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ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Tech
today named former National Football
League star Bill Curry to succeed Pepper
Rodgers as head football coach.
Rodgers was fired three weeks ago by
the school's athletic association after six
years at his alma mater.
Curry, a 1965 graduate of Tech, was
assistant coach at Tech under Rodgers in
1976 before joining the Green Bay
Packers as offensive line coach.
He was elected by a unanimous vote in
a specially called session of the Tech
Athletic Association, said Tech board
chairman Joseph Pettit.
Tennis meeting set
Anyone interested in trying out for the
UNC men's junior varsity or varsity
tennis team should attend a meeting at 3
p.m. Thursday in room 302 Woollen
Gym and should bring their class
schedules with them.
There will be one final basketball
organizational meeting for anyone who
has not yet entered' an intramural
basketball team at 7 tonight in room 304
Wrestling at home vs.
ECU at 4 p.m. in
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by Georgia. Tech'.'
From Staff Reports
ATLANTA- Carolina's women's basketball team raced
to an early lead and eased to a 93-61 rout of Georgia Tech in
women's basketball action Wednesday night.
The Tar Heels, who placed six players in double figures,
raced to a 47-32 halftime advantage, at one time holding a 23
point first-half lead. Georgia Tech never threatened in the
second half as UNC moved out and won, achieving its biggest
margin at the final buzzer.
Sophomore forward Meredith White was the top scorer
for the Tar Heels with 19 points, as North Carolina placed 10
players in the scoring column. Freshman forward Anita
Jones, making a return to her home state she prepped in
Athens added 13 points for Carolina. Bernadette McGlade
chipped in 12, while Henrietta Walls added 11, Kathy
Crawford 10 and Joni Berry 10, for the Tar Heels.
Carolina moved its record to 1 1-5 on the season with the
victory, and the Tar Heels now stand 4-1 in Atlantic Coast
Conference action. Georgia Tech dropped to 1-11 on the
NORTH CAROLINA (93)
White 19. Jones 13. McGlade 12.
Walls II. Crawford 10. Berry 10.
Boykin 7. Shaffer 6. Thomas 3.
Cermola 2. Burch 0.
GEORGIA TEC H (61)- Posey
14. Hendershoft 8, Lopez 7,
Woodhall 6. Gambruno 6.
Lineberger 4. Lauderslage 4. Ryan 4.
Rainwater 4. Rucker 3. Smith I.
Meredith White led scorers with 19
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The Tar Heel wrestling team's
dual-match opener at 4 p.m. today in
Carmichael Auditorium against East
Carolina is expected to provide those
waiting for N.C; State basketball
tickets as much excitement as any
The sudden departure of team co
captain Carter Mario may turn a
certain UNC victory into one that
UNC coach Bill Lam said might not
be decided until the last match.
ECU wrestled here earlier this
season in the Carolina Invitational.
The Pirates did not challenge UNC
for the tourney title, but Lam said he
was impressed with the Pirates.
"They're tough. We beat them last
year, but they have everybody back
and three of our starters graduated,
Lam said. "'We'll beat them early in
the lightweights, but we'll have to get
some major decisions and pins to
build an advantage because w e'll lose
most of the heavyweights. Right now
it looks like each team will win five
The loss of Mario will particularly
hurt UNC since the Pirates boast an
excellent wrestler, Ed Goode, at 167
pounds, Mario's weight class.
"Carter would have beaten Goode,"
Lam said, "but now it will probably
be a loss."
Another important match will be
at 150 pounds where Joe Galli will
probable face the Pirate's Frank
Schade. The two met in the finals of
the Carolina Invitational with Galli
If the matches are split evenly the
heavyweight class will decide the
match. Jack Parry will make his
debut against the Pirates' nationally
ranked D.T. Joiner. Parry is a
freshman linebacker on the football
team and could not work out until
after the Gator Bowl.
He was a high school state
champion in Pennsylvania last year,
but Lam worries that facing Joiner in
his first match in a pressure situation
may be too much to ask.
"Parry will be good, but I'd prefer
he'd have some matches before
Joiner to get some confidence," Lam
With ECU's strength in the
heavyweights, it will be up to
Carolina's lightweights to pick up
some of the slack, Lam said. Bob
Monaghan, David Cooke and C.D.
Mock should sweep the early classes,
but Mario's absence will make them
"It affects their strategy," Lam
said. "We'll just have to count on
them to turn that seven-point victory
into a eight-point win so we get that
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