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Thursday, November 17, 1933The Daily Tar Heel9
Women 'sgolf team is fifth
in Pat Bradley Collegiate
By MICHAEL PERSINGER
The North Carolina women's golf team
used a strong second round and the play
of Cathy Johnston to place fifth in the
Pat Bradley Women's Collegiate at
Florida International University in Key
Biscayne, Fla., Tuesday.
Miami took the team title with an 891
total, 41 strokes ahead of second-place
Duke, which finished at 932. South
Florida and Texas A&M tied for third at
934, followed by the Tar Heels at 943.
Miami's Penny Hammel took the indi
vidual title with a 214 total, followed by
Duke's Mary Anne Widman at 220.
Johnston was the low scorer for the Tar
Heels with a 228 total.
Johnston was tied for third with a 72
after the first round of play Monday.
Johnston was alone in third place after a
second-round 75, and she was just three
shots behind Hammel, the leader
throughout the tournament. Johnston's
performance in the second round also
helped UNC jump from ninth to fourth
in the team standings. A final-round 81
pushed Johnston out of contention for
the individual title.
Linda Mescan fired a 3-over-par 76 in
the tournament's final round to finish at
235 and lead other Tar Heel golfers. Kan
di Kessler finished the tournament at 240,
while Page Marsh came in at 244 and Kel
ly Beck carded a 248.
UNC coach Dot Gunnells said the ber
muda grass on the greens gave her team
problems in the tournament.
"The course was playing about 6,000
yards long, and a lot of the holes were in
to the wind and over water," Gunnells
said. "The bermuda greens really gave us
some problems, and I think we just really
weren't used to the Florida courses. We
didn't adjust very well.
"The first day when we had the 315,
the course really played the easiest, and
we just had too many putts. The second
day, we had a 308, and that was the day
the course played the hardest because the
wind was so strong. I guess we just con
centrated a little harder.
"Tuesday was a disaster," she said.
The Tar Heels travel to Florida again
Nov. 21-23 to play in the Suncoast Invi
tational at Innisbrook. Gunnells said she
expected the field for that tournament to
be very strong.
UPI FOOTBALL TOP 20
Huskers still No. 1
-1. Nebraska (40) (11-0) 614
2. Texas (1) (9-0) 568
3. Auburn (9-1) 528
4. Miami (Fla.) (10-1) 469
5. Illinois (9-1) 465
6. Southern Methodist (8-1) 344
7. Georgia (8-1-1) 319
8. Michigan (8-2) 267
9. Brigham Young (9-1) 261
10. Ohio State (8-2) 226
11. Iowa (8-2) 218
12. Florida (7-2-1) 148
13. Pittsburgh (8-2) 115
14. Washington (8-2) 97
15. West Virginia (8-2) 80
16. Alabama (7-2) 71
17. Missouri (7-3) 32
18. Baylor (7-2-1) 17
19. Boston College (7-2) 15
20. Oklahoma (7-3) 12
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AP ranks UNC basketball No. 1
The Associated Press
For the third time in six years, North
Carolina has been chosen No. 1 in The
Associated Press preseason college basket
ball poll and, for the third time, coach
Dean Smith isn't betting it will last.
The Tar Heels, national champions in
1982, received 34 first-place votes and
1,175 points from a nationwide panel of
sports writers and broadcasters. Smith,
however, said Wednesday that one team
cannot be expected to reign supreme all
"Take the first four in the polls and I
think any one will be fortunate to say
they'll be in Seattle," he said, referring to
the site of this season's NCAA basketball
tournament. "Last year, I think Louisville
was the highest ranked team to go to the
Kentucky, whose hopes are strength
ened by the return of 7-foot-l Sam Bowie,
drew 16 first-place votes and 1,123 points
to rank second, ahead of Houston, which
lost to North Carolina State in last
season's championship. The Cougars got
four first-place votes and 1,042 points.
A top ranking in preseason is nothing
new for the Tar Heels. They were picked
No. 1 before the 1977-78 season and
reached the second round of the NCAA
tournament before losing to the University
of San Francisco. They were top choice
again before the 1981-82 season and
backed it up with a 63-62 victory over
Georgetown in the finals at New Orleans
for Smith's first title after six previous trips
to the Final Four.
"I don't think it makes much difference
whether you're one or 10 because of the
great balance in college basketball," Smith
"For North Carolina State and Georgia
to be in the Final Four last year
demonstrates this since those teams were
the fourth seed in their conference."
North Carolina, 28-8 last season and
losers to Georgia in the finals of the East
Regional, returns 6-6 junior All-American
Michael Jordan and 6-9 senior Sam
Perkins. Other starters returning are 6-7
senior Matt Doherty and 7-0 sophomore
center Brad Daugherty.
Three freshmen are expected to provide
immediate help, although none is likely to
start. Forwards Dave Popson and Joe
Wolf, both 6-10, will help along the front
line, while 0-4 Kenny Smith will iignt two
incumbents Buzz Peterson and Steve
Hale for playing time.
"Smith is a very fast learner. It's helpful
because the point guard is required to do a
lot," Dean Smith said.
Georgetown attracted four first-place
votes and 1,024 points for the No. 4 spot.
The Big East Conference favorite has
7-foot Pat Ewing, a first team All
American, and a strong supporting cast.
Memphis State, which includes 6-10 Keith
Lee among its four returning starters, drew
one vote for No. 1 and 905 points to gain
Louisville, which made the Final Four
last season for the third time in four years, ,
received the other first-place vote and 836
points to rank sixth despite losing the Mc
Nine of last season's final Top Twenty
: are missing from the preseason rankings.
Among them are NCAA champion
N.C. State, which lost Dereck Whitten
burg, Thurl Bailey and Sidney Lowe, the
catalysts of that championship squad.
Also missing is Virginia, which graduated
7-4 Ralph Sampson, three-time Player of
The top 20 teams in the Associated
Press' 1983-84 preseason college basket
ball poll, with first-place votes in paren
theses, last season's records and total
1. North Carolina (34) 28-8 1,175
2. Kentucky (16) 23-8 1,123
3. Houston (4) 31-3 1,042
4. Georgetown (4) 22-10 1,024
5. Memphis State (1) 23-8 905
6. Louisville (1) 32-4 836
7. Iowa 21-10 777
8. Maryland 20-10 632
9. UCLA 23-6 537
10. Oregon State 20-11 491
11. Louisiana State 19-13 499
12. Michigan State 17-13 425
13. Fresno State 25-10 417
14. Arkansas 26-4 375
15. Boston College 24-6 356
16. Georgia 24-10 317'
17. Kansas 13-16 235
18. DePaul 21-12 172
19. Indiana 24-6 150
20. Oklahoma 24-9 142
'Season Ticket' to show more ACC games
By MIKE SCHOOR
ACC basketball addicts rejoice, because 23 additional
ACC games will be telecast this season, at an extra cost.
Raycom Jefferson has developed "Season Ticket," a
pay-cable lineup of games designed to supplement the
company's regular 38-game broadcast television
"It's a very pioneering thing," said Ken Haines,
Raycom's Vice President of Network Operations. "I
know of no other college conference that has been as
forward-thinking at this point in the area of cable televi
Haines said that every year there are many requests for
more ACC basketball coverage.
"But stations and networks are very reluctant to con
sistently disrupt their network shows," Haines said.
So Raycom Jefferson, a merger of two companies
strictly for ACC basketball production, reached an
agreement with the ACC giving them broadcast rights to
games on cable television.
"Season Ticket" games will be produced to be telecast
over ESPN, a 24-hour all-sports cable network.
"ESPN was chosen as the distribution method
because it is in almost every (cable) home," Haines said.
"ESPN has a very high penetration level."
"Season Ticket" will operate as a "service within a
For an additional fee (estimates range from $50 to
$75) determined by the individual cable companies,
viewers will receive a decoder.
Anytime a "Season Ticket" game is scheduled, this
decoder can be used to descramble the ESPN signal and
pick up the game.
Haines said that he's frequently asked if "Season
Ticket" is the beginning of an ESPN all-pay network.
"ESPN does not plan to become a pay-only channel,"
"They do plan to add some major sporting events on
a subscription basis to increase the caliber of their sports
Haines strongly asserts that "Season Ticket" is not
the beginning of a trend toward all ACC games being
broadcast on a pay television basis.
"We (Raycom-Jefferson) have no intention of doing
away with games produced for broadcast television,"
"Next season, there (again) will be a 38-game broad
cast television schedule and 20 to 25 games on 'Season
"Up to its limit of 38 games, the broadcast television
schedule works very well," Haines said.
"The schools in the conference want the exposure it
gives the ACC, and the advertisers and stations support
the 38-game package.
"If this is successful, it will enable more future sports
events to be on television that (before) were impossible
to get on.
"But I don't believe it will eliminate commercial
television sports," Haines said.
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