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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE SEVEN

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Lacrosse Club Advertises Action
By JON SISKIN on recruiting members for the In addition to the game at East knowledge of the game should help
Although the beer flowed freely club, and the first games with Lansing this Sunday, the club has increase the Wolverines' pro-.
in East Lansing last weekend., Wol-|other teams weren't undertaken two other contests scheduled, one ficiency.
verine fans will have some chance until the spring of 1965. Due to against MSU at Wines Field Oct. At the moment, the club pays
of revenging the loss to Michigan their lack of experience, Michigan 29, while the other will be played for virtually all expenses (equip-
State This Sunday Michigan will lost all three encounters, two to at Notre Dame Nov. 12. ment, travel, etc.) out of its own
engage the Spartans on the ver- Michigan State and one to Notre Returning Members pocket. Gillon hopes that event-
Dame. Four outstanding members of ually there will be enough interest
dantpastures of MSU-in lacrosse. Between the fall of '65 and the last year's lacrosse squad will be in lacrosse that all Big Ten schools
that is. spring of '66 the Wolverines took back to see action this year. Mid- will have actual lacrosse teams
exciting sports, is a combination part in six lacrosse contests, wmr- fielders Chris Alter and Bernie and that regular varsity competi-
ecitingsprt, se an coinatio ning one against Defiance College Tassin, defenseman Larry Willey tion can take place.
of basketball, soccer and hockey,.wil dropping fve Definite im n d takmnMor aokwl
The game is played on a field 110 whie ng fe. 1- and attack man Moore Davok will m ..%....
yar ds long and 60 Yardswide, with provement was noted, however, contribute much needed exper-
the goals 80 yards apart. Ten play- and Gillon is hoping for a better fence to the Wolverine cause. iTat
ers compose a team: three attack showing this season. These four are undergraduates, but
any graduate student, faculty or I
men who play continually on thendo
offense, three midfielders who Istaff member is eligible for club
play either offense or defense de- I membership.
pending on the situation, three de- k r 17 The club's coach, Bill Fleisch- Anyone interested in trying
fensemen, and a goalie. man, is highly skilled in all out for the frosh basketball
The Game facets of lacrosse, having been an team should attend a meeting
Contests are played with a rub- IM Football Playoffs All-American at Rutgers where to be held Monday, Oct. 17, in
ber ball 2%/2 inches in diameter, Tuesday's Games he played on the varsity four the basement of the Athletic
with each player using a hickory Fraternity Class A years. He also spent one yaer with Administration Bldg., corner of
sfek with a webbing of gut at Delta First Place Playoffs the London Lacrosse Club, and his Hoover and State, at 4:15 p.m.
the end to catch or scoop the ball. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 20, sigma
The individual player can either Phi Epsilon 14
run with or pass the ball, and some Chi Phi 6, zeta Beta Tau 2
S checking is allowed, withs Evans Scholars 6, Phi Delta Theta ceEC O N O M I STS
assessed for improper checks. Theta Delta Chi 20, Phi Epsilon Pi 6
Lacrosse got its start at Mich- Alpha Tau omega 14, Acacia 0
igan in the fall of 1964, due to the Alpha Third Place Playoffsrigon6 Central Intelligence Agency Representatives will inter-
efforts of Bob Gillon. Gillon had Alpha Delta Phi 12, Sigma Nu 0 view on campus Wednesday, 19 Oct. for Economists at
participated in lacrosse out east Residence Halls Class BA
before his enrollment at Mich- , First Place Playoffs BA, MA, and MBA levels.
igan, and upon his arrival here j iley 18, Winchell.0 Positions are in the field of Economic Research.
Scott 28, Huber 6 Ofc,30 tdn
generated enough interest to form Second Place Playoffs Please contact the Placement Office, 3200 Student
a club of those interested in play- Gomberg 6, Greene 0
ing on a competitive basis. Michigan 12, Kelsey 8 Activities Building to schedule an interview appointment
Lack Experience . r, e ce Playoffs for these and other openings in Intelligence fields.
The fall of '64 was spent solely Lloyd 10, Allen Rumsey 6__

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