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Friday, May 28, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven'

Friday, May 28, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven'

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Blue netters out of tourney
spelal To The Daily of USC's Chris Lewis and Bruce to Stewart Keller and Colvin through yesterday's round that
Michigan's doubles team of Manson 7-6, 6-3. Manson was a Nunez of Texas 6-3, 7-6. The cut the field to 16 players. Matt
Eric Friedler and Jeff Etterbeek member of last year's cham- Buck's number two team, John Mitchell, Pat DuPre, Mark Mit-
ook their first-round match but pionship pair. Botica and John Beck, were chell and Bill Maze all won
ost the second to Southern Cal's downed by Earl Hassler and their matches yesterday.
op-notch duo yesterday during Ohio State, the only other David Oberstein of North Caro-
he NCAA championship tour- Big Ten school to have any- lina, 6-4, 6-4. Southern California is in

nament in C o r p u s Christi,
Texas.

one entered, met a similar
fate in the doubles competi-
tion. Both Buckeye duos were

Friedler and Etterbeek down- beaten in the first round.
ed Rob Tesar and Peter Ran-
ner of Dartmouth 6-4, 6-4 in the Francisco and Pedro Gon-
opener, but fell at the hands zales, OSU's premier pair, fell
Blue icers picked
in NHL draft

From wire Service Reports
The 18 team National Hockey
League dipped into the ama-
teur ranks as they held their
annual hockey draft yesterday
in Montreal.
MICHIGAN HAD TWO mem-
bers of its ice squad, Dave De-
Bol and Rob Palmer picked.
DeBol, a center, was chosen
by the Black Hawks. He recent-
ly set a collegiate record for
scoring three goals in only 59
seconds, and led the Wolverines
in scoring this past season.
ROB PALMER, a defense-
man, was selected by the Los
Angeles Kings. Palmer was a
steady performer who helped
Michigan to a fourth place fin-
ish in the WCHA.
The Washington Capitals, on
the basis of its poor record,
was given the right to select
the first player, Rick Green,
a defenseman from London,,
Ontario.

MOST OF THE PLAYERS
taken were from the Canadian
junior hockey leagues, but Chi-
cago, California and Atlanta
picked a player out of the or-
dinary.
The Black Hawks drafted
Real Cloutier, who played in
the WHA last year, and the
Seals, Black Hawks and Flames
each selected a Swedish hoc-
key star, in hopes of cashing in
on the Toronto Maple Leaf's
successful experiment of draft-
ing players from Europe.
Other teams from the WCHA
that had players taken were,
Minnesota, Denver, Michigan
Tech and Notre Dame.
M II "sT

No Michigan entrants are left
in the tournament, and only
Francisco Gonzales is left to
represent the Big Ten at all, in
singles. In yesterday's third-
round, he avenged his doubles
defeat by defeating Paul Lock-
wood of Oklahoma, 6-3, 7-6.
The Stanford Cardinals are
currently in first place with
18 team points, something of
a surprise, and they are un-
defeated, a bigger surprise.
UCLA, the defending team
champion, was the pre-tour-
nament favorite.
The Bruins are led by top-
ranked Peter Fleming, who
downed Charles Ellis of Geor-
gia 6-4, 6-4 yesterday. His team-
mate, 7th-seeded Ferdi Taygan
also advanced to the next round
by defeating Mark Vines of
Southern Methodist, 5-7, 6-1, 6-3.
Stanford moved four players
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