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go for 1,000 yards, and 1 said 'All right.' I
thought I might be able to do it before the
season was over, but I didn't think I was
going to do it today.
"We worked with the sweeps and they
worked good against Virginia," Lawrence
Carolina's highly-touted defense, with two
starters benched against the Cavaliers with
injuries, allowed the Cavs to equal the most
points scored against it this season. N.C.
State also scored 14 points earlier this
season. Bernie Menapace and Alan
Caldwell, both starters in the Tar Heel
defensive backfield, could have played
against Virginia, but were kept out.
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Virginia's first score came on an
impressive drive sparked by fullback Paul
Izlar, who led Cavalier rushing With 50
yards. Carolina was leading when Virginia
quarterback Chip Mark flipped a 1 2-yard
pass to Tom Champlin for the score.
' Virginia capitalized on the recovered fumble
for its other score.
The two teams battjed evenly for most of
the first half, but fumbles and penalties
hampered both teams. Carolina fumbled the
ball six times in the game, including three by
Lawrence, and lost five. Carolina was
penalized 1 1 3 yards in the game while the
Cavaliers were moved back for violations
nine times for 6 1 yards.
Virginia kicking specialist Russ
Henderson tried a 36-yard field goal attempt
on the Cavs' second possession of the game,
but the attempt hit the left goal post and
bounced back onto the field. Carolina
placekicker Tom Biddle tried a 46-yard
attempt early in the second quarter, kicking
with the brisk 15-20 mile per hour wind, but
his try was short. Carolina moved ahead 7-0
with time running out in the half on a five
yard run by Lawrence.
Carolina stung the Cavs twice early in the
second half with a two-yard plunge by
Paschal, set up by two 15-yard penalties
against the Cavs; and a 2 1 -yard run by
Lawrence. The extra-point attempt after
Lawrence's score was wide to the left.
Virginia's touchdown drive followed, but a
one-foot dive by Carolina's fullback Billy
Johnson and two-point conversion by
Kupec put the Heels ahead 28-7. Virginia
scored again and Carolina ended the scoring
at 35-14 with 6:14 left in the game.
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during UNC's 35-14 win Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. Staff photo by Joseph
King makes cross country nationals
East Tennessee State placed five runners
in the top nine to take an overwhelming
victory in the NCAA District Three cross
country championships in Greenville. S.C.,
North Carolina's Ralph King finished
fifth in the individual race with a time of
28:50. Though the Tar Heels finished far out
of the money. King himself qualified for the
national championships, to be run in
Spokane, Wash., on Nov. 22.
The Buccaneers scored 25 points in
coasting to the win. The winner of the
individual race was George Watts of
Tennessee in 28:29.99.
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Assistant Spurts Editor
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. A horde
or reporters crowded impatiently outside the
Carolina dressing room Saturday, waiting to
be admitted so they could discuss the
afternoon's events with that freshman from
Virginia. Amos Lawrence, the tailback who
scampered over, around and through a
frustrated Virginia defense to an assortment
of records, was all they were interested in.
As they waited, a senior from Virginia
emerged from the dressing quarters. His hair
still wet in the late afternoon chill, Bobby
Gay politely made his way through the mob,
Lawrence, the rookie, had had a good day.
The nature of his spotlighted tailback
position warranted the attention he was
receiving from the media as well as
numerous shivering fans just outside Scott
Stadium after his brilliant performance.
Gay. the veteran, had also had a good day.
But because the nature of his linebacking
position limits the attention he gets, unless
he intercepts a couple of passes, it was easy
for him to quietly slip through the newsmen
to a waiting group of hometown fans.
"He's the best linebacker in the ACC,"
said Lex Frazier, a Hopewell High School
teammate of Gay who had obviously
enjoyed a good party during UNC's 35-14
Several others echoed his feelings. And
although they were certainly a bit partial
toward their luvorite Tar Heel, their claims
weren't without merit. Gay's unspectacular
but steady performance Saturday proved it.
On two consecutive plays in the fourth
quarter, he blitzed through, the Virginia line
and hurried UVa. quarterback Chip Marie
into two incompletions.
A few minutes later he was the first Tar
Heel to diagnose a Cavalier reverse,
sprinting across the field to limit a potential
big gain to two yards.
Soon after he dove for Skip Browning's
feet and stopped him for little gain after the
Cavalier tailback was set to charge through a
sizable hole in the UNC defensive line.
The next play he jarred a sure completion
from the arms of Billy Harris, making it the
second time during the game he had ruined a
near-successful pass play.
In all, he led the Tar Heels with four
unassisted tackles and seven total stops.
"Yeah. I guess it was one of my better
games," Gay said. "I just wish they hadn't
scored. We just had a couple of
Gay has been around a while and has been
a member of Tar Heel defenses which have
allowed opponents to score in the 30s and
40s. He enjoys finally getting the chance to
play for a top-notch defense. "It feels a lot
better. I think the seniors just decided before
the season that we wanted to have something
social in our last year.".
At 5-foot-l I, 21 1 pounds, Gay is small by
most linebacking standards. But that doesn't
seem to bother him much. "He's just got a
natural instinct for football," said linebacker
coach Gary Darnell. "Wherever the ball is
a reverse, a pass, a run he's always there.
He can get to the ball as well as anyone in the
game. When you hear people say someone
has 'a nose for the football,' he's what they're
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