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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 02, 1981, Page 5, Image 5

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Monday, March 2, 1981Tha D,?:fy Trr Heel5 Tl .0 Tl -- '.-'.-TITl ' ,fy HTV? r""!s 71 ' o Gnu "71 it 11 vw' . so i ALkJ n ! H J1 t-rum laff report N'.C. State proved once again to be the dominating force in Atlantic Coast Con ference swimming, as it took its 11th straight title this weekend by out-pointing runner-up Carolina 507.5-427.5 in the three-day ACC meet. The Wolfpack was paced by top ACC swimmer P.T. DeGruchy, who broke conference records while capturing both the 100 freestyle and the 50 freestyle. Entering Saturday's action State owned a slim 20-point advantage. The Wolfpack extended its lead beyond reach, however, with three wins Saturday. Carolina did have its share of good ef forts, though, as the Tar Heels took three individual victories in addition to a pair of relay wins. Ken Ireland and Eric EricSon teamed up to take both backstroke events. Eric son won the 100 with Ireland second, while Ireland took the 200 with Ericson capturing second. Carolina's relay wins came in the 400 medley and the 800 freestyle. Both relay teams will now compete in the NCAA meet later this month. Dave Hansen took the other individual victory, winning the 200 freestyle in a time of 1 : 40.20, the best in the ACC this season. The North Carolina wrestling team performed below expectations as it ad vanced only David Cooke at 126 pounds and Jan Michaels at 158 pounds to the finals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. The Tar Heels scored only 22.75 points to put them in sixth place going into Sunday's final round. N.C. State placed five wrestlers into the finals to take a commanding lead over second place Maryland. Cooke won an easy 19-5 decision in his semifinal bout to take another step toward defending his ACC crown at 126 pounds. Michaels won a 9-7 victory to reach the 158 pound finals. He will now face last year's tournament Most Valuable Wrest ler, Maryland's Kevin Colabucci, in the finals. Led by Karen Kaiser's victory in the vault, the North Carolina gymnastics team won its fifth straight NCAIAW cham pionship Saturday in Greenville. The Tar Heels 137.25 edged out Duke's 135.25 and N.C. State's 130.45 points. Greg Schuler and Todd Wilkinson drove in back-to-back runs in the second inning to lead the North Carolina baseball team to a 2-1 victory over The Citadel Satur day in Charleston, S.C. Craig Shumock scored the first run for the Tar Heels on Schuler's double. Wil kinson then brought Schuler home with a single to make the score 2-0. Carolina starter Mark Ochal gave up nine hits but only one third-inning run in recording his second win of the season against no losses. James Parks relieved him in the ninth to pick up the save. All-America Kevin Griswold scored three goals and four assists to lead the North Carolina lacrosse team to a 19-9 victory over the Maryland lacrosse club in an opening exhibition game Saturday on Fetzer Field. Carolina scored ten unanswered goals over a 27-minute span in the second and third quarters; After taking a 9-3 lead at the half, the Tar Heels put the game out of reach by outscoring the Maryland club, 61 in the third quarter. Pete Voelkel, Ted Millspaugh, Doug Hall, Dave . Wingate and Dan Aburn scored two goals each and Mike Burnett had three assists to help pace the scoring. " The North Carolina tennis team won only two sets out of five singles matches as it lost 8-1 to the 17th ranked Tennessee Volunteers Saturday at Knoxville, Tenn. Tiger Buford and Ron Erskine took the Tar Heels' only win with a 6-4, 6-4 decision in the number three doubles. By STEPHANIE GRAHAM .'Staff Write The UNC women's basketball team begins a second season of sorts tonight when it battles Wake Forest in the first round of the state AIAW tournament at 7 p.m. in Carmichael Auditorium. A victory in the championship game Wednesday night would assure the Tar Heels a bid to the AIAW Southern Region Tournament, the second step on the way to the national championship. Carolina finished the regular season last week with a win over Appalachian State to boost its record to 16-14 overall and 4-1 in state play. The Heels enter the tournament tied with N.C. State and East Carolina for first place in the regular season. . , ' A drawing last week seeded the Wolf pack first and the Lady Pirates second. These two teams, both nationally-ranked, earned a bye for the first round while the Tar Heels, seeded third by the luck of the draw, take on the sixth-seeded Deacons. Fourth-seeded Duke will meet fifth-seeded ASU at 9 p.m. Monday night. The games will be carried on WXYC-FM. Should the Tar Heels beat the Deacons tonight, they will take on ECU Tuesday at 9 p.m. after the Wolfpack plays the Duke-ASU winner at 7. "A UNC-ECU matchup would be some thing to see," UNC coach Jennifer Alley said. "They beat us earlier in the season by 12 in Carmichael and then we beat them in from of 4,000 screaming Pirate fans (in Greenville) by three." First there is the question of getting by Wake Forest. The 10-17 Demon Deacons lost to the Tar Heels by 8 in their only meeting so far, but Wake teams always seem to play well in Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels record is deceiving be cause the women have played 12 games against Top 20 competition. Nearly every contest has gone right to the wire. Alley said. The Tar Heels also have upset Texas, Virginia and ECU. Part of the reason for the Tar Heels' success has been Kathy Crawford, a sophomore forward who is shooting bet ter than 50 percent from the floor and leading the team in scoring with 14.5 points a game. Senior guards Aprille Shaffer and Charlene Boykin have pro vided excellent leadership in the back court. . Henrietta Walls, the team's starting center and leading rebounder, missed last Wednesday's game with ASU because of a knee injury but is expected to be back in the lineup tonight. ACC tickets left Even with all the alternate drawings there are still 15 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament tickets' left for students. . Those tickets will be sold at 8:30 a.m. today at the Carmichael ticket office for $60 to any student who was originally in the lottery. Students must have a valid ID for the first-come, first-serve system. The tournament is March 5-7 in Landover, Md. r Uon-Frt All t2.K HELD OVER 2ND WEEK 2:30 4:43 7:C3 9:15 9 to 5 Jane Fonda Uly Tomlin Dolly Parton PG LaCOSTA HELD OVER 3RD WEEK 2:00 4:30 e 7:00 9:30 KCXAPD DREYFUS AMY IRY1NG ACOLUMHA nCTUMfc MtUAM HELD OVER 4TH WEEK , 3:00 05 7:15 9:20 ALTERED STATES rs Will I AM HI IRT H ' IILOOLBYSTEBEQ Ajrnt t r Hi 3RD WEEK 3:00 5.-05 7:10 9:15 Brand new selection of Spring 1981 colors. Plum, Turquoise, Sea Green, Cornflower, Strawberry, 'Lavender, Marine Blue And all your old favo rites are back too! Downtown Franklin Street CHANCELLOR'S UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS CEREMONY Thursday, April 16, 1981 Morehead Building Nominations ere now being accepted from all members of the University community for the following student activities awards: ' Hams cf At7sxd Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award John Johnston Parker, Jr. Msdd Frank Porter Graham Award Haturc cf Occfpicnt " Prlosry Area' of Achieve Senior one man, one woman humanitarian contribution Senior man or woman Senior man or woman Irene F. Lee Award William P. ilacocks Memorial Award Jane Craige Gray Memorial Awsrd Ernest L. Mackle Award Robert B. House Distinguished Service Award International Leadership Award Jim Tatum Memorial Award Ernest H. Aberncthy Prize Senior woman Senior man Junior woman Junior man any undergraduate any undergraduate any undergraduate any undergraduate student self-governance improving quality of life of University community through principles of equality, dignity, and peace among men. character, scholarship, leadership versatility character, scholarship, leadership character, scholarship, leadership unselfish commitment through ser vice to the University and the sur rounding community international awareness and under standing athletics plus extracurricular ac tivities student publications ' f Nomination forms are available at the Union Desk and the OITice of Student Aflsirs (01 Steele Buil&nn). Hie deadline for nominations Is Tuesday March 3, 1531. For farther iricrmaticn contact Sharon Mlichdl, OHce cf Student Adrs, 9654011. SNOOPY? WHERE V Akc Y0U7 J 1 C ' i I THINK WE mtf f K HOCKEY 6Me OFF JO PLAY HOCKEY SHOtflPHT LAST J y 5e T T t I Tr -Tl f-sr- I 1 HMIC IHCSC OADDATICAL? Need Tax Assistance? 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