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HORWITCH PACES 8-1 ROUT:

The Michigan Daily-Sunday1 April 9. 1978--Page 9

Netters crush Hawkeyes

By ERIC LSON
Does just one day, 24 hours, make a
ifference? Just ask the Michigan
en's tennis team and Matt Horwitch.
After squeezing out a 5-4 win over
Minnesota on Friday, the Blue netters
bounced back to yesterday to whip the
Iowa Hawkeyes 8-1 at home.
FRESHMAN MATT Horwitch,
playing his first singles match since
breaking his right foot against Miami of
Ohio in mid-February, disposed of
Hawkeye Tom Holtmann at second
singles 6-4, 6-4. Horwitch also teamed
with Jeff Etterbeck to win at first
doubles, downing Jeff Schatzberg and
Holtman 1-6, 6-3, 6-2.
"I felt pretty good, my foot felt okay,
and I was hitting the ball the best I have
Hawkeyes aced
SINGLES
i. Jeff Etterbeek (M) def. Jeff Schatzberg (1)
6-3, 6-2. 2. Matt Horwitch (M) def. Tom Hohtmann
(1) 6-4, 6-4. 3. Greg Hodgman (I) def. Brad Holland
(M) 6-1, 6-2. 4. Pete Osler (M) def. Eric Pepping (I)
6-2, 6-4. 5. Ihor-Debryn (M) def. Tim Jacobson (I)
6-7, 6-1. 6-3. 6. Jack Neinken (M) def. Mark Morrow
(1) 6-3.4-6,6-3.
DOUBLES
1. Etterbeek-Horwitch (M) def. Schatzberg-
Holtmann (1) 1-6, 6-3. 6-2. 2. Jud Shaufler-Holland
(M) def. Uldgman-Morrow (I) 6-4. 6-4. 3. Ollie
Owens-Oslei (M) def. Pepping-Jacobson (1) 6-3,6-4.

all season," said Horwitch, the former
high school state champion of Illinois.
"But in the doubles we were playingin
a daze in the first set."
Michigan captured all three of the
doubles matches and won five of the six
singles matches. Brad Holland suffered
the lone Wolverine setback as he lost at
third singles to Greg Hodgman 6-1, 6-
2.
"I was very pleased with out doubles
play. We played strong in all the sets
except for the first one in the Etterbeek-
Horwitch match," said Michigan Coach
Brian Eisner.
JUD SHAUFLER, who usually plays
singles, sat out because of a bad back.
"We didn't want to risk hurting Jud
anymore by playing him in singles,"
explained Eisner.
"We have a lot of depth on the team
with players who can come in and take
Jud's place. We are very flexible in that
respect," Eisner went on to say. "This

is the most depth we've had in three
years."
Key wins came from Ihor Debryn
and Jack Neinken at fifth and sixth
singles respectively. Debryn outlasted
Tim Jacobson 6-7, 6-1, 6-3 and Neinken
edged Mark Morrow 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
COMPARING THE Iowa match to
the Minnesota match Eisner stated,
"Today we got the big shots in the key
games."
"That Horwitch makes the Michigan
line-up a heck of a lot stronger," said
Hawkeye mentor John Winnie. "We
also played some three set matches
that we could have won," he added.
"We were also a little tired from
traveling and playing Michigan State
(which Iowa beat 8-1) the day before,"
concluded Winnie.
Michigan pushed its season mark to
5-0 and its Big Ten log to 2-0. The netters
tangle next with intra-state rival
Michigan State at home on Tuesday
starting at 2:30.

WOLVERINE NETTER Matt Horwitch returns a low volley in doubles action
in yesterday's 8-1 rout of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Horwitch and doubles partner Jeff
Etterbeek won their respective singles matches as the Blue netters notched their
second conference win against no defeats. The Wolverines next opponent is Mich-
igan State this Tuesday in Ann Arbor.

OFFENSIVE LINE WORRIES BO

Gridders progress despite rain

Tigers
Itoppled by
Toronto
By BOB MILLER
Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Some new Tigers fell
into some old bad habits and it cost
them a 5-2 decision to Toronto at Tiger
Stadium yesterday.
Jim Slaton, acquired from
Milwaukee in the off-season, didn't
even resemble the pitcher he was in
spring training, giving up four walks
and two home runs before leaving the
game with one put in the ninth inning.
SLATON RECEIVED little help from
his teammates as the Tigers committed
a total of four errors.
Toronto jumped off to an early lead,
never trailed, and coasted to the vic-
tory, with Jerry Garvin picking up the
win. It marked the first time ever that
the Blue Jays had won in Detroit after
failing in their previous eight attempts.
Rick Bosetti doubled to lead off the
game and scored on Roy Howell's
single to fashion Toronto a 1-0 lead. The
Tigers tied it on a RBI single by Jason
Thompson, but after that it was all
Toronto. ,
Detroit sealed its own fate with a pair
of costly errors in the second inning.
Slaton retired the first two Blue Jays
but couldn't handle a ball hit back to
him by Luis Gomez. Alan Ashby singled
and Mark Wagner booted a grounder by
Bosetti to knock in one run.
AL WOODS followed with a RBI
single which turned out to be the game
winning hit.
From then on the two teams went to
the long ball.
John Mayberry powdered one into the
upper deck in right field with no one on
base in the third inning. Ron LeFlore
smashed his round-tripper over the 365
mark in left field and the scoring ended
on Tommy Hutton's ninth inning drive,
also a solo shot.
THE TIGERS mounted a last-gasp
effort to tie or win the game in the nin-
th, when LeFlore reached first on a
fielder's choice and Steve Dillard
blooped a single into short center sen-
ding LeFlore to third.
With two outs, Rusty Staub worked
Garvin to a walk, at which time Blue
Jay manager Roy Hartsfield replaced
his tiring starter with lefty Mike Willis.
Hartsfield's gambit paid off when Willis
induced Thompson to ground out to
second, ending the game.
Both teams are now 1-1 on the season
and will play the rubber game of their
series today at 1:30.

By KEVIN ROSEBOROUGH
April showers may be fine for May
flowers, but they are putting a real
cramp in Michigan's football drills this
spring.
As a result of the rain and all-around
lousy weather disrupting planned
workouts and scrimmages, the grid-
ders are behind schedule.
"The weather may necessitate prac-
tice a few days after the 15th," said
Coach Bo Schembechler. He had hoped
to have all 20 of his allowed spring prac-
tices in by April 15th, the date of the an-
nual spring intrasquad game.
Still, the team lift put in enough time
for the coach to be able to evaluate its
progress this spring. "Our main areas
of concern, besides the offensive line,
are at defensive back and outside
linebacker. If we continue to improve,
we'll be in good shape.

"I'm still concerned about the offen-
sive line. It takes some time establishing
a new lineup considering the quality of
the players we lost (to graduation)."
One position that Schembechler
hopes will be solid is the strong offen-
sive tackle spot. Bill Dufek, an all Big
Ten selection as a junior, is returning
after sitting out all of last season with a
broken leg.
"Dufek is slow in coming along,"
said Schembechler, adding that his 250
pound lineman is "coming off shoulder
surgery and it'll take a little time for
him to regain his previous excellence."
Despite the unfavorable weather,
Schembechler and his assistants have
the practice situation completely under
control. They are keeping the scrim-

mages short, allowing each player 12 to
15 plays, and still doing some teaching.
Patiently, they are molding the 1978
Wolverines into a contender for the Big
Ten championship once again.

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