North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Ths Da.fy Tar Hee
Heels still heavily favored
runners siBeii dian
Wedrvjsday. Sptr-,ber S, 1971
by Mark Whicker
Vith injuries and illnesses cloudir.g
Carolina's football picture, it may seem
sc.ondary to think about Richmond's
football team, which hosts the Tar Heels
Saturday night at 8:00.
That could he dangerous, according to
Coach Bill Dooley. The Spiders will
apparently abandon their free passing
attack, which took them to a Tangerine
hat Richmond has the strong runners
to compensate offensively, and possibly a
good defense as well.
And the Spider staff knows about
by David Zucchino
Marvin Allen, Carolina's varsity soccer
-oach, was a little worried earlier this
j mmer. He was in the process of
; . .-mhling a soccer squad for 1971 to
TMtLh and possibly improve upon the
uccessi ul but up and down results of last
year's team and one of his biggest
headaches was finding a goalie.
I km Haigh was one of the nation's
Si, est goalies last season while anchoring
CNC's sturdy defensive wall, but he has
i-'iLt- graduated, leaving the goalie spot
.orely vacant and definitely up for grabs.
Hugh made several all-star teams and was
one of the most brilliant soccer players
Mien has ever coached.
In came reinforcements from England.
Nuk Jones, a genuine Englishman and a
freshman to boot, tried out for the soccer
team and promptly won out in a
three-man battle for the starting goalie
Allen is resting a little easier now. "I
ACC teams have
by Dan Collins
1 he Atlantic Coast Conference will
have a great opportunity this weekend to
help destroy their reputation of a
mediocre football conference.
Duke will face the toughest opponent,
going to Tampa to take on Elorida. It
could easily be a baptism of fire for both
new coach Mike McGee and new
j uarterback Dennis Satyshur.
East season Duke dropped their opener
to the Gators 21-ll. This season,
however, with the return of the passing
attack of quarterback John Reaves and
end Carlos Alvarez, the rebuilding Devils
will face a better team.
You czn bet the Miryh-md Terrapins
will be out to avenge their 21-3 loss to
Villanova in the opener last year.
Despite the fact the Terps were 2-l last
behind Burger Chef
on Rosemary Street
Chicken Hot Rod
THE PAW PAW PATCH
All Different Kinds - Stained
Glass. Silver, Gold, Chains, etc.
COME SEE US
CHAPEL HILL AREA'S NEWEST AND FINEST NIGHT SPOT
OPEN WED.. FRI., & SAT. NIGHTS
Wed. Sept. 8 Billy Walker & The Golden Era
Fri. Sept 10 Freeway
Sat. Sept. 11 Male
No. 1 in ENTERTAINMENT
A GOOD PLACE TO BRING A DATE
403 Jones Ferry Road
Carolina and avo-t
victory over an ACC ream rr.:zh! mean.
The Spiders wh:ppei State :r.:ht 19 TO
Head Coach Prank Jor.es graduated
from Carolina :n Vji'i. and defensive
backfield coach Dave Braine was in
UNC's 1965 class.
Former Tar Heel line-acker Larry
Pochucha transferred to Richmond las:
Although only seven kttermen return
at Richmond, they bring quality. Its
freshman team barely lost to Carolina's
yearling collection 59-36 last season.
Jerry Hayr.es m an excellent
receiver-the Tar Heel defensive hj. -field
resnman captures goaue jo
was pleasantly s-irpnsed when Ni.k ca:
out for the team," he sas. "He loo
good so far and he
experience in the goal
had a 1,
"Nick will start the seav.n as goalie,
but we also have Win Bennett ready to
play any time, along with a couple of
good freshman goalies. Muse a! and
Jones started out in England as a rushy
player at a school called, natural!;..
Rugby, but he became interested m
soccer and soon began to organize his
own games. He taught himself how to
play the game and has since formed a sort
of specialty as goalie.
"I've always wanted to play soccer,
especially goalie." says Jones in a crisp
British accent. "I enjoy it tremendously,
but I still have so many things that 1 must
Right now positioning getting in the
right place and position as quickly as
possible - is the strongest part of his game.
He's not exceptionally quick or agile, and
season, Maryland looks miKh stronger
this season and should make a better
I he N.C. State Woltpack. under the
new leadership of Al Michaels, will host
Kent State. "I he Wolipack look much
better offensively this season.
Kent State has never gained the
reputation of a football power and is
coming off a poor 3-7 season.
Virginia has a good chance to start the
season on the right as they face
Last season the stagnant Middie
offense managed more than one
touchdown in only tow of their games.
This season their chances are even worse
with only three of the offensive lettermen
Returning quarterback Tommy
Kendrick will lead the Clemson Tigers
against SEC opponent Kentucky in Death
CLOSING THE OLD
Josorh E l tc prrscr'N .1 M he N c ho's F
"I was sorry to see
Mik ichoK Jack
Carnal knou ledge.
NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER
GOOD BANDS HAVE F I N ALLY COME TO CHAPEL HILL
Ken Albert is the leading quarterback
At running back, 230-pound
sophomore Barry Smith challenges
Buddy Wood!. Tommy Shiflett was also
a strong fresh runner las: season.
The only returning starters cn the
offensive line are tight end Ken Popovich
and center Bob Conrad. Sophomores
Sgroi and Jay Jones are contesting for
flanker-Sgroi caught three touchdown
passes in the 59-36 game.
On defense. Richmond is spurred by
three returning starters. Comerback Ray
Easterlmg was an All-Southern choice
admits it. but he knows where to position
himself in the goal and just how to get
Eor anyone who missed Carolina
soccer last year. Tim Haigh was a
sensational type of goalie, making
graceful leaps, dives and stabs with
Jones will probably prove to be a
different sort of goalie. Hell have to rely
on his knowledge of the goal and hiw
quick feet to be worthy of the inevitable
comparisons with Haigh that are os unfair
to a freshman player. Still, Jones seems
quite flattered by merely being a member
of the team, much less a starter.
"I've heard quite a bit about Tim
Anyone interested in trying out tor the
women's tennis team, which enjoyed an
undefeated season last year, is encouraged
to attend a meeting at the women's gym
Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
Valley. Kendrick already holds most of
his school's passing records.
Unless a major upset takes place the
Wake Forest Deacons will have little
trouble with Davidson Saturday. The
Deacons, with most of their
conference-winning team returning, will
be out to prove their pre-season ratings
were no fallacy.
As long as you have S.15 left,
there's lots of good reading for you
in our bargain corner.
THE OLD BOOK CORNER
137 A EAST ROSEMARY ST.
FROG! IN IP EES
rim sia"ng jack Nicholson CancJ-ce Be' gen
New York Times
Ann Margrei and Jules Feiffer.
An Avco Embassy Picture -
Main and Jones Ferry Road
culd contend frr hiiher
honors in !?!.
Middle guard Mil: Ignatius and
defeve rrvd John Nugent rr? hick at
the line. Linebacker depends on
Pochucha and several s-:ph:r.::es
Reasonably. Carolina should be a: least
a :hree-tou;hdov.n favorite. The Tar
Heels' offensive backfield is
and quick, and the young offensive line is
praised highly by coaches and observers.
But reaso.i often has Little to do with
college football. Especially away from
home, m the middle of a string of bad
mens, and in the compans
three old fnends that would love to be
Haigh and I certainly won't be abl
replace run completely." he claims.
Jones and the rest of the Tar Heels will
begin working and experimenting
together Thursday afternoon at 2. CO p.m.
in a practice game against Campbell
College on Fetzer Field.
Carolina netters had busy summer
by Don Harrison
The talent for another great season for
USC tennis is here again. It will take little
improvement to better last year's
performance which earned Carolina it's
fifteenth ACC title in the last eighteen
Carolina's all-time record stands at "70
wins, 82 losses, and 9 ties after last year's
22 wins, and 2 losses in regular season
play, and a smashing victory in the ACC
Don Skakle. a star tennis player for
Carolina himself in the late '40s, has
coached his teams to 11 ACC
championships in 13 years. His teams
have amassed a record of 231 wins, while
suffering just 22 losses, an amazing
display of coaching ability and talent.
Back from last year's ACC
championship team is All-American
(1970-71), Freddie McNair, and his senior
colleague Jimmy Corn, the team captain
Jim has been all-ACC the past three years,
"The MOST BEAUTIFUL MUSIC since
"SOUND OF MUSIC" and the MOST
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY EVER ON THE
SUMMER OF '42
NOW 2: 404: 50-7: 0O-9: 1 0
Acaocmy A..o r s
BEST PICTURE '
STARTS FRI. 3:20-7:30
PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK
i. ii urn i- . mi " i ' mi.i-iinmi.l ' ' i. i.l
i i fcJ - iiii.uiiiiiiiiii.ii i. m,m,nmmm mi -i " I-' " I "
t inn . m wi. .11 i A w. t uumJ ii 4 - T - - " in ii"-
with the first tem LrcN the
.si t W.
Nelson, who hi
injuries, and -"..:
Rich Har Jav a . a
r. C J - (
As vilh most i: ;!
found the Tarheel netm.i
some competing in :...;:r
competing in the Nati t..:!
June 14-N. in h:ch l'N(
Jimmy Corn played in the State
He won in the Suie I) .;h!e
Thereafter, he trueled to i'urpe
Gene Hami!tvn. another 'I a r heel
who played here during the S '
c r e a i .
IF THE NAME
Blacks & Whiles Body lalk
Woman & Man 1'av.it.iut
Group Therapy Couples
Fquations Real Numbers
Slah Jongg (o
and many, many more. WE
SOURCE OF COURSE! BILLY
97$ TODAY 97F
4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Chopped Sirloin w Spanish Sauce
2 veg & bread
entrance behind the Zoom
a - m
97 self service
Hu"t seat n3ir9 ana jrsg 'essss. Sci'3:
group fates for a3-iit Deg."-ers. Loca2 t.c
miles from Cnaoei Mi'i. Se'f e'2 z '3
School. Dj'ha. 9-5454.
waited Motner's Helper 'or a -ea' "-'2. 12
noon to 3 p.m. fv'uc nave C3r, G e" Le'----
Area. 5 days a wee. 967-6566.
68 Camaro, rea. b'ack vi--yi tcp. v-e. a r-c'."i.,
2 dr.. bucket seats, center ccs;e, a;s. .e'1
cared for. Durham 283-2754.
Stand Up For America. J01" T"e Jon-i B i-c
Society. Beimcnt. 'assac- setts. 021 72. Se'2
this ad today.
NEED ROOVVATE' $70 a montn, Po,a; P-.
2 Bedroom contact Steve Ph. 967-22-1.
For Sale 1964 vo s good c o d x , '
starter, recent tune-p. $475 cr best cf '. Ca1'
933-4945 after 4:00 p.m.
1968 Porsche 911-T wrote. D'ac i-ten-r 5 S
AWFM, new radiais, io miia3e, ece;,e"t
condition. $4600 targa Bac to
School Safe1 967-16 12.
CHEAP: 1962 Ford Gaiaie. 4 -door. red. Pj's
good. $225 will bargain. 732-7421. Joe. a-'
For Sale: 1964 f G -B with removable factory
hardtop, very good mechanical con.it .on
$800. Can Durham 383-6 176 after 5 00.
For Sale: two toaster-broiler cis. Perfect for
dorm or apartment. Brand rev. ecess wedd.-g
Si'ts. Can 942-2425 after 5
Free kittens. 8 wees c!d. 3 a 5 1 fema-e.
Litter trained. New fiea cd ars inclosed
1972 BVW. 600CC. 7,000 miles. Ecenent
conaition. Used three monns. Can 933-1795.
wanted: One femaie roommate to share
2-bedroom apartment in Carrboro near Byrd'S.
Carpeted. A ir-conditioned $57.50month
includes water. Can 96 7-l35.
:-.er also, with the
I he Southerns at
h-.rmingham. Mubama. at the River Hills
M:xv . Southhampton.
:r n' Son. and Forest
e N .-. '. :
1 r.. ( J
I i W w i
had ho troubles this ummer.
ourts as he lost to 3 or
ed; :;' pla ers. and at Southhampton
;d.:ed to the quarterfinals onl to
sivVv. On the bnghteT side. he. and his
Fred McNa-.r HI. won the Father
Charles NeN.i;-! uirked all summer, and
Ruh liardawa) attended Furman summer
while Ruhard M.Kee. and Forrest
:s e::ne lie re for the same. Charles
Mac r ! h
H, : J-.rs.
r taught tennis 1 n
e. N ('.. while Joe Garcia
id h:s hometown. Knoxville.
OF THE GAME IS
sh ( jn Bt-Jt NiMii
Wfl 'n I'roof
Cities ( i a pie
Women's I ih
Ul'il'l UO w (l.'ll
STEPEO ALS'J'.'S Alimirefl numfcer of
&ECLNT POCK ALBU'.'S. These ' brans
new anfl vil' oe of,e'e-3 oniy.
AUOIOPAK - B a' 3 TPACK TAPES. I have
a iarge r.u rer of SO'.'iN'JTE fcian tapes for
cr.iy $2.00 each. 929-7060.
DESPEPATELV f.EECED- 1 or 2 fem4ie
'o:"a's. $35 a mon?i for 2, $47 for one.
Ten nir-gte wa'- from cj-'PjS. Ca'i 929-6953
afte'noonj zr eveni-.gs
70 Fa: sc't co-oe, res. A'-FV rad'O, five
sceeJ fearbv. o to 20 m lies ga'i on. CaU Jim
Alien at 4 8 9-1130 (0-rn"-,) a'rer 9 p.m.
HanS cra'ted b'arS new ZuCe'marn spinet
harssichors fr immediate we. $500 flat. Can
542-4312 P ttstoro. This s correct numper.
PSe needed, or riders desires to Atlanta
Thursday Or Fr.Say. Call K'itk 967-5231.
Fi' Sae Two Stt'eiO: FAC console with
AV-FV rad'O $100 00. RCA Portable with
sepa'ate sceaer $35. CO Botn m ecei'ent
co-d to,-. Ca 1 967-3101.
For Sae: 1962 VW Van. Recently rebuilt
engi-.e. new tires, needs pant. $500. 967-7727.
Female (technician-student) would Ukt to move
mo apartment with other femaie(s). Will split
rent and expenses. Can 966-1161 ext. 331 8
to 5 967-1198 evenirvgs.
Ride needed desperate-'y to Atlanta on Friday
Sept. 10. Pease can 966-5024. won share
SINGLE POCV aai!abie NOv m nice, quite,
aimcst-new mcbue home $50mo. plus
utilities 2 m,ies Out. 96 7-J49 1.
FE'.'ALE SINGER needed for jazz goup. Must
be epenenced. 967-4491.
1971 Honaa CL-350 perfect condition low
mileage two helmets good prtce must Mil
quickly Can 942-782 Anytime.