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The Michigan Daily,

Thursday, March 18, 1982

Netters set to match Big

By CHUCK JAFFE
After losing an All-American singles
player and sharing the Big Ten tennis
title for the first time in 14 years, some
people might expect the Michigan
men's tennis team to be preparing for a
rebuilding season. But Michigan coach
Brian Eisner and his team are out to
prove a point; the Wolverines don't
rebuild, they reload.
The Wolverines will take aim at
Kalamazoo College today at 12:30 in the
Track and Tennis Building in their
home opener. Then, after the Witchita
State Invitational, they return to the
courts on April 2 to start their quest for
a 15th consecutive Big Ten crbwn.

TODAY'S MATCH will be more than
a prelude to the Big Ten season
however. A Wolverine victory would
raise Eisner's coaching record at
Michigan to 198-43, tying him with
William Murphy as Michigan's win-
ningest tennis coach ever.
"You don't think about things like
that," said Eisner, whose teams have
won 106 of the 109 Big Ten matches he
has coached.' "I don't think that any
coach looks at that. Instead, I'd like to
concentrate on having these guys go out
and play good tennis. I really didn't
even know about the record until the
other day."
But so far this season, Michigan has
not played their usual brand of good

tennis. In a trip to Florida and Texas,
Michigan lost three of eight matches,
and dropped out of the top 20 team
rankings.
"SIX OFsthe eight teams were ranked
in the top 20, and normally we don't
face six top 20 teams in a season,"
Eisner said. "The fact that we're 3-5 is
meaningless, unless you know why
we're 3-5.
"It's just a tremendous benefit when
the final analysis comes along," Eisner
added, "and the final analysis will be
whether we can win the Big Ten cham-
pionship, and go to the NCAAs, and do
well there."
Eisner will go with the same lineup
today that he 'used during the team's
trip, and although he is considering
lineup changes, he feels that this is
probably his strongest unit.
AT FIRST singles will be All-
American Michael Leach, who will be
followed by NCAA qualifier Mark
Mees. Tom Haney will play third
singles, with Ross Laser fourth and
senior Ihor Debryn fifth singles. Bill
Godfrey, a senior transfer student from
Colorado will play the sixth singles
position.
Leach and Mees combine to make the
first doubles team, while last year's Big,
Ten doubles champs; Haney and

Ten title
Debryn return at second doubles. God-
frey and Laser had teamed at third
doubles, but Eisner has paired Godfrey
with sophomore Rodd Schreiber in
recent practices, and this new pair will
get the call against Kalamazoo.
"If there is any key to our season, it
will be that we have to keep improving,
both as a team and individually, and
that we play with confidence, and play
relaxed," Eisner said. "The minute we
go out there and aren't making our
shots and aren't playing like the best,
then we can be beaten. We have to
really try to improve and execute well.
This is a veteran team, and we should
be able to play with anyone."
"WE CAME back (from Texas)
really hungry, and we're ready to take
the ,Big Ten title," adds captain Leach,
who lost his Big Ten singles title last
year, but is hoping to capture it again in
his final season. "The team came a long
way on the trip, and we're going to give
everybody we play all that they can
handle."
Now, with the Big Ten season ready
to begin, Brian Eisner has one thing to
prove; that his team is reloaded and
ready to go for a 15th consecutive con-
ference title.

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Daily Photo by BRIANMASCK
WOLVERINE TENNIS ACE NYlark Mees returns a shot against Kalamazoo
College during competition last year. Mees and his tennis mates face
Kalamazoo in the team's home opener today.

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Nahrgang tabbed Tech icer coach

HOUGHTON (UPI) -- James N.
Nahrgang has been appointed to suc-
ceed John Maclnnes as hockey coach at
Michigan -Technological University,
Athletic Director Ted Kearly annioun-
ced yesterday.
Nahrgang, 30, an assistant coach with
the Huskies since 1978, will assume his
new duties immediately, Kearly said.

MacInnes announced his resignation
three weeks ago.
NAIHRGANG, who earned four
hockey letters as a player at Michigan
Tech and went on to spend four years
under contract to the Detroit Red
Wings, said he was pleased at the
promotion.
"I feel very fortunate to be able to

take over the progran built here by
John Maclnnes," Nahrgang said. "I
am confident I will be able to maintain

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Committee on the Affirmation of Human Dignity and Freedom
A PEACEFUL RALLY
for Human Dignity
Federal Building Plaza The Nazis arecoming
Liberty at Fifth to Ann Arbor!
Sat., March 20, 1:00 P.M. You have an tfernative!!
Including MAYOR LOUIS G. BELCHER, representatives from religious, ethnic,
and community leadership. Music by Gemini. Common Ground Theatre. Spon-
sors as of March 14, 1982:

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ORGANIZATIONALSPONSORS:
Association of Religious Counselors
Beth Israel Congragation
Canterbury Loft/Episcopal Student Foundation
Clergy Working for Social Justice
1st Presby. Church
Glacier Way United Methodist Church
Gray Panthers of SE Mich.
Guild House
'Hschochor

individual Sponsors:
Rev. Walter W. Arnold of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Rev. Michael Clingenpeel of Packard Rd. Baptist Church
Rev. Donald E. Douglas of Baptist General Conference
Rev. Douglas Evett of St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church
Rev. Andrew Foster of Episcopal Student Foundation
Rev. Russell Fuller of Memorial Christian Church
Rev. John Gardner of Webster United Church
Rev. Emett Green of Seond Baptist Church
Rev. Dennis Hacker of King of Kings Lutheran Church
Rev. William Hillegonds of 'lst Presby. Church of Ann Arbor
Robbi Allon Kensky of Beth Israel Congregation

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