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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1935
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
interview that 'We will set much
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By Deaclet-Tar Baby Preliminary
McGuire Says Law Of Averages Just Caught Up
With Varsity During Past Three Defeats
Coach Frank McGuire's Tart
Heels, who have lost three con
secutive games, will seek to pull
out of their slump tonight when
they invade Baptist Hollow to
take on the Wake Forest Demon
The game, to be preceeded by
a freshman preliminary between
the Tar Babies and Deaclets, will'
get under way at 8:15 o'clock.
Despite Carolina's loss of three
straight, Coach McGuire feels
that the team has snapped out of
its lethargic mood and is ready
once again to play ball compar
able to the days before Christmas.
Then the Tar Heels were red hot.
McGuire bases this opnion on
his team's showing Saturday night
against Maryland when Carolina
battled the Terrapins down to the
wire before dropping a 63-61 de
cision. With 30 seconds to go, the
team led Maryland by one point.
"I think that the law of aver
ages just caught up with us for
a while," McGuire said after the
Maryland defeat. "Wake Forest
will-be tough, especially on their
home court (Gore Gymnasium).
It wiH be a dog-fight, but I think
we will do okay."
THE. TAR HEELS beat the
Deacons in Gore Gym last sea
son, and won another from Wake;
Forest in Chapel Hill last month
by a 95-78 count. j
At the time of the most recent ;
game between the two foes, it was
said mat Carolina was not a run
ning team, but the Tar Heels a-
bandoned their possession play
uuu yidtutaiij ian me ucacs on ;
the court. . I
The starting line-ups for the
two teams tonight will be un-1
changed. Wake Forest will open!
with Dickie Hemric, Jackie Mur-
dock, Lefty Davis, Maurice Geor- J
ge and Ernie Wiggins. Carolina,
will start Len Rosenbluth, Jerry
Vayda, Bob Young, Al Lifson and
RALEIGH, Feb. 15 UP Scoring
three pins, North Carolina State's
wrestling team posted its fifth At
lantic Coast Conference win
against , one loss by defeating
North Carolina today, 26-7. It was
the fifth consecutive time State
has beaten the Tar Heels.
It was the sixth consecutive de
feat for Coach Sam Barnes' win
less crew this year.
123-pound class: Lutz (NCS)
pinned Gray in 1:05 of first pe
riod., 130-pound: Clawson (NCS) pin
ned Wagoner in :59.0 of second
137-pound: Cowan (UNO pin
ned Hershey in 2:43 of third pe
147-pound: Tomlin (NCS) deci
sioned McGehee, 10-7.
157-pound: Kaplin (NCS) deci
sioned" A. Gregory, 9-2.
167-pound: Nardone (NCS) and
Barwick battled to draw.
177-pound: Henery (NCS) deci
sioned M. Gregory, 12-2.
Heavyweight Riden (NCS) pin
ned Dalehite 2:15 of first period.
ACC Team Stax
TEAM OFFENSE G. Pts. Avg.
Virginia 21 1906 90.8
N. C. State 25 2257 90.3
Wake Forest - 20 1747 87.4
Duke - 20 1705 85.2
So. Carolina 22 1653 75.1
No. Carolina .'17 1278 75.1
Clemson .. .. 16 1143 71.4
Maryland . 19 1252 65.8
TEAM DEFENSE G. Pts. Avg.
Maryland . 19 1149 60.4
Duke - - 20 1403 70.0
No. Carolina 17 1250 73.5
N. C. State 25 1956 78.2
So. Carolina 22 1736 78.9
Wake Forest 20 1580 79.0
Virginia 21 1791 85.3
Clemson . 16 1469 91.5
State Tops Duke
RALEIGH, N. C, Feb. 15. UP)
Bob Seitz, 260-pound reserve cen
ter, supplied the scoring punch in
the closing minutes tonight as sev
enth ranked North Carolina State
rallied to defeat Duke 84-78 in an
Atlantic Coast Conference basket
To Be Preceded!
DICK HEMRIC '
The Carolina fencing team
will tangle with swordsmen
from State College, and the
Augusta Military Academy in a
three-way meet to be held in
Woollen Gym Saturday.
This will be Carolina's first
contest of the year. The Tar
Heel fencers have been holding
daily practice sessions in prep
aration for Saturday's meet.
Both State and Augusta have
strong squads and should give
the Tar Heels a rough opening
The first meet is slated for 1
o'clock and .will pit Stafe against
Augusta. Carolina will then bat
tle State at 3:30. The nightcap
will begin at 7 o'clock when the
Tar Heels take on Augusta.
Swedish Gym Troupe
Appear Here March 2
The Swedish National gymnastic
teams will appear here in Wool
len Gym Wednesday night, March
This year the troupe includes
the Swedish women who won a
gold medal in the 1S52 Olympics.
Miss Ann-Sofi Pettersscn, rated
Sweden's best, is leader of tho
women's team and holder of two
12 a day on this exciting
in the Gulf of Mexico
Here's where the college crowd will 4
gather during the Easter vacation :
miles of white beach, moonlight riant- ;
irg, free goff, water skiing and, tbh
year, the FIRST ANNUAL INTERCOUECI- ;
ATE TARPON TOURNEY for colfeg men '
and women. Famed Boca Grande Pas
is alive with fighting tarpon, ember -ack,
blua fish and some 30 other
species. For evening relaxation there's "
the elegant Tarpon Room, inefoormov- '
ies, dance contests and college sang '
tests. You'll be treated like a lycwiT
for $12.00 a day, including breakfast
'til noon... and dinner.
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Spring football practice, ori
ginally slated to begin tomorrow,
has been postponed until Monday,
with the first session scheduled
at 4 o'clock.
Equipment for the workouts,
which will continue until the an
nual Blue-White game March 19,
will be issued on that date.
For the main, the sessions will
be devoted to fundamentals
tackling, blocking and defense.
Pass defense will receive a large
part of the attention devoted to
defense, as eight of the 10 teams
on the Carolina schedule next
year use the T or Split-T type
offense. The two which do not are
Tennessee, which employs a sin
gle wing with an unbalanced line,
and North Carolina State, which
uses a multiple type offense.
Coach George Barclay said,
"We've got a lot of work to do,
because of inexperience on tlvs
part of some of the boys, . and
this is probably the toughest sche
dule Carolina has ever played."
Barclay also stated that he
would welcome anyone who wish
ed to try out for the squad, and;
give them ample opportunity to
prove their ability during the en-'
suing workouts. i
ANYONE WHO wishes to try
out should see Coach Barclay be
tween now and Monday in Wool
Injuries, which befell some of
the freshmen players last season,
have been for the most part pro-
nounced cured and the players
ready for action. Freshman
w,iiv Timmv Tnn.c
forced to miss most of last year's
games, are ready to play. How- tmra on tne nign oar lor a wiai oi
ever, the future of Leo Russavage 13 points as the Tar Heels turned
and Nick Marcopolqus is still in- back the Georgians, 58V2-36V2.
definite. Russavage received a se-I This personable and versatile
vere charley horse in his knee athlete is a 21 -year-old senior
last season, and Marcopolous is from Winston-Salem. The effort
awaiting doctor's decision as to less ease he displays is deceptive,
whether he will be able to play., for he makes the most difficult
"We need work especially on feats seem easy. It is this same
our guards, fullbacks and quar- grace and poise that has made
terbacks," said Barclay. The end him such a consistent winner,
positions appear to be well taken LAST YEAR Hudson set a UNC
case of, with Will Frye, Darden :
Livesy, Norman Lane and Larry, Blue Devils Begin
Muschamp returning from last! . . . ...
year's squad, and freshmen Paul) Spring Grid Drills
Pulley and Buddy Payne up for a'
crack at the varsity. I
Candidates for the quarterback head coach Bill Murray as Duke
position are Doug Farmer and Len University's Orange Bowl cham
Bullock from rast year's squad, pions started off-season drills
and freshmen Buddy Sasser, Da- wjth a brisk workout here today,
vid Reid and Ron Marquette. The ( Coach Murray said ttfSf most of
size of Sasser, the 160 lb. former the work would be on fundamen-
high school all-american doesn
seem to worry Barclay, who be-
lieves that his speed will off-set
nis lack oi Dr.awn.
I ANTHONY STEEL-SHEILA SIMn
Today and Thursday
Athlete of the Week!
With 13 Points,
Scoring As UNC
I Gordon Hudson, outstanding
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Atletew the Wef k"
The Daily Tar Heel sports staff for
his performance against Georgia
play-,Tech last Saturday.
' He scored a first on the parallel
bars second on the side horse and
DURHAM, N. C, Feb. 15. iff! A
squad of 75 hopefuls reported to
t tals and tne problem of working '
the fresnmen into the varsity
In a Romance
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! all-time scoring record, garnering
106 points for the season. For the
last three years he has been the
mainstay of the Carolina team, be
ing the leading point-producer
His consistency and versatility
have caused gymnastics Coach Bill
Meade to say of him, "He is the
best gymnast I'vo ever had, and
probably one of the best natives
in the South.
Meade has high hopes for Hud
son in the Southern Intercolle
giate Gymnastics Championships
to be held at Georgia Tech next
month. The coach feels that Hud
son will be one of the" best men
competing in the meet.
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Our shop alone has sold more than
500 copies of William Meade
Prince's great story of a North
Carolina boyhood. It must be good!
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Two Redskin Players
Jump To Canada
WASHINGTON. Feb. 15. iS
Two star tackles who farmerly
played at the University of Mary
land jumped the Washington Red
skins today and signed contracts
with the Calgary club of the Ca
nadian Football League.
George Preston Marshall, the
Redskin owner, said he hadn't de
cided yet whether or not to bring
any legal action against the play
ers, Dick ' Little Mo Modzeiewski
and Bob Morgan. But he had this
to say of them:
"Both obviously have no respect
for their agreements. Evidently,
the University of Maryland has no
course in contractual relations."
Modzeiewski said in a telephone
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Gordon Hudson, who scored
13 points, capturing a first,
second and third, Saturday
afternoon when the Tar Heel
gymnasts defeated Georgia
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