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y scorr run
imy Cooper sat ca the bench on his h:h
school's' bassball tscn,, he never thought of becorruns
another in the tradition of fine cross country runners at
Cooper did not even run in a'hih school meet until
his senior year, and the names 'of past Carolina runners
like Tony Valdrcp, Ralph King and Reie McAfee
v.tre'vrcbil! lodged behind the Reie Jacksons,
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now an assistant to veteran coach Joe Hilton. Cooper
said Hofstetter's presence as a ccaeh has benefited him
and the team.
"Gary helps cut a whole lot," Cooper said. "He's
been running for 12 years and knows when we are tired
and understands injuries. He is doing a super job. He
goes over strategy, which is important because he
knows the courses and has faced the competition and
beaten most of them."
In last year's, ACC cross country meet, Cooper
placed seventh and ran the fastest time of any Carolina
runner since Ralph King and Hofstetter.
This year, Cooper outdistanced runners from
I ial ut id U at Hi a
id Duke to win his first race: since high
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But a$ a UNC senior, Cooper is co-captain of the
cross country team and is capable of setting some
records Of his own.
"I went out for cross country to get my legs in shape
for baseball," Cooper said. "I only ran in my senior
year and came in third in the state. Once I had schools
locking at me in cross country, I dropped baseball. It's
sort of a Cinderella story."
Cooper was in the background until this year because
of the imposing figure of All-Atlantic Coast
Conference runner Gary Hofstetter. Hofstetfer,
Carolina's premier runner during the past two years, is
school. Cooper was 14 seconds, or about 100 yards, in
front of the runner-up.
"It's different to win," Cooper said. "I've been
consistent finishing second, third or fourth in most
meets. It was real nice to win.
"I'm running the best I've ever run," he said. "The
combination of beis a senior and the way we do things,
now with Gary has made me a better runner."
Cooper would have qualified for the NCAA meet in
his sophomore year if it were not for a NCAA rule
change. In 1977, the top six teams and top 10 runners
other than those on the six teams qualified and the
respective schools picked up the tab for the trip to the
national meet. The NCAA now pays for both teams
and individual runners and therefore has reduced the
number that qualify to the top six teams and top five
individuals not on the top six teams.
"I was not upset because of the rule change,"
Cooper said. "It showed me I could run and qualify. I
had an 'I'll get them next year type of attitude.' "
Foreign runners present the biggest challenge to
Cooper within the ACC. Although they have been the
premier runners in the conference, Cooper likes to
compete against them.
"The ACC in the past has been a good conference,
but with these guys you've got to work harder. It's an
added incentive to win. I don't like getting beat by the
no no Tl
Hum a irieii
From staff report!
Joan Zabriskie scored one goal and
assisted on Ann Donio's two goals as
Carolina's field hockey team whipped
Appalachian State 4-1 Thursday, to
capture- their third straight regular
season state championship.
Most of the first half was spent
around the ASU goal as the Tar Heels .
outshot Appalachian 13-4. It took ten
minutes before Carolina gave ASU its
first shot. Carolina got its first goal with
three minutes left in the half on Donio's
Sue bakes extended the lead with an
early second half goal, and that proved
to be enough.,. ASU's lone goal was
scored by Barbara Anderson midway ihto
the second half and was the first given
up by the Tar Heels in three games.
Second half goals by Donio and
Zabriskie sealed the victory, for the
streaking Tar Heels.
"We are working more as a cohesive
unit than we did earlier in the season,"
said Donio, who now has seven goals for
"I think this was our finest game of
the season," coach Dolly Hunter said.
"We have shown a lot of improvement
in our' scoring, our team play and our
As regular season champions,
Carolina will ' be in " next' Friday's'
championship game 'at DukCagainst the"
winner of Thursday' s first round battle
between ASU and Duke.
Study in France!
Wednesday, Oct 29
3:20 p.m. 203 Dcy Hall
Now 6-5, the Tar Heels will see their
final regular season action in Saturday's
Dig Four Tournament in Winston
Salem. The first round matches Carolina
with Duke and Wake Forest against
The UNC volleyball team continued
its dominance of state rivals by defeating
Duke 15-4, 15-7, 15-6 Tuesday night.
Carolina is now 23-7 for the year with
the only losses coming in tournament
play to out-of-state foes.
The Tar Heels were loose against the
Blue Devils, something coach Beth
Miller said she liked to see.
"We stress never taking any team too
lightly, but I was glad to see the team
enjoying the match and having some fun
out there," she said.
Carolina will compete in the Maryland
tournament today and Saturday, and
Miller would like to improve on last
year's fifth place finish. Several strong
Eastern teams including Rutgers, Penn
State, Georgetown, Delaware and
Temple will participate.
One of the finest teams in the nation
will visit Chapel Hill this weekend when
the Virginia Select plays the North
Carolina women's soccer team.
The Select is an all-star team made up
of the best players in the state of
"They will be the toughest team we've
played yet," tri-captain Rosemary
Carbery said. "We'll have to play near
awesome to beat them."
The teams will play twice, first at 5
p.mf today and then again at 1 1 a.m.
Saturday. Both games will be on Fetzer
The North Carolina men's soccer
team tries to extend its unbeaten streak
to 10 games when it plays host to
Jacksonville at 3 p.m. today on Fetzer
A major UNC soccer record fell in last
Sunday's 2-2 tie with Clemson when
Sean Naber scored oal in the first
half. The score gave Naber 56 career
points, breaking the old mark of 55 held
by John Mansfield.
Carolina coach Anson Dorrance said
he felt Jacksonville wasn't as strong as it
had been in years past, but that his team
couldn't afford to take today's game
"We're expecting a heck of a game,"
he said. "Jacksonville is capable of
beating us and I wouldn't be surprised if
it went right down to the wire."
V f - ' f t T f
Despite the departure of head
ccaeh Pat Dye to Wyoming, East
Carolina officials were optimistic
about the 19C0 football season.
The team returned a hi,h-powered
offense, with several fleet running
backs to run through geping holes
which were being opened by All
American offensive guard candidate
Wayne Inman. Plus, the Pirates were
playing their toughest schedule ever,
a schedule that turned out to include
three Top 10 teams.
It appeared that.-East Carolina
might finally arrive.
The optimism has faded
somewhat, though, as the Pirates
limp into Kenan Stadium Saturday
with a 3-3 record, preparing to face
the unbeaten and seventh-ranked Tar
Injuries to key people have played
a big role in ECU's slow start as first
year ECU Head Coach Ed Emory has
had to fill the void with several
young, inexperienced players. But,
the biggest blow was a knee injury to
Inman, a fifth-year player who is lost
for the year.
Inman was the only returning
starter on the offensive line, and
Emory planned to build his offensive
scheme around him. The loss of
Inman and a couple of ether
offensive linemen left Emory with an
inexperienced group up front. "None
of our offensive linemen played in
the UNC game last year," Emory
said' by telephone from Greenville.
"We have only three seniors on the
entire offensive squad, so we are a
very young team."
Emory has seen signs of
improvement over the last two weeks
as his Pirates have beaten Richmond
and Western Carolina after starting
the season 1-3.
"They (the offensive line) have
gotten more confidence in the last
two to three weeks," Emory said.
"It's been a disastrous year in terms
of injuries, but they have never lost
confidence in the belief that they can
win they have had great enthusiasm
the offensive line was starting to
come of age. "Everyone up front
now has confidence in what they're
doing and in each other."
The Pirates will give the Tar Heels
their first lock at the wishbone in
1SC0, but Emory doesn't think the
triple option will bother the Tar
"When a team has great personnel
like North Carolina does, you have to
come up to the ball and block them,"
Emory said. "It doesn't make any
' difference what formation. ycu line
up in, you still" have to block and
UNC will have to contend with a
balanced ECU rushing attack which '
includes four backs with at least 300
The Heels also will have to be leery
of ECU quarterback Carlton
Nelson's passing. Emory said
Nelson's passing has improved over
the last few games. This year Nelson
has completed 26-of-52 passes for 276
yards and no interceptions.
Offensively, Sutton said the
Pirates would have to keep control of
the football. "We're going to have to
come off the ball and go straight
ahead and block them."
Emory said the Tar Heel rushing
attack would pose a challenge for his
defense. "When-they get Johnson
blocking and Lawrence and Eyrant
running, they're tough to stop.
"It should be a violation of NCAA
rules to have those two great running
backs in the same backfield," he
Emory hopes players like
linebacker Jeff Warren, the team's
leading tackier with 105 tackles, and
Nate Wigfall, who ECU officials said
is playing the best football of his
career, can help contain Carolina.
"It's always been a dream of mine
to play North Carolina as a head
coach," Emory said. "It's a great
thrill I just wish we could have
caught them (the Tar Heels) when
they weren't so good."
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PccLhd 2:1 end Acta 4:23
The heathen rage because they ere the cncrr.Ise cf The
Kingdom of Heaven, the King of Etamlty! "O God, the
heathen are come into Thine inheritance; Thy hcly temple
have they dsfllsd " Psalm 79:1. They can ting and
pray "Hallowed be Thy Name, Thy Kingdom come, enjoy
doing so, end think they mean it. However, when it comes
to literally obeying and establishing Tha Haavanly
Kingdom Laws, The Moral Law, The Ten Commandments,
and observing them in our daily conduct and commerce,
frequently, if not most of the time, men ere aroused to rg-k
ing against them!
God is not pleased with such an offering cf worship! "I
hate, I despise your feast days . . . Take thou away from
Mb the noise cf thy songs; for I will not haar tha mslady cf
thy viols. But let judgment run down as waters, and right
eousness as a mighty stream." Amos 5:21-24. "Why call
ye Me, Lord, Lord, and do not tha things which I say?"
Luke 6:43. Martin Luther, the great man cf God cf the
16th century, said that if ha hsd tha gift cf miracles, yst it
were better to testify of his faith by cbedlsnce, than by
"The great desire in tha council-chamber cf the infernal
king has always bean how man's innata rt!!;!ous takings
should be satisfisd, and yet God not be served. Haw could
tha heart ba kept from God, the clamors cf conscience ts
silencsd, and yet the dsmanda cf any Instinctive rt!!;!cus
ft sling be answered? The arch enemy cf man's Immortal
hopes solved the problem. The solution eppsars in the
cunning davices as ha sought out to bsgulls unwary
souls. Ha has varied his plans to suit times end cir
cumstances, tha condition cf man, tha progress cf soda
ty, the character of human governments, and tha condi
tion cf the human mind." Whoever it was that said that
surely "knew his way around" In tha cplrltusl world, In
"Tha things of The Spirit." And he goes cn to point out the
cavil's strategy down through tha c In tclvlng this pro
tlam with remarkable success until he gtts to the place
where God says: "Thus far, but no further." Cut ths Is
quite another story, and "The things cf The Cplrit are
foolishness to the natural man."
"At that time Jasus answered end said, I thank Ths, O
Father, Lord of heaven end earth, because Thau has hid
these things from the wise and prudent, and has revealed
thsrn unto bsbss. Evan so, Father: for so It seemed good
in Thy sight. All things are ds'lvsrcd unta Ma cf My Father;
and no man knoweth tha Con, but Tha Fath:n mP.her
knowest any man Tha Fathsr, save The Ccn, and ha to
whomsoever the Son will reveal him.
come urrro me, all ye that la ccn and ahe
HEAVY LADEN. AND I WILL GIVE YOU ft EST. TAKE MY
YOKE UPON YOU, AND LEARN OF ME; FGH I AM MEEK
AND LOVLY IN HEAHT: AND YE SHALL FIND P. EST UN
TO YOUR SOULS. FOR MY YOKE 13
CUHDEN IS LIGHT." Matthew 11:1 SO
EASY, AND MY
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SOUntCASTEHN OUTDOOR VVOMCN-for
women Interested la outdoor adventure nd
environmental telenet. Meeting Saturday.
Octobet 25, Cro!lft Union 1;C3 pm. Women'
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REWARD: T120 CALCULATOR LOST on Oct. 22
In room 104 Peabody. Please caS 933-1725 for
Tammy. C&3 at any time.
LOST A BUNCH OF KEYS on a silver ring
attatched to a black leather case. L'2 Reward!
Ca3 Claudia: S33-D45.
REWARD! FOH JEWELRY MISSING from
women's nym basement locker room ll:C0-l:C0
on Wed. the 22nd. Great tenemental value. Pkase
return! Ca'.l 9S3-4S51.
LOST: DARX CLUE basebaS Jacket with
"pep per dine" written across back. Lost near
Cameron & South Columbia. Sentimental value.
Ca3 Martha at 942-1433.
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Man. -Sat. 10-6.
CONGRATS. JAMS. We appreciate you even If
no one eUe dues. Keep your chin up. W.W. of 2CS
KEMPER Just wanted to say Happy EinWay to
the greateM guy In fte world and good tuck
tomorrow! I love you re;s and rajs, link
TO MY TKEAKY HIPPIE COY": The we lend
was great-beinnina to tnd (even without tht
champm). Prom mownt!n man to beach bum
you st. 3 maVe rne smile. I tope 1 do f f ya. Love,
your Craiy Lady.
STUDENT LEADOIS wanted lo vunteer fvr
the 1981 Orientation Ctmnlitloi).
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months I can always te3 when you've eaten Cap'n
Crunch and oatmeal. Perhaps wc can meet AlUon
at UDenver-just don't t'J me you have a sd-S
convention to go to! Happy Cirtbday!
FA.NCY YOURSELF AS knlla to Klna Arthur?
Or perhaps you're a vudnf at heart or a
Rent Lste nee scholar. It's all pot .'lie in the
Society fcir Oeative Anachronisms, a merr.bervl.!p
organization devoted to reconsTuctina Lie ttyk-s
prior to 1CC3. A3 interested foHt are Invtied to
attend a Gathering at 7:33 pm Tu.. Oct. 23. Viva
the oment mklJle ae!
HOLLY MOLLY DOLLY WOLLY: We're $Ud we
stole you front I'eitd .h. You can teach us bow to
be prep! Have a good one. Lose, Us.
PORKY CI 1CPC! Here's to two rsonths of tfrttio
and anderstandina. Cheers! (gulp gulp)
Mfflffl... that's good frape Juke. As the
namLt-jo say: "Gee, pe, how bU-sed I am: To
have kks bom your Cps." Thaftk you lr your
CUDDIES: Have great dy arid have tons of fan
thl wttkendt Come tack redy to slnj (an
cheer) yoe hearts out Sun. Your D.L'y.
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TO THE RED CAJIEL of K. 3. Care to get
"toasted" at tour? Or Usten to the btones and set
"shattered?" Prom that craury Spank y's girl the
one wt;h the watch
JAMIE. I hear Fowler's has new brand. They're
scented Lke tlubeiTy cheesecake. Sm2f C.W.
loves us both. Thans ;s!n far the collection tape.
From kllow Ansorilan. Spiderworaan.
Con3rats CELT A LTC2.Cn for a very
eoccestU beat state extravaganza. We're
count Sr3 on an even t!,;-i, better week of
eventa nest year. Ajal. Job w3 done! The
Interfe aterntfy Council
SURFER COY: e'4 you enj'jyed Hsfteras. even If
you did put a b)ie m your board. Here's to hir
cuts and red ine. Ocean C.I
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Remember, that's the city of Erotheily lave! Say hi
to thn and IIai f r me. Luvtt. T-Dert
MIL. Vhen are we g-oi?3 to ptay pcier aln?
Neat time we can eor.t.aue wt I woU have
started tl re. had I ot been j-.:;e so bl,id.
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