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Intramural Lead Split
Animals Forfeit Game, Lose Lead
The Animals received their first
loss by a forfeit to the Freshmen
Tuesday to make a four-way tie
for first place in intramural foot
ball. APO dropped a game to the
Gladiators and edged out the En
gineers to puttheminsecond place.
The Business Club and the En
gineers tied in a scoreless game
Monday and, both loosing their
other games, ended up third and
fourth respectively. The Sopho
more-Junior team was in last
place as of Friday, stiU seeking
their first win.
In the first pme Monday, Act
ion’s Ben Chavis scored two touch-
downs and Harold Cohen and Char
lie Parker made one apiece as
Action shut out the Sophomore-
Juniors, 26-0. Nick Stavrakas and
Lane Hurley put across the extra
points on the second and third
Monday’s second game pitted the
Engineers and the Business Club.
It ended in a scoreless tie.
The Freshmen scored seven
points in the first halt of Tues
day’s first game, but failed to cross
the goal line the second half as
the Animals outscored them 19-7.
However, the game was awarded
to the Frosh as Hank Rivers who
Quarterback Latty directs APO drive.
By John Lafferty
Lo, It Is Fall
Lo, it is fall. The leaves are practically gone from the trees.
The morning and afternoon air has a bite to it. Lights bum brighter
in Chapel Hill since Carolina won its first football game, while N.C.
State continues to roll up an impressive string of victories. Cross
Country runners pull toboggans tightly over their ears as they roll
up the milage, in preparation tor the end of the season. The lights
burn late in the bym at Harrisburg Junior High as the basketball
team drills, and drills, and drills, and drills. Coach Fleming ner
vously paces the track at daily cross country drills, which he has
taken over for Dr. Murphy, while he worries about the arrival of
his Wrestling Mat. And intramural Competition tightens.
Meanwhile, the Sports Editor worries, wondering what he shall
till next weeks paper with. I, for one, will look forward to the day
lINC-C fields many teams, during all seasons of the year. It makes
my job much easier.
But for now, lets make the teams we have good. There is no reason
to expand if you can’t support that which you already have.
W.vNTED: SPORTS WRITERS to
cover basketball games, bowlmg,
and wrestling. If interested, please
leave your name and telephone
number at Union Information desk,
addressed to, SPORTS EDITOR,
the Carolina journal.
PLEASE RETURN: RED FLAG
used to mark goal line on intra
mural field which was borrowed
last week. Coach Bostian requests
its return to his office, or the
intramural field. No questions will
^ MEETING: THE BOWLING
TEAM meets for practice each
Wednesday afternoon, at 3:30, at
North 29 Lanes.
Corner 4th & Independence Blvd.
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was originaUy with Action played
for the Animals. Erik Jordan scor
ed the Freshmen’s touchdown and
Donald .Morgan the point after. In
the secondhalfBucky Weston scor
ed the Animals first TD with John
Mims making the extra point. Pat
Queen and Mims later scored one
touchdown apiece. Had the Animals
not forfeited this game they would
have held the number one spot in
In the second game Tuesday,
the Gladiators’ David Corry and
Cam Harris scored the only two
touchdowns as their team put down
APO 13-0. Norman Scott made the
extra point on Harris’ TD.
APO won their next game, th
ough. In Wednesday’s first game
they edged out the Engineers 2-0
on a safety in the first half.
The Animals’ John Mims made
three touchdowns during the first
half in the second game, leading
his team to a 33-0 victory over
the Business Club. Bucky Weston
scored the point after Mims’ third
TD. In the second haK Joe Briggs
finished what Mims had started by
putting across two TD’s. The Ani
mals picked up another two points
on a safety.
Thursday’s first game saw the
Gladiators defeat the Soph-Jrs.
19-6, as Donald Corry scored all
three of the Gladiators’ touch
downs. Corry made two of the TD’s
in the first half, one before and
one after Phil Rimer scored the
The 49er basketball team ended
the “66 - “67 season with a seven
win, twenty-one loss record. For
this years roundballers, coached
by Dr. Harvey Murphy, with the
aid of Lane Hurlej', records such
as these are history, which they
don’t care to repeat.
Aiming tor their opening game,
November 28, with Guilford at
Park Center, the team is working
hard on fundamentals which, ac
cording to Coach Murphy, “they
This must be the coaches, sole
complaint. He holds only praise for
the 49ers. When interviewed, he
stated, “the attitude is good, the
moral is high, and they are work
ing hard! I can have no com
plaints when the boys are working
There appears to be a lot of
hustle, and a lot of spirit, both
unusual for workouts characteri
zed by repetitions of fundamentals,
and stressing defense.
Physically, the team is in good
shape. The seventeen members
average just over 6’ 1’, with Bob
Lemmond, at 6’ 7”, the tallest
member of the squad.
The 49ers want to win this year.
They are working to do so.
North 29 Lanes
5900 North Tryon
“Home of the
Soph-Jr.’s only six points. Corry
made his third touchdown in the
second half and Adkins made the
In the last game of the week
the Freshmen’s Tal Phillips scor
ed twelve points in the first half,
but Action came back in the sec
ond with two TD’s and an extra
point to take it 13-12. Nick Sta
vrakas and R(« Bassinger put
across Action’s two touchdowns
and Ben Chavis made the extra
point on Eassinger’s TD.
.After two weeks of play John
Mims of the Animals was the lead
ing scorer with six touchdowns and
erne point after for a total of 37
points. Tal Phillips of the Fresh
men and David Corry of the Glad
iators were tired for second with
tour TD’s apiece.
Action 26 Soph.-Jr. . . .0
Business Club. . .0 Engineers., .0
Animals. . . ,19 Freshmen. . .7*
Gladiators. . .13 APO. . .0
APO. . . .2 Engineer. . .0
Animals. ..33 Business Club. 0
Gladiators. . .19 Soph.-Jr.. . .
Action 13 Freshmen. . .12
* Game forfeited to Freshman be-
J. P. Mims (Animals), 37. T.P.
Phillips (FreshmerO, 24. D. Corry
(Gladiators), 24. Joe Briggs(Ani-
cause of illegal
player on Animal
The 49er thinclads open their
home season today, October 25,
with a meet, against Lynchburg
College. Scheduled for 3:30 this
afternoon, the meet will be run
on campus, and pits the only two
teams which remain undefeated in
UNC-C supporters are invited
to cheer on their team.
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