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By ED ZALENSKI
Daily Sports Editor
Michigan, leading contender for the
indoor Conference track crown, and
Ohio State, 1942 Big Ten champion,
will lead'a field of Midwestern cinder
squads in the annual Michigan State
Relay Carnival tonight at 7 p.m. in
the Jenison Field House at East Lan-
Strongest additional entries include
Notre Dame and Michigan State with
Western Michigan, Albion, Michigan
Normal and Kalamazoo all listed on
One Carnival record that is expec-
ted to fall will be the mark in the spe-
cial 300-yard invitational event. Bob
Ufer, the Wolverines' national indoor
quar; er-mile champion, tops a fast
field consisting of Jim Kerwin, West-
ern Michigan; Russ Owen, the Buck-
eyes' 1943 Sugar Bowl champion at
440-yards; Dale Kaulitz and Lloyd
Whetter, Michigan State; and pos-
sibly Notre Dame's Gene Fehlig.
Ufer's current indoor record is 48.1
seconds set in the 440-yard dash in
the 1942 Conference meet. The goal
of this fast six-man field will be the
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world's record of 31.2 which a former
Spartan star, Fred Alderman, estab-
lished in 1927 at the Illinois Relays.
Varsity Quartets Strong
Interest will also be centered on the
two-mile and one-mile relay races in
which the 1Michigan teams will rule
as favorites. The Maize and Blue mile
relay quartet of Willie Glas, Jim
Sears, Len Alkon and Bob Ufer ran
3:23.6 against Michigan State in a
dual meet this week as compared to
Ohio State's winning time of 3:35.9
Coach Ken Doherty's crack two-
mile team of Bob Ufer, Captain Dave
Matthews, John Roxborough and Ross
Hume triumphed at Millose recently
in 7:47, and rules as a heavy favorite.
Frsh Team Entered
Opening event will be the first heat
of the 15-yard high hurdles at 7 p.m.
followed by the 75-yard dash, and 75-
yard low hurdles. A special 600-yard
run, a 1,000-yard event and the mile
will draw the individual track aces.
Field events are limited to the pole
vault, shot put, and high jump. Doh-
erty has entered teams in the Varsity
sprint medley, the distance medley
and the shuttle hurdle event. A Fresh-
man medley team will also compete.
Pur pe Today
A title-bound Michigan mat squad
will seek to add another Big Ten scalp
to its Conference collection this after-
noon at Evanston, Ill., in a match
Victorious over Ohio State and In-
diana in its only two Conference ap-
pearances, Coach Ray Courtright's
Wolverine grapplers were heavy fav-
orites to whip the Wildcat wrestlers.
Michigan's victory over Indiana last
month removed the stiffest obstacle
from the team's path to a Conference
Injury to Larry Loftus who wrestled
at both 121 and 128 pounds, weakened
the team considerably. With Loftus
out for the season Courtright has
been forced to use Max Luikart at 121
pounds, pushing Dick Kopel up to
The rest of the lineup remains in-
tact with Hal Rudel At 136, Captain
Manley Johnson at 145, Pete Speek at
155, Bob Allen at 165, Tom Mueller
at 175, and Johnny Greene in the
Only one hurdle remains in Michi-
gan's uninterrupted march to the 1943
Conference championship-a match
with Illinois at Champaign Monday
night. A victory over the Illini grap-
plers will send the Wolverines into
the Big Ten Championships at Chi-
cago March 5-6 as favorites.
Having defeated a previously un-
beaten Michigan State squad here
Wednesday night, the Varsity wrest-
lers will have engaged in three match-
es in six days. Whether or not the
strain is too much will be seen in the
next few days.
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Daily Sports Editor
By JOE MHALE
Michigan offense in tonight's contest.
However, Bill has been at practice
only five times recently and is not in
the best of shape.
Both Bradley and Athens played
wings on the second Wolverine line
this year. Bradley is a scrappy skater
with a very fast shot at the nets and
if he can get close enough to the Paris
nets may connect for a goal.
The Michigan defense will remain
the same as it has all -year, with Bob
Stenberg and Bob Derleth at the de-
fense posts, and Captain Hank Loud
tending the ice in front of the nets.
It will be up to these men to keep the
high scoring Canadians from running
up a big score.
Two newcomers to the Michigan
hockey' scene will be on the second
line. Teaming up with either Bradley
Bob Mulligan. Mulligan promises to
be the best of the two tonight, as
already he has rounded his high,
lightning like shot into form. His
skating still is a bit rusty and won't
be in form for another week or so.
The Michigan offense will have to
be on their toes to push the puck past
the Paris goalie, Lloyd England.
vGeorge Kraeger, 200 -pound
guard on last fall's Wolverine Frosh
eleven, came close to making Mich-.
igan track history yesterday after-
noon at Yost Field House when he
heaved the 16-pound shot 45 feet,
8 ,!i inches.
F'rosh Coach Chet Stackhouse
dug back through freshman record
books and discovered that Kraeger's
toss was the second best in Michi-
gan history. Bill Watson, a former
Wolverine track great, heaved the
iron ball 48 ft, 5 in. as a freshman.
"STAND BY FOR ACTION"
IHE MICHIGAN WOLVERINE
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
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