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SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1952
THE DAM TAK HEEL
rad'c I if
Duke Beats Carolina For 2nd
Sam Jordan Ties For First
by Frank Allston. Jr.
After sixteen unsuccessful attempts, the University of
Maryland finally won the South's most outstanding track
meet, taking the Southern Conference Indoor Games champ
ionship before a near-capacity crowd in Woollen Gymnasium
here last night. ,
Scoring 374 points to 31 for second-place Duke, the Terps
took a lead early in the meet ' '-' -e
and fought it out with the Blue
Devils throughout the evening.
Carolina, defending champions for
the last seven years, finished third
with 19 points.
Alabama's powerful tracksters
collected 36 points to finish far
ahead of second-place Georgia
Tech in the non-Conference di-
Maryland Coach Jim Kehoe
credited Dick Lentz's first-place
tie in the high jump as the turn
ing point of the meet. Although
ahead from the start, Kehoe
termed his team's spirit "very
low" Until the high jump results
were turned in.
Big Jack Unterkofler staked
Maryland to an early lead in the
meet by overtaking Carolina's
Tom Higgins to win the confer
ence shot put with a 46 ft. 8 78
in. throw Alabama's Carl Shields
set a new non-conference record
with la 50 ft. ZVz in. heave.
Maryland .. ....
VMI , , -
: , 19
. .... 10
- ...... IV
Virginia Tech ...
Richmond . ......
Alabama . 36
Georgia Tech , 16i
Marshall . 9
Virginia '. v 9
Florida ; .
Florida State .
Duke took one-two in the broad
jump with Nich Nichols' jump
ing 21 ft. 5 58, in. Jay (Pdppa)
Hall Florida's national champ
ran away with- the high jump,
clearing 6ft. 6 38 in. for a new
record. The conference division
title went to TDick Lentz of Mary
land and Bill Lankford of Vir
ginia Tech, who finished in a tie-
for first at 6 ft. 2 in.
State's Clyde Garrison won the
4:21.1 performance in the con
ference division while the confer
ence quarter saw Virginia Tech's
Stu Johnson nip Johnny Tate of
Duke at the tape in ; a sizzling
50.3 for a now conference record.
Henry Poss, D6ke's star sprint
er, won the conference 60-yard
dash in 6.5.
Maryland's Tex Carter copped
the 70-yard conference high hur
dles with a nine second flat per
formance and VMI's Mapp was the
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winner in the lows in 7.9.
John Tibbetts took first hi the
two-mile for the winning Mary
land team in the conference di
vision and teammate Al Buehler
copped a 1:57.7 half for Maryland's
fourth blue ribbon.
Sam Jordan gave Carolina claim
to part of a first placefinishing
in a two-way tie with Duke's
Jerry Gates at 12 ft. 6 in.
CONFERENCE SHOT PUT I. Un
terkofler (Md.); 2. Higgins (UNC); 3.
Birge (VMI); 4. Morris (UNC). Dis
tance: 48 ft. 8 78 in.
CONFERENCE BROAD JUMP 1.
Nichols (Duke); 2. Shankle (Duke); 3.
Spencer (VMI); 4. Brown (UNC). Dis
tance; 21 ft. 5 in. -
CONFERENCE HIGH JUMP 1. Tie
between Lentz (Md.) and Lankford
(VPI); 3. Tie between Nichols (Duke)";
Bell (UNC); Barnum (Md.), Kientz
(Rich.). Height: 6 ft. 2 in.
CONFERENCE 60-YARD DASH 1.
Poss (Duke); 2. Decker (VMI); 3.
Brown (UNC); 4. Nelms (Rich.). 6.5.
CONFERENCE 440-YARD - RUN 1.
Johnson (VPI); 2. Tate (Duke); 3.
Brigham (UNC); 4. Coss (Md.). 50.3.
CONFERENCE 70-YARD HIGH HUR
DLES 1. Carter (Md); 2. Cohen (Md);
3. Mapp (VMI); 4. Rakow (Md). 9.0.
CONFERENCE 70-YARD LOW HUR
DLES 1. Mapp (VMI); 2. Pless (UNO ;
3. Shankle (Duke); 4. Cohen (Md). 7.9.
CONFERENCE MILE - RELAY 1.
Alabama (McDonald, Richards. Chorn
ski, Beck) ; Florida State U.; 3. Cath
olic U.; 4. Georgia Tech. 3:29.
CONFERENCE MILE - RELAY 1.
Duke (Anderson, Hansen, Novak, Tate)
2. Maryland; 3. VPI; 4. UNC. 3:20.9.
CONFERENCE TWO-MILE RUN 1.
Tibbetts (Md); 2. Sanders (Duke); 3.
Barden (UNC); 4. Schockley (NCS).
CONFERENCE POLE VAULT 1. Tie
between Jordan (UNC) and Cates
(Duke); 3. Tie between Butler (Md)
and Roberta ( VPI ) Height 12 feet 6 in.
CONFERENCE . 880-YARD RUN 1.
Buehler (Md); 2. Angle (VMI); 3.
Tucker (Md) ; 4. Garrison (NCS).
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Carolina's wrestling team ends
its season here tomorrow night
when it meets . Duke University
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NON-CONFERENCE SHOT PUT 1.
Shields (Ala.);. 2. Dolowitz (Ala.); 3.
Berman (GT); 4. Miller (Va.). Dis
tance: 50 ft. 8V2 in. (New Record).
NON-CONFERENCE BROAD JUMP
1. Bullard (Ala); 2. Baron (GT); 3.
Myers (Br'water) ; 4. Ford (Ori). ins
tance: 21 ft. 2 Va in.
NON-CONFERENCE HIGH JUMP
1. Hall (Fla.); 2. Tie. between Barron
(GT) O'Quinn (Ga.), Barnhart (Mar
shall) . Height 6 ft. 6 in. (New re
NON -CONFERENCE 60-YD DASH 1.
Spangler (Bridge); 2. Richards Ala.);
3. Hornbuckle (Ga) ; 4. Wright (Ga. T.)
' NON - CONFERENCE ONE - : MILE
RUN 1. Centerberry (Marsh); 2. Mil
ner (Famp.-Syd.) ; 3. Seaver (Ala.); 4.
(INON-CONFERENCE 70-YARD HIGH
HURDLES 1. Morris (Ala) ; 2. O'
Quinn (Ga); 3. Latham (Va); 4. J.
Morris (GT). ,
NON-CONFERENCE 70-YARD LOW
ttttrtyi .thr l. Ciehowski (Ala): 2. La
tham (Va); 3. Ford (GT) ; Barron
(GT). ties old record at 8:00.
NON-CONFERENCE ONE-MILE RE
LAY 1. Alabama (McDonald, Rich
ards, Chornski, Beck; Floriad State
tt 5 Cav,nin IT 4 eor?ia Tech. 3:29.
NON-CONFERENCE POLE VAULT
1. DeCdsta (Roasoke); 2. Brasfield
(Va); 3. Barnhart (Marshall); 4. Tie
between Ralston (GT) and Grant (CU),
Height 13 feet. 3 in.
NON-CONFERENCE 88-YARD RUN
1. Wallace (Ky); 2. Webster .(Ala);
3. DixonlGT) ; 4.Glick (Bridgewater) .
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UNC Fresh Top Virginia;
Craddock Wins Scholastic
by Ed Staxnes
The North Carolina freshman
track team, and a one-man squad
from Craddock High in Craddock,
Va., won the freshmen and schol
astic divisions of the Southern
Conference Indoor Games last
The Tar Heels picked up 21
points to easily win their division
while Craddock's Mickey Riggs
took 10 points to give his team
a one-point victory, over. Wood
Other team scores were: Fresh-
man--Virginia, 12; Florida State
U., 8; Marshall College, 8; Cho
wan, 5; Concord 3; Georgia, 3;
Scholastic Woodberry Forest,
9; Mt. St. Joseph, 6; Granby, 5i;
Washington-Lee, 5; 'High Point,
5; Southwest DeKalb, 5; Charlotte
Central,' '-4; Episcopal, 3; Druid
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FRESHMAN SHOT : PUT 1 . Muea
(Va.) ; 2. Fraundorfer tFSU) ; 3. Wall
in (UNC); 4. Trundle (UNC). Distance:
42 ft. 5 i in.
FRESHMAN HIGH JUMP 1. Mum
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(Marshall); 4. Huffaker tDav.) Height:
6 ft. -
FRESHMAN ONE-MILE RELAY 1.
UNC (Husband, Lfefquist; Twfstdale,
Wright); 2. Chowan. 3:45..
FRESHMAN 70-YARD HIGH - HUR
DLES 1. Thabet (Marshall); 2. Guth
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FRESHMAN 60-YD CASH 1. Smlih
(UNC); 2. -Hooper (G); 3V Blcxsom
(Chowan); 4. Landers (Dav). "0:06.7.
SCHOLASTIC 70-YARD HIGH HUR
DLES 1. Riggs (Craddock) ; 2. Mc
Gill (WF); 3. Hausmaim W-L); 4.
Stewart (Granby). 9.4.
SCHOLASTIC HIGH JUMP L
Jones (SDK); 2. Mueller MSt.J)j .
Delara (Granby); 4. Tie between Sex
ton (GMA), Vanstory (Granby), Cal
vert (Cent.). Hodgsosi (W-L. Height:
SCHOLASTIC ONE-MILE RELAY
1. Woodberry Forest Oxenhfm, Robertson,-Galleher,
Watson; 2. Episcopal
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