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PAGE SIX

THE MICHICAN'DAIE'Y

FRMAX, APRIL 24, 1964

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1984

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Trackmen Seek Penn Relay Carnival Honors

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By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
"We could break four varsity
records and still not win a thing,"
says Michigan track Coach Don
Canham in summing up the Wol-
verines' chances in the 70th an-
nual Penn Relay Carnival.
The Penn Relays will bring to-
gether more than 5000 athletes
from over 113 colleges, and an un-
totaled number of high schools,
grade schools, and independent
athletic clubs. This gargantuan
number of competitors will .parti-
cipate in some 121 scheduled
events during the two-day meet.
Michigan will be represented by
four relay teams plus six individ-
uals including the defending in-
dividual champion in the high
jump, Al Ammerman.
The relay teams. include the
distance medley relay, the mile re-
lay, the two-mile relay, and the.
shuttle hurdle relay, while indi-
viduals will be competing in the
discus throw, the shot put, the
120-yard high hurdles, the 100-
yard dash and the high jump.

Originally Michigan had planned, the Penn Relays finished first in
to run in the four mile relay but 7:41.4.
decided to switch to the distance In the mile relay the Wolverines
medley instead so that they would will once again go with Dave Ro-
not have to run against the strong main, Dan Hughes, Hunter and
Villanova milers who are favored Kent Bernard. This quartet has al-
in the four mile. Running in the ready run 3:14.1 this year. They
distance medley for the Wolver- won at the Ohio Relays with that
ines will be Mac Hunter, Big time.
Ten indoor half-mile champion In the shuttle hurdle relay jun-
Ted Kelly, Dave Hayes, and Des ior football sensation J o h n
Ryan. Henderson will be making his first
This year's version of Michi- appearance for the cindermen.
gan's two mile relay team - Dorr 'Along with Henderson will be Roy
Casto, Hayes, Cecil Norde and Kel- Woodton, Norman Kohns and Cliff
ly-will be out to improve on Nuttall.
last year's showing. A year ago In the high jump Ammerman
the Wolverines came in with a and sophomore Bob Densham will
third place finish. be out to duplicate the showing
In the Ohio Relays last week a they made at the Big Ten cham-
two-mile relay team made up of pionships where they finished one-
three of the four men entered at two, respectively.

In last year's Penn Relays Am- Also competing for the Wol- pole vault, and 16-foot vaulters
merman proved to be one of Michi- verines will be speedster Dorie Reid Henry Wadsworth and Don Mey-
gan's two first-place winners as he in the 100-yard dash. ers; sprinters Bob Hayes, and
was awarded first place in his In all, eight Olympians high- steeplechaser Pat Traynor.
specialty because of fewer misses. light the development events=-tri- Michigan will be trying to start
He and four other jumpers tied at ple jumpers Bill Sharpe and Ira another string of relay victories
6'6". Davis, hurdler Willie May, shot today. Ergas Leps, Michigan's
So far this year Ammerman and putter Parry O'Brien, javelin Olympic half-miler, had anchored
Densham have jumped 6'8" and 6'- throwers Terry Beucher and Bill Wolverine teams to an unprece-
10%", respectively, indoors, to Alley, high jumper John Thomas dented six relay wins at Penn
make them strong favorites to fin- and hammer thrower Al Hall. from 1960 to 1962. Last year, Am-
ish high among the high jumpers Other entrants include John merman was the team's lone win-
in the college high jump. Pennel, world record holden in the ner.

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In the discus and shot put Mich-
igan will go with Ernie Soudek
and Roger Schmitt, respectively.
Soudek was fourth last year be-
hind the graduated George Puce
who finished second. Puce was
Michigan's only other first-place
winner last year as he gained the
top spot in the college shot put.

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL-Michigan at Wisconsin
TRACK-Penn Relays at Franklin Field, Philadelphia
TOMORROW
BASEBALL-Michigan at Northwestern (2)
TRACK-Penn Relays at Philadelphia
-Michigan Federation Open, Ferry Field, 1 p.m.
FOOTBALL-Scrimmage, Ferry Field, 2 p.m.
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MICHIGAN'S KENT BERNARD receives the baton from teammate Mac Hunter in the mile relay
at the Big Ten Indoor Championships held this March in Columbus. Well ahead of the Wolverine
cindermen are two competitors from Michigan State. From this point Bernard took control of the
situation and won the heat by eight yards. Hunter and Bernard will team up with Dan Hughes
and Dave Romain in the mile relay at the Penn Relays Carnival in Philadelphia today and tomorrow.

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