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V NC women 's golf
baTkcfbaU lineup qS?SB: Fim' the fivc startin in the Tar Heel
WSuSi' "ght? HW Eb0ut the fi"t-string backfield for the football
S?umred mSJ Cf,TamC Pe of the toP three Pyen on the women' golf team,
may wdTbe. YU not in the minority-But in a uple of years, you
team haltor6 ,n thC Way t0 off thcir vcil of obscurity. Though the
and That oTtlV tW yCa"' k boasts an unted regular season chart,
ArizoS tournament, earning an invitation to the nationals in Tuscon,
Ka?hv SiDoH5 haS bfnJunior Miny Moore. Moore, Sally Austin, and
MtodvSS5 dominated the top three spots on the girls' team all year.
nlanff colnttv ? ?oIfjn8 tradition. Her whole family are avid golfers. She started
P UNC cZl TV' FIrida high sch00ls' a htbed for prep golf.
U,anirai? ?JmSOn s bcen Pleased with Mindi progress.
dH. h!H kSf i ! best olf on the team " notes Robinson. "Lately she and all the
girls have been plagued by inconsistency, but they seem to be shaking that off."
nhl a?u 'fu r "me handicapper, concurs, "My best golf was in the fall. I'm not
better- way been playing-but in olf- yu always feeI yu couId do
The team is primed for the nationals. Coach Robinson is counting on a finish in the
top ten which would be quite an accomplishment for a second year team with no
"Playing in the national tournament will
The Intramural Office is accepting
applications and holding interviews this
week for the paid positions for women
residence hall managers and office staff.
One position is available for each dorm,
with two open in Cobb and Ehringhaus and
three in Morrison and James. Alexander and
Connor dorms will be combined.
htl v aw""ailuu,umucmwuiDeinenigniignt oi my career, says Mindy.. , I
g The team will gam invaluable experience from the trip." ' . $
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be the highlight of my career," says Mindy. :
SI Intramural positions available
Managers which have been elected in their
dorms should also fill out applications.
The office staff position available is
supervisor of officials.
UNC woman golfer Mindy Moore tied
Beth Daniels of Appalachian State for third
place in the Virginia Invitational last
weekend at Lynchburg, Va. Other UNC
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players entered were Jean Newton, Mindy
Moore and Laura Stokes.
The jayvee baseball team finished its
season with an 1 1-9 mark by winning two of
three games over the weekend.
The Tar Babies pushed across two runs in
the ninth inning Sunday for a 6-5 win over
N.C. State in the second game of a
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Heels play Virginia
Am ievitetnoe to ACC baseball.
by John Duntep
Now that all the other Atlantic Coast
Conference spring sports have taken their
bows and the year is winding to a close, what
better time to issue an invitation to
America's most beloved and traditional
A formal announcement might look
something like this:
You, a Carolina fan, are most graciously
invited to attend the final few days of ACC
baseball. It is baseball week in the Triangle
Area and your presence is expected. But first
let us explain to you, dear reader, how to
arrive at our baseball party.
The fun begins Thursday afternoon at
Boshamer, Doak, and Coombs Stadiums in
Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Durham
respectively. At 2 p.m. the Carolina Tar
Heels open their run for the roses against
Virginia at N.C. State's Doak Stadium.
In the meantime, the Red Legions bring
doubleheader. State won the opener 2-1 with
an unearned run in the seventh.
Saturday the jayvees blanked Campbell
College 6-0 behind the two-hit pitching of.
Wayne Long. Last Thursday the squad
dropped a 7-5 decision to Sandhills
Community College on three unearned runs
in the seventh inning.
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their abrasive forces to Blue Heaven and
tangle with Duke's last place Blue Devils.
The Wolfpack followers lost yet another in a
long list of coin tosses and in doing so gave
the first round bye to Clemson. It has been a
long year for the folks in Raleigh.
Finally, at Coombs, the ancient, fenceless
ballpark at Duke, Wake Forest led by the
lIeet?footed catcher Frank Mariani will
tackle Maryland's surprising Terps.
Now, dear guests, the story of next
baseball bashes gets a bit confusing.
Please pay attention now, party guests.
The all-important semi-finals of the ACC
Tournament will be played Friday, either in
Chapel Hill or Raleigh. The games will take
place in Chapel Hill only if Carolina wins
against Virginia, or State loses against Duke.
If both the Tar Heels and Wolfpack win. the
final games will be here in Chapel Hill in
front of the typically enthusiastic and well
versed fans of this area. But, if Carolina loses
and State wins the games will be played in
Try to remember that Thursday's losers
are completely out in leftfield if they lose
eliminated. But starting Friday with the two
semi-final games, the tournament becomes
double-elimination. And your minds would
boggle at the possibilities involved here.
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Let's just leave it go with the realization that
a team will have to play great ball to win the
And this is where you Tar Heel fans come
in. This invitation is being given in the hopes
that you will attend the festivities and that
Carolina will play well enough to win
Thursday against Virginia.
So with the help of good weather and good
luck, the 1 975 baseball season will draw to an
exciting conclusion. As an invited guest to
this bash you are reminded that this is a
B.Y.O.L. party as we do not have enough
Old Milwaukee for every one. Finally, there
is no need for a RS VP as we don't know what
the hell is going on either.
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