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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 23, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 23, 1972

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NLRB closes ears

to Vikings
MINNEAPOLIS 1) - N a -
tional Labor Relations B o a r d
examiner Melvin Welles refused
to hear testimony yesterday from
the general manager of the
Minnesota Vikings during t h e
hearing on a complaint filed
against the National Football
League owners.
General Manager Jim Finks
had been scheduled to testify on
behalf of the NFL owners on
the complaint filed by the NFL
Players Association charging the
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GM's plea
owners with refusal to bargain
on the issues of artificial turf
safety and automatic player
fines.
Finks was to explain how the
introduction of artificial turf
eased the arrangement of sched-
ules in stadiums where football
and baseball teams both play.
However Theodore Kheel, the
owners counsel, had entered sim-
ilar testimony earlier. and ex-
aminer Welles ruled Finks testi-
mony would be "irrelevent."
Kheel said that because arti-
ficial turf is so closely related
to scheduling and other aspects
of stadium ownership, it is not
a mandatory subject for negotias
tion. It is not a simple matter
of working conditions, Kheel ar-
gued.
But Welles rejected this arg-
ment and Finks scheduled tol
Welles said that just because
there are serious problems in
the bargaining process on cer-
fain issues, this does not mean
these issues are not barsain-
able.
Whether or not artificial turfi
or automatic fines are good or
bad is not at is.sic, Wollfes said.
The isste is whether they are
problems subject to bargaining.
What is a bargainable issue is
still the crux of the contro-
versyhaccording tothe uex -
changes in yesterday's testi-
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The NCAA rule allowing frosh
to play varsity ball was criticiz-
ed yesterday by a majority of
the players practicing for Satur-
day night's nationally televised
collision between the East and
the West.
"I do not think it is fair be-
cause I do not think a freshman
has a chance," said 250-pound
Larry Jacobson, a defensive line-
man from National champion Ne-
braska. "You cannot take an
18-year-old and put him up
against a 22-year-old. Just mov-
ing from home to college is a
big deal in itself."
Alabama running back John-
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had a weak backfield when Iwas
a freshman and I probably could
have made the team, but I
could not have been effective.
It might be a little different if
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training before his freshman sea-
son."
Defensive back Tom Darden
of Michigan said, "There are
too many psychological prob-
lems just coining on to a col-
lege campus. I probably could
have made the team, but I know
I could not have played."
Quarterback Paul Miller of
North Carolina said, "your first
semester is the most important
as far as school work. The soc-
ial atmosphere is different. There
are probably a lot of guys play-
ing in this game who could
have played as freshmen, but
that is. only a handful compared
to the thousands throughout the
country. I do not think it is a
goo title."
MOST PLAYERS here believe
they could have made the team
as freshmen but as linebacker
Mike Taylor of Michigan put it:
"You can learn the plays .
that's about all."
Oklahoma quarterback J a c k
Mildren said, "I cannot conceive
of anybody starting at OU as a
freshman. The rule might help.,
the smaller schools."
Jerry Tagge, Nebraska quarter-
back, said, "there is no way a
freshman can grasp the system.
I was third string on our fresh-
man team and did not even start
a game. I do not think the rule
means very much."
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