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The UNC cross country team will compete in the North Carolina State Championships
Saturday as the countdown begins for next week's conference meet.
The Tar Heels ended the dual portion of their schedule last weekend with a loss to
defending ACC champion Duke Blue Devils. Duke's Scott Eden broke the Finley Golf
Course record set by UNC freshman Ralph King three weeks ago against Maryland.
King came in third place behind Duke's Robbie Perkins. "Eden ran a super race, especially
in the type of weather we had," said UNC coach Bill Urn. This is the first time Ralph has
been outrun and really had to push it. The defeat should help from the aspect of having to
reach down farther than ever before. Eden was rough on him but it will get easier for Ralph
every time he races a person of that caliber.
Duke will be the team to beat this weekend with Eden the favorite to take the individual
crown. Lam expects the Tar Heels to contend for first or second place. "Southerland, Ward
and King are looking good, said Lam. "If Hamilton and McLee can come along, I feel like
we will have a real strong team." N.C. State, East Carolina and Pembroke are also considered
to have strong teams. Schools from all over North Carolina will be competing on N.C. State's
Such a large field requires a different type of running than in dual meets. "In dual
competition it is easy to get out of the race if the top five or six runners go off by themselves,"
said Lam. "If you are eighth there is a big gap between you and the leaders. In big meets there
is always someone to run with you. If you let down, a couple of men can slip in and push the
team back further."
Lam will treat the State meet as preparation for the conference championships at Duke
next week. "We are not looking past this race, we would like to do well. But at the same time
the main one is the conference meet. Everyone is coming along pretty good. We will work
clear through the week then let up so everyone will feel right for the conference. It will be a
close race between Duke, Maryland and us."
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The women fencers open their 1974 season
Saturday when they participate in the
Tigress Open Tournament at Clem son
With a squad of 19, including four seniors
with a minimum of three years experience
each, the team, coached by Ron Milkr,
should be set for a very successful season.
This should be by far the best women's
team we've ever had," Miller predicts. "We
have young, but experienced fencers and the
attitude and enthusiasm shown so far in
practice is very good. This is particularly due
to the fact that there was no real women's
team like it before. This year, there are
actually four events in many of the meets
well be attending: women's foil, and men's
foil, sabre, and epee."
Saturday's meet, however, is only for
women and Miller is high on Carolina's
The Tigress Open is one of the better
southern women opens. There will be teams
from Georgia, Florida, South Carolina,
North Carolina and possibly Virginia and
Tennessee. The individual matches are held
Saturday and the three-girl team matches are
"Any one of our better four teams coukl
win it all, but, because of exams and things, a
couple of our better individuals wont be
coming down until Sunday."
Miller cites Captain Sarah Roberts and
Moo rest own. N J. freshman Garney Ingram
as possible standouts in Saturday's
competition. Other pre-season accolades go
to veterans Marilyn Blkk and Pam Peacock.
Although the remainder of the schedule is
still in the formation stage, the women will
be traveling to Cornell next weekend to face
Cornell and State University of New York at
Binghamton, both nationally ranked.
Atlanta, here we come ...
And the Carolina varsity soccer team can't
With its overall 3-3-1 record on the line the
UNC booters take on relatively unknown
Emory College on Friday.
According to Assistant Coach Kip Ward,
Emory has fine talent and shouldn't be taken
Coming off a staggering 6-0 loss at the
hands of a Clemson Tiger Machine last
week, a team that Coach Marvin Allen
describes as a "squad so good with so much
experience if we played them every day we
probably wouldn't win once," Carolina goes
to a big soccer center hoping to make things
By moving spirited Rob Hassold from full
to halfback the past week, there is for the
first time all season a sense of a strong
midfield. necessary in a squad's success.
Along with Peter Griffin and Rob Hollis,
there is the making of one of the finest
combinations in the country. ,
The next three weeks, Carolina seeks
respectability and representation, as the
season draws to a close. .
Holding an 0-2 slate in the ACC,
remaining three encounters are with ACC
foes beginning with N.C. State at home on
Oct. 30 and winding up with Maryland and
The UNC women's tennis team will play
its second home match of the season today
when the Tar Heels are host to William and
Mary at 2:30 p.m.
Carolina is coming off a narrow 5-4
victory over Duke Tuesday which upped
their seasonal record to 3-0. The Tar Heels
have victories over East Carolina and Mary
Baldwin besides the one over the Blue
Like last year, the Tar Heels are finding
themselves injury-prone. Carney
Timberlake, the freshman who is UNC's
number one player,' missed the Duke match
because of a sore shoulder. Timberlake has
been unable to serve because of her shoulder
condition, and it is doubtful that she will
Beth Hamilton and Jane Preyer are the
other Carolina players now suffering from
injuries. Hamilton has a hurt wrist and
Preyer is having problems with her feet.
Both, however, will probably play today.
The Tar Heels should have few problems
with their opponents from Williamsburg.
The only common foe of the two teams so far
this year has been Mary Baldwin, who beat
William and Mary 1 1-0 and fell to Carolina
Should Timberlake not play, Carolina's
top six will probably be Hamilton, Suzanne
Bowron, Preyer, Nina Cloaninger, Rebecca
Garcia and Linda Matthews.
Kevin B arris
Staff photo by Charles Marty
UNC's Ralph King (foreground) and Scott Eden of Duke
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