By BILL FIELDS
UNCs baseball Tar Heels opened their
fall season this week, splitting doubleheaders
with East Carolina and Louisburg.
Coach Mike Roberts' team began its fall
slate by hosting East Carolina Monday
night. Carolina lost the opener 3-0, but came
back to win the nightcap 9-4 behind the
pitching efforts of freshmen Charlie Beverly,
Bill Musser and "Peanut" Parks.
Carolina traveled to Louisburg Junior
College Tuesday, losing the first game 6-4,
but the Heels used the hitting of third
baseman Jim Atkinson and Roy Clark, plus
the pitching performance of Clay Johnson to
win the second contest, 3-2.
UNC faces East Carolina in a rematch
Friday night in Greenville and the Tar Heels
meet UNC-Wilmington , in a home
doubleheader Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Roberts
said that Wilmington will have a different
look from the past as it had a good recruiting
year, signing 12 players.
The 24 games composing the fall schedule
do not count in the NCAA standings, but
Roberts sees an important benefit from the
games: "The fall play gives the freshmen a
chance to gain experience. These fall games
should help eliminate early season mistakes
in the spring," Roberts said.
How does Tar Heel Baseball look for
1978? Roberts is optimistic, saying, "We
have good team speed, good hitting and
pitching, which makes us a potentially fine
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Dick Drayton, a junior from
Philadelphia, was the high scorer for
UNC in 1974 and 1976 and scored four
goals in the UNC-Wilmington game last
year. UNC-W is UNCs opponent this
Saturday in Wilmington.
No big coolers in Kenan
Spectators at Saturday's Carolina-Richmond football game will not be
permitted to bring coolers larger than one cubic foot in size into Kenan Stadium.
The cooler policy is the same one that was in effect last year, and only those
containers that will fit under a seat without protruding will be allowed through
Big4on WRDU ACC football
WRDU-TV Channel 28 is broadcasting
the "Big Four Game of the Week" feature
this fall, with films of selected games
involving Big Four Schools.
The show will be aired from 6 to 7 p.m.
Mondays with Woody Durham acting as
ott. Every play from the selected game will
be shown, with interviews and various
features planned for future shows.
The CaroUna'Kfcntucky game was shown,
last week, and the Duke-Michigan game will
be shown this week. The next week will
feature N.C State-Wake Forest.
IM entries high
Intramural racquetball entries hit an all
time high at Carolina this semester,
according to Assistant Intramural Director
Seventy-six men are entered in men's
singles, while 18 women and 11 doubles
teams have entered. Glenn Shefter, last
year's winner, is returning to defend his title.
James Dorm still needs intramural
managers. Those interested should check by
the intramural office.
i North Carolina
This week's schedule
Clemson at Georgia
Duke at Michigan
West Virginia at Maryland
Richmond at North Carolina
N.C. State at Syracuse
Virginia at Texas
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest
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Face UNCW Saturday
Friday, September 16, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 7
UNC soccer slides by Belmont Abbey
By TOD HUGHES
The Carolina soccer team eased past
Belmont Abbey 6-1 Wednesday to notch its
second consecutive victory of the young
season, but the Tar Heels must tie up some
loose ends to ready themselves for their game
with UNC-Wilmington Saturday.
UNC scored the first two goals of the
Belmont A bbey contest, padded its lead to 4
I at the half and tallied twice more in the
second period. Freshman scholarship player
John Fernandez of Orlando, Fla. scored two
goals from his right-wing position on bullets
into the lower corners of the net, w inning the
praise of coach Anson Dorrance.
Other scorers for Carolina were Butch
Bernard, Peter Griffin, sophomore Billy
Propster and junior Rick Eaton. Dorrance
also said sophomore right back David Blum,
Sean Naber and senior goalie Lee Morton
played good games. Horton started and
played the whole game in the net, giving
Martin Trimble a rest.
"They're not as strong as I thought they'd
be," Dorrance said of Belmont Abbey. "The
score doesn't indicate the chances we had.
We could have easily scored more.
"Basically we were beating them one-on-one,
dribbling around them at will. This had
a tendency to hurt us, because it led to
overdribbling. Peter Griffin went on a
dribbling spree, beating men very
artistically, which impressed the other coach
Despite playing before an away crowd,
Dorrance felt his team had the advantage
because of Belmont Abbey's wider field.
Carolina's ball-possession skills can
manifest themselves better on larger fields.
"We'll always play better on Fetter,"
Dorrance said, "but away games are good
for us, because many fields are larger than
ours. We have an edge when w e can spread it
Another bright spot for the Heels was the
return to limited action of Roy Baroff and
Olaf Kampfschmidt. both of whom had been
injured. Dorrance said Baroff played at
about 90 per cent Wednesday, but feels he
should be I00 per cent on Saturday when the
Heels take on UNC-W at Wilmington.
Dorrance believes the team must tighten
up its defensive play, especially in the
midfield, and must take better advantage of
its scoring opportunities in order to be
"I'd like the midfielders to be doing more
. scoring," he said. "I'd like one goal scored a
game from one of our three middies."
UNC-W will provide the stillest challenge
of the young season. I he Seahawks are only
three spaces behind the Tar Heels in the
southern soccer rankings. UNC being
seventh and UNC-W tenth.
"We know they're strong." Dorrance said.
"They lost 5-4 to Maryland and beat small
college power Campbell 4-0. Judging from
the scores. UNC-W must have an attack. We
have to be concerned about their scoring."
Last year the Heels blanked the Seahawks
5-0, but Dorrance feels that was not a good
indication of the relative stregths of the two
"Last season's score was deceptive,
because it was probably our best shooting
day of the year. Dick Drayton scored four
goals, and he only had nine for the season.
It's hard to judge (how good the other team
is) when one of your players has such an
"If we play at our peak, we'll beat them,"
Dorrance said. "Anything less than our best
and we'll put ourselves in a position to be
StH photo by Dvk) Dtlton
David Blum (left), a Greensboro sophomore, had one of the better games against
Belmont Abbey, UNC coach Anson Dorrance said.
upset. If they have a narrow field and a large
partisan crowd supporting them, the odds
against us will be tougher.
"The way to beat them is for our defense to
stop their strikers. It's possible to score on
them, but it sounds like it will be a slugfest.
It'll be the kind of game where you just hope
yVu score one more than they do."
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