Big Four To urnament
Carolina and Duke meet in the opener tonight
By GENE tPCHLRCH
Back during those warm summer evenings
this year, some of the ACC's best basketball
players got together to play some pickup
games and have some fun. Players like
Carolina's Phil Ford and Duke's Gene
Banks played hard, then sat back, talked and
watched the others play.
But there won't be any of that hand
shakin', back-slappin' friendliness tonight
when many of those same players gather in
the Big Four tournament in Greensboro.
In the first round at 7 p.m., Carolina and
Duke, two of the most evenly matched
opponents in the Atlantic Coast Conference,
square off. Then, at 9 p.m. Wake Forest and
N.C. State meet. The losers of these games
meet Saturday at 7 p.m., while the
championship game follows at 9 p.m.
Duke is relying heavily on the
performance of its sensational freshman
The Carolina women's basketball team,
coming off a 82-47 win over Virginia Union
in its season openerTuesday night, travels to
Boone Friday for a 7 p.m. contest with
Coach Jennifer Alley, who called the
Virginia Union win a "confidence builder,"
expects a good basketball game.
"Appalachian is always tough. It will be a
close one. If our defense plays tight we could
possibly break it open," Alley said.
Alley is not the only person looking for a
close Division I battle. Appalachian State
Coach Judy Clark said she knew the game
would be very close.
"We play a different type of game and
have a different type of strategy, but we
expect to give them a good game. It will be a
close one," Clark said.
Clark's team is led by two starters from
last season, Carol Almond and Madeline
Froch. Almond, an All-Conference selection
last year, was the Division 1 leader in assists
as she tallied 101 during the 1976-77 season.
Froch is a 6-foot-1 center.
Alley has not decided on a starting lineup
either, but said she may go with all veteran
players. She listed juniors Fran Hardison,
Cathy Shoemaker and Linda Matthews and
sophomores Bernadette McGlade and
Kathy Sapp as possible starters. She also
pointed out freshman Aprille Shaffer as a
The game is the season opener for
Appalachian State, a factor which Alley says
may make the game closer. "1 hate this is
their opener. They have been practicing for a
long time and all they want to do is play.
They can kill you if they make their minds up
to do it."
Club Rams in semis
The Carolina Rams club football team
will host Davidson at 2 p.m. Saturday on the
Astroturf in the semifinals of the state club
football playoffs. No admission charged.
Appalachian State plays UNC
Wilmington in the other semifinals game.
Banks to help reconstruct a program that has
faltered in recent years. Banks has played
impressively in preseason and earlv season
games, and the Blue Devils think an
indication of things to come for them will be
tonight against the Tar Heels. Banks joins a
tough front line of MikeGminskiand Kenny
Banks suffered a hip pointer in practice
this week, but it's not expected to hinder his
performance. Mike O'Koren, Carolines
tough sophomore forward, suffered a similar
injury before the Tar Heels' opener against
Oregon State and led Carolina with 21
Carolina and Duke both are undefeated in
the young season. Carolina ran to 31- and
26-point wins in two games over Oregon
State, while the Blue Devils have had little
trouble downing the relatively easy teams on
their early schedule.
Even though Carolina's margins during
the first two wins were large, it's hard to tell
how well the team has progressed. After
winning so easily in the first game over the
Beavers, the Tar Heels had difficulty settling
down for the second game. Sloppy play,
numerous turnovers and fouls marked it, but
every player saw action.
O'Koren, Ford and Rich Yonakor have
been important point producers for Carolina
so far. Dudley Bradley has not had hot
shooting games but had his hand in on many
turnovers. Reserves have seen considerable
action, with Jeff Wolf, Geff Crompton and
John Virgil making big contributions.
Wake Forest has won the seven-year-old
tournament four times, including the last
three. State has won it three times and
All four teams in the tournament have 2-0
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Jar Heel forward Dudley Bradley, shown
shooting in UNC's win Wednesday over
Oregon State, will need all the defensive
skill he can muster tonight against
Duke's front line of Mike Gminski, Gene
Banks and Kenny Dennard. Staff photo
by Fred Barbour.
Heels in state
Carolina's women's swim team and its
coaches are a bit perplexed over N .C. Stale's
being ranked higher than the Heels in a poll
in a national swim magazine.
Swimming WurlJ. which I'NC head
swimming coach Frank Comfort calls "the
Bible of swimming." ranked State seventh in
the nation in preseason and UNC ninth.
Carolina finished ahead of State in the
A1AW nationals last year and lost no one to
graduation, while the Pack lost a couple ol
swimmers. Hie ranking could be justified b
a strong freshman class at State.
But both teams will get a good indication
of just how accurate the rankings are when
they meet in the North Carolina AIAW
championships today and Saturday in
Raleigh. Duke. Appalachian State and Fast
Carolina round out the field.
"This is not going to be just fun and
games." co-captain Bonnie Brown said. "It's
going to be a tough meet."
Comfort, although in Pennsylvania with
the men's team, says "We are putting
tremendous emphasis on this meet and Stale
is putting tremendous emphasis on this meet.
It will be a great confrontation."
First-year assistant coaches Alan l oll and
Susan Allen will direct the women's efforts.
While the struggle for first place should be
between Carolina and State. Duke could
"On the top they hae a couple ol girls that
can cause a lot of trouble." Brown said.
"They'll take away points that we need to
win." she said.
1 he two-day meet will feature sprints (50
and 100-yard races). 200-yard indixidual
medley and relays, and the 500-ard lice.
State boasts top sprinters; C arolina looks
to its depth.
"It's going to be our quantity against their
quality." Brown said.
Kriflav Decer"Ker 2. 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 5
Stall pholo by Frod Barbour
RALEIGH (i:il) North Carolina
li eshman tailback Amos Lawrence was the
near unanimous choice of the Atlantic
Coast Conference Sports Writers
Association as this year's rookie of the
year, it was announced Thursday.
Lawrence, who rushed for 1.21 1 yards in
10 games and averaged 6.3 yards per carry,
also was named to the AII-ACC backfield
along with backs Ted Brown of North
Carolina State and James McUougald of
I he slender, elusive, IXO-pound
freshman was chosen rookie of the year by
all but one ol thcl24association members.
He did not play in the Tar Heel's season
opener against Kentucky, but quickly
proved his worth in u K-2-1 season finish
and the ACT championship.
He rushed lor more than 100 yards insix
ol 10 games and set a league rushing record
and a NCAA freshman record by gaining
2S6 yards against Virginia.
Heel JVsoccer in
Carolina's junior arsity soccer team
has advanced to the semifinals of the
state tournament and will play the
I leiulcrsoin ille soccer club Saturday in
Cireensboro for the right to play in the
Carolina has only one loss all season
in a league with 24 teams and has beaten
teams in adult senior leamics.
Housing department issues $3,500 in rebates
Freshmen tripled in dormitory rooms
have received rebates totalling nearly $3,500
since the UNC Department of Housing
began the refund program two months ago,
according to the department's records.
Since the rebate program began Oct. 5,
1 23 of the 1 59 freshmen still living three and
sometimes four to a room as of Oct. 3 have
UPI honors Hardison
Carolina senior tackle Dee Hardison was
named to the second-team United Press
International All-America squad announced
Atlantic Coast Conference players receiving
honorable mention were Wake Forest's Steve
Young and Larry Tearry and Clcmson's Joe
Hardison was named to the Associated Press
first-team All-America squad earlier this week.
gotten a relund on their dormitory rent.
The refunds are given only to students
who were still tripled on Oct. 3. thus
excluding 313 of the 372 freshmen tripled at
the beginning of the semester. These students
were reassigned to less crowded campus
housing during August and September.
The rebate is computed from Aug. 2 1 . the
day after residence halls opened to freshmen,
to the day the third roommate received his
relocation offer from the Department of
Housing. An additional two days arc added
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Frannlin & Columbia
(Over the Zoom)
to give the student tune to move. I ach
student living in the crowded room receix es a
To calculate the rebate amount, the
number of nights students were crowded is
multiplied by 20 percent of the nightly rate
for that particular residence hall. An
average-priced hall rate is S2.2S per night.
Twenty pervent of this figure is 46 cents.
Using the computation process, if three
students have been tripled from Aug. 2 1 to
Nov. 30. each roommate will receive $46.46.
The refunded money w ill be credited to the
student's account with the University
Cashier, where it mav be left as credit tow ard
other charges. If the student chooses, he mav
request a refund two weeks alter the third
roommate has relocated.
Twelve freshmen males still have to move
from the remaining crowded rooms, a
spokesperson lor the Department of
Housing said Tuesday. This leaves 36
students who will receive a rebate.
Relocation offers have been given to these 1 2
students, but the department has not
received their answers to the offers.
These 1 2 men and their roommates will
receive higher rebates because they have
been tripled for most of the fall semester.
- AMY McRARY
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Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
"Ye that love the Lord hate evil! ...'Take thou away from me
the noise of thy songs; for I will not hear the melody of thy
viols. But let judgment run down as waters and
righteousness as a mighty stream!" Psalm 7:10 and Amos
5:23 and 24. -
One may love the great hymns and music ol the Church,
but II one does not "hale evil" it appears God does not ap
preciate the music, and It is unacceptable!
"I have thought ol my Ille as an arrow shot out ol a bow: For
a moment it is seen as It takes its flight across the landscape,
then drops into obscurity. Let me be a man ol ONE BOOK,
THE BIBLE, and let me walk In its light lor my own safety and
that ol my lellow men, that when I drop out ol sight Into
obscurity I may be "Sale in The Arms ol Jesus." - This Is not
an accurate quote, but it is based on a stalement ol John
Wesley. In one respect it Is suggested he was mistaken, for
the light his lite rellected ol The One Book has shined not lor
moment but through centuries and has been seen across a
very limiled landscape not at all, but across the landscape ol
most of the world. He, and "The people called Methodist
"Loved The Lord, and hated evil" In obedience lo the com
mand ol God. They were especially noted, and ollenslve to
many, lor rebuking sin wherever they saw II - the sin of "any
want of conformity unto or transgression of The Law of
God." Olten they sullered lor it, but the reason hey gave for
"giving offense" was that they must "deliver Iheirown souls
,or they did no. warn men o. God's wrath and curse lo xom.
upon the unrepentant, God would require the blood of lest
souls at their hands. Read Ezekiel 3:17, etc, aid chapters 18
"The heart in your bosom is a 'muffled drum' beating out a
march to the cemetery for you!" When they take you and me
to the cemetery lor deposit, it is because our spirit has left his
"home ol clay" and gone to its "long home," and back to God
Who gave it. The Bible tells of two different kinds of "long
homes." One where "eye hath not seen, ear hath not heard,
neither hath entered the mind ol man the things God hath
prepared lor them that love Him." a man's mind is not
capable ol thinking ol or imagining the great good, job and
blessing ol that home.
We mouth much about "The love of God," but it would be
well if we considered more "our love lor God" and how and in
what manner it is manifested. Jesus Christ said that In order
that the world might know that He loved God, He obeyed Him
and did as He was commanded: "Arise and let us go hence!"
He arose, and went to meet the mob, the cross, as most of His
The other "long home" is the "lake of lire" prepared lor the
devil and his angels, lor raging and unrepentant men and
nations, lor "God is angry with the wicked every day" and
"The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that
lorget God." Psalm 7:1 1 and Psalm 9:17. "It is appointed unto
men once to die, but after this the udgment." Hebrew 9:27.
The judgment, that appointment will tell the story, as the
hand-writing on the wall did in the 5th chapter of Daniel,
whether or not we are "weighed and lound wanting."
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