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-i HI? DAILY AK HEEL
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1932
Jayvee Swimmers : Deteaf
Richmond.' YMC A, 45-30
By Jid Thompson :
Carolina's Jayvee swimming
team won handily over the Rich
mond YMCA mermen, 45-30, in
the Bowman-Gray pool yesterday.
The freshman-predominated Tar
Keel squad took six - of - nine
events against the Richmond
team, composed of youngsters
under eighteen years! " .
Wilson James of the YMCA
took scoring honors with eleven
points. He beat Chapel . Hill's
Charlie Wolf by a length to win
the 200-yard freestyle in 2:03.7.
James trailed Carolina's Dick
Alexander to the finishline in the
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50-yard freestyle to take second
in 25.0 seconds." He also came
back 'to place second in the 100
yard freestyle behind John Brad
ish of UNC.
Bob Linker and - Smith Jewell,
both from Carolina, finished the
100-yard backstroke in a dead
heat with, a time of 1:04.6; how
ever two judges called it a tie
and the third broke it by "calling
Linker the victor.
The Tar Heel 150-yard medley
relay team was disqualified when
anchorman Hugh Gale jumped
the gun- to give Richmond the
50-yard freestyle 1. R. Alexander
(UNC). 2. W. James (R). 3. Gale)
(UNC). Time 1:07 it.
200-yard freestyle 1. W. James (It) ;
2. Wolf (UNO, 3. Hamrick (UNC).
100-yard backstroke' 1. Linker
(UNO. 2. Jevell (UNC). 3. Magill (R).
100-yard freestyle 1. Bradish (UNC),
2. W. James (R), 3. Widoff (UNC).
Time i 56 1
Diving: 1. Woods (UNO, 2. Garnett
(R). 3. Hill (R). 50.1 points.
150-yard individual medley 1. Jay
Alexander (UNC). 2. Gill (UNC), 3.
D. James (R). Time: 1:47.3.
150-yard medley relay 1. Richmond
YMCA (Saunders, Magill. West) Time:
1:32.5 (Carolina disqualified)
200-yard freestyle relay 1. Carolina
(Bradish. Widoff. R. Alexander, Jew
ell. Bradish). Time: 1:41.3.
In Duke Coupons -.:'
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" All students who wish to at
tend the Carolina-Duke' basket
ball game here Friday night
must turn in their passbook
Coupon for a ticket tomorrow,
Tuesday, and Wednesday at the
Woollen Gym Ticket office.
or just another Valentine's Day you'll
want to please4 the object of your af
fections with a special remembrance.
A Gift of Lovely
Will Always Please.
U NIVE US IT Y.. FLORIST
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Monday Table Tennis
4:00 ATO 3 vs Sifif Chi 3; 4:30 Kap
Sig 3 vs Chi Phi 1; 5:00 TEP 1 vs Phi
Delt 3; 5:30 Si Nu 4 vs DKE 2; 7:00
Zeta Psi 1 vs KA 2; 7:30 Phi Gam 4
vs PiKA 4; 8:30 Si g Chi 2 vs Pi Lamb
Stare Jayvees Bern Carolina,
69-47, In Second Half Rout
N.C. State's Junior Varsity,
paced by forward Jim Stevenson,
led (Carolina's Jay vees all the way
last night, and trounced the m Tar
Heels, 69-47 on the Carolina court.
Stevenson pumped shots - in
from all over the court, making
13 field goals and six out of nine
free throws to lead the scoring
column with 32 points. Skippy
Winstead was high scorer for
for Carolina with 12 points,' but
State's other forward, " Lawrence,
was second high for the evening,
The Tar Heels couldn't stop
Stevenson with any kind of de
fense, and the Wolfpack. jumped
into the lead from the begining
and never relinquished it. Caro
lina stayed ; within 11 points of
State during the first half, , the
Wolfpack commanding a 35-24
lead at half time.
State's superior height, was a
deciding influence in the game,
with" the Wolfpack commanding
both backboards allevening.
North Carolina Pos. Stat
Winstead (12) -F... (32) Stevenson
Propst (6) F . (14) Laurence
Moser (5) C .... (11) Knapp
Long (6) . G ...... (5) Applebaum
Mosier (1) ..... G...: (3) Hartsaw
Score at half time: Carolina. 24. State,
Substitutions: Carolina Dittmar (2).
Brantley (8). Fincannon (3), Prescotfe
(4); Dixon. Kingsbury. Nellson. Ellen
wood. State Kincaid (4). Cariness,
McDonald, Johnson, Green. Buckner,
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