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April 19, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY *ASIDE * LINES e 0 ....'3By IRVIN LISAGOR - l Dixie Diary .. . WINTRY SCENES in southern climes . . Rain cancelling Ohio Wesleyan game, granting Wolverine baseball entourage…

… the game's greatest shortstops .. . Walter Johnson, in the stands at Maryland watching his son, Eddie, who is a second baseman, pitch the last two frames against the Wolverines . . . Bill Terry, Jr…

… vigilante guarding the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, walk- Wolverines Fishman Hurls Wol In Opening Bid To Regain Title R Final tall; Same Lineup That Played 3, sleet, hail On Southern Trip Will 2. That's ti…

… indicative if not ul in the won and lost col- sing the averages, the fol- clusions may be logically Defense Strong t base; Leo Beebe, catcher and Fish- (1) The Wolverines will be a strong; man, pitcher…

…, center field; Beilita, year. Last year's composite average catcher; Capt. Jack Gerlach, short- of .197 leaves plenty to be desired, al- stop; Howard Radder, left field; Al tough9teWolverines hit a cool…

… rivals afield. In A.A.U. Bid Game highlights in brief follow: Proceedings started inauspiciously Sagainst Virginia, the Wolverines los- K~asley IS Lone Wolverine ing 5 to 4. Dobson started, was driv…

September 20, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

… Ebling. The heavy preponderance of material here presages a pssible sweep of four palaces inz the Big Ten Meet. Breast Stroker Returns Wolverine strength is carried over into the breast stroke. Johnny…

… here. The opposition in the Big Ten should come from defending cham- pion Ohio State. The Columbus crew, with all its name swimmers, will tangle with the Wolverines in what should turn out to be just a…

… dual meet between the two clubs. In the rest of the loop, .Northwestern will be stronger but not strong enough to thre ,ten the stranglehold which the Buckeyes and the Wolverines have on Western…

… deiendirg national champion, having annexed the title at Rutgers last year. In New Brunswick, the outcome of the meet was not de- cided until the last event, the 400- yard relay, which the Wolverines won. As…

… a result of this victory and Har- vard's nosing out of Ohio State for second place, the Wolverines eked out a 46-45 decision over the highly fav- ored Buckeyes. Harvard finished third with 36 points…

…. The meet this year should be just as thrilling. With the Columbus squad anxious to revenge what they are wont to term a fluke victory and an even stronger Wolverine tank team eager to prove the reverse…

…, Michigan, under Matt Mann, has raised another swimming Colossas. Gradually the Wolverines superseded the Eli squad but until last year had never beaten them in a dual meet while the Blue had been Kiphuth…

May 08, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

… burden ever be lifted Mich- igan runners will probably again take part in the sport. In the annual Con- ference meet each fall, the Wolverines rarely managed to head the field, but usually placed anywhere…

… from second to fifth. Water Polo: The Wolverines had a team in the twenties. However the sport was crossed off the list in the early thirties. Matt Mann offered three reasons for the dis- continuation of…

….-(Special to the Daily)-Minus the services of their number one racqueteer, Neil Levenson, the Wolv.erine tennis team fell before the University of Chicago Big Ten champions. 9-0, this after- noon in the field…

… doubles set-to, Chicago's famed Murphy twins, ranking doubles team of the Mid-West, downed Percival and Hen- ry Cohen, 6-2, 6-0. The Wolverines were unable to take a single set in the nine matches, and the…

March 11, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

… Placed On AP All.Conference W t CHICAGO, March 10.-()-The With 3 oals 1938 Western Conference alstar bas~- Wolverines Favored To Repeat As Conference Trackmen Clash James Scores Two Tallies As Team…

… departments that Illini.1 Fisher is concentrating most of his attention. The Wolverines started out withl Refuses To Predict Gib James goal just one minute af- ter the first face-off and led all the Queried…

…. Wolverine hopes received a slight setback when it was learned that Danny Zehr. Northwes- tern's great backstroker, the man on whom Michigan dependent to defeat Ohio State's Bill Neunzig in the dor- sal swim…

… cindermen as- sembled here prepared to battle it out for team and individual honors. There was small prospect of the in- door crown, worn for five consecutive years by the Michigan Wolverines, undergoing a…

… and Indiana moved in with every intention of giving the Wolverines a going over, perhaps of carrying it as far as relieving them of their title while the smaller fry are primed to walk off with a few…

…, seem to have a more tenacious grip on their titles. Both have added events to their repertories. Watson, the "one man track team" has taken over the sprint chore for the Wolverines while Fenske added the…

… the Wolverines will be out for re- venge over, "Two-Bit" Meyers of the Hoosiers. The Indiana star has held the title for the past two years. These men will find the way to the title a bit rough due to…

… 135 pound title back to the Wolverine school. His greatest opposition will come from Archie Deutschman of the Illini. Joe Roman of Indiana should be counted on to pick up some points for Coach Thom. The…

January 22, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… Jake Townsend was one of the nation's finest cagers. "Jake is liable to make me into a good coach yet," said the Wolverine mentor . . Jake Vs. Jean ... . TONIGHT'S WILDCAT-WOLVER- INE cage clash renews a…

…'s supreme dis- appointment. "That's why I got such a great kick out of beating Northwes- tern twice last year," observes Jake. Wildcats Fight Wolverine Five For Hoop Lead Leading Title Contenders To Battle…

… posts. Ad Vance, whose 22 points this year have helped the Wildcats no end, and Bob Voigts are other important reserves. Coach Cappon unhesitatingly ad- mits that if the Wolverines are able to surmount…

… the eighth round. When the curtain rises at 7 Rallies In Ninth Round fans will see co-captain John Braddock's spectacular finnish, in of the Wolverines clash w the end of the eighth roundo'6......King…

…- Thomas will be out to se vorite in the betting. The Britton, points for the Wolverine squ who had been mainly picked on the he faces Bob Reynolds of th basis of going the 15 round limit with delegation…

January 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

… the holiday season as in the past few years, the team has been working out daily during the past week and appears to be in good shape. Last season the Wolverines man- aged to eke. out a one point margin…

… Coach Cliff Keen to juggle his men around during the final week of practice in order to find the best combination for his starting team. Leading the Wolverines will be Co-captains Earl Thomas and John…

September 20, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1938 ___________________WSW___________ Spartans Seek Fifth Triumph Over Michigan Pingel, Nelson Duo Offers Chief Threat To Hopes Of Wolverine Fans (Continued…

… a letter winner, Ken Johnson and Ken McCarren, plus a promising crop of sophomores, and the Wolverine golf- ing picture for 1938-39 is fairly bright. Yearlings Show Promise Frosh numeral winners, all…

… Rhame while Fred Dannesfelser that another such journey is planned of Toledo and Bob Forsythe of Ann for this year. A total of eight matches Arbor complete the group. were played and the Wolverines cap…

January 23, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

…,6-3, NEW YORK, Jan. 22.- (:) -Jim 12 Braddock, back in the heavyweight 9. By WolverinesI Powerful Foes In Slow Game picture as a result of his 10-round __By STEWART FITCH victory over British Tommy…

…- - - -- --------- kss.t around the mats, Coach Cliff Keen's legiate swim championships. check when it was most necessary. n in some circles as basketball.- But Not Your wrestlers downed last year's eastern The Wolverines

… matching strokes with three James, Smack Allen. and Johnny hoo Sizzling Porterhouse Steak tarn John Speicher defeated Carl of the strongest dual meet teams in Fabello split the Wolverine scoring Sizzling…

… Gib James, above, five Wolverines by chalking up a win over ine will be in top shape for the battle.: making an offside or in any other way aboutsh observed that it would be L. Beef Tenderloin Steak…

…, offensively. on the Wolverine was able to stay the nation's most powerful dual meet here and Charley Sweeney pushed er to getmrime tocaty i Special T-Bone Steak, Sauce ahead of his rival, although Craigh- team…

… his opponent for three TpPassing is virtually unheard of in - 45e minutes, Thomas was able to win his ably be one of the most closely fo The Wolverines second marker this rough and tumble league. It is…

May 24, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

… ;ether rounds of 80 and 74-154. Bill Barclay, number one man on ,he Wolverine outfit was in fourth e place four shots higher than Evans. a Bill proved to be the master of the f first nine on the wooded…

… the second time he toured the lay- out. , Palmer In Fifth Place 'Bob Palmer was second low man among, the Wolverines, carding 80- 78-158. This placed him in a tie with Minnesota's Billy Cooper for the…

… last night at Toledo was cancelled because of wet grounds. The game may be played at a later date but no definite time has been set. would enable the Wolverines to end the season with an even .500 record…

… here the luck of the draw put the finishing touches on Wolverine hopes. Chicago, overwhelming favorite to retain the crown, was the Wolverine opponent in 4 first and one second round matches; The fact…

… up to aug- ment the team's prospects. Maroons Sure To Repeat Next year, however, liKe the one just past, will see the Wolverines fighting for third place. Chicago loses only Johnny Shostrum, their…

April 21, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

… pitches with the bases filled to force Tony Rensa across with the Sox' fourth and ty- ing run. IL KO's On Thrill P 4 ek-e d Card Virgil Young, Wolverine Lightweight, Wins By Knockout In Second (Continued…

…'s first two Conferenc matches of the season this weekend The Wolverines meet Indiana tomor row afternoon and take on the Illi ni Saturday, both at Champaign. Coach Leroy Weir named the seven men who made…

… Ed Morris. Pointing Fr These The Wolverines, who won three o their five eastern matches, are fas rounding into shape for the 1 matches they must play in the nex 23 days and have been pointing to ward…

… the two contests this weekend Last year the Illini offered practi cally no resistence to the Wolverine netters and fell before a 6-0 on slaught. Their material this seaso does not appear to have improve…

… dumped the Wolverines 4 to 2, continues this week--end in a two game series at Illinois. Fifteen Varsity men leave at 1 p.m. today bound for Champaign and the Friday and Saturday tussles. The following…

… Fishman, Burt Smith, Russ Dobson, and Ed Andronik. Badger Loss Hurt A determined spirit motivates the Wolverines this week-end. The Bad- ger defeat was not a pleasant dose. It hurt to drop a game which…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… yes- terday afternoon in preparation for their opener against the Michigan State Spartan tonight at the Field House. The entries posted by Coach Charlie Hoyt indicated that the Wolverines will throw…

… hurdle&, will more than have his hands full with able Wolverine hurdlers Gedeon and Kel- ley. 440 Chances Good Only the fact that both teams are limited to two entries in the quarter saves the State forces…

… cutting into the Mo.e of this later. But as far as Saturday's dual meet goes,n1 m confident Mike Peppe must wait a little while longer. It looks like the Wolverines will finish the festivities some four or…

… swing the meet. Give the Wolverine duo 14 or 16 points in 50 and 100. And Michigan willi need this Matmen Leave For East; Meet Tern ie, Lebid Wolverines Rated Favorite Over Owls; Engineers Have Strong…

… tough hick match. This year the Wolverines are set to make up for their mediocre showing of last year and are favored to take this import- 1nt tournament, By far the outstanding match of "he meet will be…

… Cameron lost his match last year, however he was working in the 135 division. This time he will rep- resent the Wolverines in the 126 pound class against Frank Burnett. Co-captain Thomas suffered the same…

May 08, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

… BENJAMIN Indiana and one of her strong-arm sons, hefty Bill Smith, had too much on the ball for Michigan's baseball team yesterday as the Wolverines dropped their fifth Conference game of the season 4 to 1…

… and two were Michigan gifts. The Wolverines' only tally was the di- rect result of a Hoosier error in the second. Johnny Hobson dropped Danny Smick's terrific clout in cen- ter, and it fell for two…

… left, scoring Smith. Run number three crossed on Frank Filchok's infield out. Wolverine Attack Fizzles The Wolverines were still in a giv- ing mood in the fourth, and the Hoo- siers were gratefully…

… as Heldt scampered all the way home for the Hoosiers' last run. That was all-despit occasional rumblings by both teams-until the eighth. The Wolverines had all their power on tap that inning, but their…

… :C. Culver, Michigan. Distance: 23 feet 9 5/8inches. N.U. Golf Team MeetsVarsity Purple Faces Wolverines Here Tomorrow It'll be nip and tuck at the Uni- versity golf coursettomorrow when Nortnwestern…

January 13, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

… Northwestern and Michigan were sail- the woods, however, as they met the ing along at the top undefeated. Wolverines next and lost their second The Wildcats have three victoriesj in a row. to their credit…

… see Iowa's unheralded quintet games for an average of 33 and 1/3 step into the picture and whip the per game thus rating second only to Hoosiers 48 to 39 to further compli- the Wolverines who have given…

… Coach Matt Mann's varsity swim team will be initiated into Intercollegiate com- petition this Saturday afternoon when the Wolverine natators open defense of their Big Ten and National col- legiate…

… specialties in pre-season exhibition meets and should be instrumental in sending the Wolverines off on the trail to titledom. Won Easily Last Year Indiana, which succumbed easily in last year's engagement with…

… Mich- igan, losing a 64 to 20 decision in which the Wolverines won every first place, is not expected to extend the Wolverines. Jack Wolin, a diver, is the class of '40's representative in that event…

November 26, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…THE M GCHIGADAIY PAGE Elevens To Battle Before 102,000 Today Wolverines' Marks Up For Approval ..,..... s s \9\ I e . Coach Oosterbaan Will Stress Speed In Michigan Cage Attack JACK KASLEY…

… By TOM PHARES1 Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan's new head basketball coach, will this sea-{ son introduce to Wolverine fans an. offensive weapon little used during the "Townsend era"-the fast break. For…

…- tion. Bill Watson, Wolverine track cap- tain, and Elmer Gedepn, varsity hurdler, are also slated for recogni- BILL WATSON tion. Watson put the s-pound shot 70 ft. % in. at Randalls Island, N.Y.j on July…

… through a two-hour ' practice at the Coliseum last night in a manner which brightened the Wolverine hockey hopes for the coming year. With the opening game against McMaster University only two weeks off…

December 11, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

… points Michigan broke up a game that had been vacumatie all the way with a short burst of firehorse tactics in the second half. The flurry was featured by, a fancy Wolverine offensive trick which went the…

… thei Wolverines, with Capt. Leo Beebe as playmaker. in the backcourt, shelveds last season's Meticulous system for al faster passing and more fluid attac.) F1 ast break a la Pudue was used only when…

… in scoring, but in general. all round playing. The Wolverines had a total of five penalties called against them, but with excellent defensive tactics while playing shorthanded they, were able to keep…

… the vsiitors scoring at a minimum. Both Cooke of the Wolverines and Allen of Western pulled the prover- bial hat trick when they eached scored three goals. Doran and Chad- wick the other two Michigan…

…! elapsed Calvert of the Wolverines was placed in cold storage in the pen- alty box for tripping. It was during this penalty time that Allen pushed across the first and second goals of the game. As the period…

May 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

… their home schedule this weekend at the Palmer Field courts. The Wolverines are hosts at a tri- angular meet this weekend which will see both the Northwestern and Ohio State squads taking part with the…

… Weirmen. Today the Varsity plays Northwestern. Tomorrow Ohio State and the Wildcats clash, and Satur- day the Wolverines return to action against the Buckeyes. Game time today is 2 p.m. The return to action…

… championship Chicago squad. Crisler Ends Spring Practice Satur Wolverine grid ailments which and insufficient blocking out in front tors as past reputation m caused a chronic bogging down for f he runner on end…

… opponent and helps a better meal. hold up the morale of the home team.AA Shoddy tackling also played its part ARBORSPRINGSWATERC PAN in the mediocrity of the Wolverine Phone 8270 gridders. "Too much arm, not…

…, HELEN DROPS ONE GAME LONDON, May 1l.-(P)-Helen Wills dropped only one game today as she defeated Miss H. R. E. Bullen, 6-1, 6-0, in the third round. WM. B. AMSTUTZ 607 Wolverine Bldg. Phone 8946 rthe A…

May 07, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

… him in shape for Ohio State and the Con- ference championships. A rest will put him right again." Doug Hayes, Wolverine quartei miler will also put in a day of com- parative rest, limiting his…

… Indiana nine, second in the Big Ten last season, will attempt to keep the erratic Wolverines from making it two straight Conference victories this afternoon at 2:30 on Ferry Field. Herm Fi hman who…

…, 'a high class jumper who may take Allen. 3. Watson, Michigan, 16 points for "the one man track team." Andronik Goes R o41t- Errors feature Game Kremer Breaks Into Hit Column As Wolverines Get Nine…

… Safeties (Continued Prom Page 1) Smick's high fly in center, the ball :ropping safely for a double. I Ypsi received their first taste of Wolverine charity in the same inning. Walsh singled off Peck's glove…

… in left, Don Brewer dropped it, and Everett scored. Thank little Augie though. He tried to stretch it and was out, Pink to Lisagor, for the somewhat painful Wolverine victory. . Summaries Small But…

April 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

… Collegiate swimming to face his visitor.j crown last week, 16 Wolverines were "You remember me!" the stalwart youth began, expectantly. announced Varsity award winners l Raking his memory with a furrowed brow…

…, Oh'io. for two weeks, wondering whether he'd ever be able to swim again. The Wolverines retained their Na- Judging by his recent successes, one would surmise that he made a tional Collegiate title…

… and tavern keeper, Ed hadn't seen much of dual meet record.! both losses handed' the world until reaching Michigan. "And .then, smiled the Wolverine cap- them by the Scarlet Scourge of O.S.U. tairi, "I…

…- Save -D6 plied. Others are chronic and write finis to the players' careers. This year has been no exception as far as the Wolverines are concerned. To date, Dan Smick, Burt Smith, Russ Dobson, Pete…

March 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… leader, Smack Allen. Sextet Engages Strong Toronto Foe Tomorrow Comparative Records Give Michigan Even Chance Against The, Canadians, Wolverine hockey fans will be treated to probably the finest exhibi…

… Michigan's. However, they split with Minnesota in a two-game series, and Michigan has divided four games- with the Gophers. So from comparative rec- ords, the Wolverines have a 50-50 chance of winning…

…, and then spurt to the finish mark. In this race, as in the medley, the team that took second didn't have the power to force a fast pace. Wolverine mermen Ed Kirar and Walt Tomski finished one-two in the…

… petition was filed under Kearns' real name, John J. McKernan. The End Of An Era Buckeye-Wolverine Combination Is A Swimming Coach's Dream Monday night marks the end of an era in Michigan basketball. It…

…'s the final performance of the Wolverines' incomparable captain, John Townsend, who climaxes his last year as the shining light of Michigan basketball history. I i. , ! -I Phi Psi Takes j Hockey…

June 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

….: .. NE 4, 1938 TUF MIC UIC A N fit A IT V n a M04k -0r A- k 194£ IA 117 -V11Pt IIL, I FAGS TH.uRuE r, 17 , "T T " W U T T7 . f A t Theta Xi Whips Phi Delts, 7-4 For I-M Title, Wolverines

… home plate before the 'inning ended. The Phi Delts scored their last run in the sixth on Dolas White's double and Tobin's second bingle, a single to left. Wolverines Win Title In the' Independent league…

April 20, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Muff Chances To Win As Wisconsin Piles UpAnEarly Lead Fishman Relieved After Sixth Inning By BUD BENJAMIN The 90 precious feet from third base to home plate proved to be death valley to Michigan…

… chasing a little pop bunt, and the stage was set for the Badger brace of runs. Wolverines Mix Signals' The Michigan eighth resulted in faux pas number two. With the bases loaded and none out, Bob Campbell…

… smacked a good single to right. The Wolverine base procession for some strange reason failed to set sail, only one run scored as a result, and Walt Peckinpaugh was trapped along the unlucky 90 paces and…

… promptly scored as Capt. Bob Gerlach socked the first of his three hits of the afternoon, a sharp single to center. Badgers Score In Fourth Back came the Wolverines. After Charley Pink had popped to Andy…

… ahead again in the fourth on two extra knocks, a double by A Dismeir and a triple by Norm Olson down the right field line. Hinrichs passed Kremer in the Wolverine fourth, but. Campbell 'forced him at…

… second, Trosko lined out, and Bob was thrown out by Bietila when he attempted to steal Wisconsin went down in order in the fifth, Gedeon's hit was all the Wolverines had. to offer, and it wa still 2 to 1…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

… i,' breaker Murman. ! ficersFor1TaiIewd the 12 mile:; of ice between 1he rescue shios and the scientistsj it I I all (ledfir O'. Visitors Prove Sirrise To Wolverines; England Plays Bang-Up Hockey…

… en combination proved too much for the Paris, Ont. hockey club and the Wolverines chalked up their ninth win by a 3-2 score. The game, played at the Coliseum last night, was witnessed by approximately…

Wolverine Tom Hay- nie after tiailing him for 200 yard, n the last 20 yards to win the 220 yard free style race in 2:13.6. Macionis put in a surprise appear- amce in the 200 yard breast stroke and again caine…

… from behind, this time to make up a ten yard deficit and beat out Wolverine Johnny Haigh. Captain Ed Kirar and Haynie proved to be the Michigan stars. Kirar took the century race in 0:52.8, fast time…

September 20, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

… Time Golf Charles Kocsis, he curly-headed ,bers of the United States Walker cup Wolverine golf ace of several years back has forsaken big time compe- titive golf, for the present at least, in order to…

… devote his best efforts to his new job with a large automobile plant in the Motor City. Kocsis and Johnny Fischer, 1937 National Amateur champion, lead the Wolverines to two National In- tercollegiate…

… crowns, and several Conference titles besides copping most of the individual collegiate tournaments. This year, both of the "Wolverine birdie twins" were selected as mem- team which successfully turned…

June 04, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 179) • Page Image 2

… Ransom and Gerald Stoetzer. La- Verne Gutscher and Francis Taft will {represent the College of Pharmacy and Edward Marceau and Samuel Wolverine To Stay Open In Sulmimer The Michigan Wolverine, student…

Wolverine will furnish sum- mer positions for approximately forty students. The same schedule of prices will be maintained during the summer as during the regular term. Cooperative Book Exchange Planned…

May 25, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

…THE, MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Linksrnen Finish Third Behind Gophers, N Vildcatc Individual Title' Is Again Won By Richardson Palmer Leads Wolverines;: Barclay, One Shot More, Ties For Fifth Place…

… - three sopho- mores on the Wolverine outfit, fin- ished third among his teammates with a.total of 317 and Tom Tussing, was foui'th three shots higher. Captain Al Karpinski proved to be the biggest…

… winner in the last two conference meets, was elected to lead the Michigan track team in the coming season. He is from Saginaw, Mich. Yates Defeats ui Ex- Wolverine Fischer Falls In British Tourney…

May 13, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… intensive play yesterday by taking an 8-1 trouncing from Coach Paul Benett's Northwestern squad. Hank Cohen was the only Wolverine to win in the singles, going three sets to down Mac7 Milne 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. The…

Wolverines are forced to for-1 go an expected day of rest today. Due to a schedule mixup the Wolver- ines must play Purdue today- at the same time that Northwestern meets Ohio State. The matches will be played…

… clouts-so handy in those nip and tuck affairs. Series Unpredictable Anyone who tries to dope Michi- gan's chances in this series is wast- ing his time. The Wolverines are that kind of a' ball club-in today…

…, c liaas, sa Fishman, p Kilmer or Dagenhard, p By ROY HEATh Only one thing bothers Michigan track coach Charlie Hoyt and it isn't Larry Snyder's Ohio State tracksters whom the Wolverines engage Satur…

May 01, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

Wolverine netmen a 5-4 vic- tory over Michigan State. Greatly improved for the most part, tle Weirmen' split the singles con- tests with the Spartas and took the number two and three battles to win their…

…, the Wol- verines rallied to reach point after winning the first sets and trailing in the second. Advantage changed ' several times in both contests before the Wolverines finally were able to put away…

…, Hoosier veteran, hand- ed the Wolverines their only setback in the match when he carded a 76 and gained three points from Capt. Al Karpinski. In the other pairings Bill Barclay.I turning in a 76, defeated…

… in the Central A.A.U. indoor meet at Chicago. Ralph Lays Back Ralph's instructions from Wolverine Coach Charlie Hoyt were to lay back and let the masters do the running under the misapprehension that…

April 28, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

… change, they may be used. Let's hope they do change. Start- ing Friday the Wolverines have eight ball games in 12 days beginning Fri- day and Saturday with two games against Purdue. Hurry up pitching stars…

… reserve yes- terday and opened their home season at the Ferry Field.Courts with a de- cisive victory over the Kalamazoo College team. The score was 7-2. The Wolverines clinched the match early in the…

… Detroit was, named the recipient of the Bissell Trophy, given by the former Wolverine cap- tain to the freshman showing the most improvement during the season. Butler competed in the 126 pound class. The…

March 06, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…. Encouraging his star to shoot more often became an acute problem with Coach Cappon, and the Wolverine mentor's impatience was infrequently exhausted by Jake's unwillingness to make points for himself. Tomorrow…

… turn the trick, and maybe your verbal appreciation of a glorious career will help him along. Hail And Farewell ... TWO OTHER WOLVERINES fade out of the cage picture against the Wildcats-Herm Fishman and…

… the Flint senior will play for a few minutes anyhow. He can't resist the yen to bow out in action. DOTS AND DASHES: The Wolverine vote Frank Lane of Detroit as the best referee they've had this season…

Wolverines Get Three Firsts third, Ind.; fourth, Marq. Time after trailing midway in the first half, In the individual events Michigan 3:20.4 (Betters Carnival record, Minnesota defeated Wisconsin, 35 to…

January 13, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 79) • Page Image 7

…'s basketball team today. Officials: Emmet Garrett and Tom, (1) Did the Wolverines play over Cunningham. their heads against Illinois? First Period (2) If not, what caused their Scoring: None. Penaltis: Kroll…

…, slump against Ohio State two nights Bredeson. later?S (3) What will the week-end Second Periodn) bring?r8:47 ig 1)all lenue)s0s00sen- In a nutshell that summarizes theI Wolverines' position in the hectic…

January 12, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, MN. 12, 8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T Hockey Team1 Starts Drive For - _ Rough Tussle Is Anticipated ASE By-Wolverines By IRVIN Weight Advantage Gives EDITOR'S NOTE: That mad mis- creant…

… Michigan's hockey when it plays the second game. club to report the two-game series Making the trip are Captain Bob the Wolverines will play with Minne- Simpson and Bucko Smith, defense- sota on Wednesday…

… tonight. ters of hockey. Mariucci has a phil- The Wolverine's chances in to- osophy that's simple, and free of eth- night's encounter are hard to fore- ical distinctions-he has a job to do, cast. Michigan…

Wolverines have yet to place anyone up near the top. Jake Town-FR IE N I send is the only one within striking distance, with a total of 24 points for the two contests the Varsity has played. Badgers Surprise…

January 09, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

…NEBRASKA ... 38 34 CHICAGO......34 CALIFORNIA .. 32 STATE Indians_45-37; T'ide Sextet Defeats Fast Michigan Tech Buc Puckmen Swamp Miners 7-1 Movini- Wolverines Meetj keyes Here Monday Night' I GE…

… the elusive Conference cage the game with his hard body checks {Harold Olsen's squad have one edge crown, the Wolverines dare not un- which kept the visitors from getting over the Wolverines-that being…

… five feet, eleven doubtedly still fresh in the cagers The northerners' defense proved I inches and Boughner at six feet. mind, and there will be no let-down ineffective against the Wolverine's The…

May 26, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

… Michigan Wolverine Student Co- they have returned to school, note operative, Inc.: The date for payment holders who will return in Septem- of members' notes has been set ahead ber are urged to apply their…

… notes to May 28, 1938, and members may to this deposit.- obtain payment on that date or dur- The Wolverine will close on June on Aug. 19. Present memberships are applicable for use during the sum- mer…

May 20, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DA ILY Colhen Defeats Riley For Only Wolverine Win Chicago Holds Big Lead After First Day's Play; Drawings Hurt Varsity By ART BALDAUF t EV A N STO N, I., a y 1 9.- Spei a here for the…

… annual three-day Con- ference match, fell by the wayside in five of the six singles divisions first round matches 1Played today. Henry Cohen, playing in the number five spot, was the only Wolverine to live…

February 20, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… Nazis the Buckeyes had too much power for erected behind Hitler's rostrum in critical questions rmained a secret. .Essay Awards the Wolverine swimmers. Even Cap- thbut the subject of endless speculation…

… of rains.s McNUTT OPPOSES WITHDRAWAL Wolverines Suffer Fourth Loss In Five Conference Starts; 6 Ties li Game .Townsenid Is High Scorer With .14 By BUD BENJAMIN Michigan's lingering hopes for its first…

… Big Ten basketball title since '29 were convincingly buried in the Yost Field House last night, when a scrappy and alert Minnesota quintet handed the Wolverines their fourth Conference defeat in five…

… inaccuracy from the forecourt once more gave the opposition an opportunity to gang up in the back and clog the offensive lanes. The Wolverines had previously beaten the Gophers 31 to 16 in a game, Jan, 16, at…

…. Maki's four baskets kept the visitors in the thick of the fight, while Town- send's pivot shot and tip-in along with his three fouls helped put the Wolverines on par at 16 all at half time. Jim Rae…

…, lanky Wolverine center, opened the second period with an overhand flip from inside, but Maki's fourth long tied it up again at 18 points. Dick whirled prettily in the foul circle for two more Ghoper…

January 19, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

… against Illi- nois and look like real champions. The Wolverines, on the other hand, beat the Gophers rather handily one night and slumped against Wisconsin. The Badgers have a scrappy five. They out- played…

… ner his mar Yo wng hngr- mark a change in procedure. Last year However he has played in one less the Wolverines confined their inter- gawe.er entheni erles sectional tilts to matches at Lehigh regame…

December 14, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 68) • Page Image 3

… their way indicates that Michigan may profit by the same advantage. In the Michigan State game, the Wolverine defense was especially good and if it can smother the Irish for- wards tomorrow Coach…

… for the Wol- verines, scoring two of his team's goals and getting an assist on the other. Reserve played a great defensive game to hold the Wolverines scoreless in the opening period. Chadwick and…

… Everett Doran featured with some pretty stick work. ,Hillberg Scores Soon after the second session got under way Les Hilberg broke loose and the Wolverines scored twice. Midway in the period Hillberg made a…

… and George Cooke swept up the ice from the Wolverine de- fense zone, Hillberg passing to Chad- wick who passed to Cooke in front of the goal and the latter made a beau- tiful shot for the second marker…

…'a great guy. Last season he played more than any Wolverine except John Townsend and was third in -coring ranking behind Townsend and renter Jim Rae. With his ultimate aim for a coach-' ing job always in the…

May 21, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… less than two innings un- der the Wolverine onslaught. Danny Smick and Leo Beebe led Michigan's attack with two bingles apiece. The Wolverines' defensive play was by far their best of season. For the…

… plate. Four Wolverine base-hits coupled with a pair of Mandjiak's own .bon- ers led to the hurler's downfall in the second frame. Leo Beebe, first man up, slapped a Texas leaguer, and counted Michigan…

… his Conference titles in these events. The Wolverines lived up to expecta- tions in all events and added a few surprises along the line to strength- en their title bid. Coach Charlie Hoyt's crew…

…. On the track, the Wolverines quali- (Continued on Page 3) Starr Tag Sale Begins Today, Proceeds TQ Help Educate Under-Privileged Boys The Starr Comonwealth opens its fund drive for under…

May 03, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

… was doing slab The Wolverin grand slam victory duty for the Chisox. was in part due to the strength of Q-How did the Baron fare. herserve sarde a'ae trogh A-He had a scintillating assort te reserve…

… sledding easy at the West Lafayette Country Club today as it trampled Purdue 16-5 inI its third Big Ten golf meet of the1 season. The Wolverines now have a record of three wins and no losses inI Conference…

… play. Michigan took all but one point in, individual match splay, garnering 14 in the five pairings. Only in the four-, somes were the Wolverines hard- pressed. Reiss Shoots 73 Lynn Riess, Michigan's No…

… that "when its close, bet on Michi- gan." That settles close decisions. But look at the goings on in the city of brotherly love. The Wolverines kicked over the traces and generally disrupted the…

…'s tussle. In batting order, the Wolverines will line up as follows: Pink, cf; Brewer, ss; Peckinpaugh, 3b; Kremer, lf; Smick, rf; Gedeon, 1b; Lisagor, 2b; Beebe, c; and Smith, pitch. Tomorrow the Wolverines

October 13, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…. his aversion to the Fascist drive Attention of Student Chairmen and against Jews. Managers is called particularly to Wolverine Cooperative To Adopt Liberal Provisions For Labor, A liberal labor policy…

… dimisworking is 15 hours a week, certain of wage has been adopted by the Michi- the workers who have shown con- gan Wolverine, student-run eating scientiousness and ability are per- co-operative with relation…

April 30, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… includ- ed everything from brilliant pitching to a jumbled batting order, proved fruitless to Michigan's improved base- ball team yesterday as Purdue dumped the Wolverines 3 to 2 in a hotly con- 'tested…

…. The Wolverines had unfortunately, found out three hitters late. Is Fourth Big Ten Loss Purdue's Coach Dutch Fehring, ob- viously distressed at the regretful turn of events, offered to have his side…

April 20, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

… Irked, the Wolverines kept on plug- rings in September, we gather in ging away but Hinrichs had them the velvet. fooled when the hits counted. They This is no precedent; it has been went down in the sixth…

….. ight Bout To Feature All-Star Boxing Show r . k Seeks New Glories Title At Stake As on Siegel Battics Zdan Matches At Field House Tonight At 8 P.M.; Eight Wolverines Entered (Continued irom Page j…

December 07, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… Game Extended ' Two Overtimes By NEWELL McCABE Twelve hundred hockey fans crowd- ed the Coliseum last night as the '38 edition of the -Wolverine hockey sextet pried the lid off the puck sea- son…

… capitalize on two set up shots. Starting the first period, which was also the first game of the season for the visiting team, the Wolverine squad was not able to click. As a re- sult most of the play during…

… "Spike" James credited himself with another stop as he tossed his opponent's shot to .the side. Doran of the Wolverines had the same luck only to be followed by a futile shot. The first score of the game…

November 02, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

… last' month to partici- pate in the regatta. The Michigan1 Club is the only sailing club in the Big Ten,. Cooperative Restaurant Edits 'Wolverine Notes' The Wolverine, men's restaurant cooperative ,has…

… issued the first edi- tion of "Wolverine Notes," a mimeo- graphed newspaper intended to carry news of the cooperative movement. The paper will keep the members in- formed of what the Wolverine and other co…

May 25, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

… a great year, Bill Watson, Charlie oyt's "One Man. Track Team," last night was named to captain the Wolverine track team for next year. The selection of the big Saginaw athlete was made at the annual…

… track banquet held at the Union. He suc- ceeds the late Stevens Mason, Jr. as leader of the undefeated Wolverine track forces, Jack Green, Babylon, N.Y. was named to succeed Bill Bourke as man- ager. 24…

… paced the Wolverines to their second straight Conference out- door championship. His 52 feet 11% inches in the shot established another new Conference record. Among those introduced by Master of…

… Ceremonies Phil Diamond last night were past Wolverine captains Jack Campbell, Chuck DeBaker, Tom Eleerby and Bob Osgood. Other speakers included Doc Carpenter, team physician; Dr. May, veteran (Continued on…

May 21, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

… with a college education- and a fast ball and curve. ,The elongated one who had hurled a no-hitter for the Wolverines against Hillsdale last year and who had been captain and center for the cage team…

Wolverines Qualify (Continued from Page 1) fied seven men in six events, the mile, two mile, and relay events had no preliminary round. Elmer aGedeon and Stan Kelley both came through in the 120 yard high…

… QUALIFIES Wolverine chances in this event, how- 120-yard high hurdie.: Elmer Ged ever, are virtually nil with such en- tariley Keilcy. tries as Ohio State's Harley Howells Shot put -Bill Watson, .Jake Town…

… roster is, to say the least, Last week in an interview over sta- tion WOSU in Columbus Snyder re- vealed just how he regards the high- powered Wolverine trio. "Those three boys would make Ohio State Big…

May 11, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… It Burt ca thank a pair of forgotten1 men in the Wolverine batting order for yesterday's win. With the bigr Michigan guns silenced, Leo Beebe and Pete Lisagor stepped out of hit- ting obscurity to…

… one, of the top-notch Wolverine performances of the year. Smith Is Effectivel Mixing up a good curve and anl effective fast ball, Smith left 11 off the enemy stranded on base, strck out six, and walked…

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