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PAGE FOOT! ...THE -DAILY. TAR HEEL, --THURSDAY, MAY I, 1S52
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Lore To Pitch As Tar -Heels
Seek First Win Over Devils
by Tom Peacock ,
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Carolina baseball coach Walt Rabb will send hurler Bill Lore
to the mound this afternoon against Duke University at Duke, as
the Tar Heels try to take their first
Big Four champions. '
Duke will probably use its ace
batteries will be starting todaj'
that started the last time the two
teams met. In the last game
Lore was blasted out of the box
and the Blue Devils won the
Carolina is fresh from a hu
miliating 4-2 loss to Wake Forest
in which Deacon pitcher Don
Woodlief held the Tar" Heels to
three hits while striking out 18
men, and Rabb is hopeful that his
charges will begin collecting a
few hits. Duke nosed out Caro
lina in their first meeting this
year, 4-2, on a fluke inside the
park home run.
Carolina will need "some hit
ting this afternoon, for no matter
how good a game Lore pitches
Duke stands to get a couple of
runs. . Duke has a team batting
average of .329, with left fielder
Red Smith leading the team hit
ting at .475, 'and shortstop Dick
Groat second with .394. Coach
Jack Coombs could start a team
comprised of nothing but better-than-,300
hitters if he wished, by
"catching Jack Tarr, a .314 hitter,
and using Bob Davis, a .385 swat
ter, on the mound.
The Tar Heels have a 5-5 rec
ord in Conference play, but they
are trailing in the Big Four race
with two wins over State, their
only victories in competition with
Duke, , State and Wake Forest.
Carolina has lost five games, two,
to Duke, two to Wake Forest, and
one to State. Duke is way out
front in both Conference and Big
Four standings, with 13 wins and
one loss in SC play.
Lewis is leading the Blue Devils
with a 4-0 record this season aft
er pacing the squad all last year
and posting one of the best slates
in the Big Four. Duke is prob
ably the most powerful team in
the East with a 19-2 record, in
cluding wins over many North
ern teams. The Blue Devils have
just returned from a northern
Carolina's' starting lineup isn't
definite now, but it is a surety
that Connie Gravitte, Tom Stev
ens, and Dick Wiess, the three
men who hit against Wake For
est Tuesday, will start.
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win off the Southern Conference
pitcher," Joe Lewis, so the same
To 15-14 Win
The pitchers took a back seat to
the hitters, and the hitters made
the most of their opportunities as
four early sof tball games were
run off on the intramural field
Beta-1 defeated Lambda Chi
15-14, in the closest contest of the
day. Other results found Kappa
Sig defeating Pi Lam, 19-4; Chi
Psi-2 defeating Phi Delt-2, 29-18;
Beta-2. defeating SAE-2, 25-17;
and ATO defeating SPE, 21-17.
The Beta-Lambda Chi game
was a real thriller, decided in the
last of the seventh inning when
Beta pitcher Paul Von Bramer
came through with a three-run
homer to break up the contest.
The winners had gone into the
last frame with a one run lead,
only to have the Lambda Chi's
score five times, the big blow
being pitcher Bob Morris' home
run with two aboard.
The Beta's, however, came back
in their half of the inning to
score two quick runs and set the
stage for Von Bramer's swat.
Lambda Chi pulled off a triple
play in the third inning to kill a
Beta rally which had already
been good for four tallies. Right
fielder Travis Porter led the los
ers at bat with three hits, while
third baseman "Pot" Burton col
lected three for the Beta's, includ
ing a grand slam home run in
the third inning.
The ATO's spurted in the late
innings to gain a victory" over
SPE in a see-saw battle. ATO
pitcher Dwight Elting and SPE
hurler Jack Owens both had trou
ble holding the opposing batters
in check. Third baseman John
Ruggles was the victors' leading
hitter, rapping out four hits in
six trips to the plate, while Nel
son Fletcher had three for four
to pace the SPE's. .
The Phi Delt-Chi Psi slugfest
looked like a runaway at first,
with the Chi Psi's holding a 10
run lead at one point. An 11 run
inning put the Phi Delts back
in the ball game, however, and
knocked Chi Psi pitcher Ed
Waller out of the box. He was
replaced by Tommy York, who
managed to hold on to gain the
win. Van Weatherspoon went all
the way for the losers.
The other game ended in the
sixth inning, when the Kappa
Sigs gained a 15 run advantage
over Pi Lam.
by Paul Cheney
The number two tennis team
of Connor dormitory swept three
straight matches and the, lone
dcuble event from Ruff in yester
day afternoon in the intramural
tennis finals to become champions
of the dormitory division.
In taking the title the Connor
netters dropped . only one set
during the entire afternoon.
John Welbourne exhibited
superior form in takings his
singles match from Rod Nicol,
Ruffin's number one player. Wel
bourne won both sets by identi
cal scores of 6-4.
Tom West, number two man
for the winners, took the mea
sure of Ruffin's John Culbertson
I in the second singles contest. West
swept both sets, also by 6-4 de
cisions. In the other single encounter
27 Zeta Psi-2
15 Phi Kap Sig
Phi Delt-2 24
Pi Kap Phi 0
3. Dental School Med Sch-2 0
3 Kap Psi DKE-1 0
3 Chi Psi-2 PiKA-2 O
3 Pi Lamb-1 TEP-1 0
2 Winston-1 Med Sch-1 1
2 Zeta Psi-1 ATO-3 1
4:00 Field 1. Winston 1 vs Connor 1;
Field 2, DKE 1 vs. Beta 1; Field 3.
Phi Delt 1 vs. TEP 1; Field 4. SAE 2
vs. Theta Chi.
5:00 Field 1. Med School 1 vs. Win
ston 3; Field 2, Med School 4 vs. Con
nor 2; Field 3, Delt Sig Pi vs. Lambda
Chi; Field 4, Chi Phi vs. Sigma Nu 2.
7:00 Lambda Chi 3 vs. Phi Gam 1;
Beta 2 vs. Pi Lamb 2.
7:40 Theta Chi 2 vs. Kappa Sig 3;
PiKA 1 vs. Delt Sig Pi.
8:20 Zete 3 vs. Lambda Chi 1; Phi
Kappa Sig 2 vs. Phi Delt 1.
4:00 Sigma Chi vs. Zeta Psi.
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Frank Bowman decisively de
feated Frank Craver. Bowman
took the first set, 6-2, and the
second by a 6-4 count.
Ruff ins doubles team proved a
little more troublesome than its
singles competitors, but lost in
three sets to the Connor combi
nation. The Connor team took the
first set by a 6-4 count, and cap
'. red the third by the same score.
Ruffin took its only set in the
second with a 7-5 victory. Charlie
Bennett and Tom Bridges made
up the Ruffin force, while the
Connor combination consisted of
Ed Steele and Jim Pacha ves.
Nichol and Culbertson were
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slated to meet Steele and Pach
aves in case each team took two
In reaching the finals, Connor
met several tough opponents.
The most notable of these was
the med school, who met the
champions in the semi-finals.
Ruffin also ran into some stiff
competition before yesterday'3
Connor will probably meet the
fraternity champion for the all
campus title. At present DKE,
ATO, and Sigma Nu are in the
semi-finals of fraternity competi
tion, while Zeta Psi and Sigma
Chi are in the quarter finals.
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