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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1957
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EASY ONE FOR BOB: Carolina senior guard Bob Cunningham goes
in fo a layup shot and two points in his club's 79-55 opening victory
over Clemson yesterday. Cunningham contributed six points to the
Tar Heel's cause. ' Norm 'Kantor Phot0
By BILL KING
DTH Sports Editor
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McGuire Completely Satisfied With Performance
Frank McGuire is glad the 1957-58 basketball season is on the ro?d
and hv's completely satified"' with his club's performance against
the Clemson Timers yesterday afternoon.
"That national championship crown has been digging into my
head since last March," McCure smiled following yesterday's
79-55 victory over the Tigers. "I've never been as anxious to begin
a season in my life."
McCiiire continued that he was completely happy with the boy's per
formance "I trunk thev (Miked erv iood. he said. I was a lituo
worried in the second half when they lost a little of their spark."
Thinks Clemson Is Much Better Club
When reminded that Clemson had outscored the Tar Heels in the
second half, McGuire jested. "We like to win the games, not the halves.'
McGuire was of the opinion that Clemson was a much better team
than it showed in the first half. "After seeing them against Duke, it
was the last thing I ever expected to see," McGuire said referring to
the Tar Heel's 39-14. halftime lead.
The Tar Heel wntor thought that his club's tremendous start in
which it scored 15 points before Clemson could get a field goal
definitely unnerved the Tigers. "They were very nervous the entire
first half' he said.
.McGuire was happy with the way his three sophomores performed
"Stanley (Itay). Schaffer (Lee) and Kepley (Dick) all did real well."
he commented. "We would really he in fine shape if we had Quii,',"
he stated with a hit of remorse in his face.
"We'll still experiment with the club for a while," McGuire avered.
'"Against George Washington Tuesday night we'll probably have Sa!.
in the starting lineup and take out Kepley or Schatfer (who started
yesterday) since George Washington has a smaller team."
By DAVE WIBLE
The Tar Babies lost their first
game yesterday atfernoon to the
Duke freshman. 71-68, in a nip and
tuck ball game that could have
pone either way.
The Tar Babies, playing before a
crowd of several hundred who stay
ed after the Carolina-Clcmson var
sity game, had the edge to the end
ot the half. 35-35. They had led
28-16 after ten minutes of playing,
but the Duke's gradually closed the
Second half Close
After the intermision. the Blue
Imps took the lead with 14 minutes
left, 44-47. From then until the five
minute mark, the advantage shifted
back and forth, either team having
more than a thre point spread. With
five minutes left, the Duke made it
6:5-61 in their favor and playing pos
session ball went on to win the
The Tar Babies played well aga
inst the taller Imps, but loosened up
when Duke began to press in the
final minutes. Doug Moe. was the
squad's mainstay and high scorer. The Carolina Swimmers move in
Ihe 6-5 foreward hit 26, most of to action here tomorrow afternoon
tliem coming from a short jump at 4 o'clock in the Bowman Gray In-
atmen Take Win Over W&L
UP HARVEY, UP: Sopbomore guard Harvey Salz leaps over the
out stretched arm of Tom Cameron for a shot in the Carolina-Clemson
fray yesterday. Sail scored four Tar Heel points. Norm Kantor Phot
Swimmers Meet ECG
In Opener Tomorrow
By MAC MallAFFY
shot around the foul line.
Tar Baby center Hugh Donohue
was runner up in the scoring with
20. lie used his 6 feet eight inches
well under the backboards, and fin
ished with top rebounding honors.
The Blue Imps were led by their i
high school All-American center
Doug Kistler who hit 20. Howard
Hurt a 6-2 foreward was second for
the Duke's with 17.
The Tar Babies next game will
be with Wilmington Junior College
at Wilmington next Wednesday.
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Grant-In-Aid Finally Becomes Law
Virgir.io yielded and the grant-in-aid program became a legality in
the Atlantic Coast Conference.
ACC members met in Greensboro Friday and finally got the neces
sary recruiting headaches and consequently should lessen the chances
of ACC schonl.s being penalized by the NCAA for recruiting infrac
Under the new rule, should a prospective student's admittance
and financial aid application be approved by the school and certi
tied by the conference commission on or after July 1, then the
other conference schools will accept him as 'belonging' to that
school and will keep 'hands off.'
The student. hwecr. can in 'good faith' ask that he be relieved
of his commitment and, if this is approved by the conference com
missioner, can participate in athletics at other ACC schools. The rule
becomes effective Julv 1.
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door, when they nunu the East
Carolina team. Coach Pat Eary
has given the probable lineup.
In the 50 and 100 yards freeestyle
will be Bill Zickgraf. Walt Rose
and Bill Roth. In the 200 yard but
terfly will be Paul Wachendorfer,
Bob Turner, and Telfair Mahaffy.
i In the 200 backstroke race will be
The distant events will be filled
by Tony Schiffman. Glen Green,
and Nash Mcintosh. The diving will
be done by Ned Moekins. Pete He
nolds, and Dick Cashwell. In the
200 breastsroke race will be Wilson
Cooper, Mahaffy, and Wachendor
fer. Defending ACC Champs
The swimmers are defending ACC
champs and have five All-Amer
icans who are returning lettermen,
and a group of highly talented jun
iors and sophomores. The team
ranked fifth in the nation last year.
The freshmen swim team meets
Staunton there tomorrow. Outstand
ing in pro-meet workouts have been
Harry Bloom. Randy Dodson, Vinny
Siinellon, Boh Hunter, and Joe Kalk
i;rst. Coach Barareke is pleased
with workouts and hopes for a deci-
Virginia; 11 at Maryland; 16
N. C. Sta4e. Feb. 1 East Caro
lina; 8 Florida; 10 Carolina
eollegiates; 14 Wake Forest; 21
N. C. State; 27 March 1 ACC
LEXINGTON, VA. Carolina's varsity and freshman wrestlers re
Dounaea irom a ctounie aeieai ai me nanas oi Virginia rnuay is'
with a couple of wins over Washington and Lee College here last night.
The varsity won 23-11 and the frosh, 30-10.
The victory gave Coach Sam Barnes' matmen a 1-1 record for both
varsity and freshmen. '-
The two wins against the Generals were even more one-sided than
Virginia's margin in the Friday night affair.
Easy for varsity
In the varsity event, Rob Boyette lost his 177 match to Hollister of
W&L by default. Boyette was winning when he suffered an eye cut.
Henry Rhyne of Carolina lost a decision to Patton of W&L. In the 167
class, Brennan of W&L defeated J. W. Welborn and they were the only
three Tar Heel losses.
Dave Wail, Perrin Henderson, Gary Cooper and Ken Hoke all won
for the Tar Heels by pinning their opponent. Dave Atkinson of Car
olina won the only Tar Heel decision, 5-3 over Gil Holland.
In the freshman division, only Tar Heel David Turnbill was de
feated. Chip Woodrum, Jim Marks, Phil Davis, John Henderson, Gene
Smith and John Matney all had easy victories. All except Matney won
by pinning. He won by default.
123.Wall (C) pinned Rubin (2:40); 130-Patton (W&L) decisioned
Rhyne (8-4); 137-Henderson (C) pinned Pipard (6:45); 147-Cooper
(C) pinned Lemmon (6:57); 157-Hoke (C) pinned Alley (6:30): 167
Brennan (W&L) decisioned Welborn (6-2); 177-Hollister (W&L) won
over Boyette (default); Heavyweigh-Atkinson (C) decisioned Hoi-'
123-Woodrum (C) pinned Stone, 1:20; 130-Marks (C) pinned
Croasdaile, 8:00; 137-Henderson (C) pinned Cottrell, 4:10; 147
Davis (C) pinned Smith, 1:50; 157-Oarko (W&L) pinned Turn-,
bill, 2:30; 167-Smith (C) pinned Borney, 2:08; 177 Matney (C)
defeated Hursley, forfeit.
Carolina Coasted In
2nd Half; GW Tuesday
Browns Just Waiting
For Title Rival
(AP) The Cleveland Browns,
having clinched their seventh
Eastern conference title in 'eight
years, can lend a helping hand to
the Baltimore Colts' championship
hopes in the National Football
League's Western race today.
While the Colts take their "help
themselves' campaign into San
Francisco's Kezar Stadium against
the challenging 49ers, the Browns
are in Detroit to play the Lions
the third club still in contention
for the Western title.
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coming off with a final field goal
percentage of 56.6 and a free throw
average of 58.6. The Tigers were
34.7 and 53.8.
Clemson started the second half
with a bang, getting seven points
before the Tar Heels could score,
but Kearns and Co. shook the
momentary slump and revived
their precision like work to keep
the margin about the same the
rest of the way. Actually, the
final score was as close as the
Tigers came to the Tar Heels in
the final half.
Top rebounclers for Carolina
were Pete Brennan with seven,
Shaffer with six and Kepley with
5. Brennan also chipped in with
14 points to place second. After
that the scoring was fairly evenly-
Top scorer for the Tigers was
center Walt Gibbons with 12, fol
lowed by Tom Cameron and Vince
Yockel with 11.
The Tar Heels leave tomorrow
for Washington, D. C. where they
will encounter George Washing
ton Tuesday night.
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Fine Thing For Atlantic Coast Conference
This is a move in the right direction for the ACC, a conference
which, though still in comparative infancy, is quickly becoming a
well-organized and harmonious organization.
South Carolina brought up a proposal which we would like to see
throw open NCAA-approved football bowl games to all conference
Tht propial wat withdrawn and will b brought op at a later
dt but it is ctrtinly a matttr worthy of much contideration.
This corntr is not an advocato of tho prtstnt bowl ti-up plan.
Wt'd personally liko to sta tht bowl program thrown wido open,
thereby assuring that the best team in the land would particip
ate in the New York's Day classics, regardless of which conference
This is, we admit, an idealistic view because of the extenuating
circumstances, namely money, involved. Some conferences might nt
have any team in the bowls, thus missing the 'gravy' which come-:
from the bowl games. We do, however, believe that the bowls are, at
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MOSCOW. Dec. 6 UP Nikita
Khrushchev declared tonight part of
the carrier rocket of Sputnik I fell
in the United States Sunday and the
Americans won't give it back.
The Communist Party secretary
emphasized he meant the United
States itself, not simply the Ameri
can continent. i
"We relied on them, trusting in
their decency, but they did not live
up to our trust," He remarked to
correspondents at a Finnish em
bassy reception. "If an American
Sputnik ever falls on Soviet terri
tory we will return it promptly to
the United States."
U. S. Ambassador Llewellyn
Thompson was informed of Khrush
chev's charge and said: "This is
the first I have heard of it."
Monogram Club Will
At the Monogram Club meeting
Thursday night, it was decided
that the club would finance a $700
scholarship for an athelete in need
who (1 cs not have an athletic
A party was held Saturday
night at MaulLsby's cabin for Mon
ogram winners, their dates, and
In conjunction with the Jr. Ser
vice League, the Monogram Club
is adopting a needy family for the
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