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The C.C.U.N.C. news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1947-1948, April 23, 1948, Image 3

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April 23, 1948 - Page 3 MAKE Your Family Shopping Headquarters J. O. JONES, Inc. 208 South Tryon Street THACKER'S INC. "A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" 221 E. Tryon St. Opposite The Johnston Building Privote Dining Rooms for Forties and Banquets OWLS PLAN SPRING PARLEY NEXT YEAR COACHES NAMED By NEAL FORNEY Plans are now being made for the coming football season. A ten tative schedule of ten games has been planned but, because of the Center students and local fans, the lack of support of the College entire schedule will be played out of town. Spring practice will begin May 10 and last three weeks. It will be held on the Central Athletic field from three until four-thirty in the afternoon. Thirty-five players will be invited to attend. Harold Hailey, former all state guard of Harding High School, has been selected as the line coach with the assistance of Buddy Drummond, returning letter-man of last year’s squad. Richard Foard, an outstanding player for Central High School, will be the backfield coach. The primary purpose of spring practice will be to acquaint the players with plays which will be used and the development of the fundamentals of football. To in- r .1.' MONTALDO’S Preienti ^lie ifjodt ^nlerestina and L^nuiua( Summer Fashion Collection We J4ave Been ^Ue DoSk ow •Some ^ime ^ou C^ordiad^ ^nuited Come mmmer ^lAJardroLi ^ndCk ooAe ^our Si White Our SeLction Of >3mportant (LiotLeA (Lompiete sure the best possible team for next year, a rigid system of eli gibility and prior approval has been prescribed. High school grad uates of 1948 and returning letter- men of last year will be given pieference. Southern Conference rules will be observed as a final decision in all matters concerning eligibility. Fall practice will begin on August 16. Two practice sessions will be held daily, from 10 until 12 in the mornings and from 4 until 6 in the afternoons. There will be no Saturday practice unless the progress of the team warrants it. After August 25, practice will be held from 4 until 6 throughout the rest of the football season. Profit ing from last year’s mistakes, at tendance at all practices will be required for eligibility to play. Miss Bonnie Cone, director of the College Center, has promised full co-operation in arranging schedules and excusing cuts for the players. Under the direction of Miss Cone, an Athletic Committee has been formed to supervise all matters concerning the football program. The Athletic Committee is composed of ten membeis, not including the director. One of the most far reaching effects of the establishing of this committee is ^Octrs SMITH'S BOOK and ART STORE 402 W. Trade Phone 2-0070 MERCURY SANDWICH SHOP 1619 Elizabeth Ave. Hunter Electric Company 221 W. 2nd Phone 3-3357 ARMSTRONG ANIMAL CLINIC 121 N. Cecil St. HOB NOB GRILL 415 North Tryon Street its power to Judge whether or not the coaching staff has fulfilled its obligation to the College Center. A majority vote of this Committee is sufficient to cause the replace ment of the coaching staff, indi vidually or collectively. The Athletic Committee has an nounced the following list of players who won letters for the 1947 season: Harold Hailey, Bob Wylie, Ted Thompson, Carroll York, Buddy Drummon, Ed Wil son, Mack Fowler, David Little john, Douglas Matthews, Robert “Goat” Davis, John Kiser, James Mock, William Browning, and Phillip Burkholder. The cheer leaders who also were awarded letters are: Jonsie Pyron, “Tacky” Smith, and Bebe Smith. The Charlotte Park and Recrea tion Commission has promised us ample dressing room facilities in the Armory for the coming season. With plans such as these, we feel sure that the coming season will be much more successful than our previous one. The first game of the 1948 season will be played at Clinton, S. C. on September 7 against Presbyterian College. CAGERS AWARDED The Athletic Committee has awarded letters to the following basketball players: Bill Proctor, Bill Hinkle, Leland Helms, Bob Moseley, Hubert Moseley, Frank Murphy, Cal Brice and John Gamble. Don’t get too excited over the weather. If you will notice, every year about this time, we have a little. BE READY FOR SUMMER Have your skin all evenly tanned when those first warm days arrive. Then you can enjoy every precious outdoor minute, without fear of painful burns. Drop by our sales floor for a look at the G-E sunlamps ... so easy to use. Now Only $9.95 DUKE P.OWEB COMPANY

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