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CHAPEL HILL, N. C. SW&DAY, JANUARY 27, 1952
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by Ed Siarnos
State l akes Carolina Bershak Scholarship Will Be Continued
e Tilt Despite Loss of Fraternity Men, IFC Says
Despite a large decrease in the
N. C. State's vaunted basketball team scored five points L.. Mr, ,c . Tntow
in the overtime period tK defeat Carolina 58-53 last night Council has voted to continue
before a jammed Woollen Gym crowd of 6,000 who screamed awarding the $2,000-f our year An
with oy as the underdog Tar Heels almost upset the Wolfpack. drew Bershak scholarship, John
ui uv-uaxiau, ouvnmc avavc ui wara, aroppea m a Robison, president, announced
foul shot with 3:30 left in the overtime period to give the yesterday.
woupacK us winning point, a snort pusn snot by Dickie Tyler There was some question as to
seconds later put State beyond the reach of the Tar Heels, whether the $500 annual stipend
Lee Terrill made a layup with 25-seconds remaining in the would be continued as member-
Jack Wallace and Al Lifson
sparked a Carolina drive in the
third quarter that stretched a 29
27 halftime lead to 48-40 at the
end of the third period.
Wallace Gets Ten
Wallace scored six foul shots
and two shots from the floor in
that quarter for ten points as Car
olina seemingly took command of
the contest. Lifson sank three
beautiful set shots.
Pete Jackmowski, a 6-feet-three
inch guard from Brooklyn, N. Y.,
scored five points as the final
quarter began and Terrill and
Speight both scored two to nar
row Carolina's lead to 51-48.
Buchanan hit a foul shot and
Lee Terrill dropped in a layup
with 4:15 left in the contest to
tie the game up 51-all.
Tyler dropped in a foul shot a
few seconds later to give the Red
and White clad cagers a 52-51
edge, but Lifson scored on a set
shot from the side to move Car
olina ahead 53-52.
Mel Thompson, Wolfpack cen
ter, made a foul shot with two
minutes left in the contest to tie
it up, 53-53.
Carolina froze the ball for the
last two minutes and Vince Gri
maldi took a set shot with 25
seconds left but missed. State got
control of the ball but didn't have
time to get a f- away.
Nip and Tuck
The first half was a nip and
tuck affair with the score tied
11 times. No team ever held more
than a two point advantage in the
first quarter which ended 14-14
Jack Wallace took scoring hon
ors for the game with 18- points,
and Al Lifson hit for 17. Lee Ter
rill led the Wolfpack with 17
Grimaldi and Speight collected 10
The win moves State further
ahead in the Southern Conference
race with a perfect 8-0 record.
Carolina now boasts a 6-3 loop
mark and a 11-7 overall record
for the season.
Wallace, . .. 4
Lifson. f 7
Carter. C 0
Liklns. C .. 1
Deasy. G - 2
Phillips. C , 0
Taylor. G ... .
Grimaldi. G ' 5
TOTALS J 9
N. C. STATE FG
Brandenberg, F .0
Kukoy. F 3
Speight. F .. ........ 3
Thompson. C ...
Cos.?, C -.... .......
Terrill. O . .
Yurin. G .... 1
Jackmowski. G - -
TOTALS ' 20
Score at half: 29-27., Carolina; Ref
erees: Bello and Zll
throws missed : Tr.SSrlSS
rilL Wallace 5. fcsm I. Deasy, Grimai
-:":-:-':: - -;::-:
FT PF TP
0 5 18
3 2 17
0 0 0
0 3 2
2 5 6
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 1 10
16 16 53
FT PF TP
1 o i
0 2 6
4 ' 5 10
1 2 5
0 1 ' 2
0 2 4
?5 4, M
2 4 i
0 2 0
2 1 1
18 24 53
ship has decreased considerably
since the Korean War.
Established in memory of An
drew A. Bershak, . all-american
football star and student leader
who graduated in 1938, the schol
arship grants $2,000 covering four
years and subject to continuance
of high standards by the recipient
in his University work.
Qualifications for the award in
clude ability shown by a good
scholastic record and extracurri-
ulac. activity, character, and fi
nancial need. Any high school stu
dent who wishes to apply should
write Student Aid Office, Univer
sity of North Carolina, Box 1330,
Present Bershak holders are
Stewart Mooring,' first year medi
cine student of La Grange; Arch
Fort, junior, Oxford; Lloyd Ennis,
Salisbury freshman, and Robert
Hyatt, freshman, Cherokee. Moor
ing is a Phi Beta Kappa member
while Fort has a straight A rec
ord. Ennis is in Phi Etta Sigma,
freshman honorary academic so
ciety. . The Bershak scholarship has
been awarded four times since its
inception in 1948. Each fraternity
man contributes about $1.75 to
wards the sum, an increase over
last year's amount.
Before he died of nephritis (kid
ney disease), in 1942, Barshak
served as an assistant football
coach and tutor. While a student,
he was a member of the Orders
of Grail and Golden Fleece and
was president of the Athletic As
sociation. A radio show, "Remem
ber Me" was produced on the
University Hour by the Communi
cation Center last year. The pro
gram dramatized Barshak'-s life
and told of the last years of his
life,when he knew he had an in
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. . nets ten points
Carolina's unaccredited journa
lism school will move to Howell
hall when the new pharmacy
building, next on the University's
construction schedule, is built, the
State's newspapermen were told
Holt McPherson, president of
the Journalism Foundation, said
yesterday, in a speech before the
closing session of the State News
paper institute here, that the
move will be made when the old
pharmacy building becomes avail
The local journalism school was
bypassed last week when the
American Council on Education
for Journalism (ACEJ) gave its
stamp of approval to schools and
departments in 40 degree-granting
colleges and universities in
the United States. "
When representatives of the
ACEJ appraised the local journal
ism department in 1949 they re-
Dates for the summer session , . f . . f Hpflripnoips
of 1952 were announced yesterday mcluded madequate ubrary and
by Guy B. Phillips, director and nbrary space, no typograph-
the summer session. j al laboratory, and insufficient
First term will be June 10 to space in general.
Julv 15 and second term will con- Now sharing tne small liynum
tinue from July 16 througn vug-
USt U. I . lij tv TT Ti
I ana me vjinversny riess. nuweu.
hall is a larger buUding and the
two terms will be equivalent to move expected to solve the
one full quarter of academic worK. . space problem.
Students may register for one or McPherson told the newspaper-
both terms, although much ot tne men yesterday that the State's
undergraduate work will continue press needs to do a systematic
as a unit throughout the twelve -Qb of attractmg into journalism
week period. bright young men and women
Integral phases of the session who see inewspapering adedi
Annual Carolina cation to the pubhc service that
Folic Festival, the French House, makes it a way of life than mere-
roils. c3"""' , .. I itf o mpan? tn parnmffa reason-
the English Institute, ana u v - --.- "
:ne "TSj..: wnrkshoo. - ably good hvmg." .
Meaun Although the newspaper busi-
A catalogue will be available ness neither decadent nor has
about March 1 and will list the lost ideals or its idealism, how
arinii! courses which will be of- ionS t continues that way de-
fered at graduate and undergradu- pends more upon the kind of men
ate levels. and women of the next generation
t!H H ;L . . who will have it in charge, he
Students wishing to attend the
l - . J..U orrU rat ions S-AiU.
session snouxu suuim.
THE ROSE OF DELTA PI, Miss Dot Briggs of Asheville, was
crowned at the fraternity's annual pledge dance held last Saturday
night in the Woman's Gym. Miss Briggs, who was escorted by Delta
Sig Headmaster Dick Hart of Asheville, was chosen as queen by Mr.
and Mrs. Kay Kyser. She was presented with a dozen American
Beauty Roses and a crown of roses. Miss Briggs is a sophomore at
Meredith College in Raleigh. Pictured with the Rose of Delta Sigma
Pi is little Miss Wynette McNeill, six year old daughter of Delta Sig
Senior Warden and Mrs. J. G. McNeill, who was chosen by the fra
ternity as the "Rosebud of Delta Sigma Pi." Music for the dance,
which was held from 9 until 12 o'clock, was furnished by Frank
Wright and his orchestra.
Members of the pledge class, who with their dates were presented
during intermission, are Bob Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; Roy Dick
son, Salisbury; Lofton Fouts, Mamers; Lee Gore, Zypherhills, Fla.;
Garland Kirby, Charlotte; Rob Kirkland, Durham; Jack Piatt, Med
ford, Conn.; Bill Poindexter, Winston-Salem, and Francis Trogden,
to Director Phillips.
GIVE DIMES NOVA
He explained that a start is be
ing made, .but no more than a
start, in rising to the obligation to
educate through the Journalism
Foundation which he said envis
ions a better housed and equipped
The Student Party will meet to
morrow night at 8 o'clock in Ro
land Parker lounge 2. All mem
bers are asked to attend.
Monogram Club Meeting
There will be a meeting of the
Monogram Club tomorrow at 7:30
journalism school here.
"I hope that the press will rise
to its challenge to educate by put
ting behind the school the kind of
support it needs and to which it
all along been entitled," he said.
p.m. in the Monogram Club Room.
All new lettermen of fall sports
are urged to attend.
Dr. G. R. MacCarthy of the
geology department will give an
illustrated talk on Alaska at 8
o'clock tomorrow night in room
112 New East Building.
Dr. MacCarthy will show some
of his recent kodachrome slides
of the Alaskan area taken vhil5
he was there. The public ii wel
come. ; !