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ge 8-Wednesday, September 20,

1978-The Michigan Daily

"Sigh," sighed Jimmy the Greek as "You - you won the Griddes!''
, y andered aimlessly about his sputtered Jimmy. "But how? I pick
Luious Las Vegas apartment. games better than you!"
Nyhat's wrong, dear?"'inquired his "Yes, but I get my picks in to The
it Mrs. The Greek. Daily at 420 Maynard before midnight
?I1's those darn Michigan Daily Friday and you don't," she explained.
64ke Picks honey-muffler," he said.
I| 4ter every week, but I never win." 1. MICHIGAN at Notre Dame
rust then the doorbell rang. It was the (pick score)
ailman with a package. 2. Ohio State at Minnesota
"Hot dang!!" exclaimed Mrs. Greek. 3. Wisconsin at Northwestern
It's the small, two-item Pizza Bob 4. Stanford at Illinois
izza I won for picking the Griddes 5. Syracuse at Michigan State
orrectly." 6. Iowa State at Iowa
7. Ohio U. at Purdue
8. Washington at Indiana
9. Southern Cal at Alabama
BILLIARDS 10. Yale at Brown
at 11. Maryland at North Carolina
12. Arizona at Texas Tech
R EDUCED 13. Baylor at Kentucky
RA TES 14. Duke at South Carolina
to P.M. Everyday 15. Kansas State at Tulsa
2 pr h u 16. Mississippi at Missouri
t th5 per our 17. Washington State at Arizona State
at the 18. Indiana State at Eastern Michigan
UNION 19. Central Conn. at Slippery Rock
20. DAILY LIBELS at Hebrew Univ.
- E_ (Sat. night)
INTRAMURAL OFFICIALS

Blue fallns k ightly in latest pos
You see there's this snail, see, and he's stuck in this hole that's 30 feet
deep. Every day, see, he tries to climb out of the hole, and every day he only
climbs three feet. However, every night he falls back two feet. How many *
days does it take him to get out of the hole?
The Michigan Wolverines must be feeling a lot like that little snail right
now. The Wolverines, ranked sixth in both the AP and UPI preseason polls,y4
moved up two notches the first week without even playing, as Notre Dame's
opening game loss and Penn State's unimpressive showings edged Michigan v,
up by default.
But this week the wire service polls show the Wolverines in fifth place, a
drop of one position from last week, despite their opening game,31-0,
squelching of Illinos.
The Nittany Lions roared past the Wolverines on the strength of their 19- "....
0 shutout of our friends down in Columbus, who's aerial experiement turned
out to be a self-destructing bomb. r,
Penn State finds itself tied for third with Oklahoma in the latest AP poll,. a
and in fourth place in this week's coaches (UPI) poll.
Meanwhile, Alabama-a 38-20 winner over Missouri-remains atop both'
polls, followed by both Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Notre Dame finds itself ranked 14th in the UPI and AP heading into this
week's encounter with the Maize and Blue. The Buckeyes have plummeted
to 16th in the AP and 19th in the UPI.
Oh-the answer to our brain teaser? Well, the snail's net progress is one d y F,
foot a day, so your first tendency is to say it takes him thirty days to get out.
But, on the 28th day, he will climb three feet and be out of the hole, so he can't" '"
fall back two feet. Thus the answer, if you care, is 28 days. -DAILY SPORTS
UPI Top Twenty AP Top Twenty

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Sports Activity
CONTACT SANDY SANDERS
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Dept. of Recreational Sports

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Alabama (34) ............. 2-0
Oklahoma (4) ............ 2-0-
Arkansas(1) ............ 1-0
Penn St. (1) ............... 3-0
MICHIGAN (1)...........1-0
Texas .................... 1-0
Southern Cal ............2-0
UCLA ................... 2-0
Pittsburgh ...............1-0
Texas A&M ............... 1-0
LSU ...................... 1-0
Nebraska ................. 2-1
Florida St............... 2-0
Notre Dame .............. 0-1
Colorado .............. 2-0
Maryland ................. 2-0
Washington ............... 1-1
Clemson .................. 1-0
Ohio St.................... 0-1
Arizona St................ 2-0

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Alabama (50) .......... 2-0-0
Arkansas (6).......... 1-0-0
Oklahoma (1)......... 2-0-0
(tie) Penn St. (4).......3-0-0
MICHIGAN...........1-0-0
Texas .................. 1-0-0
Southern Cal ........... 2-0-0
UCLA...............2-0-0
Texas A&M...........1-0-0
Louisiana State.........1-0-0
Pittsburgh ............. 1-0-0
Nebraska .............. 2-1-0
Florida State ........... 2-0-0
Notre Dame ............ 0-1-0
Washington ............ 1-1-0
Ohio State .............. 0-1-0
Missouri ............... 1-1-0
Maryland .............. 2-0-0
Colorado ............... 2-0-0
Iowa State ............. 2-0-0

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Farmer Huck Daily Photo by WAYNE CABLE
Michigan tailback Harlan Huckleby demonstrates some of his gridiron gardening
techniques, as he plants his foot before cutting upfield in action from last week's
Illinois game. Huck plowed for 25 yards against the Illini, but was forced out of
the game early with a pinched nerve in his neck. However, it is expected that
the senior from Detroit's Cass Tech will be able to play in the Irish pastures this
weekend.

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Mc Court verdict has
meaning only to NHL
By The Associated Press
The Alecision by a federal judge barring the National Hockey League
from assigning a player as compensation won't affect football, basketball or
baseball, representatives of the three other sports said yesterday.
U.S. District Court Judge Robert DeMascio issued a restraining order in
Detroit Monday saying Dale McCourt, a budding star, did not have to report
to the Los Angeles Kings as ordered by NHL President John Ziegler but
could remain with the Detroit Red Wings, who signed veteran goalie
Rogatien Vachon after Vachon played out his contract with the Kings.
The ruling was based, in part, upon the fact that the NHL compensation
procedure was not agreed upon through collective bargaining. The other
sports seem safe from the affect of the court decision because the National
Football League,' National Basketball Association and major league
baseball compensation structures were negoitated as portions of overall
collective bargaining agreements.
In the NFL, compensation is determined by the free agent's salary. The
more he makes, the higher or greater number of draft choices go from the
team that signs him to the team that loses him. The March 1977 agreement
superceded the old Rozelle-Rule, named after Commissioner Pete Rozelle.
He had previously determined compensation when teams could not agree on
it.
Under the NBA's 1976 agreement, also court-approved, if two teams
can't agree on compensation, NBA Commissioner Lawrence O'Brien can
award players, draft choices, cash or a combination.
Baseball has fewer restrictions on free-agent movement than the other
sports. But it, too, is controlled by a bargaining agreement, with a specific
number of teams permitted to bid for players on the open market, a limit to
the number of players a team may sign based on the number it loses to free
agency, and draft choices, albeit far less yaluable than football or basketball
draft picks, awarded to teams losing players.

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BILLBOARD 9
The Graduate Soccer Club will be'
out to avenge its 1977 loss to the Un-
dergraduate Soccer Club when it taks
on the undergrads in their annual mat-
ch tomorrow night, September 21st, at.
Ferry Field. Game timq is 7:30 p.m. on'
the artificial turf.

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