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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

… to be swayed from his earlier predic- tion that a new champion would be crowned in Columbus. The Wolverines, he claimed, lacked the necessary first-place strength to capture the Confer- ence crown…

… Captain Dave Owen, who had been busy re-writing rec- ord books with his 16-lb. lead ball, was the only sure first place Michigan had. In the hurdles, the Wolverines had one great big cipher. Simi- lar holes…

… that Canham had made in December could now be seen in the light of the indoor season and the revelations were, to Michigan fans, shocking. There just were no hurdlers on the Wolverine squad. Scholastic…

… one deficit was bad enough but it was not the only one the Wolverines were forced to face. The middle-distance runners, Robin Varian, Ernie Sims and Milt Robinson were either injured or performing below…

… hurdle with some talent when needed. I FLYING WOLVERINE - John Magnuson, laborous Michigan sprinter, hard at work in practice to improve his times. Magnuson, a junior from Compton, Cal., placed fourth in…

… be able to win the out- door crown. The only real ques- tion was whether or not they would be able to stay in the first division. Two weeks before the outdoor finals the Wolverines traveled down to…

… Champaign for a re- match with Illinois. But this time there was no 30-pt. victory for the Blue. A renovated Illini squad ran all over Michigan and snapped the Wolverines' long winning streak by better than a…

… shot put and sophomore Lou Williams' surprising third place in the broadjump with a leap. of 23' 11%", the Wolverines piled up more than enough points to entrench themselves solidly In third place. There…

… the high jump and with a few good freshmen the Wolverines could pose a definite threat next year. ICHIGAN MEN select their PIPES from PIPE REPAIRS l 8 ESTH VROW 8L E~4 C I-7 _ _ l …

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…

August 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

…AUGUST 7, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T. Wolverine Swimmers Enter Pan-Am Trials Fourteen University of Michigan swimmers and divers, competing Pete for Mexico, the form under the auspices of the…

… and Tuesday. spects for the 1960 Olympi Dick Kimball, Wolverine diving star and former NCAA and Big , Ten champion, will be the "most- M ajor Lea traveled'' competitor in the meet. ''"'' NUWA Kimball…

… platform x-Chicago 'W L diving at East Lansing, Monday. x--Cieveland 62 45. Other Wolverines competing at x-Baltimore 55 54. -the swim trials includeDick Han- Kansas City 52 54 ley, Carl Woolley and Frank Le…

…. meter and platform diving events. YESTERDAY'S RESU Three other Wolverines already Chicancischiladelphia have earned places on teams which Pittsburgh at St. Louis will compete against the United Only games…

Wolverine varsity clay courts at Ferry Field as a F *i7 our for the Finest in Recorded Music I i 1111 EVERETT'S DRIVE-IN "The Home of the Famous California Delux Burger" Electronic Curb Service The…

February 23, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 23, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Gophers Bury Wolverine F 'COLORADO COOPERATES: ive Playoff Berth in Sight…

… for Pucksters Cagers Fall During Last Period Rally Barron Counters 21 Points for 'M' (Continued from Page 1) Jump shot and the Wolverines moved to an 18-17 lead. From then on Michigan's lead - wavered…

… between one and eight points until that important field goal by Kalafat. Besides Eaddy and Barron, John Codwell, Tom Jorgensen,' and Groffsky all fared well for the Wolverines. Codwell cid a fine job off…

… Canham made no ex- cuses for his Wolverine thinclads as he discussed Saturday's dual meet in which. Michigan's bid to upset the mighty Illini fell just short when Illinois scored a sur- prise victory in…

… in the individual perform- ances of his star-studded four- some. The Wolverine coach felt that, except for the performance of anchorman Grant Scruggs, who ran a sparkling :47.9 quarter in his losing…

… to form of the indoor mile titlist John Ross, who had been disappointing in every previous meet. The Wolverine senior won the mile in 4:13.9, even though not pushed, and then came back to run an…

… with Michigan State last Friday and Saturday's 3-2 victory, coupled with twin defeats of North Dakota by Colorado College, has put the Wolverine sextet in a position where only a tie game with Min…

February 14, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… Laurels in One, Two Mile Relays IKOLA STARS IN WOLVERINE NETS: Mullen, Chin Lead Maize and Blue Hockey Victory By AL EISENBERG Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - Michigan's tracksters could cop only two…

… by Wolverine coach Don Canham that Spartan mentor Karl Schlademan "went against his word" by not entering a strong team in the distance medley relay. Canham claimed that he and Schlademan had a…

… races possible rather than spread the. talent among the various events. As it was the Wolverines were left holding the bag as the San- tee-sparked Jayhawk outfit ran away from Michigan in the dis- tance…

… medley, while Schlademan packed his top men into the two- mile and sprint relays with the excuse that his team should "look good" before the home folks. The tables were turned, how- ever, when a Wolverine

Wolverines to date, added his 23rd and 24th goals of the campaign as he continued his display of out- standing stick-handling. After retiring to the dressing. room shortly before the end of the second period…

… opened as he banged home line- mate Clare Smith's direct pass- out from a face-off deep in the Wolverine end. Smith set up the second tally less than two min- utes later as he fed Ed Ribson a perfect goal…

March 09, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… Tigers certainly aided Vic Heyliger's Michigan Wolverines on their march to the NCAA playoffs. One of the main reasons that the Wolverine icers were able to land the second place spot in the league…

… to earn the playoff slot with another late season surge, a trademark of the last three Wolverine hockey seasons. Although any NCAA hockey fan would admit that the playoffs just wouldn't be the same…

…, in their minds they know only too well that most likely their Tigers will have to take care of Vic Heyliger and his squad if they are to win the title. In Colorado Springs the Wolverines are known as…

… the "New York Yankees of college hockey," a squad that will employ every trick in the book to win a game. The local fans respect the Wolverines, but at the same time they dislike them intensely. When…

… intense, the Wolverines appearing as "mean" hockey play- ers and their coach as a "villain." They blame the failure of Colorado College to win a berth in the 1953 tournament to a last minute eligibility…

… the ruling helped the Wolver- ines to their third straight championship. The "hate Michigan" complex seemed to mount last year when the Wolverines, playing their usual style of close contact hockey…

April 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… ever. "Winning the Big Ten indoor meet was by far the outstanding event in my memory," reminisces Canham, Wolverine coach for the past 11 years. Michigan was expected to battle it out with Illinois for…

… the crown. In fact, the Illini were installed as the meet's favorite by virtue of their dual meet victory over the Wolverines two weeks previous. Perform at Peak But peak showings by virtually everyone…

…, gave Michigan a 23- point runaway. The Wolverines notched 71 points to Illinois' 48, making a shambles of the form chart. Major League Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONAL LEAGUE Cleveland New York…

September 15, 1954 • Page Image 36

… back a title-a title that iad eluded Wolverine tennis teams ince 1945. They were the underdogs, they :new it, and it made them more letermined. And while they talked if the final exams they were miss- ng…

… given in April, during the Easter vacation, when the netters went on their annual southern tour. The Wolverines captured three of four matches; the only loss being a 9-0 lacing at the hands of Tulane, one…

… a match that was curtailed by a heavy shower. A good-sized crowd was happily surprised to see the Wolverines hold the Hoosiers even. In fact, the-home team was slightly ahead when the rains came. Bob…

… silver cloud. The netters were handed two straight defeats, by Western Mich- igan and Michigan State. Then the Wolverines came back and went undefeated for the rest of the sea- son, capturing six matches…

… the Spartans. The first setto went to Michigan State, 8-1, and the second to the Wolverines by a count of 6-3. The scores, however, do not show how close and how hard fought the series was. Of the nine…

…-place finisher in the Big Ten meet. The Wolverines had high hopes as the season opened, but were plagued from the start by bad breaks. Harry Luchs, the 1952 con- ference parallel bars champion, sprained his thumb…

… conference crown. Even without Luchs, Michigan had no trouble winning its season opener against Notre Dame. Lee Krumbholz, Johnson, and Bill Wink- ler, the 1955 captain-elect, led the way as the Wolverines

… fortunes tumbled during the two weeks in- terlude between semesters, as the NEWT LOKEN ... gymnastics coach Michigan men were able to salvage only one win in three meets. The Wolverine gymnasts opened the…

… to perform the routine. Winkler, also adding to his reper- toire, captured the trampoline win to give Michigan five victories in the six events. The boom was lowered at Illi- nois, where the Wolverines

Wolverines. Iowa handed Michigan another defeat, this time by a narrow 481- 47% score. The Michigan loss was a surprise, since the Hawkeyes had not been regarded very highly in pre-season forecasts. The new…

January 06, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 78) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, TWI~ MTCWJGAN~ DAILY TUESDAY, ... 1orthwestern Sets ildcats Extend Win Streaki to Eight r Back Michigan Cagers, 83-7v Combined Wolverine-Spartan Ice Squad To…

…-leader Jones' 10. But the Wolverines could find the range on only 31.2 per cent on its 93 field goal attempts while their foes had a 47.7 game per-, centage. Statistics -Daily-Harry Strauss UP AND IN…

… - Wolverine guard Terry Miller (31) drives in for two points in the second-half of last night's game. The Wildcat's Willie Jones (3) who scored 10 of 13 field goal attempts, vainly attempts to block the shot…

… the invading Russian Olympic squad at Detroit's Olympia tonight at 8:30. Spartans Bolster Squad The Wolverine squad, plagued by manpower deficiency all season.! will be bolstered by Spartan goalie Joe…

… Selinger play one period each. rickets are still available and can be obtained before the game at Olympia. During the Christmas vacation the Wolverine icers lost two games while winning one. The U.S. Na…

…- tionals overpowered them 6-2, and the series with St. Michaels was split, the. Wolverines winning the opener 8-2, while losing the second contest 6-4. MICHIGAN SCORING LEADERS Michigan scoring this year…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

… had tasted two bitter 14-13 defeats against his old school in the first 'two years of his coaching the Hawk- eyes. ' Victory Saved The Wolverines treated a Home- coming throng to one of the most…

… the Wolverines had won its first six contests. They were lead- ing the Big Ten heap, and were still near the top of the weekly' collegiate ratings. Illinois was next. And then it happened. Michi gan…

… fllini fans a performance remin- iscent of Red Grange's memorable rampage against Michigan many' years ago. He was all over the field, running through the baf- feled Wolverine line almost at will. Michigan…

…-up Wolverines smashed Indiana, 30-0. The Hoos- iers were badly outclassed in this late autum affair. Michigan got the "easy one" out of the way; the "big one" was the following week, against the Buckeyes . .. and…

February 11, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1958 Minsoa $i n Overwhelms Cagers, (Continued from Page 1) and pulled to a comfortable 45-30 lead at the half. The only thing that kept the Wolverines in the game in the…

… last part of the first half was their phenomenal foul shooting as they sank 10 out of 11 attempts. The Wolverine's continued their frigid shooting in the early min- utes of the second half. Michi- gan…

…'s lead from 17 to 4 points, 59-55. Then as in the first half, Michi- gan's shooting cooled suddenly. The Gophers then scored 15 points to the Wolverines' three points to put the game on ice. Coach Bill…

Wolverines' brief 80-69 comeback drive. He grabbed sev- eral rebounds and made some fine defensive plays. Michigan expected to have trouble under the boards against Minnesota but did fairly well. The…

Wolverines had 96 shots against the Gophers 70, but they did not make use of their shots. It was proved again last night that the only certain thing in the Big Ten is that the home team almost always wins. On…

… KLINE ... Wolverine nemesis BIG TEN STANDINGS W L Pct. Michigan State 5 3 .625 Indiana 5 3 .625 MICHIGAN - 4 3 .571 Purdue 5 4 .556 Ohio State 5 5 .500 Iowa 4 4 .500 Northwestern 4 5 .444 Minnesota 4 5…

… competition in the two-mile relay, and helped the Wolverines defeat the Spartans in 3:22.2 for fifth place in the mile relay. By AL SINAI "We're better now than at any other time this ,year, but it's too late…

Wolverines inability to get started, on twi goals in the first period, by Myron Grafstrom, and defense- men Herb Brooks. These. goals proved the margin of difference as each team tallied two goals in the final…

… with Michigan State by scoring three quick goals 'in the third period of Saturday's game which the Wolverines won, 4-2. Murray Williamson and Mike Pearson scored for Minnesota while Neil McDonald scored…

… an insurance goal with only 20 sec- onds remaining in the game. Morale High Despite the fact the Wolverines have failed to make the hockey playoffs for the first time in 11 years; Renfrew describes the…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

… to stop a flying puck off the stick of a Michigan State shooter. Hayton, who has two years left with the Wolverines, was unsuccessful, but goalie Ross Childs caught the disc himself to prevent a goal…

…, Michigan earned a nerth in the NCAA hockey tournament which was held last March at Colorado Springs, Colo. Having emerged six previous times from this seasonal climax as champions, the Wolverines this year…

…- ries- Still, the Maize and Blue were pressed down to the wire by a sur- prising North Dakota squad, coached by ex-Wolverine hockey star, Al Renfrew. The Sioux came to Ann Arbor on March 4 to face…

… Michigan in a two-game series. Despite the five- game winning streak that the Wolverines had compiled, winning this series was a virtual must if Michigan was to retain any hope of defending its 1956 NCAA…

… team that skated on the ice to face the Wolverines. At the end of two periods, the Sioux held what looked like a se- cure 2-0 lead. But Michigan crashed through in the final stan- za, scoring two goals…

…- Wolverines 'continued their win- NCAA championships to Michi- or play than at Michigan. It's been clenched in his teeth, is credited y Bob Zuppke, the sage of ning ways in almost every sport. gan. His teams…

… just about clinched a playoff spot. . Two games remained with Mich- igan Tech, but the Wolverines captured both of them with com- parative ease, 5-3, and 7-4, and to the victors went second place in the…

… are over, although this is not 100 per cent positive. Defense Corps Deflaed In additiop to these two players, the Wolverines lose through grad- uation defensemen Bob Schiller, Bob Pitts and Bernie Hanna…

… highest scoring Wolverine in league action. For- ward Jerry Karpinka has' com pleted his playing 'career, too. All is not lost, however. The backbone of last year's team, goalie Ross Childs, leads the re…

December 11, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 63) • Page Image 3

… were hard-prkssed all the way and were not able to sew up the contest until the last minute of the final period. Wolverine goalie Lorne Howes suffered a gash over his left eye near the beginning of the…

… fast break, Maize and Blue defenseman Bernie Hanna smashed an unassisted goal into the Sioux net toknot the score at two-all. This was the last time that the wolverines were able to (Continued from page…

… Rebounds Jerry Stern replaced Williams and, with Kramer and Tillotson, continued the Wolverine domi- nation of the bankboards during the first half. Of 31 first half rebounds, Michigan hauled in 23. Nebraska…

… within five the Wolverines, 40-35. Tillotson then widened the g with four straight buckets thwart the opposition rally. With the 6-8 Williams alres out, Kramer's injury early in t second half equalized the…

… tea in height and Nebraska began get its share of the rebounds. E sides, the Wolverines shooti percentage dropped from 42.8 the first half to about 30 duri the final half. The result was quick reduction…

… of Michiga lead. Kramer and guard Jim Barr making his first appearance of 1 game, then took charge of 1 Wolverines with Big Ron conve ing Barron's cool ball handling to the victory-clinching scores…

…'s successful encounter with Nebraska at Yost Field House. De fending is Cornhusker guard Jim Kubacki, while for- ward Jim Arwood of the visitors awaits rebound. Wolverines whipped Nebraska, 77-71. Special To…

… The Daily CHICAGO Ed Gagnier was the stellar performer in Michigan's first gymnastics meet of the sea- son, which saw the Wolverines place fourth out of the twelve teams competing here yesterday in…

… performance was even more brilliant than it would have been under ordinary conditions, since there were over fifty com- petitors in each event. Wolverines Score 57 The Wolverines amassed a total of 57 points…

… of the Michigan goal and bounded into the net for the winning score. In a desperation attempt to tie the score, the Wolverines removed Howes from the nets and put an- other offensive player on the ice…

May 27, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 172) • Page Image 10

…N THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, Wounded Wolverines Hoping Best of Luck For Comebacks Next Season By MIKE GILLMAN ham and basketball head Bill the Pan American Games to be Have you ever seen a…

… wounded Perigo. held at Chicago in August. He Wolverine? Robinson (with the help of a will also be foregoing a trip to 1 E " Wel , two of them are wander- stray dog) renewed an old injury Europe in order…

… while preparing to com- have all of his playing days be- -trifle worried pete in the Penn Relays in late hind him. Tom Robinson and Terry Miller April. Wolverine cage fans will re- are the two men whose…

… enough wounded Wolverines are on the to cause Robinson to stay out of mend. Prospectve 'M' Cagers May Solve Height Needs By HAL APPLEBAUM tyHLAPEA school next fall. He was on tl °>. The height that…

… Michi- that all the Wolverines needed to gan and an eastern school. Hi! h challenge for the Big Ten title family has had many members at- last year was a skyscraping center, tend Michigan and has alread…

… and AIbut none were to be found and the paid his $50 admissions deposit,' W ash and W ear Wolverines wound up in a second- Perigo added. i;place tie. C d'L The lack of an effective big man Another…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 84

… am, the Wolverines will be! g outside of the now defunctj rn Intercollegiate Hockey! e- which broke up last year! ee Big Ten schools-Minne- Michigan State and Michigan -simultaneously bolted the WIHL…

… over eligibility conflicts. The WIHL had furnished the Wolverines with competition from the Midwest since its formation in 1953. As a result Michigan did not have much chance to face -the hockey powers…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

… actually had the po- tential to do better. And some of KRAMER VS. ILLINOIS ... two more the things that happened last sea- son bear this out, too. The Wolverines took five of their eight pre…

… Ten the Wolverines were 6-1 at home and 2-5 away. Opening at Indiana, Michigan dropped a tough one to the even- tual co-champion Hoosiers, 73-68. Travelling to Michigan State, they knocked off the other…

May 22, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…-milers have been able to do. Bob Dellinger of Indiana and War- ren Druetzler of Michigan State will provide McEwen with his strongest challengers, while the Wolverines' Bill Hickman is a good possibility for a…

… \ enhance Michigan's point total wtih a fourth or fifth in the mile. * * * * TRUEX WILL attempt to repeat month. Both Wolverine men h a v e improved considerable since then, however, and now clain the two…

… the fastest. Michi- gan's other hopes in the sprints rest with Dave Stinson and John Wilcox. The Wolverines' weakness in the 440 will probably extend over to the mile relay where Ohio State's quartet…

… re- gatta, sailed off with first place honors and the title, while the Wolverines had to be content with a fifth. GIL THORPE and Bob Allen skippered the dinghies in the 'A' division for the Wolverines

… Whitmore Lake. * * * OHIO WESLEYAN edged, the Wolverines by the narrow margin of two points to take fourth place. The rest of the schools that com- peted, in the order of their finish- ing, were Northwestern…

February 09, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

…. In the rebounding department Michigan swamped Illinois. The Wolverines had a height advan- M tage at almost every position, and grabbed away 71 rebounds to the Illini's 46. t Lee- was again top man, as…

Wolverines often got as many as five shots at the basket before the Illini could break up the scoring threat. The Wolverines were able to get many tip-ins, and the forward line of Lee, Burton and Tillotson…

… front of the hard Wolverine charge. J The "M" cagers counted almost half of their points on drive-in layups, while the Illini were forced to shoot from the outside. Accur- acy on jump shots on the part of…

… John Paul, Don Ohl and Govonor Vaughn was all that kept Illinois in the game during the second half. Team Effort All of the Wolverine players added much to the team effort, although some stood out above…

… that he shot only when he was open, and made most of them. The Illinois team went into a full press near the end of the game, but the Wolverines easily passed through it, and Wright got two quick layups…

… Morris, the only other double winner of the flight was the Wolverines' Cy Hopkins. Hopkins finished first in both the 200-yd. individual and the 200-yd. breast- stroke with the respective clock- ings of 2…

September 15, 1954 • Page Image 39

… only thing standing between the Wolverines and Big Ten title has been the Fighting Illini of Cham- paign. Even though Michigan possesses some of the greatest track talent in the nation and is rated as…

… history of the school. The " Wolverine tracksters under the able, coaching of ex-Michigan star Canham went on to set rec- ords in both their dual meets and numerous invitationals.t In the first meets of the…

… 1954 indoor season the Wolverines gave some of the nation's top cinder stars a run for their money in a pair of invitational meets at Bos- ton and Washington, completely outclassed Western Michigan and…

…- town. Five Meet Records Then in the triangular meet the Wolverine thinclads set five meet records as they won ten of the twelve events and shared in one other. Grant Scruggs recorded the third best time…

… came face to face with the Orange and Blue of Illinois in a dual mee.t The Wolverines gave their all and could never lose a closer one to Illinois than this with the final score read- ing 581/2-551. The…

February 14, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY _I M' Wrestlers Defeat Hawke s, 15-9 Nelson's EigIhth Straight, Win Sparks Wolverines j WOLVERINE ROUNDUP: Track Trio Steals Vacation Spotlight Michigan's wrestlers…

… straight, without a defeat. Nelson piled up points in every period to win the match, almost recording a pin in the final stanza. Other Wolverine triumphs were registered by Dave Space, Captain Jim Smith…

… meets. SMITH, WOLVERINE captain and conference runner-up, won a 4-1 decision from Iowa's George Tesla in'a 145 pound attraction, when he was awarded two riding time points in the final period. Bill Stapp…

…, another outstand- ing Wolverine sophomore, took his 155 pound bout from Miles Bonda, 4-3, again via riding time points, picked up in a fiercely fought third period. Bud Holcomb continued his suc- cessful…

… last period to gain the win. Wrestling at 175, Wolverine Conference champ Jack Powers was routed by Joe Scarpello ano- ther Conference titleholder, 8-2, in a one-sided bout. The heavyweight bout was also…

… Ed Ul- vestad combined to take top play away from a stunning upset of Navy by the Wolverine wrestlers and a history-making loss to Michigan State's powerful swim- mers. McEWEN, THE sophomore whiz who…

… the 40- plus men McEwen has faced so far have escaped the ignominy of being lapped by the Wolverine sophomore. * * * FONVILLE, returning to action after a year's lay-off necessitated by a back operation…

… only one of its previous 63 starts. The meet was featured by Wolverine Bud Holcombe's victory over the pre- viously undefeated Arch Thomp- son in the 165-pound class. Mich- igan sophomore Larry Nelson…

… scor- ed the only pin of the meet in the 128-lb. division to remain unde- feated. Two days later the Wolverines, suffering from a letdown, traveled to Michigan State and were thrown for an 18-6 loss in a…

…, toured the 200-yd. breastroke in 2:19.9 to provide a bright spot in the Wolverine picture. * * * IT WAS THE faest time turn- ed in by a Michigan breastroker in two years. Davies became eligible at the end…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 33

… ended the '58-'59 season with a disappointing 8-13-1 record. However Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew is optimistically looking forward to the coming season. Forced by injuries to play with only an 11-man squad…

… the Wolver- ines were consistently pitted' against squads of 17 and 18. Against such odds the Wolverines battled brilliantly, but in many instances the obstacles were too difficult to overcome and…

… year as a junior Watt was a mainstay on defense for the Wolverines and early in the season Watt played upwards of 50 minutes a game. For his great play he was named on the All-American team. Up front the…

Wolverines will also have returning lettermen forming the nucleus of a fine team. Top forwards are Bob White, rugged center, who was an All- American each of his first two sea- sohs and junior Dale Mac…

…Donald, the Wolverines' leading goal-get- ter, who scored 19 goals last sea- son. Steve Bochen, last year's most improved player, Pat Cushing and Gary Mattson are the other re- turning lettermen at the forward…

… Childs and Jim Coyle who split the chores in the nets last season will be back, al- though Childs has only one semes- ter of eligibility remaining. The Wolverines should be great- ly aided by a group of…

…, North Dakota. Russians Overcome Wolverines On Jan. 5 a combined Michigan- Michigan State squad skated against the Russian Nationals at of the first, but eventually their overwhelming experience paid off…

… and the visitors skated off with a 7-3 victory. A crowd of 7,000 turned out to see the game, which was played under international rules unfamiliar to most American spectators. The Wolverines played…

… fine se- ries has been concluded. The last game in the series saw the pros win, 8-3, in a surprisingly rugged game. Four regular season opponents came close to sweeping series from the Wolverines, but in…

… their first encounter with Michigan, 6-1, in a game ended midway in the third period by a fight which erupted into a near-riot. But the next night the Wolverines outskated the NoDaks and came off with a 4…

May 12, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

… KALAMAZOO-In a battle to determine the. top team in the Mid-west, the Wolverine tennis squad edged Western Michigan here, 5-4, yesterday. The Broncos had won eighteen of their last nineteen matches, and were…

… the team to beat, a task the Wolverines met with great vigor, as Barry MacKay. Bob Paley, and Pete Paulus led the way with victorys in singles. MacKay gave the Wolverines the initial lead, in the number…

… the fire. Drop Next Three After taking the first match, however, the Wolverines dropped the next three, and the whole match took a new turn. In one of the many tough individual matches played yesterday…

… Nights Unti' 8:30 Statistics Show Wolverines As Strong Baseball Squad ing for Donnelly to win the next two games, and the match.' At this point, the Bronco's held a 3-1 lead over the Wolverine net- men…

…6-0, 6-4. With the doubles coming up the Wolverines needed two wins out of the three matches to win. Bat- tling with Farrell and Donnelly in the number one doubles, the Mich- igan duo played a rather…

December 09, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 65) • Page Image 5

…- side play that nullified what would have been the tying goal for the Wolverines with three sec- onds remaining in the game. With the score 5-4 in Montre- al's favor, Pat Cooney, assisted by Earl Keyes…

… least bit bitter in stating, "I didn't think I was offside, but" that's what the referee called it, and that's the way it stands." Most of the other Wolverines were uncertain about the deci- sion, and…

… been played, (Continued from Page 1) It was in the midst of one of these Michigan attacks that La- zure broke away after taking a pass from Claude Dagenais. Only one Wolverine defenseman was back but…

… Lazure shot from about 15 feet out and the puck caught the upper righthand corner of the net behind Ikola. T H E WOLVERINES gamely tried to tie the count in the wan- ing minutes. Coach Vic Heyliger pulled…

… Ikola from the nets with 55 seconds remaining and put six forwards on the ice. The Wolverines were not suc- cessful with this maneuver des- pite the fact that most of the 3500 fans thought they had tied…

… Chin flicked a loose puck into the Montreal cage to make the score 2-0, Michigan. Apparently the Wolverines were victims of a letdown in the second period because of an eight minute delay brought about…

… by an injury to Ikola. The Michigan goaltender was hit in the head by the puck on a screen shot and was taken to the dressing room for repairs before the game continued. Upon his return the Wolverines

… =- Michigan, Matchefts (unassisted), 7:21; 8-Mon- treal, Bruneau (Quesnel, C. Hotte), 8:09; 9-Montreal, Lazure (Dagenais), 17:37. Penalties--none. is brightening the Wolverines' fu- ture basketball trail with…

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… champion and defending conference titlist Ed Cole finished on top. However, the Wolverines' other finishers on the trampoline were disappointing after they had placed one, two and three in the preliminaries…

… in the preliminary. This was a deficit that the Wolverines had never ex- pected nor one they could cope with, even though they had more qualifiers than Illinois, 19-16. Too Much Power' Said the blunt…

… consolation title while Murray was third in the 130-lb. division. only Wolverine Big Ten wrestling champion, winner yesterday. Corriere won the 157-lb. 1 .. Balance Gives Minnesota Mat Title; Corriere Gets…

… Ferguson gave a sharp performance to deci- sion Wolverine Dennis Fitzgerald, 4-0, for the 167 lb. crown. Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen was "extremely pleased" with the per- formance of his young team. "We were…

March 12, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

…PAOE SMX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 12,1957 i 1 Arl £T fE ICIGNDALYTUSAY MRC12 1. Wolverines Grab fonth, !hnnuhmI annrtnn Swimmers Runner-Up Positions In Big Ten 5~' fJP UN / NEN…

… U.'~.A 1.7U./1't.7 P..'/ U ' g v'1w._ To Edge Wolverines in B By JOHN HILLYER Michigan State thought it had the Conference swimming crown locked up last Friday night with seven events completed…

…. 715 N. University -Courtesy of Gus Miller PINNING HOLD-Wolverine wrestling captain Mike Rodriguez nears his 157-lb. Big Ten wrestling championship last Saturday afternoon as he throws a telling pinning…

…. Outpointing Michigan State and Iowa, teams they had fallen to during the regular season by a terrific margin, .the Wolverines gave Illinois the closest scare they have experienced in the past few years. Abie…

… Grossfeld, the Illinois Olympian who was outstanding Saturday, confided to Wolverine Coach Newt Loken and Ed Gag- nier, the top Michigan gymnast, that Illini Coach Charles Pond had told his men that they…

December 02, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 59) • Page Image 12

… Titles Four times Michigan has won this tournament, three of them in a row. The Wolverines have swept all before them and made the Maize and Blue synonymous with hockey supremacy. Held every March at the…

…- out the Wolverines would be like spaghetti without meatballs. The first NCAA ice tourney was held in March of 1948. The rugged Dartmouth Indians and Boston Col- lege Eagles represented the East, while…

… held, the Wolverine sextet has garnered four titles while placing third three times. DEAN REA '22 CAPTAIN: Wolverine Cagers Endure Turbulent History ig- a ihyotmsi bu i f l $39.50 to $45.00 WIL D S1WR…

…, and full of ups and downs. The first Maize and Blue varsity team, with Elmer Mitchell as coach and captained by Alan Boyl, was formed in 1917. The Wolverines played an 18- game season, dropping 12 of…

… the years that followed, the Wolverine record was an erratic one, alternating from top place in 1927 and 1929 to a low seventh place in 1924. The outstanding work of Matt Patanellis, now an assistant…

September 20, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 0) • Page Image 22

… cap- ed both the Big Ten and NCAA rn meets. The Wolverines fin- ed second in the Conference nival, but tumbled to fourth NCAA competition. * * * . 'HERE WERE bright spots in Wolverine picture, though…

Wolverines. y won the 400-yard free style at in the Big Ten free-for-all a Tittle an important factor he triumph. These seniors were instru- ental in the generally good quittal the Mannmen made themselves last…

… Neisch, a free- style sprinter from Detroit who was called the most improved swimmer on the Wolverine squad last season. * * a* NEISCH, ELECTED captain by his mates last spring, is a hard- working swimmer…

…- turning sprint veteran, junior Dick Martin, can be expected to do big things for the Wolverines. Martin, with one of the longest starting dives in the business, was a consistent pointwinner in the 50-yard…

May 13, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

… confer- pence picture, the Wolverines' all- around strength should give them ; he edge in a meet which will run on a four-place point basis. * * *. ILLINOIS GOES into the meet ander a handicap, since Lou…

… BACK OF the individual aces the Maize and Blue have a flock of consistent point getters who'll probably outman the bril- liant Illini and the faintly-shining Wildcats this afternoon. If the Wolverines do…

… in the conference campaign. * * * THE VISITORS have matched the Wolverine record of four straight victories, defeating Iowa, Vanderbilt, Ohio State, and Mi- chigan State. In the feature match of the…

… would seem to have the edge. Yesterday they trounced Michigan State, 8-1. THE SPARTANS in turn hold a 5-4 decision over Notre Dame, the identical score by which the Wolverines defeated the Irish. Michigan…

…'s Sailing Club travels to Minnesota today to test its un- beaten record against a good field of Midwestern schools. Two crews will represent the Wolverines in the races, which MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS…

… the country. Michigan, on the basis of its unblemished record, rules the pre-race fa- vorites. The Wolverines are not very op- timistic about their chances in to- day's meet. It is not the other…

February 28, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…TOTE MICHIGAN D}AILY osU Ca'ge rs Tura' Back Tenacious Wolverines * * * * Michigan Victory Bid Fails As VanderKuy Registers 19 (Continued from Page 1) point. for high scoring honors as he…

…, with the Illini given the edge. * * * THERE IS however, some dif- ference between dual meet and Championship competition which warrants further attention. The Wolverines were taught two weeks ago that…

… the events. 25 of 82 shots to maintain a shoot- ing average of over 32% for the Season. VanderKuy, playing perhaps his best game of the season, led the Wolverine pointgetters with a 19 point entry and…

… a full game per- former. CAPTAIN Mack Suprunowicz was handicapped by a leg injury received in the Northwestern game Saturday and saw only limited action. Operating with a zone defense, the Wolverines

… halftime rest the Wolverines continued to press the Buckeyes and tied the score several times until the ,victors launched their final scoring surge. Schnittker netted ten points in the Buckeye splurge in the…

… last ten minutes. Fred Taylor who kept the Ohio Staters in the game in the early minutes with his set shots against the Wolverine zone was second in the scoring column for the Bucs with 16 points while…

… Burkholder contributed ten. The setback was Michigan's eighth in 11 conference starts and drops them into a cellar tie' with Purdue. The Wolverines face the Boilermakers here Saturday night in the final…

February 06, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 86) • Page Image 11

… UARY 6, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Swimmers r Trounce Purdue Squad i>- I By CARL RISEMAN Purdue's undermanned swim team opposed Michigan in the Wolverine's only swim meet during the final…

… that saw few of its regular point-getters swimming.t Threaten Record Michigan concentrated its ef- forts on setting a new NCAA mark in the 400-yd. medley relay. The Wolverine quartet, composed of Dick…

… [iey overpowered Purdue, 23-7, nd were even tougher Saturday t Northwestern as they over- helmed the Wildcats, 25-3. Previously the Wolverines had alen to Pittsburgh in a non- eague match, and had been…

… of them ,re gaining the experience they lave needed, and should continue o improve," Keen said. Several of the Wolverines were double-winners in the Purdue and Northwestern meets. Max Pearson at 137…

… champion, It edged the Wolverines 55-54 in last winter's champion- ships. Iowa State, although not a mem- ber of the Big Ten, is one of the strongest wrestling schools in the country. It was third in last…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 45

… cagers gained a 73-58 win over Washington University of St. Louis and then proceeded to set a new scoring record for the Wolverines against Denver University down- ing them 104-77. They wound up the tour…

Wolverines lost the services of Barron, who injured his knee. The Wolverines finished up the month of January with two startl- ing defeats, 'one at the hands of their arch-rival Michigan State and another at…

… edition. G. Edgar Meads, a converted tackle, is another in the long line of camparatively small linemen to head the Wolverine eleven. Stand- ing barely six feet and weighing 194 pounds, Meads is the ninth…

March 06, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

…'s college hockey fans, as year after year Michigan's Wolverines come charging back into the NCAA ice tourney at Colorado Springs. It is an honor that can come to only four of the sixty-some college hockey…

… skin of its teeth. It takes a first or second place finish in the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League to earn the berth at the Broadmoor, and for the last several years, the Wolverines of Vic Heyliger…

… their last encounter, but this time Bob Schiller is back in action, and Mike Buchanan will also be meeting the Coloradomen for the first time. These tremen- dous additions to the Wolverine defense may be…

…. Reserve goalie Bill Lucier of the Wolverines had a busy night in his first starting assignment of the season as he turned away a total of 38 shots to aid his team' in its eighth consecutive victory this…

… joined Dunni- gan in getting more than one goal for the Wolverines as he slashed two shots past Huskie goalie Bob McManus. Captain Bill MacFarland, Neil Buchanan, and brother Mike Buchanan each con…

… in the scrambled Western Conference, race. TV Jinx Countless millions, of television viewers saw the Wolverines go down to their third successive vid- eo defeat and their fifth straight setback…

… time this sea- son. Michigan has now won 10 of 21 contests. Yesterday's game was similar to many that the Wolverines have played, in this waning campaign. Michigan started off well, jumped to an early…

February 28, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

… yesterday aft- ernoon at Yost Field House. The Wolverines' 103%/2 points could have won for them two such track meets as Michigan Normal placed a distant second with 30 1/2 points, while the Buckeyes fin…

…'s time was :8.2. Teammates Jack Dooley and Jack Carroll's 1:13.9 in the 600- yard run brought another first place to the Wolverines. The time was only 1.2 seconds off Scrugg's fjeldhouse mark of 1…

… piling up a 5-1 mar- gin in the first two periods. The big break for Michigan came near the end of the second period when the Wolverine puck- men scored four times within two minutes, three of the four…

… Mayasich, Dick4 Daugherty, and Gene Campbell! goes to Wolverine defenseman Haas, Neil Buchanan, and Burt Dunn, who completely baffled the highly touted Gophers. r Daugherty and Mayasich were! limited to a…

… goal apiece Friday# night and one of the three figured in either Minnesota goal yester- day. The Wolverines willttune uphfor the NCAA playoffs to be held March 11, 12, and 13 at Colorado Springs by…

January 15, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

… competition in Chicago and con- tinued the annual contests while attending their respective univers- ities. Conn is still looking for his first win over the Wolverine ace, but Walters' steady improvement dims…

Wolverine squad, and Jones and Delaney seem the likely men to swim the 150-yard individual med- ley. Along with Walters in the div- ing will be either Charley Bates or Bud Hurd. Michigan's 400-yard freestyle…

…, opening a two game series which is undoubtedly the most vital of the campaign for the Wolverines. Vic Heyligers squad must gain at least a split with the Gophers in order to maintain even a flick- ering…

… hope of an NCAA Playoff berth. Even under normal circum- stances, this task would be a rug- ged one for the Wolverines, but the loss of Doug Philpott, second line winger, makes it even harder…

… Mascarin or JayI Goold up into Philpotts positionI on the second line. This shuf-I fling of lines makes Michigan'st chances for the much needed split "very dim" according toi the Wolverine coach.f The…

December 12, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 71) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T( PL C' st it his hristmas :ockings in.... Ean Cage Team, 'M' Quintet Meets Butler' In Search of Third Win Icers Play Here Tonight Wolverines Host McGill In Hockey Home…

… at (George) Lee and (Terry) Miller 8:00 in lost Fieldhouse. all have their legs taped, theyj The Wolverines, who stopped should be all right. And (John) Pittsburgh 75-55 in their season Tidwell's hand…

… chance Wolverine's Rogers 6'6", for the to take this one and avenge last first time this year, will be the year's loss, at least on the basis tallest man on the court. of season records. Michigan stands at…

… three games, * they have played good ball against three top-notch teams, Illinois, Michigan State, and Wabash, and, are a good working ball club." In Good Condition The Wolverines will be close to top…

… , BACK IN THE LINEUP-Steve Bochen, right wing for Michigan's hockey team, returns to the ice tonight after being sidelined by a broken wrist. The Wolverines entertain McGill at the Coliseum. Game time is 8…

…. Michigan in comparison has only three returning lettermen: senior captain Larry Murray, and juniors Mike Hoyles and Fred Olm. The balance of the Wolverine; squad is made up of sophomores untried as yet in…

… varsity competi- tion, who, according to mat coach Cliff Keen, "are green, but ready to fight." The Wolverines' success this weekend will )also be dependent on how well the injury-plagued wres- tlers have…

… unlimited heavyweight divi- sion. Tomorrow the Wolverines travel to New Brunswick, N.J., to tangle with Rutgers, rated behind only Cornell and Lehigh in the East. $995 Light Glove Leather 3 s.* ~ ~ ~ - u…

March 06, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… came to a close in the Field House last night when Iowa submerged the Wolverines with a 65-55 decision. A slim gathering of 1200 fans saw the home team absorb its eleventh loss in 14 Big Ten con- tests…

… a minute to play and Michigan hopelessly behind. His rebound- ing helped the Wolverines rally from a first half lethargy which saw them score only one basket in; 112 minutes. * * . FROM THE outset…

… Spartan Al Hannan, Stick Da- vidson of the Maize and Blue, MSC's John Walker and Jack Rauton' of State. Reno Boila, Wolverine trampolinist, sprain- ed his ankle w h i 1 e going through his routine, thus be…

…- coming the first Michigan gym- nast to be injured during actual competition this season. Although Knight's side horse victory gave the Wolverines an early lead, State virtually swept the high bar, flying…

…. * * * TUMBING, previously Michi- gan's weakest event, resulted in a pleasant surprise. Wolverine Fred Thompson was second to Stout, followed by team mates Mark Neville and Don Hurst who tied for third. The next…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 31

… Course. The second-place Wolverines of 1959 will begin the 1960 season with a nucleus of three lettermen, including Captain Larry Mark- man and juniors Joe Brisson and Dick Youngberg who were fifth and…

… this year, but is only a junior in eligibility, thus, he could play two years for the Wolverines. Letter Winners Strengthen Squad One thing the 1960 Wolverines can't do is make the comeback that the 1959…

… Michigan LONG DRIVE-Michigan's 1959 Golf Captain Ray Lovell tees off during one of Michigan's dual meets. Lovell placed eleventh in the Big Ten meet held at the Wolverine links. OUR ADAMS CLOTHES…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

Wolverines with competition from the Midwest since its formation in 1953. As a result Michigan did not have much chance to face the hockey powers in the East such as Clarkson and St. Lawrence. This year…

…'s schedule which is still only tentative, calls for games with St. Lawrence and Clarkson plus the usual series with Michi- gan State, North Dakota, Michi- gan Tech and Minnesota. The Wolverines hope to have a…

February 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1958 'M' Matmen Face Swim Trio Lost Rough Weekend By Ineligibility By AL JONES It's showdown time for the Michigan wrestling team. The Wolverine grapplers…

… stronger than Purdue and Northwestern, the teams that the Wolverines trampled last Fri- day and Saturday to begin their present win streak. Previous to that time Keen's squad had been winless in dual…

… last week by Iowa, 16-9. The last time that the Gophers and Wolverines met was in last spring's Conference meet, when Minnesota edged past Michigan, 55-54, to gain the title. Since that time both squads…

… third with a 3.6 mark. gan since it beat Michigan State games with Minnesota are Min- Wolverine coach Al Renfrew has January 15 at the Coliseum. neapolis will decide whether the nothing but praise for Mc…

…Cartan Renfrew will have to' receive Wolverines or the Gophers are still who he described as "the best good performances from his first in the race for a WIHL playoff goalie in the league and practically line of…

February 27, 1955 • Page Image 3

… span from 1927-48, the Wolverines splashed to 16 conference titles, all under the tutelage of Matt Mann, who retired at the close of last season. Back in the thirties, the Wol- verine powe…

… to this very day. Six years is a long time to wait, but maybp Saturday the Wolverine will reign supreme once again. TURNING to track, Michigan has not won an indoor cinder title since 1945, and from…

… with Ohio State, have left the Wolverines as bridesmaids for nine successive years, But the last Michigan indoor title in 1945 was one never to be forgotten. Over 18,000 screaming fans jammed the mammoth…

… conference history. In the one mile run, five straight Wolverines crossed the finish line in a row -an unparalleled occurrence. The Illini went on to win seven titles to Michigan's two, but Dohert's 25 man…

… squad piled up points in the runner-up and third positions. When the dust had cleared, 18 Wolverines had garnered points, 14 had produced their best efforts of the season, and Michigan had beaten Illinois…

February 18, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… up. Against Michigan State Satur- day night Wolverine sharpshooters' tattered the nets for 91 points, two short of its season's high, and good enough to win most games. State Sets Record But State…

… aggregation. The Wolverines' defensive inept- ness was placed in the spotlight once more against Iowa Monday night when they squeaked by with a last-minute 90-86 win.. In both games Michigan suf- fered most at…

… got loose as much: as he did for all those tipins." Gentry got 20 points against the Wolverines, almost all of them-the result of converted rebounds. All wasn't gloom with the cage, mentor, though. He…

… Monday's game that the Wolverines won, 90-86. MICHIGAN'S TRACK HOPES: Relay Teams Feature Usual Strength (This- 3s the concluding part of a series discussing Michigan's track. team. Today's article…

… presents the Wolverine relay hopes.)' By JIM BENAGH Michigan has always put to- gether strong relay teams and it hasn't taken long this season to see that.another "normal" year is in progress. In three meets…

… to date - the Michigan AAU, Michigan State Relays and a triangular contest- the Wolverines boast five first places and four seconds in 10 relay starts. And from the looks of the 1959 schedule, there…

March 01, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

Wolverines Here Tonight season is also one that Perigo's charges like to remember. The Wolverines completely outclassed the Badgers, 70-49, in one of the victories that gave them their ear- ly Big Ten lead…

… showed at Yost Field House. Walt Holt and Bob Litzow have also averaged in the teens for the season. If the Wolverines are seeking any more victories this season, this will be the weekend to get hot. The…

… victory-minded Ohio State track team into Yost Field House tonight against a victory- hungry Wolverine squad. Field events will begin at 7 p.m. STARTS SUNDAY * NOMINATED FOR 3 { ACADEMY AWARDS A STORM RAGED…

… with a young, inex- perienced Ohio State team. The Ohio State team was easi- ly defeated by the Wolverines last year, 16-11, and the Buckeyes fin- ished last in the 1957 Big Ten Conference Championships…

…, man- againg to score only eight points in the competition. 'M' Works Out Despite' the sudden reversal of the Wolverine grapplers' per- formances, Coach Cliff Keen sent his team through extensive work…

… Buckeye's Dick Macione.- In the 177-1b. and heavyweight divisions, Karl Lutomski and Fred Olm of the Wolverines, respective- ly, are matched with Mark Rob- erts and Bill Sexton of Ohio State. WHAT IS A BOX…

… Collegiate swim championships, past records indicated that ithe outlook for the Canadians is not too bright. The last encounter between the Wolverines and the invaders from the north was last year at the…

May 14, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…' slightly over 73 strokes per man1 per 18 holes, to turn in a team total which Wolverine coach Bert Katzenmeyer termed "remarkable." Their low man was George Wa- kulsky, who carded a 70 and a 72 for a…

… they shot last Saturday at Ann Arbor, which at that time won them a quadrangu- lar meet from Ohio State, Purdue and Michigan State. Steve Uzelac, the Wolverine cap- tain who has been shooting _fine golf…

… course much better than the Wolverines, but Katzenmeyer says that his boys have played it "a little bit before." He also remarked that "only once before have I seen any col- legiate team turn in a perform…

…- ance comparable to that of Michi- gan State's." The Spartans scores are pheno- menal when one realizes that the same team shot last Saturday at Ann Arbor, and was swamped by the Wolverines, Boilermakers…

Wolverines were Bruce Goldsmith, Otto Schere and Dexter Thede. * * * Score Better CLEVELAND() -- When the nurse took the dressing off pitch- er Herb Score's right eye Monday, he told her "the vision seems to…

… Washington Sen- ators, with the job of finding new talent. Ilii i Moundsnen Halt 'M' Sluggers, Drop Wolverines from Big Ten Lead .. I-M SOFTBALL: Sammies Down Delts By RUDE DIFAZIO "If someone had told me…

Wolverines out of first place in the Big Ten baseball race. "The team must have gotten stale," he said, "They have been practicing three and a half hours every day most of the season. I told them today that I…

… Finkbeiner, and possibly John Herrnstein working on the mound for the Wolverines. I Vlajor League Standings Sigma Alpha Mu topped Delta Tau Delta yesterday at Ferry Field, 11-3, under cloudy skies and cool…

… was handed a decisive 76-56 dual meet defeat by Illinois Satur- day. Coach Don Canham thought that the Wolverines generally made a good showing. "Illinois had just too much for us," observed the coach…

…-48 thrashing administered by the Wolverines indoors. Three Big Men Three Illini played a major part in the victory. Bob M i t c h e ll triumphed in both dashes, Bob Dintelmann won close victories in the mile and…

May 25, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

… championship. Wolverine hopes will rest on a six man contingent made up of Captain Bob McMasters, F r e d Wicklow, Skip MacMichael, Steve Uselac, John Schubeck and Henry Loeb. Michigan has been cast as one of…

… of any- thing in his whole life." One thing is sure however. Everyone on the Michigan team will have to turn in a top perform- ance if the Wolverines have any chance of taking the title. Man for man…

…, the championship potential is there, but that poten- tial will have to be fulfilled if the Wolverines are to triumph over the other nine squads. Michigan will probably get its strongest opposition from…

… I a s t year's champions, Purdue, who hol year's champions, Purdue. who hold two dual meet decisions over the Wolverines. Campbell Leads Purdue The Boilermakers are led by the great Joe Campbell…

…- ference meet, behind Purdue, Ohio State and Wisconsin. Uzelac led the Wolverines, finishing fifth with a 227. -Daily-Dick Gaskili JUST WARMING UP-Michigan's Jim Pace will change from sweat clothes he…

… only thing which could delay Michigan's winning the Big Ten tennis title occured yes- terday-rain. At Minneapolis for the big meet. the Wolverines will have to wait a day before they begin the de-! fense…

… match this season 9-7, 6-4. The Wolverine netters definite- ly rate as the favorites in the Con- ference meet, on the basis of their brilliant play extending over the last two seasons. The team has a…

… berth on the squad. The Wolverines will have an especially tough time scoring points in thet NCAA meet because no points are given until a player reaches the last few rounds of the tourney. Last year…

… mile, and should repeat easily, in the latter. Other Wolverines who should re- tain their outdoor titles are Dave Owen in the shot and Mark Booth in the high jump. With the absence of Jim Golli- dad from…

… ' By LYNN TOWLE and AL JONES It looks as if it will be a toss up in the Michigan-Michigan State series thisfinal baseball weekend. The Wolverines left for East Lansing at 10:30 this morning where they…

December 03, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 60) • Page Image 6

… season against Pittsburgh tomorrow night, the memories of many Wolverine cage fans sweep back through the years to a cold March night in 1948. It was on that evening that Mich- igan basketball reached' its…

… score at 31-31. The Wolverines had become panic- stricken and Missed on 14 straight field goal attempts, plus a pair of free throws. Substitutes Help Suddenly Cowles called a time out. Off the bench raced…

… substi- tutes Hall Morrill and Boyd Mc- Caslin. Teaming with the great Mark Suprunowicz, Bill Roberts, and Pete Elliot, the pair sparked the Wolverines to their first title since 1929. As the crowd went…

… wild, Michi- gan dumped in eight straight points, and the Hawkeyes were a broken outfit. With the lanky Rob- erts turning in some nice defens- ive work, the Wolverines coasted home the victors and…

… waiting for another. By DICK CRAMER Michigan begins its rugged three month long winter sports schedule tonight as the Wolverine hockey team opens its 1954-55 season in the first of a two game weekend…

…' goals when McGill won the second game of last year's series with the Wolverines. Other holdovers for the Redmen from last year are forwards Pete Jotkus, Gord Currie, Jack McMul- lan, and Guy Bourgoin and…

… standings, where it has remained ever since. M' Smashes Iowa March 2nd, 1948 saw Ozzie Cowles' Wolverines smash Iowa, 51-35, before over 9,000 screaming Yost Field House fans, and thereby with AMF Automatic…

… December 17 when it travels to Colorado College for the first of two tilts. Only Five Lettermen The Wolverines 13-man varsity roster lists only five lettermen and of the entire group there is one senior…

… Col- lege and Loyola College, respec- tively. Last year McGill, coached by "Rocky" Robillard, gained an even split in its two encounters with the Wolverines, both of which were played before near…

April 23, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…'S Wolverine baseball outfit, victors in 11 of 15 outings against mediocre opposition so far this season, face the acid test of conference competition this weekend-playing three games on the road. Michigan has…

… looked like anything but a national champion so far this year, and if the Wolverines don't sharpen up awfully fast they don't stand much of a chance of holding on to the Big Ten crown which they've shared…

… the fact that Michigan has not earned its present .733 won-lost percentage by virtue of out-playing the opposition-the other teams have just been a little bit worse. Even the supposedly great Wolverine

… shortstop for Wisconsin, and the other with Corbett of the Wolverines. Kuenn, on his way to a .444 conference batting mark, got eight hits in ten trips to the plate, half of them for extra bases. Corbett was…

… Fisher has sched- uled Corbett and Wisniewski for starting roles. The Wildcats fea- ture a heavy hitting attack paced by 1952 All-American first baseman Don Blaha, and promise to give the Wolverines a good…

… workout. Messrs. Fisher, Ritter and Corbett hope the Wolverines have got their poor baseball out of their systems. If they haven't, it will be a quiet bus ride back from Evanston. Major League Standings…

January 14, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 80) • Page Image 3

… Y, JANUARY 14, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TUREE I I Field Events Are Puzzle In Indoor Track Picture CAGERS VACATE CELLAR: Wolverines Look Sharp in Iowa Victory SPORTS SLANTS . ..By Ed…

… crew. Which means the Wolverines must be super-careful on hostile rinks from here on. The slightest display of temper will bring the same treatment McKennell got. 2-Some sort of procedure and regulation…

… field events loom as a big question mark in Michigan's quest for the Big Ten indoor track championship. The Wolverine thinclads have lost more men from last season's field events squad than any other Big…

… Mitchell of Illinois. Two other outstanding confer- ence jumpers are James Harper of Indiana and James Vrooman from Michigan State. THE WOLVERINE track team's two weakest events are the pole vault and the…

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