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Poge Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 10, 1975

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 10, 1975

Nettes annihite Hoosiers
By JON CHAVEZ "We knew of course that this would enough to take care of Mike McLough- only do they return everyone from
The Michigan Tennis team should be our toughest match without a doubt lin 6-3, 6-4. team that was fourth in the confere
have trouble today with Ohio State. Oh, and it certainly was," said Hoosier coach The rest of the Maize and Blue netters last year, they've added some impr
it's not that the Buckeyes present trouble Scott Greer. "I though that most of my were simply devastating and Eisner sin- sive junior college transfers.
from a competitive standpoint. It's just players played pretty well, and yet we gled out Jerry Karzen and Jeff Miller They also boast Francisco Gonza
that the Wolverines stomped Indiana so still weren't able to come up with a for their exceptional play. one half of the 1974 National Junior D
decisively yesterday at the Varsity single win," he added gloomily. Karzen, probably the most improved bles champions.-
Courts that they will have a hard time FROM A Michigan standpoint, the member of last year's team, was unbeat- "They feel very confident that ti
bettering their performance against the matches went pretty much as expected. able in his match with former Illinois can beat us this year," said a skepti
Buckeyes. Defending Big Ten Champ at No. 1 sin- high school teammate Rick Fink., "Jerry Eisner.
On a day which saw Michigan blast gles, Victor Amaya had a little trouble has that capability of beating people* *
the 1974 Big Ten runnerup Hoosiers 9-0, in beating Big Ten runnerup Doug Sulli- badly because he doesn't make very Brilliant again
only the final match of the day kept van. many mistakes. He's very precise even
the Wolverines from winning in straight The Holland, Michigan native put his though he's a big man," insisted Eisner. No. I singles - Victor Amaya (M)r
sets. big powerful serve to good use in easily IF KARZEN'S 6-2, 6-0 victory over Doug Sullivan (1), 6-2, 7-6.
IN THAT No. 3 doubles match, Jeff winning the first set 6-2 from the short- Fink was impressive, then Jeff Miller's No. 2 singles - Fred DeJesus
Miller ' and Buddy Gallagher dropped er Sullivan. But the crafty Hoosier, try- victory over Ann Arborite Pete Osler by def. Mike McLoughlin (I), 6-3, 6-4.
their first set to Mike Mushkin and Rick ing to keep Amaya off-balance and on the same score was even more so. No. 3 singles - Eric Friedler (M)c
Fink 1-6, before settling down to win the run, began carefully placing shots in Miller, the defending conference cham- D'n Richards (I), 6-1, 6-1.
the remaining sets 6-2, 6-2. the second set and looked as though he pion at No. 5 singles had no trouble beat- No. 4 singles - Jerry Karzen (M)c
This little thing did not upset Michi- might break service to win. ing Osler, who had been undefeated in Rick Fink (I), 6-2, 6-0,
gan coach Brian Eisner in the least, Amaya, appearing somewhat tired Big Ten play. Simply overpowering, Os- No. 5 singles - Jeff Miller (M)t
though. from an extra strenuous week of prac- ler never had a chance to get his game Pete Osler (I), 6-2, 6-0.
"We are pleased with the results. Of tice, was to have none of this putting together against the aggressive Miller. No. 6 singles - Buddy Gallagher
course we won all nine matches which Sullivan away 7-6. Today, the Wolverines host Ohio State def. Mike Mushkin (I), 6-2, 6-4.
makes it very, very pleasing," assured "Victor was good the first set, and in what could be considered the last test No. 1 doubles - Amaya-DeJesus
Eisner, then as the ball got heavier and so on, before the Big Ten championships at def. Sullivan-Richards (I), 7-5, 6-2.
As for the Hoosiers, things went pret- he played a recent second set, but not Wisconsin. No. 2 doubles - Friedler-Karzen{
ty much as they expected but they did a great second set," explained Eisner. THE BUCKEYES have, in the words def. McLoughlin-Osler (I), 6-3, 6-0.
not go away beaten as much as impres- FREDDIE DeJesus did not play ex- of Coach Eisner, "the best team No. 3 doubles - Miller-Gallagher{
ted. ceptionally well either, but had quite they've ever fielded at Ohio State." Not def. Fink-Mushkin (I), 1-6, 6-2, 6-2
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Celt rally catches Bullets
By The Associated Press saddled with five fouls and Nel- shooting hurt the Celtics badly
BOSTON - Dave Cowens and son eight as the Celtics out- in losing three of the first four
Don Nelson sparked a furious duelled the Bullets down to the games, came alive in the fourth The Mic higan Da Ily
fourth-period rally as the Bos- wire. The sixth game of the period after the Bullets had pull-
ton Celtics defeated the Wash- best-of-seven Eastern Confer- ed into a 79-79 tie on Phil Che-
ington Bullets 103-99 to remain ence final series moved to Land- nier's layup in the opening sec-
alive in defense of their Na- over, Md., Sunday afternoon onds.
tional Basketball Association with Washington holding a 3-2 The game was tied five more
championship. lead. times before Cowens drove the
Cowens scored 11 points while COWENS, w h o s e sub-par baseline and cashed an ensuing
freethrw-foPa_ re- poo w - w w

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free throw for a three-point
play, putting Boston in front
92-89 with just over six minutes
remaining.
However, the Bullets refused

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By The Associated Press
Ill MSU woes-football
LANSING-Ohio State University football coach Woody Hayes
has been quoted as saying he personally would press charges
against Michigan State University for recruiting violations, accord-
ing to the Lansing State Journal.
The newspaper said Hayes' remarks reportedly were made
last year. He was quoted by young athletes who were targets of
recruiting drives in 1974.
The newspaper on Friday quoted several MSU recruits as
saying Hayes and University of Michigan recruiters in Ann
Arbor warned of possible probation for MSU because of re-
cruiting violations.
Hayes told one Warren, Ohio, high school player he personally
planned to press charges if nobody else did, the newspaper said.
"When I visited Ohio State, Woody Hayes told me MSU was
going to be put on probation. Woody said he was sick of people
breaking recruiting rules. He said if nobody else did anything,
he was personally going to press charges," the newspaper quoted
Larry Savage, a 6-3, 210-pound defensive end as saying. Savage
will be attending MSU next fall.
Savage said not only OSU but Michigan harped on MSU's
possible probation while they tried to recruit him, the State
Journal said.
McTear ties record
WINTER PARK, Fla.-Houston McTear, the high school sen-
sation from the piney backwoods of Florida's Panhandle, tied the
world record for the 100-yard dash yesterday with a clocking of
9.0 seconds.
"I don't believe it," exclaimed the 18-year-old high school
junior, who became only the second human to run that fastounder
conditions acceptable for the record books.
McTear's record-equalling time yesterday came in a pre-
liminary heat of the Florida Class AA prep championship meet
here, He was clocked in 9.3 two hours later in the finals, which
he won. It marked the seventh time this season that the 5-foot-7,
155-pound McTear, one of the eight children of a part-time saw-
mill worker, had been timed at 9.3.

to quit and inched in front fifth late in the third period,
again, 99-98, on a long bomb by topped Boston scorers with 27
Chenier. points. Nelson wound up with
JO JO WHITE tied the score 15. John Havlicek, blanked in
for Boston with a free throw as the fourth period, had 16, and
Kevin Porter of Washington White 15.
fotled out with exactly three . The Bullets were led by Che-
minutes to go. nier wt 2pit and Elvin
Paul Silas grabbed a rebound Haes with 32 points
and set up Don Nelson for a Bayes with 29.
basket with just over two min- Both teams started cold with
utes to go and Cowens sank a Washington in front 9-6 after
left-handed hook shot with 1:28 the first six minutes of play.
remaining to complete the scor- However, the Celtics got rolling
ing. and led 24-23 after one period,
COWENS, who picked up four although outscored 13-2 at the
fouls in the first half and his free throw line.
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
W L Pet. Gi E L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 15 9 .625 - Chicago 17 8 .687 -
Boston 12 09.57 1,/ Pittsburgh 13t1tO.5053
Deteoit 12 10 .545 2 Philadelph~ia 13t 12 .532 4
Baltimore 10 14 .417 5 New York 10 13 .431 6
Cleveland 10 14 .417 5 St. Louis 10 t4 .417 6
New York 15 15 .400 5!1 Montreal 9 13 .401 6"
West West
Oakland 15 11 .577 - Los Angeles 19 11 .634 -
Tesas 15 12 .550 )4 Cincinnati 17 13 .572 2
Calornia 14 t4 500 2 SanFrancisco 14 14 500 4
Kansas City 14 14 .500 2 Atlanta 15 16 .487 4
Minnesota 11 11 .500 2 San Diego 14 15 .480 4'1
Chicago 11 16 .407 4!: Houston 10 22 .302 10!'
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Minnesota 5, Baltimore 2 Chicago 5, San Diego 2
Chicago2,Cleveland 0Montrealt,Houston 4
Texas 3, Detroit 1 Cincinnati 4, New Yor-k3
Milwaukee 7, Kansas City 1 Pittsburgh 11, Los Angeles 3
Boston at California, inc. Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 1
New York at Oakland, inc. St. Louis 6, San Francisco 4
Today's Games Today's Games
Minnesota (Goltz 2-2) at Balti- Philadelphia (Cariton 1-4) at At-
more (Torrerz 3-1) lana (Niero 1-3)
oeas (Hads 12-2) at Detroit ncinnati (Kirby 1-3) at New
(Coleman 2-3), 2:15 p.m. York (webb 0-1)
New York (Hunter 2-4) at Oakland Houston (Richard 3-1) at Mon-
(Holtzman 1-3) treat (Rerko 0-1)
Chicago -(wood 1-6) at Cleveland Los Angeles-(Rau 4-1) at Pitts-
(Hood 1-0) burgh (Ellis 1-2)
Milwaukee (Broberg 4-3) at Kan- San Diego (Siebert 3-1) at Chlca-
sas City (Brileu 3-0) go (Reosehel 1-3)
Boston (Tiant 3-3) at California San Francisco (Montefusco 2-2)
tTanana 1-0) at St. Louis (Curtis 0-1)

Tiger error
spells doom
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Rookie left fielder
Dan Meyer's throwing error in
the third inning set up an un-
earned run that helped the
Texas Rangers to a 3-1 victory
over the Detroit Tigers last
night.
Cesar Tovar singled with one
out and took third on a single
by Lenny Randle. Willie Davis
lofted a shallow fly to Meyer
and when he saw that Tovar
wasn't going to try to score
after tagging up, he fired to
first base since Randle was half-
way to second. But the throw
was wild, Tovar scoring and
Randle going to third. An infield
single by Jeff Burroughs then
knocked in Randle.

Meyer

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