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March 06, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… team won four weight division championships at the Sports Building yesterday to run away with the Big Ten team title, the 10th in Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen's 35-year career. On Friday Michigan had…

… third in the 123-pound division by win- ning his consolation match, and Wolverines Dick Fronczak and' Fred Olm lost close decisions in their bids for consolation honors. No Conference wrestling team had…

… firsts to the Wolverines four, but simply could not match Michigan's great overall team strength. A total of 13 different trackmen won points for the Wol- verines. Double Winner Heading the Wolverine honor…

… lost to North Dakota here last night in overtime, 4-3, eliminating the Wolverines from the WCHA play-offs. Bill Colpitts of the NoDaks scored at 9:49 of the overtime period to foil the Michigan squad…

… led all scorers with 21 points, while teammate John Tidwell bagged 18. (See Story, Page 8) ses to their feet ,to cheer the 400-yard medley in t is. The Wolverines won the meet, their fourth consec nt…

… the Wolverines previous record of 148, set last year. Trailing the Wolverines and Hoosiers, in what proved as ex- pected, to be a dual meet on a grand scale, were Ohio State, 41V2, Michigan State, 35…

…, Iowa, 17, Minnesota and Illinois, 4, Wis- consin, 31 /2and Northwestern and Purdue 0. Wolverines Push Last night, as in the first two days of competition, it was out- standing individual performances…

… in 16 years win three Big Ten winter spot Ititles in a single season. The last such flourish w also accomplished by Michiga in 1944, when the Wolverin won the same three titles. Michigan ended the meet…

… w 30 point winners. While India had 18. Leading 93-77 at the beginn of the evening's program Wolverines were never in trot and. clinched the meet with two events remaining. Clark Tops All Perhaps the…

December 10, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

… Plot Sanctions Arrest Of Lumi WIN LEAGUE OPENER: Wolverines Skate Over Sioux, 6=2 Hayes Sees Early Passage Of Statute for Peace Corps By JOHN ROBERTS Legislation authorizing a peace corps will be…

… a 6-2 victory before nearly 3,000 fans at the Coliseum. The two teams will meet again tonight at 8 p.m. Last night's victory was the second in a row for the Wolverines following an opening loss to Tor…

… equal to the task, however, and when Berenson netted the first Wolverine goal midway through the period the tide had already turned. Babcock caged his first WCHA goal later in the period, and when…

…:40. Michigan Coach Al Renfrew, al- though he was somewhat con- crened with the Wolverine's let- down in the third period, was pleased with his team's perform- ance in the first two periods. "We skated real well…

October 26, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

… Don Moor- head in the second quarter and on runs of one and three yards in the third quarter. His last touchdown put the Wolverines safely ahead, 21-9, with a little over two minutes left in the third…

… quarter. Michigan added two surplus TD's in the fourth period on a six yard keeper by quarterback Moorhead and a 10 yard sweep by reserve tailback Lance Scheffler. The Wolverine victory, coupled with the…

… losses suffered by Michigan State and Indiana, revived Michigan's flicker- ing hopes for a Rose Bowl berth. If the Wolverines do win the1 rest of their games, they will get the trip, but even if they do…

… locker room. "It was Taylor's first chance tot go this year and he was great."t But the Wolverines were anything but great in the firstt half when repeated mistakes by the Wolverine offense keptt the…

November 19, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

… thrill of the"glory days" of Wolverine grid su- premacy. Lucky Combination But even the most avid among us must admit that it took a combination of skill, luck and what is often referred to as intestinal…

… fortitude for Michigan to beat the Buckeyes that day. A foot of snow, two blocked kicks, Northwestern's 14-7 upset of Illinois and the fine punting turned the Wolverines' worst season in 13 years into a…

… fourth consecutive Conference title. A string of injuries to key backs Ortmann, Leo Koceski, and Don Dufek (now Wolverine freshman coach),- seemingly had shattered Wolverine hopes for a Big Ten…

… Helps But miracles can happen, and one did that afternoon. A foot of snow helped the Wolverines contain OSU's All-American, Vic Janowicz, and whip the Bucks. And Northwestern's Dick Flowers led his team…

…- dium. Aside from the circumstances surrounding the game itself, its statistics must certainly rank as the oddest in Conference his- tory. The Wolverines gained only 27 yards total and made no first downs…

… 14 times in the first half alone, 24 times in the game. Janowicz punted 21 times for Ohio State, and their com- For the Wolverines three players stood out in the victory --Ortmann, Tony Momsen, and…

… captain Al Wahl. Although Janowicz out-aver- aged Ortmann in punting, 32- 30. the Michigan tailback came through with several key punts, to keep the Wolverines out of trouble. Once he punted the ball from…

… made several key defensive plays when Ohio State was pressing for an equalizing touchdown, Tomorrow, the Wolverines will "try for another team vic- tory. It won't be as much a miracle if they win; no…

… roses will bloom; it probably won't even snow. But a victory would give Michigan a 6-3 record for its best season since 1956. S XX. >:Z4 'I I S S}: Wolverines ran up a 7-2 rec- ord and finished second…

… television cove age. Rated as seven-point underdogs, the Wolverines will trying' to duplicate last year's 23-14 upset victory. If th succeed, Coach Bump Elliott's.squad will have a 6-3 recorc the best a…

November 09, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

… en- with student money, students discussed by the Students Rela- committees which determine pri- ative HIGH ON ROSES 11-IF - . Am mUistr Wolverines poundhn i -0 CONFUSED High-53 Low-36 g, considerable…

Wolverines massacred the Fighting Illini 57-0. It was Michigan's first whitewash of the season and marked the worst drubbing either school has received in this long and fabled rivalry that dates to 1898. The…

…, Then Michigan broke the game open with a 23-point second tuarter. The Illini gave Michigan good field position throughout the first >eriod as the Wolverine's Mark Werner won a punting duel with llinois…

November 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… Raeder paced the Wolverines to a 38-6 rout over Illinois, be- fore 40,179 Dad's Day fans here yesterday. Raimey touched off the rout early in the first quarter by returning an Illinois punt 54 yds. to…

… paydirt the first time the Wolverines touched the ball. Raeder punched over from the Illinois seven midway in --Daily-James Keson STANDING ROOM ONLY-The Diag Peace Assembly yesterday drew this crowd of…

… pene- trate Michigan territory and one of them came on a fourth quarter fumble that led to their only score. The deepest Illinois was able to move in the first half was to the Wolverine 42, but that…

… on the Wolverine 46, faked to his left, cut back to his right, and romped down the sidelines behind vicious blocking to score prac- tically untouched. The time was 1:50. , Stymied on their second drive…

November 03, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

… chance of rain Vol. LXXIX, No. 57 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, November 3, 1968 Ten Cents Wolverines stompZilcats By BILL LEVIS 27 aerials. "The lack of comple- split end Bill Harris for Michigan s the…

… only Wolverine who inter- Associate sports Editor tions was due to a combination of second touchdown of the game, cepted passes. Defensive tackle EVANSTON-Michigan ran over off-target and dropped passes…

…. The Wolverines built Mason.board with a bomb. the second period after Cecil Pry- up steam slowly, but once they Mason felt a key to the game Curtis, ressembling Curt Flood or deflected a Shelbourne pass…

…. thirteen seconds near the end of snap, and we have always been third score. Ron Johnson took a Brown pass the first half to break the game able to recover the ball." After the Wolverines scored a for the two…

… point conversion to wide open/ The Wolverines played For the second game in a row, fourth time some twenty seconds give the Wolverines their 28 a sluggish first quarter before they Michigan didn't even…

…. Luckily for battered intercepted a Dana Woodring at- since the Wolverines whitewashed tercepted two passes in the first Northwestern, time ran out be- tempt and rambled 24 yards to Minnesota 49-0 in 1966…

…. half to bring his season and Big fore Michigan could mount an- the Wolverine 45 to up Michigan's Still it was not the offense that Ten total to seven, tying his con- other threat. final score. shone…

Wolverines scored three just anyone can get it." time and plunged over left guard he charges across the goal line to score on a 50-yard run following a Quarterback Dennis Brown was 'touchdowns. Curtis, however…

… SECOND, Page 11 was the fourth of the game for the Wolverines. Twelve Pages -Daily-Thomas R. Copt Western tackler in the dust as n interception. Parks grabbed ourne pass attempt. The score A4 ELECTION…

December 03, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…'s resignation will be- come effective Feb. 1. -Daily-Ed Langs MICHIGAN'S BALL--Wolverine forward, Tom Cole, snags a Ball State miss in yesterday's tilt with the Cardinals. Cole battles with Ed Butler, while John…

… balanced scoring attack and a strong defense turned the tide for the Wolverines, but it took a late spurt to do it. Aside from occasional lapses, the Wolverine offense was a thing of beauty. Passing…

… meticulously until they got a man in the open, the Wolverines scored first and were never headed, although the score was close for much of the game. Scored First The, first Michigan goal was typical of many the…

… team got. After each team had lost the ball once, the Wolverines weaved until Proposal Defended By Scholle By MICHAEL HARRAH AFL - CIO President August Scholle yesterday defended his proposal for a…

…=3 Berenson Scores Hat T rick By JIM BERGER Michigan hockey captain Red Berenson broke a streak of two goal-less games with a hat trick last night to lead the Wolverines to a 5-3 victory and series sweep over…

… Michigan Tech. It was the Wolverines third straight win of the season and the Huskies second straight loss. Michigan opened up the scoring early in the first period as Ber- enson, after getting a pass from…

… keep the margin at one point. Cole then tossed in nine clutch points and Hall two, to keep the margin at two points. Iced the Cake Then, with 6:55 left and the score 57-55, the Wolverines hit for See…

WOLVERINES, Page 7 Disarmament Advisor Calls For More Initiative by U.S. By BARBARA PASH The United State must take the initiative for nuclear disarma- ment negotiations considering the future of mankind…

… slapshot from 50 feet that Michi- gap goalie Dave Butts had no chance to stop. But Berenson came back for the Wolverines to put them again two goals ahead. Berenson took a perfect face off from center Wilkie…

March 05, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… Track, Gymnastics Squads Win; Wrestlers, Swimmers Just Miss By TOM WITECKI Daily sports Editor Perhaps the greatest day in Michigan's athletic h was missed by a hair's breadth yesterday as Wolverine ming…

Wolverine teams brought home three Conference tit, "Big Ten Weekend." At Champaign, Coach Don Canham's track squad w third straight indoor title with a devastating show of stre The Wolverines rolled up 69…

… given the Wolverines the new mark; but hopes of this happen- ing were quickly dashed when Don Chalfant, running the second leg, and Bryan Gibson, running the third leg, bumped into each other attempting a…

… last as See LEPS, Page 7 Sops Wrestlers piece to lead the Wolverine juggernaut. Here in Ann Arbor, Coach Newt Loken's gymnasts ended Illinois' 11-year domination of the Con- ference with a convincing…

March 14, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Face Bobcats in NCAA Mid-East Regional Finale Tonight By TOM WEINBERG Special To The Daily -The Michigan Wolverines beat the national champion Loyola Ramblers here last night, 84-80. The win…

… qualified the Wolverines for the finals of the Mideast Regionals of the NCAA here tonight against Ohio University, an upset winner over Kentucky in the first game, 85-69. The.Wolverines pulled in front early…

November 08, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… yesterday. The Wolverines' offensive machine, which led the country with a 265-yards-per-game rushing average before the game, then came to life with a 94-yard drive for a final tally in the third quarter as…

… closer to the Rose Bowl. Fifth Straight Defeat For. llinois coach Pete Elliott it was just another one of those days; he has yet to beat brother Bump and his Wolverines in five years of coaching at…

… Champaign. For Michigan fans the game didn't even start until the next to last play of the first period when Wolverine linebacker Frank Nunley picked off a wayward Il- linois aerial and set the Blue up at the…

… Illini 35. The first 13 min- utes saw the Wolverines total a mere 21 yards on the ground and air combined. But, finally within sight of the goal posts and within view of a national television audience, the…

… Elliott called a key factor in the game, Custardo mis-toed the extra point wide to the right. The Wolverines returned to Il- linois goal-line territory once more before the intermission after Trumpy fumbled…

… while taking a Custardo pass. Taking over at the enemy 40- yard line, Wolverine helmsman Bob Timberlake, making his final home appearance along with 16 other seniors, put on an aerial display of his own…

November 06, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… gave Bump Elliott's Wolverines 8-7 victory over Pete Elliott's Illinois team in the first me ing of the coaching brothers yesterday before 60,927 at Miu igan Stadium. Six times, three in each half…

…, Illinois threatened t Michigan goal only to be stopped by a decisively outweigh but determined Wolverine defense. The Michigan offense, which rolled up 72 points in first three games before taking a leave of…

… ground gainer most of the afternoon for Coaci Bump Elliott's Wolverines who beat brother Pete Elliott's Illini, 8-7. Bump, on the left, and Pete, on the right, watched the game intently, Presidential Poll…

… to submit membership lists to SGC. was able to move the ball only twice all day. But with some strategic surprises that was all the Wolverines needed. Two P Drives Halted Twice Michigan halted…

… Illinois score gave the Michigan offense the stimulus it needed to get into gear and the Wolverines took the kickoff and marched 70 yards in 14 plays to cut the margin to 7-6. March Appeared Stopped This…

… snapped to Dave Glinka, the. shallow man, and he tossed a 16-yard pass to Bob Johnson for the first down. The Wolverines moved from the 27 to the one yard line on a 15 yard run by Dennis Fitzgerald and two…

… plunges by fullback Bill Tun- nicliff. Then after two attempts gained nothing, Tunnicliff went over for the score. The Wolverines gambled for the second time in the space of five minutes when they lined up…

… Illini renewed their futile assault on the Wolverine goal. Midway through the third period Wood's field goal try from the 34 hit the cross bar to frustrate one attempt. As the period neared its end Wood…

October 06, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…. LXXIX, No. 33 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, October 6, 1968 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Wolverines By BOB LEES Associate Sports Editor The winning combination was the same as a week ago - Den- nis Brown…

… shooting touchdowns. Wolverine c o a c h Bump Elliott said after t h e game "we do a much better job on punt returns than on trying to block the kick. They're often hard to get started, though, but Hoey set…

… kickoff from the two to the 36, and from there Navy gained two quick first downs. The Wolverine "defense held them, and when the ensuing punt went -into the end zone, Brown and the rest of the of- fense…

… started again from the 30. This time they made it. Us- ing 10 plays, half of them runs by Daley, quarterback Mick Mc- Nallen drove his squad down to the Wolverine nine. Again Michigan's defense held, but…

… Tire Killian's field goal attempt from the 22 was wide to the right. The first quarter ended with Navy clinging to that 3-0 lead; and the Wolverines looking any- thing but inspired. At one point Johnson…

September 26, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

Wolverines' margin u Michigan, which has h times in its two outings managed to recover tw Fumbles LL five bobbles, along with Califor- M nia's only fumble, to save their ere , "upset," second win of the…

…, Rick Volk- remaining, let the ball bounce off of his chest D the Wol- after calling for a fair catch. The the ball bounced to the Michigan 30- the o the home yard line where a Golden Bear ran Wolverine

… of fullback Dave Fish-' bobble on the Michigan ;10- d line in the second quarter ht have saved the Wolverines' rd too. Michigan was put deep Way] in the hole by Berry's quick kick to the eight yard…

…, the offi- cials gestured that a Wolverine had come up with the ball. Different Team California hardly resembled the team that was totally demolished by Notre Dame last weekend by a score of 48-6. Coach…

… looked as if they would pose much of a problem for the nationally r a n k e d Wolverines. O 10-7 Michigan's rugged defense held' them to zero first downs, no com- plete passes, and 35 yards rush- ing…

… league. Five plays later, the Wolverines started on their only touchdown drive of the day from their own 34. Vidmer passed to Clancy for 15, ran Fisher up the middle for eight, then romped around left end…

May 21, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

… Garber, resigned yesterday saying he no longer enjoys the confidence of President William V. S. Tub- * * * * * * * * * * * * H I I 4 eV Wolverines Win Big Ten Baseball Title Fisher Tops…

… to the NCAA district play- offs when he hurled a magnifi- cent one-hitter at Illinois; in the first game of a doubleheader here yesterday. Illinois' Ron Johnson held the Wolverines to four hits in…

… Competition BY TOM VITECKI Sports Editor Michigan athletes closed one of the most successful years in Wolverine sport history yesterday by adding Conference championships in baseball, outdoor track and tennis…

… Illinois' record 74 points and the Wolverines' win- ning indoor score of 69 two months ago. Indiana was second with 36 points, Illinois 27 1/5, Iowa 24%/, Northwestern 24 1/5, Michigan state 16, Minnesota 15…

… East Lansing, Coach Bill Murphy's tennis team topped host Michigan State, with sophomore star Ray Senkowski taking top in- dividual honors. The title was the Wolverines' third in a row and the sixth in…

… seven years. At Iowa City, Tom Robinson and Ergas Leps took two firsts apiece as the Wolverines won their first outdoor track title since" 1956. Coach Don Canham's squad has won the indoor title for the…

January 10, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…' -David o ltrow TECH CHASED - Michigan Tech winger Dan Farrell has picked up a follower in Wolverine Steve Bochen behind the Tech goal as Farrell attempts to clear the puck. This was the case all week- end…

… for the Huskies as they' were chased off the Coliseum ice twice by the aggressive Wolverines, 5-1 and 4-1. Michigan hay won eight of ten games for the season. . In Fourth Consecutive Win By DAVE COOK A…

Wolverines' fourth consecutive win, and eighth in ten games. Once more the story of the game was in the brilliant combined efforts of Wolverine goalie Jim Coyle and the defensive crew led by Captain Bobbie…

… Watt. Coyle turned aside 21 shots and wound up the night as the top goalie in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association with a 2.5 goals- - per-game average. Watt set the Wolverines off flying in the…

…, 89-58, to the delight of 12,208 spectators in Jenison Field House.. The Spartans, outrunning end outrebounding the Wolverines all through the game, pulled out to a commanding lead midway in the first…

… half and held a comfortable advantage thereafter. It was Michigan's first Big Ten game, and came after the Blue had compiled a 2-7 non-league record. Tomorrow the Wolverines face another tough…

October 21, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

… ti Crucial 4? Highly-Rated Team To Meet Wolverines First Match in Nine Years To Show Boilermakers' Fullbacks, Passing By CLIFF MARKS Associate Sports Editor Homecoming finds Michigan at the…

… crossroads. The Wolverines' future in the Big Ten race will be on the line as the rugged Purdue Boilermakers provide the opposition at 1:30 today at the Michigan Stadium. This will be the first time in nine…

…- proved three new appointments at their meeting yesterday. *enough of Michigan to rank them 15th on the basis of impressive wins over UCLA and Army. Pur- due is given th 14th ,national spot. Past Wolverine

… coincidentally, the rebound came, on Homecoming that year. Added Incentive In fact, the Wolverines have gone two Homecomings without a vic- tory and this should be added in- centive. But the Boilermakers, led by…

…+ likely se^ some action. He has the highest rushing average on the1 squad. See WOLVERINES, Page 6 f May Face New Purge MOSCOW (R)-A flood of con- demnations directed at old line Stalinists poured out in…

April 15, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

… Committee Allotment WOLVERINES . batter up Wolverines Smash WSU With 15 Hits By BRIAN MacCLOWRY All these things we've been hearing are true. About the Wolverine baseball; team, that is. Down at Ferry Field…

… yesterday power laden Michigan smashed out 15 hits--including three home runs-to make it a miserable TGIF for Wayne State University. The score was 14-8, but it wasn't that close. The Wolverines didn't even…

…, although it prob- ably wouldn't have mattered. Strausberger worked the first See WOLVERINES, Page 6 GOP Defeats tax Program Special to The Daily IQC Sets Conference: Administrators, faculty members and…

October 13, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

… pull anything out from under his sleeve to beat the Spartans. An impromptu pass play, a tipped MSU aerial, and a pair of broken tackles shoved the Wolverines to their first victory in a conference opener…

… someone else. "I was right in his line of vision," Man- dich continued, "And I had a step on my man. The pass was perfect and I had clear sailing the rest of the way to the goal line." The Wolverines

…. Seymour, Wolverine defensive and spe- cialist who tied teammate Tom Goss for game honors with 14 tackles, barely man- aged to tip the pigskin away from Wede- meyer's waiting arms. That broke State…

… up 152 yards in 19 carries for the afternoon. There are only six games left on the regular season sched- ule, but the Wolverine captain failed to elaborate on his prediction. "I think this one will…

… their scoring opportunities." For much of the game, the Wolverines made their own breaks. Speedster George Hoey took the opening kickoff and raced all the way to the Spartan 49. Five plays later, Johnson…

January 21, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… outstanding player of the night for the Wolverines with 17 points and 10 rebounds in a losing cause. The final score was 103-70. OS Oerpowers OUUninspired Cagers, in the main library. The storage system in the…

… into The Wolverines were so far be- eyes point for point while Ohio command early. Alcindor's shot hind Ohio State at the intermis- State, looking flustered, was un- with more than 14 minutes to go sion…

January 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…, Carlin uCI* stole the ball out of Wolverine (Cari guard Rick Bloodworth's hands misses and broke downcourt with the then F winning layup. Jim Pitts caught on the dge Wolverines 77 -75 Drop Carlin in…

… time to foul, him ot in time to prevent the t. in missed his chance to put; ane on ice with a 3-pointI but forward Joe Franklin, esis for the Wolverines all oon, made the Badger lead Id as the -5 degree…

… stressed, for us, Ane Badge cal aft could team, ball ai last-se the ne and go Cont The biggest lead the Wolverines could hold in the second half was four points, but it was leveled to zero with two minutes…

… was named this this problem personally." mostly a game of catch-up for sent a June ballot consisting of week by President Johnson to the Wagman said that the most Michigan. The Wolverines were school…

… on financial and Minnesota Law School, was estab- it is is that it is furtive. There is The Wolverines also helped them- here, dooming the Spartans' dark- enrollment data which is as reli- lished last…

…. Ob- i served. The Wolverines managed to Around the conference, Michi- building markets. We also peel j scenity had certainly not im- ,In regard to the General Lib- catch up to within three points gan…

February 27, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

… every' piece of paper that the Boiler-d WEST LAFAYETTE - Michi- maker fans tossed onto the court.a gan's cagey Wolverines waited for But there's no sense in buildingI Purdue to build up the momen- a…

…, regrouped k ter for an eventual 105-85 triumph gan fcal ed a ttirg s their forces, changed a few thingsC The win, the ninth in 11 ef- here and there, and jumped ont forts for the Wolverines, enabled the wagon…

September 27, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… ring Negroes from owners ofHl3u . rig egosfmow r VGround By BILL BULLARD Sports Editor Bump Elliott's Wolverines used a combined arsenal of rushing and passing yesterday to overpower a spunky Air…

… Force squad which could move only through the air in the season opener for Michigan here yesterday. The score was 24-7. Quarterback Bob Timberlake set the tone for the game as he guided the Wolverines

March 04, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

… private sources. We depehd on the legislature to provide basic operating funds upon which 'GETS GY TICS TITL FOUR Tech Beats wolverines In Playoffs T I SEW DI 4 Allow Paper To Resume Publcation…

…, 6-4, to take the Western Collegiate Hockey Association championship back to Houghton. Four goals in the final period did it, after the Wolverines had taken a 3-2 lead on Red Beren- son's record tying…

… but noi quite enough yesterday for Michi- gan teams as the Wolverines copped four second-places anc only one championship. Coach Newt Loken's gymnasts provided the Wolverine victory at Columbus, their…

… close ones it track and wrestling. Wisconsir upset the defending champion Wolverines, 61-461/2, but Captain Ergas Leps was a double winnex in the mile and 880-yd run. Rod Denhart in the pole vault and…

…- ciation playoff finals, 6-4, to also finish second. In basketball, the Wolverines easily downed Northwestern 82- 71 at Yost Field House. Gymnasts Win Conference Championshi By JAN WINKELMAN Special To The…

November 28, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

… 122 yards in six carries, including a 69-yard TD sprint and a key 37-yard dash in the third quarter. . Bucks Romp It was this run that started the Buckeye rout after the Wolverines had made it 21-12 at…

… beautiful over- the-head catch of Sparma's side- line pass and tightrope down the sideline for the score, ending any Wolverine hopes of last-minute glory. Michigan had had its chances early, but failed to…

… to pass and alert Sam Tidmore grabbed the ball on the Wolverine 35. It took the Buckeyes only five plays to score with Ferguson going the last 19 over right tackle. Ferguson Again Minutes later Ohio…

… juggling the kick, the fleet junior broke up the field, cut back to his left and then outlegged the entire Buckeye team down the sidelines See WOLVERINES, Page 6 By MICHAEL HARRAH Central campus is just…

… quarter of Saturday's game with Ohio State. The Buckeyes rolled over the outmanned Wolverines, 50-20. 'Y"..:'a t ""ev-":rrr:"":v::r":x",.t ..%tiEr,":,":r.;}::"}:r :}r.: }:}}>v:;";" "::: "qriS rri::i;a :,"L…

… Michigan hockey team successfully opened its 1961-62 season last night by defeating the University of Toron- to, 4-1. The Wolverines scored once in the first period, once in the second period, and iced the…

October 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

… / Crowd, To See Aerial Duel Miller To Challenge 'M' Defense; Glinka To Carry Wolverine Hopes By BRIAN MacCLOWRY Jolted from their Big Ten title aspirations last week by, burly Minnesota, Bump Elliott…

…'s Wolverines will attempt to rebound today when they meet sophomore studded Wiscon- sin at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Game time is 2:30 p.m. (EST) and the coverage will be handled by radio stations WPAG…

…. Today's game will mark the 25th meeting between the two schools with the Wolverines holding a de- cisive edge in the series. Mich- T igan has won 18 of the battles, .O C Wisconsin five, and there has…

… _ -Daily-James Warneka McRAE ON THE MOVE-Michigan halfback Bennie McRae moves the ball out of Wolverine terri- tory in the first quarter of the Minnesota game. He will be at left halfback today. BONSAL…

… seems to be on the side of Michigan today. The Wolverines have never lost a game at Madison in their eight appear- ances. Unbeaten Season The last time Michigan appear- ed in Madison, in 1947, they whip…

… go into the game with 1-2 records in Big Ten play, and with no visions of winning the title. Last Saturday while the Wolverines were suffering their second conference loss, a bruising 10-0 decision to…

… times for ten yards. A sound Miller could have made the Ohio State game much closer. In the second period with the score tied and Wisconsin on See WOLVERINES, Page 6 MSU Trustees, Vote To Ask More Funds…

November 22, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…Gridders By JOE MARKER Contributing Editor After a year of impatient waiting, Michigan gets its chance this afternoon to untrack the Ohio State express which seeks to make the Wolverines a record 18…

… that weren't enough, the Wolverines can grab a share of the Big Ten championship to go with their Rose Bowl trip if they can subdue the Buckeyes. As phrased succinctly by Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler…

… r O-WW, -Daily--Eric Pergeaux WOLVERINE HALFBACK RON JOHNSON (40) busts into the Buckeye line during Michigan's 50-14 loss to OSU last year. LOGISTICS OFA A PRINCIPLE See Editorial Page4 Vol. LXXX…

January 14, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

… Arena. The victory kept the unbeaten Gophers in first place in the West- ern Collegiate Hockey Association with a 5-0 record. The Wolverines will attempt to square things tonight in the final match of the…

… two game weekend series. Coyle Brilliant Only the brilliant goaltending of Jim Coyle kept the Wolverines in the game, as referee Hank Franzen called twelve penalties on Michigan. The first one came with…

November 13, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…- selves, they oppose Diem's harsh methods for maintaining the security of the country against red terrorism. Diem'Trapped Wolverines Slasi To 29-7 Victory 'M' Defense Shines in Second Half As Hoosiers Gain…

… failed. Indiana once again tried to move the ball, but was forced to punt when it lost two yards in three plays. Indiana Interception The Wolverines immediately launched a 47 yard drive that car- ried them…

October 05, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…'s game with Missouri and all of them were bad. They fumbled the ball away four times, three of those deep in Wolverine territory and once inside the Tiger 10 yard line. They had a punt blocked on them deep…

… grasp of Wolverine defensive back Barry Pierson. The Wolverine offense couldn't, get any closer than the 23 and Tim Killian's 40-yard field goal attempt hit the left cross bar with a disheartening thud…

… back to Adam Vital again on the 16. But the Tigers hadn't found the key to the Michigan de- fense and had to settle for a game-tying 26-yard field goal by Henry Brown. However, the Wolverines were just…

… going over from the one. But the fun was still not over. See'POOREST,' Page 9 --Daily-Eric Pergeaux Tjgur jfllbw'c li on lcBrid e (32) slasles t irougli the Wolverine line SUNDAYA &A DAIL Y ie…

November 10, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… SENIOR EDITORS Y Lit~aul ~~IAit Vol. LXXIX, No. 63 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, November 10, 1968 Ten Pages Wolverines bomb Illini, 36-0 By BOB LEES Associate Sports Editor The most powerful…

… earthquake in 20 years shook the Midwest yesterday afternoon, but the teacup-rattling tremor was nothing compared to the manhandling the Rose Bowl- bound Michigan Wolverines gave Illinois at Michigan Sta- dium…

… play, from Moorhead. The other two TD's were scored SM by Johnson; Tim Killian added a field goal just to make things in- ter esting. The Wolverine offense also fell prey to something they hadn't en- She…

… also lax rs establishing countered prior to this game: communication between ghetto fumble-itis. Four times the slip schools in Detroit and the edu-1 pery ball dropped from a Wolve-} y ' WOLVERINE TIGHT…

September 29, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

… Sports ditor DURHAM, N.C.-It was a beautiful afternoon here yes- r terday. The skies were bright 'and sunshiny, the winds were gentle, and the temperature was up. But so were the Wolverines as they…

… of a bulldozer, gained 205 yards for the afternoon, more than three times Duke's entire H rushing total. And 189 of those I Js yards came in the first half. I But the Wolverine offense was far froma…

… passes pilfered by the Wolverines all institutions; based upon the structure and passedresolutions rucial times. amount of instruction offered on issues of the Vietnam war and each level: freshman…

… kickoff, ran it back to the 33, and the Blue -Devils were off and running - until they "' hit a stone wall on the Wolverine 19. There the Wolverines held am h il l a fall inr m Now anyone in the College of…

… customary triad, and WHAM! a completed pass to Imsland, for 21 yards and a touchdown. Tim Killian converted, and the Wolverines led 7-0. The first quarter ended with Michigan holding that lead. NiOT DOWN YET…

November 15, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

… a touch- down, a present from the Wolverines.' Iowa quarterback Gary Snook stepped back to pass and threw to Bill Laskey, Mike Bass, and Rick Volk. It was the wrong team at the receiving end, a gift…

Wolverines recovered fou fumbles-all of them on the sam spot at the Iowa 24-and used tw of them for touchdowns. That' real Midwestern hospitality. Iowa end Karl Noonan cut dow Ifield, dove for Snook's 13-yar…

… half points to beat the Hawk g eyes, 34-20, here yesterday after noon before some 50,000 partisa s fans. A whiff of roses floated past th d Wolverine bench as the Minne d sota-Purdue score came over th s…

… really set the Iowan back on their heels. The big senior rolled up 120 yards on 20 carries and battered his way for a 62-yard ru battered his way for a 62-yard run and three touchdowns. The Wolverines

…; Laskey jumped on Snook for a seven-yard loss, and Gary Simpson's fourth-down field goal went wide on a 30-yard at- tempt. The Wolverines took over at the 20, but on the second play Ward's double fumble…

… third among Wolverine rushers with 438 yards. CHARGES ISRAELI AGGRESSION: Syria Asks for UN Meeting - next fall." n UNITED NATIONS (AP)-Syria asked yesterday for an urgent e meeting of the United…

March 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

… Devils Friday In Tournament at Kansas City By TOM WEINBERG Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-Just two more wins and Michigan is the king. The Wolverines are the basketball champions of the Mideast Regional…

… of the NCAA by virtue of their 69-57 victory over Ohio University here last night. The Wolverines will go to Kansas City next weekend to meet Duke's Blue Devils Friday night in the semifinals of the…

November 18, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…-14 Hawkeyes' Fourth Quarter Surge Overcomes Determined Wolverines By JAN WINKELMAN Associate Sports Editor Special To The Daily IOWA CITY-The Wolverines lost their fifth Big Ten game of the season here…

… needed in the second 11 half." Krause virtually walked into the end-zone. NEW YORK (M)-A Columbia Up until Krause's runback, the Une Wolverines had dominated play. University professor yesterday sug- The…

… play Live military duty with distaste in the game. Wolverine quarter- and grow up without any under- back Bob Chandler threw too standing of military obligation," short for Timberlake. he said, adding…

… invi- their 20 after Iowa punted into tation to disaster," he warned. the end zone. The Wolverines He said the. government also wasted no time in scoring. After could require compulsory military a…

… troops advanced to Walong itself z4 -AP Wireph."to IOWA GAINS YARDAGE-Wolverine fullback Harvey Chapman (46) and quarterback Bob Timberlake hold Hawkeye halfback Larry Ferguson (19) to an 11-yard gain in…

April 30, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Stater (3~Nine Swveeps Trip leheader Officials Meet, By PETE Di LORENZI Special to The Daily EAST LANSING-In one of the finest days in Michigan baseball history, the Wolverines swept to a…

… victory moved the Wolverines into a virtual three way tie for first place in the Big Ten standings with Minnesota and Indiana, who both swept double- headers yesterday. Coach Don Lund's young hus- tlers…

December 15, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… best defensive effort of the seasoin to pin a 68-57 loss on Idaho's invading Vandals last night before a sparce and somewhat quiet turnout of 1,500 onlookers at Yost Field House. The Wolverines turned a…

… he main- tained his intention was "to make See MOSCOW, Page 3 on the year. Tidwell Sets Pace As usual, captain John Tidwell paced the Wolverine offensive at-j tack as he picked up 21 points to nab…

… scoring honors for the night. The senior guard, ranked third among Big Ten players prior to last night's game with a 24.5 aver- age, paced the Wolverine attack in the first half with 11 points, most- ly on…

… Tidwell getting all five of his first-half field goals in a nine- minute span and the Wolverines working their patterns almost to perfection, Michigan shot ahead and led by 11 points with 7:46 remaining in…

… the half. However, "M" started getting a little overanxious after that, com- mitting numerous fouls and mak- ing several errors, permitting the Vandals to close the gap. Idaho outscored the Wolverines

…, high for his team, and played the entire game until he fouled out with 1:09 remaining. Michigan lived up to its repu- tation of being a second-half team See WOLVERINES, Page 6 Ford FiRs In As President…

February 28, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

… three. ichigan scoring records and sparking the Wolverines' 72-65 win over Michigan State. Scoring 41 points, he broke the old record of 39 points in the closing moments of the game. Tidwell Sets, New…

… Marks In JIM set By JMBENAGH Daily Sports Editor Michigan's John Tidwell cracked open everything in sight here last night to lead the Wolverines to1 their first Big Ten triumph this year-a stunning 72…

January 23, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… meeting between the Wolverines and Golden Gophers in a basketball era special to both of them was anticipated with deep-set desire, fought with un- relenting intensity, and won in the end by Michigan, 97…

… Iowa yesterday, puts the Wolverines in sole possession of first place in the Big Ten basketball race with a 4-0 record. The Edge There was a well-honed edgeto the Michigan team that over- powered the…

… in the first half. Wolverine fans may be getting used to this by now, but Cazzie Russell again led all scorers with 40 points, only three short of John Tidwell's Field House record: This boosts Cazzie…

January 09, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

… yesterday. Defending are Cazzie Russell (33) and Oliver Darden (55) of Michigan. Russell and Darden combined for 57 points in sparking the Wolverines to an 83-78 come-from-behind victory-their first win at…

….- mentioned-Dan Brown. C O L U M B U S - Michigan's Actually it was a game Mich- Brown, who spent most of his igan could well have lost. To gain time over the weekend reading basketball Wolverines had trouble…

March 13, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

… LEXINGTON, Ky.-Michigan's Wolverines, showing their Regents are likely to accept the awesome power against spirited but thoroughly outclassed resignations of President Clark Dayton, rolled to a 98-71 triumph…

…. Rebounding and shooting as well as they have all season, The Regents are reportedly split the Wolverines earned the right to face Vanderbilt tonight for cision uestionbe dvered aunt the regional championship…

… recommendations GerePmyadLryT. the rallies had perverted freedom mightubemmisleadingmm t goning rounded out the balanced into "license for hard-core porno. might be misleading. scoring attack of the Wolverine

… expansion pro- for the Flyers as the Wolverines In another development, Edward gram, were based on information had seven players with more thar M. Strong, deposed chancellor of Ar uuallyriale oucee four…

… outsiders, half to take a 44-25 lead, and Oakland Tribune obtained parts of an official indicated that repre- when the Wolverines had stretch the report and published them last, sentatives from each state…

January 17, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… CHURCHILL Wolverines Coast by Wildcat Five, 90-68 By TOM WEINBERG Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Overcoming a two-game Saturday night jinx Coach Dave Strack's Wolverines slid along for 15 minutes, then broke…

… loose and coasted to a 90-68 victory against Northwestern here last night.' The win put the Wolverines in undisputed possession of first place in the Big Ten with a 2-0 mark and gave them a 10-2 record…

October 28, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

… mistakes by intercepting three Wolverine aerials while only losing two of their own. At one point in the fourth quar- ter the ball changed hands three times in four plays. The final score, by the way, was…

… Minnesota 17, Michigan 0. It was the third straight time the Wolverines were whitewashed in the Big Ten and you have to look' all the way back to 1935 to find that again. How long it has been since Michigan…

… failed to get inside the 12-yd. line in three games is anybody's guess. New Look The Wolverines came out of the dressing room yesterday with a new look in their eyes and a new offense in their heads. Bob…

… Evashevski calling signals. But outside of a smart halfback jump pass from Timberlake to end Jim Conley, which caught Minnesota by surprise, the Wolverines were as futile as ever. Juggled Lineup Minnesota…

… Michigan's many mistakes that opened the door. Futile Punt Standing back to punt on his own 30, Joe O'Donnell couldn't reach the pass from center. The ball skidded to the Wolverine 18 where Minnesota took…

May 20, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Collect Two Big Ten Champion ships TrackFirst By DAVE GOOD Special To The Daily LAFAYETTE-Michigan's track- men had to wait around all after- noon for Rod Denhart to break the conference…

… pole vault record here yesterday, but there was nothing that could have made them happier. An hour and twenty minutes before, the Wolverines had pulled off what an ecstatic Coach Don Canham called a…

April 22, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… relationship between Brentano as former foreign minis- ter and Gerhard Schroeder, his successor. SAFE AT THIRD-Wolverine catcher Joe Merullo slides safely into third under the tag of Purdue third sacker Richard…

… Editor The Michigan batsmen busted loose for their most productive day of the infant season yesterday and the result was a double drub- bing of the Purdue Boilermakers, 12-4 and 8-2. The Wolverines

…'s second and third against no wins, while Michigan upped its Big Ten mark to 2-l. The Wolverines' lone loss came at the hands of Illinois, 1-0, on Friday afternoon. Big Fifth Michigan blew the first game…

… on Joe Caggiano who far- ed no better. The Wolverines picked up their remaining five runs in the seventh and 'ighth innings off Caggiano and a successor. Harvey Chapman, who started at third, led the…

… Hutchins made the most of it. The first result was Hill Auditorium, a gift in the will of Rege~nt Arthur H~ill. The Wolverines took to the road for long trips, and Field- ing H. Yost had so little to do…

March 16, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… Michigan Tech Husky. Kelly scored one of four Wolverine goals in last night's 5-4 loss to Clark- son in the NCAA hockey championships. Tonight Tech and St. Lawrence square off in the second game of the…

… tournament. 'were on power plays, while ox e was scored on a breakaway. For Michigan Red Berenson was the star. The senior captain scored twice in the final frame for the Wolverines to break an existing…

…. stopped 25 shots, and in the third period when the Wolverines finally came to life, Gibbons was not to be beaten. What happened to Michigan? Berenson compared last night's game with the Yale game earlier in…

… the play. Come Back With seven seconds remaining in' the period the Wolverines came back with a goal. Center Larry See WOLVERINES, Page 7 Blast Kennedy Offer SidelinesMeeting Safeguard on Secret…

February 27, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

… more coercive view are not much farther along than we are." Ask Control Of Ministries SMASH THREE RECORDS: Wolverines Romp Past Hoosiers By JERRY KALISH Viewing faculty student relation- ships, Prof…

… there Indiana last night as the Wolverines raced to an easy 110-89 victory was no interdependence. in Yost Fieldhouse. "An institution cannot draw good A small crowd as 2,000 was on hand to witness Tom…

January 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

… belatedly rec- ognizing the importance of after- led Berenson got the Wolverines care centers established in com- spree with a picture-perfect goal munities away from mental hos- began the play when he got…

…-0. persons awaiting admission to es later, at 13:23, the Wolverines mental institutions. H"w Held Back ek Home I"ow we are . told by the gov- KEEP WCHA LEAD: Wolverines Skate Past Colorado Colic Semester of…

November 22, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…OSU i n Good Shape; Inl By MIKE BURNS Sports Editor Michigan's Wolverines will pass up the Thanksgiving holiday to- morrow, hoping to feast Saturday on powerful Ohio State in the tra- ditional…

… game which will determine the conference title. The Wolverines have been set- ting their defenses to stop the Buckeyes' crunch-crunch, grind 'em out offense, led by human battering ram, Bob Ferguson. The…

…., speedster suffered a severe shoulder bruise in the first quar- ter of the Iowa game and is listed as "very doubtful" by Elliott for the OSU game. That's only the beginning of the Wolverine infirmary list…

… is still bothered by a pinched nerve and will be used sparingly against the Buckeyes. Though Ohio State will be fav- ored to defeat the injury-weaken- ed Wolverines, the Michigan squad has a host of…

… for a Dave Glinka pass early in last Saturday's game with Iowa. Covering the play is Iowa left halfback Paul Krause. The Wolverines won the tilt 23-14 through spirited second-half play. LATE IN 1961…

November 19, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

Wolverines Rally," In 2-14 Victor Win Insures Elliott's Best Season; McRae, Strobel, Grant Injured By MIKE BURNS Sports Editor An injury-riddled Michigan team staged a strong second- half comeback to overtake…

… an early Iowa lead and handed the Hawkeyes their fourth straight defeat yesterday, 23-14. The Wolverines spotted the visitors a 14-3 lead at half- time, but the rock-ribbed Blue defense stopped the…

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