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SATURDAY, APRIL 6r 1737
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Trackmen Entertain Wake Forest
In First Spring Conference Test
By DAVE WIBLE
Carolina's varsity track team will
meet the Deacon trackmen of Wake
Forest this afternoon at 3:00 on
Today's meet will be the confer
ence opener for the Tar Heels.
Last weekend Coach Dale Ranson's
charges made the long trip to Flo- j seen wearing the blue and white
rida to participate in the Florida 1 with Beatty in the 2-mile contest.
Relays and open the 1957 season. Bishop took second behind Beatty
The Tar Heels will be heavily j in the Florida Relays,
favored this afternoon. Wake For-1 Tar Heels in the 440 with Scur
eL is usually not very strong and 1 lock will be Dick MacFaddin and
this year's moving of the college
from Wake Forest to Winston-Salem
did not help matters any. The
Deacon tracksters found that their
beautiful new campus did not have
Jm Beatty and Dave Scurlock
will be the workhorses for the Tar
Heels- this afternoon. Beatty, will!
Title In AAU
DAYTON A BEACH, Fla. (AP)
Albert Wiggins beat back the
challenge of young Timothy Jecko
tonight and retained his 100-yard
butterfly title in the national
AAU men's indoor swimming and
It was the second title in the
meet for Wiggins, an Ohio- State
University senior from Pitts
burgh, Pa., who is competing un
der the banner' of the Swim Club
of Cincinnati. He won the 100
yard freestyle Thursday.
Through the first of the four
laps, the contestants were bunch
ed. Then Wiggins pulled in front
and won by a good margin. His
time was 55 seconds flat to 55.9
for Jecko, a Yale University soph
omore competing for New Haven,
Conn., Swim Club.
Phil Drake of the University of
Florida was third, Frank Brunell
of Vesper Swim club in Philadel
phia fourth, Jack Nelson of North
Carolina Athletic Club fifth and
Don Cherry o fCincinnati sixth.
Charlie Krepp, a University of
North Carolina senior from Balti
more, won the 100-yard backstroke
title. Wiggins, last year's winner,
passed up this event to concen
trate on the butterfly.
Frank McKinney, 18-year-old In
dianapolis Cathedral High School
pupil, caught Krepp at the 75-yard
mark but Krepp had the better
finishing kick and pulled away to
win' in 57.8 seconds. McKinney's
time was 53.4.
Krepp represents the North Caro
lina Athletic Club and McKinney
the Indianapolis Athletic Club. '
Bill Sonner of North Carolina
Athletic Club wau third, Bill Clin- i
ton of New Haven Swim Club
Athletic Club fifth and
ey of New Haven Swim
liim Loioey ot iew iiavcn swim
Club sixth. I
Pick Hanley of the University oi
Jim Beatty and Dave Scurlock
Pictured above are Jim Beatty and Dave Scurlock -who will lead
the Carolina track team against' Wake Forest here this afternoon.
This is the first ACC spring meet for Carolina.
run in two gruelling events, the
mile and the 2-mile. Scurlock will
put his talents to use on three oc
casions, the 440, the 880, and he
will anchor the mile relay team.
Running with Beatty in the mile
will be Perrin Henderson and John
Reaves. Wayne Bishop, Everett
; Whatley and Alex Coffin will be
John Sylvester. Ben Williams and
Howard Kahn will go with him in
the 880. In the Mile relay Scur
lock will rely on Williams, Slyves
ter, and MacFaddin to carry the
baton the first three quarters of
Jim Varnum, Jim 4-Moe" ,Moss
and Emil DeCantis will do the
Frosh Baseballers In
4-2 Win Over Oberlin
By ED ROWLAND
Playing heads-up baseball be
hind pitcher Bobby Wooten, the
Carolina Tar Babie ,-lefeated Ober
lin College here yesterday after
noon, 4-2. The win was Wooten's
first decision, and the fourth vic
tory for the Tar Babies. They have
lost one, to Oberlin Thursday.
The frosh scored two runs in the
first inning on ' an error, a base
on balls by Hoecker, and a single
by Ty Clayton.
Tommy Saintsing drove a long
homer into right field on the sec
ond pitch of the second inning to
provide the winning run.
The visiting Yeomen tallied a
lone run in the third on a single,
a fielder's choice, and another sin
gle by Joe Hodg-on..Then Wooten
gave up his only base on balls, and
an erroi by shortstop Larry Craver
loaded the bases. But Wooten for
ced the next hitter to ground out
to short to end the threat.
Oberln scored its last run in the
seventh on a single, an error by
the pitcher on a chopping bunt,
and a, single by Hodgson. '
The Tar Babies scored the final
tally in the eighth when with the
bases- loaded Gerald Griffin was
hit by a pitched ball.
I Carolina hit safely in every inn-
I ing but one., but they left 13 men !
stranded. Three men were left on !
base in three innings.
Wooten spaced six Oberlin hits
'veil, and he only got in trouble
once. Four runners was all he al
lowed as far as second, and two of
them scored. The Tar Babies pulled
a double play in the first inning to
begin their support They made
only three errors on the wet field,
campared with the nine committed
, Michigan successfully defended his
' 220-yard freestyle title, leading all
His time was 2 minutes 5.1 sec-
.printing for the Tar Heels. These
three will run in both the 100 and
the 220 yard dashes.
Carolina hurdlers will be Lyn
don DeBoide, Jerry Sowers and
Bill Lyons. DeBoide and Sowers
will run the highs, and Lyons and
Sowers will run the lows.
' The running events are schedul
ed to start at 3:30 with the last
event and usually the most excit
ing the mile relay on tab for 5:00.
In the field eventsr which will
begin at 3:00, Tar Heels Kemper,
Jonej and Belich will throw the
shot, Oakley, Payne and McCalles
ter will throw the Javlin, Bryant
and Lyons will high jump, Davis
will pole vault, Brawley and Rose'
mond will broad jump, and Jones
will throw the discus.
The Freshman teams from both
schools will be competing against
each other in all of the events.
Coach Wayne White's hustling
team next plays five straight games
away from Chapel Hill before re
turning on April 23rd to face Duke.
The next two weeks will see them
traveling to N. C. State, Duke,
Campbell, ' and to Pfeifler where
they will play two games.
Score by Innings:
Oberlin 001 000 1002-6-4
UNC 210 000 Olx 4-9-3
Hoecker and Chivily; Wooten and
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The Carolina-Maryland baseball
game which was scheduled for
this afternoon at Maryland has
been rained out.
The Atlantic Coast Conference
attraction has been re-scheduled
for Monday afternoon at College
Park, Md. From there, the Tar
Heels will travel to Charlottes
ville, Va. for another conference good in matches thus far, elpbber
encounter with Virginia on Tues- ing . Cornell and Michigan State,
day afternoon and will return
home to face Virginia again Wed
nesday. The Tar Heels will be seeking
to get back into the win column
Monday alter sustaining a 12-6
defeat at the hand of North Car
olina State Wednesday. Coach
Walt Rabb sent five pitchers to
the mound to try to silence the
Wolfpack bats, but all was in
Rabb will probably go with his
ace in the hole, Jim Raugh, against
hte Terps Monday, Raugh has a ,
3-0 record, two of .which are-three-'
hitters. The first came" when '
Raugh fired a three-hitter at Mary-
land early last week in a game
that was broken up. by Roger Hon
eycutt's run-producing single in
the last of the ninth inning. j
Raugh's second fine performance
was almost duplicate oft he first,
against South Carolina. This time
it was pinch-hitter Don Hill who
broke it up with a homer in the '
UNC sports publicity depart
ment has been besieged by ad
mirers of the Tar Heel cage
champions for pictures, the re
quests coming' from, all over the
nation. And Coach Frank Mc
Guire and his . players have been
besieged with! i iiijit&tios to din
ner and parties throughout the
state by alumni groups and other
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Tar Heel Golfers FaceDeacs
In First Conference Battle ;
By JIM CROWNOVER . . In practice rounds Wednesday,
Carolina's undefeated golf .team the Tars Heefs showed, the type of
faces one of its toughejt matches j golf they are now playing with Ad
of ;th season this morning at t0:30 ems carding a red-hit 68, and Lang-
when the Tar Heels ( play host to
the Wake Forest Deacons on the!
Finley Course. .
Wake is expected to furnish the '
raain obstacle to a second straight
ACC title for Coach .Chuck Erick
The Tar Heels have looked very
and gaining a hard-fought tie with
Rollins. Rollins was the only club !
to beat last year's conference cham
pions. The Deacons, however, were
quite strong and the Tar Heel3
were pushed hard n taking two
matches from them last reason.
This afternon, the Tar Heels will
use their usual strong six of Tom
my Langley, Gene Lookabill, Buck
Adams, Sam Patrick, Walt Sum
j merville, and Tuffy Henderson.
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of wild doairal
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