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    Football smacks UNC-W,19-6;
track hurt by injuries, flu
Friday, October 21, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 5
club sports
By DAVID POOLE
Carolina's club football team followed the
UNC varsity's victory over N.C. State last
weekend with a 19-6 victory Sunday over
UNC-Wilmington at Wilmington.
The game was not as close as the score
indicated. The Rams fumbled twice inside
UNC-Wilmington's 15-yard line, and a 53
yard field goal attempt sailed wide left. The
offense amassed some 485 yards, while the
defense continued to be strong, giving up less
than 200 yards total offense to UNC-W.
The first score in the game came on a 15
yard pass from quarterback Rick Tamburi
to Kip Fraasa. The Tamburi-Fraasa
combination struck again later for a 2 1 -yard
touchdown. Tamburi threw his third
touchdown pass of the day, a 53-yarder, to
Benny Goldstein.
Fumbles were a problem for the Rams as
they lost the ball once at the UNC-W one
foot line and again at the opponent's 1 1-yard
line. Dan Besse and Carl Kirby recovered
fumbles for the Rams.
Running backs Dwight Davis and Steve
Strauss ran well behind the blocking led by
offensive lineman Clint Lancaster and Frank
King. Mike Matthews, J. R. Steigerwald,
Besse, Kirby and Laird Williams were
singled out for their defensive play by UNC
football club president Buck Wells.
The Rams now stand 3-1 in the conference
and 3-3 overall. This is an off weekend for
the Rams, who next will venture to Raleigh
Oct. 30 to play N.C. State.
Godiva Track was hit hard by injuries and
the flu last weekend and could not field a
team at the Furman Invitational at Furman.
Only four runners were healthy enough to
participate in the race, but these four turned
in fine times that were counted individually.
Dave Hamilton ran the six-mile course in
31:02, and David Hankinsand Roland Rust
also ran times under 32 minutes.
Club president David Royle was
disappointed but said, "We've been lucky so
far; I'm hopeful that as the club continues to
grow, we'll be able to ride this sort of event,"
Other club members, ones that did not
make the Furman trip, ran closer to home in
the Greensboro Road Races. Ken Wing, in
his first season of running, took ninth place
in the 10,000 meter and placed in theover-30
division.
This could be a big weekend lor the
Carolina Godiva Club as it goes to the
Atlantic Coast Club Invitational Saturday in
Raleigh. Clubs from theC'arolinas. Virginia
and the Washington. D.C.. area are expected
to participate, and Godiva is one ol the pre
. race favorites.
Track and football are not the onlv sports
sponsored by the Sports Club Council. 1'he
field hockey drills began this week, and crew
team is beginning to train for its season as
well. The outing club is continuously active,
and the scuba club is busy planning dives.
The tennis club is holding a series of mixed
doubles tournaments on Friday nights, and
several other clubs are cranking up for
another active year. Results from any club
sports event can be reported in writing to the
Daily Tar Heel sports office or bv phone at
933-1548.
Tickets available
Students who failed to pick up tickets
last week for the South Carolina football
game Saturday will be given standing
room tickets before the game at the gate.
Students should present their
identification cards and athletic passes to
be admitted to the game. No student will
be turned away, athletic department
officials say.
Heels favored over ECU booters
By TOD III CillKS
Staff Writer
Inspired second-hall play provided the
spark for C arolina's 1-0 overtime .in over
Campbell Wednesday in Buies Creek, and
the lar Heels are favored to defeat l ust
Carolina Saturdav at 1 1 a.m. on I eter
Field.
"I don't think they're that strong." I NC
coach Anson Dorrance said of the FCU
Hockey shuts Davidson out
Carolina broke open a close game in the
second half and went on to a 5-0 women's
field hockey win over Davidson Wednesday
night in Greensboro in a game that UNC
coach Dolly Hunter called a well played
game by both teams.
"It started out rough." she said. "1 he field
was terrible, and both teams had to travel,
but it turned into a last game of hockey. Both
teams were quick on their feet."
Vicki Greenwood and l.ibby Mathiason
each had two goals lor I'M", while Bashi
Buba added one. Kim Zimmerman and
I aune Woodard each assisted one goal.
" I hedelcnse played wondertully," Hunter
said. "Joanne Fresco was good as ever. She's
like a wall. You couldn't get a ball past her."
Hunter also praised the play of UNC
halfback .loan Zahriske and Woodard.
Carolina hosts Duke I uesdav at 3 p.m. on
llmtou .lames field.
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them to play us defensively. There's the
possibility we'll score a lot of goals against
them. I hey could also hold us to one or two,
but we definitely hase to be favored."
Things did not go well for Carolina in the
first half against Campbell because the shots
the lar Heels look were not going into the
net.
"We outshot Campbell 43-1 S (lor the
game)." Dorrance said. "We were incapable
of Imishing (putting the ball in the net alter
getting it down near the Campbell goal)."
The midficld was not playing well,
prompting Dorrance to make a change for
the second half.
"We were losing the midfield," Dorrance
said. "So in the second half we changed to a
4-2-4 offense. Then the midfield came alive,
and we started dominating. 1 think what
happened was that my midfielders became so
insulted that they came out fighting in the
second half."
W ith live minutes remaining in the
overtime period, Roy Baroff fed Dav id Blum
for the winning goal. Dorrance applauded
the defensive work of Peter Griffin and
Martin Trimble, the midfield play of Baroff
anil John Fernandez and the efforts of
center-forward Bill Propster, making his
starting debut.
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