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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, April 2, 1978-Page 9_

Netters thrash Kentucky
By PETE LEININGER (tartan) gave him problems." Shaufler edged out Jack Webb 6-2, 6-5 in Scotty Webb, winning their "match 6-3,
'he Michigan tennis team, playing BRAD HOLLAND of Michigan a hard fought match. 6-0.


their toughest opponent so far this
season, came away with an impressive
6-3 win over Kentucky. "Overall I was
very pleased with the effort, they are
very solid all the way down the line,"
said Michigan coach Brian Eisner.
In first singles play Michigan's Jeff
Etterbeek, after some early problems,
easily ousted John Moneypenny, 6-3, 6-
1. "I was real pleased with my play,"
said Etterbeek. "I felt relaxed and took
my time. He (Moneypenny) had a very
good serve but I think the court surface

downed Scott Smith 6-2, 6-2 in second
singles action. Smith had trouble with
his shots throughout the match, hitting
a number of easy shots out or into the
"Smith has played in 12 or 13 of the
team's 18 meets at first singles," com-
mented Holland.
Holland cited the third game of the
second set as the turning point, in which
he held service. "He (Smith) was ahead
2-1 at the time. I ended up winning the
game and went on to win the next four.'
In third singles play, Michigan's Jud

BOTH PLAYERS, each measuring
over 6-7, were power-hitters. But as it
turned out well-placed drop shots and
short cross-court shots provided most
of the winners.
"We kept on trading (the lead).
Neither of us could hold service,"
stated Shaufler. "At the very end he
kept coming in and pressured me to.
make good shots."
The tightest match of the night was in
fourth singles play, where Kentucky's
Lydell Pickett defeated Ihor Debryn 6-
7, 6-3, 7-5.
After being tied 6-6, Debryn took the
first set, winning the nine point tie-
breaker (first player to get five points).
IN FIFTH singles play Michigan's
Jack Neinkeim made short work of

In sixth singles Kentucky's Martin
La Chapelle downed Peter Osler 6-7, 6
4, 7-5. "He (La Chapelle) had a good
game but Peter came back strong,"
said Eisner.
IN FIRST doubles Etterbeek-
Shaufler easily defeated Moneypenny-
Pickett 6-3, 6-1. "Etterbeek is tremen-
dous; we just got wiped out in first
singles," said Kentucky coach Graddy
Second doubles play saw Kentucky's
Smith-J. Webb defeat Nienkeim .
Holland 0-6, 6-2, 7-6 with a 5-2 tie-
breaker. "They (Kentucky) put their
first doubles team down to second this
meet," said Eisner.

Crosby lifts women
past Wildcats, 5-4

Special to The Daily
MADISON - It was do-or-die for
Elaine Crosby and the women's tennis
team yesterday in the first day of the
Wisconsin Quadrangular yesterday.
And Crosby, who originally wasn't even
supposed to be playing, came through,
catapulting the Wolverines to a 5-4 vic-
tory over the tough Northwestern Wild-
After starting out in a hole by drop-
ping two of the three doubles matches,
the netters rallied to knot the score at 4-
4 behind singles victories by Kathy Kar-
zen, Susan Weber and Kathy
THAT SET the stage for Crosby's
match against Northwestern's Julie

Nolan. The Wolverine sophomore, who
saw only limited action last year and
made the trip as a substitute, took the
match in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3.
Coach John Atwood was profuse in
his praise for Crosby. "She just played
terrific. She was really pounding her
ground strokes, and she never let up.
"That was a very important win for
us," Atwood added. "It was one of the
most emotional matches we've ever
been in."
In the remaining two-thirds of the
Quad, the Wolverines are currently tied
with the hosting Badgers 3-3 after the
singles competition. They have yet to
face Michigan State, and are scheduled
to complete both matches this morning.

A lecture by DR. WERNER GLAS
Director, Waldorf Institute of Mercy College of Detroit

Thursday, ApriI 13
8:00 p.m.

Rudolf Steiner
1923 Geddes Ave.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

AP Photo
One, two, three, kick!
David Bradford (left) of the Detroit Express outmaneuvers a Tulsa
opponent (not shown) in a North American Soccer League debut for both
teams. The Express scored two goals within 58 seconds in the first half,
Lien hield on to shave the Roughnecks, 2-1.

No student tickets for ND, OSU?

Tke pa &i i i WWl.
Sponfnovd NtJ I(ic'Piudoof Ofcillc 91difafc of f w ( nf (okvq Arrr
The Department of Philosophy
is pleased to announce the
1978 Tanner Lecture
Time: Friday, April 7, 1978
Place: Rackham Amphitheatre
the lecture is open to the public

The dream of following Michigan
football in 1978 on the road as well as at
home is only a game ticket away.
However, getting that ticket may be a
lot harder for, road games this fall than
the contests in Ann Arbor.
The reason is that Michigan plays
Notre Dame in South Bend and Ohio
State in Columbus, and there might not
be any tickets left for students at
However, applications for single
game tickets at Wisconsin, Iowa and
Northwestern, as well as home games
against Illinois, Duke, Arizona, Min-
nesota and Purdue will be accepted
starting tomorrow at the Ticket Office
on Hoover.
Michigan State tickets might be sold
only as part of the season ticket plan.
The problem is that tickets might be
available, even to the biggies, but no
one knows for sure. Ticket manager Al
Renfrew has been out of town and
unavailable for comment to clarify the
Therefore, we offer these
suggestions, based on buying single
game and road tickets in the past:
" Bring a valid Michigan ID.
" Don't expect to be able to buy more
than two tickets per game.

* Don't expect to be able to buy tickets
with more than one ID, yours will be
accepted, and only yours.
" Bring money to pay for the tickets in
And finally, don't get your hopes up
too high.
Davis sticks
Special to The Daily
CAPE CORAL, Fla.-Led by smooth-
swinging senior Doug Davis, the
Michigan men 's golf team grabbed
eleventh place in this weekend's Cape
Coral Intercollegiate tournament.
Davis fashioned a one-under-par 71
yesterday to go with his previous scores
of 72, 67 and 79. His four-round total of
289 (one over) was good enough to place
him fourth overall, six strokes back of
medalist Greg Olson of Florida.
Olson's shotmakipg led the Gators to
the team title with a score of 1140. The
Wolverines took 1203 strokes in the 72-
hole event.
After 36 holes Michigan was very
much in contention, only five shots out
of fourth place. But on Friday the
scores began to skyrocket.
"I think that our nerves got to us a lit-
tle," said coach Bill Newcombe. "But I

was pleased to see us right in there af-
ter two rounds, this early in the
Wolverine Frank Sims followed
Davis for Michigan with a 304 total,
while teammate Eddie Humenik put
together three solid rounds (71, 81, 79)
after being disqualified on the first day
by signing an incorrect scorecard.
Hoosiers forfeit
Eleven players do not a lacrosse
team make. Indiana's stickmen lear-
ned that the hard way yesterday on the
Tartan Turf.
The Hoosiers arrived with only nine
players; one too few to put a team on
the field. The game was forfeited and
two more players showed up. So the
Wolverines played a running time
exhibition game against the under-
manned Indiana club. The results were
predictably disastrous as Michigan won
the exhibition 16-0. The lopsided tally
goes into the record books as a 1-0
Wolverine win.
"I'm glad we could use this game to
try some exotic things that might come
in handy if we need to do something dif-

ferent in the future," commented a
visibly pleased Michigan coach Bob
DiGiovanni. "They really played much
better tonight, although it was hard to
tell because of the competition."
The Blue was led by top scorers Chris
Phillips with seven goals along with Ed
Anderson, who tallied two goals and
three assists.
Ford honored
LOS ANGELES (AP)- Phil Ford,
North Carolina's All-America guard,
was named yesterday as the winner of
the John Wooden Award, given by the
Los Angeles Athletic Club to the
nation's top college basketball player.
Ford polled 697 points to barely edge
Marquette guard Butch Lee, who had
689 in the nationwide balloting by sports
Ford starred for the Tar Heels for
four years and played on the gold medal
winning U.S.\ basketball team at the
1976 Montreal Olympics.
The announcement was made during
a news conference at the LAAC. Ford
will be honored Sunday night at a din-



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Organizational meeting
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Wings stymied,
CHICAGO (UPI) - Goalie Tony Carr scored a seasor
Esposito stopped 27 shots last night in in the first quart
pacing the Chicago Black Hawks to a 2- Cleveland Cavaliers
0 shutout win over the Detroit Red over the Detroit Pisto
shutoutThe victory, the fifI
Wings. the Cavaliers during
It was Esposito's fifth shutout of the clinched a playoff b
year and 63rd during his career. The for the third straight
game was scoreless until Chicago's J. P The Pistons score
Bordeleau slipped in a short rebound of fourth quarter,n
Ivan Boldirev's shot from the slot at
6:19 of the third period tmarginrespectable.
Esposito robbed Detroit's Vaclav
Nedomansky twice and in the first and s o
third period and Nick Libett twice in the
second period and Dennis Hextall from NB
close in. Cleveland 113, Detroit 99
Bordeleau scored on an open net at Boston 119, New Orleans 108
19:09 when Detroit pulled their goal Chicago 110, Buffalo 102
tender. ExhibitionF
The loss was the second straight New York Yankees 6, Baltim
shutout for the Wings, who have NAS
already clinched a Stanley Cup playoff Detroit 2, Tulsah
berth. The Wings will host the New Washington3,Philadelphia
York Islanders in an afternoon matinee N,
game today at Olympia. Montreal 7. Boston
"acs Cr nchToronto 3, Buffo 2
Cavs crunch l:un kRng
Atlanta 6, New York Ranger,
RICHFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Austin New York Islanders 3,. wash!

n-high 25 points, 16
er, carrying the
to a 113-99 romp
ons last night.
fth in six games for
g a one-week span,
erth for Cleveland
ed 40 points in the
making the final

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