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It came down to a Blue Devil and
a Tar Heel for the championships of
the first flight singles in the annual Don
Skakle Memorial Tennis Champion
ships held at the UNC Tennis; Center
in Chapel Hill over the weekend. And
a Tar Heel came out the winner.
Junior All-America Jeff Chambers of
UNC defeated Duke's Jeff Hersh, who
had beaten Chambers earlier this fall,
Chambers made it a doubleheader
sweep as he and teammate Eddie
Stewart also won the first flight doubles
over Stefan and Christian Dallwitz of
Wake Forest 3-6, 6-1, 6-3.
Both North Carolina and Duke won
three titles in the championships, which
are named for the late Don Skakle, who
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Other UNC competitors:
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VOLLEYBALL vs. CLEMSON
7:30 Carmichael Auditorium
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By TIM CROTHERS
Assistant Spcrts Editor
Kevin Anthony sat alone at the end
of the North Carolina bench. His head
was in his hands. He was being tor
mented by what might have been, and
despite several pats on the back and
head from teammates, he was
Less than an hour later, freshman
Steve Bucknall whipped a slick behind-the-back
pass to Kenny Smith who
jumpstarted the crowd with the year's
first dunk and ran down the court
sporting a playful grin.
Saturday afternoon featured a heart
breaking ending and a promising
beginning in Tar Heel sport.
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Carolina Union .
Let's begin with the ending.
In. one of the most courageous
defensive efforts in recent football
memory, North Carolina held an
explosive Florida State offense, which
had scored 76 points a week earlier, to
nothing in the first half. An uninspiring
UNC offense mustered 10 points.
In the stands, there festered a cautious
optimism. True blue fans had enjoyed
this kind of halftime lead before against
LSU, another sleeping giant, only to
watch it dwindle and finally disappear
in the fourth quarter. But maybe, just
maybe, this swarming Tar Heel defense
could keep the Seminoles slumbering
What had been whispers earlier in the
week was now chatter. Could this be
the gamel A win over Florida State
could vault the Tar Heels into the
national public eye and maybe even,
heaven willing, the Top 20.
The crowd in the student section,
which in the past has been known to
cheer louder for a stadium drink than
a UNC touchdown, stood as one to see
the second half kickoff. They didn't sit
again until the final gun.
With North Carolina still leading 10
3, midway through the final quarter, the
mighty Seminoles shook the sand from
their eyes and began to drive toward
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a tying score. A crowd full of hoarse
voices yelled for their battered defense,
willing them to somehow hold the
Seminoles one more time. The screams
took on a more desperate tone with
every first down. Finally, Hassan Jones
hauled in a pass in the corner of the
end zone. The game would be tied by
the extra point, but for all intents and
purposes, Florida State won the game
The UNC defensive battleship had
finally been pierced and the Tar Heel
offense was nowhere in sight to bail
Seminole cornerback Martin May
hew picked off an Anthony pass in the
final seconds and as he streaked away
from the Tar Heels toward the end zone,
any North Carolina hopes for an
important bowl bid seemed to run away .
As the disconsolate Anthony held his
head in his hands, the fans shook their
heads in frustration. One particularly
fickle fan simply yelled, "Bring on
Right down Raleigh Road, the Tar
Heel basketball team was stretching out
and taking some warm up shots. As the
weary fans filed into Carmichael
Auditorium, fresh off the bitter disap
pointment at Kenan Stadium, their eyes
sparkled a bit. A trumpeter in the pep
band mumbled, "Gosh, I never thought
I'd see this old place again."
The game, as usual was only one step
above a pick-up game structurally, but
featured some of the unexpected flashes
of brilliance which are characteristic of
New York City blacktop ball.
Like many fans go to see car crashes
at Charlotte Motor Speedway and
hockey brawls at Boston Garden,
people come to the Blue-White game
to see one thing: Dunks! Kenny Smith
and Curtis Hunter sent the 10,000
basketball crazies home smiling.
Walking out of Carmichael, one
fatigued fan laughed almost giddily and
said, "This could be our year."
So while the snakebit football team
looks back and ponders the "if only's",
the basketball team looks straight ahead
with great anticipation to a season of
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