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'Page 12-Friday, November 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily
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A MAJOR EVENTS PRESENTATION

key Woolfolk
By GREG DeGULIS A SIG
After an intense media blitz in the recordsr
middle of the season, the crowd of has enjoy
reporters surrounding Michigan Ten stal
tailback Butch Woolfolk has dwindled Woolfolk
recently. Michigan
"ZI received a lot of attention around the confe
the (all-time Michigan rushing) Woolfo
record," said the soft-spoken senior carries o
from Westfield, N.J. "But I haven't, 6.0 yards
gotten 100 yards in four games. I'm not translate
too productive right now." per Big Ti
Many would dispute that point. ference.
IN FACT, Woolfolk is the most In addi
productive back in the history of Turf in M
Michigan football. Against North- one of th
western on October 24, Woolfolk passed wind-aide
Rob Lytle's rushing mark of 3,317 yards the Big T
to become the Wolverines' all-time Indoor3
leading rusher. qualificat
"It (the record) hasn't hit me yet," Team Tr
said Woolfolk. "I'm looking forward part ofV
to the next two games. ments. T
After the season, I'll be able to look winning4
back at individual achievements. It Michigan
was exciting for, me at the time," champion
Woolfolk continued. "Because Rob
Lytle sent me a telegram when I broke THIS C
the record." speed an
With every additional rushing attem- Woolfolk
pt this season, Woolfolk continues to et- the 1982
ch his name into the Michigan record draft. "B
books. Woolfolk currently has the great qua
following records: 3,509 career yards, directorc
650 rushing attempts, 15 100-yard Dallas Co
rushing games (career), and seven "He'sg
consecutive 100-yard games. competito
There's n
round pic
never on
PRIN Woolfolk
States."
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NIFICANT portion of these
reflect the success Woolfolk
yed in his senior year. The Big
tisticians have also written
's name down frequently as the
ntailback is the top rusher in
rence.
1k has 1,135 yards in 185
n the year for an impressive
per carry. These numbers
into an average of 123.0 yards
en game; also best in the con-
tion to his duties on the Tartan
[ichigan Stadium, Woolfolk is
e Big Ten's finest sprinters. A
ed 10.1 100 meters, a first in
Ten Outdoors 200 meters and
300 meters in 1980, and
tion for the 1980 U.S. Olympic
ials in the 200 meters are a
Woolfolk's track accomplish-
he senior also ran a leg for the
400-meter relay team to help
to the 1981 Big Ten Outdoor
nship.
COMBINATION of sprinter's
d 6-2, 207 pound size make
a possible first round pick in
National Football League
Butch Woolfolk has a lot of
alities," said Gil Brandt, ,the
of player personnel for the
wboys.
got good speed, he's a great
or and he's got good hands.
o doubt he's going to be a first
k." Illinois coach Mike White,
e to hold back praise, calls
"the finest back in the"United
hese thoughts of pro ball are in
nt future for Woolfolk. The
and is the fourth Rose Bowl
the four . years Woolfolk has
he maize-and-blue. The ex-
as Butch points out, is an ad-
for Michigan. "We've been
fore." Woolfolk said. "It's
ard work. A team like Wiscon-
be all excited about the Rose
get beat."
OF THE hard work Woolfolk
will be in preparation for the
efense. "It's not a traditional
efense (this year)," Woolfolk
sually, they are big and slow.
,they are small and quick."
bout the grass at Ross-Ade
"I prefer grass," Woolfolk
d. "You don't need all those
ds and I feel lighter and
Woolfolk gets any lighter and
fre may be the usual crowd of
-s surrounding the senior
after the Purdue game.

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AAT A management
union renew negot

Purdue d+
Purdue d
said. "U.
This year
What a
Stadium?
mentione
elbow pa
faster."
Well, if
faster, th4
reporter;
tailback a

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By E. AIE RIDEOUT

as days off with pay, the

After a week of inaction, AATA joint union-managem'ent
management officials renewed and uniforms for bus open
negotiations with representatives of the tackling the issue of wag
Transportation Employees "Union "We're.trying to focus on
(TEU) yesterday, but both sides agreed issues that tie in directlyw
only that the talks did little to resolve he said. "The more of t
the week-long strike. resolve, the more fundi
AATA employees walked off the job back into wages."
by a vote of 150-3 at midnight last Mon- BUT THE union
day after AATA management did not strategy as "dodgi"
recommend extension of the contract at the same time
that expired June 30, and the union guaranteed e
refused to ratify the management's contract.
final proposal. Shelley
AATA UPPED its six per cent wage TEU, c',Y7
increase offer to 9.2 per cent prior to the main r i t d e u t
contract expiration date. In its final of-'
fer last week, the union brought dow
its wage request to 33 per cent frt
per cent originally requested,
The two parties met both i
and together with a state o-f :i. a41 .. 0i= AX-h r
four hours yesterday bu'
AATA director Richard
new proposals were sut . r os nt v a
side..
According to
management has
of discussing norm T , 4er a', b jt sides

structure o"
committee,
rators bef,
ge incre
fifte-
wit
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SCORES
NBA
Detroit 130, Cleveland 99
Washington 95, Atlanta 87
NHL
Philadelphia 5, Hartford 3
Boston 4, Edmonton 2

Daily Photos by BRIAN MASCK
BUTCH WOOLFOLK (above) exhibits the moves and quickness that have
made him the all-time leading rusher in Michigan football history, as he
fakes out two Notre Dame defenders in the Wolverines 25-7 victory over the
Irish.

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BILLBOARD
On Saturday the Co-Rec doubles
racquetball tourney will be held from 11
a.m. to completion at the Intramural
Sports Building. Participants must be
at the building by 11 a.m. so they can be
let into the building by the tournament
director.
Im Score
Football Playoff
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
Penal Action 6, DSD IC O0
Public Health 6, 9-Osilks 0
Boys in Business 14, Trichobezoar 0

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