Favored Runners Face HC; '55 Will Meet Huntington

The Crimson's track team should emerge from tomorrow's 1:30 p.m. track meet against Holy Cross with its unbeaten record still intact--in fact, there is doubt that the visitors will be able to score more than 25 or 30 points. The freshmen should experience a little more trouble from Huntington, but not enough to threaten their winning streak.

Coach Jaakko Mikkola will juggle some of his middle distance men. The interesting switch will place crack two-miler Dave Gregory in the mile. Gregory ran the mile once before this season against Northeastern in the first meet of the year. In this race, he was only a shade over 4:31, despite the loss of a shoe on the first lap.

Curran Will Run

Bob Curran, one of the Crimson's top sprinters last year, will run his first 40 yard dash of the year tomorrow. Curran has been bothered by a leg injury the past few weeks.

Freshmen who will be closely watched are Herb Collins in the sprints, Bob Rittenberg in the hurdles and broad jump, and Dave Ingle in the mile.