North Carolina Newspapers

    The Daily Tar Heel
Wednesday, December 2. 1970
Tar Babies race to 95-74 win
reserves minutes later, and they enjoyed
themselves, although the final marpn of
victory dropped slightly to 21 points at
95-74.
The Tar Babies shot a fine 55 per cent
from the field as O'Donnell canned 15 of
his 20 shots. Jones made 10 of IS tnes.
while Bill Crouch had a perfect four for
four night.
Eleven Tar Babies got into the scoring
column
Mike Bonnelly led William and Mary
with 24 points and Dick Stark had IS.
They were the only visitors to make
double figures. William and Mary shot a
dismal 35.7 from the floor and the
presence of Jones left them sorely
out-rebounded at 49-25.
by David Zucchino
Sprts Writer
The Carolina freshmen used John
O'Donnell's sensational exhibition of
marksmanship and the powerful
rebounding of Bobby Jones to race to an
easy 95-74 blitzing of William &. Mary
Tuesday night.
The Tar Babies displayed remarkable
teamwork and precision in posting their
opening game triumph as they ran over
and through William and Mary's
man-to-man defense with smoothness and
efficiency.
O'Donnell, a 6-6 forward from New
York City, finished the night with 32 big
points and seemed to connect every time
he shot, while Jones, a smooth 6-9 center
from Charlotte, handily out-re bounded
William and Mary's 6-S Barry BLackwell
with a game-high 20 rebounds.
The Tar Babies jumped to a quick 3-2
lead behind two free throws by Jones and
never relinquished it, although William
and Mary managed to catch Carolina at
12-aIi with 13:10 remaining in the First
half as forward Mike Bormeily dropped in
an uncontested Iayup.
It was the last time they got th3t close.
O'Donnell, who poured in a whopping
22 first half points, pulled the Tar Babies
ahead for good with a 10-foot jumper,
making the score 14-12.
The Tar Babies reached their widest
First half margin wtih 9:5 S left to go in
the period as Jones threw in a lay-up to
make the scoreboard read 23-14.
The freshmen maintained their nine
point spread at the end of the half as
O'Donnell took a pass from Jones and
glided in for a iayup with 37 seconds left
in the half, leaving a 43-34 half-time
score.
The Tar Babies turned the contest into
a laugher early in the second half as
O'Donnell continued his charmed
shooting, putting Carolina ahead by 20 at
67-47 with 12:15 left in the game.
A Jones Iayup with 9:45 to go
stretched the lead to ridiculous
proportions, driving the score up to
75-50.
Coach Bill Guthridge sent in his
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John O'Donnell puts in two of his 32 points in the UNC freshman game Tuesday
night as Moses Parker (20) and Tom Smith (23) look on. (Staff photo by Cliff
Kolovson)
McCauley makes 2
All-American teams
by Mark Whicker
Sports Writer
The nation's football coaches and
sportswriters agree with UNC Coach Bill
Dooley: Don McCauley is one of the two
best college running backs in the land.
The Kodak All-American team, picked
by the coaches, and the Look Magazine
team, selected by the Football Writers
Association of America, both set
McCauley alongside Texas' Steve Worster
and Stanford's Jim Plunkett in the NCAA
dream backfield.'
Even rthe ""All-ACC team, which
begrudged many deserving Tar Heels the
honor, couldn't overlook McCauley, as he
was selected unanimously.
Dooley said after UNC's 59-34 rout of
Duke that McCauley deserved the
Heisman Trophy. He finished ninth in the
balloting.
In this week's issue of Look the praise
for Don continues.
"In Tarheel country, where they keep
track of such things, it has been noted
that Don McCauley has become the top
rusher in ACC history," says Look.
"He has taken over from Virginia's
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Frank Quayle, who was stopped at a mere
2,695 yards." The issue was printed too
early to include McCauley's 279-yard
performance against Duke and his
establishment of a new NCAA
single-season rushing record (1,720
yards).
Dooley was quoted in Look as saying
that Don was "a classic runner. He
catches passes well. He can block-even
pass."
The coach, who doesn't part with
words of praise easily, said that McCauley
was the best running back in the country.
"That includes the Worsters and the
Brockingtons," Dooley declared.
However, the UPI All-America team
came out Tuesday and relegated
McCauley to second-team status, along
with running backs Joe Moore of Missouri
and Mike Adamle of Northwestern.
Ed Marinaro of Cornell was the first
Ivy Leaguer in 19 years to be named
All-American by UPI. Marinaro led the
country with an average of 153 yards per
game. Other first-team runners were
Worster and Ohio State's John
Brockington.
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by Howie Carr
Sports Writer
With his team bolstered by nine
outstanding freshmen, varsity gymnastics
coach Fred Sanders exudes confidence
about his squad's outlook for the
1970-71 season.
In addition to nine freshmen, who
Sanders says will comprise about
"three-fourths of the team," all but two
lettermen return from last year's 7-3
squad.
Sophomore letterman Robert
Jacobson returns as a top performer in
the floor exercises, while other standouts
should be freshmen Richard Fox and
David Lorentzson.
The side horse, which was the team's
weakest event last year, has been
strengthened by three freshmen who will
team with an improved Dave Lunsford.
The frosh are Murry Kravitz, the state
champion of New Jersey last year, Paul
Wheelock, a regional champion in New
York State, and Ben Edkins.
Captain John Hesser and junior John
Brantley are joined by freshmen Robert
Dykes and Fox in the still rings. Several
returning letermen, including Hesser and
David Brantley anchor the long horse
vault, while newcomers Fox and Kravitz
also figure in Sanders' plans.
The parallel bars corps, probably the
Tar Heels' strongest contingent, is headed
by Hesser and Steve Alexander. Once
Intramural
Now that the fattening up process
called Thanksgiving has ended,
intramurals can really begin to roll.
The Grail Mural Basketball
tournament which began November 23
will resume this week although no
games will be played today, due to the
home basketball game.
The All-Campus handball tournament
is in the semifinal round with Nakell
against Edelman and Ellis against Truitt
being the two matches.
All-Campus wrestling ended last
Monday. There were residence hall and
fraternity classes. The winners were as
follows, with the weight class listed first,
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role, with Fox and Bill O'Brien as the
most promising.
Frank Jeffreys, Skip Lantz, Hesser,
Fox, and O'Brien should give Carolina
excellent performances on the horizontal
bars, while O'Brien and Lorentzson join
junior Hammond Snyder to give UNC a
strong trampoline team.
The Tar Heels open their season
December 12 when they host Virginia
and William & Mary in Carmichael
Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The gymnasts
have had no problem defeating either
Swimmefs
by Howie Carr
Staff Writer
The Carolina varsity swimming team
opens its season this afternoon when it
hosts Duke at 4:00 p.m.
The Blue Devils have a relatively weak
squad, and Assistant Coach Pat McKeown
explained that the coaches "hope to give
our freshmen swimmers a chance to break
into collegiate swimming."
The freshmen who will be making
their varsity debuts today include George
Schiffino in the individual medley,
breaststroker Mike Eddy, butterflyer Jim
Osborne, freestylers Jike Southard and
Bob Ruth, backstroker Marshall Peck,
David Walmer, and Buzzy Boehme in the
individual medley.
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then the residence hall champion,
followed by the fraternity winner: 123
lb: Stuart Cowan, Ehringhaus C; none.
130 lb: Ed Barber, Ehring C; Howard
Widis, TEP. 137 lb: Chris McCallum,
Aycock; Barry Pierce, DU. 145 lb: Ray
Dally, Lewis; George Crawford, Betas.
152 lb: Frank Phoonix, Manly; John
Stewart, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 157 lb:
Barnes, Aycock; Bill Murdock, Betas. 1 60
lb: none; Dave Shreiner, DKE. 168 lb:
Steve Madison, Granville South; Jione.
177 lb: John Jones, Aycock; Charlie
Bullock, Betas. Unlimited: Marshall
Bickett, Granville C South; Evans Witt,
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team in previous years.
The gymnasts face a much stiffer
challenge two days later when they
entertain the University of
Illinois-Chicago Circle at S:00 p.m.
UICC is perenially among the nations top
ten teams.
During the Christmas break, the whole
team will travel to Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, where it will take part in the
Eastern Gymnastics clinic.
The Tar Heels' toughest meet of the
year is slated for January 8 at home
against Southern Illinois. The Salukis
open against Duke
Duke, which opened its season last
week by attending the Thanksgiving Day
Classic of the Northern Virginia Aquatic
Club, has an outstanding backstroker in
Steve Morgan, and "a couple of good
freestylers," according to McKeown.
The thirteen returning Tar Heel
lettermen will also get a workout
tomorrow, with the exception of
backstroker Mike Darst, who is injured.
Heading the list of returning
monogram winners is sophomore Gerry.
Chapman, who will be used mainly in the
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finished fourth in the NCAA's last season,
and they won the tournament in 166.
Immediately preceding the start of
exams, Sanders' charges will take on
Western Carolina and Virginia Tech in
Carmichael at 2:00 p.m.
The team has four meets scheduled for
February.
On March 4, 5. and 6 the Tar Heels
will play host to the NCAA Southern
Regionals. Sanders believes his team has a
good chance to finish among the top
three, along- with LSU and Memphis
State.
distance events this season. He is the
defending ACC champion in the 400-yard
individual medley.
Senior Rich Williams and sophomore
Doug Wilson head the Tar Heel
breaststroker corps. Sophomore Bob
Nagle and junior Dave Bedell, an NCAA
qualifier last year, return in the butterfly.
Along with the injured Darst, the top
backstrokers are Butch Bristow and Phil
McMunigal, while Bruce Wigo, Bob
Dalrymple, and Jim Kurz are top-flight
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