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6The Daily Tar HeelMonday. February 3. 1986
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By JAMES SUROWIECKI
You've heard the saying "Turnabout
is lair play." Well, no doubt that's what
was going through the minds of the
Clemson wrestlers as they prepared for
their match against UNC Saturday
After all. the Tiger basketball team
had just been trounced by North
Carolina while the wrestlers themselves
had been badly beaten by N.C. State
Friday and were looking for their first
win ever against UNC.
Unfortunately for the Tigers, the Tar
Heel wrestlers didn't seeni to put much
stock in old cliches, as they came out
and thoroughly crushed Clemson to up
their record to 14-3-1. The Tar Heels
are within one match victory of the all
time school record of 15 in a season,
set when they went 15-1 in 1979.
Led by junior Al Palacio, who won
on a technical fall in the second round,
and senior John Aumiller, who pinned
his opponent, UNC lost but one match
en route to the 36-6 victory.
Afterwards, UNC coach Bill Lam
was pleased with the win. "I thought
we wrestled really well, because Clem
son's a good team, Lam said. "The
team just did a good job all the way
up and down the line.
As expected, Palacio got the contest
off to a rousing start for the Tar Heels
at 118 with his customary victory by
technical fall as he defeated Bill Broom,
17-1. Palacio set it up with a takedown
and then a near fall at the end of the
first period, and closed out the match
with a takedown and four consecutive
near falls in the second period.
At 126, Aumiller jumped out to an
early 6-1 lead in the first period, and
pinned opponent Marvin Johnson with
a magnificent move that left the
Clemson wrestler helpless. It was 10
2 in favor of Aumiller when he, was
declared the winner.
. Enzo Catullo's victory at 134 was
perhaps the most pleasant surprise of
the day for UNC fans, and set the tone
for the remaining matches. After a
By KATHY MULVEY
"Grace, Skill, and Movement, say the posters plastered
around campus to promote the UNC gymnastics team. Add
Tension, and youVe got Sunday night's meet against ACC
rival Maryland and Division III power Georgia College.
Coach Derek Garvin called the contest, which followed
Saturday's strong win over Auburn and host Radford ua
real test of endurance." Although this was a tri-meet, the
Terrapins and Tar Heels quickly showed the capacity crowd
at Fetzer Gym that it would be a two-horse race, staying
within .65 points of each other on every event.
When it was over, both teams and the handful of spectators
caught in -the- suspense could- only wait as the scores were
tallied. The result: Carolina edged out Maryland by the barest
of margins, 180.70-180.25, to round out an impressive (if
New school xecords on both individual and team
performances paced the Tar Heels to victory. Sophomore
Stacy Kaplan, whose total score of 37.5 gave her the all
around crown ahead of Maryland's Cora Bonstein and
Yvonne Raner, set a UNC mark in the floor exercise with
a 9.7. Freshman Kristin Bilotta, a talented all-around
gymnast who was limited to two events, still managed to
shatter the Carolina record in the uneven parallel bars with
another 9.7. And finally, the team came through in the floor
exercise to counter an impressive Maryland showing with
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scoreless first period, Catullo got two
near falls in the second and coasted to
an 8-2 victory over Bobby Taylor in
the third with a takedown and an
escape. "The whole team just got the
momentum going,M Catullo said.
The next two matches quelled that
momentum somewhat, as at 142 Lenny
Bernstein was able to squeak out a draw
when Mike Hampton was penalized for
stalling with five seconds left. That
penalty point, coupled with a point for
time advantage, gave Bernstein a 5-5
tie where he had looked destined for
defeat. At 150, though, UNC was
handed its only loss of the day as;
Clemson's Joey McKenna crushed Jon
Cardi 21-10. McKenna recorded nine
takedowns in the match, while Cardi
put together one takedown and eight
escapes for his ten points.
There was a reminder of the dangers
of wrestling in the match between
UNC's Rob KoU and Bill Orr, a match
Koll won by default when Orr sustained
a neck injury while being taken down
in the first period. The score was 6-1
when the match was called.
After that sobering experience, the
Teirps? remain unbeaten
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. wins at 167
crowd at Carmichael saw the best match
of the day, as at 167 Tad Wilson held
on to defeat Mark Litts 2-0 despite a
deep cut on the. bridge of his nose.
Wilson got both of his points on
escapes, and said that what it came
down to at the end was, "I was cither
going to run out of blood orhe match
was. going to run out of time.
The Tar Heels triumphed in all of
their final three matches. At 177, Joe
Silvestro overcame the headslapping of
Pete Georgoutos to win 12-3, recording
four takedowns and one near fall. At
190, Tracey Davis came from behind
to defeat Hugh Meek 11-8, as Meek
got just two points in the last two
periods while Davis took him down
three times. And finally, in the heavy
weight division, Stacey Davis defeated
All of the wrestlers seemed pleased.
The Tar Heels have won six in a row
and are ranked eighth in the nation.
And for Tad Wilson at least, the big
victory was no surprise. "WeVe wrestled,
a lot of teams that were better than they
were, Wilson said. "We're feeling good,
and as a team we're working good.
46.2 points, .05 more than the previous Carolina best (against
Kentucky last year).
In fact, UNC outpointed Maryland in every event but
the beam. The Tar Heels got off to a fast- start with 45.3
points on the vault, led by Kaplan's nifty 9.5. Meanwhile,
Maryland answered with 45.3 of its own on the uneven bars.
Bilotta and the' rest of the Carolina squad, however, chalked
up 45.8 in that event to heat up the challenge. When the
Terrapins had finished the vault, UNC held a slim .9-point
lead. Georgia College was already out of the picture with
only 84 points.
UNC fell behind after the third event, setting up the heroics
in floor exercise. As the Tar Heels flipped and tumbled to
a record, Maryland had to wait for Georgia College to finish
up on the beam. By the time they got started, all the Tar
Heels could do was put on their warmup suits and wring
their hands. "After floor, I knew they'd have to have a rough
time on beam because we'd had a rough time on beam,
Garvin said. "It almost inevitably comes down to beam."
The Terrapins looked sharp, and almost everyone in the
gym sensed that it would come down to the last competitor.
After falling on her mount, Maryland's Raner executed a
fine routine for an 8.8. Garvin admitted that he'd thought
she would have to fall one more time for UNC to slip into
first, but in the end his team had its fifth win against no
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Sta ff Writer ,
The women's swimming team
extended their record to 7-0 with a 76
64 win over Virginia and the men's team
defeated the Cavaliers 80-33 in Sunday's
dual swim meet.
In the women's meet, UNC jumped
to an early lead when Susan O'Brien,
Wendy Powers, Melanie Buddemeyer
and Patty Schultz combined to win the
200 medley relay in a pool record time
of 1:46.63, which qualifies the UNC
relay team for the' NCAA
"Going into the meet, Virginia's
women had faster times than ours in
seven out of 14 events," coach Frank
Comfort said. "I thought if we won the
medley relay, we would begin to build
up a lead that Virginia couldn't
That is exactly what happened. UNC
grabbed the lead in the first event and
never let it go.
Two members of the record-setting
relay, Melanie Buddemeyer and Susan
O'Brien; also went on to win two
individual events each. Buddemeyer
won the 100 and 200 butterfly races and
has qualified for NCAAs in both, while
O'Brien easily took the 100 and 200
backstroke events. O'Brien has also
qualified for the NCAA championships
in her two events.
"I was more concerned with winning
and scoring points for the team than
I was about how fast I went," O'Brien
said. Teammate Polly Winde voiced the
same concern. "I feel that I swam so
well because I wanted to score points
for the team," Winde said.
UNC ommeini place 1-2-3 in mmille ft
MsMosdhit Tair Heel Dimvitatooiniall mroeet
By WENDY STRINGFELLOW
Three UNC women mile-runners
placed first, second and third in the Tar
Heel Invitational Indoor Track and
Field meet held in UNC's New Tin Can
Despite that sweep, UNC head coach
Dennis Craddock said he felt all of his
athletes' performances were "just fair."
"They're not going to run their best
times on this track, and a lot of people
have Florida on their minds (where the 1
team will compete against bigger-name
schools next week)," Craddock said.
Sunday's meet against 11 area schools
including Duke, N.C. State and Wake
Forest was strictly individual competi
tion. There were no team scores.
UNC's Carolyn Roff, Jennifer Sallez
and Kim Shuman finished in the top
three positions in the mile run.
"I thought it was exciting we could
have a sweep," Roff said.
Shuman said she ran faster than she
expected. "I had never run on an indoor
track. I thought I was going to fall off."
Other UNC top-five finalists were
shot-putters; Joe Cambrio, Shunta
That way, you would only have to lose
two teeth per semester."
Brady said one of the main objectives
he would work toward was having a
meal plan co-op.
Students would sign up, telling how
much they would spend on food service.
Students who did not want to buy a
meal plan then would be matched with
a person .who wanted to buy more than
the required $100, reducing the money
the campus food service took in.
Drop-add could be simplified, he
said, by having students sign up for the
classes they wanted, and then assigning
professors class schedules according to
how many students wanted which class.
Brady also advocated getting a
parking deck built on South Campus
to help ease the parking problem. "The
alumni are going to get tired of
walking," he said. "They're going to
want to build a deck near the . . . (Dean
E. Smith Student Activies Center)."
If the Rams Club didnt want to help
build the parking deck, Brady said
money could be requested from the
Jimmy Greene said he would hold
forums every two weeks to solicit
student input. '
"At the forums, I'd let students know
what's been going on and let students
hear about issues," Greene said. "It
would help students get more involved
in Student Government and make
Student Government more effective.
"I'd want to be the best possible
student representative," he said. "The
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UNC 6-1 .857 22-1 .957
Georgia Tech 6-1 .857 17-2. .895
Duke 7-2 .750 20-2 .909
N.C. State v 5-3 .625 14-6 .700
Virginia 4-3 .571 14-5 .737
Clemson 2-5 .286 14-7 .667
Maryland 1-6 .143 11-9 .550
Wake Forest 0-10 .000 6-15 .286
Duke 68, Wake Forest 58
North Carolina 85, Clemson 67
Villanova 64, Maryland 62
N.C. State 54, Kentucky 51
Maryland at Notre Dame
Although she has been suffering from
a ruptured disc in her back, Winde
managed to place first in the 1000
freestyle and 400 individual medley
events in addition to placing second in
the 500 freestyle.
Also important to North Carolina's
victory were the diving events. In the
1 meter required diving sophomores
Ann Wentz and Erika Schmidt took
second and third place, respectively,
while in the 1 meter optional event,
Schmidt came back to win with Wentz
The men's swimming team didn't
have as much trouble defeating Virginia
as they won easily, 80-33.
"Virginia's men have good potential,
but we were faster on paper in all of
Robinson and Carolyn Williams.
Lynn Norwood placed second in the
women's high jump.
Paul Cummings placed third in the
men's mile run. Cummings achieved his
personal record with a time of 4:23.
"I should be satisfied with this, but
I want around 4:20, and outdoors, 4:10
or under," Cummings said. "I'm run
ning my best in my life, and it's stfll
early in the season."
: Hm Swaim and MikrGiblrft placed'
second and fifth in the pole vault, iand .
John Phipps and Jeff Starnes placed
third and fourth in the men's high jump
In the women's long jump, Felecia
Carter finished third.
Brent Walker and Mike Carter
placed second and fifth in the men's 60
yard high hurdles; Diane Thomas came
in fourth in the women's 60-yard high
Many of UNC's best-known athletes
didn't participate Sunday because the
track is smaller and turns are steeper;
it takes time to recover from the impact
to the runners' ankles.
best possible student voice."
Greene also advocated requiring that
professors use textbooks for at least two
semesters to make more used books
available and trying to get some
competition for Student Stores to bring
the textbook prices down.
Ryke Longest said that Student
Government's focus had been wrong,
and that he would work to improve
quality among the members of Student
"(Now), it's almost as if the swimming
coach says to his team, 'I'm going to
get more people to come to the meets,' "
he said, "rather than coaching them
UNC tS, Ctonwon 7
Clemson (67) Middleton 4-15 0-0 8, Grant 6-9 3
S 15. McCants 2-10 3-4 7. Tait 3-16 0-0 6. Marshall
611 3-4 15, Pryor 4-5 0-0 8. Corbit 3-4 2-2 8. Totals:
UNC (85) Wolf 4-4 3-4 11, Popson 0-4 0-0 0.
Daugherty 10-17 1-1 21. Hale 6-7 2-4 14, K. Smith
7-122-216, Lebo 3-7 4-4 1 0, Martin 1-12-34. Madden
2-2 0-0 4. Hunter 0-0 0-0 0, R. Smith 0-1 5-6 5. Totals:
33-55 19-24 85.
Rebounds: Clemson 33 (Middleton 9), UNC 32
(Daugherty, Martin 7) Assists: Clemson 16 (Marshall
9), UNC 26 (Hale, K. Smith. Lebo 6). Halttime: UNC 37
23. Women's Basketball
UNC 65, Maryland 59
UNC (65) Poindexter 2-14 4-6 8. List 4-10 2-2 10,
Oden 3-10 3-4 9. Leake 11-19 4-5 26. Matthews 1
2 0-0 2, Watts 2-6 0-0 4. Sankey 1-1 0-0 2. Donnell
Holiday or Hawaiian Inns
the . events coming into the meet,"
Comfort said. "Still, I thought it would
be a close meet."
But the Tar Heels never let the
Cavaliers get close as they took 10 of
the 13 events.
UNC had several swimmers win all
of their individual events. In his best
meet of the season, Marc Croggon won
the 50 and 100 freestyle events as well
as taking the 200 breaststroke. Team
mate Clay Wellborn won his individual
events as well, placing first in the 500
and 1000 freestyle. ,
In the diving competition, senior
Garth Gasse won both of the 1 meter
events held and his teammate Andy
Hunter placed third in the events.
Jill Irizarry did choose to run and
came in fourth in the women's 600-yard
run. Katie Mertin took second in the
1000-yard run and Donna Culbert
placed fifth in the 300-yard run.
Randolph Mariott came in fourth in
the men's triple jump and Andrea
Bryant placed fifth in the women's triple
- The Tar Heel Invitational was a two
day event. Sixty-five high schools
'competed pn Saturday inja''meeT geared
to promote indoor - track in North
Because of a North Carolina High
School Athletic Association rule, high
school track athletes can't begin prac
ticing until Jan. 1. In other states the
athletes start training in November and
Craddock said he hopes events like
this will raise interest in track and get
the NCHSAA to change its rule.
The purpose of Saturday's meet was
"to promote indoor track for athletes
in their high school years. WeVe got
the only indoor track in the state,"
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Longest said he would try to bring
down textbook costs by eliminating the
30-percent discount given to faculty and
staff by Student Stores
He also said the SBP would need to
have some experience working with the
CGC if he truly wanted to be an effective
president. He said he had worked with
the CGC and could start working for
students' concerns from the first day he
"Once the president is effective,"
Longest said, "He can go in, take charge
and start thinking of solutions from day
Maryland (59) Bullet! 7-11 3-4 17. Mason 0-4 0
0 0. Dehn-Duhr 8-13 2-4 18. Brown 2-7 0-2 4. Rivers
3-5 0-1 6. Tate 4-6 1-1 9, Wood 2-7 1-2 5.
Rebounds: UNC 36 (Poindexter 12). Maryland 38
(Rivers 9). Assists: UNC 13 (Leake, List 4), Maryland
21 (Rivers 6).
UNC 11. Cornell 5
UNC 10, Northwestern 6
UNC 12. Air Force 4
UNC 16, Cornell 11
UNC 19. Northwestern 8
UNC 16. Air Force 11
Records: UNC men 9-2, UNC women 9-3.
MEN'S BASKETBALL at Georgia Tech, The Omni,
Atlanta, Ga 7 p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL at Virginia. Charlottesville,
Va, 730 p.m.
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