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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Harriers

01 NOTES.
By John Hillyer

I

Just Another Season
[PAIGN - It's just another season now.
another season of cheering and booing and bands and flasks]
ges and standing up while they play "Yellow and Blue."
a rule - of suspense, for one cannot tell whether Michigan
r not. But it will probably be interesting, whatever the out-
cy winds howled across the Illinois plains, across Illinois,
Stadium, seeming to blow away with them any chance- of
s football team winning the Conference title or going to.
Bowl.
i "I" Men's Day here, and the old athletes loved it. It must
ght back memories to them of how they in" their football
they played football), helped establish this arena as the
s' graveyard. For this has happened many, many times
t you've heard this before: Michigan go 17 first downs to
, gained 338 yards to tle home team's 322, ran 78 plays
ni's 5$. Illinois got 20 points to Michigan's 19 - it's become
ime worn swan song.
Volverines' locker room was like a funeral home, Ben Ooos-
ead mortician. Perhaps some mistakes were made, but Ben-
talking. Many wondered why Jim Van Pelt, first string
k, was withheld from action for so long, when it was obvi-
he was needed. 'He couldn't run or rollout or anything,"
rbaan, "and I 'didn't feel we 'should've used him. He was
verely (a charley-horse) that he didn't know how long he
." He wasn't exactly a failure when he finally did get in,
s Injury Turning Point
urning point?-" It was obviously a big turning point 'when
nocked out," said Bennie.
early in ,the game, had torn 47 yards down the right side-
e most thrilling run of the day, putting the ball on the Illi-
Ierrnstein was playing under a severe handicap," the coach
e big fullback still hasn't recovered from a foot injury,
been bothering' him for most of the season.'
t mean this to sound as though Oosterbaan was alibiing. He
knew his boys had had it, as the saying goes. Opportunistic
nply took advantage of every opening it got, and that is
he element in a team which wins ,games.
ing, Tackling Below Par . ..
locking and tackling, a steadily improving -department for
uffered a setback yesterday. Taking nothing away from the
me of those 161g runs could have been prevented,, and would
y, this had been the Minnesota game. Scoring chances, too,
d critically.
Pace's long - run, the same unfortunate Pace five plays
bled on the foes' three yard line, Michigan losing posses-
plays after this, he was carried off the field on a stretcher,
ing a key tackle on fullback Ray Nitschke, a rough cus-
ifternoon.
second quarter, Michigan took over on its 44. Exactly ten
Illinois got the ball on downs on their own 22. Soon after,
er, a pesly halfback to the Wolverines, dashed 58 yards to
second touchdown, more Michigan tacklers missing him
reporter believed there were on the field.
he wind seemed to be an immense factor-more than most
first expected. Michigan may not have. the best punters in
y, but they certainly can do better than 19.4 yards per punt
;t conditions.
llinoi s marching band made most Miehiganders long for
rite 180-piece musical organization; The Illinois press fa-
re lamentable compared to Michigan's. The stadium, an
structure, was still a band box when compared to the gar-'
Michigan. Stadium. -
ie boys in Champaign - at least yesterday - managed to
tty fine football squad. They gave the Wolverines and their
thing they'll be talking to themselves about for quite some
nwhile, let's forget yesterday. We've got Indiana to worry

Defeated
ByIllinois
By AL JONES
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN-The absence of
two top men from Michigan's cross
country team was enough to give
Illinois a close 36-30 victory over
the Wolverines.
Michigan's Geert Keilstrup cov-
ered the 4-mile South Agronomy
Farm course in 20 minutes and 30
seconds to take top honors, but
was followed over the line by
three Illini.
Jim Bowers, Karl Jonsson andS
Frank Hedgcock took second, third
and fourth for the home team and
provided tle low point margin that
Michigan couldn't overcome. In a
cross country meet the team with
the lowest point total wins, and
point are given to the top five men'
on each team.
Michigan's other five finishers
were John"Dierdorff, Tom Truex,
Jim Wyman, Bernie Wall and Milt
Robinson placing fifth, seventh,
eighth, ninth and tenth respec-
tively.
According to Wolverine Coach
Don Canham, Michigan suffered
from the absence of two key men
in Hellmar Dollwet and Jack
Green. Dollwet missed the trip
because of academic reasons, while
Green suffered stomach cramps
during the first lap of the race and
was forced to drop out.
Canham stated that either of
these men could have broken into
the Illini domination of the sec-
ond-fourth places, and could thus
have won the meet for Michigan.
C onsidering thing as they were,
there were some bright spots for
Michigan despite defeat. Keilstrup
turned in a "terrific" race accord-
ing to the coaches, and was way
ahead of the rest of the field at
the end. His time was only 47 sec-
onds off the course mark of 19:43
set by Phil Coleman of the Chi-
cago Track Club in 1955, and was
very good considering the weather.
SCORES
GRID PICKf SCORES
Illinois 20, Michigan 19
Ohio state 20, Purdue 7
Wisconsin 41, Northwestern 12
Iowa 44, Minnesota 20
Michigan State 34, Notre Dame 6
Cincinnati.21. Indiana 0
W. Virginia 7, Pitt 6
Tennessee 21, Ga. Tech 6
Duke 6, Navy 6 (tie)
N. Carolina 28, S. Carolina 6
Vanderbilt 12, Kentucky 7
Mississippi 14, La. State 12
Tulane 7, Alabama 0
Rice 13, Arkansas 7
Baylor 7, Texas 7 (tie)
Washington 13, Oregon 7
Stanford 35, NSC 7
UCLA 19, Wash. State 13
Ore. State 21, California 19
Texas A&M 19, SMU 6
OTHER SCORES
Oklahoma 39, Missouri 14
Aubur4 15, Miss. State 7
Florida 22, Georgia 0
i Clemson 26, Mkaryland 7
Wm. & Mary 7, N. C. State 6
Detroit 16, Villanova 7
Army 39, Utah 33.

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NHL STANDINGS -
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fork .........8 5 2 18
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it.. ....4 8 2 10
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
treal 4, Boston 2
ago 5, New York 0
oit 3, Toronto 3 (tie)

NFL Spotlights
'Frisco-Ram Tilt

By DON DRESCHER

NBA STANDINGS
Western Division
W l
s ...... .....4
ti ..........2
aiis .......... U
Eastern Division
. W

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ast Night' 'Result
is 105, Philadelphia
Tonight's Game
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When you say
.AUNDRY

Red hot San Francisco, fresh
from a last-minute 35-31 victory
over Detroit, tries to tighten its
hold on the leadership of the.
Western Division of the NFL
against its downstate livals, the
Los Angeles Rams.
The Forty-Niners are presently
sporting a 5-1 record which puts
them two games in front of second
place Detroit and Baltimore.'
The Cleveland Browns will de-
fend their Eastern Division lead
against a fast-moving Pittsburgh
club who handed Baltimore a 19-13
defeat a week ago. The Steelers
have come alive in recent weeks
and possess a good offense headed
by former MSU quarterback' Earl
Morall,andna stubborn defensive
unit., The match promises to be
tough;'
Lions Move East
Detroit, after two unsuccessful
weeks on the West coast will try
to get back on the victory trail
tomorrow against the Philadelphia
Eagles. The Lions have got to get
back in the swing of things if
they're to remain as contenders.
The Detroit cause will be aided
by the return of quarterback Bobby
Layne to the lineup. Layne suffered
a rib' injury in last Sunday's en-
counter with San Francisco. Tobin
Rote, who turned in a fine game
a week ago will recive the starting

assignment calling signals, how-
ever.
Baltimore, fighting for a share
in the Western Division title race
opposes the Washington Redskins.
The'Redskins may be hindered by
the loss of quarterback Eddie Le-
Baron who suffered a slight con-
cussion in last Sunday's game.-
The New York Giants will tangle
with the Chicago Cardinals in
seekilng their fifth win. The Giants
are in second place tied with Pitts-
burgh, behind the Browns.
Green Bay and the Chicago
Bears, both with 2-4 records, will
attempt to eliminate each other
this afternoon. Each needs a vic-
tory to remain in shouting distance
of the leaders.

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NFL STANDINGS
WESTERN DIVISION
W L
San Francisco.......5 1
Detroit...............3 3
Baltimore .......,..3 3
Los Angeles..........2 4
Green Bay.........2. 4
Chicago Bears.......2 4
EASTERN DIVISION
W L
Cleveland. .......5 1
New York............4 2
Pittsburgh........,...4 2
Chicago Cards ......2 _4
" Washington..... ...2 4
Philadelphia.....GA.2 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Philadelphia
Baltimore at Washington
San Francisco at Los Angeles
Chicago Cards at New York
Green Bay at Chicago Bears
Pittsburgh at Cleveland

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