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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 5, 1982-Page 11

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

NFL players reconsider demand

WASHINGTON (AP) - Negotiators
for striking National Football League
players are ready to discuss dropping.
their demand for a minimum wage
scale if the club owners agree to a
system tied to a maximum wage and
incentive and performance bonuses,
union bargainers told the Associated.
Press yesterday.
The union's insistence on a minimum
wage scale has been a major obstacle in
negotiations and was a key factor in
triggering the players strike two weeks
ago.
"I THINK WE could get the member-
ship to swallow giving up the minimum
wage," union president Gene Upshaw
said.
The union negotiators also said they
are prepared to entertain a proposal for
a "private mediation" but indicated

they still were cool to federal
mediation, which NFL Management
Council negotiators want.
The union's abrupt about face on the
minimum wage scale and mediation
was traced to a one-hour discussion
Friday night between union chief Ed
Garvey and Jack Donlan, the owners'
chief negotiator.
"SIGNALS were receivedbduring that
conversation t~o lead us to believe the,
owners would be agreeable to an annual
cap on wages," Garvey said.
Repeated phone calls to Donlan on
Monday were unanswered. The
management council's executive com-
mittee, made up of six club owners, met
in New York but council spokesman
Jim Miller wold not say where. He also
said no post-meeting statement was
planned.
Three days of negotiations aimed at
ending the strike ended Saturday with
no progress reported. No future talks
have been scheduled.
DONLAN HAS previously sought the
intervention of a federal mediator to
aid in reaching accord on a new collective
tive bargaining agreement. Union of-
ficials had discounted mediation saying
negotiators are "too far apart" for
mediation.
Garvey, however, said Sunday that if
the committee of club owners joined
negotiations and still no progress was
made, mediation would be the next
step.
Monday night Garvey said the union
would consider "some form of private
mediation to get the talks moving."
Knicks sign Tucker
NEW YORK (AP) - The New York
Knicks have signed Trent Tucker, their
number one draft choice, to a multi-
year contract, the National Basketball

Association team announed yesterday.
Terms of the contract were not
disclosed.
.Tucker, a 6-5, 193-pound guard,
averaged 14.8 points per game last
season for the University of Minnesota.
He will report today to the Knicks'
training camp at Monmouth College in
West Long Branch, N.J.
Fingers on roster
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Milwaukee
ace reliever Rollie Fingers will be on
the Brewers' 25-player roster in the
American League Championship Series
although there is some question con-
cerning the condition of his pitching
arm, Manager Harvey Kuen said
yesterday.
Kuenn hopes Fingers will be
available for duty in tonight's first
game in the best-of-five series against
the California Angels.
Fingers, the 1981 AL Cy Young Award
winner and Most Valuable Player,
hasn't pitched since Sept. 2, when he
tore a muscle in his right forearm.
Brares 'garner awards
NEW YORK (AP) - Claudell
Washington of the National League
West Division champion Atlanta
Braves was named Player of the Month
for September, league President Chub
Feeney announced yesterday.
During the month, Washington hit
.303 with 25 runs batted in. He scored 20
runs and stole nine bases in 27 games to
help lead the Braves to their first
division championship since 1969.
Washington's teammate xatael
Ramirez, who hit .340 with 18 RBIs and
five homers, finished second in the
voting.
Terry Kennedy of the San Diego
Padres, who posted a .341 average

while driving in 17 RBIs and slamming
three homers, also placed high in the
balloting.
Phil Niekro of the Braves was named
National League Player of the Week for
the final week of the 1982 season, league
President Charles Feeney announced
yesterday.
During the week in which the Brav-
es clinched the West Division title,
Niekro pitched a two-hitter and a three-
hitter. He shut out the San Francisco
Giants on two hits as the Braves won 7-0
on Sept. 27, and tossed a three-hitter
against the San Diego Padres on Oct. 1,
belting his first homer in eight years en
route to a 4-0 victory.
Niekro had 13 strikeouts in the. two
games and ended the season with a 17-4
record, the best winning percentae .810
in the league.
Sonics cut Johnson
SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle
Supersonics cut former Michigan
basketball player John Johnson who
graduated in 1981. Along with Johnson,
who was a free agent, the Sonics cut two
draft choices and were close to making
a decision on free agent Wally Walker,
a starting forward last season.
Released the the team were guard
Ken Owens, a fourth round pick from
Idaho, and forward Bobby Potts from
the University of North Carolina-
Charlotte, a sixth-round choice.
"We're expecting to hear something
on Wally tomorrow. He's the only free
agent that we've got - the only deal un in
the air," said team spokeswoman Nancy
Welts.
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Canton insurance salesman Dave Hinz rejoices after winning the 5th Annual
Detroit Free Press International Marathon on Sunday. Hinz, 29, a member
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Tucker
... agrees to contract

It finally happened. Someone finally
ended Jim Sadler's two-week reign as
'the King of Griddes. It seems that Sadler'
just didn't have his usual clairvoyance
this week as he stumbled to a record of .
well, we'd better not tell. We will[
report that Bruce Goethe of South State
Street won the Pizza Bob's specialty
with a record of 16-4. The match did go
to a tie-breaker in which Goethe
obliterated all opposition.
Totally fictional sources report that
Sadler's downfall was due to the fact
that he listened to a Spartan friend for
advice on his picks..
And we all know that Spartans don't
know football. Spartans pick anyone
wearing green to come out on top. So
they expect MSU to win a lot, which is
real likely, and they pick teams like
Eastern Michigan to win, which is even
less likely.
Drunken Spartans have even been
known to bet on their lawn against
lawnmowers just because grass is
green.
If you want a chance to win a Pizza

PICKS
Bob's small one-item pizza, bring your
picks, including the score of the
Michigan game, to the Daily offices at
420 Maynard by midnight Friday.
Don't forget your name, address, and
phone number.
1. Michigan State at MICHIGAN
2 Wisconsin at Ohio State
3. Purdue at Illinois
4. Minnesota at Northwestern
5. Iowa at Indiana
6. California at Washington
7. Penn State at Alabama
8. Stanford at Arizona State
9. Baylor at Southern Methodist
10. Arizona at UCLA
11. Miami (Fla.)'at Notre Dame
12. Oklahoma at Texas
13. Boston College at West Virginia
14. Cornell at Harvard
15. East Texas State at Sam Houston State
16'. Troy State at Southeast Louisiana
17. San Francisco State at Sonoma State
18. VMI at Citadel
19. Slippery Rock at Edinboro State
20. DAILY LIBELS at Muddy's Buddies

FOOTBALL
MICHIGAN STATE, Oct. 9, 1:004p.m.
FIELD HOCKEY
CENTRAL MICHIGAN, Oct. 5,4:00 p.m.
at Northern Michigan, Marquette,
MI, Oct. 8
WOMEN'S GOLF
Ferris State/Michigan State, Big
Rapids, MI, Oct. 8
VOLLEYBALL
WAYNE STATE, Oct. 5, 7:00 p.m.
MICHIGAN STATE, Oct. 6, 7:00 p.m.
Northern Michigan, 12:00 N, Grand
Valley, 2:00 p.mh., Oct. 9, at Allendale,
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