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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
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Carolina's tennis team, the
Southern Conference champions,
opens its 1952 season here today
with a match with Brown Uni
versity at 3 p. m.
The Tar Heels, who coach John
Kenfield describes as "deeper than
last year" should have little
trouble with the inexperienced
Brown team which was trounced,
S-0, by Duke Monday.
Carolina will be led by captain
Bel Sylvia of Richmond, who will
meet the Bruins Steve Espo in
the number one singles match.
The second singles match will
probably put Tar Heel freshman
Sam Handel of Philadelphia
against Roger King of Brown.
Two more freshman, Herb
Browne, the national' scholastic
champ from Columbians. C, and
Bob Payne, the Virginia scholas
tic champ from Richmond, will
take the number three and four
singles spots for Carolina.
The Tar Heels have played one
practice vyitch, that a losing 5-4
conteit to Virginia in November.
Kenfield feels his team has im
proved considerably since that
The Carolina baseball team,
called perhaps the best . i& the
conference during pre-season pre
dictions, lived up to their repu
tation Monday by defeating Ala
bama, 8-0, and Rollins, 6-5 in
Winter Park, Fla.
As was expected pitching car
ried the. Tar Heels. Bill Lore, a
junior knuckleballer who had a
3-2 record last year, .went all the
way against Alabama and allowed
the Crimson Tide only five hits.
His control was alniost perfect,
giving up no bases on balls.
Second baseman Mark Herring
got a home run in this game.
Fine relief by Joe Pazdan saved
the Rollins game for the Tar
Heels who had to come from be
hind. Rollins took a 5-1 lead off
starter Country Wood, but Paz
dan held them during the last
four innings while Carolina
4:00 Tield 1 Zeta Psi-3 vs 'Lamb
Chi: 2 Deta-1 vs KA-1; 3 Joyner
vs Man gum; 4 Phi Gam-3 vs Phi Kap
5:00 Field 1 BKE-1 xs KA-3; 2
Chi Psi-2 vs Phi Delt; 3 Pi Lamb vs
Phi Gam-2; 4 Zeta Psi-1 vs Sig Chi-2.
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Alabama: Dunn, Anderson (4) and
Napoli. Carolina: Lore and Wiess.
Hollins 10 310 0005 8 2
Carolina 100 050 OGx 6 7 0
Hollins: Work, Carey (5). Taucher
(8) and Finnegan. Carolina: Wood,
Pazdan(G), and Zagncli. Winner: Paz
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