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Busy vcchcnd at home
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She has recorded the best time of any
women's collegiate swimmer in the na
tion this season in two events, shattering
an ACC record with one. For good mea
sure, she has brcked a pair of Bowman
Gray Pool records.
She must be a seasoned veteran, you
say? Wrong. With only six collegiate
meets under her belt, freshman sensation
Sue Walsh already has made quite a
y y u u
y y y u v,
"I wasn't really sure how my times
would be' Walsh said. "I wanted to do
well, but I didn't think they would be so
quick, so fast," she said. The highly
recruited Walsh finally picked Carolina
partly due to Coach Frank Comfort.
"I liked Frank's objectives and tech
niques,' she said. "His objective was to
also help you as a student, and that's
what we're here for." Walsh plans to
major in either business or accounting.
Having recorded six of the team's best
times, Walsh has been one of the catalysts
in Carolina's perfect 5-0 dual-meet
record this season.
Three members of the North Carolina
women's soccer team which finished
fourth in the nation were named to the
National Soccer Coaches Association of
America All-America team. Sophomore
midfielder Nancy Clary was picked for
the first team and freshman Ann Klas
and sophomore Janet Rayfield were
given Honorable Mention honors.
Jay Ainslie, a member of the men's
soccer team, has been named captain of
the U.S. Junior National Team that
qualified for the World Junior Cup.
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In a fiw insUncss, during our past 13 yesrs of advertis
Ir.g tv.ast crtli!:s, tcriptura passages hsva bf sn omitted.
Thtss omissions havs doubtless bsen unLntentionsl.
Howavsr, tha emissions provoked tha foiiowing
thought: To a certain extent tha omission cuts us off and
breaks ccntsct felth tht "POWER HOUSE!" Hebrews 12:4
tells us MFOH IT 13 THE VOHD OF GOD THAT IS QUICK
AND POVEnFUL!" This cmlssicn stirs us up to stress &9
importane cf Ths Christian's "SEARCHING THE SCR!?
TUr.ES" end laying v? Ged'a Vcrd In his ftssrt as we enter
Ths First recorded v;srds epeken by Christ after His
t-p!2m by Jahn CrptSJt wsrs: MA!J CHALL NOT LIVE
DY CHEAD ALCriE, CUT DY EVERY WORD THAT PHO
CEECETH CUT CF THE f "OUTH CF GOD" K&lihtw
end Luks 4:4, If ysu prefess to bs a Christian, In vSsw cf
t.V.s $zzzzz? v.hrt his bssn ycur ettituds end cflert
towards C5I"3 farnl'.Izr v.'.'.h Mgjry wcrd cf God"; and
v.hst Is ycur IrAzr.llzn rcsrd'.rsg tha effcrt In 1S31 to "est
laminar with evsry Word cf God."
LI? 3, Cr.tsmsl Ufa Is C:?znitti "TO KNOV GOD 13
CTCnflAL UFEI" Hs Is a psilsnt, Xtnizr, kind and loving
tfachrr that says: "SEEK, AND YE SHALL FIND, ASK
AND YE SHALL RECEIVE, KNOCK AND IT SHALL EE
OPENED UNTO YOU: COS UNTO L!E ALL YE THAT
LAS OR, AND AHE HEAVY LADEN, TAKE MY YOKE UPON
YOU, AND LEARN OF f.'.E, AND YE SHALL FIND REST UN
TO YOUR SOULS, FOR UY YOKE IS EASY, AND WY
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Her specialty is the backstroke, where
she has those two top national times at
100 and 200 meters. Her 100-meter time
of 56.58 broke an ACC record.
She said there has been less pressure
on her to do well this season than in the
past. "I swam for an AAU club last year
and I was really on my own," Walsh
said. "Here, there is more team unity,
everybody is cheering you on. If you;
have a bad day, there are others to take
up the slack."
Being in the thick of the swim season,
her days can be hectic. She has 6 a.m.
practices twice a week. In addition, she
has five afternoon practices and three
weight lifting sessions a week.
"Sometimes it's tough to get all my
studying in, but we usually have enough
time after practice," she said. , "It's
rough when you have to study late and
go to practice at six the next morning."
When all that work doesn't reap much
publicity, it bothers her.
"I just wish more people would come
to watch, especially for the big meets
like State when everyone is really into
the rivalry," she said.
With a victory over South Carolina
last Saturday, she feels the team's only
other big obstacle to an unbeaten season
will be that State match next month.
"We swam against State in the Penn
State Relays and we really beat them in
the relays a lot, so I think we could beat
them in a dual meet," she said.
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The writer's Mother tcid him a story when he was about 4
ssvsn ysars eld. It thrillsd ma than, and It hss thril'sd rr.s
many a time since, In fact every time I have hssrd it and
even now as I tell it. It concerned a man by the name of Dr.
Bamett who was Pastor of an Atlanta Church. Ha was on
a trip to Europe. A storm cams up In tha night and ths
Captain crdared all ths psopia awakened and to dress and;'
be prepared for the worst. The porter who awakened Dr.
Bamstt reported ht sat up a few moments, Hi tsnsd, but
said: "God is out there on the watsrs," laid down and wsnt
back to sleep. "ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE TO THOSE
WHO CEUEVEI" "FAITH COfJSES DY HEARING, AND
HEARING COJJIES BY THE WORD CF GOD!" Va hsva
God's Vcrd, and God's Promises. Doubtisss the tmutl "
with us is nsjlt cting and omitting God's Vcrd end giving
too much tints to cthsr thingsl
Ths fc'Icwing qusts Is from ths lata C Illy Sunday,
spoken not many ysars aftsr tht Invention cf ths flying
machine: "TO TEACH A CHILD TO LOVE THE TRUTH
AND HATE A LIE, TO LOVE PURITY AND HATE VICE, IS
GREATER THAN INVENTING A FLYING MACHINE THAT,
WILL TAKE YOU TO HEAVEN CEFORE EREAKFA5T. UN
CONSCIOUSLY YOU SET IN MOTION INFLUENCES THAT
WILL DAMN OR BLESS THE OLD UNIVERSE AND BRING '
NEW WORLDS OUT OF CHAOS AND TRANSFORM THZtt
FOR GOD." i
"MAN SHALL NOT LIVE BY DREAD ALONE, BUT DY :
EVERY WORD THAT PROCEEDETH OUT OF THE MOUTH
OF GOD" Matthew and Luke 4:4.
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As for personal achievements,
simply wants to do her best. "I don't
usually set times as a goal. A lot of
coaches do that, but I never have."
Walsh and the rest of the women's
team will be trying to gain national qual
ifying times tomorrow as they host a
weaker Clemson team, but she says the
Tigers can't be taken lightly.
' As Clemson has probably heard by
new, Walsh is one that cannot be taken
lightly. As she enters merely her seventh
match of her collegiate career Sue Walsh
has already made her mark in the record
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From staff reports
The gyms, halls and pools of the Uni
versity will be kept busy this weekend as
a number of non-revenue athletic teams
make home appearances.
The weekend begins tonight with a
gymnastics match against Duke at 7 in
Carrrichad. The North Carolina women's
basketball team's game with Georgia
Tech will precede the men's game
between those schools Saturday after
noon. The men's and women's swimming
teams are home in meets with Clemson,
an especially big Atlantic Coast Con
ference meet for the men. The men also
play host to Georgia Sunday. Duke and
Wake Forest's men's track teams will
come for a meet with UNC Saturday,
and the women wU face East Carolina,
N.C. State and St. Augustine.
Despite a busy week, UNC's fencing
and wrestling squads will face a full
schedule this weekend.
The UNC men's fencing squad easily
defeated Duke, 23-4, Wednesday night
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in Durham as they tuned-up" for this
weekend's confrontation with national
power Ohio State.
The women's team was also victorious,
rebounding in fine fashion from a set
back to Penn State last weekend and
going on to post a 13-3 victory over the
Duke women's squad.
The i3th-ranked North Carolina State
wrestling team won eight of 10 weight
classes from North Carolina to end the
Tar Heels 13-game Atlantic Coast Con
ference winning streak 29-9 Wednesday
night in Carmichad Auditorium.
The Wolfpack ran out to a 16-0 lead
against the Tar Heels, winning the first
five classes before DIU Gaffney gave
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UNC its first points with an 8-7 decision
over Chris Mondragon at 158 pounds. A
first-period pin by Jan Michaels at 167
brought Carolina within seven, but State
pulled away winning the final three
The showdown between State's Chris
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was as close as expected. Cooke battled
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back points in the last minute to win
After wrestling East Carolina at 7:30
Saturday in Greenville, Carolina returns
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