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Play State Tomorrow
'46 Grid Schedule
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1946
t Heels Play Host
Tomorrow At 8
Wrestling and Boxing Teams Emerge Victorious In' Matches
Grapplers Beat Appalachian; p00tball 1
Ringmen Hang 6-2 Loss On SG Hag 1Q Games
On '46 Slate
By Mel Cohen
After vanquishing the Appalachian
grapplers with an overwhelming 24
to 8 victory Friday night, the Tar
Heel wrestling team has settled down
to work for its meet with Virginia
here Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Carolinians looked impressive in
their initial match of the year "and
showed intentions of going after the
The feature of the night was Al
Crawford's quick pin over Appala
chian's Ted Brunnan.
In the first varsity match of the
evening Smallwood (UNC) lost a de
cision in a tough one to Odum in the
121 pound class. Gray (UNC) showed
a great display of ability in pinning
Edmondson during the first period to
put the Tar Heels ahead 5-3. :
T. A. Hearn (UNC) helped the
team build up its lead to 8 points by
taking a decision from Abernethy.
Hearn showed plenty of wrestling tac
tics and managed to keep his oppon
ent on the defensive throughout most
of the match.
In the 145 pound scrap, Seaver
(UNC) practically assured a Caro
lina victory when he took a decision
from Day. Roseman (UNC) deci-
sioned Sparks 3-1 and brought the
score to 14-3
Coach Jule Medwin made his de
but as varsity boxing coach last Sat
urday night when his pugmen squad
came through with a 6-2 victory over
the ringmen from the University of
Carolina's Paul Gordy opened the
initial ring classic of the 1946 season
by registering a knockout over Jim
Jones in 1:55 of the second round in
the 120 pound bout. Gordy of Gaines-
Are On Schedule
A full and attractive 10-game
schedule, featuring Navy and three
other newcomers, was announced here
this morning by Athletic Director R.
A. Fetzer and Head Coach Carl
ville, Fla., delivered a barrage of
rights and lefts to drop his opponent Snavely f or North
to xne canvas football squad.
"T 111 "ie , The Tar Heels, who won five games
pound class for the Tar Heels gained last fall open yirginia
JT To, "T OD Tech here September 28 and have .
after 1:30 of the third round had , , ,
past. The Gastonia boxer finished
his foe with a hard right to the face
J oe Mallard, holdover from last sea-
on's fighting crew, completely out
classed Jim Gaul in the 155 bout, but
the scrap ended with a draw since
Mallard cut Gaul's eye in the first
round which automatically stopped
Although being outweighed Ed Mc
Gee,' ex-paratrooper and Hamlet pugi
list fought with class to decision Frank
Krayac in the unlimited event.
Johnny Richardson, one of the three
lettermen on the Carolina squad,
fought with an effective left handed
punch to decision Ed Holz in the 165
In the unlimited division Crawford pound battle in one of the best fights
pinned Brunnan m the first period. J Gn the card.
The summary: The summaries:
121 Odum (App.) decisioned 120 pounds Paul Gordy (NC) de-
Smallwood. feated Jom Jones, knockout, 1:55 of
128 Gray (UNC) pinned Edmond- seCond round.
sen, first period. 127 pounds Joe Piedmont (SC) de-
135 Hearn (UNC) decisioned Ab- cisionefl Gene Roth.
ernethy. - "
145 Seaver (UNC) decisioned
155 Roseman (UNC) decisioned
166 Capt. Reece (App.) pinned
175 Bluethenthal (UNC) pinned
Villec, first period.
Unlimited Crawford (UNC) pin
ned Brunnan, first period.
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J. EDWARD BR0M8ERG
ROSALIND IVAN -CLARA BLANDICK
P 8k &
135 pounds Jim Lodge (NC) for
145 pounds Basil Sherrill (NC),
Bob Kelley. technical knockout, 1:30
of third round.
155 pounds Draw, Joe Mallard
(NC) and Jim Gaul.
165 pounds Johnny Richardson
(NC) decisioned Ed Holz.
175 pounds Draw, Bos Beckwith
(NC) and Sam Kiser.
Unlimited Ed McGee (NC) deci
sioned Frank Krayac.
game every week-end through their
traditional finale at Virginia Novem
The home card, which lists Virginia
Tech, Maryland, Florida, Wake For
est, and Duke, is particularly attrac
tive and well-balanced, including one
game in September, two in October,
and two in November.
The newcomers on the Tar Heel
card are Navy, Miami, Maryland, and
Florida. They replace Penn, Georgia
Tech, and Cherry Point Marines.
Miami played in the Orange Bowl
New Year's Day and Wake Forest in
the new bowl at Jacksonville.
North Carolina's completed sched
September 28 Virginia Tech at
October 4 Miami at Miami, Fla.
October 12 Maryland at Chapel
October 19 Navy at Baltimore.
October 26 Florida at Chapel
November 2 Tennessee at Knox-
November 9 William and Mary
November 16 Wake Forest at
November 23 Duke at Chapel
November 30 Virginia at Char
Blue Dolphins Pointing Foi
Meet With Navy And Cornell
After being idle for the past two weeks, Coaches Ralph and
Willis Casey have been tuning up their Blue Dolphins for the tri
angular meet with Navy and Cornell at Annapolis on Saturday.
The Blue Dolphins will be out tof
extend their string of straight vic
tories which now stands at 17. Unde
feated for the past two , years, the
mermen have already copped one-sided
Jack Zimmerman, standout swim
mer on the Blue Dolphins tank team
was elected president of the Mono
gram Club for the coming year at its
team last year, splashing against weeiuy meeting last inursaay nignt
Cnmpll fnr th first. Httip. Tho Dnl- to succeed Jack Davies
wins over Georgia Tech and Camp
Saturday's meet will find the six-
times Southern swimming champs and
possibly the nation's top ranking tank
Pi Phi Pledge
Elizabeth Eaddy has
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sweetest mra n the ntar
features the music of Charlie Spi
vak and his Orchestra, the nation's
top Sweet Band for 1945. The con
cert, which is open to the public,
will be held Saturday afternoon,
Fhruarv 2. 1946, from 4:00 to
6:00, in Memorial Hall. Tickets are
now on sale by German Club Exec
utive Committee members and will
be available in the Y.M.C.A. from
January 24th to 28th. You are
urged to get your tickets early as
the sale is very limited and they
are going fast. The advance price
is $1.00 per person. Door sale will
be $1.25 per person.
The Pan-Hellenic Council has an
nounced that there will be open rush
ing for all new girls by the campus
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity has ini-
tiated Kenneth Merritt, John Wolhar,
Ivey Sutton, Rex Coston, Paul Rohrer,
Freddy Clapp, Harold Cannon, How
ard Vick and Eddie Allen. Rohrer was
named outstanding pledge.
phins brushed the Middies aside last
season and are slated to repeat come
Saturday. Cornell won its 25th con
secutive event last week-end by wal
Leading contenders in the freestyle
department for the Blue Dolphins are
Ben Ward, Dick Twining, Jack Zim
merman and nooky Proctor, all back
from last year. Bo Jenkins, Jack
Davies and Bob Cannon are pacing the
backstrokers. In the breast stroke
race, JUd Shumate, lra ADranamson
and Sittman are showing up well. Mac
Erie, Haigler and Swigart will handle
he diving chores for the Dolphins.
Others performing well in the free
style are Morrow, Little, Fickland and
Weighing In For
Ring Meet Starts
Weighing in for intramural boxing
will take place on the afternoon of
January 24 and 25 between 2 and 6
at Woollen gym. All pugilistic, aspi
rants will be required to nave an
"A" medical rating to participate.
The boxing tournament will begin
Monday, January 28, and before this
date all contestants must have com
pleted five lessons under the instruc
tion of Coach Merwin or his assist
ants. The various weights are 120,
127, 135, 145, 155, 165, 175 and heavy
weight. Overweights will not be per
mitted to compete.
While boxing, fighters must wear
a Headpiece. Men wno nave partici
pated in freshman or varsity boxing
at North Carolina or any college or
university will not be eligible for the
For a team to enter it will be neces
sary to have five contestants from each
fraternity or dormitory.
Mike Morrow, of Wilmington, an
other swimmer was chosen as vice
president and Ed Golding, stalwart
performer on the gridiron was select
ed secretary and treasurer.
The next meeting of the club will
be held Thursday night at 7:30 in
Navy Hall and all holders of the Caro
lina Monogram are urged to attend.
Final preparation for the coming
indoor track campaign will be a tri
angular meet this Wednesday after-
noon between State, Duke, and Caro
lina in the Tin Can. At present Coach
es Ranson and Hilton have been work
ing their squad out on a daily basis.
Following is the list by events of
the sixty-eight man squad who parti
cipate in the running events:
60-yard dash G. P. Begnaud, W. P.
Benton, W. D. Britt, R. J. Friedlander,
T. E. Haigler, A. S. Litinski, Don
Mitchell, M. C. Terrell, J. E. Amos.
220-yard dash T. E. Haigler, I. P.
Local Cagers Face
The high flying White Phantoms
will return to their home court for
the first time in two weeks by playing
host to State College tomorrow night
at 8 o'clock in Woollen gym. This will
be the initial meeting of the two rivals
The Tar Heels who are riding the
crest of six straight victories com
pleted a long road trip by subduing
High Point College and South Caro
lina over the week-end.
The local fans will get a chance to
see Horace "Bones" McKinney in ac
tion tomorrow night for the first time
since the former State eager enrolled
at Carolina last Monday. Since then
the six-foot-six inch center, who was
recently discharged from the army has
sparked the Tar Heels in their past
three performances and is rapidly fit
ting into Coach Ben Carnevale's high
Bones will be playing against his
former alma mater where he made
All-Southern as a sophomore in 1942
and was the conference's leading scor
er that year.
Coach Ben Carnevale is expected to
start the same five that entered the
Gamecock contest which included Bob
Paxton and John Dillon at forwards;
Bones McKinney at center; and Jim.
Jordan and Jim White at the guard
In last Friday's battle at High
Point, the Phantoms gained a one
sided 64-33 triumph over the Pan
thers who were no match for the local
courtmen. McKinney with his over
head shot won individual scoring hon
ors with 16 points. Dillon tallied 11
markers in the runaway game.
It was the same story the following
Lineweaver, A. S. Litinski, Merl Nor
cross, J. B. Shaffer, J. P. Spillers, M. night in South Carolina as the Tar
C. Terrell, J. E. Amos. Heels routed the Gamecocks bv the
440-yard run M. L. Childers, R. score of 52-31 in a Southern conference
W. Dodson, W. J. Hester, R. L. Kemp, tilt. The Carnevalemen jumped to a
W. R. Middleton, M. M. Miller, I. C. 28-16 lead at halftime. John Dillon,
Nichols, R. G. Stockton, T. J. Turner, hook shot artist, racked up 16 points
A. H. Veasy. I to nace the attack, whil nh Po-rfnr.
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880-yard run L. R. Briley, J. L. sank seven baskets and a free toss for
Briley, Mark Burnham, Bob Dodson,
Tri Delt Initiate
Audrey Johnson Pendergrass has
been initiated into Tri Delta sorority.
LOOK YOUR BEST AT THE DANCE SATURDAY
With a Haircut from the
GRAHAM MEMORIAL BARBER SHOP
Basement Graham Memorial
Support the March of Dimes
W. B. Good, W. J. Hester, F. A. Ja-
cobson, J. M. Pulliam, C. H. Tietjen, I.
Mile run L. R. Briley, J. L. Briley.
Mark Burnham, W. T. Chafin, Bob
Eagle, W. B. Good, W. C. Helmly, F.
A. Jacobson, H. Pallulet, C. H. Tiet
jen, u. r. lomimson, u. L. xoder.
Two mile run Bill Chafin, Bob
Eagle, George Harris, Frank Hatch,
Art Lamb, R. P. Osberne, J. L. Strait,
Dorm Social Ne?s
15 tallies. Jim White, who has been
starting at the guard post the last
few games played a brilliant floor
game at Columbia.
High Point will invade Woollen gym
Friday night for a cage test, while the
undefeated Jayvees play host to the
Duke "B" team in a prelude fracas.
"B" Cagers Down
Fort Bragg Five
Spencer Dorm entertained the new Coach Henry House's Jayvee bas-
veterans Friday night at a dance, ketballers vied with the Paratroopers
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from Fort Bragg Saturday night in
a close game which finally ended with
the Jayvees squeezing out a 36 to 34
The Junior Phantoms have estab
lished an enviable record for them
selves this season, winning all of their
games thus far. Incidentally, they de
feated the Jayvees at Duke last week
in an exciting game which went into
an overtime period.
Holt bagged 12 points to be Caro
lina's top point maker. Nimitz tal
lied 8 and Leach and Cox scored 6
ap:ece. r or t ort Uragg, it was Cooley
who led the scoring with a total of
13 points and Bloom followed with
eight. The combination of Leach or
McSpaden to Holt to the basket was
an effective one for the "B" cagers.
The first half of the game was ra
ther slow with Carolina leading 14 to
13 at intermission. The game got
faster in the second half and both
teams were more aggressive.
With about three minutes to go and
a 36 to 32 lead, the Junior Phantoms
began freezing the ball to hold on to
their slim lead. The Jayvees play
Duke here Friday night at 7 o'clock.
Opposite Post Office Corner