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THE DAILY TAR HEEL, THUItSBiXY, MAY I. 1S52
Seeks 1 6th Win Of Season
Leaves Tomorrow For North
j. by Vardy Buckalew - - -
The Carolina tennis team closes its home season this afternoon
when it meets Washington and Lee University from Lexington, Vir
ginia. The Tar Heels will be seeking their sixteenth win after two
consecutive losses and they are
trouble with the Generals. Although W&L's strength is unknown,
Coach Kenneld does not expect that they will be very strong.
The week-end rains kept the players off the courts from Thurs
day until Tuesday but the team
should be at full strength today
when Herb Browne returns to
the number three position "after
a short illness.
Booker To Play
The lineup will -be the same
.as usual except in the third dou
bles, the main weak spot of thej
team, where Coach Kenneld will
probably use Johnny Booker with
Bill Izlar in an .effort to form a
strong combination. Booker has
improved rapidly this season and
it is hoped that he will solve
the problem of the third doubles.
The match with, Davidson
which was rained out last Satur
day will definitely be played
agin if Davidson beats Duke, ac
cording to Coach Kenfield. He
also said that it was possible that
the match would be played even
if Davidson does not beat Duke,
although it is' not likeiy. If the
match is played, it will be on
May 14 when the team goes to
Charlotte for the Southern Con
The team leaves tomorrow aft
ernoon for an extended northern
trip where it will play seven
matches in ten days. The trip
opens against William and Mary
in Williamsburg, Va., on Satur
day and closes with Virginia on
May 13, in Charlottesville. The
only, thing remaining - on the
schedule after that is the three
day conference tournament which
opens on May 15.
Booker, who was being counted
on for the third doubles, will
have to be left behind due to
studies when the team leaves on
the trip. Coach Kenfield has
three other possibilities for Izlar's
partner in the doubles, Ronny
Kerdasha, Dick Sapp, or Cecil
Milton, and will probably use all
three at one time or another.
Wi Hiatus iHoiriors
As Boson Win 5-3
Special to Th Daily Tar Heel
BOSTON, April 30 Today was
Ted Williams Day at. Fenway
Park and the Splendid Splinter
bowed out of play in splendid
fashion by blasting a 390-foot
home run in the seventh inning
with Dom DiMaggio on base to
break up a tie ball game as the
Red Sox dropped Detroit 5-3.
- This was the last day- of action
for Williams who will leave to
morrow for 17 months of active
duty with the Marine air corps.
The score was tied at 3-3 in the
seventh when DiMaggio singled.
Then Ted stepped to the plate
and powdered his mighty, homer.
The blast allowed Mel Parnell
to win his third straight game of
the year. He has yet to suffer a
The win insured the Red Sox'
first place position by giving them
a 10-2 record. For Detroit it was
the ninth loss against only : two
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not expected to have too much i
The Rains Come
Luck finally ran out on
Coach John Kenfield and his
iennis team Saturday when the
match at Davidson was rained
It was the first match since
the 1950 season that Kenfield
has had cancelled by rain. The
netiers went through the final
five matches of the '50 cam
paign without getting rained
out and then added last year's
complete slate of 25 meets and
the first 17 this year for a to
tal of 47 straight matches. I
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THURS DAY, MAY 1 st
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Special to The Daily Tar Hm, I
ATHENS, Ga., April - 30 The
annual Southern Intercollegiate
golf tournament will get under
way here tomorrow morning with
play over the first 18 holes of
the 72-hole tourney.
In addition to the Southeastern
Conference teams which are
gathered her f of their Confer
ence championship, squads from
all over the" South have come
to compete for the team and in
North Texas State brings back
both the defending team cham
pions and the individual champ.
Led last year by Billy Maxwell,
who won the individual award,
the North Texas team will again
be favored to win. Only one
player "was lost from last year's
Maxwell will be the decided
favorite in individual play, too.
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UP TO : .4 ;
Vc are over-stocked! We must have room for summer
stock arriving daily. " !
SPORT COATS, SLACKS, SHIRTS AND SHOES
ALL on sale to reduce our Inventory!
lot of FULL DRESS SHiRTS; wcre $5.00 NOW $2.65
Dress Shirts were $4,50 to $3.35 and $3.95 to $2.95
'IServihg the college
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Since winning the SIC last year
Hhere, he has added the National!
Amateur to his list of champion
ships. Grouped together behind North
Texas State are five teams which
could possibly carry off the team
honors, LSU, Florida, North Caro
lina, Duke, and Georgia. LSU,
Floriad, and Georgia are tri
favorites to win the Southeastern
Conference division of the tourney
if one of them doesn't walk off
with the whole affair. ,
Maxwell could also have trouble
holding his title. He will be
threatened by some of his team
mates in addition to such players
as Mike Souchak of Duke and
Tommy Langley of Carolina.
The Carolina team arrived here
last night and got in a practice
round today in addition to work-
ing out on the practice -tee.
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