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Men's Tennis
vs. Eastern Michigan
Sunday, 1:00 p.m.
Huron Valley Tennis Club

SPORTS

Women's Tennis
vs. Miami of Ohio
Friday, 7:30p.m.
Huron Valley Tennis Club

The Michigan Daily

Thursday, March 28, 1985

Page 10

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Netters face lineup

By PHIL NUSSEL
Last year, during many of Michigan's
home tennis matches, a tall, skinny
high-school kid was often seen hanging
around Liberty Tennis Club. Sometimes
he would even hit on the courts farther
down the line while the matches were
still going on. He was always in the
background.
Today, that skinny high-school kid,
now a Wolverine freshman, is the
biggest question mark on the men's
tennis team as it bigins its 1985 Big Ten
season in Champaign against the
Fighting Illini.
THAT KID IS Jonathan Morris and
according to his coach is an exceptional
tennis player.
"We're very fortunate in that
Jonathan Morris is going to join us on
this trip," said veteran head coach
Brian Eisner. "We really need him in
the lineup. Now the big question is
where to put him in the lineup."

Before Morris was sidelined with
tendonitis in both knees he was set to
play second singles. Now the Ann Arbor
native could be there or at any of the
lower positions. He may just play

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doubles for the first match or two.
EVEN AFTER the team's last
workout yesterday, the decision had not
been made.
The only definite position on the
squad right now is first singles - junior
Jim Sharton has a lock on that. The
Cambridge, Mass. native has played
well all year long and performed quite
well in his outings last weekend at the
Rice Invitational.
Eisner, who will be going for his 14th
Big Ten title in 15 years at the helm, is
not concerned about the absence of a
set lineup. "We've got enough
flexibility with our players both in.
singles and doubles and enough players
that are fully equal in ability that we
can rearrange and change. .
"FORTUNATELY, too, we have
some players that are mature enough
to realize this rather than feeling they
have to be in a certain position."
Two players who aretsure to be
playing somewhere in the top four
positions (depending on Morris' status)
are sophomore John Royer and fresh-
man Brad Koontz.
Royer, out of Columbus, performed
excellently at third singles last year,
defeating Big Ten powers Matt Grace
of conference champion Minnesota and
Martin Hampe of Northwestern.
KOONTZ HAS been a steadily-
improving player all year long. He was
the only Wolverine to win two singles
matches at Rice last weekend.
Transfer Ed Filer has also been
moving up in the Wolverine lineup. He
had An outstanding junior career while
going to South Bend Riley High School
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senior year.
Besides Koontz and Morris, two other
freshmen may play quite a bit this week
and probably all season - Franz
Geiger and John Solik. In addition,
transfer Jed Hakken, another Ann Ar-
bor native, could see action. He has
been slumping in singles but has been
tough in doubles.
THE BIG TEN should be a tight
struggle this year. Minnesota,
Michigan, Illionois and Wisconsin have
the best chances to take the title accor-
ding to Wisconsin head coach Pat
Klingelhoets.
Eisner analyzed the race, saying,
"What's happened in the last three or
four years is that the teams have gotten
closer and closer together in ability.
There isn't the weakness in the division
of teams as there was years ago."
Michigan's match today could tell
quite a bit about who will be on top of
the Big Ten in May. The Illini, who won
the regular season title last year but
lost to Minnesota in the tournament,
have a very young and talented team.
They have three freshmen in their top
six and one sophomore. Peter Boutan
and John Losito return from the 1984
squad's starting lineup.

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Daily Phofo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan's top singles player Jim Sharton smashes a backhand in a match
last season versus Northwestern. The junior begins his second season in the
Wolverines' number one spot.

BUCKI :

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:
Softballers blanked twice

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EVERY THURSDAY'
APPEJNG DOMINO
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Special to the Daily
The rains hit the softball team a day
early in California yesterday as the
Wolverines were shut but by Long
Beach State in their double-header 2-0
and 11-0.
Freshman Michelle Bolster went the
distance in the first game, giving up

only three hits, but her record dropped
to 1-1 as her teammates couldn't sup-
port her.
Julie Clark (0-1) gave up six runs in
the first inning of the second contest
before being replaced by sophomore
Vicki Morrow. Morrow finished the
game, but not before five more runs
had scored. Long Beach State totaled 14,
hits. Michigan's lone highlight was a
triple by sophomore Alicia Seegert.
The softballers now 4-2, play ninth-
ranked California Polytechnic- Pomona
Thursday before turning for their
opener with Toledo Wednesday.
Tulane cagers accused
of point shaving
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - David
Dominique and Bobby Thompson,
Tulane basketball players accused of
shaving points in a gambling case,
surrendered to authorities yesterday
for fingerprinting and booking.
John Williams, 23, Tulane's star cen-

ter, was arrested on Tuesday night,
along with Gary Kranz, 21, of New
York, a Tulane student accused of
gambling law violations as well as
cocaine dealing.
COCAINE WAS the apparent
motivating factor, not money, said
District Attorney Harry Connick.
Connick said it is possible that other
players are involved.
U.S. Attorney John Volz said his of-
fice has been involved in the case for
several weeks, and he has asked that
the FBI investigate possible federal
violations.
Indiana makes NIT final
NEW YORK (AP) - Uwe Blab and
Steve Alford combined for 47 points
leading the Hoosiers to a 74-67 victory
over Tenessee in the semi-finals of the
48th National Invitation Tournament
last night.
Indiana earned a berth in Friday
night's championship game at Madison
Square Garden.

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