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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 12, 1981, Page 7, Image 7

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-. Monday, October 12, 1931Tha Doily Tar Hcel7 Blue Devils viia third straight . 'Give me that ball9 Defensive tackle Jack Parry chases down Wake Forest quarterback Gary Schofield in UNO's 48-10 victory. It was the fifth time North Carolina has given up 14 points or less. The Tar Heel defense sacked Schofield and reserve David Webber three times for a total of 28 yards lost. Schofield ended 20-of-35 for 231 yards. game From page 1- Wake Forest 0 3 7 0 10 N. Carolina ' 13 14 14 7 43 WFU UNC First downs 18 28 Rushes-yards 26-52 66-467 Passing yards 249 76 Return yards ' -0 '182 Passes 23-42-2 6-17-1 Sacks by . 04 3-28 Punts 7-39 1-57 Fumbles-lost 00 0-0 Penalties-yard 5-50 6-60 Time of Possession 26:04 33:56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS . RUSHING WFU, Cockerham 5-2 Dougherty 2- 17, UNC, Anthony 26-224, Ratliff 22-158, Bu'rris 10-48. PASSING - WFU, Schofield 2035-1-231, Webber 3-7-1-18. UNC, Elkins 6-16-1-76. RECEIVING WFU. Duckett 6-70, leitner 3- 65. UNC, Smith 2-22, Robinson 2-7. A representative of the Fuqua School of Business will be on cam- discuss the Duke MBA Prograin. Interested students may obtain further information by contacting the Office of University Placement Serives, 211 Hanes Hall. THE Dally Crossword ByMewin worthy ACROSS 1 Residences: abbr, . - 5 Light snack 9 Frankie the singer 14 Racetrack figure 15 Willow -16 Flynn 17 Reduce the intensity 18 Mardl 19 Play place 20 Acidity 21 Common perception 23 Intimida . tion 25 Valencia gold 28 Fashionable 29 Shoe part 1 34 "Like a water" 39 Marsh .49 Division word 41 Adjusts, as a radio 43 Recitative 1 partner 44 Gamut 45 Take the blame 43 Remnant 50 Benefit 51 OSS suc cessor 53 Obiter 53 Locomotive part 64 65 68 67 63 -69 . 70 71 72 73 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 : 9 10 11 12 13 22 Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: a A T H A! S H 1 Ml Jim C ( .0. S1QIUIC i 0 11 .5 1 T T"T"j T"T7 a iQ ii WW IT" T "j IT" "" " " 1 16 """" """ """ "" "w " j i is "" " ; IT" T" IF" "" 121 "T "" -" 22' "" """ "" T - , 25 . 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Scorch SSgna of films Schoolboy's assignments Comedian Johnson Qum's l8nd Christmas drinks Robert SISkworm 24 Solder's address 27 Ticket part 23 Whetstone, for one 39 Stolen property 31 Rootstock 32 Charles Lamb 33 Fuel source 34 Boxer's , weapon 35 Quechuan . 33 Hart '- ' 37 Predicament ' 33 ' chsmpstra 42 Furnace escapee of ''-.the BSSia 45 Conrad 47 Center cr ., ':gr8m.,V;.,-' 43 Morc3 c:-a word V-. 52 Yeams::rT ;, 54 Integument v 55 Pentatrjc-V 53 App"catn 57 Conf '.IzX 53 Singsr Johnny , 59 Column . support 63 Make a package 61 Bakery item 62 Leveret 63 Revise 101201 $ .7 ,7 " Protect ; your tanis from burglary! LOCK ALU DOORS AM) WINDOWS fcWgloliJlWA 'rirlolstoq Great Economical Entertainment TUESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE 3 pm - UNC Field Hockey vs. Duke, Hinton James Field 7 pm - Tar Heel Volleyball vs. ECU, Carmichael Auditorium FREE ADf.liSSfON ill tfclt 213 West Franklin St. & 1800 Charjel Hill-Durham Bivd Worried about getting into Med School? Relax! You can get in without being a genius? But you do need a strategy and we of fer a good one. Send $4 for your copy of MEDICAL SCHOOL: A PSYCHOLO GICAL STRATEGY FOR GETTING IN to: Emotional HssSth Institute Box 5849 Vinston-Salsm, N.C. 27103 CAR9AIN MATINEES 12.63 TILL t PM MOH.-rg. AIL SCSZIMS j 3:00 5:15 7:30 9:45 BODY liEBT gd 2:33 4:45 7.-C0 9:15 ROHwHT DE NIRO i , t 4 m f UNITED ARTISTSLUJJ 2:30 4:50 7:10 9:30 Marsha Mason 1 Jti?r $1.C9 ADMISSIOIJ -ALL SEATS all miss 3:C0 5:05 Eys cf tha Mssdia" (B) ; 7:10 9:15 JCXJ THAVCITA m f'H f 1 p-, MEDICAL SCHOOL r I La, . ' . ' -s . The Awocia(ed Press With two minutes left to play, it ap peared Duke had snatched a tie from the jaws of victory, failing to score on a fourth-and-goal. But thanks to the Duke defense and a little luck, the Blue Devils edged Virginia Tech 14-7 Saturday when defensive back Dennis Tabron returned an interception 10 yards for a touchdown with 56 seconds left. . . -.v --v. "I've been saying all along that Old Lady Fate would turn in our favor," Duke coach Red Wilson said. , Wilson also praised his defense and added that he believed his team had been taught a valuable lesson. "I think we've learned to win," Wilson said. . The game's hero, Tabron, said the vic tory really meant a lot to the team, "be cause we were 21 -point underdogs." Quarterback Ben Bennett was instru mental in leading the Duke victory. He had not seen action since the season opener because of a shoulder injury, and reserve Ron Sally had come on to lead the Devils to two victories. But Sally did not perform weU Satur day, and Wilson only said, "He has been mighty good, but this just wasn't his day.". On the Blue Devils' winning play, Virginia Tech -coach Bill Dooley took credit for calling the pass play. "I take the blame for the pass call that gave them the winning touchdown," Dooley said. "I don't play to tie, I play to win." .' Tennessee 10 Georgia Tech 7 Tennessee's offense may have scored the points, but Coach Johnny Majors credited his defensive unit and punters 'for the 10-7 non-conference victory Saturday over Georgia Tech. The Bottom Line takes a lighter look at the news. Look for it every Tuesday and Thursday on the editorial page of The Daily Tar Heel. LSAT MCAT GRE GRE PSYCH GRE BIO GMAT DAT OCAT PCAT VAT MAT SAT. NATL MED BOS ECFMG FLEX VQE NOB NPB I NLE EDUCATIONAL CENTER Test Preparation Specialists Since 1938 For information, Please Call: 919-489-8720 DOONeSBURY GOOD Tosomr r l7' WJig I 1 For information, Please Call: H I V YES, MA AM.. IF THIS ( 170 I THINK C i'M NOT SURE ) IS THE SCHOOL FOR V I'M GIFTEP ? . GIFTEP CHIIPREN, TP . v " ' LIKE TO ENROLL... .in . Lj:-LL3 "Defense ... you could not ask for any thing better," Majors said, referring to the squad whose performance included seven tackles for a total of 29 lost yards.' "Our kicking game was also out standing," Majors said. "I don't see how it could be much better. We not only punted well, but our coverage was good and our field goal kicker again gave us the winning margin." " Yellow Jacket Coach BUI Curry said the game was in the tradition of the old Georgia Tech-Tennessee games. "The kicking game dominated play, and the final outcome was decided by who made the last mistake," Curry said. Tennessee quarterback Steve Alatorre passed to wide receiver Anthony Hancock for a 42-yard touchdown play that gave the Volunteers the win. ACC Roundup Oemson 27 Virginia 0 Strangely enough, it was Clemson's of fense and kicking that drew most of Vir ginia head coach Dick Bestwick's prajse after the ninth-ranked Tigers shut out Virginia 27-0 Saturday. The Clemson defense, as usual, was awesome; keeping the Cavaliers deep in their own territory during much of the Atlantic Coast Conference football game. ,;. But Bestwick said that judging from what he had seen, Clemson's offense has been unjustly maligned. "People criticize their offense; I don't see how," Bestwick said. "An offense is supposed to win you football games when they have the chance, and that is exactly what Clemson's offense does. "They don't make any mistakes or turnovers, and they score what it takes to win," the Cavalier coach added. mY I RED,PCEP TlX AVAILABLE AT THE UNION DESK. 1 Jacqueline Bisset Faye Dunaway 1 RICH AND MOMMiE FAMOUS DEAREST E2:40 4:50 7:00 9:20 7:00 9:30 L , Announcing the 1981 Friends of the Chapel Hill Public Library BOOK SALE NEW LOCATION , The Chapel Hill Community Center 120 S. Estes Drive (Across From The Estes Post Office) ' Monday and Tuesday, October 12 & 13, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 15,000 BOOKS MOST PRICED UNDER $1 Volumes for all ages: Fiction, Biography, Foreign Languages, J. Travel, Art, History, Cookbooks, Gardening and More. : - mom FOU H&SS.HiSm O fl 'CUD. J j ' 1 J L ir i Tsry fit fi m s i . i ) f i'UvA3o iMi,i" jbiiWiiraiiiiMap MMMMiiidt Wtei nMnnawtwn i -hi ibtimM 'mii0 ' gw!t a9 f"-'" in s s Jos. Clemson head coach Danny Ford said the game looked like it was a lot of fun for his players. "Right now I can't think of anything we did wrong; but I'm sure we'll see several things when we look at the film," Ford said. He noted his defense got its first shut out of the year and that the kicking and pass-coverage games were good. Clemson tailback Cliff Austin led the offense; running for two touchdowns. . Florida 15 Maryland 10 ' Defensive back Kyle Knight dumped Maryland's quarterback in the end zone for a safety, and halfback James Jones lofted an option pass to his own quarter back Saturday as Florida defeated Mary land 15-10. Florida went ahead 8-7 with 9:53 left in the third quarter when Knight tackled Norman Esiason 13 yards behind the line of scrimmage. ; On Florida's next possession, quarter back Wayne Peace pitched the ball to Jones then ran around the left into the end zone and grabbed Jones pass from the 9-yard line, giving the Gators a 15-7 lead. ; Maryland's Jesse Atkinson booted a 31-yard field goal with 10:18 left in the game for the Terrapins' final score. The Florida defense sacked Esiason four times, costing the Terps a total of 38 yards. ., Maryland opened scoring late in the first quarter when Esiason hit John Tice with a 4-yard scoring strike to take a 7-0 . lead. . ; ' Florida answered in the second quarter with field goals of 31 and 49 yards by Brian Clark. The victory boosted the Gator's record to 4-2, while the Terps, 35-20 losers to Florida last year in the Tangerine Bowl, dropped to 1-3-1. i Carolina Classics Series Fred Astaire 'Ginger Rogers VfWftnhWMTflRlfl Matinees 3:00 5:05 ends Thursdayl I USUALLY GET A FEU) TM&S FOR MY .BIRTHDAY' ANP FOR CHRISTMAS, BUT THAT'S ABOUT IT... 1 J lf Gerry Trudscu w.. CAZZfA LOT 7ZJC ofa am i " mr. i ski- n Schlitz Brewing Co.. Milwaukee. Wt 1 !

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