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When Wayne Miller came to UN'C as a
freshman, he was confronted with the!
same kind of "competition shock" tha!
most outstanding high school athletes are
forced to grapple with when they step up
to the level of college athletics. Now, as a
senior, Miller locks back and values the
experience of his first year on the track
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"Vvnen 1 was a freshman, I C;dn't
know if 1 could run with the college
guys Miller said. "I was covins dose,
but never won a single race. At the ACCs
I finally won in my heat. I took the tape
and put it in my pocket."
. Miller said he felt that the string of
losses caused him to lose his competitive
drive. "I think I just forgot how to win.
That first victory caused me to think.
"In hih school, I'd do anything to win
as long as it was legal. Confidence makes
all the difference in the world."
The Mt. Olive native is a versatile per
former on the men's track team. He
competes in both indoor and outdoor
track, running the 400- and 600-meter
dashes as well as in the relays.
Miller's best event is the 400-meter
dash. He has been ACC champion the
past two years and has competed in the
NCAA national indoor and outdoor
championships as a sophomore and
junior. He has run a personal best of
43.41 h the 400 indoors and 45.3
outdoors. His best indoor 600 is 1;0.
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Cpad ' Joe. Hilton calls Miller "a real
outstanding young man. He never turns
away from work and his sincerity and de
dication make I.im an asset to the team."
Miller has his sights set on qualifying
for the NCAA indoor national meet in
Detroit's Joe Louis Arena. Qualifying
standards for this year arc 1:10.2 for the
600 and 48.1 for the 400. kvausc the
small size of Carolina's indoor track (10
laps per mile), times are generally slower.
"1 need to get on a larger track. If I
can, qualifying is almost guaranteed. The
times I'm running now would probably
place in Detroit, which is 1 1 laps (per
mile)," Miller said.
Hilton is optimistic about Miller's
chances. " I know he's ahead of where he
was at this time last year. When we get to
the meets on faster tracks, he'll make it."
One of Miller's main goals is simply
staying healthy. Track is far from an
injury-free sport. Those problems are
compounded indoors with athletes run
ning on hard, wooden boards and around
"If I'm healthy, then I can find out
just how good I am. Lots of times it's not
a major injury, but a nagging one and
those are so frustrating because you have
to run half speed," Miller said. "An ath
lete that's injured is the worst person, to
be around and I've had my share chon
dromalacia, hamstring pulls, foot
Miller said lie had no preference be
tween indoor and outdoor track because
the distance was the same. But he said he
enjoyed the challenge of the strategic
dimension involved in indoor track.
"Outdoor ti easier on your body and is
more pure speed.- Indoors you don't al
ways have to be the fastest, but you have
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to be smart. Indoors you break io the in
side and there are tricks to use on the
curves, like using a teammate to block
somebody. My major advantage indoors
is that I can run the curves well.
"Skip Miller, Kevin Lockerbie, Brett
Plummer, Willie Cummings these are
the guys who make me work and respect
This weekend Miller competes with
those teammates in the mile relay at the
Millrose Games in Madison Square
In what he said lie hoped would be his
finest season, Miller has come a long way
from the frustration of his freshman year,
"1 enjoy running and the competition
more than I used to," he said. "Track is a
tough individual sport. It's hard to say
what motivates rimners and keeps them
going. My old high school coach,
Anthony Ford, told me, 'Anybody can
quit. Who wants to be anybody?"
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After winning the last two matches by
a total of three points. North Carolina
wrestling coach Bill I .am would probably
prefer an easy win for a change. Instead
the Tar Heels seem destined for another
close match against Clemson at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday at the neutral v site of. Kings
' , The Tar Heels have counted on Jack
Parry in the last two matches against
Duke and Old Dominion to bring them
back from deficits to win the match. Pins
and superior decisions from both Dave
Cooke and Jan Michaels also have been
instrumental in the victories.
Cooke and Parry both said they felt the
pressure, but that it was not a hindrance.
"There is a little more pressure on me,"
Cooke said. "Later on in the match if I
need an extra point or two I have to work
more. The usual strategy is to let the guy
up and then take htm back down."
"I don't really like the pressure,"
Parry said. "But I have to deal with it. 1
try not to let it bother me, but I feel it. If I
had my way we would have clinched the
Parry said that he would wrestle differ
ently when the match was on the line.
Against ODU he broke out to a slim early
lead and proceeded more cautiously to
avoid errors that would lose the match.
"I had a lot of respect for the ODU
wrestler and I was hoping to get a big
lead, but I didn't get some takedowns. 1
had to wrestle more conservatively,"
Parry said. "A mistake would be four
points and the match so I would wrestle
closer to the edge to prevent trouble."
Parry has been wrestling at a disadvan
tage because he was working with the
football team and started wrestling late.
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A muscle spasm put him even farther
behind. "Wrestling shape is different
from footta!t shape," he said. "I'm not
full speed. yet, but I'm getting buck to full
The Tar Heels have only one loss in At
lantic Gxst Conference action, and a win
against , Clemson is necessary to their
hopes for a third straight ACC title.
Clemson is undefeated, having beaten
Duke, Virginia and Georgia Tech.
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Clemson graduated only three starters
and although it lost NCAA champion
Noel Loban, Lam said the Tigers were
improved over the team that Carolina de
feated last year.
The match is also important for seed
ins for the ACC tournament which de
termines the conference representatives to
the NCAAs. The coaches determine the
seedings and the most important factor is
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDREA. To a four-star
woman who has shared many wonderful times
since the mega shopping spree on the way to big
S. 1 hope your day is as special as you are to me.
Love always, Mel.
HANDSOME ROGUE: Our doctor-nurse
combination has now lasted one full year. Not only
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it's just the beginning. I love you! Always, your
TO THE ELONDE BOMBER: A perfect "10."
That's what the last 10 months have been. Happy
Anniversary, your loving Rupert.
LAURA, the Scandlnavan Princess, you've
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brothers. Isn't K hard to believe it's been one whole
MME S.A.C.N. tu as mon coeur toujour, ta
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JOE CUCKNER. We were Impressed. You can
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10th. 3 "Joe votes form 2nd East Cobb.
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Minnesota the land of takes. The real Sliaron,
KAREN, 1 hope education majors read the paper
as closely as )jrna'jm mrrs. Just wanted to
say "1 love your Danny,
MISS DIGGERS: Happy Birthday dertlnl Are you
ready to parJy? (Do you have a choke?) Happy
20:h! I kve you! Peg.
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TO THE BROTHERS OF PHI DELTA CHI: PM
wlihirs and Qro4 kick on sue r!wl rush. Love,
your tnle skiers.
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