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THE DAILY TAR HEEL. SUNDAY. APRIL 20, 1952
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Gravitte, Henning Homer
For UNC; Lea Leads Duke
By Eddie Slarnes
- DURHAM, April 19 Duke's powerful , baseball team
pounded three Carolina pitchers for 14 hits and 13 runs vto
trounce the Tar Heels, 13-5 in a Big Four league game here
today. The loss was Carolina's fourth in Big Four competition
against one win.
. Tar Heel starting pitching Bill Lore lasted four and two-,
i thirds innings, in which time Duke scored eight -runs. Joe
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jrazaan relieved Juove ana pucnea
scoreless ball for the next two and
one-third innings. Pazdan was re
moved for a pinch hitter in the
eighth and Lefty Joe Morgan took
the mound for Carolina.
The Blue Devils slammed Mor
gan for five runs in the eighth
inning to add misery to the Tar
Duke got three runs in the first
inning on four singles and some
fancy base running. The Durham
sluggers let Carolina give them
two runs in the second on two
errors, a walk, and a fielder's
The fifth inning brought Duke
three more runs on four hits.
Groat's single, Werber's double,
Smith's walk, and Lea's double
accounted for the scores. Werber's
two-bagger, was on a ball that
took a high hop over the first
baseman's head, and then a crazy
bounce over the second baseman
backing up the play.
Most of the damage done in the
Dukes' eighth jnning was on Billy
Lea's, Duke second baseman,
homerum Lea golfed a Morgan
pitch over the left field wall to
score three men. It was his fourth
homer of the season.
Carolina's first run came on
freshman Connie Gravitte's tre
mendous home run over the cen
ter fielder's head in the fourth
inning. The ball traveled about
4Q0 feet in the air and landed in
the bushes in deep right center
White, If . . 3
Motsinger. If 1
Gravitte, cf 4
Stevens, rf . 3
Smith, lb ..... 1
Henning, lb 2
Coats, 3b :. 1 .
Holt, 3b .... .... 2
Wiess, c .:. 4
Lore, p .. ........ 1
Pazdan, p . ". 0
Morgan, p 1
Hesmer ... ... 1
Cavalere, cf 3
Johnson, rf 5
Groat, ss . 5
Werber, lb ...... 3
Smith, rf .... Jl. 4
Gibbons, 3b .. 5
Lea, 2b 5
Denny, c ......... 5
Lewis, p . 4
Golf fans in this area will get
what may be the final chance to
see two of the best pros in the
country play when Jack Burke
and ommy. Bolt take on .ama
teurs Frank Stranahan and Ho
bart Manley today.
The match is scheduled this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at Dur
ham's Hillandale Golf Course.
Burke is presently the leading
.money winner of the year and
has been playing some of the
best golf of his career. He his
his stride on the .winter circuit
earlier this season and has been
playing well ever since.
Bull City Pro
Bolt registers out of Durham
and has made great progress in
the pro ranks this past year". He
won the" Los Angeles Open this
winter in a playoff.
Stranahan and Manley are two
of the nation's top amateurs, .both
of them being Walker Cup mem
bers. Stranahan was the second
lo wamateur in the recent Mas
ters Tournament at. Augusta, Ga.,
and was the low amateur in last
weeks' Greater" Greensboro Open.
Manley was last year's North
South amateur champion.
The match is being sponsored
by Durham Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the one dollar ad
mission charge is to go, to the
group's civic betterment fund.
Day Crowd Sees
Carolina ...0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 2- 5 7 4
Duke ....... 32003 0 0 5 x 13 14 1
Summary : E Dale 2, Coats 2, Groat 1;
RBI Dale, Gravitte, Henning 2, John-
rf-t j. a - lit- i rit.l.v.H 1 T tM
rbrnnT f: ra-Grav! trips to the plate. Groat scor-
field on one hop.
The Tar Heels picked up two
more runs in the seventh when
Bobby - Henning, substituting; for
Ben Smith at. first, pounded Uhe
first pitch offered him into i the
hedges around right field for a
home run, scoring Gravitte ahead
A ninth inning rally fell short
as the Tar Heels could muster
but two of the needed ten runs.
Two hits, two walks, and an error
gave Carolina two runs and. left
the bases loaded when Johnny
Motsinger grounded to the short
stop for the final out. "' '
Billy Lea and Dick Groat shar
ed the hitting spotlight for Duke,
both men collecting three hits in
by Martin Jordan
Larry Parker, speedy sopho
more halfback, led the Carolina
light blue , tea mto a 19-0 victory
over the dark blue squad yester
day in the heat of Kenan Sta
dium as a regulation game was
played for the students here for
the High School Day. The inter
squad scrimmage was a prelimi
nary to next week's annual Blue
The light blue squad marched
to a T.D. in the first few minutes
of play on a long pass and three
running plays with Parker gallop
ing eight yards for the score.
Another score came on a pass
from Carmen Annillo to Benny
Walsher just before the , end . of
the first quarter. Parker went for
ten yards and the final touch
down in the last period.
Parker, who saw a lot of action
as defensive halfback last season,
served with Bud Wallace as work
horse for the light blue team.
Larry averaged 6.4 yards rush
ing in ten attempts, and was on
the receiving end of a 45 yard
pass from starting quarterback
Carmen . Annillo.
Wallace, starting fullback for
the light blues was high for the
day. in rushing with a 7.2 ave
rage in seven trys. Annillo in the
quarterback position also showed
up well as he tossed two com
plete passes in six attempts for
66 yards and averaged 5.6 yards
rushing in five trys.
Ken Yarborough, Tom Higgins,
Benny Walser, Tom Adler, and
Will Alexander were among the
many linemen in the limelight
Lackey, Briii Work .
Dick Lackey and Louis Britt
divided the quarterbacking duty
for the dark blue team which was
hindered by fumbles throughout
the afternoon. "Bull" Davidson,
starting fullback forv the losing
squad, led the rushing for the
dark blues with a 4.8 average in
Lackey completed two passes
in six attempts for a total of 29
yards and Britt connected on two
in five tosses for 13 yards.
The light blue team racked up
an unofficial total of 16 first
downs to five for the dark blues.
The winning squad picked up
about 230 yards rushing and 76
passing for a total of 306 yards,
while the lossers totaled about
Coach Snavely played almost
the entire squad during the rough
scrimmage and with his as-
sistants supervised the play.
The Tar Heels will play the
Blue-White game next Saturday
afternoon as a close to the three
week spring practice session. The
Carolina squad will throw its new
T-formation. into action next fall
against some of the best teams
in the nation.
The tough schedule for next
year includes Texas, Georgia,
Notre Dame, Tennessee, Miami,
Wake Forest, Duke, N. C. State,
Virginia, and South Carolina.
Phi Gams, Smith Win Crown
In Co-Recreaiional Carnival
. ' Phi Gamma Delta and Smith
Dorm combined talents Thurs
day night: to walk , off with first
place in the Co-Recreational
Sports Carnival held at Woollen
The Carnival was sponsored by
the WAA and the Intramural
.' Second to the Phi Gams and
Smith were Kappa Sigma and
Town Girls 2. There was a tie
for third place between Chi Psi
and Carr Dorm and Theta Chi
and Town Girls 3.
The Fijis and Smith got their
points on first places in archery
and foul shooting, a second in
the relays, and a tie for third
John -Weeks and Bert Jones
took first place in" archery for
the winners with -a . total of 133
points.. .The other. first place for
Phi Gam-Smith was won by Patsy
Corbett and "Bill. Smith in foul
Miss" Corbett sank 15 out of
25 and Smith made good on 19
out of 25 shots to take the title.
Other -individual winners were
Don Fisher, Theta Chi and Norma
King of TGA in the carnival
games championship, and Louie
Patseavouras of Chi Phi and Dot
Lowenstein of Mclver in table
Chi Psi and Carr took first
place in the relays with Phi Gam
and Smith second and Kappa Sig
and TGA 2 taking third. The
volleyball title went to the Zetes
and the Kappa Deltas. Chi Psi
and Carr were second here.
BEAUTIFUL BLACK AND HITE
PRINTS LIKE THIS
Lea; 2B Werber, Lea; DP Dale to
Herring to Smith; Groat to Lea to
Werber; Groat to Lea to Werber; BB
Off Lore. 0 in 4 2-3; off Pazdan,; 1 in
2 1-3; off Morgan, 2 in 1; off Lewis, 6
in 9; SO By Lore, 1; by Lewis, 4; H
off Lore, 7 in 4 2-3; off Pazdan, 5 in
2 1-3; off 2 in 1; off Lewis. 7 in 9; LOB
Carolina, 8; Duke, 6; WP Lewis;
LP Lore. .
ed three runs and drove in one,
while Lea scored one "but drove
in five with a homer, double, and
single. - . . , , . . '
Connie Gravitte was the Tar
Heels' big man at the bat with a
homer, and two singles. r : ;..
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