4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September
Midsummer Night's Dream' here
Twelve ol' the world's most brilliant
dancing stars can be seen in Chapel H ill
when the New Y ork City Ballet film of A
Midsummer Night's Dream is shown at
Memorial Hall Oct. 2 and 3. The first
full-length ballet to be produced as a
motion picture, A Midsummer Night's
Dream will present the 100-member
company in Shakespeare's romantic
comedy. George Balanchine
choreographed the ballet to the music of
Felix Mendelssohn. Shows are on
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This is the first show in the Carolina
Union Dance Series, and season ticket
holders may attend any performance.
Individual tickets will be available at the
door at $2.50 for the general public and
$1.50 for children, students and those
persons 65 or older.
Suanne Farrell and Edward Villella
dance the parts of the fairy king and
queen. Arthur Mitchell appears as
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Puck, the practical joker who causes the
merry mix-ups in the comedy. Jacques
D'Amboise and Allegra Kent dance the
spectacular performance in the palace of
the Duke of Athens. This is the famous
scene for which Felix Mendelssohn
provided the world with his universal
favorite. "The Wedding March."
A Midsummer Night's Dream
reaches a new high in ballet film
production values, and dive Barnes ol
the.VcM- York Times hails it asoneoi the
best dance films eer made. Many have
acclaimed it as being far more enjoyable
on film than lie on stage.
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the animal to its trailer in
Ramshead Parking Lot. hut they
The horse's owner finally was
located in Morrison dorm at 5:30
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to its trailer without incident.
Police theoritd that a passerby
released the horse from its trailer.
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PRC holds auditions
The Carolina Union, in association with
the Carolina Playmakers, will present Neil
Simon's "The Good Doctor"Nov. 12, 13, 15
and 16. Auditions for the show will be held
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 3 and 4, in Room
205 of the Carolina Union from 4 to 6 and 8
to 10 p.m. Interviews for production staff
will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 7 to
10 p.m. in Room 205. Designers should
bring portfolios, and other technical
personnel should bring resumes.
"The Good Doctor" is a series of
Hitting, steady pitching
lift baseballers to sweep
By BILL FIELDS (
Carolina's fall baseball team won its' fifth
and sixth straight games Wednesday night in
Boshamer Stadium as the Heels defeated
Pfeiffer College in a doubleheader4-l and 8
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As in previous wins, timely hitting by
Carolina along with steady pitching were the
strengths in keeping UNC on top in fall play.
Roy Clark's first-inning double in the
opening game drove in Mike Fox, and the
Tar Heels added runs in the second and
fourth innings to secure the win. David Kirk
pitched the win for Carolina.
Clay Johnson opened on the mound for
UNC in the nightcap, and after he retired the
first three Pfeiffer hitters in order, the Tar
Heel batsmen went to work to score two runs
in the bottom of the first. '
Mike Fox tripled to right field to start the
inning. Roy Clark drove Fox home With a
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humorous and touching sketches loosely
based on the writings of Anton Chekov.The
production will be directed by Jonathan
Farwell. newly appointed acting instructor
in the graduate theatre program. Mr.
Farwell comes to Chapel H ill after five years
as leading actor and director at the
Cleveland Play House.
A "portable" production will be presented
at four different Chapel Hill locations. A
cast of 10 or 12 actors will portray a wide and
wild variety of roles ranging from the
sentimental to broad farce.
sacrifice fly. and this set up Jim Atkinson's
solo home-run blast to right field.
Carolina scored four runs in the second
inning on a sacrifice fly by Kevin Caddell, a
bunt hit by Phil Griffith and a triple by Brad
After three innings Pfeiffer scored three
runs to trail Carolina 5-3. Two more hits by
Clark and Lloyd in the fourth inning lifted
the score to 7-3, and a Lloyd Brewer single in
the fifth drove home Dave Barnett for
UNC's final run.
. A game with UNC-Wilmington scheduled
for Thursday night was canceled, so
Carolina's next action comes in Greenville
Monday night against the ECU Pirates.
Carolina has two wins, a loss and a tie
against the Pirates in fall play.
host High Point
By TOD HUGHES
Seldom has a score so little reflected the
tone of a game as UNC's 1-0 soccer triumph
over Davidson on Wednesday.
A combination of the Wildcat goalie's
defensive play and a plethora of near misses
on Tar Heel shots kept the margin of victory
a single goal.
"We were dominating the whole game,"
coach Anson Dorrance said. "It's a miracle
the score wasn't seven or eight to nothing.
We must have taken about 60 shots and
Davidson not more than one or two. We hit
the crossbar about seven times and the goalie
about 27 times. It was just a matter of inches.
Tactically it was our best game of the year.
They had an outstanding goalkeeper. He
made about seven or eight one-on-one
Carolina scored the only goal of the game
in the first half on the efforts of John
"He had an outstanding game," Dorrance
said of his freshman striker. "He beat his
man almost every time he got the ball. On the
scoring play he beat his own man, sprinted
about 30 yards, beat the keeper and put it in
Dorrance was also pleased with the results
of his experimental lineup changes. Dick
Drayton played well at center-forward after
moving up from midfield, and David Blum
was a pleasant surprise at center-midfield.
Dorrance said Blum won the starting job
with his excellent performance against
Also cited for oniitv play were goalie
Martin Trimble, .....g-midfielder Roy
Baroff, fullback Ed Fenimore and junior
Cooper Osborne, who started his first game
at wingback in place of Hugh Bennett. (
Although the closeness of the score was a
bit nerve-racking, Dorrance was pleased
with the team's shot selection and felt the
Heels attacked well from behind.
Saturday the Heels are back on Fetzer
Field to play High Point at II a.m.
According to Dorrance, H igh Point is a well
coached team on par with Guilford, a team
which dealt UNC a 2-0 loss in a preseason
"We're expecting a competitive game,"
Dorrance said. "High Point is better than
Davidson, so I definitely think we'll be
challenged, although I'd have to give our
team the edge.
"This is the first game that they've played
us that's ever counted towards the regular
season, so I definitely think they'll be up for
us. They're capable of pulling an upset. I'm
hoping our forwards will be better than their
backs. That could be the key to the match."
Saturday will be the first soccer-football
doubleheader in Carolina history. The
UNC-H igh Point match has been purposely
scheduled for 1 1 a.m. so as not to interfere
with the 1:30 Carolina-Texas Tech gridiron
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