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The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, November 5 19869
"Block seatimg to be
available for hoops
From staff reports
There will be block seating in the
Smith Center this year, and groups
of 20 to 40 may send a representative
to sign up for block seats between
8 a.m. and noon on the dates listed
below. Blocks should be submitted
to the ticket office window at the
When representatives submit for
a block they must turn in all athletic
passes. The blocks will be randomly
drawn and the results posted by 3
p.m. that day at the Smith Center
and the Carolina Athletic Associa
tion in the Student Union. If the
block was unsuccessful, representa
tives may have athletic passes
returned at that time. All successful
blocks may be picked up the follow
ing day between noon and 5 p.m.
at the Smith Center.
Due to scheduling difficulties,
there will be no block seating for the
following games: Yugoslavia, Stet
son, Miami, Jacksonville, Illinois or
Also, tickets are still available for
the Miami and Stetson games and
can be picked up at the Smith Center
ticket office between 8 a.m. and 5
Game Turn In Pick Up R$g&srst
Maryland Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Dec. 1
N.C. State No Blocks No Blocks Jan. 7
6a. Tech Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 12
Virginia Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 19
Wake Forest Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 26
Marquette ETSU Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 2
Clemson Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 9
Duke Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 16
yiNC Affiled of the VJeoli
Harris Barton may appear to be
an unlikely choice for this week's
coveted Athlete of the Week. After
all, Mark Maye, Derrick Fennerand
Eric Streater all had standout days
But it was Barton, an all
conference tackle, who was forced
to move to center for 38 plays during
the game and performed brilliantly.
Barton played in all 103 snaps for
the Tar Heels Saturday, and has been
the acknowledged leader of the
offensive line corps all season in both
words and action, as Lee Gliarmis
(see press conference article) will
Barton also received recognition
last week, being selected as one of
the NFL Foundation and Hall of
Fame Scholar-Athletes for 1986. A
good week, Harris, or as you would
say, "An exuberantly acute, raptu
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The Cost of Dressing a College
1 . Helmet with face mask $ 1 23.00
2. Shoulder pads $105.00
3. Game jersey and pants $58.75
4. Rib, hip and thigh pads $44.00
5. Practiceuniforms $43.75
6. Shoes $36.00
7. Hand protector $20.00
8. Girdle pads $17.00
9. Knee pads $8.00
10. Elbow forearm guard
11. Socks $2.00
12. Mouthpiece $1.25
Total - $463J5
Source: Sport Magazine
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Volleyball takes AC C toy beating State
By PHYLLIS A. FAIR
Anybody who spent Tuesday night sitting
behind a television set watching the election
returns instead of in Carmichael Auditorium
missed a night full of thrills, chills-and more
spine-tingling excitement than a James Bond
The UNC volleyball team defeated N.C.
State 15-12, 15-2, 12-15, 13-15 and 15-10,
before a vocal Carmichael crowd and clinched
the regular season ACC title.
The Tar Heels went into Tuesday's night
match with a 6-0 conference record knowing
that in order to take the title they had to
We know we have to beat them," assistant
coach Kevin Kirk said before the match. "It's
going to be a dog fight, and it's going to take
Both squads saw their fair shares of lead
changes and ties throughout the entire match.
In the first game of the match UNC saw
sophomore Andrea Wells spiking from the
left and from the right. One minute she wasn't
there and the next she was, attacking like a
phantom but scoring like a machine. She had
25 kills on the night.
In a match that could have gone either way
UNC had some key plays not only from the
phantom but also from the entire offense,
which played with a higher confidence level
and with more maturity than it has most of
the season. There were times throughout the
match when UNC played like a team
consisting of upperclassmen rather than
THe balancing act of the first game gave
way to a UNC-dominated second game in
which the Tar Heels took control of the ccurt.
UNC rolled to an early 6-1 lead in game two,
when the State coach decided it was time to
call a timeout. The timeout didn't work,
because not long after UNC took the game,
with State scoring just two points.
With a two game lead the third seemed
like a minor technicality, but that was not
the case. The Tar Heels confidence level and
maturity went right out the window along with
the the next two games.
UNC's biggest point deficit came in game
four when the Wolfpack took an 6-0 lead.
The Tar Heels tried to make a late game
comeback and came within one at 13-12, but
fell just short.
The problems in the third and fourth games,
according to assistant coach Jolene Nagel,
were that the passes were lower, and the setter
wasn't able to run the offense like she should
have. "We were giving them easy balls, and
we became very pensive."
One might have expected UNC to crack
in the final game, but the Tar Heels rode a
solid defense to the win and the ACC title.
Wells had six spikes in the game, and UNC
returned to the discipline which gave them
the first two games.
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