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SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952
THE DAILY TAR HEEL,
The Norlh Carolina Stale
Wolfpack easily, defeated the
George Washington Colonials
last night at Raleigh in the
Southern Conference Tourna
ment (Special to The Daily Tar Heel)
Raleigh, March 7 Guard Dick
Johnson of the Duke Blue Devils
sank a set shot in the last second
of the game to beat the West
Virginia Mountaineers, 90-88, .to
night before a capacity crowd in
Raleigh's Reynolds Coliseum.
The officials had to consult with
the timekeeper before they could
render a decision on the basket,
as Johnson shot the ball simul
taneously with the sound of ; the
buzzer ending the game.
Duke led 88-87 , with 1:18 left
in the game when its All-America
Dick Groat fouled out of the
game. The Mountaineers took the
ball out of bounds instead of try
ing the foul shot, froze the ball,
and staked their " chances on a
last minute shot. But Mou Moore,
West Virginia guard, was fouled
with 24 seconds remaining in the
contest, and the Mountaineers
made the shot to tie the score
at 88 all. -The
Blue Devils took the ball
down the court and were tied up,
but Rudy D'Emilio passed off to
Johnson who held, the ball for
two seconds and then attempted
his shot. The basket was good,
but the officials first ruled that
it came after the game was over.
After consulting with the time
keeper, the officials decided that
the shot was good, and, gave the
game to Duke 90-88.
Virginia's All-America, Mark
Workman, fouled out with five
minutes remaining in the game af
ter scoring i5 points. Workman
committed four fouls in the first
half, which hampered his . play
for the rest of the game, while
Groat scored 31 points to lead the
Duke trailed at half time, 51-44,
but the Blue Devils, led by Groat,
went on a scoring spree and led
West Virginia 73-68 at the end
ci the third quarter. ...
Wake Forest Holds
Wake Forest, March 7 Head
Coach Tom Rogers will match
his top two elevens against
each other here tomorrow after
noon at 3:00 o'clock in the
annual spring practice game
between the Gold and Black
squads at Wake Forest College.
A number of the leaders on
last fall's State championship
eleven will- vie for honors
Saturday. The two top pass re
ceivers. Ends Jack Lewis and
Bob Ondilla, will be on the No.
1 club. Lewis caught 32 passes
for 488 yards and five touch
downs to rank fourth in the
Southern Conference. Ondilla
snagged 25 aerials for 367 yards
and three touchdowns.
The presidents of the Southern
Conference schools will meet here
this morning at 10:30 o'clock in
the Faculty Lounge of the More
head Building and are expected,
to discuss whether or not any of
the member schools are bound by
the American Council on Educa
tion's program for. curtailment of
President Gordon Gray, chair
man of the, group, has said, "We
are going to study the American
Council on Education's decisions
with a view toward clarifying its
impact on us. There is a good
deal of confusion on the matter
i The ACE last month unani
mously approved a platform of
curbs calling for banning of all
post season games limitation of
GET A GU
WITH A GULP
How do you know when
your bt st foot' s forward?
Once there "was a Senior ih
wa Shy. (Look, this is a story.
It permits certain liberties
with the truth.) '" - "
He'd call Dp a Girl, sum
mer incoherently through the
Preliminaries, gargle help
lessly through the Bicuspids, and hang Tip.
Dateless. One day his room-mate took him
in hand. "Herman, old buddy," he said,
. . . and unfoldd a Plan. . .
Next day the Big Girl on Campus got a
Telegram. A terse message. Simply: . "Will
pick you up at eight P.M. Friday. Regards.
Herman II. Glockenspiel." She was In
. trigued. Friday evening she was bibbed and
, tuckered and waiting when Herman sheep
ibhed up the steps of her Sorority house.
"Arc you Herman H. Glockenspiel?"
the cooed. "Ulp'-said Herman.! "Oooooh," '
tshe eaid, taking his arm, "I just love Orig-.
ioal, Masterful Men." Herman was on his
way. , . 1
Now Herman has more dates than the
Syrian Desert. Still makes 'em all by Tde
I'.rxm. No iool, this Herman. ;
VHien you've got a Date in mind
' Wlw tijer it's -with the Campus Queen,' a
Smiih Siren or a Big Moment Back Home
a Telegram has- the Man-of-the-world Ap
proach that pleases. Equally effective, 'U&,
for birthdays, Mother's Day and Easter
Messages, "congratulations, or yaps to Fop
for Cash, or to Sis to Airmail you. Th$ l.'isy..
Sweater. Just call Western Union ixnd sec.
Two ; spring" season sports will
get underway before the regular
winter quarter fades as baseball
and tennis get the go ahead sig
nal during exams. The Tar Heel
baseball squad will invade Win
ter Park, Fla., March 17 to play
Rollins; College in the season
opener. Again on March 18, the
Carolina baseballers will meet
Rollins, and on the following day
they will play Alabama.
The tennis season will begin on
March 19 as Brown ventures to
Chapel Hill for the season open
er, and in the latter part of the
month Springfield College and
Michigan State will be here, for
The gym team will compete in
two championship meets during
the last two weeks of the month
as they have entered in the South
ern Intercollegiate Meet on March
15, and th NCAA Meet on March
seasons for sports abolishment of
of freshmen on varsity teams and
athletic scholarships, prohibition
of freshmen on varsity teams, and
other reiorms designed to combat
the "infestion of college sports."
"President Case of Colgate was
quoted as saying the program is
in effect rigiit now," Mr. Gray
said, "but I don't know of any
thing binding except perhaps pub
lic opinion and moral suasion. I
don't agree with the entire -program
they have adopted.
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