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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
October 3, 1970
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News Item: DENVER-The
Denver Rockets defied an American
Basketball Association rule and
began full-scale practice with rookie
Ralph Simpson in the training
ABA bylaws state that "no
player may practice with or play
with any team unless his contract
has been filed with the
commissioner and has been
approved by him."
If you believe in history
repeating itself, then that obscure
ex-Gamecock star Gary Gregor, and
had also picked ud Dave Newmark,
"the world's tallest hippie," from
the Chicago Bulls. O'Malley later
admitted to the Boston
Herald-Traveler that this unwritten
policy was one of the main reasons
why he stuck.
O'Malley, the last man of the
team, played only sparingly. He did
get into a nationally-televised game,
but it turned out to be his last
As the trading deadline of
ABA rule provided a precedent for February j5 approached, the
the Cougars' loss of Pete Maravich
to the Atlanta Hawks.
In the spring of 1969 the
Cougars drafted 6-5 forward
Grady O'Malley of Manhattan in
the fifth round. Similarly, the
Hawks took a chance on. O'Malley,
but they waited until the last round
of the NBA draft; he was the 212th
player of 2 1 6 to be drafted.
Having not exactly received a
vote of confidence for the NBA,
O'Malley decided to go to the
Cougar rookie camp. The only
hitch was that he and Bone
McKinney (already hoarding his
lootfor Pistol Pete) could not come
to salary terms, and here the ABA's
bylaw reared its ugly head.
Infuriated with the rule
Hawks, whose regular center Zelmo
Beatty was sitting out the season so
that he could jump to the Lost
Angeles Stars, began to eye the
situation in Detroit.
The Pistons, under a new Coach,
Butch van Breda Kolff, were having
their problems with journeyman
center Walt Bellamy, who was
infuriated at not playing more.
A few hours before the trading
deadline Sunday night, Detroit
traded Bellamy to Atlanta for a
high draft pick, and Grady
O'Malley found himself the
thirteenth player of a twelve-man
roster. He was cut Monday
A couple of months later, the
Hawks signed Pete Maravich,
The best-looking and the best-known
tied last Saturday in the first week of the
DTH predicting contest -but it wasn't for
Lana Starnes, undoubtedly one of the
best looking predictors around, and Tom
Beilo, the UNC student body president,
tied last week for last place. They
emerged with a 50 percent predicting
The two editors in the contest,
however, tied for first, with an impressive
first week total of eight correct
predictions and only two misses. Chris
Cobbs, DTH sports editor, and Tom
Gooding, DTH editor, each picked Perm
St. over Colorado and South Carolina
over State, their only incorrect guesses.
March Whicker, sports writer, and Al
Thomas, DTH assistant sports editor,
each picked seven of 1 0 correctly.
Whicker was the only member of the
group to correctly predict that Colorado
would upset Perm St. '
This week, the score, instead of the
winner, of the Duke-Ohio St. battle will ........
be predicted...for obvious reasons.
8-2 7-3 7-3 8-2 5-5 5-5
Cobbs Whicker Thomas Gooding Starnes Beilo
Miss.-AIa. Miss. Miss. Mis. Miss. Miss. Miss.
Fla.-State Fla. Fla. Fla. Fb. State Fla.
UNC-Vandy UNC UNC UNC UNC UNC UNC
Auburn-Ky. Aub. Ky. Aub. Aub. Aub. Aub.
Clemson-Ga. Tech. Tech. Tech. Tech. Tech. Tech. Tech.
Va. -Wake Forest WF WF Va. WF Va. Va.
ECU-West Texas St. WTS WTS WTS WTS WTS ECU
Notre Dame-Mich. St. ND ND ND ND ND ND
UCLA Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas
S.C.-Va.Tech S.C. S.C. SC. S.C. SC. SC.
Duke-Ohio St. 52-6 39-0 42-13 44-12 28-13 31-14
Top TeeMs Player
somewhat similar to pro football's burning the Cougars for the second
(described by placekicker Booth time in less than a year. Everybody
Lusteg as a system in which "you knows what happened to Maravich,
ju t get i tryout without being but what about O'Malley, "the
under contract, and they won't give cherub-faced strong boy"?
.'! contract without looking at He apparently contacted the
a '), O'Mallev reoorted to the Couears during the summer
JL C7 - C? - - y
Atlanta had embarked on a
program to get, to put it bluntly,
more white players on the club.
They "needed "tokens" 'to
complement the team's five" black
The Hawks had already traded
Paul Silar to Phoenix for
because his name was on their
rookie roster, but he never showed
up at their training camp. Probably
O'Malley realized that with three
new NBA expansion teams 'this
yearSB players' who Couldn't' have'
made the league last year can stick
this season. And more probably he
realized that he was one of them.
Fender Stratocaster with plush-lined
case Good sound. $150. Also, 1969 Honday
CB450 $550. Great buy. Call Scott Lee
1962 Jaquar XKE priced to sell $1400 or best
offer. Good condition, new top, wire wheels,
mechanically sound. 489-2847.
1957 Austin Healey 100-6. Outstanding
condition. Will consider trade. 967-3617.
NEED A ROOMATE? Lazy male sophomore
(that means within walking distance of
Campus) need apartment to live in. Applicant
good cook. Call Brant at 966-2408.
For Sale: 8x36 mobile home. Carpeted, 2
bedroom. (1 a study), AC, immaculate
condition. CHEAP Must be moved. 967-31 16
Help Wanted:--9 Monday thru Friday, 9-6 all
day Saturday. Apply in person to jack
Marlowe. 2 03 E. Main st., Carrboro,
Glamorama Dry Cleaners.
1967 MG convertible, white with black roof,
25,000 miles, almost new tires, 30 miles to the
gallon. $ 1,750. Call Durham collect. 383-1 148
after 8 p.m.
Lease for sale in Granville West. Call Steve
Johnson at 933-2638 or come by room 1728.
For sale: Two year old Revox A7 7 tape
deck $450, two month old Pioneer SA 900
amplifier-$200. Pioneer PL A25 turntable
with cartridge $ 100. Call 933-2685.
Tired of your dorm? Spend the weekend at the
"Plantation". Swimming, hiking and other
recreational activities available. Call 942-4816
for reservations. (Offer applies to females only).
Roommate wanted to share large (12 rooms) 4
bedroom completely ' furnished (even washer,
dryer, dishwasher) house in pleasant Durham
residential district. $50month. 48y- 1 .
1966 Jaguar XKE convertible. Excellent
running condition. Call 942-3277.
Anyone interested in starting a Chapel Hill Polo
Club call Harold Glascock F-l Camelot
SINGLE STUDENTS! Meet more members of
the opposite sex through NDS. All dates in
Chapel Hill. Most dates with UNC students. For
free details write Nationwide Dating Service,
P.O. Box 77346, Atlanta, Ga. 30309.
HELP WANTED Cooks, dishwashers, bus boys
and waitresses. Apply Golden West Steaks.
929-1230. Can work our schedule to fit yours.
JOEL, have you HONORED your Father and
Mother? Have you found new culture? JOEL
KRONEN BERG, on the threshold of ROSH
HASHONAH, please COME HOME to your
family, your people, and your heritage. OUR
hearts are breaking...WE LOVE YOU, WE
NEED YOU, SON!
Shetfield Farms Riding School. Hout Seat
equitation and jumping. Special group rates for
adult beginners. Located outside Chapel Hill.
Call Durham 489-497?
by Don Albright
DTH Sports Writer
From looking at Fred McNair, one
could gather that he does something very
well. But it might be several guesses
before tennis, which is what he does best.
Tennis works him hard, or possibly it
would be more accurate to say that he
works at tennis very hard.
From March until bad weather sets in
in the fall, tennis dominates his life. This
past tennis season might prove to be just
about typical for McNair during the next
three years in school here.
The UNC tennis team began its work
first and Fred worked quite well into the
scheme of things here.
For example, he won the ACC singles
title at the number two position and then
combined with Joe Dorn to take the
conference championship at the number
Unseeded, Fred then traveled to the
NCAA tourney in June in Salt Lake City.
In the first round he upset the number 1 9
seed player, only to lose two rounds later.
After the tournament, the college tennis
coaches of the US selected him to their
first All-American team.
Fred talked of his happiest memory
from playing tennis: "I would have to say
that it would be the first time my father
and I won the national father-son
"It was my father that got me started
on tennis, and I guess I idolized him quite
a bit. I was fifteen years old when we first
won that tournament, and the only way I
could describe that wonderful feeling
would be to say that it was just
something only two could share together
as a father and son."
Four times Mr. McNair and his son
have won the National Clay
championships and four times they have
been runner-ups in the grass
Fred is the first out-of-state player to
receive a full tennis scholarship to
Of his decision to come here he said:
"I would have to say that Jimmy Corn
would be the primary reason I chose
"Of course I love the school and the
coaching and facilities here are great, but
Jimmy was a real friend to me and kept a
steady correspondence up, telling me all
the things going on down here."
He added, "Probably my biggest
honor would be the fact that my team
mates have chosen me as a co-captain
along with Jimmy for next season's
Fred also said, in reference to his
individual game, that his serve, volley,
return serve, and overhead were probably
his strongest points. They got their
strength from playing tennis for nearly
the past twelve years.
In looking toward the future, McNair
expressed his desire "to do as well as I
can in my studies. Tennis will be a part of
my life till I'm 30 and will probably give
me a good background."
And so the Chevy Chase. MJ.
sophomore continues to improve his
tennis game, while at the same time
preparing for a long and brilliant future.
For you see, Fred McNair will jlwjys be
good at something.
Duke Battles No. 1
DURHAM-The last time Duke played
a team ranked number one in the nation,
it was an afternoon Blue Devil fans would
just as' soon forget. The Notre Dame
juggernaut of 1966, called by some the
best college football team ever assembled,
rolled over injury-plagued Duke, 64-0.
Duke must travel to Columbus, Ohio,
today to play the country's top team,
which has also been called one of
history's best, the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Wood Hayes' machine did nothing to
call its ability into question in rolling over
Texas A&M in its opener, 56-13. State
chalked up 513 yards total offense in the
Meanwhile, Duke was having its
second tough week in a row. scoring late
to beat Virginia, 17-7, after having
barely nipped Maryland 13 12 on a last
second field goal the previous week.
No contest? Don't bet on it.
The Blue Devils march north with the
nation's leader in pass completions and
the leader in receptions. Any team with
the passing combo of Leo Hart and Wes
Chesson, owner of all of Duke's passing
and receiving records, cannot be
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