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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 10, 1989, Page 7, Image 7

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The Daily Tar Heel Friday, February 10, 19897 ports Tar Heel swimmers" soak up win at State By ERIC WAGNON Staff Writer RALEIGH - "I always love beating State. There's nothing more to it than that," head UNC swim coach Frank Comfort said following his mens 131-H2 victory over the host Wolf pack. The victory gave UNC a 27-26 lead in the all-time series against their Raleigh rivals. "In December 5, they beat us. It's the first time since then that they've really seriously challenged us," Com fort said. "They're a vastly improved team and they really wanted to beat us." In the most dramatic finish of the night, freshman Cameron Cole over took State's Brian Dowling in the last length of the final freestyle leg of the 200 I M to win with a time of 1:55.26. UNC racked up 16 points with a 1-2-3 finish in the 500 free. Freshman Ron ZuWallack came from behind to win the event. ZuWallack never looked back after taking over the lead 10 lengths into the race, finishing in 4:37.49. Marc Ferguson and Ralph . Vick followed ZuWallack's lead to finish second and third, respectively. "Tonight was a night when we raced to win events and do a lot of . other scoring," Comfort said. "We won the key races and that's what was critical." Comfort now feels that his swimmers have gained confidence for the upcoming ACC meet, to be held in Chapel Hill February 23-25. UNC swimmers finished 1-2 in the shortest freestyle event of 50 yards and in the longest of 1,000 yards. Chris Himebauch and Marc Croggan captured the honors in the 50 free while Ferguson and Jim Crampton t Mississippi Burning 7:15 9:45 Accidental Tourist 7:00 9:30 l!.felil!fcr t... yf.i:....Tr.'.T..ti. Falling for a beautiful woman can bq.murder! TOM SELLECK is er A Romantic Comedy 1 i'Hi i rim -! ,in r,i 1 1,, 1 1 ii i i in mi mi m - rjyZ 7??) h 7 Shows Nightly (M Mmilblk I 7:059:05 I w cfysz&ts imSfiXJ :vm- J sat & Sun Mat V. A U J 2:054,05 rL 11 "' ' " I.. ii. n ..iiiiiiiii,.,,, ...i-,, in , u.im I I.. Mil, , i Nick Nolte f! -t. ,---- PG -13 P"TI STRONGLY CAUTIONED -IS- Shows 7:10 9:10 Nightly Sat & Sun Matinee 2:104:10 combined for another 13 points in the distance event. A 1-2 finish in the 200 fly equally helped UNC's team score, with Chris Languell finishing in 1:51.12 and John Davis in 1:54.55. Croggon in the 100 free and Davis in the 200 free rounded out a Tar Heel sweep of the freestyle events. Both garnered first place finishes with Croggan winning in 46.60 and Davis clocking in at 1:41.40. Commenting on the overall rivalry, Comfort said, "One of the fun things is that this takes us ahead in the all time series. That means something to an old man. It may not to (the UNC swimmers)." Comfort added, "We had been leading in that series until 1976, and then they gradually caught up with us." State's strong diving corps helped the Wolfpack keep the meet close. State's Simon Jackson edged out Tar Heel Nunzio Esposito in the one meter event. In three-meter compe tition, Wolfpack divers held senior Andy Hunter and Esposito to third -and fourth-place finishes. UNC sophomore Matt Countie appeared headed for a victory in the 200 backstroke, but State's Steve Bradshaw caught him at the 150-yard mark and coasted in with a time of 1:53.15. Countie finished second in 1:54.82. Several Tar Heel swimmers chal lenged State's Adam Fitzgerald in the 200 breaststroke. However, Fitzge rald fended off an early challenge by UNC's Gary Gauch and John Fischetti. Nick NorteMartin Short Three Fugitives Shows Ntehtlv 7:109:10 CG ") Sat & Sun Matinee 2:104:10 Tom Sellocfc HER ALIBI Shows Nightly 7:059:05 (PG) Sat & Sun Matinee 2:054:05 Harrison For dMelanl Griffith Working Girl Shows Nightly 7:009:15 R Sat & Sun Matinee 2:004:15 Martin Short t They rob banks. She steals hearts. THREE .a 1989 ToiJchstone Pictures I.JvnnnHnBBBnBHMiMHI w mm N.C. State back and gave that extra effort," N.C. State coach Jim Valvano said. "We threw away all our junks and tricks. In fact, I think we played straight man (defense) for about 35 minutes." Monroe. State's leading scorer this year, suffered through a 7-for-23 day in Chapel Hill, but the 6-3 sophomore was definitely on this time. His back-to-back treys midway through the first half staked State to a 29-17 lead. Monroe's point total reached 15 on a baseline leaner at 5:07, but soon thereafter Monroe picked up his third foul and went to the bench for the. half's final 4:05. Rather than fold, State actually increased its 37-30 lead, using eight points from reserve guard Kelsey Weems to outscore UNC 13-4 into the locker room. The Wolfpack shot 59.4 percent (19-32) from the field in the opening period and held an 18-7 rebounding edge. J.R. Reid scored UNC's first seven points and had 14 by the 6:28 mark, but the big junior managed only one more attempt the rest of the night. He spent the majority of the second half watching from the bench as UNC chased on defense and bombed from the outside on offense. State built its biggest lead of the night at 61-39 on Brown's three-point play with 16:04 remaining. Senior guard Jeff Lebo, who was held scoreless in the Clemson loss, tried to rally the Tar Heels, pouring in 20 of his team-high 22 points after the break. Galleria 400 S. Elliott Rd. Varsity "Intelligent, witty, entertaining decadence. Malkovich's intelligence and strength shape the audience's response. Nothing Miss Close has done before approaches the richness and comic delicacy of her elegant performance." Vincent Canby. THE NEW YORK TIMES i 1 V AWHVb , V (1 - . V , S,"V..' -i .- J A' r v y.'j-y. :c-x-:cv:w:xvwi: v WARNER BROS, iw L0RIMARflLM ENTERTAINMENT ftdwf NFH LIMITEDProdutn GEENN CLOSE JOHN VOLKOVICH MICHELLE Pf Elf f E DANGEROUS LIAISONS SW00SIE KURTZ KE ANL REEV ES MILDRED N ATWICKd UMA THLRMAN v.u b. GEORGE FENT0N h,, CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON dhon,, ,.filES LIAISONS DANGERELSES" b CH0DERL0S DE LACL0S b. CHRISTOPHER R D.rti EXCLUSIVE REGIONAL PREMIERE TODAY! 1:40 o 3:50 6:00 8:15 10:30 "THE OM INDISPUTABLE MASTERPECEOFALL THE FEMS RELEASED LY1988." y-. -Chtrln Tivlor. BOST0SPH0ESTX 13 J !A.IA.iQvr3 UNC narrowed the deficit to 87 78 with 3:22 to play on Pete Chilcutt's second three-pointer of the night. But Monroe hit two free throws, Lebo threw the ball away and Weems broke free for a back door jam to seal the outcome. The DTH Campus Calendar is a dail listing of University-related activities sponsored by academic departments, student services and student organizations officially recognized by the Division of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus Calendar, announcements must be submit ted on the Campus Calendar form by NOON one business day before the announcement is to run. Saturday arid Sunday events are printed in Friday's calendar and must be submitted on the Wednesday before the announcement is to run. Forms and a drop box are located outside the DTH office, 104 Union. Items of Interest lists ongoing events from the same campus organizations and follows the same deadline schedule as Campus Calendar. Please use the same form. Friday Noon UCPPS will hold an experiential learning workshop in 209 Hanes on internship basics and how to find one. 1 p.m. The Muslim Stu dents' Association will hold Friday prayers at the Union. Check front desk for room number. For further information call 933 6738. 5 p.m. Finance Commit tee Student Con $3900 per dozen Love tote filled with Roses, a unique Purple Puddle specialty Orchid Basket Spring flowers Wonderful SURPRISES for your Valentine Gifts Flowers Behind Squids 967-2919 EAST FRANKLIN CHAPEL HILL Qfi7-R665 1 5 atMii4 "A triumph of great artistry and distinction. Lavish and hypnotic like a Faberge spider web. The finely tuned cast work in perfect harmony." Rex Reed :t;.!''X- HAMPTON p-rdm NORMA HEYMAN HANK M00NJE AN STEPHEN FREARS "OUTRAGEOUS, ENDEARING, ; - Elliott Stein. VILLAGE VOICE 1RCH SONG I fl II I II! SSsm -A "It's disappointing, but life goes on," UNC's Steve Bucknall philoso phized. "They were fired up. They had lost two games in a row, and they really wanted to beat us. They were just a step quicker than us all night." Chris Corchiani, State's point Campus Calendar gress announces that budget requests are due in Suite C. 7 p.m. Baha'i Club will be holding a talk on "We're talking about a spiritual revolution," in the Frank Porter Gra ham Lounge. The Ebony Readers and Onyx Theatre will hold spring audi tions in Upendo Lounge. Prepare one selection and be pre pared to do another impromptu. Union Film Com mittee will show "Eight Men Out," a recreation of the 1919 Chicago White Sox scandal, in the Union auditorium. Admission is $1.50. gas station attendant, game show addict and Howard Hughes. Jason Robards stars. Free admission. Second showing at 9:30 p.m. Midnight Union Film Com- . mittee will show "This is Spinal Tap," a rocku mentary spoof that mentions UNC in the , film, in the Union Aud itorium. Admission is $1. Sunday 4 p.m. Lab Theater will present Tennessee William's "Suddenly Last Summer" in 06 Graham Memorial. Second performance at 8 p.m. Ticket distribu tion begins 45 minutes before each perfor mance. Admission is free. 5 p.m. WXYC FM 89.3 will air "Northern Hemis pheres Live," a call-in talk show with hosts Thomas and Jonathan. Mystery guests this Saturday 7 p.m. Union Film Com mittee will show "Mel vin and Howard," a Johathan Demme film loosely based on a real encounter between a A $3.00 UNTIL 6 PM DAILY r A iflKI 2 'BEST ACTING OF TOM CRUISE'S CAREER... Fascinating. . .Touching. . .Full of surprises." - David Ansen, NEWSWEEK "itjeitit DAZZLING TOUR-DE-FORCE PERFORMANCES by Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman." - Rex Reed, AT THE MOVIES "ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST. Dustin Hoffman's performance may stay with you the rest of your life." Jeffrey Lyons, SNEAK PREVIEWS D U T I N HOFFMAN I a BARRY RAIN MAN UV A Why should "BEACHES"be your next movie? Just Ask Anyone Who Has Seen It! 4 ( VU1' V BETTE MIDLER BEACHES ONCE IN A LIFETIME YOU MAKE A FRIENDSHIP from page 1 guard, added 12 points and 10 assists in 39 minutes. u RECYCLE This Newspaper I week will have some- f thing to do with live , music in Chapel Hill. " 7 p.m. Union Film Com mittee will show "Aj Tree Grows in Brook- ' lyn," an adaption of Chapel Hill native Betty Smith's novel ; about tenement life in. i Brooklyn at the turn of the century. Second 'J showing at 9:30 p.m. i! Admission is free. , Amnesty Interna tional Group 84 wilt hold an informal meet ing in 208 Union. All interested are welcome. Items of Interest ALL'ARTE, the artliterary magazine, will be accepting sub missions of original prose, poety and artwork in the Campus Y until Feb. 17. ' Senior 200 Race will continue at Ham's and Franklin Street Bar and Grill. "i Intramural team racquet ball entries are due Feb. 9. Call the IM REC Sports office for moi information. " J ELLIOT ROAD E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 ALL DAY TUES.(EXC. HOLIDAYS) ISiiQEo if ooaiaiE if GOLDEN GLOBES BEST PICTURE (Drama) BEST ACTOR (Drama) Dustin Hoffman o M CRUISE 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:30 R: LEVINSON film BARBARA HERSHEY 7 i iiiiiifn-YTf - ..m. T.:v f 2:10 4:40 7:10 9:40 f Trilogy 4:30 9:30 THAT LASTS FOREVER. HELD OVER BY DEMAND! 2:10 7:10 PG-13 TM 4th SMASH WEEKim PG-13 iDOLt3Y STEREO AT THIS THEATRE 5 I'm TOUCHSTONE PICTURES

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