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THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1D51
Poirt Pitches Tar Heels To
In Big Four
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
WAKE FOREST, April 25
Carolina's rampaging Tar Heels
blasted Wake Forest for the
Second consecutive time this af-
ternoon on the local diamond,
grabbing a 6-3 win behind the
impressive pitching of Fireballer
The win boosted Carolina into
second place in the Big Four
standings. The Tar Heels now
have a 4-3. loop record and are
only 29 percentage points behind
league-leading Duke w'hich has a
! The Baptists took an early lead
Jvvhen-Junie Floyd banged a 360--foot
home run over the leftficld
Jwall, scoring Wiley Warren ahead
Third Baseman Sleepy Senter
put the Tar Heels, back in the
.game in the third stanza when he
'belted a 330-foot round tripper
sover the leftfield wall with Mark
Carolina won the game in the
i eighth when Deacon Ace Stanley
jJohnson started weakening. Sen
der opened the inning with a
jsingle, Ben Smith popped out,
'and Tommy Stevens and Wayne
.White singled in succession to
'load the bases. Second Baseman
tStaggings then booted Bill Reeves'
'hot grounder and Senter scored,
i Joe Brookshire smashed a line
J drive off the glove of Third Base
man Doc Murphrey to score Ste
jvens before Johnson could retire
' Carolina scored two more runs
in the ninth and drove Johnson
i from the mound with nobody
out. Rip Collins came on, how
; ever, and retired the side in one
' two-three order. Carolina had de
feated the Deacs earlier in the
season by a 9-0 score.
The score by innings:
Carolina 00200002 2 6
W. Forest 02000010 03
. Jimmy Thomas, Carolina swim
ming star, will compete in the
National AAU swimming cham
pionships at Columbus, Ohio,
UNC Mural Bosses Turn Thumbs Up
On Adage Of All Work And No Play'
, : By Buddy Northart
Carolina is a great believer in
the old adage "All work and no
play makes Jack a dull boy." So
much so that one of the largest
departments on campus is dedi
cated to the task of seeing that
Carolina's Jack doesn't, become
The Intramural Department,
ably headed by Walter Rabb, has
this task of mixing work with
play, and from the looks of
things has the situation well in
hand. At present there are 27
fraternities and 25 dormitory
groups competing for campus
Any organization on campus is
invited and encouraged by the
Mural Department to enter teams
in the various events. In fact,
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Wake Forest Frosh Defeat Tar Babies, 8-1;
Deacon Eynon GetsTvo-h itter, Walks One
By Bill Peacock
A solid single to center field in
the first inning by substitute
shortstop Roland Lashley and a
hard infield smash in the ninth
by Joe Mosier were the only hits
pitcher Everett Eynon of the
Wake Forest Frosh gave up yes
terday as the Tar Babies got
whipped, 8-1, in Emerson Sta
dium. Eynon pitched an almost per
fect game, walking only one man,
hitting another, and altogether
pitched to only 30 men. At one
time he retired '20 straight . bat
hers, most of them tm strikeouts
and infield plays.
The Tar Babies got their only
run in the first inning. Eynon dis
posed lead-off batter Sonny Clif
ton on a fly to left, but Joe Mos
ier worked him for his only walk.
Bruce Holt forced Mosier and ad
vanced to second when Eynon
hit Fred Dale. Roland Lashley
brought Holt home with a ringing
single to dead center.
Carolina did not threaten after
that, while Wake Forest , treated
Tar Baby starter Don Lee Mar
bry roughly, getting seven runs
Luearella. 2b 5
Lyles. 3b .., ". 5
8 11 27 14
AB R H O
Clifton, cf 4 0 0 4 0
Mosier. lb 3 0 1 12 0
Holt. 3b 4 1 0 0 5
Dale, ss 0 0 0 0 1 0
aYelverton, 2b 2 0 0 3 2
b Lashlev. ss-2b .3 0 1 4 3
Zagnoli. c 2 0 0 1 0
cMaultsbv, c 1 0 0 2 1
Glenn, rf 3 0 0 0 0
Grooine, If 3 0 0 2 0
Marbv, p 2 0 0 0 0
dDeal. p 1 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 28 1 2 27
a-replaced Lashley at 2b in first
b-replaced Dale at ss in first,
c-replaced Zagolina at 1 in sixth,
d-relieved Marbry in sixth.
002 003 010 8 11 0
100 000 0001 2 2
Errors Yelverton. Deal. Runs-bat-ted-in
Barrett 2. Eynon 2. Armstrong
2. Hillcnbrank 2. Lashley. Two base
hits Barrett. Riddle. Triples Bar
rett. Home runs Hillenbrand. Double
plays Allie to Luearella to Ridle. Hits
eiRht in six innings off Marbry, three
in three innings off Deal. Walks one
off Marbry in five innings, one off
Eynon. Hit by pitchers Eynon (Dale).
Strikeouts eight by Eynon, one bv
Deal. Time: 1:55.
Rabb's assistants, Ed Cloyd and
Bill Kucyk, have as their only
complaint the fact that they can't
find enough teams to schedule.
Those boys are happiest when
they're up to their elbows in
The unsung heroes of the Mur
al program are the organizational
managers. These boys are respon
sible for submitting their teams'
eAtiics and for keeping the team
members informed of the sched
ule. Of course, the managers have
to devote quite a bit of their
time to arguing for postponements
and rematches. But, as Rabb has
said, "We couldn't have much of a
program without these boys."
Each quarter the managers de
count toward the campus champ
ionship at the end of the school
SWIM SUITS &
and six hits in six innings.
Reliefer John Deal was more
successful, but gave up a run and
Wake Forest got the two runs
that meant the ball game in the
second inning. Johnny Barnett
opened the inning with a single
Golfers AAeet Deacs Today
At Raleigh; Williamson Out
After returning to Southern Conference golf play with a con
vincing 21-6 victory over N. C. State Tuesday, Carolina's golfers
will hit the Big Four bigtime today wrhen they take on last year's
SC champions, Wake Forest, at the Carolina Country Club in Raleigh.
Undefeated in 11 straight matches, the Tar Heels will probably
. be slight favorites to dump the
In Big Four
Although Carolina blasted Duke
by a 14-0 count Tuesday, the Blue
Devils held onto their lead in the
Big Four baseball race with a
three-won, two-lost record.
The win over the Dukesters
pushed the Tar Heels into a tie
for second with Wake Forest with
an even 3-3 record. The Deacons
and the Tar Heels fought it out
yesterday at Raleigh for sole pos
session of. second place. Yester
day's game is not figured in the
N. C. State, which has dumped
Carolina twice while bowing a
lone time, is on the bottom of the
race with a 3-4 record.
Yesterdays game between
Carolina and Wake Forest was
the .last Big Four game of the
week but the Tar Heels and Duke
will meet in their third game of
the season here Monday after
noon. The record now stands
even, with both teams winning
one and losing one.
The Big Four standings:
N. C. State
year. Aside from the three-point
system activities each quarter,
there are several other sports of
fered. An important part of Mural ac
tivities is the faculty program.
Each quarter several events are
planned for the faculty, such as
the Faculty Golf Tournament
which is now in progress.
A phase of the Mural program
that has proved very suc-cessful
since its inception this year is thn
Co-Rec night. Co-Rec night, spon
sored jointly by the Intramural
Department and the Women's
Athletic Association, is held each
quarter to give women and men
students an opportunity to par
ticipate together in various or
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and moved to second when Mar
by committed a balk. Buster Bar
rett then lofted a high ball to'
center which Sunny Clifton mis
judged, allowing it to go for a
double, ; scoring Barnett. Pitcher
Eynon drove in the winning run
with a single to left.
pivoting Deacons. With only
two returnees from last year's top
team, the Deacs are lacking the
depth that they usually have.
Carolina's chances took a dip
yesterday, however, when it was
learned that Bill Williamson will
be out the rest of the season with
a broken arm. Williamson had
played in every match thus far
and had been counted on heavily
for the matches against . Wake
Forest and Duke.
Coach Chuck Erickson will
probably put Jimmy Feree in
Williamsbn's place with the rest
of the team remaining the same.
Rod McKnight, who carded a one-
under par 71 in pacing the win
over State, Frank Brooks, Bob
Black, Frank Eckert, Lew Brownj
and Feree will go against the
The Deacons lost only number
three man Sonny Harris from last
year's championship team by
graduation but only two veterans
will be in the lineup today. Dick
Tiddy and Frank Edens, who
played out of the fourth and fifth
spots last year, will be leading
the Baptists out of the first two
some. The Deacs were hurt when the
armed forces claimed " former
Southern Confernece champ Ar
nold Palmer and sixth man Mick
ey Gallagher. Then a tragic auto
mobile accident last fall cost the
life of Bud Worsham, brother of
pro Lew Worsham and the team's
Clyde Randolph, sixth man on
the 1949 Wake Forest team and a
reservist last year, will be back,
however, along with reservist Jim
Flick and three promising sopho
4:00 Field 1-Old West vs. B Dorm 2;
2-Mnngum vs. Steele: 3-SAE 2 vs. ATO
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Sig Nu 2.
5:0(i Field 1-BVP vs. A Dorm 2; 2
Med Sell 1 vs. Avcoi-k; 3-Weslcv Rock
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Ct. 5-Beta 1 vs. Pi Lamb Phi.
7:lo SAE vs. Sig Nu 2; Pi Lamb 3
vs. Phi Kap Si 3.
7:50 Beta 2 vs. Sig Chi 3: Zeta Psi
3 vs. Kap Psi.
8:30 Phi Kap Sir 2 vs. ATO 3; Chi
Psi 3 vs. Phi Gam 2.
Players are reminded that they must
be dressed and ready to begin at the
7:15 Beta vs. DKE; Aycock vs.
8:15 KA vs. Pi Lamb;' Lamb Chi vs.
Keep Your Clothes Like NEW
By Zane Robbins
Little Phil Burkhalter, a senior
from Charlotte was voted. Daily
Tar. Heel Athlete of the Week
yesterday in the 10th staff poll.
Burkhalter achieved the pin
nadle of his athletic succss last
Lweek when he. outran Maryland's
Tyson Creamer, the Southern
Conference two-mile champion,
in helping: Carolina to a narrow
G7Va to 63 victory over the
strong Terp outfit.
Burkhalter received a total of
19 points in the 'voting to edge
Tennis Ace Bob Luxenberg. Base
baller Dick Wiess was a close
third with 16 points, and Tenriis
man John Agar won honorable
mention. Burkhalter copped three
first place votes, Luxenberg two,
and Wiess took. one.
Burkhalter, a 5 ft. 8 inch ball
of speed, went out for track for
the first time in his collegiate
career, this year and has made
Coach Dale Ranson mighty hap
py with his running. The little
fellow has tremendous endur
ance and all the fighting spirit
that he needs to carry him
Since reporting for track, he
has become the top Tar Heel two
miler and has lost only one race.
That came in the Southern Con
ference Indoor Games when
N. C. State's speedy Clyde Gar
rison edged the Tar Heel by a
Luxenberg was honored for his
fine play in last week's all-important
match against Duke's
strong Blue Devils. Had the Tar
Heels lost that match they would
likely have lost the conference
dual match championship and if
Luxenberg had lost his match,
the Carolinians would have been
As it was, however, the tall
black-haired ace played one of
the finest games of his career in
defeating Hal Lipton after losing
the first set. He then teamed with
Ager to take another important
point in doubles play.
Wiess was cited for his long-ball
hitting for the Tar Heel base
ball team and his fine defensive
r, Lambeth Are Lost To
Tennis Coach John Kenfield
announced yesterday that two of
his top men, Buddy Ager and
Charlie Lambeth, will be lost for
the important nine-day Northern
tour which begins Friday. Ager
and Lambeth will play in the Vir
ginia match Saturday, but will
have to return afterward because
of pressing studies.
Del Sylvia, Bob Luxenberg,
Heath Alexander, Bill Izlar, Har
ry Booker, Buch Buchanan, and
Charlie Duval will make the en
tire trip. Duval won his berth
yesterday by beating Paul Keen
an in a challenge match.
across from Post Office
Tar Heel Lacrosse Team Wins First;
Hands Duke Outfit Narrow 2-1 Defeat
An improved but listless Car
olina lacrosse team defeated
Duke's second-string squad, 2-1,
yesterday afternoon on Navy
The Blue Devils, playing with
out their first 12 stickmen, got
behind in the first few minutes
in the second quarter and were
never able to overtake the sur
prising Tar Heel team.
Sophomore Walt Ernst dodged
and weaved toward the goal in
the opening minutes of the sec
ond stanza and fired the ball past
the visitors' goalie to put the
locals ahead, 1-0.
The Tar Heels put on their best
display in the first half by con
trolling the ball with consider
able ease. In the second half,
Duke all but played the Tar Heels
off their feet. Goalie Nick Sowell
saved the game numerous times
during the afternoon by making
spectacular saves. '
Carolina's second score which
clinched the contest for the local
squad came in the third period.
Ernst " scooped up the ball near
the sidelines and passed, to Art
Greenbaum who tallied to make
the score 2-0. .
Duke got their biggest break in
the fourth quarter and capitalized
to score its only marker of the
afternoon. Several attempts at
the Tar Heel goal in the final
canto failed as Sowell put the
skids on the Blue Devils' attack.
The win boosted Carolina's
stock considerably. Coach Alan
Moore was somewhat disappoint
ed that his team didn't tally more
than two goals but felt that the
Tar Heels should explode in the
The Baltimore University la
crosse team will move in here on
Friday evening and will meet the
local stickmen on Saturday morn
ing as a preview to the Blue
White football game.
The Bees have practically set
the lacrosse world on its ears this
season. Baltimore opened their
campaign with an 18-0 win over
West Chester, 20-0 over Franklin
and, Marshall, and 19-0 over
A newcomer to Carolina's
golf card is Holy Cross University.
Nine-Day Northern Tour
The Tar Heel netters closed out
their long home stand Monday
and boast a record of 16 wins
and only two losses. Last year's
team finished their year with a
23-2 record and this year's squad
has an excellent chance of re
peating the feat.
After Saturday's match with
Virginia, Coach Kenfield takes
his squad on up to Massachusetts
for matches with Springfield,
Williams, Massachusetts 'Univer
sity, Harvard, and finally the lo
cals wind up the tour in Connec
ticut, playing Y.ale and Wesleyan.
Accompanying Coach Kenfield
and the team will be Mrs. Ken
field and Daily - Tar Heel Sports
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The Tar Heels will spend the
remaining two days setting up
Weiss' Batting Mark Drops
But He Still Holds Top Spot
Catcher Dick Weiss' batting average has dropped to .339, but
still leads the team's regulars in batting and has a thirty poinl ;v
over his closest competitor, Mark Herring.
Averages figured through the Duke game played Tuesday n,;vf.
Weiss 18 hits in 53 times at bat as compared to Herring's avcry
of .309 derived from 17 hits in 55 times at bat.
Weiss's average was around .380 -
until about a week ago, but re
cently he has not been having
quite his former success at the
plate. Nevertheless, his hitting
continues to be outstanding, both
in number of hits and in power.
Bob Henning, sophomore first
baseman, is the only other player
batting over .300 and has a .353
mark. Henning started out like
a house afire, but went hitless in
five times at bat against Duke
last Saturday and did not play
Chal Port remains Carolina's
top pitcher despite the loss he re
ceived in relief against Duke,
which gave him a record of four
wins and two losses. He is also
the hardest working pitcher with
44 2-3 innings to his credit.
Senior Bill McGinn is the only
other Tar Heel pitcher to has
won more than he has lost and
holds a 2-1 record. McGinn has
struck out 16 batters in the 26
innings he has pitched, but has
given up 21 walks.
Port, on the other hand, has
struck out 40, an average of al
most one an inning, and has given
up only seven bases on balls.
The top six batters for Caro
AB H PCT.
53 18 .33!)
55 17 .309
33 10 .303
72 21 .292
48 14 .291
62 16 .259
Coach John Kenficld's Carolina
tennis team is playing without
seven of last year's nine man
squad. They were lost by gradua
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an attack for the visiting Ual";
more crew. Coach Moore exp
his stick team to give Baltiir
j a run for their money.
To Be Led
Five of the linemen on the
White (upper classman) team
will meet the Blues (rising soph
omores) in the annual Biin'
White .spring football game hen:
Saturday were varsity starters
last year and all are lettermcn.
With Billy Hayes, Dick Bunt
ing, and Paul Rizzo departed, ;;nf.
with Bud Wallace and Dick Weiss
on the baseball squad and not out
for spring practice, the backfield
.shows an assortment of new faces.
Only Bob (Goo Goo) Gantt is a
familiar face, but the hard-running
Gantt could prove to be poi
son to the rookies.
Ernie Liberati will be at tail
back and he is a front line con
tender for the varsity tailback
post next fail although ho will be;
challenged by several newcomers,
notably Billy Williams, who will
be running for the Blues Satur
day. The old boys had to borrow
from the freshmen at blocking
back, but the position will be in
the good hands of Van Weather
spoon of Durham who has been
very impressive in spring drills.
Pete Carr is a letterman blocking
back who will be on call. Carmen
Annillo is small for the fullback
slot, but he is aggressive and has
the ability to break up a game.
It's the line which shows up ex
ceptionally well for' the Whites.
Captain Joe Dudeck will be at
right guard and the new men an
likely to feel his presence all af
ternoon. The Whites have Hie
squid's outstanding offensive
ends in Benny Walser and Bill
O'Brien, the regular center in
Andy Miketa, and two of Caro
lina's best tackles in Tom Ihg
gens and DaJton Ruff in.
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