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The Daily Tar Heel
Wednesday, February 21. 1973
Miami invades Carmichael
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Tar Heel terror Bobby Jones leaps high to put in a layup in Carolina's 91-79 victory
over Florida State. Reggie Royals tries in vain to stop the Tar Heel. UNC faces Miami
by United Press International
After handling Illinois its first home
loss of the season, defending champion "
Minnesota today was on top of the Big
Ten basketball race, for the first time this
The No. 4 Gophers trounced the Illini,-82-73,
coming from behind in the second
half as Jim Brewer netted 20 points and
Ron Behagen 24. It was Minnesota's sixth
straight win, boosting its Big Ten record
to 7-2 and its season mark to 17-2.
Indiana, the pace setteFYuntil lasfr
week, tripped Michigfiaitatfri 15-66, toA9ustejt Louisiana
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Purdue, which took over first place
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Saturday, promptly fell back to third
place after being swamped last night by
Ohio State, 102-79. The Boilermakers are
now 7-3 and in third place.
In other college basketball action
Monday night, South Carolina dumped
Stetson 81-52, St. Bonaventure edged
Rutgets, 95-91, Cheyney State nipped
Eastern Michigan, 62-60 in overtime,
Penn State clipped West Virginia, 62-59,
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Kentucky whipped Georgia, 99-86,
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by Winston Cavin
Tonight's game in Carmichael
Auditorium between Carolina and Miami
(Ohio) should hold no surprises. For the
Tar Heels, Miami will provide a break in a
murderous schedule. And for Miami
well, at least they'll build a little
Though the Redskins have a 13-8
record and lead the Mid-American
Conference with a 7-2 league mark,
Carolina should have little trouble
drubbing the visitors from Oxford, Ohio.
The game is set to get under way at 8
p.m., with a jayvee game against
Laurenburg beginning at 6.
Wrestlers drop another one
The North Carolina Tar Heels
remained sixth in this week's United Press
International college basketball poll. It
was the third week week in a row
Carolina had been rated sixth.
The UCLA Bruins, 21-0 on the season,
continued to hold first place, getting all
of the first-place votes in a poll of college
coaches. Unbeaten (21-0 North Carolina
State wasn't far behind the mighty
Uclans. State ranked second with 304
points to UCLA's 340.
Long Beach State, Minnesota and
Luke Witte, Ohio State's 7-foot center
who had never played up to his potential
after being involved in a bloody fight
against Minnesota last year, appears back
on the right tract now. Witte scored 24
points against Purdue, the fourth straight
time he's gone over 20 points since
returning to the lineup.
Wardell Jackson led the Buckeyes with
The bright spots for MSU were 20
points by Mike Robinson to keep him on
top of the Big Ten scoring race with 26.4
points per game.
. Nick Weatherspoon of Illinois counted
23 points and fell to third place in scoring
with a 24.6 average.
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The Tar Heels will nave a chance to get
their confidence high before hitting the
road against Virginia Saturday.
The Redskins are powers in their
conference, but Mid-American basketball
hardly compares with the ACC variety.
Miami is led by six returning lettermen
and five newcomers.
Phil Lumpkin, a 6-0 guard, is the top
returnee from last year's 12-12 team.
Others returning are 6-4 forward Larry
Garlock, 6-7 center Kim Essenburg, 6-6
forward Rick Hampton, 6-5 forward Gary
Dees and 6-10 center Steve Handy.
The 72 Redskins may have been
better than their record indicates. The
Skins dropped a lot of close ones on the
way to a fifth-place in the conference.
Marquette are all ranked over Carolina.
1. UCLA (34) (21-0) 340
2. North Carolina State (21-0) 304
3. Long Beach State (21-1) 256
4. Minnesota (16-2) 226
5. Marquette (20-2) 162
6. North Carolina (20-4) 158
7. Kansas State (18-3) 90
8. Providence (18-2) 74
9. Maryland (17-4) 44
10. Houston (18-3) 37
11. Memphis State (19-4) 32
12. New Mexico (20-3) 28
13. St. John's (N.Y.) (18-3) 27
14. Indiana (15-5) 26
15. SW Louisiana (20-2) 18
16. Alabama (16-4) 9
17. (Tie) San Francisco (19-3) 7
(Tie) Louisville (18-6) 7
19. (Tie) Oral Roberts (2M) 6
(Tie) South Carolina (17-5) 6
MONDAY NIGHT THE NORTH
Carolina wrestling team was defeated by
arch-rival Duke University 42-6 in
Durham in what was the last match of the
regular season for both squads.
Tony Cornacchione won his bout in
the 118 pound weight class by pinning
Dale Zolenick for the sole Tar Heel
Carolina, now holding a record of two
wins and 10 losses, will enter the
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Miami lost five games by a total of 16
The year before, the Skins were a lot
stronger. They went 20-5 and captured
the league title. That year, Miami won
nine games by a total of 22 points. So the
Skins do have some winners in their
The five newcomers have been called
on to help return the school to basketball
prominence. One of the new players
Carolina people should remember is 6-10
center Dave Elmer. Elmer was a standout
on Duke's freshman team in 71, but
transferred to the Ohio school after that
year. He sat out last season before joining
the varsity this year.
Other new Redskin players are 5-10
Atlantic Coast tournament this Friday.
The tournament, hosted by the Blue
Devils in Durham, begins at 1 p.m. Friday
afternoon and will continue through
Saturday. All of Carolina wrestlers should
be entered in competition on Friday.
The results of the Duke-UNC match
were as follows: 1 1 8-Cornacchione
pinned Zolenick; 126-Penny (D) dec.
Hall; 134-deCastrique (D) fall Williams;
158-Evans (D) fall Wrenn; 167-Reinhardt
(D) dec. Evans; 177-Luse (D) dec.
Wheeler; 190-Fisher (D) won by default;
HW-Newman (D) fall Wright.
THE CAROLINA COUGARS
continue to dominate the Eastern
Division of the ABA. Carolina stands four
games ahead of the Kentucky Colonels
with a 46-19 record.
The Cougars, coached by Carolina grad
Larry Brown, have the winningest record
in the ABA.
In Monday night action around the
league, the New York Nets defeated the
Dallas Chaps, but star rookie Brian Taylor
dislocated two fingers and will be out of
action for two weeks. The Nets, 24-40 so
far, played Carolina Tuesday night.
aturckay, Feb -
guard Rod Dierir.ger, 6-4 guard Gary
DeMoss, 6-5 guard Steve Fields and 6-5
forward John Freytag.
The Skins are coached by Darrell
Hedric, a man who has posted a 32-17
mark at Miami. Including this year, he is
Miami has rolled to its fine overall
record against a questionable schedule -questionable
by ACC standards, anyway.
They have taken on a few nonconference
powers, including Purdue (the current Big
Ten leader), Indiana (another ranked
team) and Cincinnati.
No matter what Miami throws at the
Tar Heels, Carolina should have no
trouble. The Heels are currently 20-4 and
ranked second in the madhouse ACC with
a 6-3 league record.
The Tar Heel lineup remains
unchanged since the 91-79 triumph over
Florida State last weekend. Donald
Washington and Ray Harrison are still
nursing injuries and illnesses. Washington
is still in a cast w ith a broken foot bone,
and Harrison is still ill with an
Senior George Karl and junior Darrell
Elston will anchor the backcourt again
for Carolina coach Dean Smith. Junior
Olympic veteran Bobby Jones will team
with senior Donn Johnston at forward,
and sophomore Ed Stahl will play center
Guards Brad Hoffman, Ray Hite and
Mickey Bell should all play some, along
with frontcourt subs John O'Donnell,
Mitch Kupchak and Charles Waddell.
One of the pleasant surprises of the
season has been the appearance of
Waddell, a super athlete who came to
Carolina on a football grant. Waddell was
recruited by ACC schools for both sports
and was a second-string tight end on
UNC's 11-1 Sun Bowl championship
team. He walked onto the jayvee team in
January and, within weeks, he made the
Waddell's presence is crucial now,
since Washington is out. His muscle under
the boards will help the Heels.
Tickets for the Miami game are still
available at the Carmichael Auditorium
athletic ticket office.
Students can obtain tickets with their
athletic passes and ID's, and non-students
can buy them.
Tickets for the State game will be
available at 5 p.m. Thursday. That game
will be played Feb. 27.
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