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October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Swimming, Golf Squa Favored aTnk Team Captures Crown Easily Star-Studded Great Lakes Array Hands Squad Two Successive Defeats; Smith Wins Medal ids Are…

… runner-up positions to chalk up their 14th title in 19 years, which enabled the mermen to keep pace with the other varsity squads gaining Conference championships. The Wolverines were .heavy! favor- ites…

… aggregation swamped Michigan, 60- 24, to administer one of the worst defeats ever suffered by a Wolverine swimming team. The only first place the Wolverines Were able to salvage in this match was Heini Kessler…

… fast time of 1:55. He also broke Wal- ter Spence's 150 yard record of 1:23.8. The Wolverines again hit the vic- tory trail when they defeated Pur- due, 63-21, and Ohio State, 57-26, on successive…

… Big Ten schools ex- cepting Minnesota have dropped hockey from their list of competitive sports, the Wolverines of Coach Ed- ward Lowrey defeated such strong hockey outfits as the Detroit Vickers Club…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 16

…GE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Cagers Only Sport To Fail in Quest of Big Ten Cr By BILL MULLENDOIIE 1943-44 was just another year as far as Michigan basketball was con- cerned as Coach…

… was estab- lished as one of the Big Ten favorites in pre-season dope. However, the Wolverines got off to a bad start and by the time they straightened out, any chance for a championship was lost. The…

…, 46-44. With a perfect record of three wins in as many outings, the Wolverines went confidently into a two-game series with a powerful Western Michigan quintet and were humbled in both tilts, 48-38 and…

… played his first game as regular center in this tilt and brought much acclaim .for his aggressive backboard tactics. The following night the Wolverines played host to Illinois, Conference champs of the…

… worked for a lost cause. The next week-end, the Wolverines entrained for Purdue and another two-game duel. The first contest went into overtime before the Boiler- makers eked out a 46-44 triumph. Strack…

… 27 points .as the Buckeyes won the first 53-49, and was effectively stopped in the second which Ohio State took 51-37. Wolverines Win Two from Indiana Against Indiana the following week-end, the Maize…

… the second. The hapless Chicago Maroons were the Michigan victims in the next game as the Wolverines poured on a 71-34 drubbing. Oosterbaan's charges closed the season with a surprise 50-45 upset of…

… tally the first points fory Purdue. Chip Warrick then registered three more points to the Wolverine total as he decisioned Bob Armstrong. However, the Boilermakers had a lot at stake in this meet and they…

June 20, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TllT'KSDAI, JUNE 20, 1946 ThURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 Golfers Tae Mician'sCLone fonerence Championship Schalon, Barclay, C4t'trighI, Elliott Top Wolverines in In…

…-year stretch over which Wolverine teams have cap- tured at least one Big Ten crown as it was the only one brought to Ann Arbor during the 1945-46 season. Co-Favored for Title The Wolverines went into the…

… trailing through the fist half of the tournament, the Wolverines took a one-stroke lead at the three- quarter mark and widened the mar- gin to 17 strokes on the last 18 holes. Key to the victory was not one…

… decisive victory. All four Wolverines hit their stride on the final round with a pair of 73's and a pair of 74's among them. Michigan's play over the season was not as impressive as it was in the tourney…

… State, the Wolverines rang up an impressive 24-3 win and followed with a decisive victory over Wayne, both matches being played on the University course. Journeying down to Columbus, the Wolverines had…

… their embryonic winning streak cut short by the Buckeyes, 19/2 to 7%/2, but bounced back to smother Detroit, 25% to 1%, and then upset the high- flying Northwestern golfers, 14-13. The Wolverines seemed…

… the University course, the Wolverine golfers settled down to defeat Purdue and then avenge their earlier loss to Ohio State with a decisive 18-6 victory. A win over Detroit brought the schedule to a…

… opposition of the season kulich, who oarned his freshman in handing the Wolverines their first numerals in 1942, held down the Big Ten set-back, 6-3. Turning in number two position while Fred Wel- one of their…

Wolverines AlcClusky Is Campus Champ on the Ferry Field Courts. Dean McClusky, wiinner of the Come From Behind 1l,46 all-campus tennis tourney, per- I Michigan came from behind, scor- foimed ably in the number…

January 06, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 76) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'li' Warns Co-rast by Tro 0C R tanord, 4-13R Wolverines Pile Up 42-0 Halftimie La Four CalI s F in m_ Turns Game inito Michigan Rout By DICK KRAUS Behind a savage…

… Ford, Wolverine end, recovered a Stanfdrd fumble. Two plays and a 15-yard unnecessary rough- i Daily-Lmanian OUTTA MY WAY-All-American Bob Chappuis (49), shifty Wolverine tailback, heads for Stanford…

… Michigan Stadium after viewing a heavily favored Wolverine team steamroller the Stanford Indians, 49-13. Predicted rain failed to mater- ialize although fans had a few anxious moments in the first quarter…

… when dark storm-clouds obscured the sun. However, for the remainder of the game old sol's sizzling rays beat merciless- ly down on grid fans. Turn-About Wolverine fans did a turn-about early in the game…

… off the famous Michigan reverse, shook off four Stanford tacklers to go over standing up. Weisenburger's Turn Then it waS Jack Weisenburg- er's turn, The speedy Wolverine fullback spun into a gaping…

… 21-0 with the game only six minutes old. The last bolt of Wolverine frst quarter lightning struck suddenly after Michigan had been penal- ized for illegal use of the hands. Chappuis faded from his 40…

… and bulleted a spiral that looked too long for Rifenburg, but the Wol- verine end went up and hauled it in on his fingertips to make it four touchdowns in eight and a half minutes. Wolverines Rest Then…

… the Wolverine scoring at- tack took a 13 minute siesta, dur- ing which time the Indians had nothing to cheer but the sensa- tional punting of halfback Mike Durket, who consistently boomed high spiral…

February 02, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…F In I D AT, TT By - /", 7 1 9 4 5 THE MICIGAN DAILY rAGE THREE Basketb all, Wrestling Squads ill See Action Here T" onight Wolverine Cagers Face Strong Wisconsin Five Michigan Seeks .500 Mark…

… in Conference; 1ligh-Scorer Patterson Is Badger Threat Wolverine atlen Start Tough Two Week ScheduIe with Ohio State Meet Bollas, 320~Po' i d Bick Will W r-(-3tle his teammates have dubbed "the Cre…

… homg game in two weeks, the Wolverines can pull their Big Ten record up to the .500 mark before entering the home stretch of the 1944-45 cage campaign. Only four o MAHO more contests remain for the…

…. Forward John Mullaney shifts to center, and Keith Harder goes in at forward when the revised lineup is in action. Otherwise, the Wolverine quintet will have Bob Geahan, holder of sec- ond place in the…

… Conference this year. Large Crowd at Iowa Following the Wisconsin fracas, the Wolverines will journey to Iowa City where a crowd of 12,000 is in pros- pect for the Iowa-Michigan game. The Wolverines lost to…

… away, the The Wolverine squad will be much' Wolverine mat squad is preparing for the same as in past contests. It will one of the hardest schedules any have Art Sachsel at 121 pounds, Bob Michigan…

October 19, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

… Michigan State fracas the Wolverine goal line has not been crossed. In the last 195 minutes of play Michigan has held its op- ponents scoreless. Jack Blott, Michigan's line coach, can be rightly proud of his…

… charges. In each of the last three games the Wolverine forwards have thrown back the opposition when Michigan's back was to the wall. IN THE OREGON tilt, Van Brooklin piloted the Webfoots to a first down on…

… into the forbidden zone. Again against Purdue the Michigan line held with first and four to go. The goal line stand came again in the second quarter when the Wolverines held a scant advantage and a score…

Wolverines face their severest test. They'll be outweighed by a least 14 pounds to the man in the line. And when you realize that the men in the Wolverine defensive line aren't exactly midgets, as they average…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

… TIJE AlICIII(-.W'-,XN DAIIA I'll U"ICSDAV, JANUARY 1, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 =-' -79= It V11 Warns Coast by rouncing S ord, 49-13, Wolverines Pi Up 42-0 Halftie…

… tackle and went over. Jim Brieske booted the first of his seven straight conversions. Less than two minutes later, Len Ford, Wolverine end, recovered a Stanford fumble. Two plays and a 15-yard unnecessary…

… rough- ing penalty moved the ball to - __---------- the Indian 10, where Bump El- liott, running off the famous Lite-Ups A ,1 Daily-Lmanian OUTTA MY WAY-All-American Bob Chappuis (49), shifty Wolverine

… Sweat A sun-burned throng of more than 65,000 yesterday poured out of Michigan Stadium after viewing a heavily favored Wolverine team steamroller the Stanford Indians, 49-13. Predicted rain failed to…

… on grid fans. Turn-About Wolverine fans did a turn-about early in the game, cheering every scoring attempt of the underdog Stanford eleven. And thundering Michigan cheers greeted both Stanford…

Wolverine Soboleski..... fullback spun into a gaping hole, WilkinsI on the Michigan 39-yard line, White ....... C ......., broke out into the clear, shook Yerges.......Q. loose from a headgear tackle, slowed…

… minutes old. StanfGAd ... 280 14 The last bolt of Wolverine first Stanford......0 0 quarter lightning struck suddenly Michigan scoring-Tou after Michigan had been penal- l'%ann, C. Elliott, Weise ized for…

… end went up and hauled it Edickson, Coker. Poin in on his fingertips to inake it touchdown: Mervin. four touchdowns in eight and a half minutes. halfeminues.Rquarter. The passing of Wolverines Rest…

… string quarterback Morris Then the Wolverine scoring at- running of little Wayne1 tack took a 13 minute siesta, dur- and Mickey Titus spark ing which time the Indians had ford's second half play. nothing…

September 23, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… the mainecog in Snartan Coach "Biggie" Munn's 1947 grid ~~ machine. The fleet back pronounces his last name like "Gary.".............. BIG GUNS-Dom Tomasi (left), Wolverine guard, and Bob Chappuis…

…-American possibility. Both players are also members of the Wolverine baseball team. TEXAS RANGER-Bob Smith Iowa fullback, hails from Ran" ger, Tex., and may fill the spo vacated by Dick Hoerner. COMPETITORS-Ohio State…

January 17, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 78) • Page Image 6

…THE m i r i GA ~AT, MW. 1.7, i94~ Wolverine Cagers Bow to Badgers, 55-34 ~o isconsin Five Regains Old Form To Avenge Wolverines' Upset Win AND NOW FOR THE BUCKEYES: Natators Perform…

… game. Working set plays off their rapid- moving weave, the Badgers continu- ally broke men free under the bas- kets for layup shots. And when the Wolverines pulled their defense in to combat this…

… little more than seal the Wolverines' fate. For Wisconsin poured.it on and, be- fore the Maize and Blue .could get another basket, the scoreboard read 11-5 against them. Wolverines Drag at Half The…

Wolverines managed to pick up four more double-deckers during the initial half, but between these Wisconsin showered markers in to roll up a 34-13 halftime margin. From then on, it was just a. matter of how…

… game Wisconsin showed amazing accuracy in shoot- ing. Altogether they sent 56 shots at the Wolverine hoop, sinking 22 for a 39 per cent mark. ' * h * The box score: By JOE McHALE' "You look pretty good…

April 15, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

… cases on Thursday and WCe , forced to withdraw frii the en- tries. Weinberg swarni on Fidat but his performance wi,,; no,, upi to par. Coach Matt Mann was also af- flicted as the Wolverines man- aged to…

… squeeze into fourth plac- behind the winners, Ohio State The Philadelphia Turners, led by Joe Verdeur and Don fe+orrest were second while Yale finished third-one point ali.ad of ti( crippled Wolverines

… the University of Virginia, 5-4. Wolverine net mentor Ray Dixon commented that "the team did very well considering the fact that they had not had any outdoor practice prior to the Southern trip." "The…

Wolverines. Gordon Naugle scored Michigan's only singles win while the number two All freshman and sophomores interested in applying for footblall manager positions may report to E. Kirk McKinney af- ter 3…

… ninth straight victory over a two year stretch. This year he holds a two-hit 5-1 verdict over Maryland and a 4-3 win over Duke. The Wolverine batting attack, which fared none too well below the Mason…

… which included a homer, triple and two doubles. Elliott hit an even .300 and Wiese connected for a .29 average. Nor did the Wolverines' defen- sive department look much better than their offensive…

… a three-run barrage in the ninth inning and Michigan lost, 7-4. tling Way Tlo GO All in all, the Wolverines looked a far cry from the club that was Big Nine runner-up last year, but they still have…

October 30, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…. Although right guard Siegert may not come into .contact with Stu Wilkins, Michigan's offensive right guard, or two bulwarks of the Wolverines' defense, tackles Al Wistert and Al Wahl; it is sure that he will…

… a homecoming skirmish with the impregnable Wolverines before an overflow gathering of 85,973. The last time the men from Champaign set foot on the battle- grounds of Ann Arbor they went home with…

January 04, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

… basketball squad rounded out its pre-conference games during a five game holiday invasion of the midwest and far west. The Wolverines won four games, dropping Colorado A&M, 56-37, Santa Clara, 53-37, Toledo…

… single out any outstanding performer for the Wolverines. Suprunowjcz, Harrison and Mc- Caslin paced the Michigan scor- ing effort, but it was team-work that paid off in the Toledo, Col- orado U., and Santa…

…- sidered the game with Michigan as the highlight of the season. THE WOLVERINE mentor stated that his team was off form against the Rockets and had high praise for the Toledo quintet's ability. One of the…

Wolverines had little trouble against the Broncos of Santa Clara, rebounding from their set back at the hands of the Stanford squad to take a decisive 53-37 decision. THAT WAS the only walk away in the…

… invasion of the West how- ever, as Michigan was forced to come from behind to take its vic- tories from Colorado A&M and Colorado University. The Wolverines, proving their coach's confidence in his squad…

… Christmas hol- idays. With the Wolverine's season record still unblemished by defeat, the pucksters return to home ice this week to face Queens Uni- versity at the coliseum, Friday and Saturday nights…

…. DEFEATING THE.University of Toronto 12-1 in Chicago Decem- ber 16 the Wolverines returned to Ann Arbor the following eve- ning and again beat the Cana- dians by the score of 6-4. These twin victories gave the…

… night when the pucksters again played Colorado. He scored the goal in the closing seconds of the contest which gave the Wolver- ines a 4-4 tie. JOURNEYING to Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Wolverines over…

October 20, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 24) • Page Image 7

… SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN __ Wolverines Rally To Deadlock Fighting Wildcats, 14- 14 Schwall, Murakowski, Aschenbrenner Shine v (Continued from Page 1) ern…

… long pass to Elliott on the goal line. The Wolverine wingback took the ball from a Wildcat defender, bobbled it, then clutched it and fell over the goal line for the initial Michigan score. "Automatic…

… Jim" Brieske converted and it was 7-0. It was midway in the second period when Northwestern evened the score. The Cats drove 73 yards to the Wolverine 11 only to lose the ball when quarterback Jer- ry…

… Carle's fumble was recovered by Paul White. On the second play Pete Elliott lost the ball and Sarkisian recovered it for the Cats on the Wolverine 17. Schwall found a huge hole ,over Michigan's defensive…

… seven on an offside penalty but Aschenbrenner made three and Murakowski one on two tries at the Wolverine line. Schwall moved to the sic-inch line bring- ing up fourth down and less than one for the…

… pass from the Michigan 14. Jack MacKenzie plucked the pig- skin out of the air at midfield and carried it back to the Michigan one- yard line. But the Wolverine line rose up and knocked Ralph Everist…

… shadows of the Wolverine goal posts. Then just as it seemed that another fumble, this time by Chappuis on the Michi- gan 26, would end the Wolverines' hopes, the big break came. On three plays the Wildcats…

…;n tried a field goal from the Michigan 20. The attempt was blocked by the charging Wolverine forwards. Jack Weisenburger grabbed the loose pigskin and raced to the Northwestern 45. Chappuis passed to Bob…

March 13, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

… made it nec- essary for me to cancel any plans for - a trip South this year," said the net mentor. The Wolverines open the 11-game dual meet schedule with Notre Dame here on April 18, with a possibility…

… Lansing to bat- tle the Spartans. Returning home, the racqueteers clash with Chicago and Wayne and' then go to Columbus to meet North- western, runner-up to the Wolverines last season, and Ohio State. After…

…) contest. The lone exception to thisj widely-heralded proof of Michigan's! swimming supremacy lies in the 50- yard freestyle, where Ohio State's Capt. John Leitt boasts a clocking of 23.9. But Wolverine Capt…

… Michigan's diamond coach, Ray Fisher, has one that only Mother Nature can solve-the wea- ther. In the past Wolverine baseball teams have been forced to make their annual spring trips with only their practice…

February 29, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…, Ohio State coach, called the Wolverines "a better team than Iowa." Commenting further on this year's down-to-the-wire hoop race in the Big Nine, the Buck- eye mentor stated that, in his opinion, Michigan…

Wolverines a 38- 34 lead and insure them of at least a tie. But a tie wasn't good enough as the freestyle relay quartet really poured it on and wrote finis to the Buckeye streak in a fine 3:31.1 timing…

… were con- Winter, f ... .,.,......1 1 1 tent to trade points with the Wol- Jacobs, f..........0 0 0 verines boosting their lead as El- - - - . Iil I 4qr i r PETE ELLIOTT . tops Wolverine scorers…

… WHEN REPAIRING FOOTWEAR Wolverine Gymnasts Defeat Taroons,_Badgers at Chicago s e . Elliott (continued from Page 1) Ca pCruht as a result-T HE SCORE IS HIGH. in favor of Fileccia Bros. SERVICE WITHIN…

May 20, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

…TiE iC II GA-N f DA TLY rAGE TIES ~ . . .......... - -- --------------- Netters TrounceBuckeyes 79; Will Meet Wildcats Today Squad Scores Fifth Straight Conference Win of Season Wolverines

…- ed its fifth consecutive conference victory of the 1944 campaign by whip- ping Ohio State 7-2 in a match play- ed yesterday at Ferry Field. The Wolverines will go after their sixth straight Big Ten…

… three dou- bles tilts. Jim Frolick and Dave Post were the Wolverine losers, each of them bowing out in a close three-set battle. Johnson Wins Again The feature game of the afternoon came in the number one…

… Tom Mitchell. The scores were 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. Both boys played very aggressive tennis and a lot of spectacular shots came from both sides of the court. Merle Gulik, the Wolverine number three man, kept…

… seen here in a long time oc- curred in the number one tilt, when Johnson and Ford teed off against the Buckeyes duo of Franklin and Mitchell. The Wolverine team fin- ally won the match in a gruelling…

January 16, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…it --- . - r .y ." r-,i fit-' - y /,, I * .i , .,y .. . ., , - . i. J. -= .6- 1Xl- -. .'. i .. . L '-L V r s y , . .. w . ~ _ .r h1 u- .L vru+0i Wolverines Upset Badgers, 38-34, For First Big…

… accurately- placed shots coipleted the job of, mastery by the Wolverines. So closely fought was the battle that the lead changed hands 16 times and the par- tisan crowd yelled' itself hoarse. Bob Sullivan…

January 12, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

… W ,-A t !A t 12, 194#- Hoopsters T~I~ ~cti~AN ATIM i Lose SE A Wolverine Mermen Face Improved Purdue Squad It will be another case of pupil versus coach at Lafayette this Saturday when Purdue…

… coach Dick Papenguth sends his Boilermaker mermen against Matt Mann's Wolverines. Papenguth, who has been doing a good job of building up Pur- due's swimming fortunes, was one of Mann's early pupils at…

… delayed the team's arrival back to Ann Arbor by about a week. Wolverine coach Vic Ileyliger announced yesterday that he had called off the scheduled weekend series with Yale and Princeton because of the…

… announced that he was cutting downi on the number of team practice ses- sions for the same reason. It would have been the second meeting with Princeton and would have given the Wolverines a good MERLE LEVIN…

… the Wolverines idle until final examinations are over. Then on January 29th and 31st, the Maize and Blue pucksters entrain for Houghton to play a two game series with Michigan Tech. In the Michigan Tech…

… sris, tC Wolverines will be out to get a. fly- ing start on the mid-western NCAA berth. It is, as last year,1 being decided between Michigan, Minnesota and Michigan Tech,a with Nortt lDakota ain outside…

… in two losses for the Wolverines, 45-31 to Minne- sota, and 45-36 to Purdue. In Saturday night's contest with the Gophers the Wolverines were obviously working under ter- rific pressure, and tightened…

… games. AFTEIC TAKING a shot from the floor the Wolverines did not consistently follow through to pick up the rebounding ball. t ichigan's ball handling was ragged too. They just couldn't hang on to the…

November 24, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 54) • Page Image 6

…GETHE MICHIGAN DAIYSUN MAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1946 oIV eres iss itle Train To nS econd 'M'Ohio Sta COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 23-(A)- Coach Fritz Crisler in the dressing room declared his Wolverines had…

… ,boosted. -Michigan's over-all total to 651,387, an all time record. * * * Michigan's lopsided 58-6 victory was the second highest a Crisler- te Sidelights coached Wolverine has scored. In 1939 Michigan…

… good licking and there is no use to cry about it." The Wolverines were pretty certain as soon as they reached their dressing room that their Rose Bowl hopes had been dashed. The Illini were leading at…

…? Don't let long hair interfere with your hearing in classes . start a change account here until your checks come in, Wolverine Jayvees S t er Ohij*o State 'B' Eleven, 33=14.1 Special to The Daily…

… morning. It was Alan Traugott, Mike Yedinak and John Ghindia who sparked the Wolverines' attack, aided no little by a sparkling 91 yard kick return in the second stanza by Chuck Lentz. Ghindia contributed a…

… Ohio 5. Fonde on the reverse off left tackle went to the one and then on the same play took the ball over. Jim Brieske converted and it was 7-0 for the Wolverines. Later in the first period the Wol…

… the Buckeye 14 and Fonde went over on the reverse play off left tackle. Brieske found his eye again and added the extra point to make the score 20-0 for Michigan. But the Wolverines weren't through yet…

… lateralled tc Madar. Madar was pulled down on the Ohio 21. Two plays, later Mann negotiated the 21 yards on an end- around and Brieske converted to give the Wolverines a 34-0 mar- gin. Toward the end of the…

April 26, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

… For Conference Tennis Contests Wolverines Start Year By Defeating MSC, 7-2 Michigan's varsity tennis team handed MCS a sweeping 7-2 defeat in their season debut Wednesday on the Ferry Field courts…

…, were closely contested and went to three sets. Wellington Beats Philips One of the highlights of the after- noon was the number three singles match in which Wolverine Fred Wel- lington defeated Dave…

…-3 victory over State's Carl Frans. Wolverine Jack Evans was victorious in the number five singles defeating his Spartan ad- verstary by a score of 7-5, 6-4. Wolverines Sweep Doubles In the doubles department…

…, the Wolverines swept all three matches and held the offensive most of the way. The Wolverines encounter their first conference competition tomor- row when they face Indiana in the morning and Purdue in…

… the after- noon at Lafayette. Six Wolverines See Action Today Linksmen Face In Sprint Medley, 2-Mile, Shot Put Bi Ten Champs Sprint Quartet Will Defend Crown; Maize and On OSU Course Blue Face Stiff…

… Philadelphia. Only six of the Wolverines will see action today, however, the other three having to wait until tomorrow's races. Michigan's sprint medley quartet will attempt to defend its 1945 title today, while…

… afternon. He faces an extremely tough field, too, with Frank Martin of NYU, National Col- legiate two-mile champion, leading the pack. Four Way Duel Expected Saturday the Wolverines will try for titles in…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

… H oopsters Seek Second Victory Against Illinois Wolverines Out To End Toronto Winn ing Streak By CLARK BAKER Michigan's swimming team, winner in its last four engagements, will go after number five…

… defeat and the visiting Wayne squad doesn't figure to cut the Wolverines' string tonight. The Tartars won their only start last week from Case, 65-10. Tonight's clash should give Coach Matt Mann's outfit a…

… champ, will represent the Tartars in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle events. He will probably oppose Wolverine Dick Weinberg in the 50 and Wolv- erine Charley Fries in the 100. Weinberg holds one decision…

…. Not once this season have the Wolverines had to yield a first spot in the diving but the competition hasn't been too sharp, either. Tonight the Maize and Blue trio, Alex Canja, Gil Evans and Ralph…

… freestyle races the Wolverine mentor will make his choices from Matt Mann, III, Dave Tittle, Charley Moss, Neville Adams and Jay Sanford. I I 'R- v R.. ° w a v v ar io ar v To face the Tartars in the 200…

May 19, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

… over Boilermakers Today Wolverines Will Be Defending Champions * In Conference Meet at Champaign, May 26 Faced with the expectation of their second Saturday in the mud, Michi- gan's track squad will…

… his team in action before the Confer- ence Meet at Champaign, Ill. on May 26. Here, the Wolverines will be de- fending champions. Wolverines Favored In the Purdue meet today, the Wol- verines are rated…

…, where Wed- nesday they open a four-game series. Today's washout was the 13th of the young season for Detroit and the seventh in the last nine days. BUY WAR BONDS WOLVERINE THREATS-Dick Barnard (left) and…

… Jinx Johnson are two Wolverines that will be constant threats to opponents today. Barnard runs the mile, while Johnson plays number 2 singles for Michigan track and tennis teams respectively. OUT FOR…

… their tenth straight and the Wolverines hoping to gain their fourth consecutive tri- umph. Leading the Maize and Blue squad will be Captain Paul O'Hara, followed by Phil Marcellus, John Tews, John…

… team, O'Hara, Marcellus, Jenswold, and Tews, will participate in the meet. Not only did 'the Wolverines capture tle team crown, but Jens- wold woi the individual title from Marcellus who was Big Ten…

May 14, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

… - Wolverine Racqueteers Defeat Illinois, Tennis Team Ret Unblemished Big Record with Victc By DAVE LOEWENBE Mihigan's sensational ten rackedl u its thirdt and fou Wisconsin by 9-0 Scores gains Lavis fell…

… before the aggressive Lewis esores of 7-5, 6-3. The Illinois team Ten to the tune of '-0, 6-2. of Staakey and Riepma extended Dave Post, the Wolverines' number Johnson and Ford to three sets before orie…

…S six man, ended Michigan's scoring ac- I finally succumbing 8-6, 6-8 and 6-3. complishments for the afternoon with The second Wolverine duo of Fro- RG a pair of wins over Tom Brenner and lik and Lewis…

…, Don Grate, with two down in the first in- ning. Buckeye pitcher, Don Maxa, pitched on even terms with Hirsch for seven innings, giving up one unearned run in the fifth, and taming the Wolverine hitters…

… into almost complete submission. How- ever, in the eighth, Michigan fi- nally found the range to drive across four runs on five hits, three of them extra-base blows. First Run Is 'Unearned The Wolverines

April 25, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY,APRIL25, 1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Nine Meets Chicago Here; Trackmen Compete At Drake Netmen ToGo After Opening Conference Win Wolverine Tenis Squad Meets Green Chicago…

… against Bob Lifton of the Ma- roons who was runner-up for Big Ten honors in the fifth bracket. In the fourth singles match of the afternoon, the - Wolverines' colorful Wayne Stille will match his blister…

…. The second doubles match will pair Stille and Porter of the Wolverines against Self and Lifton while Gamon and Howie Bacon will battle Chicago's Dave Martin and Bob Weedfall in the af- ternoon's final…

… match. Golfers Prep For Spartan Home Opener By LYONS HOWLAND Coach Ray Courtright's dark horse golf squad will open its home season tomorrow when the Wolverines face Michigan State's invading forces on…

… the expansive University Golf Course. The Wolverines go into battle fav- ored by both this and last year's record. Meeting Michigan State on two occasions last year, Michigan trounced the Spartans by a…

… are concerned, both teams have fared well enough to make the match an interesting one. The Spartans with very little preparation lost to Ohio State early this season, and then the Wolverines defeated…

… Ohio State. But Michigan State has had time for practice since then, so this is not as favorable a point for the Wolverines as it would seem. Coach Courtright expects to choose his starting squad from…

…- dard will take the mound for Mich- igan against Chicago this afternoon as the Wolverines open their West- ern Conference season. Stoddard won three games while dropping none during the Southern trip, de…

… that faced Notre Dame Tuesday with the exception of Stoddard on the hill. The Wolverine mentor decided to hope for a return to hitting form rather than experiment with a jug- gled batting order. .l…

…* * * The lineups: Wolverines Prepared To Face Strong Field In Relay Carnival -- ' (Continuedafrom Page 1) ed by Notre Deimne, the same. quartet which puished the Wolverines to a new Field House standard in…

February 13, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

… Kalamazoo all listed on the program. One Carnival record that is expec- ted to fall will be the mark in the spe- cial 300-yard invitational event. Bob Ufer, the Wolverines' national indoor quar; er…

… Conference collection this after- noon at Evanston, Ill., in a match with Northwestern. Victorious over Ohio State and In- diana in its only two Conference ap- pearances, Coach Ray Courtright's Wolverine

… in Michi- gan's uninterrupted march to the 1943 Conference championship-a match with Illinois at Champaign Monday night. A victory over the Illini grap- plers will send the Wolverines into the Big Ten…

… practice only five times recently and is not in the best of shape. Both Bradley and Athens played wings on the second Wolverine line this year. Bradley is a scrappy skater with a very fast shot at the nets…

… guard on last fall's Wolverine Frosh eleven, came close to making Mich-. igan track history yesterday after- noon at Yost Field House when he heaved the 16-pound shot 45 feet, 8 ,!i inches. F'rosh Coach…

… Chet Stackhouse dug back through freshman record books and discovered that Kraeger's toss was the second best in Michi- gan history. Bill Watson, a former Wolverine track great, heaved the iron ball 48…

… ft, 5 in. as a freshman. Coming Sunday "STAND BY FOR ACTION" IHE MICHIGAN WOLVERINE ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN EVENING SANDWICH COUNTER DELUXE SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SPECIALS BEVERAGES E II! I…

May 06, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

… eli- gible to vote. Wolverines Face Illinois On Home Field Today By KEN BIALKIN Michigan plays host to the co- holders of the Western Conference baseball crown this afternoon as league leading…

… Illinois moves into Ann Arbor for a two game series with the Wolverines. This afternoon's game will start at 3:30 p.m. on the Ferry Field diamond while Saturday's tilt is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. THE TWO GAME…

… series re- news one of the hardest fought baseball rivalries in the Big Nine as the Wolverines seek to strength- en a record that includes only two victories in six Conference games. Wolverine coach Ray…

… record of two wins and four losses, is now in sixth place in Confer- ence standings. The Wolverines find themselves in seventh place in team batting, with an average of .215. Only four Michigan hitters…

… season. THE WOLVERINE sprinter is wasting no time in finding some of the nation's fastest sprint com- petition to run against. Only last week he met California's Donnie Anderson in a dual meet, and downed…

… Courts By JOHN BARBOUR The varsity courts at Evanston, Illinois will undoubtedly be the hottest place in the world this weekend as Minnesota's Gophers clash with Michigan's Wolverines and Northwestern…

May 14, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

… year for the Wildcats has moved up to the number two slot and will meet Wolverine Captain Bill Mikulich. "Mik" has changed places with teammate Fred Otto, whose sinus trouble has forced him to step down…

… championships, placing second. He will pose a threat for the Wolverine number six man, Don MacKay. The Wolverines, after battling NXc thwesten in Evanston will move to Lafayette, Ind. where they encounter the…

… Purdue Boil- ermakers tomorrow morning. They return to Ann Arbor to- morrow night. GETS EA RLY START: Wolverine Golf Captain Sports Long Win Streak BILL MIKULICH . . . . Michi- gan's number three netter…

…- Tomorrow and Saturday are, bigI days ,for the Wolverine baseball team, as they meet Illinois in a crucial two-game series here. Michigan needs to win both games from the powerful Illini to move into first…

… Conference and the Wolverines will have to go all out in the series to win. Mary Rotblatt, who has not lost a Conference game since Michigan beat him two years ago, is the Illini ace in the hole. If this were…

… not enough, Illinois coach Wally Roettger boasts two fine pitchers in the person of Stan Feldman and Jim Kilbane. Rotblatt on Mound Rotblatt will probably pitch to- Bob Chappuis, Wolverine rightfielder…

… first game. 18 Man Squad Wolverine coach Ray Fisher named an 18-man squad to make the trek here in an attempt to bring Michigan its first diamond crown in four years. Five pitchers were selected. They are…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

… number from Ypsi Normal at the Washtenaw Country Club. It was one of the largest line- ups presented by any two squads In collegiate history --and this fact pleased the Wolverine men- tor greatly in…

… this spring. Thus the Wolverine linksmen will rule heavy favorites today before test- ing Illinois in an important Big Nine match here Saturday. Michigan's jayvee, recording their second success of the…

… sea- son over the Ypsi linksters' stroked masterfully yesterday over the long and soggy course. Six of the Wolverines posted fin - al scores in the 70's, topped by Wes Carlson's sizzling 75. Visitors…

… first inning, which was enough to defeat the Wolverine nine, 2-1, be- hind the eight-hit pitching of Robin Roberts before a small, chilled crowd yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. Roberts was in complete…

… con- trol all the way after he got by the initial frame when Michigan pushed across its lone tally. He was usually in front of most of the Wolverine batters as he struck, out six and walked one…

… also well hit in the Wolverine half of the inning.' Paul White singled sharply to left. Bump Elliott lined to first, but Wikel singled over second, send- ing White to third where he scored on Bob Wiese…

… scoring and left the game amid a great ovation from the crowd. Rally Fails White tripled with one down in the Wolverine eighth, but Roberts bore down and struck out Elliott and Wikel. Two Michigan men…

… reached base in the ninth, and again Roberts pulled himself out by striking out Raymond to end the game. The Wolverines will journey to Ypsilanti to face Michigan State Normal today. Coach Ray Fisher plans…

March 15, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… their spring sports slate. Not since the lean years of 1929-30 have the Wolverines failed to pile up at least three Conference championships per season. In that ill-fated year Michigan walked off with a…

… single official title in outdoor track and an unof- ficial crown in hockey. The situation for 1945-6 exactly parallels that season of 1929-30. In six sports the Wolverines have taken only the hockey…

… bring a Conference title home to Michigan, the Wolverine winter sports teams compiled a good record in dual competition. In 62 battles the Maize and Blue bagged 41 wins for an overall winning average of…

… without trouble. Coach Vic Heyliger's hockey team rolled through a 25-game schedule with 17 wins for the Wolverines' second best winter mark.' The sextet also set new Michigan scoring marks and had their…

… best sea- son in Wolverine history. The Maize and Blue basketballers, under Coaches Bennie Oosterbaan and Bill Barclay, also set new Michigan scoring marks in garnering 12 wins as against seven losses…

March 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

… the Wolverine ships today at Minneapolis, Minn. matches to be held there with talquad, Maurice Smith. Smith has Although the finals in all events will not be run off until tomorrow night, breliminaries…

…. Coach Matt Mann's Wolverines will rely almost entirely tunity to take top honors in three Chaimes. Chaimes has won only one on team balance in the races and strength in the diving. weight divisions. Those…

…- lumibs, 57-27, but the Wolverines are Jim Counsilman is a big favorite to Stark Defeated Once ceded a chance to cop the title. counting on their quota of four men regain the crown he held in 1943. Bob At…

… after he was defeated NeW Ito(Iser , I r>t t pose Ohio's Halo Hirose and Illinois' Iy relay but has little edge over the by illini Dave Shapiro. Shapiro had . . ohni Hauletibeek. Haulenbeek has Wolverine

… expect the Bengals against the Michigan duo at Colun- raind g Mann will rely on Willard homa State champ, Kopel weighed to show added speed afield, especially bus. Wolverines Ralph Trimborn and talg ann…

January 29, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 63) • Page Image 3

… Heyliger's crew meets McMaster University's sextet at 8 p.m. at the Coliseum. Although the Maize and Blue winning streak was broken by Toronto after Michigan had won eleven straight contests, the Wolverines

… February 11 that the Wolverines play again on the'hardwood court of Yost Field House. The Badgers return Michi- gan's visit on that night. Oosterbaan's charges have main- t 0 S t r C t C Y r r l r f c A…

… his aces, Dick Weinberg out of the 50 and 100-yard freestyle races, and Matt Mann, II,, out of the 440-yard free- styl event. The Wolverine 300-yard medley re- lay team of Willard Metcalf, Bob Matters…

… the Wolverines played two of the best games they have played this season, and once again proved that it takes a really great team to beat them. And from all indications, the chances are pretty good that…

… an undefeated season, however, failed to take into account the quality of the Wolverines' opponents. Never before has a Maize and Blue sextet faced such competition as this season. Yet until the…

… coached by one of the best in the business, Ace Bailey, and they have an experienced team. The average age of the Toronto team is four years older than that of the Wolverines, and in Canada that means four…

… college aggregation he has ever coached. This certainly speaks well for the Wolverines, even in defeat. The main reason for Michigan's defeats may be attributed to Wally Halder, Toronto's ace center. The…

May 10, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… predicting would take place, will now undoubtedly center about Michigan and the Buckeyes, with the Wolverines ruling as slight favorites. Each of these three schools had two performers almost certain t'o win…

…. Meanwhile the Wolverines will also bank on their well-reknowned duoRoss and Bob Hume, to register firsts in the distance runs, and their efforts in some of the other races in which they will undoubtedly…

… over the Wolverine nine for the third time in his col- lege career. The Irish hurler drop- ped a decision to Michigan last year as well as this season. He was forc- ed to retire in the fifth inning of…

… the game with the Wolverines two weeks ago when he developed a sore arm, and has since played in the out- field for the Notre Dame club. He is expected to see action on the mound this weekend, however…

… victory over the Bunker Hill Naval Training Base. Irish Fare Well The Irish have fared well since their twin losses to the Wolverines, win- ning all of their games. They may be a much improved team over the…

… GRANT Michigan track fans will witness the cream of midwestern trackdom Saturday when Michigan, Illinois, Great Lakes, and Ohio State tangle in quadrangular meet, which inaug- urates the Wolverines' home…

Wolverine hopes are again pinned on the middle-distance men that aided in the garnering of the indoor cown. The Hume twins, Ross and Bob, Bob Thomason, Archie Parsons, and Dick Barnard, however, will not have…

… shown Michigan's Hume twins finishing in one of their famous "dead-heats." Coach Doherty is relying on this to keep happening if the Wolverines are to win the Western Conference outdoor crown. MARTINS AND…

… Michigan and Illinois have con- sistently fought it out over the cin- ders, far overshadowing the other Big Ten schools. That the Wolverines boast a considerable edge in the vic- tory column is a fine…

… tribute to the athletes and coaches who have guid- ed the destinies of Michigan track- dom. Wolverines Dominate Titles Of a possible 80 championships, both indoors and outdoors during the past 45 years…

May 01, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…TTiGSAY1, MAY 1 1,4 T~l MIilIAN ~I i High Flying Wolverine ine To ace Titans Today PeddyHackstadt,Louthen To Share Mound Duties at Home Twice Victorious Against Fighting Irish,I Michigan Squad…

… evident, however, as the Wolverines registered their first per- fect day in the field in Saturday's contest. The individual star in the Notre Dame series, according to batting statistics, was Tom Rosema…

… second tilt, when Notre Dame used four hurlers, "was rather poor," according to Fisher. Meanwhile, yesterday's practice pro duced a casualty for the Wolverines when Walt Kell, third baseman, suf- fered a…

… Michigan's performance in the Penn Relays held last Friday and Saturday, Wolverine tuack mentor Ken Doherty said yesterday "In the sixteen years that I have been affiliated with Michigan track the…

… performance this weekend was the finest display of running I have ever seen a Wolverine track team produce at this time of year." One of the scribes attending the meet for the New York Times said "The men from…

May 18, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

… Leaving for Doubleheader with Illini Thinclads To Take Part inl F our-Way Meet Wolverines Favored; Buckeyes, Wildcats Face Michigan Tennis Squad Ohio State Team Will Give Wolverines Close Battle; Harry…

… at to be determined. As "Corky" puts it, the Big Ten Championship matches, "We'll probably have to draw lots to May 27. decide who will play. The Wolverine baseball team scored three runs to Grosse…

…'t the base of the skull by a pitched ball. In the four and one-third innings of play, the Wolverines got four hits and no errors, while the Sailors pounded out four hits and two errors. Hackstadt Makes…

… First Appearance Jack Hackstadt made his debut on the mound for the Wolverines and pitched the first three innings in which the Sailors nicked him for two hits. These two safties came in the sec- ond when…

… hit over second, but the Wolverines caught him off base as Moore came up to the plate and they then exe- cuted a fast double play as Pete Com- mondorous grounded to Blanchard who threw to Ketterer to…

…'s hit after Ketterer sacrificed. Willers Gets Extra Base Hit Pitcher Al Willers got the only Wolverine extra base hit in the sec- ond when he blasted one into center- field. Bob Nussbaumer accounted for…

… the other hit in the fourth when he hit a sharp-grounder into centerfield. The Wolverines renew their Big Ten rivalry as they journey to Cham- paign for a doubleheader Saturday. This two-game series…

… will close the Illinois season. Two freshman hurlers, Howard Judson and Lou Possehl will probably start for the Illini against Bowman and Hirsch for the Wolverines. Six Stars No n By DAVE LOEWENBERG…

February 10, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…194a THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mermen Have Crowded Week Swim Meet With Buckeyes dIated ForWednesday Wolverine swimmers will endeavor to repeat their previous performance when they meet Ohio State…

… for Columbus this afternoon. Friday and Saturday eve- fings will see the Michigan men com- peting at Northwestern and Purdue The trip will prove to be a sure test of the Wolverines' power since this…

… victory a mere two weeks ago. The uncertainty of predicting the winners in this event, however, can give the event to any one of the four entered divers. After this trip the Wolverines will have just one…

… teams were, on the whole, touched rather lightly. In fact, with gains by the hockey and track teams of previously ineligible performers, Wolverine teams probably added more athletes than they lost. Final…

…, Wolverine line coach, adopted a six month old son weighing 13 pounds 4/2 ounces, and has named him Michael Lane Munn. Forest Evashevski, 1940 captain who now coaches at Hamilton College, nominates for…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

… Honors To Wolverines 4 Fourth Straight Win Keeps Slate Clean; Lewis Beats Intercollegiate Runner-Up By'HANK KEISER Capturing every one of the six singles and three doubles matches to register a…

… smashing 9-0 victory over Notre Dame, Michigan's undefeated netmen notched up their fourth straight win of the season yesterday at the I-M courts. Highlight of the encounter was Wolverine captain Roger Lewis…

… your racket unstrung! Our Restringing Service is now available to students. ARMOUR -VICTOR - JOHNSON STRINGS-$3.50 to $9.00 MO E1Vtm culty in disposing of Notre Dame's Jim Griffin, 8-6, 6-2. Wolverines

… Sweep Doubles Entering the doubles division with a 6-0 lead, the Wolverines continued on the victory trail by taking all three contests. Lewis and Hirsch took over Sampson and Tulley in an exciting three…

Wolverines Tuesday, 5-3. SUNDAY'S GAMES St. Louis at Detroit (2). New York at Boston (2). Philadelphia at Washington Cleveland at Chicago (2). (2). NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAMS V L Pct. New York .............11 4…

… for the contest was eighteenL points, with three each credited to the four single play-offs, and three apiece going to the two doubles mat- ches. Wolverines Blank Bronco Pairs In the individual matches…

…, Michi- gan was prevented from blanking their opponents when Marcellus only scored 21% points from Jim Fox- grover, Western Michigan's ace. With the doubles play, the Wolverines came through and…

… prints are fine Mother's cit Day gifts. Always Reasonably Priced GAGE LINEN SHOP 10 NICKELS ARCADE For the second time in two days, the Wolverine club played under ex-j tremely bad weather conditions. The…

February 13, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

…, 54-30 Fourth Consecutive V' Win for Wrestlers# BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 12.-()P) -Michigan's powerful -Wolverines crushed Billy Thom's Indiana Uni- versity wrestling team for their fourth consecutive…

… triumph today, 23 to 3. The Wolverines, strong favorites to oust the Hoosiers from the con- ference crown at Chicago. Feb. 19, won six events, lost one and took one forfeit. Summary: 121 pounds…

… medley relay. Paul Maloney, Wolverine distance star, took the 220-yard free style over his team- mate, Achilles Pulakus and Wildcat Kick Neff, who won the event in the initial meet. Wolverine Free…

…'s Johnny McCarthy. The Wolverines were paced by freshman Paul Maloney who, besides winning the 220, copped the 440-yard mara- thon. Michigan's 400-yard free style relay combination of Branch, Kop- pin, Cory…

… and Pulakus, outclassed the Wildcats to take the event for the Maize and Blue. By their excellent showing last night, the Wolverines will be the lo- gical favorites to capture the team championship in…

February 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAIlY PAGE TflMZK. . ........... e mm Cage WolverineQ hio State a Michigan Seeks Sec: Ohioans' Home Con By SY SONKIN Michigan's cagers will try to cake it two wins in as many staits…

… this one to bring the team's average to .500. It's also the old story of want-I ing to beat Michigan. BUT THE WOLVERINES have something at stake in this game too. Although they saw their chances for the…

… _B Oppose Bucks Gvm Contest Wolverines Seek Second Dual Meet Win; By JOHN BARBOUR Duff, Whitfield Pace Powerful Ohio Squad After suffering a 21-8 whippi Natators Seek To Extend Dual Meet Victory…

… the main features of the meet, the trampoline duel be- tween OSU's Bruce Harlan, Olym- pic diving champion, and Hobie Billingsley against the Wolverines' Ed Buchanan and Bob Shoendube, AAU trampoline…

…-meter Olympic record holder is expected to compete in the quarter-mile and 60-yard dash for the Buck- eyes. He will be joined by Harry Cogswell in the 440 run against the Wolverines. Jus Williams aind…

… Fred Stoliker will face competition in the two-: mile run from State's Frank D'Arcy. IBuckeye hordes invading Ann Ar- bor this week-end as they meetI the Wolverines at 3:00 p.m. to- day on the Yost…

WOLVERINES have little hope of equalling the performanceI of their upstate brothers, but they s"> - - - - Iat the hands of powerful Pur di cleared 13 feet six inches against Ohio State's mat squad joins t…

… isuct .eye nor..aes...,nva:.,.ng ...AnA- COACH D)ON C'ANIIAM will are intent on at least packing start Wolverine middle-distance away their first Conference vic- ace Herb Barten in the 880 and tory…

…, Whitaker and Rcilly, holder at 136 pounds, who is ngainst the Wolverines. wrestling the surprising Buckeye Michigan will be represented by Bryce Keough in the 145-pound ,im Morrish, Soble, Bob Sergeson…

… bracket. -VnCI 3~M Er 'c j 3 i . a a i i i l .; l .; .I By DICK HURST Michigan puts her two-year string of swimming triumphs on the block for real at 3:30 this af- ternoon when the Wolverines meet…

February 01, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHGAN DAltY PAGE THEEkt Wolverine Thinclads Raise urtain Tomorrow Swimmers Set To Halt Spartan Winning Streak Metcalf Faces Patterson in Backstroke Race; Mann III Takes on Gilbert in…

… other change in the start- ing lineup will be in the 145-pound class, where Maurice Smith, who hasn't seen any Big Ten competition yet, will get his first assignment Sat- urday night._ The Wolverines' two…

… 28, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon 26 ., . fit an edge while comparative times favor the Wolverines. State beat Northwestern, 51-33, while Michigan turned the trick by 47-34. The Spartans whipped Pur- due…

… last Friday, 57-27. Saturday the Wolverines turned back the Boiler- makers, 49-32. Michigan Favored On Time Basis Taking comparative times as a' basis, the Michigan State swimmers will rule favorites in…

… only one event, the 150-yard backstroke where Spar- tan Howie Patterson holds forth. Pat- terson beat Wolverine Willard Met- calf in December and figures to re- peat tomorrow. In the freestyle sprints…

… State will depend on Ziggy Indyke, Jim Quigley and Abel Gilbert. Against Illinois Quigley swam the 50-yard race in :24.6 while Indyke won against Pur- due last week with :24.5. Wolverines Dick Weinberg…

March 04, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

… Blue tankers on that relay team in most of the Wolverine dual meets to date have been Capt. Dobby Burton, Gus Sharemet, Lou Kivi and Jack Patten. Man is certain of one thing-Burton, Sharemet and Kivi…

… 440 freestyle which he is favored to win; as well as the 220, and Mann is wondering if the Michigan ace will have enough left to go all out in the relay. Only one man in Wolverine history has been able…

… calculations a lI garded Indiana cinder squ edge Michigan's overwheli orites in the weekend's in ference meet, 28-27. THE CHUCKLES of m other experts grew into guffaws after the first nig in which the Wolverines

… probably be missing from the enough to Mile Relay-1, Michigan; 2, Ohio; Wolverines' line-up tomorrow night re are the 3, Purdue; 4, Minnesota; 5, Indiana. against Michigan Tech. Galles In Three Years Of…

… tech- ertson, assistant coach last year. nique. Wolverine grappling hopes as Johnny "I thought I knew a lot about In fact, Galles is greatly respons- Greene and Al Wistert who is shape wrestling when I…

… came up here," Jim ible for the rise of such erstwhile ing up better every meet, besides said last week, "but I found out that Wolverine Cagers Finish Campaign With Oosterbaan S Poorest Record By…

… DICK SIMON "All's well that ends well" so the saying goes, but all didn't end well for the Wolverine cagers who have just finished their worst season un- der Bennie Oosterbaan since the gen- ial mentor…

April 23, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

… Conference Match Tosheff Hurls Three-Hitter As Taft Strikes Out Twelve Ritter's Triple Drives in Only Run in Sixth; Lone Wolverine Threat Cut Down at Plate By DICK HURST With their pre-season warmups behind…

… tour during vacation. A NUCLEUS of veterans and a trio of newcomers make up the Wolverine sextet. Captain Ed lchalon will tee off first for Mich- i1an. Playing his last year of golf for Michigan, Ed is…

… his belt, Chuck has shown a great deal of im- provement leading the Wolverines to victory against Detroit Wednes- day with a 75 despite an eight on one hole. Bob Olson and Leo Houser round out the…

… Michigan team. Both shot fine golf on the south- ern tour and Katzenmeyer is counting on them to give Mich- igan the balance its needs for a championship team. * * * THE WOLvERINES went down to Columbus…

… yesterday so that they could get in a practice round to acquaint them with the nooks and crannies of the OSU course. Ohio State will toss a green team at the Wolverines. Eligi- bility . and , graduation have…

… Big Nine play. * * * TOSHEFF allowed only two singles and a double to set the Wolverines down with apparent ease. He gave up only one walk and struck out two. Michigan couldn't get their eye on the ball…

…, won their . ieNgan. State's swimming team showed a healthy respect for Michigan natators as they named Wolverines to the No. 1 position in all but one event on their all-opponent team' chosen this week…

May 30, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…THJURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 THE IICHIGAN 'DAILY Trackmien, Netters Vie for Conference . Illini Thinclads Favored To WalkA wayWith Title Field Events Expected To Give WolVerines Most Points in…

… and Field Championships, which will be held tomor- row and Saturday at Memorial Stadium. For the first time in several years, the Wolverines, perenially strong contenders for championship honors, will…

… to spare, Michigan' Bob Harris whose 6 ft. 4 in. leap i two inches shy of the Illini's best jump, will press Eddleman and should wind up a staunch second. Bob Baker, Wolverine broad jump entrant, will…

… in the opening session of the 1946 Confer- ence championships play-offs. The pre-tourney favorites are Ohio State, last year's titlists, Northwestern, and Michigan. The Wolverines broke even in two…

… includes losses to Notre Dame and Michigan State, however, and these two teams will not oppose the Wolverines in the weekend play. Their wins over Pur- due and Illinois, combined with vic- tories over Ohio…

… State and North- western, give the Wolverines a 4-1 record against the teams they will face tomorrow and Saturday. The loss to Michigan is the only setback Northwestern's Wildcats have suffered over the…

… competition among Ohio's Howard Baker, 1945 national medal- ist winner, Manuel de la Torre of Northwestern, and Wolverine Dave Barclay. Coach Bill Barclay is taking six men to Minneapolis. Dave Barclay heads…

February 10, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

…T HE M IC HIG AN flAtilY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 194G Toronto Deals Pucksters First Shutout of 54 eason * * * * * * * * Wolverine Quin t Toronto Goalie's Outstanding Defe Pl Wolverines Stop…

… a pass Michigan's puckmen stopped 'Wallyfrom Bill Kosick, skated past the! Wolverine defense and pushed aj alder from scoring any points. It hard, fast shot past MacInnes. I was the first time this…

… last night's en- Wolverines threatened several times, counter the star Blues' forward had but were unable to put the puck past managed to nab at least three goals the Blues goalie. It was fast playing in…

… Coliseum this year and body-checks. the Wolverines had control of the From the first whistle of the third puck more times than the Toronto period until the game ended, Mich- sextet, but neither team tallied…

…- tween the two schools and the last time the Maize and Bluemeet the boys from Madison this season. In their first encounter, which was played a week ago on the Badgers' home court, the Wolverines came out…

January 25, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 60) • Page Image 3

… * * Tom orro w Wolverine Six Will Compete Against Toronto Blues Today Michigan Puisksters Travel to Toronto for Toughest Two-Game Series of the Season C Swimmers Face Boilermakers; Second Conference Win…

… Sought Stiff Competition Expected in Diving Events; Canja, Evans, Trimborn Slated To Perform v4 Grapplers To Oppose Champion Purdue Crew in First Home Tilt Wolverines To Fight for Initial Win of 1946…

… weeks ago the Wolverines downed Northwestern 47-34, in their Big Ten debut. Both the Boilermakers and the Maize and Blue have met Great Lakes this year, Purdue losing its lone start to theBluejackets, 53…

… will oppose Pur- due's discharged war veteran, Major Willis. Canja is unbeaten in college competition this year while Evans has been beaten only by his teammate. Boilermakers Look Tough Both Wolverines

… Huntington, a letterman from 1944-5, clash. Metcalf who has had some stiff competition thus far this season, may finally break into the winning circle. The Wolverine freshman backstrok- er has been unlucky…

June 02, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… Sixth Straight Victory By RUTH ELCONIN Teeing-off against Western Mich- igan today at the University golf course in the final match of the seas- on, the Wolverine linksmen will be shooting for their sixth…

…'s Confer- ence tournament when the Maize and Blue squad placed third coming be- hind Ohio State and Northwestern respectively. In the 1944 NCAA meet at the Inverness Country Club in Toledo, Wolverine

… play a doubleheader against Purdue today in a series which could see the Wolverines again don the Big Ten crown for the second straight year. The powerful Maize and Blue squad, in winning 17 straight…

… the Boilermakers, they will gain undisputed possession of the title, having won six and losing won. This series resembles last year's Purdue contetts, when the Wolverines down- ed them twice and took…

… over the top spot in the Conference. After- surg-ing over the Western WOLVERINE MAINSTAYS--Bill Nelson, rightfielder, Red Louthen, seeking his fourth conference win today; and Dominic Tomasi, second…

… baseman; are all figuring in the Purdue game today, where the Maize and Blue may clinch the Big Ten crown. IN HUMES' SHOES: Parsons To Uphold Wolverine - the IPUh44 Distance Laurels Next Season v…

… With the departure of Michigan's distance medley relay in the Penn nationally famous Hume twins, Relay Carnival. His best time in Wolverine traditional strength in the the mile was 4:24.1, which was turn…

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… overtake Jens- wold's commanding lead: Marcellus Is Runner-Up Phil Marcellus, Wolverine captain all year and only civilian player, was runner-up for individual honors as he carded a 155, including a 79 on…

… round, carding an 84, but came back to knock nine strokes off his morning score. Paul O'Hara was the fifth Wolverine player and shot a 79 and 81 for 160, but although his score was lower than several…

… workouts that the Wolverines ob- tained the fine coordination they displayed at the conference meet. The Wolverines opened the season with an overwhelming 18-0 victory over the University of Detroit Titans…

…-6 setback. Broncos Swamped For the second week in a row the Wolverines were on the road and following a 25-2 victory over West- ern Michigan traveled to South Bend and received their second and last defeat of…

… Conference tennis race, that in a few words sums up the success of the' Wolverine netters for the past sea- son under the guidance of Coach Le- roy Weir. The Maize and Blue concluded the recent campaign with a…

…- tle for the championship settled itself into a two-way fight between Michi- gan and Ohio State. Michigan Wins Four Titles Individual Wolverine champion- ships were racked up in three singles flights…

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