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The Daily Tar Heel
Saturday, Cdcbsr 4, 1S52
own In Front
By Biff Roberts
NOV THAT OUR Consolidated cousins from Raleiah hav a-ed
to tiss over our cancelled ro; fr At-ho- r . ". ,
, , , , ruas m Attsci, Ga. tms weekend, c- fcacs
it would be best to take a look over toward Durham and si" wS
the local football pToarn tn, T - tlT
, -luuclu. t-rrjrn nac to oer. If ccta Duke and Tennessee
live up to aavance notices then their game today ought to de dcccie.
I. wiL be the omy appearance of Tennessee this side of Gatlm
burg tfass year and you can count on Duke Stadium being packed.
JT'f ?"ere ti crowd to run around
5pXL0 people, but I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see a fw ma
than that packed in by 2:20 game time today
One of the greatest drawing cards to the game is that it matches
tne two tQ-maaons mat have caused such controversial discussions in
recent years single wing which Coach Bob Neyiand has finagled
so successfully and the T which has brought Duke's Bill Murrav such
early-season success this year. Both have undefeated records tms
far Duke in two games and the Vols in one.
T reveling Rabbits
i WHO are sstim.2 rsaid frr- f a to T,r --,, t- i,
buu tha. s carrymg littie weight m Durham. Even money bets on the
Devils seems to be floating aU over the Chesterfield town with mo-e
than cigarette inaney to back the wagers. It looks to me. thought, that
the even-money Duke bettors are going to be poorer than traveling
ran cits come sundown today.
Tennessee had a rough opener last weekend in downing Mississip
pi irate, 14-7, scoring in the final quarter to pull the game cut. But
ie v .w ays nave rrouaie with the Staters and you can write that
cne c2 as a warmup. General Neyland has his boys well schooled in
the rudiments of the game and his Tennessee teams have won a lot
of games in the past just by knowing that much to wit their 23-0
methodical victory over Carolina last vear.
But even more than knowing the basic principles of the game,
the Vols have some who know a dam sight more. Pat Shires, who sat
cut last season while Hank Lauricelia and Herky Payne were runnin
things, is reputed to be just as good as either one. Now that remains
to be seen, but there's no doubt that he is good. Then there's Andy
Re-car, Neyland's fullback. The contrast between him and the Blue
Devils Jack Kistler today should be interesting to see. Both are out
standing in their position with Kistler now ranking first in the South
ern Conference and fourth in the nation in rushing effense.
Cats and Canaries
THS VOLS HAVE been famous for their ability in past years to
pounce upon their opponents mistakes and convert them into touch
downs. With the line Neyland has this year, it looks as though they
will play the same kind of football today. Doug Atkins, a pre-sea-scn
All-America leads the Tennessee defensive unit which brought
about the Volunteers second and winning touchdown against Missis
sippi State last weekend by recovering a fumble deep in the State
The offensive linei s headed by another All-America hopeful, John
Xlicheis, a man Key land calls the best blocking guard he's ever coach
ed and the General has had some good ones.
The Blue Devils are a little better known to-the local fans- and,
judging from the performances Duke has shown in its first two games,
the Vols certainly won't have an easy time from them today.
Duke Takes Winning Streak 1
Info Game With Tennessee
With 10 Hits
Sriedal to The Daily Tah Hnrr.
YOES, Oct. 3 The
Brooklyn Dodgers beat the New
York Yankees, 5-3, today behind
the effective, six-hit pitching cf
their lefthanded ace, Preacher
Roe, to take a 2-1 game lead in
the World Series.
Playing before a packed Yan
kee Stadium house of over 66,CC0
paid customers, the National
League Champions banged cut 11
hits off the combined pitches of
! Eddie Lopat and Tom Gorman to
i advance a game closer to their
first World Championship. This
! is the Dodgers sixth appearance
in the fall classic, but they have
yet to win.
A predominantly righthanded j
Dodger batting lineup played ha-1
voc with the deliveries of starting !
and losing hurler Lopat. The Yan-
j kee lefty gave up ten safeties over
eight and one-third innings.
j The Bums went into the eighth
i frame with a 3-1 advantage. Yogi j
Barra then added a little spark j
, to the Yankee's hopes by pound- j
, ing one of the Preacher's tosses
j into the rightfield stands for a j
roundtripper. Hank Bauer placed ;
j a lump in the Dodgers throats j
! as he fallowed by sending the
i ball into the leftheld stands, foul, j
Roe managed to escape further;
damage. ' i
With Lopat still on the mound;
in the top of the ninth, Pee Wee i
i Reese and Jackie Robinson, 1
j Brooklyn's leading offensive wea- j
pons in the Series, put singles j
back to back after one out. A j
i double steal put both runners in j
scoring position, but Roy Camp- j
I anella's short fiy to Yank short- i
j stop Phil Rizzuto caused the two- j
1 out sign to be Sashed on the score- j
board, and it looked as if the j
j Bronx Bombers were out cf I
i Uncorks Pitch j
Gorman, who had replaced j
j Lopat after Robinson's b ingle, j
then uncorked a pitch that got by j
! Barra, and both Dodger fleet-!
j men raced across the plate with j
the clmching runs. !
Johnny Mize added more ex-!
" " TP-
Swciii to Tecs Daily T.i Ezth
WINSTON - SALEM. Oct. 3
Offense is expected to predomi
nate over defense here in Bow
man Gray Memorial S.sdiurr. to
t when V-
and Boston College ms
top-ranking intersecticnal attra
ction at 3:15 o'clock.
BASEBALL'S USE THIS Jackie Rcfcinscn, Brooklyn sscsnd bassman. lags out the Yankees'
Hank Bauer on art attempted steal in the first inning c the sec end game, of the World Series plac
ed Thursday al Ehbeis Field. The umpire is Bill McxTiruey. New York wen! on to win the game. 7-1,
and lie the series at one came apiece, however NEA Telehclo.
N.C. State Takes Carolina's
Place In Game With Georgia
Tie two na;i:v sc'Tail tro
their final workouts this after
noon and were pronounced in
fine physical condition for the
ninth battle between these two
institutions. Leading four to three
in victories with one game end
ing in a tie, the Eagles will be
trying to move up another notch
in the win column. Or. the other
hand, the spirited Wake Fo-ost
squad will be doing its utmost
to even the series.
BASEBALL'S NOT like this
Marine captain Ted Williams
former Red Sox slugger and
now a jet pilot, prepares to
board his plane in Miami,
headed for maneuvers in Puerto
Rico. He expects to be assigned
to combat duty later this year.
NEA Telephoto. j
Brooklyn team in 1947. j
The Brooks win cast an en-
tireiv different light on the cham- i
pionship subject than what was ;
anticipated by pre-game experts. !
Special to The Dae.-? Tab Hjcsl
RALEIGH, Oct. 3 The North!
Carolina State College Athletic t
Council announced today that the
State football team will go toj
Athens. Ga. tomorrow to take the
place of Carolina in the Georgia-)
Carolina game. 1
Carolina canceled the game!
Wednesday after a member of;
the football team contracted polio, f
the fourth student to do so in!
three weeks. !
State has postponed its sche ;
duled game with Davidson to-'
morrow night until next Satur- j
day. Davidson had an open date.'
and Carolina canceled Saturday's!
game with State, thus opening the '
date for the Wolfpack. j
In Chapel Hill Carolina Athle
tic director Chuck Erickson was;
highly pleased that the arrange- :
ments had been made. "The game ;
will be a good thing for both
teams. said Erickson, "Georgia
ments for a football game down'
"State has remained about the
same," Erickson continued. "IV
had two games scheduled, and
is. still playing two games, with '
Georgia taking Carolina's place.!
Carolina and Georgia have built
up an excellent series, but Fra!
sure State will make a good s2vcrw
nig. "Right now we're looking into
the possibility of ie-scheduErjg
State, but it depends on a lot of
things, mostly the situation here.
Two high-powered offenses will
be pitted against each other in
what has all the earmarks cf a
fast, wide-cpen. and exciting con
test. The starting Sag Is back-old
of Jimmy Kane.. Jce Johr-.son. Dan
Brosnahan and Jchn McCauUy
is one of the fastest quartets in
the East. Sane is also sr. ex
ceptional passer and last fall
as a freshman ecrr.r'.-'tod 51 cf
IIS aerials for 764 yard; and seven
touchdowns. He should give the
Wake Forest seccr
the cancelation has messed up
thei rseason ticket plans. They,
of course, had made all arrange-
Mr. Allen White
Formerly with Tcr Heel Barber Shop
To Our Staff of Capable Barbers . . .
UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP
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Social to Tax Dact Tab rfrar.
DURHAM, Oct. 3 The un
defeated Duke Blue Devils meet
the undefeated Tennessee Vols
here tomorrow in Duke Stadium
in the outstanding football game
in the Southh.
The game will feature Tenn
essee coach Bob Neyland's single
wing against Duke coach Bill
Murray's split-T. The Volunteers
win be slight favorites when the
Spcial to Tax Db.t T &tk.
DIJRHAM, Oct. 3 Thousands
and thousands of words will be
spoken and written about the
Duke-Tennessee game in Duke
Newspapermen rrom all North
Carolina cities and many other
sections of the south will be on
hand. Out-of-state writers will
be here from loxville, Nash
ville, Atlanta. Birmingham, Rich
mond, Norfolk, Roanoke and Bris
tol Three networks will do the
broadcasting- The Columbia
Broadcasting System will take a
round-up report on the contest
with Bill Munday, of Atlanta,
one of the famous play-by-play
announcers and conier of many
football broadcasting phrases, at
Add PenSeld, of Radio Sation
"WBIG, Greensboro, will do the
game for the Duke network, with
"Woody Woodhouse, of "WDNC,
Durham, doing the color.
George Mooney, of Station
WMC, Memphis, will handle the
- mike for the Vol Network which
will feed the game to many sta
tions in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Three newsreel concerns will
photograph the game with movie
two teams take the field at 2:30
Duke looked ragged in its open
er two weeks ago against an
outclassed Washington and Lee
team, and the Blue Devils
romped. 34-0. Last week against
Southern Methodist, Duke proved
it had what it takes in the
clutches by scoring a touchdown
in the last few seconds of both
halves to win, 14-7.
Tennessee was cressed to the
limit last week in its opener,
scaring in the last quarter to de
feat Mississippi Stats, 14-7. The
Volunteers should be just about
hitting its stride against Duke,
while the Blue Devils are just
about at their peak.
Leading Duke from the quarter
back spot is sophomore sensation
Worth Lutz. who has completed
eight of 10 passes for 90 yards and
three touchhdowrs. Lutz passed
for both of the Duke scores
against SMU, and end Howard
Pitt was his receiver. Pitt has
caught one other touchdown pass
Andy ELozar will lead the Tenn
essee attack from his fullback
post. Kozar is in his third year
as a starter, and is a pre-season
All-America. On the line, the
Vols have John Michels, prac
tically a unanimous choice for
All-America this year, and a
member of quite a few last year.
Smith and Kisiler
Duke will depend on halfbacks
Charlie and Red Smith, and full
back Jack Kistler for its running
game. Kistler is the leading run
ner, with 225 yards in two games.
The Duke forward wall is led by
tackle Ray Green and center Lou
Te-oe. the captain. The Duke de
fensive line is marked by two
nf the best tacklers in the Con
ference, Ed Meadows and Tank
Tho Tennessee tailback is ex-
rwn-ienced Pat Shires, who was
held out last year since the Vols
had All-America Hank Lauri
celia. Other Vol standouts are
Captain and right tackle Jim
Haslam, and guards Andy Myers
and Francis Holohan.
citemer.t to the game by blasting j
a pinch-hit homerun in the bot- j
torn of the ninth It was his first !
roundtripper in a Series and only j
the second pinch fourbagger in!
World Series history. Berra gotj
the other against this same
Sports in Brief
It was announced in New York
yesterday that Vinnie DeLorenzo,
former TJNC pitching great, has
been sold outright to Jacksonville
of the Sally League by the New
Carl Erskxae, losing Dodger
pitcher in Thursday's Series game
with the Yankees, suffered slight
head injuries and an aggravation
of an old leg injury when he fell
from a ladder before the game-
However, Erskine insisted that
the fall had nothing to do with his !
ineptaess on the mound Thurs
day. An estimated crowd of between
60 and 100,000 greeted the newly
crowned heavyweight boxing
champion 'Rocky Marcinano. to
day in his home town of Brock
ton, Mass- He was presented with
the key to the city by the mayor
and a new Cadillac- automobile
bv some of his friends.
Kid Gavilan fought Billy Gra
ham last night in a grudge bout
which decided the welterweight
champion of the world. Graham
was the challenger and he was
still carrying a grudge over the
decision in the last match be
tween these two which he thought
should have been in his favor.
This was the fourth fight between
the two and was held in Gavilan's
native Havana, Cuba.
Casey Stengel isn't talking.
When asked about his plans for
1953, the 63-year old manager,
who has guided the New York
Yankees to three consecutive
World Championships, said, "If
you dont win, maybe you don't
rate your job. He was referring
to the current World Series.
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