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Friday, November 21, 1975 The Daily Tar Heel 5
Carolina clunks Duke;
to swim in ACC Relays
by Dave Kirk
North Carolina's men's and women's
swim teams defeated a spirited Duke squad
in a dual meet Wednesday in Durham. The
men defeated the Blue Devils 80-33 while the
women won 83-48. It was the first regular
season meet for the men, while the women
pushed their record to 2-0.
Team members will be participating in the
Atlantic Coast Conference relay meet in
Coach Jim Wood was impressed by the
performance of his squads, especially in light
of some difficult circumstances. "There was
some confusion about the starting time and.
we ended up waiting two hours before the
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The UNC fencing team will get a good
indication of how well it will fare in the
'Atlantic Coast Conference race this year
when it travels to Penn State University this
weekend for an intercollegiate tournament
against some of the best fencers in the nation.
UNC, ranked 14th nationally last year,
will send at least 20 team members to the
Penn State Invitational, the premier
individual tournament in the East.
"We're really looking forward to this one,"
said UNC Head Coach Ron Miller. "It's
even bigger than the Cornell Open we had
earlier in the year, with more and better
Cornell, Pennsylvania and other national
powerhouses along with the host Nittany
Lion team should provide stiff competition
for the Carolina fencers, who are preparing
for the regular season which begins in less
than two weeks.
"We did well last year at Penn State,
having several fencers in the finals and
winning two or three medals. We should be
well represented this year, too," Miller said.
The last competition the women
participated in was the Foil Open two weeks
ago. According to Miller, the women have
great potential, but because of academic
reasons, several have been unable to enter
the preseason tournaments and need the
experience that this weekend's tournament
will give them. Ten women will travel to
Penn State for the women's foil competition.
UNC will be led by Mary Alice Belsma,
Allison Barrett, Garney Ingram and
Catherine Swan. 1"Z T ... . ..
& men's team has taken 12 of 18 medals
in preseason opens so far against Duke, N.C.
State and Clemson. They are led by Scott
Corzine and Ken Williams in the foil
competition, A.J. Keane in sabre, and Alan
Knight and Chris Collins in epee. All
America Jim Krause is still hampered by a
knee injury tnd is out of action indefinitely.
meet started," said Wood. "The delay took
the edge off our performance, but despite
that, it was a good meet."
Four of the Blue Devils top swimmers
shaved (shaving the hair off a swimmer's
body decreases water resistance) in an
attempt to win a few of the crucial events.
But Carolina took first and second in the
first two events. Only one of the shaved
swimmers did well, winning two events.
Coach Wood said several UNC swimmers
helped turn back the Duke effort. "1 was
especially pleased with the performances of
Rich DeSelm, Tom Berry and Mark List.
Mitch Kolesaire also turned in two fine
times. It was our fastest meet ever against
Duke and probably the fastest we have ever
turned in this early in the season," Wood
Staff photo by Martha Stevens
A classic rivalry loses zea
The women realed off eight school records
in their victory. Wood said their
performance was a tune-up for the state
championship on Dec. 5 and 6. "We gave
everyone a chance to swim in their best
event. As a result, we had some outstanding
times. Laurie Potter set two school records,
while Ann Marshall had times that were,
good enough to qualify for the nationals,,
and at this time in the season, that is
unbelievable. Ann Colvard and Madelyne
Warcholik also did real well," Wood said.
The women's next meet will be the state
championship. The men travel to Maryland
for a meet next Tuesday, and will attempt to
break the Terrapins' 1 1 -game home winning
by Jim Thomas
Assistant Sports Editor
The two campuses are only 13 miles apart;
players on both teams know each other; the
school colors are different shades of blue;
one has a ram for a mascot, the other a devil;
one receives state funds, the other is a private
institution in the past the Carolina-Duke
game has been one of the classic rivalries in
Now, though, the Carolina-Duke game is
no longer greeted with the enthusiasm it once
was. It is just another game on the schedule.
Pride is the only thing at stake in Saturday's
season finale at Wallace Wade Stadium ( 1 :'30
p.m. kickoff). Neither team is under
consideration for a post-season bowl.
Carolina could wind up with its worst
season since 1968. With a 3-7 record, the Tar
Heels have only next year to look forward to.
Duke is trying to bounce back from a
disappointing tie with N.C. State last
weekend which virtually knocked it out of
contention for the Atlantic Coast
Conference title. The Blue Devils still have a
chance at the title if they defeat Carolina and
league-leader Maryland loses to last-place
Duke has only a 4-5-1 record but the Blue
Devils' losses are to Southern California,
Pittsburgh, Florida, Georgia Tech and
South Carolina. Southern Cal, Pitt and
Florida are all bound for bowls while Tech
and South Carolina all have winning records
and are bowl possibilities.
UNC Coach Bill Dooley said Tuesday the
Blue Devils "have one of their best all-
Eight team mat tourney here
by Lee Pace
Powerhouses from the Atlantic Coast,
Southeastern, and Southern Conferences
will be displayed this weekend in the
Carolina Invitational Wrestling
Tournament which gets underway at noon
today in Carmichael Auditorium.
Virginia, last winter's ACC champion,
East Carolina, the Southern Conference
titlist, and Auburn, runner-up to Florida last
season and one of this season's favorites to
take the Southeastern crown, head the field
for this preseason exhibition meet.
Also included in the field are Carolina,
N.C. State, Duke, Pembroke State, and
The tournament's format calls for two
wrestlers from each team in ten weight
classes to be placed into 16-man brackets.
No team scores will kept, although winners
will be crowned in each class and individual
performance will count toward a wrestler's
season won-loss mark.
The tournament is basically designed to
give wrestlers a break in the grueling
preseason practice routine and to give
coaches an opportunity to watch wrestlers
perform under actual tournament
"We've been practicing for a long time
now and are at the point where we need some
real competition in front of people," said
UNC Wrestling Coach Bill Lam. "We need
to see who can perform under pressure and
find out what we need to work on."
Carolina, strongest at the lower weights
with Scott Conkwright at 1 18, David Breece
at 1 26 and Chris Conkwright at 1 34, will face
a formidable challenge from State's Fink
brothers Gib (1 18) and Clay (134).
"Those two will pair up with the
Conkwrights," said Lam, "and should
provide a couple of pretty tough matches."
Several of the other top wrestlers will
include ECU's Tom Marriott, last year's SC
champion at 150, Virginia's Curt Stanley
(142), and Duke's Bryan Davis (142).
Of the 18 wrestlers Lam has designated to
start for Carolina, nine of them are
freshmen. Sophomore Tim Reaume and
freshman Dave Juergens will wrestle 142,
freshmen Mike Benzel and Joe Ryan are at
158, Bucky Gaudreau and freshman Dean
Brior will fill 177, and Dave Casale will
In addition, freshmen Rocky Wing and
Greg Duke will follow the Conkwrights at
1 1 8 and 1 34 respectively, and Danny Jones is
second at 190.
The Tar Heel lineup is rounded out by Jeff
and Bob Rankin (150), Carl Hoffman (167),
Robbie Smith (126) and Peter Drew (167).
Preliminaries and opening round matches
will last all day today, with play resuming
Saturday at 10 a.m. The finals begin
Saturday at 8 p.m.
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"Duke has always played good defense,"
DooSey said, "but the big difference this year
is the offense." In the last five weeks the Blue
Devils have moved from fifth place in total
offense in the ACC to first with 360.3 yards
per game. Against State, Duke rushed for a
season high of 367 yards.
Dooley said earlier this week that the
offensive line and array of running backs are
the reasons rfor the Blue Devils'
All-ACC candidate center Billy Bry an and
tackle Gary Pellom anchor an offensive line
which has cleared the way for 21 1.7 yards a
same, second in the conference behind
Fullback Tony Benjamin is the Blue
Devils leading rusher with 600 yards on 120
carries while tailbacks Larry Martinez and
Mike Barney average 5.3 and 4.1 per carry
respectively. In the passing department, freshman
quarterback Mike Dunn has completed 29 of
62 for 459 yards and rushed for an additional
386 yards. His leading receiver is split end
Troy Slade. Slade has caught 35 passes for
503 yards and returned 21 punts for a 13.4
For the Tar Heels, tailback Mike Voight is
the leading statistical player. Voight. the
nation's fifth leading rusher, has gained ! 202
yards in nine games. He rushed for 91 yards
on 21 carries in last weekend's win over
Tulane and needs just 35 more yards against
Duke to become the second all-time leading
rusher in ACC history behind Don
Quarterback Billy Paschal! has completed
50 per cent of his passes for 1071 yards and
iO touchdowns. Wingback Charlie Williams
is the top receiver with 22 catches for 268
yards and three TDs.
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linebacker Bobby Gay. Gay, w ho was named
one of the ACC defensive players in the week
for his performance against Tulane.
underwent a knee operation eariier this
week. He will be replaced in the lineup by
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