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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 25, 1961, Page 3, Image 3

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Coach Bucky Waters' visit , ors defeated the Tar Babies by 91-52 before the Christmas holi days, for the worst loss suf fered by the Carolina boys. At Duke, the Tars kept the score close until practically the en tire team had fouled out of the game, and Duke won by 79-52 as there were only three UNC boys left to play. The strong arm of the Imp offense has been one Jeff Mul lins, a product of Lexington, Ky., who has poured in the points at a rate of better than 25 a game. A 6-3 guard, the high jumping Mullins plays effec tively under the basket as well as outside. He has a fine driv ing jump shot, and is an ac complished rebounder. Rounding out the lineup for the Dukes is a quartet of other fine scorers. Buzzy Harrison and Bob Jamieson, the forwards, are both strong men under the boards but also have fine shots from outside. Jay Buckley, the lean 6-10 center, was almost shut out in the first game with the Tar Babies, but came back to play a big role from his pivot position in the last win. Billy Ulrich, the little fifth man, has a highly-accurate set shot from behind the circle. The Tar Babies gained win UffipS held this afternoon, following the basketball game. (Last night's finalists are list ed in order of their events and the times with which they qualified.) 200 Fly Fleming, 2:17.9 Maryland D'Anna, 2:12.5 N.C. State Simonton, 2:12.2 U.N.C. Spencer, 2:10.8 N.C. State Wilcox, 2:15.5 N.C. State King, 2:17.9 U.N.C. 50 Free Cone, 23.7 U.N.C. Weber, 23.6 Duke Ostrander, 22.9 Maryland Ellis, 22.9 N.C. State Williams, 23.7 U.N.C. Marmelstein, 23.8 Maryland 200 Back Woodworth, 2:24.2 Duke Huffman, 2:22.2 U.N.C. Hamrick, 2:20.7 U.N.C. Wingate, 2:18.7 Maryland Feelemyer, 2:23.5 Maryland Bendham, 2:27.0 Virginia 200 Free Mast, 2:07.5 Virginia W. Bloom, 2:01.0 U.N.C. Greenberg-, 2:00.5 Maryland Merrill, 1:59.6 U.N.C. Bilbro, 2:00.7 U.N.C. Gill, 2:10.9 Duke 200 Breast Petrassy, 2:32.5 Wake Forest Lupienl, 2:32.3 Maryland Schaeberle, 2:30.0 Maryland Fogarasy, 2:24.2 N.C. State Briggs, 2:32.4 U.N.C. Griswald, 2:35. N.C. State Diving (Low Board) Brush, 207.10 Duke Jennings, 177.50 Maryand Fruchtman, 18.40 Virginia Coble, ,153.30 N.C. State Fambrough, 152.15 U.N.C. Patterson, 149.00 U.N.C. Boggs, 143.10 Virginia Newton, 126.70 Virginia - 200 Ind. Med. Weber, 2:20.8 Duke Lupien, 2:19.5 Maryland Rodden, 2:18.8 Maryland H. Bloom, 2:10.4 -U.N.C. Bromwell, 2:20.8 U.N.C. Merrill, 2:21.4 U.N.C. Hickey Greets Spring Drills Beg'i 3 -4 f ' V r must K V ts s V HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Jim Hickey talks strategy with some of his players as North Carolina opened spring practice yesterday in Kenan Stadium. A total of 86 players were on hand for the initial session. Coach Jim Hickey greeted 86 men yesterday as North Caro lina's football forces started an oft-delayed spring practice. Twenty lettermen were on hand for the drills on the hot, humid day in Kenan Stadium. Hickey has said that for the first few days the Tar Heels will stress fundamentals. Hickey and his club are striv ing hard for the fall schedule in order to vastly improve the 3-7 record posted during the 1960 campaign. There are sev eral holes he will have to fill during these drills, however. Hawkins Gone Gone are Rip Hawkins, last year's All-ACC center; John Schroeder, second team All- Two Thousand Report To Show Appreciation By Bob McCall Approximately 2000 students and townspeople turned out in Woollen Gym yesterday after- 'Drunks' Score Highest Total In Opening Intramural Action number ten of the campaign on Wednesday night against Wake Forest by 89-81. A victory against the Imps would give them a 11-6 record for the sea son and a 6-3 mark in Big Four play. Against the Deaclets at Mt. Airy, the men of Coach Ken Rosemond threw up a three way scoring attack that demol ished the highly rated Wake team. Guard Mike Cooke and forward Bryan McSweeney threw in 24 points apiece in a dazzling exhibition, and guard Tommy Ryan tagged along right behind with 23 big points Gi! Hodges Says Dodgers Are Improved By FRED DOWN United Press International Gil Hodges doesn't often pop off so the Los Angeles Dodgers' National League rivals had two good reasons today to perk up their ears. First, the veteran first-base- man oeueves mat ine iyoi Dodgers will prove stronger than the club that brought Los Angeles a world championship in 1959. And, second, he sees Frank Howard and Duke Snider forming a 1-2 punch that'll pro duce between 50 and 60 home runs. Carolina All-Stars To Play On Tuesday The Carolina All-Stars will play here on Tuesday night. The name of the team may not be familiar to Tar Heel fans, but some of the partici pants certainly are. The mem bers of this squad will be play ers like Doug Moe, York Larese, Dick Kepley, Lou Brown, Grey Poole, and Ken Rosemond, to name a few. Their opposition will also in clude some famous names in North Carolina sports. The team is "Rosey's Major Leag uers," with Len Rosenbluth, Tony Radovich, Joe Quigg, Danny Lotz, Bobby jQe Harris, Albert" Long, and Ray Stanley, and possibly Pete Brennan. The game will be played for the benefit of the improvement of the Chapel Hill High School athletic field. It is being spon sored by the Chapel Hill Ath letic Club. All tickets will be sold fori one dollar. They may be pur chased at gametime, eight o'clock -Tuesday night, or at J. B. Robbins, the Goody Shop, Major League Lanes, or from any Athletic Club member. There will be 2400 seats in Woollen Gym available for this game. By Richard Soles . Eleven unbeaten teams sur vived the first round in Thurs day's schedule of the Intramural Basketball Tournament. In all, fifteen ' games were played. The Law Drunks ran up the highest point ttoal in the first round games with a 7-42 rout of the Med Docs. Akins led a well-balanced attack for the Law Drunks with 20 points. Goff paced the losers with 19. The Law Drunks, by way of this victory, ran their record to 5-0; and moved into the ' win ner's bracket of the Dormitory Division. The Library also upped its slate , to 5-0, with a 72-38 vic tory over the Mangum Fish. This game produced an oddity, in, that neither committed a foul during the entire contest. Laws was the top point-getter with 20 for the winners, while Strick land and Cruze had 10 apiece for Mangum. This contest was also played in the Dormitory Division. In the Fraternity White Divi sion, the Beta Stars became the winningest team in the league with a 38-27 win over the SAE Slaves. Brown collected 18 tal lies to lead the Beta team, while Saunders canned 15 for the losers. The Beta Stars be came the third team at the end of the tournament's first round to sport a 5-0 record.. Below is a summary of . the games with top team scorers: Phi Gab 50, Theia Chi 38 Phi Gam won the playoff for a tournament berth with a 50-38 decision over Theta Chi. Mars lender garnered 22 points to pace all scorers. Byrd had 18 for Theta Chi. Eco-Math 42, Law Bars 35 Eco-Math defeated the Law Bars, 42-35, in opening round of tournament play. Dawdle led the Eco-Math team with 17, while Shelton poured in 15 for the Law Bars. Winston Weerunis 65, Cobb Hornets 54 Sigmon's 27-point effort car ried the Winston Weerunts to a 65-54 defeat of the Cobb Hor nets. Skoglund topped the los ing Cobb effort with a 20-point output. The victory ran Win ston's record to 4-0. Cobb Celtics 45, BVP 33 Boutselis paced the Cobb Cel tics to a 45-33 win over the BVP. McQuay had 12 for the losers. The Celt team is now 4-0 for the season. Parker Ringers 44, Grimes 32 Parker's Ringers moved into the winner's bracket with a 44 32 victory over the Grimes team. Johnson had 19 markers for the Parker team while Mullen got 12 for Grimes. Chi Psi 39, Sig Nu Mavericks 37 An unbeaten Chi Psi team edged out the Sig Nu Maver icks, 39-37, in the opening round. Painter had 15 for Chi Psi, while Rucker collected 12 for the Mayericks. Phi Kap Sig 50, Delt Sig Rogues 31 Phi Kap Sig pasted Delta Sig's Rogues, 50-31, Thursday night. Minnino was top point man for the winners with 15, while Bumgarner paced the losers with 12. ATO Plumbers 38, SAE Snoots 31 ATO's undefeated Plumbers survived the first round of the tournament, beating the SAE Snoots, 38-31. Merry, of the SAE team, was high scorer of the game with 12. McMillan had 10 for the winners. Sig Nu Rifleman 43, Chi Phi 18 The Sig Nu Riflemen stopped a cold-shooting Chi Phi team and won a 43-18 decision in tournament play. Clement and Wilson had 12 points apiece for Sig Nu. Sig Nu's record is now 4-0. i -'8,w noon to voice appreciation for Coach Frank McGuire and his 1960-61 basketball squad. . Down on the court at four o'clock McGuire's cagers were conducting a light drill, and on the sides the UNC cheerleaders were leading the fans in cheers. But it was relatively quiet until David Grigg, president of the student body, introduced Mc Guire. It was then the Irishman received a thunderous standing ovation. Grigg read a certificate of ap preciation for McGuire .and his team drawn up by the Univer sity : community in which the students and townspeople ex pressed their gratitude for. the services of McGuire for the past nine years and their approval of the "distinction and good sportsmanship" of the team during the past season. After Grigg read the certifi cate, Bob Sevier, vice presi dent of the student body, pre sented it to McGuire. McGuire made a brief speech in which he expressed apprecia tion for the certificate and the popular support which it represented. "This is your team," he said, "and I am your coach." He then pledged his continued best ef forts in his role as basketball coach at promoting the highest quality of athletics and sports manship at the University. Swag Grimsley, president of the Carolina Athletic Associa tion, who moderated the proce udres, then introduced three persons from the University and the town who represented ap preciation for McGuire and his team. UNC Athletic Director Chuk Erickson expressed (the grati tude of the athletic department. Joseph Augustine, president of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Mer chants Association, expressed the appreciation of the mer chants and Mayor Pro-Tem F. E. Strowd represented the townspeople in their support. ACC end; Mike Greenday, Skip Clement, Jim Rice, Fred Muel ler, Moyer Smith, Milam Wall, Frank Riggs and John Stunda all graduated. Carolina seems to have sev eral strong spots remaining, de spite the loss of the graduating seniors. The quarterback situa tion boasts three lettermen in Ray Farris, Ward Marslender and John Flournoy. Two letter men return to the fullback post. Bob Elliott and Joe Davics, two fine runners, are back. Joe Craver and Gary Turner will fight it out to sec- who fills Hawkins' shoes at center. Tony Hennessey, John Hegarty and Ben Gallagher return at the tackle slots. t . WW If y -rMV A 1 r : Ml' X i X i i t We've a great regatta of brilliant ideas in cool sport jackets for your summer pleasure. Tailoring is by the experts to keep these fashions in the quality class. Come in for a colorful choice. Your selection is bound to be way out front in comfort, good looks, casy-carc qualities and value! Student charge accounts invited or use your PCS account. OTbfP hum 1 1 V I IN DURHAM I 11 JENNINGS, University of Maryland div- ming championships at Bowman Gray pool, ing ace, takes his last dive in yesterday's . Finals of the tbree-day event will be held Xtokc jPoESt jPonfjprence djying jand swim- ioday. after the basketball game. Another Accomplished, Renowned Stylist r. Josopli Pdonro NOW WITH OUR STxFF Mr. Joseph of Naples, Italy, accomp lished hair stylist, studied at the Wilfred Bean Academy of Boston; the American Hair Design Institute in New York, and is a member of the American Hair De sign Institute. flestli HAIR STYLING SALON PHONE 912-1353 183SS E. FraalKa St. I,

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