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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 24, 1946, Page 1, Image 1

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'I Uairersity of Hcrth Carolina OmpQl mix, H. 0. EDITORIAL: Congratulations Weary Wisher , Audit Report fvf -THE ONLY COLLEGE DAILY IN THE SOUTHEAST- VOLUME LV United Press CHAPEL HILL, N. C. SUNDAY, NOMEMBER 24, 1946 I I LnJ M - s ly Ln ; Is Stag- e Comeback T WMb Duke, -fc 4 0 wis JOHN TANDY n GEORGE SPARGER - J '9' 4 - ' ::y.:.;ri';;.n.:j..; 4 ;'r: f Ternic Second Ham Carolina Tallies Twice In Final Quarter Rally - First downs Yds gained rushing.. Yd3 lost rushing t yd rushing Passes attempted Passes completed ... Passes had intercepted Yds gained passing Net ydg from scrimmage Number of punts Av distance punts : Yds punts returned No. of kiekoffs Av distance kiekoffs Yds kiekoffs "returned Ball lost on fumbles Own fumbles recovered No. of penalties Yds Denalized 3 . 82 37 . 45 . 8 1 2 5 50 11 35.7 15 2 56 93 0 3 2 10 14 210 64 146 17 By Inria Smallwood 7 i A valiant aggregation of Tar Heels, kept constantly in the hole 1 during the first period and a half, gave the Blue Devils of Duke 159 University "Justice" when they hollered for mercy in the second half of their annual clash here in Kenan stadium yesterday after noon. As a result the Tar Heels walked off with undisputed 20 honors in the Southern conference and gained their first victory 5 1 over Duke since 1940 bv a score of 22-7. 305 7 32.3 51.8; 49 1 2 3 2 10 Celebreties View Greatest UNC Win In Half Century By Darley Lochner "The only thing we know about being ambassador to Great Britain is what we read in the newspajrs," said Mrs. O. Max Gardner, wife of the present Undersecretary of the Trea sury, who attended the Duke-Carolina game with her husband today. "I'm going to apply for a job as It wasn't an all-Charlie Justice affair, however, for Jack Fitch, the star wingback from 1943, entered into the scoring picture for the first time this season when he scampered into the end zone for the winning touchdown. And substitute End John Tandy caught a touchdown pass in addition to throwing a telling block in Fitch's run. Nevertheless, as has been the case so many times this season, the Carolina Choo Choo kept the Tar Heel attack on its toes and played the major role m two of the touchdowns. The first was a pass from Justice to John Tandy and the third was a 16-yard run off tackle by Justice. Come From Behind Carolina demonstrated again its power to come from behind and win. It wasn't until almost midway in the second period that fcthe Snavelymen ever got out of the hole, that being when the Tar Heels drove from their own 22 to the Duke 33 on a long pass from Justice to Fitch, who ran 15 yards after catch ing the aerial. Dukesters 'Had It' In Colorful Clash This threat, which found Carolina in Duke territory for the first time, By Jim Pharr Packed stands, two wonderful caretaker of John Morehead's planet-; bands, a riot of color, a sluggish first , ended f , fat fa Justice . wtt m 1 2 " A. 'iL 1 1 j anum and tften m De sure oi navui quarter, witn a coupie 01 oisaswrous , punted but it had the Tar Heels back a good permanent job right here in Carolina fumbles, and the powerful Qn the tfack that kd to a 0 Carolina," O. Max Gardner himself Tar Heel offensive machine finally 1 atout gve minutes later. 1 J J 1'-m1h n 1f AtVin4 orxnoar. mftHtrnv inf n re n 4-rv ti1j-i nn 4-nm nn i"lr ed to greet the undersecretary. f touchdowns all add up to the fact Morehead, donor of the Morehead-' that the Duke Blue Devils "had lt" Patterson bell tower, and the proposed in Kenan stadium here yesterday plantarium, urged Gardner to accept t afternoon. the appointment 'if and when it was j The excitement of the "big game" -tfomA trt hi "T did tbp samp iob ! became evident a half -hour before iisici - - -- - Tandy Scores The Carolina drive that put the Tar Heel gridders back into the bal game started from the Duke 32-yard line, where George Clark had punted out of bounds from his own end zone. for four years in Stockholm under game time, with the stands filled to I Justice took the ball on the first play Hoover, and it was a great exper ience," Morehead advised Gardner. . Almost Like '06 "This team is almost as good as he one on which I played with Wal lace Winborne and Bob Reynolds back i in 1906," Gardner said. Reynolds is ( the brim. The Carolina and Duke and scampered 11 yards for a tirs cheerleaders came on to build up the down, but five yards were taken away cheering that started long before the 1 0n a penalty for too many times out. kickoff. Walt Pupa drove through center to Lath "Tarzan" Mariff was the hit ; get back six, Justice passed incom of the Tar Heel rooters, leading . plete, Pupa lost four yards, and then Rameses around the field during the on fourth down Justice went back and 1 1 If a: J ... .fneeiul a Tnarfaft aerial ff TflTldv nn ; game aim a- uan-timf. "v i wuvi p.... - j former senator from North ohna, . Duke three, from where the Tar and - Winborne is -now a leading state foj. & touchdowni supreme court justice, . "in --isuo we didn't even play Duke, which was a ! The Carolina band showed a new little college called Trinity, but wewriniye as tne piayers came oacK on axa Virginia, our bietrest rival,"! tne nem jusi Dexore me game, xu c " rr rnnrriES. vaae A. See DUKESTERS, page 2 Bob Cox came in and kicked the extra point from placement to tie up the ball game, 7-7, with 13:05 gone in the See JUSTICE, page 3. How They Gained! Player Justice Pupa Rodgers Camp Myers Fitch Highs mith CAROLINA C G L Net i 20 116 17 99 9 33 12 1 3 ; 2 0 13 20 23 5 0 0 0 5 0 21 13 20 18 S9 -39 44 210 64 146 DUKE Long . Mulligan Clark : Hartley Folger Luper 9 8 11 13 1 1 9 . 7 39 0 5 8 27 14 0 1 0 9 9 2 31 13 1 9 42 82 37 45 SP Will Convene This Afternoon Nominations for all posts in the coming elections, now but two weeks away, will be in order at a mass open nominating convention of the Student Party at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in the Candlelight room of Graham Memorial. At this time candidacies for one men's and student council post, and all legislature posts open due to vacancies and expiration of terms, will be considered. All posts carry one-year terms. A number of candidacies have al ready been entered, and nominations may, or may not be closed this after noon. Party Chairman Chuck Heath urges all students, not affiliated with another party, to attend and vote. "The Student Party is not only a political force on the campus, but also an organization through which ideas for the improvement of student gov ernment may be funneled," said Heath. A report on the SP petition to the General Assembly next January will be made ,by the chairman of the bill, Walt Stuart. CONSERVATIVES MEET MONDAY John S. Henderson, Sewickley, Pa., coordinator of the REA, with the Westinghouse Corporation of Pitts burgh, will address the Carolina Con servative Club tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock in Gerrard hall. NEWS: Devils Downed Celebrities at Game Dukesters Ilad It NUMBER 72 5i JACK FITCH JOE WRIGHT V. V HOSEA RODGERS BOB COX J

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