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4 Tht Dally Tar Hssl Monday, November 24, 1975
V-ball 2nd in region
by Ed Rankin
; UNC's women's volleyball team grabbed
an impressive second place finish in the
Fourth Annual Southern Region II
tournament Saturday at Memphis State
University. The Tar Heels, who were
runners-up in the state tournament, defeated
four of the eight teams before losing to
Eastern Kentucky in the finals.
: Carolina may get the chance to advance to
the national finals in Princeton, NJ. with
Eastern Kentucky. Every region in the
country, except I and II, sends two teams to
the nationals. Dr. Mary Roland Griffin, the
Southern Region II representative, asked the
national volleyball committee of the
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for
Women (AIAW) Sunday for permission to
send UNC to the nationals in addition to
Eastern Kentucky. Carolina Head Coach
Beth Miller expects a decision today or
The Tar Heels reached the double
elimination round by defeating the College
of Charleston and Memphis State in their
bracket's round robin. After losing to
Eastern Kentucky 15-7 and 1 5-3, Carolina
knocked off the College of Charleston, the
top-ranked South Carolina team, 15-6 and
15-6. UNC then defeated Memphis State 15-
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2nd Psalm and
Please get familiar with the contents of this Second Psalm: Do It Yourself!
Many times since March, 1962, this column has called attention to a message from
God to His people found in the last verses of the 17th chapter of Deuteronomy spoken
to the Ruler. We suggest it is very appropriate and applicable to every one that strives
to .rule himself, rule his family and children, rule his servants and whoever and
w herever he has duty and responsibility. In plain and simple language here is what The
Almighty says: "Get yourself a Bible. Keep it with you. Read in it all the days of your
life in order to learn to 'fear the Lord your God, to keep pride out of your heart and
coming to think you are better than your brethren, and to keep you from turning to the ,
right or left from obedience to God's Commandments and Statutes: to the end you
might live a long and blessed life in the land God gives you.'
One of our Random Remarks is a quotation from the 13th chapter of The Book of
Romans: "Let every soul surely that includes you and me be subject unto the
higher powers, for there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of
God. Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and
they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation."
"THERE IS NO RIGHT TO STRIKE AGAINST THE PUBLIC SAFETY BY
ANYONE, ANYTIME." Governor and later President Calvin Coolidge.
"Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people." Proverbs 1 4:34.
"What is the meaning of Authority? By Authority we mean an unquestionable,
unconditional power. An Authority is Absolute! When we stand before it there is no
possible appeal! To speak of 'relative authority' is like speaking of a "square circle!" It
is a contradiction of terms. There is no appeal from authority; it demands unqualified
obedience! From this it follows that there can be only one authority, the Authority of
God! God created the world and man and He rules in sovereignty over all: The Most
High ruleth in the Kingdom of men, and giveth it to whosoever He will Daniel 4: 1 7.
His Holy Will is the law of human life. The Bible also teaches that God has delegated
some of His Authority to certain men first to parents, then to magistrates. When
they exercise their authority under obedience to God, they represent God Himself, and
to obey them is to obey God. The teaching of the Bible regarding parental and
majesterial authority throws light on the fact that authority is given and cannot be
chosen. We do not choose our parents; we do not choose our country in which we are
born. We are born into the world, our parents, our country and its rulers are given to us
and cannot be evaded or avoided.
The following Random Remark is a matter of H istory, 1 344 years ago in the year 627
A.D. concerning King Edwin. He built the frontier fortress, to which he left his name,
the beginning of modern Edinburgh. On April the 12th of that year he received
Christian Baptism, rejecting idolatry and paganism. After his conversion his bishop
travelled with him and each court day was made the occasion for preaching and
baptism. Edwin strove to give his people the precious boon of peace under good
laws and wise administration. It was said first of him in his days: "A woman with her
babe might walk scathless from sea to sea." The people tilled their fields and gathered
their harvests in quiet and safety. Men no longer feared the thief or the robber; stakes
were driven by the roadside spring, where the traveller found a brass cup hanging for .
his use, and no thief durst carry it off.
More than once recently this column had taken the position it is as easy as "falling
off a log" to keep law and order where there is genuine faith in the God of The Bible.
In Daniel 12:2 we read "Some who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake to
"Shame and Everlasting Contempt."
3, 6-14 and 15-11 in a clutch match to
advance to the double elimination
"That was a must match for us, because
both teams had already lost once," said
Miller. "We knew we had to win it, and we
played very well."
In double elimination play, the Tar Heels
lost their first match to the University of
Kentucky 15-11 and 15-10. Carolina
defeated Virginia Commonwealth
University 15-6 and 1 5-3 for the right to meet
Eastern Kentucky in the finals.
Carolina took the first game 16-14 but
Eastern Kentucky rebounded to win the final '
two games 15-4 and 15-2.
"Eastern Kentucky has an excellent team,
but I think we played extremely well the
entire tournament," Miller said. "The kids
gave everything they had, and it was an
entire team effort." '
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United Press International
1. Indiana 259 g
2. UCLA 248
3. Marquette 191
4. North Carolina 153
5. Maryland 129 g
6. Kentucky 70
7. Arizona 62 j:J
8. Tennessee 50
9. Kansas State 45 g:
10. Cincinnati 41 g
11. Notre Dame 39
12. Louisville 38
13. San Francisco 35
14. Alabama 25 f
15. Michigan 23 v
16. Auburn 22
17. Washington 15
18. Rutgers 14
19. Providence 13
20. Las Vegas 1 1
Note: Associated Press ranked UNC no. 5.
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Geff Crompton defends Mitch
by Lee Pace
It was kind of like inviting a big group over
for Thanksgiving dinner, and then eating all
the turkey and dressing yourself.
The Tar Heels didn't mean to be impolite.
It's just that they wrestled so well they
couldn't help themselves.
Of the 40 wrestlers that made the
semifinals of the Carolina Invitational
Wrestling Tournament this weekend in
Carmichael Auditorium, 13 of them were
And of the 20 that advanced to the finals,
nine wore Carolina blue.
The Tar Heels so thoroughly dominated
the eight-team meet to the finals that UNC
Wrestling Coach Bill Lam later admitted
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Tar Heels would have wrapped up a victory
following the semifinals.
It was indeed a successful debut for an
inexperienced Carolina lineup, one that
boasted nine freshmen in an 18-man starting
"One impressive thing about it," Lam said,
"was that seven of the nine wrestlers we had
in the finals were freshmen."
Upon reaching the finals, however,
Carolina found the going much tougher.
Only three of the nine that went that far
could claim a championship, and one of
those was automatic since UNC's Mike
Benzel defeated teammate Joe Ryan for the
victory at 158.
"Several of our losses in the finals were
due to inexperience, Lam said. "But 1 was
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Crompton: war against pounds
by Ford Worthy
Geff Crompton has a secret. The veritable giant from Burlington has been staging his
own war against the weight scales for the past few months. And until the war is won.says
the one-time 32G-pourider who will back up Mitch Kupchak at center this season, he s not
telling anyone how much he weighs. f
"That's going to be my secret. I'll let folks know my weight after I ve lost the number ot
pounds I intend to lose," said Crompton, now listed on official rosters as 280.
"Ever since the season started, I've been doing a lot of extra running like doing a mile
before practice. I think the running has helped right much. Also, I'm taking a weighthl ting
class which has helped to get rid of some excess weight.
"But other than the running and just watching what I eat, I'm not on any kind of crash
program or anything. It's hard to say just when I'll be down to the right weight, but I m
satisfied with the progress I'm making." .
Losing some of the extra pounds that have burdened him in the past is important to the
6-11 sophomore, but getting back into the mainstream of Carolina basketball is his
Crompton entered UNC two years ago as a much sought-after prep cager-every ALC
school expressed interest in him-but was hampered by injuries his freshman season.
Last season he was academically ineligible . In fact, he dropped out of school for a short
time. Now, the mammoth Crompton, who wore a befitting Superman t-shirt as he talked
about the future is eager to "get back into the groove."
"After not playing last year, you'd have to say this is a comeback for me in a way.
Practicing every day against guys like Tom (LaGarde) and Mitch (Kupchak) has really
helped me to get back into my old form. .....
"We are going to be great," said Crompton, who scored nine points in 1 1 minutes ol
playing time against the Russians, "and I'm looking forward to doing my part."
J ust how well he does his part could prove to be crucial to the overall effectiveness of the
Heels. The depth that UNC has up front has yet to be tested.
"I think we will be alright underneath the boards. It's hard to say how much experience
counts. Bruce (Buckley) and I will be ready to come off the bench and do the job. Nobody
'is going to stop us, especially on the boards."
The optimistic Crompton grins when he talks about UNCs chances for a league title,
but admits that any success will have come after many hours of hard work. After dropping
out of school in February, he returned to UNC for the summer school sessions and since
then has labored diligently on refining his game.
"It hurt me to watch them (his Carolina teammates) playing last year knowing that I
really wanted to be out there making my contribution. In a way though, not playing
helped me, because it made me want to play even more."
feast for UNC wrestlers
real proud of our wrestlers. 1 feel they
dominated the tournament." -
East Carolina, the defending Southern
Conference champion, took three firsts,
while defending Atlantic Coast Conference
titlist Virginia and N.C. State collected two
Carolina's Scott Conkwright posted a win
in the 118-pound class, defeating Duke's
John Demailo 9-5. Conkwright reached the
finals by pinning Virginia's Bill Friedman
with six seconds left in the match.
Tar Heel David Breece jumped out to a 6-0
advantage after one round in his finals bout
with Auburn's Demick Romano, and
coasted to an 11-4 win.
Two-time ACC champion Mike
McGonigal of Virginia broke a 3-3 deadlock
with UNC freshman Christ Conkwright with
2: 19 left in the 134 finals match to take a 5-3
State's Jay Martin, a third place ACC
finisher last winter, won the 142-pound title
by beating Carolina's Dave Juergens,
another freshman. Juergens had earlier
stunned ECU's Tom Marriott, a three-time
winner in the Carolina Invitational at 142.
Virginia's Bob Harwick defeated Paul
Thorpe of ECU for the crown at 150, while
freshmen Benzel and Ryan battled for the
championship at 158, with Benzel recording
a 14-5 victory.
Jeff Reintgen of Carolina was third at 150.
ECU's Phil Mueller, second in the
National Association of Intercollegiate
Athletics tournament last year at 1 67, pinned
Tar Heel Carl Hoffman with 19 seconds
remaining in the first round of the 1 67 title
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Defending SC champion and three-time
North Carolina Collegiate winner Ron
Whitcomb of ECU edged UNC freshman
Dean Brior 11-9 for the title at 177.
Bucky Gaudreau of Carolina defeated
Virginia's Paul Chanchetti for third place in
Mike Radford, a two-time SC champion
and N.C. Collegiate victor, had little trouble
with Tar Heel freshman Dave Casale,
recording 12-2 win for the crown at 190.
Lynn Morris of State bested Greg Frey of
Pembroke State to win the heavyweight title.
Also reaching semifinal play for Carolina
was Tim Reaume (142) and Danny Jones
Appalachian State also participated in the
. Carolina's next action comes Nov. 28-29
in the Southern Open at Chattanooga, Tenn.
118 - S. Conkwright (UNC) d. Demailo (Duke). 9-5. !26 -Breece
(UNC) d. Romano (Auburn). 1 1-4. 134 - McGoniga!(Va.)
d. C. Conkwright (UNC). 5-3. 142 - Martin (NCS) d. Juergens
(UNC). 4-0. 150 - Harwick (Va.) d. Thorpe (ECU). 6-5. 158 -Benzel
(UNC) d. Ryan (UNC). 14-5. 167 - Mueller (ECU) d.
Hoffman(UNC). pin. 0:19. 1st rd. 177 - Whitcomb (ECU) d. Brior
(UNC). 1 1-9. 190 - Radford (ECU)d. Casale(UNC). 12-2. Hvv -Morris
(NCS) d. Frey (Pembroke State). 3-1.
Sophomore Ralph King will be North
Carolina's lone representative in the NCAA
cross country championships today at
University Park, Pa.
King qualified for the national meet by
finishing 26th in the Region 3 meet Nov. 8 at
Greenville, S.C. That placed him in the top
10 in the region among runners not
competing with a full team.
King finished sixth in the Atlantic Coast
Conference championships and won four
dual meets for the Tar Heels this season.
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