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Monday. OctobT 1, 1973
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after stsrter Chris Kupec suffered a broken collarbone.
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When defending Atlantic Coast
Conference champion North Carolina
began its season this year, one position
Coach Bill Dooley wasn't overly worried
about was quarterback.
First there was veteran Nick Vidnovic.
And as a back up there was Chris Kupec. But
then came Maryland and Vidnovic was
sidelined with a shoulder injury. And then
came Missouri and Kupec suffered a broken
collarbone.
That might seem likely to leave Dooley
sinking into melancholy with Vidnovic still
an indefinite player and with arch-rival
North Carolina State, win-hungry after two
straight losses to non-conference foes,
waiting in Raleigh for the Tar Heels
Saturday. But not so. With sophomore Billy
Paschall around, it turns out that Dooley
may have more depth at quarterback than
even he had thought.
Paschall, despite a couple of costly
fumbles in the Tar Heels 27-14 loss to
Missouri, connected on nine of 15 passes for
1 15 yards and ran for 68 yards while filling in
for Kupec.
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"For a third string quarterback to come
off the bench and give us that type leadership
is remarkable,"' Dooley said, "lie showed me
a lot out there."
Dooley said he was proud of the way his
squad was playing and that I feel we can be
a good football team if we can just execute
better."
While Dooley could see some good in the
loss to Missouri, State Coach Lou H oltz was
much less optomistic about the Wolf pack's
31-21 loss to Georgia.
"We just played dumb, stupid football,"
he said. "It was the worst we've played in a
while. And that's not the players' fault, it's
the coaches."
State (2-2. 1-0), could go ahead of
Maryland (2-1, 1-0) in the ACC
championship race with a win Saturday. A
.victory by Carolina (1-2, 0-1) would put
Maryland in the lead. The Tar Heels last year
won the game 34-33.
In the only conference game last weekend.
Virginia suprised Duke 7-3, cuasing Cavalier
coach Don Lawrence to proclaim that
Virginia (2-2, 1-0) has begun a new trend.
In other games of the past weekend. Wake .
Forest (1-2, 0-0) was demolished 41-0 by
Southern Conference power Richmond;
Maryland sept past hapless Villanova 31-3;
and scrappy Clemson was finally beaten by
Georgia Tech 29-21.
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"F.rosjh play today
Last week against the N.C. State Wolflcts
the Tar Babies started jumping up and down
excitedly at the beginning of the fourth
quarter. The reason they were acting in this
atypical manner is that they knew they were
going to win. Enthusiasm breeds confidence.
Against the Wolflets, the Tar Babies were
at their big-play best, as they intercepted
three passes, recovered three fumbles and
stopped State twice inside the Carolina 20.
It was a perfect example of Carolina's
defensive philosophy bend but don't
break. The Tar Babies w ere w illing to give up
a little yardage at a time to State's veer
offense but not a lot of yardage at once.
The offense didn't waste these
opportunities as two turnovers led directly to
touchdowns.
Today the Tar Babies face another veer
attack in Richmond. Their offense is not as
potent as the Wolflets but the task will be
made more difficult by a rash of injuries to
Carolina's offensive squad.
Richmond on the other hand, has most of
its key players healthy. Their quarterback
Larry Shaw, brother of N.C. State QB Bruce
Shaw and Sophomore Bruce Wilkerson, the
third quarterback on the varsity, are both
available.
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ROUND 1
ROUND 2
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ROUND 3
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FALL SALE!
REMAINDERS! Great batches of
shiny new copies of titles from
seasons past - their prices
chopped to the bone!
USED PAPERBACKS! And goodness!
What a mob scene this one creates!
Fresh stock added daily, at prices
as low as two for 50c
NEW PAPERBACKS! A new sale,
we've found a source for paper
back close-outs at half price!
Books from all publishers on all
subjects.
Come browsing, downtown and
at the Mall! It's autumn at
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University Mall. Estes Drive
Chapel Hill
Open evenings until 10
Crossword Puzzle
Answer to Saturday's Puzzla
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15 Printer's
measura
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fruit
20 Symbol for
tellurium
22 Preposition
24 South American
rodent
27 English baby
carrisga
29 Heavenly body
31 Decay ,
32 Intense beam
of light
34 S-wing cava
36 Symbol for
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37 Regard
39 Discord
41 Near
42 Caudal
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44 Fatners
45 Place
47 Procedure;
49 Classify
50 Paradise
52 Short iecliet
6-4 Compass point
55 Dawn goddess
B7 Exact
53 A continent
(bbr.)
61 Frurt seed
63 Imitates
65 Aims box
67 Residua
63 Study
Ptwtountlfy
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2 Compared
3 Latin
conjunction
4 Crimson
5 Entrances
6 Distant
7 Conjunction
8 Man's
nickname
9 Hindu guitar
10 Teutonic deity
11 Pronoun
17 Preposition
19 Above
21 Direction
23 Small rugs
25 Meeting
25. Authenticate
officially
27 Gratify
23 Encounter
30 Wheal tracks
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35 Flower
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46 Molars
48 Pertaining
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51 Negative
53 Greek tetter
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61 Parent (colloq.)
62 Exists
64 River in Italy
66 A state (abbr.)
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