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Friday, October 9, 1970
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Carolina Frosh Battle
State , Virginia Test
Tar Heel Soccer Team
After two easy wins over outside
opponents, Carolina's soccer team
receives ACC challenges from State today
and Virginia next Tuesday. Both games
begin at 3 p.m. on Fetzer Field.
Apparently Coach Marvin Allen has
fulfilled his goal of improving Carolina's
offense.
But ace forward Louis Bush may not
play today after hurting an ankle in the
Tar Heels' 10-1 conquest of Appalachian.
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"We've been moving a lot better on
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Reserve inside Carl Muster leads the
team so far with three goals. Bush had
two scores, both on penalty kicks, before
he was injured.
The Virginia game next Tuesday will
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By Howie Carr
The North Carolina freshman soccer
team lost its opening game of the season
Thursday to the Duke frosh, 1 -0.
The Blue Devils only goal came in the
second quarter, in a mix-up around the
Carolina goal. The score was credited to
Duke's right inside.
"r was impressed with the three
fullbacks," said UNC Coach Dennis
Hoagland after the game. "Mark Baldwin
played an outstanding game at center
Outlook
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by Mark Whicker
Sports HYiter
Hiding in the shadow of the UNC-USC
brawl this weekend are six
interconference games. ACC schools
should win at least three of them.
Mountaineer Field in Morgantown. W.
Va., a notoriously hostile setting for
visiting foes, has been taking a pounding
from a fierce group of running backs.
Duke ventures into WVU's home grounds
Saturday and should have no more
success than it did against Ohio State last
weekend.
Although the Mountaineers struggled
in last week's 1610 win over Indiana,
they ammassed an average of 602 yards
rushing in their first three wins.
Pete Wood is the ninth leading ground
gainer in the country, right behind Don
McCauley, and Jim Gresham was the
leading runner last season.
Coach Bobby Bowden moved Jim
Braxton to tight end, and Braxton scored
all 16 points against the Hoosier, snaring
two touchdown passes from Mike
Sherwood and booting a field goal and an
extra point.
Duke's previous showings against
nationally ranked opponents have been
impressive.
The Blue Devils lost narrowly to
Florida 2119 in the opener and
outhustled Ohio State in the first half last
Saturday. The Bucks rolled to a 34-10
victory in the last 30 minutes.
Leo Hart was held under 100 yards
passing, second lowest total of his career.
Coach Tom Harp enjoyed watching the
defensive films in the first half, when end
Bob Shinn harassed Buckeye QB Rex
Kern.
Steve Jones scored the only Blue Devil
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fullback. I hate to think what the score
might have been without him."
Baldwin injured his ankle with seven
minutes left in the fourth period. He later
returned to the contest, limping.
Coach Hoagland singled out three
other players for special praise; Bill
Brenizer, the left fullback, right halfback
Gerald Bush, who is the younger brother
of Tar Heel varsity star Louis Bush, and
goalie Win Bennett.
"It was a defensive game," commented
Hoagland. Duke had some very good
fullbacks. There were a lot of scoring
mistakes. At the beginning of the game
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touchdown, ran and received for 51 yards
and boomed several good punts.
There will be plenty of points scored
at Mountaineer Field, but WVU should
have two-thirds of them.
Clemson hosts Auburn this week after
losing to Georgia and Georgia Tech. The
Plainsmen rolled for 483 yards in a 33-15
victory over Kentucky and remained
undefeated.
If Archie Manning had decided to
become a Baptist deacon in Drew, Miss,
instead or pursuing his football career,
QB Sullivan might be receiving all of
Archie's publicity.
Receiver Terry Beasley may be the
best in the South west of Carlos Alvarez.
The Auburn defense held Cecil Bowens
and friends to 1 62 yards.
Ray Yauger is the second leading
rusher in the conference now after 110
yards at Georgia Tech. Defensive back
Jeff Siepe led the Tiger defense in the
28-7 loss with an interception, four
deflected passes and two tackles which
caused fumbles.
According to East Carolina coach Mike
McGee, the Pirates will soon change the
Big Four to the Big Five.
But the Bucs have yet to win under
McGee and should fare no better
Saturday night against State.
The Wolf pack outgained Florida on
the ground last weekend, but couldn't
stop John Reages' passing and lost 146.
Sophomore halfback Pat Kenney
totalled 103 yards returning punts and
kickoffs. Although the State secondary
was burned for 218 yards in the air, it
intercepted Reaves seven times to tie an
ACC record. ,
East Carolina finally showed some
offense against West Texas State, but lost
4230. Until then the Pirates had scored
only two points in three games.
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The Tar Babies t6ok thirteen shots on
the Blue Devil gcohe. but the closest they
could come to scoring was in the fourth
quarter when forward Dave HerscbJer s
shot hit the top of the goal, but bounced
over.
The starting line-up for the frosh
consisted of Bennett in the goal, fullbacks
Brenizer. Baldwin, and Craig More,
halfbacks Bush and Ed Smyge, and Barry
Perez, Jim East, David Patterson, Tin?
O'Connor, and Christ Rummer.
The remainder of the freshmen!
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Members of the UNC football club, which still has no. nickname, preparing for
today's clash with Worth Business School. The game begins at 2 on the baseball
diamond.
Wake Forest hopes to put together a
two-game winning "streak" Saturday in
Groves Stadium against winless Virginia
Tech.
Larry Russell ran for two touchdowns
and 1 23 yards in Wake's 3121 win over
Virginia.
Ken Garrett and Larry Hopkins added
121 more rushing yards, while the
defensive line allowed the Cavaliers only
57 on the ground in the first half.
Pat McHenry contributed Vtwo
interceptions in thepeacs' best game of
the year the first one Wake was given an
even chance to win.
South Carolina topped VPI 24-7, but
schedu'e KuiuJit Brevard Junior CcCeje
(October 21), WJ:r.ten New Hanover
U gh October -6. a renutch with f-ke.
(October 2 in Durham. Winpte College
(November 3, aa). North Carolina
Slate (November !0) and the University
of North Carohru-Grtensbero (N'ormSrr
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Hoagland. ho coached last year at
Windham High School in Windham, Nw
York, proved to be remarkably accurate
in his pre-game prediction of the contest.
"Our backs are our strength," he state
whik our scoring punch worries me."
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the Gobblers had a 7-7 intermission tie
after John Dobbins broke loose for a
56-yard TD run.
The Deacs upset VPI 16-10 last year,
but this time it won't be a surprise.
Virginia should have it easy this week
against VMI, with Bill Troup replacing
injured quarterback Larry Albert.
Dave Sullivan caught four passes for
36 yards and returned punts and kickoffs
Syracuse hosts Maryland this weekend
and should pick up its first win of the
year. Beset with racial troubles, the
Orangemen have lost to Houston, Kansas
and Illinois, but the Terps' last win over
Syracuse was nine years ago.
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