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Friday, Agri! 1, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page, Nine

Friday, April 1, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DOWN HURONS, 9-0:

Netters

crunch

By BOB WARREN . play spring tennis this year. Parker added.
When we found out about the PARKER'S evaluation of her
The Michigan women's tennis state tournament qualifier we team's chances for victory yes-
team was not a very gracious decided to compete to get ready terday were correct. Karzen de-
host yesterday, as it opened up for that competition." stroyed Eastern's new number
its spring season with a devas- Parker's H u r o n team was one player, Angie Sweet, 6-0, 6-0.
tating rout of Eastern Michigan. routed by Wisconsin two weeks "The match wasn't too tough,"
All nine matches were won in ago, also by a score of nine to Karzen commented afterwards.
straight sets by the Wolverines. zero. "I was able to work on my soft
Michigan won 108 out of 115 "Our best player, Barb Fish- winners, which is always a hard
games en route to its eighth ley, is out for the season with thing to do on this surface at
straight win since its fall sea- possible bone chips in her elbow. the track and tennis building."
son. She would have been our only The other performers on the
After the match coach John chance against Kathy Karzen," team felt their matches were
Atwood commented, "It's al-
d V a'Wit in sie in untr n .? 7?.1"11

ways gooa to win mg in your Fr "Itult
first match. This victory was singles
a great way to open the season No. 1: K. K a r z e n (MICH,) def
even if the competition was sweet (EMU), 6-0, 6-0.
weak." No. 2: Kercher (MICH) def Hast-
ings (EMU), 6-0, 6-3.
EASTERN MICHIGAN w a s No. 3: strom (MICH) def Becker
not a very tough opponent as (EMU), 6-1, 6-0.
their own coach Lucy Parker No. 4: Selden (MICH) def Bachin-
attested, sky (EMU), 6-1, 6-1.
No. 5: Rentschler (MICH) def
"We weren't even going to j Boyd (EMU), 6-0, 6-0.

No. 6: J. karzen (MICH) def Pat-
rick (EMU), 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles
No. 1: K. Karzen-Selden (MICH)
def Sweet-Hastings (EMU), 6-0, 6-0.
No. 2: Kercher-Rentschler (MICH)
def Becker-Bachinsky (EMU), 6-0,
6-1.
No. 3: Fertig-Crosby (MICH) def
Boyd-Patrick (EMU), 6-0, 6-0.

EMU
basically warm-ups for North-
western on Saturday.
Debbie Rentschler, who won
6-0, 6-0, accomplished what she
wanted to during the match.
"I DIDN'T want to get bored
with the match and miss any
shots. Since I didn't get bored
or miss any easy shots, I was
satisfied with my performance."
Ann Kercher, the only Mich-
igan player who had any diffi-
culty, temporarily suffered from
Rentschler's pre-match fears.
"I played well in the first set
but in the second set I lost my
concentration which led to a
slight problem with my fore-
hand. Otherwise I was satis-
fied," Kercher said.
Barb Selden looked very good
in her match. Even though Sel-
den double faulted two games
away she looked like she was
regaining her fall form.
ALL THREE doubles teams
won their matches in straight
sets without losing a game.
Atwood wasathinking about
Northwestern after the match.
He said Karzen may have a
tough match Saturday against
the Wildcats number one player,
Amy Conlan.
K a r z e n commented, "I've
played Amy in the past and
we've both beatenteach other.
Today's match helped me pre-
pare for Amy.-
Atwood said that winning the
Big Ten would be nice due to
the prestige of the conference,
but added that the state quali-
fier is more important.
"Our main goal is to winor
come in second in the state qual-
ifier that Michigan is hosting.
If we do this we then enter the
Midwest regionals where Ohio
State could dominate."

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PRESENTS.
THE EIGER SANCTION
FRI. APRIL 1-7:30 and 9:45
$1.25
THE GRADUATE
SAT. APRIL 2-7:30 and 9:30
$1 .25
NATURAL SCIENCE AUD.

FIDRYCH SURGERY ROUTINE:
Wings guaranteed win flops

By The Associated Press * : M
DETROIT - Dean Talafous',. .
goal at 13:34 of the third period
snapped a tie and led the Min-
nesota North Stars to a 3-1 vic-
tory over the Detroit Red Wings Ni t Ed s
Night Editors:.
Detroit management h a d ERROL SHIFMAN
told its fans, 8,427 of them, ERNIE DUNBAR
that if the Red Wings did not .
win, they all could redeem gan en route to a 10-4 exhibition
their ticket stubs for free baseball victory over the Toron-
tickets to the team's final to Blue Jays yesterday.
home game Saturday night. Wockenfuss singled in the first
two runs with the bases loaded,
Minnesota scored first when in the Tigers' big inning. Man-
Tim Young took a pass from kowski followed with a two-run
Tom Reid for a breakaway and double.
beat Detroit goalie Jim Ruther-
ford at 13:48 of the second Another run scored on an er-
period. ror by Toronto shortstop Dave
McKay and the sixth man came
But Detroit's Dennis Polonich
tied the score with a short-hand-
ed goal at 7:47 of the third$ FRIDAY, APRIL 1
period.
Jim Roberts skated around P ofessor Jc
Detroit defenseman Jim Nah- Department of Philosophy
rgang and fired a 20-foot drive"L AL M R
past Rutherford at 16:41 of the "LEGAL MOR
last period for the final goal. F R E E F LOA
AUDITORIUM D
Tigers triumph
De- Sponsored by the Depc
LAKELAND, Fla. - The De-pand the L
troit Tigers, powered by John 1
Wockenfuss and r o o k i e Phil
Mankowski, scored six runs in PLEASE NOTE: This lecture
the sixth inning off Steve Har- "Lectures in Human' Valuea
j the Tanner Foundation.

across on a
Staub.

single by Rusty

Meanwhile, surgery on pitch-
ing star Mark Fidrych's left
knee was "routine" according
to doctors who performed the
operation at Henry Ford Hos-
pital in Detroit.
"There was a large tear in
the medial left cartliage, but no
additional damage to the knee.
The entire cartliage was re-
moved," doctors said in a state-
ment.
Fidrych is expected to be in
the hospital about a week and
on crutches for about two to
three weeks.
Physicians said he should be
able to begin more serious
throwing workouts in about six
weeks.
4:00 P.M.
)el Feinberg
y, Rockerfeller University
ALISM AND
TING EVILS"
, ANGELL HALL
artment of Philosophy
aw School
is the first in the series,
and Behavior," sponsored by

Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
WOLVERINE NETTER JODY STROM works for perfection on
her serve in preparation for spring tennis season. The hard
work paid off yesterday as she destroyed her opponent 6-0 6-1
in yesterday's 9-0 sweep of Eastern Michigan.
SCORES
NHL
Minnesota 3, Detroit 1
NBA
N.Y. Knicks 135, Indiana 131
Atlanta 95, N.Y. Nets 81

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Rickey takes
his show on
the road
Michigan's All-American
guard Rickey Green begins
a full week of post-season
basketball tournaments today
as he heads to Tulsa, Okla-
homa for Saturday's E a s t-
West All-Star gane.
After a few baskets and a
slam dunk here or there,
Green travels to Las Vegas
where he'll compete in t h e
Pizza Hut Basketball Classicj
on April 5.
Green then flys to Hawaii
where from April 7 to April
9 he'll play in the Aloha
Classic.
After a steady week of tra-
vel, he'll return to Ann Arbor
April 10.
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