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SPORTS

Page 8
Club Sports Roundup
SOCCER
The undergraduate soccer club finished their season on Saturday with a
hard fought 2-0 win over Wayne State. The win put the squad's final season
mark at 9-5.
The game was very physical and players from both teams were ejected.
Captain Eric Freeburg blamed the referee for letting the action get out of
hand.
"During the game the referee made no attempt to maintain control over
the players,' he said. "As a'matter of fact at one point he told us: 'I'm just
going to let you boys fight it out.'"
Both Michigan goals, scored by Tong Park and Barry Finklestein, were
tallied in the first half.
Freeburg was pleased with the team's overall season performance.
"We gave a respectable showing throughout the season," he said. "We
slumped at the middle of the season but we were adjusting to the system of a
new coach. We will be even stronger next year."
BILLIARDS AND POOL
There is good news for all pool sharks on campus. The Michigan pool club
is back and holding tournaments every Wednesday night at the Union games
room. Cue off is at seven.
During the '70s there was a thriving pool club on campus which sent mem-
bers to regional and national tournaments. The club eventually died,
however, in 1978 because of lack of interest.
The current club is still in the developmental stage and is seeking new
members regardless of their experience. The club hopes to begin inter-
collegiate competition next semester against other schools in the state.
In April the club will send members to the regional championships in
Toledo, sponsored by the Association of College Unions International. The
team can send one competitor for every eight that show up for a university
qualifying tournament to be held in March.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writer Dan Price.

Wednesday, November 17, 1982

The Michigan Daily

NFL play ers'

strike ends

-A_ W
NEW YORK (AP)- A tentative agreement was reached
last night to end the 57-day-old National Football League
strike, the longest and costliest walkout in sports history. The
season is to resume Sunday.
The settlement, subject to ratification by player represen-
tatives of the 28 clubs and the owners' NFL Management
Council and then three-quarters of the owners and a majority
of the 1,500 players, was confirmed by management
negotiator Jack Donlan, union chief Ed Garvey and union
president Gene Upshaw.
DETAILS OF the settlement, including how many games
the season will be comprised of, were not available pending
ratification. Donlan said, however, that Super Bowl XVII will
be played Jan. 30 in Pasadena, Calif., as originally
scheduled.
"I think we have a tentative Agreement,"'Donlan said. "I
am hoping it can be ratified tonight. Iam happy and elated."
The agreement was reached after two days of renewed
negotiations that began after the National Labor Relations
Board refused the union's request to cite the league for
bargaining in bad faith.

ESTIMATES OF the costs of the strike ranged upwards of
$275 million, based on league estimates of $30 million a week
in revenues and union estimates of $9 million a week in
player salaries.
Last year, major league baseball players struck for 50
days. By the time play resumed, 59 days of the 1981 season
had been lost and the estimated cost of the strike was $150
million.
The football strike affected 112 of the originally scheduled
224 games.
THIS SUNDAY'S games are Baltimore at the New York
Jets, Cincinnati at Philadelphia, Detroit at Chicago, Kansas
City at New Orleans, the Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta,
Miami at Buffalo, Minnesota vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee,
New England at Cleveland, Pittsburgh at Houston, San
Francisco at St. Louis, Seattle at Denver, Tampa Bay at
Dallas and Washington at the New York Giants.
On Monday night, San Diego will visit the Los Angeles
Raiders.
The contract between the players' association expired on
July 15, but the training camps opened on schedule a week
later and the exhibition season went uninterrupted.

R ozelle
... back to work

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Girgush savors Buckeye encounter

By BARB BARKER
When Paul Girgash goes home for Thanksgiving
weekend, he doesn't want to be the turkey.
The Michigan inside linebacker's family lives in
Lakewood, Ohio, and he knows that if the Wolverines
drop their season finale to Ohio State this weekend,
the Buckeye fans back home will be warming their
ovens for the holiday.
"THE GAME means a lot to all the people on the
team from Ohio," he said. "The reason you go to
Michigan is to beat Ohio State. You know how it is at
home. Everyone is an Ohio State fan when they win,
but they're kind of quiet when they don't."
If the Ohio State followers in Lakewood get their
chance to roast Girgash, they might have a problem
deciding how long to do it and to what degree,
because no one is really sure of the Wolverine co-
captain's weight.
Girgash hasn't stepped on a scale since the official

weigh-in in August, and although some of his team-
mates occasionally kid him about it, he says it's just a
quirk of his that they've learned to accept.
I DON'T know how much I weigh," said the
School of Education senior, who head coach Bo
Schembechler affectionately refers to as 'The Gash.'
"I assume I still weigh 211 now, but I don't know if
that's true. I'll step on the scale again when we're
done for the season."
If 211 pounds is an overstatement of the 6-1
linebacker's actual weight, it's certainly an under-
statement of his capabilities on the field. Girgash,
who is now in his third year as a starter on the
Wolverine defense, is second on the team in sacks this
season with 90 solo tackles and 44 assists.
"It's probably a disadvantage being lighter," he
said, "but it's helped me in some ways too. I'm
probably a little quicker. It's helped me to be a little
smarter as a player too."

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Fight Night
On Campus
Mickey Goodwin
vs.

BILLBOARD
Fight night on campus, featuring
Mickey Goodwin vs. Rocky Stevens
takes place tonight at Crisler Arena
with the first of six bouts beginning at
7:30. Tickets cost $10.18 S$6and $4.

Rocky

Stevens

BECAUSE OF his size, Girgash never really
thought about playing college football when he was
growing up. He said he never realized that he could
until after he completed his senior season as an all-
state linebacker at St. Edwards High School.
"I never dreamed of playing football at Ohio State
like some kids did," he said. "I never really set my
sights that high when I was growing up. I guess that
helped because I was able to make a more realistic
choice.. . It came down to Michigan and Ohio State."
Although the Wolverines have already clinched the
Big Ten championship title and the trip to Pasadena,
Girgash does not take this weekend's game lightly.
"They're one of the great rushing teams in the
country," he said. I think we have something to prove
this weekend. I think we have something to prove
every game. Now we still have to demonstrate that
we're champions."
And Girgash has something to prove to the people
back home.
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Michigan linebacker, Paul Girgash (50), moves in on Indiana fullback, Jack
Wolverines' 24-10 victory over the Hoosiers earlier this season.

Daily Photos by JEFF SCHRIER
Walsh, to help safety, Keith Bostic (13), finish off the tackle dcuring the

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AP Top Twenty

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1. Georgia (47) ...........
2. So. Methodist (8) ......
3. Penn State (2).......
4. Nebraska (2)........
5. Washington.........
6. Pitt...............
7. Florida State........
8. Arizona State.......
9. Arkansas...........
10. Clemson...........
11. UCLA.............
12. LSU...............
13. MICHIGAN.........
14. Oklahoma .............
15. Southern Cal ..........
16. West Virginia.......
17. Texas .................
18. Notre Dame.........
19. Maryland .............
20. Tulsa.............

10-0-0
10-0-0
9-1-0
9-1-0
9-1-0
8-1-0
8-1-0
9-1-0
8-1-0
7-1-1
8-1-1
7-1-1
8-2-0
8-2-0
7-2-0
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6-2-0
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UPI Top Twenty
1. Georgia (28) .................10-0-0
2. So. Methodist (9)..........10-0-0
3. Penn State (3).................9-1-0
4. Nebraska (2)...............9-1-0
5. Washington ...................9-1-0
6. Pitt .....................8-1-0
7. Florida State ...............8-1-0
8. Arkansas .....................8-1-0
9. Oklahoma ....................8-2-0
10. MICHIGAN ..................8-2-0
11. UCLA .........................8-1-1
12. Clemson ......................7-1-1
13. LSU... ..................7-1-1
14. West Virginia ...............8-2-0
15. Texas .........................6-2-0
16. Notre Dame ...................6-2-1
17. Tulsa .........................9-1-0
18. Maryland .....................7-3-0
19. North Carolina ..............6-3-0
20. Alabama ......................7-3-0
New Mexico ................9-1-0

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GRIDD
Ever wonder if Bear Bryant is ac-
tually alive? Have you ever seen him
barking out orders on the sideline? We
decided to investigate and sent a repor-
ter to Birmingham for last week's
game. Good news. Bear is actually
alive and actually issues orders. While
Southern Miss was successfully stem-
ming the Tide, Bear was heard cussing
under his breath and muttering, "Send
in Namath. That boy'll win it for us.
Why won't somebody send in Namath
or that Kenny Stabler kid?" Whew, and
for a second we thought he might be
getting too old to coach effectively.
Slated for investigation next
week-Ray Meyer of DePaul. See if you
have more on the ball that Bear-bring
all 40 picks to the Daily before midnight
Friday for a shot at the Pizza Bob's piz-
za.
1. MICHIGAN at Ohio State (pick score).
2. UCLA at USC
3. Yale at Harvard
4. Indiana at Purdue
5. Iowa at Michigan State
6. Washington at Washington State
7. Florida State at LSU
8. Texas at Baylor
9. Notre Dame at Air Force

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PICKS
10. Kansas at Missouri
11. Pennsylvania at Cornell
12. Holy Cross at Boston College
13. Iowa State at Oklahoma
14. North Carolina at Drake
15. Brigham Young at Utah
16. Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan
17. Sam Houston at Stephen F. Austin
18. Arkansas at SMU
19. DAILY LIBELS at OSU Lantern
20. DAILY LIBELLES at OSU Lanternette4

NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
1. Pittsburgh at Penn State
2. Notre Dame at USC
3. Oklahoma at Nebraska
4. Alabama at Auburn
5. Clemson vs. Wake Forest at Tokyo
6. Rice at Houston
7. Arizona State at Arizona
8. Bowling Green at North Carolina
9. Fullerton at UNLV
10. Utah State at Long Beach State
11. Tulane at LSU
12. Cincinnati at Miami (Fla.)
13. Oklahoma State at San Diego State
14. Texas A&M at Texas
15. Tennessee at Vanderbilt
16. Virginia at Virginia Tech
17. Georgia Tech at Georgia
18. Hawaii at Air Force
19. Connecticut at Delaware
20. DAILY LIBELS at Mr. Turkey

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