FOR STATE MEET
Coaches Smooth Out Wrinkles
In Last Few Days of
The flying heels of North Carolina's
best trackmen will meet in Greens
boro this week-end to contest for the
State track title. Seven times in a
row Coach Bob's cinder artists, from
the Hill have copped 'the title and
Friday and Saturday they will be out
to gain their eighth title,
However, they will find the compe
tition harder this year. Old Carolina
stars are gone and new ones have ap
peared at other institutions. David
son, Duke, and State are all boasting
crack; outfits this year. Duke with
its crack distance runners, State with
is fine field event men, and Davidson
with its speedy sprinters and hurdlers
will give Carolina trouble. But the
Carolina coaches are banking on
second places to count in the Tar Heel
Preliminaries in the sprints, r the
quarter and half mile, the hurdles,
and the field events will be held Fri
day. Saturday afternoon the finals
in all events will be held. Also fresh
man relay races will be held that
With Gay in the sprints, Harrison
in the quarter, Nims in the half, Bark
ky in the mile, Henderson and Bau
com in the two mile, Perry and Staf
ford in the hurdles, Adkins in the
shot, Dameron and Harper in the Dis
cus, Bagby in the high jump, Cowper
and Neiman in the pole vault, and
Neiman and Stafford in the broad
jump Carolina is expecting to present
a well rounded team. Davidson has
Whittle in the sprints and hurdles,
Currie in the sprints and Goodykoontz
in the quarter. Duke boasts-a well
rounded distance aggregation in Doxey
and Woodward; in the field events,
they have Brummitt and Candler.
State places its greatest hopes in Cap
tain Hank Young who handles prac
tically all of the field events in fine
HEELS TO PLAY
All Big Five Teams to Be Met in
MONDAY, APRIL 29
3:30 p. m. 1. Tau Epsilon Phi
vs Pi Kappa Phi; 2. Mangum vs
5:00 p. m. 1. Carr vs "F"; 2.
Sigma Phi Epsilon vs Sigma Nu.
TUESDAY, APRIL 30 '
3:30 p. m. 1. Delta Kappa Ep
silon vs Phi Sigma Kappa; 2. Kap
pa Sigma vs Chi Phi.
5:00 p. m. 1. Grimes vs "G"; 2.
Manly vs "I". '
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
3:30 p. nu 1. Sigma Nu va Phi
Gamma Delta; 2. Delta Sigma Phi
vs Kappa Alpha.
5:00 p. m. 1. Mangum vs "J";
2. Pi Kappa Phi vs Sigma Zeta.
THURSDAY, MAY 2
3:30 p. m. 1. Grimes vs "F";
2. Kappa Sigma vs Delta Kappa
5:00 p. m. 1. Beta Theta Pi vs
Lambda Chi Alpha; 2. New Dorms
vs Old West.
FRIDAY, MAY 3
330 p. m. 1. Manly vs "G";
2, Delta Sigma Phi vs CM Phi.
5:00 p. m. Kappa Psi vs Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; 2. Old East vs
North Carolina State Champions in Tennis
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And Field Records
Track and field records at the
University of North Carolina.
100-yard dash 9.8 seconds Mc
220-yard dasli 21.5 seconds
440-yard dash 50.2 seconds
8:80-yard run 1:57.2 min. El
One-mile run 4 :21 Elliott,
Two-mile run 9 :38.1 Hender
120-high, hurdles 15.2 seconds
220-low hurdles 24.1 Moore,
' Broad jump 22 ft. 5 1-4 inches
High jump 5 ft. 11 1-2 inches
Pole Vault 12 ft. 5 in. Cow
Javelin throw 181 ft. 11 in.
Fordham, 1926. -
Discus throw 135 ft. 7 in.
Harper, 1929. . ....
......Shot put 42 ft. 5-8 in. Adkins,
U. N. C. CLINCHES
With Eight Won and None Lost,
V No Other Team is Threat
Pictured above is the University tennis team that .recently won the State
Championship in the intercollegiate matches here, winning the crown in both
the singles and doubles. - , .
The team left Thursday night on a northern tour which will comprise
scheduled matches with Georgetown in Washington, D. C, on Friday last;
Catholic University in Washington, D. C, on Saturday last; University of
Maryland at College Park, Md., yesterday; Princeton University at Prince
ton, N. J., today; Rutgers University at New Brunswick, N. JM tomorrow; Texas Legionnaires are considering
and New York University in New York City, on Thursday. the establishment of a forest wherein
This campaign carries two of the Tar He0l stars to their home towns, a tree would be planted fin memory
Ed Yeomans, sophomore state singles champion, hails from Washington, J of every Texan killed in the World
D. C, and will be at home for the Georgetown and Catholic University meets, war.
Morton Shapiro, another sophomore and one of the state doubles champions,
lives in Baltimore. Shapiro teamed with Merritt to win the North Carolina
The team (reading left to right in the picture) is as follows: Front row:
Bill Merritt, Chapei Hill, N. C.i Coach John F. Kenfield, Chicago. 111.; Cap
tain Bill Scott, Greensboro, N. C. Back Row: Morton Shapiro, Baltimore,
Md.; Charlie Waddell, Asheville, N. C; Manager John Norwood, Greenville,
S. C; and Ed. Yeomans, Washington, D. C. Waddell was captain of the
team last year. .
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EST CAMBRIDGE MASS-
Winning two ten-inning games last
week to boost its record to eight wins
arid no defeats, the University of
North Carolina baseball , nine has
practically won the Tri-State League
pennant of the Southern conference.
This week North Carolina makes a
swing in Maryland and Virginia and
will play Maryland on Monday, Uni
versity of Virginia on Tuesday; Vir
ginia Military institute Wednesday,
Washington and Lee Thursday, and Home Runs Play Big Part in
Fri- Tlav's Scoring ! Henrv House
FIRST BIG FIVE
GAME TO DEVILS
CLUB HOLDS GOLF
Hering and Hibbard Leaders of
Six games remain on the Carolina
schedule. All of these are with
members of the "Big Five" Collegi
ate circle except the two games with
the University of Virginia.
.After playing at top speed since the
opening of the season, the Heels will
welcome the more-than-a week's rest.
Saturday's contest with Duke was the
last one for- Carolina until the first
game with Wake Forest May 7. This
rest will enable the Heels to reorgan
ize the infield, for since the injury
to Marshall Rand, snappy sophomore
second baseman, Jackson has been
playing second. The rest will be wel
come to. the hurling staff. Last
week-end all members of the corps
saw action against V. P. I. and Duke
Frank Fleming hurled the latter half
of both contests.
Opening .with Wake Forest May 7,
the Heels finish their schedule in quick
order. Following the Deacon contest
Virginia will invade the State for two
srames with Carolina. The Cavaliers
play the first game of the series here
May 10 and journey , to Greensboro
the following afternoon for the final
Duke comes to Emerson Field May
17 for the second game between the
two teams. May 20 the Heels play
State College for the second time,
while the season ends with Wake For
est here May 22.
Freshman Ball Team
Loses to Greensboro
The North Carolina Tar Baby nine
dropped a ball game to Greensboro
High last Saturday with a score of
2 to 1. Sack's wild pitching featured
in the entertainment of the after
The freshmen won a forfeit game
from the Wildkittens of Davidson
College last Friday' afternoon when
the opposition failed to make its appearance.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
day. The University of Virginia is
scheduled to play Maryland on the
latter's grounds Saturday.
The Tri-State League season
tends through May 30.
Club standings follow:
Team - , .. ..
Carolina . 8
V. M. I. 2
N. C. State 3
V. P. I ... 2
Washington and Lee 0
Leads Tar Heels at Bat.
Smashing out a 10-9 ten inning
victory over V. P. I. Friday, Carolina
cinched the pennant in the-Tri-State
league, but dropping a 9-6 game to
Duke put them Heels -in second place
in the State title race. In the Fri
day contest the Heels came from be
I hind to win, while Saturday the
Devils from Duke came from be
hind to stop the Tar Heels.
Pounding three home runs out of
WnH-h rm-niiTifl ha nnlv two more the lot, the Heels scored early and
frames scheduled, exclusive of the Hea uniu e iasi na11 OI
two games which were rained out Here ' the Dukemen scored four runs
with Washington and Lee and with to jump into the lead. Carolina had
scored its Quotient, but the Devils
early in April.
still were to add another run to make
the game more secure. They did so
in the sixth inning.
House and Jackson put the Heels
away to an early lead with home
runs in the first, second and third
frames. House put one out of sight
Heels Overcome by Fighting m the first with one on; Jackson
repeated in the secondhand iiouse
TECH GOLF TEAM
Georgians in Final Rounds
came back in the third to add an
other with the bases empty. These
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last when representatives of Georgia lields tnree Dase myw'
Tech eeked one a 10 to 8 win over the Jenkins held the Heels throughout
Carolina club on the Hope Valley except when they were hitting, home
Country Club course. After leading runs. Ball found the, going rough
the procession throughout the entire from the first. Fleming handled the
morning rounds, the Tar Heel aggre- Devils well after the fifth frame
gation was overcome by the persistent House led the Heels, while Bennett
fighting stride until the final holes and Adams did the heavy hitting for
had been won. the Dukemen,
Next Saturday two golf teams cap
tained hy Dr. Hering and Dean Hib
bard will clash on the country club
links in a tournament, the winners
of which will be given a free dinner
that evening at the expense of the
losers. The golfing members of the
club are being divided into two teams
of equal "strength, said Mr. Bynum,
chairman of the Golf Committee, and
members of the teams will be pair
ed up in couples of about equal ability. ;
The team having the largest score on
a hasis of one point for the winner of
the first six holes, one point for the
winner oi the second six, and one
point for the lowest score on the en
tire twelve holes, will be declared the
winner of the tournament and will en
joy, the free dinner that evening.
Pairing for the annual Spring
Matched Play Handicap Tournament
takes place in the immediate future,
and an announcement of the date when
this is complete will soon be made.
Rifle Club Meeting
There will be an important meet-
ing -of the Rifle Club tomorrow night
at 8 o'clock in Gerrard Hall. Im
portant matters will be discussed,
and all club and team members are
requested to attend.
Shanghai is on the eve of having
its first modern taxicab service.
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Duke Debaters Set '
An Unusual Record
Duke University's debating team,
composed of Everett Weatherspoon,
of Durham: Spruill Thornton, of
Winston-Salem; and Jennings King
of Laurinburg, has returned from its
eastetn tour after having established
a record for the season of seven
wins and one defeat out of nine de
bates. One was a no-decision con
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matches was: Meade Willis, No. 1; Ronfls TsSlied Here
Charles Chatham, No. 2; June Adams,
No. 3 ; Luther Stewart, No. 4. Cap- Last Tuesday in a vote against a
tain Adams led his teammates in their registration, the town of Chapel Hill
early play with the lowmedal score ! voted to issue $15,000 of school bonds
of 78. In the afternoon's foursome J These bonds were voted on in two
engagements, the combinations of different issues of $7,500 each. The
Wfllis-Chatham arid Adams-Stewart first is known as the funding issue
were not so successful in keeping the and win be used to meet certain un
Georgians down m their uphill bat- forseen expenditures of the local
tie. school hoard this vear. The monev
The next appearance of the Tar obtained from the second issue, the
Heels in tournament play will be in building bonds, will be used to make
the Southern Intercollegiate Golf h te th , , w i
tournament which will get underway building, especially on the heating
in Asheville on May 8th.
Phi Beta Phis
The sixty-second anniversary
the founding of the Pi Beta Phi fra-
The town of Chapel Hill is not is
suing these bonds itself, stated Town
Manager J. M. Foushee yesterday.
The school board which will issue the
bonds, asked the town to conduct this
ternity was celebrated Saturday &tion to see whether the residents
night at the Carolina Inn at 6:30 by wished the bonds issued for this pur-
tne memDers oi xne local cnaprer ana p0S
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tne- ammnae in me u mversixy ana
Miss Maurine Forrester, president,
and Miss Katheryne Batts, president Doctors F. K. Cameron and F. H.
of the alumnae, presided at the long Edmister of the Chemistry Depart
table seating 35 "i raters." The ment are attending the general meet-
courses were interspersed with songs ing of the American Society of
and toasts. Chemistry in Columbus, Ohio.
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