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Page 16-Wednesday, May 21, 1980-The Michigan Daily
STRIKE DEADLINE SET FOR MIDNIGHT TOMORROW

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Owners, players plot inal tactics
Meanwhile, Ray Grebey, chief negotiator for direct intervention by baseball owners to head off
From Wire Service Reports management, talked with owners, updating them on likelihood of a strike appears strong.
NEW YORK - On the eve of a final effort to avert a mnement, ald wither upding the o The paper characterized one owner, who was
strke hetwosies n he asbal cntrct developments and getting their feelings about the identifiedasbi e
player strike, the two sides i the baseball contract final round of talks. Grebey said management , a being very irate over the current
dispute huddled separately yesterday, assembling remains united in its position. passe.
final strategies. The central issue separating the two sides is the "Our negotiator (Grebey) and his commit
Federal mediator Kenneth Moffett has ordered owners' demand for compensation for free agents aren't getting anywhere so I don't think our takin
management and the players back to the bargaining signing with new teams. The players fear that would direct hand could harm anything," the owner told
table today, hoping that two days apart will produces place severe restrictions on their freedom of Star. "It is a disaster right the way it stands now.
some changes in their philosophies. movement Some of us have opinions and feelings which h
"That's what we need at this point," Moffett said not been presented at the sessions. Some of us mil
when he recessed the talks Sunday. For a report on the unexpected firing of Colorado not agree with the opinions which have been offere
Since then, Marvin Miller, executive director of the Rockies' coach Don Cherry, see more sports, page 15. Management has insisted throughout that
players association, has been busy plotting strike For the first time since'negotiations began last win. players should continue negotiating instead
logistics with team player representatives. Miller ter, some owners are hinting at displeasure with striking but Miller's people have steadfastly refu
has been on the phone almost constantly, preparing GIrebey's lack of progress. to stop the clock, holding to the May 22 dead
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Michigan will play host

to NCAA regional tourney
BYDREW SHARP Lb
Michigan's Fisher Stadium will host Blue faces a familiar foe
the NCAA Mideast baseball regional

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Chuck Wagner
... .424 average leads team
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tomorrow and the Wolverines will be
one of the participants. Junior Mark
Clinton is the probable starter for the
Big Ten champ in its opening clash with
Central Michigan at 1 p.m. The second
contest will feature Nebraska battling
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Brigham Young at 4.
The regional format consists of a
double elimination method. Simply put,
a team must lose two games before it is
eliminated from competition.
THE GAME schedule is as follows:
after the two games on Thursday, two
more will be played on Friday. Thur-
sday's losers will square off against
each other at 1 p.m. with the loser being
eliminated from the regional. Thur-
sday's winners will play at 4 p.m.
Saturday at 1, the winner of Friday's
first game will play the loser of
Friday's second game. And later that
afternoon the winner of the first game

will play the undefeated team.
If the undefeated club wins, that team
will take the Mideast regional and ad-
vance to further competition. If the un-
defeated team loses, the regional final
will beheld Sunday at 1 p.m.
THERE IS, however, one stipulation
in this schedule. If Brigham Young
should be one of the two finalists, it
would not be able to play on Sunday
because it conflicts with the school's
Mormon beliefs. Therefore, the game
would have to be held Monday at 1 p.m.
Tickets for all games will be $3.00 and
can be purchased only at the Fisher
Stadium gate at game time.

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against-NY ace,
By MARTHA CRALL an RBI double by Parrish.
specialto The Daily The Yankees struck back off star-
DETROIT-The Detroit Tiger ter Pat Undrwood in the second
batsawakened last night at the ex- when Lou Piniella walked, Bob
pense of New York Yankee ace Brown singled and Graig Nettles
Tommy John, handing him his first clubbed a 370-foot shot into the lower
loss in eight decisions and post- right field stands.
poning his 200th career win, 12-8. New York added two runs in the*
Richie Hebner spearheaded the fourth when, with two out, catcher
Tiger onslaught by hitting his first Rick Cerone tripled past Kirk Gib-
and second home runs in the son and rode home on Willie Ran-
American League. The first was a dolph's opposite-field home run to
grand slam in the six-run Tiger fifth. right.
The second, a two-run shot, came in After the Tiger barrage in the
.the secohindatorsmiddle frames which made the
Wheithtwonusin. he.ifth score 10-5, the Yankees retaliated in
With two outs in the fifth inig, thsenh.Crn dofwiha
Steve Kemp walked. Lance Parrish the seventh. Cerone led off with a
followed with a single, then John single, advanced on a ground out
Wockenfuss walked to set the stage and was driven in by Bob Watson's
for Hebner's heroics tg single, Eric Soderholm and Piniella
Jason Thompson drew a walk, and coaxed walks to load the bases,
TomBrookens' double drove him knocking winning pitcher John
home and sent John to the showers. Hiller, 1-0, off the mound.
Wockenfuss provided additional
firepower, slamming a solo home
run in the fourth frame and scoring SC O R E S
two runs before being kayoed in the
-- - American League
head by a Ron Davis fastball in the amnee
sixth. He was carried from the field 2ndgame incamplete)
on a stretcher and taken to the Boston4, Toronto3
hospital for X-rays. Kansas City 1, California0
The Tigers began their offensive NationalLeague
charge early, scoring a run in the Cincinnati7,Philadelphia6
Houston 3, New York2
first inning on a walk to Kemp and Atlanta i. Montreal o
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Michigan baseball season
statistics (final)

HITTING
AB
Chuck Wagner, 3B-LF ......33
JimnPaciorek, RF ...................... 46
Tony Evans,SS................................... . 25
Greg Schulte, CF .................................... 55
GerrylHoolC....... ................................ 53
Fred Erdmann, RF ................................. 15
George Foussianes, 1B-DH ....................... .. 49
Tim Miller, lB... . . . . .... 41
Randy Wroten, LF .................................. 24
Jeff Jacobson. 2B ...... ......................... .. .. 39
Tom Fredal, LF... . . . ..... 11
John Young, C ..................................... . 14
Garry Gawrych,3B.................. ............... 25
Mark Clinton, P ..................................... 1
Pat Balaze, 1B ............. ..
Scott Dawson, P . .......-
Steve Ontiveros, P .......-
Scot Elam. P.......
Dave Nuss P . .......
Bill Erpenbeck. P ...............-
Joe Wissing,P ........................ -
MICHIGAN .................. ........... .. ...... -432
OPPONENTS ........................................ 423
PITCHING
Pitcher G
Joe W issing .................... .....................
ottinson.........5. ... 5
DaveNussv.s. ............................. ...... . 3
Mark Clinton........................5
Steve Ontiveros ........................S
Scot Elam............ 3
Bill Erpenbeck... . . . ..........
MICHIGAN............. 1
a OPPONENTS .......................................... 16

R
7
11
7
2
11
8
8
60
5S
1
2
0.
0
90
41,
CG
0
3
4
1
0
12
7

H HR
14 0
10 1
21 1
19 1
5 0
16 2
13 1
7 0
10 0
2 0
2 0
2 0
0 0
0 0
-40
104 6
0
1
0
0
0
2
0

RBI
3
5
8
13
2
14
13
1
2
1
1
2
0
0
81
37
W-L
1-0
4-0
1-0
0-0
14-2
2-14

AVG.
.413
.400
.382-
.358
.333
.327
.317
.292
.256
.182
.143
.080
.000
.000
.324
.246
ERA
0.00
2.28
2.31
5.57
18.00
2.68
5.87

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