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-MMsi~1, iw THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY
" + 14V FOOTBALL ACTION:
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By DAVE ANDREWS I
"Put the foot back into foot-
ball" fans had been crying for
many years, so they did, and now
everyone's worried except Michi-
gan's football Coach Bump Elliott.
The widening of the goal posts
last year and the addition of the
"wild card" rule, which was de-
signed to allow specialists to enter
the game gave the kicker more
emphasis than he has had for a
long time in college football.
Coach Duffy Daugherty of
Michigan State even went to the
extreme of using a soccer player
to kick off for him last week
against Iowa when his own men
weren't kicking long enough. How-
ever, despite all the publicity the
stunt received, his soccer-player
didn't do any better than anyone
else, and whether or not he will
be used again remains to be seen.
Lack Consistency
"The only thing we lack here
is consistency", said Elliott yes-
terday in regard to his crew of
boosters, whose worth has been
questioned following the Michigan
State battle.
A quick look at the length of the
Michigan punts in the first three
games conf.irms this statement.
Reid. Bushong, the number one
punter for the Wolverines, has
kicked better than 40 yards
several times, but has squibbed
quite a few with the shortest
traveling only 23 yards. He has
still averaged about 34 yards per
punt, with several going into the
rend zone, costing him 20 yards per
kick, as happened on his short
one.
Bushong has been plagued by
this trouble since he was a sopho-
more. He got off his longest kick,
of 67 yards against Indiana that
year, but was rarely used behind
steady Darrell Harper.
Scot Maentz, Michigan's alter-
nate punter, has also been un-
predictable.
'Mr. Everything'
Elliott smiled when asked about
last year's Mr. Everything when it

came to kicking, Darrell Harper.
"He was a real good punter and
place kicker," said Elliott.
However, when it comes to place
kicking, the Wolverines don't have
to hang their heads this fall. The
job is in the good "feet" of John
Halstead. Halstead, who kicked
the field goal that nearly beat
Missouri a year ago (Michigan
lost on the game's last play) con-
verted on five consecutive PAT
tries this year, and booted a 35-
yard field goal against Michigan
State in the 24-17 loss two weeks
ago..
"One of those days"
Last week against Duke? "Just
one of those days," said Elliott.
"We were pretty surprised when
we only scored one extra point."
The Wolverines tried a fake once
and bad center snaps also hurt.
Lee Hall has- been Michigan's
best kickoff man thus far, with
Maentz again assuming part of
the responsibility. Both are im-
proving continually, and don't be
surprised if a couple of kickoffs
hit the end zone against North-
western Saturday.
Maybe the Wolverines don't
kick quite as well as in the past
couple of years, but the coaching
staff isn't worried, and they're
the ones who should know about
such matters.

MAENTZ BOOTS ONE - Scott Maentz, Michigan end, booms a
punt downfield in practice. Maentz, a kick off man as well as
a punter, is the only Wolverine to do both. He is also a fine
pass catcher.

PRO HOCKEY, BASKETBALL:
Hawks Blank Leafs 3-0 To Lead NHL

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By The Assc ted rrens
CHICAGO-The Chicago Black
Hawks moved into first place in
the National Hockey League to-
night with their third straight vic-
tory, a 3-0 beating of the winless
Toronto Maple Leafs at the Chi-
cago Stadium.
Glenn Hall's shutout netmind-
ing and the power of Bobby Hull,
the league's defending scoring

GRID SELECTIONS
In addition to the big game of the Gulf Coast Conference,
'lbugaloo at Philander Smith, there are other important contests
this week. Of most immediate interest to Ann Arborites is the
Michigan-Northwestern game.
With Dennis Fitzgerald sidelined, the Wolverines will lose some
much needed punch in their lineup. The defense will have its work
cut out for it when they try to stop Dick Thornton and Company.
Decide the winner, the score, and the victors of the other games
on this week's list.
Send you entries to Grid Picks, Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard
St. Ann Arbor, or return it by hand to the main office on the second
floor.
Entry blanks may be picked up at the Daily office and must be
in by Friday midnight to be eligible. The winner will receive two
free tickets to the Michigan Theater, now showing "The Dark At
The Top Of The Stairs".

champion, paced the fast start-
ing Chicagoans to their fourth
game without defeat. The Hawks
tied New York, 1-1, in the league
opener.
Hall kicked aside 25 Toronto
shots, while Hull chipped in with
a goal-his fifth in four games--
and two assists.
Chicago's other scorers were de-
fenseman Dollard St. Laurent and
Hull's linemate Murray Balfour.
* * *
Cincinnati 133, Detroit 113
DETROIT - The Cincinnati
Royals stopped the Detroit Pis-
tons, 133-113, last night in a
National .Basketball Association
exhibition game.
The Royals shot 55 per cent
from the floor, dropping in 49 of
89. The Pistons had 42 per cent.
on 42 of 106.
Arlen Bockhorn was high man
for the night, dropping in 30
points for Cincinnati. His team-
mate, All-America Oscar Robert-
son, got 25.
Gene Shue led Detroit with 16
points and Bailey Howell got 15.
The Pistons play Syracuse Friday
night at Fort Wayne, Ind.
* * *.
St. Louis 130, Philadelphia 118
CLINTON, Mo.-The St. Louis
Hawks got off to a fast start,
weathered a third period storm1
and defeated Philadelphia, 130-
118, in a National Basketball As-
sociation exhibition game here last
night.

Wilt Chamberlain played only
the first half and scored 14 points.
The Hawks had seven men in
double figures. Clyde Lovelettee
made 10 of 12 shots from the field
and totalled 21 points.
Cliff Hagan paced St. Louis with
25 points, Bob Pettit scored 15
and Al Ferrari broke the game
open in the final minutes with
10 of his 14 points.
Paul Arizin put in 15 points in
the third period and Andy John-
son scored 13 in that quarter but
the Warriors were unable to get
closer.
Golf Course
Closes Soon
The University Golf Course
and Clubhouse will close for the
season on Sunday, October 16, Jack
Blott, golf service manager of the
Course, announced.
Blott said that no one would
be permitted to play on the Course
after Sunday.
Students and staff members
having lockers in the clubhouse
are reminded that all lockers must
be checked out before the course
closes, UNLESS ARRANGE-
MENTS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR
WINTER STORAGE. which is
available for only $2.00. Those not
checking out lockers before the
closing time will be charged the
winter storage fee before equip-
ment in the locker is released.
The Course will be closed Sat-
urday because of the football
game with Northwestern, which
results in cars parking inside the
SGolf Course gates.

Here are this week's Grid Picks:
1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN 12.
(score) 13.
2. Wisconsin at Iowa
3. Marquette at Indiana 14.
4. Illinois at Minnesota 15.
5. Michigan State at Notre 16.
Dame.
6. Ohio State at Purdue 17.
7. Army at Nebraska 18.
8. Oklahoma at Kansas 19.
9. Penn State at Syracuse 20.
10. Air Force at Navy
11, Arkansas at Texas

Alabama at Tennessee
. North Carolina State
Duke

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UCLA at Washington
Clemson at Maryland
Wake Forest at North Caro-
lina
Colorado at Iowa State
TCU at Texas A & M
Holy Cross at Dartmouth
Tougaloo at Philander Smith
(score)

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NHL STANDINGS
W L T Pts. GF
Chicago 3 0 1 7 11
Montreal 2 0 26 13
New York 220411
Boston 0 1 3 3 9
Detroit 0 1 3 3 $
Toronto 0 3 1 1 5

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