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Phil Ford puts up two against the Terps
by Suun Shackelford
; Sports Editor
"l finally got 'em: I finally got 'em. It was
worth the wait, wasn't it?"
Maryland coach Lefty Dricscll
That remark made to personal friends
after the game, means a multitude of things
to the Maryland Terrapins, who Saturday
looked like Red and White raiders when they
picked up a "96-74 win over the home team
blue of Carolina.
In general, the victory was the first
Maryland sweep of the' Tobacco Road
members N.C. State. Wake ForesU Duke
and Carolina on their home courts during
one season. The feat, itself, has been
accomplished only one other time during the
22-year Atlantic Coast Conference history,
in 1970 by South Carolina, which today no
tongers belongs to the conference.
But specifically, the victory represented
two other landmarks: It was the first time a
Maryland-Driesell team has beaten Carolina
at home. And it was the first time Carolina
has lost to Maryland in Carmichael
men cagers crush State 85-81,
now 13-0 with 2 games remaining
by Jane E. Albright
Approximately a thousand State-hating
fans saw the UNC women's basketball team
annihilate the Wolfpack of N.C. State 85-51
in Carmichael Auditorium last Thursday.
Saturday's 80-31 massacre of the
Davidson College women by the Tar Heels
in Charlotte Coliseum seemed anti-climatic.
With' the Wolfpack and the Wildcats'
casually cast aside by the Tar Heels, the
Carolina women now own a perfect 13-0
season record going into the final and
roughest week of the season.
Tuesday at 7 p.m. UNC will meet East
Carolina in Greenville. The Tar Heels didn't
have much trouble beating the Pirates 69-50
in the final game of an earlier round-robin
tournament this season, but ECU has had
several weeks of competition for
The last scheduled game of the season
includes a short trip to Elon College to take
on the defending state champions. The
Fighting Christians will be out for revenge,
for its 70-68 opening season loss to the Tar
Heels was in the round-robin tournament.
Against Davidson, Carolina Coach
Angela Lumpkin said she was not trying to
run up the score but that she couldn't have
her starters "getting splinters on the bench"
in anticipation of this week's schedule.
These past two games probably mark the
end of the lopsided victories Carolina has
enjoyed this season.
Against State, many Tar Heels can gloat
over the fact that the Wolfpack, a name that
has come to mean the best, was merely,
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Every Tar Heel made the scoring column,
with the unstoppable Marsha Mann
pumping in 27 points and pulling down 1 5
rebounds. At the 12-minute mark, Mann left
the game with a standing ovation.
Like most State-Carolina contests, the
crowd gave the officials a hard time with
each unfavorable call. The pep band played
"Old MacDonald" and several guys sitting
on the front rows did their own "pom-pom"
Meanwhile, State had trouble penetrating
UNCs zone defense, with seven mintues of
the second half going by before State scored.
By that time, the scoreboard was 30 points in
favor of Carolina.
Auditorium, which .-in I965. replaced
Woollen Gymnasium, now used for physical
education-intramural activities, as the
varsity playing site.
For the Terps. who lost to UNC 69-66 at
home, this domino effect was definitely on
the agenda. In their last game, a week ago,
they trounced Bill Foster's Duke Blue Devils
104-84 in Durham, becoming the first team
to score over a 100 points against Duke at
Putting aside the record books is
necessary, however. This contest must be
assessed in terms of the strenuous ACC
regular season race, whose importance is
accented by the National Collegiate Athletic
Association's (NCAA) decision to select at
large teams for playoff sports.
Maryland, third-ranked nationally,
appears headed for the regular season
championship by virtue of its current 8-2
record and only two ACC opponents.
Clemson and Virginia remaining.
s N.C. State, meanwhile, owns a 7-2
conference mark and moves into sole
possession of second place after its weekend
victory over Wake Forest, 89-87. State must
still battle three ACC adversaries, Duke
Clemson and Carolina before the
Carolina drops to fourth with a 6-3 record
and 1 5-6 overall. Clemson is in third with a 7
3 mark after thumping Duke 100-66
Now Virginia Tech .
The Tar Heels play non-conference
Virginia Tech tonight in Blacksburg. Va.
The 8 p.m. game is regionally-televised over
stations in this area.
Against Maryland, UNC head coach
Dean Smith said, "they beat us in about
every way you can. I didn't think anybody
could beat us easily. We were really beaten
by an excellent basketball team today. 1 was
proud of our effort, but I know we can play,
That assessment was made in a post-game
interview following the nationally-televised
contest, when viewers saw Maryland take
command by as big a margin as -27 points
with 6:33 showing on the clock. .
At half-time the Terps led by 1 2 points (43-
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minute period. Smith said a crucial setback
for the Heels after the half was their inability
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Maryland's John Lucas was most
responsible offensively for stifling any
comeback bv the Heels, who trailed the
entire first half except at 2-0 and 8-6 in the
opening two minutes. The small forward
from Durham hit a fastbreak lay-up and a
pair of 15-foot jumpers to open the second
half and sustain the Maryland dominance.
Lucas equaled his career-high 31 points,
which he scored last year against Duke,
before the final buzzer. !
The all-around mainstay for U NC was 6-9
junior Mitch Kupchak. who. working inside
against the leech-like defense of Tom Roy.
put in 27 points on 13 of 28 field goals and
topped the team rebounding with six grabs.
Kupchak's low rebounding total was
indicative of Maryland's board control. The
visitors gleaned 40 to Carolina's 28. Roy
hauled in II. Steve Sheppard. who did an
outstanding job coming off the bench mid
way the first half, got nine, while Owen
Brown had eight. .
Poor rebounding also contributed to the
Tar Heels week shooting from the floor, a
47.3 percentage, compared to 59.1 for
Maryland. "They just limit you to one shot.
For the Heels. Walter Davis, who was
averaging 16.9 points going into the game,
managed only 1 1 points with a 25 per cent s
field goal mark (4-16). Freshman Phil Ford
had 1 6 points, while senior backcourter Brad
Hoffman notched 12.
Kupchak needed more help on the inside,
which was effectively bottled up by a
hustling man-to-man Tcrp defense, as Tall
Tommy (LaGarde) and Big Ed (Stahl) added
only two and six points and two and four
Concerning the inside inefficiency. Smith
also noted. "When we moved Walter Davis
closer in. Maryland put Sheppard in the
game. I don't know what the score was. but 1
think I made a mistake putting him inside
(when Lucas had picked up his second
I thought we executed very well.
"Like I told the team in there
(lockcrroom). 1 don't know how many years
I've been coaching, but this has to be one of
the best wins. said the former Davidson
coach, who came to the College Park school
in 1969. "It's great to beat a nationally
ranked team on their home court by 20
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