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January 07, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

… however. Other weaknesses in the Wolverine lineup are injury hangovers. Capt. Beebe's taped ankle has slowed him up slightly and Danny Smick's ban- daged forehead is still in evidence Mike Sofiak, who took…

… (C) Nisbet Thomas G Wardley Referee: N. E. Kearns (DePaul); Tmpire: John Schommer (Chicago). Lead Wolverines Into Action Tonight Third Straight Win Is Sougjt Danner Is Il; Newsoni Demands Returns E…

… Samuelson and Chuck the end of November. hopes to get in condition to try out Ross will be on hand to replace any Danner, who speaks several lan- for the Olympic squad, of these Wolverine players. Ivan Reid…

… the holidays. There is little doubt as to who will start in the heavyweight class for the Wolverines, for Forrest "Butch" Jor- dan continued the pace which he has set all year by easily pinning Joe…

January 08, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

… of polish, however, in one important depart- ment. While the Wolverines were ready to mix it at all times and dergonstrated plenty: of intestinal fortitude, the team was sadly lacking on good checking…

… hampered by a lame back and Capt. Leo Beebe and Dan Smick also ailing, the Wolverines never had a chance against the speedy forces of Coach Douglas Mills. Rae, assigned to guard the ever iangerous Lewis…

January 11, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

… (Ont.) A.C. took advantage of two penalties to whip three goals past the under-manned Wolverines last night and hand Coach Eddie Lowrey's team its first defeat in five starts this season, 5-3. The first…

…" James. This made the count 4-3 in favor of London, and it never relinquished the lead, The Wolverines opened the game in impressive style, dominating the play completely in the early minutes. Capt. Les…

… Hillberg, who played an excellent all-around game for the full 60 minutes, counted the first goal, taking a pass ffom Evie Doran, and catching goalie Hemphill off guard at 3:55. However, the Wolverine

January 14, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

… been found that instead of breaking the 200- mark by 1.2 seconds and the 250- by 2.4, the Wolverines had I failed by .1 and .2 respectively to smash the records. All three of these relay marks are held…

… powerful In- diana team and an enthusiastic crowd of Wolverine fans that they still reign supreme in Big Ten circles at the Field House by pulling away to a convincing 17 to 11 triumph over the Hoosiers…

… years of competition and definitely stamps the Wolverines as favored to take their second Big Ten championship in a row. Michigan's Jim Mericka, veteran 136-pounder, turned the tide for the Wolverines in…

January 17, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

… . special attention afforded to that arch rivalry of the ice-Michi- gan versus Minnesota. This week finds the Gopher and Wolverine sextets meeting on Thurs- day and Saturday nights at the Coli- seum. Behind…

…, resulting in a Big Ten draw. "Feeling runs high in nearly all these Wolverine-Gopher con- tests;- one notable fight in Ann Arbor some seven years ago found spectators, coaches, managers, and even the highly…

… Indianapolis on Feb. 15, 1936 According to swimming coach Matt Mann, Skinner will enroll at Michi- gan "unless one of those eastern schools snatches him away." P ukien Seelk Gopher Scalp Wolverines To Be At Full…

… Strength For Series i With their 4 to 0 victory over Illi- nois last Saturday evening a thing of the past, Coach Eddie Lowrey and his Wolverine sextet went through a hard 90 minute practice session last…

… night in preparation for their two game stand this week against the Gophers of Minnesota. Despite the fact that the Wolverines took a considerable amount of bounc- ,.,nnvnss , fnt +h 1 1 Tili n-1 1 lp v…

January 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

… team which has finally proved Coach Larry Armstrong's contention that it is 40 per cent better than its predecessor will meet the Wolverines for the 63rd and 64th contests in the historic Big Ten puck…

Wolverines last season are back. Backbone of the colorful Gopher offense is the mercurial Johnny Ma- riucci, veteran defenseman and the squad's leading scorer since he joined the Gopher ranks last season. Al…

January 20, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

Wolverines came from behind after the Nittany Lions had annexed the first two bouts by decisions. Weidig Is Beaten Tom Weidig, inexperienced Michi- gan sophomore, fell a victim to Carl King's clever grappling…

… Mericka, Wolverine 136 pound- er, took the advantage at the outset and with his opponent, Frank Glea- son, having an advantage of head scissors, the Wolverine used this to his own advantage to pin Gleason…

… State ahead 12-10. Morgan gained the advantage at the start, but was unable to hold the ap- parently stronger Bachman in a see- saw struggle. Buckeyes And Wolverines Meet At I-M In Battle Of Champions…

Wolverines may emerge from a year's submerg- ence and rise again to the pinacle. Patnik Should Win The diving, both first and second places, should be conceded to- the in- vaders. Al Patnik, National cham…

… N G II with an In the quarter, Ohio will have to fight for its points. Welsh and Hay- nie can win but Ed Hutchens may swim instead of the Wolverine cap- tain. For Ohio, it will be between Johnson…

January 21, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

… Tearn Tonight Cellar Awaits Wolverines If They Lose; Stephens Paces Hawkeye's Attack "Blazing Ben" Stephens, the Big Ten's number one scoring threat, leads his resurgent Iowa teammates against a down…

… optimism is not as high as thestalks however. That's because they know what has happened to the Wolverines -and' that they are liable to bounce back with a vengeance one of these nights. And as they put it…

… broke. The injury jinx hit the team, at the same time, the Wolverine sharpshoot- ers lost their touch and as a result the squad has lost four out of the last five cotnests. So tonight it's either win or…

… Hillberg At Defense Post. In Contest At Coliseum By NEWELL McCABE Once again the Wolverine hockey sextet will have a chance to show the, local fans, on home ice, that they can match the Golden Gophers of…

… Defense Powerful Although this year's Minnesota's hockey team is not as powerful as the previous squads they have sent to the Coliseum, it is the Gopher defensive play which kept the Wolverines score- less…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… unusual amount of class. However when the gun sounded the end of sixty minutes of play, Minnesota had completed-its second, straight shutout over the Wolverines with a 4 to 0 score. Before a capacity crowd…

… of Wolver- ine fans John Mariucci, star defense man of the Gophers, took the cheery and booes that were aimed at him and retaliated by bouncing the Wolverine players off the boards and making one of…

…. Starting things offhMari- ucci received a cut across the eye which resulted in more tape being added to his already bandage-hidden face.d Staving off a Wolverine drive in the second period, Goalie Falk of…

… the Wolverines. The first score of the gene came after 18 minutes of play in the first period. Capt. Ken Anderson took a pass from Rheinberger in front of the Wolverine net and the flipped the puck past…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… awaiting their coming with open arms. And just so does Wolverine coach Charlie Hoyt welcome sophomores Warren Breidenbach, Phil Balyeat and Jack Leutritz to his squad. But here complications enter in, for…

… when the Wolverines square off against Michigan State in the first meet. Ross, a strong, smooth- striding runner, took down second in the outdoor Conference meet last spring and, although he has been…

…'s Wolverine track squad gave definite indications that they are rounding into top form as they went through the last in a series of pre-season time trials at the Yost Field House yesterday after- noon. "It…

… looks like a pretty well balanced team with quite a few of the second place men almost as good as the leaders," was the Wolverine men- tor's comment. "The boys appear in good physical condition, and if…

…, has done 49 flat and won the Junior AAU quarter-mile championship last! summer. Hoyt is enthusiastic about prospects for a good mile relay team and ex- pects the Wolverines will improve on their fourth…

January 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

… Iowa, dumped in a short one from beneath the bas- ket, butaHarmon evened that a moment later and the Wolverines drew away to a 38 to 27 lead early in the period, Anapol and Tommy Lind forwards…

… throughout the entire game. The Wolverines outplayed Iowa in every department of the game. They capitalized on 21 of their 70 shots at the basket, while Iowa could hit only 12 times in 71 attempts. Sloppy ball…

January 24, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… be- ore the year is out. The two Wolverine senior linemen will play side-by-side this time in the annual College All-Star-Professional game at Chicago Aug. 30. The contest, which is sponsored by the…

… last inkling of a doubt that the Wolverines are clear- ly superior to whatever the East has to offer. Started Last Year Last year, Coach Cliff Keen's pun- ishing crew amassed no less than 85 points to…

… eastern sports last weekend by whipping Penn State, 16 to 12, and New York A.C., 20 to 8, to make it five in a row since the middle of last season. - More weight can oe lent to the ability of the Wolverine

… going easy in his two victories at Penn State and N.Y.A.C Cagers Lose To Ohio State Quintet_45-31 Pink Injured As Buckeyes Stage Last Half Rally To Rout Wolverines (Continued from Page 1) was a blow to…

January 25, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…- (Continued on Page s) Hockey Sextet Meets Aggies Here Tonighi Wolverine Squad To Seek Comeback After Losses To Minnesota Last Week Michigan's battered but riot dis- heartened hockey sextet will have a chance…

Wolverines brought out the fact that what they lacked in scoring ability they made up with a fighting attitude throughout the game. Stronger Last Year Last year with a much stronger squad than the present team…

January 25, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

… Back, Breast Stroke (Continued from Page 1) Wolverines A nd Charley Pink Click, Bert Stodden, Michigan's hard- fighting defense man will again be in the starting lineup tonight when the Wolverines meet…

… sopho- rT more stars, will probably swim in o both distance events, a Attack Begins Early d Although the meet is scheduled toin begin at 7:30, nine of the Wolverine freshmen and varsity men will start w…

… place in the baseball Hall of Fame. Sisler, who was a first-baseman, played on tle Wolverine nine in the pre-war era. k: r 25% Reduction on MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPORT SHIRTS NECKWEAR BELTS SUSPENDERS…

January 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

… points in 'he 100-yard free-style only because Tom Haynie was the only Wolverine entrant in that event. Johnny Haigh started the breast strokers off in the right direction when he went his 200 yard lap in…

… record for 800-. yards. So Haynie, an all-around swim- mer who holds the record for the 150-yard individual medley, turned in a neat 2:33 to pull the 1939 edi- tion of the Wolverines 21.1 under the old…

…, brought the time Ontario Aggies Rally To -Beat Wolverines, 4-3 Hockey Team Folds Up As Visitors Garner Three Tallies In Last Period By NEWELL McCABE Before a crowd that might well have fitted around one…

… table of an important chess game Ontario Aggies hockey team put on a three point rally in the final period oflast night's contest to hand the Wolverine sex- tet their third straight defeat 4 to 3. Coming…

… onto the ice in the fatal last period Michigan held a safe 3 to 1 margin, and in the previous periods it seemed that when the demand was great enough the Wolverines could garner a tally. As the game…

January 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

… .f ..r . f f:.. .r a ... y. a, _ _T . .x. .,.-.. wi~ onmers Breai Records To I (Continued from Page 1) mier the old mark of 24:04 set by 4e Wolverines in 1935. That made it six records down and…

… record cameup to Haynie in a silver platter. He had but to do :r5 to smash the Olympic Club of an Francisco mark of 7:00.2 for 'P yards. Haynie did 1:44.5 and the wolverines were again on their merry a…

… only Wolverine en- leading only with a light left. rant in this event and so the Spar- Suddenly he leaped forward as the ans captured their only second of crowd of 17,350, who contributed to he meet…

January 29, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 93) • Page Image 7

…A, JAN. 9, 1g THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAS SEVEN Wolverines Will Try To Square Series With Bulldog SwimmersI T h e Yale-Michigan swimming meet at the Intramural Pool Feb. 11 may prove the determinant of…

… balance. The East-West angle is obvious. Yale again is back on top in the East and the Wolverines are one of the West's two best. The rivalry between the two coach- es goes back many years. A decade ago…

February 15, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Field House record and four dual meet records fell last night be- fore the onslaught of one of Michi- gan's greatest track teams as the Wolverines administered a 77-18 lick- ing to a weak Michigan State…

… House record and established a new dual meet record as well as establishing the Wolverine team as a very definite threat to Ohio State's Big Ten mile-relay supremacy. Wes Allen accounted for the other…

February 15, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… entered the al lap and maintained that lead win in 1:58.8 as five of the first : finishers were Wolverines. Stan Kelley, who finished second Gedeon in the high sticks, won e low hurdles easily in :07.4 as…

… game. Pick Deh- r took advantage of the disability wever to score 16 points and per- rally whip the Wolverines. lherL_ and if Jim will be back in Ifon again Coach Bennie oster- an is at a loss to say. It…

February 16, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… at the afternoon session. Federal aid programs for the construction and improvement of State roads have been a regular poli- Capt. Les Hillberg's Five Goals Pace Wolverine Puck Victory Hockey Team…

… Again Wins After Losing Streak; M Woodstock Team Small :;r: By NEWELL McCABE Scoring five of his team's six goals, Capt. Les Hillberg led the Wolverine hockey sextet to a 6 to 2 victory over the small…

… Woodstock Trojan team last night at the Coliseum. This im- pressive triumph placed Michigan back in the win column, the ranks of which were last entered when the Wolverines defeated Illinois a month ago…

… third goal in one game. Although playing defensive hockey the third period the Wolverines came through in the last minutes of play to put the game definitely in their hip pocket. Both of these tallies…

… of the Trojans' two goals was made in the closing seconds of the first period when Kennedy lifted the puck over the heads of the Wolverine defense men, the puck then bound- ing past "Spike" James…

February 17, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

… and Jack Leutritz. Wolverines Are Favorites Michigan entries will be top-heavy favorites in many of the individual events as well as in the relays. De- fending champions Bill Watson, El- mer Gedeon and…

… Wes Allen should be good for victories and the Wolverines are much stronger in the relays than they were last year when their com- binations took down one first, two seconds and a fourth. Elmer Gedeon…

… result of intensive workouts since the start of the week. The Wolverine squad appears to be in its best physical condition since the beginning of the season, with not a, single man in the starting lineup…

… the season at 175, as will Forrest "Butch" Jor- dan in the heavyweight division. The feature match of the meet promises to be that between two un- defeated rivals; Don Nichols of the Wolverines and…

… Lowrey's Wolverine hockey sextet showed a handful off Michigan fans that they still have thek power to win a hockey game. Although walking off the ice with the 6 to 2 score in their favor, if the forward…

… Straight Wins Against Woodstock these faults had' no real effect on the final score.' However when the Wolverines come up against Waterloo Saturday nigh at the Coliseum such mistakes will mean the difference…

… between another win, or whether the small Michigan team will fall back into the losing column. Wednesday's game can easily be considered a practice game which prepared the Wolverines for their next four…

…. After the Chicago contest, the Wolverines will return to Ann Arbor since no game is scheduled for Mon-, day. They play one more game away from home-against Purdue next Saturday-and then wind up the sea…

February 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…). Varsity Tank Team Renews O.SU. Rivalry Buckeyes Out To Revenge Tie In Last Meet; Team Balance To Decide Tilt Tomski's Return Aids Wolverines By MEL FINEBEG COLUMBUS, O.-Special to The Daily-Michigan and…

… State has taken this meet seriously and hopes to make it a very happy afternoon by finishing in time for a supper of Wolverine meat. The Buckeyes are still seething over Ahe judge's decision which gave…

… Michi- gan a free-style relay victory and en- abled the Wolverines to eke out a 42- 42 tie. Inflamed by editorial com- ment in local papers, the Bucks are seeking revenge. Want Decisive Victory Balm for…

… the Wolverines so that Matt Mann can distribute his team power more strategically. It is team balance that will ulti- mately decide the meet. A majority of the first place winners can be de- termined…

… have not been beaten badly and this may be their night to cut loose. Certainly the Wolverines will not win on luck. Their luck has been all, bad thus far. Tonight they will be without the services of ace…

…- gan scoring leader, will head the Wolverine drive for victory number three. Harmon is sixth in Conference scoring at present with 64 points and By DICK SIEILK With the Illinois Relays acting as the…

February 18, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

… Spartans of Michigan State tonight at Yost Field House in their second home appearance of the year. The Wolverines turned in a 32 to 0 victory over the Spartans last year, but they do not hope to repeat…

… Oklahoma boy who is perhaps the speediest wrestler, on the Wolverine squad. Combs was ineligible last semester but is primed for this meet as the result of regular practice ses- sions with the squad. He will…

… has the habit of winning games with scores larger than the one Michigan made against the under- sized Woodstock team. Wolverine hopes for a victory will rest on the ability of their opening forward line…

… Ralph Schwarzkopf, who is not entered in the special 1500-meter event, will run the anchor leg of one mile. Indiana just nosed out Michigan last year in this race in world record time. The Wolverine two…

February 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… Kelley was clocked in :8.2 and Ged- 1. Cen. Malin Craig, Army Chief also be Issued to facuty members u- eon's was :9.1. Staff, testified that the Douglas' light on application at Lane Hall. The Wolverine

… Karl Wisner and Jack Dobson picked of the Douglas bomber came in "a must obtain tickets at Lane Hall. up the" other Wolverine first in the little different" classification, en- Tickets will also be sold…

… Lounsbury, Harmon1 brought 'the Wolverines up again with a long bucket from the center of the floor. A second later Harmon again scored when he stole the ball from Chet Murphy and dribbled in for a set…

… at the end of last semester, the Wolverines were all but invincible as they won seven out of eight matches in truly con- vincing fashion. They took the lead at the very start when 121-pounder Tom…

February 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…19, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverines Bally To Tie Buckeye Swimmers Again, 42-4 9 Natators Gain Needed Points In Final Relay Quayle Swims 100 Yards In 52.5 To Better Mark . And Defeat Walt…

… Tomski (Continued from Page 1). was a super swimmer as a result of his 52i1 victory against Yale, went com- pletely haywire. ' If the medley dampened the ardor of the Wolverines, the 220 free style threw…

Wolverine hopes for a victory. Tor- ski, the favorite starter in college today was but one foot ahead at the first turn. A bad turn at the 75 pulled his Ohio rival ahead and Quayle, who is at finishing what…

… not ahead of him, Walt was short with his last stroke and needed another to touch. Quayle touched coming up to give him the win in 52.5. The valuable third place point went to Johnson. Wolverine hopes…

… Avenue. ' 'Michigan Sextet Loses 5-3; Cagers Trimmed By Maroot # *? Visitors' Last Period Scores Decide Fracas Hillberg, Cooke, Stodden Tally For Wolverines In Hard Fought Game By NEWELL Mc…

Wolverines this time by a 5 to 3 score to a strong Waterloo sextet. In the closing minutes of the open- ing period Waterloo came through with the first goal of the night when Grau took a pass from Smith and…

… second period Bert Stodden broke lose from his defense position and soloed down the ice bringing the Wolverines their opening score and tying the game. A few minutes after Stodden's goal, on an assist from…

… Cooke, Hilberg made a tally which put the Wolvsr- ines in the lead. Then the ganie turned into a fast skating game, Waterloo taking the offensive and the Wolverines forced to play within their own blue…

February 22, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… problem of keeping our ath- etes eligible. Varsity Swims To 57-27 Win Over Gophers Natators Cop Every First Place And Crack Three NationalRelay Marks (Continued from Page I) Reidj, continued the Wolverines

… Record This made a total of 19 relay rec- ords that the Wolverines have set this year-four in the free style, nine in the back stroke and six in the breast stroke. Minnesota was able to take but five…

… nursing his bad back. The tall Wolverine star, whose ability to play varies with the condi- tion of a troublesome sacroiliac, scrimmaged for two five minute stretches and declared that he "felt pretty good…

Wolverines will not pull their punches when it comes time for that killing last lap stretch drive. The two-mile, an hour later, will bring together a fresh Schwarz- kopf and a Rice who will have run a tough…

… out and battled the Var- sity almost to a standstill. Coach Eddie Lowrey's Wolverine What was more indicative, how- hockey squad will leave late today for ever, was that fact that Coach Fish…

…, Bob for the Wolverines Saturday night Antle, All-State man from Saginaw, would raise the hopes of both the Carl Bernstein, and "Red" Bruce, an team and their local followers before Indianapolis boy…

… the Wolverines, John Mariucci and company will find themselves confronted with an entirely revised #9sOuTW and much improved Michigan squad. In their first two games it was M O N TH -EN Michigan…

February 25, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…# freely, two National Collegiate marks were shattered and one equaled as the Wolverine team turned in a smashing performance. Capt. Tom Haynie, paced by Iowa State's John Gibbs, sliced 14.5 seconds off the…

Wolverine victory was Elmer Ged- eon, Charlie Hoyt's consistent hurd- ler, who equalled Field House records in winning both the high and low stick events. While Schwarzkopf -ran a magnifi- cent race it must…

February 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… University of Michigan swim- ming teamsmashed four National In- tercollegiate records, and two pool records to hand the Hawkeyes a 61 to 23 defeat here tonight. The Wolverines won first places in every one of…

… through with first places in both the 50 and 100 yard free style sprint events. He failed to set new marks in either event, however. The Wolverines started off the record breaking chain of events by…

February 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…-31 Welsh Paces Wolverines To Victory With Wins, In 220 And 440 Events EVANSTON, Ill. (Special to The Daily)-Michigan's National Colle- giate swimming champions coasted to a 53-31 victory over Northwestern…

Wolverines third Con- ference victory as against two ties (both with Ohio State) and no de- feats. The Wildcats were outclassed but had enough strength to win two first places, something no other team ex- cept…

February 28, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY io State Qnintet Downs Wolverines, Swimmers Win Ag ;a f4'- 4. .:' PRESS PASSES -By BUD BENJAMIN- Pro And Con.. . JACK BRENNAN, sans the frivolity of his ice carnival…

…- ment a year ago and Fish recently backed out when scheduled to meet the giant Wolverine in Lansing. Odds are 10 to 1 to show. Ryan Jinx Still Trails Watson At AAU Meet Natators Whip Northwestern Squad…

…, 53-31 Welsh Paces Wolverines To Victory With Wins In Both 220 And 440 (Continued from Page 1) between the Wildcat's Irv McCaffery and Michigan's Blake Thaxter for second place with McCaffery sgueez…

… encounters the University of Toronto Wednes- day night a the Coliseum. Not only did Minnesota's Golden Gophers leave a mark on Michigan but they forced the Wolverines to leave their mark on the sick list. Upon…

… Tobin and Fred Heddle. Wednesday night the Wolverines' will play one of the leading colle- giate hockey teams in the world. In the current season the University of Toronto has been leaving its mark on…

… race but still had enough to win by eight yards. Northwestern gained partial re- venge for the trouncing in the dual meet by whipping Michigan in water polo, 15-0. The Wolverines, who nev- er play the…

…-tailoring, of 376 ofces in 28 States Ground Floor Wolverine Building Phone 4000 T4 - 10th year in Ann Arbor - o { i R <. v ,20-203 S. Fourth Avenue FINANCE COMPANY R. W. horn, Manager \ I resinei SECOND…

March 01, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…-chasers, the visiting team will be a top-heavy favorite over the weakened Michigan organization. Chances for a Wolverine victory rest on the drive of Capt. Les Hillberg and the speed of George Cooke. Completing…

March 02, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

… night at the Coliseum.- , The potent Blue and White team kept the puck over the Wolverine blue line for the majority of the game and at the same time kept peppering "Spike" James from all corners of the…

… periods. Several times Michigan's forward line of Cooke, Chadwick, and H- berg broke into Toronto's danger zone but either a body check by a Blue and White defenseman or a hurried shot on the Wolverines

March 02, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 107) • Page Image 4

… inarticulate rage Uram , threw his glove to the turf and ; stamped on it. Then he measured Terry for a coffin in his mind and started for the trembling Wolverine. Sec Terry stole second. AN AFP .1 if (Continued…

March 04, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

….-(Special to The Daily)-Michigan's undefeated wrestling team swept to their sixth straight triumph of 'the season here tonight by drubbing Chicago's grapplers 22 to 6. The Wolverines won six of the eight…

… 'Michi- gan's luckless red-head Andy Saw- yer at 136 pounds. The Wolverines left immediately after the meet for Evanston. They meet Northwestern tomorrow night. WRESTLING SUMMARIES 121 pound class: Weidig…

… top-heavy favorites for another Conference crown. Ohio State, chief rival to Wolverine supremacy, was hampered by illness, but even at full strength the Buckeyes were out of their class. In the words of…

… of the four Illini penalties. Zimber will be in one of the defense posts, ready to meet any aggressive attack of the Wolverines. f I RIG TEN RIVALS Illinois Beaumont Fee Ziemnba Thompson…

March 05, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… ocasions during the game but always it fought back with a surge that was not to be denied. Led by lanky Jim Rae, who turned in his finest performance in two years of basketball, the Wolverines went to a 32…

March 08, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… Seeks Revenge For 6-1 Loss At Coliseum Tonight By NEWELL McCABE Coming into the honie stretch of this year's hockey season Coach Low- rey and his Wolverine sextet will have a chance to continue their win…

… an experi- enced squad of 15 men on hand for tonight's contest, a majority of whom were on last year's team which was handed a 6 to 1 defeat by the Wolverine sextet. However by virtue of the two team…

…'s performances in competition this year and because of reserve strength, Point Edward will start the contest as slight favor- ites to hand the Wolverines another defeat. Michigan fans who have followed the team in…

… the entire squad yesterday noon. He succeeds guard Leo Beebe of Dearborn as the Wolverine leader. In honoring their slender pivot man, the squad paid tribute to the "hard luck champion" of the team and…

March 09, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

… the puck and shot it past goalie Harris to bring the Wolverine sextet their second score of the night and also a 2 to 1 victory over the Point Ed- ward Athletic Club. Although starting out with a burst…

… the two goalies, with Harris making more saves, but "Spike. James, of the Wolverines, was forced to make more spectacular stops at the net. Several times Michigan's first line would be set for a…

… potential score only to have goalie Harris make a nice save. Point Edward's lone goal came in the opening minutes of the first period, when B. Gutteridge took the puck away from the Wolverine de- fense men…

… and then passed ik to Cor- bett who, in turn, was able to sink the puck in the Wolverine net. New Technic Editor Reorganization Bi Aro e ByHuWith Modilficatioi --- I For man Tells Of Adventures…

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