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TUESDAY, JULY 1,
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Fetzer To Be
"Coach Bob" Fetzer, Director of
Physical Education and athletics
since 1923, began new duties yes
terday as Executive secretary of
the Morehead scholarship founda
tion. His physical education post
was taken over by Oliver K.
Cornwell and Charles P. Erickson.
Cornwell will serve, as chairman
of the Department of Physical
Education and Athletics and
Erickson will take over as direc
tor of athletics.
Since coming here in 1921 as
football coach, Coach Fetzer has
directed the building of North
Carolina's athletic and physical
education program into one of
the nation's finest and most re
Smce his arrival, the Univer
sity's program has increased to
embrace 13 intercollegiate sports
and the vast intramural program
had more than 2,000 students tak
ing part in its activities last year.
As track "coach Fetzer saw his
teams win 14 of 28 outdoor
Southern Conference champion
ships and 12 of 17 indoor titles.
He founded the famed Southern
Conference Indoor Games. He
turned out 99 individual Southern
Conference indoor track cham
pions and many well known per
formers. Fetzer was honored at an in
formal supper by the members of
his staff four weeks ago and at
a formal 25th anniversary cele
bration on June 7, 1947, .
do iron Frospeo'
Go To Trials
Coach Ralph Casey and four
prominent young ' swimmers left
here last week fox Flushing Mea
dow, N.Y., and the Olympic
Swimming trials. which start July
4. . - ,
Included in the party were
Jimmy Thomas, National A.A.U.
backstroke champion, Bob Braw
ner, Donnie Evans and Jack Ed
wards. - The swimmers have worked out
m the University Pool for a
month getting in shape for the
trials. If the swimmers manage to
finish in the top three in their
events they will be automatically
selected for a berth on the Oly
mpic team which leaves for Hel
sinki, Finland two weeks later.
by Tom Parramore
Ed. Note: This is the third in a
pectiye football candidates. Bear them
in mina, lor it may well be that among
viicse wm De me stars 01 tne iuiure.
J?ootball prospect of the week
is a husky . freshman from
Waynesville, N. C, James De
weese. This versatile star has
just completed four years as the
scourage of the Blue Ridge
conference and now hopes to
turn h'is attention and talents
toward Southern conference com
petition. - As captain of Waynesville's
football team last year, Deweese
blazed out of his fullback posi
tion for twenty touchdowns in
leading his team to the confer
ence championship. It was the
third time in four -years that
Waynesville had come out on top.
Touchdown romps by " Deweese
averaged 36 yards. He also scored
six extra points and tossed four
touchdown passes. Later in
Paper Bowl ' Waynesville ripped
through a crack outfit from New
bury, S. C. by a score of 20-13.
Deweese was named to the
Blue Ridge all-conference team
in fcfotball for three consecutive
years, and made the Western
North Carolina all-star team for
two years. He played in the
Optimist Bowl and has accepted
an invitation to play in the East-
Between football seasons, De
weese kept in shape by playing
baseball and track. He established
a 50-yard meet record during
Hieh School field day at WCTC
when he streaked the ; distance in
.05:8 seconds. He holds other re
cords in the 100-yard dash and
100-yard medley. He plans to try
out for Carolina's tracK squaa
next spring. .
. Sports scribes throughout the
state are lauding Buddy Heins'
brilliant display of talent last
week in the 150-yard rnedley re
lay held in Kessing outdoor-pool.
Swimming the anchor leg for
the trio composed of All-America
Jimmy Thomas and Southern
Conference breaststroke champion
Barry Wall, Heins, a ycung free-
styler for the Tar Heel team, gave
out with a strong sprint that in
sured the success of the trio in
breaking the American record.
The new mark is 1:20.9 as com
pared with the old mark of 1:21.1.
Heins from Sanford, continued
the sizzling pace set by back
stroke ace Thomas and Wall; and
was largely responsible for the
The crowd witnessing the ex
hibition meet received an addi-
ional thrill when Donnie; Evans
of Charlotte just missed break
ing Johnny Weismuller's 200-
yard freestyle American ; record
of 2:01:2. Evan's mark was just
two-tenths of a second shy.
Bob Brawner, Princeton
breaststroke ace was four-tenths
of a second short of breaking his
own American record of 2:41.4
for the 220-yard breaststroke.
Thomas, Brawner, Evans, and
Jack Edwards left Sunday for
Flushing Meadow, N. Y. where
they will compete in the Olympic
swimming trials. The first three
men in each event will automatic
ally; qualify for the Olympic
Vic Seixas, battling Philadel
phian and former Tar Heel ten
nis great showed his best form to
date in the All-England lawn
tennis championships in Wimble
don, Eng. last week by defeating
1950 Wimbledon chnrapion Budgt
Patty, 7-5, 4-6, 6-S, 7-3.
According to reports, the match
was a favorite of the center court
crowd of more than 10,000 as the
two stars, both masters at all
court play, showed an amazing
variety of drop shots and lobs.
Seixas, who .was honored here
at Vic Seixas Day during the
spring quarter, is one of the favo
rites in the tournament that pits
the world's best players together
in rugged competition.
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