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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GRID SELECTIONS
This week's guest selector is none other than that star of stage,
screen, radio, and the diag, Opal Bailey. Miss Bailey comes to the
University from Washington, D.C., home of Clark Norton, Bundy
McGeorge, and Stephen I. (for Ira) Firsheim. Miss Bailey who weighs
in between "100 and 200 pounds chose Michigan because of its fine
reputation for sports, a love of the outdoors, and Lloyd Graff. Not
quite adjusted to the Michigan way of doing things, Miss Bailey
commented that she was shocked and amazed at The Daily sports
staff choice of guest selector for Grid Picks.
"Who me?" she gasped as Clark Norton told her the news.
And yes ladies and gentlemen, it IS Opal Bailey. So sharpen up
your pencils, call your favorite bookie for a scoop on the odds, and
get your thing here by midnight tonight. Our mail has been running
3 to 1 against pizza pies, and the Butterfield Theaters (ever since
they ran Snow White for three weeks in August), but alas, that's
the only free stuff we can get.
(Consensus in Captials)
1. INDIANA at Michigan 11. CLEMSON at Duke
2. MICHIGAN ST. at Minnesota 12. COLORADO at Nebraska
3. Ohio St. at NORTHWESTERN 13. Texas Tech at FLORIDA ST.
4. NOTRE DAME at Illinois 14. HARVARD at Cornell
5. IOWA at Wisconsin 15. HOUSTON at Mississippi St.
6. Oregon St. at PURDUE 16. Iowa St. at MISSOURI
7. TENNESSEE at Alabama 17. Washington at SO. CALIF.
8. Texas at ARKANSAS 18. UCLA at Stanford
9. AUBURN at Georgia Tech 19. MIAMI (FLA.) at Pitt
10. California at SYRACUSE 20. BATES at American Int.
BOB McFARLAND (Executive Sports Editor, 51-29, .638)-Indiana, Minne-
sota, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Iowa, Purdue, Tennessee, Texas, Auburn, Syra-
cuse, Clemson, Cooradb, Florida St., Harvard, Houston, Missouri, Southern
California, UCLA, Miami (Fla.), Bates.
CLARK NORTON (Sports Editor, 45-35, .563) - Indiana, Michigan State,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, Iowa, Purdue, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia Tech,
Syracuse, Clemson, Nebraska, Florida St., Harvard, Houston, Missouri, Southern
California, UCLA, Miami (Fla,), Bates.
RICK STERN (Associate Sports Editor, 44-36, .550)-Indiana, Michigan St.,
Ohio St., Notre Dame, Iowa, Purdue, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Syracuse,
Clemson, Colorado, Florida St., Harvard, Houston, Missouri, Southern Cali-
fornia, UCLA, Miami (Fla.), Bates.
GRAYLE HOWLETT (Associate Sports Editor, 43-37, .538)-Indiana, Mich-
igan St., Ohio St., Notre Dame, Iowa, Purdue, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn,
Syracuse, Clemson, Colorado, Texas Tech, Cornell, Houston, Missouri, Southern
California, UCLA, Miami (Fla.), Bates.
OPAL C. BAILEY (Guest Selector)-Michigan, Michigan St., Northwestern,
Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Purdue, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Syracuse,
Cfemson, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Cornell, Houston, Missouri, Southern Cali-
fornia, UCLA, Miami (Fla.), Bates.

MONTREAL WINS:
Boston Trounces Red Wings

COLLEGE LIFE presents
BOB EHLE

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DETROIT (P) -- The Boston, the third period was two minutes

Bruins packed five goals into two
blitz-like sequences last night and
crushed the Detroit Red Wings
with a 6-3 come-from-behind vic-
tory to hang onto a share of first
place with Montreal in the Na-
tional Hockey League.
The surprising, unbeaten Bruins
scored their third straight one-
sided victory after an season open-
ing tie, and Fred Stanfield sparked
them for the second time in 48
hours.
Stanfield, who scored twice
against his old Chicago mates in
a 7-1 victory over the Black Hawks
Wednesday, scored his third and
fourth goals of the season on set-
ups from John McKenzie 27 sec-
onds apart in the second period.
Derek Sanderson had tied the
score 62 seconds earlier with a jab
in of Ted Green's rebound.
Boston dumped Detroit out of a
three-way tie for first and put the
game away with goals by Eddie
Shack and Johnny Bucek before
Professor Wins
MEXICO CITY (,) - Joseph
Puelo, 25, of Detroit, a history
professor at the University of
Michigan, took a second place in
the light heavyweight lifting in the
pre-Olympic games with a total of
1,039.5. He equaled the Olympic
press record with a lift of 341
pounds and set a new American
jerk record of 390.5 pounds.

old.
Boston, weakest scoring team in
the league last season, now has 231
goals in just four games.
MONTREAL (; )- Yvan Cour-
noyer's fifth goal in five games
and the flawless goal-tending of
veteran Gump Worsley carried the
Montreal Canadiens to a 1-0 Na-
tional Hockey League victory over
the Toronto Maple Leafs last
night.
Cournoyer, a shifty rightwinger
with a blazing shot, beat Toronto
goalie Johnny Bower at 5:36 of

the opening period with the Leafs
short-handed.
Worsley, supported by a tight-
checking defense, made the un-
assisted goal stand up for his 30th
career shutout.
Worsley, 38.uneeded to make only
15 saves as the Canadiens bottled
up Toronto's attack from the start.
The 42-year-old Bower stopped
26 Montreal shots in losing.
Toronto's Bob Pulford had 16
seconds to serve on a tripping pen-
alty when Cournoyer, a 25-goal
scorer last season, broke in alone
on Bower and fired the game's
only tally.

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Room 3A, Union

7:00 P.M.

NEW COURSE FOR
EXPECTANT PARENTS
FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION:
PREPARATION FOR THE
CHILDBEARING YEAR
Coll Instructor: Mrs. Ted. Seals,
R.N., 663-3198 for registration
information.
First Class: Wed., Oct. 25
Series: 8 weeks, 1 night per
week 7:30-9:30 P.M.
Jones School, Room 209
401 N. Division
Cost: $18.00 per couple
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Public Schools' Continuing
Ed. Dept.

Friday, October 20
Sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ

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NHL Standings

NBA Standings

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Eastern Division
W L
Boston..................3 0
Montreal ................31
Detroit................ 2 2
Toronto ................22
New York...............1 1
Chicago......... 0 4
Western Division
Califonrias...............29
Los Angeles........... 2 0
Philadelphia ............ 2 2
Pittsburgh.1 3
St. Louis ............... 1 2
Minnesota .. 0 2
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 1, Toronto 0
Boston 6, Detroit 3
Philadelphia 1, Pittsburgh 0

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Boston ................ 1 0 1.000
Detroit................ 1 0 1.000
Baltimore............ 1 0 1.000
Philadelphia.......... 1 0 1.00
New York............1 1 .500
Cincinnati 1 1 .500
Western Division
St. Louis ......... 4 0 1.000
San Francisco........2 3 .400
Los Angeles.........1 2 .333
Seattle............... 0 1 .000
San Diego........... 0 2 .000
Chicago............. 0 3 .000:
Yesterday's Results
San Francisco 116, Chicago 106
St. Louis 100, Los Angeles 95

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