THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Janham Hits Training
By AL JONES
igan's sixth-place finish in
urday's Big Ten cross coun-
ils rates as the poorest per-
ce by a recent Wolverine
n Conference play.
lly, the harriers' finish looks
orse when the fact that only
nplete teams were entered,
State, Purdue, and North-
i had no teams, and Wis-
didn't enter enter a full
or the failure of
am, which earlier
I fondled possible
tied according to'
Poor Physical Shape
principle trouble was that
the men were not in top
for the big meet. Of the
)est runners, Geert Keil-
[-elmar Dollwet and Jack
two were not ready to run.
et, according to Canham;
didn't train enough this
id wasn't in the proper
1 shape for the Big Ten
le didn't run against I111-
e previous week, and thus
competitive experience this
i, who was looking good
in the fall, suffered from
1 cramps against Illinois,
and wasn't able to work back into
shape by last Saturday.
Keilstrup Top Performer
Thus, of the top three men,
Keilstrup was the only one to
finish in the top twenty. His fifth-
place ranking, and Don Truex's
twentieth-place finish were the
only two respectable performances
from Wolverines Saturday,
Canham states that if Dollwet
had run well the team could have
placed third behind Michigan
State and Iowa.
For a higher finish it would have
required Dollwet to be in the top
five with Keilstrup, and Green also
in the top ten.
Another problem with Canham
was faced with was the inexperi-
ence of the other runners on his
team. Besides Truex, none of the
other sophomores or juniors turned
in good .performances.
Bernie Wall and John Dierdorff
didn't match Truex's performance
in their first Big Ten meet, and
senior Milt Robinson was also
way down the line.
"If the green sophomores had
done better, and Dollwet had run.
as expected, we could have finished
second behind State," Canham
Another problem confronted at
Washington Park in Chicago where
the Conference meet was held was
the weather. Assistant Coach El-
mer Swansoh said that the race
was run in a constant downpour,
and that the times were all a
minute and a half off the usual
clocking. Minnesota's Leonard
Edelson won the race in 21 min-
utes and 9.4 seconds, compared to
Keilstrup's 20 minutes and 30 sec-
onds time the week before to place
first in the Illinois meet.
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ig the International All-
,2-1, Sunday afternoon
rks' scored late in the
when an International
nder missed his kick and
s surged past him to the.
gan Ilkcagla eluded the
r and booted.the ball for
ged by their wildly cheer
trymen, Turkey added
score on a controversial
in. Muzaffer Ozdenter's
thought to be out but
e- awarded the point to
By The Associated Press
HILLSDALE, Mich.-A tiny col-
lege, every bit as wild about its
team as Oklahoma is, now carries
the nation's longest current win-
Oklahoma had won 47 straight
before bowing to Notre Dame last
Hillsdale College, with 725 stu-
dents, is unbeaten and untied in
its last 34 games. The Dales have.
not lost since early 1954.,
NHL Players Back Down
MONTREAL - The National
Hockey League Players Assn.,yes-
terday dropped its charges of un-
fair labor practices against the
leag6,eand its club owners.
Clarence Campbell, NHL presi-
dent, said he had been notified by
the New York regional director of
the National Labor Relations
Board that charges filed in Sep-
tenber had been withdrawn.
TigerA's Trade Likely
KANSAS CITY -, The Kansas
City Athletics have called a press
conference for this morning amid
rumors that their second baseman,
Billy Martin, had been traded to
Detroit for centerfielder Bill Tuttle.
The Athletics public relationsi
office would say only an "impor-
tant announcement" would be
Royals Whip Pistons._..'
ST. LOUIS - The Cincinnati
Royals went into the last quarter
against the Detroit Pistons tied
57-57 here ,last night but then'
broke it wide open, winning 92-75.
The game was the first half of
a doubleheader in which the St.
Louis Hawks and New York
Knickerbockers will play the final
.udy Dozauer from Nurenberg,
many provided the ,lone score
the international squad. Mov-
the ball adeptly with his feet,
auer slipped the ball in. Bob
nett from Scotland added color'
h scrappy play for two halves.
arly attempts by the Interna-
als were stopped when the
kish goalie made a diving save.
another occasion a long boot
need off the outside post. The
ks lost additional points on,
es by the International goalie
several wide boots.
ROCHESTER, Minn, (JP)--Yogi
Berra, New York Yankee catch-
er, was discharged trom the
Mayo Clinic yesterday after un-
dergoing a physical examination.
Berra's only comment about the
examinations was "it looks
pretty good." Mayo doctors gave.
Berra a complete physical and
toolr a careful look at his nose
which was injured early last
season when a foul tip smashed
through his mask.
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