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By LANGSTON WERTZ
Last week all Tar Heel sports fans were saddened
by the lack of a weekend preview in the paper. Due
directly to all of the clamorings by students and athletes
alike, we at the DTH are returning the ever-popular
UNC sports weekend forecasting extravaganza.
The boys of summer (and spring), the UNC baseball
team, will be on the road all weekend. Friday, the squad
takes on Maryland iri a 3 p.m. tilt, and then heads to
Charlottesville for a 2 p.m. contest with Virginia on
Saturday and a twinbill on Sunday. Last weekend, UNCy
knocked off Virginia with a grand slam in the ninth.
The Cavs will be looking to return the favor.
UNC is 22-1 1 overall and 8-4 in the ACC this season.
The Tar Heck boast a remarkable 17-0, record at
Boshamer Stadium and have outscored opponents 205
63 in Chapel Hill. Much of the reason for that has been
the one-two punch of Darin Campbell and Devy Bell.
Campbell, a freshman All-America last year, is batting
.333, while Bell has gone 13-for-28 in his last seven games
to boost his average to .341.
While the diamond boys will be playing one of their
most busy weekend schedules of the season, coach
Donna Papa's highly touted softball team will host the
Carolina Pride Invitational this weekend. The squad is
led by Lady K, Virginia Augusta (16-2-1, 0.46 ERA),
who averages nearly a strikeout per inning.
Sadly, all of the UNC teams will not be playing in
demolished like it used to."
Purdy's manager Alan Mason said
that business at the Franklin Street
nightclub has remained up because
of the club's policy of admitting 18-
19- and 20-year-olds. "We're
probably the only bar in town that
lets in underage people," he said.
"Business dropped when the law
changed, and it took a while to get
the people back out. But business
is great now."
Mason said that band and comedy
nights at Purdy's have helped bus
iness, and the tlub plans to revive
past draft beer specials sometime this
Beginning this summer, Burnett
plans to let underage people into
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due to the uncertainty of Chapel
Hill's new noise ordinance and the
tricky spring weather, he does not
plan to have many tands until
summer school starts.
The bar managers and owners
contacted said they have not had
many problems with people using
fake driver's licenses to get into bars.
"The (kids) who still have them
have damn good IDs," Burnett said.
"There are still some trying to get
in on fake IDs, but you can usually
take a look at the state seal and tell
if they're fake."
Kirkpatrick said fewer underage
students are trying to get into
Henderson Street Bar than in the
past. When a student hands Kirk
patrick an out-of-state license, he
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the beautiful confines of Chapel Hill this weekend. Jeff
Chambers and Eddie Stewart will lead the men's tennis
team into the ACC tSurney at Charlottesville, Va., and
both track teams will be in the ACC tourney in Atlanta.
The UNC lacrosse team, fresh off the heels of a 22
3 wasting of the Roanoke Maroons, will tote a 7-2 record
to Duke for a 2 p.m. match with the Blue Devils. The
Tar Heels are No. 3 in the nation and will be facing
a Duke team which got its first ACC win in 10 years
last weekend, when it defeated Virginia at home.
UNC freshman defenseman Joe Breschi said after the
Roanoke game, "I was just happy to be in there.
Hopefully 111 get in against Duke as well. One can
only hope Breschi will see action amidst a runaway UNC
Finally, the men's golf team will be in Greensboro
to partake in the ACC Tournament, where UNC and
Tar Heel John Hughes are defending team and defending
individual champions. This year, the key word in ACC
golf is parity. There is such an equality of talent that
UNC coach Devon Brouse is wary of being overly
confident that the Tar Heels can retain a title it has
won four out of the last six years.
"On paper, youVe got to say weVe got a chance,"
Brouse said. When asked if this tourney had the deepest
field ever, Brouse said, "It could be. A good argument
could be made for that."
Well, there it is, Tar Heel sports fans. Enough sports
to shake our collective sticks at'.
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consults a book that contains pic
tures of valid licenses from every
state. "If the license doesn't match,
they don't get in," he said.
Meyland, who has had some
trouble with the Alcohol Law
Enforcement Board on' the issue of
underage drinkers using fake IDs,
said he plans to order one of those
books to help him detect fake IDs.
"1 cant afford to get caught because
someone had a good fake ID," he
There are not too many instances
of fake ID use at Purdy's, Mason
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said. "An 18 year-old will come up
and want to drink, but a lot of the
people just come to party.
"I don't think we've had as much
of a problem as other bars," he said.
The bar owners expressed discon
tent over the new law, saying that
enforcing existing laws would have
been a better method of dealing with
alcohol problems. But they said they
will abide by the new law and
conduct business as best they can.
"You gotta take the bad with the
good," Kirkpatrick said. "It doesn't
do you any good to cry about it."
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Junior Kevin McGorty is lead
ing the way for the Tar Heel track
team at the ACC track and field
championships in Atlanta, Ga.,
this week, as he successfully
defended his decathlon title.
McGorty's 7,254 points earned
him the title, but his total was
short of qualifying for the NCAA
Championsip. He won three of
the ten events, capturing the long
jump and the high jump on
Wednesday and the pole vault
Thursday, with a height of 15-5.
The Westfield, N.J., native was
followed by Marco Meulink of
N.C State, who had 6,937 points,
and John Perry of Maryland,
who finished with 6,687.
Meanwhile, Tar Heel Jill Iriz
arry captured the heptathlon title
with a score of 4,968. Irizarry also
took three events, taking the high
jump Wednesday and the long
jump and the 800 meters
Two Georgia Tech athletes
were just behind Irizarry, as Pam
Thomas took second with 4,747
points and Wanda Durden took
third with 4,270. UNC's Tracey
Cooke and Chryss Watts'finished
fifth and sixth, respectively.
After the first two days of
competition, UNC leads the men
with 10 points, while Maryland
and State are tied for second
second place with eight. In the
women's division, Tech leads with
14, UNC is close behind with 13
and Maryland has four.
Georgia Tech's George C.
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home of the bulk of the individual
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teams, UNC hopes some strong
individual performances and
precision relay running will
entrench both of the Tar Heel
teams in the top eschelon of ACC
Freshman Mia Pollard should
challenge in both the 100 and 400
meter dashes. The, native of West
Point, Va., boasts times in both
events during the regular season
that rank her among the confer
Another freshman, Kim Aus
tin, hopes to duplicate the times
and distanpes that rank her near
the top in the long jump, 100
meter hurdles and triple jump.
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however, and junior Jill Irizarry
will use her experience and skill
to maintain her position as one
of the top 400-meter hurdle
runners among the women:
The women's team will also rely
heavily on the strength of fresh
man Kelly Joyce and junior Kelly
Williams. Joyce owns the season's
best discus mark of 138-1 1, while
Williams4 shot put of 41-1 tops
On the mens' side, UNC will
be looking to defending cham
pions Dave Fuhrmann (800) and
McGorty (pole vault) to repeat.
Fuhrmann, who earned All
America honors this past indoor
season in the 1,000-meters, went
on to finish eighth at the NCAA
outdoor championships as a
junior last year.
Tim Goad is another defending
champ competing for UNC. A
member of the defensive line for
the Tar Heel football team, he
was the 1986 titleist in the shot
In the other middle distance
race, the 1,500, the Tar Heels' Jim
Farmer and Johann Boakes
should contend for the ACC
crown. Farmer, a senior, was
runnerup in the event last year
and Boakes, a freshman, finished
third in the 1,500 in last year's
World Junior Championships.
Junior dashman Brad Sullivan,
coming back from an injury that
kept him out of the NCAA indoor
championships, is a strong can
didate to place in the 100 meters.
Brent Walker, a senior from West
Virginia, should place in the 110
hurdles and has a chance at a
victory in the 400 hurdles.
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