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Gridders
practicing
*with half
a deck
by Phil Green
Daily Football Writer
Even though the annual Blue-
White game has been cancelled, the
Michigan football team's final day
of spring practice tomorrow will
not lack intensity.
"We're a little more physical
+ than we were a year ago," coach
Gary Moeller said. "I feel good be-
cause there's been a lot of good con-
tact and we've been aggressive."
However, with aggressiveness
comes injuries, and the Wolverines
,.have been inflicted with many.
Returning starters Erick Anderson,
Steve Everitt, and Chris Hutchinson
have been hurt all spring, while
Chris Bohn and Dave Dobreff have
~also been injured. In addition, offen-
sive tackle Greg Skrepenak pinched a
perve in his neck, but he is expected
back.
"They're scoping Everitt('s
knee)," Moeller said, "to make sure
there's nothing serious there ... And
Hutchinson and Anderson haven't
* had any snaps - missing spring ball
is going to hurt them next year."
While these players have missed
practice, their replacements will
not get the benefit of a full spring
practice. New NCAA regulations
have cut 20 days off the former
t schedule.
"The guys I think it really hurts
are the guys who almost played as
; freshmen and could contribute as
*'sophomores," Moeller said. "It's
like giving half the course instead of
the whole thing."
These problems could severely
hamper the Wolverines' depth,
where inside linebacker, defensive
tackle, and middle guard - all posi-
tions with injured players - cause
the. greatest concern. Sophomores
Nate Holdren, Steve Morrison, and
Marcus Walker are the leading can-
didates for the inside linebacking
spots, but the defensive line is still
in shambles.
"Right now, I'm only pleased
; with Mike Evans' play at tackle,"
*. Moeller said. "With Hutchinson, I
think you're talking about some-
thing that could be here today and
gone tomorrow."
If the veterans cannot fill all the
Sol es, the incoming recruits will
get the opportunity. One recruit, of-
0 fensive tackle Trezelle Jenkins is
~taking advantage of this. Jenkins
graduated from high school at mid-
..year and enrolled at Michigan. He
X has been a "pleasant surprise" thus
far, becoming one of the Wol-
vyerines' top four tackles.
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New York University
The University of Michigan
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Department of Romance Languages
and Literatures
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West Conference Room, Rackham
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Women netters close road schedule

by Adam Miller
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's tennis
team rides a three-match winning
streak into its last two road con-
tests of the year, tomorrow at
Indiana and Sunday at Ohio State.
While the Wolverines (2-2 in the
Big Ten, 10-5 overall) are perfect at
home (7-0) and in neutral site tour-
naments (3-0), they are winless on
the road this year (0-5). The road
gets tougher in Bloomington since
Indiana (4-0, 17-6), the defending
Big Ten champion, is ranked No. 1 in
the Big Ten and No. 12 nationally.
However, the match might not
be a Hoosier blowout. Indiana
squeaked by Illinois this season, 5-4,
while Michigan pummeled the
Illini, 7-2.
Additionally, the Wolverines
should have junior Amy Malik (9-3
at No. 5 singles) back in the lineup
this weekend. Malik, who missed
last weekend's competition due to a
death in the family, has won six
straight matches.
Junior co-captain Freddy Adam
filled Malik's No. 5 singles posi-
tion admirably, defeating both her

Purdue and Illinois opponents.
With No. 1 seed Christine
Schmeidel ill and not able to make
the trip, Stacy Berg (9-6 overall)
and Kim Pratt (8-5) will move up
to first and second singles, earning
the toughest assignments against
Indiana. The Hoosiers are led by

Deborah Edelman and Stephanie
Reece, ranked No. 21 and No. 22 in
the country, respectively.
Ohio State (1-3, 11-6) is un-
ranked nationally and is having an
off year - good news for a Wolver-
ine squad hungry for a road victory.

Sophomore Lisa Worzniak works on her game during a recent practice
session. The women's tennis team gets two chances for the season's
first road victory as it travels to Bloomington and Columbus this
weekend. The squad is 0-5 outside of Ann Arbor this year.

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Men netters attempt to

by Albert Lin
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's tennis team
will try to continue its undefeated
Big Ten season this weekend with
matches against Indiana and Ohio
State.
The Wolverines (4-0 in the Big
Ten, 9-2 overall) are coming off an
easy weekend, winning by 9-0 and 8-
1 scores. But the upcoming oppo-
nents should provide more of a chal-
lenge.
The Hoosiers visit Ann Arbor
tomorrow, holding a 2-1 conference
mark (11-6 overall). Indiana started
out the season 10-2, but lost three in
a row at the Blue/Gray Champion-
ships and split a pair of conference
/matches last weekend. All four of
these losses have come outdoors,

which is where this weekend's
competition will take place.
"They've got a big, strong, phys-
ical team," Michigan coach Brian
Eisner said. "Much of their success
has come at indoor play. Now all of
a sudden, because the season has
switched to the outdoor phase, their
season hasn't been quite as success-
ful."
Two Hoosiers are nationally-
ranked. Top seed David McCallum
(17-10 overall) is No. 63, while sec-
ond seed Gunnar Salumaa (18-11) is
No. 72. But with the remaining sin-
gles players all at .500 or above,
Eisner remains cautious.
"As you go down their lineup,
they actually get stronger," he said.
Ohio State (0-3, 7-12), on the
other hand, has a top-heavy team.

stay perfect
No. 1 singles player Ty Tucker (13-
6) is ranked 70th in the nation.
Second seed Gabor Koves (24-4)
sports an even more impressive
record, but is not in the top 75.
"Tucker and Koves are very simi-
lar to our one-two punch (David
Kass and Danny Brakus) here at
Michigan," Eisner said. "For Ohio
State to be successful, they feel as
though they have to win at one and
two. Whereas here, we feel that at
one and two we are very strong, but
we're also playing strong down the
line as well."

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