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THE DAILY TAR HEEL, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952
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Special to The Daily Tar Heel
LEXINGTON, Va. Apr. 26 The
Carolina track team trounced Vir
ginia Military Institute here to
day by a score of 89 to 42.
. The Tar Heel squad took 1 1
out of 15 first places, and was
exceptionally strong in the field
events. The visitors swept all
three places in three events, the
12 yard high hurdles, javelin, and
Bob Bell was high' scorer for
Carolina, taking a first in the 120
yard high hurdles, a second in
the javelin, and a third in the
220 yard low hurdles, for a total
of nine points. Runner up for scor-
j a nrst in tne nign jump,
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elin. High for VMI were John
Mapp and Bill Massey.
One- of the outstanding indi
vidual performances was turned
in by Carolina's Frank Scott, who
won the 100 yard dash in the
excellent time of 9.9 second.
The meet was run off in cold
weather, with a little rain, and
there was a strong wind .blowing
at times during the afternoon. The
weather, however, failed to ham
per the performances of either
team to a great extent.
The Carolina squad will return
ing honors was Bill Cornell, with1 to Chapel Hill early this evening.
Tat Heel Golfers Meef Duke
On Finley Course Tomorrow
Carolina's undefeated golf team
meets the powerful Duke squad
tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 on
the Finley golf course.
The Tar Heels are riding the
crest, of an eleven natch win
ning streak, while the Blue Devils
have lost one "match to Florida,
and have tied the same Florida
team on another occasion.
Last year, Carolina and Duke
each won one match, and the
competition is expected to be
equally keen this year, on the
basis, of the matches played so
Carolina coach Chuck Ericson
will call on his regular team to
oppose the Blue Devils. Playing
for the Tar Heels will be Lew
Brown, Bob Black, Tommy Lang
ley, Jimmy Ferree, Bill William-
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
GREENVILLE. S. C. April
28 The baseball 1 game sche
duled here today between Fur
man and the University of
North 1 Carolina was cancelled
because of rain. The North
Carolina squad will return to
Chapel Hill tonight.
son, and either
Pete Parker or
The match is considered to be
one of the feature contests of the
year, and both teams will be go
ing all out for a victory.
One-mile Runt 1. Massey (VMI),
2. Osbourne (UNO,. 3. Bailey (VMI) .
440-yard Ryn: 1. Ray (UNO, 2.
Shea (VMI), 3. Bain (VMI). Time:
Pole Vault: 1. Jordan (UNO, and
White (UNO . tie, 3. Barry (VMI) .
Height: 11 feet.
100-yard Dash: 1. Scott (UNO, 2.
Brown (UNO, "3. Mapp (VMI). Time:
9.9. - " . '
Shot Put: 1. Morris (UNO. 2. Mc
Allister (UNO, 3. Byrd (VMI). Dis
tance: 42 feet 10 'z inches. . '
Broad Jump: 1. Mapp (VMI). 2.
Spencer (VMI). 3. Scott (UNO . Dis
tance: 21 fe. 5i in.
120-yard High Hurdles: 1. Bell
(UNO 2. Beall (UNC), 3. Cornell
(UNO. Time: 15.2.
880-yard Run: 1. Angle (VMI). 2.
Massey (VMI), 3. Bernsett (UNO.
Time: 2:01, 1
High Jump: 1: Cornell (UNO, -2.
Quesinberry (VMI), Barry (VMI),
Spencer (VMI). Haire (UNC), tie.
Height: 5 ft. 9 in.
220-yard Dash: 1. Brown (UNO. 2.
Bain (VMI). 3. Shea (VMI). Time 22.4.
Javelin: 1. Walker (UNO. 2. Bell
(UNC), 3. Cornell (UNC). Distance:
172 ft. 3 in.
Two-mile Run: 1. Barden (UNO. 2.
Glatz (UNC). 3. McLean (VMI). Time:
220-yard Low Hurdles: 1. Mapp
(VMI), 2. White (UNC). 3. Bell (UNC).
Discus: 1. McAllister (UNC). 2.
Morris (UNO, 3. Rizzo (UNC). Dis
tance: 129 ft. 11 in.
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