Page 12-Tuesday, October 25, 1977-The Michigan Daily
THOMPSON WINEY SUSPENDED
MINNEAPOLIS-A university of Minnesota committee reversed itself
yesterday and voted to declare Big Ten scoring champion Michael Thom-
pson and Dave Winey ineligible.
THE NCAA on Oct. 21, 1976, had placed the entire mens' athletic program
on probation because the university had refused to declare the two basket-
ball players ineligible. The university said the penalties were too harsh and
0 took the issue to court.
The sanctions imposed by the NCAA bars all men's teams from post-
season play and NCAA-sponsored televisipn appearances.
The resolution, approved on a 9-5 vote, directs the university to appeal
the ineligibility of Thompson and Winey to the NCAA and also asks the
NCAA to immediately lift its probation on all mens' sports.
Members of the Assembly committee said the fact that the Gopher foot-
ball team had upset undefeated Michigan Saturday and could be in line for a
bowl appearance was not a factor in reversing their vote of 17 months ago.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS said they had discussed the issues with the
NCAA staff but were informed that ther could be "no horse trading" until the
university took the first step and declared the players ineligible.
Both Thompson and Winey are seniors. The 6-foot-10 Thompson holds
most of the Gopher career scoring records and last year led the Big Ten in
scoring with 410 points in 18 games.
Thompson was charged by the NCAA with selling complimentary season
basketball tickets for more than their face value. Winey was alleged to have
accepted free lodging from a university booster at a Wisconsin lake cabin
during two school holidays. -.P
LANIER PACES 100-85 WIN
By JAMIE TURNER
Special to The Daily;
DETROIT - The Detroit Pistons
overcame a poor shooting perform-
ance to defeat the winless Boston Cel-
tics, 100-85, last night at Cobo Arena.
Bob Lanier led Detroit with 33
points. Nineteen of them came in the
second half when he took things into
his own hands.
"Herb (Brown) said for me to look
for my shots," commented the Piston
captain, "and that I was passing off
when I should be shooting."
The Pistons were lackluster in the
first half as they netted only'sixteen
points in the second quarter to fall be-
Aided by guard Eric Money's 24
points and the force of Lanier's will,
the Pistons totally shut down Boston
in the third quarter. While Money
and Lanier controlled the offense,
Chris Ford and Marvin Barnes
intimidated the Celts. Boston could
only collect nine points.
"We have to establish ourselves as
a defensive team," added Carr.
Detroit didn't need much help.
Boston shot only 36% from the field
and turned the ball over 22 times.
Boston coach Tom Heinsohn was
highly critical of his team.
"We played well enough in the first Lanier said, "usually they keep
half, then rolled over and died," said coming at you but right now, they're
Heinsohn," we didn't want to win the not doing that."
game and we played dumb, non-- The Pistons are now 3-2 while
hustling basketball." Boston heads home to play their first
"They don't play well together," home game 0-3.
Soviet tumblers come to Crisler;
The Russian gymnastic team
cluding such superstars asC
Korbut, Nelli Kim, and four
medal winner Nicolai Andria
returns to Crisler Arena for
second year in a row, Mon
November 28, at 7:30 p.m.
TICKETS WENT on sale for
exhibition yesterday morning,
ticket manager Al Renfrew estin
ed that between 500-600 tickets w
sold, leaving a large selection
, in- excellent seats for this always enter-
Olga taining performance.
gold Persons desiring tickets may pur-
nov, chase them at the Michigan Ticket
the Dept., 1000 S. State (at the corner of
day, Hoover) between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. The tickets are priced at $10 and
this $7. -Daily Sports
An~ * * *
Dennis O'Dell scored with less than
one minute left in the game to give
the Michigan Rugby "A" team a
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O'Dell's second score of the game.
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JACK GOODMAN was the scoring
machine for the "B" team as his two
penalty kicks gave Michigan a 6-6 tie
with the Fort Wayne Blues' "B"
This weekend, Michigan will send
seven players to the Midwest Subs
Union Trials. The players will play
on the State of Michigan team
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Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota 1and
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