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April 14, 1972 - Image 8

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Friday, April 14, 1 972

i'a ge Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Friday, April 14, 1972

1. A loaf of bread
2. A jug of wine
3. Your radio tuned to
WCBN-FM 89.5

Ne tters


After sweeping their three
game home set last weekend,
Michigan's tennis team will try
to duplicate that feat this week-
end with three away matches.
Today they travel to Evanston,
Illinois to take on the Wild-
cats of Northwestern. Saturday
they will go to Madison, to tan-
gle with Wisconsin and Tues-
day they take on Toledo Uni-

Northwestern offers a young
team, no seniors, but experi-
enced as they have four re-
turning lettermen led by num-
ber one man Bob Riessen, a jun-
ior, who is the nephew of Wild-
cat Coach Clare Riessen. Fol-
lowing him in order are Doug
Conant, John Vagoser, Ken
Cohen, Steve Casati, and Pete
So far this year Northwest-
ern has netted an unimpres-
sive record of 1-3, beating only
Ohio State 6-3 in their lone Big
Ten encounter. The Wildcats
do enjoy a home court advan-
tage however as they are the
only team in the Big Ten to
have Rubico courts. Coach Brian
Eisner described them as:
"They're made of crushed shale.
The footing is quite slippery,
and the bounce is quite high.
It gives them a great advantage
over the others who come in to
play there. We'll have to make

a big transition when we go
Northwestern is second only to
Michigan in the number of Big
Ten championships won, but
they are currently at a low ebb,
as they finished seventh in the
conference last year.
In what looks to be the
toughest of the three matches,
Michigan will play Wisconsin
the following day. It will be an-
other transition as the Wol-
verines will play indoors at
Niellson Tennis Center.
"They've got a fairly deep
team, not overpowering up on
top, but the lower positions and
doubles teams are very strong.
From number one to number
six they're pretty equal," com-
mented Eisner.
The Badgers' record stands at
6-6. Their most impressive win
was an 8-1 thrashing of Ohio
State, but they lost to Indiana
7-2, and to Notre Dame 6-3.
Last year they had a 14-6 re-

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cord, but all six losses w(
the Big Ten.
The number one man
has been Bob Kessler v
2-6 record, but he could 1
placed by number two mar
Swartz who owns a 7-1
Those two and number
man Pat Klingellhots all e
letters last year on their
place team. Michigan beat
6-3 in their match in An
bor last year.
In the last of the three
Michigan faces the Toledc
kets. It will be a homec
for Eisner as he guide
Rockets to three straight
ference championships
coming to Michigan.
then they've kept the
alive pushing it to six.
coach now, Pete Kramer
merly played for Eisner.
Toledo hasn't had too
luck so far, owning a 2-6
this spring. Their two win
twin 9-0 beatings of West
lina. They have four reti
lettermen, led by numbe
Bryan Engel, a junior si
his third letter. Following
will be in order, Jim Davis
Brown, Tim Thomas, and
Engelhaupt. Davis is the
Michigan will go wit
same lineup; Joel Ross,
Miller, Dick Ravreby. Tin
Kevin Senich, and Jerry K
with Mike Ware ready to
stitute in doubles. Ail
could be a problem as FS
has had a severe cold this
and Karzen has experien,
slight back pull. Ware saw
of action last year and v
an able replacement shoul
need arise. Eisner also pls
lettan some of the othr s-
tutes play doubles againf
weak Toledo squad.


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