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CHARLOTTE Perhaps the biggest news out of
this weekend's North-South Doubleheaders at the
coliseum here was that there was no big news.
No ranked teams were 'upset, no non-Atlantic
Coast Conference school won a big upset and no
big surprises grabbed the headlines.
For that reason, some of the non-basketball as- .
pects of the two-day event seemed that much more
noticeable this year. "This is a popular event,"
UNC coach Dean Smith said, "but that doesn't
mean we have to have an upset to make it fun."
As basketball games go, the four games played
this weekend won't go down in history among the
all-time classics. North Carolina dispatched St. "
Joseph's and Furman with relative ease and though
N.C. State had a little more trouble with St.
Joseph's Saturday, the Wolf pack's two wins made
it a favorites' sweep.
But since basketball is really such a minor part of '
the North-South, the games didn't matter a whole
lot. Friday and Saturday were social events in North
Carolina's largest city and basketball was just the
"I think the North-South Doubleheaders are
good," Smith said. "It's a healthy thing for us and
a great weekend for us. It's a chance for our
players' families to see two games over a weekend
and Charlotte has always been very hospitable to
Furman coach Eddie Holbrook was even more la
vish in his praise for the event. "This is good for
Furman basketball," Holbrook said. "We appreci
ate the chance to play. If it has to come at this time
of the year (in the midst of conference games), then
it will. I don't care if it's a week and a half before
the tournament, I appreciate the opportunity."
The North-South began in 1959 and featured
Carolina and State against South Carolina and
Clemson in games that counted in the ACC stand
ings. Georgia Tech replaced the Gamecocks in 1970
and Clemson left after 1973. The Tigers were re
placed by Furman in 1974 and after Georgia Tech
'left in 1977, Virginia Tech joined for the 1978 and
1979 events. The Citadel replaced VP1 last year and
will be back next year, as St. Joseph's was a fill-in
this year because the Citadel had a .schedule con
flict. As the teams have changed, so has the at
mosphere of the North-South. In the 1960s this
two-day affair was often an appetizer for local fans .
waiting on the main course- the ACC Tournament
which was sometimes played here. Now, the
North-South is a "break' from ACC play for the
two North Carolina teams and an opportunity for
fans in this part of the state to see the Tar Heels and
Wolf pack in person so they can argue the relative
'merits with greater knowledge over lunch at the
plant or the office.
Because the North-South is a full weekend of
basketball, fans from all over both Caroiinas often
make the trip. The ACC team with the first game is
usually the subject of lots' of attention from young
fans who crowd the hallways near the locker room
One would think that the nature of the event and
the fact that tickets to the four games cost $25
would . make the North-South a good time for
Carolina fans to scout the State team and vice versa.
This isn't the case. Fans leave in droves after the
first game and some don't arrive until late because
they really just want to see the nightcap.
The North-South is a very colorful event. Carolina
fans with little Tar Heels painted on their faces filled
the aisles. St. Joseph's mascot, a student dressed as a
hawk, ran around the floor during timeouts in his in
credibly ugly costume. Furman's pep band, made up
of mostly music majors, proved that all pep bands
don't have to sound alike.
Back in the press room, all the writers, radio men
and sports information folks sat around and talked
.about last week's Carolina-Virginia game and munch
ed on th? best press food of the season. Saturday
night's chili drew raves from the media folks who are
most used to cold ham sandwiches.
Meanwhile, on the floor, the Tar Heels and the
Wolfpack went to 18-5 and 12-9 respectively and the
faithful went to the receptions and post-game parties
at some of Charlotte's finer hotels, knowing they
could get blitzed in happiness.
( And few remembered, or even cared about, the
From staff reports
North Carolina's women's basketball
team split two games with ranked oppo
nents since last Thursday, upsetting
East Carolina Thursday and losing to
Carolina's 75-70 loss to the Terrapins
came after the Heels had upset the ISth
ranked Pirates 77-74 before 4,250 fans
in Minges Colisuem.
The Tar Heels were led in the ECU
upset by the inside play of Kathy
Crawford and Tret a Crown, who com
bined for 42 points ni 23 rebounds.
Crawford, had 25 points and 10 re
bounds and Drown added 16 points and
Things don't get any easier for the
Tar Heels. South Carolina, another
team which has been ranked this year,
comes to Carmichaei Auditorium to
night for a game at 7:30.
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For all those wanting more information on being a
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North Carolina's men's and women's
track teams remained undefeated Satur
day as the men's dual-meet win over
Appalachian State propeled their record
to 7-0 and the women outscored
Appalachian, James Madison and East
Carolina to advance to 8-0.
The men's mile and two-mile relay
squads represented UNC in the Millrose
Games in New York City Friday. The
mile relay team (Skip Miller, Wayne
Miller, Kevin Lockerbie and Todd
McAllister) placed third in New York
with a 3:21.4 time. The two-mile four
some (Brett Plummer, Mike Kominsky,
McAllister and Lockerbie) was second at
Carolina's men outscored the
Mountaineers 64-45 in the New Tin Can.
The women downed James Madison
82Vi-40 while ASU scored 23 Vi points
and ECU 20, .
Phil Farris' victories in the long jump
(24'-l'i") and in the 60-yard high hur
dles (7.2 seconds) paced the men.
Wayne Miller won his fourth straight
600-yard run with a 1:13.2 mark.
Lockerbie captured the 880 with 1:59.7.
With a 51'-72" effort, Steve Flinn
: prevailed in the shotput.
, Jimmy Cooper triumphed in the mile
with 4:16.2 and McAllister won the two
mile with a 9:00.2.
Lisa Staton's wins in the 60 (7.1
seconds) and the long jump (19'-14") led
the women's team. Michelle Langan won
the high jump at 5'8". '
Joan Nesbit's 5:03.3 time won the wo
men's mile. Nancy Radford's 10:53.0
mark won the two mile. Meg Hefferi
captured the 8S0 with 2:22.3. : " t
For the third straight dual meet, Jack ,;
Parry came through with a clutch win at
heavyweight to bring the North Caroling.
wTectllng team back from a deficit and
defeat Clemson 24-22 Saturday at Kings
The Tar Heels entered Parry's match
down 22-19 and needing at least a super
ior decision to win the match, Parry
trounced his opponent 22-8 for
Carolina's seventh win in eleven matches.
The Tar Heels .were battling . back
throughout the match. Clemson jumped
out to a 164 lead after the 150 pound
class, but Carolina then won the next
three matches to take a 19-16 lead. A
Tic?r pin at 150 put Clemson back into
the kzi and set the situation for Parry's
Ticket tottery bet
A drawing will be held this week to se
lect six more alternate sheets in the ACC
Tournament ticket lottery.
Students on the first sheet can buy
tickets for two days. After that, one of
the successive sheets drawn will become
eligible every two days until all tickets ere
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The numbers will be announced
during halftime of the UNC-Wake Forest
game Wednesday night.
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VALENTINE WEEKEND AT THE BEACH: $23
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MOTEL IN NORTH MYRTLE BEACH. Call
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JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS available through
government asencies, many sell for under
$200.00. Call CrG2-941-8014 Ext 5916 for your
directory on how to purchase.
MARK C. We talked during ti.T.eovts at the
Virginia $mmt. Rows EE and I F. W should taka
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NEED RIDE TO HIGH POINT FRIDAY Feb. 13.
CaH Myra 3-4SS3 or Mrlania 3-4592 after 4:00.
We will help wlih gas. '
ir.T. in nor.r.:sori on icnton ja?xs?
Then vote for David W. H;,lt In Gsmpus
Governing Council 15th District Race on
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BEACH LOVEnS: Low nightly, weekly, monthly
rates. On and of season. Apt, for summer
working students available. Call 803-249-4212 in
N. Myrti Beach.
GETTING MAnniED? For unique custom
wedding bands, ' set Berkeley Grimball at
OUnaberry Craft Co-op, 1C3 East FranLUn.
Work la currently i'sfbyed at Student Union.
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BUYING GOLD AND S.TVTR FOR CASH!
Rfrss, necklaces, gold and silver coins, sterling.
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Canboro 10-5:20 M-F 10-1 Sat. 967-6SB3.
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