the kind who…

… Frohwein. Western State norm- al will. perform against Michigan on 'May 10. This game will sharpen the Wolverines' batting eyes for the Ohio State contest at Columbus the follow- ing Saturday, May 13. Final…

… Trip to Tell Michigan's last swing around the Conference circuit will begin May 20, when the Wolverines ourney to Ur- bana for a return game with Lund- gren's men, sand will end May 24, at Minneapolis…

… jump to Iowa City for a second contest with the Hawkeyes on Monday, May'22. Tues- day and Wednesday, May 23 and 24, the Wolverine nine faces the Univer- sity of Minnesota at Minneapolis. If4 Dixon is…

… the following1 day. Such an arrangement of the schedule will mean that none of the Michigan twirlers can falter if the Wolverines are .to be successful on their final trip of the season. The outcome of…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… First Places Bt Ca rat Turn Back Attack SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT _SQUABTHIS SEASON Of Wolverines Coach Courtright's Junior Var- With the leanest crop of fresh- BEL LO sity basketeers will conclude the ,__man…

… track candidates reported for 1928-29 court season this Friday Wolverine Sextet Now Faces Hard early season tryouts, prospects for Although they captured two first night when the Detroit City col Road…

… Oppenents path seem slim. In the hurdle, failed to extend the Michigan will wind up a rather successful broadjump, distance and weight tankmen as the Wolverines downed season for the "B" five since the JOSEPH…

… Conference champions, Kanitz, Whittle, and Cushing as the Friday, the Wolverine puckmen are Practice has begun in earnest for mn the 150 yard back strokesa reserves for the "iron men" of the primed to begin…

… the by Friday, the Junior Varsity will squad will leave for a week's trip the fortune of the trackmen in sur- performances of'the Wolverines in probably have to depend upon which will include a game…

March 06, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

…is -M -Ic -H T C', A N D'A I Wt±1,J k$Tii WHIRLWIND FINISH MARKS WOLVERINE COURT YEAR ,, - ;. CAGERS MAKECERTAIN OF SHARE IN TITLE BY CROSHING TRIUMHOVER BADGER TEAM Veenkermen Stage Comeback…

…. Meanwell's touted Badg- ers, the Wolverine cagemen added a spectacular whirlwind finish to one of the most successful seasons ever enjoyed by a Maize and Blue cage team. The season's record shows that the…

… gymnasium, the fact remains that the Wolverines hold two victories over Coach Mean- Danny Rose well's charges and both of them diminutive Wolverine guard, who by very decisive margins. concluded his…

… to many cage in the offensive machine. critics who considered the Wolver- next week saw the Wolverines meet ines a "dark horse" at the outset their first setback of the season of the title race. It was…

…. ing decision over the Badgers Mon- Similar commendation is due day to send the Maize and Blue Wolverine court team into the van for the second each of the other WIvrnecu time this season. warriors. Rose…

March 01, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

… team in its remaining pair of games with Wis- consin'and Indiana. At any rate the Northwestern quin, tet, which was one of the possibilities until settled by the Wolverines, is no longer any more than a…

… margin in their last meeting with the Wolverines, are successful in reversing the previous verdict, it is practically a certainty that they will at least share the top rung of the ladder after the final…

… the season at de- fense, was injured in the first Min- nesota game and has not be.en in a game since. His loss was keenly felt and 'should he return to the squad next year the Wolverine's defense will…

…'clock today on the Union alleys. Wolverine Maize w ho %o %0%0%0%OWO% Following their single day of rest after the gruerling Ohio game, the Wolverine basketeers resumed prac- tice yesterday in preparation…

…, and meet Wisconsin Monday night in the field house in the final en- counter on the schedule. In addition to ,giving the Wolverines a perfect average in their two game series with the Ohio cagemen, Mon…

June 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 177) • Page Image 4

… creditable manner. Sargent and Schmitz will again top the sticks in the hurdle events for the Wolverines. This will also be Sar- gent's last meet, and Michigan loses another good point winner by his de…

…- parture. Hoffman will represent the Wolverines in the javelin throw. He broke the Conference record in last year's meet, and it is expected he will have the honor of breaking his own record this year and…

…. Paddock is the most effective hurler the Wolverines -have batted against this year. Tuesday's encounter at Notre Dame was disastrious for Micigan as the Wolverine nine continued its batting slump, 'nd…

… and sink the Wolverines in third place, a lower, position than Michigan has occupied at any time since its re-entrance into the Confer- ence. Liverance will probably hurl for Michigan, while Captain…

October 27, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

… from the last game between the Wolverines and the men of the Illini played on the Urbana gridiron. The Gold and Blue won an overwhelming victory, 29 to 7. ance when the team journeys to Illinois on…

… Saturday. Michigan is out for venge- 640 HAVEN (By Harry B. Grundy) Mchigan and Illinois began foot- ball relations in 1898 before the coming of Yost to coach the Wolverines. In their initial encounter…

… teams of those years but in 1905 Illinois, which was not then knownI by the polite name of Indians, again appeared on the Wolverine schedule. This time they fell before the Yost attack by the score of 33…

… fall of 1906, with Michigan out of the Western Conference, Illi- nois was met for the last time before the Wolverines return 11 years later. Michigan had little trouble in win- ning by a neat margin of…

… Big Ten foot- ball schedule was arranged by the Wolverines. Nineteen hundred and eighteen was the S. A. T. C. year and Michigan minus the services of two captains, Smith and Wieman, won its entire…

…- ed the championship to Illinois on a basis of more Conference victories., Illinois Wins First Illinois scored its first gridiron vie-' tory over a Wolverine team in 1919 wften they took the heavy end…

… of a 29 to 7 score. Michigan was bom- pletely outplayed by Illinois, who won the Big Ten championship that year. Last year the Wolverines were great- ly strengthened after their disas- trous play of…

October 18, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT URDA Y'z~S WOLVERINES FORGET ADSNRUHG SQUAD PREPARES FOR BUCKEYE INVASION By Herbert E. Vedder er than 114 ritloe (m !1;0 cfi,-ec, "Forget Madison! was the cry of the play…

… phrase was also the hidden tegm' iusocre fe implication that the Wolverines were Wisconsin had rushed the bail half not to forget thoir mistakes. the length of the fieldl into scoring[, position. Hoffman…

… thananyothe liing itcer.by day, and which should be physi- Surprises prevailed in the other sec- cally perfect for the first time this Season, although the W'olverines still tiuns of the country also. The…

… ]lacit of effectiveness on the foral- erly most effectve Cardinal of- fense. All the while, howvever, it ust not be assumed that the Wolverines were playinit ladies' game. The big difference lay in that…

… the rough game seemed to hurt tine Badgers worse than it dilld the Wolverines.i Though somewhat drab in places there were worthwhile moments.i Wisconsin's early drives by her two The Original Lee…

November 24, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

… to Simrall and a first down for Iowa on the gan's right end. Glassgow punted M i 0o .p a pass thrown by Glassgow. ItI who caught the ball on his own Wolverine 24-yard line. on the next play to Simrall…

… pass Rogge on the Wolverine 40-yard Michigan's left tackle. The Wol yard line and was forced out of Gembis returned the kickoff to thrown by Jensvold was incomplete line. verines took time out. bounds at…

… field. No one line. Glassgow went through Mich- gan's goal as the period ended. atopped, continued on for a four- line. Michigan took time out. was injured, but the Wolverines re- lign's freshed them…

…'s on the Wolverine 36-yard line, a start of the sedond half. Glassgow DALCROZE EURYTHMICS ansgws fichign's lef side igt dwn fo sx Wyards and a first gain of six yards. Iowa took time gained two yards…

… through Michi-! Modern Education in and it was first down for Iowa on n down on the Wolverines' 10-yard o ut.gasrihtcleHwtthoadRY M the Wolverine 48-yard linne. Michi- line. Hagerty made three yards a ih…

March 08, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

… sophomores, and it is on their Michigan and Tonkoff of Illinois, strength in these bouts that will' meet in the 178 pound event. the Wolverines base their hopes The Wolverine grappler~ has been iof defeating…

…, :while Tonkoff avito in the 168-pound bout. {rane I has lost but one out of six matches. went through last season without a defeat till the final match with With Ed George, Olympic the Wolverines at the…

February 13, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Arbor Saturday night for a T f return meet with the Wolverines r in the new Intramural building pool. Michigan defeated the Cana- dians in December at Toronto. An added feature of the Meet, >Saturday will…

… be a water polo game between Michigan and the Detroit Yacht club. The Yacht club water poloists are state A. A. U. champ-j ions. The Wolverines had littlei trouble winning their first game{ from…

… goal for the second week when the other aspirants Wolverine nine will hook up with Chi Psi counter. Dickinson broke! flock into the field house. Cincinnati for one ae and will ointo the scoring column…

… somewhat later this year than last,! I squad last year please bring I the Wolverines are slower in get- I your own equipment. 711 N. University Ave. Plhoi ting started than the rest of the I Coach Ray Fisher…

… d e against Northwestern Monday night, but Wolverine Five Is Weak on Short also promising more stiff work for Shots Under Basket; Defense them in the future, Coach Keen Off-Color at Times stated…

October 07, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

Wolverine GolfersI scoring one pair of golfers can only and paired with Lewis, managed . '11111 win nine points and the Oakland to pick up a single point against lSDE Defeated A Derodiuls pair needed…

… Par of Denk, who negotiated th:e tricky only able to take one point in thriee Score to Sh ut Out Shannon layout in par figures, },le Wolverine! from Francis Ryan, Oaklandi bills Fp and Art Ahistrom pair…

… entry blanked Stanley Ford. c gins. In the foursome, the Wolverine pair ardson proved the winning margin While the play of ti-i Wolverin~esI of Ward and Bergelin, after winl- - for the Oakland Hills…

May 24, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

… were shutouts and the opponents only gain- ed one run in each of the others. Furthermore, against teams of the cal- ibre ,of: Illinois,. Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern and Ohio, Wolverine pit- chers have…

… Evan- ston and Madison, besides giving tire Wolverines a clean slate for the six; Big Ten contests played away fromI home this season, were marked by the best playing that the team has turned in this…

… credited he has ever seen. Wisconsin, accord- ing to the Wolverine coach, looked like th'e best ball team that Michigan has encountered this year. Sensational Gaine The game was marked by sensa- tional…

… possible 15 first places from the Ohio State track squad Saturday at Columbus, Coach Stephen J. Farrell's Wolverines extended the Buckeyes~to the utmost' in the other four events. Michigan was forced to…

… rush obviously with the intention ofI wearing the Wolverine down i order to prevent him from opening with his terrific sprint which has carried him to victory in all of his Conferencej races. At the end…

… TENNIS IN THE BIG TEN By Herbert Vedder1 Competition among Wolverine teams for I he honor of annexing the fifth Big Ten championship of the year for Michigan is almvost as keen as that be- tween the Maize…

December 11, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 66) • Page Image 5

WOLVERINE BSKTBALL FIESHOWSI STRO-NG DEFENSE IN -OPENING GAME' Capt. Rea and Miller Are the Veterans Mather Used in First Game Only ELY OPENS THE YEAR AT CENTER AND PLAYS WELL Michigan's opening basketball…

… game with Western State Normal Friday night gave Wolverine supporters a chance to size up the team in actual competition. The Michigan five has been badly handicapped this year by the loss of Karpusa…

… opened the game carefully and seemed almost over cautious in its play, but there was never any doubt as to the outcome after Miller scored the first point on a free throw and the Wolverines' passing game…

… got under way. Ely Plays Well Ely, new Wolverine center, was in the thick of the fight all of the time. His performance in his first game for the Varsity was highly commendable. and if his play against…

… characterized the Wolverine play last year. With an eight point advantage, the result of the play in the opening Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory Books, etc., at Wahr's.-Adv., Locksmith. All kinds of door and…

… trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. -Adv half, the Wolverines abandoned their1 cautious tactics and displayed a speedy brand of basketball. This was especially true- of Miller, who found his eye, and…

August 11, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…TH WOLVERINE . . ..._ w _.. _ ontinued from Page 1) iat the early recruits attract- ay work were largely medic- vho were curious, or men in- in the electrical phenomena, although better men are en…

…, even though this method means loss of individuality to the X-ray special- ists. Try 'Wolverine Want Ads. FOR RENT ERS' CANOE LIVERY, n the Huron River FOR RENT SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY, On the Huron…

June 01, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

… ID MT MAJOR LEACUE SCORES American LeagueOT Cleveland ........000 000 000-0 4 1 j ATi . r Horace Barton-King Moore Western Conference Doubles Champion Wolverine sophomore tennis players who won the…

… by the Wolverine pair was one of bright spots of the final day's play.I The victory Saturday gives the Moore-Barton combination a clear rec- ord for the season, having never been defeated in Big Ten…

… things. went awry--and it was our old trusty3 rival the Illini from the Prairie State who emerged with the bacon. Perhaps the best and only ex- cuse which the Wolverines will even whisper is that they did…

… want to disappoint Harry Gill, 1111- nois coach. who wrote an article appearing in the Wisconsin papers declaring that )lichiga n would win the meet. IF the Wolverines had cofme through as expected in…

… laps the Wolverine star was almost at the rear end of the procession and taking it easy while the others fought at each oth- er's throats. With the beginning of the fifth lap, Ted began to open ul, and…

… gun was fired at the last lap, the game Wolverine was "all in." He had no sprint left, and was but a nud-8pattered runner finishing and way back. The two mile was a great race con-1 sideringconditions…

Wolverine golfers left for Chicago Monday night, where they will engage' the strong Maroon quar- tet today. The match will determine the dual meet championship of the Big Ten season. Chicago is unde- feated…

May 29, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 178) • Page Image 6

… Exceptional Ability In Dual Court Engagenents TITLE WON 00 YEARS The Conference tennis cham- pionship, evidently an odd year vis- itor to the camp of the Wolverine, returned to Michigan in the guise of deadlock…

… virtually a fourth in Bacon, AMA winner in 192, and a host of material, most promising of whom consisted of ' Spencer, Hammer, and Beal, the Wolverines were early season favorites to an- nex Conference team…

… honors. Win Opener In the Conference opener, North- western fell before the powerful] Michigan net contingent a 9-0 vic- tim on the Evanston courts. The Wolverines though handicapped by a lack of outdoor…

…. Journeying to the lair of the Buckeyes on the following day the Wolverines were rained out in their scheduled match with the Ohioans at Columbus. A week later a re- venge-seeking Wolverine team again was…

… the all important match at Ann Arbor before rain interrupted proceedings and ended whatever chance the Wolverines had to axnex a clear cut claim to Conference team su- premacy. Wisconsin's eight will…

May 04, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

… Ferry field this afternoon to oppose the Wolverines in the first dual meet of the outdoor season. Victories in the Conference indoor meet and the Drake relays make the Hawks favorites to hand the underdog…

… Maize and Blue team its first de- feat in Iowa-Michigan cinder path history. The Wolverines chalked up a 19 1-2-62 1-2 victory in their 1926 Iowa City invasion, and in the 1927 meet at Ann 'Arbor, after…

… Gold and Black a scant' margin of victr. The dashes are expected to prove Michigan's strongest events, as the Wolverine trio of Tolan, Grodsky, and Murray should outclass Pape, Stamats, and Stevenson…

… the 440 yard run. With Baird, Hawkeye Olym- pic star, expected to win and Stevenson and Ferguson, Iowa should take two places from the fast Wolverine trio of the Seymour twins, Dale, and Dalton, and1…

… play. Swan, Pennington, and Jennings all playing for the Spartans this year have shown an improved style of play and should have been able to make things interesting for the Wolverines. Tankmen Are Given…

January 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 71) • Page Image 4

… per cent Discount on all Foo (wear purchased this month COURT -SQUAD WINS VA4CATION GAMES1 Cincinnati, Case, and Carnegie Fall Before the Attack of Wolverines SHOWING OF TEAM PLEASES MATHER; LINE…

Wolverine quintet opened its vacation jaunt by downing the fast University of Cincinnati five 25 to 18 on the Cincinnati floor. Cin- cinnati holds victories over Ohio State, Yale and other leading teams of…

… the country, and the Wolverines are the first university aggregation to down them. Case Scientific school was the next victom of Mather's attack. The Scientists put up a stiff battle but were unable to…

… baskets which netted the Wolverines one of the highest scores a Michigan court five has ever run up against any op- ponent. Coach Mather is pleased over the showing his men made and labels their work as…

December 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 68) • Page Image 5

… University of Cincinnati five at Cincinnati. Last night the Wolverines practiced with the Detroit Y. M. C. A., and as a result of the scrimmage, Coach Mather will be able to correct some weaknesses the Varsity…

… display- ed against the Detroiters. The Kal- amazoo Normal game was not a test of the Wolverines' strength for the Normal five was much weaker this year than it has been in past seasons. As a result, the…

… scoring of any pair of forwards. Captain Rea and Birks are the men Mather is depending upon to turn the trick and if the Wolverine forwards can penetrate the Cincinnati defense, Michigan's problem will be…

October 24, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…- of the athletic association that TEN RUNNERS tory extends over a period of 36 seats are still available for theI_ T O D GPHER LINEMAN DRAWSPLAUDITS Advantage Of .ountry Meets ;.< WOLVERINE HAP RI ERS…

… UILL MEET BADGERS Victories Over Mount Union And Ohio State Add Confidehce For Badger Clash a ON SQUAD years. game Saturday. The Wolverines hold a de- cided edge over their Badger rivals in the…

…'s third straight loss of the season to Ohio State Saturday equalled the formi ncrecord for con- secutive reverses which dates from 1915, when the Wolverines dropped three in a row before playing a scoreless…

…'s Wolverine harriers are turning their attention1 this week to the task of preparing1 for the initial dual aneet of the' year Saturday morning with Wis- consin. The Badgers will have the ad- vantage of two…

May 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

… champion of Cleveland last year, while Jerome won the championship in the junior tourna- ment in Detroit last year. Both of these men are the best that has been seen on a Wolverine freshman tennis squad for…

….--Adv. Drin1 ., .I ,., I1 BASEBALL CHAM1PIONSHIP CHANCES RECIVESETBACK FROM ILLINOIS . f Delicious and - r Wolverine Defeat by Suckers Due to Mfasterful Pitching of Jackson Coupled with Errors MICHIGAN NINE…

… WILL PLAY GOPHERS TRIIJ &FTERNOON Michigan's diamond aspirations re- ceived a serious setback at the hands of Illinois Saturday when the In- dians evened up the season's games with the Wolverines by…

… fielding by his mates kept the Wolverines from threatening. Illinois won the game in the first inning when a double by McCurdy, an error by Uteritz combined with a base on ball and a lusty wallop by Reichle…

… victories. During thee past three years the Illini and Wolverines have split the season's games, each team winning three and losing three. Capt. Ernie Vick played a stellar game for Fisher's men. In four…

…, and Locke of Iowa are the only other' catchers who ap- proach Vick, and Ernie has . demon- strated his superiority over both of these men. Play Gophers Today This afternoon and tomorrow the Wolverines

… meet Minnesota at Min- neapolis. This is the first time a Mich- igan nine has met a Gopher diamond combination since the Wolverines' return to the Conference in 1917, as Minnesota has not been…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

… Aggies scoreless. Michigan had little difi- culty in winning, for the offense worked with smoothness and preci- sion; the most pleasing feature of which was the Wolverines' splendid combination play. These…

… play, the greater your enjoyment. C aa * ~ - O CIGASCANDIES * PiW 3 LUNCHES so ASi i ® 'W atry to treat yoU rihtW mm uumwuuu .533* et NEW COMIAINWILL BE EMPLOYED BY WOLVERINES5 IN BADGER CONTEST IICHIG…

… offense, which has proved highly ef- fective in every game this year. The antics of Paper and Kipke have appar- etly speeded up the Wolverine at- tack, while Miller and Ely both gave good accounts of…

… of Tebell ,but he will be in shape to-, night. The Wisconsin floor pass will undpubtedly be in evidence tonight for Dr. Meanwell has built his attack around this weapon. If the new Wolverine

April 02, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…, Sam Kailes, Max Rubin, Joe Woodard, Gordon Heim, William. Benz, and Mural Thrush. Have Proud Record The Big Ten c h a mipli o n s h i p which the Wolverine's won tiis year came as the result of four…

…, only to lose the champion- ship, and won both the divisional and Conference crowns this sea- son. Illinois, who has always been the stumbling block in the path of the Wolverines, was defeated for the…

… won the 135 pound eight minutes. Wrestling each day match from Thamer of State. Benz will start at approximately 3:30. continued the Wolverine winning Eddik r streak when he outfought Tonkins Eddie…

… last week at Columbus. The 1. meet culminated the varsity career l of the brilliant Wolverine in spec-I{ tacular fashion.1 NETMEN WILL C ENTER TOURNEY Two Men Are Invited To Enter Indoor 'Intercollegiate…

… expected to enter' teams. J1 Captain ; Horace Barton is ex- I pected. to make the trip for thei Wolverines, and will probably bec accompanied by Jim Spencer. Bar- ton has been prominent in Big Ten tennis for…

February 27, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

…'s1 Purdue cagers. Only two games remain on the Madison card. The Badgers willI enjoy a layoff for the. remainder of this week, and will renew activ-t ities with Coach Veenker's #econd place Wolverine

…. Wolves Have Two Two more games likewise remain on the Wolverine card. The Wolves journey to Columbus to engage the rejuvenated Buckeyes Saturday and then return, for the all im- portant finale with…

… will be three men who went abroad with the United States Olympic wrestling team scheduled to appear, George and Hewitt of the Wolverines, and Scott of the Hoosiers. Scott will go to the mat in the 178…

… Olympic entrant, as he is not un- beatable as was demonstrated by Hooker of Purdue. 'The Indiana team on the whole is, in the opinion of the Wolverine mentor, one of the best in the United States. They have…

May 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

… hands of the Wolverines last year,t the Detroit Golf club team defeated the Michigan golfers by an overwhel- ming count of 20-7, Friday, on thet Detroit club links. It as the first de- feat of the year…

… for the Michigan club weilderswhohavaj beenconjuring their Big Ten opponents with little trouble. Capt. Addison Connor and Vyse were the only Wolverines able to win in the individual matches, Connor…

… ittempt to garner -its first Big Ten strong fi to annex the X158 pound Jictory when the touring Wolverine Big Ten championship, and was olec- actmen invade Minneapolis tomorrow t(ed to ciltain the Wolverine

… compairative scores, the Wolverines first loss to Captain Beer of Iowa in are favored to defeat the Minnesota the final of the Conference tourna- squad, which has been forced to bow ment in an overtime bout…

… 157 feet 1 inch. WOLVERINES WIN FROM WILDCATS EVANSTON-In its drive toward an undisputed Conference baseball cham- ionship, Michigan easily defeated Northwestern here, 6-2, Friday, for its ninth…

… overshadowed by the Wolverines, the Illini took all three places in the low hurdles, two other first places, and the relay. Tolan, Michigan star freshman sprinter, took the highest number of points for the…

…, Chesler, Sundeen, Peter- son, and Knapp, while the Wolverine lineup will include Moore, Graham, Heaney, Algyer, and Schaefer. Captain Barton and Moore, 1927 Big Ten champions, should be given a. hard fight…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…, the hurle and the jumps but injuries and the failure of certain veterans to reach their best form will coun heav- ily against the Wolverines. 120 YARD h10h HURDLES ])on Cooper, veteran hurdle star…

… Rodgers and Johnson of Illinois in this event, but was disqualified for knocking down three of the barriers. .Allison, the other Hawk star, did not compete., 220 fARD LOW HURDLES Here akain the Wolverine

… leading Wolverines will attempt to add a ninth to their unbroken string of victories over Big Ten schools when they invade the Wildcats' lair to meet the cellar-occupying Northwest- ern nine this afternoon…

… trying just as hard to break its perfect record and prevent its ninth straight Conference defeat, as the Wolverines will be to main- tain their 1.000 percen't rating. Iowa -Second In Race Since Michigan…

…'s nearest competitor for Conference honors, Iowa, has dropped two games to the Wolverines and won but four, a loss to North- western will make no differencerin the Big Ten standings and'will still safe lead…

… Maury Kent mhay juggle his lineup som'ewhat to meet the hard- hitting Wolverines, moving P/mer,' who has played right field in the last two games into the pitchers' box to replace McAleece, who was…

… starting the game for Michigan, Gawne and Mc Afee, relief hurlers, and Straub, util-J ity man,'left last night for Evanston. In case the Wolverines are opposed by a left-handed twirler, McAfeewill replace…

… struck out 116 batters in 1925, his first season, in the majors. collect in this event, as lie is the sole Wolverine pole vaulter uak- Mg the trip. Last week lie tied for third, clearig 12 feet 3 inches…

… out fThe Wolverines fok the title, and Carr; who tied with Felker for third in the Ohio Relays at 6 feet 13.4 inches. Felker and Waldo will be Farrell's entires in this event. The former is inconsistent…

May 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

Wolverines will leave tonight for a two day trip to Evanston and Madison where they will play two Conference opponents. Northwestern is scheduled to meet the Michigan nine on Friday, while Wisconsin will…

… the Wolverine hitters, batting at a .455 clip. As a team the Maize and Blue players are batting for -a .311 average, in Big Ten games, which is good for a team in any league. Michigan's place in the…

… Conference standings with eight victories against no defeatscauses the optimists to consider the chances for a perfect; record for the season. In 1923 the Wolverine nine did not meet defeat during the…

… over the Sucker cinderpath experts. The latest blow to the Maize and Blue hopes came in Tuesday's prac-_ tice when Richard Chapman, prem- ier Wolverine broad jumper, pu- himself out of competition for…

… which be appeared the most likely Wolverine prospect be- fore his first leg injury. A slightly sprained ankle will keep another of Michigan's expected point winners, Waldo, out of the Illini meet. Waldo…

…, the Wolverines' steadiest high jumper, showed the most pro- mise in thesHarvard meet when he wvent up to six feet without touching the bar before spiking his hand on his last jump. Since then he has…

May 10, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

… Captain Loos, Oosterbaan, Corriden, ,Weintraubl, .Reilbman, Mc- Coy, Nehelung, Lange, McAfee, As-, beckz, and ' awne. Four pitchers are Included on the roster of the invading Wolverine squad. Coach Fisher…

… named virtvai.rly; the entire Wolverine sqluad, a lthiougrh11 only three men will be allowed to compete in the track events, and four in the field events. Enter Three Men In Each Event The coach of the…

… manner as the Wolverines did last the team, Schaefer is the only player Saturday at Barton, Hills with the ex- who has been defeated, dropping a ceptof that Coh taWnaged to win one hard fought three set…

… duel to h ts Nar- nine of hfs match with Whitaker n hawestern o ponent after a td atch that The Wolverines will probably be lasted well over two hours. representedl by John Bergelin in num- Captain…

February 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

… located both at East Lansing. team. :Minnesota, with six victories, at Ferry field and at the property Th~e Wolverine team was comnposccl one (defeat, and a. tie, is in first place adJocent to the Coliseum…

… winning the special race Fri- first string line-up used in the first and hence, of course, the exact ex- iday night .the Wolverines regained Wisconsin game. In addition to these penditures were withheld…

… the coach-ago ing of the Wolverine eleven during the regular training grind, was re-1 711 North Unihersity Avenue -Next to Arcade T.heatre cently grantedl permission b~y Ka n- sas authorities to cnme to…

…, as a. result. of the, efforts o! Carl Johnson, '20, who is "organizing a Wolverine tour. Johnson, who earned lasting fame in intercollegiate track ci,(,'Os while a membier of Wolverine . : s, went to…

… Columbus where they m'eet thme low=.ly Ohio State five to- morrow night. The Wolverines, lacking floorwork throughout the contest, easily defeat- ed the Buckeyes here a. few weeks ago, 41 to 21, and on the…

…- ing the jumping exclusively against Van Heyde, but since then Van Heyde has improved and will ha- rass the Wolverine center consideor- ably when the two meet again to- morrow at Columbus. Michigani Lire…

…-1'I)Doubtful Chapman also led the Wolverine defense in the "same group with. five I11 re nd(ryCgesHv ~ Grim at the forwards, Van Hleyde at ii A.IDisaistrous Season; Are In ~ center, and Hoctorne and…

May 29, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

… of .714.- By winning the game with the Badg- ers tomorrow afternobn and defeating Ohio State in the final game of the season Saturday, the Wolverines can finish the season in a tie with Iowa with a…

… percentage of .666. Wisconsin May Tie Iowa Wisconsin also has a chance to tie with the Hawkeyes by defeating the Wolverines and taking its final game fron Chicago on Saturday. The Badg- ers have won four and…

… the Michigan victory at' Madison. Stoll is considered the best left hander in the Conference and will. face a Wolverine team for the sec- ond time on Ferry field. Last season the Badger star pitched his…

… teapi to a 6-4 victory over the Wolverines in a (Continued on page Seven) ' George (Buck) Hester Who scored nine of Michigan's 44 1-4 points in the Conference track meet yesterday at Madison, winning the…

… Conference cham- pionship by defeating Wisconsin yes- terday afternoon over the Ann Arbor course, taking every match to win by their largest score of the season, 23-. 1. This is the Wolverines' fourth con-1…

…, while Michigan has lost only one match, that to Purdue by a nar- row margin. Addison Connor repeated his per- formances of last week to stand out 'as} the low man on the Wolverine team' for, the day. He…

May 14, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…PAGE six THE .MICHIGlAN DATL V a:atLU 171 'iLrl'3i4t 11tl LL'1-tl.a1 INS A - SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1927 BASEBALL TEAM TO PLAY CONFERENCE LEADERS TODAY WOLVERINES, ILUE ELEVEN WINS CHA PIONSHIPGRID…

… PITCH AGAIN LOUsynsl May 14-America's ~foremost turf classic, the annual Ken- By 'Clarence Edelsoni Mucy Derby,wilbruatCneil( When the tired and seventh place ukD1y 1)0 run at Churchill Wolverines meet…

… for Wolverine The downs itself is ready for the superiority were Crawford's three gong which announces that the horses hits, Rich's "brilliant catch of a hot are it post. Groundskeeners have beens liner…

… plant is a color- defeated by the greatly improved ful scene with its infield dotted with Wolverines, who gained a complete flower beds and shrubbery in full triumph behind the good pitching of bloom…

… that it is little short of impossible for any collegian to con- trol. Moreover, Michigan has hit him hard in the very early innings of both games in which he has hurled against Wi the Wolverines Opinions…

Wolverine hopes vanish. A hit at this opportune moment might have sent Stewart back to the showers as be- fore. Instead, he was granted the j corner on called strikes and the weak j hitting Wolverines

…- deavor to continue its unbroken string of victories at 2:00 o'clock this afternoon when the Indiana netmen invade Ferry field for the first home Conference match of the 1927 season. The Wolverines with a 6…

January 12, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 1927 K t Nv a ::.:«:.> .. , ........m~:.w.w..N Yom.. own, " ..n..r erw .. u. - + G + .e....,,,,o { ax . r , - 1 e ~ . . -_ , v WOLVERINES TO…

…; team will engage in the all-campus swimming meet at the Union today in preparation for the next Michigan state A. A. U. championship meet. Thie fteam that will oppose the Wolverines will be compsed…

…. Wolverine Defense Strong Michigan's showing against Minne- sota was gratifying in that the de- fense of, the Wolverines worked smoothly and held the Gophers to 20 points; The individual work of Ooster- baan…

… and McCoy was largely respon- sible for the Michigan victory as the Wolverines missed many shots, Har. rigan, who ,played a phenomenal game against Maryland, had an off-night and failed to do effective…

… Michigan loses, it will fall to the second ;division in all probability, while Iowa will be secure- ly entrenched at the top of the Con-. ference with three wins. A victory for, the Wolverines, on, the other…

… Varsity while Rosen- berg and Bailey or Lait willrepresent the yearlings., The regular Wolverine medley team,} composed of Batter, Hubbell, Shorr, and Watson or Darnall will be opposed by Chaffee, Thompson…

… many Conferencef schools to be met in dual meets prior to the Big Ten championship. Min- nesota is regarded as the strongest 'competitors for the titular honors, al- F though the Wolverines are generally…

March 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…:_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY ITYTEM TRAIN FOR WEEK-END PTESP1 NY, MARCH 20, 1928 A CriV~II ,,ES HARVARD MEET IS NOW HISTORY; M,.1IA ILME CORNELL NEXT FOR WOLVERINES mryTA By Herbert Tedder 1 ILL IU…

…~I~ll 'Wietemi atm fMclrthrpeaueydpdt;ae w an track followers has been trying places, one of them a first, and also Crajck Idllica (ltfil IM11l Be Second o figure whly the Wolverines should to win the relay, had a…

Wolverines were of° the dual meet season, Coach Steve regarded ais a favorite, bat such Farrell's Wolverine trackmen will was far fronti the case. SomeIC opposeo Cornell universit~y, their tra- cases of good…

… night at Ithica. Munger did1 not habve enough left Corunell, boasting the strongest to finish second. 'team in recent years, is particularly PatPrond howd hmsef t ~anxious to break the Wolverines' Pat…

November 23, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

… arrive in Columbus early this PlH, CIP I" l 5_2Tiif j anced, overhead game, a superior kick- morning where the Wolverine lar- ° f ru IL i l ing offehse, and an uncanny ability to rier wil viewiththe…

… ruts. Ohio State, ;me of north goal to 'defend, Beta. Thleta PF1 the. field to the 20 yard line Cook the teams the Wolverines wvill have ,kicked off. The ball Was kicked and!I squirmed h~s way thirg…

Wolverines, Joe Horner and of Wisconsin is also a runner of na; Ralph Craig, were .placed onl James E. mean ability. ~Sullivan's AlAeia track team in The conference run is the last meet AllAmei1. for no less…

… than five of the Wolverines a- as Captain Arndt, B~owen, Rearick, Da-~ Six Wolverines gained a place in the vis and Griffen will receive their1 Intercollegiate track finals, at Cam- sheepskin~ in tihe…

August 12, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

… "AMASTER STROKE" Star Comedy, "Pills for Papa" - Bray Pictogi TOMORROW AND SATURDAY ITHAN YOU! CuI ,eet f::::1 FOR RE'' SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY The Wolverine, as it appr~aches the termination of what…

…, our advertisers. A newspaper cannot exist on news alone, even in these times when this commodity is so plentiful! Its expenses are largely borne by its advertisers. This year the Wolverine faced a…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

… Spartans, was unable to cope with Moore's haird ground strokes and smashing overhead and lost to the Wolverine, 6-2, 6-3. Graham, play- ing in his first Varsity match, ran through Bentley in the final…

… rallies at net, but the Wolverines' superior overheads and Parton's fiat forehand 'drives gave them a victory. Algyer and Heaney, teaming to- gether for the first time, easily de- feated Swan and Jennings…

… Gray netmen re- Reserves ...............010 310 x-5 ,,,,;n (aptaii' Buck Rester Who will lead the Wolverines in a dual meet against the Scarlet and Grey trackmen tomorrow at Colum- bus. R OM(THER CE…

… broad jump. The veteran Pat Prout and Eardley are the Wolverine pole vaulters, with Felker and Waldo entered in the high jump. Ketz and Williams are slated to take care of the hammer, while Beamen and…

… Bucks are rated equal favorites with the Wolverines, and it is generally ; predicted that the margin of vic- tory will' be unusually slight for either outfit. The shot put should be a closely con-, tested…

… distance on only two occasions. Neither team has a formidable performer in the javelin, although the Wolverines are slight favor- ites in this event due to the show- 1ugs of Beaman and Knoppe in practices…

February 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… clt Siine Ear1ly Seaisol Defeatt ('oiwh mal's" Wolverines By Cornell Squad GAMES TOIGHT Northwestern at Michigan. Wisconsin at Purdue. Minnesota at Ohio. STROrE FEATURES STERNtTTLE AT STAoplace as a…

… performances Michi- gan is given a slight edge over the Hawkeyes. The Wolverines have scored victories over Indiana, 60-9, 'nd Minnesota, 45-22. Iowa swamped the Chicago natators, 52-17, in their only Big Ten…

… longer 200 yardl race, after having lost the 160 yard event to Minnesota at SWINIMERS WILL Alf AT COLLEGIATE, WORLh NARKS As a special exhibition during the course of the meet, a pickedi group of Wolverine

… of Iowa will meet fast com- petition in Ault and Watson of the Wolverines in the 440 yard swim. Ault is undefeated in Big Ten competition this year, while Watson is a veteran of the 1927 team. Turbett…

… Expert Worlemanship CLARK'SSHOE REPAIRER 321 South State Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine by Wisconsin, Purdue meets the wrestlers, five of whom are unde- Badgers again tonight determined to feated this…

March 13, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

… natk in both the preliminaries and the semiinals. Another Wolverine, Eddie Grods -ky, survived the preliminary heat in the sprint, finishing second to Root of Chicago, but was eliminat- ed in the…

… the semifinals, the Wolverine took fourth place in the consola- tion event. White of Illinois, and Moul- ton of Iowa, proved too much for Al Lomont, Michigan vet- eran, in the half mile and he fiished…

… the Wolverines were concerned was the showing of the two milers. Wuer- ful and Monroe, neither of whom finished in the money. Monroe had to drop out at the half way mark on account of cramps, while Wuer…

Wolverine for him. were Roberts of Iowa and Klein of{ Chicago. The lone Wolverine entry in the high jump, Felker, tied for first with five others at 5 feet 9 7-8 inches. After the conipe- tition had been…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

…, and Moore Compose olverlne SquadE .H IN EVERY SET htate's tennis tears prov- hi for the Wolverine net- anlnr LLNI lGRINNELL4'S ,STAR DISCUSn HURLER lN INE TO M ( R R 0W PL CE S FIR ST ,A T K A N SA S…

…. Horns-, hie Wolverines, experlenc- by knocked out a, home run in this ulty in disposing of Cap- game. The Cardinals retained first hott of the Spartan out- place in2 the senior circuit by dlown- sets, 6…

… third e day by d4owning I arle- *Stephlens captured the from Clovin of the StateE ght sets, 6-1, 6-3. Alyger M swreep of the singles the Wolverines by down- partan number five man, miatch, 6-i, 6-3. tles…

… matches Barton and Wolverine team defeatedl der'shott and Farleman, per onie doubles combina- set match, 6-0, 6-3. TheI bir had! no difficulty in first set, but their op-{ layed much better tennis A frame…

… Mathier. Th~e Wolverines -woi thle , estern Coniference chami~onship Yrithi a total of ten victor'ies and two dle- feats. In thieir game~s outside the Confer- ence they m~et.'defeat only once, los- ing to…

February 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Attack} MVATIIERTELLS OF GAME n Puru well-balanced team, a fakt combination that proved particularly SznLgpueav tVntRh s yKB n adept in basket shooting, deservede the victory over the Wolverines in the…

… Free Coach Joseinh E. Jlarss, Frances WiH snot, minor sports manager, andl 12 payers on the hockey team will leave at 2:26 P. M. today for Mladi- son, Wis., where tomorrow and Sat- urdlay the 'Wolverine

… Minniesota is met the won ictoieinl three of the four m>atch. Guzek won from him, by aL new Wolverine forward combination I bouts which were held with the memn-'fall after five minutes of fighting.,hFin- Of…

… Continental (NewYork City), Rialto (Provi- .dence,R.I.), Bankhead (Birmin gham, Ala.), Deer Park Hotel (Deer Park, Md.-summer only), and the Wolverine (Detroit). The Wolverine is right down town, close to the…

Wolverine now' being refinished and redecorated throughout. Every. convenience. Moderate rates ($2.50 -and up.) Garage facilities near. Dial '7147. Miss Carson with L. D. CARR DUNCAN HOTELS CO. ELIZABETH…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… win from Northwestern and a 'defeat at the hands of Wiscon- In the first game of. the trip with Northwestern the Wolverines experi- enced little troubl~e in carrying . off honors, .although the Purple…

… and White played better basketball than they displayed on their recent in'va- sion of Ann Ardor. Defense "Strong- .At no time did Northwestern threat- en the Wolverines, for the latter were leading 'by…

…,-respon- biblea for 19 of the Wolverine points. He figured considerably, in the de- fense with Paper., Hard luck shtots and Wisconsin's pm' handball doubles tournament this afternoon at the handball courts inj the…

… basement of Waterman gvmn a-, NOW $1.00 gettin~g the breaks, spelled defeat for the Wolverines in this air-tight af- fair". Although. the Badgers never. se- cured the tip-off in one wi'tance dlur- ig the…

… game they held the Wolver- i ines scoreless from' the . field 'in the first half. Every man on both teams played: a hard game, and the contest was one of the cleanest rough gamesI that a Wolverine team…

April 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

… home team baffled throughout. Athens, Georgia, was the next scene of action where the Wolverines lost the first of a two series to the Bull- dogs by the score of 3 to 2. Dixon pitched shutout ball until…

…'s battle.when, with Howard Liverance in the box, the Wolverines took a 12 inning game from the Bull- dogs by the count ofil5 to 3. Michigan tied the score in the eighth by scoring two runs which made the…

… route. At Camp Benning the Wolverine nine took a double header by the scores of 9 to 8 and 11 to 0. Mudd was assigned the task of taming the doughboys in the opening encounter, and succeeded very well…

… pitched for the Wolverines and shut out Vanderbilt for eight frames, while his mates had accumulated a three run lead for him. In the fatal ninth Vanderbilt got the Wolverine hurler in a hole, and scored…

… the enemy's five hits well scattered. Knode, Kipke, Paper and Roby fea- tured the contest ,by their hitting. Throughout the entire trip the hit- ting of Knode, Kipke, and Paper, kept the Wolverines

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… __ .. . II i -,1J'.; ,, : .... " " f ." " .;,:r . * li.i _...... S TEAM LEAVES ITEASTERN MATCHES tell meet the Wolverines. Fisher is the fourth player. Big Day at Cornell Saturday is…

… mile and the ham- mer throw, with Dooley acid Sprugh in the former and Redmon in the lat- ter excelling the Wolverine entries. In a third, the mile, the Maroons are thought' to have the edge, Krogh be…

…- ing a man who is fast and hard to beat. In all other events, however,. the Wolverine men are easily the su- perlor of their opponents, and the final score of the meet should show, Michigan leading by a…

… this week. ' Just returned from Ohio State where they played their best game of the{ season, the Wolverines are in top form, and do not expect to go into the ninth inning several runs behind, as was the…

… seasons the Irish- Wolverine games have been fiercely' contested, the Catholics occasionally overcoming Michigan teams which de- feated all other comers in this section. Yesterday afternoon after a light…

August 17, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

… rday Afternoons. Maynard Street. al, 2414. except Saturday. signed, the signatures ut as an evidence of red in The Wolverine led to the office. o consideration..No r enclses postage. se the…

Wolverine as they have to the present one. Our success in the past has been due to the co-operation of our read- ers; the future Wolverines will depend upon the same thing. For this reason we hope that our…

… read- ers are satisfied with the paper and will be glad to take the next Wolverine, after having tried this one. Editorial Comment - r DOES EVERYBODY WORK BUT FATHER? Clyde A. Brown, acting director of…

… reward see our University even greater than -The 1919 Wolverine. SWAN SONG issue The Wolverine discontinues pub- hroughout the summer twenty-five is- peared, but the end of the Summer ses- ear, the need…

August 11, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

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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…

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