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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Wednesday, April 7, 1982 Page 7

By DAN NEWMAN
The comment on the clipboard of
Michigan State's head coach, Earl
Rutz, perhaps said it best: "GREAT
home court advantage."
Regardless of this or any other ex-
planation, the Michigan women's tennis
team trounced the Spartans, 8-1, in-
doors yesterday on the quick-court sur-
face at the Track and Tennis Building.
"The surface helped us out a lot,"
said Coach Oliver Owens, whose team
upped its season record to 4-2 and Big
Ten record to 2-2.
AT THE NUMBER one singles slot,
Marian Kremer whipped Spartan
unior Monty Gettys, 6-0, 6-0. "Men-

omen s
tally I was tougher," said the
sophomore from Memphis, Tennessee
who raised her perfect season record to
6-0.
Coach Owens was impressed by
Kremer's performance. "She
sometimes loses concentration and lets
up in a match like this, but she played
really hard all the way through this
one,"he said. "Marian's been playing
like that the last two weeks."
Sophomore Mary Mactaggart
disposed of Barb McLogan at the
second singles position by a'score of 6-2,
6-3. Mactaggert's win hiked her season
mark to 5-1.
"USUALLY IT'S a closer match,
against her, but it's nice to win big,"
said the Port Huron native. "She
(McLogan) played well, but all the girls
(Spartans) seemed to be having trouble
with the surface."
Michigan's co-captain Jill Hertzman
(2-2 overall) swept junior Jill Grinbert,
6-4, 6-4 in the number three spot. The
victory was important, according to.
Owens, because Grinbert had "badly
beaten" Hertman the last time the two
had met.
The only bright spot for Michigan
State was Trish Van Den Brink, who
outdueled Jane Silfin in -the longest
match of the afternoon at fourth
singles, 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.

lamSa
THE NUMBER five singles mate ,
Michigan sophomore Karen Milczarski
handed her opponent, freshman Kim
Medd, a defeat in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4,
(subsequently improving her season)
mark to 3-2.
Michigan's other co-captain, Robbie
Risdon, pummeled junior Shelly
Ireland in straight sets, 6-2, 6-1, in her
number six singles match.
"Robbie played well," said Owens,
who wasn't expecting his team to be
leading 5-1 after the singles com-
petition.
IN THE DOUBLES matches the
results were no different as each
Wolverine Tandom swept its opponents
in straight sets. The number one
doubles team of Kremer and Silfin beat
Gettys and Grinberg, 6-4, 6-3. The tan-
dem of Mactaggart and Risdon downed
McLogan and Van Den Brink, 6-3, 6-1.
In the number three doubles match,
Juliet Naft teamed up with junior
Marianne Ring to subdue MSU's Medd
and Ireland, 6-0, 6-4.
The 8-1 team win by the Wolverine
netters is the same score the squad
defeated the Spartans by last year
when the two teams played in the same
building. MSU's Rutz seemed well
aware of this fact when he sarcastically
concluded, "You'll never see me in this NUMBER
building again. Milczarsl

rtan netters,

8-1

Kremer
...blanked opponent, 6-0, 6-0

Daily Photo by DIANE WILLIAMS
R FIVE singles player Karen Milczarski returns a shot in her match with Michigan State's Kim Medd, yesterday.
ki won the match, 6-2, 6-4, as the Wolverines downed the Spartans, 8-1.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
H aywood leads Bullets past Cavs

IM Scores

LANDOVER (AP)- Jeff Ruland and
Spencer Haywood combined for 39 poin-
ts to lead the Washington Bullets to a 94-
85 National Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Cleveland Cavaliers
yesterday.
The victory broke a three-game
Washington losing streak and raised
the Bullets' record to 38-37. The Bullets
emained tied with Atlanta for fifth
place in the Eastern Conference after
the latter's victory over the New York
Knicks yesterday. Washington and
Atlanta are both three games ahead of
the Detroit Pistons in the race for the
conference's final playoff spot.
RULAND entered the game midway
through the first period, with the
Bullets trailing by three., He scored
eight points to lead Washington to a 26-
19 advantage by the period's end.
* The Bullets increased their lead to 45-
37 after the second quarter, with
Haywood scoring seven of their 19 in the
period.
Both teams shot poorly in the opening
half and the Cavaliers got worse in the
third quarter.
AFTER HITTING 31 percent in the
first half, the Cavs hit just four of 18
third-quarter shots, allowing the
Bullets, who made nine of their last 11
in the period, to open a 73-52 lead.
Haywood finished the night with 20
points and Ruland 19.

The Cavs, whose 15-60 mark is the
worst in the NBA, got 24 points from
Cliff Robinson and 21 from Phil Hub-
bard.
Doneuiad offered Wisconsin
basketball job
MADISON (AP)- Bob Donewald,
head basketball coach at Illinois State,
was offered the top position at the
University of Wisconsin after an inter-
view Monday, a published report said
yesterday.
The Milwaukee Journal cited a sour-
ce here who said he expected Wisconsin
officials would call a news conference
by today. University officials had not
scheduled any announcements as of
mid-afternoon yesterday.
"ALL I KNOW is what I read in the
newspapers," said Robert Leu,
assistant Wisconsin sports information
director. He said his office had received
no word on a new coach from Athletic
Director Elroy Mirsch.
Hirsch was out of his office and could
not be reached.
Donewald, 39, could not be reached
for comment at his home in Normal, Ill.
Should he accept the position, he would
replace Bill Cofield, who resigned at the
end of the season.
Donewald was one of three finalists
for the job after Dick Walters agreed to

stay at Evansville under a new five-
year contract. The other two can-
didates who were interviewed recently
were Bobby Nichols of Toledo and Ken
Anderson of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
When Donewald was interviewed, he
was widely considered the most likely
to be offered the job.
All-stars in 'Dome in '86
HOUSTON (AP) - The 1986 Major
League All-Star game will be played in
the Astrodome .Houston Astros Board
Chairman John J. McMullen announ-
ced yesterday.
It will mark the second time that the
Astros have hosted the mid-season
classic, also played in the Astrodome in
1968.
THIS SEASON'S game will be played
in Montreal with sites for the 1984 and
1985 games still undecided.
McMullen noted that the 1986 game
would coincide with the 150th anniver-
sary of the Republic of Texas and also
would come at the end of proposed
renovation of the Astrodome.
"This will give all Houstonians the
opportunity to show off the magnificent
Astrodome complex to not only all of
baseball but to all visitors during the
year of 1986," McMullen said.
The All-Star game is traditionally
played in July but the exact date will
not be known until American and
National League dates are completed
for that season.
Bucks 122, Celtics 116
MILWAUKEE (AP)- Sidney Mon-
crief and Bob Lanier scored 26 points
apiece yesterday and teamed with

rookie Alton Lister to lead a fourth-
quarter Milwaukee surge as the Bucks
defeated the Boston Celtics 122-116 in
National Basketball Association play.
Marques Johnson added 20 points and
Lister 14 as the Bucks won a sixth con-
secutive victory despite having Mon-
crief as their only available experien-
ced guard. Guards Quinn Buckner,
Brian Winters and Junior Bridgeman
were out with injuries.
The Celtics, having won three
previous games and 21 of their last 22,
were led by Robert Parish with 26 poin-
ts and Kevin McHale with 25.
A jump shot by Moncrief gave the
Bucks the lead to stay at 102-100. They
widened it to 114-105 with just under
three minutes left on Lister's tip-in.
Hawks 106, Knicks 104
ATLANTA (AP) - Eddie Johnson hit
two free throws with four seconds left
yesterday to give the Atlanta Hawks a
106-104 National Basketball Association
victory over New York, extending the
Knicks' string of road losses to a
record-tying 11 games.
After Atlanta's Dan Roundfield hit
two free throws to tie the score with 39
seconds left, Paul Westphal charged in-
to Johnson and was called for an offen-
sive foul with four seconds left.
JOHNSON, who missed two critical
free throws with three seconds left in a
loss to Boston last Friday, calmly sank
both shots.
Maurice Lucas almost tied the score
again for theKnicks but his shot rolled
around the rim and fell off as the horn
sounded.

Sunday
Mini Soccer
superstar Playoffs
UMSC 5, Samba Kids 3
Competitive League Playoffs
Foozers 4, Alice Lloyd Gerbils 2
Spud Boys 16, FC Offe 2
Sigma Chi 5, 1st Rotvig 0
Snickey's 3, Quad Squad 2
Volleyball
Independent Playoffs
The Club 2; Nads 1

Dragon 12, Big Dogs 0
Spudboys 2, MC's 1
Co-Rec Volleyball Playoffs
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, Wenley 0
Nads 2, Couzens 0
Nitwits 2, Little T&A 0
High Ho's 2, Utopians 1.
Carps 2, Breakers 1
Scott Spikers 2, Almeida's Crusaders 1
Dirt 2, Sextets 0
Anonymous Force 2, Jesus H0
BC's 2, Chicago House 1
Shootzie Scores 2, Swisher Sweets 0

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