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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 27, 1974

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 27, 1974

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Kauffman

By RICHARD FLAHERTY
While Notre Dame defends its
National championship this fall,
a more personal battle to re-
main Number One in the coun-
try is being waged by Mason
Kauffman. And Mason has an
excellent chance of retaining
his priority for the third time
when he competes later this

pression in many minds, for '
some felt it was a political
move. Without a trampoline
squad (touted for years as one
of the best in the nation) to
back them up, the Michigan
gymnastics team lost its almost
legendary dominance in NCAA
competition.
Nevertheless, Michigan has

ounce
"WHEN we went to Russia to
compete we spent most of our
time on the train. I remember
when we first landed in Moscow,
we were immediately placed on
a train which we rode for ten
hours, catching what little rest
we could while sitting in our
seats. We were then transfered
to an old bus for a ride that

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"During competition we're expected to do a routine which in-
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You know, no one considers us as being 'real jocks'."

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year against other bouncers in remained a national power in
the Amateur Athletic Union trampoline competition and to
Tournaments. watch Mason and his teammates
Until a few years ago, tram- there is no wonder. This week
poline routines were included in Mason travels to Germany to
NCAA gymnastic competition. compete in a series of inter-
But recently there has been an national meets in Frankfurt and
arrousal of a sense of safety West Berlin. He will be accom-
for the bouncers. To avoid the panied by three other bouncers
loss of time needed to set up who are considered tops in the
spotters and the necessary United States.
equipment, it was decided that Mason has spent time in com-
the NCAA would drop the com- petition all over Europe, Africa,
petition in future meets. This South America and the USSR,
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-Mason Kauffman
lasted another several hours.
We finally reached the city
where the meet was being held
and we were rather anxious to
get back to our hotel rooms.
But we were taken straight to
the gymnasium where the USSR
team was warming up and told
to prepare to compete in an
hour. Well, everyone just about
. . . Hey, that brings to mind
the Trouskki Trots we got there,
but that's another story."
One could sit for hours listen-
ing to the behind the scenes
stories that this native of Mem-
phis rolls off his tongue in the
slow,rrelaxed manner only those
of the deep south possess.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Min 148 579 86 211 .3641
hi 132 494 73 157 .318
NY .. 133 449 72 139 .310
KC 142 513 67 158 .308
Tex 146 503 64, 153 .3041
NY .. 137 504 69 152 .302
Chi 128 462 84 139 .3011
;hs, Tex 147 534 83 160 .300'
ki, Bsn 147 512 93 153 .299
son, Bal 147 527 43 154 .292

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Buckner, LA
Garvey, LA
R.Smith, StL
Madlock, Chi
A.Oliver, Pgh
McBride, StL
Gross, Htn
Zisk, Pgh
Montanez, Phi

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138,
122
140
145
149
142
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587 82 208 .354
557 80 176 .316
624 93 197 .316
499 77 157 .315
430, 63 135 .314
586 89 184 .314
541 77 169 .312
560 73 174 .311
515 72 160 .311
503 53 155 .308

NAL LEAGUE

Though many may not realize
it, most everyone has seen
Mason and has been awed by
his gymnastic ability. Mason
spends most of his Saturday
afternoons climbing or jumping
over pyramids along with the
rest of the cheerleading squad.
"I've really enjoyed cheerlead-
ing over the years. We're just
out for a good time like every-
one else in the stadium."
WHEN asked about what he
experiences while going through
his routines,Mason wasn't quite
sure. "During competition we're
expected to do a routine which
included ten back to back tricks
and lasts for about 45 seconds.
I begin my first trick and
before I know it, I've finished
my last trick. I guess my mind
goes blank.
Maybe I should say that it's
probably the deep concentration
on my movements that makes
the time fly by. It makes me
sound a little better than saying
that I pull a blank. You know,
no one considers us as being
'real jocks'."
Right now Mason's mind is
concentrating on the meets in
Germany which begin tomor-
row. "I think I have a score
to settle after some other ex-
periences abroad. You wouldn't
believe the girls over there."
But that's still another story.

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