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January 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… second half to take an easy 70-49 Big Ten basketball win from Wis- consin before 4000 partisan fans at Yost Field House last night. The win put the. Wolverines atop the young Conference race with a 2…

…-0 record. The loss was Wisconsin's second in league play. Trailing 31-30 at intermission the Wolverines unleashed their fast break to pump in 40 points while 0 holding the Badgers to a meager 18. f ddI- 1…

March 08, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… waiting for an answer (from the Western powers) to Wolverine Swim, Tracl Teams Dominate Big Te c Crane -Urges K evelopment Of Institute By BARTON HUTHWAITE Special to The Daily DETROIT- A noted…

… history.. The Wolverines piled up a 71- point total by placing in 14 of the 15 'events while the defending champion, Illinois, could compile only 48. Far back in third place was Ohio State with 25…

… of 60 points for the Wolverines. However, the unexpected per- formances of the 11 sophomores opened the door to Michigan's 23rd crown. Sops Star Spearheaded by record-shatter- ing Tom Robinson, the…

…, Michigan's fine sophomore guard, drives toward another important basket in last night's 88-66 Wolverine victory over Minnesota. Tidwell con- tributed 20 points. Cagers Down Minnesota For Second-mPlace Tie By…

… Ten scoring lead, the Wolverines assured themselves of a share of the Conference second spot behind Michigan State, and the 'M' cagers finished the most successfull sea-<_ N Michigan's g Point Tota…

… and missed layups. Forced to play the Minnesota style, the Wolverines piled up their lowest point-total of the Big Ten season-and it was barely enough to beat the rugged Gophers. The game see…

Wolverines, who had man- aged to upset the Spartans at East Lansing Friday night, fell victim to their old familiar lack of depth problem. It was a story of too many guns as MSU dressed 18 men compared to the…

… performances, the Wolverines team point total bested the Ohio State former 129 point record high, set in 1951.' Clark, who Friday night placed second to Michigan State's Frank Modine in the 100-yd. breaststroke…

January 11, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

Wolverines 'M' Loses, 84-57 Remains in Cellar Special To The Daily EVANSTON -Michigan's bas- ketball squad sank deeper into the Big Ten cellar last night when it was handed its fourth straight loss, an 84…

…-57 thumping by North- western at the new McCaw Me- morial Stadium. The Wildcats. went wild in the final quarter netting 17 markers while the Wolverines were blank- ed to cinch their victory. * * * LED BY…

… freezing * K -Daily-Don Campbell MONTREAL GOALIE STOPS WOLVERINE SCORING ATTEMPT BY KEYES * * * M l tM c:I * * *2 Monr eal StunRs MichiganIcernen, 2-1 By BOB MARGOLIN An aroused Montreal hockey team, still…

… smarting from a 13-2 defeat at the hands of Michigan the night before, upset the favored Wolverines, 2-1, last night before a full house at the Coliseum. - The Maize and Blue, possibly expecting another easy…

… victory, knew they werb in for a rough night before many minutes were gone. Two Wolverine offsensive thrusts in the first three minutes of the game were broken up by the Montreal defense, which play- ed…

… helped off the ice in the first per- iod, had little trouble in netting tb e puck on a short shot.' The Wolverines took heart from Philpott's goal and poured it on for the rest of the game, but as game as…

… sink at hin. On more than one occa- sion, a Michigan icer lost the range with an open goal in front of him. The story was the same for the Wolverines in the second period. For a few seconds they even had…

… a two man advantage on their Canadian opponents, but a stub- born defense wouldn't give way. Throughout the game, everytime the Wolverines controlled the puck on a fast break, a Montreal de- fender…

March 09, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

… Denied by Morris WASHINGTON -(R)- Govern- ment cleanup boss Newbold Mor- ris, denying he was active "in I -'knMM1n.-zf f nnt +P' f od q Illinois Sweeps* Mat, Track Titles Wolverines Second in Both Meets…

…; Swiners Third, Gymnasts Fourth Michigan athletic teams were always the bridesmaids and never the brides in four conference meets held yesterday. Illinois kept the Wolverines from the altar three times…

… in Wolverine mat history to stage a dramatic comeback and take second place in the 27th an- nual Big Ten Wrestling champion- ship here yesterday. Illinois finished first with a to- tal of 28 points as…

… 26 points, even if they did not win a match in the finals. * * * WITH MICHIGAN it was a dif- ferent story. The Wolverines had placed only two men in the finals, and in order to come close, they had to…

…, and carried the match to his opponent, who hod prev- iously , defeated him 6,2 in a dual meet at Lansing. Dick O'Shaughnessy also won an individual championship for the Wolverines. In a very close match…

… the Wolverine sophomore came from behind, and because ofI his aggressive style, he won on a' referee's decision. * * * BUT THE real point grabbers were the Wolverines who had been eliminated on Friday…

… Colorado College in the tournament. * * * IN LAST night's regular season finale Doug Mullen was the hero as he scored the winning tally with less than five minutes to play, The Wolverines were traliing with…

…, the Huskies kept the Wolverines in check all night. Doug Philpott gave the Wolver- ines a 1-0 lead after five minutes of play. The Michigan center con- verted a pass out from behind the nets by Pat…

November 25, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

… for the Michigan team which will take the field at 2 p.m. for the 47th meeting since 1897 between the Buckeyes of Ohio and the Wolverines. Twenty-degree tempera- tures make for difficult ball handling…

… than an occasional thought regarding the outcome of the Illinois-Northwestern tussle taking place this afternoon in Evanston. Should both the Wildcats and the Wolverines win today, the Maize and Blue…

…-0 game mid-way ii October and saw his first service since that time against the Wildcats last Saturday. IMPRESSIVE IN HIS FOUR ATTEMPTS to advance the ball, last week the Wolverine wingback showed up…

… ball mad Columbus last nght ex- hot water. The temperature raised doubts whether the Soviets tended a warm welcothe to thou- early yesterday was five below sands of Wolverine fans. ~y early Japanese…

May 22, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… 9-0 shutout of Illinois. The dual meet triumph was the 13th in a row this season for the Wolverines and the 19th without defeat since May 11 of last year. Played Outstanding Matches All the Wolverine

…, which he said were valued at 5,000 pesos ($400). Sen. Johnson Backs Salk en. eorge arns .S. Michigan's weekend victories Wolverines Lose to OSU In Twin Bill Special to The Daily There is no joy 'at…

… Michigan for the Wolverines have lost out. Michigan's baseball team, which gave such healthy promise to fans at the beginning of the season and then faded to a hopeful third place tie with Michigan State…

…, was finally crushed into a final fifth place yesterday at the hands t of Ohio State, now the Big Ten champions. Lose 13-4, 5-1 The champs from Columbus rolled over the Wolverines twice, 13-4 and 5-1, in…

… tele- vision a year and a half ago. Since then, she has done work in theater and television. over defending champion, Indiana - and highly-rated Illinois have vaulted the Wolverines into th favorite…

…- posing of Illinois' Conrad Woods, runner-up in Big Ten singles last year. The Wolverine won in straight sets, 6-4, 6-1. Woods was unable to cope with MacKay's blistering volleys which were scattered…

… that was enough to prevent the Wolverines from sweeping the six singles matches in straight sets. Mann, who has taken full ad- vantage of his demotion from last See NETTERS, Page 3 U', SC Judic Councils…

December 12, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

… Fliers * * * * * * * Wolverines Win Cage Game, 71-56; Icers Tie * * Cable Seeks Montreal (~) Court Team Easily Downs Butler Squad Barron, Eaddy Lead 'M' With 16 Points By DON LINDMAN…

… Michigan guards Don Eaddy and JimBarron scored 16 points apiece last night to lead the Wolverine basketball team to an easy 71-65 win. over an outclassed Butler squad. Although playing listless ball dur- ing…

… in the second half as the Wolverines were unable to halt the 6'-3" Bulldog star. Obviously not emotionally up for the tilt, Coach Bill Perigo's crew played exceptionally well when they had to, but…

… Butler failed to press the Wolverines during most of the game. A fast-breaking offense and a vir- tually airtight defense built up 10- 4 and 27-12 leads in the first half, which ended with Michigan holding…

… a 32-16 advantage. As the half was drawing to a close, however, the Wolverine offense became slipshod at times and continued to be so in the second half, which was an en- tirely different story…

…F 10 and 11 points of Wolverines on two occasions, but Perigo's menc were equal to the challenge -andt quickly increased their lead bothr times.t Eaddy, netting five baskets int the first half, led a…

May 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

… yes- terday in leading his Illinois team- mates to an 8-5 victory over Mich- igan here yesterday. The loss was' the Wolverines' fifth against a similar number of Big Ten wins, and virtually re- moved…

…. "well-disputed" plays spelled defeat for the Michigan nine. Delveaux, who has often given the Wolverines a tough time on the gridiron, was even tougher when he came into pitch with the score tied, 5…

February 16, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Bobbie Watts (2) skate after loose puck. Wolverine goalie Ross Childs (1) stands ready to make a possible. save, while teammate Warren Wills (3) prepares to lend a helping hand. MSU Trims 'M' leers In…

… his own blue line with the puck, and beat the Michigan defense, then deftly placed the puck past goalie. Ross Childs from six feet out. Delky bozzi tied up the game for the Wolverines with a 35-foot…

… Michigan, 85-76, before 11,498 fans at St. John Arena. It was the Buckeyes' sixth straight Conference win at home, giving them a 6-5 Big Ten record. Michigan is now'4-4 in Conference play. The Wolverines

… with 34 points in the second half. Howard Stopped Howard, who came into the game sporting a 16.7 average in Big Ten play, was stopped cold for the second time this season by the Wolverines' M. C. Burton…

…., Howard scored only two points before he fouled out with 2:44,g one in the secondhalf. His departure appeared to be the turning point in the game for the Wolverines. They had cut a 38-35 OSU half- time lead…

… number of informers among students at one in 10 or 12. Ik c e t al was scored at 19:00 of the last period on a pass from Wolverine captain Neil McDonald. Startling Call Just 27 seconds later, one of the…

… most startling calls of the year took place. The Wolverines pep- pered Spartan Goalie Joe Selinger with three shots and finally the fourth bounced in. Rather the offi- cial goal judge thought it did, but…

January 15, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…' & YAq.XEM VI/L. LALV1. IVO."Y Wolverines Stop Wildcats, 94-76 Detroit 's Newspap er Strike Settled Kramer Goes On 34-Point Spree To Set New Michigan Scoring Mark Special To The Daily 4…

… EVANSTON, Ill.-Paced by Ron Kramer's record-breaking 34 points, the Michigan basketball squad topped Northwestern 94-76 last night in McGaw Memorial Field House. The victory kept the Wolverines in the thick…

… past MacCarten only to have it hit the pipe and bounce away. The partisan Michigan crowd warmed up to the situation and called for a Wolverine goal as the second period opened. Dick Dunni- gan brought…

February 26, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… associated with the At- lantic Union movement. -Daily-Dick Gaskill NORTH DAKOTA GOALIE JERRY SCHULTZ BLOCKS BILL MacFARLAND'S SHOT BUT WOLVERINES POUND OUT 7-0 WIN TO NEAR NCAA PLAYOFF BERTH. Wolverine Icers…

…-out of the year. Wolverines will take on the No- daks again tonight in the Coli- seum at 8:00, and will attempt to run their victory streak to six straight games. Heyligers' sextet has now copped nine out…

… of their last 11 games, putting on another brilliant stretch run in the race to the Broadmoor and the NCAA Ice finals. Work Smoothly For the first time this season, two Wolverine lines functioned…

… North Dakota offense never got going. Only Ben Cherski resem- bled his press clippings, but even he was obscure in the face of the Wolverine onslaught. Garner Two Points The game, worth two big points in…

February 28, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… McGill Uni- versity hockey squad jumped off to an early lead and was never headed as it whitewashed an over- confident Wolverine sextet, 7-0, in a non-league tilt, before an esti- mated 2,500 stunned…

… spectators at the Coliseum last night. Vic Heyliger's crew showed a complete reversal of form from that which they displayed last week in dumping North Dakota twice. The Wolverine's passing was completely off…

…, took passes from Jack Lynch and Wally Emo and blasted a screen shot past Willard Ikola in the Micifigan nets.I This was only the beginning of a disastrous evening for the Wolverines, who currently are…

…Elheran at 7:44. The Wolverines returned to the ice after the first intermission and immediately began pressing to! get back into the game. Their spark seemed to fade after Pat Cooney missed on a point…

… several minutes of steady pressure in the Wolverine zone finally tallied its third goal of the evening. It was scored by Jim McGowan on a pass from Len Kent at 8:54 of the stanza. Less than two minutes…

October 19, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… EVANSTON-Michigan's fastly improving Wolverines ran ram- pant over a defenseless Northwestern team to rack up their second straight conference win yesterday here in Dyche Stadium. The score was 48-14. WHAT…

…, the vaunted Chuck Hren, who had a terrible day, fumbled, Wolverine Dave Tihkham recov- ering on the Wildcat 22. WITH TED TOPOR, Kress, and Branoff carrying, Michigan ripped down to the three yard line…

… Norm Kragseth punted to Lowell,.Per- ry who ran back to the Michi- gan 36. Four plays later the Wolverines were back on the Purple four line, thanks to' two dashes of 33 and 15 yards by Kress. Once again…

… the drive failed as Topor fumbled and Wildcat Ed Denyam recovered on the four. yard line. * * * BUT THE Wolverines were not to be denied. Captain Merritt Green raced in to block an end zone punt and…

… the second play after the kick-off Northwestern got off abwobbly pass that was taken in by Wolverine lineback- er Laurie LeClaire on the Wild- cat 31. See WOLVERINE, Page 7 'U' Students Cheer, Gape At…

December 13, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… Butler included several baskets made in this manner. Cagers Win, 86-70;P" Burton Ra'cks Up 38, By JIM BENAGH Last year at this time a pack of Bulldogs defeated a band of Wolverines in a battle that upset…

… the "law of the wild." However, last evening the Wolves showed that things are status quo again-with just one fact: Michigan's Wolverines 86, Butler's Bulldogs 70, And the wildest Wolverine of all in…

… be added, reservations may still be made. All other trains, including the eastbound New York Special (3:15 p.m.) and the Wolverine (6:32 p.m.), for New York City and Bos- ton, will carry extra…

… PROF. LESLIE A. WHITE ... anthropology Wolverine Top McGill By AL SINAI Michigan's recovering ice squad, led by the inspired play of Bob White and Gary Mattson, staged a goal parade as they routed a…

February 18, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… tracked it as far as Sunan, site of a Red air base about 15 miles north of Pyongyang, North Korean capital. 'M' DROPS TO SEVENTH: Spartans whip wolverines, 79-69 E By RUDE DIFAZIO Michigan State moved to…

…. The Wolverines who led the league eight days ago, have now dropped into the seventh place with a 4-5 record. Spartans Pull Ahead After a slow start, the Spartans jumped out to a 31-25 half-time lead and…

… then constantly beat back Wolverine second-half chal- lenges with torrid out-court shoot- ing led by forward Bob Anderegg. The Spartan forward, who was high man for the night with 25 points, scored 21 in…

… the second half on a hot streak of jump shots from the corner. Star eenter : Johnny Green, who had three dif- ferent Wolverines guarding him at various times during the game, hit a respectable 18…

…. Forward George Lee lead Michi- gan with 22, while Pete Tillotson hit for 17. Anderegg Stops Drives On two different occasions in the second half, the Wolverines pulled 'to within two points only to have…

… five months at the school. She had been suspended in incidents in- volving Minniejean. -Daily-David Arnold GIVE HIM A CHANCE-Wolverine Pete Tillotson (left) and Dale Kingsbury corner Michigan State…

February 13, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

Wolverines must win I in order to remain in seventh place *,*x in the league standings. The Buck h eyes have taken only two out of k"x nine contests but a victory tonight Would push them past Michiganr and…

… points per game, ond period led to Michigan's sixth both squads. From this point on s oe fthan2smpoitstper gamengstraight hockey victory last night, however, the Wolverines were in is one of the smoothest…

…. feet pass from Pat Cooney and feet out of the net and Wolverine Cleo Vaughn and John Miller pushed the puck into the Tiger Jay 'Goold fired point blank at an round out the starting lineup, goal. Both…

… ezus dup Thompsons Tigers from defeat, nomic and cultural agreement it ment date. W ottN e s tR ouInA Lti the rampant Wolverines kept up{. a steady tatoo on the Colorado is now negotiating with Turkey…

… Deisnthog SEOUL - South Korea said MONTREAL - Police yester- his own goal. The last Wolverine Te at artmen, in yesterday it had responded to day announced the arrest of a to touch it, Pat Cooney, received The…

March 05, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

… into the twines. Stalin's defeat imminent. Specu- give the Wolverin over Michigan ey League, threw a scare into the lation as to which of them will State here last night. Wolverines when they brawled…

…, while Lucier turned in a blew the game open in the second ford in to spell Bergin. The strate- The entire situation is cloud- beautiful job after replacing Wil- period as the Wolverine scored gy backfired…

… evenings Wolverines out to a 5-2 win at the difficult to pin-point the well- D 1 scoring when he stick-handled second intermission. spring of political power in the Police RepoL rthrough the entire MSC…

… a way that there is a balance Olson later added the fourth to send the Wolverines out to a of forces within the party? These PoliSertnesttolivehimelgth'ng2tlad '.a Ji tSpartan goal to give himself the…

… the next YR meeting when a vote on the committee's recommendation will be taken. Wolverine Club Calls for Petitions The deadline for Wolverine Club petitions is 5 p.m. tomorrow. Positions available are…

Wolverine Club sponsored trip' to Saturday's basketball game in East Lansing can be made from 1 to 4 p.m. to- day and tomorrow in the Admin- istration Bldg. Bob Golton, '54, club president, announced that…

… students taking the Wolverine buses will have ap- proximately two hours to spend in. East Lansing after the game. death and its announcement. The news that the 73-year-old world Communist chief lay para…

October 21, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… watch the Wolverines try to get back on the victory trail against the up and coming Badgers who are un- beaten in three contests thus far. IT'S THE FIRST CHANCE that Williamson has had to come back and…

… Conference with two important wins over Iowa and highly-touted Illinois. The Wolverines are another big hurdle they must topple if they expect to hang on to their lofty perch and eventually get a bid to the…

… Koceski last year when Leo was out with injuries, will be kept at the tailback slot in the eventuality that Ortmann needs replacing on offense. ' The injuries have forced the Wolverine pilot, Bennie Ooster…

February 15, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…. The league-leading Spartans poured 103 points through the nets, setting a new team mark in the process. And along with the Wolverines' 91, a new Jenison Fieldhouse record for total points in one game…

…-rebounded the Wolverines, 73- 50, and therein lies the telltale clue. Michigan State broke up a rough see-saw battle late in the first half and kept on rolling after intermission to quickly pull away. The…

March 10, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…. Icers Smash Await Tonight's Final Clash For League -Daily-John Hirtzel THREE MICHIGAN TECH PLAYERS STAND HELPLESSLY BY AS WOLVERINE JERRY KARPINKA (8) SCORES. NO GAME FOR SOME: .Puck Fans D isgrunt led…

… victory last night, the 3,700 fans saw Michigan put to one of its stiffest tests of the season. It required afurious three-goal splurge in the final period to clinch the Wolverines' third straight triumph…

… for the Huskies a they drove home their only score at 3:27 of the first period to take a 1-0 lead. Bill McLay's hard, low screen shot from the right proved to be the match of Wolverine goalie Lorne…

… Howes. From then on Howes was In- vincible, and so was the rest of the brilliant Michigan defense. They had to be, as Tech equalled the ferocity of the Wolverine offense for most of the remainder of the…

…'s Howes combined for a mere 19 choice saves in the first period. Wolverines Grab Lead Early in the second stanza, the Wolverines moved ahead to stay. Ed Switzer eluded two defenders as he drove in from the…

… blue line on the left. With the Tech team See WOLVERINE, Page 3 'Magic Flute' Tries to Find Light Medium To find "a happy medium" is something many people try to do. This was the task set before par…

January 08, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… opinion, before, Michigan's basketball team is defi- nitely not "down and out" in the Big Ten. In the game here last night, the Wolverines played a highly rated Minnesota team to a 71-71 stand- still at the…

… j ump shot, and it swished through. Minnesota took a wild desperation heave which missed and the game was Michigan's-its first Confer- ence win. To set up these last minute dramatics, the Wolverines

… Gordon Lasilla's scoring attempt, symbolizes the frustration to which Michigan State was subjected in last night's 3-1 Michigan victory. Wolverine Icers Trip Spartans, 3-1 Kendall's Hat TrickSparks Victory…

Wolverines to be in top form as they pre- pare for their battle with the United States Olympic team in Detroit on Wednesday. In last night's action the Olympic team narrowly edged Minnesota, 3-2. Tom Rendall…

…'s hat trick, the Wolverines' first of the season, accounted for all of Michigan's the fastest action of the season, scoring and brought the sell-out Michigan's icers once again low- crowd screaming to…

Wolverine defenseman Bob Pitts lost his footing and slipped to the ice. This left Bob Schiller See SHARP, page 3 gra-II, VI n IVyU VIC a- year basis." President Eisenhower said in his State of the Union…

… the final horn. Volleys of shots, brilliant saves, fights, scrambles, brawls, lighting fast plays, pin- point passing-all were profusely present in the two hour spectacle. The Wolverines pressed the at…

March 04, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… to step out of the bridesmaid's role. The Wolverine tracksters stand an excellent chance of dethron- ing four-time champion Illinois as the forty-fifth annual indoor Big Ten Track and Field Champion…

… because of a lingering leg injury. The Wolverines are favored in four events - the 880, mile, high jump and mile relay. Gray Favored Pete dray has run the half-mile in 1:52.8 this year, making him the…

… OSU a 10 point total for the first night's activity. O'Reilly was credited with the five points which rated the Wolverines an early second place tie in the tourney. Lucas' third place finish was worth…

… behind the leading Buckeyes, O'Reilly was hard-pressed to edge Lucas for the runnerup spot in the opening event. After lead- ing Lucas for the first 600 meters, the fast-developing Wolverine was matched…

… of 20:59.5. Wolverine Tom Prunk's 21:30.7 rated him far away from point honors. Wehner Fades Wehner led Kerr early in the third heat and gave promise of contributing to Michigan's score with a possible…

… fifth place finish. But Kerr outlasted the fading Wolverine to gain fourth in the heat and fifth in the race. See OSU, Page 3 Committee Defers Action On Calendar At a meeting of the University Calendaring…

February 20, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

… his opponent, Arthur T. Iverson, to concede defeat. Feikens' ability to pull votes out of the big areas such as Oak- lal~d, Kent, and Wayne districts proved the deciding factor in his Wolverines

… slot, and giv- ing away 10 inches and many pounds, the sophomore still man- aged to flip 25 points through the nets. But Kramer couldn't do it all by himself and Minnesota had too much for the Wolverines

… the game still to play. M' Gets Break At the 11:58 mark, the Maize and Blue received a break. Groffs- ky blocked a Garmaker shot, and in the ensuing scramble, Garmaker grabbed the Wolverine forward and…

… the opening half, the Wolverines led '13-3. -. ~ But this was not to last. When Simonovich hit on a lay-up with 6:04 still to play in the initial 20 minutes, the Gophers moved into a 24-23 advantage, a…

… Gopher sextet, 3-1, last night in jam-packed Wil- liams Arena. The win coupled with Fri- day night's victory considerably strengthens the Wolverines chanc- es of gaining a berth to the NCAA championships…

…,000,000 WA TCHERS: Television, Fans, Singers Invade Yost By MURRY FRYMER CBS was there, and so were 8,500 closely packed rooters, the Men's Glee Club, Batoners Bill Modlin and Champ Patton, and the Wolverine

December 05, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… -Daily-Dean Morton 1XICIlIGAN HOOPS'TERS, ICERS ROMP-At left Wolverine Goalie Lorne Michigan handed the Redmen their second consecutive loss, 7 to 2. At Wolverine cagers coast 101 to 71. -Daily…

…-Dean Morton Howes makes a stop on an oncoming McGill player, as right, 'M' center Harvey Williams lays one up, as the Wolverines Sweep IcCage Tilts j: ... TT l rip President Hatcher also IHC because it…

… position, and slammed the disc into the right hand corner of the nets. The first period was "all Michi- gan." Tihe spirited Wolverines showed the same explosive offense that helped win Friday's contest, 4…

… year. "It seemed too immense," she comments now, "I couldn't under- five, 101-71, before a crowd of 3,100 at Yost Field House last night. By going over the century mark, the Wolverines established a new…

… from' 15 feet out, his only basket of the night. Six Wolverine cagers scored in double figures. Eaddy, a fleet 5-10 guard, was the high scorer of the game as he whipped in nine field goals out of 17…

… tries from the field, was deadly with a one-handed jump shot. Jim Barron and Tom Jorgen- son notched 16 tallies, Harvey Wil- liams picked up 14 and Groffsky 12 points. See WOLVERINES, Page 3 SGC Q1…

November 07, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… insist on a complete breakdown for the American people. We will insist on T full publicity of Vice-President I Bowl Hopes Rise With Crucial Win Wolverines Score Clincher on Pass Play in First Half…

… aspirations yesterday afternoon. A Michigan Stadium crowd of 58,812 saw the Wolverines whip a stubborn band of Illini, 14-7, to deal the losers their fourth straight Conference defeat and deny Coach Ray Eliot…

… and letters. We want the names. And we want to know if the files of the FBI were opened up for political purposes." -Daily-Don Campbell WOLVERINE EXPRESS--Looking like the caboose of an onrushing train…

… first half, and then held throughout the last half when the restless Illini moved within scor- ing distance. The Wolverines pushed over both of their scores in the second pe- riod after spotting Illinois…

… rolled dead on the 11. It took just six plays with tailback Dan Cline doing most of the running and all of the passing for the Wolverines to score the clincher. Michigan Marches After fullback Fred Baer…

… for the final point. The Wolverines began the drive to their' initial touchdown late in the first quarter, following Illi- nois' TD, traveling 69 yards in nine plays with Maddock directing the drive and…

February 20, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… The Daily EAST LANSING - Michigan's hockey mastery over Michigan State ended last night as a fired up Spartan squad desperately fought off a Wolverine sextet du- ing 70 minutes of scoreless hockey and…

… gained a 0-0 tie. The tie game, which gave the Wolverines only a half-point in the WHL standing, practically ended the last remaining hopes the Maize and Blue had of earn- ing a berth to the NCAA playoffs…

…- fought, and outthought the slug- gish Wolverines as they swarm- ed all over Ikola. Only the Michigan netminder's sensa- tional play staved off any MSC scoring. The Heyligermen, who had perked up somewhat…

… feats in the State twies against desperate Wolverine onslaughts. THE HECTIC third frame prov- ed extremely frustrating to the Ann Arbor sextet as their repeat- ed breakaway and close range shots were…

…, Doug Mul- len; Burt Dunn and Doug Phil- pott combined on a power play but Schiller's circus acrobatics stymied the Michigan attack. The Wolverines had two more chances to break the deadlock before…

… Badger's starting lineup. This will be the only meeting of the two clubs thip year. Last year Wisconsin dribbed the Wolverines twice. The Maize and Blue which has not won a con- ference game since the…

October 04, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…. * * * * BRANOFF got the Wolverines off on a winning stride with two Joseph M Ne~w York AS CHAIRMAN of the commit- s -v'a con" tee which will have to pass on woud acas FOA personnel funds in the next would caus…

… their seats throughout the downpour. Although they cheered with undampened hearti- ness at Wolverine activities, the biggest roar of the day came when the sun broke through again seven minutes before the…

… it was anybody's ball game; the Wolverines holding ada 14-7 advantage after Tulane had converted a Ted Kress fumble into its only score of the afternoon. THE KRESS fumble was an act of turnabout, just…

… after Michigan I substitute center John Morrow had recovered Max McGee's fumble onI the Wolverine eight yard line. Be- See p. 5, 6 and 7 for more pictures┬░ fore that, Tulane had driven from its own 44…

… col- laborated to give Michigan a two- touchdown bulge again, Kress vin- dicated his fumble with a 62 yard run off right guard for the long- est single gain of the day, and the Wolverines' final six…

… points. Kress set up his touchdown jaunt with a timely interception of Clement's pass to back Wayne Wall on the Maize and Blue 41. * * * THE WOLVERINES seemed to perform with the weather against their…

… sun crept behind the clouds and the Wolver- See WOLVERINES, Page 6 C. of F. Group Ends Meeting OMAHA-(A')-A "Declaration of Purpose" calling for protection of America from "international ex- ploitation…

March 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… foreign policy. Opponents con- tended Japan could regain strength faster by playing a mid- dle course between the West and the Communists. Wolverines Bury Gopher Six, 7-3 Haas, Matchefts, Philpott Each Net…

… Two Goals To Pace 'M' Pueksters By PAUL GREENBERG Special To The Daily COLORADO SPRINGS-Coach Vic Heyliger's battling Wolverine pucksters return-to Ann Arbor this afternoon with the big gold trophy…

… as the Maize and Blue fought back from a 2-1 deficit at the end of the fI-st period and went on to win. After the game was over the Wolverines lifted Coach Heyliger to their shoulders, a fitting…

… Campbell to give' John Mariucci's crew its second marker. Trailing 2-1 at the end of the first period, the Wolverines tied it B road ast up at the 6:15 mark .of the second stanza, on Doug Philpott's rebound…

…, heard on Doug Mullen put the Wolverines WHRV, will hit the air at 11155 back on top a short time later by p.m. Monday through Friday driving the puck into the twine starting tomorrow. Hereafter out of a…

… education school will introduce the governor at the convocation hon- oring 403 candidates for teaching certificates. * * * FATLAWING the governor's THE WOLVERINES were a man short four times in the middle…

… offense, and scored at 3:38 with Johnny Matchefts getting the goal to make the score 4-2. Then, keeping the pressure on, the Wolverines stretched their lead to three goals as Jim Haas "inrn - no I ca ulewnr…

February 23, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… gained his second shutout of the season as the Wolverine sextet blanked the McGill Redmen, 6-0, in the Coli- seum last night. The two teams go at it again tonight in the Coliseum at 8 p.m. JOHN Mc…

…-conference victory in eight games. The loss was Mc- Gill's eleventh in thirteen con- tests. WOLVERINE mentor Vic Hey- liger shuffled his lineup in an effort to offset the loss of John Matchefts and the absence of Doug…

…, flanked by Ron Martinson and Telly Mascarin. Bob Heath- cott alternated at center and defense for the Wolverines. McGill played a hard game all the way, but after the first period the Redmen were unable to…

… hold the Wolverines back. Defenseman Jim McGowan was outstanding for the Redmen. MICHIGAN TOOK the offen- sive in the opening seconds and kept the puck in the McGill zone for the first few minutes. The…

… Redmen did not get a shot on the Wolverine goal until after five and a half minutes of play. From then on, the two teams battled on even terms for the remainder of the first period, which ended in a…

October 15, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

… its 23rd straight triumph yesterday and fourth win without loss over Michigan's Wolverines. The two backs, Al Bollard and Vic Pollock, sparked third and fourth period drives that brpught the Cadets a…

… smashing 27-6 victory before 67,076 fans in -Yankee Stadium. THE WOLVERINES, led by Charlie Ortmann, put on a tremen- dous first half show for the huge crowd, and narrowly missed running the Cadets right off…

… 70,000 was well saturated with Wolverine suppoxt ers who went wild, as Don plunged over in anticipation of a stunning upset, but the men of Blaik were not to be denied. The running o f Army's second…

… tied the count just before the half ended. Fullback Don Dufek plunged for the lone Wolverine score' while Pollock scored twice and Pollard and Jack Martin once each for the Cadets. Michigan received the…

… Army fumbles and the second one was costly for the Cadets. Jim Cain, the Army left half, lost the pigskin on the 34 yard line and Tony Momsen hop- ped on it for the Wolverines. It took the Wolverines

January 11, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…-2 ,: _ 1Eisenhower's To Total $73344Billio -Daily-Wesley Kar TRAFFIC JAM-Left wing Ed Switzer of the Wolverines (17) and Cliff Wylie of the Huskies appear headed cdr a collision as they scramble for the…

… puck in last night's hockey game. Michigan Tech won 3-2. Wylie scored a goal for Tech while Switzer assisted on both of Michigan's goals. The defeat was the third straght for the slumping Wolverines

… the last two matches. Indiana 177- pounder Fred Redeker defeated Karl Lutomski and Wolverine heavyweight Steve Zervas could do no better than draw against George Ihnat. Redeker, who was pinned by…

December 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…-2, By STEVE SALZMAN A sudden death overtime goal by Deny er's Jim Brown beat Mich- igan, 3-2, last night before a noisy crowd at the Coliseum. After the Wolverines went ahead in the third period, Denver…

… night's loss lowered the successive saves on shots from Wolverines further below the .500 Switzer and McDonald. mark, their record now stands at Michigan's inability to get a one win and three losses in…

March 02, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…. wolverine Cindermen Top Buckeyes, 72-69 By JIM BENAGH Glenn Davis beat everything Michigan had to offer last night but he-couldn't overcome "lady luck," as the. Wolverines nipped the Buckeye trackmen in the…

…. margin. Falter in Relay Twice this season, Ohio had bet- tered the Wolverine quartet in meets, and had recorded the best mile relay time in the Big Ten- until Michigan State opened up with a 3…

…. When he came to the end of the lane he had to pull up quickly. Trying to get back to the running track, he jostled with Simpson and dropped his baton. "Every other team in the Big See WOLVERINES, page 3…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… PA Wolverine Cagers Trounce Pitt in Opener, 75- C 'I Guards Star in Easy Upset Winl Mins ters T Ao% Panthers' Guard Scores 28 Points By JIM BENAGH Berlin -Daily-Peter Anderson STRICTLY FOR…

… seconds later with the Wolverines win- ning their season opener, 75-55. HEARING THURSDAY: CityCounil itPostpones Urban RenewalAc tion By PHIIP MUNCK City Council last night put off action on Urban Renewal…

Wolverines a lead they never surrendered. Miller was held to a mere three points as the Panthers swept over the Wolverines, 72-62, last Decem- ber. He scored 11 last night. Team Win However, it was a real team…

… minutes from the game's start. M' Leads Michigan led, -5, and was never threatened by Hennon again. Wolverine points flowed easily after that point, too, with Miller passing for assists to Burton, Tid- well…

… and Lee as they scored the next three baskets. These goals, combined with free throws by Tidwell and Miller, gave the Wolverines a 17-10 edge and prompted Coach Bill Perigo to say after the game: "That…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

… bridges between Hawkeyes' Jeter Fleming Sparki Wolverines' Second-Half Revival Halted by Final Period Onslaughi By AL JONES Daily Sports Editor A spirited Michigan performance and a 34-year j r lasted only…

… three quarters yesterday afternoon as Iowa over powered the Wolverines, 37-14. The Hawkeyes sped to their fourth straight Big Ten Wir and with Northwestern's upset of Ohio State, gained so possession of…

…'s backs proved too fast early in the first half, but scored just before the halftime gun, and again early in the second half to tie the game at 14-14. The first Wolverine TD came on a four-yard pass play…

March 03, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… freestyle later in the meet, to aid the Wolverines in defeating Ohio State, 61-44. Wolverine Swim Squad Outclasses OSU,61-44 By SI COLEMAN Ohio State's domination of Big Ten swimming has ended. Michigan…

… medley relay -to save him for later compe- tition. It paid off because the Wolverines led all the way with the team that was entered. Every time Olympic star Dick Hanley enters the water, the crowd expects…

…, how- See WOLVERINES, page 6 H. E. Talbott Dies; Headed Air Force PALM BEACH. Fla, (P)-Har- old E. Talbott, 69-year-old avia- tion pioneer and former secretary of the Air Force, died suddenly yesterday…

…/5. The Wolverines grabbed off two first places but faltered badly in the hurdle events and broad jump and scored only three points in the distance event. Captain Dave Owen took first in the shot put as was…

… Michigan first place winner was Jim Pace in the 60- yard dash. The failure of key men to place in their events greatly hurt the Wolverines' chances. Ermin Crownley's best effort in the shot put was wasted…

May 05, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

… tune-up for today's big contest against Indiana, the mismatch proved to be little more than a mild practice session for the Wolverines, who racked up their twenty-fourth con- secutive win. Captain Barry…

… Arbor. Shepherd is seeking to repre- I ant 01P 4-. .nnan .4f nn,arerrnann Wolverines Salvage 3-2 Baseball, Win Special To The Daily EVANSTON, Ill. - Michigan's baseball team returned to the win- ning…

… hotly contested first set,' Michigan's Mark Jaffe turned on the steam in the second to whip Badger Captain Bill Ziemer, 7-5, 6-0. Wolverine sophomore Johnny Harris, improving with e a c h match, set down…

October 09, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… six tries against Army. Aarr sup- plied all the points for the Wolverines in the first half as he slammed nver left tacele early in the first* Faure Wins }Moroccan Policy vote De Panafieu Qits After…

WOLVERINES AN EARLY 6-0 LEAD. Pilot Claims Hitler Dead; Gives Details CAMP FRIEDLAND, Germany ()-Hitler's personal pilot, Gen. Hans Baur, returned from ten years of Soviet imprisonment last night, with a…

… they fumbled or were pushed back." That was when they weren't standing. There was plenty to stand for. Wolverine halfbacks scampered down the field with the pigskin and ends hugged in passes, even if…

May 15, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… State Blasts Way to 8-5, 4-3 Wins; Wolverine Big Ten Title Hopes Fade CCEPT CE GIVE! By RUSS By LYNN TOWLE Special to The Daily ? EAST LANSING - Michigan's Big Ten baseball title chances plummeted…

… as it fell twice under Michigan State's power in a dou- bleheader here yesterday. The Wolverines lost 8-5 and 4-3 dropping them into fourth-place in the Big Ten standings behind Minnesota, Michigan…

…, Michigan State Coach John Kobs played only his starting nine in each game. Gene Snider and Thurston were the big men for the Wolverines in the opener as each man drove in two runs. Snider hit a home run in…

… inning, the sec- ond game was a pitchers' duel, but Dick Idzkowski had more control of the two pitchers. In his six in- ning pitching stint, Dick Peter- john of the Wolverines issued eight bases on balls…

… Honors Special to The Daily EVANSTON, II.-Record break- ing and near record breaking per- formances highlighted the second Annual Big Ten Relays held at Evanston, Ill. yesterday. The Wolverines took team…

… than sec- ond place OSU. Relay Squads Win The Wolverine relay squads also accounted for two first places in the one and two-mile relays. Laird Sloan, Pete Gray, Dick Flodin, and Grant Scruggs turned in a…

October 17, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… In Second Quarter Wolverine Push By HANLEY GURWIN Associate Sports Editor Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan took advantage of a second-quarter North- western fumble to sbore its only touchdown of…

… the afternoon, and then protected the margin throughout the remainder of the game to edge a determined Wildcat eleven, 7-0, before 38,585 chilled fans here yesterday.. Wolverine halfback Danny Cline…

… exceptionally fine job turned in by the Michigan pass defense.. Northwestern attempted 22 for- ward passes and completed only six for a total of 45 yards. While this total is still 19 more than the Wolverines

… opportuni- ties, they could not score. On the first play from scrim- See WOLVERINES, Page 3 'Irish' Gain' 20-19 Win Over MSC By The As'sociated Press - SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame's fighting Irish…

April 25, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… athlete The French launched a say- The Wolverines pulled a similar state. to ever win both weight events in age counterattack to try to dis- comeback in the nightcap, scoring . . the Penn Relays three…

… potte u e8-6. rpesn t victory to give the Wolverines os, 8-6 * * University and the rest will in-! vihrcto toive gthe olvefrinesbut shdthe fury of their onslaught threekons trig ghome from pusd the…

…- adelphia. am programs. This afternoon the Wolverine Dumont said sprint medley team of Grant nue live radio Scruggs, Bob Brown, Jack Car- iadcasts, roll, and Pete Gray turned in a 3:26.8 clocking, in the…

… to MICHIGAN had to settle for ionage activity second place in the four mile relay )eing espionage as Indiana won by 150 yards 'in in 17:32.8. The Wolverine quartet of Ron Fets Wallingford, John Ross…

… won more than one relay ment has been j event. the Air Force's! Other Wolverines entered in in- Award for his dividual events included Roger ations to aero- Maugh, who placed fourth in the n, Air Force…

… into the Wrigley Field His talk is open to the general' day criticized the handling of U.S. stands with no one on , in the public. aid to India. I sixth. Chairman Bridges (R-N.HA The Wolverines will…

February 28, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… IS McCARTHY ON TOP? See Page 4 StrF Latest Deadline in the State DaitF CLOUDY, SNOW FLURRIES VOL. LXIV, No. 100 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1954 SIX PAGES I i Wolverines Bow to…

… Ill ni In Cage Tilt Hooper, Ridley Pace 79-61 Win By PAUL GREENBERG Associate Sports Editor Michigan's sinking basketball t hopes finally hit rock bottom last night as the Wolverines dropped et4 into…

… vote Friday night either way, decided the contest. substitute by Sen. Wolverine co-captain Don Hill and susitt by-e for an already-de Buckeye Captain Dick Cleveland Sen. Bricker (R-O were involved in all…

… Yard Freestyle Relay: 1...Ohio State (Ford, Ledger, Kawachika, Cleveland), 2-Michigan. Time: 3: 26.0. new dual meet mark in the in- dividual medley for the lone record erased by the Wolverines. FORD…

October 22, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

… Sought by Pep Club- For University Wolverine Mic "Intrepedus is dead. Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya, chair- Although it is five years since the University's live wolverine died man, called i another meeting…

… opening today, bers to end their three-day walk- en n sp n y out on the group-which controls THlE WOLVERINE CLUB is offering transportation and a free the destiny of the prisoners who -fT+n'H 7 W ER~i CLUs…

October 11, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

… __--- official said. He reported 16 per- * * * * " * Wolverines Score Twice on Passes McDonald Sparks Fourth Quarter Drive for Game Winning Touchdowit By IVAN N. KAYE Daily Sports Editor Michigan, badly…

… their ground game ineffective against the fiercely charging Iowa line, the Wolverines took to the air and called on substitute quarterback Duncan McDonald to throw the tying touchdown pass to big Gene…

… contests; one, the first half, dominated by the alert Hawkeyes, and the other, the final 30 minutes, during which Michigan took charge and wrap- ped up the ball game. The first half was a Wolverine nightmare…

… hard-fighting Wolverines battled Hatcher Li sts 'U' Services University President Harlan H. Hatcher yesterday listed three 'areas in which the University is serving students and the com-, munity in an…

… Highlanders and the Wolverine. Club's hard-work- ing Block "M" section played sec- ond fiddle to the tension and ex- citement of the touch-and-go con- ference opener. THE 500 HAWKEYE fans who made the overnight…

April 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… Super- visors, the Bar Association, or Judge Breakey."j IN UPHOLDING the bill, Attor- nev TTihurt Thomnnn mnintains ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1953 MIX PA -7A lGES Wolverines Face Irish…

…'s disappointing Wolverines as they open their 1953 regular season slate. The contest is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. at the Ferry Field ball park. Michigan didn't turn in too impressive a performance on its southern…

… to South Bend. BILL MOGK ... Wolverine Captain * * * Outfielders Roger Braun and Joe Ridge and Shortstop Hal Reilly paced the squad in the hitting de- partment. Braun slammed out 11 hits to post a…

… inaugural performance. South- paw Ritter opened the Wolverines southern jaunt with a well-pitched 6-3 win over Delaware. Fisher intends to stick with the same lineup that he went with in the South and most of…

… seeing limited ac- tion on the southern swing. The Wolverines own a sizeable 43-17 lifetime bulge over the Irish. Last year Jack Corbett stopped them with five hits to earn a 3-0 verdict. Today's contest…

… is one of a two game series, Michigan jour- neying to South Bend on May 14 to play them in their own ballyard. * * * THE GAME with Notre Dame opens a week of intensive action for the Wolverines

March 07, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… win put the Wolverines only one point behind league leading Minnesota, and if they beat the Engineers again tonight a trip Wed- nesday to the NCAA tournament at Colorado Springs is assured. The outcome…

… that order. * * * THE &LLINA showed their ex- pected strength in the dash and the hurdles while Michigan placed most of its men in the middle dis- tance events. Wolverine John Vallortigara started things…

….0. BRUNER finished in front of Willie Williams of Illinois, the de- fending champion, as they op- posed each other in the same heat in the lows. Wolverine .Jim Love also qualified in the highs. In the 880…

…, Minnesota 2. Wolverine victories came in the 220-yard freestyle, and the 400- yard freestyle relay. Scarlet and Grey natators splashed home first. in the 200-yard backstroke, 200- yard breast stroke, and one…

… statement that industry's position was "in- defensible." . . * PAT COONEY, George Chin and Doug Philpott paced the Wolverine offensive efforts, each notching two goals. Chin added a pair of assists to give…

… him four points, the top Wolverine individual effort for the night. The colorful forward was in- jured midway in the third per- iod when Lloyd Rautiola, Tech wingman charged into him as he was coming…

January 16, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Back on the winning trail again after a 10-2 rout of Michigan State Wednesday night, the Wol- verine pucksters are preparing to meet their stiffest competition of the season when they face the…

… game than the Wolverines. They have picked up five points on four victories and two setbacks. Leading the Minnesota attack will be Mariucci's high-scoring combination of John Mayasich, Gene Campbell, and…

… finest net minders in the college ranks. * * * VIC HEYLIGER, Wolverine coach, has termed this series with Minnesota a "must" series for the Wolverines. To offset the potency of the Minnesota trio, Heyliger…

… talents. This series will mark the fare- well of Keyes as a Wolverine. The ex-captain, who will long be re- membered as one of the Michigan greats, graduates at the end of the current semester. Ron…

… Martinson's return to reg- ular action will definitely aid the Wolverines, weakened by the loss of McKennell and now Keyes. Martinson will take his regular turn on the third linewith ,Doug Mullen and Telly…

January 10, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

… positions of Assistant Night Editor on The Daily. Budget -Daily-Alan Reid MONTREAL GOALTENDER CATCHES HARD SHOT FROM STICK OF WOLVERINE PHILPOTT * * *t*u c *nr * * Icers Trounce Montreal, 13-2 By HANLEY…

… GURWIN # Blasting home eight goals in the first period, the Wolverine hockey sextet coasted to an easy 13-2 victory over the Montreal. Carabins at the Coliseum last night. * * * DOUG MULLEN and George Chin…

… each scored hat-tricks in the high-scoring game which was blasted wide open by the rampag- ing Wolverines in the latter half of the first period. In addition to their three goals apiece, Chin picked up…

… goalie Cyrille Guevre- mont in one sweep as the referee dropped the puck to the ice. * * * AT APPROXIMATELY .the fif- teen minute mark of the period the goal crazy Wolverines netted two quick ones within a…

… Lamour- eax. The Wolverines came to life again and matched the Montreal marker with Mullen's third goal of the night, which was quickly followed by goals by Keyes and Chin. Chin added his third and Haas…

December 07, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… take out a peti- tion. Interviewing is done by the SL Cabinet which selects members of Men's Judic. Michigan Cagers Down Pi*tt, 85-78 Wolverines Blow Early Lead, Then Stage Rally in Final Quarter To Win…

… By DAVE LIVINGSTON Wolverine cagers blistered the nets with -31 points in the final period last night to erase an eight-point deficit and whip Pitts- burgh, 85-78, before a cheering Yost Field House…

… the decisive fourth stanza began, Codwell poured in a one- hander and a free throw in the first 30 seconds to narrow the margin to five points and initi- ate the Wolverine rally. Pitt's Mickey Zernich…

… opening hockey game of the season, but. it ended more like a back-lot brawl. When the smoke cleared, the Michigan pucksters were out in front 6-1 and on the scoreboard the Wolverines had taken the first…

… defen- sive zone turned into a free-for- all. After the altercation sinimered down, Alex McClellan and Telly Mascarin of the Wolverines, as well as Wally Behan and Charles Lundberg, St. Lawrence defense…

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