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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, Ittt
Harriet Hopes High
For '58 Team Title
A healthy Wayne llishop and an , face Clcmson at Carolina Oct. 4.
tvor-tniprov in- Dave Scurlock prom-
m; Carolina a lop cross-country
tram thU year and perhaps a re
Pnt of Uie Atlantic Concht Cotifcr
ce title tlio train won last year.
Com from last year's team is
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toam h still there, and many have
btcn running most of the summer
at'.d arc in fine condition.
Coaches Dale Hanson and Joe
Hilton look forward to a highly suc
ccful j ear.
Bihop was unlxvUen last year in
cross country competition and a re
peat of that record is in sight.
Tlw pvr.Mn to five lUshop tlic
irost trout)ie may be Dave Scur
l"tk who is during track season a
middle distance runner, but who
Ci-ppvd second place in last year's
ACC competition. ,
The Harriers hae otlier runners
returning. Cobles Lipfert
'owcd i:rcat ability last year will
t returning ilong with Doug llen
rson nnd Alex Coffin.
Joe Fricdborg ought to be ready
tu compete t!iM year, a host of
fieshman stars .ire to come back.
Harvey .Miller. Worth Sweet, Neal j
t happell, Hobby Foxworth. and j
inn nowies are a reiurnin to i
.n.ikv the two coaches life easier.
The strength and depth of the
? am will be tested early when they 1
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TAR HEEL COACHING STAFF The brain trust that makes it possible to turn out a winning team
and the trainers who help the players with their every-day-on-the-f ield needs. Many are UNC alumni and
most have either worked under Jim Tatum (left front) as players, as coaches, or both.
I ar Heel Coaching Staff
Helps Mold UNC Eleven
It takes many men to' mold a
winning football team. The coach
in: staff needs to be competent
from top to bottom.
.Jim Tatum has' assembled a
strong coaching staff for this year's
team, and the fate of the team rests
J t least partly in their hands.
Tatum himself perhaps needs no
Introduction. He graduated from
INC in m. He started out as an
,"shtant coach to Carl Suavely at
Cornell, and then returned to UNC
as director of freshman athletics
and head football coach for one
He coached later at Oklahoma,
l.iit received his real fame at Mary
land where he produced five bowl
jamc competitors and won one na
lie has compiled over the years
94 win. 31 defeat, and 6 tie rec-
id and seems destined to go over
'he hundred with mark this year.
K.nimett Check, an assistant to
T itum at Maryland, is handling a
najor portion of the scouting of
Cheek also is helping out with the
linemen, and handles the players'
Fd Kcnsler was a lineman at
Maryland under Tatum, before com
ing to UNC to help Tatum but with
tie chore of training linoman. He
couched previously at Washington
and Lee and at V.M.I.
A former athletic director at
of CMC's mot able football aides
NV.ike Forest has turned Into one
n the Person of Pat Preston who
ilso starred for Wake Forest in the
Krnie Williamson, a UNC grad
uate, was brought here as a talent
scout und head of the Educational
Foundation. Inc. He was since help
ed out during off-season with some
f the coaching duties.
Fred Tullal came with Tatum
v 1 1 n Tutum made the switch from
' r Lin U'o INC true years ago.
The dual meet u ill be followed by
another against Virginia here Oct.
(Maryland and Wake Forest invade
for a triangular meet Oct. 28 to be
followed by a dual meet with N. C.
State Oct. 22.
Three New Rules
There are three new rules on the
football books that may make for
more interesting action on the field
The most controversial of these is
the two point rule which enables a
team to score two points if it runs
or passes for a point after touch
down rather than kicking. A kicked
point after touchdown will still count
A second rule which ad many
coat''ies l,P m arrns is the one
armed block rule' which is designed
to make the game safer and to pre
vent as many injuries occuring
fiom rough blocking.
Thirdly, teams may substitute
more freely, which will probably
work as a test of reserve strength
during the season. There may be at
east a nartiai return to tne two
platoon football that was prevalent
a few years ago when free substitu-
tion was in vogue.
At first he served as freshman
coach but afterward lie was made
an assistant to the varsity coaching
Perhaps the most well known of
the coaching staff is George Bar
clay former football coach of Caro
lina, who was an All-America at
UNC during his playing days. He
came cut of semi-retirement in pri
vate business last year in order to
help with the coaching duties for
the Carolina eleven.
Barclay worked under Tatum for
three years at Maryland as well as
coaching at Oberlin, Dartmouth,
and V.M.I. He was formerly head
coach at Washington and Lee.
Leon Carson will bt coaching the
- TUESDAY -
Manhunt In The Jungle
Starring ROBIN HUGHES
- WEDNESDAY -
Starring ERNEST BORGNINE
- THURSDAY -
- FRIDAY And SATURDAY -
From Here To Eternity
Starring BURT LANCASTER
And MONTGOMERY CLIFT
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THE COACH AND THE STAR Jim Tatum going over a play with
star quarterback Jack Cummings. Tatum is in his third season coach
ing the Tar Heels after fourteen years away from Carolina. Cummings
is currently having a fight to keep his starting berth from Nelson
CU Day First Of
Festivities will highlight all of the
Carolina home football games thiis
890 girls from Woman's College in
Greensboro will be over for the in
itial tilt with North Carolina State.
State will have a contingent of some
4.500 students to fill the stands for
Consolidated University Day.
freshman team. Carson is the new
est member of the coaching staff
and formerly played for Carolina
under Carl Snavely from 1948-51.
Jake Wade as usual is handling
the sports publicity for the Caro
Head trainer for the team is
John Lacey who worked under Ta
tum for five years at Maryland be
fore coming to Carolina. Lacey will
be assisted by Warren Morris.
LVIorris also asisted Lacey at
The senior manager of the team
will be Don Buckley and Jim Long,
the latter is also chairman of the
Student Council in student govern
Both the State Band and the UNC
band will perform during the half
time festivities, but the big event
of the day will be the choosing of
a queen from tlme candidates
selected from each school. Follow
ing the game there is a probability
of a dance to be held that evening.
A new feature of the game will
be the wooden goalposts erected, so
that both winning arid losing sides
can vent their emotions without
damage to anything of value.
Dave Jones, president of the Uni
versity Club, and Chuck Erickson,
director of athletics are working
with people from State to found a
permanent trophy between the two
schools like the Little Brown Jug
of Minnesota-Michigan fame.
The South Carolina game will be
Dad's Day, and parents of UNC stu
dents are cordially invited to attend,
according to Erickson.
The Maryland contest will be a
gala Homecoming Day and w ill have
the added attraction that students
ran hrinf thpir rintes nt lialf-nriee.
i 1000 date tickets will be available
fat the special rate.
The University dim will sponsor
! a beauty contest.
The following week Bands from
all over the State will participate
in band day at Kenan Stadium.
The traditional "Beat Dook" pa
rade sponsored by the Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity in ahich groups
lrom all over the campus make
floats and ride down Franklin St.
A queen of the parade will be sel
ected as well as the winners of the
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When the Carolina soccer team !
takes on Lynchburg College at
home Oct, 4, the Tar Heels will be
looking to better (their 2-3-2 record
of last year. They are looking pos
sibly to take the Conference cham
pionship that was knocked out of
their grasp last year by kep in
juries and close defeats.
Coach Marvin Allen can be hope
ful though, for only three regulars
were lost from last year's bootefs
and many freshmen who showed
up well during the freshman season
last year axe coming up to the var
sity. Last year's leading varsity scorer
Mike Thomps6n will be back at the
center forward position and will
probably be better for last season's
experience. Coleman Barks, Tom
Rand, Charlie Whitefield, Rick
Grausman, and Tom Ghanim are all
competing for the four other for
Moreover, they have competition
coming up from the freshman team
in the person of Joe Perkins, Char
best float prizes in at least two di
visions. The rivalry between Duke and
UNC is highlighted by the bell that
the victor is allowed to keep with
At every home game, The Card
board will perform its card tricks
that have made the organiztaion fa
mous throughout the East.
The Cardboard was founded in
1948, and has greatly grown from
lie Lipscome, Martin Perez, and
Jim Rattay will probably be back
as goal tender, although he was in
jured last year.
The back' situation is les clear
with only twro starters back from
the 1957 squad. Hugh Goodwin looks
like a sure bet for center halfback
and Dave Corkey may take over
the right fullback chores.
Bob Borden is another holdover
from the boaters and may play
Coach Allen will have to fill the
vacant spots with freshmen and
also he hopes to have some new
comers interested in soccer trying
Coach Allen has guided the hoot
ers for several seasons and has also
taught physical education.
Milton's Welcomes Class Of 1962
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The team faces a stiff test after
Lynchburg on Oct. 17 when they,
After that they go on the road to
play Washington & Lee and Pfeif
fer College Oct. and 31 respective
ly, before returning to Carolina.
A three game final home stand
pits the Tar Heel booters against
Roanoke Nov. 4, against State, try
ing to avenge their defeat last year,
Nov. 7, and against traditionally
tough Davidson Nov. 14.
Maryland, perennially the confer
ence kingpin or near kingpin, will
be the next test Nov. 17, and the
team closes out its season with
Duke Nov. 21.
After a year in the doldrums and
provided the team stays while, Car
olina's booters may do very well
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make life difficult for Tat urn's
crew, but the North Carolina eleven
is a preseason favorite to take
the garjx on Oct. 11, back in Chap
Homecomiag day with Maryland
is predicted to be happy, for the
Tar Heels, anxious to avenge tlie
defeat they ustained last year be
fore Queen Elizabeth, are strong
er this year, while the Terps have
not improved noticeably.
Wake Forest will be trying to re
bound from last year's all-losing
season, but may find difficulty here
on the last Saturday of the Tar
Heel's long home stand.
The Tar Heels are looking for
trouble, when they journey to Ten
nessee. Nov. 1, to meet the single
wing Volunteers. Tennessee beat
Carolina last year, and at least one
magazine predicts the same result