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THE ISUMMER DAILY'

Page Eleven

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Saturday, May 12, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY

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Netters thrash
Badgers, 90No
By MARC FELDMAN Badgers after Michigan had won
The powerful Michigan tennis the first set 6-4 and Wisconsin the
team improved its record to 15-3 second, 6-3. In the tiebreaking
with a sound thrashing of Wis- thirteenth game of the third set,
consin's Badgers, 9-0, at the var- Michigan held its two services
sity courts yesterday afternoon. but the Badgers virtually gave
The Badger netters, possessors away the set by double faulting
of a 14-5 overall record, were no on their serves.
match for the nationally ranked Eisner's netters face North-
Wolverines, who won all but two western at home today at 1:00
of the nine matches in straight and travel to Purdue and Illinois
sets. early next week before heading
V i c t o r Amaya, Michigan's up to Wisconsin to defend their
number one singles player with Big Ten title next weekend. The
Freddie De Jesus still bothered conference meet will be held at
by an injury, aggravated a ham- brand new Nielson Tennis Sta-
string pull in the third game of dium in Madison, a gift from a
his first set with Wisconsin's 1918 graduate of Wisconsin, A. C.
John Center and barely defeated Nielson, who is known more for
him, 7-6, 7-5. Michigan Coach his ratings of TV shows than his
Brian Eisner thought the injury tennis enthusiasm.
to Amaya was not serious but it
noticeably hampered his move-
ment and he had to struggle for
the win. . oiius ink~
The remaining five singles
as no Badger netter won more
than a combined total of six
games in his two set match. Kev-
in Senich of Michigan disposed
of his opponent, Paul Schimelfel-
nyg, most decisively, 6-2, 6-0.
Amaya sat out his doubles
match and Senich took his place SEATTLE OP)-Bill Russell, the
as Jerry Karzen's partner and defensive giant who changed the
this Wolverine duo defeated the style of play in the National
team of Center and Al Nieder- Basketball Association, signed
meyer, 6-4, 6-3. Mike Ware and yesterday as general manager
Tim Ott of Michigan needed a and coach of the Seattle Super-
tiebreaking game to defeat Mar- Sonics, the club announced.
ty Goldin and Steve True of the The contract, reportedly for a
Badgers bombed $125,000 a year salary, covers
five years, said Sam Schulman,
Singles Sonics president, and Richard D.
Vic Amaya (M) def. John Covey, Russell's attorney.
Center, 7-6, 7-5 Russell, who in 13 years with
EricoFr662,. (M) def. Mike the Boston Celtics made defense
Wilson, 6-2, 6-4. the basis for championships, had
Jerry Karzen (M) def. Marty denied until yesterday any in-
Goldin, 6-4, 6-0. terest in the Sonics' job.
Dick Ravreby (M) def. John . It was not immediately known
Clark, 6-3, 6-2. what changes would be made in
Kevin Sefch (6 def. Paul the Sonics' organization. Morris
Tim Ott (M) def. Steve "Bucky" Buchwalter, the Sonics
True, 6-4, 6-0. temporary coach since the mid-
Doubles season firing of Tom Nissalke,
Senich-Karzen (M) def. had been acting as general man-
Center-Niedermeyer, 6-4, 6-3. ager, too, following the announc-
Friedler-Ravreby (M) def. ed resignation two weeks ago
Wilson-Clark, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. of Bob Houbregs.
Ware-Ott (M) def. Goldin-True,
6-4, 3-6, 7-6. RUSSELL, a 6-foot-9 All-Ameri-
can from the University of San
Francisco, was drafted by the
then St. loiis Hawks in 1956. le
Sound System was traded to Boston before he
ever donned a uniform and pro-
Problems? ceeded to lead the Celtics to
seven NBA titles as a player.
AHe was a player-coach the last
three years with the Celtics and
twice took them tothe NBA
For the past two seasons, Rus-
sell had been commentator for
ABC's telecasts of NBA games.
The sometimes controversial Rus-
sell is the fifth Sonic coach in
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