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For Carolina trackman Kent Taylor the '
spring season provides a challenge tha't he
can't get from cross country running in the"
faU or the indoor track in the winter, the-3000-meter
steeplechase. This curiosity,
onginally devised for horses, breaks the
monotony of flat racing, and contains an
extra dimension of excitement and drama
rarely matched in ordinary athletics
Three thousand meters, a distance not
quite two miles, b seven and a half times
around the track. Each lap holds five
obstacles waist high wooden barriers that
can be stepped or jumped over, one of which
has a small body of water lying behind. Only
a mammoth leap from the top of the barrier
can clear this water, which is about three feet
at its deepest.
It is in this event, actively avoided by most
distance runners, that Taylor excels. A week
After falling twice to the Duke Blue Devils
in the fall, the UNC women's tennis team
dominated last Thursday's match and ripped
its old nemesis 7-1 on the Duke courts.
The victory, UNCs fourth in as many
outings this spring, was highlighted by Jane
Preyer's stunning upset of Duke's Cindy
Johnson in No. 1 singles.
Preyer needed a tie-breaker to win the first
set 7-6. She took charge in the second,
notching a 6-4 victory to win the match. "She
had kind of an off day and I played well,"
said Preyer, only the second UNC player to
Susie Black, playing No. 2, had an even
closer match, however. She split her first two
sets and won a tie-breaker in the third to
defeat Patty Mays.
Carney Timberlake, Nina Cloaninger and
Rebecca Garcia all had easy times as
Carolina clinched the match after the singles
competition. Duke's Erin Wolf provided the
Blue Devils' only consolation by defeating
UNCs Suzanne Bowron.
The Tar Heels are idle until Thursday
when they compete in the Southern
Collegiate Tournament in Columbus, Miss.
The UNC men's tennis team suffered
only its second loss of the season Saturday,
dropping a 5-4 decision to nationally ninth
ranked Princeton in Princeton, N.J. The loss
left Carolina with a 1 5-2 record going into an
important match against Maryland Monday
in College Park.
CaiGiina'i rWonien fencers finished their -seasdM
Saturday by placing ?.25 th in the
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only its second season, the women's team
compiled a 13-1. dual meet record.
The UNC women's golf team finished
eighth in the Lady Paladin Tournament last
weekend at Furman University. The twenty
team field was led by Tulsa which upset
Furman, the defending champion.
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ago he set the UNC record in the steeple with
a 9:01 clocking at the University of
Richmond. Saturday he bettered that and set
a meet record by beating a strong field at the
State Record Relays in Columbia, S.C., in
Two other Carolina athletes won events
Saturday. Dave Robinson cleared 15 feet to
take the pole vault, and Ralph King
outdistanced the field in the 1500 meters,
In addition, the Heels placed Dennis
Quick second in the long jump, Jeff Gorski
third in the javelin, Will Southerland and
Don Lockerbie fourth and fifth in the 800,
Chris Cox and Chip Wilson fifth and sixth in
the intermediate hurdles, Dave Hamilton
fourth in the 500 meters and Spencer Wynne
sixth in the triple jump.
Carolina placed fifth in the 10-team meet,
behind Auburn, host South Carolina, and
ACC rivals N.C. State and Clemson.
Taylor's steeple time missed the national
qualifying mark by one second, a second he
plans to make up at the Carolina Relays here
Saturday. From there, he should go into the
ACC meet April 17 as the favorite to win the
steeple. His goal for the season is to break
And despite the obvious punishment the
legs take from steepling, Taylor wants to run
the event every week. "I'm hot," he said.
Duke; men dealt 2nd loss
The Tar Heels gained a 3-3 split in singles
but lost two of the three doubles contests, all
.of which went three sets. UNCs Billy Brock
racked up his 16th win of the year against
one loss by defeating Bill Dutton on the No.
1 court, 6-3, 6-2. Princeton's Bob Fisher
knocked off Tommy Dixon on court No. 2,
6-3, 6-4, and UNCs Earl Hassler beat
Edwardo Gentile, 7-5, 6-2 on court three.
Carolina's David Oberstein lost his first
singles match of the season after running off
15 straight, losing to John Hayes on court
No. 4, 6-0, 6-4. Princeton's Gross downed
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From the standpoint of Carolina's
baseball team, it's a shame the Heels couldn't
have saved several of the 1 9 runs they scored
Saturday in shutting out Virginia for this'
Because with Wake Forest, N.C. State
and South Carolina scheduled for today,
Golf 3rd in Big 4
The UNC men's golf team finished
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John McGough shot a final round 71
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UNC finished with a 15 12 total, behind
Wake's 1452 and N. C. State's 1489. Duke
was fourth at 1527.
Junie Chatman on court No. 5, 6-2, 6-3, and
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