6 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday. October 27, 1977
Heel volleyballers triumph
In what could be called riothing but a
dull match, the UNC women's
volleyball team beat Louisburg Tuesday
night in Carmichael Auditorium 15-9,
The Tar Heels were never behind in
the match. Louisburg was able to put
together a substantial comeback in the
first and second games, but these
comebacks were not enough to close the
The third game ran in much the same
vein as the previous two. The Tar Heels
led from the outset and Louisburg
suffered a rash of poor serving.
Jane Foley served five straight points
to put the team ahead 14-4 but lost her
serve. The serve then changed hands six
times until a Jackie Kimbro spike
brought it to Carolina.
Kimbro served the final point, which
was not returned by Louisburg.
Coach Beth Miller was pleased with
Carolina's play. "We played well and
took advantage of a good opportunity,"
"I thought everybody had some good
plays, so we played well individually and
as a team. Our play was especially good
at the net," she said.
Carolyn Hawkins, a senior playing
her last home game (as were Donna
Gutterman and Ruth Heruska, who was,
sidelined with an injury), said she
thought Louisburg was not up to par
Tuesday night. "1 thought Louisburg
was nervous," she said. "We've played
them before, and I know they can play
better than they showed tonight."
- DINITA JAMES
Senior seeks comeback
Bill Buttner shoulders burden of injury
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By DAVID McNEILL
For the last month and a half, Bill Buttner has been
playing the waiting game. And he will be the first to tell
you that he would rather be playing golf.
While his Carolina teammates are playing in the fall
tournaments, Buttner, an all-ACC selection a year ago
has been nursing a sore shoulder which he injured
during a qualifying round at Finley Golf Course in
early September. The Plymouth. Mass., senior tore a
muscle on his right side behind the shoulder blade, and
the muscle stretches and causes pain on the follow
through of his swing.
"My shoulder is still very sore," Buttner said. "It is
taking a long time to heal. It improved a lot the first few
weeks, but the doctor keeps saying I should take
another week off. It's been nearly seven weeks and I'm
getting a little impatient. The team has three
tournaments left this fall, and 1 would like to play in the
Following those three tournaments, UNC will take a
break from competition during the winter. The spring
is the most important part of the year for college
golfers, but the fall offers the players the opportunity
to work on their games and gain valuable experience.
"Although we hope to be playing our best in the
spring," Buttner said, "the fall season is valuable also
as we face some strong competition in the big fall
tournaments. I haven't played any golf in six and a half
weeks. It can sometimes be helpful to take a break from
the game for a little while, but certainly not this long.
"1 would like to be getting my game ready for spring,
and now would be the time to be working on it. We
hope to have a team meeting soon to decide what our
weaknesses are so we can work on them to the point
where we won't be afraid of any shot we face. That is
what golf is all about limiting your fears. If you can
do that, you'll be in great shape."
With Bill Sibbick, Kevin King, John McGough and
Buttner heading the list of returnees from the 1976-77
squad which won the ACC championship and finished
' f ' i 7 i "
Heels in action
Carolina's men's golf team is in Orlando, Fla.,
today to begin play in the Cypress Gardens
1 nvitational. The tournament runs through Sunday.
12th in the nation, the Heels look to be very strong
again this time around.
"I think we have the potential to top what we did last
year," Buttner said. "We have so much depth this year.
We can dig down in the barrel to our seventh, eighth
and ninth man and get someone to help us. Steve Smith
is a good example of this. He was playing on our
second team at the Duke tournament and he went out
and beat everybody.
"We have five freshmen Frank Fuhrer, Eric
Lawhon, Jim Taylor, Jerry Stanislaw and Matt
Sughrue who have ail been playing very well this fall.
They have given us spirit, and they are ready to win
every time they tee it up. They have a lack of fear. I
hope it will rub off on the rest of us. The competition
for starting positions will keep everyone from being
That decision will rest on the shoulders of UNC golf
coach Devon Brouse. Of course, having too many
good players is a problem that most coaches would
love to have. Yet, regardless of the fine depth present,
Brouse wants a healthy Buttner this spring.
"Bill Buttner is very important to our team," Brouse
said. "He gives us a lot of stability, and he is a very
consistent player. He got an invitation to play in the
Sun Bowl Tournament in December, and we hope he
will be able to participate in it. He is a fine individual,
and he provides a good deal of leadership for the
"1 think the seniors should be putting on the show
for the younger guys on the team concerning the idea of
the proper way of handling yourself on and off the
course," Buttner said. "It is important for us to assume
the role of being the leader type, and we also need to
concentrate on playing consistently."
Many of the top golfers in the nation begin
pondering the thought of turning professional and
playing for the big money while they are still in college.
But Buttner is not concerned with that right now. He is
too busy looking forward to his final year as a Carolina
"1 haven't thought about turning pro yet. I just want
to get this team to the NCAA tournament. We want to
go into every tournament with the idea of winning, and
we will be aiming towards winning the ACC
championship once again.
"1 am hoping to play even better than last year,
despite this shoulder injury. I would like to be the most
consistent player on the team the one you can depend
on. 1 think everyone on our squad should try to do this"
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By ISABEL WORTHY
The Wake Forest field hockey team
could be in for some trouble this
afternoon when it meets the Tar Heels at
3 p.m. on James Field.
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reputation in hockey that many of the
teams Carolina has played (and beaten)
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were not exactly pleased with Carolina's
1-0 win over Duke Tuesday and expect
their players to redeem themselves
against the Deacs.
Though Head Coach Dolly Hunter
admitted that the Deacs "aren't as
strong as most of the teams we've been
playing lately," she emphasized that
they will "definitely be a challenge." She
added that Wake has a knowledgeable
coach and that Wake will be well
conditioned when it meets UNC.
But Wake Forest won't catch the
Heels napping as Duke nearly did,
according to Hunter. "We plan to play a
much faster game," she said. "The
defense is going to come forward more
and act offensively.
"In today's (Wednesday's) practice
we're going to improve our stickwork.
We're going to improve our strategy too
how and where we move on the field,
our passing and our push-ins."
According to Hunter, the Heels will
need the increased movement and
offense to score on Wake Forest because
"they have a great goalie from
Philadelphia, and many -of their other
players are Northerners."
After the varsity beat Duke Tuesday,
the Carolina junior varsity tied Duke 1
1. UNC's score came on a goal by senior
center halfback Dede Biles.
The Tar Babies have only one game
left on their schedule a make-up game
on Saturday against the Durham Club
team. They hope, however, to schedule
the Duke JVs for another game this
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