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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1952
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
In SG Events
Carolina's swimming team,
which has coasted to two victories
in the conference this year will
be looking for its 52nd consecu
tive conference win this afternoon
at 3:30 . o'clock when it takes on
the Virginia Military Institute
team at Bowman-Gray pool.
In two previous starts this year,
Coach Jamerson's team has rung
up an easy 68-18 win over Duke
and a 50-34 victory over VPI, the
latter meet being held Thursday.
, Against the Gobblers, Carolina
used its jayvees plus Ceccil Mil
ton, Buddy Baarcke, Joe Kelso,
and Smith Jewel, in order to have
the team rested for the meet with
Saum vs Wall
The top event of the day should
be the breastroke in which VMI's
conference champion, Bill Saum
and Carolina's Barry Wall hook
up. Wall swam that event in 2:29.8
against Duke, but he will proba
bly have to better that mark to
best Saum today. "
Another top race will have Car
lina's Donnie Evans and Cecil
Milton swimming Keydet Bill
MacCreeady in the 220 and 440
freestyle. All three men number
among the best in the South and
Freshman Warren Heeman, who
has become Carolina's top back
stroker, will have a tough battle
with VMI's Johnston and Har
rington. R. S. White and Kelso of
Carolina will get some stiff com
petition from Craven in the div
Levy vs Talffiner
Rick Levy, who broke the con
ference 50-yard freestyle record
against Duke, Jack Edwards, and
Kirby Ambler will compete
against Taefftner of VMI in the
sprints in what should be close
The Keydets of Al Conyne us
ually have one of the better teams
in the conference and last year
finished with a 4-2-0 record. The
Tar Heels won the conference
championship with a 11-0-0
Of Phys Ed Group
Richard E. (Dick) Jamerson,
head coach of swimming and pro
fessor of physical education at
Carolina, has been named secre
tary - treasurer of the? College
Physical Education Association.
Jamerson represented the Uni
versity at the annual meeting of
the group in Chicago in Decem
ber. L AM E
D U C ECS ;
at plucked prices
a special display of
fiiis' month at
Tar Heels Arrive
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan.
11 Seven track men from the
University of North Carolina
arrived here this afternoon for
the Evening Star track meet
which will be held here tomor
row in the huge National
The seven men include a mile
relay team which with Duke
and Maryland, is expected to
dominate , the Southern Con
ference mile relays The mem
bers of the mile relay team are
Mac RayGordon Hamrick. Jack
Bennett, and Gene Brigham.
The Tar Keels have entered
Bobby Bell and Bill Cornell in
the high hurdles and Sam Jor
dan in the pole vault. Jordan
will be competing against three
of the four men who have clear
ed 15 feet in the history of
track. They are Bob Richards,
Don Laz,and Don Cooper.
The Carolina junior varsity
basketball team, which rallied for
a fine 70-67 overtime victory over
Wake Forest Thursday, goes for
its fourth win of. the year tonight
at 8 o'clock against Duke in Dur
ham. The Jayvees, who are improv
ing in every game, have defeated
Elon, Raleigh High and Wake
Forest this year, and lost to the
Deacons in an earlier game. Their
most impressive game was easily
the victory over the Deacs.
Coach Earl Ruth stated Joe
Moser, Chuck Ellen wood, John
Dittmar, Floyd Propst, and Skip
Winstead against Wake Forest and
Albert Long and Buell Mosier.
Propst has been the Tar Heels'
most effective scorer this . year,
and have held the opposition to
an average of 58 points.
M U R A LS
57 Zeta Psi 3 Pi Kap Phi 2 10
67 Emerson Winston 4 31
54 Chem Club Ruifin 2 27
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28 Victory Village ... ld East 22
56 Winston 2 ... NROTC 2 8
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LATE SHOW TONIGHT-
Win Of Year
The Carolina wrestling team,
which hasn't been able to beat
Virginia Tech since 1947, will try
again tonight in Woollen Gym at
8 o'clock, and the Tar Heels, who
have a victory over Davidson this
year, think they can do it.
Coach Sam Barnes says, "Its
about time we beat VPI. They
seem to have a jinx on Carolina.
The fact that we have had a meet
ought to help us." .
Little is known of the Gobblers,
who are opening their season un
der a new coach. The Tar Heels'
jump in experience is counted on
to help them.
Six Sophs Start
Carolina will start a team of six
sophomores and two seniors, with
Joe Parish 130 pounds) and Clyde
Watson (137 pounds) being two
new men who . will definitely
start. Ed Haines (147 pounds),
Harvey Bradshaw', (167 pounds)
and Bill Hill (177 pounds) are
other men who will be moved
into the lineup if they can make
the weight requirements.
Veterans Chigger Quails and
Captain Tommy Coxe and Andy
Holt will start at those three
positions if any of the' men fail
to make the weight.
Qther starters for Carolina will
be Tom Stokes in the 157 pound
class and Harold Butts in the
heavyweight division. Both boys
were stars on last year's freshman
UNC Has Won One
The Tar Heels have already bet
tered the record of last year's
winless team and a win tonight
would give them a record which
would equal the best in three
years. The meet with the Gobblers
is the second conference meet of
the year for the Tar Heels, who
have previously beaten Davidson.
Carolina will need to rest some
of their men, for the team wres
tles Washington and Lee and Vir
ginia Military next Friday and
Saturday, on a trip into Virginia.
The Generals and Keydets are
among the best teams in the conference.
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First Place In.SC Standings
by Ed Starnes
Carolina's basketball team not
only lost the first conference game
of the season Thursday night,
but in doing so it lost its first
place standing' in the Southern
. The Tar Heel's defeat left them
with a 5-1 record inside the con
ference to put them in a second
place tie with West Virginia who
has the same record.
N. Cf State moved into un
disputed first place with a 6-0
record. Carolina meets State on
January 26 in Woollen Gym.
Carolina's surprisingly poor
showing "against Wake Forest
could be laid to the poor average
from the floor. Outside of Al
Lifson, no Carolina player could
score consistantly from the court.
Lifson hit on 6 of 14 shots against
the Deacons, the only Tar Heel
to come anywhere close to a good
What was probably the most
partisan crowd of the season at
home or away watched the game,'
with 2,000 rabid Deacon' fans
jamming every corner of Gore
Gymnasium, cheering every move
of its fair-haired cagers.
The noise became especially
loud when Dick Hemric, fresh
man center, scored a point. The
big kid from Jonesville, N. C,
had a bad night scoring only 12
points, 6 of that on foul 'shots.
Carolina used a special defense
against Hemric, who was averag
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ing 20.1 points per game befaro
the content. Paul Likins played a
stationary position on his left
and Howard Deasy did the sarao
on the right. Jack Wallace moved
up and down in the center of tha
key. This three-man defense did
its job well, as is shown by tha
fact that Likins got 18 rebound
by far his best night of the yess.
The conference standings could
change quite a bit in the nesS
few days. State runs into William
and Mary in Raleigh Saturday
night. The Indians are . supposed
to be a "sleeper" in this year's
Carolina meets Davidson on
Monday night here, and Carolina
will be favored to get back fca,
the Winning column.
, Immediately after the David
son, Carolina takes a swing
through the North," playing Mary
land a return .engagement in
College Park, Md., on the 18th,
and Temple in Convention Hall,
Philadelphia on the 19th.
A basketball club for girls hv
terested in playing invitational
games against other schools be
gins practicing Monday at 4 p. m,
Regular meetings for this club
will be Monday and Wednesday
at that time. The club is open to
both graduate and undergraduate
Nancy Woodruff is the student
head of the club.
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