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THE RIICIiIGA.N MAIL k

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1935

VA4iE ~ilX 'iME MIEMIErAN IJAILk TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S. iSiS
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Illinois Matmen Upset 'M'

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Conference
Hopes Drop
Michigan's highly touted wres-
tling team fell at the hands of Il-
linois grapplers, 14-11, yesterday,
as the Illini dampened the hopes
of a conference championship for
the Wolverines.
The meet was decided in the
final match of the afternoon as Il-
lini heavyweight Emil Diewald
savagely decisioned John Morrow,
14-3. Morrow, who has only been
out for wrestling one week, seem-
ed to take command of the situa-
tion in the opening moments of
the match but he tired in the last
six minutes and Diewald com-
pletely overpowered him.
The upset was seen early in the
meet as Dan Deppe, wrestling in
the 123 pound class, Max Pearson,
fighting in the 137 division, and
Frank Hirt, in the 130 pound class,
failed to win a match.
Deppe Edged by Meeks
Deepe was beaten by Dick
Meeks, Illini senior, who downed
him by a slim 4-3 margin. Meeks,
who placed second in the Big Ten
and third in the NCAA champion-
ships, took commaned in the ear-
ly minutes of the match to build
up a point lead. Deppe fought back
but couldn't capture the necessary
final point to tie.
At 130 pounds. Illini Norb Sar-
egnt drew with Hirt, 1-1. Hirt was
heavily favored to win but kept
losing his man every time he had
an opprtunity to score.
Pearson was in the same situa-
tion as Deppe. Bill Turner, Illi-
nois senior letterman, built up a
commanding lead and Pearson was
unable to overtake him.
McMahon Returns to Form
Probably the most encouraging
thing that happened in the meet
was the return of 177-pounder
John McMahon to his old wres-
tling form. McMahon, who has
been sidelined with an injury most
of the season, conquered Steve
Szabo, 9-4, in a hard fought match.
McMahon kept after his opponent

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MICHIGAN CAPTAIN ANDY KAUL continued his collegiate dual
meet victory string yesterday as the Wolverines were upset in a
close decision by the Illini, 14-11.

with continuous tries at a take
down.
In the 147 and 157 pound divi-
sions, captain Andy Kaul and Don
Haney were victorious. Kaul con-
tinued his dual meet winning
streak, having lost only one dual
match in his collegiate career, by
downing Illini captain Edwin Jack-
son. Jackson gained two points
early in the match but Kaul gar-
nered three points in the closing
minutes to win by a one point mar-
gin. Haney decisioned Frank Kas-
tor. 8-4, for his victory.
In the 167 pound division, Mike
Rodriguez was decisioned by Lar-
ry TenPas, 9-7. TenPas, second
place winner in the Western Con-
ference championships last year
and third place winner in the
NCAA. fought off Rodriguez for
the win. Although he fought game-
ly, TenPas proved to be too much
for the Wolverine grappler..
Illini Coach B. R. "Pat" Patter-
son depended on the progress of
his sophomores and newcomers to

carry him through the 1954-55
season. In downing the top-rated
Maize and Blue grapplers, the Il-
lini, along with Iowa, are looked
upon as the toughest competition
for the Wolverines in the Confer-
ence championships.
The loss to the Illini will prob-
ably do the Michigan wrestlers
some good. After being undefeat-
ed so far this season, the grapplers
will realize that they are going to
have to be sharp for the confer-
ence championships.
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