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CAGERS NOT INCLUDED:
Gopher spo
By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS--An indefinite probation against all men's
sports at the University of Minnesota-except basketball-has
been lifted by the NCAA, the school announced yesterday.,
The university basketball program remains on probation until
Oct. 28, 1978, the announcement said.
THE LIFTING of the probation was expected since the univer-
sity ended an impasse with the NCAA by declaring basketball
players Michael Thompson and Dave Winey ineligible.
The NCAA had contended that Thompson, the Big Ten Con-
ference scoring champion last season, had sold season tickets for
more than their face value and that Winey had accepted free
lodging at a lake home from a university booster.
The probation dates from the day University President C. Peter
Magrath informed the NCAA of the ineligibility action taken again-
st the two 6-foot-10 basketball players.
The basketball probation actually amounts to an increased
penalty and means the team will not be able to appear in post-season
tournaments next spring or on NCAA-sponsored television games
this season.

ris suspens
probation, which was due to expire in early March, 1978, for dozens
of recruiting violations which occurred under former Coach Bill
Musselman.
The announcement said the NCAA Committee on Infractions
discussed by telephone hookup yesterday the university's petition
for removal of the probation against all men's sports.
The NCAA subcommitee on eligibility appeals has not met to
consider the university's separate appeal to have the suspensions
of Thompson and Winey lifted.
The announcement said a decision on the two basketball players
was expected before Nov. 16, when the Gophers play the Cuban
Nationals.
BOTH THOMPSON and Winey are seniors. Thompson was one
of the top centers in the country last season when the Gophers com-
piled a 24-3 record. Winey has been used mainly as a reserve.
The university had contended that declaring the two players
ineligible was too harsh a penalty for the infractions.
Thompson passed up a million dollar offer to turn pro earlier
this year in favor of returning to Minnesota for his senior year, in 1
hopes of leading the Gophers to the national championship.
Paul Giel, university athletic director, said he was generally
"elated" with the NCAA decision to lift the indefinite probation.

,ion ended
"AT THE SAME time, I am obviously disappointed for what will
be a good basketball team this season not to be able to participate
in post-season play, providing it qualifies," Giel said.
"I believe the NCAA has been fair with the University of Min-
nesota," Giel added.

Pistons trade Kevin Porter

From Wire Service Reports
DETROIT - Talented but troubled guard Kevin Porter of the
Detroit Pistons was traded to the New Jersey Nets along with for-
ward Howard Porter and an undisclosed amount of cash in ex-
change for guard-forward Al Skinner and two second-round draft
choices.
The swap terminates a long-standing feud between Kevin Por-
ter and Coach Herb Brown of the Pistons. Brown denied their dif-
ferences lead to thetrade.
Skinner has averaged 15.1 points per game in eight games this
year, with a high of 28 points.

THE BASKETBALL program had been placed on a three-year
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ten concentrations offered in the Business School, plus victory over Northwester
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WOMEN CLUBBERS LOSE FINALE

11 named player of the week

erback Rick al?" said Wolverine Coach Bo Schem-
'he Associat- bechler. -AP

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Clubbers clipped
For the second time this year,
Michigan's field hockey team found
Central Michigan's Chippewas an
impossible hurdle to overcome, drop-
ping a 1-0 decision on Saturday which
eliminated them from the Midwest
AIAW championships'and deprived
them of a chance to move on to the
Midwest Regionals.
Earlier in the season, the clubbers
fell to the same Chippewa team by a
I GRIDI PICKS
W ELL, folks, it seems as if Matt
Royston is building a Gridde dy-
nasty as he wins the small two-item
Pizza Bob's pizza for the second
straight week. Matt went 17-3 with a
Michigan score of 42-3 to claim, the
top (and only) prize.

3-0 count.4
"I'd say that we dominated the
play," said Michigan coach Phyllis
Ocker. "We had opportunities to
score, but their defense was just too
tough."
The Wolverines had blanked North-
ern Michigan 2-0 on Friday to reach
the second round of the 10 team,
single elimination tourney. Lisa Kap-
lan and Mary Hibbard scored second
half goals to key the Michigan
victory.
The weekend split gives Ocker's
team a 7-9-3 final record for the year,
down markedly from last year-s 9-3
mark. But the coach attributes the
downgrade win total to upgraded
competition.
"My time was a little, short this
year," continued Ocker, who also

serves as Michigan's Women's Ath-
letic Director. "Fortunately, assist-
ant coach Mary Jane Elam gave the
team continuity and picked up the
slack." -
-PAUL CAMPBELL
* *
Jumrping for joy
In the Big Ten Classic, held this
past weekend in Indianapolis, the
Michigan men's gymnastic team had
outstanding performances turned in
by John Corritore, Bob Creek, and
Karl Badger.
Corritore captured first place on
the parallel bars with a score of 9.5,
while Creek grabbed second place on,,
high bar with a score of 9.25, and
Badger also placed second with a
score of 9.3 on vaulting.
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MICHIGAN at Purdue
Minnesota at Illinois
Indiana at Ohio State
Iowa at Wisconsin
Northwestern at Michigan State
Harvard at Yale
Southern Cal at Washington
Notre Dame at Clemson
Grambling at Norfolk State
Auburn at Georgia
Kentucky at'Florida
Arkansas at Texas A&M
Mississippi St. at LSU
Oklahoma State at Missouri
Georgia Tech at Navy
New Mexico at Arizona
Colorado at Oklahoma
Kansas at Nebraska
Central Michigan at Toledo
South Carolina at Wake Forest
DAILY LIBELS at St. Ignace.

Badgers,'Jardine quits;
wili finish season first
By The Associated Press
MADISON, WIS.-John Jardine, whose teams have had just one winning
season in his nearly eight seasons as University of Wisconsin football coach,
resigned under the pressure of a four game losing streak yesterday.
JARDINE, 41, told a news conference after practice that he will finish
out the season. The Badgers play Iowa here Saturday and close their season
at Minnesota Nov. 19.
"MY JOB IS to finish this season," Jardine said. "I'm interested in a
smooth transition. After that, I'll never coach again. I've been coaching 20
years. I won't even coach the East-West game."
The Badgers won their first five games this year and moved into the top
20 in the ratings. However, they were unimpressive except for their 30-14 vic-
tory over Indiana in the opener.
They built the rest of their 5-0 record against weak sisters Northern
Illinois, Oregon, Northwestern and Illinois.
THEY HAVE lost their last four games to Michigan, Michigan State,
Ohio State and Purdue and have been outscored 129-7 in the process.
"I have nothing but super memories," a red-eyed, tired looking Jardine
said. "I'm not bitter because I understand what goes on. I've had 20 great
years. I'll remember the players most.

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Like U.S.D.A. Choice New York Strip. U.S.D.A. Choice sirloin sizzler.
U.S.D.A. Choice steak, with shrimp' In all, we have four U.S.D.A.
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an expanded salad bar.
We believe it's a great new menu. And we'd like you to look it
over. And then, we'd like you to eat our words.
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QRESS;"4,

Football co-captain Dwight Hicks
and Jim Pickens will be Jeff Gold-
smith's guests tonight on Wolverine
Sports Line, the call-in sports show.
Goldsmith will host the broadcast
which begins at 6:30 on WCBN-88.3
FM.
The Deckers Club next "Blue Line
Luncheon" is scheduled for noon,
Friday, November 11, a the Crystal
House Motel, corner Washtenaw and
Huron Parkway. Featured speakers
will be Amo Bessone, head coach at
MichiganhState University and Dan
Farrell, head coach, of Michigan.
This event is open to the public; no
reservations are necessary.

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