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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 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 28, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

… LI 'ml Captain 'Norm Daniels, stellar forward and scoring ace of the Wolverine basketball squad will lead his cagers against the strong Ohio State five at Columbus, to- night in Michigan's sixth game…

… with the Main Street of five practice shots before start- Wolverine leader over the entire ing. 441 yard route. We thank you for the interest and attentidn U …

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…

February 20, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… ____ _ _ ....._.. _ _ ___._ .. LN LEFT BY VETERANS 1IS FSHER'S TASK Captain Harvey Straub, Myron, and Truskowski, Only Lettermen Back. PITCHERS REPORT EARLY Montague Expected' to Act Mainstay of Wolverine Hurling Staff. as Facing…

… practice. The Wolverines' schedile for the coming season includes 28 games, 12 of them with Conference op- ponnts. Michiganl will Meet North- western, Ohio State, Illinois, Pur- due,. Wisconsin, and Chicago…

… in home and hoie series to complete its >ig Ten schedule. In addition to these Conference games the Wolverines will again make a Southern trip which will include two games apiece with Vanderbilt…

… Colgate o May 1 and 2. In addition to these new opponents, the Wolverines have scheduled a game with Oberlin,to be played in Ann Arbor on May 22. MICHIGAN HOCKEY TEAM PRACTICES, TO FACEGOPHERS' With the…

Wolverine rink with a strong team bf veteran players. The Gophers have been fortunate in having ten of the best men from last year, again on the ice and the formida- ble record that they have hung up so far…

January 07, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 71) • Page Image 7

… with 50 more playing Larger Squad of. Playe r, Gives n : li-ursciay. A total of 165 teams ElIi Chance to Outspeed I meet in the various leagues and Wolverine invaders., each team plays at least four…

…' (Continued, From Page 6) games. Entries are still being talc- Iiamlt~ sexett pu~ upa surd en for independent and class teams. defense but the Wolverines Christ- Cuc em r losnigl ing-fbr a 'win to offset their…

… Thirty Wolverine thrusts were p;.cid House or fromt the Health staved off by the Hainilton goalcI 'who showed phc-nominal abililt.y i t 1 Service. the first two stanzas while the New, One of the rule, s…

…~tates that if ai Yorkers were limited to six unsiau& team fails to show tip within 10 cessful scoring attempts. In the }miniutes of the time scheduled, a final period the Wolverine inserted forfeit is declared…

… inelgible to compete with each accounted for a single marker. tthe second quintet. In addition superior team play was the main Varsity and Freshman squad:: men gain of the Wolverines on their in- tiro…

January 13, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

… by th defeat they took from Northwest. ern last Saturday, the Wolverine: more than matched a fast offens against Wisconsin's stubborn de. fense and held the six-point ad. vantage which they had piled u…

….i _ night because of the absence of eno:,h! good ice to permit playing of the FIRST MAT MEET contest. Although the Wolverines dropped SATISFIES KEEN the only game played, the form they showed was the best…

… with soft and the season. Most of these were of. slushy ice that prevented all at- a decidedly minor character, the tempts to carry the puck. What Wolverine matmen showing a sur- frozen ice there was…

… turned in even! though the coaches told the runp ners not to take it too hard. The Wolverines appear to possess power in the distance runs, 880, 440, and the hurdles. MEN! Smart Styles and Real Values at C…

… condition, and no alternative remained but to call off the con- test. Tommy Courtis, veteran right wing of the Wolverines, was the only outstanding player in the game for either side. Besides scoring both of…

… of the heap with Max Schmeling second and Jack Sharkey third. VARSITY TANKMEN WILL MEET 0D.Y,.C. Detroit Team Best Competition That Wolverines Will Meet This Season. For the second time this season the…

May 03, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

… teams of unknown strength will do battle on the Ohio SStatecourts at Columbus tomorrow afternoon when the Wolverines in- vade the Buckeye town to open the Western Conference tennis sched- ule. Both teams…

…- gan racquet wielders and the Spar- tan aggregation showed that, the Wolverines are up to par this sea- son, the decision going overwhelm- i - {f ngiy to the Maize and Blue as a result of taking every…

… the best ball for his side. Royston, Livingston Win. Royston and Livingston worked together nicely to add 2z .points to the Wolverine total. Florio, the Ohio Amateur Champion, played excellently, but…

… received little help from his partner. The feature match of the day was the afternoon singles match between Lenfesty and Kepler. Time and again the Wolverine star threw away opportunities to win holes by…

May 17, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…Maize And Blue Nine Plays Hoosiers Today At B1 Michigan Must Win To Stay In Race For Title Wilshere, Star Hoo si e r Left Hander, Will Hurl Against Wolverines The hard-hitting Wolverine nine will…

… the Wolverines definitely out of the Conference race unless Illinois loses all of its four re- maining games. Michigan is now in third place, one game behind the sec- ond-place Hoosiers and two games in…

… back of the league-leading Illini. Whitey Wilshire, Indiana's brilliant southpaw, will be on the mound against the Wolverines. He is one of the two best pitchers ins the Con- ference,'the other one being…

…- shire is especially desirous of beating the Wolverines as they handed him a 6-4 trimming last year. Patchin To Face Indiana Trying for his second Big Ten vic- tory, Art Patchin will face the Hoo- siers…

… unknown. 24 men to represent the Wolverines Phil Diamond, local German teach- in their defense of the Big Ten out- er noted for his uncanny ability to door title at Evanston, Ill., Friday and prognosticate…

… well-balanced Wolverines to Gorman, Jake Kauffman, Ben Starr, come through unexpectedly in one or Neree Alix, Moreau Hunt, Dave Hunn, more of the 15 events. Herm Wendland, Dan Schwenger, Gives Hoosiers…

…. plague which has handicapped the team. Five of the Wolverines' strong- est threats are in poor condition at present, and the outcome of the meet depends entirely on just how much these injuries handicap…

February 22, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… Minnesota Goal i Michigan's forward line pictured above has not been shut out-this year and has been one of the better scoring trios to represent the Wolverines. Dick Berryman (left) has scored less times…

….-a STAR DUST By ART CARSTENS - Michigan Will Meet Badgers Here Saturday Distance Races Feature Zepp, Smith,_Ottey Wolverine Captain Entered In Mile Run; Relay Team To Attempt New Record Michigan's track…

… team will make its initial home appearance in Yost Field House in a triangular meet with Michigan State, and Michigan State Normal College. The meet will begin at 7:30 p.m. Although the Wolverine squad…

… in the mile, and will be supported by Clayton Brels- ford. With Smith out of the half-mile, Abe Rosenkrantz of Normal, who bat- tled the Wolverine captain in his rec- ord-breaking run, will be…

… PRESS ace. 206 N. Main - Downtown Coach Keen intends to start the (Next to Postoffice) same lineup that defeated West Vir- ginia last week. The 118-pound match will be forfeited since the Wolverines READ…

… squad will be intense. ney, record low qualifier in the Na- Cal Markham, the Wolverine cap- tional Amateur and a member of tan, has indicated that he may not the 1934 Walker Cup team, has an- o able to…

… is yet an- sis, who played with him, and the other race in his system which night Wolverine star looks to Hoerner as easily, come out Saturday at the ex- one of the future stars of the coun- pense of…

February 28, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

… second half. But with the gun, those same glim- merings vanished and a Michigan audience beheld the spectacle of a Wolverine team that couldn't win. There's Still Indiana There remains, of course, another…

Wolverines this year and will meet Genson with whom he drew when the Spartans were defeated in the team's first meeting by a 16 1-2 to 11 1-2 score. Parker, too, will be in a return engagement, meeting Knudson…

… the fine showings which he made in the Cornell and Chicago meets. Oakley, too, was un- defeated, and Rubin will be out to keep the Wolverine 126-lb. division record clear. In Reavely, the Spartan…

Wolverine tally in the closing minutes with both teams a man short. Red Mac- Collum and Jack Barkley had both been sent to the penalty box after. a short scrap in front of the Mich- igan net. Barkley hit Mac…

… passed the Michigan runner. When the points were totaled, In- diana had 27 5-6 and Michigan 27. Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin trailed far behind. Smith will have to win many points for the-Wolverines

May 08, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

… at nine o'clock con- sisted .of two foursomes both of which the Wolverines won by 3-0 scores. Royston, playing golf of a champ- ionship calibre, was the outstand- ing golfer of the day. The veteran…

Wolverine turned in scores of 72 for both the morning and after- noon play. This performance is considered exceptional for a col- legiate golfer, both cards being par golf for the Barton Hills course. Hicks…

… Hicks to win over the Michigan State duo1 of Mner and Duffield. The Maize and Bluehteam took both rounds to-. in, the match and give the Wolverines three points to their Topponents. one at the outset…

…. Again in the' seond foursome three points were added to tec Wolverine total when Austin and Royston went in partnership tc take both rounds and the match from Pace and Hewer of State. Th second foursome…

… indcividual match from Minier. This proved to be a close match in spite of the excellent score of the Wolverine player, with Hicks tak- ing one round and the match to giveMihigan two points and Mich- igan State…

… one, their lone point o the day. Lenfesty and Duffield met in the second individual match with the Wolverine coming out on top, 3-0. Hewer of the Spartans was the next to fall before the Wolverine

… onslaught, In the third match he was defeated- by Royston who shot. his second 72 of the day to swell the Michigan score to 14 points. Livingston, the other Wolverine. who did not participate in the four…

January 28, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… Establish- es Wolverines as Fav orites I in Title Chase. With the long trail toward a seccI: cond Conference championship looming in the future ahd a record' of7 four straight wins in the past, Coach Cliff…

Wolverines when they invade Yost Field house for the first home meet of the seoson on Feb. 15. At present the three veterans on the Michigan squad are leading the race toward seasonal high .scoring honors With…

…, around whom the Wolverine mentor has' built a formidable team are all counted as among the best in the country in the 128, 158, and 168 pound di-j visions, and advance d((pe on their Conference opponents…

… keep in condition; and to polish up on holds. yCut Jeu Do n a for.mif S j TO COA~ C CLIFF . \SVARSITY1 MA T COMBINE I LA UING COPHIE SI Coach F arirell said today that the _ Wolverine track squad was in…

… ; FridayOihi on h aonsfor trial coach Farrell believes j anls ganwih m brin toligt sznevaryg~ocl c.. nesota Besides the Wolverine-. sults. IvIo st of the ruuiers aOi {: rgopher clash last night and the good…

…~~~ [~ i while Benz is the best 143 pounder on the Wolverine mat rs"r Seao themdw"etrtch"nMrpe h avii ttmp _______WesernConerecethe men _led 'WOLVERNE PUCKSTERS EASILY OTLS PRASt I obreakta 31 gam e…

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…

June 26, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

… 10 to 20. This Clinic, the fourth annual, provides intensive band study for boys and girls over a three-week period. Da tvis To Discuss Wolverine, Student Education Trends Cooperative, Holds 1 on…

… Michigan Wolverine, student cooper- ative, at 8 p.m. today in its quarters at 209 S. State Street. Dancing will take place on the Wolverine's raised dance floor, and refreshments will be served. There will…

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…

June 24, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ichigan Golfers Begin Defense Of National - Sjx-Matn Squad In Title Play At.Washington Fischer And Koesis Lead Wolverine Team Picked To Retam Championsl i bed by two former low…

…, present Big Ten champion, a member of the 134 Walker Cup team, and medalist in the 1932 collegiate meet, and Chuck Ko- pia, brilliant junior star who led the Wolverines with his low score in the 36 holes of…

…- ford and Southern California, if rep- resented by complete teams, will be installed as dark-horse contenders. 60 Stroke Lead With Fischer and Kocsis leading the way, the Wolverines this year com- pleted…

… one of their most successful Conference seasons, sweeping the Big Ten meet to finish 60 strokes ahead of Northwestern for the 72-hole grind after dropping a dual meet to the purple, the first Wolverine

… brilliant sub- par 70. Fischer last year left school .9 play with the American Walker Cup team in England, where he won his only match. The big Wolverine leader is also a two-time low medalist in the National…

… years, Malloy has been a consistent low scorer and has aided materially in the Wolverine successes. He was eliminated in the match play of the national meet last year by Kocsis. Three-time city champion…

… of Ann Arbor, he finished second in the 1934 Big Ten meet and third this year. Besides the Wolverine entries, out- standing contenders for the indivi- dual crown include Yates, the present champion…

February 25, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

… season. The Wolverines are scheduled to encounter the mighty Northwestern aggregation of nata- tors at Evanston on Priday, and are anticipating the hardest fought Conference nieet of the season…

…'s captainship of the blue polo team has fallen to Hardie Scott of Strafford, Pa., the riding star of last year. Cagers Rest Following Wolverine Sextet Off Vitory Over Hoosiers 'Form in Gopher Series (Continued…

… the defense posts Sammy HartI though the Wolverines have appar- is playing the best game of his ently found their stride too =late to career and adds much to the of- gain the title this season, the show…

… has so far this season failed to prospects next year. show the same ability which .has No particular Wolverine showed marked his play in past cam- to unusual advantage on the fe- paigns and has failed…

… accomplished by the Michigan swordsmen last Saturday ind yet refusing to acknowledge that the Wolverines have yet reach- ed the perfection necessary to win the Conference title, Coach John- stone sent his…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

… point ahead of burg. Clark up to the last two dives but The World Champions offered a Clark hit both to get the Wolverine piecework lineup which included pinion out 6 points, only three regulars of last…

…; second, Quayle, Ohio1 hundred and then Barker started to State; third, Holmes, Michigan; move. At the last turn the Wolverine fourth, Johnson, Ohio State; fifth,Y sophomore was still a yard behind Surles…

… Chadwick was instrumental in helping Hillberg with one of his tal- lies. Breaks Even Not only did this win put a pleas- ing finish to Cooke and Hillberg's ca- reer, but it also made the Wolverines break even…

… for the season in the win and loss column. Coming out fast in the opening period, the Wolverines made the first score of the night, when, after a few minutes of play Cooke, on a pass from Hillberg, put…

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…

March 04, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… third for Michigan. Both relays were walkaways for the Wolverines, each by a complete length of the pool. The Wolverines will go into compe- .tition again one week from tomor- row in the Big Ten…

… practically every event with Michigan's seniors, competing on the local indoor track for the last time, out to hang up as many new marks as possible. In fact, it may prove that the Wolverines will have to turn…

… this year, along with Ed DeVine and Brelsford. Fink and O'Connell will be the Wolverine runners in the mile. Hoyt Undecided The veteran Howard Davidson against Ohio State ran the quarter and also a leg…

… ran against the Wolverines in a special invita- tional race and Michigan was forced to come from behind to win in 3:24.4. Pitt Record Holder r ti M Jack Kasley, co-captain of the Wolverine swimming…

February 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IAGE THREE Powerful Indiana Wrestling Team Defeats Zerbo Defeats I Hockey Team Shows Airtight B a dge r s Beat Dworman In Defense In Friday's Tie Game Wolverines To By ROBERT J…

…-6. Wally Heavenrich and Seymour Rubin were the only Wolverine mat- men who were able to turn in victories for the Maize and Blue. Heavenrich met Howard Bush of the Hoosiers in the 135-pound division and in a…

… was needed and after it had ended awarded the decision to the Wolverine wrestler. This was Heavenrich's seventh victory in as many starts this season. Seymour Rubin Wins Seymour Rubin defeated Howard…

… of Indiana had an easy time with Ed Kellman in the 118-pound division and punished the Wolverine severely throughout the match winning by a time advantage of 8:39. In the 126-pound class act- ing Capt…

…. Ollie Cellini of the Hoo- siers rolled up a time advantage of 7:00 over Alan Rubin of Michigan. For a while it looked as if the more experienced Indiana man would pin Rubin but the Wolverine managed to…

…- ence, they must have been dispelled in Friday's game with the Gophers. The Wolverines virtually defended their way into at least a half interest in the Big Ten title when they tiedt Minnesota, 1 to 1, in…

March 02, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverines To Meet Tech In Final Hockey Series Tilts.To Decide Mythical Holder Of State Crown Winner Of Series Will Be Conceded Championship Of MichiganColleges Teams…

Wolverine sextet meets the TI pucksters of Michigan Tech in a two- The Northwestern team, which game series at the Varsity Arena. osed out Michigan for the National Both of the games are scheduled to…

… goals and, with them, the victory. these are the only men certain to The Wolverines made the series one take firsts tonight. Highland is con- all on the following night when Avon ceded the 100 yard free…

… performances Wolverines Primed he should take the 200 yard breast The Wolverines are in the "pink" from Bob Lawrence with little diffi- after their comparatively easy win culty. If the Wildcats can produce over…

… over the technicians. Stories out of Evanston indicate Coach Eddie Lowrey is planning to that Robinson is beginning to stress start the same Wolverine lineup that intramural swimming, and observers faced…

… line for Michigan, Ted Meet Illini Saturday Chapman and Red MacCollum will The Illini, whom the Wolverines be behind the red line, and Johnny meet at 2:00 p. m. Saturday, were Jewell will guard the net…

…. decisively defeated by Iowa several Co-Captains In Lineup weeks ago and should provide little Coach Bert Noblet, Tech mentor, or no competition for the Wolverines is expected to start his regular line- who…

… noon yesterday, planning to Wolverines, Coach Lowrey is depend- arrive in Evanston in time to work ing on Harold Sindles, Tommy Stew- out in the Wildcat pool for a short art and Gil MacEachern, with…

…- Hawkins and Wenberg are in re- enski, Dick Blake, Bob Renner and serve. Ogden Dalrymple. Mann will prob- The series, which will wind up the ably use Blake and Kamienski in the season for the Wolverines, is…

January 31, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… First Big Ten Opponent By Sheldon C. Fullerton Although the Michigan basketball team will devote its time during most of the next two weeks to final examinations, the Wolverines will have two hard games…

… home and home series on Feb. 13. On the niight of Monday, Feb. 15, the opening (lay of the second semester, Iowa's H1awkeve cagers will meet the Wolverines here at lost Field House. While Michigan…

…-6 victory. Svin at that, the Wolverine play Wolverines to Make Last Home' w : far below par. State Has Improved. Appearance in Big Ten Once that time, however, the Opener, Feb. 15. Spdrtans have taken a new…

… mats tryt has enough potential power to this year and will inaugurate the1 give many of the stronger Big Ten second semester activities for the, teims a real fight. , Wolverines. Other features of thej…

…. Gueldner Krumbholz, tion. Last season the Wolverines a ast shooting forward on the same managed to take the measure ofj type as Moffitt, if eligible should the Evanston grapplers, 21 to .13.s considerably…

… which they have built up in the step Hinto uniform, it is doubtful as past two weeks of intensive train- to ftist what the lineup of the ing.-J Wolves would' be, but it is at least Wolverine Heavies…

November 29, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

…. fi DameaquadwasritiesbunhsUveri of DtasinAduniaka- Bdman....noisRT Wolverine Puck Chasrs to Pay Fler )ho Sate an a-that next Wednes- havivgrplayedfseentooithe stiffst RE'WesterntOnarioadnlmnitia er, N…

…^. in, <;nt, frmer Wolverine tank star, on th gridron his yar -fter cneday vcatin Coar ha-J(' ic~apicke asldardwim foruldsthefoinvadersder whenn toeneahmaesndepndbeet nthariconthsyermatrn nede isaio a…

… the evening of Decem- Farsthat willrarc the Iih ber 3, will be free to all those wish- Prc usadn iea. Wolverines were defeated mainly S's~ cnmg.Wihi spandt lyhJ halves; and Ientner, North- igt ted…

… become fitted into the Wolverine Iatre- expected to start coming out ready to clash with some of the operation and the backs have not the 3-yard mark. Hie then ; lunged in tis ieriod. 'The second team…

… Not rne a caks Pint To Win. cellent opportunity to score in t'1" cit center, and Bayerie and Miller at Lagen n Cutsreuntote ek and ten they will continue end should push the Wolverines ing On the other…

January 24, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…T H E M-I CH T C, AN T) 'A T 1. Y 'T+'RTrI Y _ ".TANTJARV 24. '193(1 -IT= - I - .T.-11 . - 11 11 MlD lI Itib nlvunr& z -.*&b .sue, lua Wolverine Hockey Team Afflvw."qw Keturns From Northern…

… Marquette. FELT LACK OF RESERVES Tired and exhausted from their play in the northland, Coach Ed- die Lowrey's Wolverine hockey team returned from one of the most gruelling jaunts ever attempted by a Michigan…

… their week's perform- ance and predicts a turn about when the Wolverines take on the invading fladger and Gopher forces in the Coliseum. Play Over-time Game. Invading the outdoor rink of the Cardinal…

… skaters on Friday last, the' Wolverines outplayed the speedy, Wisconsin sextet over the regula-, tion route but were forced to go into 20 minutes of- overtime play before gaining the decision, 2-1. In the…

August 15, 1936 (vol. 45, iss. 40) • Page Image 15

… Berwanger of basket- ball, one-handed the Wolverines for 16 points . . . The overtime thriller that nipped Iowa in the bud 31-27 . The younger Townsend's 13 points that held Indiana for a half as the Hoosier…

…'s won again, 37-22 . . . The two imposing wins over the Illini as the Wolverines keyed for the Purdue squabble . . . Kessler, Malaska, and Young going berserk as Purdue's in- dominatables downed Gee…

February 19, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… event when Captain Hugh Bonino of the Generals pinned Wil- lard Hildebrand in 4:02 for the win- ning margin. The crippled Wolverine squad put up a surprisingly strong fight against the powerful Washington…

… the Wolverines ahead, 13-11, for the first time during the meet, but Wash- ington and Lee forged ahead again after the 175-pound event which Kap- lan, Washington and Lee sophomore, won by a small time…

… a rink which was smaller and rougher than the local arena, the Wolverines found out early in the series that there were few spec- tators wasting any affection on them. Johnny Sherf had a goodly band…

…, featured the annual Winter Carnival there. Besides enjoying the celebration, an endless series of skating contests, dog- sled races, ski competition, dancing. and what not, the Wolverines were banqueted by…

Wolverine times. Yale's 400-yard relay team, minus Captain Livingstone, won in 3:44.6. Michigan was beaten by the Ontario team in 3:38. Renner finished about a yard behind Pirie, the Michigan time being…

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…

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…

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…

February 21, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…/2 inches to set a new all-time Michigan record. This heave bettered by 18 inches the old record which was set by Capt. Joe Horner of the 1911 Wolverine thinclads. Birleson Tops Beetham's Mark The two other…

… and led until the last 65 yards. Brels- ford lagged behind during the first two laps but from then on ran stead- ily a pace behind the Spartan. At the last turn the Wolverine forged ahead and won by a…

… when Yovonovich won the high jump by clearing the bar at five feet eight inches. This is the only event where Michigan lacks strength, but against State Friedenberg and Hunn of the Wolverines were second…

… and third. In the mile relay State never had a chance. Waldo Abbott, r-unning first for the Wolverines, ended his quarter with a 16-yard lead. Bill Aigler extended it another five yards and Howard…

… State today in a dual meet which saw three Western Conference records broken. The Wolverine sprint relay team hung up a record of 3:33.4, bettering the old Big Ten mark of 3:38.3. Bill Neungry, Ohio State…

April 25, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

…SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936 Wolverines, Badgers Play Local Michigan Will Seek Second BigTen Win Initial Conference Game For Wisconsin; Badgers Split Spartan…

… will face Wisconsin in the cur- tain raiser of the local season at 2:30 p.m. today at Ferry Field. There was a decidedly cheering note in the Wolverines' final drill of# the week yesterday when Georgel…

…, the Wolverine team will be composed of Alan Saunders and Lar- ry David, veterans, and Al Karpinski, Bill Barclay and Russ Strickland, sophomores. These men will play in the order named. Two more men to…

… Michigan June 1 on FerryE Both Men Big Factors II Field diamond Coach Ray Fisher an-! Snounced yesterday. Success Of Wolverine This will be the only appearance Swimming Team of the Japanese club in the Mid…

…-West, and according to Fisher should be one Jack Kasley, '37E, of Ann Arbor, of the year's outstanding games for and Frank Barnard, '37, of Detroit, the Wolverines if the Waseda teamt were elected co…

March 31, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

… placed first, third, fourth and fifth in the three-meter (high) board event of the National Collegiate swimming meet Saturday to "win" the title for the Wolverines, one of the most unusual records in…

… collegiate swimtming was established. The performance in the high board made the sixth consecutive time in two years that Wolverine divers had captured four out of the six places in the National and Big Ten…

Wolverine junior's time in the 200 meters of 2:37.2 surpassed Car- tonnet's mark of 2:42.6 by almost five seconds and his 2:38.4 in the 220 yards broke Johnny Higgin's record by exactly five seconds. Michigan…

… '-' ' E , By RVIN LISAGORl Whi1e the wolverine baseballers S.nestl prepare for action on the wul .n trout , the opening salute o 1ch wil be fired on April 10 agaiost Ohio Wesleyan, other Big Ten eams are…

…, the Wolverines will be well fortified, and although the javelin men have had little opportunity for intensive practice, indications are _ -Three members of Coach Kelly's riaker lineup vith the several…

April 27, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

…APRIL 27, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Golfers Meet Purdue On U Cours eT Favored 0 Boilermal In Dual Eight Men To P Wolverines; Kt Morning Round ver kers Meet lay For ocsis In Conference…

… Opener Invaders Defeated By The Irish Saturday; Veterans On Squad Opening the 1935 Big Ten golf season, Purdue's Boilermakers bring a strong four man team to Ann Ar- bor to battle the Wolverines, National…

… and Johnny At Columbus The course is open unofficially for arser d Dat ad mokn Wolverines cha orFischer did their part towards mak- play, the official opening date being ing the tournament a Wolverine

… guests alone pay $1.00 and of competition for the title. Yinti, fe t the remainder of the week the price Profsssor Trueblood first entered silanti, felt t is boosted to $1.50. Thescourse is the Wolverines

… Your Ga when in the National alified with a 36 hole Whethe- youtplay on the lowest qualifying 7 year history of the week., you enjoy ou veland last June, how- ' Wolverines finally innacle of collegiate…

… in the fifth in- roods, Northwestern's , Who was wilder than better against Mich- ay- he lasted six in- ohnson, the pride of he Wolverine batting fnings, being removed iMan" Coggins in the nost famed…

February 25, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

…'s track edge over the Midway aggregation, tAman meets the University of Chi- but the Wolverine mentor an- cago in the opening Big Ten indoor nounced that he would not work his meet of the season for the…

… Renwick, sprint- for Scoring Lead er, are the only two members of the Wolverines who are suffering from Johnny Wooden, Purdue Star, the present epidemic of colds and flu. However, these men are rapid- Has…

… contingent to make the Western Conference basketball the-Chicago journey will be deter- race this season have gon glimmer- mined today. ing, interest of Wolverine fans is In Chicago's biggest test of the still…

… on their heels the Seven Men. Wolverine grapplers will tackleI Ohio State this Saturday night on IMichigan's swordsmen will jour- hmasoteBuky. ney to Detroit today for a tencingts- meet with the German…

… victory but a warming up exercise foi; the Turnverein aggregation, they fell over Paller; and Joe Oakley made Wolverine swimming team as it before the onslaught of Michigan a\remarkable showing against the…

… race this season. Fon should develop into a cone of Schmeiler a mark of 2:18.7 for the this meet, the Wolverines will use Michigan's mat great. 220 free style. The 270-yard .med- but three men. They will…

…,51.9. Minnesota will bring here Satur- Going To The Refrigerator And Opening day one of the strongest swimming A ottle I .Illness Shrinks Squad. With the Buckeye meet right at hand the Wolverine mentor has been…

… Mountaine.r's ottstandling s t a r Schwartzwalder, at 155 pounds. The Wolverine sophomore flash turned in a good account of himself hold- ing the Easterner to a time advant- age of a minute and a half. t 1…

…. pivot ean on theroffense cn he relinquished his tip-off job to Ed Gaffer, the veteran Wolverine cager has displayed a great eye from the floor and from the foul stripe to far outclass any other scorer…

May 15, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…CHIGAN DAILY fan Varsity Wild flay at Iowa City To - - x:11 'AL uYEy . ,, ,' H AWKEYE BATSMEN WHO WILL BE OUT TO AVENGE E EARLY SEASON DEFEAT IN RETURN ENCOUNTER TODAY .'( Wolverine

… stickrsniths. Since however, the Wolverines been hitting at as strong I unless a decided change tter takes place the Mich- egation is going to be in battle. ,fort to make it a clean' -r Coach Otto Vogel's .ch…

Wolverine, Players. Ideal weather went a long wiy yesterday afternoon iinmakingth Varsity practice matches full o pep and interest, but there wa.; more than mere weather in the conditions of this session, for…

…- tense, and the third set was full 0 of deuce games and nice. playing. 1 £Continued on Page 7) -- t Three off iowa's heavy hitters, who scored three of their team's five runs against the Wolverines ear…

… manner. WOLVERINE CUBS TO,, UN IN MEET Freshmen Defeat Varsity Reserves, 10-8 as Wistert Limits-Subs to Eleven Hits probably play either 27 or 36 holes.} The Detroiters started the season with great…

… at the position. The of the Wolverine lineup n the same as it has been ier Conference games. h Iowa's pitcher has not nitely announced, it is t eitheraStempelor Bush, the former, will work ie…

March 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT mDA T MARCH- ', 193? Wolverines Lead Qualifiers in Big Ten Track Meet SEV EN WlERINIS EARN RIH T To RMUN IN FNALSTONCT Tolan, Russell, Campbell, Egles- ton and…

Wolverines placed one or more men in every event. Eddie Tolan, Michigan's best nml in the dashes, copped his favorite event, beating out Captain Blil Henke of Wisconsin, when the 3aC- ger man pulled a tendon…

…- iary gym, according to Coach Johnstone. The meet was origin - ally announced for last night. The Wolverine team including Friedman, Gordon, and Lovell, foils; Gordon, DeStefano, Bow- land, sabres; and…

… ...........Massy Michigan faces one of its most crucial tests of the season tonight when the Wolverines battie Indiana on the Bloomington court. The Maize and Blue hopes of landing in second place rest on the…

… Monday, the Wolverines will have to leap both Indiana andt Chicago to stay in the race and enter a three-way tie for second place. At half-time in the first meeting between Indiana and Michigan the…

… several entries in the1 field events to be held Saturday: up the Wolverine point total. H enke, th e B adger star, pulled t e t d n n h l g w i r n n- the tendon in his leg while irunning Coach flsher Sends…

… preliminaries, the Wolverines are cause of the prevalence of fraterni- confidence chiefly in Compton and counting upon Austin and the re- ty init-iations this week, Coach Ray Tompkins, although Presby, Mac- lay…

January 16, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

… the Wolverine natators to a six point margin of victory at the Yacht Club last month, added in- terest is given the meet due to the presence of a number of formerj Michigan Varsity swimmers on the…

… invading team. Wolves Win First. Freddie Sponberg, aquatic direc- tor of the Detroit Yacht Club, has been grooming his tankmen for this meet, but Coach Mann of the Wolverines is confident of victory by a…

Wolverines in games played at the Detroit team's pool which hand- icaps the Maize and Blue because cf its smallness. The erection of a platform at the Michigan pool has made possible exhibitions of high diving…

… face Mertz, Hosmer, Walaitas, and Nevins, the first three being for- mer Wolverines. Lemak, Schmieler, and Miller are to swim the 200 yard breast stroke, with the invaders en- tering Howlett, former Big…

… championship battle when Don George former Wolverin igrapple defends his title against Pat MLc ii the Irish champion at Oympia. George declared that the bout tonight would be the toughest one of his career and i…

…' McGill is dangerous because of the Detroit Yacht club tankmen. his famous "lift and whirl" hold. Dick captained the Wolverine Con- which is not much different from ference championship natators dur…

… the Wolverines will have their hands full at Colum- bus t o m o r r v cenirc , and Coaeh Veenker is taking no chanc( s that his team lose through any mishap which may be averted by pre…

…', 34-40SIN SE RE Junior Varsity Outplays VisitorsiT to Take Fifth Victo:y. _____ Coach Ray Courtright's men re- Opponents Boast Veteran Team; peated again last night to keep Wolverines Have Quartet their…

… beaten out if Michigan decidedly in the hands of the hopes to successfully defend its Wolverine Junior Varsity from the Conference hockey title, the Wol- beginning to the end of the game. verine sextet…

… year, the remain- made field goals in rotation until der of the team will be practically Ricketts failed to connect with his the same as that which pushed the chance, and then they repeated, Wolverines

March 11, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 113) • Page Image 7

… MAKESHOIN Sentman, Capt. McDermont and Cave, Are .Considered Outstanding. FORMER ACE I Veteran Big Le WOLVERINE HURLI PROMISED BRIGHT aguers See Many Potentialities in Bill McAfee. Latest indications from…

… and scribes to sit up and prominent part in the special tknoi events of the Ilinois relay carnival Although it is doubtful whether when approxinately 800 athletes the ex-Wolverine ace will remain fromn…

…-season slump. 'wolverines meet Ohio State at Co- CLINNIN IS CHAIMAN The Wolverines finished at the long lumbus with the odds decidedlyf against them but again found that (s1ccial t The Daily) Sthey could rise to…

… victory 112 pounders to the heavyweights nual Michigan Night banquet over the Illini than that of the have been provided and diamond sponsored by the Detroit Alpinni j Wolverines were expected to end medals…

January 22, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

… auspices of Battle Crek college in TMi MP s r i w r rw yr s IMY 7r Y Wolverines Prepare fo With Michigan S Next Saturday. or Meet tate KOON PERFORMS WELL Testing their strength for the final time…

… by ie Varsity cagers 171 With a squad of 68 men to work tainly not in order if the 45-26 were turned into points to swell the1 score is recalled. Wolverine total. Hank Weiss missed with the veteran…

… failed to mea- walls of the Wolverine sport efree ure up to the polished floor per- bailiwick in many Conference The first meet of the 1930 season formance of the Hoosier forces but campaigns. is scheduled…

… times and distances with led the going all the way and had the palm must go to diminitive 'the Wolverines. This meet will be the white shirted men from Hank Weiss who consistently pay- somewhat of an…

… the outstanding-;sprinters in thed in the $25,000 Agua Caliente fense was very evidently based on: h worldutotle pWolverine indoor open meet. ' point scoring ability. Against a from the first step. It r…

… squad boosts Michigan's chances of - ; team so dependent on her attack- Ask for it by name-the finihinghighin he Cnfernceing ability to offset advances of an finishing high in the Conference Wolverine

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…

January 29, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

… thai is e°.vpeted to solve the Detroiter'. effective defense which was too strong for the Wolverines in their first game during the ChristmasI holidays. The Detroit quintet has had only a mediocre season…

… and recently lost a game to the Kalamazoo cagers. who split a two game series withI the Wolverines. On the other hand, the game tonight will be the elev- enth for the Maize and Blue Jun-I for varsity…

… will start tonight although it is likely that only one Wolverine cagerl who competed in the first game be- tween Detroit and Michigan will=1 start the game. Lindsay, who1 played with the Varsity reserves…

… Midway school plays host to theinthBgcaesrhosla- ingtheBibNine basketball scorers only five occasions did these dashes Wolverines. Friday night, Coach' in 'rolling up points in Coi'4erence. materialize in…

… which the i o-a ih'sbsebl a Sappears that they have but this Wolverines ran u-p. against a weak between Michigan and Minnesota, - Gopher aggregation Monday night:W'hich terminated in a 26-13 winr Wreslin…

… Tea Drllswas far from impressive, thec Var - for the Wolverines, was put on the sity playseting working wellscrand' air over. Station WJBK at Ypsilanti, for Purdue Encounter the e eegtigit crn hog h…

… Town Stork for ihi n n en as the Wolverines' best showing of the present camxpaign. In- this ecr,~ nlre o hs meet, which Michigan won by ai An enoe, gnle e-fo h score of 24-6, the Wolverines ouarT e…

… Ithe Wolverine regulars beig class- Con3ference with a margin: of 10 ed among this select group. Trus- Rune La~ost~e Mgkcs Statement pons oerhisneaes oponetkotivski, with 37 points, leads thec That He…

December 13, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 68) • Page Image 7

…; Wolverines Picked 20th NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-(P)-For the second straight'season, a member of the Southwest Conference has been voted the nation's outstanding foot- ball team by the final ballot of sports writers…

… Eastward following its battle with Notre Dame here Saturday night, and will engage five opponents, and three of them will be newcomers to the Wolverine schedule. Ten mien will make the trip, and only those…

… six who played State are practically cer- tain to go. Rochester and Cornell will be the only teams which the Wolverines faced in last season's victory parade on their holiday tour when they won five…

Wolverines quite a battle in their opening contest at White Plains, N.Y. Dec. 13 Michigan' I-M Sp orts The Intramural Department has announced a meeting to be held at 7:15 p.m. tonight at the League for all…

… a brother of Tom team. Harmon, the Wolverine's backfield t(a. star and leading scorer for Michi- gan's basketball squad last year. On the following ay the Wolver- ines will tangle with a Rochester for…

…. ported to again have another power- ful aggregation which should give the Wolverines plenty of. trouble, and it M lr Drug Store will also have an advantage, since it is playing on its home floor. 727 N…

October 10, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…, Economy Bring Women To Wolverine By JEAN SHAPERO permission to sit at their table be- Better food than in the restaur- ants, quicker service, pleasant sur roundings, collegiate atmosphere, and above all…

…, economical meals-all these are given by women students as reasons for their "crashing" the Wolverine Cooperative Restaurant this semester. This unprecedented membership adds up to almost two dozen women…

October 08, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL --,-I Membership Rise Reported At Wolverine i DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN FASHION DISCOVERY of the Month vaded it. Into that historical frame-work is woven the story of "Alexander…

… sale at the League box office. All seats will be reserved By HELEN CORMAN Michigan Wolverine restaurant business is showing substantial in- crease this year, according to Dragon C. Mitrovich, '40L…

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