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May 06, 1982 - Image 14

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Page 14-Thursday, May 6, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Women netters fall in trip opener


After finishing third at the Big Ten
Championships held during the
semester break, the Michigan women's
tennis team was crushed, 9-0, by South
Carolina last Sunday, in Columbia, S.C.
The match was the first of a five-game,
three-city tour of South Carolina in
which the Wolverines will face five
southern universities.
Michigan (10-6) could win only one
set against the Gamecocks. Robbie
Risdon won the opening set of her fifth
singles match against South Carolina's
Amy Kneale, but eventually succum-
bed, 3-6, 6-2, 6-0. In the top singles mat-
ch, Michigan's Mary Mactaggart,
playing for the injured Marian Kremer,
was defeated by .aura Bernstein, 6-0, 6-
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LATE IN April, during the semester
break, the Wolverines travelled to
Madison, Wisc.where they finished
third at the Big Ten Championships.
Michigan won its opening match, 5-4,
over Minnesota, but fell in the semi-
finals the following day, 7-2, to North-
western. The Wolverines then upended
Michigan State, 5-4, to capture third

Several Michigan players earned
honors at the conference tournament.
Mactaggart and Kremer were chosen
for the first team All-Conference
singles squad, while the doubles team
of Kremer and Jane Silfen made the
first team All-Conference doubles
squad. Kremer did not play in the Big
Ten Tournament because of her injured
In a vote by the players, Michigan's
Mactaggart was also honored as the
Big Ten Sportswoman of the Year for
Women's Tennis.
Weaver, Larsen qualify
AIAW-qualifying performances by
Melanie Weaver and Lisa Larsen at the
Central Michigan invitational on April
17 highlighted the past three weeks' ac-
tion for the Michigan women's track
Weaver, a junior from Scottville,
broke the tape in 3:49.2 to win the
10,000-meter run and qualify for the
nationals, while Larsen, a Battle
Creek junior, won the 5000-meter and
qualified with a clocking of 16:45.9.

OTHER Wolverine victors in Mount
Pleasant included Penny Neer in both
the shot put and discus, Joanna Bullard
in the high jump, Melody Middleton in
the heptathlon and Sue Frederick in the
800-meter run. Michigan won the 11-
team meet by totaling 140 points, 14
more than host Central.
At the inaugural "Red" Simmons In-
vitational at Ferry Field on April 24,
Weaver, Larsen, Middleton, Bullard,
Frederick and Neer were joined in the
winner's circle by Brenda Kazinec,
Debbie Williams, Lorrie Thornton and
the 400- and 800-meter relay teams.
American League
Detroit 6, Texas 4
Ka"sasCity3 Milwaukee2
Minnesota 3, Boston2
National League
St. Louis 7, Chicago6
Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2
NBA Playoffs
- -nanhnad eain'9


. earns singles honors

Finley Carpenter Research Conference
The Cutting Edge:
Educational Research
for the 80's
Friday and Saturday, May 7 and 8
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MichiganLeague, 227 S. Ingalls, Ann Arbor
Free and Open to the Public
U-M School of Education faculty members will present their
research on some 25 topic areas ranging from quality of life
and child development to reading comprehension, physical fit-
ness, and stress.
Topics include: "The Courts as the Alternative to Solving
Michigan's Current School Financial Crisis;" "Instructional In-
novation in Higher Education;" Teacher Judgments of and
Behavior toward Black and White Girls and Boys;' and 'Analy-
sis of College Closings'"
The program will also include a panel on selecting strate-
gies for research, poster sessions, a roundtable discussion on
university administrators, and research facility demonstrations
at U-M's Center for Fitness and Sports Research, the Instruc-
tional Strategy Services center, the Office of Research Serv-
ices, and the Speech and Hearing Sciences clinic.
Stuart Rankin, director of research for the Detroit
Public Schools, will present the keynote address at 10:20
a.m. on Friday. May 7.
For further information contact the Finley Carpenter Research
Conference, Room 1110 School of Education, University of
Michigan. Phone: 763-4288.
University of Michigan * School of Education


Percentage siot A
Washington's Jeff Ruland slams the ball through the basket last night mid-
way through the Bullets' playoff game against the Boston Celtics.
Washington and Boston are playing in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference
semi-final series.


University of Dominica
Schools of Medicine
and Veterinary Medicine
Now accepting applications for study leading to
degree in both Medical and Veterinary Medicine.

Courses taught in English. Program under guidance
of American Dean utilizing American curriculum.
Transfer students accepted. Semester begins July and
November 1982. We are an accredited school and
listed in W.H.O. Direct inquiries to:
University of Dominica
16 West 32 Street, New York, N.Y.10001.


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