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i HE DAILY TAR HEEL SUNDAY, MAY 4. 1952
Marbry Wins First; Wiess
Clouts 2nd Straight Homer
Special to The
DAVIDSON, May 3 Don Marbry, boosted to the varsity from the
Jayvee squad yesterday, turned in
here today while Carolina blasted
in a Southern Conference contest.
The Tar Heels thumped two
base hits and six singles, with a
field wall by Dick wiess leading -
the attack. It was Wiess' second
homer in as many days.
Carolina grabbed a 1-0 lead in
the first inning when Mark Her
ring singled, went to second on a
passed ball by Davidson catcher
Safelos, and scored on successive
ground balls by Coats and Dale.
The Tar Heels lengthened their
lead to 2-0 in the third on two
singles and a stolen base. Bruce
Coats singled with one away,
stold second, and scored on a long
single by Connie Gravitte. Caro
lina got two more hits and a run
in the fourth when John Mot
Carolina's baseball team re
turned home around eight
o'clock last night. The Tar Heels
will go to Ashboro Monday to ,
play a night game with Mc- j
Craxy Hosiery, one of the better
semi-pro teams in the state.
singer doubled to the right field
fence and came home on Charlie
Bridger's single to make the
Davidson scored three times in
the bottom of the ninth to tie the
score at 3-3. The third was the
only inning that Marbry was in:
deep trouble, and he tightened
down after allowing three runs.
Carolina broke the tie and went
into the lead to stay in the top
half of the sixth when Motsinger
walked and then Wiess sent him
trotting in with his blast over the
wall, making the score 5-3. David
son moved up a notch in the bot
tom of the eighth, scoring one run
to narrow Carolina's lead to 5-4L
The Tar Heels saved their big
inning until the ninth, when a
passed ball, a wild pitch, an error,
and three long hits gave them
lour runs. Wiess walked, was
singled to third by Herring, and
then scored on a 40-foot double
by Gravitte that missed being a
homer by one foot. Davidson sent
in reliefer Smith for starting
pitcher Bennett who allowed
Gravitte to score on a wild pitch,
before retiring the side with Caro
lina ahead, 9-4.
UNC 101 102 004 9 0
Davidson 000 300 010 4 7 4
Carolina Marbry and Wiess. David
son Bennett. Smith (9). and Safelos.
4:00 Field 1. DKE-1 vs Zeta Psi-1;
Field 2. SAE-1 vs Pi Lamb; Field 3.
Kap Sig vs DKE-2; Field 4, Beta-2
vs AK Psi.
5:00 Field 1. PiKA-1 vs Phi Cam-2;
Field 2, Phi Gam-1 vs Sig Nu-2; Field
3. Old; West vs Dental Sch-2; Field 4.
Med Sch-2 vs Connor-1.
5:00 Sig Chi vs Zeta Psi.
7:00 SPE-3 vs Theta Chi-2; Chi PsI-3
7:40 Phi Gam-3 vs Sig Chi-2J JBeta
1 vs Phi Kap Sig-1.
8:20 Phi Gam-2 v Zete-2; ATO-1
vs Sig Nu-2.
Daily Tar Heel
a seven-hit pitching performance
nine hits to beat Davidson, 9-4,
Bulldog pitchers for three extra-
425-foot home run over the center
Lacrossers Winners Byl2-5;
Harrall Sets Goal Record
by Martin Jordan
Dickie Harrall, outstanding
freshman lacrosseman, broke the
university season scoring record
yesterday as the Tar Heel stick
men defeated Virginia Tech 12-5.
Harrall, who topped the indi
vidual game record in scoring
last week with seven goals,
racked up three scores yesterday
to bring his season total to 19
which is three above the uni
versity record set by Walt Ernst
last season. Dickie will have three
more chances to advance the
mark as the Tar Heels go cn the
road next week in the last lap
of their schedule.
Dick Pillsbury put three goals
in the basket and assisted four
scores to top the scoring for Caro
lina, in yesterday's game. Ted
Dawes, another fast attackman,
tallied three times for the Tar
Heels and assisted in one goal.
Buddy Kaufman, "Buck" Bark
ley, and Bill Walker scored once
each to account for the 12 Caro
Lew Floyd, Carolina's Ail-
American hopeful, played his
usual fine game in the goalie
position as he increased his sea
son saves total to 148; Lew's total
in saves is only about forty be
low the national record,; and with
three games remaining Floyd has
a good chance of tapping that
mark. '- - ! ' :-; ; ! ; ! - . -
Jiggs Watnee led ithe scoring
for the Gobblers with three goals.
Ed Wiley and Frank !Riddick tal
lied once each for the losers' from
Blacksburg. ' ' i ; i "
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LOUISVILLE. Ky.. May 3
Favored Hill Gail look the lead
ai ihe three quarter pole and
won the Kentucky Derby three
lengths ahead of Sub Fleet to
day in 2:01 35. just 15 second
off ihe track record.
Jockey Eddie Arcaro won ihe
derby for the fifth time in his
career, with Calumet Stables
I taking the $96,300 prize money.
The Tar Heel squad has three
games yet to play and will travel
to Washington and Lee next Sat
urday for their next engagement.
The following Monday the Caro
lina stickmen meet VPI at Blacks
burg, and they end the season
with a game at Duke on May 15.
Carolina Position VPI
Harrall lattack Watnee
Pillsbury .attack . . , Wilkens
Dawes - attack - maaicK
Bell midfield . ..!? Pearson
Kaufman .center .... Manning
Barkley midfield Greenway
Stokes defense Swats
Friedman defense Ryan
Fields defense Tankard
Floyd goalie Bush
Goals: (VPI) Watnee 3. Wiley l.
Riddick 1; (UNO Harrall 3. Dawes 3,
Pillsbury 3, Kaufman 1, Barkley 1.
Substitutions: (VPI) Wiley. Bur
russ, McKinney. Hayworth; (UNC)
Hursh. Linker, Wolfsheimer, Walker,
Burrell. Jones. Sully, Asycue, Hughes,
Dawes, Johnson, Gladstone, Bryant,
Hanes, Dameron, Matthews.
The Tri-Delts nosed-out the Pi
Phi's, 16-15, in the Woman's Ath
letic Association softball tourna
ment. Chi Omega won by forfeit
in the only other contest sche
duled. Next round of the single elim
ination tournament will be play
ed May 5, at 5:00 on Kenan Field.
The KD's 1 meet AD Pi, md a
Carr Kenan combination team
will play the Town Girls. '
Carolina trainer Fitz - Lutz
thinks that a Notre Dame base
ball coach had the right idea---
he quit his job as coach and be
came a football trainer.
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Special to The Daily Tar Heel
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. The
Carolina tennis team opened its
northern trip here yesterday
afternoon by taking a 6-3 : win
over William and Mary. It was
the depth of the team which
pulled it through as the usually
strong parts of the lineup were
unable to win. Both Del Sylvia
and Herb Browne, the first and
second players respectively, were
beaten and the number one
doubles was also beaten.
Sylvia lost to Tom Boys 7-5,
6-4 in an upset in which he had
many chances to win but missed
shots which he usually puts away
with ease. This loss means that
Boys will be seeded ahead of
Sylvia in the Southern Confer
ence tournament later this month.
Brokne was beaten by Rey
nold Barnes 6-2, 7-5. In the
doubles, Sylvia and Handel lost
to Bols and Barnes 2-6 6-2, 6-4.
The Carolina pair looked very
good in winning the first set
easily but Jet up to lose the
second. The score was tied at
four games all in the third set
when the William and Mary team
broke the Carolina service and
went on to win. the last game.
Singles Boys (WtM) defeated Syl
via (UNC). 7-5, 6-4; Barnes (W&M)
defeated Browne (UNC), 6-2. 7-5;
Payne (UNC) defeated Larkin (W&M),
6-0? 6-1; Handel (UNC) defeated Spies
(W&M) , 6-1. 6-0; Izlar (UNC) defeated
Hearn (W&M), 6-4, 6-2; Kerdasha
(UNC) defeated Gieg (W&M), 9-7, 6-3.
Doubles Boys . and Barnes (W&M)
defeated Sylvia and Handel (UNO,
2-6, 6-2, 6-4; Browne and Payne (UNC)
defeated Spies and Lawrence (W&M),
6-0. 6-1; Izlar and Kerdasha (UNC)
defeated Larkin and Hearn (W&M),
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