100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 17, 1980 - Image 11

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1980-04-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, April 17, 1980-Page 11

Karzen: from tennis
family to Blues no.1
By KENT WALLEY
Tennis has always been a part of Kathy Karzen's life. As a little girl she
watched her family play from court side. Sometimes, she even got to hit the ball
around for a few minutes before they left.
Karzen,i'now a senior at the University of Michigan and the Wolverines num-
ber one singles player, came from a family of racquet swingers. Her father always
had an interest in tennis and her older brother played for Michigan a few years
agog
At age 14 Kathy began playing tennis competitively. Since then she has gone
*ough many phases to arrive at her spot on Michigan's team. "At first all I.wan-
ted to do was win. Then I worried about how I looked on the court," said Karzen.
"Now I set goals for myself."
One of these goals is to win the Big Ten championships (held in Ann Arbor this
year on April 25-27). As she says, "The Big Tens would be the frosting on the cake."
The cake (her career) includes: the state singles title the last two years, first
place in the Buckeye Open in singles a season ago, being undefeated in regionals
play last year, and winning 30 matches throughout the '79 season.
Coach Oliver- Owens said of Karzen, "She's one of the top 20 players in the
nation. Potentially, she could be in the top 10. She has the biggest first serve I've
n of a girl anywhere in college. She likes to boom and she likes to crush. She's a
hitter."
One of her biggest wins came this year when she defeated a two time All-
American. Karzen said, "She (the All-American) wasn't ready for me. I was
hungry for a victory."
The team also looks up to Karzen for leadership. Although there is no captain
this year, she was the captain in both her sophomore and junior years. Said Owens,
"She's an excellent leader. She relates well to everybody. Kathy is not a cockey
number one (singles) player."
Karzen is majoring in political science and is also receiving a teaching cer-
tificate in history. As her career at Michigan winds down Karzen is not sure what
s e wants to do in tennis. She said, "I'm very interested in coaching," and then ad-
, "I might play in Europe this summer, on some of the European circuits."

IMMEDIATE CASH
Students right now are earning.
money while studying!
A 2 Plas with pay you
4f2.00 for each visit.
Bring in this coupon and
receive an x-tra $5.00.
Coupons for $5 for new donors only

IA 2 PLASMA
Mon-Thurs 10-6
Fri-Sat 8-3

l.

214 S. Fourth Ave.
662-7744

FDA License Number: 77701

Daily Photo by LISA KLAUSNER
NUMBER ONE SINGLES player for the Michigan women's tennis team,
Kathy Karzen, scoops a backhand at practice. She began playing com-
petitive tennis at age 14. Some of her past achievements include: the
state singles title the last two years, first at the Buckeye Open in '79, and 30
victories at the number one singles spot for Michigan last season.

U

BILBOARD
The first annual Burns Park Run will be held Sunday, April 20 at 10 a.m.
Offering one, three and six mile races, the course will wind through the historic
residential areas surrounding Burns Park which is located on Wells Street in Ann
Arbor. All ages are encouraged to participate. Entry forms are available at
Tortoise and Hare Running Center, Stein & Goetz Sporting Goods, Athletes Shop
and Playmakers. For further information, call 769-9510 days or 769-8349 evenings
weekends.
PEREZPACESBOSOX

Tigers stumble,
BOSTON (AP) - Veteran Tony baseman Butch Hobs
Perez had four hits, including a two-run With two out int
homer and a two-run double, as the eighth, Perez single
Boston Red Sox withstood a three-run proved to 'be the de
Atroit ninth inning and outlasted the Yastrzemski's doub
ers 10-9 yesterday after a one hour Sox a 10-6 lead.
and six-minute rain delay in the top of D.n Schatzeder, 0
the eighth. Detroit pitchers, took
Perez, signed as a free agent last
November after 15 years in the
National League, also walked to com-
plete a perfect day as the Red Sox
posted their third consecutive .victory BASE
and handed Detroit its fifth consecutive Boton 10, Detroit 9 A
loss. Toronto 11, Milwaukee 2
VETERAN STEVE Renko, who Oakland6, Seattle i
iled out rookie starter Bruce Hurst in Baltimore 2, Kansas City 1
49 ~New York 6, Chicago0
third inning afterthe Tigers scored NATIONA
five runs, allowed only one hit before New York 3, Montreal 2
the rain came with runners on first and Cincinnati 5, San Francisc
second and two out in the Detroit Philadelphia 8, St. Louis3
eighth. After the delay, Tom Burgmeier New York Islanders 2, BoH
replaced Renko and the Tigers picked Philadelphia 2, New Yorkf
up an unearned run on an error by third

10-9
son.
the bottom of the
ed and scored what
ciding run on Carl
le, giving the Red
4-2; the first of five
k the loss.
RES

Harper
chooses
Illinois
By STAN BRADBURY'
All-American guard Derek Harper
finally ended one of the nation's biggest
recruiting battles as 'he signed a
scholarship with Illinois yesterday. The
6-3 Harper made the announcement at a
press conference in his hometown of
West Palm Beach, Florida.
Michigan, under new head coach Bill
Frieder, had been in hot pursuit of Har-
per and was one of the four schools
Harper had narrowed his selections to.
"You feel bad when you lose a kid like
Derek, but that's the way things go.
He's just another addition of a great
player to the Big Ten," said Frieder.
Frieder said earlier that he thought
the Wolverines were close to signing
Harper and that Harper had said ver-
bally on at least one occasion that he
planned on going to Michigan.
Harper averaged 27 points a game at
North Shore High School and led his
team to the state Class AAA champion-
ship. He was recruited to the Fighting
Illini by Illinois assistant coach Tony
Yates, who has been to Florida to see
Harper once a week since December.

SUMMER JOBS
CAMP
Located in beautiful Northern
Michigan. Interviews Friday,
April 18 at Career Planning
and Placement. Call 764-7456
to arrange appointment.

THURSDAY "fMAY Is 8:Oe
MI14HIGAN THEATRE
TICKETS: $8.50, $7.50, and $3.00; on sale at both Discount Record locations,
Aura Sounde in Ann Arbor, Wherehouse Records in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor,
Sam's Jams'in Ferndale, all Hudson's, and CTC Ticket outlets.
A PRISM PRODUCTION

EBALL
N LEAGUE
1
L LEAGUE
co3
HL
ston I (OT)
Rangers 1

New pani'eb ,Menu

,HI

WEEJUNS*
Bass Weejuns:
The onginal loafers
Handsewn construction . . legendary comfort and durability
.. traditional styling. If it says "Bass," it's the real thing.

The Unmatchable
V-Bell Burger .............................1.75
1/31b. of Prime Beef, ground fresh daily and pattied
to order.
Our New Addition
V-Bel Super Burger ........................2.39
1b. of Prime Beef prepared as carefully as the original
served on an Onion Roll with choice of Burger Toppers.
Burger Toppers
Che se................,.,........ , ..35ea.
Swiss American, Mozzarella, Bleu, or Cheddar
la on or Sauteed Mushrooms ...............60ea.
riled Onions Green Pppers, Green Olives.....35ea.
Lettuce, Tomatoes, and Mayonnaise ...............35
Sandwiches
Club Triple Decker with generous amounts of White
Turkey, Bacon, Lettuce, Tomatoe, and Mayonnaise ..... ;3.
Reuben Corned Beef, Sauerkraut and Swiss Cheese
on Russian Rye Bread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . - a - - .2.85
Stacked Beef Sliced Thin and Piled High..........2.75
Stacked Ham Sliced Thin and Piled High..........2.75

Appetizers
New England Clam Chowder....Bowl 1.50
Thick and Creamy Cupi1.15
Chili......................Sowll.50
Modestly Hot Cup 1.15
Munchies
French Fried Mushrooms ....1.50
Onion Rings.............1.10
Prepared to Order In our own Beer Batter
French Fried Potatoes.....90
Beverages
Milk, Coffee, Sanka,Tea,
Juice, Soft~rinks .. .50
Meal Toppers
Cheese Cake .......1.25
With Cherries or Blueberries 1.50
Georgia Pecan Pie ... .95

Sliced White Turkey ........... ... . . . ..
Grilled Ham and Cheese ...:.......
Fillet of Perch Lemon and Tartar Sauce .....
Bacon, Lettuce,and Tomato ...:......
Grilled Cheese ...................... .
Chef's Favorite Ham with Swiss Cheese,
Lettuce, Tomatoe and Mayonnaise............
Dinners
Freshly Ground Prime Round Steak ........3.55
Grilled with choice of Sauteed Onions or Mushrooms.
Cheese .20 extra. Served with French Fries & Coie Slaw.
Fillet of Perch ............................3.25
Fiakey Ocean Perch Drenched in the VBell's own Beer
gaiter anDtpFried to a goden brown. Served with
French Fries, Coe Slaw, Tartr Sauce, and Lemon.
Half Chicken .............................3.25
Fresh, Never Frozen, and ocessed In Our Kitchen;
O usted with our Seasoned sour and Fried to a Fussy
Perfection. Served with French Fries, Cole Slaw, Honey.

.....2.75
s . . .2.55
..s. .2.25
.....2.75
.....1.10
-....2.95

... .,..f,. _ . .rte, .-",....s
........ ...

11111 Ii" ii ~ICso'

i

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan