6 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday. September 1. 1977
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Alumni BW tix on sale
Tickets lor the Alumni Blue-White
basketball game go on sale today at the ticket
office in Carmichael. Tickets are priced at
Former Carolina stars now playing in the
National Basketball Association will
participate in the game, to be played at 5
p.m. on Sept. 10. Proceeds from the contest
go to Campus Chest.
BASKETBALL GAME 1
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10th
FEATURING CAROLINA STARS
OF THE PAST:
BOB McADOO MITCH KUPCHAK
CHARLIE SCOTT ' WALTER DAVIS
BOBBY JONES LENNIE ROSENBLUTH
and many more
ALL TICKETS $3.00 ALL SEATS RESERVED
Tickets Now Orj Sale
at the Carmichael Ticket Office
Sponsored by the Campus Chest
in conjunction with UNC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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UNC football home gets remodeled;
Kenan Field House nears completion
By SKIP FOREMAN
Carolina football has a new home, More
precisely, the Tar Heels now have a
remodeled home. After a cold winter and a
blistering summer, the expansion of Kenan
Field House is nearly completed.
From the outside, very little has changed.
The exterior appears basically the same. The
colors have not been changed, nor are there
any glaring rip-ups or tacky cinder block
jobs. On the outside, the part everyone gets
to see on Sept. 17, the view from the stands
looks very much the same as last year. The
extension totals 32 feet towards the playing
field, however, none of the shrubbery has
Inside, the part the players and coaches see
most often, expansion is the key word. There
is now a film room for filing Carolina game
film, as well as opponents', film from
previous games. Next to the storage room is
an editing room. Included in the film is one
clip that dates back to 1936. Over 2000 reels
can be stored.
Before remodeling, the four offensive
coaches shared an office, as well as did the
four defensive coaches. Now, all eight
coaches have individual offices with a
telephone and blackboard. The rooms are
wood-paneled., and eventually will be
equipped with a screen and projector.
For meetings with offensive or defensive
units, there is a conference room with more
chalk boards and screens, and a divider for
splitting -the room up for special skull
A big meeting room highlights the upstairs
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tven though a 32-foot addition has been added to Kenan Field House at Kenan
fh! JTj avera9e ,an will not notice any difference because the overall design of
the building was not changed.
construction. The room can seat 103 players
and can be divided into three separate
rooms. The room is equipped with swivel
desks to save the trouble of constant moving
The locker room is another major
improvement. In previous years, the junior
varsity team was housed in the visiting locker
room until the Saturday of a home game.
Before Tar Heel opponents arrived, the JV
squad had to relocate their equipment for
one weekend. The new locker facility has
space for 1 17 and shower space for 40.
The other major addition to the fieldhouse
was the installation of weight equipment. No
longer will the football team have to do their
weight-lifting in Woollen Gym. Three weight
rooms with Universal and Nautilus
equipment now aid Athletic Fitness Director
Paul Hoolihan in monitoring player
If players want to take weight off, there is
now a sauna bath and a steam room in the
fieldhouse. Whirlpool space has been
expanded, as has treatment space for help of
the injured. Room has been provided for
taping, separate from the examination area.
M oney for the expansion was provided by
the Kenan Foundation, and the result has
been general satisfaction. "Welcome to the
Kenan Hilton," said Head Coach Bill
Dooley. "It's not quite complete yet but
we're almost finished."
Welcomes You to a Little Bit of China
in Chapel Hill
Enjoy Chineee food in privacy and an ancient Oriental tempo
Over 100 duhet
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Gourmet food from all four
cornen of China-Peking,
wnufn, Lonlon, Shanghai
Dine amid the art of China
AND SPECIALS AT LUNCH
All lunche served with choice of
entree, soup, fried rice ond egg roll.
1 1 o.m 3 p m Monday Friday
Wt AISO SHVt GU1AR MENU AT LUNCH
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Lunch: Weekdays, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.;
Saturday & Sunday, 122:30 p.m.;
Dinner, 59 p.m.
1404 EAST FRANKLIN ST. - CHAPEL HILL - 942-1613
See & Clip
From the Tar Heel
4MH Wot Frtnklm St.
Chaptl Milt. H.C. 17114
(Underneath the Colonial Drug Store,
next to the Widflower Kitchen)
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