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March 08, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 132) • Page Image 12

… What started out so ominously last December when Michigan lost to Kentucky 96-79 is ending in a rage. The Wolverine cagers, who lost their last eight Big Ten games last season and started this year…

… last three conference games, dramatic- ally reversing the style that produced an 8-16 season last year and the outlooks of another dismal record this time around. And the Wolverines victims have not been…

… meek. After defeating Minnesota 105-92 for the second Wolverine victory over the Gophers this season and for their second road victory, Michi- gan went out to knock Purdue out of the race and…

… Northwestern almost clear out of the first division. The Wolverines' thrashing of Rick Mount's Boilermakers at the Events Building Dedication game had to be the highlight of the season for the Maize and Blue…

… year, the Wolverines had their chance and came through handsomely. After struggling early in the year to find a starting lineup, Michigan finally began to click when Bob Sullivan was moved to the center…

… post even though he gives up valuable inches of height to the opposition. The Wolverines began to move well because Sullivan began passing instead of shooting every time he got his hands on the ball. His…

… up the team by putting sophomore Bill Fraumann at center, but the Wolverines kept on losing. Only when he switched Sullivan to center and Dennis Stewart back to forward against Iowa in early February…

… did the Wolverines began to click. At that time Michigan was 1-5 in the conference and 6-10 over all. While losing that encounter 99-86, Michigan began to find itself, and has gone on to win four of its…

… last six games And in three of those victories, the Wolverines have had all five starters in double figures. Only in the Illinois game did guard Ken Maxey hit for less than 10. This overall balance…

… team. He also has proven to be one of the Wolverines' top scorers, hitting for a 17.6 average this season. Why, then did the Wolverines blossom so late in the season? While it was in part due to the…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

… the the opening day's action without a single taste of defeat to lead the pack at the onset, then ran into a brick wall of defeat in the final day. Indiana then picked up the tempo where the Wolverines

… left off and crowned three singles champions and two doubles to clinch the Big Ten crown. The Hoosiers finished with a booming 69 points, far out- distancing the once-menacing Wolverines, who had 48…

… singles hope senior Harry Fauquier was knock- ed off by Riessen in the semifinals, 6-3, 6-0. The Wolverine headman made the semi bracket after downing Indiana's Dave Straus, 6-4, 6-1, and then going three…

… sets with MSU's Tom Jamieson, 0-6, 6-2, 6-1. for Northwestern by outsing Wol- verine sophomore Karl Hedrick in the finals, 6-3, 6-3. Hedrick pair- ed up with John Fraser in the Wolverines' first doubles…

… duo, and it was only after a tough 7-5, 8-6 semi final duel with Indiana's Power-McNerney team that the Wolverines were knocked out of the running. During the regular season play the Hoosiers also beat…

… same Wildcat who beat Flood out of the fourth singles crown back in 1963. The new Wolverine champ had to go three with Indiana's Charlie Kane in the finals to win it, 6-4, 6-8, 6-2. On the road to the…

… season losses came at the hands of Northwestern and Indiana as the Wolverines gained victories in six other meets by 9-0 scores. With most of its personnel back from its championship team of a year ago…

… the Hoosiers' 7-2 victory over the Wol- soph Tim Sheehan, 6-2, 2-6, 6-0, and in doubles, Tig Templeton and Carver Blanchard nipped Dixon and Swift, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. Never daunted, the Wolverines showed…

…, beat Illinois' Tom McCullum in the opening round, 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, then fell to Hoosier Alan Graham, 10-8, 6-2. Perhaps the biggest single blow to the Wolverines' tennis title hopes was Lowe and Fauquier…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 98

Wolverines left off and crowned three singles champions and two doubles to clinch the Big Ten crown. The Hoosiers finished with a booming 69 points, far out- distancing the once-menacing Wolverines, who had 48…

…. North- western came up with a 42-point effort and Michigan State ended up in fourth 25 points. Flood Alone While the Wolverines had four singlists and a doubles team in the final action, only third man…

… singles hope1 senior Harry Fauquier was knock-9 ed off by Riessen in the semifinals,1 6-3, 6-0. The Wolverine headmanl made thesemi bracket after1 downing Indiana's Dave Straus, 6-4, 6-1, and then going…

… ed up with John Fraser in th Wolverines' first doubles duo, anm it was only after a tough 7-5, 8-1 semi final duel with Indiana' Power-McNerney team that th Wolverines were knocked out o the running…

… the second round o: the opening day. It was the sam( Wildcat who beat Flood out of the fourth singles crown back ir 1963. The new Wolverine champ hac to go three with Indiana's Charlie Kane in the…

…-3, then fell to Hoosier Alan Graham, 10-8, 6-2. Perhaps the biggest single blow to the Wolverines' tennis title hopes was Lowe and Fauquier's loss of their second doubles crown to MSU's O…

December 10, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

… speed lrelhant Billy Taylor shows his heels to the once-mighty Ohio State Buckeyes. After starter Glenn Doughty was injur ed in the ichigan State name, Taylor sparked the Wolverine offense to five…

… straight wins, often electrifying the crowds with ling runs f"oni :scrimmage. The Wolverine defensive unit, one of the stingiest in the Big Ten, overwhelms Vander- bilt fullback Allan Spear. Featuring Henry…

… against Michigan in leading the Spartans to a 23-12 decision. It was the Wolverines' sole loss in the conference this year. Junior Quarterback Don Moorhead, who played in Dennis Brown's shadow last season…

…, came into his own in the 1969 campaign. With total offense figures of 1699 yards, Aloorhead rate s one of the most productive quarter- backs in Wolverine history. Above, he moves back into the pocket to…

March 08, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 127) • Page Image 8

… ONE DOWN-The big reason for Michigan's emergence as a basketball power last year was big Bill Buntin, who led the Big Ten in rebounds and set the all-time Wolverine scoring rec- ord broken by Russell…

… this year. Here Buntin brings down a defensive rebound as frustrated Illini Tal Brody (12), Bogie Redmon (33), and Don Freeman stand idly by. Daily-Bruce Taylor' HIGH-SCORING SOPH-Wolverine sophomore…

… of them. No Big Ten school has ever won more than three winter crowns in the same year, but the Wolverines this year are likely to match that number easily, and could conceivably garner five first…

… the year will be played, and the basketball campaign will conclude with games Saturday and Monday. In the past four seasons, the Wolverines have done quite well for themselves in wintertime competition…

March 11, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 131) • Page Image 8

… Michigan Tech raced away, For a brief three-minute inter- with a 7-4 victory. After an inspiring 8-4 Wolverine Saturday neight's WCHA regional victory over Minnesota the night before, only WCHA regular…

… to becoming the darkhorse NCAA way of a Wolverine appearance hockey champions. in the NCAA championship tour- But after another eight minutes nament at Colorado Springs this had elapsed, the Michigan…

… To ProtestE Firings of GENDELL an WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 Noon, Diag The Wolverines skated out Sat- two minutes to play in the first period to even the contest at 1-1 and set the stage for the season…

… Huskie net- minder Gordon McRae to send the Wolverines into 2-1 lead. Less than four minutes later the hulking right winger a g a i n brought the wildly partisan capa- city crowd to its feet when he com…

May 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

Wolverines inning, a drive over the left field were probably hoping for a down fence, to complete the scoring with pour to postpone the contest. But the Wolverines ahead 9-3. A dou- by the end of the frame the…

…. MARK CARROW gained the The second inning, which was ; win with a brilliant relief stint. delayed twice by rain, began with Carrow relieved Fife in the third the Wolverines trailing Western, with the…

… Rafferty followed rally in the seventh and last in- :: ning. Three walks in the seventh Special To The Daily Redmon's homer with singles to -Daily-Larry Robbins WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Chuck Schmidt, one of…

… is the umpire. Yesterday Schmidt had two hits including a three-run home run over the left field fence. Christman gained his first win of the season as the Wolverines took an early 5-0 lead and had…

… little trouble in holding on to the vic- tory. Last Saturday the Wolverines staged two late inning rallies to capture a doubleheader from In- diana by scores of 9-4 and 6-5. In the opener a five run ninth…

… the strength of hitless relief. Ironical- ly the Hoosiers took a leaf out of the Michigan notebook commit- ting eight errors in the double- header, many of which played key roles in the Wolverine win…

…. Then came yesterday's surprise win over powerful Western Mich- igan. The loss was only Western's eighth against 21 wins. This weekend Michigan hopes to continue their good play as the Wolverines meet…

February 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… delivered a ones point loss to the Hawkeyes on their home court for the second consecutive year, The Wolverines dropped Iowa NIGHT EDITOR: ELLIOTT BERRY out of the conference race with the 86-85 victory and…

…. minutes to lead 22-12. leading scorer with 27 points, 10 The Wolverines had gone up by But the Hawks made a swift coming on goaltending calls on nine points at 84-75 on steals by comeback, scaring the…

… of Pete Fichuck; Rich Yurich, and Bill Klatt com- bined to . beat Wolverine goalie Jim Keough, this time with Fi- chuck doing the honors. In ' the second period, Mike Kurtz, who was espeically…

March 20, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 139) • Page Image 10

… favored Wolverines will have to re- spond with a sterling performance if they are to carry home the title. In truth, the conference championship is only a part of what the gymnasts will be seeking this week…

… trip to Seattle and the National Champion- ships. After the results of this season's dual meets, which saw the Wolverines chalk up national highs in both their six and seven event scores. Michigan must…

… touranment. The condition of the Wolverine squad is good. A pulled hamstring muscle, which has bothered Dave Jacobs' performances in floor exercises, has been improving, so he should be able to turn in one of…

… concluded. "If these two teams hit, the rest of the scores will fall right in line." It is probable that the Wolverines have not hit their potential this season, but Loken feels he will be "extremely…

… satisfied with a 164," the score his gymnasts achieved against Iowa in the _dual meet. If that tally is achieved, there is little that should keep the Wolverines from their trip to Seattle. -JERRY CLARKE JOI…

September 11, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYTED Wolverines By JERRY KALISH with what he calls a feeling It's approximately 668 miles "guarded optimism." 'om Yost Fieldhouse to Ebbett's It's not surprising that obseve To…

… Field Improved Basketball Tean of rers Field, but you'd think you were actually in Brooklyn last season when you heard Wolverine basket- ball fans echo the old war cry made famous. by the Dodgers, "Wait…

… 'till next year." And as "next year" approaches head basketball coach Dave Strack isn't exactly pessimistic. The Mich- igan mentor enters his third sea- son at the helm for the Wolverines are expecting…

Wolverine basketball fortunes to be on the upswing with the return of four regulars, all of whom averaged in double figures, and the availability of some outstanding sophomores who comprised last. winter…

…'s freshman team considered by many to be the best in the school's history. And for the first time in recent years, the Wolverines won't be lacking depth. This problem has plagued Strack in his two years here…

…. In his fresh- man year, he had the great John Tidwell but only managed to win two conference games. Last year, too, the Wolverines finished eighth with a 5-.9 mark, and Strack was forced to go with…

…. Cole, 6'7" senior, will handle one of the forward positions this year. He wound up the season as the Wolverines' top scorer and rebounder and was tenth leading scorer in the Big Ten with a 17.4 average…

February 11, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

Wolverines more polish and poise. State & Packard The result was a 9-0 whitewash <=-yom~r:>o<-amo<-o< o {s < -{7 om <-of Michigan State. h Kayos Spartans, 9-0 pa After Friday night's 4-3 over- time…

… squeaker over the Spartans, Wolverine goalie Jim Keough pre- dicted a substantial victory last night. Actually he didn't go too far out on a limb. Though Michi- gan's Friday night victory was a pastiche of…

…-1 score. Last night the Wolverines kept the pieces together. "We played a good game," ac- knowledged Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew. "And, despite the score, State is still a good team. They gave us a heckuva…

… game Friday night." The Wolverines continued their third period heroics, scoring six goals in the final stanza. "This could be some team if it played three third periods a night," notes Keough. A Wolver…

… started. Nine minutes later Galbraith got a souvenir puck for his second hat trick of the season. The next two minutes brought two more Michigan goals. *I UI And the Wolverines await next -Daily…

…-Andy Sacks weekend's. invasion of Michigan MICHIGAN FORWARD Lee Martilla (8) skates across the Mich- Tech, currently one WCHA notch igan State crease in jubilation after scoring the Wolverines' last ahead of…

… light w in spectacle of the two held in weights. le Events Building, the Michigan At 123 pounds, Steve Rubin gave w estlers took measure of Ohio the Wolverines a fast 5-0 lead by te as they beat them…

… to 15 and 12 ith the Wolverines holding a slim ad as they 'went Into the heavy eights. Michigan's Pete Cornell had the eight upon his- shoulders as the rolverines could not lose here and ill have a…

May 04, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… yesterday as the Broncos of Western Michigan edg- ed the Wolverines, 2-1. The score was tied until the last of the ninth, when with one out, WMU's Pat Locanto singled home Bruce Roberts with the winning run…

… Cuyler's triple to right field. Michigan's record is now 15-5 and Western's is 12-2. Last Saturday the Wolverine diamondmen won their seventh and eighth consecutive games in patented good…

… the second game of the doubleheader the Wolverines, down 5-2 going into the last inning, stunned the disbelieving Badgers again by put- ting seven runs across the plate in the seventh and final inning…

…. (The second game of Big Ten double- headers is always limited to seven innings.) The final score was 9-5. These two wins brought the Wolverines' Big Ten record to 4-0. all the wins being credited to…

… Wildcat errors and a wild pitch. Two insurance runs were added in the ninth on an infield single by Al Bara, a walk to Sygar, two wild pitches and Bob Gilhooley's run- scoring infield out. The Wolverines

… home run and a single which ever. Two non-conference gameTncapos*dNCAr- drove inthree runs, snwith Notre Dame were rained out On April 16, the Wolverines took as was a doubleheader with Ohio ners-up last…

… year and are favored two more victories, beating Cen- State. to take the title this year. THREE SHOT PUT VICTORIES: Harvey Cops itles in Relays ad Shot putter Jack Harvey paced1 the Wolverine track…

Wolverines failed to get any other first-place finishes in the rain-soaked Penn Relays, but pole vaulter and team captain George Canamare placed second in his event with a vault of 15'. The best Michigan could…

… match between Michigan Captain Karl Hedrick ad Boilermaker Wayne Svoboda was a real battle as Hedrick won 7-5, 8-6. The other matches were closer than the scores indicate but the Wolverines were never ex…

…-1; Dixon-Pritula (M) def. Moline- Stone, 10-8, 6-3. . Al JACK HARVEY MICHIGAN'S Wolverines - Michigan's famous Marching Band-Th tate Street-The League e Victors- The Union of a great him in a three…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

… Editor If nothing else Wolverine base- ball coach Moby Benedict suc- ceeded admirably last year in putting himself back in the hot seat-he and his players were just too good. Two years ago Benedict inher…

…- header at Northwestern gave them two more, 7-1 and 8-1. With a 4-3 win over Purdue and 14-2 and 11-3 wins over Illinois the fol- lowing day to give them the lead in the Big Ten, the Wolverines were really…

… end of the season skid when they took a squeaker over the Wolverines 3-2 at East Lansing May 18th. On May 20th the Wolverines took time off to meet the U of D Titans at Ferry Field. The first game was…

… actually the continua- tion of one which was called be- cause of darkness in the 12 inning of play with Michigan at bat with runners on first and second and one out. It took the Wolverines one more inning to…

… relief help in the first inning. The win finally went to Wayne Slusher of the Wolverines, 5-4. The following day Michigan was back in Big Ten action against the Buckeyes of Ohio State. Clyde Barnhart went…

Wolverine coach Moby Benedict went with his righthander Bill Wahl who held a 4-0 record in the Big Ten going into the game. Michigan got off to a quick 3-0 lead on a first inning home run by outfielder Ron…

… their opponents 42.7. With Russell and Buntin the Wolverines will have plenty of scoring punch. Russell broke Bun- tin's own one season scoring rec- ord for a Michigan player last year scoring a total of…

… about the competition. The com- petition in the Big Ten should come from Minnesota and Purdue, the only two teams, besides Ohio, to beat the Wolverines. Minnesota which beat Michigan by a whop- ping 89…

…-75 is the stronger of the two. -Daily-Dave Good JAZZY CAZZIE RUSSELL sparkled in his sophomore year and helped lead the Wolverines to the semifinals of the NCAA basket- ball tournament. The 6'5Y" guard…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

… champion wrestling over the holi- days-the Wolverines lost only one meet while winning five others, but a plague of injuries at key positions forced Coach Cliff Keen to make some major adjustments in the…

… team lineup. The Wolverines snatched a first place at the Chicago West Subur- ban tourney with Buuddy Pal- misano, Cal Jenkins, and Rick( Bay gaining individual titles while Lee Deitrick retained his 147…

… Purdue contest. First Place The Wolverines piled up 83 points to lead the pack in the Chicago West Suburban tourna- ment. Wolverine lightweight Buddy Palmisano tallied two falls to win the 115-pound title…

…, Jenkins won faur straight for the 137-pound crown, and Rick Bay, defending Big Ten champ at 157, copped the 167-pound medal. Wolverine soph Tino Lambrose picked up a third place in the 123- pound class, and…

… match. Rick Bay made his first dual-meet per- formance this season for the Wol- verines, defeating Roger Cook, 5-3. Only Loss Against NYAC, loaded with ex- collegiate wrestling champions, the Wolverines

… could salvage only seven points as Miller defeated NYAC's Jerry Greinier, 5-3, and Bay and Deitrick both drew. At New York two more Wolverines saw dual-meet action for the ini- tial time: Lambrose lost to…

…, Horning got the call at 130, and the ex-Ann Arbor High wrestler pinned Ken Robison in 3:25 and won three straight matches. The Wolverines had no trouble with Hofstra, winning 25-3, with Spaly gaining a…

January 08, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 76) • Page Image 12

… action after a one- month layoff. Then the Wolverines, with only a night's rest, will defend ,their Big Ten Relays title tomorrow. Tonight's meet will see Coach Gus Stager's Wolverines seeking their 28th…

… entered in the Relays. . Last year the Wolverines were victorious in nine of 10 swimming events and were edged by Ohio State in the diving relay. Out to Revenge Defeat Alex Gaxiola, John Smith and Fred Wolf…

January 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 92) • Page Image 11

… Ohio State's Buckeyes gave Michigan a lesson in fundamental basketball yesterday as they com- pletely dominated the Wolverines and sailed to an easy 98-85 vic- tory. The Buckeyes halted the potent…

… Michigan offense by throwing up a tight 1-2-2 zone that forced the Wolverines into one of their worst shooting games of the campaign. daily sports,' NIGHT EDITOR: FRED LaBOUR Ohio State was no less effective…

…- door the Wolverine center. He al- so had success in dragging Tom- janovich down low and then rol- ling to the basket. Ohio State was i 3 T 7 C i 4 4 MICHIGAN Stewart Carter Tomjanovich Fife Maxey…

… Finney Meadors Andreas OHIO STATE FG 4 11 12 6 2 4 FT 0-0 .9-10 2-2 0-0 3-5 4-6 -Daily-Andy Sacks BOB SULLIVAN (90), the Wolverine's "sixth man," crashes into Ohio State's Denny Meadors in an attempt to…

… offensive board work the Mich- igan offense could not function as it normally does. Yesterday made two bad games in a row for the Wolverines and tough Northwestern lies ahead. Unless they improve over their…

… Buckeyers to cough the 'ball up 17 times, with a shameful 10 turnovers in the second stan- za. The Wolverines also got their chapces to score, throwing up 95 shots to the basket while t h e Buckeyes had to…

May 07, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

… a highly respectable 5-1 onference record. The Wolverines ripped of five traight conference wins before .uccumbing to Indiana in the sec- ond half of a twin bill on Satur- I where else, managing only…

… two hitsA in the nightcap. Michigan had little trouble in the Saturday opener. SophomoreI hurler Steve Evans went all the way as the Wolverines banged out a 5-1 decision. Right-fielder El- liott Maddox…

…- Wolverine third-baseman Glen ThinC-ad trpO Purdue in triangular Redmon got a walk in the fourth with two outs, and stole second. Doug Nelson followed with a soft fly over the head of Hoosier sec- ond…

…. ONCE AGAIN The Wolverines mounted an- other threat in the sixth. With two outs, Andy Fisher walked and Maddox drilled a single to left. The rally was once'again cut off, however, when Redmon flied out to…

… with 291 each. Next Wolverine Schroeder and Rod Sumpter, on the list was Frank Groves in blazed its way to a victory in the sixth place with a 294. Northern Intercollegiate G o 1 f Low man for the…

December 06, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 82) • Page Image 10

…PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER. 6, 1964 PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 6. 19414 X Wolverines Become 'Champions of the West C . ( - x 0 S,, __ 7 4 By GIL…

… SAMBERG In 1964, Michigan bounced back from a season tempered with frus- tration and disappointment. Last year the Wolverines hand- ed Big Ten champ Illinois its only. setback, but a defeat at the hands of…

… in every statistical cate- gory by a tremendous Wolverine offensive attack of 433 yards, that handed Michigan its first and only loss of the season in squeak- ing out a 21-20 decision. At first it…

… PLAY used by the Wolverines all year was the option pitchout with Bob Tim- berlake either keeping or lateraling to another back. Here against Michigan State, the senior quar- terback elects to pitch to…

… Mel Anthony, Michigan's leading ground gained., Anthony sweeps end avoiding a desperation tackle by Spartan guard Rahn Bentley. The Wolverines went on to win, 17-10. score. It was not until late in the…

February 09, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

…FRIDAY, FEBRUARY $, 1'968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NIN1 * Gmnasts By ANDY BARBAS !the Wolverines had planned. Special To The Daily Michigan…

… edge. Char- and dealing the Spartans a 188.6 lie Froeming led the Wolverines to 187.05 upset. with a 9.1. The Woverines won the meet Even though the Wolverines where they were expected to lose slipped in…

… near the completion of his performance but still picked up an 8.8. The Spartans cut the Wolverine lead to only .05 of a point in the long horse. Sophomore Jensen led the Wolverines with a 9.25. Mich…

…- igan State captain Dave Thor, though, led everyone with a 9.4. Michigan's Fred Rodney followed the two with a solid 9.15, tying the Spartans' Ed Gunny. The Wolverines had the Spar- tans with their backs…

…. Last Ditch Michigan State's coach Szypula, in a last ditch effort to overtake the Wolverines, instructed his high bar team to take a chance. They attempted harder tricks, but their gamble failed as Gunny…

… goal in overtime, suffered a may be geting mentally prepared State's icers. shoulder separation last week and for the weekend series with a The Wolverines will take their will probably be out of action…

… weak Spartan team. eight-game winning streak back for the weekend series. The other Sophomore Dave Perrin admit- to the scene of their last loss. Wolverine nemsis. Nino Cristo- ted that although he…

… The Wolverines find themselves has put the light on only twice Tech 'Michigan Tech, the cur- nTheWlvyeighes fndthemdelve more for the Spartans. rent WCHA leaders), next week." riding on the crest of…

… trasted with Michigan's 4.8. niht where the Wolverines are f --+1, undefeated. score in this event was 26.35, it wasj much more than they had ex-f pected. Earlier this' year, side horse scores had…

January 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

…, 99-81. Fortunately, there wasn't enough time between the Nebraska set- back and the confrontation at Cobo Hall for the Wolverines to sulk over blowing a 12-point lead with about seven minutes to go, or…

… being outscored 14-2 in the closing minutes of the game. Controlled Half The Wolverines controlled the opening half of the game at Lin- coln as they marched to a com- manding 41-31 halftime edge, in…

April 09, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

Wolverines in 'the Dallas meet; in the Friday night events, he was the only Wolverine (individual or relay team) who was able to rise above the third rank. JUNE GRADUATES -.. ... . . ,: v…

… swimming meets in Dallas. However, both stopped frowning shortly after as their swim- mers, particularly Daland's Trojans, came through one by one. Another handicap for the Wolverines was the dazzling form…

…- tially to Indiana's team point total, pushing them up closer and closer to the Wolverines and the USC Trojans. More disappointing to Coach Counsilman was Frank McKinney (below left), con- sistently left…

October 11, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…. Then on the first play Ward fum- Cormick engineered a drive that was only halted at the Wolverine nine yard line. It was two strikes and you're out for Kenney, and on fourth and five MSU Coach Duffy…

… Daugherty sent in sopho- more Larry Lukasik to boot the field goal that gave the Spartans a 10-3 lead. The Wolverines held MSU's oleading ground - gainer Clinton Jones to a minus two yards rush- ing and…

… on an important fourth-down play. Timberlake carried on 17 plays and passed for 122 yards in the Wolverines' victory. Three In A Row, Six To Go (Continued from Page 1) Sygar, who played for Mason at…

… Niles (O.) McKinley High School, is playing his first season for the Wolverines after sitting out last year with a broken leg. He missed spring practice when he rebroke the leg in the same place in a…

… his injury. * * * Fumbles played a key part in yesterday's g am e as S ta t e gave away the ball twice and Michigan lost the ball three times out of four bobbles. The first Wolverine mistake was the…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…. The Wolverines lose just threeT men from last year's squad. Last year's Big Ten victory wasf no rout as the year before when Michigan obliterated the opposi- tion. Iowa and Michigan State made…

… determined bids to unseat the "M" gymnasts, but superiorx depth won out. Captain Arno Las-c cari, Mike Henderson, Gary Er-< win and John Hamilton won first places for the Wolverines in, thek meet. All but…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 105

… solid favorite for number five in '65. The Wolverines lose just three men from last year's squad. Last year's Big Ten victory was no rout as the year before when Michigan obliterated the opposi- tion…

Wolverines in the meet. All but Lascari will be back. Leaves Hole The loss of Lascari is a large one indeed, however. Lascari won his specialty, the parallel bars, while finishing fourth in the all- around…

February 14, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… halls relays, slated for 7 p.m. In the 65-yard high hurdles, the Wolverines' veteran, Cliff Nut- tall, will probably be meeting Notre Dame's Pete Whitehouse. Last week in the Michigan State Relays…

…. Miller vs. Densham Wolverine Bob Densham is ex- pected to meet some stiff compe- tition from Hoosier Cornelius Mil- ler. The highly-regarded Miller has gone as high as 6'7" this year. Although Densham…

… high jumper, is still sidelined with an ankle injury sustained in the meet here two weeks ago. Wolverine polevaulters could sweep the'entire event. Last week, George Wade cleared the bar at 14'4" to…

… tonight against arch-rival Michigan State in East Lansing. Currently resting in second place in the WCHA standings, one full game behind Minnesota, the Wolverine icemen need a pair of victories to stay in…

…- tory a Michigan State hockey team had swept a season series form the Wolverines. While the Spartan sextet has been anything but spectacular this season, they would like nothing better than to derail the…

…. tallied 14 goals and 17 assists. Next in scoring is wingman Doug Roberts, a junior forward from Detroit and a familiar face to the Michgian team.j Wolverine fans may remember Roberts from his clashes last…

February 10, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 89) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY aymnasts Risk Spotless Record Against li r? greater opposition than any the Lawler was second on the side - Wolverines have faced thus far. horse, and Salter and Klausman j…

…1 Wolverines Monday afternoon:.;. Southern Illinois had proved it- self a leading gymnastics power with a victory in the Midwest Open on December 3. The meet] provides an interesting compar1- son…

… he competed and all-around honors with 445.5 points. Jim Brown, Tom Osterland, and sophomore Lew Fenner provided the other Wolverine victories, in tumbling, rebound tumbling (trampoline),, and the…

…. Spicer lost to Montpetit by a mere half point in free exer- cise and his continued improve- ment as well as Osterland's should provide the Wolverines with ex- Collegiate Hairstyles for 1961! Featuring…

…'s gymnasts will face in tomor meet. Wolverines Wallop Badg For Seeond Win, 90-22 cellent depth in these events ! future meets. In addition, Jim Hynds, Gilbe Larose, Ralph Bromund, and Mar Erenburg, all…

… sophomores, we outstanding in rolling up the se( onds and thirds that gave ti Wolverines their imposing 7F point victory margin. As Montpetit put it, "We a performed well and made very fe mistakes in our…

December 16, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

… North kota tonight at Grand Forks in first game of a six-game holi- r swing through the West. Following the weekend series h the Sioux, the Wolverines ve into Colorado Springs for a r with Colorado…

… College next nday and Tuesday and then ift to Denver to meet the power- Pioneers in two games Thurs- y and Friday. Tie for Lead Via last week's surprising double a over luckless North Dakota, e Wolverines

February 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… situation. Michigan took the ball down- court and John Harris put a jump- er through the hoop to make the score, 63-62. There were nine sec- onds left and the Wolverines foul- ed Riessen again. This time he…

… Sounded At this point the buzzer sound- ed, ending the game. No foul was called against Northwestern on Cole's drive despite protests to the referee by the Wolverine players. Michigan had fallen behind at…

… halftime 33-25 and' after several minutes of the second half was down 39-27. But the Wolverines battled to within five points when Coach Dave Strack took all his starters out of the game except Buntin at 12…

…:30. He substituted Tom Ludwig, John Oosterbaan, Larry Tregoning, and George Pom- ey for his regulars. With Ooster- baan scoring six points on jump shots the Wolverines tied the score at 50-50 at 8…

… margin until Northwestern broke away from Michigan in the last four minutes to take a 33-25 halftime lead. Strack called a time out at 6:55 with the Wolverines leading 22- 21. But after play resumed Michi…

… on the Wolverines were held scoreless. Greater Accuracy Northwestern had greater ac- curacy from the floor in the first half. NU shot 38 per cent to Mich- igan's 30 per cent. In addition, the Wildcats…

… outrebounded the Wolverines 28-26. Buntin led the rebounders and scorers for both teams in the first half. He had nine grabs off the boards and 11 points. Cantrell had nine points to take second place scoring…

… honors. Another Squeaker MICHIGAN By CHARLIE TOWLE "Will the real Michigan track team please stand up," is a re- quest local track fans might be making after the performance of the Wolverine cindermen in…

May 29, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 173) • Page Image 8

… Information, Write To GOYA GUITARS 53 W. 23rd St., New York 10, N.Y. 'M' Nine Plays Western Michigan in NCI 4 t«> By MIKE BLOCK College baseball season over? Not for the Wolverines. r. _ Today is the…

Wolverines acting as "home team" to the Broncos of WMU (although the match will be at Kalamazoo) in the first game, end in the second, Detroit (24-2) will play host to Illinois (26-5). Old Friends Western…

February 09, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 90) • Page Image 21

…MY 91962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY iscari: Gymnastics Star EASY VICTORIES: Wolverines Earn Two Wins By JOHN SCOCHIN Continuing to bounce back after a lone loss to Illinois the capable Michigan gymnastics…

… Tom Osterland paced the Wolverines to victory over the Hawkeyes grabbing firsts in tumbling and on the tramhpo- line. Captain Leads Utilizing some of the old finesse that made him Big Ten rebound…

April 14, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 134) • Page Image 7

….14,; THE MICHIGAN DAILY ii, THE MICHIGAN DAILY a sa v .-. Wolverine Nine To Open Home Against -Daily-,James Warneka WOLVERINE STARTERS-Starting for Michigan when the Wolverines open their…

… Last spring Marcereau finished with a 2-1 mark including a 6-0 shutout of Iowa, the Wolverines' only whitewash job of the 1960, chase. On the college grapefruit circuit last week in Arizona Mar- cereau…

… to bunt, stroke and score while the visitors slash, mash and fly out. The Wolverines, too, were caught in this coup. Aided by the light desert air and Henrich and Bradsby, several Michigan batsmen…

… target for a Michigan team that still managed to poke seven homers in Arizona despite playing three games in a vacuum. Lund won't admit it but for this 1961 Wolverine team that four foot green picket fence…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

… that would be better forgotten the Wolverine hockey team rolled up its worst record in quite a few years. The biggest news however was an announcement by Coach Al Renfrew several weeks after the season…

…. Certainly something had to be done, because after the showing by this year's hockey team more fan appearhad to be injeced intc the game. The Wolverine hockey team started the season quickly beating the…

… Spartans humili- ated the Wolverines again on Saturday night to win a Michigan- Michigan State series for the first time. The two losses left Michigan in the cellar of the Western Colleg- iate Hockey…

… Association, a position from which they would be unable to rise for the rest of the season. The next week the Wolverines had a respite when they played Queens University The games were no contest at all, and…

… Bill Bieber made his first appearance of the year in the second game. LO DEN FREY OUTERCOATS from Austria $29.95 E A' WILD=h The Wolverines resumed the WCHA wars the next weekend and started a long…

… losing streak that was interrupted only by Christmas vacation.' The Wolverines started off the new year well by losing to Minne- sota. In the course of the first game Michigan's star goalie Bob Gray…

… injured his knee while mak- ing a save. Bieber was called in to replace him in the nets. The Wolverines managed a tie in their next game, the closest they had been to a win all year. No Help The change in…

… goalies didn't help and the team seemed to lose what little spark it had as the Wolverines dropped a two game series to the Michigan Tech Husk- ies before returning home and dropping two games to Minnesota…

…. The next weekend however was all joy and gladness at the Coli- seium. The Wolverines managed to win two whole games from the Huskies. It was Grays first re- turn to the lineup since his injury at…

… Minneapolis. Gray's return seemed to put new drive into the players and built up team confi- dence. They played as they should have played all season. The Wolverines then took a trip out West, playing at Denver…

May 23, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN n A l l.V PAG SI TUF l1 ll11 1hiLl TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1961 Wolverine Nine Picked forNCAA District P1 Layoffs Freehan, Joyce Named District All-Stars; Wolverines Travel To…

… to go to Omaha, Neb. and the College World Series. Big Ten Champion Michigan, Mis- souri Valley Conference Champion Cincinnati, Mid-American Confer- ence Champion Western Michigan, and Wolverine

Wolverines' first foe, has compiled an 18-2-2 record throughout the season, compared to Michigan's 20-7., Detroit and Western Michigan posted season records of 15-1=1 and "14-6, respectively. The playoff…

… also announced the District All-Star team yesterday, with Wolverines Bill Freehan and Mike Joyce being named to the ten-man squad. The selections came as no sur- prise to anyone, most of all to those…

… Michigan Today the Wolverines travel to Kalamazoo to face Western Mich- igan in a tuneup and possible pre- view of next week's playoff series. Coach Don Lund has named junior righthander Franz Neubrecht to…

… start against the Broncos, who were ahead of the Wolverines 4-1 in a May 13 game which was called in the fourth inningbecause of rain. In that game, the Broncos threw Bill Ortlieb at the Wolver- ines…

…. Ortlieb is the other pitcher on the All-Star team along with Joyce. Today, however, Western Mich- igan will start righthander Ray. Larned against the Big Ten champs. The game will be the Wolverines' last…

… brilliant Satur day's one - hitter clinched Michigan's playoff berth, will all be available for action against the Titans, Broncos, and Bearcats next week. Along with these pitcher the Wolverines will also…

… the number two singles title in 1959, the year the Wolverines won every possible match in the conference tourna- ment. Last year he played first singles and lost to the champions, Denny Konocki of…

… remarkable 124-21 dual meet record since 1948 behind him and a flock of talent on hand the Wolverines hope to repeat as champs in 1962. Once again, Northwestern and cross-state rival Michigan State should…

August 27, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, August 27, 1969 PUZZLING .,. a l 11 l .. 6 F: J( v i."' < ;? Links outlook unknown By BILL DINNER One can only wonder what happened to the Wolverine golf…

… were five additional lettermen to help the depth of the squad. Even the Wolverines' opener gav-e no indication of their fu- Lire fortunes as they captured lifth place in the annual Miami Invitational…

… Tournament, with Keith Mohan and Rod Sumpter leading the team. Erskine, who started with a disappointing 80- 81-161, patched together his game to finish with 316, good for third among the Wolverines

… Iopes for (a victory in the Big Ten Tour- namnent were washed away after the first round (s the Wolverines were over 20 strokes out of first. Things went from bad to worse in the final round as they…

… Tournament in Columbus the Wolverines fin- -i hope is that there will be a great improvement in today's play." In accord with N e w - comb's remarks the team did edge up a little, but then there are not too…

… Big Ten Tournament were washed away after the first GET ATTENTION round as the Wolverines were over 20 strokes out of first. Things went from bad to worse in the final 36 holes as they finished in…

… Erskine could muster was a dismal 319 total which placed him fifthout of six Wolverines. Erskine was undaunted by his endeavors for the Michigan golf team. Wasting no time after the season drew to a close…

… per month Required a Call NEEBJAC TV RENTALS 662-5671 SERVING BIG 10 SCHOOLS SINCE 1961 capture fourth place in the Big Ten with a strong 9-5 mark. A final verdict was forthcom- ing on the Wolverines

… of the unknown. In spite of the poor campaign, the 1969 Wolverine squad was veteran in nature: Gone next year will be the en- tire starting infield including Glenn Redmon, who was a second team all Big…

May 01, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

… Ohio State tt ters received their first mat at the hands of Indiana. Schumaker and Wes Spenc pled Wolverine third double; Ron Teeguarden and Bruc Boer 6-4, 6-3 in the Hoosie loss to Michigan. BASEBALL…

… Things were looking gloomy for the Wolverine b team before the end of the term. The diamondmen-ha fered through a painful, game losing streak In Arizo: fore claiming their first viel But the Wolverines

…-Spartan especially satisfying for they igan baseballers, as the MS' is expected to be a top con for the conference crown. Dave Renkiewicz and Ste ins handled the pitching for the Wolverines in the ba sack (4-2 and 4…

…-1) wins. Hiur ey, Rod Scott and suta.d~s assault2 spring schedule daily spNorts than runner-up Central Michigan. The Wolverine 'B' team took sixth in the meet with a 324 total. Frank Groves led the…

… Penn Relays in Philadelphia-and enjoyed the same successes they' have gained all spring. The Wolverine two-mile relay unit won its specialty in Colum- ous, then took on Harvard and Villanova in the East…

January 08, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 87) • Page Image 10

…PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 9 JANUARY 1965 PAGE TEN TilE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. 8 JANUARY 1965 Icemen Faceoff Against Sioux LAST NON-CONFERENCE FOE: Wolverine Wrestlers To Face…

….m. tonight and tomorrow night in the Coliseum. Three of those wins came in the Boston Area Holiday Tournament which the Wolverines won by beating Harvard, 4-2, Northeast- ern, 7-2, and Boston College, 4…

…-4 at Rochester, N.Y., to mem- ber teams of the United States Hockey League. By BUD WILKINSON team that finished in fifth place An injury-riddled Wolverine in the WCHA with a 5-8-1 record wrestling squad…

… gaps left Deitrick, Bill Johannesen, and by graduation in the Sioux lineup. Chris Stowell. All four were in- At Long Last jured in the Wolverines' holiday Michigan did not meet North meets with Penn…

… Pioneers by Bay. Coach Cliff Keen said yesterday that he "didn't know when he will be able to wrestle Gym ijeet again. You just can't predict The Wolverine g y m n a s t i c when a knee injury like that will…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 101

…Tl(JggDAY-, AUGUST 25't 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESAY. UGUS 25.196 THEMICHGAN AIL MINNESOTA FIRST: 'M'Nine Finishes Second :>----- By CHARLIE TOWLE Sports Editor If nothing else Wolverine base…

… when they. took a squeaker over the Wolverines 3-2 at East Lansing May 18th. On May 20th the Wolverines took time off to meet the U of D Titans at Ferry Field. The first game' was actually the continua…

…- tion of one which was called be- cause of darkness in the 12 inning of play with Michigan at bat with runners on first and second and one out. It took the Wolverines one more inning to win this one 11…

… first inning. The win finally went to Wayne Slusher of the Wolverines, 5-4. The following day Michigan was back in Big Ten action against the Buckeyes of Ohio State. Clyde Barnhart went seven innings…

…-4 won-lost record going into the final day of play. Michigan faced a twinbill against sixth place Indiana, while Minnesota played two against fourth place Wisconsin. In the first game Wolverine coach Moby…

….7. With Russell and Buntin the Wolverines will have plenty of scoring punch. Russell broke Bun- tin's own one season scoring rec- ord for a Michigan player last year scoring a total of 690 points. They…

…. The com- petition in' the Big Ten should come from Minnesota and Purdue, the only two teams, besides Ohio, to beat the Wolverines. Minnesota which beat Michigan by a whop- ping 89-75 is the stronger of…

… the two- -Daily-Dave Good JAZZY CAZZIE RUSSELL sparkled in his sophomore year and helped lead the Wolverines to the semifinals of the NCAA basket- ball tournament. The 6'5%" guard led the Big Ten co…

April 11, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

… week as the Wolverines finished with a 6-3 record on their spring trip to the cactus capitol. Victims of the onslaught which saw Michigan bang out nine home runs in nine games, were Wyom- ing 4-1 and 4…

… trip provided Coach Don Lund with his first look at the sophomore-studded Wolverines in action, and he was not disap- pointed. Wolverines Off on Right Foot He pointed out that his club completed 11…

…-medley relay team composed of Bryan Gibson, Walt Schafer, Dave Martin, and Ergas Leps set a meet and field record in winning in 10:09.4. The four man Wolverine squad= 'in Trinidad accounted for six firsts and…

…, participating for the first time in varsity competition came through with convincing wins as the Wolverines' new num- ber one singles man. Miami, which has played 14 regular season matches thus far, beat Michigan…

… it fin- ishes the regular season. The two other Wolverine vic- tories were by Senkowski and Wayne Peacock in the number one doubles in the first match and by the third doubles combi- nation of Bill…

… Vogt and Bruce MacDonald in the second. The six. Wolverines who made the trip were Senkowski, Jim Ten- ny, Peacock, MacDonald, Vogt and Tom Beach. Coach Murphy commented, "Our lineup is not definite yet…

Wolverines, 19-9, and the Tar- heels did the job, 16-12. - "We played very well for so early in the year," Katzenmeyer commented, pointing out that his team averaged 76.7 and 77.1 re- spectively against the…

February 05, 1960 • Page Image 16

… teammate Dave Gilland- ers and surrendered his AAU title to another Wolverine, Frank Le- gacki. This past summer Tashnick represented the United States in the Pan-American Games. The loss of Tashnick leaves…

… Gil- landers the sole Wolverine stand- out in the 200-yard butterfly. 7 QUALITY FOOTWEAR Thirty years of shoe experience here in Ann Arbor with Michigan students convinces us "that there is no…

… victories over Iowa State, Minnesota and Purdue dur- ing the semester break. Coach Gus Stager, using few of his star swimmers in their spe- cialties, saw his Wolverines de- feat Iowa State, 70-25 and Min…

…-; nesota, 69-36, January 15 and 16, the weekend preceding exams, and then return after a two-week lay- off to trounce Purdue 70-34, Feb. 1. In winning these three meets the Wolverines had 19 different…

January 15, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 82) • Page Image 9

…15,190 THE MICHIGAN DAILY BMIEGLMNcoach Amo Bassone's r ecoard His successor, Eldon VanSpy- When Michigan's Wolverines against Michigan teams coached brook, has not quite filled Selin- ace Michigan…

… Renfrew took average of 5.7 goals per game. His ams of the Western Collegiate over the Wolverines, the Spartans average took an especially severe :ockey Association, but it will be have taken six wins…

… tomorrow when they travel to Minnesota and Iowa State in quest of consecutive dual meet victories 29 and 30. The .imminence of impending examinations have forced several Wolverine swimmers to .remain in Ann…

…, Dave Gillanders, Ron Clark, Fred Wolf and Chupk Babcock will be among the cast of Wolverines which is expected to defeat both the Gophers and the Cyclones.. Among the Michigan men re- maining home are…

… Captain Tony Tashnick, John McGuire, Joe Gerlach, Ernie Meissner, and Alex Gaxiola. Remaining Home Following these two meets the Wolverines will have a 15-day lay- off before meeting Purdue, Feb. 1 in…

… the NCAA champion Wolverines in action, that Coach Jack McGuire has ar- ranged to have the meet be moved from Iowa State's, pool in Ames (capacity 200), to a high school pool in Des Moines, 50 miles…

January 10, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 78) • Page Image 7

…ri' Swimmers, Wrestlers Capture Close Deci ong Finish Powers Wolverines Michigan Wrestlers Upset I Big Ten Relays Victory over IU In Last-Minute Mat Thrille By HAL APPLEBAUM Special to The Daily…

… EAST LANSING - Michigan's swim team retained their unof- ficial Big Ten Relay championship here today, but the verdict was in doubt until the next to the last event as Indiana battled the Wolverines down…

…, butterfly relay the Wolverine quintet of breaststrokers Ken Ware and Ron Clark and but- terfly specialists Dave Gillanders and Tony Tashnick raced to a 15-yard victory, setting a relays and pool record in the…

… competition. Their near- est rivals were the Michigan 'B' team, of Ernie Meissner and Ron Jaco, diving for exhibition, who finished 44 behind. The Wolverines' other victories, in the 200-yard relay and the 400…

February 22, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 22, 1969 Upset minded Illini sophomores severe threat to 'NI' gymnasts Wolverines The Lineups take on…

… Harrison Mike Price Greg Jackson 6-8 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-8 By DAVE HANNES The up and down Wolverine cagers will attempt to extend their Big Ten win streak to three this afternoon in a battle with Il- linois. The…

… Jackson. who stands 6-8. Jackson has been a big scorer for Ilinois, holding the schoolrrecord for most points by a sophomore center. He was effective against the Wolverines In that duel, Michigan played…

…, the cham- not particularly impressive against pionship is theirs. the Wolverines scoring only three "Orhiggster.lemthpoints, but Scholz played an cx- "Our biggest problem this year cellent game making…

Wolverines' ability to stop the opposition from scoring. "It seems like defense just isn't their bag as the saying goes. Mich- igan has an effective zone but not a great one. I can't understand why they don…

… eight rebounds while hitting for 19 points, which came mainly on difficult jumpers from the corner. As far as the Wolverines were concerned, the Illinois game was one of their finest team efforts of the…

… season. The scoring was' -Daily--Andy Sacks WOLVERINE FORWARD BOB SULLIVAN drives around two Illinois defenders for an easy lay-up on route to Michigan's 92-87 upset over the Illini in their last meeting…

… last week at the Events Building. VI WOLVERINES POWERFUL I Dave Jacobs STONED!! "stereopticon" STONED!! "Marx Brothers" MAD MARVIN at the Vth FORUM I I SGC Announces PETITIONING FOR SGC President…

… Events Building. j eon because you do it yourself The Wolverines,,seventh ranked in the nation, stunned their pa- I Wax! WA5'11NGrot4 trons in the sparse crowd of 286 by falling behind the eager Gop- i…

… HOURS After Rubin had pulled t hej Wolverines even at 6-6 with a - ____- 4-1vtriumph over Terry Sworsky, __Jim Sanger provided the turning of the match when he convincing- N O Nly trounced Sworsky's twin…

January 28, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

… to be. The key to the Wolverines' 75-70 victory was, obviously, the zone. It was certainly an unex- pected move, as was evidenced by the surprise of Benjamin and his cohorts, and Orr feels that the…

… not capitalized upon. The zone that the Wolverines used was, as Bennington astutely noted, a 1-3-1. Ken Maxey played the point position with Bob Sulli- van and Dan Fife handling the wing spots. Rudy…

… may never use the zone that extensively," were Orr's thoughts on the subject. That does not mean that the Wolverine coaching staff will abandon the zone, though. Com- menting upon one reporter's de…

… the season, and the results showed that the Wolverines have some work to do if they want to win the conference title this year. * LISTLESS: ASMflr CM ST IDEAL FOR: FAMILY MEALS, GET TOGETHERS PICNICS…

…'s 75-70 victory over Michigan State at East Lansing. It was State's in- ability to cope with Orr's 'ka- leidoscope' zone that gave the Wolverines the win, MSU ol By JIM BERLUCCHI The Michigan State…

Wolverines were able to keep pace during the first two periods at East Lansing Friday night, evening the score at 3-3 going into the final 20 minutes. THE SPARTANS then unleash- ed a high - powered attack on…

… this campus SJanuary 31 goalie Jim Keough to rack up three quick goals to put the game out of reach. ' Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew then remove the battle-weary Keough for understudy Bill Busch. State…

…'s Randy Sokell rounded out the scoring with a power-play goal against Busch in the final four minutes.I The Wolverines' tallies were all scored in the first period-by Dave Perrin, Barney Pashak and Paul…

… Gamsby. That was enough to off- set the early Spartan barrage, and give Michigan a temporary 3-21 lead. But the home town Greenies could not be held in check, and! the Wolverines returned home on the short…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

… supplies SERVING U OF M STUDENTS SINCE 1883 But before they lost a regular meet last winter, the Wolverine tankers claimed victory in what was probably the most exciting and closely-fought match in their…

Wolverines the nod. Significant Victory The victory, which Coach Sta- ger attributed to team effort - "they didn't punk out, they stayed in there giving their best" - was especially satisfying because it…

… marked the second time in as many years that the Wolverine tankers had bested the Hoosiers in a head-to-head encounter. No other team has defeated Indiana (the 1965 and '66 NCAA runner- up) in a dual meet…

… grapplers by an 18-8 margin. End of suc- cess story? for the Wolverines in dual meets Matmen Start New String and came as no surprise, since Not to the Wolverine matmen, only three men had graduated who…

… promptly proceeded to dis- from their third-place NCAA pose of their last four Big Ten WOLVERINE SWIM CAPTAIN{ with his unique butterfly style w for 200 meters when he was 16 an Olympics. Michigan…

May 21, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

… team, and a player knocked off in the semi-finals picks up six less points than a champion. Thus the Wolverines, by meet- ing top-seeded Wildcats before the Hoosiers do, need to pull an upset: or two to…

… stay on top. Michigan; lost all the amove matches in dual meet competition during the reg-: ular season when it was defeated by Northwestern 6-3 and beat In- diana 5-4. The Wolverines will be the fa…

… not par- ticipate but which could do a lot to help them toward the title will also be played tomorrow. The CHAMPIONSHIP AT STAKE: wolverines Face OSU in D The title hinging on Wolverine, Buckeye and…

… team, the Buck- eyes, but that is little consolation because they are expected to start their number-one hurler, Steve Arlin, against the Wolverines. Arlin is one of the finest Big Ten pitchers. The…

… promises to be a pitchers' duel, Coach Moby Bene- dict will probably counter with Bob Reed. Also a sophomore right- hander, Reed was the Wolverines' best pitcher until last weekend when he was bombed by the…

Wolverines' 2.23. Neither team has top hitting. Ohio State is ninth in the Big Ten with a .214 average while Michigan ranks sixth with .235. Thanks to the bats of Dick Schyr- er and Carl Cmejrek, however ,the…

Wolverines have the most total bases in the league at 134. The Linksters To Shoot for Top At Big Tens This weekend the Michigan linksters will be making a bid for the Big Ten championship in La- fayette, Ind…

…. Leading the Wolverines will be junior Bill Newton.Newton has compiled the top average for all Big Ten players, swinging only 73.3 strokes per game. Last year he tied for third in the conference at the meet…

… hitter is shortstop Bo Rein. He is Michigan hopes much brighter.- hittng .51 ad ha stoen a The Wolverines had little trou- hitting .351 and has stolen a ble in most of yesterday's match- third league high…

… indoor meet n March, while the Wolverines were a distant third, 21 points behind the leaders. "This is a good team," Canham_ says. "But the league is tougherh than it's ever been. Wisconsin, Michigan State…

January 07, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

…-robin tourney in which Harvard, Boston University, and Northeastern were entered besides Michigan, the Wolverines defeated Harvard 4-2 by stifling a last-period rally. Michigan was the faster and stronger team…

… until they slowed in the third period. The Wolverines let a 3-0 lead dwindle to a single goal in the final period before sophomore wingman Dan Walter bounced the puck over the goalie's glove at 18:27 to…

March 05, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

…- gan lineup that will go after the second straight Wolverine title.) By TOM ROWLAND In a shift that wrestling Coach Cliff Keen hopes will "bolster team strength," Rick Bay and Chris Stowell both moved…

… down a weight yesterday as the Wolverine matmen braced themselves for 'i the onslaught of title-grabbers at the conference tourney tomorrow and Saturday at Madison. Fending off a tough challeng- ing…

… Northwestern squad appears to be the biggest job on hand as the Wolverines go after their tenth ti- tle since Keen began his regime back in 1925. Bay, who battled in the 167- pound class all season, will move…

… into the 157 spot where he won the conference title last year as a sophomore. Stowell then moves down into the 167-pound slot in the Wolverine lineup, leaving a vacancy that Keen will fill with either…

… Columbus is his own Wolverine squad. "Wisconsin just has so many good men and such depth," Can- ham comments, "that I can't see anyone beating them except us. Right now on paper it looks as though they…

… virtue of a record-breaking leap of 6'101; In- diana's Connie Miller, who was runnerup to Holden last year and beat Densham at Yost with a jumpj of 6'9%"; and Densham. Canham also feels that Wolverine Al…

… Schmitt, defending outdoor champion, finished third last year, but Wisconsin's second man, Elmars Ezerins, has since graduated. Schmitt's teammate Er- nie Soudek was fifth last year, so the Wolverines have…

… Northwestern's Stu Marshall and Steve Martin of Wisconsin being the Wolverine junior's top challen- gers. 'Tough Luck' Stowell has a 3-3 conference rec- ord, but Keen notes that the loss- es were mostly just…

…. Lee Deitrick lost out in the fin- als of the 147-pound class last year in a thriller, 9-6, to Lonnie Rubis of Minnesota, and this time around the Wolverine junior will have to beat out undefeated Clay…

…- ton Beattie of Illinois, Northwest- ern's Ron Risner, and Iowa's Joe: Greenlee for the winner's medal. Ralph Bahna gets the Wolverine call in the lightweight class where OSU's Mike Berry and Dave Krei…

February 01, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 91) • Page Image 20

… must play the role made famous gy those scourges of the National Hockey League Boston Bruins- the role of the spoiler. Mired deep in the Western Col- legiate Hockey League standings, the Wolverines meet…

… Blue sextet then returns home for another two-day series against the Minnesota Gophers on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 and 9. Bottled Up The Wolverines, not being able to find a way to pop the cork on…

… eye toward basketball I continued checking the records. There were the years of 1901-1904 and 1937-1940 when Wolverine track men copped titles four years running. From 194-1w40 the Maize and Blue…

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