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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19,1955
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
PACE f H R E f
Go For Fifth
Senior Pete McGehee, seeking
his fifth straight victory in as
many starts, will lead a sophomore-dominated
Tar Heel wrestl
ing team into action against Nor
th Carolina State in Ralfeigh to
day at 4:30.
McGehee will be put to his stif
fest test of the season when he
wrestles State's captain Don Tom
lin in what will probably be the
hardest fought match of the day.
The Wolf pack will be favored to
beat the winless Tar Heels by
virtue of having beaten both Dav
idson and Wake Forest while los
ing only to a strong Virginia
However, UNC coach Sam Barn
es expressed some optimism and
hope of an upset. As he pointed
out, "For the past three years we
were favored and they beat us;
this year; they're favored so may
be we can turn the tables on
Hugh Barwick, who missed the
Citadel m'eet. because of a should
er injury, will return to the line
up at the. 167 lb. class, and Char
lie Boyette will drop down to the
157 lb. lass replacing Arthur
'Gregory. Other than these chan
ges, the Carolina lineup will be
'the same as it was for last week's
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Storting Quint In Whole Game;
Team Still First In Conference
Wolfpack's Shavlik Tallies 32 Points; Rosie
Scores 22; Tack Tumbles To Fourth In ACC
, By BEkNIE WEISS
DTH Sports Editor
North Carolina's Tar Heels retained their Atlantic
Coast Conference lead, stretched their winning streak to five
games, and snapped a six-loss skein to N: C. State last night
as they defeated the Wolf pack in the Reynolds Coliseum ifi
Carolina's starting five played the whole game without
Immediately after the upset the
team lifted Coach Frank McGuire
to its collective shoulders and the
beaming menfor cut down both
meshes from the hbops. It was only
McGuire's second, victory over
State, and. it was ' only Carolina's
second win over their Raleigh cou
sins since Everett Case took over
the coaching reins there in 1947.
It was the first time State had
lost at the Coliseum in 15 games.
Len Rosenbluth led the Craofina
scoring with a total of 22 points.
Al L if son and Jerry Vayda tallied
19 each. Tony Radovich poured in
16 and Bob Young scored eight.
State's Ronnie Shavlik, however,
took high-point honors Tor the
night when te hung up 32. Vic
Mo I ode t, who sparked a second
half State rally which almost prov
ed the Tar Heels' undoing, scored
State had the lead in the game
cnly 35 seconds. After the opening
minutes, when the game was tied
up two times, State went ahead
6-4. But 35 seconds later Len Ros
enbluth tied it up again. Two more
shots from outside by Rosenbluth
and the Tar Heels went out front
once more, never to be headed.
Rosenbluth tallied 10 of UNc's
first 16 points.
After this Carolina slowly kept
edging out front. With eight min
utes left in the half the Tar Heels
led, 24-16. Vayda and L if son found
the range often enough to stretch
the lead still further and at inter
mission it was 46-30. Just prior to
half-time the winners led by 20
State, which had started the
game playing a collapsing zone,
had switched to a full-court press
toward the end of the half but it
was to no avail.
The Wolfpack continued to press
in the second half, and it began to
pay off, though not fast enough.
State Coach Everett Case saw his
men whittle down the lead but he
also saw the clock running out,
and the clock won.
The game .was a rough-and-tumble
affair all the way. Climbing on
backs, elbowing and pushing was
not uncommon. Referee Arnold
Heft claimed it was one of the
toughest games he has ever work
ed. The loss dropped State, second
ranked team in the nation, to
fourth position in the conference.
Carolina now is asured of the leag-
ue lead for at least a short period, I
naving a v-i recora.
The Wolfpack, which had to ral-
t i i a. .a j a. i d, iirl. '
iy late last Saturday to beat Wake
Forest, showed none of the polish
it possesses during the first half.
The team shot for only 234 per
cent from the floor, while Carolina
was shooting 54.6.
G F P T
Vayda, f 7 5 4 19
Rosenbluth, f 7 8 4 22
Young, c 4 0 4 8
Lifson, g 5 9 1 19
Radovich, g 6 4 2 16
Totals y29 26 15 84
N. C. STATE
Halftime score: North ; Carolina
46, N. C. State 30.
Free throws missed: North Car-
Young 2, Vayda 5, Radovich 1. N.
olina Rosenbluth 7, Lifson 2, J
C. State Shavlik 2, Pond 2, Ma-,
G F P T I
0 0 2 0 II
State Takes Conference
Edge By Handing UNC
Dolphins Defeat, 49-35
RALEIGH, Jan. 19 JP) North
Carolina State's undefeated
swimming team took a big
stride towards retaining the
Atlantic Coast Conference title
yesterday by handing North
Carolina its first loss of the
The win was State's fourth
in a row. North Carolina has a
4-1 season record. It marked
the third consecutive time the
Wolfpack has beaten the Tar
300-yard medley relay: Won
by North Carolina (Meeker,
Drake, Holmes). 3:02.9.
220-yard freestyle: 1, Rup
penthal (NCS). 2, Heeman
UNC). 3, Shannon (UNC).
50-yard freestyle: 1, Mcln
tyre (NCS). 2, Sonner (NCS). 3,
Dannenbaum (UNC). :23.6.
150-yard individual medley:
1, Krepp (UNC). 2, MaMson,
(NCS). 3, Drake (UNC). 1:32.3.
1 -meter diving: 1, McGinnis
(UNC). 2, Hussey (UNC). 3,
100-yard freestyre: 1, Mem
tyre (NCS). 2, Sonner (NCS). 3,
Baker (UNC). :53.5.
200-yard backstroke: 1,
Krepp (UNC). 2, Dunlao (NCS).
3, Merchel (NCS). 2:15.7.
200-yard breaststrolce: 1,
Mattson (NCS). 2, Heeman
(UNC). 3, Drake (UNC). 2:37.5j
440-yard freestyle: 1, Rup
penthal (NCS). 2, Lynes (NCS).
3, Higgins (UNC). 5:18.8.
400-yard freestyle relay:
Won by N. C. State (Sonner.
Ruppenthal, Mclnyre, Matt
Purdue-Notre Dame Grid
Series To Run Until 1958
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 17 'JP)
The Purdue-Notre Dame foot
ball series that started in 1946 is
to be continued through 1958.
Guy Mackey, Purdue athletic di
rector, announced today the two
universities have signed another
two-year contract to extend the
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The contract calls for Notre
Dame to aonear here in the home
opener on Sept. 28, 1957, with a
return game at ioutn ueni uci.
Games are already scheduled be
tween the two teams in 1955 and
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Athlete Of The Week!
Al Lifson s Consistency Propelled
Carolina Five To Conference Lead
Al Lifson, the backcourt ace of
the Carolina basketball team, has
been selected as "Athlete of the
7eek" by The Daily Tar-Heel
Last week Lifson spread 46
; points over three Atlantic Coast
' Conference games, two of which
Twere on the road, and provided
! the leadership and steadiness re
quired for Carolina to sweep all
three games and grab the confer
While the entire team deserves
the highest praise, Lifson drew
the sportswriters' nod because of
his ability to take charge at just
the right moment with a timely
pass or score.
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CHICAGO, Jan. 18 UlV-ugar
Ray Robinson, the erstwhile song
and dance man, tries to step up
the tempo of his ring comback
tomorrow night against crowding
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"free lance offensive." In his four
years, Al has scored close to 1300
points which makes him the high
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Frosh, Behind Kearns' 26 Points,
i Down Wolflets
Quigg, In Last Game, Racks Up 18 Tallies;
Win Is 12th In 13 Contests For Tar Babies
By RAY LINKER
Carolina's freshmen basketball
ers jumped into a quick lead and
'fn on to defeat the N. C. State
Wolflets, 80-70, in the preliminary
u tie exciting Tar Heel victory
in the varsity scrap in Reynolds
coliseum last night.-
The tar Babies opened fast and
built up a 12-point lead by the
middle of the first half on the
point-production performances of
Tom Kearns, Pete Brennan, and
Joe Quigg. Kearns ended the half
with 17 tallies, and went on to
amass a total of 26 markers on 12
field goals and two free throws to
become high scorer for the game.
Center Joe Quigg made 10 of 11
free throws and tossed in four
field goals to garner 18 points in
his last freshman performance.'
He is in his second semester, in
the University, and will retire for
a semester from the basketball
scene before joining the varsity
squad in order to play three full
seasons with them.
Brennan aided the Carolina
cause with 17 points while Bob
Cunningham and Charlie Adams
collected 11 and eight, respectively-
The Wolflets were trailing by
twelve with eight minutes remain
ing in the first half, but managed
to cut the lead to 42-34, a six
point spread, by intermission.
They came back after the rest
period and with a goal by George
Stephanovich and two free throws
by Bucky Walker brought the lead
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In Prelim, 80-70
-down to two. Walker pumped in
"a jump shot to tie the game at
46-all. The Wolflets went ahead
a few minutes later by one point.
BOB and MONK
Whose steady, consistent
play, and performances last
week against Virginia, South
Carolina and Clemson, earned
him the award. Al is co-captain
of the Tar Heel five.
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