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TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1954

TILL MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1954 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FA(~E TII 'IIEE

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Kaul One of Key Factors
In 'M' Bid for Mat Title'

By JACK HORWITZ
With only a lone defeat in the
last three seasons, wrestler Andy
Kaul is expected to be one of the
key men in the Maize and Blue
bid for a repeat Western Confer-
ence championship.
Kaul, a strong, clever grappler,
who finished as runner-up in the
Big Ten in the 137 pound class last'
season, suffered his only dual meet
loss in 1952, when as a freshman'
he was defeated by Pete Comp-
ton, Western Conference cham-
pion from Illinois.
* * *
LAST SEASON Kaul sought re-
venge for his earlier defeat and
bested Compton in the Michigan-
Illnois dual meet. The defeat was
Compton's first in dual meet com-
petition.
Kaul is a junior letterman and
hails from Saint Mary's, Penn-
sylvania. He graduated from
y Hill prep school, which also fos-
tered Wolverine wrestlers Dick
O'Shaughnessy, Joe Atkins, and
Bronson Rumsey. While at Hill,
he boasted five undefeated
wrestling seasons.
Kaul is in his second year as
one of Coach Cliff Keen's regu-
lars and has alternated between
the 137 pound class and the 147
pound class.
* * *
"PRACTICE keeps us sharpened
up for every meet," Kaul says,
"and as the season progresses we
try to work into top shape for the
conference championships." Kaul
spends about three hours each aft-
ernoon wrestling with various team
members to try to pick up every
possible "trick" for the next meet.
Kaul's victory on Saturday
against Ohio State gave him his
second successive undefeated
season. He now holds a string
of 18 straight victories. How-
ever, he will meet some very
tough competition in his attempt

Wolverines Illini Cindermen Again TI
TpPuru To Beat in Big Ten Track
Five 83-'79 I
By DAVE LIVINGSTON i
Fe,83- 9s eIingS eahabt. pionships, while the Illini will be Captain Joe Co
fSky Gets neaItssv e gunning for their fifteenth. s on has oneeofIl
straight championship trophys JQHNSON will attempt to fight . .
To Pace Winners safely stowed away. is the team off Michigan with a small, but aThe thatIlloisr
to beat in the Big Ten Indoor individually brilliant, squad. Illi
(Continued from Page 1) Track Championships to be held in d b u - ably face the s

Meet'
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the most versatile
ce athletes.
mentor has indi-
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Pucksters Battle to Tie

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ANDY KAUL
., . big man Saturday

to annex the conference 137
pound trophy.
He will face such top flight
grapplers as Ed Casalicchio of
Michigan State and Len Vyskos-
cil of Northwestern, a team which
handed the Wolverines their lone
defeat this season.

At Last!

PURDUE G I
Sexson, f..........4
Dunn, f...........5
Jecha, f-c.........5
Beck, c...........2
Blind, g...........2
Lorenz, g..........6
Thornburg, g......2
Boyer, g...........0
Bonhomme, g ......0
Totals ...........26 2
MICHIGAN G I
Groffsky, f-c.......1
Jorgensen, f-g ......5
Codwell, f.........1
Mead, c .... ........9
Barron, g..........3
Eaddy, g ............5
Pavichevich, g ......0
Totals ............34
Purdue ...........19 26
Michigan..........32 20

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19 15-79
21 10-83

THE BAY CITY senior had one
stretch where he netted eight con-
secutive floor shots. In addition
he did an excellent job off the
boards until he tired in the late
stages of the encounter, and he
played a fine defensive game.
Bill Perigo's five started out
as if it was going to turn the
game into a rout. The Ann Ar-
bor dribblers poured 32 markers
through the hoop in the initial
10 minutes and held a 13-point
bulge when the quarter ended.
Led by Groffsky and Tom Jor-
gensen, who tallied 10 and nine
respectively in the first period,
Michigan went ahead 14-13 and
was never behind throughout the
rest of the encounter.
* * *
DESPITE THE fact that the
Maize and Blue led at times by
as much as 18 points, it could not
count the game as won until the
waning seconds of play. The los-
ers kept pecking away at the Wol-
verine margin and with 20 sec-
onds to go trailed by but 82-79.
At this point, the Boilermak-
ers gained possession as Jorgen-
sen had the ball knocked away
from him. However a couple of
shots were unsuccessful and
John Codwell canned a foul with
eight seconds remaining to put
a damper on Purdue's hopes.
Michigan still had a chance at
the end of the third quarter to,
break 100 for the second time this
season, needing 27 tallies in the
final 10 minutes. But the winners
cooled off considerably and had
enough trouble hanging on to a
part of their once sizable margin.
* .* *
ONLY A BIG difference in foul
shooting prevented the Wolverines
from breezing to a victory. Purdue
connected 19 times from the 15-
foot line before missing and wound
up the evening with 27 for 31. The
Maize and Blue failed on 20 of its
35 charity tosses with Jim Barron
blowing 10 of 17.
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this weekend in the Champaign i roster ( hg hs )y low hurdles, 300, and mile relay.
Armory.cial roster (Michigan has 46). yet
Armory. Illini aces have posted the top In addition the Illini have high
Conference marks of the season in jump champ Ron Mitchell, Cirilo
AND TO perpetuate another five events and share best per- _
growing custom, Michigan is again, formances in two others.
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roller, Michigan's thinclads also season's best time in the quarter- er stumbled and fell while
have a record to protect when mile, Gene Maynard shares that baiof H s
they go to Champaign this week- honor with Michigan's Pete Gray Justbat of Hoot Evers.
end. They hold the all-time Big in the half, Williams has covered eJust how much of the season
Ten record of 15 indoor cham- the 60 yard dash in :06.3, and in mined immediately.
Victories Over Minnesota Lift McSween' 440 titlist in '51 and
'52, and John Bauer in the shot
Tills H opeput and Dale Foster in the pole
PuckstArs'.LV CAA vault, both of whom are capable
-- of giving the Big Ten's best a
By HANLEY GURWIN Irough time in- their respective
ready and waiting for the Goph- ;events.

the only team with a chance to
dethrone the Fighting Illini.
For three years, in dual meets
and the Conference outdoor
meet, as well as in the indoor
title event, Coach Don Can-
ham's Wolverines havebinvar-
iably finished a hair's breadth
behind the Illini.
While their main object will be
simply to derail the Illinois steam-

In both hurdle events Illinois
has the class of the Midwest,
with Willard Thomson the king-
pin of the highs and Willie Wil-
liams holding the best timue to
date in the lows.
In the shorter distances the
Illini are equally star-studded.
t * *

Williams Hurt
SARASOTA, Fla.-UP)-Slug-
ging Ted Williams, the highest
paid player in baseball, broke
his left shoulder yesterday in
the first 10 minutes of spring
training and won't be able to
lift a bat before the season
opens.
The Boston Red Sox outfield-

By BILL STONE
A combination of members of
Sigma Chi and Chi Psi fraternities
battled the Wings, a group of it-
dependents and fraternity men to
a 2-2 tie in the championship
game of the intramural hockey
tournament last night at the coli-
seum.
The game is to be protested to
Earl Riskey, director of intramur-
al athletics by the Sigma Chi-
Chi-Psi team. The disagreement
blossomed in the last second of
the contest when John Ziegler
fired what was thought to be the
game's winning goal for the
Sigma Chi - Chi Psi aggregation
past goalie Irv Tobocman of the
Wings.
* * *
WHEN one of the officials ruled
that Ziegler's goal was legal, Lar-
ry Meskin player coach of thze
Wings immediately hopped over
the rail of the player's bech and
contested the referee's decision.
The two officials then got together
and decided to nullify the goal and
call the contest a tie.
The Wings drew first blood
midway in the second period yhen
Baiden Cosby scored an assisted
goal. Cosby tallied again for the
Wings when he received a pass
from Lee Egrin. Regaining its
poise the fraternity squad regis-

tered a marker one minute later
when Chuck Bristol took the puck
from Ziegler and flipped it into
the net.
WITII FIVE minutes to go in
the third period, Don Vercryxsee
tied the game with the Sigma Ch:-
Chi Psi's second goal. Dale Ewart
was credited with the assist.
In the consolation game play-
ed earlier, goalie Larry Rattner
led Phi Delta Theta to a 3-2
victory over Williams House of
West Quad. Stew Evans, Don
Graham, and Joe Yope scored
goals for the winners. Joe Mac
Kay of Williams Hlouse was
helped from the ice in the third
period after suffering a deep
gash on the right side of his
face.
The Roques defeated Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, 4-1, in the third place
playoffs, and in the game for
fourth place, Psi Upsilon edged
Phi Delta Phi, 5-4.

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Free throws missed - Purdue:
Dunn 2, Lorenz, Thornburg. Mich-
igan: Grofisky 6, Barron 10, Eaddy
3, Codwell.

.i ast wee -ena s games u w
Minnesota are any indication of
things to come, then Michigan
should once more capture top hon-
ors at the NCAA hockey tourna-
ment next week at Colorado
Springs.
The Wolverines swept past the
front-running Gopher sextet 6-3,
and 5-2, to wind up their West-
ern Hockey League schedule on a
triumphant note. Combined with
the victory over the Minnesota
squad earlier in the year, the vic-
tories bring the series play to three
wins as against one loss for the
Michigan puckmen this season.
* * *
HOWEVER, Michigan's mastery
over the Gophers this week-end
in no way insures them of being
able to perform the task again.
Last year the situation was re-
versed when the teams entered
the championship game of the
tournament.
Minnesota had defeated the
Maize and Blue three out of
four times during the regular
schedule but were unable to stop
the fired-up Wolverines when
the chips were down.
While the Wolverines may be a
little more confident of victory
at the next meeting, this past
week-eid it was more determina-
tion than confidence that produc-
ed the double victory.
VIC HEYLIGER'S squad was

ers and needed Friday's contest to +
insure a play-off berth. On the
other hand, the Gophers, although
out to beat Michigan, the NCAA
champion, had nothing at stake
other than their reputation.
The Gophers had sewed up
their loop crown earlier in the
week by blasting a Denver sex-
tet two nights running,
Jim Mattson, Minnesota's All-
American goaltender, although
turning in creditable performanc-
es, was not up to his usual par'
in the games here due to a broken
jaw. His face had been wired for
several weeks and he was visibly
weak from a lack of solid food.
He has been living on liquids ever,
since he was hit by a puck in prac-
tice the week before the Michigan
Tech series.
* * *
WHILE Michigan probably will
get another crack at the Gophers
again at the Broadmoor Ice Pal-
ace, there are still two obstacles
in the way, those being the two
eastern representatives which will
meet Michigan and Minnesota in
the qualifying round.

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