Monday, November 7, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 7
Blue- White: basketball again comes bouncing into Chapel Hill
It's easy to tell when basketball season comes to Chapel Hill.
A horde of little autograph mongers gathered outside the Carolina
locker room after the annual Blue-White basketball game Saturday
to see if they couldn't try to get one or two of the player's signatures.
Inside the locker room, Dean Smith talked to reporters and every
time the door opened, the kids got a glimpse of the man some of them
respect as much as their fathers. Smith, as he talked with the
.reporters, finished a cigarette, opened the door and tossed the butt
out. The scuffling as the kids fought for the butt could be heard in the
Carolina basketball is getting nearer again, but then, it really never
The Blue-White game never is really a prelude of things to come
but rather a chance for alumni and students who can't get a ticket to
the games to see the players in action.
By GENE UPCHURCH
Fans love to watch the newly-signed freshmen players at
intrasquad games to catch a glimpse of the greatness that has been
promised. In one of the lew intrasquad games in the nation that
completely sells out, Carolina's'three freshmen - Al Wood. Pete
Budko and Mike Pepper - did what freshmen are expected to do.
Wood had the most impressive performance of the freshmen and
scored 11 points.
In addition to the freshmen, a new face also was making a debut in
Carmichael. Derek McAllister, a junior academically and a
sophomore in basketball eligibility, is trying to break into the
Carolina lineup as a walk-on. He tried out lor the junior varsity team,
but coaches thought he had too much talent and have allowed him to
practice with the varsity.
"He has a goodchanceol'makingtheteam,"SmithsaidSaturday.
A decision will be made early this week about whether McAllister
will play for the varsity.
Geoff Crompton, the 6-1 1 319-pound behemoth who has been on
and off the Carolina squad for five years, made his presence known
Saturday bumping around lighter men on the floor but tiring easilv.
But the old faithfuls gave the best show of the day. Senior Phil
Ford, regarded by many as the best guard in the nation, didn't score
the most points for the Blue team, as usual, but made his presence
known by adding a spark to the lineup.
Dudley Bradley, Randy Wiel, Jeff Wolf, Tom Zaliagiris, Mike
O'Koren, John Virgil, Rich Yonakor, Dave Colescott and Ged
Doughton each bad a good game, which the Blues won 80-79,
ironically after the Whites had gone to the "four corners" late in the
The 1977-78 season opens under perhaps some of the most intense
pressure faced by a Carolina team in recent years. Carolina is ranked
No. 1 in the nation this season by several sport magazines and in the
top 10 in many others. W ire service preseason rankings have not been
released yet. But as Smith reflected on the performance of his players
in the annual ritual Saturday, he said all the high preseason rankings
are nothing but a reflection on the team last year, which finished
second in the NCAA tournament.
Duke by 2-0
By TOD HUGHES
Duke came up empty-handed in trying to
stall the Tar Heel soccer team's drive to a
possible post-season playoff berth, dropping
a 2-0 decision to UNC Saturday on slick
Both teams had some early scoring
opportunities, but were denied by the play of
the opponent's goalkeeper. Ten minutes into
the first half, UNC's Martin Trimble was
forced to leap high into the air to deflect a
Blue Devil shot. Trimble recorded his eighth
shutout of the year while working the net for
Carolina. The Tar Heel defense was tested by
the speed of Duke forwards Richard Murray
from Jamaica and Ghanian Edwin
The game was extremely physical as
several players were injured along the way.
UNC scored halfway through the first period
on a goal by Sean Naber, assisted by David
Blum. Duke nearly knotted the score two
minutes later but missed a penalty kick. One
Duke player was warned for high rough play
with a yellow card, but his persistence gained
him an early exit from the game via a red
card with six minutes left in the half. Duke
was, therefore, forced to play a man short for
the remainder of the contest.
Despite field conditions that were good
for slide tackles but little else, Carolina ,
managed to set up offensively quite well in
the second half. With 21 minutes left, Dick
Drayton outsprinted a Blue Devil defender
down the center of the field, dribbled left,
and drilled the ball into the upper right-hand
portion of the goal. Given a little breathing
room, the Heels squelched the last efforts by
"Drayton put the icing on the cake," coach
Anson Dorrance said. "He was a big factor.
It was a great win for us. Duke played real
' welli when they got a man ejected, they
The Heels (12-3-1) play again today,
hosting Guilford at 3 p.m. on Fetzer "Field.
UNC needs another victory and can't forget
the 2-0 loss Guilford pinned on it in the
Field hockey wins
GREENVILLE, S.C. (UPI) - UNC's
women's field hockey team defeated Wake
Forest 6-1 Sunday in the first round of the
Deep South Invitational Field Hockey
Tournament at Furman University.
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King, Hofstetter bright spots
in Carolina harriers' choke
"It's a nice compliment to the program and to last y
said. "But that's where it ends."
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Although Ralph King and Gary
Hofstetter (above) finished 1-2 in the
ACC Championships Saturday on Finley
Golf Course, the Tar Heels as a team
finished a disappointing fifth. Duke took
first with N.C. State finishing second.
Staff photo by Joseph Thomas.
The Whites, led by last season's starting
center Bernadette McGlade's 20 points,
defeated the Blues 75-66 in a spirited second
half xomeback in Carolina's annual
intrasquad women's basketball game
Saturday night in Carmichael Auditorium,
involving both varsity and junior varsity
Helping McGlade on the White charge
were Joyce Patterson, who had 1 1 points in
the game, and Jackie Allison, with 10. Micki
, McGlade Bernadette's sister, led the Blues
.. with 10 points. . .
By SKIP FOREMAN
With the notable exceptions of Ralph
King and Gary Hofstetter, the Carolina
cross country team choked in its attempt to
take the ACC Championships at Finley Golf
The word choked may seem harsh, but
there isn't a more subtle way to describe it.
Having raced through the conference with
relative ease this past season, the Tar Heels
were a shoo-in to take the championship.
Most of the other coaches in the conference
said Carolina was the team to beat. Only
coach Bill Lam, who had spent a great deal
of time preparing the team, said that his
stiffest challenge would come from Clemson.
From that standpoint. Lam was correct. The
Tigers finished fourth, the Heels fifth.
The only joy which could be salvaged from
the attempt was the steady one-two
combination of King and Hofstetter. King.a
senior from Atlanta, was the only runner on
the course to finish in less than thirty
minutes. His time wa 29:52.4. Hofstetter was
clocked in 30:04. Virginia's Chris Fox, who
led until the four-mile mark, finished third
But it was the performance of the
normally reliable runners that took some of
the glitter away from the King and
Hofstetter show. Runners like Doug Slack,
Mark Thompson and Ron Boatwright,
normally fast finishers, were pushed far back
in the pack and shot Carolina's score to a
whopping 102, high by their, or any, cross
country standards. Adding to their woes was
an injury to Jimmy Cooper, also another
The championship honor went to Duke, a
team that experienced a rebirth just prior to
the contest. The Blue Devils had suffered the
loss of Robbie Perkins earlier in the year and
were getting mediocre performances from
their remaining team members, Saturday,
the Blue Devils put all the ingredients j
together. Though Bynum Merritt was fourth i
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and the only Blue Devil to finish in the top
ten. the next three Duke runners finished 1 1-12-13-16.
to take the crown.
"We went from a bunch of individuals to a
team." said Duke's Jim Clayton.
For Carolina. King's win ended a three
year quest for the top.
"1 was pleased." King said. "It was what I
was shooting for all year. 1 felt great." King
also added that the humidity and the heat of
the day aided him. Earlier, he was thought a
doubtful participant with a sprained ankle.
Hofstetter. who was also in the fight to
pass Fox. said the key came at the four-mile
point. "At about the three-to-four mile
mark, we just sat on him." He added that the
extended course wasn't any harder than in
previous performances, just that he was tight
at the beginning.
For Lam, it was a great disappointment,
All season, his goal was the ACC title. He
knew he could depend on King and
Hofstetter. but it was his other five runners
"The kids got emotionally tight," Lam
said. "That's the worst race we've run this
year. We just didn't run up to our
capabilities." Theworst started after
Hofstetter crossed the finish line, when not
one Carolina jersey was seen for the next 15
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