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The Daily Tar Heel
Tuesday, February 20. 1973
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and Mitch Kupchak sneak inside for an
omen eaters divide two
with NCCU and Meredith
by Sarah Jane Dixon
Tuesday Feb. 13 proved to be indeed
an unlucky night for Carolina's women
basketball players, as they dropped a
close decision to North Carolina Central
in Durham. The final score of that
contest was 48-43. The Tar Heels had
previously beaten Central by a decisive
62-37 score on Jan. 30, so the loss was
particularly disappointing to the team.
"Central played really a super fine
game," said Coach Jeanne Eller. "The
difference was in turnovers. We had 21
and they only had nine."
Marsha Mann led all scorers for the
night with 21 points. Beth Black, for the
Tar Heels had nine. Leading scorer for
NCCU was B. McKay with 17.-. The
remainder of the scoring for Central was
well-balanced throughout the team, with
Fencing meet here
Both" the varsity men's and women's
fencing teams of North Carolina will play
host to the Blue Devils of arch-rival Duke
University at 7 p.m. tonight in
Carmichael Auditorium; for what will be
the last match of the regular season for
"This is the last duel meet of the
season and I'm sure Duke will be tough,"
says Carolina coach Ron Miller. "But the
season is far from over. Next weekend we
enter the state AFLA tournament."
Miller is not worried about getting his
team in the proper mood to fence Duke.
Besides Duke's present 12-1 record, there
is always "a lot of pride at stake."
The 12 wins that the Devils possess
include two recent victories over
Tennessee and Appalachian State. The
Tar Heels also met the Catamounts and
Volunteers, defeating them 20-7 and 19-8
respectively. Surprisingly, the Blue Devils
1- - and 2 bedroom
furnished or unfurnished
apartments now available
for short term lease
110 South Estes Drive
Well, yes and no.
Our bargain corner is always
nicely stocked with low-priced
treasure, but we don't
usually boast of a sale unless
a giant new batch
At the moment we've a middling
size batch of children's books, a
fairly good clump of gift books
at reduced prices, plus the
Not really up to "sale" proportions,
but a handsome lot deserving a
look or two.
Open evening "til 10
as John O'Donnelf win over Duke. Miami visits Chapel Hill for another game
easy score in UNC's Wednesday night (Staff photo by George Brown)
three players hitting eight points each and
one player hitting six.
In the rebounding battle, NCCU
defeated Carolina. Individual leaders for
the Tar Heels, however, were Mann with
1 8 and Pat Cowell with six.
The loss dropped the women's record
for the season to 4-4.
On Thursday night the Tar Heels
played their last home game of the season
before an appreciative crowd of several
hundred people. They defeated Meredith
College by a score of 63-41. Earlier in the
season, the team lost a close one to
Meredith, 46-44, so the victory was
especially sweet for them.
"It was a great defensive effort against
a fine Meredith team," commented Coach.
Ellefl "I wasvery pleased with everyone's'
play ' v ;- . ; y.
' The-Tar Heels riot "only shot their best
percentage from the field this season
trounced ASU 22-5, and then
disposed of the Volunteers 23-4.
Last year the Blue Devils finished with
a 7-4 record. Led by head coach John
LeBar, Duke has entered into recognition
as one of the south's better teams.
Miller has stated that this is the only
match this season for which he. is
conservative in his optimism. He also
noted the importance of a large crowd
and its reaction to the visiting team.
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43.5 per cent but they also had 44
rebounds, with each person on the team
getting at least one.
Marsha Mann was again the leading
scorer for the Tar Heels with her season
high of 36 points. Mann was also 16 of 17
from the free throw line Ginger Kimball
led the scorers for Meredith with 10.
The victory over Meredith brought the
Tar Heels record to 5-4.
On Thursday and Friday nights, Feb.
22 and 23, Carolina will be participating
in the D.U.M.P. Tournament at Peace
College in Raleigh. Other participants in
the tournament are Duke, Meredith and
Peace, The Tar Heels opening game is
against Meredith at 8:30 p.m. Thursday
night. On Friday the respective winners
and losers will face each other. ! , ;.
At the conclusion of the D.U.M.P.
Tournament, the Tar Heels will begin
preparing for the State Tournament to be
held March 2 and 3 at Elon College.
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by Michael Davis
As the ACC season comes to an
exciting conclusion with the final league
games and tournament, perhaps it's time
to look around the rest of the country in
order to get an indication of who is
The best race in the country aside
from the ACC is that of the Big 10.'
Purdue (7-2) and Minnesota (6-2) figure
to decide that question when they meet
March 3. Indiana (7-3) lost a decision
recently to the Gophers, but their hopes
for a post season berth are not entirely
Penn and Princeton may have to battle
in a playoff for the Ivy title. Both the
Quaker and Tiger squads have 9-1 league
Mad moon risin
by Winston Cavin
The Duke-State confrontation set for
Wednesday night in Durham is building in
The whole area will be watching when
the up-and-coming Blue Devils host the.
undefeated Wolfpack on the deadly
Cameron Indoor Stadium floor.
The game will be one of two crucial
tests for the Pack before they head for'
the ACC tournament. Their drive for a
possible unbeaten season rests on the
contests at Duke and at Carolina. Upsets
are definitely not out of the question.
Duke drew nothing but laughs early in
the season, as they dropped one close
game after another en route to an 89
record. They even lost to lowly Georgia
But, all of a sudden, the Blue Devils
have come to the ACC spotlight. They
have most of their road games behind
them and, playing on their friendly home
court, they have rolled to four straight
The surge began for the Devils when
coach Bucky Waters' squad upset
Maryland, 85-81, in Cameron.
After handing the Terps a shocking
defeat, the Devils destroyed Wake Forest,
84-71. Then came the Virginia Cavaliers
and Duke rolled to an impressive 90-66
victory. - ';
Duke's latest win came Saturday when
Notre Dame's Irish gave in to the Devils,'
86-74. The win set the stage for the State
invasion this week. T
The game is deserving of all the'
attention. The Pack has rolled up an'
impressive 21-0 record, including two
marks, with Harvard in a second place tie
with Brown, knotted at 6-4.
Miami of Ohio (7-2), who will visit
Chapel Hill this week, should be the
Mid-American Conference entry in the
NCAA tourney. Bowling Green has a shot
at the title with a 7-3 record, but the
Redskins of Miami have two easy teams
to beat to clinch the title in Western
Michigan (1-8) and Kent State (3-6).
In the Southern Conference, Furman
(1 1-2) and Davidson (8-1) are favorites to
survive the rugged league tournament.
It looks good for Texas Tech in the
Southwest Conference (9-1) and the Vols
of Tennessee (10-2) and Alabama's
Crimson Tide (yes, they also play
basketball at Bama) at 9-3 are the major
contenders in the Southeastern
Conference. Not- to be completely
wins over Carolina and two over
National rankings will have to go out
the window Wednesday. Tom Burleson
has never played in Durham, not even
when he was a freshman. The game
should be considered a tossup.
The demise of the Maryland Terrapins
continues to puzzle ACC fans. The Terps
have not lived up to their preseason
Lefty Driesell has one of the most
talented squads in the country, but so far,
Maryland has stumbled to four losses.
Nobody knows for sure just what is
wrong with the Terps, but some people
have ideas. Driesell has come under
increasing criticism lately from sports
writers around the league.
It is a pity to see a team of Maryland's
capabilities floundering around like they
have lately. A 95-85 loss to Carolina last
week didn't ease the pain, and neither did
a hard-earned 69-66 home court win over
But all is not lost yet. Driesell and his
men still have the ACC tournament to
look forward to. It could be just the tonic
the Terps need, or it could be the cause
of even more criticism for Lefty and his
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MOTOR TREND CAR OF THE YEAR 1963!
CLEAN, RUNS GOOD, NEW TIRES, ENGINE
OVERHAULED SEPT. $250. Cell 929-9508.
500 Oldie But Goodie 45 (1955 to 1972) and
Bicycle for Sale. Also want to buy used albums
and 45'. Good Prices Paid. 942-6635 evenings.
For Sate: 1965 Chev. Belair, a GOOD buy.
This is one of those 283's that wilt probably
run forever. A reliable, functional auto.
967-2663 atUtr 5.
STEREOS: LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES on
MOST BRANDS components and systems.
FULL WARRANTIES, Agent for distributor;
SERVING CHAPEL HILL SINCE 1971. CALL
ANN at 942-7172 AND then visit 1510
1968 VW Beetle in very good condition, radio,
seven mounted tires (2 snow), white with red
Interior, 69,000 miles. $850. Call 966-2120
(days) 929-8468 (nites).
HI MATIC 11 MINOLTA GOOD CONDITION
$60 OR BEST OFFER. PRO ELECTRONIC
STROBE THROWN IN FREE. CALL SALLY
EARTH SHOES- "MINUS-HEEL" DESIGN
TAKES A LOAD OFF MY FEETMIND!
929-0231. 105 N. COLUMBIA. CORNER OF
FRANKLIN, ABOVE CCB.
MUST SELL-GAR RAD 55B TURNTABLE,
SHURE M44E CART. $55. WEATHERS FM
STEREO TUNER $50. PIONEER SA-900 AMP
1O0 RMS $100. LARRY 489-9445.
WALL . OF SOUND: two walnut Rockwell
cabinets each containing two 12" Cts woofers,
two 4" Bose mid ranges, two Mcintosh dome
tweeters. New $450 now $300. 967-5723.
FOR SALE: 4 month old AR turntable with
Shure EDTZ cartridge. $75 (worth $110) Call
968- 9073 Ask for Rad, also albums for sale.
FOR SALE: 1970 Audi Super 90, Very Good
Condition. $1800. Call 968-9062 ask for Cart
Poor Richard's George Washington's Birthday
Sale? Commercial (non-Surplus) Slacks and
Shirts $1.00 Denims $1.00 of f reg. price. Many
other items reduced. All sales final.
S II vert one portable stereo $25. Vintage water
powered dishwasher, works like a charm! $15
933-5802 after 5.
FOR SALE: 67 Cortina G.T. English Ford.
Dark green, straight shift. Good condition.
55,000 miles. $500. Call Durham 489-5694
after 6. -
FOR SALE. Stereo: Garrard 55 B Turntable,
Sansui AU-222 amp., "Festival" speakers: $200
Pentax spdtmatic SLR camera: $120 Grtane
10-speed: $65 Call John at 929-6837.
ORPHEUS AUDIO- Large discounts on
high-fidelity equipment, we can help you sell
your used equipment, or if you are in the
market for some, consult our listings.
967-6380. 105 N. Columbia, above CCB.
TANOBERG 6000X Tape Deck. Perfect
condition, excellent deck. New, $500. used,
$330. Purchaser . of this deck may buy any
pieces of equipment at DEALER COST from
Orpheus Audio. See our ad. Call 933-2966 or
1964 Triumph, Spitfire. Good tires. Good top.
fair body. Needs minor repair to be good
transportation. $150 Call 933-2503.
Kentucky jDerby' tickets for sale! Terrace level,
five rows from, track. May 5, 1973 Call Dan
Classic black leather motorcycle jacket, custom
made by Langtitz Leathers. Call Ross after 5:00
PM 929-4979. r -T
forgotten are Vanderbilt (10-4) and
perennial toughie Kentucky (9-4) in the
red-hot Southeastern league.
Memphis State (10-1) has outlasted
Louisville (8-3) and can mathematically
assure themselves of at least a tie in the
Missouri Valley when they meet North
Texas State on Thursday.
In the Big Eight, Jack Hartman's
Kansas State squad (S-l) is rolling along
in fine fashion. Colorado (6-2) has an
outside chance to be Big Eight
champions, but Hartman's Wildcats have
been playing great basketball all season
Austin Peay (9-1) behind
sensational James (Fly) Williams are
heavy favorites in the Ohio Valley, while
Brigham Young, Arizona State, and New
Mexico are vying for the Western A. A.
Weber State has clinched the Big Sky
championship for the sixth year in
succession. The Wildcats, 17-6 overall,
should have their hands full when they
open the western regionals with Long
Beach State (21-1), Pacific A. A. '
And, oh yes. UCLA (yawn) should
Cakewalk to the Pacific Eight
championship unless California sinks into
the sea, or unless they add one more team
into the NBA Pacific Division.
There are several outstanding
independent teams that should clout'
some of the conference winners in March.
Al McGuire's Marquette Warriors are a
fine, hustling team (20-2) while the Friars
of Providence College (17-3) with super
guard Ernie DeGregorio and center
Marvin Barnes could be the surprise of
the East. Virginia Tech (15-3), Oral
Roberts (20-4), and Jacksonville (19-4)
are sure to see some post-season play. The
Redmen of St. Johns and the Orangemen
of Syracuse should also see some action
come the middle of next month.
Student tickets for the Miami of Ohio
basketball game are still available at the
athletic ticket office in Carmichael
Auditorium. Office hours are 8:30 to
Miami tickets are now being sold to
the public. The game is scheduled for
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Student tickets for the final home
game of the season, N.C. State, will be
available Thursday at 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: 60 x 12 mobile home, furnished,
washer, AC. 15 minutes drive to campus. Call
FOR RENT: 60 x 12 mobile home. 15 minutes
drive to campus. $110. Call Pittsboro
Ride offered to N.Y.C.-Phila. area 222 or 223
to return following Monday. Share expenses.
Call Pete 966-1574 9:00-4:00 pm.
Rare job opportunity for man or woman. If
you're buisness oriented and imbued with
entrepreneurial zeal, we need you. Must be
flexible, ambitious, conscientious, and
Innovative for this
accountingmarketingmanaging position. Must
assume complete responsibility for the books,
financial reports, and various projects. College
graduate with some experience preferred.
Rapidly expanding company, home office.
Chapel Hill. Phone Mrs. Williams, 929-7195.
Can you believe popcorn with REAL butter?
How about FRESH ROASTED peanuts and
cashews? Street level of Town Hall, 3-6 (Fri.
and Sat), 8-1 nightly, will cater to parties of
any size. Call Harvey 929-8502.
Fast professional repairs on hi-fi stereo
components and guitar amplifiers. Call
929-2841, Monday through Saturday. John
Florence, Audio Service Technician, Justice
Street, Chapel Hill.
OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR 2 MEN
AND 1 COED WORKING IN LOCAL SALES.
GREAT CHANCE TO EARN SPENDING"
MONEY. PH. 929-30O0 FOR A PPT' NO
DANWICH IS THE PLACE TO GO FOR
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FOR $3.50 967-4696. - ;
Legal, medical abortions from 1 day to 24
weeks, as low as $125. Free pregnancy tests and
birth control info. Ms. Rogers Wash. DX.
202-628-7656 or 301-484-7424 anytime.
$25 reward for Info leading to rental of
farmhouse this spring. 5-E University Gardens.
Katnyl love youThe Old Man.
Tommy, Nick, and friends, who got The Best
Car in the World (48 Chevy) and me out of a
terrible predicament in the Union lot THANK
WR 'N LONDON- secretaries, typists. Miss
zJzf p' 5nte"ewrg SaL Feb. 24, Gardner
Hall, Room 210 10 am. Visit Placement Service
for more information.
Ride wanted to Baltimore, Md. Saturday
afternoon. Feb 24. Will share expenses. Call
Rose at work 966-4510 or 929-6681 in evening.
Ride needed to or near Roanoke, Virginia this
Thursday or Friday (Feb. 22nd or 23rd).
Please call Kay, 933-5834.
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