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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 17, 1989, Page 11, Image 11

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Basketball '89The Daily Tar HeelFriday, November 17, 19893 l5Tjwiiil WHAT IF YOU DON'T GET INTO THE GRAD SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE? Sure, there are other schools. But why settle? Kaplan prep courses help students raise their scores and their chances of be ing admitted into their first-choice schools. Fact is. no one has helped STANLEY H. I API AN EDUCATIONAL CENTER ITO. students score higher! OTHER COURSES: MCAT, DAT, NQEX, NTE. CPA, BAR REVIEW, & OTHERS Enroll now before the fee increase CALL 489-8720 MAQECA THE NUTCRACKER: A PLAY adapted by Karl Joos from the stories of E.T.A. Hoffman One of the greatest 19th century fairy tales comes to the stage in a magical the ater adaptation not the ballet, but a new holiday event for the whole family. November 29 - December 23 Co-Produced by Wachovia Personal Trust Group INCREDIBLE STUDENT PASS AVAILABLE. With the Incredible Student Pass you can see The Nutcracker: A Play, plus three other great plays: Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare, True West by Sam Shepard, and The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. All for only $30! Or you can see the last three productions for only $25. Just show your student I.D. at the Paul Green Theater Box Office to buy your Student Pass. (Limit two per I.D.) All performances are in the Paul Green Theatre, Chapel Hill. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Tickets: 962-1121. Box office hours: 12-6pm Monday-Friday. R-E1-E-R-T-0-R-Y C-Q-M P AftY- "cr BASKETBALL 1989-90 CONTENTS Friday, November 17, 1989 4 For better or for worse? Can a team survive losing its three best players to the NBA? The Tar Heels will try to do just that on the strength of their powerful front line. By DAVE GLENN 13 How 'bout them Hoyas? Alonzo Mourning leads Georgetown on a hike to Denver, where they'll find Illinois, LSU and UCLA. North Carolina is picked ninth. By DAVE GLENN 15 Unfamiliar names hit the big time This year's All-America list may surprise you. It's time to shine for many previously unknown or underrated players. By MARK ANDERSON 16 The Rock After the hype, after the problems, after the injuries, Kevin Madden has finally become the cornerstone of a Tar Heel team. By ANDREW PODOLSKY 17 The Hard Place After overcoming tragedy and inconsistency, Scott Williams hopes his added strength can put opponents in a tight spot. By DAVE GLENN 18 Rick looks to out-Fox the competition After showing glimpses of stardom last year, Rick Fox hopes to use his versatility to explode on the wild world of college hoops. By JAMIE ROSENBERG 19 Where's the beef? It's in the North Carolina frontcourt, where a bulked up Pete Chilcutt hopes to make good use of his increased playing time in Dean Smith's 1989 rotation. By NEIL AMATO 24 The best from top to bottom Which conference has the most quality teams? Try the Big East, followed by the ACC and the Big Ten. By DOUG HOOGERVORST 26 Will Magic make Michael disappear? Don't bet on a repeat in the NBA. The Lakers return, but Jordan finally leads the Bulls to the promised land. By MARK ANDERSON COVER PHOTO BY DAVID SUROWIECKI MORE 5 Duke 6 Georgia Tech 7 N.C. State 8 Wake Forest 9 Virginia 10 Clemson 11 Maryland 12 UNC women's team 14 Hoop Notes 20 King Rice 21 Hubert Davis 22 George Lynch Matt Wenstrom 23 Henrik Rodl Kenny Harris 25 ..........;.....-.r.... Newcomers- BASKETBALL 1989-90 Editor: Dave "Buxom" Glenn Assistant Editors: Mark "Cadillac" Anderson, Andy "Two Peas in a" Podolsky, Scott "Tuborg" Gold and Jamie "Guns 'N" Rosenberg Photography: David Surowiecki Production: Greg "Barney" Miller and Stacy "Gone With the" Wynn Writers: Neil "Cus D'" Amato, Jason "Motel" Bates, John "Marlon" Bland-o, Laurie "Love Me" Dhue, Christina "To And" Frohock, Warren "Duncan" Hynes, Doug "Guess" Hoogervorst, David "Stanley" Kupstas, Bethany "Microwave" -; , Litton; Bobby "Derrick McCorskey" McCroskey, Brock "Wurst" : lllPifcfta&ieJlA Steve "Another Brick in the" Walston

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