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Thursday, June 17, 1971
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The Tar Heel summer baseball
team won its first game of the
summer season Tuesday night
against Campbell College. Brilliant
pitching by Jim Chamberlain, who
threw a one-hit game, led Carolina
to a 8-0 victory.
UNC plays at Campbell today.
There will be a home game at 4
p.m. Sunday with East Carolina.
Then later in the week, on Tuesday
and Wednesday, the Tar Heels go
.'on the road to play Wilmington and
The UNC team is a member of
the - North Carolina Collegiate
Summer League, which is
composed of UNC,
UNC-Wilmington, East Carolina,
Campbell College and Louisburg
College. Each team plays a schedule
of 36 games. At the end of the
season the top two teams have a
three-game playoff. This is the first
league of its kind in the United
To qualify for the new summer
league players must have attended
school the previous semester or be
registered for the following
semester. This rule makes incoming
freshmen and graduated seniors
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The new Cary C. Boshamer baseball stadium opened season. The Heels defeated Campbell, 8-0. (Staff photo by
Tuesday night as UNC played its first game of the summer Johnny Lindahl)
New stadium open for play
The UNC baseball team played its first game of the
summer season Tuesday night-in a brand new
Despite the fact that Cary C. Boshamer Stadium is
still almost a month from final completion, the Tar
Heels opened their first season in the new North
Carolina Summer Collegiate Baseball League.
The spring 1971 UNC baseball games were played
in Durham due to the construction of the $425,000
stadium by C.T. Wilson Construction Co. of Durham.
The impressive new stadium, when completed, will
seat 2,000 fans on aluminum seats. The modern
stadium will have restroom facilities, dugouts, press
box, an indoor batting cage and locker rooms for
both the home and visiting teams.
Cary C. Boshamer, a Gastonia textile giant,
donated the money for the new stadium. Boshamer
was a football player at UNC before graduating in the
class of 1917.
The first game was played in 1966 on the field
which is now surrounded by the new stadium.
Construction of the Carolina Union in left field of old
Emerson Field made the move necessary.
The lights for the field, some of the best in the
south, were installed in 1969.
UNC professor to talk
at Cologne University
Kenan Professor Emeritus of political
science Charles B. Robson will open the
Conference on Political Science in
Modern Industrial Society Friday at the
Research Institute for Political Science
and European Questions, University of
"Comparative Government and
Comparative Politics" will be the topic of
Robson's talk at the two-day meeting
celebrating the tenth anniversary of the
founding of the Institute.
Dr. Robson's association with the
founder and director of the Institute,
Professor Ferdinand A. Hermens, began
when the two were students at the
University of Bonn in 1927-28.
The Nite Crew
The Carolina Union Snack Bar
The 7-11 Special
AT SHARYN LYNN
After Inventory Sale !
Bibbed Hot Pants
Fruit Drinks 7 Cents
French Fries 1 1 Cents
Hamburgers 20 Cents
Just Received New Shipments Of
Hot Pants Sets In Arnel Jersey,
Swim Suits, Bra Dresses & Knit Tops
SHARYN LYNN SHOPPE
122 East Franklin
"The style that's in is at Sharyn Lynn
June 17-20, 1971 7-11 P.M.