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Page 16 -- The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 13, 1984

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By ADAM MARTIN
The name of the game is post-season.
Championships result directly from
playoff successes. So after winning 16
consecutive Big Ten crowns, the men's
tennis team is already looking ahead to
May's Big Ten Tourney - with half a
season to go.
In the next week, the Wolverines will
battle some of the Big Ten's toughest
competition en route to the Conference
Tourney at Northwestern, May 4-6.
Although Coach Brian Eisner an-
ticipates some difficult challenges in
his team's last five matches, he views
Michigan's second half more as an in-
dicator of the team's relative position in
the conference.
"THESE matches will give us a
chance to put things in perspective and
get ready for the Tourney," Eisner
commented.

Today, Michigan plays its first away
Big Ten match against Minnesota, a
team as strong or stronger than the
Wolverines. The Gophers tied for
second in the Big Ten last season and
have added three top-notch players to
what Eisner called an "already out-
standing club."
Eisner stressed the match would in-
dicate the Wolverines strength and
weaknesses. "This match will tell us
where we are at thispoint."
SUNDAY, Michigan won't get much
of a breather when they take on
Wisconsin in Madison. The Badgers
return most of last year's squad and
were legitimate contenders in'83.
After returning to Ann Arbor April 17
to meet Michigan State, one of the con-
ference's weaker teams,' the
Wolverines will take to the road again
to face Ohio State April 20 and Indiana a
day later.
Eisner said the Buckeyes "had the
makings of a really good team this
year," but noted that injuries have
hampered them and caused some
serious problems.
Whether the Wolverines like it or not,
the post-season is a long way off.

Women face eon ference Ofvs
Although there are only two weeks left
in the women netters' regular season
schedule, the squad has half of its Big
ten foes yet to play.
In fact, the last six matches remain-
ing for the team are all conference ad-
versaries. The netters go into this final
stretch with a 10-7 tally.
IF THE team plays as it is capable, it
should come out respectably against its
next five opponents. Beginning with
Ohio State tomorrow, the squad, should
then continue to roll over the likes of
Michigan State, Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Iowa.
Then on April 28 comes the big test
against conference leader North-
western, who is undefeated in Big-10 ac-
tion. Maeve Quinlan,Northwestern's
first singles player, will face
Michgian's senior standout Mary Mac-
taggart. Mactaggart has yet to be
defeated in conference matches, and
will be Quinlan's only real threat for a
Big Ten upset.
After the confrontation with North-
western, Mactaggart will lead the team
into the Big Ten Championships - May
4-6 in Minneapolis. - SANDY PINCUS

Tens
Golfers hit tourney circuit
Following last week's fourth place
finish at the Purdue Invitational, the
men's golf team will head into spring
action with an optimistic outlook.
The linksters will first travel to
Columbus for this weekend's Kepler
Invitational, and then journey to
DeKalb, Ill. for the Mid-American Con-
ference Invitational, on April 20-22.
FOLLOWING these road trips, the
team will then host the Northern Inter-
Collegiate tournament on April 28-29.
The tournament will be played at the
Michigan Golf Course.
The women's team will get an early'
jump on their fall season when they
travel to Purdue this weekend and then
to the Big Ten Championship at Iowa
City on April 27-28.

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keep streak
alive against
Rangers, 9-4
By TED LERNER
In the 84-year history of the franchise
the Detroit Tigers have never had as
good a start. With yesterday's 9-4 drub-
bing of the Texas Rangers at Tiger
Stadium, Detroit has won its first seven
games, breakinga team record that
had stood since 1911.
The Tigers' runs came mostly with
power. With the Tigers ahead 3-1 and
one out in the sixth inning, Alan Tram-
mell hit a solo home runtotmake the
score 4-1. Then a couple batters later,
Chet Lemon hit a thrL-e-run blast to
make the score 7-1. It was Lemon's
second home run of the year.
Jack Morris (3-0) got the victory,
scattering seven hits in seven innings of
work. Frank Tanana (0-1) was the loser
for the Rangers.

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