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The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 12, 1998 - 7B

Chase rocks 'M' record books

RECORDS
Continued from Page 18
percentage, setting a new school and
arena record.
The previous Michigan record was
held by Alison Noble and
Szczesniak, who both had single-
match attack percentages of .650.
The arena record of .681 had
belonged to Michigan State's Becky
Belanger. That record stood for nine
years.
"I couldn't be happier," Chase
said. "I just went out tonight and
wanted to keep the ball on the court.
I swung and I tried to make them
play defense. I was swinging as hard
as I possibly could out there. Good
things happen when you keep
going."
Chase's effort paid off. She domi-
nated the Gophers' defense and
scored at crucial moments.
"It was as dominating as (any) out-
side hitter performance I've ever
seen," Giovanazzi said. "That was
incredible. Anytime we needed a
side-out or anything, she put it
away."
Ebert also set a personal record on
the offensive end with her 13 kills.
She now has 804 for her career.
In addition to stellar performances
and emotional play, part of the

Chasing Records
Michigan senior Karen Chase'blasted her way into the
Michigan and Cliff Keen Arena record books Friday night
with an .808 attack percentage.
Old Record Held by
.650 attack percentage Alison Noble, Jeanne Szczesniak
.681 attack percentage* Becky Belanger, MSU
Chase *Cliff Keen Arena record, set in 1989.

Wolverines' success can be attrib-
uted to a few changes in their
offense.
So far this season, the Wolverines
have been looking for a comfortable
replacement for All-America setter
Linnea Mendoza, who graduated last
year. After Friday night, they may
have found it.
Sophomore Alija Pittenger took
over Mendoza's role in the game,
returning the Wolverines to a single-
setter offense. In previous matches,
Pittenger had been sharing the
responsibility with freshman
Shannon Melka.
"Changing the offense and having
just one setter may have made a dif-
ference," Giovanazzi said.
"There are a lot of seniors on this
team and there's a comfort zone that
we played this offense the entire time

that Linnea was here. We're used to
that, but more than anything it was
just a great performance as a team."
Additionally, Giovanazzi credits
his team's intensity on defense for
making the biggest difference in the
match.
"I thought the blocking was great, a
lot to deflections. It made our
defense better," Giovanazzi said.
"The most key thing was that we
sided-out consistently and that we
did well on serve and receive."
The Wolverines will use the
momentum from Friday's match as
they head to Happy Valley next
Friday to face No.I Penn State.
"I think it's a big momentum
builder for what's coming up next
weekend," Szczesniak said.
"We didn't come out playing not to
lose, we came out playing to win."

&insey Ebert set
a personal record
with 13 kills
against
Minnesota Friday
night.-
DAVID ROCHKIND/Daily
'M' tennis big, bright
1eep in ieart of Texas

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By Nick Felzen
For the Daily
The Michigan men's tennis team is
playing its first match of the season in
the All-American Tournament in
Austin, Texas. So far, the squad is more
than holding its own.
"I am very pleased with the day, our
quys beat a lot of good players,"
Michigan coach Brian Eisner said.
Saturday, three Michigan players
won their first two rounds of singles.
Michigan's Will Farah defeated Kolie
Van Zyl of Alabama Birminyham, 6-7,
6-3, 6-3, before beating Jon Pontikas of
Texas-San Antonio, 6-3, 6-3.
Michigan's Matt Wright downed both
Ron Hamdan of Nebraska, 6-2, 6-1 and
Dan Healey of Mississippi State, 6-2,
3. Michigan's Henry Beam cruised in
s first-round match against T.S.
Ahrend of East Central, 6-0, 6-0, and

then destroyed Fank Tadej of Georgia
State 6-4, 6-0.
Michigan's Brad McFarlane won his
three-set match against Matt Bender of
Wichita State, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1. But
McFarlane lost his second-round match
to Bruno Puzzi of Southwest Louisiana,
7-5, 6-1. Michigan's Ben Cox beat Todd
Petty of Texas-San Antonio, 6-1, 6-4,
and lost to Jose Lieberman of Miami
(Fla.), 6-4, 6-4.
Nonetheless, Cox's close match with
Lieberman was impressive because
Lieberman is a top-ranked junior-level
player.
Michigan's Danny McCain lost to
Ron Aranburo of Texas A&M, 6-2, 6-2,
and Michigan's Jake Raiton lost to Joey
Michalsky of Baylor, 6-3, 6-4.
Michigan was even more successful
in doubles matches, going four-for-four
on the first day.

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the Union from October 19 through December 3.
Registration runs from Sep. 28 - Oct. 14 at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. Call 763-TKTS.
No mail in registration. Refunds only if class is canceled.

ballroom

LS&A Concentration
and Advising Fair
What: A fair to find information about
the different concentrations in LS&A by
talking to advisors, faculty, and staff.
Where:
Michigan Union Ballroom
When:
12:00.4:00 PM, October 14, 1998
What else?
1:00 PM-.LS&A Majorg and Internships
-hosted by CP&P
2:00 PM-Choosing a Concentration
-hosted by Academic Advising
sponsored by
LS&A Student Government, LS&A Academic Advising,
LS&A Dean's Office, CP&P

Instructors: Herman Humes & Bob Pinter
Price: $58 per couple
Section I: Tue 7-9pm (1st class in Union)
Section II: Wed 7-9pm (1st class in League)
Section III: Thu 7-9pm (1st class in Union)
Location: Michigan Union/League Ballroom
Dates: Tue Oct. 20-Dec. 1
Wed Oct. 21-Dec. 2
Thu Oct. 22-Dec. 3
Sweep your partner off his/her feet with moves like
the Rumba, Fox Trot, Cha-Cha and Waltz! No prior
experience is necessary.

Instructors: Billiards Room Staff
Price: $30
Section I: Tue 7-9pm
Section II: Tue 9-11pm$
Location: Billiards Room
Dates: Oct 20-Dec 1
Amaze your opponents with the perfect break or by
clearing the table. This class will teach you the fun-
damentals of pool so you can quickly become an
expert
CPR &
Instructor: The American Red Cross
Price: $52
Section I: Wed 7-10pm
Location: Kuenzel Room
Dates: Oct 21-Oct 28
Learn a skill that could save a life. This course
teaches complete adult CPR as well as community
first aid. Upon completion, you will receive certifica-
tion in both areas by the American Red Cross.
Instructor: Jon Gentry
Price: $55 -
Section I: Tue 7-9pm
Location: Wolverine Room
Dates: Oct 20-Dec 1
Get the body you've always wanted. Learn which
diets will best help you to lose body fat and gain

Instructor: Rachid Seklaoui
Price: $58
Section I: Mon 6-8pm
Location: Pond ABC
Dates: Oct 19-Nov 30
Learn to have the best hands on campus. This
course teaches you the secrets of giving and
receiving the perfect massage. Don't forget to bring
a towel to every session.
instructor: Rachid Seklaoui
Price: $58
Section I: Thu 6-8pm
Location: Pond ABC
Dates: Oct 22-Dec 3
Put a jump in your walk, build endurance and
acquire flexibility by learning the fascinating meth-
ods of yoga.
Instructor: Kapila Castoldi
Price: Free
Section I: Mon 7:30-9:30pm
Section II: Mon 7:30-9:30pm
Location: Wolverine Room
Dates: Section I: Oct 19-Nov 2
Section II: Nov 9-Nov 30
Harmonize your mind and body. Align your senses
with nature, learn a deeper sense of concentration
and sharpen your focus with this introductory
course.

Instructor: Joan E. Smith
Price: $40
Section 1: Mon 6-7pm (beginner course)
Section II: Mon 7-8pm for (intermediate course)
Location: Welker Room
Dates: Oct 19-Nov 30
Become more expressive with your body. Learn one
of the most valuable communication skills - the abil-
ity to speak with your hands-through Basic
American Sign Language.
resistance 4.
4,4 -
Instructor: Jon Gentry
Price: $53
Section I: Thu 7-9pm
Location: 2105B
Dates: Oct 22-Dec 3
Build muscle safely and effectively by expelling the
common work-out myths and learning hundreds of
great new exercises.
Instructor: Ann Flora
Price: $45 + $15 lab fee
Section 1: Mon 7-10:30pm
Location: Union Kitchen
Dates: Oct 19-Nov 30
Become a whiz in the kitchen. Learm how to create
delicious dishes that only practiced chefs can make
and serve up an. appetizing platter. Please bring a
paring knife and vegetable peeler.
holistic
instructor: Joanna Thom
Price: $45
Sectiorr1: Mon 7-9pm
Location: 2105B
Dates: Oct 19-Nov 30
Boost your health, increase your awareness and
learm how to heal common ailments through safe,

Instructor: Scot Greig
Price: $40
Section 1: Mon 5:30-7:30pm
Section II: Tue 5:30-7:30pm
Section III: Wed 5:30-7:30pm
Section IV: Thu 5:30-7:30pm
Location: University Club
Da~tes: Mon(Octt. 19-Nov. 16

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