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Tabon Will Run Mile
With Beatty, Scurlock
By DAVE WIBLE 1
The Carolina trackmen under
the direction of Coach Dale Kan
son will be out to get their second
conference win in as many starts
this afternoon when they meet the !
Fetzer Field at' 3 p.m.
The meet will be highlighted
with a very special event. Tar ,
Heels Jim Beatty and Dave Scur- j
lock and. termer Hungarian star
Laszlo Tabori will run an AAU
sanctioned mile. The event schedul
ed for 4:15 promises to be one of
the top miles .this section of the
country has ever seen.
Jim Beatty, an Al,-American in
his sophomore and juniors years
and a cinch for honors this year,
is called by Ranson, "the best dis
tance runner in the history of
this area." ."
Beatty hair run a 4:03.8 mile in
doors and a 4:09.4 outdoors. Pri
marily a two miler, he has concern
trated on the mile this spring, de
veloped more speed, and should
be capable of lowering his time
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Scurlock, a sophomore from
Greensboro, will be running his
first competition mile today.
A middle distance man, he is
considered by Ranson the be-
such runner to enter Carolina.
When he was a freshman, he un
officially set a new school record
for the half mile. Last Saturday
afternoon, he officially tied the
school mark in the 440.
He has run a 4:23 mile in prac
tice, but Cbach Ranson feels he
can lower that time this afternoon.
When asked about the outcome,
Ranson said, "These three fine
runners are all capable of running
well under 4:10."
Tabori 'is the most experienced
of the three. , He has set many
European and Hungarian records
and he was the third man to run
the mile under four minutes. He
was fourth in the Olympic 1500
meters. His best U.S. mile", is a
4:07 indoor run at the Knights of
Columbus meet in New York. He
and his coach, Mihaly Igloi have
been working with Carolina run
ners this spring.
National Loop To Have 3-Way
Race This Year, Says Expert
By JACK HAND
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (AD
AH signs point to another terrific
pennant scramble in the National
League among Milwaukee, Brook
lyn and Cincinnati with the Braves
the choice here to outlast the
I.xlgers on their fine pitching.
Many think Milwaukee has de
veloped a "second place complex"
after three of the last four years
in the runner-up spot. It is general
ly accepted the Braves should
have won last year but "blew it."
The thinking in this corner is
that Manager Fred Ilaney who has
been goading the Braves through
gruelling practice sessions in
Florida, will have them ready to
make a fast break for the first
The Braves were the only club
to take the season series from the
Dodgers last year, 12-10, although
Cincinnati broke even with Brook
lyn. It does not seem likely that
Milwaukee will have as much
trouble with this year's Phillies as
they did a year ago.
The age of Brooklyn's regulars
and the absence of Jackie Robin
son are the factors that dropped
them down a peg in this rating.
At this moment, it is no certainty
i that Roy Campanella has regained
I his old batting power after the op
Si me Receives Award
i COLUMBIA (A?) TUe
j outstanding man and woman ama-
teur athletes of the Carolinas were
honored at a banquet last night.
The occasion was presentation
of the Teague Awards to Dave
Sime of Duke University and Lee
Skidmore, teenage Columbia
Sime is Duke's dash star. He
was here yesterday to play with
the Duke baseball team against
the University of South Carolina.
Miss Skidmore, now in a girls'
school in Florida, flew home for
The 15-year-old daughter of Earl
Skidmore, Columbia city parks re
creation specialist in charge of
swimming, already is training for
a chance at the 1960 Olympics
Sime missed the 1956 Olympics
when he pulled a muscle painfully
in early tryouts.
He holds the world mark for
the 220 yard dash of 20.0 seconds,
Frosh Lose, 3-0
The Carolina Frosh baseball
team played only 4'j innings of
.a scheduled regulation game
with the North Carolina State
Wolflets and dropped a 3-0 de
cision in Raleigh yesterday.
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PETE THE TAILOR
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eration on his hand. Pee Wee
Reese may need more rest than he
did last year and Carl Furillo is
in -the 35-year-old bracket.
Cincinnati has the same power
packed lineup, plus an added
starting pitcher in Warren Hack
er. However the Redlegs still are
a-hy on top .flight pitching and still
are a bit concerned about the phys
ical condition of Frank Robinson,
the Rookie of the Year of 1956
who has a sore arm, and Ted
Kluszewski, who haa been slow
St. Louis has added punch in Del
Ennis but is thin in bench
strength. If Vinegar Bend Mizell
hits his stride and Sam Jones can
win regularly, the pitching should
Philadelphia has real good pitch
ing but little else while Pittsburgh,
the surpise of last spring, has a
good first line ball club with only
two dependable starting pitchers,
Bob Friend and R'onnie Kline.
Both the Chicago Cubs and the
hard-hit New York Giants appear
to be outdistanced in this other
wise well-balanced field. If Andre
Rodgers, the rookie shortstop,
stands up, the. Giants might. ,tlo!
better than "expected. The Cubs
are in the midst of a major re
and has run the 100 yard dash in
The two were selected in a poll
of sportswriters of the Carolinas.
The banquet was sponsored by
the Columbia Lions Club with Doe
Phillips, football great of Erskine
College 40 years ago, heading the
program of spsakers.
The annual awards are in mem
ory of Judge Lewis Teague of
High Point, N. C, longtime AAU
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Teams Hit Rain
The Tar Heel baseball squad,
rained out of their scheduled
game with the Maryland Terps
on Saturday, met the same fate
in College Park, Md., yesterday
and the game was cancelled1
The Carolina tennis team
journeyed to Winston-Salem for
a match against the Deamon
Deacons of Wake Forest, but
met the same conditions as the
baseballers and the match was
Softball: (4:00) KA vs Phi Gam
(W); Lewis vs Alpha Chi Sig: Man- j
gum vs. Monogram Club; Kap Sig
vs. Pi Lamb; Phi Delt vs. Beta; !
(5:00) Med Sch-1 vs Joyner-1; Ruf
fin vs. Phi Delt Chi; Winston vs.
Dent Sch-1; Graham vs. Old East;
Delt Sig vs DU.
Tennis: (4:00) Joyner vs. B-V-P;
(5:00) Law Sch-1 vs Oobb; ,'
Horseshoes: (7:00) Sig Nu vs.
DKE; SAE (W) vs. Winner (Beta
vs DKE) (W); (7:40) Law Sch vs.
Milton's Spring Sweepstakes
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Snead Would I alee
Ford In Short Game
By MERCER. BAILEY
AUGUSTA. Ga., (AP) Doug
Ford, who just added the Masters
title to the PGA crown he collect
ed in 1055, has earned the repu
tation as the golf ingest golfer in
the game. And he has no piano to
ease off on his workhorse playing
schedule just because he now is
one of, the "Mr. Bigs.
"I think we owe it to the spon
sors,' Ford explained after his re
markable closing 66 vaulted him
past pace-setting Sam Snead and
into the green coat emblematic of
a Masters triumph.
One of the most active of the
touring .professionals, the husky,
round-faced Ford played 121
rounds in 1955, a PGA record.
This year -he won the Los An
geles Open, flew to Panama and
won' a. tourney there, then flew to
Caliente for his third tournament
in as many weeks. He has played
every tournament on the winter
circuit , except one, when he flew
home to "Yonkers, N.Y., because
one of his three children was ill.
Although Ford is a glutton for
golf, he ' is making it pay rather
handsomely. The , $8,500 check he
pocketed for his Masters triumph
yesterday brought his 1957 win
nings to $25,684 this year. That av
erages out to more than $260 a
day, seven days a week.
Snead was well on his way to
ward , an . unprecedented fourth
Masters championship until Ford
let loose" with a barage of birdies
which clipped six strokes off par
over the sprawling, rugged Au
gusta National course.
Snead, noted for his long game,
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said he'd take Ford against any
body , around the greens. And
Ford's short game was what won
He exploded out of a trap at No.
18 and the ball plunked neatly
into the cup for a birdie. Ford
called xit "the greatest s-hot I ever
made." He chipped into the cup
for a birdie on No. 8 and blasted
out of a trap at the ninth within
a foot of the cup for his par.
Ford's 66 was the finest final
round ever shot in the Masters
and made his chart read 73-73-72-66
283. Snead, leading the field
by two strokes and Ford by three
starting the final round, scram
bled to a par 72 for a 286 total
and second place. Jimmy Demaret,
the golfing grandfather who holds
three Masters titles, shot a clos
ing 70 for 287 and third place
and national amateur champion
Harvie Ward took a 73 for 288.
Although Ford's victory was a
thrilling one, the 21st Masters will
be remembered equally well -as the
one in- which Ben Hogan,
Howard Johnson Resfauran
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