Heels open hoop
Clemson is getting a head start while
Carolina is taking its time as the college
basketball practice season opens
With Oct. 15 set by the NCAA as the
earliest practice date, Clemson coach Bill
Foster has set a scrimmage for 12:01 a.m.
Saturday, while UNC, last year's NCAA
runner-up, is waiting until Monday
afternoon to begin drills.
"This is going to be a regrouping year
for us," Tar Heel Head Coach Dean
Smith says. "I think we have the potential
for another outstanding team. Yet, it will
be very difficult for us to equal the
accomplishments of last year's team."
Walter Davis, Tommy LaGarde and
John Kuester are missing from last
season's team, which won 28 of 33 games
and captured the ACC regular season and
All-America guard Phil Ford, a
leading candidate for National Player of
the Year, and sophomore forward Mike
O'Koren, also a top all-star candidate, are
the Heels' two returning starters.
"Five of our best six defensive players
from last year have graduated," Smith .
says, "so we'll put special emphasis on
defense and rebounding in practice. I'm
not worried about our offense. We should
have an outstanding fast break if we can
get the defensive rebound or force
turnovers with our defense."
Carolina, which has been ranked No. 1
in the nation by Playboy magazine, will
hold its annual Blue-White scrimmage
Nov. 5. The Heels open their regular
season Nov. 26 in Charlotte against
Tix left for S.C.
A few tickets still remain for the Carolina
South Carolina game next Saturday,
according to the UNC Ticket Office. The
office reported Thursday afternoon that
approximately 300 tickets were left for sale
to public or pick-up by students.
IM track winners
The Statistics mile relay team, shot putter
and discus thrower Vernon Chincilli and
long jumper Carl Yoshizawa all contributed
first places to Statistics' victory in the grad
independent division of the intramural track
meet this week. The names were omitted
from Thursday's DTH story.
Karate set Saturday
Black belts Ken Ourso and Don Lane will
lead UNC's seven-man karate team against
Army at 1 p.m. Saturday in Carmichael
Auditorium. No admission charge.
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"I'm not so sure we'll win. I think we're a
better team, but I'm sure UNC will have
great emotions' for that game. It's a lot more
important for them than it is for us (the
Tigers are looking ahead to No. 1 -ranked St.
Louis, Oct. 23 at Clemson). But we will play
with a lot of pride. As long as we're
victorious we won't worry about the score.
We should have no difficulty dominating the
midfield (one of UNC's strengths); we'll just
have to struggle to put the ball in the net."
Starting in 1972, Ibrahim began actively
recruiting in Africa and brought many
Nigerian players to Clemson to play soccer.
The foreign talent became predominant and
has taken the Tigers to the upper echelons of
the collegiate soccer world. Last year's
starting lineup, which consisted of foreign
students, prompted one UNC official to
remark, "It was like the United Nations
playing the UNC soccer team." This year two
Americans have cracked the Tigers' starting
Clemson's two top scorers, Christian
Nwokcja and Godwin Ojbueze, with 20 and
18 goals respectively, are both back. But
Ibrahim stressed the team concept: "Either
the team does well together, or the team does
not do well together."
"It would take an incredible upset to beat
them," UNC coach Anson Dorrance said at
the beginning of the season, "but that's
certainly one of our goals." The key to the
Heels' success will be how Dorrance opts to
face Clemson, either by applying pressure on
offense or by playing a controlled defensive
game. Several weeks ago Dorrance hinted
that the latter course would be the probable
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Two successes marked the club sports
activities of the week as the Carolina Godiva
Track Club and the UNC Club Football
Rams turned in impressive performances.
The Carolina Godiva Track Club finished
first in a five-team meet at Campbell College
last weekend. One of the teams the club
defeated was the very strong East Carolina
team. Godiva's cumulative score was 37.
while ECU finished second with 44.
The keys to Godiva's victory were
twofold. One was the outstanding
performances of Dave Cich and Dave
Hamilton. Cich took third in the individual
meet standings with a time of 26:53. while
Hamilton was fourth, one second behind.
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other three men of the track club who placed
well. Walter Fowler was eighth. Roland
Rust was ninth and Boh Schaich was 13th.
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very pleased with the performance. "This
race should prove the competitive ability of
the Godiva C lub. We have proved that we
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In spite of the two-day soaking that
the Hinton James field has suffered,
UNC Field Hockey Coach Dolly
Hunter says that the Tar Heels will
"most likely" play Davidson this
afternoon at 3 p.m. on the soggy field.
"Part of hockey is playing in the
mud," she said. "They've had to play in
the rain, sleet and snow before, even
with the whole field covered with snow
so you couldn't see the lines."
Hunter doesn't believe that not being
able to practice on the field since UNC's
victory Tuesday over Catawba w ill hurt
the Heels too much, even though they
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will meet at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday on the
Feter Field track. Competition will be
minimal within the group and beginners are
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Wake Forest Club on the Astroturl last
Sunday 25-0. Rick lamburi's 55-vaid
touchdown pass to William Reader,
touchdown runs ol 21 and two vards bv
are playing a highly regarded Davidson
team. "We've been conditioning inside,
so we shouldn't be out of shape, and I
don't think stickwork is something you
lose in two days."
The Tar Heels could be in trouble,
though, il starting forwards Bashi Buba
and Laurie G inter don't recover from
viruses in time for the game. "I think it's
just that 24-hour thing that's been going
around." Hunter said. "II so, they
should be ready to play."
Hunter does not know a whole lot
about the Wildcats but expects them to
give her girls a run for their money. "Our
assistant coach saw them play in a
tournament last weekend and said they
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Steve Strauss, a two-point conversion on a
pass from Laird Williams to Randy Reagan,
two extra points and a 37-yard field goal by
Buck Wells constituted the Rams' scoring.
T he offensive line had an outstanding day
as Robin Summerlin, Carl Kirby and Jim
Henry lead the blocking. The defense
continued its fine play as well, with Rollie
Martin blocking a punt and Bill Murphy
picking off a wayward Wake Forest pass.
Ray Austin, Mike Matthews, Mike Estrada,
Terry Forest and Jarvis Brown also played
I he win over WFU gives the UNC
Foot ball Club a record of 2-3 overall and 2-1
in conterence action. The Rams play State in
Raleigh Sunday afternoon.
looked real good," she said. "They have
a lot of players from Philadelphia on
their team, which means they've had lots
of experience since junior high school. I
know they're strong and well-coached."
Providing Buba and Ginter do play,
Hunter plans to use the same line-up
that whipped Catawba 7-0 Tuesday,
which features leading scorers Buba (3
goals against Catawba, 16 for the
season); Vicki Greenwood (2 against
Catawba, 1 1 for the season) and goalie
Mary H olzer, who has given up only five
goals all season.
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