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Greenwood, Buba lead Heels
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Field hockey, volleyball open seasons today
Two recipients of new scholarship money to the UNC women's open their 1977 seasons Tuesday, the volleyball team at N.C.
athletic program are field hockey player Bashi Buba (left) and State and the field hockey team at UNC-Greensboro.
volleyball player Donna Gutterman (right). Both of their teams
Heel volleyball debuts at State
The Tar Heel women's volleyball team opens a demanding
fall schedule with a 7:30 p.m. match Tuesday at N.C. State,
and for the first time in the sport's history at UNC, scholarship
players will participate for Carolina.
Senior Donna Gutterman, a three-year starter known for
her spiking talent, is one scholarship player while freshman
Sue Strahl of Liverpool, N.Y., is the other.
Junior Jane Foley and senior Carolyn Hawkins are two
State leads AGC football standings
other players UNC coach Beth M iller points toward as leaders
oi me iv squad.
"There is plenty of talent, and if the girls play well, and
consistently, we can have a good team." Miller said.
The Heels finished fourth in the N.C. AIAW regional
tournament last year. Included on their schedule for this fall is
powerhouse Duke, along with Appalachian State and East
Carolina. UNC will participate in two round robin
tournaments this season, one in Florida and another in
Team W L T PTS OP W L T PTS OP
N.C. State 1 0 0 14 0 2 1 0 75 28
Maryland 1 0 0 21 14 1 I 0 37 38
N.Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 38 10
Wake Forest 0 0 0 0' 0 1 ' i - 'O "24 ' 16
Clemson 110 14 ' 2T 1 f . 6 ' ' 21 27
Duke 000 000 20 25 38
Virginia 010 0 14 020 0 82
Today . . .
Daily Tar Heel
By ISABEL WORTHY
They come from places like Bryn
Mawr. Penn.. l.ambertville. N.J. and
Concord. Mass. They all know the rules
of hockey, an uncommon trait for folks
south of Virginia. But the 27 members of
the field hockey team will don Carolina
blue and white uniforms today for their
opening game and will call themselves
the Tar Heels.
Carolina Coach Dolly Hunter,
entering her second year as head field
hockey coach, is excited about her
northern transplants, old and new, and
expects them to come out swinging at 3
p.m. today against UNC-G in
Leading the way for UNC will be
senior link Vicki Greenwood, the only
Tar Heel to make it to last year's
Nationals, and junior inner Bashi Buba.
who competed with Greenwood for the
individual team scoringtitle last season.
Buba and Greenwood, along with
senior center halfback Laurie
Woodward, and junior Sue
McCandless. have been awarded
scholarships this year for the first time,
making a total of nine scholarship
players on the team, including two
The freshman halfback Joanne
Fresco and link Hazel Chinkwright. and
the 1 1 other newcomers should figure
prominently into the Tar Heels' plans,
according to Hunter.
"This is the best (field hockey) team in
the history of UNC." she said. "We have
13 new freshmen and they're just
Though many of the freshmen will
spend parts of their first years on the
junior varsity squad, most will switch
back and forth gaining experience
with the jayvees and giving depth to the
"Last year we had incredible
enthusiasm, but no depth." H unter says.
"When the injuries hit us (midway in the
season, resulting in a long losing streak)
we had no backups. This year we have
depth, so if injuries do come we'll still be
An organizational meeting for the UNC
women's basketball team will be held today
at 4 p.m. in 304 Woollen Gym. not
Wednesday as reported in Monday's OTH.
All interested persons are invited to attend.
Reservations for the top 1 1 Joyner tennis
courts are being taken in the intramural
office from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday
To reserve a court, go by the intramural
office and pick up a reservation slip a day in
advance. Courts are available from 3:45 to
8:45 p.m., Monday through Friday and from
8 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. on the weekends.
Intramural horseshoes will not be played
this semester due to the loss of the horseshoe
pits. Horseshoes may return next semester.
An officials' volleyball clinic will be held
sometime the first week of October.
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So much talent is displayed by the
team that Hunter is having trouble
deciding who should be the starters on
the varsity squad. She says sophomore
Mary Holer will be the starting goalie
alter her show ing last year.
However, things do not look so
concrete up front. Buba. Conkwright
and junior wing Laurie Ginter are
expected to hold three of the four
lrontline positions, but a pair of
freshmen, Kim Zimmerman and Lihby
Mathiason, will fight for the other wing
spot. Probably Zimmerman will start
today because an ankle injury has
temporarily knocked Mathiason out of
The second line of battle, consisting
of two links, will probably be the most
solid line in Coach Hunter's attack,
featuring Greenwood and McCandless.
two of the most experienced Tar Heels.
Filling the halfback slots will be
Woodward and senior Jane Ronncr at
center and left, respectively, with the
right half to be either Fresco or Joan
Zabriske. both freshmen. For sweeper, a
new position created by Carolina's
change in alignment, there will be a toss
up between sophomore defensive ace
Betsy Fahl and senior second team
goalie Ann Philbrick.
Coach Hunter is nearly as excited
about the Tar Heels' schedule as she is
about the team. "We are playing many
of the same teams, but we have added
three new Virginia teams Hollins,
Roanoke and Virginia Tech which
will be a little more difficult than the
teams in North Carolina." Hunter said.
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