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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 09, 1966, Page 5, Image 5

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Sunday, October 9. iqr THE DAILY TAR HEEL Page 5 i l I FCA Meeting Fellowship of Christian Ath letes meeting Monday at 7-1-5 m 304 Woollen Gym. Lore YT SuE' Director oi FCA will be the speaker. AH ath letes and interested persons are invited to attend. j; hie week 07 j OCT. 10th OPEN 7 DAYS A wrrw I i I j Ucno!:con Spsslds J Q32 MONDAY Pepper Steak 2 Vegetables Salad Bread TUESDAY Vi Bar-D-Q Chicken 2 Vegetables Salad Bread WEDNESDAY I j Braised Beef Tips' wMushroom Sauce 2 Vegetables Salad Bread THURSDAY Roast Turkey with Sage Dressing 2 Vegetables Salad Bread FRIDAY Mcnicorti Italian Style OR j Stuffed Flounder j 2 Vegetables I I Salarf Rraarf I NIGHT SPECIAL j TUESDAY I 7:33-9:00 Spaghetti ALL YOU CAN EAT 1.19 includes 1 Salad JTea or Coffee WEDNESDAY 7:39-9:03 ALL YOU CAN EAT I Porrtn Pnnrnlrnc I www.. - WJ.wwjmww 1.03 with Special Syrup Coffee or Tea THURSDAY 7:33-9:03 - Pizza Special Vi Price Plain or Pepperoni I - iwt if. riaiiniui ui. I CLIP ME OU T J 104 W. 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"When Bryant fielded that punt on our two-yard line," Dietzel said, "I yelled, 'what in the heck are you doing, Bobby?', then when he broke into the clear I yelled, "Atta boy, Bobby. That's the way to go.' He's a great athlete. GOLD AND STERLING PINS CHARMS LAVALIEXIS FROM T. L. KEMP Jewelry 135 E. Franklin St. 'Home of the Old Well Charm' of NOW! OHIO Oct. 8 thru Oct. 16 Our Own World Famous BEEF STICK Lb. Off Reg. Price Hickory Farms 6HQBSE DIM With Purchase Of ftS.OO Or More yjr f i 111 "V. UNC I OF OHIO 4 "'O Win First I believe he's the greatest; de fensive bsck I ever had and we had some good ones at LSU." State Coach Earle Edwards said the loss, "was a real dis appointment for us. It was' a wonderful day otherwise, for us." C -""" wmmmmmvm na.il. 1 u f 'if flf - i POPULAR 7x35 CF PRECISION BINOCULARS Here's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get those SCOPE INSTRUMENT binoculars you've always wanted. 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The Midshipmen fired al most at will at the Carolina net and drew first blood twice in th2 first period with scores by center-forward Vasilauskas and wingman Dugan. The second period was a virtual repeat of the first. However, Carolina goal-tend-tr Bob Johnson made many fine saves to stop the Middie onslaught. . After the half, Carolina seemed to gain momentum, and offensively came up with many well excecuted plays Alabama Crushes Clemson TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Fourth - ranked Alabama crushed Clemson 26-0 today behind the passing and run- AT AN MBELIE1BL PRICE... Only 19.95 Brings action, things and people "amost close enough to touch" of - ... . DBaofp, unc, 65c ..33e 65c B&tl GLAM-O-RAMA E. Franklin St Ext from Brady's Restaurant and passes, However, the Navy attack persisted and midway through the period the Midshipman struck again for their final score of the af ternoon. Wingman Bodine fir-, ed from in front of the vacant net and made the score Navy 3, Carolina 0. In the fourth period the Tarheels tried to come back, and the offensive line of Perry, Anderton, and Crane were re peatedly abb to penetrate the Navy defense. It was to no avail as Navy continued to substitute players regularly and wore Carolina down. The Tarheels had bright spots in the fine defensive play of Terry Henry who, time after time, kept Navy from building the score. Co captain Bob Johnson played an outstanding game in the defense of the Tarheel net. The Tarheels next contest is against traditional rival N. C. State on October 14, here in Chapel Hill. ning of southpaw quarterback Kenny Stabler in an inter sectional football game. Scoring in every quarter, the Crimson Tide blunted the Clemson attack although the Tigers, clawed their way into Alabama territory several times. It was a rude, welcome home for Clemson Coach Frank Howard, an Alabama graduate. Tide coach Paul Bryant used three quarterbacks in the lop sided affair but Stabler was the only one who could move the ball effectively. The lanky junior threw touchdown passes to end Den nis Homan and tailback Ken ny Martin and scored once himself from the one. Kicking specialist Steve Davis round ed out the scoring with field goals of 32 and 36 yards. Stabler completed seven of eight passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. ; Clemson quarterback Frank Liberatore scared Alabama fans when he returned the opening kickoff 37 yards and ,was only one block away "from a-touchdown. He finally was- hauled down on the Ala bama 43. The Tigers penetrated to the Alabama 28 where Don Bar field missed a field goal at tempt. It was Clem?on's only scoring threat although a Door pass by Tiger quarterback Jimmy Addison at the Ala bama 30 cost Clemson a prob able score in the second quar ter. Addison had set up a screen, found his man open and then overthrew him. 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