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play be j An-j Kansas Bill Marlon's Pacelli track lirsch. Allen Thomson, Tom Ploy- team will put its Parochial - Pri- hart. Bob King. Lloyd Braun. School Indoor track cham- Gary Schmit, Randy Kolb, Gary in Har- Friday, April 13. 1962 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD-9 Pace/// Thinclads to Defend Title pionship on the line Saturday at I Walsh, Mike Hennessy. Denny the University of Minnesota field-1 Maschaka, Jim Blowers. Roger house. (Pump, Gary Gondreau. Tom Mc- Pat Mason, Jim LeDuc, Hoerter. Du- Preliminary events will be held' at 10:30 a. m., with the finals good who curve who victory beginning at 1 p. m. Pacelli scored a convincing victory victory last year, outpointing run- nerup DeLaSalle of Minneapolis, 33*2 to 22. The Shamrocks will be represented represented by 32 athletes in the big classic, but senior Ed Hanson, who usually participates in the low hurdles, 880 and mile relay events, will not make the trip. Instead, Hanson will visit the dentist. Marton figures the Shamrocks have a chance to repeat, although be expects strong competition LaSalle. Hill and Benilde Benilde of the Twin Cities and Shattuck Shattuck of Faribault. which bested 'acelli in a dual indoor meet last Saturday. Those who will compete in the meet are Mike Wahlen, Bob Quinn, Brian Callahan, Bill Gob- ane Crandall, Wayne Dankert. John Adams, Tom Hillan, Frank JBaumgart. Bill Larson, William Kress. Roger Murphy, Bob Kasak. Kasak. Tom Walsh and Gary Sveja- kowski. Callahan is slated to compete in four events, the 70 - yard low hurdles, 60 - yard dash. 880 run and shot put. Meanwhile, coach Don Carlson's Pacelli baseball team is slated to play at Charles City Saturday, if weather conditions permit. Carlson Carlson expects to start veteran righthander Art Clennon with Leroy Leroy Baruth slated for relief duty. Others certain to see action are catcher Fred Sippel. shortstop Dan Daly, third baseman Jerry Kurina. second baseman Bill Combs and first baseman Mike Christopherson. Two games will be played, starting at 1 p. m.