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tHE DAILY TAR HEEL. VEDI7ESD AY, APRIL 23, 1952 PGE THREE
7M rTs w
Bats In Two
by Ed Slarnes
Carolina pitcner Chal Port,
showing the form that brought
him All-Conference honors last
year, scattered seven N.C. State
hits to give the Tar Heels a 3-0
Big Four league win here yester
day. Connie Gravitte did all the run
getting for the Tar Heels. The
freshman leftfielder singled sharp
ly to left in the third inning with
the bases loaded to score Mark
Herring and Bruce Holt with
Carolina's first two runs, and
scored one himself in the eighth.
Carolina's showing was a defin
ite reversal of past performances.
The Tar Heels pounded State
pitcherLunsford Lewis' for 10 hits
and ad men on base in all but
the fourth inning. .
The big inning for Carolina was
the third. Herring led off the in
ning with a single to left field.
Bruce Holt followed with another
line drive into left, moving Her
ring to second. Fred Dale's at
tempted sacrifice was turned into
a base hit when the State short
stop forgot to cover third base,
and all men were safe. This set
the stage for Gravitte's run-producing
Gravitte added an assurance
run in the eighth inning. He
singled to left, and when State
leftfielder George Thompson de
layed his throw into the infield,
Gravitte took second base for a
(See BASEBALL, page 4)
Field 1. Phi Kap Sig vs TEP
2; Field 2. TEP 1 vs. Theta Chi: Field
3. PiKA 2 vs. Chi Phi; Field 4. Zeta
Psl 2 vs. Sigma Nu 1; Field 5. Phi Gam
2 vs. Kap- Sig.
5:00 Field 1. KA vs Zeta Psi 1; Field
2, SAE 1 vs. DKE 2; Field 3. Beta 2 vs.
Phi Delt 1; Field 4, Phi Delt Chi vs.
Phi Gam 1; Field 5, Sigma Chi 2. vs.
Kappa Psi 1.
4:00 Winston vs Winner (Connor 2
VS. Med Sch. 2).
3;0O Lamb Chi vs. Sigma Chi.
7:00 Winston 1 vs. Connor; Med
Sch. 3 vs Dental Sch.
7:40 Med Sch 2 vs. Med. Sch. 4.
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Summary. E Dale. Holt. Wiess;
RBI Gravitte 2. Stowe: 2B Turney,
Gravitte: SB Reeves: DP Herring ""to
Dale; Holt to Dale to Herring; BB Off
Lewis, 4; off Port 2; SO By Lewts, 5;
by Port. 6; H off Lewis 20 in fi; off
Port 7 in 9; LOB Carolina; State; WP
Port; LP Lewis.
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Mexican Davis Cup Players Steer Rollins
To 9-0 Victory Over Outclassed Netters
by Vardy Buckalew
The Carolina tennis team suf
fered its worst defeat in .two
years yesterday afternoon when
it w beaten- 9-0 by Rollins Col
lege,, perhaps the. best college ten
nis team in the country. It was
the second loss in a row for the
Tar , Heels, In losing, the team
won only three sets.
Alfredo Millet, Mexican Davis
Cup player and number one man
for Rollins, put on a beautiful
exhibition for the large crowd.
Millet, , a strong, well-built man,
had power to spare in his shots.
Del Sylvia, Carolina's number one
man, played on even terms with
him for the first set, taking ad
vantage of Milllet's weak back
hand. But Millet's .accurate and
(See TENNIS, pane 4)
, American League
Boston 10, Washington 5
New York 3, Philadelphia I
Chicago 2, Detroit 0
'. - Bi Four
Duke 8, Wake Forest 1
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