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Page . Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 1, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 1, 1972

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Isaac seeks
By CHUCK BLOOM
"Stu Isaac is, without a doubt,. e
the best swimmer Michigan
has."
This testimonial is from In- SWIMMING-Big T
diana coach "Doc" Counsilman,
a man -with considerable knowl-
edge of swimming talent. The HOCKEY-Minnesot
tanker in question is sophomore TRACK-Big Ten M
Stu Isaac, star breaststroker for SWIMMING-Big T
the Wolverines. GYMNASTICS-Big
Isaac, a psychology major
from Amherst, New York, is the BASKETBALL-at 1
established favorite in the HOCKEY-Minnesot
1breaststroke in this weekend's TRC-iTeM
Big Ten Championships in East TRACK-Big Ten
Lansing. SWIMMING-Big T
After finishing fifth in last GYMNASTICS-Big
year's meet, Isaac is confident
that he can win it all this time. our breaststroke probl
"Of course, I want to win," sure," states the Indiana
says Isaac. "I will be disappoint- Despite being onlya
ed if I don't and so will Coach more, Isaac has gained
(Gus) Stager." recognition. But it is
Stager voiced these same sen- national recognition h
timents. "Stu is swimming much for, but instead, a
better at this point in the sea- championship.
son than he did last year. His "It won't be easy to w
main area of improvement has swimming aaginst Br
been that he is more consistent. of USC, the world rec
His attitude is better than it ers, and Tom Bruce o
was." the American record ho
Counsilman tried hard to re- I'm swimming better rn
cruit Isaac. In fact, he started last year and my conf
after Stu in his sophomore year increased."
in high school. But Isaac had Of course, the drean
other ideas. swimmers is to go to t
"I wanted to go to either Yale mer Olympic Games, V
or Michigan. I wanted a school to be held in Munich, C
with a good reputation, especial- "I'd really like to go, b
ly in the field of psychology. many others," says Isa
Besides, I liked Coach Stager a advantage for me ist
lot better than the Yale coach." USA coach (Don Gan
Counsilman himself regrets Harvard) was my coa
the loss.."He would have solved this past summer."

national

Week in Sports
TOMORROW
en Championships at Michigan State
FRIDAY
ta at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
feet at Ohio State
en Championships at Michigan State
Ten Championships at Illinois
SATURDAY
Michigan State
ta at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
eet at Ohio State
en Championships at Michigan State
Ten Championships at Illinois

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fame
yourself up in the long lengths.
Also, turns, which I'm good at,
don't count that much."
Stager, unfortunately, doesn't
quite share Isaac's optimism
concerning his chances of win-
ning the NCAA. "Stu could win
but I don't think he's mentally
tough enough right now."
Isaac started competitive
swimming at the age of nine,
and as a backstroker. "As a
youngster, swimming helped me
a lot. I guess it helped my ego
somewhat. Through swimming,
I've met a lot of great people
and have gone to places I never
would've gone to."
Isaac is constantly improving,
so when he becomes a senior he
should be one of the best, if not
the finest, breaststroker in the
country. But unlike some other
big-name swimmers, Isaac will
not take a blase attitude toward
swimming.
"It's fun. Anyway, it saves on
deqdorant bills."

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ems, for
.a mentor.
a sopho-
national
not the
e shoots
national
in. I'll be
ian Job
prd hold-
f UCLA,
lder. But
ow than
idence is
m for all
he Sum-
this year
Germany.
but so do
ac. "One
that the
rmbril of
ach over

The National trials, which in
essence are Olympic qualifica-
tions, will be held in Chicago on
August 2-6. The breaststroke
trial will be held as one race
only and is expected to be the
.closest event of the meet.,
Isaac explained the problem
in training for that type of race.
"The main difference between
that and collegiate swimming is
the course. In the Olympics, the
long course (25 meters) has less
turns. So you have to build
WCHA Standings

Breaststroke ace Isaac

Experienced Wolverine netters
hope for record setting season

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North Dakota
Michigan State
Duluth
Michigan Tech
Colorado College
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tions-March 13, 1972.

{ Today's Game
Colorado at Duluth
Friday's Games.
Colorado at Duluth
Michigan State at Notre Dame
Minnesota at MICHIGAN (four
pts.)
Denver at Wisconsin (four pts.)
North Dakota at Michigan Tech
Saturday's Games
Michigan State at Notre Dame
Minnesota at MICHIGAN
(four pts.)
North Dakota at Michigan Tech

ts By GEORGE HASTINGS
46 What dd you do for an encore
40 when you've won four straight Big
40 Ten tennis championships, have
38 been the leading Midwest tennis
30 power for several years, and yet
26 still can't seem to draw very many
26 students to watch the meets?
24 Wolverine tennis coach Brian
14 Eisner has an answer: "Improve."
"There's no question that this
year's team is better than last
year's," Eisner says. "It's the best
I've had in my three years here
as coach." He feels that if the
Wolverines have ever had a team
which should draw fans, this one
should be it.
The Michigan squad has five of
its top six men back from last
year's winning crew, including its
top three, and also sports two of
the top freshmen in the midwest.
The Wolverines' big names that
return are Joel Ross, Tim Ott, and

Dick Ravreby, who held down the]
first three singles posts in 1971.
Ross is the reigning Big Ten sin-
gles champion, while he and
Ravreby also combined for run-
nerup spot in the number three
doubles.
Perhaps the most improved of
the returnees is last year's number
five singles man, Kevin Senich.
Senich was the Wolverines' top
performer in the recent Western
Indoor Tournament in Cleveland,
reaching the singles finals, and
also teamed with freshman Jerry
Karzen to take the doubles cham-
pionship.
Karzen and Jeff Miller repre-
sent an excellent freshman addi-
tion to the talent-laden Michigan
squad. Karzen has taken over the
number six singles spot and has
demonstrated his doubles ability.
But Miller's early success is even
more amazing.
Following an outstanding prep
career in Scotch Plains, New Jer-
sey (where he was a member of
the U.S. junior Davis Cup team),
Miller is threatening to take
away the first ,singles position
from the defending conference
champ, Ross. The pair will play
a match tonight to decide who
will start the season as first sin-
gles.
The success of Miller has dlrop-
ped Ott from second to third
singles in the Wolverine line-up,
with Senich now fourth, Ravreby
fifth, and Karzen sixth.
Losing out in the shuffle was
last year's number six singles man,

Mike Ware, despite the fact that
he had a fine season in 1971 and
is playing even'better tennis this
year. Although he won the Big
Ten number six singles last year,
and also teamed with Ott to win
the number two doubles, he still
finds himself as seventh man on
this year's team, illustrating the
Wolverine's improvement.
Filling out the twelve man
squad are seniors Andy Geller and
Randy Toig, junior Rick Turet-
sky, and freshmen Steve Mont-
ross and Ed Johnson.-
The Wolverines are the. favor-
ites again in the Big Ten, but
Eisner expects tough competition
from 1971 runnerup Indiana, Illi-
nois, and Iowa. Michigan's highest
goal this year, though, beyond
winning the Big Ten, is to crash
into the top ten in the NCAA
meet. Despite their four straight
Big Ten wins, the best the Wol-
verines have been able. to do in
recent years was 13th in the coun-
try in 1970.
The netmen have their chance
to earn a little national pres-
tige immediately, as they start
their season with a spring tour of
Texas. Three of their opponents
are teams which finished in the
top ten last year.
The first Michigan foe will be
Trinity, second in 1971 and this
year's NCAA favorite. Next will
be Corpus Christi and Southern
Methodist, who were- fifth and
tenth, respectively, and then
Texas A & M. The Big Ten sea-
son does 'not start until April.

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By The Associated Press
After defeating Minnesota last
Saturday to take the Big Ten
lead, Michigan became a newcom-
er to the Associated Press Top
Twenty basketball poll, placing
16th.]
UCLA, who remained on top
again in this week's poll, is the
only remaining undefeated col-
lege basketball team in the na-
tion after Marquette's stunning
70-49 defeat at the hands of De-
troit over the weekend.
The Warriors, who received one
first place vote a week ago, drop-
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ped from the second spot in the
poll to fifth.
Louisville, 20-2, edged North
Carolina, 20-3, for the runner-up
spot, but both were well behind
UCLA. The Cardinals, who whip-
ped Cinncinati 93-73 in their only
outing last week, received, 637
votes while the Tar Heels, victors
over Georgia Tech and Virginia
last week, had 620.
Detroit, whose post - season
hopes were brightened by the up-
set of Marquette, received sev-
eral votes, but not ..enough to
crack the Top Twenty.
Pennsylvania holds the fourth
spot with Long Beach State, Brig-
ham Young, South Carolina, Mar-
shall, and Florida State following
Marquette to round out the Top
Ten.
1. UCLA 41 23-e 820
2. Louisville 20-2 637
3. North Carolina 20-3 620
4. Pennsylvania 20-2 573
5. Marquette 22-1 442
6. Long Beach St. 23-3 405
7. Brigham Young 20-3 354
8. South Carolina 19-4 321
9. Marshall 22-2 271
10. Florida St. 22-4 235
11. SW Louisiana 22-3 149
12. Virginia 20-4 111
13. Houston 19-5 108
14. Ohio State 16-5 90
15. Hawaii 24-2 83
16. MICHIGAN 13-7. 49
17. Oral Roberts 22-1 48
18. Maryland 19-4 46
19. Missouri 19-4 39
20. Memphis St. 19-5 36
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