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October 27, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 27, 1978-Page 13 ii Mihian hockey. action pacihked 6 minutes, i I, * I h 1 7 { The 1978-79 Michigan hockey season has begun with the Wolverines getting off to a…

… his sixth season as the Wolverine coach, is counting onl senior Mark Miller to lead the team offensively. Along with Miller, Farrell has junior Dan Lerg and a whole host of recruits with the ability to…

… put the puck in the net. Last year, the Wolverines played many exciting games at home and they ex- pect to continue that through this season. The team will play their home games at Yost Ice Arena again…

March 14, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

…Tuesday, March 'l 4, 197 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine IT uesday, March 14, 1 972. THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Wolverines end disappointing year -Daily-Mort Noveck MICHIGAN'S HENRY WILMORE goes up…

… break, the Wolverine Cagers managed to really blow it, losing two of their three vacation contests. The two losses smashed any chance for a conference title or a post-season tournament bid. By far, the…

… most damaging de- feat was against Michigan State. The Wolverines were hovering be- hind Ohio State and Minnesota by a half games in the Big Ten Race, but couldn't come up with quite enough against the…

Wolverines took several six yr Sioux:H atingseniors, tried to explain Michigan's pathetic state in for- eign arenas. "We always seem to get behind early, and it's almost that we ex- pect to lose." Straub…

… assessed. THE ANN ARBOR LEFT- winger hit it right on the nose as the Wolverines fell behind 5-0 ; after only one period of the ser- ies at Grand Forks. It was very loose defensive play by the Wol- verines…

… with Bob Falconer scoring on a clean breakaway. In the seven minute man ad- vantage, the Wolverines could on- ly muster four shots on goal. But it must be admitted that Michi- gan was not at full…

… changed hands several times in the second half and the Wolverines held an 86-81 lead with about five minutes to go. But State outscored the Wolverines 14- 6 the rest of the way for the win. Michigan center…

… Ken Brady was taken out of the game with about eight minutes left, and he never returned. Brady was having one of his best afternoons of the sea- son, and Wolverine coach Johnny Orr's decision to keep…

Wolverines ran out to an early 11-2 lead and kept a comfortable margin through the entire first half, despite a few lapses of sloppy play. Big Ten Standings FINAL Michigan really ran the Badgers off the…

January 23, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 94) • Page Image 10

… Forks. No, the Wolverines did not win-they were edged, 9-8, in overtime. And yes, each team played its goaltender, although NoDak netminder Mel Donnelly played as if no one infor- med him that the game…

… period, North Dakota led, 5-3. The second period was without a doubt the finest 20 minutes of hockey Michigan had played this year. It began with Wolverine captain Mark Miller scoring 1:20 into the period…

… Blum with a two-minute hooking penalty. And when Blum skated to the Wolverine bench instead of the penalty box, Cotroneo added two more minutes to his total for unsportsmanlike con- duct. BUT INSTEAD of…

… firing up the Sioux, the penalty calls inspired Michigan. The Wolverines denied the Sioux the puck for most of the four minutes and even outshot them 3-1 during that time. North Dakota, frustrated at…

… into a confused and disorganized hockey team. The Wolverines took advantage of the NoDak's breakdown and tied the score on a power play goal, when an errant Sioux pass put Lerg in alone on Don- nelly…

April 20, 1979 • Page Image 43

… teams. In addition to gutting it out in the libarary, Wolverines of all shapes and sizes have been holding up the sports front as well this past week. Baseball After splitting a pair of doubleheaders last…

… weekend with Wisconsin and Minnesota, the Wolverines carried their 2-2 Big Ten record into Wednesday's home confrontation with Oakland, and emerged on the upbeat with a 6-2, 18-1 pasting of the hapless…

… Illinois and Purdue. Wolverine first sacker Tim Miller highlighted the first Blue vic- tory with a home run blast to rightfield, then followed up with four straight singles in the second game. Rick Leach…

… weather have saw to it that the Wolverines still have a ways to go before they can consider themselves shoeins to repeat as Big Ten titleists. "We haven't improved to the degree we need to be a contender…

… Osler are also undefeated in doubles action. The Wolverines next battle Northwestern today at 2:30 p.m. with once-beaten Wisconsin coming into town tomorrow for a 1 p.m. contest.softball The early part of…

… this week wasn't the greatest so far as Gloria Soluk's softball contingent was concerned, as the Wolverines split a pair with Jackson Community College on Monday and then were swept by Central Michigan…

… for the day at the plate, including three triples, while Amy Ames made her presence known by going five for eight in the twinbill. Central Michigan proved ungracious hosts, handing the Wolverines a 5…

Wolverines' team output in will transfer to the University of competitive meets. Washington this fall, Forrestel will have to pay a price for Although Forrestel was the first her transfer, however. Under…

… gymnast to officially depart the squad, Association of Intercollegiate Athletics several other Wolverine tumblers have for Women (AIAW) rules, she will have Mich ey may no compete for to compete without a…

May 19, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… singles and three doubles events. The Wolverines totaled 108 points going into today's semifinals to 75 for runner-up Iowa. Golf: Putters chipped WEST LAFAYETTE-Minnesota's John Harris matchd par for 36…

… rack and field meet. Indiana led the. qualifying in seven trials, advancing 11 men into today's finals program at Minnesota's new Bierman Field complex track. Though only qualifying seven, the Wolverines

September 09, 1971 • Page Image 44

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9 1971 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1971 I II hitless, but. foes do worse . Yet the Wolverines still had a good team…

… 68%. Almost lost in the shuffle was basketball captain Dan Fife, whobwas regarded good enough to be drafted in the second round by the Detroit Tigers. The Wolverines entered Big Ten play hopeful, with…

… more than Burton against Wisconsin, the first no-hitter by any Wolverine since records started being kept and only the eighth ever in the Big Ten. Michigan also took the night- cap, and then won one with…

…. Had the game gone on and Michigan won, second place would have been won all alone. The Wolverines still could have had the runnerup spot all' to themselves, but they split the next day with Purdue when…

… place- Ann Arbor. It has almost become taken for granted that Michigan will splash home each year in the Hoosier's wake. The past eleven years tell the story. Each time the Wolverines could not muster the…

January 05, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 79) • Page Image 15

… that we've all returned from the four winds and resettled in Ann Arbor. Unfortunately, most of the news is pretty bad. JUST BEFORE the vacation started, the Wolverines skated to a two-game sweep over…

… them 5-4 in the opening round. That's right, Ohio State. The same Central Collegiate Hockey Association team which has never come close to beating the Wolverines in four previous attempts. But now, the…

… BRAD BENJAMIN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA tailback Charles White falls for yardage in Rose Bowl action Monday as three additional Wolverine defenders rush in for a gang tackle. White's 99 yards led the Trojans…

February 25, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 25, 1971 ~ Page Eig t T E MI HIG N D ILY hur day Feb uar 25 19 Wolverine tankers _. ready 1 ut t EI lunch "nort novek Don't take unnecessary…

… in By RANDY PHILLIPS The 1971 swimming dual meet season ended quite similarly for the Wolverines as the 1970 cam- paign. Michigan went 10-1 for the year, placed second to Indiana in the Big Ten…

… that the Wolverine Tankers can hold off main challenger Ohio State, despite a dual meet win over them. It appears that the Buckeyes will present the most formidable opposition to Michigan; but how can…

… that be after last week's humiliation of the Bucks 74-49? Wolverine Coach Gus Stager gave his reasons before the OSU meet, "We know we can win the dual meet, but we're concerned about them (OSU) at the…

…, it is Ohio State. Two years ago Michigan went into Columbus - that nasty place - to take on the Bucks in a dual meet. It appeared to be . a sure win for the Wolverines- at least on paper. But an extra…

… the Wolverine's strong points all season long. Stager is counting on the diving events for some needed points. In preparation for the Big Tens, Billboard Saturday's basketball game between Michigan and…

May 13, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…Tuesday, May 13, 1975 THE MICI Batsmen visit ;HIGAN DAILY Page Eleven HIGAN DAILY Page Eleven By BILL CRANE The Michigan Wolverine bats- men (9-3) are perched in first place in the Big Ten race…

… going into the season's last weekend, but they shouldn't feel too con- fident. Yes, the Wolverines continued their hot play on the road by winning three out of four games this weekend from Indiana and…

… third place in the last four years. Last year was particular- ly frustrating. The Wolverines were rained out of the final two doubleheaders. Rained-out games aren't rescheduled in the league. So, there…

… visited Ann Ar- bor earlier this season. At Ray Fisher Stadium, the BG's shut Michigan out 4-0 in the first game of a twinbill and the Wolverines' only saved them- selves from being double-dipped by…

… outlasting the Greenies 5-4 in 10 innings in the nightcap. Since then however, Mich- igan has won 11 and dropped but three. Perhaps the big test for the Wolverine title drive will be today's games in Ohio…

… Freehan Dave Brown. Hackney co Wolverines they have h years. He is clip. But if Bo Michigan as it did earlie will have a the critical f As the le, Michigan Sta in the Big T and the Sp series with T and…

February 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 - , - - - - a olMdmWlN Indiana Green BY GEORGE! George Hastings - Those gutty Wolverines: down but not…

Wolverines have not seen it played against them this year. -The Hoosiers are now in command of the Big Ten. Sure, Indiana had a lot of things going for them. The Hoosiers had their sparkling Assembly Hall…

… Michigan in the biggest game yet of the Big Ten season. Steve Green was utterly fantastic, running around and shooting over the parade of Wolverine defenders who made attempts to cover him, in a performance…

… statistics were undistinguished, and Indiana coach Bob Knight did not bother to bring him off the bench even once in the first game against the Wolverines. But yesterday, Benson was everything Knight had…

…. Of course, Indiana was not the only team on the court at Bloomington. The Wolverines did not go down without a fight, and not without a few bad breaks. A pair of missed layups and a foolish offensive…

… visiting squad to make up in Assembly Hall. Still, the gutty Michigan team did not lose its poise, and when the Wolverines crawled back to within four points visions of yet aonther Maize and Blue miracle…

… materialized. But stripped of their play-making guard, and with no-one capable of slowing down Green or Benson, the Wolverines were just not about to win this game. Orr was gracious and dignified in defeat…

…. Unlike many times last year, his squad had been beaten by a better team, not by its own poor attitude. Even though the Hoosiers seem to have a wide inside track to the Big Ten title, the Wolverines are not…

… more of a long shot than was the chance back in October that this Wolverine team would be 16-4 on Feb. 17. folds (Continued from Page 1) in the game was costly as play- making guard Joe Johnson was lt…

… for Michigan to catch up, and the Wolverines just didn't have any left. The Hoosiers ran off eight straight points to take a 73-57 lead and, for all prac- tical purposes, bury the depleted Wolverines

May 09, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

… four conference clouts. er, stood on the mound, watched his The Wolverines, currently 6-2, are sec- Since the term break, the Wolverines teammates commit five errors and went and in the Big Ten behind…

… Michigan have won seven games and dropped only down to defeat 4-1. The turnaround was State, now 6-1. If the Wolverines can con- one. They were on a six-game winning complete. tinue winning on the road, the…

… eight homers and the figure short end of a 4-0 score and on top of and Iowa are 9-4 and 7-3 respective- he'll be trying to crack is ten. that, it was Wolverine ace Chuck ly. Wisconsin checks in with a 9…

…-5 Bill Freehan of the Detroit Tigers Rogers who was defeated. record. and former Wolverine slugger Dave However the Wolverines countered with If either the Spartans or the Wolver- SPARTAN INVITATIONAL…

… LOOMS series ines falter, those three teams are close enough to beat State or the Wolverines to first. Minnesota and Iowa match up against two weak foes in the last weekend of the season, May 16 and 17…

…-2, .600; 5 Tied with-. North- Saturday morning's round that ourna- really did the Blue golfers in. s uni- The result-a 400 plus score verines for five men which plunged the 0th out Wolverines from sixth to…

February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'s great series sweep of Michigan Tech last week was a great show, but can the Wolverines follow it when rival Colorado College hits town this weekend? Anyone who saw the Wolverines play last weekend would…

…- been doing for the Wolverines th ers have found the going tough season. The outspoken sophomor against the Wolverines, who have center is the leading scorer fc the size and strength to handle Michigan…

… the playoffs, the W feels that Colorado may have a bit verines are fortunate that the more speed than the Wolverine: icers. But he also feels that he has a definite physical edge, and after Gary Kardos…

… Minnesota - Duluth. he Coming off last weekend, though, ee the Wolverines have to feel that ol- they can beat anyone. All they ey have to do is prove it. Minnesota Manrn men One area where Michigan's in- 1…

… coach Jeff Sauer knew very little of the Wolverines' individual players, but Moore was an excep- tion. Sauer considers him out- standing. . : i 1 , : .; fl ,(. ( . . i ! , i By BILL CRANE The Michigan…

…- night and offers little or no com- petition for the Wolverines. Mich- igan Coach Gus Stager says, "This may be the worst Minne- sota team in vear meets as decision - making events where diving coach Dick…

… Kimball and I have to limit our squad and decide what will be best for the team," Stager said seriously. Tomorrow the Wolverines do face some tough competition in a hot Ohio State team. The Buck- eyes are…

… Jim Nahrgang (2) in last Saturday's 4-3 Wolverine victory. Tech goalie Jim Warden (hidden) smothered the puck, thwarting Fal- coner and his teammates on this offensive thrust. This weekend the…

February 03, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

…. The Number One ranked Hawkeyes blew the Wolverine grapplers out, 32-12 last night at Crisler Arena. Gra ppl ers p inned By BOB EMORY' Special to The Daily HOUGHTON - The theme for this year's Winter…

… Carnival at Michigan Tech has to do with movies, and the Huskies' hockey team got in on the spirit of things last night by adding a Hollywood touch of their own, beating the Wolverines in overtime, 5…

… College in the battle for fifth place in the WCHA stan- dings. For the Wolverines, it was another disappointing loss in a game they had several chances to win. John Olver had taken a pass from Dan Lerg in…

… a loose puck before Rockwell smothered it. Merkosky's winning score came after Wolverines defenseman John Waymann was whistled off for a holding call at 7:44 of the overtime period. "I didn't see the…

… complained about it when they were here last weekend, but nothing seems to-get done about it." The two teams meet for a rematch this afternoon due to the Winter Car- nival. By PETER LEININGER Wolverine

… himself out.. . he just had no gas at the end of the match." THE HAWKEYES jumped out of the gate, taking the first six matches, and ran up a 30-2 lead over the Wolverines. The first three matches of the…

… night were decided by pins. "I thought we looked super until 158," stated Gable. "We don't have one starter from last year until 167," said Bahr. "They're (Iowa) an experienced group." The Wolverines

January 08, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 81) • Page Image 10

… at Tigers trounced 5-5 for the season and 1-1 in the Overcoming an eight point Big Ten. After losing their games halftime deficit the Wolverine to Duke and Utah the Wolverines cagers won their second…

… half and hit for 15 game played December 10 at the points in the period. Michigan events building. employed a pressing defense in The Wolverines could not over- the period which the Tigers come ice cold…

… the Wolverines defeated the Northwestern Wild-F Utah triumphant i cats 96-92 on Jan. 3. In addition Despite Rudy Tomjanovich's 42 to being Michigan's first Big Ten Ipoint effort the Wolverines

… Michigan outscored fight. the Buckeyes 49-26 the contest The Wolverines pretty much was in sharp contrast to a gruel- settled the first question with four ing hard-checking struggle be- goals in the first…

… period. tween Wisconsin and Minnesota. The second question stemmed The Wolverines were, to say the from the somewhat questionable least, sloppy in their opening cic- officiating. The contest had been tory…

…. marred by numerous scuffles and Buckey Straub and Michel skirmishes throughout and it was Jarry starred for the Wolverines, not until all but 25 seconds re. each netting two goals. The game, mained in the…

… champions demolished Ohio stick high, and was rewarded for State 21-0. his efforts when Rick Yurick Wolverine coach Al Renfrew cracked a stick that broke his noted that, "It was a tough game helmet and sent…

…. Louis In- The Wolverines were down 5-1 vitational with Wisconsin, Yale in the second period, but surged and Brown once again sloppily back to down-one when Dave Per- and ended up with a split losing rin…

… tallied on a wrist shot with 12 to Wisconsin 5-3, while beating minutes in the third period. Yale 6-3. A shot by Mickey Shaw that The Wolverines ended the holi- caroomed off the post could have days with a…

… split at North Dakota tied it up with two minutes re- 9-2 and 5-1. maining and the Wolverines kept Renfrew summed up the vaca- the puck inside the blue line until tion period noting, "We hadn't the end…

May 02, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

… sweep Wolverine nine right, scoring Miklosi from first and from nine Michigan batters that sealed the five innings he worked. But tt By BOB EMORY giving the Broncos their fifth con- the Wolverines' fate…

… runs it needed in wl epthd egambaeball tam rght os h The Wolverines made a serious bid to the first inning on a.single by Miklosi Aed if hes igan baseball team right off. tie the game in their half of…

… twinbill d (estern Michigan baseball team Schneider, the third Bronco pitcher. Af- first three innings, pitched perfect Benedict replied, "Naw, I did urns the Wolverines off, because ter Jim Paciorek doubled…

… first game mg both games of adouble-header through the seventh inning, bounced out last four innings of mound duty for the The Wolverines next take to th Broncos 2-1 and 4-0 at Fisher to first to end the…

… this past March. The two losses also gave the Wolverines a 6-9 record (15-11 overall) against nin-Big Ten teams and naturally, Benedict wasn't too pleased in the locker room after- wards. "We just got…

… ronhecodicoy unlikely at first, as the Wolverines were, Broncos' victory cruising alog with a 1-0 lead on the strength of Steve Wagner's off-speed pitching and Rick Leach's second home run of the year, a line…

December 01, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

…McGEE, HUBBARD, AND BODNAR PACE ATTACK: Wolverines BY GARY KICINSKI The old adage that "good things come in threes" was never more apparent than at Crisler Arena last night, as the Michigan…

Wolverines rode the scoring touches of three players in conquering Central Michigan, 87-78, in the opening game of the season. Relying almost entirely on the out- side shooting of forward Mike McGee, guard…

… has one thing on his mind, assist, as he looks to pass off in last night's action at Crisler Arena.-The playmaking freshman from Detroit Mackenzie ran the Wolverine offense along with smooth…

…-shooting sophomore guard Marty Bodnar for the majority of the Wolverines 87-78 opening game victory over Central Michigan. The Wolverines next must tangle with Alabama at Crisler on Saturday. Hawks nip Knicks SCORES…

June 06, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 24) • Page Image 15

Wolverines would need a liberal dose of good for- tune as well as some top notch perfor- mances on the track in order to finish among the top ten at last weekend's NCAA Outdoor Championships. THE WAY things…

… turned out at the three-day extravaganza in Eugene, Ore., the Wolverines' luck was all bad, and their performances weren't much better. With a disappointing total of four points, Harvey's 11-man contingent…

February 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 110) • Page Image 8

… excellent job considering that she By ALAN FANGER of the season. between sessions, several Wolverines, hadn't worked out in ten days," Ponto The twok team dominance of the most notably Flom and Forrestel…

…, scoring 131.90 points to the Ilitni's 131.10. The Wolverines. meet overshadowed fine performances by Wolverine all-arounders Sara Flom, Colleen Forrestel, and Mia Axon. The tumblers slipped up on the bars…

… periods of their WCHA game last night. The Wolverines trailed after the first period, 2-1, with Doug Todd gathering the goal. But Mark Miller and Bill Wheeler tallied at 40 seconds and 10:02 respectively to…

… be rat your College iFebruary 14, 1979 WOLVERINE GOAL: QUALIFYRELAYERS Thinclads trek to Spartan Relays By STAN BRADBURY Michigan's men's track team takes to the road again today as they travel to…

…. ASSISTANT TRACK Coach Ron Warhurst said Michigan is placing most emphasis on relays in this meet. The Wolverines will be sending competitive teams to the line in each relay but, "only a few really good people…

…." Warhurst said that the tracksters also hope to qualify a mile relay team for the NCAA's at today's meet. He ad- ded that next weekend at the Central Collegiate Championship the Wolverines are going to load…

… up in the distance medley relay and would probably qualify. THE WOLVERINES are already represented in three events at the NCAA's. Mike Lattany is in the high jump, Tim Thomas is in the half mile, and…

… by PAM MARKS MICHIGAN'S BRIAN LUNDBERG (3) passes off to his teammates in a game against Denver way back in November when Michigan split the Ann Arbor series. The Wolverines and the Pioneers tangled in…

May 18, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 12) • Page Image 20

…Page 20-Thursday, May 20, 1978-The Michigan Daily MICHIGAN LOSES 4-2, 8-3 Tartrtopple Blue W e e k e n d feasted on Wolverine pitching for eight th, sixth and seventh, but each time a r , W…

… weekend," asserted in a ton," said Blue coach Moby Benedict. Benedict, referring to the Wolverines' "Wayne State just turned 'em into championship-deciding home-and- double plays, and that's the secret of…

… home series with Michigan State this the game of baseball." weekend. "Wayne State came in here s t While the Wolverines were busy very fired up and I felt our pitching was By GEOFF LARCOM choking off…

… their own potential rallies, a little disappointing today." the Tartars were piling up a seven-zip Two Wolverines who failed to disap- The Michigan baseball team, a fifth inning lead, capped off by Gary…

… single runs in the fif- For the Tartars, it was an afternoon field with the high flying Wolverines, the Detroiters soon found themselves in control of the opener as they singled four times in the second to…

… lead to 3-0. But Michigan rightfielder Mike Parker soon returned the favor with a towering two run shot in the Wolverines' half of the inning. For more sports, see pages 18-19 That was all the Wolverines

… single by shor- tstop Doug Fowler. With the final Wolverine putout, an ectatic Delapaz hugged his mates as they celebrated the surprise win. The second course turned out even IT MAY APPEAR he missed the…

… his infield mates engineered five double plays in the game, helping the Tartars bill. Wayne State won the first game, 4-2. twice to savor as they lifted their overall record to 27-16. The Wolverines

February 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

… numerous The Wolverine men's omdoor track Tim Thomas, the Wolverines' top half track clubs and unattached perfor- team appeared in fine form yesterday miler, also took honors in his specialty mers. m the…

Wolverine Invitational several with a time of 1:51.9. Thomas surged to The Wolverine squad looked par- performers took firsts the e opening the lead early in the race and withstood ticularly strong in the…

… of W om en w n preliminaries. 4:05.8. He also said that next year all The final Wolverine victory in the fir- preliminaries would be run in the early st six events was recorded by the shut- first ever…

… time, 3:59.31. -. MICHIGAN WAS especially strong in the relays, winning all three: the 440-yard in 50.88 seconds, the 880-yard in 1: 50.68, and the mile 5 Individual Wolverine winners were Yy . Marianne…

… the 60- h . yard dash in 7.02 seconds and Rene Turner in the 60-yard hurdles with a time of 8.36 seconds. Coming up on the Wolverine ~~~~~~~~~~~~..schedue.i............... in…

… during action at the Wolverine Invitational last night. last year's eighth-place finish. ,-WOL(ERINES SECOND INS TA TE: ti r} i? t d s n n e n Y 0 D y t f i f The Michigan Daily-Saturday, February 24…

… Rudy Varvari inside, as the Bulldogs decimated the Wolverines, 12- 3 in front of a home crowd of 5,436 last night at Duluth Arena. Nothing could stop the Bulldogs as they teared the Wolverines apart in…

February 02, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

… in his arsenal that would have been better off left at home. For the first time this year, his Michigan Wolverines opened with a zone defense. The Wolverines also unleashed a three-guard lineup con…

…- sisting of Steve Grote, Dave Baxter and Joe Johnson at the end of yesterday's first half. The Wolverines, who have had to overcome a height dis- advantage all year, went right to a zone in the first minutes…

…, blistered the Wolverine defenses with excellent perimeter bombing. The junior guard, subpar in the last few games, explained' the drastic' changes he's made to crack his slump. "I've tried a lot of things to…

… their counterparts 33-16. Lack of height and rebounding strength has plagued the Wolverines all season, proving fatal against Indiana, Minne- sota, and now Purdue. If Michigan is to have any chance for a…

… LAFAYETTE - Bruce Parkinson broke a season-long scoring slump and sophomore forward Gerald Thomas came off the bench to dominate the boards, as the Purdue Boiler- makers sped past the Michigan Wolverines 75…

… mononucleosis, grab- bed a game high nine rebounds and chipped in 12 points. Hoping to contain their tall- er foes, the Wolverines opened the game in a 1-2-2 zone de- fense. But in the early go- ing, the caroms…

…-63. With the momentum flowing to Mich- With five mnutes gone, the strategy would enable the Boil- igan, Purdue wisely called Wolverines held a 14-11 lead, ers to blow Michigan out of time out. but in the…

… thought we The Wolverines could not igan rebounded, and on the re- played better in the second half match Purdue's 50 per cent first turn Johnson again drove the except for the first five min- half shooting…

…-rebounded M .*.. ... .. ...:............... Michigan 21-10, with Thomas, center John Garrett, and for- i wards W a l t e r Jordan and 1 der IWayne Walls decisively out- m ling their Wolverine coun- terparts. n…

…. ne other split this weekend as Minnesota-Duluth defeated tor d ae three-guard fese. Coach Dan Farrell's dekers last night 3-2. The Wolverines Orr said he made the move to add quickness, since the best…

January 08, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 81) • Page Image 7

…'S WRESTLERS surprised no one with their strong performances during semester break. The Wolverines placed second at the Midlands Invitational last month behind powerful Oklahoma State, and were deprived of the…

…, with a 36-5 mauling of Ohio State. Wolverine pins were tallied by a recuperated Brown, unorthodox 177- pounder Rob Huizenga, and Ernst, who had to overcome a recurrence of his ankle injury to crush…

Wolverines faced Southern Illinois in a non-conference meet. The Wolverines won handily-perhaps, as swimmer Stu Issac kidded, "because the Salukis had just returned from Hawaii and didn't seem to be in much…

… Ohio State squad. The Wolverines defeated the Buckeyes by a score of 157.95 to 152. Michigan opens its home season this weekend Jan. 11-12 with the annual Big Ten Invitational. (For full details see…

Wolverines won the ball game de- spite a seemingly hopeless 15-point halftime deficit, some serious foul trouble, and . a trio of referees whose black-and-white jerseys con- stantly displayed a yellow streak…

… the likes of Hoosieri Coach Bobby Knight and "The Wizard of Westwood" him3elf, lJohnny Wooden. The Wolverines' 1973-74 campaign was once written off as a mediocrej afterthought. Now, talk of a Big Ten…

… baskebtball. What the Wolverines do is give 40 min- utes of basketball, 40 minutes of, hustling, clawing scrappy basket- ball. Orr was asked after the game Saturday if he thought this year's team was more…

… aggressive than his 1972-73 cage model. "You've got to be kidding," laughed Michigan's hardcourt director. "We're 250 thousand percent more aggressive this year!" And aggressive the Wolverines were against…

…, while center C.J. Kupec gen- erally stood around as freshman guard Steve Grote coughed up the ball an incredible eight times. But post-intermission play wrote another story for the Wolverines. "We just…

… entangle with Bill Musselman's Golden Gophers. And as Orr says, "That won't be any prize." The Wolverines did capture one prize as the AP decided to award an 18th ranking to Orr's charges. It's still early…

February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…/, I1 9/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Wolverines stagger past W ildcats, 82-81 I r The best laid schemes .. . gang aglee By AL SHACKELFORD Northwestern's domesticated Wildcats might have…

… shuffle amidst Michigan's numerous bumbles. The Wolverines were leading the Wildcats 67-49 with 9:30 left, but came apart at the seams and were outscored 32-15 the rest of the way. Michigan's downhill slide…

… from close in. Sibley put a kink in Michigan's offense by pressuring Dan Fife so that the Wolverine guard had trouble getting the ball to Henry 4 Wilmore, the offensive whirlwind. Dominating play at both…

… that Michigan is getting the traditional "front-runner headache." "The reason we weren't smooth today is the 6-0," commented Orr. In other words, everyone is gunning for the Wolverines and the Wolverines

…. Orr was not pleased at his squad's lack of aggressiveness against Northwestern (Michi- gan was outrbounded 4843) and indicated that the Wolverines were la little too loose before the game. "The players…

… may be the answer to Michigan's third-guard problem. Still, as Orr commented, "any win is a good one." Yester- day's cliffhanger put the Wolverines at 6-0 in the Big Ten and, coupled with Purdue's 85…

…-81 conquest of dangerous Indiana, make them look more and more like the real thing. Every week those dreams of seeing the Wolverines in the NCAA Tournament come March get harder to put down. Hoosiers knock off…

Wolverine center Ken Brady. Michigan seemed to have an easy victory in hand after an ear- ly second half spurt built the Wolverines' lead up to 67-49 with' 9:45 remaining. But then things changed. Orr…

… Brady was playing with four fouls. The Wolverines came back to SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: AL SHACKELFORD life and held the lead by no fewer than six points until Crandall moved Northwestern to within…

March 03, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 121) • Page Image 7

… winning all three is a must to gaining even a tie for the Big Ten crown. Currently, the Wolverines with an 8-3 record, stand in third place, a half game behind the co- leaders, Ohio State and Minne- sota…

…--Sara Krulwichl Lockard jams the boards OSU SECOND: Tankers place third in prelims 8y'CHUCK BLOOM home in second place. Special To The Daily The Wolverines captured ninth EAST LANSING-Following lastEeleventh, and…

… night, the 400-yard medley squad t was barely "touched out" for first place. The Wolverine team of eChris Hansen, Byron MacDonald, rStu Isaac, and Aranha toured the pool in a swift 3:30.84, just .28 of a…

… second slower than the Hoos- iers. The outstanding time for the Wolverines was due mainly to Ar- anha's split of :46.6. Aranha has been constantly improving and should do well Saturday evening in the 100…

… large point spread over the Wolverines. Tonight things should improve for Michigan. Isaac will gofor the 100-yard breaststroke title, while Mas Donald will swim in the 200 yard butterfly. Saturday night…

… capable of winning all of them," he says. Despite the Wolverines tough 79-75 loss at Indiana Tuesday night, he feels that his team is currently play- ing some of its best basketball of the year. Michigan…

… the Spar- tans' 4-7 Big Ten and 11-10 ov- erall records, but the Wolverines are counting on a hard struggle anyway. "They'll probably play their best game of the year Sat- urday," Orr speculated, noting…

…. He does most of his scoring on outside shooting. The other man who could hurt the Wolverines is Bill Kilgore, the Spartans' 6-7 center. The big pivotman is ore of the confer- ence's premier rebounders…

…, but again are not likely to be won without strong Wolverine performances. Needless to say, upsets have been quite common in the Big Ten this year. For Wisconsin, which has been coming on strong lately…

January 11, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… and its record crowd of 14,063 with an 80-74 win over Michigan, yester- day. Despite holding 14-point leads in both halves, Indiana did not clinch the win until the final minute. In fact, the Wolverines

… had ample opportunity to pull off the upset. Down 68-54, Michigan trimmed the Hoosier lead to 74-70, and regained possession following a traveling violation on Quinn Buckner. The Wolverines brought the…

…. However, both Britt and his counterpart at forward, John Rob- inson, never got involved in the Wolverine offense. Combined Britt and Robinson had ten points and only three rebounds. Grote scored 13 points…

… in running its offensive patterns. The Wolverines were credited with only 16 assists, their lowest total of the season, as the Hoosiers kept Rickey Green and Grote from getting the ball to the forwards…

…. The Wolverines' offensive attack consisted almost entirely of Hubbard working against Benson with Green occasionally going one-on-one versus Buckner or Bob Wilkerson. Michigan fared poorly on the boards…

… .Hubbard's four first half fouls forced the Wolverines into a zone defense for the first time this season. The lack of preparation may have hurt them. Indiana has had trouble with zone defenses in past games…

…. reach was Hubbard's shooting. fainted."IT CERTAINLY didn't seem The freshman center, playing Benson scored 18 in the first to be, but the Wolverines didn't with four fouls, scored 15 of half on 9 of 10…

…, but only Britt's defense that half and 23 for the game. offensive game of the year. and Rickey Green were up to The Wolverines got the ball to "I just felt good and the shots par.tGreen scored 18 points…

January 24, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

…ip Sunday, January 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pnge Nine Sunday, January24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paoe Nine o wolverines rally past Wildcats, 97-87 Wilmore lifts cagers from 12 pont…

… deficit By MORT NOVECK Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan had more trouble with North- western than they expected, but the Wolverines rallied from a seven point halftime deficit to defeat the Wildcats…

… 20, but in between we were bad," said an unhappy Wolverine coach Al! Renfrew after the game. Michigan has now lost three in a row. Indeed in those first 10 minutes it appeared Michigan would blow the…

February 18, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

…, the Wolverines put on a good performance and Michigan Coach Johnny Orr went right to the heart of the matter when said, "We hustled out there all the way, which is something we haven't done in the last…

… couple of games." THE WOLVERINES needed that hustle, too, as their big man, Rudy Tomjanovich, had another off night. Tomjanovich, who was dogged by the Rockets' 6-3 forward Mike Murnen when he went outside…

… said, "but we thought we could do a better job on the other guys." Far more important than their scoring, however, was the way Fife and Henry keyed the Wolverine fast break. Quickness was again part of…

… the Wolverines game, and the Wolverine guards can take a large part of the credit for putting the speed back into the Wolverines game. "They got the ball down the court a lot quicker than they have in…

… Henry did their job on defense, too. The Wolverines came out in a full court press for much of the second half, and Fife and Henry spearheaded that press. The two guards were largely responsible for the…

… poise out there and that hurt us." Orr also credited the Wolverines' press, which took the form of both a, zone and a man to man, as being instrumental in the game. EVEN WHEN the Rockets broke the press…

…, the Wolverines backcourt duo were back there on defense. "Henry did a great job cutting off the baseline drive," Orr noted. And Fife, for his part, ripped off eight rebounds, second highest on the team…

…, with all but two coming off the defensive board. But the two guards shouldn't get all the credit for the Wol- verines' effort on defense. The Wolverines turned in their best defensive effort of the…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…Page 28-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Doily 'M' nine thrown into. World Series NW U U E r t WE m - NoW : w y IfU Pitchers propel Wolverines to 3rd league title in four years By JAMIE…

… TURNER The 1978 edition of the Michigan baseball team did not have either outstanding talent at many positions, nor significant depth past the front liners. Nevertheless, the Wolverines were able to mold…

… result, Leach ended the season with a .404 mark, shattering former Wolverine Bill Freehan's record for hits in a season (56) with 61. Of the other members of the Wolverine lineup, only cat- cher Jim…

Wolverines got hot. And did they ever. Michigan's starting staff of Steve Howe, Craig McGin- nis, Tom'Owens, Steve Perry and Bill Stennett along with reliever Mark Clinton choked off enemy bats day after day…

…. Until the final two games against Southern California (10 earned runs) and North Carolina (7 earned runs) in the NCAA's, the Wolverine hurlers had an ERA of under 3.00. Leading the way in every pitching…

Wolverines advanced to the World Series where they won once before dropping two straight; first to the eventual champion Trojans and then to the Tarheels. Once again, Howe was a focal point, defeating Baylor…

May 23, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 15) • Page Image 16

… Michigan State Spartans. The 3-0 whitewash gave Michigan a 13-3 con- ference record and its third Big Ten title in the last four years. The Wolverines (26-15) now move into the NCAA Mideast Regional, which…

… will be played right here in Ann Arbor at Fisher Stadium. In a double- elimination tounament to run through the weekend, the Wolverines will host Texas A&M (37-14) at 4 p.m. on Friday, following the…

… went out there and threw goose eggs at a good-hitting Spartan team." By BOB MILLER The Big Ten has its own tennis ver- sion of the Montreal Canadiens-namely the Michigan Wolverines. AP Photo Wolverine

… high jumper Mike Lattany clears the bar set at 7-24, enabling Mich- igan to win its 26th Big Ten Outdoor Track title last Saturday. The meet came down to the final event with the Wolverines and Indiana…

Wolverines In- doors, finished second with 127 points and Wisconsin trailed with 90 points., The first day saw Michigan qualify for 15 events, but carry only 12 points from the three early finals. Indiana led…

… aided the Wolverines' cause. Jim Stokes seta new meet record in the pole vault, by two inches with a height of 610". The 440-yard relay squad of Doug Hennigar, Charles Crouther, Arnett Chisholm and James…

… tennis tourney at West Lafayet- te with a convincing margin over Wisconsin to capture the school's 11th straight title and the 20th in 24 years. And for the first time in a long time, the Wolverines had…

… and two doubles teams won titles for the Wolverines, with Jeff Etterbeek and Matt Horwitch picking up honors in both. Etterbeek defeated Wisconsin's Jeff Barr, 7-5, 6-0 to regain the crown at number one…

… Michigan State's Mark Sandler and Steve Carter to round out -the scoring for Michigan. The Wolverines had two other entran- ts in the finals that did not fare as well. Osler dropped a 6-4, 7-6 decision to…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

Wolverines' offense, keep reading. Schembechler faced a major roadblock last spring w h e n fullbacks Ed Shuttlesworth and Bob Thornbladh as well as wing- back Clint Haslerig graduated. Bo knew he had to find…

… tailback job. SPRINKLE in a dash of Franklin's magic and Michigan should have its most explosive offense since the '71 crew, may- be. Why the pessimism? Because, experience-wise the Wolverines' offensive…

… last year as did Chap- man two years ago when he played split end, and it is a reasonable assumption t h a t this pair will get the call on most Wolverine aerial adven- tures. DenBoer has primarily been…

… -A next spring. Sophs Jerry Vogele and Phil Andrews possess the kind of piledriving power that made See 'M' OFFENSE, Page 12 New Wolverine wingback Gil Chapman eludes pursuer HOW MANY SHUTOUTS? Defese…

… De Weg 711 North Univ.-Ph. NO 8-6915 902 S. State-Ph. NO 8-7269 ; the 1973 Wolverines were as stingy as ever, giving up no more than 13 points in any game. Moeller's 1974 crew could be just as good or…

December 11, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 79) • Page Image 10

… Association last year, the Michigan Wolverines' performance so far in the 1973-74 campaign has been a minor miracle. Already the Wolverines have won more total games, captured more home games and equalled last…

…) Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN MICHIGAN'S ANGIE MORETTO (7) prepares himself for an at- tempted tip-in during Michigan's 6-4 victorv over Notre Dame Fri- day night. Wolverines Gordie Cullen (27) and Don Dufek…

… were robbed," was all Far- Wolverine defensive zone. But Far- rell could say. He didn't have to rell assured, "With a little more say any more; even the State fans experience, they won't make those knew…

… Church) 761-WISE again TIES EEKEND the Wolverines will play away and home against Bowling Green, and Farrell plans to is- a lot of new faces. Gary Morrisoa, Doug Lindskog, Pete lDunbar, Julian Nixon, and…

Wolverines' most formidable op- position. MICHIGAN RETURNS to the t WCHA wars for its final vacation action with a trip to traditionally tough Denver. Though the Pioneers z have had their troubles, mired in…

… the lower regions of the league a standings most of the season, Far- rell is wary. "They're in a re- building program, and they always come on the second half of the year," he reminded. The Wolverines

May 31, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 20) • Page Image 16

… champion- ship. After three convincing wins in the NCAA Mideast Regional held here last weekend, the Michigan baseball team is headed for Omaha, Neb. for the 1978 College World Series. The Wolverines, who…

… Tom Owens. Michigan and A&M had advanced to the finals in the double-elimination tourney with victories on Saturday. The Wolverines had defeated MAC con- ference champion Eastern Michigan, 6- WUOM will…

… and I'm just very, very proud of them." Benedict served as an assistant coach under Don Lund on the 1962 baseball team that won the Series and played on the team immediately following the Wolverine

…'s first appearance in 1953. This year marks the fourth straight year that Michigan has played in the NCAA's, but in the previous years the Wolverines never made it past the regionals. More sports on the…

…. John's (40-16) and Arizona State )53-10). Accordingly, the Wolverines, now 29-15, should find the going tough as they are the team with the worst record. The Series begins Friday and can run all the wayr…

…. Michigan pitching will be a key factor during the College World Series, with the Wolverines' first opponent being-Baylor Friday evening. Wolverine Averages G AB Leach....................42 139 Capoteri…

August 22, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

wolverines, the Michigan state symbol, as a sub- stitute for beef. It began in Ann Arbor, where the Uni- versity of Michigan student newspaper even quoted a state wildlife department spokesman on how…

wolverines taste. MICHIGAN IS CALLED the "wolverine state," giving many persons the idea that state is in fact inhabited by that member of the weasal family. Not true. Michigan got that nickname long ago…

… been "entirely within the proper application of the anti- trust laws." See COX, Page 10 "PEOPLE ON FARMS have been eat- ing them for years," the official reportedly "If anyone finds a wolverine," Stuwer…

May 02, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

… the championship to give the Wolverines two titles. Ohio State took top honors, with Indiana second and Michigan third. Women's Track " Field specialists Penny Neer and Debbie Williams paced the…

Wolverines to a second-place finish in a quadrangular meet at Purdue. Neer collected 15 points, while winning the discus and the shot put events, while Williams ad- ded 14 points in winning the javelin for the…

… singles, freshman Mike Leach lost his first match of the season while the Peter Osler-Jack Neinken doubles combination was the lone Wolverine winner at number three. Now 15-2 for the year and undefeated in…

… the Big Ten, Michigan battles Texas A&M at College Station today. Big Ten competition will resume with a home meet this Sunday against Ohio State. -Daily Sports WOLVERINE FRESHMAN second baseman Debbie…

April 20, 1979 • Page Image 42

… the ice. Todd; a native of Stouffville, Ontario, was recently elected captain of the 1979- 80 Wolverine hockey team. He takes over the reigns of leadership from Mark Miller, who is currently playing for…

… which sidelined him for 13 games, managed toigrab 31 points in just 23 games, placing fourth among Wolverine icers. Manning, who will be a junior next season, corralled 34 points this past season for the…

… the fleet-footed softballers in yesterday's doubleheader with Bowling Green. The Wolverines took both ends of the twinbill, 7-0 and 6-1. Hard hurling keys Blue twinbil sweep, By LEE KATTERMAN In spite…

… of clear skies, the Bowling Green softball team saw nothing but smoke during their doubleheader with Michigan yesterday. Wolverine pitching ace Theresa Gardocki hurled a one-hit shutout, her sixth win…

… batters collected seven hits off noticeably slower Falcon pitching to capture the opener. Falcon starting pitcher Lisa Shelly gave up three hits and seven walks in the first two innings and the Wolverines

…. The Wolverine hurler struck out the next Falcon, but gave up another walk to put runners on first and third with only one out. Zyjewski saved her bid for a shutout, however, by collecting her sixth and…

February 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

…, but left the floor in defeat. The Wolverine Hustle just couldn't compete with the Badger' Bounce, as Wisconsin beat Michigan 6-4. With the- game tied 4-4 at the start of the third period, defenseman Bob…

… went in front of the Wolverines 5-4. But, with Varvari off the ice and six Blue icers pressuring Wisconsin goal keeper Roy Schultz for a tying score, Badger Dave Speer shot the puck down the ice. It…

… glided into the empty Wolverine net at 19:31, thus icing the Wisconsin victory. "Schultz had a hot hand,"-com- mented Badger coach Bob Johnson. "He looked good tonight, as he did last night (in…

… period, Michigan employeddthe Wolverine Hustle, to tie the gafne up after 40 minutes of play. THE WOLVERINES wasted no time at the start of the second stanza, scoring their first goal 29 seconds into the…

May 03, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

… MONDAY-SATURDAY 9-6, jDAYEVENINGS TIL.8:30 q i bow 'M' batsmen break out of hitting slump By JAMIE TURNER The Wolverines ran into a buzzsaw When last we left the Michigan base- the next day at…

… Minneapolis as.Gopher ball team, the Wolverines were Jerry Udjur held Michigan to only three sbal teak, ther Wolveris ere hits. Unfortunatley for Udjur, all three struggling to keep their head above the were…

… committed 17 errors in the 12 hitting or solid pitching to propel them games), the Wolverines could count on into a hot streak. scoring some themselves. They got both. The Wolverine batters Bowe won four…

… against Purdue. the Wolverines struck for six markers McGinnis and Stennett each gathered in the top of the seventh to steal the two wins and Stennett was victimized in second game away 6-4. Continued on…

December 04, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 72) • Page Image 7

…- full court PRESS Baxter excels... Wokerines triumph By HENRY ENGLEHARDT Special to The Daily NEW YORK D AVE BAXTER'S butter-luscious jumpers woke up a woozy bunch of Wolverines in the second half…

… out on him which leaves someone else open. This is when we work best." The first ten minutes of the second half Michigan really was at its best. Fordham, unlike EMU, didn't let the Wolverines have their…

… 20 points, and freshman Johnny Johnson who sank 18. Johnson, the first half's only tasty Wolverine morsel, scored eleven points after he replaced Tom Staton with 12:33 left. The Wolverines stayed alive…

… missed those free throws we would have lost," Baxter said. The senior from Detroit's Lutheran West was not the only Wolverine who missed a lot of free throws. Michigan sank 19 of 37 (51%) from the charity…

…%. WHAT WAS the problem? "Lack of concentration, and like we didn't get to practice here at all," Baxter said. The Wolverines had a variety of other problems in the first half, including poor field goal…

… time," Orr added. "We let them take it to us, and in the second half we took it to them," said Baxter. Michigan came out shooting in the second half. The Wolverines closed the Rams' eight point lead to…

… turnovers." Several of those turnovers came when the Wolverines attacked with their full court press that comes after completed free throws. Fordham turned the ball over six times, and Michigan scored six…

… Ryan. Thompson sank the third point of the play, putting the Wolverines or top for good, 48-46. This play, preceded by a Baxter bucket was part of a 13-point barrage by the Wolverines. Fordham led 46…

… Periods MICHIGAN ....................... 29 Fordham............................ 37 48 - 77 25 -62 PALMER LEADS SWEEP: Wolverines wall( By PAUL CAMPBELL Rick Palmer's unofficial comeback was officia…

February 23, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

… the Wolverines' expert foul shooting minutes before that had maintained their lead. Michigan went the last five minutes and 41 seconds of the contest without a basket. But C. J. Kupec and White sank six…

… consecutive free throws to keep the Wolverines in front. Then the cagers' foul-shoot- ing touch deserted them and Northwestern rallied to within one point of the lead on Billy McKinney's jumper with 13 sec…

… through with a Debol. clutch 6-5 victory victory over But Denver capitalized on ac the Michigan Wolverines last poor Wolverine clearing pass night at Yost Ice Arena. as forward Dave RobinsonI The loss…

…- even the score 2-2 at the end of gan coach Dan Farrell to use the period. back-up goaltender Rick Palm- Then came the disastrous sec- er in place of regular Robbie ond period for the Wolverines, Moore…

… Rick Palmer, as he appeared to fan on a soft shot by Tom Zajac from outside the Michigan blue- line. Despite the large deficit, however, the Wolverines snap- ped out of their doldrums and came to life…

…. They tallied twice before the second period ended, narrowing the margin to 5-4. The Wolverines couldn't tie the game, however, largely be- cause of some very fine net- minding by Denver's Bob Lieg…

May 08, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, ay 8, 194 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wedneadoy, Moy 8, 1974 :LADS, GOLFERS LAG: Wolverine batsmen By JOHN KAHLER ' Moby Benedict, t'e Michigan baseball coach, believes that…

… good pitching will tri':mnh over good hitting. His Wolverine baseball team tested that hypo- thesis over the semester break, and had indifferent success. The Wolverines split a pair of doubleheaders on…

… hitting the cycle. Chuck Rogers went the distance to beat the Gophers. The Wolverine batsmen, who had been struggling all year, broke loose against Notre Dame, pounding out an 18-11 triumph, Neighborhood…

… that someone had stolen Michigan's road uni- forms. So the batsmen went up to MSU Monday wearing their home uniforms and over- came the weather and the Spartans, 5-4. Yesterday, the Wolverines journeyed…

February 26, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… versus the freewheeling running game that the Wolverines employ. Both teams lead the Big Ten in their chosen pursuits. Favoring a 1-3-1 zone trap among a variety of zones and traps, Minnesota's scanty 57…

… Brady, John- son and Lockard. Although not as polished as their Minnesota coun- terparts, the Wolverines are quick- er, "more willing to make things happen," as Wolverine assistant coach Fred Snowden put…

…, forcing Michigan to play the Goph- er deliberate style, then Minnesota should be in fine shape at the con- clusion of the contest. However, if the Wolverines can run and continue to gun with suc- cess, then…

… on while teammate Ken Brady -fights for the ball during the Wolverines 105-83 pasting of Illinois. Wilmore will attempt to duplicate his 31 point performance of that contest when the Wolverines take on…

… Minnesota today. IRISH ROMP: Visiting Icers fall gain -Daily-Rolfe Tessem WOLVERINE CENTER Ken Brady cans a layup in the Wolver- ines thumping of Illinois two weeks ago while Bill Morris (35) hopelessly…

… looking for-. ward to the clash of the Michigan freshman basketball team with Michigan State Monday night for some time, but the Wolverines can't afford to be looking ahead when they take on Central Michi…

…- gan today at Crisler Arena in a game preceding the Michigan- Minnesota varsity duel. The Wolverines have a perfect 10-0 record, but the CMU frosh came very close to marring it when the two teams met Feb…

… early 27.45 to 26.70 lead. But the smile on Coach Loken's face faded as MSU outscored the Wolverines by one point in the side horse. Despite Kaziny's classy 9.35 and Gura's 9.05, Michigan, as a result of…

… Marti's surprising and unfortunate 7.45, could not match State's consistency. Faced with a situation they had not encountered since Iowa, the Wolverines broke the Spartan lead with fine performances on…

… class with the Wolverines, and besides matching two of the better frosh teams in the country in a tradi- tional Michigan - Michigan St~ate rivalry, the game offers one of the state of Michigan's classic…

April 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 147) • Page Image 9

…. Three} Wolverine recruits have also indicated they will not attend Michigan "for ft gymnastic purposes" if the two coaches fail to return next winter. I just can't subject myself to that two years in a…

…, an inexperien- ced running duo, and a big question mark at quarterback. Leading the Wolverines in their passing game will be senior wingback Ralph Clayton. Clayton, a bonafide All- American candidate…

… coordinator Don Nehlen. "This year we may run our plays in with our wide receivers." Last season the Wolverines alternated their tight ends for this purpose. The ball carriers for the Blue are returning letter…

… the offense appears to be the quarterback position. With the departure of Rick Leach the Wolverines are faced with the task of finding a quarterback for the first spring in three years. "We're giving…

… time. B.J. has the edge right now. He has more experien- ce and has done well this spring," said Nehlen. IT MAY APPEAR that the Wolverines are looking to pass more next year based on the returning…

… ability to run and pass-in that order-to win," em- phasized Nehlen. This has been the familiar Wolverine battle cry, but some of the grind 'em out attitude is fading. "Anybody that plays Michigan will" have…

… passing team?" The key word for the 1979 Wolverines is speed. The Wolverines are again looking at speed over power, and with' the players available that seems to be the only choice. "Clayton, Feaster…

… washed out yesterday's season opener at Toledo. But hopefully good luck will shine the Wolverines way today for their first home game of the season. With a little help from Mr. Sun, the batsmen will face…

… the weather holds out, the Wolverines will snap a streak of 24 days sin- ce their last baseball game as they open up the northern half of their season with a doubleheader against the Toledo Rockets this…

… afternoon at Fisher Stadium. STahe two games will be the first action for Michigan since March 10th, when the Wolverines concluded their 4-4 spring trip by losing 7-1 to Florida. Southern. And since then…

March 22, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

… their injuries together, Bowling Green peaked late in' Mike Liut at 3:11. The Falcons tory, the Wolverines were mak- opening drop, I'll be alright," while we've been playing with the game, because the…

… Falcons tied the game at 7:54 on a pow- ing crisp set up passes, and the netminder said. ours " Michigan hockey coach' outscored the Wolverines 4-1 in; er play goal by Dave Easton. they accounted for goals…

… Thayer received a pass from two. Wolverine coach explained Michigan left the locker a rolling snowball, the Wolver- Dave Debol and rammed an- Michigan goalie Rick Pal- that goalies have a tendency room in…

…, the Wolverines plateau, thn the rest of the orialifier for the tourney atj were headed to Olympia. players. Olympia. The local icers "There'sno team going into (ollege Hockey All-Stars Maurer, who had…

Wolverines last national champion was Jarrett Hubbard in 1974, who also wrestled at 150 pounds. The Wolverine's other place winner, Captain Mark John- son, finished in his customary bridesmaid's role in the…

January 10, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 83) • Page Image 7

… Country to play the Michi- gan Tech Huskies at Houghton this weekend. The Wolverines -.are just two points behind Tech in the WCHA standings, and saying that the series is cru- cial is an understatement…

…. The Wolverines have played the Huskies three times this season, winning twice at home by 7-5 and 4-3 scores, and losing a cliffhanger at the Olympia in the Great Lakes Invitational Tournament by a score…

… shots and kept the Wolverines in the game. Harvard scored twice on Moore in the first two periods, but an inspired Wolverine hockey team came back in the third period to score three unanswer- ed goals…

Wolverines. All three had re- ceived 'suspensions from the NCAA and the WCHA for fight- ing in a game against Michigan State. 'U I This wee end in Sports TODAY I HOCKEY-Michigan Tech at Houghton…

… scored four goals in the third period to rout the MOORE IS regaining his All- Wolverines. Final scores: 6-1 American form, as demonstrat- and 8-3. ed in the tournament games The State series raised the and…

… into this series, saying: "We're always up for the games against Tech." As coach Farrell pointed out, his team has played too incon- sistently for him to be sure of the outcome. The Wolverines have…

… proven they can beat the best teams in the country- Harvard, Minnesota and Michi- gan Tech-and yet are sixth in the WCHA standings. The questions is this: Will the real Wolverine team please stand up…

…?" SCORES II NHL Boston 5, Vancouveri CN.Y. Islanders 3, Philadelphia 1 Los Angeles 5, Buffalo 2 NBA IBoston 108, Buffalo 100 "1 V. TOKJ U A I- .RV/ 1 I J i ASIDE from tournament play, r the Wolverines have…

February 13, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… MICHAEL OLIN Auburn Hills Junior College trucked their ol' Nike selves into Crisler Arena yesterday only to be blasted far into outer space by the Wolverine Freshmen, 125-69. The Nikes, members of the…

… fuse while hardly work- ing up a good sweat. Wolverine Coach Dick Honig commented, "We talked about it before the game, and pretty much knew we were going to beat them." The contest marked the 1lth…

… victory for the baby maplemen without a defeat, and was also their fifth straight hundred point' showing. The squad has now won more games than any other Fresh- man team in Michigan history. The Wolverines

…- Wolf proceeded to illustrate that ed to the basket for the fiPs even Wolverine substitutes were rocket burn of the afternoon. Hw- much for over-matched Auburn too mc o vrmthdAbr ever, there was no…

… afterburn as Hills. On his first chance to go the Wolverines came back to reel to off five straight buckets (two by jt he boards, he pulled down Ash-3 forward Dough Asworts to m y worth's errant shot, hooped…

March 10, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 128) • Page Image 7

…OWednesday, March 10, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'Page Seven WWednesday, March 10, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven G /t9 ldl cagers trip Iowa; osU wins 91-75 Wolverines squeak by as…

… Wilmore scores 35 By AL SHACKELFORD } Special To The Daily IOWA CITY-Dan Fife con- verted a pair of free throws with four seconds left to give the Michigan Wolverines an 86-82 win over Iowa last night…

… Gra-< biec led all Wolverine carom-grab- bers with seven. The win for Michigan clinches at least a second place tie in the Big Ten for the Wolverines and almost surely wins them a trip to the National…

… Standings J4' l Totals 36-77 SCORE AT HALF Iowa-42 14-20 50 86 SPLIT WITH STATE Totals 37-87 88-10 49 82 Michigan--43 Icers skate out By TERRI FOUCHEY the point which Bagnell stbpped. r The Wolverine

… that of picked up two tallies in the frame : the majority of this season's but the Wolverines managed to games. The Gophers had an in match both and went off the ice .'' surmountable 4-0 lead before the…

… with a 3-2 lead. Wolverines managed to put the Michigan kept the pressure on, light on. The highlight of the game scoring twice in the second per- came midway in the second period iod, but State put the…

October 20, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 39) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily--Saturday, October 20, 1979-Page 9 A$ BASEOTTO NOTCHES HAT TRICK: Wolverine icers v. v' }:v.:v. : v. :.v.:.::::".: :. v. ti:.n.w., ": r. v-' }i :hi}:{":}.......:.' r.::v: ;.. r…

… freshman, Bruno Baseotto reaped the most dividends with a three goal hat trick and three assists, leading the Wolverines to a convincing 9-5 season- opening victory. The weakness was Falcon goaltender Wally…

… Charko's glove side as Baseotto, Doug Todd, and Dan Lerg all slid shots into the left hand corner of the net to get the Wolverines' season off to a positive start. All three of Baseotto's goals found…

… stanza. Despite the nine goals and seemingly easy victory, Wolverine coach Dan Farrell could still find fault with his team's performance. "I think the score was misleading," he said. "I thought they (the…

… and we just had to see if he could do it in games." He did, and so did the other five freshmen forwards and the Michigan offense. Nine gogals last night were more than the last year's Wolverines were…

… accustomed to getting in three games. The victory gave Michigan a ten- game winning streak against no losses over the Falcons, who for the second year in a row outshot the Wolverines by a 2-1 margin and still…

… came up short on the scoreboard. The Wolverines outscored the Falcons 2-1 in the second period, with Dan Lerg and Baseotto turning the light on for the Wolverines and freshman Tim Alexander doing it for…

… Bowling Green. That set the stage for a fairly ragged yet explosive third period. Todd scored first for the Wolverines, taking a slick pass from Baseotto and going in all alone on Charko for the night…

… well established teams like Wisconsin, Indiana,C State, Purdue and Iowa will be the teams to watch in the meet. Leading the Wolverines will be Melanie Weaver, who Simmons says will n likely finish in the…

April 13, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 154) • Page Image 11

… yesterday, as the Wolverine bats remained silent in a 2-0, 3-0 twinbill sweep at the hands of the Detroit Titans. Having managed only seven hits against Bowling Green in its opening northern doubleheader…

…, Michigan could garner only four this time, as Titan baseman Brian McElroy then singled Robbins home to complete the Titan scoring. TWO RUNS WERE all Morency needed however, as the Wolverines could manage…

… only three hits off the senior righthander, who was the beneficiary of some timely fielding by his teammates. The Wolverines threatened in the fourth with one out singles by Mike Parker and George…

… in the seventh, but was doubled up at first on Wolverine catcher Jim Capoferi's low liner to McElroy.4 THE NIGHTCAP was no im- provement, as Titan seniorsMike Polvi threw a one hit shutout at the…

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