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THE DAILY TAR HEEL SUNDAY. MAY 4. 1952
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First Places For 20 Points
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
DURHAM, May 3 A freshman named Joel Shankle took four
first place here today to almost singlehandedly defeat the Carolina
track team for Duke, 76-55.
Shankle, who hadn't received much notice until the meet, won
every event he competed in, the high jump, broad pump, high hur
dles, and low hurdles for a 20 ;
point personal total. The six foot
one inch, 170-pounder will have
three more years to develop, and
Duke is looking for another Bill
The Tar Heels could only mus
ter only five wins in - the fifteen
events, with field-event man
Roger Morris leading Carolina
On Wednesday. May 7. the
Carolina track team' will have
a dual meet with the University
ef Virginia at Chapel Hill on
Feirer Field. The Tar Heels
will be trying lo better their
with 8 points. Carolina's Bill
Cornell placed in four events to
lead in that department, taking
a second and three thirds.
Bobby Barden of Carolina won
the two mile run which places
bim as one of the top contenders
for the best two-milers in the
Conference as he has defeated the
runners from Maryland, State,
Bill Walker of Carolina won
the " Javelin, giving him six
straight wins in that event. Wal
ker, who is a senior in his first
Shot Put: 1. Kislter (D). 2. Morris
(C) . 3. Lawrence (D) Distance: 45
feet, 43,4 in.
1 Mile Run: 1. Sanders (D), 2. Mars
hall (D), 3. Osborne (C). Time: 4:28.
.High Jump: 1. Shankle (D), 2. Tie
?etween Cornell (C) and Nichols (D).
Height: 6 ft.
Pole Vault: 1. White (C), 2. Four
vay tie between Jordan. ' (C) Me
vhinney (C). Cates (D), Manos (D).
ieight: 12 ft.
Javelin: 1. Walker (C). 2. Bell (C).
3. Cornell (C). Distance: 182 ft. 7 in.
440-Yard Run: 1. Tate (D), 2. Ray
(C. 3. Anderson (D). Time: 50.2 ,
. 100-Yard Dash: 1. Scott (C). 2. Poss
(). 3. Brown (C). Time: 10.0.
120-Yard High Hurdles: 1. Shankle
(D) , 2. BeaU (C)., 3. Cornell (C).
880-Yard Run: 1. Loub (D), 2.
Brigham (C). 3. Tafel (D). Time:
220-Yard Dash: 1. Poss (D). 2.
Brown (C). 3. Field (D). Time: 21.9.
Discus: 1. Morris (C). 2. Campbell
IT, 3. Rizzo (C). Distance: 136 ft.
Broad Jump: 1. Shankle (D). 2.
Nichols (D). 3. Scott (C). Distance:
22 ft. 8 510. in.
2 Mile Run: 1. Barden (C). 2. San
ders (D), 3. Glatz (C). Time: 10:09.9.
220-Yard Low Hurdles: 1. Shankle
D). 2. Tate (D), 3. Cornell (C).
Mile Relay: Duke (Hansen, Novak,
Anderson, Tate). Time: 3:28.8.
Langley, Williamson Lead
UNC In College Golf Match
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
ATHENS, Ga., May 2 Caro
lina's golf team, led by Tommy
Langley and Bill Williamson,
shot a score of 600 for 36 holes
here to give the Tar Heels a tie
with Georgia Tech for fifth place
in the Southern Intercollegiate
Langley had a 73-75 148, and
Williamson had a 76-72148, with
Williamson's 72 being the best
round any Carolinian has shot.
North Texas State College won
the tournament with a team
score of 570 that set a new record,
and two North Texans, Buster
Reed and Billy Maxwell, are
round will be played tomorrow Garbisch, 80-80 160, and Billy
to determine the winner of the
low individual contestant in the
tourney. In team competition,
Georgia was second and LSU
Other Tar Heel scores are: Bob
Black, 77-73 150; Lew Brown,
80-74 154; Bill Thornton, 80-76
156; Dan Duke, 79-81160; Ed
The record set by North Texas
was seven strokes better than the
previous record set by practic
ally the same team last year.
The Southeastern Conference
championship is also decided in
the tournament, with second,
place Georgia winning the title.
Carolina's spring sports will be
year of track, has never lost the over come May 17, when three
event.-Carolina swept the javelin, Southern Conference Champion
with Bob Bell and CornelLtaking ! ships will be held. The tennis
second and third in the only championships, baseball cham
evsnt of the day that the Tar : pionships, and tracks champion-
Heels took all three places.
Scott Beats Poss
Carolina's Frank Scott beat out
Di ce's Poss in the 100-yard dash,
and Hany Brown defeated Piney
Fields of Duke for third place.
In the pole vault, Ramos White
j'.tmpsd twelve feet to take the
event for Carolin a, with Sam J or
c!?n and Fred Mewhinney tieing
t"ro Blue Devils for second.
Morris win in the discus was
the last of , the afternoon for. Caro
lina. Gsne Brigham ; broke fast
in the 880-yard run, and led the
fold for four-fifths of. the way,
b Jt he couldn't keep up the pace,
rid Duke's Loub passed him in
V -2 stretch. Brigham ran the first
yards in 55 seconds.
Duke easily won the rest of
the meet, but the Blue Devils
failed to sweet) an event.
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Carolina fans won't have to go
far to see the track champion
ships they will be held on Fet
s The Carolina golf team will
try to break the jinx Duke has
over Carolina when they travel
to the Hillendale golf course
in Durham on May 9 for a
match with Duke.
leading individually. Reed has a
72-66138, and Maxwell, who is
a National Amateur champion, is
second with 69-71140.
The Tar Heels were four
strokes behind fourth Wake Fo
rest and 11 ahead of seventh place
Duke. State was well dovn the
line so Carolina was second best
of the Big Four teams in the
tournament. Another 36-hole
Boston 5. St. Louis 2
Detroit 6. New York 3
Philadelphia 7. Chicago 1
Washington 7, Cleveland 6
Chicago 3, Brooklyn 2
St. Louis 3. Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 8, Boston 1
New York 3, Pittsburg 2
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