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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Carolina state win in North South doubleheader tar heels trounce jackets by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Charlotte More than two minutes went by before a Point was made in the Carolina Georgia tech game saturday night. If you think that indicated a stalling tactic on the part of tech you re wrong. As it turned out tech was wrong too. Walter Davis started the tar heels on a 12-Point Binge that set the Pace for a 112-70 Carolina Victory in the wrap up of North South doubleheader. By the time five minutes had passed in the contest everybody in the tar Heel starting lineup had scored and Only a Basket by yellow jacket Harry Allen stopped inc from running up a 20-0 Lead. It was an exhibition in More ways than one for Carolina ranked fourth in the country. Tech should never have been on the same floor with the tar heels. Once the first flurry was Over it was a matter of time before Carolina coach Dean Smith reached into his deep Bench to give the players who sit in the shadows some Competition. Statistics freaks can get an idea about How bad tech is when the leading yellow jacket percentage shooter is 16 Points below tech s opponents average. The Atlanta visitors were hitting just about a third of their attempts in the first half while Carolina was at its usual 50-plus to move to a 20pomt intermission Lead. Attention then turned to a free throw Streak the tar heels had going with a 19-of-19 in the first half and to tech coach Dwane Morrison. The free throw Streak was stopped at 23 when Darrell Elston missed one Midway through the final period and Morrison was stopped by referee Chuck Hartman on a technical foul with a minute left in the first half. Morrison Wasny to really mad at the time. It was More a question of being wrapped up in the game and forgetting his court Side manners. He was hit while walking Down the sidelines with a drink in his hand. When he Wasny to drinking the first year coach was puffing cigarettes until he smelled his skin burning. It All went for naught As Carolina upped its record to 17-2 Georgia tech dropped to 4-15 and is still on a draught that started several years ago. The sellout crowd of 11,666 began leaving in huge blocks in the second half to get an Early Start on the parties that follow such occasions. Four Carolina players were in double figures with Elston leading with 20. Followed by Bobby Jones with 18 and Walter Davit with 16. Techs Only decent scoring came from Allen with 15 Points. The tar heels actually shot better in the second half with the subs in and wound up with a 60 9 night. Smith used 17 players in the Romp for senior Jones it was his last game in the coliseum. He lost once Here As a freshman after graduating from Charlotte South High school. He went out in style with six of seven from the floor and six of six at the line. A i done to know what to say about this win a a Smith said. A we should have won big and we did. We have More Talent. I feel sorry for Georgia tech right now but i think be Back. Coach Morrison is too Good a Recruiter to leave things be tar heels on 2c gain 86-83 overtime win cars dance by Wake by Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Winston Salem the Grandfather Mountain dodgers Are getting pretty popular around the Atlantic coast conference making their fourth appearance of the season during halftime of saturday afternoon s we Ake Forest Virginia contest. But As precise and rhythmic As the Square dance specialists arc their performance hold a Candle to the Heel clicking toe tapping routine the Cavaliers did on the deacons in the second half. The wahoos rallied from an 18-Point halftime deficit 52-37 to Send the game into overtime at 75-75, then promenade to an 86-83 Victory Over the stunned deacons and an equally amazed memorial coliseum crowd of 6,600. A regional television audience was also tuned in As Virginia s Gus Gerard hit a pair of free throws with 2 46 left in the overtime putting the Cavaliers ahead to stay 80-79. Two free throws by Steve Morris another by Gerard and three by Billy Langloh the rest of the Way were More than enough to offset Deacon Field goals by Mike Parrish and Dan Moody. The game even ended on a strange note a technical foul Georgia tech Fig a it a Reb. Sehm Lier Sonnenberg Wood Allen Hunt Campbell Boshart Occam Daugherty Peters Foster totals 310 j 5 3 7 4 13 0 2 4-11 2 4 11 4 8 1-4 of 27-77 team Reb not in totals ump of. 3 3 2 3 4 3 5 4 2 4 0 33 ibb High Point enter web sports sunday february to 1974section c against the deacons for calling time out when they had no time outs remaining. Down 84-83 Wake called time out after a Cavalier a free throw attempt missed with four seconds left. That would have Given the deals the Ball and three seconds to go for the winning score but the technical gave Possession to Virginia and two seconds later Langloh was fouled setting up the final Points. A this was one of the greatest comebacks in be Ever been associated with or even seen a Cavalier coach Bill Gibson beamed. A it was a great great game and a Well deserved win. These Guys have never bogged Down not even against teams like n c. State and Maryland. Hopefully we can keep it together a you saw two halves of basketball a Deacon coach Carl Tacy offered a a and the second was certainly very different from the first. Virginia played Well in the second half but i think it was More our mistakes that made the difference than anything they did. We made an awful lot of bad mistakes that should never have been the deacons shot 64.5 per cent in the first half placed nine players in the scoring column out rebounded Virginia 18-13, and hit on 12 of 15 free throws to nearly Railroad the cars Back to Charlottesville. But then Virginia caught its breath and a few words from Gibson. A you could say i was a Little upset at halftime a Gibson grinned a but basically what i told them was to Start executing better offensively and to get out there and play some defense. Our defense had t been satisfactory at in the second half Virginia shot 51 4 per cent from the Field to 27.0 for the Deacon Sammy Johnson inks 49er pact hit the boards much better and Sank la of 16 free throw attempts. Junior Forward Wally Walker keyed the surge and finished the Day As High scorer for both teams with 26. Gerard put 20 in the score Book and Morris added 12. Tony Byers after a five Point first half and Moody finished with 17 Points each to Lead the deacons. Skip Brown Cal stamp and Parrish added to each. The Victory jacked up Virginia a acc record to 3-5 and season Mark to 6-12. Wake Forest sagged to 3-5 in the conference and 11-8 for the year. The Victory also extended a Cavalier winning Streak Over the deacons now eight games in a Row a the seniors reminded me at halftime that they d never been on a team that had lost to Wake Forest a Gibson recalled a a and they were determined not to lose this Virginia outscored Wake 14-4 Over the first seven minutes of the second half to pull within striking Range. 56-51, but the deacons kept Walker and company at Bay until the last five minutes when three times the wahoos pulled within two. Down by two Points 73-71, after Al Drummonds jumper from the Corner at 3 04, see cars on 2c Virginia by Benny Phillips associate sports editor University of North Carolina tailback Sammy Johnson a former Star athlete at High Point Central has signed a three year contract to play professional football with the san Francisco 49ers. Ace Parker the former Duke University Star of the late 1930s. Who was inducted into the pro football Hall of Fame in 1972, signed Johnson to the 49ers contract. Johnson son of or. And mrs. Stacy Johnson of Covedale Street will be graduated from Carolina in May. He will however go to san Francisco later this month for a Brief Rookie Camp orientation. In the recent National football league draft the 49ers picked up Johnson in the fourth round. He was signed As a running Back. The High Pointer was also drafted by Birmingham of the world football league. So far As can be determined Johnson is the first High Point athlete to sign a contract with a professional football team. He is the oldest of three Brothers All of whom play football. Ronnie a red shirted Sophomore is a running Back at Carolina. Timmy a senior at Andrews has signed a Grant with North Carolina state. Sammy was the leading ground gainer for the tar heels during the past football season and the team s leading scorer. James Betterson another High Point Central graduate will replace Johnson in the no. I running Back Slot for the tar heels this fall. Yancey Leader in classic Palm desert Calif. Apr Bert Yancey playing out of the Range of the National television cameras managed a three under Par 69 and Clung to a three stroke Lead against the Challenge of Hubert Green saturday in the fourth round of the $160,000 Bob Hope desert Golf classic. Yancey who played at Bermuda dunes while the to cameras and most of the massive gallery congregated around the celebrity amateurs at Indian Wells put together a 273 total for 72 holes 15 under Par former Bison Star Sammy Johnson unc tailback inks contract with san Francisco Green also playing in Bright warm desert Sun see Yancey on 2c to. 9 5 9 is 0 8 6 8 8 2 0 70 High Point bows to Lenoir Rhyne Fig a fat Reb. Of. To. Gerard 8 18 4 7 la 4 20 Walker 11-19 4 4 to 5 26 Stahurski m of 0 0 2 Tully 2-4 of i 2 4 Morris 5-6 2 3 2 4 12 Mckeag 2-6 of 0 3 4 Drummond 3-6 of 3 2 6 Langloh 0-4 5 8 i 3 5 Bonner 0-0 of 0 0 0 Schellink 3 7 la 7 3 7 totals 35-71 16-23 35 26 86 team Reb not in totals Wake Forest Fig a it a to Reb. . To. Byers 4-12 9 to 5 5 17 Brown 4-10 2-2 2 2 to stamp 3-9 4 5 la 5 to Parrish 5-10 0-2 8 4 to Scheidenberg 3-7 2 2 4 3 8 Moody 7-10 3 3 2 2 17 Dwyer 0-1 of 0 2 0 Perry 2-6 of i 0 4 Foye 2 3 of 4 0 4 Hail of 3 4 2 0 3 totals 30-68 23-28 39 23 83 team Reb i Virginia not in totals 2 ,. 37 38 11-86 Wake Forest. 52 23 8-83 the at wakes skip Brown 15 on launch pad begins one legged Takeoff toward Basket stall photo by Sonny Hedgecock Irish whip Blue devils South Bend ind. A freshman Forward Adrian Dantley who collapsed during a game due to dehydration two weeks ago poured in 27 Points saturday and led third ranked notre Dame to an 87-68 College basketball Victory Over Duke. The Irish whose Only loss in 19 games this season was to no. I Urcla took the Lead for Good at 19-17 Midway through the first period and were never seriously threatened. Notre Dame opened a 12-Point margin at halftime 39-27, and coasted to Victory. Center John Shumate added 25 Points for the Irish while another freshman Billy Paterno tossed in 13. Duke which led briefly in see Irish on 2c Duke 68 Hodge 2 go 4. Kramer 3 0-0 6 Fleischer i Ltd a Burch 6 0-0 12, Billerman 3 1-2 7, Armstrong 5 0-0 to Fox 2 la 5, Chinault 0 2-2 2, Suk 0 go 0. Chili i of 2, Cook 0 of 0, Redding 4 2 2 to Crow 4 0-0 8 totals 31 6-7 notre Dame i7i Novak i go i. Dantley 9 9-11 27. Shumate to s-7 25, Brokaw a i 12, Clay 0 go 0, Paterno 6 1-2 13, Martin 0 g2 0 Crotty 0 0-0 0. Schuck Man 0 0-0 0. Drew 0 go 0. Khz Rycz 0 2-2 2, Knight 3 go 6 totals 35 17-25 halftime notre Dame 39. Duke 27 fouled out. Hodge Fleischer. Total fouls Duke 27, notre Dame 13 a 11,345 Deacon Cai. Stamp 45 considers uis options looking for shot Over persistent defender Lanny Stahurski 551 Harrison Davis Elston Jones Stahl of Donnell Kupchak Lagarde nuttier Hite Chambers Hoffman Bell wadded Buckley Hanners Smith totals Fig a it a Rah. . . 4 7 2 2 4 4 to 6 9 4 4 5 i 16 8 13 4 5 i 2 20 6 7 6 6 6 i 18 41 117 3 9 13 3522 5 34 2322 a 2-3 2 3 5 3 6 12 44 0 i 6 12 of i i 7 1-2 2 2 1 0 4 of 1-2 0 0 i of 1-2 3 1 i 13 2320 4 of 0-0 0 0 0 m 0-0 0 0 2 of 0 0 0 0 0 39-64 34-42 39 21 111 team Reb. No in totals 2 Georgia tech a a a a a a a a a 31 . is 39 79 41111 Hickory a High Point colleges purple panthers suffered an 80-70 Carolinas conference basketball defeat saturday night at the hands of the Lenoir Rhyne bears. The score was close throughout the entire game As the panthers Down by six at halftime came roaring Back for a 48-46 advantage with 12 minutes remaining in the contest. Nelson Hathcock quickly quelled that rally with a three Point play and the panthers never regained the Lead. The score nevertheless remained close until the final minutes of the game when Lenoir Rhyne went into a stall and High Point was forced to commit several fouls accounting for the final 10-Point margin. John Lentz rang up 27 Points to Pace the Lenoir Rhyne scoring followed by Bill Allgood with 13 and Wes Phillips with 12. High scorer for the panthers was Pete Collins with 17 Points while Paul Mattox and Mike Glover accounted for 14 and 12 Points respectively. The loss drops Bligh Point to 3-7 in league play and 6-15 Overall. The bears Are now 6-4 in conference action and 12-14 for the season. The panthers next game is tuesday at Pfeiffer College. High Point Lenoir Rhyne g f t i a f t Collins 5 7 9 17 Lent la 5 5 27 Shaw 4 of 8 Phillips 6 of 12 Coble 3 2 4 8 Shlan 3 12 7 Mamou 6 2 2 14 while i 6 8 8 Glover 3 6 6 12 Allgood 4 5-7 13�?o Bennett 9 of 0 Byers 2 of 4 in gang i 12 3 Carter i 2-2 4 Cloud 2 of 4 Gibson 0 of 0 Schott i of 2 a thick i 3-3 5 Start i 0 0 2 Barnes 0 of 0 Cook 0 of 0 Pollard 0 of 0 totals 26 18-24 70 totals 29 22-27 to High Point. 30 40-70 Lenoir Rhyne. 36 44-8 1 Maryland wins Over go 92-71 Landover my. A seventh ranked Maryland ran away from George Washington in the closing minutes and scored a 92-71 basketball Victory Over the neighbourhood rival colonials saturday As Tom Mcmillen and John Lucas combined for 44 Points. The terms led All the Way after running off a 10-Point string for a 10-3 Lead but underdog go trailed Only 66-57 Midway through the final. But the terms now 15-4, out see Maryland on 2c cougars whip Squires 111-103 Wolf pack is led by to we by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Charlotte someday a Ball player trying to keep up with the antics of n. C. State s Monte Towe is going to get so frustrated at the mighty mites moves and counter moves he will try to level Towe to a height even Shorter than his 5-6. \ until that time comes however Towe will keep on doing the things he does so Well in the land of the giants and state will Likely remain the no. 2 nationally ranked team. Towe tied together another state Victory saturday night leading the Wolf pack to a 111-91 decision Over Furman in the opening game of the North South doubleheader. The win raises state to 18-1 on the season while Furman drops to 14-7. Despite the final margin it Wasny tone of state s picture Book efforts and except for some disorganized work by the out manned paladins and Towe the game could have been closer. State led by la at the half but shortly before then had been up by five at 45-40. Furman did t melt for Good until the final minutes although state did hold a double figure Lead throughout the second half. An example of towers abandon came late in the second half when he was streaking Down the floor for what would have been an uncontested Layup. Whether he knew for sure he tossed the Ball Back Over his head to trailer David Thompson who had to put the Ball in the Basket or carry it out of Bounds when he was t firing Outfield bullets to fast breaking teammates Towe was harassing the Furman offence and defense with his Pesky behaviour. He hit five of seven shots in the first half to go with the to of 14 he had for Friday night s game. He went out with five minutes left with la assists and 17 Points. Thompson hit a Streak late in the second half in which he hit 13 of 17 state Points to break the paladins. The All american leaper had nine Points at halftime but finished with 26. State had a hot shoot my first half 58.5 per cent which was considerably stronger than Furman. In the other statistics the paladins held their own. A a i thought we played Well at times and i think we re getting better All the allowed state coach Norm Sloan a we May be gambling More on defense and we re going More with our big lineup from now on a the big lineup according to Sloan will move Thompson to the backcourt and add Phil Spence to the duo of Tommy Burleson and Tim Stoddard Spence got in a lot of time scored 14 Points and got seven rebounds Clyde Mayes once again started in front of 7-footer Fessor Leonard and was again the top gun for Furman. He finished with 25 Points and a game High 19 rebounds. Furman out rebounded state and had one fewer turnovers indicating that either the paladins had Learned something from the night before or that state was having too much fun in the weekend doubleheader. For Furman coach Joe Williams it was another learning experience for sure. A tonight we were More relaxed a he said. A and our played showed. The reason we play in these things is to try to see Wolf pack on 5c Richmond a. Apr ted Mcclain scored six Points in the final two minutes clinching a Lead Carolina had taken Only a minute earlier and helped the cougars to a 111-103 american basketball association Victory saturday night Over Virginia. Mcclain a feat came after the Squires had staged a fourth Quarter rally that put then out in front. Virginia had been Down by 14 Points 95-82, with 9 35 left. Furman Cincy Powell helped pulled the Squires to within one Point then put his Virginia team out in front 99-98, with two straight buckets. Mack Calvin came Back to score a Layup for the cougars at 3 11 and put them in front for Good 100-99. Calvin added to the score on a technical foul shot then Mcclain let Loose with his barrage of six of Carolinas next eight Points. Virginia was unable to overcome the deficit. Fig a it a Reb. Of to. Hill 4 7 of 2 5 i Beryly 3 8 2-2 i 4 8 Mayes 9 20 7-10 19 2 25 Lynch 515 3-5 7 4 13 Grimm 5-20 5 6 3 0 15 Kelley 2 4 6 6 2 2 to Leonard 5-12 2 4 6 12 Clark of of i i 0 Hall of 0-1 2 0 0 totals 33-88 25-34 team Reb. Not in totals n c. State 41 7 23 91 Fig a it a Reb. . . Rivers 5 8 of 2 4 to Burleson 8-16 2 2 to 3 18 Towe 8 11 la 3 2 17 Spence 6-9 2 2 7 3 14 Thompson 9-18 8 9 6 3 21 Nuce 2 6 4-4 8 2 8 Stoddard 6 8 of 2 4 12 Moeller of 2 2 0 3 2 Dayhuff oooo 0 0 0 Hawkins 0 3 2 4 3 3 2 Johnson oooo i 0 o Lake 0-1 of i 3 0 Kuszmaul of 2-2 0 0 2 totals 44-80 23-26 43 39 111 team Reb. Not in total Furman. 44 no. State ii 47 91 54�?111

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