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Club Sports Roundup.
4IRADUATE SQUASH
A close match ended in defeat for the graduate squash club as it fell to the
hands of The University Club number one team, 2-3, last Thursday.
"Every match was a very good match," said the graduate club's Paddy
Haas. "It was a very even match. We could have won as easily as we could
have lost."
Game number one displayed an interesting matchup as Jim Austin from
the University Club Number One team took on brother Bill Austin. Jim came
out on top defeating Bill, 3-2. In the number two position, Jim Parsons posted
a 3-2 win over University Club's Bill Hollaran. The graduate club's second
win came from Brian Miller with a 3-2 defeat of Gary Sosnick. The Univer-
sity Club won the last two matches though, with Paul Hellens coming out on
top of Larry Master, 3-2, while Don Euganio edged a win away from Haas
with a score of 3-2.
"I should have won my match," said Haas. "But when it's close and it
comes down to the fifth game and both players are tired, it just depends on
who has more concentration."
The team's next meet will be January 28. The team will also participate in
an open state tournament in early February involving 'A' players from
various clubs.
VOLLEYBALL
The men's volleyball team had a busy schedule this past weekend which
began as it took on both Purdue and Toledo last Friday night. Michigan
walked away from the meet after defeating both the Boilermakers and the
Rockets in three straight games.
Coming off this victory, the Wolverines traveled to the University of Cin-
cinnati Saturday to participate in an invitational. The team played eleven
games, showing its skill by netting a total of ten wins which earned it a team
trophy.
Two Michigan players-Curt Anderson and Julian Wargo-made the All-
Star team, with Anderson named the Most Valuable Player on the All-Star
team.
"Julian has got the ability to play really well," said Michigan's Martin
McFadden. "He jumps high and has been coached in volleyball. He's a good
example of what coaching can do for you."
The team's next challenge is, a quadrangle meet at Purdue, which will also
include Cincinnati and Ball State.
"We've played Purdue and Cincinnati before and they were no problem,"
explained McFadden. "Ball State will be the most challenging team."
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writer Tam Bentley.

The Michigon Dily-Tuesday, January 19, 1982-Page 9
Mees loses in final match

By BARB IAARKER
Michigan men's tennis coach Brian
Eisner was on the court warming up
team member Mark Mees Sunday af-
ternoon at Liberty Racquet Club. It
was now 12:15 and Mees had been
scheduled to play at noon in the final
round of The Nike Big Ten Indoor Ten-
nis Championship.
His opponent, ,Ohio State's Ernie
Fernandez, had not yet arrived. The
word was that there had been some car
trouble.
FIVE MINUTES later, the door
opened and, a snowy Fernandez en-
tered. Last year's Big Ten number one
singles champion seemed to be in no
great hurry, paying more attention to
the tunes flowing over his Walkman
then the impending match.
Once on the court, Fernandez's
relaxed attitude continued, as he was in
no great hurry to win the match, losing
the first set, 0-6. The Buckeye then
rebounded to capture (he championship

winning the final two sets, 6-4, 6-2.
"Fernandez's play was off in the first
set and I was playing pretty well," said
Mees after the match. "I knew he
would be better after that. I started
missing some first serves and he won
some key points."
MEES, A TWO time Big Ten second
singles champion, gave up only five
points in the first set; Fernandez,
however, was able to break-Mees' ser-
vice twice in the second set, taking a 4-1
lead. Mees fought back taking the next
two games but was unable to take the
set.
Despite the loss, Eisner said that he
was "extremely pleased" with the
match.
"It was an exceptional match and
Mark played exiremely well," said Eisner.
"Ernie just played a little better on the
key points. That was the only differen-
ce."

ACCORDING TO Eisner the
part of the match was at 3-3
second set's final game.

"key"
in the

"He hit a fine return and had a
forehand to pass, but rushed it a little
bit and hit into the net," said Eisner."If
he had made that shot and evened the
set anything could haveihappened."
Earlier in the day, Michigan's Tom
Haney was forced to default to Wiscon-
sin's Steve Lovett in the semi-final
round of the consolation due to a
shoulder injury flare-up. Lovett went
on todefeat Northwestern's Jon
Kamisar, a former Ann Arbor Huron
netter, 6-1,5-7, 6-4, in the final round.
After Fernandez's championship win,
each player was presented with a
wrapped box from the Championship
Committee. In Mees' was a clock radio,
and in Fernandez's, appropriately, a
Walkman tape player.

Mees
... loses championship

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MICHIGAN STATE, Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m.
at Iowa, Jan. 23, 2:00 p.m.
HOCKEY
CHICAGO CIRCLE, Jan.22, 7:30 p.m.
CHICAGO CIRCLE, Jan.23,7:30 p.m.
WRESTLING
CLEVELAND STATE, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m.
ILLINOIS, Jan. 23, 7:30 p.m.
PURDUE, Jan. 24, 7:30 p.m.
MEN'S SWIMMING
PURDUE, Jan. 22, 7:30 p.m.
ILLINOIS, Jan. 24, 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN'S SWIMMING
AT Wisconsin, Jan. 23, 2:00 p.m.
MU, 31-13
tory. Goss decisioned freshman Scott
Rechsteiner, 8-0.
SENIORS PAT McKay (190 pounds)
and Eric Klasson (heavyweight) earned
record improving decisions. McKay
shut out Dan Ellard, 6-0, and Klasson
concluded the meet with a win over Bob
Fenell, 8-3.
The meet upped Michigan's record to
5-2, 2-1 in the Big Ten.
Coach Bahr said he is looking ahead
to Cleveland State. "Last year, they
beat us, and what people don't under-
stand, is that Ohio's best wrestlers
come from the Cleveland area.
"Cleveland State has a lot iof good
talent because the kids prefer to stay
close to home. Don't get me wrong
though, I think that we are going to
win."
Cleveland State will take on the
Wolverines tomorrow night at 7:30 in
Crisler Arena.

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By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Last Sunday, the Michigan wrestling
team travelled to Central Michigan and
won its fifth dual meet in a row, 31-13.
"Central has a. pretty good team,"
*said Michigan coach Dale Bahre.
"Especially (Bob) Parent at 134, and
(Steve) Goss at 177, who were both
champions in the MAC (Mid-American
Conference) last year and went on to
the NCAA tournament, but overall we
are a superior team."
SOPHOMORE All-American Joe
McFarland started the meet in typical
fashion, pinning Chippewa Stu Bookey
at 4:12 in the 118 pound class. "There is
no doubt that right now McFarland is
one of the top three 118 pounders in the
country," said Bahr.
At 126 pounds, Michigan senior Larry
Haughn won a major decision over Gor-
die Andrews, 10-0.
In the 134 pound class Michigan en-
countered on of Central's best
Wrestlers, Bob Parent who won a

superior decision over sophomore
Wolverine Bill Goodill, 19-4.
JUNIOR LOU Milani quickly got
Michigan back on the right track. He
decisioned Dave Mills, 10-6, at 142
pounds.
Senior John Beljan chalked up
Michigan's second pin of the meet, at
150 pounds. Beljan pinned Brad Swain
at 1:50.
In the 158 pound class, Central's Paul
Salyers earned a major decision over
junior Tim Fagan, 11-2.
WHEN SENIOR Nemir Nadhir took
his position on the mat, Michigan had a
19-9 lead. Nadhir's performance slam-
med the door on Central, as he pinned
Earl Thon at 2:50, in the 167 pound
class.
"Nemir has been having a great
year," said Bahr. "Nemir wrestles at
an extremely competitive weight class,
but is certainly one of the top eight
wrestlers at his weight in the country."
Central's Steve Gols at 177 pounds
earned his team's third and final vic-

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Evans Scholars 54, Sweets 36
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Women's
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