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Wednesday, February 16, 1983mie Dally Tar Heel5
Curtis Hun ter returns to practice
By S.L. PRICE
Quick, you're Lefty Driesell, and you're so
sick of losing to North Carolina that you don't
even want to shake Dean Smith's hand any
more. You're mad at the refs for blowing calls
against you, mad at the timekeepers for con
spiring against you, and you're willing to do
anything to get justice.
"I think there were a couple of seconds left
on the clock," Driesell said after North
Carolina squeezed out a 72-71 win in Car
michael earlier this season. "When you play on
the road, you're fighting the refs and you're
fighting the timers.
. "When they come to Cole Field House, the
same thing's gonna happen we'll cut the
clock off on them."
Quick, you're Ben Coleman, and with 15.3
points and 8.2 rebounds a game, you're one of
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Today k Ash Wednesday. In addition to five celebrations of
the Holy Eucharist, the Anglican Student Fellowship invites
everyone to follow Tbe Way of the Cross at 10 p.m. in the
Chapel of the Cross.
The Performing Arts Committee of the Carolina Union will
meet at 7 p.m. in 203 Carolina Union. -
The United Ckrtttiaa Fellowship Drama Grid will rehearse
from 6 to 7 p.nl. in the Upendo Lounge. AH full-time members
and other interested persons' are urged to attend.
Help make soaaeoae's day. Campus Christian Fellowship is
sponsoring a party at Murdoch Center tonight. Call 942-8932
to find out more.
Interested in becoming hrr oked with the Carolina Coarse
Review? Call 933-3842 or come to our meeting at 3:30 p.m. in
the Carolina Union. Check the Union Desk for the room num
ber. Bible study oa taw Gospel of Lake will continue evening at
the Baptist Student Union. It will be led by Bill Witt, a student
at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Concerned aboat "Playboy" oa campas? Come to a general
discussion and viewing of Jean Kil bourne's film Killing Us
Softly at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Alpka CU Sigma will hold a call meeting at 7 p.m. in 221
Venable Hall. Pot luck is cancelled.
There will be an introductory lecture of the Traascendental
Meditation Program at 8 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Call
967-7633 for more information.
Professor Britton Harris will speak on "The Optimum
Seeking Paradigm for Planning and PoBcy-Mnking" at 12:13
p.m. in 102 New East Hall.
The Teams Cmb will hold an organizational meeting at 3
p.m. in the Carolina Union. New members are welcome. Call
Becky at 968-0368 with questions.
Tbe Scholarship, Student Stores Committee will hold a
brief meeting at 3:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check at the
Union Desk for the room number.
Tbe French table will -meet at 4:43 p.m. at Papagayo's.
Everyone is welcome.
Interested la medical school? Come and find out the facts
about the School of Medicine at ECU at 7 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. - ''
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to get Heels
the best centers in the ACC, but nobody knows
it. You're tired of hearing about Sampson and
Perkins; and you didn't transfer all the way
from the University of Minnesota just to be ig
nored. Quick, you're point guard Jeff Adkins, and
after seeing Jim Braddock's winning three
pointer with just 15 seconds left in the last
Maryland-UNC contest, you just shake your
head, disgusted. UNC wins another close one.
"I'm not going to cry," Adkins said. "They
always win games like that."
Quick, you're Chuck Driesell, and you're
tired of seeing your father mad all the time.
Mix it all together, and quick, you're the
Maryland basketball team, and you've finally'
got the Tar Heels where you want them. At
home. Tonight. Cole Field House.
The only problem is that the No. 3 ranked
Tar Heels are looking forward to this game too.
They lost a close one. finally, to VDlariova Sun-
Interested in Itattaa Opera? Come to a survey of Italian
Opera sponsored by the UNC Italian dub at 7:30 p.m. Thurs
day in 103 Hill Hall. Admission is free.
There will be a second planning meeting of the Uader
gradaate History AasocJauoa at 4 p.m. Thursday in 369
ASPA will hold a meeting at 3:30 p.m, Thursday in T-7 New
Carroll Hall. Mark Patrick will speak on the theory of
Tom Lambeth's BlackWhite Group win meet at 8 pan.
Thursday at the Undergraduate Library for a study break,
i Newcomers are welcome. -
The BSU Thursday program win begin at 3:43 p.m. in the
Inlervarsity Christian Fellowship will hold an all campus
meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in Gerrard Hall. John Alexander
win speak on "Where Do We Go from Here?"
Committee on Undergradoate Education members can pick
up survey posters in the Cue box of the Campus Y Office on
Dkk Farad knows and he's teQing. Hear Dick at the Cam
pus Crusade for Christ weekly meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday in
224 Carolina Union.
Campus Christian Fellowship will hold its weekly Bible
study at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Campus House. 204 Glenbur
nie. The topic win be the Book of James.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Oast of 1983 Sammer Scholarship appBcatioas are available
at the International Center. There are three $1000 scholarships.
Applications are due March 14.
Applications to tbe German Exchange Programs Scholar
ships to Dussddorf and Gottingen are available at the Inter
national Center and are due Feb. 23.
This is the but chance for the 1983 Yackcty Yack portraits.
Con 962-3912 for appointments.
Sexuality Education ft Coansefing Service offers confiden
tial peer counseling for students in att areas of sexuality. Stop
by Suite B, Carolina Union or call 962-3303.
Nominations for tbe Society of Janus are due Feb. 18 at
103-A Carr Building. Extra forms are available at 103-A Carr
or at the Union Desk.
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day, and they lost mostly because they were
outrebounded 30-21. When last we saw the
Maryland Terrapins, Coleman went on a tear,
scoring 20 points and grabbing 12 rebounds,
and just generally outplaying the entire UNC
front line. '
"Coleman hurt us a great deal in Chapel
Hill," Smith said. "We must do a better job on
And that job isn't going to be any easier now,
with the loss of sixth man Buzz Peterson for the
year with torn ligaments, and Curtis Hunter still
recuperating from a broken foot. North
Carolina's much-heralded depth isn't so deep
Center Brad Daugherty, who could pick up
only three rebounds against Villanova, will have
to be more effective down under, and reserve
center Warren Martin has to be more of a force
on the boards.
But North Carolina still has AJl-American
Michael Jordan, who cruised in with 20 points
and seven rebounds in Sunday's game, and
Perkins who is second in the conference in re
bounding with a 9.2 average. And Braddock is
playing the most poised, most confident basket
ball ofjjhis career.
So Quick, you're the Maryland basketball
team, and you're ready to play. .
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2. Indiana - . ' - 29-2
3. North Carolina 21-4
4. Houston ' 20-2
5. Virginia , . . 19-3
4 6, St, John's , ' . . 20-2
7. Arkansas 20-1
.8. Villanova - 17-1
9. Louisville 21-3
; 10, UCLA. . ( ; 17-3
It Kentucky ' 16-5
12. Missouri 19-4
13. Memphis State 18-3
14. Georgetown 16-6
;j5. Wichita State ' 18-3
16. Iowa 15-6
17 Syracuse 16-5.
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From staff and wire reports
North Carolina freshman Curtis Hunter
returned to basketball practice Monday
after missing four weeks with a foot injury,
but is not expected to play tonight against
Maryland, the team physician said.
"We'll probably bring Curtis along slow
ly, depending on how he reacts to practice,"
said Dr. Joseph DeWalt. "I would not ima
gine he would be able to take part in a com
plete practice for a while."
Hunter, a 6-foot4 swingman from Dur
ham, fractured the fifth metatarsel in his left
foot in North Carolina's 101-95 victory over
Virginia Jan. 15. His return is especially
timely because UNC lost Buzz Peterson,
their sixth man, for the season when Peter
son injured his knee in North Carolina's win
over Virginia last Thursday.
A rookie and a veteran led North
Carolina with a pin each as the UNC wrest
ling team defeated Virginia Monday night
27-10 in an ACC matchup in Carrnichael
Freshman Chip McArdle pinned the
Cavaliers' Jeff Routh at 2:43 into the match
at 118 pounds, and UNC senior Jan
Michaels took Dan Amidon in the
167-pound division at the 4:44 mark.
Other victories for North Carolina were
scored by Matt King (142 pounds), Tim
Plott (150), Bill Gaffney (158), Bob Shriner
(190) and Tony Lasalandra (heavyweight).
UNC improved its record to 12-5 overall
and 4-2 in the ACC. The Tar Heels won't
see any action until the ACC Tournament in
College Park, Md., Feb. 26 and 27.
RALEIGH The Atlantic Coast Con
ference has publicly reprimanded North
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Bruce Poulton, N.C. State chancellor,
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GREENSBORO Georgia Tech's Mark
Price has been tabbed the rookie of the week
in the Atlantic Coast Conference the sec
ond week in a row and third time this season
he's won the honor.
Price, a six-foot, 165 pound, freshman
from Enid, Okla., scored 37 points in
leading the Yellow Jackets to their first
back-to-back conference victories since join
ing the league in 1978.
In his team's 67-66 triumph over Duke,
Price had 13 points. He then scored 24 in the
Yellow Jackets' 70-69 win over Wake
Forest. Price hit on four of 14 three-point
attempts in those two games.
Price currently shares the ACC scoring
lead with North Carolina's Michael Jordan
with a 19.2 mark. . '
Earlier, Clemson guard Marc Campbell
was chosen ACC player of the week. The
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