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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, January 18, 1985, Page 6, Image 6

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IkE CliONICLE I I I I I lJ i i iJ 3 WEEKLY PULL-OUT SPORTS SUPPLEMENT L - nJ v7 JLruu MONDAY'S ACC BASKETBALL Maryland 78, Dook 76 (OT) THURSDAY'S ACC BASKETBALL Wake Forest 91, Dook 89 (OT) TODAY Is Friday, silly! Terry Sanford Jungle Golf Classic, Bubba's Putt-Putt, Highway 15-501, 1 p.m.-until, BYOB. Tom Butters Survival Classic, National Guard Training Grounds (near Bubba's Putt-Putt), BYOB (bayonets), 9 p.m. until last man is dead. SATURDAY Prayer breakfast at Duke Chapel, 7:30 a.m. Basketball team attendance mandatory. Bagels will be-served. Men's basketball at North Carolina, Carmi chael Auditorium, Chapel Hill, 3:30 p.m. GO HEELS! Tennis team vs. Gov. Morehead School, Varsity courts, 4 p.m. Tom Butters canned-food drive for families of survival classic participants. Donations should be taken to Bubba's Putt-Putt (near Terry Sanford's house). Watch out for land mines, 5 p.m.-until. BYOB (body bag). SUNDAY Duke Chapel Main Service. Athletic Director Tom Butters on how to backstab football coaches the Methodist way. Soloist, Red Wilson. 11 a.m. Football coach Steve Sloan speaks on "Avoiding the Bayonet Reflections on Life with Athletic Director Tom Butters," Hob oken Hall, noon. Duke basketball star Johnny Dawkins holds seminar on "Living with Ugliness," Pres ident's House, 9 p.m. Personal to Floridian at Purdy's last Sat night: don't come back. Friends of Tom Butters. Mrs. Butters' house (adjacent to Bubba's Putt-Putt and large hole). BYOB (barf bag). 9:30 p.m -9:31 (if not earlier). Meeting to discuss lawsuit against The Daily Tar Heel. Mrs. Butterworth's house (adjacent to Liggett & Myers Tobacco Warehouse) 9:32 p.m. BEAT DOOK! uke steals Chris Washburn away By WENDY TURNBULL Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski may have found the answer to his problems finding a big man for his Blue Devils in N.C. State 6-1 1 Chris Washburn. Washburn, in the wake of his arrest and impending trial in the alleged theft of a Wolfpack football player's stereo, has announced that he is transferring to Duke on an academic scholarship. It is not yet clear whether Washburn will play basketball for the Blue Devils. "We have been in touch with Chris, but at this point he just wants to get his feet on the ground academically and put this trial behind him," Krzyzewski said. "It should be easier for him academically here." Washburn said his decision was not based on anything that has happened to him in his time at N.C. State, but rather on the expanded educational opportunities offered at the Durham school. "IVe always wanted to learn bout them yankees, and they sure have a lot of them over here in Durham," Washburn said. "And they gots lots of classes where's you can learn all 'boutthe north stuff like Speech 101, 'Hows ta say Noo Yawk,' and Home Economics 112, 'Hows ta cook Kosher.' " "You just cant get that kind of stuff at State." Duke was actually Washburn's second choice, and he made the selection after negotiations with the NFL and USFL fell through. Both the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tampa Bay Bandits wanted to make Washburn an offensive guard. Krzyzewski has already begun to help Washburn settle in at his new school by helping him land a part-time job with Circuit City. Krzyzewski said he wasn't sure if Washburn could live up to life as a Blue Devil on the basketball floor, but he said that Washburn would be able to practice with the team. "It is strictly a case of trial and error," Krzyzewski said. New strategy Duke head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, not usually one to panic over one loss, has announced his intention to change his strategy for Saturday's game with North Carolina. "We're going to go with a strategy of attrition," Krzyzewski said, adding that he will draw on his days at Army to formulate the final game plan. "Hell, we already got a head start on them, with Curtis Hunter and Joe Wolf out. Those are two players I won't have to turn Danny Meagher loose on." Krzyzewski said Meagher would be the key to his strategy, the strongarm of the Duke team. "We're going to let Danny go wild," Krzyzewski said. "He's got a license to kill, and he's been training for this assignment for four years. Sure, he was a hacker in the past, but you havent seen anything like youH see Saturday. IVe got him reading Soldier of Fortune right now. "Hell, Danny can't shoot anyway. The one thing that we are hoping for Lenny Wirtz on the officiating crew so we can keep Danny out of foul trouble." Krzyzewski said that his inspiration for the new strategy if i Jt if i - x i. v . .....:.; 1v...A, Iff i I I i ( HA HATHE CRONICLE Vm so tough! Duke's maniac, Danny Meagher, shooting over UNC's Kenny Smith. came from an unlikely source the Tar Heel women's soccer team. He said the team's "napalm" slogan during its NCAA title game brought back memories of his days at West Point. "Of course, we're not going to let Danny use any weapons or anything, but we're not above letting him break a few bones," Krzyzewski said. "He's certainly up for it." Wanna be a snob? Hate paying low, reasonable, in-state 4 4 & 'A : if s4 -,'$''4 Attend the world-famous University of South Jersey tuitions? Get your free brochure today!

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