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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
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UP AI3D OVER! Jay (Papa) Hall, Florida's national champion is shown here as he broke the
Southern Conference Indoor Meet record for the high jump Saturdays His leap was 6 feet, B3a
inches, breaking his own record . of 6 feet, 6Vi inches set last year. 'Gator coach "Percy Beard
ceid he would have dene better had he not been bothered by a strained muscle,
Lenifz Won Meet In High Jump Terps' Kehoe
Goxe OnIyWinner As Duke
Wrestlers I alee UNQ 25-3
by Bill Peacock '
"That tie for first in the high
jump by Dick Lentz won the
meet for us," grinned Maryland
coach Jim Kehoe after his Terps
had nailed down their first
Southern Conference Indoor title
here Saturday after 16 unsuccess
ful tries. The Terps scored 37
points to runner-up Duke's 31.
"We were awfully 'low' after
Horty (Morty Cohen, Maryliand's
fine broad jumper) failed to
place, but Lentz gave us jvist the
lift we needed," explained Kehoe.
"The 1-2-4 finish in the 'high
hurdles by Tex Carter, Cohen,
The scheduled, swimming meet
"between Miami and Carolina here
today has been canceled, Coach
Dick Jamerson announced yester
The Tar Heels swimmers fin
ashed the season undefeated in 12
meets and were the Southern
Conference dual meet champions.
They were also the unofficial
team winners in the conference
meet here this past weekend.
Jamerson may take some of
the swimmers to the National
Collegiate meet March 24-26 at
and Clarence Rakow gave us the
lead we needed, and the firsts by
John Tibbetts in the two mile
and Al Bushier in the 880 put us
out front. I was especially proud
of Tibbetts, because it was deter
mination more than talent that
won the race for him."
Carolina coach Dale Ranson,
whose defending champions fin
ished behind both Maryland and
Duke, was philosophical. "We
didn't do quite as well as we had
hoped, but that's no excuse; I
know some of Kehoe's boys
didn't do as well as he had
Ranson issvt gloomy despite
the third place finish. "We'll get
beaten this year, but we have a
promising squad," he explains.
"We have a lot of work to do, but
they should develop. However,
the other teams have more ex
perience than we do this year."
A record was set in the 440,
just as Ranson had predicted be
fore the meet. Stu Johnson of
VPI ran the event in 50.3, break
ing the old record of 50.9 and
Carolina's Gene Brigham finish
ed third. "Brigham will do better
outsde; he runs a little too heavy
for the board."
The Tar Heels open their out
door .season here, April 3 in the
Carolina relays. Carolina meets
Maryland here in a dual meet
I three weeks later.
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The Carolina wrestling team
ended its 1952 season by bowing to
a potent Duke squad, 25-3, here
last night. In 10 meets this year
the Tar Heels earned only one
victory, a win over Davidson in
its first match.
Tommy Cox, 167-pound Tar
Heel, gave Coach Sam Barnes
team its lone win by subdueing
Max Gross 6-1. Voted The Daily
Tar Heel Athlete of the Week last
week, Cox lived up to his title
by easily outpointing his oppo
nent. Wrestling resoulutely, 147
pounder Tommy Stokes nearly
gave his team another win in his
match with Otto Dieffenbach, the
Blue Devil earned two points for
riding time however, and defeated
Two of Coach Sam Barnes' men
were pinned. In the 123 pound
class, Duke's Greg Raimando dis
played an exhibition of aggressive
strength by pinning Tar Heel Earl
Kendrick in 1:18 of the thiiti
In the 130 pound class, Blue
Devil captain Art Rowe conquered
Austin Stevens by pinning him ixx
1:50 of the second period.
SUMMARIES I '
123 pounds Raimando (Duke) pft
ned Kendrick-(UNC). 7:18.
130 Rowe (Duke) pinned Stevens -(UNO.
137 Burrel (Duke) deisioed
Haines (UNO. 9-2.
147 Deiffenbach (Duke) deelsioned
Stokes (UNO, 6-4.
157 Accardo (Duke) tJecJsioneOi
Bradshaw (UNO, 8-6,. ,
167 Coxe (UNC) " -decisioned . .Gros.-f -(Duke),
177 Buchheit (Duke) dec Jsionedl
Holt (UNC), 6-3. , . -
Heavyweight Campbell (Duke) tie- .
eisioned Hill (UNC). 3-0. .
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