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By STEVE HUNTER
It may be cold outside, but the women's tennis team has been
cJtc generating some heat down at the track and tennis building.
None of the Wolverines' matches went to three sets as
ters, Michigan rolled over Western Michigan 9-0 yesterday. The
ce. closest singles match came at the number six spot where Jan
cJtc Silfen struggled to win the first set 7-5 but then broke loose in
ches the second 6-1, ending what Silfen said "you might call a
good slump."
ains. IN- OTHER matches Mary Mactaggart and Stephanie
xiety Lightvoet defeated Western's Sue Weigand and Nancy Martin
Vince 6-2, 7-6; Juliet Naft and Paula Reichert beat the Broncos
24 Amy Yeast and Lynne Schendel 6-1, 7-5; and Isobel O'Brien
cJtc and Ann Mazure won out over WMU's Janet Ray and Julie
U-M's Hawthorne 6-2, 7-6.
s for Both Mactaggart and Naft attributed their second set slips
your to mental errors. "We sort of lost our concentration there for
ity. a while," explained Mactaggart. Naft blamed concentration
tions in her match but added "They got tougher in the second set."
While the number one and three doubles had to win
ment tiebreakers to put their sets away, the first five singles won
at the fairly easily, losing a total of only twelve games.
me of "I'M AS SURPRISED as anyone" said head coach Ollie
f the Owens. "I really didn't think we'd win this easily."
ins-n

Neither did Western's coach Betsy Kuhle, who was disap-
pointed with her team's performance.
"This is a very tough surface to come into if you don't play
on it every day," she said. 'I don't want to make excuses, we
got walloped."
Kuhie isn't the only one who doesn't seem to like
Michigan's surface. Nearly everyone on Michigan's team
characterizes it as slow, and in the case of Silfen, Owens feels
"this surface doesn't favor her style of play."
Another reason for the big margin of victory was the
aggressiveness of the Wolverines. "They really came to
play" Owens said of his team.
"SOME DAYS you just get al of us going at once," said Mac-
taggart. Silfen added, "We've been practicing so much and
we really haven't played very many matches."
Whatever the reason the team seemed happy with the vic-
tory. A fter the match, one of the players confidently stated
"sweep" and Owens said "I'm really pleased with this one."
As for the lineup, coach Owens is still experimenting.
"Numbers 4, 5 and 6 and pretty even," he said. "I switch
them around a bit and will continue to do so until I get more
results."
So in spite of the weather, the surface and the opposition,,
the women's tennis team is playing well. But with spring just
two days old, Naft summed up the teams feelings, saying,
"We're looking forward to playing outside."

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Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT
Paula Reichert concentrates on a backhand shot as she and doubles partner
Juliet Naft defeated Western's Amy Yeast and Lynne Schendel 6-1, 7-5.
Pistons roll over Pacers

By KATIE BLACKWELL
It seems only fitting that a team's
captain and only senior should lead the
way to the season finale. Such is the
case for the Michigan men's swim team.
Captain Bruce Gemmell tops the list
of Wolverine tankers headed to In-
dianapolis for the NCAA Champion-
ships being held today through Satur-
day. Gemmell qualified for the meet in
three individual events: 200 yard In-
dividual medley, 400 yard Individual
Medley and the 200 yard backstroke. He
also joins Michigan's Big Ten Cham-
pion 800 freestyle relay team of juniors
Kirstan Vandersluis and Mark Noetzel
and sophomore Gary Antonick.
Noetzel earned a place at the NCAAs
by setting a new pool record at Matt
Mann pool with his personal best time
of 44.66, a mark he expects to imporve
upon at Indianapolis.
Freshman Lance Schroeder im-
pressed his competition in the 200 yard
butterfly at the Big Ten Championships
earlier this month with a meet record
1:47.56.
As a result of the Big Ten meet,
divers Kent Ferguson and Bruce Kim-
ball qualified for the NCAA's on both
the one- and three-meter boards.
Freshman diver Mike Gruber, after
failing to qualify at the Big Tens went
on to the NCAA Regional diving
qualification meet and will join
Ferguson and Kimball on both boards.
The Wolverines may be going into the
: pool with a slight advantage. It is the
same pool, the Indiana University
Natatorium, that the tankers spent so
much time in during the 1983 Big Ten
Men's Swimming and Diving Cham-
pionships.

Softballers lose two
Special to the Daily
COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Michigan
women's softball team closed out its
one week road trip to South Carolina by
losing both games of a double header to
host team South Carolina.
The Wolverines were shut out in the
first game 5-0 as they turned in a rather
unimpressive effort.
SOUTH CAROLINA led off the first
inning with four quick runs to put the
game out of reach from the outset.
"We kicked the ball around in this fir-
st inning and it was over from there,"
said coach Bob DeCarolis.
One more run in the fourth inning.
closed out the scoring for the
Gamecocks and three errors by
Michigan's defense rounded out a
rather dismal game for the Wolverines.
"WE PLAYED poor defense and an
uninspired game overall," said
DeCarolis.
In the second game Michigan looked
a little better despite its 2-0 loss.
Michigan pitcher Jan Boyd did very
well through the fourth inning, retiring
12 batters in a row. In the fifth inning,
however, South Carolina led off with a
home run for its first score of the game.
Then, a bloop single down the line put a
runner on second who later scored
during a run-down attempt closing out

the scoring for South Carolina. The his
were the only two it would get for the
rest of the game off of Boyd. Michigan
got three hits in the game but was again
unable to capitalize.
THESE TWO losses gave the
Wolverines a 7-2 record for their road
trip, snapping a seven game winning
streak, and a 12-7 record in a pre-season
play.
DeCarolis termed the trip a "disap-
pointment" because of the last day.
"They were tentative, especially
against a fairly good caliber team,''
said DeCarolis.
The softball team is scheduled to open
its regular season on April 2-3 in Min-
nesota, weather permitting.
Tigers 5, Dodgers 2
From wire service reports
VERO BEACH, Fla. - Lou Whitaker
collected four singles and drove in a run
with a sacrifice fly to lead the Detroit
Tigers to a 5-2 victory over the Los
Angeles Dodgers yesterday.

By RICK BYRNE
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC - Last night the Pistons
took on the league's basement dwellers,
the Indiana Pacers, before a sparse
Silverdome crowd and rolled to a 109-96
victory.
Indiana scored first, but Detroit
came back fighting and never trailed
by more than two. After being out-
defended early,' giving up numerous
turnovers, the team rallied on quick
steals and stylish jams by John Long

and Terry Tyler in the second period.
Kelly Tripucka was the story for the
Pistons as he pumped in 36 points with 4
assists and seven rebounds. Isiah
Thomas also contributed 18 points for
the winners.
Clark Kellogg was the standout for
the Pacers with 24 points in a losing ef-
fort. The victory gives the Pistons their
third win in their last four games.
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