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March 02, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… Association natators. The score was tied at 33 points apiece when the Wolverine medley trio took the mark for the final event. Wilcox, youthful C. A. A. star, gave his team victory when he beat Smith, Michigan…

… inches at the finish. Walaitis was off to a fast start in the40 yard sprint and won by a yard over Highland and Hosmer. The 150 yard backstroke went to Valentine of the Wolverines, who defeated Brown by a…

… GAIN CHAMPIO0NSHIP Wolverines Outplay Invading Cardinal Team to Hold Offensive Throughout 80 Minutes of Hard Play. MOORE LECTURE Dr. Max Peet, Professor' of 'ur- gery in the Medical school,. correct…

… long one to make the score 14 to 8 i favor of Illinois. From this point the Wolverines never seriously threat- en'ed to tie the score. Michigan's showing in the first half was largely due to Kanitz who…

… Illinois scoring until the last ten minutes of play when "Babe" Kamp sent the ball through the net four times from the side of the floor after passes from Kawal when the Wolverines tried to break up the…

…-11, thereby crushing the Wolverines' hopes of annexing another Big Ten title. By virtue of their win last night the Maize and Blue grapplers are scheduled to meet Wisconsin second place winners in the other…

…. Aldin- ger, a sophomore, wrestling in the 118 pound class, gave the Michigan team five points by gaining a fall over Shriman- Captain hewitt of the Wolverines won a decision over LaFavour in a fast match…

… the 148 pound class in order to face the new Purple hope, and the Wolverine won with a time advan- 4age of 5:35. Ray Parker gained a decision over Yarnell with a time advantage of 5:10. The second and…

May 30, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

… traditions, to urge them (Continued on, Page Two) Eddie Tolan Quali r s at Philadelphia Meet PHILADELPHIA, May 29. -(P)-- Eddie Tolan, bespectacled sprinter of the University of Michigan and sole Wolverine

… showers that drenched the courts. They will meet today in the final round. In the feature match of the day Ed Hammer, veteran Wolverine net star, was defeated by Dennison in a hotly contested match, 6-4, 4…

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…

March 12, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… the field of qualifiers entering the semi-finals of the Western Conference wrest- ling championsiips arLer yester- day's preliminary bouts. M\ichigan qualified four out of the five Wolverine matmen…

… Drysdale clipped seven-tenths of a second off the old 150-yard back- stroke record when he finished in 1:42.3 and the Wolverine medley relay team composed of Drysdale, Lemak and Kennedy set a mark of 3…

… placed four men and one team; Northwestern eight men and a relay team; Iowa three and one; Ohio two and one; Illinois one and one; Chicago, one inan, and Purdue, one.relay team. The Wolverines will have a…

… places ir liminary heats at the Univ of Chicago field house tonig Following the Wolverine: Ohio State with six places. ana, counted as Michigan's gest threat, was third witl Chicago, Illinois, and Iowa…

… four each. Wisconsin and MV sota placed three and Ngrthw and Purdue, one each. Starting with the first ever 60-yard dash in which they .1 three men, the Wolverines le parade all the way. Jack Car and Don…

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 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…

May 17, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… Saund- president movement before. ers, Bill Barclay and Al Karpinski will leave by auto this morning for W- -'-0Evanston for the defense of Michi- 14-Hit Barage Enables The Wolverines To Win Last Game…

… 2. A 14-hit barrage by the Wolverines in the sec- ond game enabled them to take the night cap with ease, 9 to 3. Michigan's two runs in the opener came in the first inning. Rudness, stealing second…

… pushed across the home plate. Rudness sacrificed Fishman, who allowed only four hits in the seven innings that he worked, to second, and the Wolverine left hander then scored on Brewer's hit in the fifth…

…. Uricek opened the eighth with a triple and scored imme- diately as Jablonski duplicated his feat. Lerner followed with a double that scored the Wolverine catcher, and then scored himself on a fielder…

… second Illini pitcher in the ninth inning. Lanky John Gee pitched the first two innings for the Wolverines, allowing four hits in the time that he worked. Fishman Slash To Affect Higher Positions; To…

… individual title he won in 1934 and lost to Michigan's Johnny. Fischer last year by three strokes. In yesterday's meet the Wolverines (Continued on Page 2) Minnesota Invaded By New Heat Wave ST. PAUL, May 16…

March 15, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Defeated By Iowa,_39-37 Michigan's 5-Year Reign As Big Ten Swimming Champions Ended Record Is Broken In Medley Relay Northwestern Third With 21 Points And Illinois Fourth With 19 By GEORGE ANDROS…

… the Wolverines 39 to 37 in the 26th annual championship meet. Northwestern was third with 21 points, followed by Illinois 19, Chicago 18, Ohio State 15, Minnesota 131'/2 and Purdue 22. The turn of the…

… by Clay- ton Brelsford and Ray Fink in the mile, which carried Michigan through to victory, topped by a brilliant relay victory for the Wolverine team' of Fred Stiles, Harvey Patton, Frank Aikens and…

… meant the meet. Don Lash of Indiana, the favorite, found the going too tough for him at the tenth lap as Staehle and Stone passed Tom- my Deckard of Indiana, leading the field, and the Wolverine pair was…

… earned in the two-mile, however, the Wolverines added the relay win, five seconds in- cluding the points by Brelsford, Stone, Birleson, Stoller and Osgood, a fourth by Fink, and a fifth, by Davidson in the…

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…

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…

December 10, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…. 10, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverines Rally In Final Minutes For 33-27 Victory McMaster Ties Lowrey's Men In Hard Game Wolverines Play Flashy Hockey Against Strong Ontario College Team 1,200 Fans…

… Witness Nip-And-Tuck Game By LARRY ALLEN Four wild periods of Wolverine 700 Russians Are Drowned, Finland Says But Soviet Government Claims New Victories; Sweden Names War Head Four More Ships Sunk In…

…Fitzgerald, Rae State Scoring Led By Phillips' 7 Points By CHRIS VIZAS A surprising sophomore, Bob Fitz- gerald, entered the Wolverine line- up mid-way in the first half of last night's opener, sparked the Wolver…

… place honors in the Wolverine scoring column, but he wasn't through for he followed this up with some great defensive work inorder to main- tain a narrow margin. Rae fouled Gerard while blocking out with…

… line. With a minute and 45 seconds to go go play was resumed with Michigan leading by one point. Hutt got the jump on little Mike Sofiak after they scrambled for a loose ball in the Wolverine territory…

… moment of relaxa- with the claim that Russian troops tion during the 70 minutes of game had made advances on the Karelian time, the Wolverines played brilliant Peninsula ranging up to 50 miles. Af- hockey…

February 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… the banquet, de-a tails for which are being pushed to I[N S NT1 comnpletion by four committees. E The number of committees has Wolverine Pucksters Miss Tries been reduced this year and a cen-j tralized…

… University members. 1 goal from the side of the rink. The Committee Chairmen Named. Wolverines evened matters two Other committee appointments minutes later as Tommy Courtis were annouinced by Monroe as f 1…

… Rosenberg, '30, and Wil- Minnesota carried the play dur-' liam Gentry, '31. ing the first two frames, keeping Entertainment committee: Geo. the puck in Wolverine territory: C. Tilley, '30, general chairman…

… benefit of experience n two meets this season, they are not expected to prove espixally langerous for the Wolverines. Chi- ,ago defeated Purdue 57 2-3 to 23 1-3 early this season, but last week he Maroons…

… Ramsey tre the other Maroon entries, vhile Campbell, Smith, and Mur- ay will represent the Wolverines. The 65 yard high hurdle race ;hould resolve into a duil between Iayden, Conference indoor chan- >ion…

November 05, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

… Of 30,000 Watches Capitalize On Wolverine Fumbles For Michigan's First Defeat, 16-7 Illini Two Non - Partisans Win Positions As Rightists, Leftists Share Their Seats Charles Ross First To Receive…

… In Wolverine Upset Fritz Kreisler, world famous violin- ist, will return to Ann Arbor for the eleventh time tomorrow night to give the second Choral Union concert be- fore a capacity house at 8:30 p…

… from beginning to end-and turn in the upset of the year by winning 16-7. With Ralph Ehni's 44-yard average punts setting them back on their haunches early in the first quarter, the Wolverines never were…

… able to get back on the right track. Even Harmon, unable to get his usual .finef blocking, was held to a net gain of 72 yards from scrimmage in 18 tries. He scored the Wolverines' lone touchdown by…

…, who once played for Coach Bob Zuppke's fighting Iini and beat Michigan with a field goal, returned to his former ahna mater yesterday in a Wolverine uniform and made a valiant attempt to stem the tide…

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…

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…

March 03, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… crown. Ahead by one goal as they went into the final stanza,athe Wolverines, led by Vic Heyliger and Co-Captain Johnny Sherf, ran up a total of five markers, the highest recorded for Michigan in one…

…, Wolverines Defeated B y Narrow Margin, 30-28, In Listless Tilt COLUMBUS, March 2 -0P)- Ohio State rang down the curtain on its basketball season tonight with a 30 to 28 victory over Michigan. The game was a…

… 11 3 6 1 9 30 Swimmers Win Over Buckeyes; d Score Is 52-32 Six Of Eight First Placesc Are Taken By Wolverine .p Tank Stars i COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 2-(VP)- University of Michigan swimming team today…

… defeated Ohio State, 52 to 32. The Wolverines captured six of the eight first places while Baker Bryant, Ohio sprint star, took the other firsts. Michigan also scored heavily by winning both relays and…

…_ By WILLIAM R. REED With Willis Ward leading a pack >f Wolverine tracksters keyed to the finest edge, Michigan overwhelmed Ohio State in a dual track meet held ast night in Yost Field House 63 to 2…

…. Ward was the leader as he personal- y accounted for two new Field House ecords in two wins over Jesse Owens, ,he sensational Buckeye star, as the Wolverines captured firsts in eight >f the eleven events…

… a final burst >ver the last hurdle sent Owens ahead to keep the Michigan star from ;ais third win. The stellar performances of the meet were not confined to Ward's ;eats, however, as the Wolverines

January 15, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…- cured all of the material. Jablonski At Head Of Varsity Scorers Wolverines Lead At Half, But Foul Shooting Is Again Weakness MADISON, Wis., Jan. 14.- (Spe- cial) --The University of Michigan basketball…

… team met its third consecu- tive Conference defeat here tonight, losing to Wisconsin, 34 to 20. Although the Wolverines ran up a narrow 11-10. advantage at the half on a courageous recovery, displaying…

May 21, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…. Michigan and Minnesota kept well ahead in team totals with respective scores of 624 and 625. James Reston, of Ilinois, followed Fischer with 155. Behind him came Ed Dayton, a Wolverine, who coin- piled a…

…, president of the Music school, Prof. Earl V. Moore, Prof. Albert Lockwood, Prof. A. H. White, Vice-t President Shirley Smith, Prof. Clar-. ence Johnston. PURDUE DEFEA TS WOLVERINES, 97e Mkcigan Pounds Out F…

Wolverine hurlers and finally pulled out a 9 to 7 victory The winning: FIFTEEN MICHICAN TRACKMEN QUALIFY, AT BIC TEN MEET Brooks Leads Discus Throw With Toss of 148 Feet; Also Gets Place in Shot. IRENWICK…

… stepped out in front of the field here today to qualify 16 men in the finals of the Conference track and field meet tomorrow. Michigan was second among the qualifiers with 15 men. Trailing the Wolverines in…

… Russell, Ben Glading, Harold Ellerby and Charles. DeBaker all came through to win their heats. The Wolverines placed at least one man in every event but the javelin throw. Don Renwick captured his heat in…

February 21, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… possession of the Clements library, WRESTLERS DEFEAT WESTIRGINIA,22B Wolverines Win Eastern Match in Two Falls and Four Time Advantages. (Special ta The Daily) MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Feb. 20.- Michigan's varsity…

… wrestling team administered a decisive deat to West Virginia's grapplers here to- night by a score of 22 to 6. Two falls and four time advantage bouts gave the Wolverines their safe margin of victory over the…

… and fifty-threee ec- onds. Thomas of the Wolverine team wrestling in the 135-pound class, scored the other fall over O'Farrell at the end of six minutes and nine seconds. Summary: 118 - Pound Class…

… improved. Cardinal team took the ice last nigh the Wolverines at bay most of the game. Goalie Silvia aside 29 shots while Captain Tompkins, in addition to ke net clear of all shots, kept his team -at top…

…, speaking for herself and her friend, Hanako Hoshino, '32, also of Tokio. I -.-.....a Chicago . 0 Ing was largely instrunm spoiling the Wolverine dr the floor. Norm Daniels and forward on the Micig was the…

… Gives Wolverines Conference SI of 500; Cardinals Show Improvem Over Previous Contest. III By John William Thomas By shutting-out the Badgers last night,' the Wisconsin hockey series and brought up…

January 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…1 8901 Ir 41pp-WI rt q an I aug MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS a VOL. XL NO. 71. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1930 EIGHT 1PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS3 WOLVERINES ROUT GOPHER:. IN…

… summer on tour of the Orient vith Michigan. Asbeck was a three-year veteran: in the Wolverine baseball teams of1 927-28-29. The lanky pitcher cap-! gainecd the team his senior year vhich won the undisputed…

… Western, ',onfereic championship. Along 1 with Bill McAfee, '29, of Chicago, ,he Wolverine diamond contingent' )oasted one of the strongest moundj ~ores in college baseball. Abseck takes rank with Jablon…

…- vunity to break into thec major leagues, and the Wolverine hurler; should make good with his fast bal and accurate curves. COUNCIL WILL AID U N ION, MER IT PLANI Commnittee Will Meet Toni ,!) to Discuss…

… Uiniversity of Mlichig ar basket ball teamt last 1nfght rouated Alinnecsota here bay a 3 to 17 score. Thie Wolverine v'ictory ca"mw after they had fought anI uphill battle a' ainist a bitter (C;oijiir rally…

….; The box score follows: lepartinent, an(i\Valenmtine Windt, ebr.Rea, assistant to the dean of stu-p mebes Michigan, 3 llrector ofC Play Prodution. A de-> Wolverine Sextette I The details of the system…

…, Coach Eddie Union. T'he petitions must c~oma- location of storage. 4 ~c..~. i23 wvinninig plays for the purpose of Lowrey's Wolverine puck eoiiibiw- I t aiii at least 200 signatures before i "While there…

January 09, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED it_ Ai I VOL. XLII. No. 75' SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1932 MICIGA TOOPEN MBIG TEN AMPAIGN AGAINSTWISCONSIN, Wolv'erines to Meet Cardinals at Madison…

… toughest foes that the Wolverines will be called upon to meet throughout the entire sea- son. Already the Badgers have given a scare. to the champion Northiestern, aggregation, drop- ping a 31-30 decision to…

… necessary later if the lanky Badger tip-off man, Roy Oakes, succeeds in gain- ing the tip from the Michlgan lead- er. In that even~t it is likely that OGrner, giant Wolverine substitute, will try his luck at…

… teams, Michi- gan holding the advantage with nine victories as against Wiscon- sin's seven. The Wolverines also lead in total points scored, 362 to 343, but a margin of only 19 points is not any great…

May 23, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… Ilicliigan lolids Decision Holds Top By Beating Up Legislators Wildcats, 5 - 3 Senate Finance Committee Wolverines Score Four In Failed To Effect Tax Bill Fifth Inning To Take Reduction Yesterday Eighth…

… pace with the The troubles besetting this ad-,! Wolverines. InSpie Of Britain SAN QUENTIN, Cal., May 22. - () Great Britain's repeated efforts to 1 save the life of Alexander Mackay subject of the…

…- igan's track team will enter the finals of the Conference track and field meet tomorrow according to form, having placed 14 entries in prelim- inaries held today. The Wolverine total led Ohio State and…

… Indiana, each with nine qualifiers and Iowa and Illinois- with eight and seven re- spectively. The Wolverines suffered but one major disappointment in the qualify- ing today, but Indiana, favored for the…

… station, 570 kilocycles, with the opening gun starting the one-mile run at 2:00 p.m. but his place was taken by John Townsend, who was in fifth spot as Skip Etchells led. Sam Stoller paced the Wolverines

… 880, Len Dworsky in the javelin and Townsend in the shot. Michigan followers here tonight were enthusiastic over Wolverine prospects. With no disappointments in the preliminaries and unlooked-for points…

May 12, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…- quered a strong Illinois squad here today over the Urbana Country Club links, 18-6. in a bitterly contested dual match. Even with Kocsis and Fischer missing from the Wolverine line-up, Michigan still led…

… defeat Kokes and Barr of Illinois, 3-0, in the first four- some, and Markham and Saunders, Wolverine number two combination, downed Hill and Aydelot, 2-1, in the second. Al Saunders had the lowest card of…

… to eke out a 4-to-3 win and finish off the, season's series at two victories apiece. Michigan had won Friday's contest, 6 to 4. The defeat was the third confer- ence loss for the Wolverines, all three…

… given good support in the field but little at the plate. Five hits were all the Wolverine batters could get off the combined offerings of Ron- nie Peters and Bob Blue. None were made off Peters in two and…

… never headed. Prosen- jak began the rally with a single after Wolverines Triumph Over Buckeyes; Willis Ward Not Entered Records Broken In Mile And Half-Mile Winning Margin Provided By Slams In Javelin…

May 21, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

… without in-g volving Britain too far in eastern Europe. -" Golfers Upset 1 Hoosier Foure Wolverines Take Morningl And Afternoon Matchesa By WOODY BLOCKt Michigan's golfers, building up ac strong lead in the…

… round, the Wolverine duo of Pal- mer and Tom Tussing took three points away from Jack Mueller and Frank Penning who had scores of 79 and 80. Tussing turned in the sec- ond best Michigan card with a 73…

…. Jack Emery's 74 and Fred Dannen- felser's 79 were good enough to add two points to the Wolverine total in the morning foursomes. Indianla captain Walt Cisco shot a 78 and his partner Pete Grant a 77 to…

… symphony of its four motors, were 17 men, the first to cross the Advances To Conference Title With 643/4 Points - " 1 i 1 Wolverines Score In 14 Events And Set New MichiganHigh Score Watson Wins…

… presenting Charley Hoyt with an "M" blanket on his last appearance as Michigan track coach. Outside of this fitting tribute, the Wolverines showed no mercy as they won 7 events in rolling up 641/4 points. It…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

… meet. The last Wolverine squad to feel the masterful touch of Coach B. Hoyt demonstrated its amazing bal- ance by amassing points in all but one of the 10 events to mount up 41% points, 17 more than…

… relinquished its Big Ten wrest- ling title today as Indiana rolled upj 27 points to win by a comfortable margin over the Wolverines and Illi- nois, tied for second with 19 points. Minnesota was fourth with 12…

… brothers were the only Wolverine entries to reach the finals but Bill Combs, sophomore Oat 155 pounds, and Butch Jordan in the heavyweight class, survived a series of bouts and added second place points to…

… the Michigan total. Don Nichols was the third second place winner for the Wolverines. Jim Mer- icka's third place in the 136 pound cass completed the Michigan scor- ing. Butch Jordan enabled the Wolver…

… place. Traicoff, of Indiana, 155 pounder, was finally adjudged the winner of a (Continued on Page 7) Help Give Wolverines Championships - - Squads Natators Easily Vanquish Buckeyes, Nearest Rival, As…

… event, the 300-yard medley which was won by Ohio. From then on, the meet was never in doubt as the Wolverines took first and second in every free style event except the hundred in which they won first and…

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 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…

May 27, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

… forthcoming year; a year that Dixon described last week as one of the most crucial in the history of the Men's Council. Divi 1ends, F ees Given Patronts Of Wolverine Dividends totalling $1,000 in addi- tion to…

… the membership fees will be returned to patrons of the Wolverine, student owned and operated eating cooperative, Donald Murdock, '38, terasurer of the organization, an- nounced last night. The original…

…' plate. . Although the Wolverines were out-k hit, six and four, Fishman and Lar- son kept the Hilltopper hits well scat- tered. Larson took up the hurling duties in the seventh and in the five innings he…

May 24, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… Thursday or Friday. Name Winners Of Michigan Culver Awards Royall Frye of Birmingham and Robert Van Doren of Detroit were an- Wolverines And Ohio Tie For Second Place As Relay Team Is Beaten Jesse Owens…

… Rain forced the baseball game be- tween Michigan and Wisconsin to be called in the third inning yesterday, neither team being able to score up to that time. The Wolverines' next opponent-will be Western…

… two years of competition together, the great Wolverine quartet of Fred Stiles, Harvey Potton, Capt. Frank Aitkens and Stan Birleson met defeat, and finished third behind Northwestern and Indiana…

…. Northwestern came out of the chute first and was never headed. Birleson at anchor for the Wolverines cut a ten-yard deficit be- hind Indiana in half, but could do no more. The Wildcats were timed in 3:15.4, two…

… Michigan's Sam Stoller from second place in the broad jump by less than two inches and the Wolverines' point total re- ceived another setback. Jesse Owens was again the indi- vidual high point man of the…

January 14, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

… ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS Purdue Topples Michigan, 41-32, With Fast Offense John Townsend Stars In Quintet's Second Loss On Big Ten Schedule Wolverines

… excellent shooting, knocked off Mich- igan's rangy Wolverine team and in so doing handed them their second defeat in three Conference starts. Continually working the ball through a supposedly strong Michi…

… the Boilermakers to outplay them for the rest of the period and at the half they were be-' hind 24-18.I John-Townsend, Wolverine sopho- more center, was the Michigan scor- ing star as he dropped in five…

… field goals. Captain Chelso Tomagno, Michigan sparkplug, was ejected from" the game on personals late in the1 second half as Purdue put on a stall- ing act and refused to allow the Wolverines to get…

…-8, then 16-1 10, and 24 to 18 at the half, a briefi Michigan rally pulling the Wolverines up from 24-14 just before half time. The Old Stalling Stuff The second half started slowly, Pur- due taking time out…

January 07, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS i Wolverine Rallies Fail As Hoosiers Win Opener, 33-27I i AAA Death Supreme Court Blasts New Deal Complicates 1937 Budget With Decision Invalidating…

… Offense; Wolverines Falter Near Finish By RAYMOND A. GOODMAN With memories of a fumbled foot- ball lingering in his mind's eye Ver- non Huffman, Indiana quarterback and guard, turned in a sterling defen…

… 7,500 per- sons, the largest since the title win- ning days of '29, last night at Yost Field House. It was the Wolverines' first loss in eight starts this season. After staging two thrilling rallies…

… in the second half to overtake the Indiana five and coming to within two points of the Dean-coached team, the Wolverines l6st the serv- ices of John Townsend, whose pass- ing and defense work had kept…

… from Coach Tony Hinkle and his Butler quintet, checked Michigan in the back court and kept the Wolverines from coming down the floor and working any set plays around John Town- send. Follpwing out this…

…. Not only did they play an untiring defensive game but they counted for half of Indiana's points and were always on the backboards. Chelso Tamagno, the Wolverine captain who suffered an injured leg…

October 26, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… OgadenTerritory Italians Flying 225 Miles From Capital Tribal Chieftains Reported Joining Invading Ranks After Defeat At Callafo Wolverines Are Favored Over Columbia In First Intersectional Encounmter…

… A r t fLLL " c ur ZJL rLU kTo Sleep) Traditional Rivalry Will Culminate With Annual Events AtFerry Field Plan Cane Spree And Pillow Fight, Wolverine Hopes Rest On His Arm Today Little Shakes Up…

Wolverine running attack. New York fans are pulling for Co- lumbia to stage a comeback from the Lions' disastrous defeat by the heavy Pennsylvania team last Saturday. They remember the 1933 season when…

Wolverine attack will be added when Renner is in the back position, for the Michi- gan captain is capable of doing the team's punting, also, and Kipke had him working at this all week. The quick kick is…

… expected to be a power- ful factor in the Wolverine attack to- morrow. The tricky Columbia offense is not expected to give the Wolverines much trouble after the first few minutes of play when the Michigan…

May 18, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… East Engineering buidirig will pro- vide student guides to show visitors through the various buildings of the engineering college. I c i ( w i Wolverines, Outhit, Aided i By Seven Boilermaker Errors…

… the fact that they were outhit,' 10 to 6. Chicago lost to Indiana at Bloomington, 10 to 6. Art Patchin went all the way for the Wolverines, keeping the Boiler- maker hits well scattered and holding them…

… Boilermaker errors and eight stolen bases to score -in five innings. Clayt Paulson with two doubles and Captain Russ Oliver with a long triple were Michigan's heavy hitters. The Wolverine nine left for Cham…

… Swamps State, 8 To 1 Michigan's tennis team swampede a struggling Michigan State squad 8 to 1 in a nine-match encounter yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. It was the Wolverines' second rout- ing of the…

…-I vis Dean, playing number one doubles for the Wolverines, bowed to State's top ranking combination, Klunzinger and Rosa, in three sets. The invaders1 won, 3-6, 7-5, 6-1. BULLETIN Prof. Charles Frederick…

February 17, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…{ At Finish Hockey Six Drops RoughGame, 3-2 Michigan Tech Hands Out Defeat To Wolverines In Second Games of Series (Special to The Daily) (Complete Box Score On Page 3) IOWA CITY, Feb. 16.-- (/) -Three…

… baskets caged in the waning minutes of play enabled Michigan's basketball team to eke out a 29-27 win over the strong Iowa quintet here tonight. It was the Wolverine's second Confer- ence victory of the…

…-17 lead on the wilting Michigan five. Soon after re- placing Al Plummer, midway in the second half, Dick Joslin tipped in two difficult one handed shots, to bring the Wolverines within four points of the…

… baskets by Meyers and Evans but the half ended with the Wolverines lead- ing by only one point. Tamagno, who went in for Gee at center, after the latter was held scoreless, handled the pivot post well, and…

… Michigan looked like a greatly improved team. Barko and Rosenthal, leading Big Ten scorers, starred for the losers, scoring 16 points between them. The Wolverines left for Evanston tonight, where they will…

… hard checking being featured by both sextets. Latimer again tallied in the final frame, with Heyliger getting another for the Wolverines, who swarmed in on Maki, but all other offerings were turned aside…

May 18, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

… Defends Democracy Wins;Tennis Men Advance Wolverine Baseball Team .v Definitely Ousted From * Big Ten Race Winning Run Made In Ninth By Indiana Three Michigan Tennis Players Reach Quarter- Finals At…

…Chicago BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 17. - -Associated Press Photo (Special) -The second place Indiana SEN. WILLIAM BORAH nine definitely erased the Wolverines * * as a contender 7or the Big Ten title here today, by pushing…

… game of the year, and struck out 12 Wolverine batters. He was hit hard by Michi- States True Liberty And gan, giving up 11 hits, but he had Free People Exist Only plenty of stuff in the pinches. In the…

… Must Preserve Integrity the winning run. "The integrity of constitutiona The Wolverines left tonight for La- government has never meant sc fayette where they will play Purdue much to the average man or…

… Democracy champions, with Minnesota. "Fascism, Naziism, Communism, Dan Kean, Joe Appelt, and Sam appealing to the forces of terror and Siegel are the Wolverine trio to re- fanaticism, have buried the individ…

February 27, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… To Be Teams' Second Encounter; Two Men Will Make Their Last Road Trip. TO PLAY AT IOWA CITY Wolverines Will Fight Hard to Equal Last Season's Mark of 8 Victories. fy Sheldon C. Fullerton For the last…

… record of last season, when it won eight vic- toris against four defeats, the Wolverine basketeers will be forced to overthrow the Hawkeyes tonight to realize their ambitions. Since the two reverses…

… of the second semester. For half of the first period in that game the Hawk- eyes held the Wolverines on even terms, but a swift and accurate assault on the basket by the Maize and Blue sharp…

… the first period, but goalie Tompson made several sensational stops to push asi4e 34 shots while Tompkins was called on to save only 16. The Wolverines kept up a barrage of shots in the first two…

… Marquette team. Michigan Line Holds. In the third session Marquette started a series of drives at the Wolverine cage to score just once in an effort to tie the score. The little-substituted front line of Reid…

Wolverines in the later stages of the contest. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.-(1P)-In an effort to plug loopholes in fed- eral criminal procedure and to close breaches in the bankruptcy laws, President Hoover anounced…

March 16, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… , 100 , an d P ma Oi A ir1 URIIC II1 TO p IAVf2='2 0 yard free style eycnts, he was . l1oltI~nfo ~,I1e.Cn play. ed the title, "Pandit" which is com- I One Speaker Opposes. Wolverines jour frst prates…

… chairman afford a link betee'n the brew- diminutive Wolverine captain out- Missouri's mile relay team show- gypsy girl, who is obliged to con- of the dance committee. The date ery and distillery and the…

… 175 Wolverine speed artist in the Con- seniors of the Law school has clos- Ipound crown. In the heavyweight erence meet at Five Yangste Steamers ed and there will be a general saler r si class Burdick…

… the sponsored, the Liberal Studentse B300 yard dash. The Wolverine chine gun and rifle fire by Chinese the form of a summons to the union of the Unitarian church. The BY DETROIT FIRE sophomore's showing…

Wolverine quartet captured piano.1 the 160, yard relay by several yards This band comes here' for this over6Wisconsin, while Northwest- function only after extended ne- ern took third. Bob Howlett of…

Wolverines won the 440 most crowded spots in the metro- yard event for the third year in a politan dancing world. Johnson row only-after a thrilling duel with and his band have played in At- Wilson of…

February 23, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… ,dash when he beat Eddie Tolan, Wolverine sprint ace, to the tape 'by inches. Campbell of Michigan took third, relegating Captain Root of the Maroons to fourth position outside the scor- ing. Root came…

…, quarter mile ra'ce in 52 seconds and then ran as anchor man on the victorious Wolverine relay quartet. le captured the quiarter mile by three yards over Schulz and Col- ville of the invaders, but his broth…

…- er Dalton fell far behind on the last lap. The Wolverines led on the first three legs of the three-quar- ter mile relay but Root, Chicago's last runner, began to pass Dale Seymour on the last lap…

… at odonyand ___day tFeaturing a program of addresses oaE Yief, Premier Mussolini forn Wolverines Score Winning Goa Daily editorial women) - and music, Randolph Adams, "us- ally approved of his…

… they started a bxelated dcrive to stave off defeat. Daniels Garners 9 Points. Norm Daniels, playing his first game as a Michigan regular proved the Wolverine threat of the even- ing with nine points to…

April 20, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… Michigan at Ferry field yesterday,5-4, in the first reg- ularly scheduled contest of the sea- son for the Wolverines. The Huron tallies came as a result 'of three hits, a sacrifice, and an error by Braendle…

…. With the exception of this one in- ning McNeal, who started on the mound for the Wolverines, pitched admirably. The other three hits collected off of him were widely scattered. Michaelis Hit Freely…

… Braendle's single, was caught at the plate in an attempt double steal.- Three of the Wolverine tallies came in the last half of the fifth. Petoskey started the proceedings with a hard line drive into right…

… streaks in which he was invincible. He scored seven strike--outs. All but three of the ten Wolverines whcP took part in the cnest fell at victim to his fast breakini curve ball. Ragged Ball Exhibited…

…. Altogether the Wolverines collect- ed 12 hits. Nine men were left on the bases. Michaelis bore down in the pineis, or else waited for some Michigan man to get too frisky on the bases. Both teams played ragged…

May 03, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

… prepared-1 ness. Barry Pitches NineTo 7.0 Win At Kalamazoo' Western State Teachers . Garner Only Four Hits As Wolverines Get 12 By HERB LEV KALAMAZOO, May 2.-(Special to The Daily)-Western State Teachers…

Wolverines' most. de- pendable pitcher on the southern trip, was back in top form after me- diocre performances in his last two starts, as he walked but one Bronco, while striking out six. The one pass Jack…

… change of pace. Two of the hits he allowed were pop doubles on which shoe-string catch attempts by Wolverine outfielders just missed- lire while a third was a scratch in- field bingle. No two of the…

… in four trips. Fred Trosko, Leo Beebe, and Charley Pink, also contributed two hits apiece t'the Wolverine attack. The Broncos had trouble with Pink all afternoon, speedy Charley pilfering four bases…

… after beating out two bunts. The Wolverines were held in check for the first two innings by a stocky right-hander named Harry Bailey, (Continued on Page 3) Italy Retains Colonial Aim, EhrmannSays Dewey…

April 29, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

Wolverines did everything wrong. The usually steady infield fell com- pletely apart, the Michigan baserun- ners were caught napping off the sacks, and three Wolverine pitcers combined to walk seven and hit…

… able to bunch their blows enough to make them- count. After the Wolverines gained a 3-0 lead in the opening frame on Charley Pink's safe bunt, a pass to Mike Sofiak, and successive singles by Walt…

…. Kelley made a handsome recovery to take third place. The winning time was :55.1. With Leutritz, Davidson, Jester, and Schwarzkopf running in that order, the Wolverines acquitted them-' (Continued on Page 7…

… University golf course. The first foursome in doubles play will tee off at 8:30 a.m., with singles play beginning at approximately 12:45 p.m. The Wolverines, who defeated Ohio State in their first Conference…

April 23, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… and Sexton. After Step- pon's blow, which was one of the longest ever hit on the Buckeye field, Michigan was able to coast in behind Smick. The Wolverines merely add- ed insult to injury when in the…

… Danny per- formed his mound duties, was also responsible for the Wolverines' sec- and tally, which put them ahead for (Continued on Page 5) Teachers Meet Here Thursday Dean Edmonson To Speak To State…

… Brad Heyl, who was third in the indoor Conference meet. Dick Reising of Illinois,. capitaliz- ing on the absence of Elmer Gedeon, Wolverine hurdle champion, won both hurdle events from Stan Kel- ley…

…. After a slow start, Reising sped past Kelley to take the 120-yard highs in 14.8, and then came back to outdistance the Wolverine in the 220-yard lows in 23.8. Jack Leutritz, Michigan sopho- more, surged…

March 11, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…, March 10.-(Special to The Daily)-Michigan's track power asserted itself again tonight and the Wolverines qualified nine men in the first night's competition in the 60 yard dash, 70 yard high hurdles…

…, quarter and half mile run. Hopes for an even greater Wolverine representation were blasted in the final event of the night as four of the Hoytmen were eliminated in the semi-finals of the 440-yard run…

… debt pay-j ment. From Coach Cliff Keen down the line, the Wolverines frankly admit- ted that their titular aspiration had been relegated to the realm of math- ematics and Indiana's mighty mat- men all…

… as Michigan gave every indication of turning the Western Conference meet nto a rout. The Wolverines quali- ied 17 men in the individual meets and the medley relay team while the free style team…

… automatically entered tonight's finals. Defending Big Ten champions Ohio State, who expected to turn the meet into a dual affair with the Wolverines, fell far in the wake of an inspired Michigan squad. Four of…

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…

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…

December 12, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

… Michi- ti gan State rally to whip the surpris- ing Spartans 43 to 40 before more than 8,000 fans in the Yost Field . House. The Wolverines shot to an early lead and never were headed, but the determined…

… the half - way mark but in the second frame their offense bogged down and they scored only three times from the floor. The Wolverines' accuracy from the foul line proved to be the margin of victory as…

… repeated Spar- tan violations gave them ample op- portunity to add needed points. Michigan's all-conference captain John Townsend led the Wolverine ( ' attack with four field goals and five , ;": fouls for…

… only time State igan meets McMasters University here W T i-I ever matched the Wolverines during Tuesday evening in its last game be- Will Introdiuce the evening, fore vacation.*I The Michigan attack…

…, both of I and 22 in the Lydia Mendelssohn the short variety. As o- Theatre, it was announced yesterday. Begin To Move AiTton o Lecture Rosten was graduated from New Now the Wolverines began to move. I…

November 14, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

Wolverine Play Offeusive Game After Touchdown.; Gedeon Stars In Line Game Slowed Up By Raini And Mud By IRVIN LISAGOR. (Daily Sports Editor) PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 13.-(Spe- ,ial to the Daily)-In a veritable…

… negated any offense the Quakers might have boasted, al- though both Ritchie and Purucker found the going enough to their lik- ing to assure Wolverine success. Michigan clearly displayed super- iority in the…

… first half, and a holding penalty deprived them of still an- other touchdown. However, once they had gained a lead, the Wolverines were content to play defensive foot- ball and in this tactical approach…

…, Purucker distinguished himself by his punting. Stark Ritchie, who played a leading role in the Wolverines' win last wctk, again turned on the heat yesterday to the extent of 111 yards gained from scrimmage…

… 12 noon and from 1 tom pose diplomatic isolation of the Unit- Istripe in the second period when the p.m. on those days. Small repro- I ed States, according to figures re- Wolverines lost the ball after…

September 28, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… Scientists X500 Bond Is Set Featured On List For Sheriff', Owners - - I 14 r c I d r Men, Women Wolverine Will Feed 625 'i At New Location;Womenz Form Cooperative Seven hundred students will en- gage in…

… cooperative eating and room-! ing this year on the Michigan cam-! pus. Four groups, the Wolverine, the new Women's Cooperative, the Roch- dale Student Cooperative and thec five-year-old Socialist House, are or…

April 09, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

….A.U. swimming championship received a setback in the opening events of the meet here tonight, when Ed Kirar, Wolverine junior, failed to show in the 100-yard free-style. Kirar, who had been figured for a high…

… more than offset, however, when Lake Shore A.C. of Chicago, the Wolverines' biggest rival for team rivals, received a setback in the low-board diving. Al Greene, favorite for the Chicago team, was nosed…

… Goodlander,' according to the announcement, "comes to her new position with the whole-hearted sup- port of the Board." Hoytmen Seek Coast Revenge For '35 Defeat Wolverines Hope To Top Golden Bears; S qu a d…

…'s Uni- versity of California cindermen in retribution for the 76-54 shellacking sustained by the Wolverines at the hands of the Golden Bears in 1935. The 1937 model of the Hoyt track machine, undefeated…

… so far this year, appears to have the edge on the Cali- fornians in balance and power. There is the chdnce that lack of outdoor work may tell on the Wolverines, however. The Bears fell victim to the…

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