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rATTTP.n.Y, 'JANUARY 7, 1950
THE: DAILY. TA JTEEtr
' PAGE 7HP.EE
Locals Away r
By Larty Fox
The Tar Heel cagers carry their
.GOO record for regular season
play to Davidson tonight when
they continue their long road
trip against the Wildcats.
Thus far the Carolina cagers
have won three games while los
ing a like number and a victory
tonight would put them in the
win column, at least temporarily.
Strengthened by the return of
Guard Charlie Thorne this quar
ter, the Tar Heels were badly
hit when high-scoring John
Tsantes broke his nose against
Rhode Island -State in the Dixie
Classic. Tsantes has seen action
in the two games played since
then, but only for a short time.
He's been using a cut-down foot
ball helmet with a nose-guard
attachment to protect his injury,
but that has cut down his effec
tiveness. It's a question of the doctor
not'Vtting him play without the
protector and not being able to
play well with it.
Scoring Threat Missed
Against Maryland with Nemo
Nearman scoring 21 points,
Tsantes absence was not missed
too greatly and the Tar Heels
won, 55-53. But Thursday night
against Hanes Hosiery Nearman
could hit for only three and with
no exceptional scoring perform
ance, the Tar Heels went down,
Hugo Kapples was high man
with 14 points, but that's about
his usual performance and wasn't
quite enough to put Carolina on
Unless Tsantes shows up very
well in practice, his place in the
lineup will probably be taken by
Red Bennett, who made 12 points
against Hanes. Bennett will team
with Kappler at forward with
Nearman at center and Howard
Deasy and the speedy Thorne at
The two teams split a home
and home series last year and one
of the star's from that Davidson
club is still around. Termed by
Carolina Coach Tom Scott -as the
"best defensive man in the Con
ference," Whit Cobb is also one
of the leading scoring threats for
The Carolina freshmen will
also make the trip to Davidson
to olav a preliminary contest
against the Wildcat yearlings
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Six Wake Forest Football Star's
Lost To Team On Honor Offenses
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WAKE FOREST, Jan. 6 OP)
Wake Forest College lost six
football , players today after the
sextet had been accused of cheat
ing on pre-Christmas tests.
Three were expelled and three
were placed oh prabation, but
none will be eligible to play uhr
der the Gold and Black colof s
again, the Wake Forest Student
Council announced. .
Those expelled were All-Sottth-
ern Guard Ray Cicia of Ansohia,
Conn; Tackle Bill George ,of
Morrisville, ; Pa.; and reserve
Tackle George Sniscak of Lans-
ford, Pa.; said a college spokes
man. ' . ' .
Placed on probation were: All-
Southern Halfback Bill Gfegus
of Toledo, O.; Bill Wilhelmy, sub
halfback from Ansonia, Conn.,"
and ' Dick Medlecot, sub guard
from Bethelehem, Pa.
The six boys could not be
reached immediately for com-
HUGO KAPPLER, All Tournament forward last year and one
of Carolina's leading scorers, copped high scoring honors in Thurs
day night's loss to Hanes Hosiery with 14 points. Kappler is one
of the most agressive players on the squad.
Injuries, Eligibility Hurt
As Swimmers Prep For Meet
Coach Dick Jamerson's Caro- turn to workouts during the
With the Fraternity Basketball
League ready to open play on
Monday there has been a large
turnout in this division. How
ever, the dorn division is lacking
entries. The deadline in the dorm
division will be Thursday, Janu
ary 12th. .
Anyone who is interested in
mural basketball and does not
have either fraternity or dorm
affiliation may stop by the
YMCA. The Y plans to place
teams in the league.
lina swjmming team today enters
the last week of practice before
facing the hardest part of their
Many members of the team
gave up part of their vacations
to return to Chapel Hill on Dec.
27 where workouts were held in
Bowman Gray Pool -twice daily
until the opening of school.
On Saturday, Jan. 14, the Tar
Heels play host to one of the top
teams in the nation, Ohio State.
Coached by Mike Peppi, the
Buckeyes traveled to Chapel Hill
last year to win the NCAA
championships, held in Bowman
Gray Pool. They also defeated
the Tar Heels in a regular sea
son meet in Columbus.
The Tar Heels had two meets
before the Christmas holdiyas be
gan, with Duke and VPI, both of
which they won. Neither of
these teams, however, is any
where near the powerful aggre
gation that coach Peppe boasts
and the Tar Heels will go into
the meet a definite underdog.
Two holes have been left in
the Blue and White lineup by in
eligibilities while an injury has
caused a temporary loss. Both
diver Gil Beam and breastroker
Bob Raskin failed to maintain
their academic eligibility. Char
lie Bartlett, another breastroker,
has been kept from practice by
a punctured ear drum. It is
hoped however, that he will re-
For Track Season
Coed Winter Sports Schedule
Announced by WAA President
middle of next week.
Jimmy Thomas, the team's ace
freestyler, -is reported in top
shape and has turned in promis
ing times in recent trials and wil
be depended on to win the two
distance events for the Tar Heels
in next Saturday's affair.
The fate of the team also hangs
on the shoulders of Norm Sper
Sper returned to practice from
Dallas on Wednesday and is said
to be looking good in the back
stroke. He; will be matched
against one of the best, Bob De
Groot, in the Ohio State meet.
Sprinters Sam, McCauley, Kent
Williamson, Kirby Ambler, Bob
Snow and Walt Carnes all are1
working out hard. Their marks
have recently been bolstered by
the return to school of letterman
Cecil Milton, Art Dietzel, Ray
Edmundson, John Brown and
John Kennedey all are in the
race for berths in the distance
behind Thomas. It is hoped thdt
Bartlett will be back in time for
the meet Saturday in the breast-
Splash Club tryouts for the
winter quarter will be held Mon
day night at 6:30 and Tuesday
night at 7 o'clock in Bowman-
Gray Pool, club president Dot
Smith said yesterday.
Regular Splash Club meetings
are on Monday nignts at
The schedule of coed sports fpr
winter quarter was announced
yesterday by Women's Athletic
Association president Jane Gow
er following the first WAA coun
cil meeting of the quarter.
The ping pong and shuffle
board tournaments will begin
Jan. 16 with' competition played
off in the WAA room in the
basement of Women's Gym. Any
coed interested in participating
in the tournament should sign up
in the gym or turn her name in
to the WAA representative for
the group with which she will
be registered. A girl may sign
up as a member of either a dorm
or a sorority. Betty Dixon is
manager of the tournament, and
Mary McCormick is the staff ad
viser. A double-elimination basket
ball tournament with winners
and u consolation tournament
will bigin Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Teams may practice in Wo
man's Gym on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday afternoons after
4 o'clock, but team managers
must sign up for their practice
time on a schedule which is post
ed in the gym. Each organiza
tion may have as many as three
teams in the tournament.
A basketball club for girls
wishing to improve their skill
in the sport will meet every Mon
day and Wednesday afternoon m
Woman's Gym at 4 o'clock. There
is no requirement for member
ship, but to receive individual
intramural points, a.girl must
attpnd at least 75 per cent of
Coach Dale Ranson yesterday
released the names of the four
men who will assist him in var
sity arid freshman indoor and
outdoor tracks for the remainder
of the year.
Joe Hilton, an assistant coach
for several years, will remain as
hurdle and field event coach. Hil
ton is a former Tar Heel javelin
star and holds several records in
The three, new assistants, are
Dick Maxwell, Bob Seligman and
Walter Beardslee. Seligman is the
lone former Carolina performer
in the trio. The husky New Jer
seyite won both the indoor and
outdoor shot titles last season in
addition to the discus crown, the
third year in succession that he
copped that title. - ,
Maxwell, who has been on the
staff since: September, is a. form
er star hurdler for Ohio State,
Maxwell won the Big Nine crown
in 1947 while competing for the
Buckeyes and was rated as one
of the nation's best timber-toppers
during his undergraduate
Beardslee, a graduate of Michi
gan State, also is veteran of com
petition in the tough - Midwest.
While running for the Spartans,
he was outstanding in both cross
country and the open two-mile
According to the Ranson . an
nouncement, Maxwell will be the
head freshman coach while Selig
man and Beardslee will assist
both varsity and freshman run
ners. Seligman will work with
the weightmen while Beardslee
will work on Tuesdays and Thurs
days at 4 with a special group on
distances. Workouts will be held
on the cross country course in
order to build up some of the var
sity and frosh distance men who
did not compete regularly in
cross country. '
ment, but friends said they all
stoutly denied they had cheated.
These friends also said' the boys
planned to appeal, the action of
the student council to the faculty
All of the six had at least one
more year of eligibility.
It was a staggering blow to the
Deacon football team which had
a disappointing season last fall
after it had been touted in ad
vance as one of the South's top
grid powers. Coach D. C. (Pea-
head) Walker was out of town
when the blow fell.
The expulsions and probations
were announced at the college
chapel program this morning by
Lamar i Caudle III, of Washing
ton, D C, student government
president. Caudle, who did not
identify the six, said the action
was taken by the student council
ast night. The six' later were
identified by the college spokes
This spokesman said the al
leged cheating occurred during
tests taken just before Christmas
and were not all on the same
course. ' The Student Council in
vestigation was delayed when
college students went home for
Under a recent change in stu
dent government rules, proba
tion for the three players means
they can remain at Wake Forest.
but "they can never represent
Wake Forest College in any kind
of activity while they are here
nor can they hold any campus
office," the spokesman said.
The three placed under proba
tion could not be contacted im
mediately to learn if they, planned
to stay in school.
The college spokesman said
George Sniscak and Cicia were
expelled because it was their se
cond cheating offense. They con
tinued to play football, he said,
because the old rules did not
ban students from participating
in athletics for a first offense
Ghoo Choo, Doaker Hoped
Yd Play Together 'in Bowl
The Council recommended to
the Studen). Legislature today
that, in the future the penalty for
a first offense of cheating be ex
Gregus, a chunky, 185-pouhder,
was one of ; the most powerful
running backs in the Southern
Conf erefice. Ite was virtually a
unanimous choice for the All
Southern - Conference grid team.
Wilhelmy was a sophomore
substitute for Gregus at halfback
and Medlecot was a- reserve.
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the Senior Bowl game.
"I sure wanted to play on the
same team with Doak," Charlie
said in Dallas. "We would have
given those Yankees the devil.
But 'they figured it would be
better fof Doak and me to op
pose each other, and they are
running the show."
Doak expressed the same opin
ion. But like' Charlie, he said that
"they," meaning the Senior Bowl
promoters, had the last say, and
"they" felt that Walker and Jus
tice as captains of opposing team
would be a bigger drawing cari.
For Charlie, today will be t"e
last football game of his 'carrier.
For the Doaker, it might be just
the first professional game jf a
glittering ; fling a pro ball.
The D; ilias gridder paid the oth
er day tb at he was thinking about
going prr0 for a while, but he
had ik a decided anything definite
Bu t Asheville Ambler Charlie,
the ,Carolina Choo Choo, turned
thumbs down. He was making
ptes for a coaching career, "and
th t. sooner the better."
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