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4The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, April 8,
Positive thinking on the new
YouVe heard a lot of the arguments
by now for and against the three-point
shot that will be used next year in col
lege basketball. Mostly against.
We e just had a year of no chaos and
now we're introducing chaos Mike
Krzyzewski, head coach, Duke.
The last thing I want is a three-point
shot Don Monson, head coach,
I'm not in favor of it. If you have a
good game, why mess around with it
anymore? Jim Boeheim, head
HI tell you why, Jim (and what war
did you serve in, anyway?) The three
point shot is the best thing to come
along in college basketball since Bones
McKinney's witticisms for a number of
The best reason is that it will be
good for North Carolina's basketball
team in the immediate future. With the
loss of Brad Daugherty and Warren
Martin inside, UNC could get smashed
around a little inside, especially if
Chris Washburn doesn't go pro and
teams with Charles, Shackelford again
for N.C. State.
So let Jeff Lebo and Kenny Smith
pop from outside and loosen things up
a little. Probably Joe Wolf can occa
sionally pop one in from 19 feet, nine
inches. And Ranzino, who has never
been hesitant about firing it up, now
will have more cause to do so when his
bombs may connect for three points
instead of two.
Second, Dean likes it, and if Dean
likes it, we should all like it. "When we
used a 19-foot three-point goal in the
ACC in 1983rwe had great games.
The fans and players loved it, and
that's what the game is for," Smith
said. It's also easier to like it if youVe
got Jeff and Kenny from outside.
From staff reports '
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. UNC
finished third out of six teams in the
NCAA Southeast Regionals in gymnas
tics behind Georgia and Florida, two
of the nation's top five teams.
Georgia scored a team total of 186.80
and Florida was second with a 185.4.
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Remember now, this isn't the same
thing as what the ACC experimented
with in 1982-83. If you remember that
season, the three-point line was less
than 18 feet from the goal, which
made it just about within reaching dis
tance for players like Sam Perkins.
This one is more of a real man's shot,
although still not rivaling the NBA's
macho 23 feet, nine inches.
Third, it gives construction workers
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UNC finished third with a 180.65,
followed by Kentucky, Maryland and
West Virginia. The Tar Heels did not
qualify for the Nationals, but finished
their season with a 14-2 record and
ranked 1 6th in the nation.
UNC sophomore Stacy Kaplan
shone brightest for the Tar Heels, tying
for. first in the vault with Georgia's
Paula Mayhew by scoring a 9.65. That
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Unless, of course, there are weather
problems, in which case it might not
be ready in time for next season.
And lastly, it just makes the game
more fun. There's a whole host of pos
sibilities. We can witness four-point
plays, designated shooters and come
backs that rival the famous 8-point,
1 7-second variety.
So don't listen to the coaches that
tell you the game is going to be chaotic
or impure. They just don't have a
Mark Price readily on hand.
vault set a new school record and
assured Kaplan of a spot at the NCAA
tournament on the vault. Kaplan's trip
to Nationals will be the first in con
ference history for any gymnast.
Kaplan also finished fourth in the all
around competition with a score of
37.25. Amy Bincarousky was 16th in
the all-around for UNC and Kristin
Bilotta was 18th.
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By PARIS GOODNIGHT
North Carolina's lacrosse team has
sutlered a little bit, starting with a late
rally by the Maryland team and car
rying into the grudge match loss to
Johns Hopkins, but there have been
some new f aces on the field shaping a
bright future for Tar Heel lacrosse.
One of those new stars to rise from
the northeast mecca of the lacrosse
producing state of Maryland is John
Scv pinski. a name as troublesome for
sportswriters as a Duke coach we know.
A name also as much trouble for
defending goalies as a Ford from the
past or a Seivold of the present UNC
So far this year Szczypinski has
scored nine goals as one of UNC's rare
starting freshmen. He leads the team
along with Gary Seivold and Chris
Galgano. another talented freshman
who holds the kind of talent needed for
a championship team sometime in the
next three years.
My goals are coming from assists."
Szczypinski said. Tm at the right place
at the right time. 1 give almost all of
my credit to my teammates."
"Most players probably don't think
of him as a freshman on the field,"
junior attackman Gary Seivold said. "In
practice he never gets rattled and we've
got some of the best defensive players
around. He's one of the easiest attack
men to work with I've ever been
So how did this young phenom of
the lacrosse world reach this level of
He began playing lacrosse at the
tender age of eight and was on his way
toward a youngster's dream of playing
in Division I. He continued playing
through high school where he also
wrestled for four years and played
football for two years.
But lacrosse was his first love and
Boy's Latin High School in Timonium,
Md.. was the beneficiary of that
affection, achieving a No. I state rank
in Szczypinski's senior season. He was
also named to the second team all-metro
team his senior year and was ranked
as the No. 2 attackman in the state.
"My high school coach helped me a
lot," Szczypinski said. "Starting my
sophomore year was pretty tough, but
my junior year was easier because
another guy helped me out. Our high
school hadn't won a championship in
16 years and I thought it was about
time we won another one."
He brought some good fundamentals
to UNC to work with according to
Coach Willie Scroggs. "He's fundamen
tally very sound and doesn't make many
mistakes." Scroggs said. "He's -left-
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handed and that has helped him also."
But this isn't just a jock who looks
to his sport to carry his load for him.
Szczypinski said that grades are most
important. He is a biology major
working toward being a general
another kid in the play threw up on
him. "I should have taken the vomit
as an omen and gone when the going
was good," he said.
While -backpacking in Europe,
Cameron said, he learned that he could
survive anything. "1 thought, 4he's not
so bad, " Cameron said he encouraged
his students to also learn about
"Teaching's grand and glorious,
because I get to tell you what I believe,"
Cameron said. When lecturing on
Oedipus and Hamlet's longing for
Ophelia, he said he revealed his feelings.
"My political beliefs don't matter, but
what 1 long for and feel, you hear from
me in every class," he said.
When telling stories about his grand
daddy and when his father gave him
raw horseradish telling him it was
coleslaw, Cameron said it was his
students' reactions that inspired him to
tell of his personal experiences.
"YouVe rewarded me for sharing my
life with you," he said. It's okay to admit
to having soft spots and to share those
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Szczypinski's iatHcr was an Ail
American wrestler at Johns Hopkins
and wanted his son to, attend his alma
mater. However, his son chose UNC
"It was a pretty easy transfer down
here because all of the older guys helped
out the younger guys," he said. "The
coaches also had a conference at the
beginning of the year with us and that
Besides playing lacrosse, Szczypinski
and his three brothers enjoy boating,
lishing, scuba diving and skiing. "He
admits he is just a laid back kind of
guy who likes to hang out with the other
lacrosse players. Coach Scroggs said his
quiet, unassuming manner has helped
him on the field greatly.
Seivold said, "He's the kind of guy
who's not real vocal on the field but
controls the tempo by the way he plays."
I just want to play the best I can
at all times," Szczypinski added. "I don't
see any reason why we can't win it all
this year. We Ye got a lot of talent."
Scroggs says Szczypinski has his best
years ahead of him and if that is true
the team should do well and has a good
shot at winning it all. If not this year,
as they say, he's always got next year
and maybe the. next three.
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feelings, he said.
"Life is too short to be serious and
too short to be frivolous," he said
."Whatever you should be, is a person
who engages in what he or she is doing."
Although he didn't have two or three
children like his father, Cameron said,
he felt like he had 2,000 children. He
didn't think his students were kids, he
said, but he felt like a parent because
he was able to pass his values on to
"I'm sort of in love with my destiny,"
Cameron said quoting author Isak
Dinesen. He said he, himself, had the
best of all possible worlds. "You have
a mission to share your luck."
Finally, quoting Alastir Reid's "Curi
osity," Cameron said, "Curiosity won't
cause us to die only lack of it will."
After wishing his students joy in
whatever they gave their lives to, pride
in themselves, and pride in their
curiosity, Cameron said, "I promised
you all I'd do this I wish you all
a good night," and he threw his red tie
to the audience.
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