Cisco Extended ACL - Correct ACE Syntax

Need to add access control entry (ACE) to extended access-list on Cisco Catalyst 3560 switch (IOS v12.2) that allows a laptop (10.0.0.32/8) to make a TELNET connection to a Host (192.168.0.205/24)

I entered the ACE like this and it does not work:
 30 permit tcp host 10.0.0.32 0.255.255.255 192.168.0.205 eq 23

The Cisco 'sh access-list 104' output for this ACE becomes this...look at the wierd subnet mask?
30 permit tcp host 10.0.0.32 0.87.255.50 192.168.0.205 eq telnet

Anyway could please refresh me on the correct ACE syntax to allow an individual Host to make a TELNET connection to another individual Host?
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John MeggersNetwork ArchitectCommented:
Try:
30 permit tcp host 10.0.0.32 host 192.168.0.205 eq 23

Since both are hosts, the wildcard mask is unnecessary.
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dealvisAuthor Commented:
Wow, so simple.  Don't I feel stupid.  Thanks  Very much, your ACE example was perfect.

20 permit tcp host 10.0.0.32 host 192.168.0.206 eq 23 log

Now our Apple Admin on VLAN 4 can telnet into the access layer switch on VLAN 2 to make changes to port settings for his users.  Thanks Again
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