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lcemen Take On Colorado

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Michigan Hosts Track Relays

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By PERRY HOOD
Michigan's high-scoring hockey
sextet will come to grips with
WCHA cellar-dwelling Colorado
College this weekend with hopes
of taking over undisputed first
place in the conference.
The Wolverines are presently
tied with Minnesota in the stand-
ings, while the Gophers will tackle
tougher Michigan State.

WANTED
CARRIERS TO DELIVER

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Colorado comes into the series
with a 1-3 league record. sporting
a sole 6-2 victory over Michigan
State, losing out to the Spartans
in the second game of the pair,
5-4. North Dakota handled the
Tigers in style, 7-2 and 5-3.
Four Straight
Michigan meanwhile has rolled
ahead to four straight victories,
two of them over perennially stub-
ef Duel Tops

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Dual Swim Meet Action

born Michigan Tech. The Wolver-
ines piled up 11 points against the
Huskies to strengthen their over-
all season scoring average at 7.75
goals per game.
Leading Michigan scorer is jun-
ior Gary Butler with 20 tallies and
20 assists for 40 points, followed by
captain Gordie Wilke and sopho-
more Wilfred Martin. Martin is
tied for the league scoring lead
with John Simus of Colorado,
after piling up two goals and
three assists against Tech last
weekend.
Beat Wolverines Twice
In the first intercollegiate games
ever played by Colorado in 1940
the Tigers swept two games from
the Wolverines, and repeated this
performance during last year's
dismal season. The Michigan men
hold the edge in the rivalry how-
ever, with 26 victories against 18
defeats, two matches ending in
ties.
Senior goalkeeper Art Warwick
will be facing Michigan's Bob
Gray. Warwick, averaging well
over four goals-against per game
this year, finished last year with
a 5.0 goals-against average. Gray,
meanwhile has held opponents to
less than three goals per contest.

By CHARLIE TOWLE
Michigan's assistant track coach
Dave Martin will attempt to turn
bat-infested Ydst Field House into
an indoor track palace at the
Michigan Relays today.
With 675 entrants from some of
the leading colleges and universi-
ties in this area represented, the
FREE RELAYS
Today's Michigan Relays and
all other home meets sponsored
by the United States Track and
Field Federation will be free to
all students showing their ID
cards, Coach Don Canham has
announced.
relays promise to be exciting track
and field fare. Some of the insti-
tutions sending trackmen are
Michigan State with dashman
Sherman Lewis and twg-miler
Dick Sharkey, Western Michigan,
K e n t u c k y, Chicago, Bowling
Green, Central State and of course
defending Big Ten co-champions,
Michigan.
The relays are the first meet

Martin has organized since assum-
ing the assistant track coach's
duties at Michigan. Yesterday
Martin, nursing a cold, was fran-
tically trying to convince a print-
ing concern that he had indeed
ordered 2,000 programs and not
the 200 he had received.
For the relays Martin has sched-
uled 32 events. In line with the
Michigan Track and Field.Federa-
tion's, sponsors of the meet, policy
of developing all ages and groups
in track, Martin has scheduled five
women's events, five novice events,
two high school events and twen-
ty university and college level
events.
Evening Events
Most of the senior events are
scheduled for the evening starting
at 6:30 with the high jump finals
and finishing up at 10:15 with the
university mile relay. The first
running event is the shuttle hurdle
relay at 7:15. The only senior
men's event scheduled for the aft-
ernoon is the broad jump, which
opens the relay at 1:00.
Some of the more interesting
events on the schedule are the
two-mile and distance relays and

the high jump event. The relays
will feature the crack teams from
Big Ten cross country champion
Michigan State, Western Michigan
and Michigan.
The high jump will feature
Michigan's Al Ammerman, Bob
Densham and the Littlejohn
brothers of Kalamazoo, all capable
of going 6'9". In addition to these,
Bowling Green's Andy Schramm,
a national class two miler, should
keep Michigan's Chris Murray
busy. It's all free with a student
I.D. card today.

Phone 662-3241

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By BILL BULLARD
A backstroke duel between two
of the best in the country, Mich-
igan's Ed Bartsch and Princeton's
Jed Graef, will highlight tomor-
row's dual meet between these two
teams at 4 p.m. in the Matt Mann
Pool.
Bartsch is currently one-up on
Graef, having won the NCAA 200-
yard backstroke title over Graef
last March. But the Tiger senior
has turned in better times than
Bartsch so far this season and
probably qualifiestas the favorite
in tomorrow's race.
Even Record
The Princeton squad as a whole
does not appear to be as strong
as in recent years. After placing
tenth or better in the NCAA Meet
the past three years, the present
dual meet record of 3-3 is not im-
pressive.
The Tigers have no one to re-
place graduated Gardiner Green,
an NCAA co-champion breast-

stroker at 100 yards last season,
but sophomore John Kalmbach
has already set one varsity record
and tied another and has been a
help in dual meets.
Kalmbach swam these times
against Navy in December. His
2:07.1 in the 200-yard individual
medley broke the old Tiger record
by almost a second. In the 200-
yard butterfly, Kalmbach tied the
mark of 2:05.0.
Another outstanding team mem-
ber is Scott Andrews. The senior
diver is undefeated so far this
season.
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