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-Daily-Peter Anderson
BR-R-R-Michigan's cross-country runners in dark sweatshirts
begin their meet with Illinois (above), Despite the cold, rainy
weather, the llini's Jim Bowers (left) recorded an amazing time
of 20:19.0 to win individual honors by 40 seconds. Michigan won
the meet, however, 28-31.
Wolveries Edge
Illinois Harriers
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Michigan's cross-country team
edged Illinois by three points in
a dual meet here yesterday morn-
ing, despite the excellent running
of Illini Jim Bowers.
Illinois copped three of the
first four places, but Michigan
showed sufficient team depth to
defeat the visitors. The first five
Wolverine harriers finished sec-
ond, fifth, sixth, seventh, and
eighth, for a 28-point total.
Illinois took first, third, fourth,
11th, and 12th, for a 31-point
TOPS OHIO U., 4-2:
M'Soccer Club Wis

Special to the Daily
ATHENS, O.-- A bleary-eyed
Wolverine Soccer Club came from
behind yesterday to beat Ohio
University, 4-2, to gain its fourth
straight win of the season.
The Wolverines, leaving Ann
Arbor by car at the dark hour of
four in the morning, didn't arrive
at Athens, Ohio, until a few min-
utes before game time. Tired and
carrying an undermanned team
of 13, the booters were domi-
nated by the vigorous play of the
Ohio squad in the early part of
the game and fell behind by a 1-0
Rally To Win
Michigan, substituting only once
during last weekend's double vic-
tory performance, amazingly ral-
lied before the half's end to go
ahead 2-1. Earl Oktar, master-
minding the Bobcat's defense
broke through to score both Wol-
verine goals.
Ohio came back to tie the score
In the opening minutes of the
second half. A nagging wind and
rain made playing conditions diffi-
cult as the Wolverines again pulled
together to fight the weather and
their own weariness, to score the
tying and insurance goals late in
the second half.
All-Around Star
Sasset Emiroglu, who did most
of the defensive ball work at mid-
field, contributed the tying goal
as well with a direct kick from the
sideline. The fourth Wolverine1
score of the afternoon was added
by Tali Cepuritis.

Suha Alpayli, Joe Drasler and
captain Mircea Oprea stood out
on the Wolverine's defensive line.
The club journeys 'to Grand
Rapids next weekend to meet Cal-
vin College.
Fu1ke Goal
Beats Wings
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - A fluke goal by
Bobby Hull stood up as the win-
ning counter as the Chicago Black
Hawks boat the Detroit Red Wings,
4-3, before a skimpy home audi-
ence of 8,816 in a televised Na-
tional Hockey League game yester-
* * *
New York 6, Montreal 5
MONTREAL-Wally Hergeshei-
mer's goal at 11:38 of the last
period broke up a wild, free-scor-
ing game and gave the New York
Rangers a 6-5 victory last night,
over the National Hockey League
leading Montreal Canadiens.
* * *
Toronto 5, Boston
TORONTO-The Toronto Maple
Leafs built up a four-goal lead
and then turned back a desperate
Boston rally last night for a 5-3
National Hockey League victory
over the Bruins.

score, thus resulting in a Michi-
gan victory by three points.
Bowers, who as a sophomore,
last year finished runner-up to
both the Big Ten indoor and out-
door mile champions, covered the
four-mile distance at the Univer-
sity Golf Course in 20:19.0.t
Schwartz Second
Michigan's Dick Schwartz fin-
ished a dstant second-200 yards
and 40 seconds behind Bowers -
but it was better than anybody
else could do. Schwartz outgunned
Illinois' Harold Harris in the
stretch and beat him by four sec-
Harris' teammate Kenny Brown
was fourth, but behind him there
came six Michigan runners in a
row. In order, they were Don
Truex, Jim Wyman, Walt Schafer,
Earl Deardorff, Fred Montour and
Cam Gray. Deardorff and Mon-
tour finished in a dead heat for
eighth place.,
These six Wolverines deprived
Illinois' fourth and fifth men from
finishing any higher than 11th
and 12th, and the 23 resulting
points against the Illini enabled
Michigan to win the meet.
Coaches Praise Bowers
Michigan coaches Don Canham
and Elmer Swanson praised Bow-
ers' performance as a "very good
race" Swanson thought it was
one of the best individual times
ever recorded over the four-mile
course that was run yesterday.
Bowers' time of 20:19.0 is made
even more impressive by the fact
that it came in cold and windy
Star-Didn't Run
Dave Martin, one of Michigan's{
best runners, did not compete yes-
terday because of a bruised foot.
Canham said he would probably
not enter Michigan in the Big Ten
cross country meet next Friday at
Chicago unless Martin is ready to
run at that time.
MICHIGAN-2. Dick Schwartz,
20:59; 5. Don Truex, 21:38; 6. Jam
Wyman, 21:47; 7. Walt Schafer,
21:52; 8. Earl Deaddorff, Fred
Montour (tie), 22:28.8. Team to-
tal, 28 points.
ILLINOIS - 1. Jim Bowers,
20:19; 3. Harold Harris, 21:03; 4.
Kenny Brown, 21:17.8; 11. Roger
Derby, 22:58.8; 12. John Sanford,
22:58.9. Team total, 31 points.

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The Ann Arbor Public Schools Adult Education Department
take pleasure in arfnouncing a truly informative and
Enjoyable Series of Color Film4ectures For 1958-59
Presented on Sunday Afternoons at 3:00.by the Traveler-Producer IN PERSON
Nov. 16-DENNIS GLEN COOPER, "Vacation in the West"
Dec. 7 -PHIL WALKER, "Hong Kong, Bamboo Curtain Colony"
Jan. 18-JULIAN GROMER, "The Mighty Amazon"
Feb. 15--JOHN GODDARD, "Jets, Missiles and Man-Made Moons"
Mar. 8 -KARL ROBiNSON, "A Story of Portugal"
Apr. 12-AUBERT LAVASTIDA, "Forbidden Islands"
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