THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1966
PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1966
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Ann Arbor Ski Club
"SKI ON THE WILD SIDE"
GRID SELECTIONS Wings Blank
Oliver (Big O) Darden, captain of the 1965-66 Michigan basket- H aw ks, 3-0
ball team, has taken time out from his law studies to venture into
the unknown as guest grid pick selector. By The Associated Press
Darden, who turned down an offer to play with overpowering DETROIT - Alex Delvecchio
Detroit Pistons to go to graduate school, had a hard time choosing Ws ed tice as techDetroit Red
between the two participants in our game of the week, River Falls Black Hawks 3-0 in a National
and Stout State. He finally chose River Falls after much coercing Hockey League game last night.
from one of our reporters. Delvecchio scored in the second
For those who have been wondering what, if anything, The Daily period. Defenseman Leo Boivin
is giving to the winners of the weekly grid picks, an answer has been added a goal late in the third
found, Cottage Inn Pizza has volunteered to give our weekly winners period, and Delvecchio fired in his
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MICHIGAN STATE at Indiana
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OHIO STATE at Iowa
SMU at ARKANSAS
Mississippi at TENNESSEE
Missouri at OKLAHOMA
PRINCETON at Yale
CALIFORNIA at Army
GEORGIA at Auburn
Florida State at SYRACUSE
Texas A&M at RICE
Air Force at NORTH CAROLINA
BRIGHAM YOUNG at Utah
IOWA STATE at Kansas State
WASHINGTON at Oregon State
NAVY at Vanderbilt
CLEMSON at Maryland
RIVER FALLS at Stout State
aSt.) JIM LaSOVAGE (Associate Sports Editor, 107-53-.669)-Michigan, Purdue,
in St.)Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Princeton,
Army, Georgia, Syracuse, Rice, Air Force, Brigham Young, Iowa State, Wash-
Y 'e 3# ington, Navy, Maryland, River Falls.
Y the 1 3t GIL SAMBERG (Assistant Sports Editor, 103-57-.644)-Michigan, Purdue,
Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, SMU, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Princeton,
Army, Georgia, Florida State, Texas A & M, North Carolina, Brigham Young, Iowa
r 2 5 State, Oregon State, Vanderbilt, Clemson, River Falls.
r £ C CHUCK VETZNER (sports Editor, 98-62-.613)-Michigan, Minnesota, Michi-
gan State, Illinois, Ohio State, SMU, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Princeton, Cali-
fornia, Auburn, Syracuse, Rice, North Carolina, Brigham Young, Iowa State,
Washington, Navy, Clemson, River Fails,
fill-upJIM TINDALL (Associate Sports Editor, 95-64-.594)-Michigan, Minnesota.
ry fill-u Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Princeton,
California, Georgia, Syracuse, Rice, North Carolina, Brigham Young, Kansas
State, Washington, Vanderbilt, Maryland, River Falls.
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Syracuse, Texas A & M, North Carolina, Utah, Kansas State, Washington, Navy,
Clemson, River Falls.
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i eo d 8seconds later.
The Wings appeared listless in,
the first period but gained steam
as the game progressed and over-
whelmed the Hawks in the final
Lou Angotti missed the best
chance for a Chicago goal when
he slipped the puck behind Crozer
in the final period. But the shot
hit a goal post and bounced out.
BOSTON-Rookie Goalie Gerry
Cheevers, recalled from the min-
ors four days ago, fashioned his
first National Hockey League
shutout last night as the Boston
Bruins snapped Toronto's seven-
game unbeaten streak by blank-
ing the Maple Leafs 4-0.
The 25-year-old Cheevers, called
up from the minors to replace#
injured Ed Johnston, kicked out!
30 Toronto shots.
The victory enabled the Bruins
to climb out of last place over
the idle New York Rangers.
CINCINNATI - A three point
play by Bailey Howell in the last'
13 seconds brought the Boston
Celtics an 113-112 overtime Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory over Cincinnati last night.
Howell scored a field goal to tie
the, score, was fouled by Jerry.
Lucas, and sank the free throw to
clinch the game.
The Royals made three attempts
to score in the last 10 seconds, but
failed each time.
Boston led through much of the
game-sometimes by as much as
13 points-but the Royals battled
back and Lucas tied the score
102-102 with two three throws
near the end of regulation play.
The Michigan freshmen foot-
ball game with Toledo, post-
poned last week because, of
weather, has been rescheduled
for tonight at 8:00 on Ann
Arbor High's Holloway Field.
The Daily Libels meet the
Michigan State News gridders
this afternoon at 4:15 in an at-
tempt to finish the season un-
defeated. Sporting a_ 3-0 record,
the Libels are heavy favorites to
take the field first (Ferry, that
THE JUNIOR CIRCUIT
By CLARK NOR TON
Of Frogs and Freud
"Gee, Real Blood"
"Though the boys throw stones at frogs in sport, yet the
frogs do not die in sport but in earnest."-Plutarch
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. Every frog
should read it before he croaks.
And a eoach is hung in effigy.
"I just don't like to loose, in anything I do. And that goes for
the teams I root for ...."
And a coach "resigns" his position (for health reasons'.
"They're considered quite a delicacy you know."
"What Was His Name Again?"
"If I should lose, let me stand by the road and cheer as the
winners go by."-Berton Braley
"He's a good sport, wot?"
"Who's that, old chap?"
"That bloke over there. Ran a simply horrid contest, but he's
congratulating the victors. Rather good show, I think."
"So it is."
"Shame he finished last."
"Have to go over and tell him to step aside while we're shooting
"Nice fellow, though."
I just don't like to lose, in anything I do. And that goes for
"I Hated to Let Him Go"
"If the coach thinks Joe (good old Joe) can help the team
more than me, then he should play. We're winning, which is the
only important thing."-typical athlete
Treacle, treacle. The last of the maple syrup philosophers.
Don't believe him.
"You should have more faith in humanity."
"I've got team spirit."
"Let's face it, what else can I say?"
"The coach wouldn't like it."
He did mention that he thinks you sit on the bench with the
best of them.
"Just wait until we win."
"They" win, you mean. The coach just gave you your uncon-
ditional release. Go home and read about Joe.
Used to Like the Yankees"
One- of the major fascinations of men with sports seems to
be that they can somehow identify with the athletic hero on the
playing field, and in this way help to allay their feelings of
deficiency concerning their own masculinity. That is why it is so
important for many males that their home town team be a win-
ner."--an elementary psychology textbook
"He's very handsome. I think I'll vote for him."
Democracy assumes a rational public.
"So maybe I need a father image more than new roads and
fewer taxes. How do you like them apples?"
Still a bit green.
"So maybe if I shout at Bump Elliott I release my aggression and
become a more stable person in the outside community."
Have you tried Bromo Seltzer.
"What if I told you I'm a Mets fan?"
You haven't taken psychology.
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