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Series even past 10 years
The North Carolina-North Carolina State football
rivalry, which resumes in Kenan Stadium Saturday, has
been one of the closest and most exciting in college football
in recent years.
In fact, in the last 10 meetings between the two teams, the
record stands at 5-5. The Wolfpack won a squeaker at
Raleigh last fall, 28-26, to break Carolina's three-game
The teams stand almost even in point totals over that 10
year period. The Wolfpack leads by a meager two points,
Experts are predicting another close match in Kenan
Stadium Saturday. State, unbeaten in six games, is the
favorite but not by a wide margin.
Carolina will be trying to bounce back from a highly
disappointing loss at Georgia Tech last Saturday. The
Yellow Jackets scored with 36 seconds left and added a two
point conversion to nip the Tar Heels by 29-28. That leaves
Carolina with a 3-2 record.
Scouts from three bowls will be in the stadium Saturday.
Ticket requests have been received from the Sugar Bowl,
Peach Bowl and the Gator Bowl.
In order to win, Carolina must slow down the great
Wolfpack offense which is sparked by quarterback Dave
Buckey. He has excellent runners in his backfield in players
like Stan Fritts, Roland Hooks and Tommy London. Dave
Buckey's brother, Don, is a principal pass receiver.
Carolina has flashed great offense of its own this season. ;
Quarterbacks Chris Kupec and Billy Paschall have
performed extremely well with tailbacks James -Boom-Boom
Betterson and Mike Voight sparkling in the rushing
department. Wingback Jimmy Jerome has caught 27 passes
for a total of 527 yards. That's an average of 19.5 a catch.
Despite the two high-powered offenses, however. Coach
Bill Dooley of the Tar Heels said this week that the game
will be decided by the defenses. "That's the way it is in every
football game," he said. "The team that plays the best
defense and has the best kicking game wins at least 99 per
cent of the time."
A banner sellout crowd of 47.000 will be on hand for the
game. The kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m.
Rod Broadway (70) end Ronnie Robinson (75), mainstays of the Carolina defense
Have I got something for a headache?
The World Series and the Oakland A's are anything but mutually exclusive
events. Needless to say, 1 think we know by now that Reggie is outspoken. Catfish
always wins 20 games, and Rollie is a stud. Oji, 1 forgot to add Joe Rudi is
But the Dodgers, the antithesis of the A's with their one happy family attitude,
bring a new class to the Series.
Los Angeles has several superstars. They 'are a class team with many MVP
candidates. The indifferent, independent and intellectual Mike Marshall is head of
the class. : -'r .y' ' '.' .' . '
Marshall is an aspirin for a headache, or. maybe a Band-Aid for a cut. He is
baseball's panacea. Any way you look at it, he is the answer to virtually any club's
needs. - 4-; ''-:,;..'
In the last few years, Mike has played 5ith Montreal, Seattle, Detroit and
Houston. One might believe he is hard to get along with or so bad no team wanted
him. : . -
But the truth is Mike Marshall is a pioneer in the art of relief pitching. He
produces varied pitching motions and deliveries that have proven him the best
short-term man in the game. H is success arid endurance is totally new to the game.
Just watch Manager Alston pick up the dugout phone and dial "B" for bullpen.
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1 riitiallyrthe "National League branded Marshall a; freak an independent,
snobbish intellectual. But what was previously taken away from him is now
returned in spades. He has provided a new image for baseball. Why? What makes
him such a picturesque novelty?
Furthermore in the off-season, you might find youself brown-nosing Professor
Marshall. He is head of the class at prestigious Michigan State. While not with the
Dodgers, he works on his Ph.D. in physiology concentrating most of his subject
matter on kineseology.
' Kines What? Intellectual Iron Mike describes it as a relationship between bones
and muscles that provide certain limb movements with respect to the mechanics
which, in turn, generates a maximum of power and velocity.
This study has provided him with extraordinary tools for his trade. He can pitch
every day, with more pitches, perhaps setting the scene for a revolution in
kineseology of baseball. It must work.. After altfMarshall went from i the taxi squad
to the Mercedes Squad in a season. U'M
Dodger manager Walt Alston's immediate Marshall prediction was for real. Now
M arshall is his World Series security blanket. In fact, Alson should take Mike home
with him and keep him in his sight at least fntil the Series is over.
All this adulation isn't going to Marshall's head. He still won't sign autographs
because he feels it is debasing. Nor does he care aBjoiit records, still maintaining that
crowds and winning don't arouse him. ' :
I'm glad Marshall hasn't lost his class with this new found success. Not only does
he deserve the Cy. Young Award, or MVP, butlSuperman of the Year.
But you can't fool me Marshall, 1 saw you jump up and down when the Dodgers
clinched the pennant. That's O.K. Mike, 1 won't tell anybody if you start to enjoy
the thrill of victory.
Last Sunday, Iron M an M ike entered the second game of the Series. He needed to
retire the side in the bottom of the ninth to preserve a win.
The 5-1 1 screwball wizard throws smoke -r man his fastball is lethal. The mean
looking mustached fireman rocked back into the stretch. Looking as if he was going
to deliver to the batter, he adeptly wheeled to first and picked off speeding bullet
Washington then absorbed all the blame from his teammates, because he has
class. He wants to pioneer the designated running and add another dimension to
baseball. 1 think Washington really wanted Marshall's autograph.
But the man of class isn't going to demean himself and give it. So the world's
fastest sprinter will just have to steal it just another stolen base.
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Crew to race on
Those who cross the causeway at
University Lake in late afternoon have been
virtually the sole witnesses of another
Carolina sporting endeavor, for the crew
club has been practicing there regularly since
This Saturday the club meets Washington
College in a dual race at 10 a.m. in the only
scheduled contest on the UNC lake this fall.
This will be the first race for the Carolina
eight, and they would like to prove the long
afternoons and early Saturday morning
practices have paid off. Washington is
usually strong and should provide a good
Those who have seen good crews in action
know the beauty of two shells gliding swiftly,
smoothly across the surface of the water. For
those who are not familiar with this
disciplined grace, this Saturday will be a
good introduction to the sport.
Next weekend four other Carolina
oarsmen will represent UNC against the
University of Virginia.
Crew represents a large commitment by a
number of people to excellence and beauty.
It is worthwhile to watch, and for those who
comeout to University Lake Saturday4iwill
be a suitable accompaniment to the UNC
State football game.
John Francis Tenbusch
North Carolina's junior varsity
football team will be looking for its first
victory of the season Friday night when
the Tar Babies play N.C. State in
Game-time is 7:30 p.m. at Carter
Carolina opened its football season
two weeks ago by dropping a 28-14
decision to Duke. Now the Tar Babies
must go up against a State team that
beat Duke last week.
"State certainly has an outstanding
team," says UNC Coach Jim Donnan.
Their personnel fluctuates week-to-week
because some of their players are
also seeing varsity action. But, I know
we're going to have to play well Friday if
we hope to win."
Donnan says the Tar Babies made
typical opening game mistakes in their
V-b all team 11-3
The women's volleyball team pushed its
record to 11-3 this week on the road with
three wins and a loss. Tuesday in Durham
the volleyballers topped Wake Forest, 15-10,
1715 but fell to Dukel6-14, 13-15, 1&3.
Wednesday in Raleigh, they defeated
Meredith 15-4, 15-6 and East Carolina 12
15, 15-6, 15-8.
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loss to Duke. v - -
He adds that Carolina did get fairly
good play from defense, end Stan
Lancaster, linebacker Ronnie Dpwdy,
defensive back Wade Thornton,
offensive lineman Billy Dunn,
quarterbacks Bernie Menapace and
Johnny Elam and running backs Larry
Tedder and Tony Mills.
I was most pleased with our kicking
game," says Donnan. "One does not
usually see. a good kicking game in a
jayvee or freshman game, but I thought
- ours was exceptional. Menapace did a
f good job on kickoffs and Elam had a
great night punting." -
J Elam and Menapace will again share:
: the quarterbacking job in Friday's;
The game will be a homecoming of
sorts for Donnan. He was a star:
quarterback at State in his playing days
and also coached there before coming to
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