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Friday,

October 9, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAM

Page Seven

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Under our new "span the globe" policy, the sports staff brings
you our first guest selector from outside the limits of the continental
United States. Our precedent setting gridde picker is sports infor-
mation director Dick Fishback of the University of Hawaii.
Reaching deep into the cookie jar we were able to gather enough
crumbs to contact this well versed prognosticator from the land of
mangoes and papayas. Fishback, after a friendly aloha, shot off his
picks fearlessly, pausing only to nibble on a succulent passion fruit.
We are publishing Fishback's picks for the benefit of local gridde
pickers who may be troubled by some of this week's contests.
If you want a shot at beating the champ this week and winning
yourself a Cottage Inn pizza, get your choices to the Daily by mid-
night Friday :

1. MICHIGAN 23 at Purdue 10
(pick score)
2. ILLINOIS at Northwestern
3. Indiana at MINNESOTA
4. OHIO STATE at Michigan
State
5. WISCONSIN at Iowa
6. SOUTHERN CAL at Stan-
ford
7. HARVARD at Columbia
8. Princeton at DARTMOUTH
9. Pitt at NAVY
10. TENNESSEE at G e o r g i a
Tech
11. Florida at FLORIDA STATE

12. MISSISSIPPI at Georgia
13. SOUTH -CAROLINA at
North Carolina
14. MISSOURI at Nebraska
15. TEXAS TECH at Texas A-
&M
16. California at WASHING-
TON
17. Oklahoma vs. TEXAS at
. Dallas
18. Texas Christian at OKLA-
HOMA STATE
19. WESTERN MICHIGAN at
Kent State
20. ASHLAND at Muskingum

. tiIt's power against power, Jim League playoffs. There may be an-
Palmer's blazing fastball against other bundle of strikeouts in the
G r de P ck ng the free swinging Reds in a classic opener tomorrow.
imatchup in Cincinnati in the "We're aggressive hitters," Reds'
World Series baseball opener to- manager Sparky Anderson said of
Gurgling voices bounce silly on the grass. A tee-hee of hilarity morrow. the matchup. "We strike out a lot
sprinkles through the trees. Palmer, a 20-10 righthander this and we don't walk very much.
A child's smile; there's nothing else to say. They continue, they year for the Baltimore Orioles was We're a 3-0 hitting team."
do, these reverberations of pleasantry. What else can you say? chosen to start the opener by Anderson sent his team through
What, you say, what do the sprinkles connote? Another has manager Earl Weaver because of a squad game yesterday using re-
laughed lightly again. He eyes the note on The Daily bulletin board, strength. lievers Clay C a r r 011, Wayne
and gives off another simple smile. Granger and Don Gullet and
The Bookstore, you hear, the Bookstore - that rambling array Johnny Bench, Tony Perez and starter Tony Cloninger on the
of no-nothing books. What do they know about, yes, about football? ightanders In addition,hiting mound in the workout
Yea, they have challenged The Daily _ that muscular machine that Tolan, a left hander, hits south-
has all the brawn that's fit to sprint. And this Bookstore has the paws better than righties.
awe to challenge The Daily - surely, you jest. Gary Nolan, who was 18-7 for
You look at the contest again; you smile. What else is left? the Reds. will fc+he Orios _

tiC " U, Wl au 1G V1~ .
Nolan also started the playoff
series with the Pittsburgh Pirates
and pitched nine innings of shut
out ball.
Cincinnati is a 6-5 favorite to
take the series, according to Jim-
my "The Greek" Snyder. "This is
probably the closest series odds in'
history," he said.
Cincinnati is also a 6-5 favorite
to take tomorrow's game.
Palmer relies on his fast ball
as his out pitch. And it's the
fast ball that the big Cincinnati
hitters, Bench, Perez and May
thrive on.
Palmer struck out Bench a n d
Perez the only time he faced
them in the July All-Star game
this season.
Perez, the Reds' third baseman
who slammed 40 homers and
drove in 129 runs during the sea-
son is looking forward to facing
Palmer again.
"He's a challenge with his fast
ball, that's what I like," Perez
said.
Another Cincinnati All-Star,
right fielder Pete Rose did not
face Palmer then. "I don't think it
means anything what we did
against him at night. It's got to
be to the hitters' advantage to
see him in the day."
Palmer struck out 12 Twins,
pitching Baltimore to a clinching
6-1 triumph in the American
For the student body:
FLARES
by
I ~Levi
Farah
Wright
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7th in Poll
By The Associated Press
The Hurons of Eastern Mich-
igan gathered 90 votes from sports
writers and broadcasters this
week, to gain the seventh spot in
the Associated Press small college
football poll.
While Arkansas State, 3-0 after
running over the Citadel 24-7 last
weekend, continues to hold a slim
lead with seven first place votes,.
the battle still rages for the sec-
ond spot.
Montana, bumped from second
last week by Akron, returned to
that position after a 38-29 victory
over Weber State, and Akron
dropped to the number three spot,
despite a 31-0 rout of Ball State.
Montana now stands only two
points behind the leader Arkansas
State.
Two other Michigan schools,
Central Michigan and Northern
Michigan, also received votes.

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