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Thursday. November 13. 1952 The Daily Tar Heel
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Down In Front
By Biff Roberts
Air Raid Wardens
THINGS WILL, GET worse before they get better for Carolina's
pass defense. Too often this season opposing passers have caught
the Tar Heel air-raid wardens with their helmets off and have
reaked irreparable damage to the Carolina end zone. Saturday's
game with South Carolina at Columbia will be just as tough, too,
for the Gamecocks , have one of the best passers in the Southern
Conference in Johnny Gramling, and you can expect a real aerial
The Gamecocks have a fairly respectable record with five wins
and two losses, and three of those victories came in the past three
games, against Clemson, Virginia, and The CitadeL Passing has
accounted for nine of the 20 touchdowns they have scored, and set
up countless others.
Gramling has nit on 42 out of 95 throws for 507 yards and seven
of the TD's, more than an average mark. But on top of his good
passing, the Tar Heel defenders will also have to watch Dick Balka,
a senior, who has a better average than Gramling with 17 comple
tions out of 39 tosses for 239 yards and the other two aerial scores.
IT WAS BALKA WHO led South Carolina to its amazing vic
tory over Virginia the week before the Cavaliers hit Chapel Hill. In
that game, with only 1:40 left in the game, Virginia led, 14-0. But
the Gamecocks, led by Balka at quarterback, scored three times
before the clock ran out and the South Carolinians won, 21-14. In
the press box, in order to expedite releases to the various news
papers covering the game, a third-quarter poll had been taken to
choose the most outstanding player in the game, an annual honor
given in the Oyster Bowl game, and Virginia's Bob Tata had gotten
the nod. But when Balka started moving the Gamecocks those
ballots were torn up, a new poll
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The South Carolina running
has to be watched. Gene Wilson, Bobby Drawdy, and Hootie John-
son are Coach Rex Enright's top runners with Drawdy probably
berng the most spectacular of the three. Wilson is tied with end
Clyde Bennett for scoring honors on the team with four touchdowns
apiece. To illustrate just exactly how much the Gamecocks rely
on ineir pmg gdinc seimeii. iid
caught while Wilson has scored
Running And Passing
SO IT SEEMS THAT if we are to beat the Gamecocks Saturday,
some improvement will have to be made. The Tar Heel air de
fense has granted an apalling 47.9 completion average in its five
games. That just won't go against South Carolina.
But one thing in our favor is the fact that their running game
doesn't compare to that of Texas, Wake Forest, Notre Dame, Ten
nessee, or Virginia. Those five strong teams were able to throw
fast ground attacks at us to weaken us and pull the linebackers in.
Then when they had us like that, it wasn't hard to make their pass
ing games reap the scores. The Carolina line ought to be able to
hold the South Carolina running. If it can do that well enough then
the pass defenders can stay back, Coach Carl Snavely can switch
to a stronger pass defense, and we might come home with that
So even if that South Carolina passing attack doesn't paint a
pretty picture, just remember a few quick erasures can change
any scene completely.
Final matches in both the dor-
mitory and fraternity division m-
tramural wrestling will be held
tonight on the center floor of
Woollen Gym at 7:00.
First match will be 123 lb. in fra
ternity division, and matches will al
ternate from then on.
123 lb Patton (Lamb Chi) vs Ald
130 IVt Scchartz (TEP) vs Keys (Sig
137 lb. Brown Zete) vs Collins (Sig
147 Duke (Sigma Nu) vs Thomp
157 lb. Jordan (St. A.)
167 lb. Spaugh (Beta)
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attack isn't too potent but still
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two running and two passing.
177 lb. Terry
(KA) vs. Bryant
unlimited York Chi Psi) vs Craew-
137 lb. Stuart (Joyner) vs Tyndali
147 lb. Hopkins (Winston) vs White
157 lb. Farmer (Med. Sch.) vs. Bell
167 lb. Godwin (Med Sch.) vs Clin
17 lb. Madison (E7merson vs. Lloyd
Unlimited Lineberger (Med Sch.) vs
Pepper (Med. Sch.).
4:15 Field 2, Zeta Psi 1 vs.
PiKA; Field 3, Sigma Chi vs.
Zeta Psi 2; Field 4, Beta 1 vs.
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Russell Scores In Second
A goal by center forward Gerry Russell in the second
Dvertime period gave the Carolina soccer eleven a 2-1 victory
over the N .C. State team at Raleigh yesterday afternoon.
Russell was assisted in his game-winning goal by inside left
Rennie Randolph. -
State jumped into an early lead in the contest when cen
ter forward Norris scored in the
closing seconds of the first pe
riod. 'Carolina came back to tie
things up in the second stanza.
Substitute forward Drew Patter
son tallied for the Tar Heels. The
two teams then settled down to
a defensive duel until Russell
scored his decisive marker.
Russell and Randolph were
both outstanding for the winners
yesterday. Also meriting special
mention were outside left forward
Louie Patseavouras, right half
back Dave Cole, and left fullback
co-captain Barry Kalb. -
This evens the season's series
with the State eleven at one vic
tory apiece. The Wolfpack cap
tured a 1-0 decision here in the
season's opener on Adrian
Castro's goal. Castro was held
i sf nreless in vesterdaVs same.
This is Carolina's fourth vie
tory of the season, as against
three defeats. Besides yesterday's
win, Coach Al Moore's club has
won over Virginia, Vashington
! and Lee, and Roanoke. The Tar
Heels have met defeat at the
hands of Duke, Perm State, and
. The Tar Heels siated to
meet frQm Maryland
College Park coming Sat-
d d wm return home to
meet Duke next Wednesday aft
ernoon at Fetzer Field.
Subs: Carolina Greenway,
Hamilton, Green, and Patterson;
State Pitts, Gillian, Graham,
Score by periods:
Carolina 0 1 0 0 0 1 2
State . 1 0 0 0 0 01
Monogram members will have
their pictures taken tonight fol
lowing the Club's 7 o'clock
Letter winners are requested
lo wear their sweaters, white
shirts with dark lies, and grey
or blue trousers.
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The Med School took probably
'ts greatest stride toward defend
ng its dormitory tag football
championship yesterday by de
feating the Law School, 25-13, in
an ov :rt-'"ne.
The two teams had come off
the field at the regulation ending
tied, 13-13, thanks tQ a final min
'.ite score by the lawyers. But in
the overtime, which was supposed
to give each team four tries at
running the ball to see who could
advance it the furtherest, the
Med School broke its offense loose
for two touchdowns to win the
opening round game.
It was the running and passing
of Bo Roddy and Rodney Mc
Knight that carried the , doctors
to the victory. McKnight figured
in all four Med School scores and
Rodney in three.
The doctors had a 13-6 half-
time lead after Roddy had run
60 yards and passed to McKnight
who in turn had hit Bo Jenkins
LATE SHOW SATURDAY
Davidson Back At Football Practice
As Team Prepares For Gamecocks
By Vardy Buckalew
The Carolina football team went
through a lengthy drill yesterday,
practicing everything from punt-
ng to kicking off in the last
crimmage before the South Caro
ina game Saturday.
Protecting the punter was em
phasized in the kicking drill while
n the kick-off drill, getting down
field under the kick was prac
Marshall Newman and Charlie
Motta alternated the direction of
the offense with two different
teams. Newman's passing looked
n the end zone for a score. Adam
Thorp kicked the extra point.
Then, still in the first half,
Thorp passed to McKnight for 20
yards and another touchdown.
The Law School stayed in the
game when John Culbertson pas
sed to Jerrv Nail for a 20-yard
touchdown. The extra point try
In the second half neither team
was able to score until the final
minutes of play. Then the lawyers
took the ball downf ield. With
the ball on the 10 yard line Cul
bertson passed to Jim Strickland
in the end zone.
The extra point kick was good
and with only a few plays left
:n the game, the two teams
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good and the running of Larry
Parker and Bull Davidson was ex
ceptional. Davidson spent his second day
in heavy uniform since recovering
from the attack of polio which
had sidelined him since the Texas
game. He will definitely play in
the game Saturday.
The important players who will
be missing from the lineup Satur
day are backs Ken Keller, Bob
White, and linebacker Doug Bru
ton. For Keller and White it will
be their second week of inac
tivity. This will be the first game
went into the overtime.
With each team getting four of
fensive plays, the Med School
broke the game wide open. On
their third play the overtime
Roddy ran "to his left, passed to
McKnight, then ran 20 yards to
catch a return pass from Mc
Knight and then heaved to Smitty
Iiineburger who stepped into the
The Law School seemed de
moralized then and fumbled on
its next play. Roddy came back
with his same razzle-dazzle the
next time he got the ball. Again
running to his left he hit Mc
Knight on a short one, got a re
turn pass and again caught Line
burger in the end zone.
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Bruton has missed as he was hurt
last week against Virginia.
Ed Patterson, offensive guard,
will probably fill in for Bruton
Saturday. It was Patterson who
last week took the place of the
other injured linebacker, Junior
Sea well. Seawell is expected to
be ready for this game.
The defense spent the afternoon
preparing itself for the varied of
fense of South Carolina which
include the split-T, the single
wing and the double wing.
, The most dangerous man in the
Gamecock offense is Johnny
Gramling, quarterback and out
standing passer. The Carolina
pass defense, which has been very
weak on occasions this year will
get a real test from Gramling
and the coaches are doing every
thing they can to strengthen it.
The game will be played in
Columbia and for the first time
in many years South Carolina
will be the favorite by seven
points. It will be homecoming
for the South Carolinians.
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