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8The Daily Tar Heel Monday, March 27, 1989
All-stars smash pool records
By NEIL AMATO
Alter all the hype, after all the
pressure. Janet Evans finally came
Saturday, before a live television
audience and a rowdy Koury Nat
atorium crowd. Evans, a triple-gold
medalist in Seoul, capped off last
week's U.S. Swimming Short Course
Nationals with an American record
9:25.49 in the 1. 000-yard freestyle.
The Placentia. Calif, natives time
shattered by almost three seconds
Tiff any Cohen's old mark, set in 1 985.
Despite Evans' performance,
which included wins in the 500-yard
free and 400-yard individual medley,
the Phillips Performance Award was
given to 1 5-year-old Mary Ellen
Blanchard. a native of Norcross,
Ga.. established American records in
the 1 00- and 200-yard breaststrokes
and swam the fourth fastest 200 1M
in history to garner the honor.
With Blanchard done swimming,
Saturday was Evans' day to shine.
Evans knew she was near record
pace because her lap counter and best
friend Nicole Williamson was holding
the numbers straight in the water.
"My coach told Nicole to shake it
(the number board) if 1 was behind,"
an ecstatic Evans said. "But she held
it straight, so I knew I was on."
Another reason Evans knew she
was within reach of the old mark was
the crowd, which, according to
Evans, helps her in long races.
"After every 100 I heard them," the
17-year-old high school senior noted.
"Forty laps is a long way to go
without the crowd."
Evans, ahead of her competition
by nearly 25 yards, thought the
crucial point in her swim came just
after the halfway point.
"At the 600 I wanted to pick it up
because I usually fall off (pace) at the
500." Evans said. "I looked at
Tiffany's record and 1 saw she picked
it up there, so I knew 1 would have
to go faster also."
On Friday, Evans' day off, Blan
chard was the one who put on a show.
America's newest swimming darling,
who is the granddaughter of 1945
Heisman Trophy winner "Doc"
Blanchard and daughter of UNC
alumnus and All-America tight end
Tony Blanchard, competed in two
individual events and a relay for her
Dynamo club. After defeating 1988
Olympian Tracey McFarlane and
setting a new American mark in the
100 breaststroke ( 1 :00.66), Blanchard
won the 200 1M in spectacular
fashion, coming from behind to
capture her third individual win in
1:58.66. Blanchard then dragged her
tired body to anchor her team's 400
yard free relay.
"I'm really proud of my body for
holding up tonight," the exhausted
high school sophomore said. Blan
chard described her record-breaking
win in the 100 breaststroke.
"Tonight was neat, not to just beat
her (McFarlane), but to swim next
to her," Blanchard said. "The first 50
felt really good. I thought she was
next to me so I got scared. 1 thought
'Maybe she's beating me.' But then
I just said 'Don't worry about it, just
go to the wall.' 1 didn't hear my time,
so when 1 looked back, I couldn't
What everyone could believe about
this meet was it was the best the
United States had to offer. Besides
Blanchard 's American record in the
200 breast (2:09.06), 32 pool records
were set in 34 events. The competition
included several Olympians, includ
ing gold-medalist Anthony Nesty,
200- and 400-yard 1M world record
holder Tamas Darnyi of Hungary
and Jill Sterkel, who has been a
member of four U.S. Olympic
Nesty. a citizen of Surinam who
defeated Matt Biondi in Seoul for the
gold in the 100 butterfly, was upset
by UNC graduate Dirk Marshall.
Marshall, swimming for his self
formed club, Boston Scrod, nipped
Nesty, 47.53 to 47.68.
On Friday, however, Nesty swam
an inspired 200 fly to win with a pool
record time of 1:46.02. With the
amount of training he had done,
Nesty was pleased with his swim.
"1 wanted to go about 1:45, but
I went a little slower," said the 21
year old, who will swim for the
University of Florida. "You could see
by my last 25 that I hadn't been doing
much work at all."
Nesty added that losing to Mar
shall didn't bother him that much.
"You can't win everything, you
have to lose sometimes," Nesty said.
"He just had a great race. I had a
bad last turn and he won. He deserves
all the credit."
Darnyi, who has been training with
the Hungarian National Team in
Chapel Hill for a month, was the
other big headliner of the meet. After
being disqualified on Wednesday in
the 400 IM for using an incorrect pull,
Darnyi came back on Saturday to win
the 200 IM. Although his time wasn't
up to par, he was happy with the
"I'm not worried about my times
right now," Darnyi said through an
interpreter. "I'm just glad I won. My
time was slower because we (the
Hungarians) have been training hard
for the last month."
fate overcomes 'Bilotta, UNC
By BETHANY LITTON
Before UNC's final gymnastics
meet against N.C. State Thursday,
UNC's three seniors, assistant
coaches Amy Bincarousky and
Heather Trethewey, and gymnast
Kristin Bilotta received flowers and
thanks from their teammates for four
But Bilotta's most memorable
tribute was her 36.85 all-around
score, her highest combined total in
her UNC career. "She went out in
style," UNC coach Derek Galvin said.
Unfortunately, the Tar Heels
ended their season with a close 1 88.85
to 187.15 loss to the Wolf pack. UNC
had to win by 4.5 points to advance
to regional competition. "We knew
going in that it was going to be
tough," Galvin said.
Even though the team fell short,
UNC had excellent individual perfor
mances. Freshman Angie Denkins
took first in the all-around compe
tition and sophomore Carrie Suto
took third behind State's Karen Tart.
Denkins will compete in the
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regional meet in Lexington, Ky.,
Saturday in the individual category.
She is probably among the top six
gymnasts in the country at this point,
Galvin said, and a strong perfor
mance at regionals will advance her
The team is hoping to send Suto
to Lexington as well. She has been
right on the border of a qualifying
score, and her last two meets have
been strong, Galvin said.
Denkins' all-around title broke her
only school record by .1, and she also
set a UNC record on the uneven bars
with her near-perfect score of 9.9.
The teams were within two points
on every event, with the Tar Heels
edging out State on the vault and the
In the vaulting event, Denkins
executed a powerful vault with a solid"
landing for a 9.7, followed by Carey
Buttlar of the Wolfpack with a
smooth 9.6 vault and UNC sopho
more Debbie Sigler with a 9.55. Sigler
and Suto both performed their best
vaults of the year, Galvin said.
The uneven bars was the strongest
event for Bilotta, who earned a 9.7
with a graceful routine. She finished
second to Denkins' record-setting 9.9.
Third place on the bars was shared
by Jill Bishop, Jennifer Jansen and
Karen Tart of State, all of whom
brought home scores of 9.65.
Galvin said Bilotta, Denkins, and
freshman Susan Williams all turned
in outstanding performances for the
Tar Heels on the bars. "That was the
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best bar routine IVe seen Kristin do
in four years," he said.
On the balance beam, Tart's almost
flawless routine earned . her a first
place 9.8, followed by her teammate
Cheri Tester, who scored a 9.65.
Sigler placed third with a 9.6 for her
command of the four-inch beam.
Denkins' beam performance was a
prime display of her style and talent,
and she exuded confidence through
out until she fell on her dismount.
The fall automatically cost her .5 of
a point, so her 9.4 score would have
been a 9.9 with a strong dismount.
In the final event, the floor exercise,
Denkins captivated the crowd with
her dance moves and tumbling runs
for a 9.8, but she took second to Tart's
energetic 9.85. Buttlar's routine,
accompanied by a dramatic change
of tempo, brought her a third-place
9.65. UNC sophomore Melissa Leo
nard turned in her strongest floor
performance of the year, Galvin said.
Galvin said he was pleased with the
note their season ended on. "Today
I saw it come together," he said. "It
made the whole season worth it."
The Tar Heels were kept out of
regionals not by their performances
in the past month, Galvin said, but
by the injuries and illnesses which
plagued the team in February.
UNC fought back and earned
excellent team totals in their last six
meets, despite the- fact .that five of
them were on the road.
But the team was glad to return
to Carmichael Auditorium for its last
meet. Gavin added: "Tonight was one
of the most exciting meets all year,
if not the most exciting."
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56,000i miles. Loaded, Sunroof, new '
Kleber' tires, excellent condition! i
$8900 neg. Call John at 929-3750.
FOR SALE-Blue 1982 Chevrolet G-)
tation, four doors with automatic '.
transmission, power steering, power
brakes, clean, air, V6 engine, good
mileage. Price $2000. Call 962 -0064.933497.
FOR SALE; 1979 HONDA AC-!
CORD HATCHBACK. Good tires.
runs great. Faded, but dependable. '
$900. Call 542-1080. ;
GRADUATES! Reward yourself with
1984 MAZDA RX7 GSL-SE. Load-'
ed! Sunroof. Low miles. Garage kept. .
Sharp! Leaving country. Must sell! '
Valued at $7900. Make offer. 542-,
MUST SELL! 1983 OLDS DELTA
'88. Excellent condition, AC. Book',
value - $4650, my price $2300.
That's right, a HALF-PRICE car!
Don't miss this chance. 1-584-5548.
DEAD TICKETS FOR SALE Thurs.
330 in Greensboro. Best offer. Call
Andrew at 933-3235 between 4 pm
and 10 pm.
DEAD TICKETS NEEDED: I have
excellent Pittsburgh tickets to trade
for Friday night Greensboro tickets.
(202) 387-2939. Ask for Greg.
DEAD TICKETS NEEDED! Will trade .
amazing seats (J wo for each night)
for both Pittsburgh shows for the
same combination of Greensboro
Tickets! Call Collect: 802-459-2788. ;
DEAD TICKETS NEEDED: I have;
excellent Pittsburgh tickets to trade
for Fri. night Greensboro tickets. :
(202) 387-2939. Ask for Greg.
DESPERATELY SEEKING DEAET
TICKETS for Friday 331. Will pay al-
most anything. Call 942-4354 and'
DESPERATELY NEED TWO REM
TICKETS. Will pay TOP DOLLAR for .
any seats. If you can help, call 933
GREAT REM TICKETS. Call Tom'
between 7 and 9 pm at 933-2445.-Best
NCAA FINAL FOUR. 4 tick
ets, 303 level, $350 each or
best offer. (213) 944-0195
(days) or (714) 624-4614
FOR SALE: FENDER ACOUSTIC
GEMINI GUITAR, GC, only $105,
Schwinn Mesa Runner ten speed
bike only $110, good condition, will'
negotiate. Cay Ed, 942-4253, r,
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
All real estate advertising in this news
paper is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limitation or
discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex or national origin, or an
intention to make any such preference,
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all dwellings adver
tised in this newspaper are available on
an equal opportunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1
800 424 8590.
BETTER THAN CHANCELLOR'
SQUARE. Two bedroom condomin-i
iums on Church St., starting at,
$72,500. Excellent owner financing,
available. For information, call John
Goddin. at Chapel Hill Realty, 942-i
4149 or 929058.
CHANCELLOR SQUARE. 2 bed ;
room, 2 bath townhouse, easy walk:
to campus or downtown shopping.;
All appliances including washerdry-'
er. Only $79,000. Call Mike Beam,,'
Chapel Hill Realty, 942-4 149 or 929-'
MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR SALE.'
BY OWNER. Attractively furnished
for four. $76,000 furnished, $79,000!
unfurnished. Call collect (704) 892
3940 after 6 pm.
WOULDNT YOU REALLY RATHER'.
LIVE at Mill Creek? 2 Bedroom.r?
Bath units with all appliances. Walk'
to campus. Attractive 95 financing,
from $78,000. Call Mike Beam,
Chapel Hill Realty, 942-4149 or 929-:
2 BEDROOM DOWNTOWN TOWN
HOUSE FOR RENT. Call Joe. 609-683-4247.
APT. FOR RENT -Summer sessions.
Fully furnished. Two bedrooms. Call
968-7679 after 5.
APT. FREE RENT. In ex
hange for 18 hours
houseyard work weekly.
Furnished one bedroom, full
bath, kitchen, living room.
Private entrance. In country,
four miles to campus.
Couple only. References re
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 2 bed
room 1 bath Kingswood Apt. on J
busline. $358mo. with March rent
free. Call 542-1690 evenings.
MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR RENT:
for 4 non-smoking people. Attractive
ly furnished. Washerdryer, dish
washer, cable, 2 Bdr., 2 bth, pool,
tennis courts, walk to campus. Call
SUBLEASE OUR ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT for the summer. Walk
ing distance to campus. Free parking
and water. Call 942-0872.
ROOMMATES WANTED for 2 bed
room furnished condo 4 miles frqm
UNC. 2 12 baths, kitchen, living
room, pool, bus service, tennis
courts. Call Durham, 489-8747. :
NON-SMOKING FEMALE SEEKS
ROOMMATE for 2BR-1BA large du
plex. Wooded lot, storage, F eve
ning buslines. $187.50 12 bills.
Deposit. Prefer serious student. 929
3888 evenings. Available now.