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the S2nd World Series.
I he Royals became the first team in
hisiorx to recover Irom two opening
losses at home to win the series.
The Royal were paced by George
Brett who had lour hits and by the
pitching of series MVP Bret Saberha
gen. Saberhagen allowed only one run
in his 18 innings and two wins of series
Kansas City jumped out to an early
lead in the second inning oil St. Louis
starter and loser. John Tudor. Steve
Balboni walked and Darryl Motley
blasted a home run deep into the left
The Royals increased their lead to
5-0 in the third inning on four walks
and two singles. The key hit was a two
run single by Balboni. Tudor was
replaced in the third inning by Bill
Campbell, who was to be the first of
six Cardinal relief pitchers, none of
whom could seem to stop the surging
Kansas City offensive barrage.
The Royals turned the game into a
blowout in the fifth inning when they
sent 1 2 batters to the plate against five
Cardinal pitchers. Kansas City scored
six runs to make the score 1 1-(). That
was the final tally.
The w in culminated a comeback from
a 3-1 series defecit. a feat which the,
Royals also accomplished in the Amer
ican League Championship Series
against the Toronto Blue Javs.
It was the Royals' first world cham
pionship in their 1 7-year history.
"I'm surprised it w as such a blowout."
Royals manager Dick Howser said in
a champagne-filled locker room. "But
you know baseball anything can
From staff reports
Second-ranked UNC. spurred by
April Heinrichs' two second-half goals,
broke out of a .scoreless first half and
ousted No. 4 Colorado College 3-0
Saturday in a match between two
national women's soccer powers at
1 was very pleased with our play
today," UNC coach Anson Dorrance
said. We used our combinations very
effectively and moved well and that
enabled us to take the lead in the second
Despite-a scoreless first period,
Dorrance said the Tar Heels made no
real adjustments for the second period
"I didn't try to make any real
adjustments," Dorrance said. "I just
told them to go out and keep playing
hard, and that's what they did."
The Tar Heels' inspired play was
reflected quickly on the scoreboard.
Marcia McDermott took an assist from
Heinrichs and booted the first goal of
the match at the 32:58 mark in the
second period. Minutes afterward,
Heinrichs put the Tar Heels up 2-0 with
her first goal of the match after taking
a pass from freshman Tracey Bates.
With an assist from Nancy Slocum,
Heinrichs added an insurance goal with
17:45 left to play.
The UNC men's soccer team lost to
N.C. State 2-1 Saturday in Raleigh as
a game-tying goal by the Tar Heels was
disallowed with 30 seconds left when
UNC was called for fouling Wolfpack
goalie Kris Peat.
The Wolfpack, ranked 10th in the
nation, improved to 1 1-2-2 (2-1-1 in the
ACC) while the Tar Heels fell to 10
8 and 1-3.
The Tar Heels opened the scoring 3 1
minutes into the first half when Dave
Smyth headed in a pass from Donald
Cogsville. The Wolfpack evened the
game early in the second half when Jeff
Guinn scored on an unassisted goal.
State took the lead at the 71:00 minute
mark of the match on a goal by Sadri
Gjonbalaj from 10 yards out. The goal
followed a near miss by Guinn, whose
shot hit the crossbar.
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It's the land of the giants as Warren Martin and Brad Daughterly go 1-on-1
By JAMES SUROWIECKI
Carmichael Auditorium was jammed Saturday afternoon,
and it wasn't because of the volleyball game. No, the 10,000
fans who crowded into Carmichael following the Florida
State debacle were looking for basketball UNC style, and
they got it in the form of the first Blue-White game of the
And even if it was just an intra-squad scrimmage, for -the
packed throng the game was a welcome portent of the
season ahead and a potent reminder of the years past.
If for the fans the game was a chance to check out the
old guard and the four freshmen, for the players it was a
chance to have some fun and work on their games in front
in a game environment. "We haven't got exactly set yet,"
Warren Martin said later. "We were trying to do everything,
but we're still a little tentative. (The game's) just like a big
Practice or not, it was still a game, and there was a final
score. The Blue team, which started a lineup of Joe Wolf,
Curtis Hunter, Warren Martin, Jeff Lebo and Steve Hale,
knocked off the White squad 85-70 thanks mainly to the
terrific performance of the fast-breaking trio of Hunter, Lebo
and Hale, as well as 21 points from Wolf.
The White starters included Steve Bucknall, Dave Popson,
Brad Daugherty, Ranzino Smith and Kenny Smith with
Kevin Madden off the bench.
The game itself was interesting, in a predictable sort of
way. Considering the Tar Heels have been practicing for
less than two weeks, the caliber of play was higher than
might have been expected, and time and again players gave
up shots to pass the ball off to an open teammate. The
result of this characteristic quest for a better shot was a.
shooting percentage of 59 percent for the Blue team. (All
right, so the White team only shot 44 percent from the field.
The shots were there, they just weren't falling).
Later, Hale spoke of the unselfishness which is so crucial
to UNC's offense. "We're not out for ourselves," he said.
"If we don't play unselfishly, we won't play. If we had two
All-Americans on the team, we e more pne
on-one but e,dontJ ,Wes got to play five people.",. I j
' There were a few things which stood out about The game
The first was the revitalized Tar Heel fast break, which looked
particularly impressive during the first half. Aside from
Kenny Smith's familiar steals and slams, of which he had
three, the blue-clad trio of Lebo, Hunter and Hale ran the
White team into the ground as they built an insurmountable
Nearly midway through the half, with the Blue team up
21-14, the threesome went to work and in the space of two
minutes reeled off 10 points First, Hale and Hunter nailed
baseline jumpers off passes from Lebo, and then the
Pennsylvania Prodigy put in a layup off of a 3-on-l break.
Not done yet, Hale scored and then, after Wolf rejected
Madden, Lebo pump-faked Bucknall up, was fouled by
Madden and still managed to put one in off the glass. For
all intents and purposes the game was over right then.
UNC coach Dean Smith was pleased with the way the
Tar Heels ran the ball up the court. "This is the earliest
we'd played a Blue-White game, but our fast break is there,"
he said. "We were basically unselfish on offense."
Another eye-catcher among the turnovers and missed shots
was the performance of Kenny Smith, who scored 25 points
in a losing cause on the strength of 12-for-20 shooting. "The
Jet" was flying as usual Saturday, and more importantly,
he looks ready to assume a more important scoring role
on the team. One thing to look at was Smith's outside
shooting, as 14 of his 25 points were the result of jumpers.
Okay, everything else is out of the way. Let's talk about
the real reason everyone came to the game: the freshmen.
No question but that the four rookies responded well to
the pressure of their first game in Carmichael. Hensley
finished with six points, and demonstrated a nice touch on
offense, although he needs to put on about 30 pounds.
Madden also had six points, but he was just two-of-eight
from the field and struggled at times.
Bucknall only chipped in four points, but played extremely
well and finished with nine assists, including one magnificent
behind-the-back pass to Kenny Smith which resulted in a
dunk. "Steve's one of the best passers on the team," Smith
said. "1 was expecting the pass." For a 6-6 small forward,
Bucknall showed an atypical court awareness and hands
capable of passes that were reminiscent of Magic Johnson's.
But the star of the game, the man who made the crowd
come alive and who looked more like a young Jerry West
than anything else, was Lebo. Lebo was all over the court,
breaking out on the wing and then pulling up for a 13
footer, skying for a rebound and sending a quick outlet to
Hunter, running the offense from the point.
After his first shot, which found nothing but air, everything
he put up seemed to find only net. He finished with 23 points,
six rebounds, four assists and two steals, while turning the
ball over only twice. He shot eight-of-10 from the field and
seven-of-nine from the line. Generally superb.
"He's a good player, no doubt," Kenny Smith said. "He
can make the smart play and he made some tough shots.
He didn't play like a freshman."
None of the freshmen looked like they were affected much
by the crowd or the Carmichael mystique. Dean Smith
praised them, saying, "They played as if they weren't scared.
Lebo played with poise, Madden almost came up with some
great plays and Bucknall made some nice passes. They're
trying hard and they're unselfish."
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1st golf win
in 3 years
From staff reports
It took a long time, but it was
worth the wait.
The North Carolina women's
golf team broke a three-year win
less drought in tournament play by
coming from six strokes behind
Sunday to win the three-day Lady
Tar Heel Invitational held at Finley
The Lady Tar Heels outshot
Miami of Florida, the tournament
leaders after Saturday's rounds,
298 to 310 on Sunday. North
Carolina finished the tournament
with a 903 stroke total after carding
a 302 Friday and a 303 Saturday.
Kentucky finished second with a
908, and Miami of Florida finished
a distant third with 909 in ihe 14
. North Carolina's Michele Micha
nowicz, a Miami native, haunted
her hometown school by shooting
a 220 to take the individual honors.
Freshman Donna Andrews of
UNC tied Kate Rogerson of Ken
tucky for second with a 221, then
won the second-place trophy in a
two-hole playoff. North Carolina's
Kandi Kessler finished tied for
eighth with a 227. Seventy-five
individual golfers competed for the
North . Carolina's last tourna
ment team win ' was the Duke .
Spring Invitational in Durham in
April of 1982.
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