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The Michigcin Daily- atucr'day, Maj 29, 19822:Pog~e15
Woolfolk elusive
on the ield and
in contract talks
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) _ round draft choice.
Former Michigan running back Butch The eight draft choices signed by the
Woolfolk is proving to be as elusive in Giants included number two selection
contract talks as he has been on the Joe Morris, the all-time leading rusher
playing field the last four years for the from Syracuse.
Wolverines. Morris in four seasons with the
The New York Giants announced Orangemen, broke the career mark of
yesterday the signing of eight of their 2,934 established by ex-Giant Larry
draft choices, and missing from this list Csonka.
was Woolfolk, their first round selec- The Giants also signed their fourth-
tion. round pick, Gerry Raymond, an offen-
DURING HIS four year stint with sive guard from Boston College; fifth-
Michigan, Woolfolk became the round choice, center Rich Umphrey
Wolverines' all-time rushing leader. from Colorado; linebacker Darrell
Among his career highlights with Nickolson of North Carolinia, a sixth-
Michigan were perfomances in the 1981 round pick; No. 8 choice Robert Hub-
Rose and Bluebonnet Bowls. He was ble, a tight end from Rice; defensive
named MVP in both as he rushed for back John Higgins, a ninth-round selec-
182 and 186 yards in the two respective tion from Nevada-Las Vegas; offensive
contests. tackle Richard Baldinger of Wake
The only other Giants' draft choice Forrest, taken in the 10th round; and
who remains unsigned is guard Jeff No. 12-choice Mark Seale, a defensive
Wiska of Michigan State, a seventh end from the Universtiy of Richmond.
p. ,

FORMER MICHIGAN tailback Butch Woolfolk shows the ability to elude.
defenders against Notre Dame (above) and Purdue (below) that allowed
him to become the Wolverines' all-time leading rusher. Woolfolk was the
New York Giants' first round selection in this year's draft.
Daily File Photos

Hurdler Johnson Daily Classifieds Bring Results

qualifies for NCAA's
speciato tb naty
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The Michigan before the meet.
men's tracksters did not travel to the Harvey got half of his wish, as John-
Central Collegiate Championships son achieved the NCAA qualifying
which began yesterday. But the meet standard, but Erickson didn't.
was an important one, as the Johnson qualified for the NCAA's in
Wolverines were trying to qualify a the 400-meter intermediate hurdles
couple of performers for the NCAA's. with a time of 50.7. The NCAA
"One of our main objectives at the qualifying time is 51.21.
Central Collegiate's will be, Eriksson tossed the shot put 52-6 ,
specifically, to qualify Shelby Johnson well short of the qualifying standard of
in the hurdles and Scott Eriksson in the 60 feet. His throw earned him sixth
shot put," said head coach Jack Harvey place in the event.

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