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XS DAILY TAR KgET,. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1C52
Wood lief Fans 18 Batters
For Deacs, Hits Two Triples
' Special to The Dahs- Tab Hxex.
WAKE FOREST, April 29 Pitcher Don Woodlief put on a one
man show here this afternoon to personally hand Carolina a 4-2
Big Four loss. He -struck out 13 men and hit two triples in leading
the Deacons to the victory. I
Woodlief showed his mastery right off the Tfjr Heel bat by strik
ing out nine of the first 10 batters
to face him. He retired the side
on strikeouts in the first, second,
third, and fifth innings.
It was Woodlief 's hitting that
brought the Deacon victory, too.
He smashed out two triples, one
in the third to start a three-run
Wake Forest upsurge and another
in the seventh which brought
the final Deacon run.
He allowed Carolina but three
hits, a double by Dick Wiess, and
singles by White and Gravitte,
and would have been even more
effective if" he hadn't "been as
wild as he was.
Nine Walks X
He gave up nine walks in all
with bases oh balls contributing
to both Tar Heel runs. In the
fifth inning he loaded the bases
on walks and then wild-pitched
a run in. Again in the eight he
gave up two walks before Wiess
got to him for his double.
Wake Forest's first three runs
came in the third frame. Wood-
xiei iea on wim a inpie. nanis
followed with a double off the
left-field hedge to drive him in.
Then Liptak got to pitcher Chal
Port for another triple to bring
Harris in. Bill Smith then
singled to drive Liptak across.
Port finally got out of the inning
without any more trouble.
The Deacons final run came
in the seventh. JWoodlief got his
second triple of the day and
scored immediately when the
next batter, Alford, singled.
Carolina threatened In the
ninth inning but Woodlief pitched
his way out of the jam. With Tar
Heels on base he bore down and
struck out the last two .men to
face him. .
Herring, 2 b
Coates, 3b '
Alford, ef .
D. Harris, ss
B. Smith, lb
Floyd, If ..z.
Signore, rf .
Stallings. 2b .
TOTAL ....32 4 E 27
x Hit for Holt in 9thr
xx Hit for Port in 8th.
Carolina- 000 000 010 010 2 3 1
Wake Forest 003 000 100 4 8 2
Summary : E Herring, Liptak.. Brooks;
RBI Wiess, Alford. Harris. Liptak,
Smith; 2B Wiess, Harris;. 3B Liptak,
Woodlief, 2: SB Smith; BB Port, 1.
Woodlief 9; SO Port 5, Woodlief 18;
H off Port 7 in 7. Paschal 1 in 1; LOB
Wake -Forest 5. UNC 11; WP Wood
lief; LP Port 3-4). Time: 2!20.
4:00 Field 1, A TO vs. SPE; Field 2, !
Lambda Chi vs. Beta 1; Field 3. Kappa
Sig vs. Pi Lamb; Field 4, Phi Delt 2
vs. Chi Psi 2.
5:00 Field 1, Delt Sig Pi vs. Zete 1,
Field 2, DKE 2 vs. PiKA 1; Field 3,
Beta 2 vs. SAE 2; Field 4, Theta Chi
vs. Phi Delt 1.
4:00 Ruffin vs. Connor 2 (Dormi
tory Championship) .
With Woodlief getting IS strike
outs, the Wake Forest catcher
Brooks, was credited with 19 put-outs.-
An oddity occurred , when
their first-baseman Smith "was
given only two. putouts. Caro- :St. Louis &t New York, rain
i: t, Tlr,lntr Detroit 6t Boston, rain
Philadelphia C. Chicago 2
New York at-Cincinnati, night game
St. Louis it Brooklyn, night game
Boston at Pittsburgh, night game
In Athens, Go.
Special to The Dailt Tab Heel
ATHENS, Ga , April 29The
golf team from North Carolina
arrived here late tonight for the
annual Southern Intercollegiate
tournament which will start here
Staying at the Pullman Hotel
with Coach Chuch Erickson are
golfers Lew Brown, Bob Black,
Tommy Langley, Jimmy Ferree,
Bill Williamson, Pete Parker and
The Carolina team will get in
a practice round tomorrow and
then will tee off Thursday after
noon for the first 18 holes of the
tourney. Eighteen more holes will
follow on Friday and then , 3 6
holes remain on Saturday for the
low 50 .shooters: It will probably
take about 154 to qualify for
the last 36 holes.
The Carolina team is ranked
favorably in the tournament,
which -also serves as the South
eastern Conference's annual
league championship, but North
Texas State, defending champion,
will be the decided favorite when
action starts on Thursday morning-
Georgia and LSU will battle
it out for the Southeastern title
and are also given a good chance
to win the whole tournament.
Other highly-rated teams are
Duke and Florida Florida defeat
ed and tied the Blue Devils ear
lier in the season.
The individual title will go to
North Texas State's Billy Max
well if everything goes according
to Hoyle. He won the National
Amateur last summer and is de
fending champion at the SIC.
Mike Souchack, "of Duke, and
Tommy Langley, - of Carolina
hould be near the top when the
shooting, is over Saturday.
ers Flay B omof row;
The Tar Heel baseball team will
travel to Durham tomorrow after
noon to take on the conference
pacing Duke Blue Devils. : This
Duke Field encounter - will be the
third meeting of the present sea
son between the two arch rivals.
The" Dukes have taken the first
Coach . Jack Coombes hard
hitting crew is sporting a record
of 13 wins as' against only one
defeat in the Southern Confer
ence. This record has been ac
complished largely through the
efforts of such sluggers as first
baseman Bill Werber and short
stop Dick Groat, and some sterl
ing pitching by Joe Lewis and
Bob Davis. '
Carolina will be out to better
its mediocie record of five wins
and five losses.
Coaches George Barclay and
Tom Scolt blasted out an 11-7
record in the Woollen Gym
Cribbage League to take the
first round of play.
Using T-formtlion tactics, and
post plays to' a great advantage
Barclay-Scott compiled a per
centage of .609.
In second place is the Pupa
Blylhe team wilh a 9-8 mark.
Following are Slrayhorn-Mark-ham
at 8-9 and Jamerson
Meade, who have been taking
lessons from Barclay and Scott,
Carolina's strong tennis tcm,
undefeated . in fifteen games- be
fore losing two in a row, will
try to break back into the win
column again here tomorrow
against Washington-Lcc . Uni
versity in a Southern Conferonfe
The Tar Heels are second in
the Conference, just a few per
centage points behind Duke who
is undefeated in Conference play
and is the only SC team that has
Duke beat Carolina, 5-4, in" a
match that wasn't decided until
the last ball had been served.
The only other Tar Heels loss
was a 9-0 rout at the hands of
Rollins College, one of the be-st
college teams in the country.
Carolina won't get another shot
at the Blue Devils until the
Southern Conference Tourna
ment beginning May 17 at David
son. Davidson is the only other
Conference opponent that Caro
lina should have any trouble with,
and the match with Davidson
was rained out last Saturday.
A rematch hasn't been sche
duled, and there may not be
Washington-Lee hasn't shown
much this season, and Carolina
is a heavy favorite to win the
match. Herb Browne, number
two man, has been sidelined with
measles and is expected to report
back to play against the Generals.
Chicago t Washington, wet grounds
4 Cleveland at Philadelphia, night game
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