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Olympic Star
Allan Stack
Gets 2 Firsts
By Jid Thompson
Allen Stack and Charlie Steph
anos treated a packed house at the
Bowman-Gray pool yesterday to
an exibition of All-American
swimming style, but their Bain
bridge Naval Station Olympic
gquad succumbed to the depth of
Coach Dick Jamerson's Tar Heel
squad to the score of 54-30.
Stack, former Yaie University
All-America and holder of seven
world's backstroke records, won
two events in leisurely fashion
the 150-yard individual medley in
the time of 1:39.5 and the 200
yard backstroke in 2:17.8. ,
Stephanos, former Ohio State
All-America, likewise won two
first places. He nipped Carolina's
Donnie Evans by a yard to take
the 220-yard freestyle, in 2:14.5
and glided home five lengths
ahead of UNC's Cecil Milton in
taking the 440-yard freestyle in
5:0.4. .
Carolina's 300-yard medley re
lay team, composed of Buddy Ba
arcke, Barry Wall and Buddy
Heins, won with a thrilling finish
in the meet opener when Heins
overcame a two length deficit to
beat Bainbridge's Bailey to the
finish line by inches. The time
ior the event was 2:58.2.
In another thriller Dick Levy,
Carolina's conference champion,
won the 50-yard freestyle in a
photo-finish in 24.0 seconds with
team mate Kirby Ambler "and
Navy's Bill Hogan breathing
down his back. ;
Stan Tinkham of the Tar Heels
nosed out team mate Jack Ed
wards by a foot margin to win the
100-yard freestyle in 53.8 seconds.
UNC's Barry Wall nipped Bain
bridge's Robert Dunlap by one
yard in the 200-yard breaststroke.
The Carolina Tar Heels de
feated a fine Fori Bragg team
here last night, 73 to 63.
The Tar Heels were never
headed after a quick 10 to 0
lead, in the first period. The
locals enjoyed a comfortable
margin at the half, 44 to 28.
High scorer for the night
was Carl Braun of the visi
tors. Braun, a former N. Y.
Knickerbocker star, tossed in
a grand total of 35 points. In
cluded in this mark were 11
for 11 free throws.
Lifson was top man for the
Tar Heels with 18. Deasy and
Grimaldi were tied for runner
up honors with 14 each.
The next meeting for the
local cagers is Saturday night
with the neighboring N. C.
State team.
His time was 2:33.8.
Joe Kelsd, who has placed first
in every Carolina meet this sea
son, took top honors in the div
ing, racking up 99.8 points. He re
ceived strong competition from
Navy's Blackburn and Tar Heel
co-captain R. S. White on the
high board.
In the 400-yard relay Stephanos,
swimming anchor, almost made
up a twenty-five yard lead held by
Carolina's John Bradish, but the
Tar Heel team managed to grab.
this last event. Stephanos had
just completed the 440 freestyle.
300 yd. medley relay (Baarcke, Wall.
Heins), 2:53.2. 220-yd. freestyle
Stephanos (B) , Evans (C). Shannon
(C). 2:14.5. 50-yd. freestyle Levy (C),
Hogan (B), Ambler (C), 24.0. I50-yd.
individual medley Stack (B), Heeman
C). Higgins (C). 1:39.5. Diving Kel
so. (C). Blackburn (B). White C).
99.8 points. 100-yd. freestyle Tinkham
(C), Edwards C), Hogan (B), 53.8.
200-yd. backstroke Stack (B), Baarcke
(C), Heeman (C), 2:17.8. 200-yd.
breaststroke Wall (C), Dunlap (B),
Higgins (C). 2:33.8. 440-yd. freestyle
Stephanos (B). Milton C), Wolf C).
5:0.4. 400-yd. relay Carolina (Heyn. J.
Alexander, R. Alexander, Bradish),
Cagers Hor? To Rtee In SC
Race At Expense Of State
By Ed Siarnes
Carolina's surprising cagers, at
present resting in a third place tie
in the Southern Conference with
George Washington U.'t have an
excellent chance to. move nearer
the top Saturday night when they
will play host to N. C. State's
first place Wolf pack.
The Tar Heels were in a tie
with State until the Wake Forest
upset of two weeks ago, and the
defeat at the hands , of Maryland
last Friday moved Carolina fur
ther away from the crown.
The local five will have its best
chance in recent years of upset
ting Coach Ernie Case's hard
wooders who have had a tough
time of it this season.
Although it holds a perfect 7-0
record in the conference, the Pack
has dropped five of nine intersec
tional games. State tangles with
Loyola of Baltimore in Raleigh to
night, then has a layoff until the
Carolina game this weekend.
Carolina's rise to the top of the
conference can be based on . the
play of two freshmen, Al Lifson,
Greensboro Daily News Athlete of
the Week, and Paul Likins, tow
ering center.
Lifson was expected to be a
good ball player, but few realized
he would do as well as he has.
And Likins, figured to be a year
away, has turned in many fine
games under . the boards, and
recently has become a top scorer.
Wallace, Deasey, and Grimaldi
haven't been steady performers,
but if they play a good game, Car
olina could take measure of State
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for the first time in five years.
Lee Terrill is the most' consis
tent performer for State. One of
the holdovers from the old teams,
Terrill gives Case the floor lead
er and play-maker he needs. A
good scorer, the 6'0" Terrill is the
shortest man on the squad which
bulges with men over 6'4".
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Carolina was honored with
its first All-American of lhe
year yesterday when Eddie
Foy. inside right and co-captain
of lhe soccer team, was selected
on the honorary squad.
Foy was notified of his selec
tion in a telegram from coach
Allan Moore who is attending
the annual convention of
coaches and referees in New
York City, where the teams
are picked.
4:00 Court 1 AKP'si 1 vs Theta CM
1: 2 Phi Delt 3 vs ZBT: 3 Manley 2
vs Winston 4; 4 Conner 1 vs Emerson.
5:00 Court 1 Battle vs Md. Sen. 3;
2 Dental Sch. 3 vs Conner 2; 3 Sig
Nn 1 vs DKE 1; 4 Dental Sch. 2 vs
Ruffin 1.
7:00 Court 1 Stacy vs Med. Sch. 2i
2 Alex 2 vs Med. Sen, 4; 3 NROTC 3
vs Aycoek 1; 4 Med. Sch. 1 vs Win
Eton 3.
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grew; 2 Everette -1 vs Winston 2; 3
Joyner 1 vs Alexander 1; 4 Chem Club
vs Everette 2.
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Next time you stop' in the In
timate Bookshop, take a looJi
at the old book corner, back
by the text department.
You'll find the darnest hodge
podge of odd books you ever
set eyes on. Prices ranee from
a rare North Carolina history
at $45.00 down to a big section
of old stuff at 48c. In the lat
ter group, by the jvay several
customers have assured us
that they have nicked off rare
treasures. Maybe, so. If they
did, it was in spite of our ef
forts, and you may do the
While we are particularly
proud of our North Carolina
books, there are quite a few
nice items outside of that
field priced reasonably con
sidering that they are titles
that only show, up in a shop
every two or three years. We'll
leave you to find them fox
yourselves, , because half the
fun of old books buying or
selling is the quality ol
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