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THE DAILY TAR HEEL. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1952
JI iO Hi i. s
Special io Tmk Daily Tar IIeei.
DAVIDSON, May 16 The
Carolina tennis team assured it
itit of nt least one Southern
Conference tennis champion here
today as its number one and two
doubles team swept into tomor
row's finals. In the singles Caro
;ilso has a finalist as Del Sylvia
tame tack strong today after
pulling a muscle yesterday to win
two matches. Thus Carolina has
a possibility of making a clean
sweep of the tournament for the
second straight year.
Sylvia Vesn't Bothered
Sylvia's injury didn't seem to
bother him today as he came back
strong to play some of the best
tennis of his career. In the quar
terfinals he beat John Bremer of
Davidson, 6-4, 6-3.
Sylvia's semifinal match went
the limit as he and Norman Shel
lingcr battled it out for a posi
tion in the finals. Sylvia won out
in five sets 6-1, 6-3, 1-6, 3-6, 6-3.
Sylvia's overhead, one of his best
shots, was working perfectly to
day and he had many chances to
use it. Herb Browne, the other
Carolina player in the singles was
eliminated in the quarterfinals
by Lacy Keesler of Davidson,
In the finals tomorrow Sylvia
-will meet Tom Boys of William
and Mary, the number one seeded
player of the tournament. Boys
has beaten Sylvia once this year.
Brown, Payne Play Best
In the doubles competition the
Carolina team of Browne and
Payne played their best tennis
of the season as they beat Boys
and Honald Barnes of William
and Mary, last year's runner-up
for the title. The scores were 3-6,
6-1, 6-2, 6-4. They had gained
the semifinals by beating Huyett
and Myers of Maryland, 12-10
5-7, 6-4. Sylvia and Handel made
it an all-Carolina finals when
they beat Shellinger and Shim-?
ZcScs '.Chomps In -Horscshoo
The Zeta Psis beat Sigma Nu
In horseshoes, 2-1, Thursday night
to take the fraternity intramural
championship. The win gives the
Zetes two intramural champion
ships for spring quarter. They are
tennis and horseshoes.
Campus championships will be
played Monday night at 7:00 be
tween Zeta Psi.and the Dental
School, who won the dorm cham
Singles Ed Brown (Zeta) defeated
John Fountain (Sig Nu), 2-21. 21-14..
Doubles Tom Gregory-Bud Wallace
(ieta) defeated R. K. wmte-uoocn
Utne (Sag Nu), 5-21 21-6, 21-15; Bob
Page-Buck Small (Sig Nu) defeated
Mugh Chapman-CharliO Watkins
(Zeta). 21-15, 21-15.
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Track Summaries' -
Shot Put Morris (UNC) 48 Tt. 10 in.;
Hunt (WVa) 48 ft. 3 in.; Unterkofler
(M) 47 ft. 7Vz in.; Augsberger M)
47 ft. 5V2 in.; Kistler (Duke) 45 ft. 11
in.; McNeely (Dav.) 45 ft. in.
Javelin Cochran (VP1) 203 ft.
in.; Cornell (UNC) 175 ft. 8V3 in.;
iSDurgn JVi) 175 ft. 2 in.; Walker!
turvnji 174 it. in,: Hoffman M
a 174 It. 3U in.; Bell (UNC) 170 ft. 8 V
UtorO. jump Cohen (M) 23 ft 5
nt.; Shankle (Duke) 23 ft. 35,fe in.:
Lanrfotd (VP1 22 ft. 8 in.; Brown
(UNO 22 ft. 5'2 in. stroun m 22 ft.
2 in.; Long (UNC) 22 ft.
440-vard dash- 1st HeaU Johnson
(VPI) 49.9, Pentzer (M). (2nd Heat )
licat) Tate (Duke) 50.3. Wilson (Ml.
10e-yard Dash (1st Heat) Brown I
TT-.i in A , V . I
(uso. (2nd Heat) Scott (UNC) lo.i,
Decker (VMi), Neims (R).
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Heat) Shankle (Duke) 15.1, Rakow
M), (3rd Heat) Mapp (VMI) 15.2,
880-yard Run (1st Heat) Loub
(Duke) 1:58.9, Angle (VPI), Waggoner
(M), (2nd Heat) Buehler (M) 1:59.2,
Moore (VPI), Brigham (UNC) .
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(UNC) 22.C. Matthews (M), (2nd
u-yaru uasn usi xieai) mown
Heat) Decker (VMI) 21.6. Nordquist
(M). (3rd Heat) Poss (Duke) 21.8,
Discus Throw Hunt (WVa) 139 ft.
6 in.. Brown (M) 138 ft. 4 in.. Mor
ris (UNC) 136 ft. 3V2 in., Griswold
(NCS) 131 ft. 1 in., Rizzo (UNC)
128 ft. 84 in.. Mills (VPI) 128 ft. 1 in
220-vard Low Hurdles (1st Heat
shankle (Duke) 23.6. Cornell (UNO.
(vim rd iif.at TAtr (Duke 24.2.
Cohen (M) .
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broad jump finalists Is did Al
the broad jump
Long for Carolina. Conference de
fending champion sprinter, UNC's
Frank Scott gave notice of things
to come in the 100, posting the
best time of the aiternoon. a
rather slow 10.1. !
In the hurdles, Carolina's Son
ny Beall won his heat in the 120-
yard high hurdles ith a 15.1 per
formance, matching that of Duke's
heat. Carolina's Romas .White,
second-place finisher in his heat,
eliminated cocky Tex Carter,
Maryland's leading timber - top
Another close finish found Tar
Heel Gene Brigham punching his
way into the finals of the half-.
mile run by a hair's width. The
qualifying times in the heats of
the half were both rather slow.
Carolina failed to place men in
the finals of the quarter-mile, but
put finalists in the other ten
events. The Tar Heels got two in
the finals in four of the other
events and three in one.
mell of Duke. 6-4. 6-4. 4-6. 6-3.
The weather here was very hot
and the boys had to be fed candy
bars between sets to keep them
going. Tomorrow's finals will
start at 2 p. m.
by Biff Roberts
A two stroke tenaltv imnosed on
mn mi nA ' a
4HWiUlWi iur DUflg iaie w
the first tee kfmt Carnlmft's tmlf
"v-" uuuioputcu .itciui xj.x uxk
first rmmrf rf the Smyrna- Pnn.
ference gu- tournament played
Thornton shot a 73,. and the
PnrrVlrnn o Qfi 4rvf1 4
secona place waice J? orest ty two
stroke! but n currrkp mnvp W
siroKes DUl a Surprise move by
the rules committee -Denalized
rwii, a j . i ,
iwu tuuiies auu pui uie
Tar Heels in a tie with Wake
Forest at 298.
Carolina's Pete Parker, whose
score will not count in the race
for the team trophy, cut loose
with a four under par 67 to lead
tne tieia of 4J goiters. ILach
Southern Conference school is al
lowed to enter six men in the
. ,r , .
ed seven for Carolina, was not
entered by trie Tar Heels.
The team score is figured on
the four low players. Tommy
Langley, who was second low man
in the tourney with 71, Thornton
with 75, Bill Williamson with 75,
and Lew Brown with 77 made
up the four man Carolina team.
N.C. State holds third place in
the tournament with 300 Duke
fifth with 303, and Davidson sixth
with 309. The final round win be
played tomorrow. - .
Parker, shot a 31-36 67 on the
tough, par 35-36 71 Old Town
Country Club course to post the
. ,W1"'J1U? Uli
first nine blew their score on the
Maurice Brackett of State, Dick
Tiddy of Wake Forest, Frank Eden
of Wake Forest, and Charlie
Smith of -The Citadel are all tied
for third in the individual low
scoring with 72.
Jim Ferree and Bob Black, who
n &JM1 V are-tne otner two
i ii . it .i
members of trie Carolina team.
Other Carolina golfers who corn-
peiea are: nxigar uetty, 74;
I lom Kuffm, cu; and Doug Rob-
by Vardy Euckalcw
Vic Seixas, former Carolina
tennis star, and currently ranked
the number one amateur player
in the country, will return to
Chapel. Hill on Tuesday, May 20
to play an exhibition match.. That
day will be proclaimed "Vic Sei
xas Day' and a banquet will be
held in his honor Tuesday night
following the match.
Coach John Kenfield of the
Carolina tennis team has arranged
the activities and has sent out
invitations to all former tennis
monogram winners. He has also
sent invitations to some 250 other
tennis enthusiasts in . the sur
rounding area, and so far is
having good, response. Special
bleachers have been placed
around one of the varsity courts
and there will be an approximate
seating capacity of 3,500.
Seixas will arrive Monday night,
having just returned from Ber
muda where he played in two
tournaments as a warmup for the
Wimbledon Championships. He
will play Del Sylvia, Carolina's
number one player in a singles
match. There will also be a
doubles match but the opponents
have not been named yet. There"
is a possibility that Bitsy Grant,
another former Carolina tennis
great, will be able to" come up for
the day. If he comes, he and
Seixas will play Herb Browne
and Bob Payne. If he is not able
to make the trip, and . it seems
likely that he will not, Browne
will team up with Seixas to face
The iwo so'uiheria ieams
Duke and Stale both won in
the Erst round of ihe Southern
Conference baseball iourney in
Ilalelgh. Duke beai George
Washington, 7-3 end Si&J
blanked Richmond. 5-0.
Performance Tonight .
CsSO FOREST THEATRE
f And ' ' T '
; i Guides
t ; From
203 EL FsanHin St.
: ' Open" Evenings
Payne and Clark Taylor, Carolina
tennis captain in 1950.
The banquet to be held Tues
day night will be held in the Caro
lina Inn and Coach Kenfield has
invited the public to attend, It
will be at 7 o'clock and an inter
esting program has been planned.
The cost will be $2.75 a plate
and reservations may be made by,
calling the alumni office at 7781
before 1 p. m. on Monday. Tickets
will be held at the desk in the
i Inn between 6 and 7 on Tuesday
Seixas played at Carolina in
1946 and then left for the Navy.
He returned and played from
1947-49, and was captain the last
two years. - ;
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