North Carolina Newspapers

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THE CAMPUS ECHO
Friday, November 1, 19S3
Eagl es Pin Bears For 20-8 Homecoming Victory
Coach Herman Riddick and
his North Carolina College
Eagles kept themselves in the
ranks of the undefeated and un
tied by downing Shaw Univer
sity Bears 20-8 Saturday before
a capacity Homecoming crowd
at O’Kelly Field.
The CIAA victory over the
visiting Bears was the fifth for
Biddick’s charges, who now post
a 6-0 overall record and stand
in first place in the CIAA. They
lead the conference for the third
successive week.
The Eagles scored first in the
opening stanza when senior
guard Bobby Garner recovered
a Shaw fumble after NCC’s for
ward wall blocked a fourth-
down kick attempt by the
Bears. When the kick was
blocked, Gardner picked up the
ball and raced into the end zone
untouched for the Eagles’ first
marker. The PAT failed, mak
ing the score 6-0.
North Carolina College kept
f.
. ..
NCC’S PAUL PERRY SCOOTS AROUND RIGHT END and
then outruns two Shaw University persuers to score the second
Eagle touchdown in the NCC Homecoming tilt between the two
schools.
“Conference To Convene-
(Continued from page 1)
Dr. John R. Larkins, consultant,
North Carolina State Depart
ment of Public Welfare, will
deliver the principal address.
The conference will feature
also a one-day principals-super-
visors institute which begins at
9 a.m. in room 308 of the- Edu
cation Building.
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the Department of Health, Edu
cation, and Welfare, director-
consultant for the institute, will
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the Bears at bay for the rest of
the first period and did not score
themselves until the second
quarter. Durham halfback Paul
Perry scored on the longest run
from scrimmage of the after
noon when he dashed 56 yards
to paydirt. Receiving a fourth
down Shaw kicked on NCC’s 38,
quarterback Aaron Martin gave
the oval to Perry, who saw day
light and raced up the middle
for the Eagles’ second tally. A
Bobby Asmond kick made the
score 13-0 at halftime.
-Men’s Weekend-
(Continued from page 1)
Sunday morning the college’s
men will sponsor the Sunday
School at 9:00 and will conduct
a man’s symposium at 10:30.
The vesper hour, also under
the sponsorship of the men this
weekend, will feature an ad
dress by Dr. Samuel W. Proctor,
president of the A. and T. Col
lege, Greensboro, at 3:00 P.M.
Other activities will include a
dinner for special guests at 1
P.M. and a reception following
the vesper hour.
The Eagles still hot from the
first half, came roaring back in
the third period with their
third touchdown. Perry got into
the action again this time with
an interception on the Bear 47
yard line. Quarterback Donald
Thomas put the ball in motion
by passing to end William Giles,
who went to the Bear 22 before
he was stopped. From this point,
halfback Robert Currington an
other Durhamite ran straight
through the Bear defense to
paydirt for a 19-0 NCC lead. The
PAT by Asmond made the
score 20-0.
The Bears got into the scor
ing column late in the final
stanza when their quarterback,
Pete Waiters, threw a strike to
end Theodore Powell after the
Bears blocked an NCC fourth-
down punt on the Eagle’s three
yard line. A two-point conver
sion made the final score 20-8-
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