Torbush.s insistence on remaining defensive coordinator had drawn him a lot of criticism. Upon naming Browning, Torbush said, "I kept the defensive coordinator Gob) when I became the head coach and I felt very, very strongly about that. Last year - after the first year - I felt in my heart hat I would name a defensive coordi- nator. I had talked to Kenny about this everal times. "I didn't feel like it was fair last year to name Kenny or really any other member of our coaching staff as defensive coordinator because I wasn't sure how good we could be last year - we lost so many players over that period of time." Torbush also named Gunter Brewer as the Tar Heels' new wide receivers coach. Darrell Moody, who coached the receivers the past two seasons, will coach running backs, a position he previously held at Carolina from 1990-95. Brewer joins Carolina after coaching
at Marshall since 1996. Last year,
Marshall completed a perfect 13-0
season to earn a No. 10 final national
ranking. Brewer's responsibilities at
Marshall have included coaching the
running backs and serving as recruiting
coordinator, 1996; wide receivers coach
and recruiting coordinator, 1997;
associate offensive coordinator and
wide receivers coach, 1998; and special
tean1S coordinator and wide receivers
REACHES 5 MILLION
As with the past four "millionth" volumes, Wilson Library's 5 millionth volume is a gift from
the Hanes fanllly of Winston-Salem.
Actually it's a collection offirst editions
and other rare items by W B. Yeats
collected by George Harper ' 51 (PhD),
who was a UNC professor and chair
of the English department. The collec-
tion is being purchased with a gift of
$165,800 from the John Wesley (' 14)
and Anna Hodgin Hanes Foundation,
of which Frank Borden Hanes Sr. ' 42,
Frank Borden Hanes Jr. ' 67 and other
fanUly members are trustees. Harper
donated a portion ofthe collection,
valued at $50,000.
The collection will be housed in the
Rare Book Collection in Wilson Library.
The library's announcement ofthe
gift in February included an exhibit
and a talk by noted Yeats scholar
Richard Finneran ' 68 (PhD).
The library acquired its millionth
volume in 1960, with successive nUle-
stones in 1974,1983 and 1992.Wilson
ranks 20th in number ofvolumes
among members of the Association of
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