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The UNC men'i tennis team won the
consolation bracket team championship at
the National Intercollegiate Indoor Tennis
Championships held in Madison, Wise, this
The Tar Heels were beaten by Utah, 6-3, in
the opening round, but defeated Oklahoma
and Penn by 8-1 scores to set up Sunday's
match with Alabama for the consolation
In that match, which Carolina won 6-3.
Billy Brock, Joe Garcia. Tommy Dixon and
Junie Chapman were victorious in singles.
while the doubles teams of Brock-Dixon and
Garcia-Hassler also won.
In intramural soccer semifinals Thursday,
North Carolina's injury riddled wrestling
team claimed its second Atlantic Coast
Conference victory of the season Saturday
with a 31-12 win over Duke at Cameron
Carolina's record is now 7-5 going into
Tuesday's match against Western Carolina
at Collowhee. The Tar Heels host defending
ACC champion Virginia this weekend in a
crucial conference match in Carmichael
UNC was without the services of three of
its top performers against the Blue Devils.
"We had three starters out with injuries,'
said UNC coach Bill Lam. "but the guys who
wrestled did a super job. I hope everyone fe
ready for the match against Virginia. We will
probably wrestle some jayvees against
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DTH sports briefs
St. Anthony completely dominated play.
The St.. Anthony Boomers defeated the Tar
Babies 2-1 and the St. Anthony Pelotas beat
Chi Psi 1-0.
The Pelotas were unscored upon the entire
IM soccer season. The final game matches
the Boomers against the Pelotas at 5 p.m.
Tuesday on the Carmichael intramural field.
In the all-campus basketball semifinals
Thursday. Pi Kappa Phi Blue defeated
Granville AS Blue 43-34. A big crowd turned
out. as the BSM Red team also won over Phi
Delt White II, 46-42 jn overtime. The finals,
which put the Pi Kapi against BSM Red, are
Carolina jumped out to a 19-0 over the
Blue Devils on pins in the first two matches
by Scott Conkwright and Steve Breece and
decisions by Curtis Rudolph and Tim
Reaume. Duke scratched for the first time
when Jim Broom "used his legs" to pin
UNCs Barry Billett with only 30 seconds left
in the match at 150.' Billett, who replaced
injured Jeff Reintgen in the starting lineup,
had been ahead 7-2 before the pin occurred.
Atl58, Tim MacDonald decisioned Duke's
Mike Sernoffky 12-4. Charlie Barker
defeated the Blue Devils' Shea Williams 10-4
at 167. Bucky Gaudreau moved up to 177 to
flatten Duke's Joe Burgin 8-1.
-V, J 6m Schober edged the Blue Devils' Sarge
Wilkinson 7-4 at 190 and Duke heavyweight
Joel Puleo pinned John-Hackemer at6:12to
remain unbeaten for the season.
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Top Sirloin 3.50
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Frontier Steak 2.75
Sirloin tip. tender, succulent sirloin of
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TEXAS TOAST-Hot and buttered
at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Woollen Gym.
The women's swim team lost its first meet
or the season this past weekend in a home
contest against Florida State. Details in
Carolina basketball player Jeff
Crompton. who was red-shirted for this
season, has left school this semester because
oT academic problems, according to UNC
Sports Information Director Jack Williams.
He is expected to enroll again this fall and
will be eligible for play.
OK. all you lucky people who won a ticket
to the ACC Tournament, here are some of
the basic things you need to know.
First and foremost, any student who won
a ticket must have a valid athletic pass, and
today is the last day he or she can solve that
Second, ticket chairman Lloyd Scher has
informed the DTH that he has a motel
available for those staying over for the
tournament. The Royal Inn is located on I
85 at Greensboro's Lee Highway exit. Scher
reports that 35 rooms are available at a price
of $ 14.56 a night. The rate covers the room
and not the amount of people in the room.
So if any winners are interested in sharing
rooms, they should quickly get in touch with
Finally, in the tradition of the honor code.
Scher asks that only the people who win the
tickets use them. He says a system has been
devised to check up on those devious souls
who try to scalp 'em. Scher would not reveal
the system so act on this of your own accord.
For other information regarding the trip
and the tournament tickets get in touch with
Scher today between I and 3 p.m. in Suite C.
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United Press International
Furman University wrapped up the
regular season Southern Conference title
this weekend and assured itself of the top
seed going into the post-season tournament.
Furman, undefeated in the league with a
10-0 record, dropped Davidson 96-83 in
Charlotte. N.C. to nab the top spot.
In other conference play, second-place
East Carolina slipped past William & Mary
68-66 in double overtime, while Richmond
downed the Citadel 99-90.
Virginia Military Institute, in a non
conference game, bowed to Old Dominion
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84-69, while Appalachian State staved off a
closing rally to down Lenoir Rhyne 88-80.
Fessor Leonard led Furman with 24
points and Clyde Mayes and Michael Hall
added 22 points each for the Paladins.
The Paladins, leading 28-20 midway
through the first half, then ripped off 13
straight points. Davidson moved within 10
points at halftime, 66-56, but fell behind in
the opening minutes of the second half and
could get no closer than 10 points the rest of
Senior Larry Horowitz was the leading
scorer for Davison with 29 points while Jay
Powell scored 20.
Larry Hunt hit a 25-foot jump shot at the
buzzer with the score at 66-all in double
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That quality of youthfulness that
Teresa Trice and Joan Healy express
for the UNC gymnastics team paid
big dividends for the Tar Heels here
Saturday as they outdistanced
Longwood College 77 to 57 in their
regular season finale.
Healy placed first in all-round
competition with a total of 28.15
points. She took first place in the
parallel bars with a score of 6. 15, and
in the vaulting with an 8.00 score, and
captured two second places in floor
exercises and the balance beam. Trice
won the floor exercises with an 8.20
tally, and also captured first on the
beam, scoring 7.35.
Other second place awards went to
Missy Grcich. who captured second
place in all-round with a 22.00 score,
and Paula Kilnatrick. Paula
McCormick had one third place for
For Longwood. Darla Decatur
was individual high scorer, with third
place finishes in floor exercises and
overtime to give East Carolina its victory
over William & Mary.
ECU Coach Dave Patton said of the
victory, "Now we can go back to playing
normal again. We needed this one for our
head and to lock up that No. 2 seed (for the
Bob McCurdy and Kevin Eastman
combined for 57 points as Richmond eased
past the Citadel. McCurdy had 37 points and
Eastman added 20 for the Spiders.
Center Richard Johnson scored a career
high 33 points for the Bulldogs before
fouling out in the final two minutes of the
Tom Street hit for 23 points and Gray
Eubank added 20 more to lead Old
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