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By BOB ROMANOFF
Hindered by the graduation of
five lettermen, Michigan's tennis
team was stopped in its bid for a
fourth consecutive Big Ten title
Entering the season with a phe-
nomenal record of 45 straight
dual meet victories, the Wolver-
ines were able to add two more
to their s t r i n g before being
stopped by a rugged Notre Dame
The next match with Illinois
gave Michigan its second straight
loss, 6,3, but, it then went on to
win its remaining matches.
Despite the loss of five stars,
however, the team finished a sur-
prisingly strong third. The losses
tlrough graduation i n c 1u d e d
number one usingles star Barry
MacKay, who is making a name
for himself as one of the United
States' Davis Cup stars.
Coach Bill Murphy had four
veterans around which to build
the team. They included this
year's captain Jon Erickson and
Captain John Harris who had won
the fourth and fifth singles
championships respectively. These
two moved into the first and sec-
In the third singles Murphy in-
stalled Bob Sassone who had
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final round at the Wimbledon ond place would have been Michi MacDonald, Mike Gordo:
gan star who led the '57 tennis tournament. gan's if they won the doubles or Badger, Fran Lemery, Larn
team to the Big Ten and NCAA Murray Rose, crafty Australian the Illini dropped one of its mon, Dick Anderson and1
championships, headed an Amer- left-hander and his own doubles matches. Such was not the case student Larry Zaitzeff.
can contingent this year in its partner,: out-played MacKay in though. If Hernando and flubi4
the quarter-finals to knock him This year Michigan has a 'good their classroom difficulti4
battle for the Wimbledon crown and America's chances out of'the chance to'regain. the title. Only live up to their rave notice
and Davis Cup. tourney. John Harris .will graduate and the returning veterans.
The lanky 6'3" power-server, Hard-fighting MacKay, a vic- among the sophomores are some with experience, then Mi(
from Dayton, Ohio, was the only tim of inexperience bowed, 6-2, of the best to wear Michigan tennis team shouldn't have
American to make the quarter- 6-4, 6-4. colors. a back seat to anybody.
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