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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
November 8, 1970
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Six Tar Heel cagers stretch for a rebound in yesterday's annual Blue-White
basketball exhibition game. (Staff photo by John Gellman)
Maryland Favored
In ACC Finals Here
Maryland will be favored to win its
seventh straight Atlantic Coast
Conference cross country championship
when the 1 8th annual event is staged here
Monday afternoon.
The Terps, unbeaten in seven dual
meets this season, including three against
ACC competition, have won two other
crowns in addition to the last six in a row
for a total of eight. North Carolina has
captured six titles, Duke two and N.C.
State one.
Coach Bob Dean, a former High Point
College performer who is in his first year
as coach at Maryland, saw the Terps get
the oaGGHflE
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ready for the conference meet by winning
the District of Columbia Metropolitan
Intercollegiates on Oct. 31. They won
easily over a six-school field despite the
fact that Charlie Shrader and Russ
Taintor, their fop two performers, did
not run. Maryland placed six runners
among the first 10 in the meet.
Freshman Tony Waldrop of North
Carolina is expected to be a leading
challenger for the individual title.
Waldrop placed first in the North
Carolina State meet, beating Wheeler in
the final 300 yards. Hayes placed fourth
and Widgeon fifth.
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by Mark Whicker
Sports Writer
tven though, the Keftan Stadium fans
managed to cheer for each of Carolina's
nine touchdowns Saturday, it was
obvious that the Duke-Wake Forest game
was first on their minds.
As the scores came in from
Durham-7-0, 14-0. 14-6. and finally
28-14 in favor of the Deacs-the crowd
reacted lustily, sounding off with the
"Got to heil, Duke" cheer that will ring
through the stadium in two weeks.
Most of the pro-Carolina chants were
directed toward Don McCauley, who
broke the ACC career rushing record.
Long after the record had been iet. the
fans yelled "We want Don" again and
again, begging for more yards from their
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"He could have gained 1. 000 yards
today if we had wanted him to." said
Mike Mansfield after the game.
Sophomore Mansfield tied a school
record himself with three touchdown
passes.
But Coach Bill Dooley was merciful,
sending in the second and third teams for
the better part of three quarters. Not that
it mattered much-Ike Oglesby got three
touchdowns and the machine kept rolling
to a 62-13 slaughter.
When the players found out about the
Wake Forest urn. they realized how much
their loss to the Deacons had cost.
"ake must have played a good
game." said defensive tackle Bud CnWrn.
"but it's gonna take a lot of miracles tor
us to tie or win the championship."
Grissom didn't see much difference
between last year's 61-11 win over the
Keydets and today's game.
"This year we had more depth than
last time." he said. "A game like this is a
real morale builder."
"And they kept giving 100 per cent all
the time."
For Les Whitehorne, last year's
freshman superstar, it has been a
disappointing season. A controversy
Carson-Led Blues Outlast Whites
by Clint Roswell
Sports Writer
With all the hustle and bustle of a
regular season game, the Blue-White
scrimmage proved to be an exciting
exhibition of team play. The Blues, paced
by the rebounding of Craig Corsom and
the floor leadership of Steve Previs,
outlasted the Whites, 77-69 Saturday.
Coach Dean Smith was "encouraged"
by his club's performance.
"It was one of the best Blue-White
games in view of team play," Smith
commented. "They were a little nervous
the first half but the effort was there."
After the first three minutes of play,
the Blues took the lead for good and their
rebounding of the frontcourt was the
determining factor.
Lee Dedmon, Billy Chamberlain,
Corson and freshman Bobby Jones were
instrumental for the 21 more team
possessions the victors enjoyed.
The Whites, however, kept plugging
away and never lost their poise.
Dale Gipple, Dave Chadwick and Donn
Johnston kept the score close and the
pressure on with their good shooting and
tenacious defense. Chadwick impressed
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the 3500 fans on hand with his game high
1 9 points and fine all-around play.
Coach Smith told each assistant coach
to use anything they wanted as long as
Ruggers Host
Wash. & Lee
UNC's rugby club will attempt to
continue its winning ways today as a
strong club from Washington and Lee
comes into town for two games.
In Carolina's last contest Atlanta fell,
30-3. UNC was rebounding from a loss
and a tie and needed a big win.
With the backfield and scrum settled
down the prospects for the club seems
much brighter. Only Paul Herbert will be
out of Carolina's regular lineup.
Washington and Lee is expected to be
a consistent but not spectacular team.
UNC captain Jeffcoat predicted, "we
hope to give our backs a chance to show
their stuff, the scrum is fit and should
give them the ball at almost every
opportunity."
The games will begin at 2:15 on
Ehringhaus field across from the Ram's
head parking lot. A "B" side match will
follow the A's.
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they had done it in practice. Since both
teams practice together, there were no
surprises.
Both teams used the fast-break and
employed a myriad of defenses,
characteristic of Carolina basketball.
The scrimmage did not solidify any
starting roles for the Heels and Coach
Smith is not sure of the right
combination just yet.
"We may start to crystallize our
'starting seven soon but right now we are
using several different combinations,"
disclosed Smith.
He also believes the Tar Heels are
better than the pre-season forecast of
Carolina sixth in the ACC.
"We have a long way to go and much
more hard work, but I think we are better
than some people think."
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team." Whitehorne said. "I finally got
5ne play in at tailback today."
"And then he hit the wrong hole."
quipped Mansfield at the next locker.
"We didn't slack up during practices
this week at all -it was just as if we were
.playing South Carolina or any other big
game." declared Whitehorne.
"It was a lot of fun out there today,
with everybody getting to play and all.
The second-half comeback last week
really picked us up. after losing like we
did at Wake Forest."
Mansfield's only other chance to play
much came at Maryland, where he hit
Ricky Lanier with a touchdown pass. He
has been regarded as Carolina's best pure
passer since the Blue-White game last
spring.
Mansfield was a noted passer at
Norview High in Norfolk, "where we beat
Whitehorne's Virginia Beach team all the
time," and continued his impressive
throwing Saturday with two scoring
strikes to Ken Taylor and one to Bill
Sigler.
"Passing's my bag, I guess, more than
running," he said. "You always feel like
you could be playing more, just like
everybody else on the team."
All the Tar Heels got their competitive
urges satisfied today. Now they prepare
for Clemson, and continue to wait for
some miracles.
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