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January 11, 1959 - Image 6

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THE MICIGAN IJAILV

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By TOM WVITECKI

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Led bY right wing John Kosian-
cic's five goals, Michigan Tech's
powerful hockey team took ad-
vantage of every conceivable break
to wallop the local icers 10-2 at
the Michigan Coliseum last night.
The win gave the visitors from
the North a sweep in the tvo game
series and boosted their season
record to an impressive 8-3 mark.
Tech coach John Maclnnis, a
former Michigan star, summed up
the night's action saying "Al-
though I thought we played a
better game last night, our scor-
ing plays tonight worked perfectly
as we took advantage of nearly
every opportunity."
At the other end of the ice it
Vas just the opposite for Coach
Al Renfrew's undermanned squad.
The Wolverines were unable to
convert seven breakaways into
scoring plays and were thwarted
on several other excellent oppor-
tunities to put the red light on.
Opportunities Wasted
As one Michigan player put it
in the dressing room afterwards,
"We just couldn't make any of
our breaks good no matter what
we did.'
A great deal of credit for Michi-
gan's frustrating evening must go
to Huskie Goalie George Cuculick
who was little short of sensational.
Although he made only 22 saves
compared to Wolverine goalie Jim
Coyle's 29, his thwarting of the
many Michigan breakaway op-
portunities was a decisive factor
in the game.
Chief victim of Cuculick's goal-
tending heroics was Wolverine
forward Dale MacDonald who was
robbed on three clean breakaways.
The first time Cuculick came
out of the net a good ten feet to
meet the on-rushing Wolverinef
forward and kicked out a seem- j
ingly sure goal with a quick move-
ment of his left pad-the seconds
time, the, Michigan winger at-
tempted to go around the Tech,
goalie who had again moved outc
to meet him, but Cuculick doveY
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M' FINALLY SCORES, WITH HELP-Gary Mattson (16) raises his stick in triumnph after his teammate, Steve Bochen, finally scored
for Michigan. The Wolverines had gone two periods and 8:54 of the third befote they tallied, making the score 9-1 in favor of Michigan
Tech. Actually, the puck bounced off the stick of the Tech defenseman behind Mattson, and his teammate (17) seems slightly irritated.

forward and smothered the puck Watt became ill midway in the
just as it appeared thathMac- second period and was forced to
Donald had moved around him to leave the game. Ross Childs play-

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NBAI
Philadelphia 103 .New York 97
Detroit 101, Cincinnatai 69
Montreal 1, Chicaao 0
Toronto 4, Boston I
Detroit 3, New York 3
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Kent 73, Ohio University 58
St. Louis 75, Wichita 7,
Kansas State 89, Coiorado 58
Oklahoma 56, Iowa state 43
Miani (O.) 78, Western Michigan 69
5t. Johns 86, George Waslington 85
Holy Cross 74, Connecticut 50
North Carolina State 67, Duke 60
Manhattan 70, Navy 66
Penn 59, Yale 53
Notre Dame 73. Detroit 6°
-" CO)LLEGE1':SW1IMING
Ohio State 63, Miami (0.) 42
Southern Illinois 45, Chicago 41
Bowling Green 52 ,W. Michigan 34
Iowa~t 58, Wisconsin 47
COLLEGE WRESTLING
Indiana 20, lichigan Statae 7
Illinois 23, Purdue 5
Southern Illinois 3, Northwestern 3
COLLEGE GYMNAi:STICS
Michigan St. 79, Wisconsin 33 (tri)
Alwhigan State 84i , Central Mich-
igan 271, (tri)
11'scon,,in-,Q. Central Mich. 42 (tri)
Illinois 72, Indiana 40

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Thwarted Thrice
On his this'd try MacDonald,
cutting in on an angle, fired just
high of an open corner of the net.
For the record-MacDonald finallyI
ended the Tech goalie's jinx mid-
way in the third period when he
lighted the light with a ten foot
put the light on with a ten foot
of the Huskies' net.
Tech's numter one line of Ko-
siancic, Paul Coppo, and Gerald
Farbro had no such trouble as
they fired home eight of their
team's ten goals, four of which
were with a man advantage. Five
of these came in a second period
blitz with Kosiancic scoring three
of them for a single period hat
trick.
Again Michigan-s acute man
power shortage was an important
factor, The short handed icers
started the game with eleven men

ing at forward was hit in the ankle
in the first period and was also'
unable to finish the contest.
Renfrew remarked afterward,
"You just can't play teams of
Tech's caliber using only two,
lines,." This is exactly what Michi-
gan had to do and because of the
lack of able bodies players mayl
be forced to do the remainder of
the season.
Friday night Renfrew was able
to juggle his players around some'
what, giving them an occasional'
rest, but last night with the addi-
uiona1 injuries the Michigan icers
were SKated into exhaustion.

Mlichigan Michigan Tech
Coyle GCuculick
Hutton C Coppo
Hayton IA Wojcik
Xwatt I) )lauswlirt h
Iochen RW Kosiancic
.Mattson LW Fabbro
Shares: -:1ipian-W1i:;on, Cushlilg,
Gourley, White, MacI~onal. Mci
Pascht. Raymond, Bourke.
gan Teeh-BIuchmann, Cowan, Comi'
D)ockeray. Farrell, Fuller, iermalon,
First Pviod: Scoring: Michigai
'Tech, Cowan (Bourke) 4::;5, Kosiua-
ic (Coppo) 9:17. enalies: 1ichi-
gan Tech, Fabbro (tripping) 5:32,
Coppo (ooli ig) 8:35, Wojcik, (delay
of game) 1?:13.
Second Period: Scoring: ichi an
Tech. Kosiancic (Pascht) 4:16, Coppo
(Hauswirth) 8:14, Kosiancic (Coppo,
Fahbro) 11:45, Kosiancic (Coppo, Fab-
bro) 12:0?, Fabbro (Coppo, Kosiancic)s

14:50. Penalties: Michigan, Hayton
(cibowiNug) 7:17, Hutton (elbowing)
10:49, Hayton (illegal body check)
11:14. Hutton (high sticking) 19:41.
lichigan Tech, Fabbro (high stick-
ing) 19:41.
Third Period: Scoring: Michigan,
Bochen (Mattson) 8:54, MacDonald
(White, Cushing) 11:01. Michigan
Tech, Buchmann (lockeray) 6:03,
IKosiancic (Fabbro) 8:101, Coppo (Fab-
bro) L12:01. Pen;-ties: Michigan, Hay-
ton (slashing) 14:18, Hayton (elbow-
ing and 10 miinute misconduct) 17:59.
Michigan Tech, Ruchmnann (tripping)
1:45, Wocik (hoding and 10 minute
misconduct) 17:59.
Saves 1 2 3Total
Coyle (Mich.) 8 8 13 29
Cculick (Mlich. Tech) 4 5 13 22
SCORE BY PERIODS
Team. 1 2 3 Game
MICHIGAN 0 0 2 2
Michigan Tech 2 5 3 10

SPORT SHORTS:
Konrads Tops World Freestyle Record

and ended up with nine compared (y_'l'he Associated Press
to the Huskies' 17.y Buchholz Wins Title
Watt Courageous SYDNEY, Australia-Schoolboy PERTH, Australia - Ciewcut
Captain Bobbie Watt started the swim star Jon Konrads of Aus- Earl (Butch) Buchholz of St.
game and played the entire first tralia bettered the world 880-yd. Louis won the junior title in the
period in a performance that can freestyle record by a whopping Western Australian Tennis Cham-
be called nothing but courageous. 13.9 seconds last night in the New pionships yesterday and promptly
The senior defenseman who crash- South Wales Championships. s.et his sights on the second and
ed into a goal post during Friday The 16-year-old Konrads' time biggest half of his attempted
night's game, suffering a broken was 8 minutes, 59.6 seconds com- double.
jaw, knocking out four teeth and pared to the world mark of 9:13.5 , *
receiving 35 stitches played with set by Australia's Murray Rose last
a special protective helmet. year. Royals Trade Green
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January SHOE SALE
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CINCINNATI-- The Cincinnati
Royals of the National Basketball
Association tonight traded the
currently disabled Sihugo Green
to the St. Louis Hawks for Med
Park and Jack Stephens and an
undisclosed amount of cash.

Lions Sign Rabold
DETROIT-Mike Rabold, 235-1b.
tackle for Indiana, has signed a
contract for the 1959 season with
the Detroit Lions of the National
Football League.
* * *'
Notre Dame Coaches
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-Appoint-
rnent of Bill Daddio and Hugh
Devore as assistants under head
Notre Dame football coach Joe
Kuharich was confirmed today by
athletic director Ed Krause.
Basebal
Michigan baseball coach Don
Lund announces that baseball
practice will start Thursday,
Jan. 15, for all pitchers and
catchers.
Players should report after
2 p.m. on Thursday, and they
may pick up equipment at the
cage any day between Monday
and Thursday.

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