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For Tor Heels
by Tom Peacock 4
Maryland University's cham
pion track team beat Carolina
for the first time in a dual meet
here yesterday on Fetzer Field,
88-42, taking 10 out cf 15
first places "while handing -the
Tar Heels their worst licking
since 3946.
Most of the five Carolina wins
were surprises in that the Tar
Heels were underdogs in the
events, while Carolina lost all
but one of the events it was
favored in.
Bar den Wins
Carolina's Bobby Harden, who
lost the two-mile run to Mary
land's John Tibbetts in the
Southern Conference Indoor
Games, turned the tables yester
day and whipped Tibbetts by a
half a lap. in 10:00.7. Another Tar
Heel, Sonny Beall, pulled' the
surprise of the day by defeating
Ttf arty Cohen, Terp star hurdler,
in the 1 120-yard high hurdles.
Beall won in 14.9.
Tar Heel Bill Walker won the
javelin throw with his best dis
tance of the year, 184 feet, 4
inches. Walker is a senior and
has never competed in track be
fore this year. Harry Browi of
Carolina upset favored . Frank
Seott, his teammate, and James
Nordquist of Maryland in the
100-yard dash, winning in 10.1.
Cohen High Scorer
Cohen was high individual
scorer of the meet with 6 points,
taking a first in the 220-yard low
hurdles and a second in the 120
yard highs.
Carolina's Sam Jordan, who
tied for the indoor championship
in the pole vault, could do no
better than tie for second place
with his teammate Homos White
and Terrapin Tex Carter. Caro
lina has a dual meet with Stale
next Tuesday in Raleigh.
Golfers-Win '
: At. Davidson
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. Special to Tnr Daily Tab Hsn,
CHARLOTTE, April 18 Caro
lina's Bob Black, playing in the
number two position fox the first
time, shot a two under par "to
lead the Tar Heel golf team to a
25-114 victory ever Davidson
here today.
It was the eleventh straight win
for the Tar Heels who played their
finest golf of the season against
the Wildcats. Black shot four
birdies on the front nine and par-
red the other five holes to come
home at the midway mark with a
(See GOLF, page 4)
Javelin! 1. Walker (UNC), 6. Hefl
man (M). 3. Bell (UNC). Distance
184 ft. 44 In.
Pole Vault: 1, Butler' (M). 2. Tie
between Carter (M), Jordan CXTNC),
and White (UNC), Height: 12 it. 6 in.
Broad Jump: 1. Cohen M), fi. stroup
(M). 3. Brown (UNC). Distance: 22 ft
Shot Put: 1. Unterkofler (M), 2
Morris (UNC). 3. Augsnerger (M) .
Distance: 46 it. 10 In.
High Jump: 1. Lentz M), 2. Bar
num (M), 3. Tie between Cornell
UNC) and Teale (M) . Height 6 it
2 in.
Discus; 1. Brown . (M), 2. 3?lbrris
(UNC), 3. Chaudet (M). Distance
145 ft. -3 in."
"One-mile Runt 1. Thornton (M), 2
Ot-bourne (UNC), 3. Etillman (M)
Time: 4:29.6,
440-yard Hun: 1. Johnson (M), 2
Pentzer (M) , 3. Brigham (UNC) . Time
100-yard Dash: 1. Brown (UNC), 2
Matthews M), 3. Scott (UNC). Time
120-yard High Hurdles: 1. Beall
(UNO, 2. Cohen (M), 3. Carter (M)
Time: 14.9.
8f 0-yard Bun: 1. Buthler (M), 2
Meier (M), 3. Waggner (M). Time
220-yard Dash: 1. BtOWr (UNC), 2
Matthews (M), 3. Nordriuist (M)
Time: 21.6.
220-yard Low Hurdles: 1. Cohen (M),
2. Rakow (M), 3. Cornell (UNC).
Time: 24.6.
Two-mile Hun: 1. Baidcn (UNC),
Tibbetts (M), 3. Swafford (M). Time:
One-mile Re layT Maryland (Crs,
Pentzer, Wilson, Johnson.) Time:
3:25.8. .
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by.Vaxdy Buckalew .. ..
The Carolina tennis team
warmed up for its ; important
match with; Duke tomorrow by
taking an easy victory from Kala
mazoo College yesterday, 6:3
It was the .fifteenth win in a. row
for the Tar Heels
Bob Payne; playing in the num
ber two . position, lost his first
match of the season. He was
beaten by -Tom Wilson 6-3, 6-8,
6-4. ' - -
Del Sylvia, Carolina's number
one man beat Dick Cain and
gained revenge for last year's
defeat. Cain, playing a slow and
deliberate game in contrast td
Sylvia's "fast driving game, had
Del off balance for the first part
of the first set. At one time Sylvia
was -behind fiv, games to three.
However, Sylvia hit his stride in
the ninth game and took four
games in a row to win the first
set 7-6. He had no trouble in the
second set, winning 6-1.
The other Carolina losses were
the sixth singles and the third
doubles. Ronnie Kerdasha was
beaten 8-6, 6-2, and Izlar and
Booker lost to Dill and Stevens
6-4, 6-4.
Singles Sylvia (UNC) defeated
Cain K), 7-5, 6-1; Wilson (K) de
feated Payne (UNC), e-3, 6-8 64
Browne (UNC) defeated Stevens (K),
6-2, C-45 Handel (UNC) defeated Devos
(K), 6-2, 3-6, 7-5; Izlaf (UNC) defeated
Dill K), 6-4,-6-; StowC (K) de
feated Kerdafcha (UNC), C-6, 6-2.
Doubles Sylvia and Handel (UNC)
defeated Cain and -Wilson- K)t 8-0f
6-4; Browne and Boyne (UNC) de
feated DeVos And Casler (K) , 6-4,
6-2; Dill and Stevens (K) defeated
Izlar and Booker (UNO . 6-4, 6-4.
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