Monday. October 10. 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 5
Ragazzos face each other on the field
State remains atpp ACC standings
Phil Ragazzo stood on the Carolina
sidelines Saturday, peering through the rain
toward the other side of Kenan Stadium.
Vito Ragazzo, his lather and an assistant
coach for Wake Forest, stood on the Wake
sidelines, peering back.
Phil's team was winning its first Atlantic
Coast Conference of the year, 24-3, over
Wake, while the Deacons were dropping to a
dismal 1-4 record. Because he plays for one
team while his dad coaches another, the
younger Ragazzo said he had no mixed
emotions about the game.
"I wanted us to win," the backup center
said. "But then at the same time, I didn't
want his team to look bad. I guess that's a
little inconsistent, but everything worked out
Indeed it did. Carolina's defense turned in
another outstanding performance, and some
of the defensive players might be named
offensive players of the week for the
turnovers they caused, including a 72-yard
touchdown runback by strong safety Alan
Caldwell after an interception.
Ragazzo, who played in two offensive
By GENE UPCHURCH
series near the end of the game, said he and
his dad talk about football when they're
together, but not necessarily Carolina-Wake
"He takes it low profile," he said. "He
doesn't put any pressure on me. He wants me
to do good and 1 want his team to do well.
But we had to win today because they beat us
last time they played here,
"1 don't feel bad," he said. "But they're 1-4
now, and they have a better team than that.
They need something that'll get them used to
winning. It's going to be easier for me to go
home now that we won. 1 can say we won. 1
won't give him a hard time, but at the same
time they won't be able to give me a hard
The elder Ragazzo was an assistant coach
at UNC until 1975.
It was haircut time last week for freshmen
on Carolina's football team.
Each freshman volunteered or was
"asked" to volunteer to have his head
"We came down to the field house the
other day and came in and they were
standing there with the clippers in their
hands," Steve Streater said.
There was no real reason for shaving
heads, as in past years when various team
members would shave their heads to get "up"
for a game.
"It just came up at that time." Streater
said. "If we beat State, some of the
upperclassmen said they'll do it."
Some distinguished guests were present
Saturday at the Carolina-Wake game.
New York Yankee owner (ieotge
Steinbrenncr missed game No. 4 of the
American l eague playoffs a crucial game
between his Yankees and the Kansas City
Royals to be at l'C.
His daughter, (iinny. is a freshman at
Carolina, and her sorority. Delta Delta
Delta,, had parents' day Saturday so
Steinbrenner flew in from Kansas City for
the football game. While he was in Chapel
Hill, his Yankees won 6-4.-
Actor Paul Newman, of The Sling. Hutch
Cassitiy and the Sundance A'iand Slapstick
fame, also was at the game. He is in the area
because his daughter is in Duke Hospital in
Carolina's inexperienced offensive line
suffered a blow Saturday when guard John
Rushing went out with partially torn
ligaments in his right knee.
He said doctors told him he would be out
of action for one or two weeks but that no
surgery will be necessary.
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Tournament held over the weekend in
Carolina took a commanding lead Friday
when it won six of its nine semifinal matches.
After winning five of the nine possible
championships, the Tar Heels wrapped up
the team title Saturday and relaxed as
Clemson, Duke and Virginia fought for
UNC finished with 62 points, followed by
Clemson (56), Virginia (55) and Duke (53).
Host team Wake Forest, Maryland and N.C.
State finished fifth, sixth and seventh,
The top story of the tourney for Carolina
was the play of senior Carney Timberlake.
Timberlake has struggled for the past two
years after enjoying a sparkling freshman
season. Seeded only third in the second
flight singles, she pulled two upsets in
winning the title. She beat No. 2 seed Erin
Wolf of Duke in the semis, then took a three-
set match from top-seeded Beth Bondurant
(UVa.) for the championship.
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freshmen Lloyd Hatcher (flight three). Betty
Baugh Harrison (5). and sophomore Janet
Shands (6). Harrison and Shands also
teamed to take the third-flight doubles
Clemson freshman Susan Hill pulled the
biggest upset of the tourney, crushing top
seeded Cindy Johnson of Duke 6-1. 6-0. in
the first-flight singles championship match.
Despite the loss. Johnson was named the
Field hockey team drops to Virginia Cavs 3-2
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The Carolina field hockey team put
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Friday against Virginia, but it wasn't quite
aood enough as the Cavaliers downed the
Heels, 3-2, in an exceptionally well-played
hockey game for this area.
The Tar Heels excited the home field
crowd, overflowing from the tiny bleacher
section, by scoring the first goal of the game
when Vicki Greenwood knocked one in from
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scrappy Tar Heel defense when Cindy Car.o
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The half progressed with hustle and good
stickwork by both teams, with tough defense
on the part of Holzer, sweeper Ann Philbrick
and inner Sue McCandless. But UVa's
persistence in the scoring circle netted a goal
by Carzo with 3:15 remaining in the half.
The second half opened with several
exchanges and heads-up defense by Carolina
in the scoringcircle. But while the Heels were
tough inside, their mid-field play was
sloppier than in the first half as the Heels
seemed worn down by the well-conditioned
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