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THE IICIIG%'DALY

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'M' Conference Defensive Leaders

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Shotput Champ
Shotputter Ray Locke won theI
conference outdoor title last spring
and will also return to defend in.
that event. The others who will
return as defending champions in
their events are Steve Williams,
outdoor high jump, and Ergas.
Leps in the outdoor mile.
Broadjumper Les Bird, won his.
specialty in 1959 as a sophomore,
but was hampered last spring by
an injury an relinguished the
title to Illinois' Paul Foreman.
Cephas Versatile
To these six add the name of
Dick Cephas, who competes in the
high jump, 440-yard dash, hurdles,
broad jump and sprints, and eight
promising sophomores, and noth-
ing less than a conference con-
tender po'ps out of the crystal ball.
Notably absent, however, due
to scholastic difficulties, will be
Tony Seth, who last spring cap-
tured the indoor 600-yard run..
"We'll be pretty close to as good
as last year," remarks Canham.
This is no little statement be-
cause Canham's squad captured
the Conference indoor title last

"If we lose one or two key men
because of injuries we'll be in
bad shape," Canham commented,
undoubtedly recalling what hap-
pened in last spring's Big Teen
outdoor championship meet.
Last spring, after winning the
indoor title, the Wolverines were
rated favorites to also capture the
outdoor crown. But in one of the
heat races McRae pulled a leg
muscle and was unable to compete
in the hurdle finals.
This, coupled with a recurring
leg injury to Bird, who could
only place third in the broad jump,
was all Illinois needed to snatch
the meet from Michigan.
Three Team Battle
This spring Canham sees a three
team battle for both the indoor
and outdoor crowns between
Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. He
lists Iowa as an outside possibility.
Michigan track filberts, however,
will have to waft for quite some
time before they will be able to
see their team in action at home.
The first regularly scheduled meet
in Ann Arbor will be the Michigan
AAU Relays, to be held February
11th in Yost Field House.
The climax to the indoor sea-
son will, of course, be the Con-
ference meet, which this year is
being held at Illinois on March
third and fourth.

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