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The Dairy Tar Heel
Monday, February 14, 1972
by Mark Whicker
Saturday afternoon in Charlotte. Gas
station attendants that take you eight
miles out of the way to a place you could
have made in ten minutes. The rain shows
every promise of turning into what the
weathermen call "frozen precipitation."
The day before, Jim McDaniels
decided to leave the Cougars, asking for
i50,000 for the "aggravation" of living in
North Carolina. You are figuring out how
much you deserve. The night before,
Richie O'Connor dropped by Bucky
First Tiger loss
by AI Thomas
Lightning struck twice last week,
although not at the same place.
State's freshman team, playing its
second road game of the year, came to
Carmichael Auditorium Monday with 10
straight victories and a voluminous array
The Wolfiets left with a 95-83 defeat
at the hands of Carolina.
Saturday afternoon in the Charlotte
Coliseum, the undefeated Clemson
freshman team played its second road
game of the year after winning 10 straight
There had been a lot of talk about the
Cubs going undefeated this year, proof of
Tates Locke's rebuilding efforts. A
Clemson player was even quoted as
boasting no one would defeat them.
i Again, Carolina's freshmen were the
culprits in ending a winning streak.
I With Don Washington and Brad
i Hoffman leading the way, the Tar Babies
8 sailed past Clemson late in the first half
and rolled to an impressive 8874 win.
The battle was close during most of
H the first half though with the Cubs
fj threatening to make Carolina victim
number 1 1 .
! The Tar Babies were being limited to
Virginia beats Deacons
In ACC games Saturday, Virginia beat
U'.a-c Poroct 71A7 in rhorlnttwviMa
IjDuke stopped William & Mary 87-69,
and Maryland defeated Long Island
7860 in Madison Square Garden.
fsc-vrginia s win - kept them tied witn
'Carolina for the ACC lead with a 71
league record. The Cavs had trouble with
resurgent Wake, however, and Barry
i Parkhill, had to score 34 points to keep
I Virginia's chances alive.
Eddie Payne scored 22 to lead Wake
Forest, which is now 1-6 in the ACC and
6 -1 4 overall.
At Duke, the Blue Devils survived the
loss of junior forward Richie O'Connor to
L coast past William & Mary.
Chris Redding scored 18 points and
Alan Shaw pulled down 19 rebounds to
' lead Bucky Waters' club, now 34 in the
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Duke player to leave the program. The
nausea hasn't fully abated yet from the
State-Georgia Tech game.
What is anybody doing here? Only the
Carolina basketball team is sure. It has
convinced itself that it must play its best
to beat Clemson and Georgia Tech in the
North-South Doubleheader, and as a
result 11,666 fans and scores of
autograph hunters Find something they
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one shot a possession during the first 10
minutes, and even then was having
trouble getting the ball underneath. The
very confident Cubs were blocking out to
Sharpshooting Van Gregg and tall
Wayne Croft were moving with ease
around Carolina's defense, powering ..ie
Cubs into a 27-17 lead with 9:25 left in
the first half. Clemson was showing why
it whipped South Carolina's freshmen by
24 points the last time out.
Once the Cubs forged that 10-point
lead, though, the Tar Babies seemed to be
riled into action.
Fast-breaking and exhibiting form
similar to the second half of the State
battle, Carolina outscored Clemson 25-8
during the last nine minutes of the first
The Tar Babies did not waste time
building on to their 42-35 halftime lead,
outperforming the suddenly
cold-shooting Cubs 14-6 during the first
four minutes of the final half.
Clemson did manage to move within
eight points with 10 minutes remaining,
but another Carolina spurt led by
Hoffman and Ray Harrison finally put an
end to the Cubs' hopes.
Extremely close calling by the referees
hurt both teams, with Gregg picking up
league and 108 overall. O'Connor's
replacement, Ron Righter, scored 15 with
Maryland, which hosts Carolina
Wednesday night, improved its overall
record to 16--S. in ...its,,, win ,ovef. the
Blackbirds. Tom McMillen scored 27
points and got 16 rebounds in the win,
while Howard White contributed 1 1
points for Lefty Driesell's team.
Maryland hit 20 of 32 field goal
attempts in the first half for a 62.5
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Clemson Coach Tales Locke seerns to
have built his basketball program to a
place somewhere around the rating of
"respectability" alter two years. His team
has lost by only four points to
nationally-ranked Virginia and South
But here, on Friday night, he is simply
trying to endure. Referees Steve Honzo
and Jim Hernjak, who are presiding over
an unusually rough game between
Carolina and Locke's Tigers, are having to
endure Locke. The coach is berating,
screaming, wincing, pacing and finally
his fourth foul just before the half and
Carolina's Ed Stahl and Craig Swanson
committing their four one minute into
the second half.
Each team was guilty of 22 fouls, with
Stahl and three Clemson players, Russ
Hunt, Doug Lowe and John Westerman
all eventually fouling out.
; Washington led the Tar Babies with 27
points followed by Hoffman with 23 and
Harrison with 19. Hoffman also added
Croft topped Clemson's scoring with
23 points followed by Gregg with 18.
The Tar Babies hit 71 percent of their
shots from the floor during the second
half, 59 percent for the game, while
Clemson managed a respectable 47
Carolina's freshman team is now 92
for the season with Clemson 101.
by David Zucchino
Carolina track coach Joe Hilton said
before Saturday's dual meet with
Clemson that his Tar Heels and Clemson
were "pretty evenly matched." He
couldn't have made a more accurate
The Tar Heels built up an early point
lead yesterday afternoon in the Tin Can
and then withstood Clemson wins in the
meet's last three events to squeak out a
narrow 53 51 decision.
Carolina swept the first five events and
seemingly had the meet wrapped up until
the Tigers finished first in the 1 ,000-yd
run, the two-mile and the mile relay to
close to within two team points.
Hilton's squad captured seven of the
meet's twelve events, however, and added
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As Tar Heel coach Dean Smith runs
players in and out of the fray with
subway rush-hour regularity, Locke has
inadequate players on his bench. The
ranks 2re thinned before his very' 25
guard Bob Havkirs gets in the way of a
Bobby Jones drive and catches a foot in
the adarn's apple. Another guard. Bud
Martin, breaks his sternum in a floor fight
for the ball.
The Tigers stand resolutely in front of
the onrushing Tar Heels, drawing charging
fouls. They grimace with the fall, rise to
rub the lacerations subconsciously, and
go on with the game. One flinch, and
Locke will react.
"We have the same drill," says UNC's
Bill Chamberlain later. "We don't have a
name for it, because we don't like to
bring up the subject. You just stand there
and let the man charge into you. We
don't run either, because if we did we'd
be running a lot on the sidelines."
After staying even for a while,
Gemson falls behind Carolina, and gets
pushed around as well. Locke sits rigidly.
furiously. He will tell the press, through
sports information director Bob Bradley,
that he has no statement. He is angry
with the officials, but the prevailing
impression is that he is tired with try ing
to cope with losing.
Georgia Tech's temporary basketball
resurgence is taking a year off. The
Engineers are 5 15, with an upset of
Georgia remaining the season's high
Coach Whack Hyder, in his 21st
season, is not one of the country's
winningest coaches, and has accepted his
place. He carries a perpetual expression of
resignation on the bench. He knows this
doubleheader will not hold any
falling into his
track team heats
four more second place finishes. Long
jumper Hubert West paced the Tar Heels
with wins in two events.
West, taking over from teammates
Darryl Kelly in the triple jump, went
47-4 to win the event after earlier
capturing first place in the long jump
with a 23-316 leap.
Kelly and distance men Reggie McAfee
and Larry Widgeon were in Louisville,
Kentucky over the weekend to
participate in the Mason-Dixon Games
and did not take part in the win over
The Tar Heels thus suffered in the
distance events, losing out to Clemson in
the mile, 2-mile and 1,000-yd run.
Sara Elder. Twin Oalcs:
Commune with a Future
APB-TV, Julian Bond:
7:00 p.m. Quiz Bowl
7:00 p.m. Chess. Club & Class
8:00 p.m. PRESERVATION HALL
JAZZ BAND. Memorial Hall
8:00 p.m. Readers Theatre: Through the
Looking Glass, Coffeehouse
8:00 p.m. "Woodstock"
7:00 p.m. Quiz Bowl
8:00 p.m. Readers Theatre: Through the
Looking Glass, Coffeehouse
7:00 p.m. Quiz Bowl
8:00 p.m. The Philanderers
Committee Chairmen Interviews
4, 6:30 &
9:00 p.m. "Hkjh Sierra"
Committee Chairmen Interviews
9:00 p.m. Coffeehouse. Howard Sacs.
Charles Martin, and a
Game of Charades
10.00 a.m. Dance Workshop
4. 6:30. &
9:00 p.m. "West Side Story"
MARY TRAVERS. Carmichael
Interviews for Carolina Union
Activities Group Chairmen will be
held on February 17, 18, 21, and
22. Applications and interview
sign-up sheets are available today at
the Union Information Desk. The
application should be completed
and returned lo the Information
Desk 24 hours before the scheduled
I pirs itp
PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ
BAND appearing in Memorial Hall,
February 15lh at 8:00 p.m.
aces Mite i. 2.
new r.ot to play
S7-T0. Hyder tells the press ho giad he
is to be here. Tech is on the third ear of
a- five-year North-South contract.
He remlr.ces. Tvo years ago. a. o 1 1
center named Rich Yur.kus personally
derailed both State and Carolina, and left
the capacity crowd a link stunned. Last
year. Yur.kus beat Slate bur was throttled
by Lee Dedrron and Carolina.
Tech makes no special plans to s!e
UNC don Saturday night. The Tar Heels
accept i: gratefully and speed off to a
"About the only thing e could give
Carolina is our fight song," Hyder
summarizes. it would be our only
significant contribution." He is seen later
at a press reception in Ovens Auditorium.
receiving friends in a courtly manner.
Ever since early December, when he
was on Sports Illustrated's cover. State's
Tommy Burleson has been a sympathetic
figure. It would be tragic if he was not
leading the ACC in rebounding and ahead
of every one in scoring but Barry Parkhill.
Still, he is try ing. He stalks around
after every foul with a hand on one hip
and a frustrated frown. He has
concentrated himself into a pretty good
foul shooter. His gaffes are highly visible,
and State Coach Norm Sloan, feeling the
same disappointment, is yelling
instructions at him angrily.
"Tommy's such a good kid." Sloan
says. "He rooms with our 5-6 freshman.
Monte Towe. One day after practice,
Monte is pretty disgusted with himself
and Tommy wants to encourage him. So
he puts an arm way down on Monte's
shoulder and says. 'Monte, you're doing
good for your size.' Monte gets real mad
Clemson's Larry Rush won both the mile
and the 2-mile in the relatively slow times
of 4:20.5 and 9:27.0.
The Tigers' Frank Romero finished
second in both events, well ahead of
Carolina's Bill Harward and Bruce
Hafemiester. Wayne Jenkins of Clemson
took the 1,000-yd run at 2:16.4, while
Tar Heels Craig Steward (2:20.3) and
Roy Helm (2:25.0) placed second and
Lennox Stewart's first place finish in
the 600-yd run clinched the victory for
Carolina, for it proved to be the last Tar
Heel win of the afternoon.
Stewart, recovering from a sinus
infection, streaked to a 1:12.5 clocking
Original plays be students or
faculty which have not been
produced may be submitted to the
Playwriting Competition sponsored
by the Union Drama Committee.
The play can be a one-act play,
happening, or full-length play with
approximate running time of T2
hours, excluding intermission.
Musicals are not admissible. The
script should be typewritten.
Because of technical restrictions the
play must have simple sets and
lighting requirements. The final
decision in selection of the script
will be made by the Union Drama
Committee in late April. For
further information contact Kitty
Conway, Suite A, 933-1 157.
THE PHILANDERERS will appear
in concert in the Great Hall
Thursday, February 17 at 8:00
p.m. The concert is free and open
to the public. They will do an
informal performance at noon in
the pit or in the snack bar in case of
Ja Band $2.001.50
Harkness Ballet $2.502.00
Mary Travers $ 1 .50
After his team
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and says that does 1. that he's going to
make the team no matter hat."
Burleson is also too nice on the
basketball court. But on Saturday, he
asserts himself. The Wolf pack is using t-o
guards and handling the ball better
against Clerr.sc n. and T:ger center Dave
Angel goes out with four fouls. Burleson
rips replacement John Williams apart,
scores 25 points, and State wms by 15
Outside the locker room, the kids have
their pencils. "Way to co. Tommy." thev
yell, and Burleson looks down, rakish in a
gray cap. with a bemused sm:le.
On the statistics sheet it says. "Bill
Chamberlain: eight points and four
rebounds." Dean Smith says. "It's ore of
his best games in a Carolina uniform."
That takes in a lot of ground
Chamberlain against Maryland this year.
Creighton last year, and in the NIT was a
super player. But for two nights m
Charlotte, he approaches earlier levels.
What is intimidation? Steve Post of Tech
is not allowed to move the ball anywhere
by a straining, grunting Chamberlain, and
the subsequent jump ball is taken by
UNC. What is an assist? Chamberlain
answers by whirling, shoving the ball past
two Yellow Jackets from 10 feet to
Robert M c Ad 00.
Chamberlain is taken out. with the
other starters, well after the game is
decided but well before its end. A L'NC
substitute charges but the layup goes in.
Chamberlain stares at referee Jimmy
Smith, making the downward motion
that the basket is good. Questioning, he
makes it again, and again before Smith
turns away. Chamberlain sits down: one
Tar Heel basket will not be recorded, and
something is amiss. But his brilliant effort
on the court almost made the
North-South Doubleheader a triumph b
to finish more than two full seconds
ahead of Clemson's. Ralph Zungoli.
Carolina's Don Wheless placed third at
1 : 1 5.5.
UNC's early wins came in the pole
vault, high jump, high hurdles and the
60-yd dash. Steady Danny Deacon took
the pole vault, clearing the bar at 14-6.
Teammate Cliff Edwards went 13-0 and
The Tar Heels placed 1 2 in the high
jumps, where Dave Hilliard and Charles
Ball jumped 6-6 and 6-4, respectively.
Craig Loudy ; and David Hawkins gave
Carolina another two-man finish in the
high hurdles, as Loudy won in 8.0 and
Hawkins placed second with 8.1.
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HARKNESS BALLET will perform
in Memorial Hall, February 22 at
A COMMUNE WITH A FUTURE
Sara Elder will lecture on the
concept of communal living and
discuss the community of Twin
Oaks, Va. in the Great Hdll
February 14th at 8:00 p.m.
MARY TRAVERS will appear in
Carmichael Auditorium February
19th at 8:00 p.m.
QUIZ BOWL begins tonight at 7:00
p.m. in room 202-204 in the Union.
Spectators welcome. First and
second round schedules available at
Information Desk. This week Quiz
Bowl will run Monday through
The famed film, "Woodstock" will
be shown in the Great Hall
February 15th and 16th at 4 and
8p.m. Tickets are $1.00 per person
with I.D. The tickets will be at the
Information Desk on the day of the
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