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DONKEY ST. GREGORY 67.
PUNCHING Greenfields 41
Media 10. HORACE GREELEY 14,
BRIAN ELLERBE 0 Fox Lane 12
Chris Young 10, GAYLORD 179.
PETER VIGNIER 6 Compton, Cat. 28
J.L MCCULLOUGH 89. WHEELERVILLE 25.
Conroe 57 Leelanau School 4
ST. IGNATIUS 84, CRANBROOK 45.
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Joe Smith writes tennis

By Albert White
Former Michigan Druggie
Coming off an impressive 5-2 victorv in
the season's first meet against DePaul, the
women's tennis team looks to continue its
success this weekend, facing both Western
Michigan and Yale.
The Wolverines (1-0), will have to pick
up the slack however, in the absence of
senior co-captain Danielle Lund who is out
with a pulled stomach muscle.
"I've been slowly working my way back
into it" said Lund, who has lead the team in
singles victories the last three seasons with
69. "I figure if I sit out this weekend, I will
hopefully be at full strength in a few
wee ks.
Good point, Danielle.
Ha\ ing two weeks off since the last
matchup, Michigan used the time in prac-
tice to participate in an intrasquad meet and
individual workouts.
"It was good exercise to get extra match-
es in. There was great competition, and
even some surprises, which is what you
always want to see," Michigan coach Bitsv
Ritt said. "The individual workouts focused
on building the confidence of the players,
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If Anna
Kournikova
was on the
women's
tennis team,
the football
writers would
have instantly
switched
sports.
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especially in their weaker areas."
Impressive freshman standout Joanne
Musgrove is already approaching her 10th
victory of the season, and ranks second on
the team in wins, trailing only senior co-
captain Brooke Hart.
Hart, exemplifying senior leadership,
stepped up big so far this season, leading
the team with 10 victories and only four
losses in the highly competitive No. I sin-
gles slot - including seven wins against
regional opponents.
These women netters will meet a familiar
foe this Friday night, as they face regional
opponent Western Michigan (I-1).
Michigan has tamed the Broncos in recent
matchups, winning the last ten meetings,
including a 6-3 victory in last season's
opener. Western Michigan is no slouch,
however, having won the Middle American
Conference crown last year and qualified
for the NCAA Tournament.
After a days rest, the Wolverines will
once again defend their home court as they
face the unfamiliar Yale team. In only the
second meeting between the two squads,
You want more tennis action?
Then go to the meet.

trip over Buckeyes

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By C-Dogg and Ghostface Killah
Daiy Spons Wnters
The fans of Yost Ice Arena don't need
any extra incentive to get crazy for a
Michigan hockey game, but this
Saturday they'll get plenty with Ohio
State coming to town and 2,500 free T-
shirts to be given out.
The Wolverines play host to the
Buckeyes just one week after they beat
up on the Buckeyes, 6-4 at Value City
Arena. The game featured an all-out
brawl on the ice and an all-out lack of
class by the Ohio State faithful in the
stands. Something that coach Red
Berenson - who's had his eves on
Russian tennis sensation Anna
Kournikova - does not expect from the
fans at Yost.
"I don't think you'll see our fans react
to what happened in Ohio State,"
Berenson said, eyeing the picture of
Kournikova that sits on his desk. "Our
fans are verv active, but they've never
been like that. Our fans are pretty good,
they may say things that people don't
like, but they don't act up like that."
The fight and the actions of the
Buckeye faithful only adds fuel to the
fire that typifies the Michigan versus
Ohio State rivalrv in every sport. And
for Ohio State there will be more on the
line than just rivalry pride. This week-
end's game against the Wolverines may
be their last chance to salvage what has
thus far been a very dissapointing sea-
son.
"We're Michigan and they're Ohio
State so it's always going to be a good
game," Michigan forward Josh
Langfield said. "It's going to be their
biggest game of the year because
they're not going anywhere, so we can't
give them any life. We have to come in

and get on them tight away."
But if the Buckeyes continue their
recent trend of play against the
Wolverines it may not matter how hard
they come out. The Buckeyes and
Wolverines combined for 114 penalty
minutes last Friday. But that total was
only the second most combined penalty
minutes for Michigan game this year:
The first? Nov. 16, when the Wolverines
and Buckeyes combined for a whop-
ping 117 penalty minutes. The
Wolverines are clearly winning the bat-
tle in penalty filled games though.
Michigan has outscored Ohio State 20-
9 this season --- winning all three
games.
"The bottom line is if thev think
they're going to get even they'll just
take themselves out of the game again,"
Berenson said. "I'm sure they'll try to
play a smarter game.
If they don't, expect the fans to send
them off to the penalty box in typical
Yost chiding fashion. And the crowd
should be even more intimidating than
usual for Saturday's game. In the
"Whiteout" tradition of the Winnepeg
Jets/Phoenix Coyotes, the first 2,500
Yost crazies to entire the stadium will
receive shirts commemorating the first
ever "Maize Out." And the Wolverines~
will follow suit.
"We'll be wearing the maize jersies
this weekend," Berenson said. "This is a
big game and its fitting that we'll be in
sync with the fans. We've had some
luck with the maize jersies in the past in
the playoffs, the GLI finals, the NCAA
Championship game."
Berenson also said he set aside a
"special shirt" for Kournikova, but
re fused to elaborate.
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After going through man-toys Sergei Federov and Pavel Bure, AnnaS
Kournikova has shifted her sights to Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson.

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We'd be lying if we said that the
women's basketball team won

By Dena Kern,
Raphael Gopal,
Michael Goodstein
and Arun Krischer
Daily Scal Clubbers
Despite the efforts of Danish phe-
nom Anne Thorius, the Michigan
women's basketball endured a rather
sad eening in Happy Valley, Pa. last
night.
The Wolverines, paced by point
guard Thorius' 14 points and seven
rebounds, fell to No. 7 Penn State,
85-71. The Nittanv Lions' Maren
Walseth set a Bryce Jordan Center
record with 35 points in the route.
Thorius hails from Horsholm -- a
suburb of Copenhagen -in quaint
Denmark where, legend has it, the

sound is so packed with herring that
a Danish fisherman can walk across
the water to Sweden on a good day.
And she probably could have walked
on water last night.
Unfortunately for Thorius, and
Denmark's queen Margrethe - who
tunes in to all of the former's tele-
vised games - the other Wolverines
weren't quite as sharp against Penn
State.
All-whatever forward Stacey
Thomas nailed only three of 13 shots
in a very unThomas-like perfor-
mance, despite adding five more
thefts to her Big Ten steals record.
Thorius, herself, compiled four
steals - uncharacteristic for a
neighbor-loving Dane.

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