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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951
'lllii DAIKX TAR HEEL
Harrier Capi. iaordon Hamrick
Voted DTH Athlete Of Week
by Alva Stewart
Cross-country team captain
Gordon,, Hamrick, who three
years ago had never set foot on
a track, is the 19th Daily Tar
Heel Athlete of the Week.
Hamrick, who came here from
. Shelby in 194 witn no previous
track experience, is now rank
ed as one of the most capable
distance men in the Southern
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of his best performances of the
year Monday when he placed
fourth in the Big Five meet at
Hamrick received four out of.
a possible five first-place votes
to easily top second-place Jerry
Russell, center forward on the
soccer team, football's Back
Bud Wallace, and Guard Will'
The speedy senior has shown
steady improvement since go
ing out for cross-country his
freshman year, placing seventh
in the conference meet his
sophomore year and fourth in
the same meet last year.
Hamrick was troubled by
colds and sore throats for the
first few weeks of this season
and took a "back seat" to team-
mate Bob Barden, but he seems
to have "hit his stride" during
the last three weeks and should
be a real threat to State's Clyde.
Garrison and Joe Shockley in
the conference meet next Mon
day. Hamrick is a versatile ath-
4:20 Field 1 Med School No. 3 vs
Winner (Lewis vs Law School)
Semi-finals in Dorm division.
4:00 Court 1 Beta No. 2 vs Kap
JBig; 2 PiKA No. 2 vs SAE No. 3.
5:00 Sig Chi No. 2 vs Pi Kap Phi.
130 lb. 4:00 Watkins (Zeta Psi) vs
Keys (Sig Chi); 157 lb. 4:06 McLen
don (Beta) vs Capel (Phi Kap Sig)
and 4:12 Hanes (SAE) vs Bell (Sig
Chi); 167 lb. 4:18 Wallace (ATO) .-vs
Mcwhinney (Sig Chi); 137 lb. 4:24
Bell (Lamb Chi) vs MacRae (DKE);
123 lb. 4:30 Teer (Phi Delt) vs Foun
tain (Sig Chi); 130 lb. 4:36 Kendrick
(Lamb Chi) vs Noble (Kap Sig) and
4:42 McCleneghan (SAE) vs Rankin
(Beta); 147 lb. 4:48 Haywood tSAE)
vs Neill (Kap Si nd 4:54 Gregory
(Zeta Psi) vs Wilkes (Lamb Chi); 157
lb. 5:00 Lore (Sig Nu) vs Porter
177 lb. 5:06 Maddox (Kap Sig) vs
Trimble (Phi Delt) ; 157 lb. 5:12
Madre (Phi Gam) vs Connor (Chi
Phi); 167 lb. 5:18 Cox (Phi Gam) vs
Spaugh (Beta); 177 lb. 5:24 Warner
fPiKA) vs Hill (Chi Psi); 147 lb. 5:30
PMsbury (DKE) vs Price (Chi Psi)
id 5:38 Riley (Sig Chi) v& Robinson
(.Phi Gam); 157 lb, 5:54 Beaman
fPiKA) vs Hurley (Zeta Psi).
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lete, having -ran in all track
events from the 440 dash to the
two mile run. This is his last
year of eligibility in cross-country,
but you can bt he'll be an
eager follower of the Tar Heels
Russell scored a. goal in the
last 30 -seconds of an overtime
period to beat Washington' and
Lee, 5-4, last Friday. The jfresh
man star has been one of the
top scoring threats this year.
Bud Wallace's punting has
been one of the bright spots of
another drab season for the
Carolina team. Against Tennes
see he kicked nine times for an
average of 41.6 yards per kick.
Alexander, a 165-pound fresh
man, was one of the standouts
in the Carolina defensive line
before being yanked at the end
of the first half.
ADPi plays'. Chi O tonight at
7:15 in Woollen Gym in the semi
finals of the Women's volleyball
tournament and will play Mclver
Dorm for trie championship
Tuesday night. All three teams
have won all of their games in
the modified round robin tourney.
Entries for the hockey "tourna
ment are due Friday, Nov. 8.
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Blockingback George - Foti,
whose play against , Tennessee
was encouraging Saturday, and
Fullback John Gaylord joined
Billy Williams, and Bill Kuhn on
the list of football players re
stricted to light equipment in
All but Kuhn should be ready
for play against Virginia, but the
defensive tackle remains on the
doubtful list. ;
The ITar Heels continued to
work on fundamentals yesterday
as they prepared for the Cavaliers,
winners of five games while losing
only one this. year. Blocking and
tackling have been, a problem to
Carolina in the past games.
The Woollen Gym ticket
office has only 50 tickles left
for the Carolina Virginia
game in Charlottesville Satur
day. About 1500 tickets have
been sold so far.
Virginia officials expect a
near-capacity crowd for the
game, but think that students
from here who go up for the
game without a ticket can buy
one there. Virginia's Scott Sta
dium holds 30,000.
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