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May 27, 1982 - Image 14

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Page 14-Thursday, May 27, 1982-The Michigan Daily
WASHINGTON (AP)- A poll of nearly half the teams in
the National Football League has found nearly unanimous
support of a strike authorization proposal, officials of the
players' union reported yesterday.
sh o w s "There has been no real opposition to the strike
authorization, only a couple of abstentions," said National
Football League Players Association President Gene Up-
TS erP shaw.
UPSHAW REFUSED to name the teams polled to date by
the union.
su p p o rtEarlier it was reported the Kansas City Chiefs voted 52-0
and the Washington Redskins 50-0, with three absentions,
authorizing union leaders to call a strike.
Two player representatives at Wednesday's news con-
N k ~ ference, Sam McCullum of Seattle and Amos Fowler of
Detroit, said polls of their respective teams, while not com-
tri pleted, showed overwhelming support for a strike
authorization.
A TWO-THIRDS majority of the union's 1,500 members is

needed to give the NFLPA's executive committee the
authorization to call a walkout.
The polling of all teams is expected to be completed within
the next two weeks, Upshaw said.
"The reason for polling the members at this time is to give
managment a message," said NFLPA Executive Director
Ed Garvey. "Everyone will know where we are."
JIM MILLER, a spokesman for NFL Management Coun-
cil, which represents the owners at the bargaining table,
declined comment.
"It is not our policy to comment on the internal workings of
the NFLPA," Miller said.
The players' union contract with the NFL expires on July
15. On Tuesday, negotiators for the union and the owners
agreed the changes of reaching a settlement prior to the July
15 deadline are unlikely.
DESPITE THE union's claim of near unanimity among its
membership, a group of players, including Pittsburgh quar-
terback Terry Bradshaw, have said they will cross picket
lines.

Final Michigan Baseball Statistics
Hitting

Player, Pos. G
Jim Paciorek, RF-1B.......... 54
Ken Hayward, DH ............. 47
Jeff Jacobson, 2B.. ....... 53
Greg Schulte, CF .............. 53
Jeff Minick, OF ................ 25
Fred Erdmann, OF ............ 38
Chuck Froning, OF-P .......... 36
Tony Evans,SS................ 53
Dan Sygar, OF-P .............. 36
Rich Bair, C ................... 41
DaveStober, OF-IF ........... 46
John Young, C ................. 32
Chris Sabo, 3B................. 52
JohnClem,1B................. 48
BillShuta,P................... 14
Jaime vela, C ............... 6
C. J. Beshke, 2B .............. 9
Jim Price,C................... 13
Rich Stoll, P.. . ....... 24
Doug Leik, OF.. . ..... 14
Tim Karazim, P .......... 19
Steve Ontiveros, P ............. 19
Scott Young, OF ............... 12
Dave Kopf, P .................. 12
Gary Wayne, P ................ 12
Jeff Hayward, P ............... 11
Jim Bartlett. P................. 8
MattRuud, P.. . ..... 7
Mike McClear, P ......... 3
Mark Dadabbo, C.. ....... 2
MICHIGAN ................... 54
OPPONENTS ................. 54

AB R
176 60
132 27
157 35
169 43
25 7
47 6
69 16
149 41
37 17
101 18
92 23
81 6
171 32
83 21
1 0
2 0
13 3
12 2
6 1
3 5
-0
1 2
1 0
1 0
2 0
- 0
0 1
1531 366
1437 155

H 2B-3B-HR BB
78 14-1-17 28
52 9-2-3 10
61 14-0-6 24
64 17-2-4 34
9 1-0-0 2
15 4-0-0 6
20 5-3-0 11
42 6-1-5 27
10 2-0-0 4
27 5-2-2 16
24 2-1-0 18
21 4-0-1 12
44 5-2-4 23
18 3-1-0 14
1 0-0-0 0
1 0-0-0 0
5 0-0-1 2
4 0-0-0 2
2 1-0-0 2
1 0-0-0 2
0 0-0-0 0
0 0-0-0 0
0 0-0-0 0
0 0-0-0 1
499 92-1543 238
303 55-6-12 246

SO RBI AVG.
13 65 .443
7 29 .394
8 37 .389
10 34 .379
2 3 .360
4 8 .319
9 17 .290
19 20 .282
3 3 .270
9 19 .267
15 7 .261
16 14 .259
4 30 .257
16 10 .217
0 1 1.000
1 2 .500
.1 1 .385
3 7 .333
1 2 .333
1 0 .333
0 0 .000
0 0 .000
1 0 .000
2 0 .000
0 1 .000
145 310 .326
258 137 .211

Pitching

Name G
Mike McClear ............ 3
Dan Sygar ................ 2
Chuck Froning ........... 2
Tim Karazim .................. 19
Gary Wayne................... 11
RichStoll.................. 17
SteveOntiveros................ 16
Dave Kopf ..................... 12
Bill Shuta ..................... 13
Matt Ruud .................. 6
Jim Bartlett ................... 2
Jeff Hayward.................. 11
MICHIGAN ................... 54
OPPONENTS ................. 54

CG SAV W-L
0 1 1-0
0 0 0-0
0 0 0-0
0 2 8-0
1 0 3-2
10 2 12-1
2 3 6-2
3 0 4-1
3 0 6-3
0 0 2-0
0 0 1-1
0 0 1-0
19 8 44-10
15 3 10-44

IP
11.0
2.0
2.0
50.3
41.3
95.3
41.7
55.3
53.0
13.3
12.3
19.3
397.0
377.3

H
5
0
29
31
31
64
29 _
48
53
12
9
19
303
499

BB
0
25
23
22
26
24
40
46
12
20
26
246
238

SO
7
2
0
6
17
68
34
38
25
10
7
14
258
145

ERA
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.61
1.74
1.79
1.94
3.58
4.25
6.09
6.59
6.99
2.83
6.63

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