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schedule in 1983-84
The UNC basketball team will face
another tough schedule during the 1983-84
season as it tries for a 10th consecutive trip
to the NCAA tournament.
The schedule announced this week, in
cludes two regular-season tournaments and
five exhibition games. The Tar Heels will
play in the Stanford Invitational at Palo
Alto, Calif., in early December and the
Holiday. Festival in New York City after
Christmas. They will travel to Greece over
fall break to participate in a four-team in
ternational tournament and will play the
defending Olympic champion Yugoslavia
National Team in Carmichael Auditorium
on Nov. 23.
Five Carolina games will be nationally
-televised by NBC and CBS, with several
others being broadcast on ESPN.
Following is the complete schedule for
1983-84 (home games in CAPS):
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Nov. 26 Missouri at Greensboro; 28
Dec. 2-3 Stanford Invitational at
Palo Alto, Calif. (UNC, Fordham, Stan
ford, San Jose State); 10 at Syracuse; 21
DARTMOUTH; 27-29 Holiday Fes
tival at New York City (UNC, St. John's,
Jan. 5 Boston University at Charlotte;
T at N.C. State; 12 at Maryland; 14
at Wake Forest; 18 VIRGINIA; 21
at Duke; 25 WAKE FOREST; 28
GEORGIA TECH; 29 LSU.
Feb. 1 Clemson at Greensboro; 3
Furman at Charlotte; 4 The Citadel at
Charlotte; 9 at Virginia; 12 - Arkansas
at Little Rock; 18 N.C. STATE; 19
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BY MARLYNN JONES
Tar Heel Staff Writer
For those who miss the Dean Smith basket
ball show and are eagerly awaiting the return
of Coach Dick Crum and the Carolina-football
show, the UNC athletic department has
something for you.
"Sports Plus" is a 13-week series on college
athletics featuring UNC Athletic Director
John Swofford and veteran sportscaster Mike
The show premiered this summer on June 4
and will run through Aug. 27, according to
Susan Strobel of the UNC athletic office. It is
expected to return annually during the summer
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hand what goes on in college sports.
; Segments on sports issues and sports medi
cine and expert tips on running, swimming,
golf and tennis are also included.
According to a spokesperson for the athletic
promotions office, "Sports Plus" gives view
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sports they can use.
In case you have missed it so far, "Sports'
Plus" will air again this Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
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