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1 Wednesday. October 15, 1980The Daily Tar Heel5 ifeefc sfW at No. 8 i. kuLi. Is T1 9 S fi . .dkjfe JsA- JbJU .4. II By ii. I i OS If d3 itHC 11 Cy CILL FIELDS Sports Editor ' James Worthy and Jimmy Elack arc back at full strength, but two other North Carolina basketball players will miss today's opening practice of the 1980-1931 season because of injuries. Tar Heel head coach Dean Smith said Tueday that senior Pete Dudko and freshman Sam Perkins will be absent when Carolina begins its preseason preparations. Budko, a 6-foot-8'2 Lutherville, Md., native, has tr?e more serious injury, a stress fracture of the right fibula (a leg bone). Smith said Budko whose condition will reassessed by doctors next week, would be sidelined from 12 days to three months.' Perkins, a 6-9, 215-pound Latham, N.Y., native has a pulled hamstring and doctors said he could miss anywhere from 12 days to three weeks of practice. Smith, entering his 20th season as head coach, said he normally expected players to have minor injuries after a couple of weeks of practice, but he could not recall an opening day when he didn't have the entire team to work with. . "It is disappointing," h- said. "We were all fired up to go tomorrow and now we won't have Pete and Sam. This year it was absolutely necessary that we have everybody to work with." Carolina opens preseason workouts with one of the most inexperienced teams it has fielded in more than a decade. Al, Wood, a 6-6 senior All-America candidate, returns for his fourth season with fellow seniors Budko, Mike Pepper and Eric Kenny. Of the four, Wood, who averaged 19 points per game and shot 57 percent from the floor, is the only player to have much experience. "This team could finish anywhere, and I mean anywhere," Smith said. "We have a real young team," said Wood, who got valuable experience over the summer as a member of the U.S. Olympic team. "I'm really the only guy who has gotten a lot of playing s no ccer oBe JL The North Carolina men's soccer team begins its Atlantic Coast Conference schedule today when it meets Virginia at 3:30 p.m. on'Fetzer Field. The 12-2 Tar Heels finished the first half of their season in spectacular fashion last weekend with a 4-0 upset over nationally ranked Old Dominion. UNC Coach Anson Dorrance said the first 14 games were considered as preparation for the ACC schedule and that the team was where he wanted it for -Virginia. "(After beating ODU) the team realizes what it takes to win at that level," Dorrance said. "We've played several exceptional games this year and ODU was one of them." The win over ODU was the first Tar:: Heel triumph over a ranked tearit this"' t year. "Everyone has a good feeling," said Steve Turner, whose two goals were instrumental in the victory. "They're a good team and we killed them. We played unbelievable and it got us psyched up." The ACC, considered to be one of the toughest conferences in the nation, will r, tut i(iH 'Mif" i-'7itH irii ret 3 25 words or less Stodsnts '1.75 Ncn-Student3- '2.75. Add $t tor each akSl;ionl word '1.C0 mora lor bound ad or bakKaca rypa 10 pwcant discount tor 4 run S conaacutiva daya fmm Primt Vary CUmrtf afc- Mb m- aa m ATTENTION JUNIORS & SENIORS Northwestern Mutual Li.' Is 2ln oerlnj CoZe",9 Agnt Internship. Wa or txZ,m hours, ractwcfil buliva opportunity, good pay end futurt K3t'mt jci'.--s. For mor trt& ca3 Jim ATTENTION: Carry Commoner, 0:Uens Party carKiiiata for FrcaUient I3 giv m)or dirtaa. Wed. Oct I;h, 8 23 p.m. In lh Great IU3, Carolina Union, Ccroa and check ot raJ a!:srri:it on tha N.C t"ot. Info: t flaca lVatt?. t.'X, 0t. IS. I'.- ."a r. i Us. I r a .'.a; '.si! a. fr tera dl'aavr. Fr faf!i lO'.T: COIO ITTlTTimriZ tKCTUTt on 1 0 ISI J In ,-Ut.,:-y 4 r.ut'.ae ttt.oU or V.r-.-Vi Tw4. U 1.,-unJ tis c1 ?:3-4Ctl. If; -I; Af rf.N BA24 u:'As) ? 4wk ki C .- ; a Cientrt. II found U?ase ca3 Aa at It.': -) V .r::ou' io;t .rrr.ars Um i. c i c ;.; - 1 ti .0 5 ' j j t-.t 9 ; j 4 c ) 1 ' f let. i ti s, frs WATCH t !. 1131. C3 (3 fcrth CcrcHna senior A! Wood ...basketball practice begins today time. But I'm not going to go out and try to do it all myself. I think I'll do the things I've been doing, but I don't want to put a lot of pressure on myself." Worthy, who said the ankle he fractured against Maryland last season is in good shape, will be counted on even more should Budko be sidelined very long. "I feel ready to play," Worthy said. "It will be challenging for us and a lot of fun to prove ourselves. We can be just as good as any team in the past." Black, a 6-2 junior, who recovered from a broken neck suffered in an automobile accident this summer, is the most experienced player returning in the backcourt. He's joined by 6-1 sophomore Jim Braddock. "I'm not really surprised that I'm back this early," said Black, who returns 17 weeks after the accident. Doctors had said Black could have been out as long as six months. With the loss of five seniors headed by Mike O'Koren from the 1979-1980 team, Carolina recruited five newcomers: Perkins, 6-7 Matt Doherty, 6-6 Cecil Exum, 6-11 Timo Makkonen and 6-3 Dean Shafferr. "I'm not worried about this team," Smith said. "I think we'll be a fun team. They'll play together and win some games. TUr. ;r.ypc-:"' hurts us more defensively. ACC against Virginh pose enough challenges for the Tar Heels, but in addition nationally ranked William & Mary and Southern power Jacksonville are on the schedule. "It's a good situation to be in (playing difficult teams)," Turner said. "This gives us the opportunity to be nationally recognized. You can't play the dinks." At stake is a bid to the NCAA playoffs. The Southern region receives two bids, which seem to be guaranteed to top-ranked Alabama A&M and 10th ranked Appalachian State, but Carolina is in a battle with Clemson and Duke for a possible at-large invitation. Virginia tied with Carolina for second place last year in the ACC. The two teams battled to a 1-1 tie in ft Chars Groceries, bear, win, ate, m on mse tarchaf, Visa or Taxaco aoCt card Keg li tc osfvary rswrvatJona an W Cie'Jru ttm wf.tf .' , . -f ll. ..Ill rjjjcmn czad sivssitT kzzdzd to rrSi tl,;!- tanrn la Limzt&tm for baiy.ail a&airtiij tm imttmem t.Zm. 542-47 1. SCOUTING EACKGnOUfD? Orar County achoois b M-tVin-j acoutrostr. mala 21 yn. old tot new emotionally disturbed "to school scouting pro-am. Contact Dtty Matthews. 7324 1 2 Cw). 722.7(H). WANTED; NON-MOX!NO MALES aa sut ts In pakl LP A trtsthing ezprteerts on th UNC CI I campt. Total time commitment Is 10-IS hours, incl4dlng free pShyekaJ examtnatkM. Pay la tS.CO per hour. We need heaUhy malrs. aa 1S-40 titth no ir;is and no haykver. Ca3 S-S Mon.-Frt. fcf more teformatton, tv$-l2S3. CAROLINA OUTDOOR SPORTS Is fooktof for part-time ht'p. Stf 013 nWa txpcrlcnee neceswry. Active Intrrest to C utiaor. Apply tn peraon. Applieatkms rvd Wed. and Tl.urs. only. OVERSEAS JOCS-Sumrnf rytsr round Europe, S. AmrrH AwttzzZ. Asia. A3 feUs ISOO-tlSJO mon:H;. Essn paid. S?;ietnf , Tree b!. V.rtie: UC Co S2-NC 1. Corona Del Mir,CA?:t:5. t'ATPY STCHE atrj loyn-rpt of portn5:W: 7 pm-3 am and avrt knvls. t-l'Mmum O hr. per vek. An !y h pro tr 3 ass and 1 pm to DoU-y l.HKk, I LF-fY SICIZ. I C-3 E. FranLtJi St. tT.orxsson sixr.s STUDaTO u hom and rtdi m.l tn amhantr fee ekteacy partincnt. C3 $Z4Zn Sm P.M. I irXP WA?frn. Dom3c Ci n Ucu!v. Cti im. f3.C3j.irr hour ("s g fC'aJ. f'hom 9t2-7w7&. CI r.r.N f: 5 fi::i rn itormi ta n m time. Fm cat kf v f --4e:.ivit!J an4 surcs-i1ftSf 4. V.sk ttcof'l t3 -oyr moslva-. stof t'-i-ne ckxk. C3 $i74I2l. 1.: r.'A i"; r.c.v t.zc: :r.z f we .- e: i cy-A. . V M tr lt'AHri 11 as- 2 pi -1 3 r -vl3 r . : ii -.s-yt ( '.t.'e FIA 5 0. ' t j:.:? u i t i - ' j nd . v ' " 1 'll'l I.. . ' -it. 1 .- ha v cr, 17 it J Charlottesville last year. UNC has an important confrontation with Clemson this weekend, but the Tar Heels are not looking past the Cavaliers. "We're not even thinking about Clemson until we finish with Virginia," Turner said. "Right now we're just as good as anybody. Virginia is a good team that we have to beat before moving on." GEOFFREY MOCK NEW YORK STYLE 7 - r- Buy One Pizza at Regular Price 2nd Pizza (Same Value) a PRICE Est In or Tcko Out "Every Day Except Fridays'1 "Sony No Checks" Coupon Good thru 10-20-80. C23-4571 503 W. FRANKLIN ST. services DO THEY LAUGH when you sH down at a computer terminal? Do you cry when you fork over big money to have your papers typed? Relief Is on the way! At TYPEWRITING etcetera In Kroger Plaza you can master the keyboard rapidly. 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THE DATING BANK New, rtglsmed. proreukiw. serving the lonely. unmarTied kc.'V by maX Ko 1S4). Winston-Sakra. NC 27IC2. 1-7MS79. ROOMMATE WANTED I170.C3 each. To Wdfooms. fevtoig room, iluhea, dining ei, bathroom. fomihd uuUts Included. Near CUn Le '.!.. Cs.3 3-7214. Leave mr; k Fat. Ernr.ocM avatlat-lc n. i h 3 be-iroo apt. 1 -..'. koa campus, i n.33 pet snon: & tii.:.;ies. Lfeeral Bonsmkkij saaW fr f.-rre4. Si77.:i. r.:. a :-.-s- ca Ey DAVID POOLE Assistant Sports LdUor Monte Kiffin will be the headline act ' at N.C. State's pep rally preceding the State-Carolina football game this weekend. Kiffin is planning to don red boxing trunks and climb in the ring against Joe Frazier, who'll be wearing blue. Guess who'll win. Dick Crum, on the other hand, won't make it to- Thursday's Beat State Extravaganza on the Carolina campus. "It's not that I'm against pep rallies," Crum told members of the media at a press conference Tuesday. "I just have some other things that I have to be doing." The coaches of the in-state rivals are an interesting contrast. Kiffin is an ebullient, outgoing type who is likely to make a joke at any time. Crum, conversely, is businesslike and doesn't break from a steady monotone in talking about his teaml Crum has loosened up considerably, however, and his comments at the news conferences are becoming, nearly as enjoyable for those who attend as is the . meal served before, the questioning begins. . And people who have made a big deal out of the fact that Crum never seems to smile should see the Carolina coach when he gets going with Lou Bello. Bello, a former basketball official who now works as a sports commentator for a Raleigh radio station, has elicited smiles and, gasp, even a few one-liners from Crum on several Tuesday afternoons this season. "Coach Kiffin said nice things about you at his press conference Monday," Bello told Crum Tuesday. , "I paid him," Crum quipped back. 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Despite Crum's new jocularity, the Carolina coach isn't the same type of coach that Monte Kiffin is. Crum doesn't have anything negative to say about Kif fin's antics, but he isn't likely to adopt many of them either. "Monte does things like that (attending pep rallies) and he does them well," Crum said. "When it's working for you, that's OK. I just don't think I'd feel very comfortable riding in dressed as the Lone Ranger." The fans and the media get keyed up whenever a game between Carolina and State is coming up, and Crum says that when he first came to the area, he had trouble understanding some of the things leading up to the kickoff. "My first year here, I was a little bothered by all the hate talk," he said. "I don't believe there should be a hate factor in football and I don't think people around here really hate State or hate Carolina. The alumni of the schools have close social contact with each other and it's a very intense rivalry." But Crum hopes the emotion won't have a profound effect on his players. Crum says his players respect the Wolfpack, but he hopes the Tar Heels won't get too wrapped up in the emotion. His players don't think they will. ""It's mandatory to have that type of attitude (low key) to be a successful football team," Calvin Daniels said. "If you play on a real high emotional level one week, you'll be exhausted the next week." "The even emotional keel is one of Caoch Crum's main philosophies," cornerback Greg Poole said. "We try to keep a high level of intensity every week but not let it get overblown." Crum said he just isn't the kind of guy Sports Women's golf in Georgia Invitational. Men's soccer vs. Virginia at 3:30 p.m. at Feuer Field. UL-iE FEAQQirCGTCrsJ SOUTHERN DINING Every Evening 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Lunch 1 1:30 am to 2:00 pm. Reservations recommended. 967-7770. Brown bagging permit. 8 miles south of Chapel Hill on US 15-501. 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But Crum did offer to help Kiffin make an appearance at a Carolina pep rally. "Monte has agreed to parachute in if I'll fly the plane," he joked. AP Top 20 to lead cheers and 1. Alabama (52) 5-0-0 1,327 2. So. California (S) 5-0-0 1,224 3. Texas (4) 5-0-0- 1,201 4. UCLA (4) 5-0-0 1,1 6 5. Notre Dame 4-0-0 1,052 6. Georgia 5-0-0 1.02S 7. Florida State 5-1-0 921 8. North Carolina 5-0-0 55 9. Ohio State 4-1-0 819 10. Nebraska 4-1-0 811 11. Pittsburgh 4-1-0 615 12. Penn State 4-1-0 549 13. Baylor 5-0-0 472 14. Arkansas 4-1-0 463 15. South Carolina 5-1-0 461 16. Missouri 4-1-0 319 17. Oklahoma 2-2-0 229 18. Miami, Fla. 4-1-0 179 19. Iowa State 5-0-0 129 20. Stanford 4-2-0 84 Check for your fan Sg"- mail k" A in the Xn DTH ' Vaurldndoffcnmcl? Classifieds - mm 1 1 . r Its NOW SHOV.iriG 2:45 5:C3 7:15-9:20 FG 2:30 4:10 7:10 t:S3 Heads it's Wiliit ... tails it's Phil. michaci r---i ONTKEAN uitr.nr . KIOOLR 1 ri ?m f IKfiiHf tat fiini LOUISD The A.L. 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