n 7 ?n7 " ii Allen Stack, Olympic Star, Leads Navy by Bill Peacock " Th.e Carolina swimming team, which has polished off four con ference foes this year with no dif ficulty, meets a fine team from the Bainbridge Md., Naval Station today at 4:30 p.m. in Bowman Gray pool. The Navy team is led by Allen Stack, the former Yale and Olympic star who will be shoot ing for Jimmy Thomas' pool hackstrdke record. The Carolina ace set the record at 2:09.8 which Stack could challenge if he is in top condition. He holds the American long course record in the 100-yard backstroke at 59.7. Stack, a six-foot, five-inch j giant, will have to go some to I better Thomas's, best perform-j ance 2:08.2, which was a collegi- I ate record until 1951 when Jack j Taylor bettered it. Stack holds world masks in the 150-yard, 100 meter, and 200-meter backstroke events. The Top Races Two of the top races of the day should be the 20 and 440-yard freestyle's where Carolina's Don nie Evans and Cecil Milton meet Charles Stephanos, former Ohio State All-American sprinter, Stephanos placed second in the AAU and Intercollegiate meets last year, while, Evans and Milton are among the top men in the South in their event. Stephanos has done the 220 in 2:11.4 while Evans hasjlone 2: 16.5 and Milton 2:18 this year. Another star for the Navy -is Bill Ballou, the 100-yard freestyle champion of the Middle Atlantic Conference. He will swim against Jack Edwards and Buddy Heins of Carolina in that event and may team with Stack against Baarcke in the backstroke. James Blake, All-America high scheoistar from Lodi, N. J. and Henry ,' Dauroe, 19-year -breast-stroker, are two. other stars. Daume will be opposed by Caro lina's Barry Wall in the breast stroke. Rely on Lery The Tar Heels will rely on Rick T,fw the conference record- ; holder, in the 50-yard dash and j Evans and Baarcke in the in- j dividual medley, and Joe Kelso, , who is improving each meet, m the diving. - Carolina's fine relay teams, both of which are hoping to set conference records this year, give the Tar Keels added strength. The 300-yard medley relay team will be composed of Baarcke, Wall and Buddy Heins, and the 400-yard relay team will be composed of Stan Tinkham, Heins, Edords, ahd Evans. The Tar Heels go into the meet with four straight wins this 19 consecutive wins, the last one be ing a 57-2 victory over Emory. B"ainbridge defeated 50-34 this year and last night met State in Raleigh. Carolina coaches Dick Jamer son and Ralph Casey attended the meet last night and got a line on the Gobs and the Wolf pack, the team rated the best chance of stripping Khe Tar. Heels of their conf&enct: championship. There twill be no admission charge for the meet, but there will: be a collection place for money for the arch;cf Dimes.- UNC Champion Cage Teams Will Hold Reunion Here The visitors will be the guests of the University Athletic Associ ation at a dinner at the Mono gram Club before the game in one of several functions planned in their honor. Four of finest basketball teams of the old days will hold a re union here Friday, February 1, the night the current Tar Heels meet Duke's Blue Devils in Wool len Gymnasium. They axe the 1922, 1924,' 1925 and 1926 combinations, " -which won Southern championships in the old tournaments held in At lanta, which embraced what is now the Southeastern conference, the Southern conference and the S. L A. A. The players, numbering 18, along with their coaches and managers, have been invited to the game by Coach Tom Scott and will be in troduced between halves. In Scott's invitation to the "old chr.mpions" he :svrote: "We be lieve you would enjoy an evening with your old teammates. You must know that yours was a col orful saga in the JJniversity's basketball history and is now a part of Carolina's athletic tradition." EVENING and WEDDING GOWNS And All Types of Formats Beautifully Cleaned CH EE f DRY CLEAN EflS 720 9th Durham 8-1227 LAST TIMES TODAY -Buri Lancasier TEN TALLYMEN'!' Wednesday and Thursday THE SCREEN'S STRANGEST LOVE r" STORY k -X- " fist? aw-sr -1 - A .-7f- .tnBf:: V. m1 mSsB 'ri'T"''-"' a-h--:.... -J-J-rntIltnia.gl -J...-... ,,.I1 Produced by JOHN HOUSEMAN Directed by NICHOLAS RAY Screenplay by A. 1. BEZZERiDES 1 ffjP "i i -for me TourAr' cuaVtty1. ii znoVz, That's why Luckies taste 'tk Happy-Go Lucky! Get a BR It takes fine tobacco to give you a better tasting cigarette. And Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. But it takes some-; thing else, too superior workmanship: You get fine, light, mild, good-tasting tobacco in the better-made cigarette. better. So, Be a carton today! Alan - jrrof reroisj Tjnrversi For .4e NV.F-T- r v P.T- f 5 Means Rne TBfecco 2. I v " i 1 U ':'J ; (-7 j i C G -A R T J CA.1U r x o v -

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