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Monday. March 6. 1972
by Mark Whicker
Sports Editor
The chinks in UNC's armor somehow
become invisible in Carmichae!
Auditorium.
Duke pecked away for a half Saturday
afternoon, looking for a Tar Heel
weakness, and finally got Carolina in
pretty serious foul trouble. But that
evaporated, too, and the Tar Heels closed
out the regular season with a 93-69 win,
their 19th in succession in Carmichael
Auditorium.
Carolina thus clinched first place in
the ACC and a bye in the tournament's
first round. "But don't say we've got
momentum," Coach Dean Smith asked
writers.
The last week of the season has as
little to do with the tournament':;
outcome as the first week. If the close of
season was a factor, Carolina fans would
be confused, because the Tar Heels
showed much better defense than in their
loss at State Tuesday night.
They harried Duke into 31 turnovers
Saturday, forcing guard Gary Melchionni
into total frustration - he came closer to
losing his usual cool than at any other
time this year.
The game could have been much
different were it not for reserve forwards
Bobby Jones and Donn Johnston. The
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Tar Heels couldn't shake Duke off in the
first half and Robert McAdoo, Bill
Chamberlain and Dennis Wuycik were all
on the bench with three fouls. But
Johnston and Jones rallied the team with
superb defense, then Wuycik and
McAdoo came back for six points to
make it 48-33, and 50-37 at halftime.
"We thought we were in good shape at
halftime,'" said Melchionni. "They had
the fouls, and we were going to try to
play our game. However, it didn't work
out. When UNC's defense is right, it's
really good."
Too good for the Blue Devils, foiling
in-bounds plays and forcing them to blow
potential passes for layups in their
over-eagerness. And Coach Bucky Waters
really didn't feel that confident at
halftime. 'They had 50 points at
halftime," he said, "and we were hoping
for something like a 70-point game."
The Blue Devils didn't quite make the
70-point mark, although they shot 46.4
percent to UNC's 52.1. They almost
matched Carolina on the boards, losing
36-34, but missed eight of 25 foul shots
including crucial one-and-ones in the first
half.
Alan Shaw, so important in the Devils'
February surge, scored only five points
and went one-for-six. That had to be
sweet for Robert McAdoo, who led all
scorers with '23 on 10 of 17 shots, eight
rebounds and four assists. In the 76-4"
loss to Duke in January, McAdoo missed
1 1 of 1 2 field goal attempts.
"I just wanted to prove to the public
and to my teammates that I'm still with
them," McAdoo said, referring to his
drafting by the ABA's Virginia Squires
Thursday.
Dennis Wuycik and Bill Chamberlain,
playing with foul trouble in their last
Carmichael appearances, scored 14 and
13 apiece. Chamberlain, although he hit
six of 14 with four rebounds and three
assists, called it "my worst game in two
years." Then it was suggested that maybe
the pressure of the last home game might
have gotten to him.
"I g"aess I could use that as an excuse,
but I don't really want to." he replied.
"Jones and Johnston were great on
defer.se, Steve Previs was phenorner.il on
their guards, and Mac was super."
Previs got eight points, George Karl
10, Jones 10 rebounds and six assists.
Sentimentality ran rampant in the last
five minutes, when the seniors were taken
out to the accompaniment of wild
ovations from the crowd. Craig Corson
was the only one who didn't play - he
had a chipped bone in his foot.
"I noticed some of us were kind of
glassy-eyed when introduced," Previs
said. "I tried to put it cut of my mind,
but it was really hard. This place has been
something special to me."
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The vain attempt to block the shot is made by Duke's Gary Melchionni.
(Staff Photo by Scott Stewart)
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by Dan Collins
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The N.C. State swimming team made
believers out of everyone this past
weekend in Bowman Gray pool by
dominating the ACC championships from
the first event on. The Wolfpack
displayed their superiority for the second
straight year by capturing first place with
622.5 points, well over a hundred points
ahead of their nearest rival, Maryland.
The Terrepins shattered all hopes of a
possible second place Carolina finish on
the second day of the competition, when
they moved from one-half a point behind
Carolina to 45 and one-half points ahead
of the third-place Tar Heels. Maryland
finished the meet with 482 points, well
ahead of the Tar Heel's 337.
Wake Forest won the battle of the
also-rans by taking fourth place with 161
points. Virginia finished fifth with 129
points followed by Duke with 83.5
Clemson with 48.
The one bright spot for
disappointed Tar Heels was
outstanding performance by Jim Osborn,
who ended the meet with two individual
championships. On Friday the sophomore
won the 200-yard butterfly with a time
of 1 :57.3 and on Saturday he successfully
defended his 100-yard butterfly title with
a time of 52il .
Tom Evans of N.C. State displayed the
prowess that made him an All-American
by winning three events over the three
days for his nineth, tenth, and eleventh
individual titles, a new conference record.
Evans won the 200-yard individual
medley, the 100-yard backstroke and the
200-yard backstroke with times of
2:00.5,54.1 and 1:58.4 respectively.
State lived up to everyone's
expectations in the diving competition by
taking the first five places in both- the
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one-meter and the three-meter events.
Randy Horton was the individual
champion in both events, winning the
one-meter with 481.55 points and the
three-meter with 499.05 points. Mike
DeGruy took second in both events with
459.55 points in the one-meter and
493.10 in the three-meter.
State's Tony Corliss had a great meet
in the distance events, winning the
500-yard freestyle, the 400-yard
individual medley with times of 4:45.3
and 4:17.6 respectively. He also finished
second in the 1,650-yard freestyle behind
Matt Glenn of Maryland and was a
member of the 800-yard freestyle relay
team that set a new conference
championship record of 7:01.8.
Carolina's Jike Southard took a
third-place in the 500-yard freestyle, fifth
in the 1,650-yard freestyle and seventh in
the 200-yard freestyle, while teammate
Peter Barnes took a sixth in the 500-yard
freestyle, a seventh in the 1,650-yard
freestyle as well as seventh in the
200-yard butterfly.
In the 200-yard breaststroke Chris
Mapes of State set a new ACC record
with a time of 2 : 1 2.2 Mapes also won the
100-yard breaststroke with a time of
1:00.7. Mike Eddy of Carolina took a
fifth in the 200-yard breaststroke and a
sixth in the 100-yard breaststroke with
times of 2:19.0 and 1:03.7 respectively.
Carolina's Dave Bedell finished second
in the 200-yard butterfly behind
teammate Osborn with a time of 1:58.4.
Dave Marlin picked up a third in the
200-yard individual medley with a 2:01.5
mark.
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It was a tough day all over for Duke center Alan Shaw (50), here being harried by
Robert McAdoo (35) and Steve Previs (13) as Blue Devil forward Chris Redding
approaches. Shaw was held to five points while McAdoo scored 23.
(Staff Photo by Scott Stewart)
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