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greatest of ease...."
Keren Kaiser does not perform 50 feet
above the ground under the Big Top, but
her gymnastic routines deserve as much
attention and applause as a trapeze
In only four meets this season, Kaiser
has won the all-around competition
three times. She placed second in the
I really didn't know what to expect'
the freshman said about first performing
at Carolina. "I just hoped I could keep
up my talents."
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Kaiser grew up in Chapel Hill, but she
was not on her high school gymnastics
team. Instead, she competed with the
Triangle Twisters, a private club in Dur
ham. Several of her teammates at Caro
lina were also members of the Twisters.
The coaches there did not believe in
specializing, so Kaiser learned skills in all
four women's events. This background
helped Kaiser win the 1979-1980 champ
pionship in the State All-Arounds.
The Chapel Hill native considered tak
ing her talents to James Madison in
Virginia. Several factors changed her
Forty ACC fix left
. There are 40 tickets still left for the
Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Students on the second alternate sheet
can purchase tickets today.
The third alternate sheet (sheet No. 10)
students can buy tickets Monday and
Tuesday and if tickets are left alternate
sheet four will go into effect Wednesday
and Thursday t The tournament will be
held March 5-7 in Landover, Md.
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"I talked to friends," Kaiser said
about trying to decide where to go to
school, "it (UNC) looked better and
better and better all the time.
"UNC has more variety (than James
Madison). And 1 don't have to drive five
hours to go home. It was the best of two
worlds." 'k said.
Kaiser sees a big difference between
high school and college gymnastics.
"The main difference is that college is
more team-oriented. 1 really like that.
Everyone is real supportive."
Kaiser does not feel she is a star, but
rather an integral part of a winning team.
"Everyone contributes," Kaiser said.
"Coach (Ken) Ourso has done an awful
lot. He is a good influence and keeps the
team close. It's a great team."
Kaiser has competed in gymnastics for
eight years. She first began competing
after just six months of instructions. Now
she practices five days a week from 3:15
until as late as 6 p.m. This time is spent
on the balance beam, uneven bars, horse
and floor exercises, but she admits to
having a favorite segment.
"I like the floor exercise the best. You
can express yourself better on the floor."
Meets usually occupy the weekends
for the gymnast. In fact, these meets
have drawn such crowds that gymnastics
has become the No. 1 women's spectator
sport at UNC.
"1 don't notice the crowd much when
competing. But it's nice to know they
As for the future. Kaiser hopes the Tar
Heels can repeat last year's NCAIAW
Championship. She feels the only obsta
cle may be the new judging that is being
used this year.
The UNC women's softbaU team will
hold tryouts Monday from 3-7 p.m. on
Carmichael fields 3 and 4 for players
from the 1981 spring season.
There are only 12 members so far; last
year's team which finished third in the
state had 17 members.
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"Later I could go into coaching or
judging. I have done a little judging. I
just hope to keep enjoying it (gymnastics)."
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As the wrestling season passed the
halfway mark last week, the matches
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of three a week. Out now UNC coach
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and assess the performances.
"The season has gone very fast,"
Lam said. "We needed a break so we
took Wednesday off. We have some
tough matches coming up, but now we
get a week in between. We need that
time to go over cur mistakes and.
The 5-4 Tar Heels take a break from
the Atlantic Coast Conference schedule
to wrestle Old Dominion at I p.m.
Sunday in Norfolk, Va. Lam said he
was using the opportunity to experi
ment with his lineup.
"This could cost us a few matches,"
he said. "We are going to have a
round-robin between our 142- and 150
pounders and also our 134-pounders
and try to come up with different situa
tions. 1 want to find out who can go in
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Carolina wrestling fans have come to
expect easy wins over ODU, but Lam
said even with the red-shirting of
ODU's All-America candidate Buddy
Lee the Monarchs would be a difficult
test for Carolina.
"They have four or five tough kids.
As in all our matches we'll have to win
some close ones' and stay off our
Lam said one of the key pairings
would be the 125 contest between
Carolina's nationally ranked Dave
Cooke and the Monarchs' Dave
Martin, who was red-shirted last
season. The challenge will be nothing
new for Cooke who has already wrestled
two of the top four wrestlers in his
weight class and along with co-captain
Jan Michaels has been the most, consis
tent performer this season for UNC.
"Cooke has been doing a great job
'all season against tough kids," Lam
said. "He and Michaels have been liv
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The Tar Heels are coming off an
unexpectedly difficult 21-20 win over
Duke Tuesday night. Carolina fell
behind early and it required a 13-10
win by Jack Parry over Duke's highly
regarded Christian Ho'ljes at heavy
weight to pull out the win.
"I told our kids that I was proud
that they came back," Lam said, "but
they shouldn't get too excited about
beating Duke, who has never beaten
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lot cf respect for the job Dill Harvey
has done with those kids."
Lam said he didn't expect to have to
use Parry, who has seen little wrestling
time due to football commitments and
injuries. "Jack did an unbelievable
job. He's matured a lot. He's been on
the weight program and he's a better
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