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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952
THE? DA3LY-TAR HEEL
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By Bill Peacock
The Carolina basketball team,
Tiow tied for first place in the con
ference with defending, chamnion
State, goes for its sixth straight
loop victory tonight when it plays
the dangerous Wake Forest team
at 8 o'clock in Gore Gym in the'
The junior varsity, winners in
two of three games this year, will
play a preliminary game with the
Wake Forest junior varsity start
ing at 6:15 p.m. The Wake Forest
iayvees defeated Coach Earl
Ruth's team, 59-45, in an earlier
The Tar Heels will be meeting
one of the hottest players in the
conference in Deacon center
Dickie Hemric. The 6'6" freshman
from Jonesville is se nd to
- Duke's Dick Groat in scoring with
a 19.4 average, leads in field goal
percentage with a 48 percent av-'
crage, and leads in rebounds with
an average of 17 per game.
Though the Deacs have lost TtO
fof 14 games this year, they are
Ginicuit to beat on tneir nome
floor and have narrowly lost
games there to heavily-favored
Duke and State.
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There will be' ft meeting of all
persons interested in coming out
lor lacrosse this spring today at
3:45 p. m. in room 313 Woollen
Gvm. Plans for practice arid the
coming season will be formulated
in this meeting.
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Today is the last day for en
tries in the table tennis tourna
,ment. Play wiU begin Monday.
There will be manager's
meeting tonight at 7 o'clock in
Boom 304 of Woollen Gym.
4 50 Court 1 JTOOTC 2 v Winston
2; a-Rufftn 1 vs Aycock 3; 3-Zeta Psi
,H v PI Kap Ptol 2; 4 Chem Club v
B s'oS-icourt 1-Victory Village Old
v.At- 5 Sisma Nu 4 vs rm vi
Starting This Week
POGO, thai most delightful of
'possums, joins Tarheels fea
tures. We feel qualified Jo wel
come him, since he's an old
friend in our shop. Congratu
lations, Tarheel and double
congratulations, you lucky
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You'll Always FinB The Books You Wont At
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205 E ! Franklin St,
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CENTER PAUI. LIkins, a
6'9" freshman, will hook-up
with another tall man tonight
when he guards Wake Forest
star Dickie Hemrick. Likins
will have a busy night guarding
Hemrick, one of the stars , of
wnicn romped over jjuKe, do-ao,
in the season's opener Monday,
meets Virginia Tech this after-
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Coach Dick Jamerson did not
take his entire squad to meet
the Gobblers, leaving about half
of them to swim against Virginia
Military Institute here Saturday
VPI was routed, 50-34, by State
Monday. The leaders for the
Gobblers were Miller, Jones,
Smith. Valentine, and Emmons
The State team is one of the
finest in the South and outscored
Carolina's conference champions
in the Thanksgiving Meet here.
Beta 3 vs PI Kap Phi 1; 4 Winston 4
rv,i t nn SAE 3. 21: Beta 1.
6CCW Phi 3, 3; Phi KaP Sig 1. 46
Kappa Psi, I. 11; Phi Delt Chi 2 33
TEP 2. 42 Phi Delt 2, 22; Zeta Psi 1.
51-PiKA 2. 14; hi Kap Sig 2, 21
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Chi 3. 30-Beta 2, 29; mb Chi 2 24
irA i KA SAE 2. 19:
ZBT. 33 AKPsi. 17: DKE i 2. SO Zeta
Psi 4. leTsigma Nu 1, 32-Kap Sig 2, 4.
Starting last Nov.
nnr.n been a run-away
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fare, trot rignt
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UNC Gym Team Meets FSU Here I onlghf
The Carolina gymnastics team
opens its most ambitious schedule
to date when it meets ioriaa
State, the nations finest, here
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Woollen
The Seminoles of Coach Hartley
Price . are the National AAU,
National Intercollegiate, and
Southern champions. Local fans
remember them from the South
ern meet which was held here
The leaders for the Seminoles
are the Regna twins, Carmine
and Joe. The Jersey City boys
are both top- candidate for the
Olympic team and are among the
top collegiate performers. Both
are all-round stars, but Carmine
is especially good in the high
bar and parallel bars, while Joe
specializes in the side horse, flying
rings, and parallel bars.
Both Regnas are New York
City AAU champs. Joe is the 10th
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ranked gymnast and Carmine the
10th ranked nationally.
Three other top FSU performers
are Don Holder, an all-round star,
and Eddie Fernald, a junior who
is a top trampoline star, and Ben
Kinard, a rope climber.
The Tar Heels, coached by
Bill Meade, will depend largely
on Check Good in, Andy Bell,
Gerry Dorn, Charlie Hartley,
Gordon Hudson, and Captain R.S.
get your haircuts and shaves here.
Efficient courteous service
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White. The top man on the Caro
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ern trampoline champion wo
will be favored in that event.
Goodin is an all-round pear
former as is Bell, while Dora
will enter the rope climb end
high bar, Hartley the rope climb,
and Hudson the parallel bars asd
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