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THE. DAILY TAR HEEL. TIIUH3DAY. APIIIL. 24. 1C32
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by Ed Slarnes
The Carolina baseball team will
leave today for a two-game trip
into South Carolina. Both, games
will be Southern Conference con
tests. The Tar Heels broke out of a
prolonged batting slump Tuesday
and pounded N. C. State's Luns
ford Lewis for 10 safeties, two of
them doubles. The revamped line
up found Bob Henning at first
base, Bruce Holt at third," Connie
Gravitte in left field, and John
Stowe in right; These four men
collected five of Carolina's liits.
Coaches Walt Rabb and Bunn
Hearn will send their team against
Clemson on Friday afternoon in
Clemson, S. C. The Tigers are
presently in sixth place in the
Southern Division of the confer
ence. Carolina's victory over State
put the Tar Heels and the WoJf
pack in a tie for fourth place.
On Saturday Carolina will play
Furman in Greenville, S. C. The
Paladins rest in seventh place
with a 3-6 record for the ceason.
Victories in both games would
give Carolina a very representable
13-7 overall record for the season,
and a 6-4 -mark in the Southern
Pazdan, Lore Ready
The big three of the Tar Heel
pitching staff will be ready on
the trip. Joe Pazdan and Bill Lore
haven't pitched since the Duke
game last Saturday, and Chal Poit
pitched Tuesday but will have had
four days rest for the Furman
game Saturday. '
Carolina is moving down the (
final stretch of the season The
last game is on May 12 with Wake
Forest at Chapel Hill. The Tar
Heel nine has six Big Four games
left: three with Wake Forest, two
with Duke, and one with State.
There are also games with South
Carolina here, , Davidson there,
and McCrary Hosiery in Ashboro.
The McCrary game is a night con
test. Bill Wcrbet Tops
Big Four Batters
Bill Werber, Duke first base
man who was selected as the
most valuable player in North
Carolina's fast Big Four League
last year, is the top loop batter
through the first two complete
weeks of action.
The Blue Devil star is hitting
.375 in four games. Dick Denny
catcher for Duke who has gone
to bat only half as many times
as Werber, is credited with the
Next in line is N.C. State sopho
more Jack Turney, with a .355
mark, followed by Dick Johnson
of Duke, with a .353 average.
Duke leads in team average
with an impressive .309, while
State trails with a .252 mark.
Duke leads the league with a 4-0
record and State is second with
a 3-3 slate.
Johnson and Dick Groat of
Duke are the top run scorers
with eight j while Benny Cava
liere of Duke is second with
seven. Roland Brinson of State
had the most hits, nine, and
(See WEBER, page 7)
The averages: .
(For those with more than 5 times at
bat hitting over .200)
Denny. Duke ,
Davis, Duke -Gibbons,
Liptak, W. Forest
Smith. W. Forest
Morris, State x
Brooks. W. Forest
16 3 . 6 .375
8 1 3 .375
22 1-8 .355
17 8 6 .353
18 8 6 .333
9 0 3 .333
13 7 4 .303
10 3 3 .300
17 6 5 294
24 6 7 .292
31 5 9 .290
7 1 2 .286
22 2 .273
11 2 3 .273
19 3 5 263
31 2 8 .258
28 6 7 .250
8 0 2 .250
8 2 2 .250
13 2 3 .231
20 1 4 .200
Down in Front
by Biff Roberts;
A Big Weekend
The Blue-White game always provides one of the best weekends
of the spring quarter. Whether you look at it football-wise or party
wise it all leads up to a lot of entertainment and one of the most en
tertaining aspects of the whole weekend is the annual carnival the
University Club puts on every Friday night before the big game.
The University Club is one of the many unsung organizations,
which, regardless of the lack of publicity, continue to do an out
standing job here on campus. This annual carnival is the' club's
night to howl and in addition to make a little money to keep going
through the busy fall quarter.
Most people take for granted the little athletic services rendered
here on campus. They don't stop to think who arranges the pep
rallies in the fall, or who sponsors the big Homecoming weekend
during the football season, or who gets up the football caravan
trips which have always been so expressive of Carolina spirit.
These jobs and a lot of others are just a part of what the University
Club does on campus. '-"
One Of The South's First
The club can be right proud of its record in the past, too, for it
was one of the first pep clubs in the South, coming onto the campus
back in 1933. Since that time it has done a great job to boost Caro
lina spirit and Carolina in general. It has done such a good job that
it has often served as a leader to many other schools in the South
who were organizing a pep club. At the annual Southern Inter
collegiate Pep onference club members are often asked, "What did
you do at Carolina?" "
In addition to the services mentioned above which make up the
more glamorous side of the club, the University calls on it to aid
in a lot of other things.. When there is a shortage of ushers at
basketball games, or say the Southern Conference Indoor Games,
the University Club has always been ready to supply them. The
club also takes care of visiting teams, seeing that they are well
One of the biggest and best undertakings of the club is the an
nual High School Day which it co-sponsors with the Monogram Club.
This year's day was held last Saturday and the present president,
Duffield Smith, still shows signs of weariness. The High School Day
has proved to be a big public relations boost to the University and
is welcomed yearly by the many high school students who attend
Carnival Tomorrow Night
But let's get back to the Carnival which will be held tomorrow
night from 7:00-11:00. Like I say, it's always a lot of fun and finan
cially beneficial to the participating organizations, too. The Club
gives a permanent trophy to the organization having the most
cleverly displayed entry and the competition for the trophy is usual
ly pretty keen. . ;
The Club sets aside a portion of Navy Field for the activities and
by nightfall you usually can't tell-the array , of tents and booths
from a professional carnival. The Ugliest Man on Campus is crown
ed at the carnival as an added attraction to the events.
All in all it gives the anual Blue:White weekend a good start
and this year should be no exception. It's thei University Club's
"way of carrying on a solid program from year to year and in addition
is a lot of entertainment, for a night.
To 3rd Round
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
PINEHURST, April 23 Tommy
Langley, sole surviving member
of UNC's four-man entry in the
North and South amateur golf
tournament, advanced td third
round competition here this morn
ing. The High Point sophomore
took the measure of Randall
Ahem of Detroit, 1-up.
In this afternoon's third round
Langley runs into the highly tout
ed Billy Joe Patton of Morgan
ton. Patton recently crashed the
sports hedalines by tying South
African Champion Bobby Locke
in the Carolinas Open Tourney.
Langley, who holds down the
number three spot on the Tar Heel
golf squad, defeated Dick Pollard
of New Orleans, 7and 6, in the
opening round yesterday.
The olher Carolina participant
in the tournament, Bob Black,
Jim Feree, and Bill Williamson
were all eliminated in the first
round. Black, the squad's number
one player, lost to Frank Strafaci
of Flushing, Long Island, 5 and
4. . Williamson was dropped by
Thomas Sarafaci of Brooklyn, 5
and 4 and Feree lost his match
to Arthur R. Hoff of LaGrange,
111., 2 and 1.
The tournament has produced
two major upsets so far. Dick
Chapman and Jimmy McIIale,
both members of the U. S: Walker
Cup team, dropped their opening
round matches by 1-up scores.
You are cordially invited to
try our famous foods.
We serve breakfast, lunch,
Open 7 days weekly Try our
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Opposite the Post Off ice
tqams except for Chi Phi will
have teams in the 440 and 880
The field events will also start
at 4:00 with action in the high
jump, broad jump, - pole , vault,
and the shot put beginning' at
that time. They will be run sim
ultaneously with the track events.
The relay 880-yard will wind
Up the meet at 5:45 if every
thing goes according to schedule.
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