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Page 14-Friday, September 18, 1981-The Michigan Daily
The weekly DAILY line--

O.K., where are the real football experts? Are they
up and coming frosh crammed in a dorm room? Are
they Greeks who predict games while painting the
Rock? Are they non-conformists who predict while
peering out from under a large marijuana plant? Or,
least likely of all, are they the senior sports editors at
the Daily?
Well, we shall find out as the senior sports editors
match wits with the weekly Gridde winner in picking
the winners of important college games. Last week's
winner, Jay Hill of West Quad, picked the winners for
this week and his choices appear next to the editors.

Who are the experts?
IS IT SPORTS editor Mark Mihanovic, the
notorious gamblin' man? Mihanovic puts his money
where his mouth is-what a big target!
Is it Ypsilanti-native Buddy Moorehouse, who is
known for his objective journalism-about as objec-
tive as Bob Ufer. Moorehouse believes everything
comes up maize and blue but all he saw was red in
Wisconsin.
Is it Drew Sharp, the young man who just found a
new toy-alcohol. Sharp picked Notre Dame, so that
should tell you what his new toy has accomplished.

IS IT GREG DeGulis, the Cleveland native who is
still sitting in Municipal Stadium waiting for last win-
ter's Brian Sipe pass to fall into a Browns uniform?
Is it the unknown Hill, the Gridde winner from the
hallowed halls of West Quad? When asked about his
chances, Hill only said, "I predict while I eat, and I
eat an awful lot."
But what does Hill know? The West Quad food has
gone to his brain. Next week, however, you can bat-
tle the prognosticators if you are the Gridde Picks
winner. Get your Gridde Picks to the Daily (420
Maynard) by midnight Friday and you can be a win
ner, too.

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Tigers fall, 6-1

BOSTON (AP)-Jim Rice collected
four hits, including a three-run homer
and a run-scoring double, as the Boston
Red Sox completed a four-game series
sweep with a 6-1 victory over Detroit
last night.
The win moved the Red Sox past the
idleMilwaukee Brewers to within one-
half game of the division-leading Tigers
in the American League East.
Detroit loaded the bases with one out
in the fourth on three consevutive

walks. But Ojeda got Tom Brookens on
a line-drive to third and Lou Whitaker
on a fly to left.
The Tigers scored in the sixth on Ron
Jackson's bloop single, a single through
the middle by John Wockenfuss and a
sacrifice fly by Brookens.
Jefferson= traded
GREEN BAY (AP) - The Green
:Bay Packers acquired all-pro wide
receiver John Jefferson from the San
Diego Chargers yesterday, the National
Football League club said.
Jefferson did not report to the
Chargers because of a contract dispute.
THE PACKERS said they acquired
Jefferson "for future undisclosed draft
choices and other considerations to be
determined at a later date."
"The trade is conditional upon Jef-
ferson reporting and passing his
physical," the announcement said.
The Packers did not immediately
specify the draft choices and con-.
siderations involved.
Playoff dates set
NEW YORK (AP)- The longest
series of postseason games in major
league history will begin Tuesday, Oct.
6, Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn
and the two league presidents have an-
nounced.
SCORES
Major League Baseball
American League
Boston 6, Detroit 1
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 2
National League
St. Louis 7, Montreal 4
Philadelphia 3, New York 2

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hree Student Member Openings
Openings include:
One member Fall 1981-April 1982
Two members Fall 1981-April 1983
Deadline for Student Legal Services application
is Monday, September 21, 1981
Applications and Committee descriptions
available at MSA
3909 Michigan Union-763-3242

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