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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1952
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Groat Get s
22-UNG ; ;::
by Ed Siarnes
A last quarter drive by the
Carolina basketball team fell
short in the last minute and Duke
won a 73-66 thriller before 6,000
cheering fans in Woollen Gym
Trailing by a 62-46 margin go
ing into" the final period, the Tar
Heels suddenly started scoring
and brought the score up to 71-66
with a minute left to play in
the game. Duke pulled "a success
ful freezeto hold on to its narrow
Dick Groat and Rudy D'Emilio
sparked the Blue Devils in the
first half to a 41-28 lead. Groat
scored 17 points in the first half
and D'Emilio- hit for' 17.
Groat took personal charge of
the game in the third quarter by
scoring nine points as the Blue
Devils raised its margin. It was
the All-American guard who did
most " of the fine ball-handling
during Duke's freeze, at the end
of the game. "
Jack Wallace, Al Lifson, and
substitute Bob Phillips were the
instigators of the Tar Heels rush
for a victory. Wallace picked up
six points in the drive, Lifson
four, and Phillips six.
There were three minutes left
Sn the game and Duke had a safe
71-61 lead when Carolina made its
final bid for a win. Phillips drove
under the basket for a layup, and
it was followed 'seconds later by
Cooper Taylor's free throw.
Phillips again flipped in a layup
to put Carolina but five points
back, 71-66. It was then that the
Blue Devils put on the freeze.
Groat and D'Emilio scored 52
of Duke's 73 points. Groat took
the games scoring honors with 27,
while D'Emilio scored 25. The
Blue Devil's senior captain from
Swissvale, Pa., put on a brilliant
scoring exhibition for the fans,
but it was D'Emilio, a 5 foot 11
inch sophomore guard from
Philadelphia, Pa., who drew the
greatest applause from the crowd.
In the first half D'Emilio hit
on 8 of 17 shots from the floor
and made, good on the only free
throw he was awarded. .
Al Lifson, the Tar Heels sen
sational freshman, took high
scoring honors for Carolina with
22 points. Jack Wallace netted 14
for second place, and Phillips
scored 10. "
A portion of the first half was
dedicated to; the theme of 'how
not; to play - Basketball c;Both
Carolina and - Duke i; had trouble
holding onto the baU and making
a decent pass while the " fans
roared with iaughter -at, the futile
attempts to. calm the 'game down.
FG FT PF TP
lifsort. f .
7 0 4 : 14
9 4' ;5 22
, Gaines, f - 1
Likins, c - s0
Schwarz, c - . t
Carter, c 3
. 2 2
: 2 4
ueasy, g ...
Phillips, II 3 4
Taylor, g ...... 4-1 J r
Grimaldi, g 1 ' 1
TOTALS 26 14 28 6
ryuke - ra FT PF TP
Janickl, . f .
Crowder, f :
Groat, g ...
27 39 2D " ,W
Heferecs: Elsinstien and Tax.
Score at the half : 41-23 XHike.
. . 3 1 5 7
2 0 4 4
... 0 13 1
' 1 2 4 4
.. 0, .2.2 2
10 5 4 ' 25
.10 . 7 . . 27
0 0 0 , 0
1 12 3
RUDY D'EMILIO, Duke flashy
poinls in ihe Blue Devil's 73-66
by Walt McFall
Students and spectators at the
Carolina Duke basketball game
here last night honored the mem
bers of Carolina's famous South
ern champion basketball teams of
1922, 1924, 1925, and 1926 which
were holding a reunion here.
The group, which was intro
duced by publicicist Jake Wade,
was headed by Jack Cobb and
Cartwright Carmichael, Caro
lina's first two basketball All
Americans, and ''Monk" McDon
ald, a great All-Southern star
who earned 12 monograms in
three sports here.
Those who attended, the reun-
in were: Harold" Winifield Bar
ber, Charlotte,; Richard Cart-
wrieht Carmichael, Durham; Wil
liam Donald" Carmichael, Jr.,
Cjiapel Hill; John Black well
Cobb. Washington, N. C; William
Andrew Dodderer, Atlanta; Wil
liam Augusts Devin, Jr., Silver
Springs, Md.; . Bunn Washington
Hacknev. Jr.. High 'Point; Troy
Ausborne r Johnston, Greensboro;
Samuel Howard McDnald? Char
lotte. : .
Abe Bernard Nelman, Sumter,
S, C. ; Arthur Howell Newcombe,
Charlotte; Sidney Curtis . Perry,
Durham; James; Wyche Poole,.
Greensboro; James! Harold Line
berger, Belmont; Henry , Abel
Lineberger, Belmont; John i Bry
an London, Charlotte; DrL Angus
Morris McDonald, , Charlotte ;
WeLL.TIEKE'S NO US MmH'TOttB
a? jus ecrt to 3m
7V7T i tm-t n ia' finrr to bso jr.it
sophomore guard who scored 25
win last night.
John Raymond Purser, Charlotte;
Edward Bretney Smith, Ashe
ville; and Uoyd Preston Wil
The only four lettermen who
were unable to attend the re
union were Carl Campen Mah
ler, Charlotte; William Alfred
Vanstory, East Orange, N. J., and
Winton Wallace Green, Tampa,
Yesterday afternoon the "Old
Champions" attended a luncheon
given in their honor at the Mono
gram Club. Later in the afternoon
a party was given for them by
Mr. and Mrs. W. D Carmichael,
Jr. Mr. Carmichael is the vice
president . of the University and
played on both the 1920 and 1922
A buffet supper was held be
fore the game in the Morehead
Building, and after supper they
were taken to Woollen's Gym
nasium where they were met by
members of the Monogram Club.
The "Old Champions" were seat
ed in a special section behind the
press box, which was decorated
in Blue and White.
After the game they were
party guests of Tom Scott's and
Jake Wade's at Mr. Wade's home.
Taylor Thome and Simon Ter
rell, former Carolina basketball
players, are officiating the sport
Wn mat alwavs thb mT
6JN OF SFif IS AN V A
S "IHE COW, MiSTpk
mm 1 . -Vl .. I ""IiINi;. 'V l ' i ,
Byi-79-66; Cashman Hits'30
Duke forward Cashmen - went
went on' a. second half scoring
spree to give the Duke Blue Dev
il Junior Varsity a 79-66 victory
over Carolina at Woollen Gym
last night, scoring thirty points
during the evening, eighteen in
the second half. , -
The half ended with Duke on
the short end of a 37-31 score, but
the Blue Devils roared back in
the third period, o uts cored the
Tar Heels 25-14, and went into
the lead to stay.
Carolina had a scoring spree
of their own in the second quar
ter when Buell Moser scored 12
points to overcome a deficit and
give the Tar Heels their half
time edge. Moser was second high
scorer of the game .with. 21 points.
Duke took the lead and held it
for the first period, but then Car
olina scored on five successive
fast breaks, missed one and then
scored three .more. Moser and
Paul Brantly accounted for most
of the points in the high-scoring
period. . -
Carolina had trouble getting
their fast break off after the half,
w owe thing itffs
spy rif enough to hove an esdret day
once m owhile ond cviery day
com rats when you hove o-bmshel -of
, good books to reod
For onothep it brings St, Valentines
Day, .ond we're pushovers, for ro-monce.
iss up. Even dry fid -Aristotle upon
Nthe shelf has shaken off a litfedusf
and edged over to where he coesfd be
reached by MollTlanders..
Yes sir these February evenings are"
jyst right for a browse a deyn in the
cosy old bookshop. Gome join the .
in, won t
The Brrsfrimote 'Bookshop
205 E. Franklin St.' Open till. f:30
JOB WITH A PAT OLD PARTY IN A
PD CU1T, PULLIN'HIM AKOUNP ,
IN A 6Af?ieH AN'eAUJ.r ,
and Duke began scoring - from
the floor with regularity. The
Blue Devils, led by Cashman and
center Lemley who scored 17
points, kept increasing their mar
gin until they led by 10 points
midway in the fourth quarter.
Duke froze the ball during the
last two minutes but- still man
aged to score three points and the
game ended, 79-66, Duke.
Carolina P03. - Duke
Ellenwood F ...... q Kkiff
Long (6) G no Petei
Brantley 9) ...... G ...I. t) ?S?
Substitutions : ' : Carolina Mosier (7) ,
Wmstead (6), Dixon (4), Dittmar
Tincannon, -Prescott. Duke Turner
(3), Carter (5), Brewer 1).
Half time score; 37-31, Carolina.
THURSDAY'S TABLE TENNIS "
2 Winston 1 Ruff in 1
3 Lewis Connor 10
3 - Victory. .Village Stacy 2 0
1 ?i.u Kap Si 1 Phi Delt 3 fi
3 Alexander Ay cock 0 ?
3 Sig Chi 1 pj Lamb 3
? ilgPM Pi Larnb 1
2 Ruifm Connor 1
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