Thursday, October 20. 1977 The Daily Tar'Heel 5
Carolina strengthened its grasp on the
ACC defensive lead while Amos
Lawrence moved to second in the
conference in rushing following UNC's
win Saturday over N.C. State.
The Tar Heels traded their ACC
leadership in pass defense for the lead in
rushing defense while remaining first in
total defense and scoring defense. UNC is
allowing 242.2 yards and 7.3 points a
game. 'Clemson is second in total defense.
Wake Forest's James MacDougald
still owns the rushing lead, but Lawrence
replaced State's Ted Brown and Billy Ray
Vickers for the second spot. Lawrence is
averaging 94 yards a game.
Carolina moved, into second in rushing
offense with 227 yards a game behind
State's 253.7 and is second in scoring
offense with 22.8 points a game.
State still leads the league in total
offense, followed by Maryland and
Clemson. Wolfpack quarterback Johnny
Evans is first in individual total offense,
followed by Clemson's Steve Fuller.
Tar Heel placekicker Tom Biddle is
fourth in the league in scoring with 5.5
points a game. He leads conference
kickers with an average of one field goal
per game, having connected on six of 12
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By DINITA JAMES
The UNC women's volleyball team
suffered a disappointing loss in
Carmichael Auditorium to Duke
Tuesday night in a best-of-five match,
10-15, 15-6. 14-16, 11-15.
UNC coach Beth Miller said her
team's solid performance in the F lorida
Invitational last weekend might have
hurt the Heels' performance Tuesday
"There may have been a letdown al ter
Florida; I don't know if there was or
Duke, however, did not run away
with the match. The four games were
extremely hard fought as evidenced by
After losing the first game, the Tar
Heels put together some strong team
play for an easy win in the second game.
Game three was perhaps the most
exciting of the match. The game
JV netters win two
Carolina's undefeated junior varsity
women's tennis team defeated two varsity
squads in matches here earlier this week.
The UNC JVs edged East Carolina 5-4
Monday and came back Tuesday to rout
UNC-Wilmington 9-0. The wins were
Carolina's third and fourth of the season.
Pika to sponsor Beat Dook parade
The 45th annual Beat Dook Parade,
sponsored by the Pi Kappa Alpha
fraternity, will be held Nov. 18.
Grand marshall for the parade will be
Rick Dees, the Carolina graduate and
Pika alumnus who recorded the songs
"Disco Duck" and "Dis-Gorilla." He is
currently a disc jockey for a Memphis
Tindall wins in
Bruce Tindall, outspoken opponent of
student fee increases, won a runoff election
for the Campus Governing Council District 1
seat Tuesday by a margin of nine votes.
Tindall received 45 votes in the election,
while his opponent, Paul Kade, polled 36.
Tindall, a first-year law student, is the
founder of SAFE, Students Against Fee
Beat Dook activities will include a
Beat Dook Queen contest and a float
contest. Any organization interested in
entering a contestant or a float in the
competition should contact R. L.
Adams or Steve Brown at the Pika
house at 106 Fraternity Court or call
them at 968-9371 or 968-9024.
A Beat Dook program also will be
available the week of the parade. It will
provide information on the parade, its
route and the history of the Carolina
' The Pikas also hope to broadcast the
parade over WCHL, but plans are still
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seesawed back and forth and neither
team ever built up more than a three
point lead. Duke pulled the win out alter
the game was tied at 8-8, 10-10, 12-12
The fourth game was extremely tense
for both teams, but the Tar Heels never
seemed to be able to recover from their
upsetting loss in the third game.
Miller said the team's sporadic play
was a major factor in its loss. "We didn't
play as consistently as we have been
playing." Miller said. "We played in
spurts. We'd make some really good
plays and then... We were just
Miller said Duke played very well.
But she also said she thought Carolina
handled Leslie Lewis. Duke's main
.scoring punch, very well.
"Lewis was instrumental in the match
but I don't think she was the sole reason
i hey won," Miller said. "I think we did a
good job of containing her. We blocked
several of her spikes. But she's definitely
a good player and an asset to Duke's
Foley said the team's injury situation
also had an effect on the match Tuesday
"Because of our injuries we had a new
combination tonight. We just had to get
used to playing together and to having
somebody different beside us," she said.
Mary Alice Abdalla, a starter, and
Ruth Hcruska, first off the bench, were
both out of action for the match against
The Tar Heels will have a chance to
redeem themselves in a tri-meet with
Winthrop and Elon College Thursday
night at Elon College.
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