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THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesd©y, September 9, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 9, 1970

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The Prolect Community
Formerly UM Tutorial Project)

Stickmen anticipate revenge

By BILL ALTERMAN

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THURS.. SEPT. 10, 1970'
3rd Floor Conference Room
MICHIGAN UNION'

Amidst the Autumn fervor over
football another group of athletes
will attempt to improve on , an
already impressive record. This
Monday the Michigan Lacrosse
club will start practice with many
of last year's starters back .from
a team that, like their football
counterparts, won their last five
season games.
This fall the stickmen have
tentatively scheduled three games,
one away against Ohio State and
two against Notre Dame. Unlike
the football squad, last fall they
were crushed by OSU 10-1. That
was the team's only Autumn game
however, as the club was still un-
dergoing an organizational revis-
ion.
Now their chance for revenge
against OSU has come and coach-
es Skip Flanagan and Bob Ka-
man are looking forward to the
season with barely concealed glee.
"This year," explains Kaman,
"we are much deeper and h a v e
more experience. A lot of players
® who first joined the team l a s t

year now have a full year behind
them."
Returning for the Wolverines are
20 of 25 full-time players and 7
of 10 starters.
One of the brightest of the re-
turnees is Jay Johnston. "Though
only a sophomore,, he is a tre-
mendous goalie and has a lot of
lacrosse sense," says Kaman. -
The midfield also looks strong
with both three-man lines re-
turning almost intact. Despite a
seven game schedule, as opposed
to ten games for most teams,
Dick Dean was second in the mid-
west in scoring last year. Flana-
gan, another midfielder, w a s
third in assists.
A number of outstanding play-
ers from last year's offense, how-
ever, will not ;be back. The most
painful loss occurred in Ma y
'when attackman Bob Gillon was
killed in an automobile accident.
Plans are currently being made to
have a scoreboard erected on Fer-
ry Field in his honor. In addition,j
the Sports Club Organization will
annually give an award to the club
sportsmen who most exemplifies

the! spirit and interests Gillon dis-
played.
Two other major losses on the
offense include Roger Mills, who
has gone to Kenya for his graduate
work, and Tom Middaugh, who
likewise will be deeply involved
in his graduate studies.
Returning to attack w ill1 be
Steve Hart. He is expected to be
joined by several transferees from
Cornell and Navy who have ex-
pressed interest in plpying.
The defense loses John Synd-
horst who has departed to study
dentistry in Iowa. Kaman expects
three returning juniors however,
Dave Fisher, Dave Lausma an d
Palmer College completed a
six game sweep last Sunday
and won the Windsor Inter-
national Invitational R u g b y
Tournament. Michigan, c o m-
peting in the loser's bracket,
lost their final game to London
(Ontario) St. George 3-0 fin-
ishing an overall sixth in t h e
tournament.

Tim Cotter to turn in a compe-
tent job.
In the spring the team will play
12 games, including a game with
Columbus, which is considered the
finest team in the midwest. The
stickmfen also have scheduled
matches against Cleveland, Cin-
cinnati, Notre Dame and Michigan
State.
In April they will again head
out to Virginia, this time to enjoy
the free lodging offered them by
Roanoke. While on the trip they
hope to meet. in addition to
Roanoke, VPI, Washington and
Lee, and the University of Vir-
ginia.
Plans for the near future are,
however, more modest. Starting on
the 19th, the team will scrimmage
on Friday night on the Tartan
Turf. Then sometime in October
they will start their three game
fall schedule, with one of the
Notre Dame games being held on
the morning of' a home football
game.
Hmmm, maybe Bo Schehbech-
ler should give them a little pep
talk before that game with the
Buckeyes.

8:00,PeM\

Stickmen in action
WILD, WILD EAST
Cubs top Bucs; "Mets win

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By The Associated Press

PITTSBURGH - The Chicago
Cubs. behind the eight-hit pitch-
ing of Bill Hands and a 15-hit
attack, roared by Pittsburgh 10-3
yesterday and moved within a
game of the National League East
leading Pirates.
Randy Hundlfy drove in t h r e e
Cub runs with three singles, Ron
Santo had three singles and two
RBIs and Joe Pepitone cracked a
two-run triple to lead the Cub
bombardment.
Hands gave upN three of tih'e
Pittsburgh hits in the fourth in-
ning when the Pirates scored two
runs. putting them back in the
game at 4-2.
But the Cubs moved away with

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a run in the seventh and five in
the eighth, keyed by Pepitone's
two-run triple and the inadequacy
of Pirate relief pitching, which
gave up. a total of 10 walks.
The Cubs scored two in the se-
cond and two in the third off
Steve Blass, 9-11.
Mets maul
NEW YORK - Tug McGraw
hurled five innings of effective
relief and Cleon Jones got New
York started with awfirst-inning
triple as the Mets defeated the
Montreal Expos 10-5 yesterday.
and further tightened the already
tangled National League East.
Jones' triple off loser Steve
Renko, 10-10, followed a one-out
walk to Wayne Garrett in t he
opening inning. Don Clendenon
got Jones home with a sacrifice
fly.'
The Mets doubled their lead in
the third. Art Shamsky singled,
.Clendenon walked and a throw-
ing error by first baseman Jim
Gosger loaded the bases. One run
scored on Jerry Grote's infield
single and Bud Harrelson hit a
sacrifice fly for the other.

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