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By BILL PHELPS.
Michigan's track men will lace
on their competition spikes again
Saturday for the first time since
spring vacation as they hit the
cinders in the annual Ohio Relays
at Columbus.
Coach Don Canham said that
he will Just spread the team out
to get as many of the boys into
action as possible.
"We could probably win many
of the events we're entered in if
we concentrated our team into
the best combinations, he esti-
mated. "But we're just trying to
pick out the best runners to make
up our teams for next weekend's
Penn Relays."
Some of the Wolverine combin-
ations should have above-average
chances despite their random
composition. The distance-medley
team features four runners who
have run consistently well this
winter. Quartermiler Brian Gib-
son will lead off, followed by half-
miles Earl Deardorff. Dave Martin
will then carry the baton for three
quarters of a mile and Ergas Leps

will bring it the last mile to the
tape.
The 440-yd. relay team will
miss ailing John Gregg, but with
sophomore speedster Jeff Engel
running in his place, the fast
trio of Dick Cephas, Bennie Mc-
Rae and Tom Robinson should be
able to hold the pace. These latter
three will team with Len Cercone
in the 880-yd. relay where Robin-
son's outstanding speed will be of
great help.
Michigan's two-mile relay team
that has done so well indoors this
winter will be temporarily separ-
ated for this meet as Canham
shifts Deardoff, Martin, and Tony
Seth into other events. He is re-
placing them with Fred Montour,
Frank Geist, and Wally Schafer
to precede regular anchor man
Leps.
Several of the field competitors
will also take part in Saturday's
meet. Sophomore high - jumper
Steve Williams, who tied the in-
door Versity record this winter,
will see action along with shot-
putters Terry Trevarthen and
broadjumper Les Bird.

-Daily--Bill Peips
DISTANCE MEDLEY TEAM-This quartet of Bryan Gibson, Earl Deardorff, Dave Martin and Ergas
Leps is part of a contingent Michigan is sending to the Ohio Relays this weekend.

SPORT SHORTS:
NHL Chooses 1960 All-Star Players

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL-Scoring champion
Bobby Hull and durable Glenn
Hall of the Chicago Black Hawks
plus two members each of the
kingpin Montreal Canadiens and
the Detroit Red Wings gained
positions on the National Hockey
League's All-Star team yesterday.
Hall, the only goalie to play a
full slate of 70 regular season
games, edged out Jacques Plante,
Montreal's masked netminder, by
a single point, 106-105, in the two-
pronged voting by sportswriters
and broadcasters in each of the
circuit's six cities.
Also named to the first team
were right winger Gordie Howe
and defenseman Marcel Pronovost
of Detroit and center Jean Beli-
veau and defenseman Doug Har-
vey of Montreal.
In order to equate overall sea-
son play, one vote was taken
based on games through Dec. 31

and the second ballot based on
games from Jan. 1 through the
completion of the regular season.
* * *
Johansson, Patterson Sign
NEW YORK-Ingemar Johans-
son and Floyd Patterson, the man
he dethroned last June, signed
contracts yesterday to meet in a
return bout for the world heavy-
No Tennis Meet
Yesterday's tennis meet be-
tween Michigan and the Uni-
versity of Detroit was postponed
because of wet courts. It was
to be the Wolverines' home
opener.
weight boxing championship on
Monday, June 20, at the Polo
Grounds.
The signings took place this
morning at the office of the New
York State Athletic Commission

thus putting an end to months of
verbal sparring, managerial bick-
ering and legal entanglements.
The agreement calls for Pat-
terson to give Johansson a return
bout under the promotion of
Feature Sports, Inc., should he
regain the title. If Johansson re-
peats his victory of last June 26,
when he knocked out Patterson in
the third round at Yankee Sta-
dium, he will be free to dicker
with whomever he pleases.
* * *
New Basketball League
CHICAGO-The American bas-
ketball League was formed yes-
terday with franchises going to
Cleveland, Chicago, Los Angeles,
San Francisco, Kansas City and
Washington, D.C.
Abe Saperstein was named act-
ing president. The owner of the
Harlem Globetrotters and part-
owner of the Philadelphia War-
riors of the NBA.

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