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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1951
THE DAILY TAR-HEEL
Forty -nine soccer aspirants are
hard at work on Fetzer Field pre
paring for their opening game
Oct. 16 with a strong N, C.IState
Coach Allen Moore says that
his charges are still not in peak
condition but plans to rirn them
through rigorous calisthenics dur
ing the next two weeks. Assisting
Moore is Ted Bondi, All-America
goalie at Brockportl State Teach
ers College in New York who is
now a fellowship student in phy
sical education here. ...
Harold Falls, Jim Bunting, and
Harry Pawlik, members of last
year's frosh "squad,, are all show
ing up well. Other promising play
ers are Renny Randolph, a soph
omore; Mike Galifianakis, a pros
pect discovered in a phys. ed.
class; and Bill Barawner and Don
Gladstone, both freshmen.
Moore 'appraises the team .this j
way, "Since .most of the starters!
will be juniors and seniors, : the J
club should better last season's '
Foy And Sawyer
Elected Ca pf a i ns :
The soccer learn Wednesday
elected Inside Right Eddie Foy
and Inside Left Bud Sawyer
co-captains for the 1950 .season.
, Foy, from Upper Darby, Pa.,
has been a member of the team
for the past three years and
succeeds Bill Rose, who is now
enrolled ai Harvard. Foy is a
former All-Surburban Philadel
Foy and Sawyer axe the top
returnees to the soccer team
this y tar.' The team opens its
season here on Oct. 16 against
N. C. State.
... -. " - V . - . ' - - -Swimming
Coach Dick Jamer
son asked yesterday that all mem
bers of last year's varsity and
freshman teams report to him
Monday at 4 p.m., at the pool.
The , Tar Heels, Southern Con
ference champions last year, will
be under the direction of Jamer-
s on and Ralph " Casey.
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The deadline for entries in the
woman's tennis tournament is to-!
day, Gwen Gore, WAA . tennis i
manager announced today. No en- !
tries will be. accepted after today, j
Entries must be written on '
standard mural entry blanks, and
must be turned in to Mrs. Camp- !
bell's ' " J
When the University of South
Carolina football team rolls into
Kenan Stadium here October 13
to meet Coach Carl Snavely's
Carolina team, Steve Wadiak of
the Gamecocks will be the lig
man to watch. He was devastat
ing tlast when he ran for 908
yards. . -'
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lb. 31c PEANUT BUTTER 35c
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Crushed Pineapple 27c
Gamsen 12-oz. jar
Strawberry Preserves. 36c
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or BAMBOO SHOOTS
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Slaley's 12-oz. bottle
WAFFLE SYRUP 20c
SAUSAGE lb. 57c
Pork Chops lb. 79c
End Cut . ' : . .
Pork Roast lb. 63c
GROU N D BEEF lb. 65c
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