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The Datv Tar Hl
Cunningham's brief return
The MdP waits for a rali
Tuesday. September 14, 1971
by Dan Collins
Carmichael Auditorium is known for
Why else would almost 100 faithful
:r.s sit m a sticky gym just to watch a
What keeps the enthusiasm coming
y.k is not only the appearance of
.--,':r.-j stars such as Dennis Wuycik
j Hill Chamberlain, but the almna
-z-lar appearance of Tar Heel greats of
It is not uncommon for the l:kes of
Bill Bunting, Doug Moe, Larry Brown, or
Charlie Scott to be present.
It is almost expected.
What happened last Thursday,
however, was far from expected.
But there he was. Buy Cunningham,
the Kangaroo Kid, rated by many as the
best forward in pro basketball, had made
his return to Chapel Hill.
Cunningham, who left this area for
greener pastures in 1965, has since left his
mark not only on the NBA record book
but on two different contracts. At the
prevent both the AB.Vs Carolina Cougars
and NBA's Philadelphia "6'ers have a
contract beannz the signature cf Billy
Result: A long court battle staged m
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involved ir. several r:c;
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his ser. ices.
With the case just over and the
decision pending, the former Tar Heel
AIl-Amencan decided to stop by Chapel
Hill on his way back to New York to
shoot a few baskets.
The Carmichael faithful were treated
to an hour long workout as Cunningham
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The Carolina-Campbell soccer scrimmage was Camels 2-2 as Dan Ariail scored both UNC goals. (Staff photo
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by David Zucchino
i '"aches are forever looking for that
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Marvin Allen, Carolina soccer coach, is
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presently mixing players and positions
like the experienced juggler of personnel
he is, trying to make things fall into place
for his 1971 soccer squad.
He's getting results.
Allen has now sent his troops through
two practice games and a starting squad,
with everyone approximately where they
should be on the basis of performance
and native ability, has almost
materialized. Almost, but don't memorize
"What we're looking for," explains
Allen, "is our best eleven players. We plan
to keep looking and moving people
around to make sure no one is missed."
It's not likely. Last Thursday, the Tar
Heels went up against Campbell College
in a practice game which saw every
healthy soccer player in a Carolina blue
uniform put in at least short stretches of
Carolina escaped with a 2-2 tie, but
Allen wasn't impressed.
"We didn't play well at all," he says.
"We were unsettled with so many players
going back and forth, but this will no
longer be a problem once the lineup is
Forward Dan Ariail, for one, won't
have to check the lineup card to make
sure he'll be playing. Ariail produced
some fancy footwork and accurate passes
Thursday afternoon on his way to scoring
Carolina's only two goals.
The rest of the front line appears
reasonably well-defined with Karl Muster,
Anson Dorrance and injured Kip Ward
joining Ariail as probable season-long
starters, but other positions, especially
halfback ("We must have better halfback
play," says Allen flatly), are available to
any player who proves worthy.
Allen's carefully calculated
experimentation is not likely to end soon,
either, as he has his Tar Heels scheduled
for a practice game Wednesday against St.
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was rece:v-.g 2nd rfspended by
displaying the talents that made him a
regular to the NBA ali-star game.
His passes reminded one cf an Oscar
Robertson or a Wait Frazie: hile h:s
rebounding makes his 66" frame seem
inches taller. No one bothered to keep
score but the ease of the way he'd sink a
15-foot hook was impressive enough.
After the session. Cunningham talked
about Chamberlain, who he guarded
during the workout. "Hes got a real good
shot at the pro's. He's quick, a good
jumper, and he's got a good touch."
"A lot of these players have a chance."
he continued. "You can just never tell
how a player is gonna fit m with his
W'hen the subject of the court case the
weariness of the long involved battle
"The judge is gonna rule on it in ten
days. I really can't say how it is gonna
Before the next question, he quickly
added, i want to play in Philly."
Billy Cunningham is a busy man and
he soon had to be on his way. Whether
his way is to Carolina or to Philadelphia is
not known, but it is known he will be a
millionaire. And most likelv a star.
Some of the major problems in
establishing a polo club at Carolina have
been eliminated this year, and Virginia
has already asked to be set up a match
Dr. Avalle Arce, a faculty member at
the Spanish department and a five-goal
handicap player, is coaching the team and
Allen Olsen, team captain last season, has
arrived with his horse looking to help
promote the interests of the sport.
"Negotiations were opened last year to
secure a tax-deduction status," said
Harold Glascock, a member of the club.
"A trust fund was prepared that would
have allowed private individuals to donate
horses with tax deduction as a return.
"Although it was explained that the
university would have no obligation to
the club," Glascock reported, "they
turned down the proposal. In fact if the
interest failed the university stood to
make a profit off sale of horses acquired
by the club."
Finally, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Percy agreed
to let the club use a farm five miles east
of Chapel Hill to stable the horses and
play intercollegiate matches.
"Private individuals had already
promised us seven horses," said Glascock.
"Now, the club cannot accept them. The
club has also raised S300 in gifts for
saddles and other necessary equipment.
"The club will try to operate with
privately owned horses this year.
Hopefully, the members will be able to
practice within three weeks."
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The AP writers hae picked Baltimore to u in the M C l;ater" P.'- - 1
despite exhibition losses to Kansas Cit . DJLis and C.;kL-.d.
Passing oer Miami, uhicli has been fighting hard for exhibition u -.
the writers observe that Don MoCaffertv has been g: mg ome of h
younger Colts a longer, harder look while resting snu.red eterans
Probably a wise choice.
In Carolina's 2S-0 ictory over Rulimond Saturda . talented vln end
Harl Bethea didn't get a chance to catch j pass The 1 ar Hec's 'oor.d it
much easier running through the Spiders for o50 ards
The scouts already know about Bethea. though. Fie of tb.em were .it
the Blue-White game last spring when the red-shirt sophomore received the
"most outstanding lineman" award.
While Colorado was grabbing all the Louisiana headlines with a -2
upset of LSU Saturday night. Tulane quietly disposed o: IVx..s I edi 15-
Texas Tech is ranked as a possible threat to the I ex.:s- Xrk.m.s.is power
axis in the SWC.
Meaning that Tulane at Carolina Oct. l) will be a tough, one. I he I .u
Heels play Notre Dame and Wake Forest the two weeks alter that.
Carolina Cougar coach Tom Meschery has let his pl.uers kmw. what's
in store in training camp.
"The camp will be touch." Mescherv sas. "I he plavers expect it to
The new coach has also been stressing defense, which is a let resiling
The Cougars have been specialists at the "matador" phiiosophv v
defense in their two years. In other words, uiw the offensive plavers .1
little wave and watch them go by.
A lot of odd things happened in the Southeast Saturday. A defensive
back with the fine old Peach State name of Bu Rosenburg ran two
punts for scores as Georgia whipped Oregon State.
And then, of course, Duke stayed on the ground to beat Florida, and
LSU managed to lose its second straight to a Big Fight vhool Nebraska
tamed the Tigers in last year's Orange Bow l.
The booby prize went to Georgia Tech center Charlie ( hesiiev. who
must have set a record of some sort with two long center snaps 40 and
33 yards. They both went over the punter's head of course, and through
the end zone to help Tech lose to South Carolina 24-7.
The punting team will get a little work this week at I ech
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