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Saturday. February 20. 1971
Swimmers tov ECU
by Howie Carr
Coach Pat Earey's UNC swimming
team finished its regular season Friday
afternoon with a 63-50 victory over East
Carolina. The win gave the Tar Heels a
7-5 record for the regular season.
"It was an excellent performance with
which we can be pleased," commented
Earey after the meet. 'The attitude of
the team couldn't have been better."
Carolina took an early 7-0 lead by
winning the 400-yard medley relay with a
team of Butch Bristow, Mike Eddy, Jim
Osborn and Phil McMunigal.
Gerry Chapman followed with a
victory in the 1,000-yard freestyle that
Earey termed "the key to the meet."
Chapman's winning time of 10:13.6 was
his best of the season.
Gary Frederick of East Carolina won
the 200-yard freestyle with a time of
1:49.8, but Jike Southard and Bob Nagle'
grabbed the second and third places to
give the Tar Heels a 1 7-8 lead.
Pirate Paul Trevisan took first place in
the 50-yard freestyle, and was followed
by Carolina swimmers Glenn G are 11a and
Bruce Wigo. .
The 200-yard individual medley was
won by Wayne Morris of ECU in a time
of 2:02, while Carolina's George
Schiaffino grabbed the runner-up slot.
East Carolina shaved the Tar Heel lead
to 27-25 as Jack Morrow and Mike
Emerson took first and third place,
respectively, in the one-meter diving. Tar
Heel senior captain Chuck Humphrey,
diving competitively for the last time in
Chapel Hill, finished second.
Dave Bedell won the 200-yard
butterfly with a 1:57.1 time, which was
.9 seconds below the NCAA . qualifying
mark. Teammate Jim Osborn finished in
the runner-up slot to give Carolina a
Wigo and Garella combined to sweep
the first two ..places in the 100-yard
freestyle, while McMunigal and Chapman
followed with a one-two finish in the
200-yard backstroke. At this point
Carolina led, 51-28. .
ECU's Jim Griffin took the 500-yard ,
freestyle, but Rich Williams and Eddy got
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the points back for Carolina as they
swept the 200-yard breaststroke.
The visitors from Greenville took the
first two places in the three-meter diving
and won the 400-yard freestyle relay to
make the final score 63-50.
The Tar Heels finish their season at the
Atlantic Coast Conference
championships, which are slated for Feb.
Squad readies for season
by T.C. Ricketts
The UNC Rugby Club starts its
preparations for the spring season in
earnest today with a scrimmage at 12
noon on Ehringhaus field.
The season begins for the ruggers next
weekend when UNC travels to South
Carolina in an attempt to avenge a defeat
suffered at the hands of the Gamecocks
The following day, the Naval Academy
brings its strong team to Chapel Hill to
test the UNC side. The game with Navy is
a recent addition to the Carolina schedule
and is bound to provide the club with
Carolina's season promises to be one
of' the finest. UNC will play home
matches with VMI, Georgetown,
Richmond, Duke and Ivy League
The club's away matches will include
South Carolina, Atlanta, N.C. State, a
tournament at Washington & Lee, and the
Duke Seven's tournament.
The inclusion of Navy and Yale will
give the club a chance to show the calibre
of Southern Rugby when pitted against
the more entrenched Northeastern sides.
UNC has had outstanding success with
such teams before.
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The North Carolina Big Seven indoor
track meet this afternoon will give Tar
Heel Coach Joe Hilton some answers
about what to expect next week in the
Duke and State have strong
competition in distance events, while
North Carolina Central has its usual
arsenal of sprinters.
But the Tar Heels finally get their top
performers back from all-star meets in
Last spring they trounced Toronto,
and soundly defeated Rutgers and Penn
The club's only big loss to
inter-regional opponents came at the
hands of Notre Dame in the
Commonwealth Cup tournament. Notre
Dame was ranked fourth nationally,
Carolina being the only college team to
score a try against the strong Notre Dame
UNC will again feature its fast offense
and a thrilling kick-oriented defense. The
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Ben Porter and Doug Swaim.
Des Cannon will give the backs a
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Tripl juniper Darryl Kelly, shot putter
John Jessup, and two-mi er Larry
Widgeon will all be favored today and
probably next week as well.
Tm confident that well have a good
showing," says Hilton, "and I'm looking
forward to several good races."
The best, strictly from the standpoint
of quantity, should be the 60 yard dash.
Tom Richardson of Davidson, B2I
Phillips of East Carolina, Larry Black of
NCCU, and Carolina's Hubert West have
Tom Clay, Bam Taylor, and Joe
Patterson will be attempting to make up
the remainder of the first line.
; New backs Chris Bugge and Bill Locke,
both experienced players, will give the
regulars competition at the running spots.
The forward situation seems brilliantly
manned as John Parsons, Ted Lambeth,
Ed Boyd, Butch Lemke, Mike Sobol and
Allen Gump all return in good health.
The club will continue its practices in
Carrboro in the coming weeks. Anyone
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Wheeler won the 1,000 at Louisville's
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Ken Stapleton of NCCU won in the
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Carolina's Reid Hilton has a 7.9.
State freshman Jimmy Wilkins has the
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time of 4:10. Carolina's best entry is
Mike Garcia, while ECU boasts Joe Day.
Widgeon and Duke yearling Mike
Graves should have a torrid battle in the
two-mile, with NCClTs Jimmy Howell
hoping to make it & three-way struggle.
State's Gareth Hayes pulled up with a
cramp here last Saturday.
All the teams will take a back seat to
the Maryland powerhouse next Saturday,
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