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Wednesday, September 9, 1931The Daily Tar Heel5
Mayes off fie
Id go ml duty
Jeff Hayes, who has done all the Caro
lina place-kicking for the past three sea
sons, is out as field goal kicker, but will
punt and kick off.
Two sophomores Chris Perkins from
Jupiter, Fla. and Prooks Barwick from
Clinton will share field goal duties.
Coaches have been impressed with
Hayes' punting in preseason. Chuck
Sharpe, who was contending for punter,
has been moved to wide receiver and may
see some action Saturday against East
Perkins is a soccer-style kicker which
coaches say has improved a great deal
since junior varsity ball last season. Al
though he kicked a 42-yard field goal in
the annual Blue-White scrimmage game
coaches say he needs more range.
Barwick is a conventional kicker that
coaches say has consistency and fair
range. He missed'ail of last year with in
juries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
Two seasons ago he kicked field goals of
21, 23 and 30 yards.
Hayes will still handle extra point conversions.
Freshman Larry Griffin will start at
flanker in the opening game against
ECU, Coach Dick Crum said in his first
weekly press conference Tuesday.
Sophomore Mark Smith was the No. 1
flanker coming off spring practice. But
Griffin, who came to Carolina as a quar
terback from Chesapeake, Va., asked to
be moved to wide receiver in the opening
days of fall practice.
A minor ankle injury to Smith gave
Griffin the chance to show coaches what
he could do, Crum said. Smith will see
time against ECU.
Another freshman who should see a lot
of action Saturday is fullback Micah
Moon. Moon, a 6-foot-2, 212-pounder
from Lynch Station, Va., won the back
up spot behind Alan Burrus. -
Jay Pulliam, one of the highest sought
high school players in the South two years
ago, has transferred to UNC from
Auburn, tennis coach Allen Morris said.
Pulliam, a Burlington native, will sit
out the upcoming season due to NCAA
rules, but he will have the following three
By LINDA ROBERTSON
DTH Slaff Writer
UNC soccer coach Anson Dorrance was expecting
a physical game from Guilford College, and yester
day afternoon he got one. But the Tar Heels came
away from the match with no major casualties and a
4-0 victory for their fourth win and third shutout of
One minute into the first half, Adam Abronski's
kick rebounded off the goal post and freshman Billy
Hart man knocked it in to open the scoring.
. Halfway through the period, midfielder Tim
Ensley scored on an assist from Hartman. With 12:48
left in the half, Mike Reid took control of the ball at
midfield and dribbled it past Guilford goalkeeper
Jim Mansfield. Adam Abronski concluded the scor
ing near the top of the second half with a chip over
Dorrance said the game was not as one-sided as the
"During the first half, Guilford played with a lot
of intensity and we were a little nervous," Dorrance
said. "I've been pleasantly surprised I didn't think
our offense would get in gear so quickly. Not only
are we scoring goals, but we're scoring in a variety of
"Last year we were beating these teams 1-0 and 2-0
and this year we're really breaking them wide open,"
sophomore Jim Poff said. "This was somewhat of
an off day, but we got the goals we needed."
Dorrance and assistant coach Geoff Griffin also
praised the defense and singled out the play of back
Joe Maher. "Joe played the best game of his career
today," Griffin said.
"Our defense did a good job today, but scoring
early really took the wind out of them (Guilford),"
Maher said. "It was definitely our toughest match so
Three Chapel Hill High School graduates playing
for Guilford goalie Mansfield, midfielder Sid
Sockwell and stopper Mehran Rad did not receive
a very gracious homecoming.
"Those three played an excellent game, but we
were too much for them," UNC assistant coach Kip
Ward said. "We were lethargic initially, but really
took control in the second half and they weren't
penetrating at all." '
Commenting on the roughness of the match, cap
tain Ricky Marvin said, "Both teams were getting
their signals mixed up quite a bit and that resulted in
a lot of open balls and a lot of collisions."
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