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MESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 1958
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THE UNC CARDBOARD For the new season a new bag of tricks to cheer the Tar Heels on their
way to a possible Sugar Bowl invitation. President cf the Cardboard is Pat Dooley. The over 2,C00 stu
dents who sit in the card section make it possible for the tricks to be a success.
s race sen
A stiff schedule faces the Tar Sugar Bowl and the Atlantic Coast
Heels in tlieir bid for a trip to the Conference Championsip.
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Not only do they have ito wade
through such strong opposition as
Notre Dame, Southern California,
and Tennessee, but they also have
,to face every member of the Atlan
tic Coast Conference at least once.
Clemson figures to be the num
ber one test for .the Tar Heels in
the conference, but any of the three
ncn-conference opponents could be
difficult to knock off.
Next Saturday Jim Tatum's elev
en, anxious to avenge a 7-0 beating
at the hands of North Carolina State,
meets the Wolfpack in a clash in
which the Tar Heels will undoubted
ly be favored to cop, since State
has lost Dick Christy, their All-
The following Saturday the teann
journeys to South Carolina to en
gage the Clemson Tigers in a con
test that may well decide the win
fier of the Atlantic Coast Confer
ence. Coach Frank Howard of
Clemson has been building a team
which figures to mature this year,
and the battle can only be called
Despite the length of their trip,
the Tar Heels are favorites to beat
the Trojans of Southern California
in their bout in California, Oct 3.
King Dixon, star of the South
Carolina Gamecock team may
(See TAR HEELS, Page 8)
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Sugar Bowl bound?
At least ore national magazine
as picked Jim Tatum's UNC foot
ball team to spend New Year's day
playing footbaU in New Orleans, and
perhaps with some reason.
This year' eleven has shown prom
ise of not only bettering its 6-4 rec
ord of last year, but of having one
of the best season's of any in Car
The signal-calling position is three
and four dt?p with talent, both
holdover lettermen from last year
and newcomers from the freshman
Heading the quarterback brigade
is Jack CwrrfTiings who is getting
a run for his money this fall from
Nelson Lowe, a junior who played
only one garr-e last year.
Cummings, already holding one
school record for liis passing in
the Virginia game last year, may
turn out to be one of the bst
quarterbacks that the Tar Heels
Russ Hollers and Skip Clement.
two sophomo"es with unusual prom
ise, complete the quarterback corps.
Somebody said early last week.
that this would be a year for aerial
artistry. That prophecy may well
hold true with four capable dingers
In all twenty-three lettermen are
returning from last year's Tar heel
team. The big loss was that of end
Buddy Payne, who captained last
The large job of filling Payne's
shoes falls to Mac Turlington, Don
Kemper, ami Al Goldstein, all of
wham seem capable of doing more
than an adequate job in the pass
Co-captain Phil Blazer heads aa
impressive list of proven linemen
and ascending newcomers at the
taekle slots. Blazer, a senior from
WTiitaker. P a., is potentially an Ail
American .nd during the early -practice
sessions of this season has
been living up to his billingv Vivi
Behind hirn Don Redding,, and Don
Starlings are the ones' most like
ly to see a good deal of action dur
ing the season, buUthe position is
stacked deep in capable men.
Lettermen Fred Swearingen and
Jack Lineb?rger are expected to
lead the Tar Heels at guard, how
ever, this still depends oi whether
Lineberger's. neck responds well
after the injury he suffered last
Fred Mueller and Frank Riggs
.vill take most of the slack out of
he position, and seem to be almost
as capable as the tw0 regulars of
The center slot is capably filled
by Ronnie Koes, who was a stand
out last year and should be even
better this year. Giving him a biff
r ! nnrl i . K ! . ! . Ml I T-k
uauu at tin; pusiuun will De itip
Hawkins, a sophomore standout in
Sonny Folckomer, showing bril
liant form in practice, may be the
dark horse to cop one of the start
ing halfback slots. He faces stiff
competition fir the post in the per
sons of Jim Schuler, Em-U DeCanti?
.nd Daley Goff, all lettermen from
asx year. Wade Smith and Danny
Jroze should add depth to the half
A real battle is being waged for
he fullback slot between Don
Coker and Don. Klockak. a returnee
from the seavice. Both are powerful
runners, ami both should see much
,ction this year.
Ed Lipski will be up their fighting
for a starting berth also and his
experience during last year's cam
paign out to bear him in good stead
The only severe blow the Tar
leels have suffered so far is the
loss of co-captain Curtis Hathaway
.vhose broken arm sustained last
spring was failed to mend. He prob
ably will miss the entire season. .
What with the new substitution
mles, making it possible for Caro
ina to drav on its depth at every
osition, the Tar Heels and . Jim
Tatum may well go all the way to
the Sugar BowL Who knows? They
may win that too.
(Continund from Paae )
i movie entitled "In The Name cf
Freedom" in the Library Assem
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept
16-17, registration for all new stu
dents and all former students not
pre-registered at the University
xill take place.