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Wolf pack pulls away
By WILL WILSON
Fourth-ranked North Carolina Slate
broke open a close game in the last five
minutes and took a 75-59 win over Carolina
Tuesday night in Carmichael Auditorium.
The heavily-favored Wolfpack led by just
three, at 58-55, but outscored UNC 17-4 in
the final minutes to make the score not
indicative of the closeness of the contest.
During that stretch, the Tar Heels missed the
same kind of shots that had been falling
The first half was nip-and-tuck all the way,
with nine ties and nine lead changes. Neither
team led by more than four points, with
State taking a 35-33 lead at the half.
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UNC in final minutes
State stretched the margin to eight, at 5 1
43, with 9:38 left, but three baskets by Kelly
Roche and one by Cathy Shoemaker helped
pull the count back to 54-51. Soon after,
State began its pullaway.
Wolfpack Coach Kay Yow was happy
with the win, but acknowledged that her
team was not as fired up beforehand as in
previous games against Carolina.
"They caught us between UCLA and (top
ranked) Wayland Baptist, so we looked at it
a little differently than before," she said.
"That doesn't mean we don't respect them
we just look at it as another game against a
"I think Carolina had a great game. I
know that at times Carolina made fantastic
shots. Toward the end they hurt their
Women take third in Christmas Classic, down Kentucky
By DEBORAH JOHNSON
, Staff Writer
While many people were doing last
minute Christmas shopping on Dec. 22, the
UNC women's basketball was fighting for a
present of its own a 95-79 victory over
Clemson University and a third-place finish
in the second annual Carolina Christmas
The Tar Heels also received a post
Christmas present as they pulled out a 73-65
victory over Kentucky in the Wolfpack
Doubleheaders in Raleigh Jan. 7.
percentage they were throwing them up."
UNC Coach Jennifer Alley said she saw
the game as a positive outing for her team.
"My goal was to prove to ourselves we
could win, and I think we achieved this," she
said. "We proved we can be in in a game with
the fifth-ranked team in the nation. We can
win if we keep it together 40 minutes, not just
State's (ienia Beasley led all scores with 19
points. Freshman Roche led UNC with 16.
The game was the Atlantic Coast
Conference opener for both teams this year,
the first season of official ACC play. It was
also a Division I contest in North Carolina,
with State remaining on top with a 4-0 mark
and Carolina falling to 0-2. Overall, State is
now 10-1, while the Tar Heels are 4-4.
The "never-say-die" philosophy of UNC
coach Jennifer Alley seemed to inspire her
Tar Heels as they rebounded from a 86-71
loss to High Point in the semifinals of the
Christinas Classic to defeat Clemson for
In the opening round of the classic, UNC
defeated Virginia, 81-58, behind the sharp
shooting of 5-foot-8 guard Linda Matthews.
Matthews scored 22 points while Cathy
Shoemaker added 14 and 6-foot center
Bernie McGlade scored 12.
Against High Point, the Tar Heels were
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State's Beth Fielden (dark jersey) and
UNC's Kelly Roche fall to floor battling
for ball as Tar Heels Kathy Sapp
(background) and Bernadette McGlade
hurt by poor shooitng and excessive fouling
as they were charged with 41 personal fouls,
giving the Panthers P chances at ftie free
throw line. Shoemaker was high scorer for
the Tar Heels with 20. Matthews added 12
Against Clemson, which had dropped a
two-point decision in the semifinals to the
eventual Christmas Classic champion NC
State, the Tar Heels pulled out to a 49-31
Freshman forward Kelly Roche was high
for the Tar Heels with 22 points followed by
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look on in action Tuesday night in Car
michael Auditorium. State won, 75-59.
Staff photo by Allen Jernigan.
Shoemaker with 20. Freshman Aprille
Shaffer scored 19 points, and guard Kathy
5app led all players in assists with six. UNC's
Shoemaker was voted to the all-tournament
In the Wolfpack Doubleheaders against
Kentucky, Alley again brought the Tar Heels
to victory as they pulled away from the Lady
Kats in the final minutes for the 73-65 win.
The game was close throughout, but the Tar
Heels turned the 17 second-half Kentucky
turnovers into points behind the hot
shooting hand of Linda Matthews.
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Mike McLeod, who led North Carolina to the Atlantic Coast Conference golf
championship last spring, stepped down Tuesday as head coach and was replaced by his
assistant, Devon Brouse.
McLeod cited "poor health" as the reason for his decision to resign, He will remain with the
Carolina golf program as assistant coach. f
In his fourth year as Carolina coach, McLeod guided the Tar Heels to their first ACC golf
title since 1965. Carolina finished twelfth in the NCAA Championships.
"Mike McLeod has done a terrific job as our golf coach," said UNC Athletic Director Bill
Cobey. "We are sorry he is stepping down as head coach but we are delighted he will stay on
Brouse is a graduate of Purdue University. He has been at Carolina for the past five years
serving as director of golf operations at the University. Last year was Brouse's first as
assistant golf coach.
"We are certainly happy to have someone on our staff like Devon Brouse who is capable of
taking over the position," Cobey said. "1 predict a very bright future for him and our
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Wednesday, January 11, 1978 Th Dally Tar Heel 9
By KEN ROBERTS
The UNC swimming teams picked up
dual meet wins Monday at the
University of Georgia. For the men's
team it was its first dual meet victory of
the season. The women picked up their
second win against no defeats in an 8f J7
trouncing, a meet in which coach Frank
Comfort substituted freely to keep the
The women placed first in all 14 of the
swimming events en route to the win.
"We felt bad that it was that far out of
hand," Comfort said, "but we couldn't
stop entering people. We swam mostly
exhibition in the second half (of the
Swimming exhibitions meant the
Carolina swimmers were not getting
credit for all the points they were
The men raced to their victory taking
first and second in six of the 14 events.
Rich DeSelm took first in the 200-yard
individual medley and the 200-yard
"It's nice to win what the hell else
can you say," Comfort said with a
chuckle. "I think we're swimming well."
Before the Christmas break the UNC
men's team lost to East Carolina for the
first time in 39 years.
The UNC women won 52-34 at ECU.
The men host Wake Forest at 7 p.m.
Saturday in Bowman Gray pool.