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By Tom Peacock
Carolina's football team will
run through a short practice this
morning on Navy Field to wind
up preparations for South Caro
lina tomorrow, and then leave by
bus for Columbia at 1:15.
The Tar Heels worked out yes
terday afternoon, stressing pass
defense against the accurate
throwing of Gamecock quarter
back Johnny Gramling, one of the
best passers in the Southern Con
ference. Carolina will be looking for its
first win in 11 games, its last vic
tory coming over South Carolina
here last year, 21-6. Carolina holds
a commanding lead over the
Gamecocks in the 28-year old se
ries between the two schools, win
ning 18, losing five, and tieing
The Gamecocks are strong fav
orites to score their first win over
the Tar Heels since a 6-0 victory
in 1S44, however. South Carolina
has improved greatly after a slow
start, and beat powerful Virginia,
21-14, week-before-last. Virginia
whipped the Tar Heels last Satur
Duke and Army are the only
schools to score wins over South
Carolina this year, and Coach Rex
Enright's charges are determined
to win the battle of the Carolinas,
to avoid smearing their best rec
ord in years. The Gamecocks have
beaten Wofford, The Citadel,
Clemson, and Furman in addition
Carolina is in its poorest phy
sical shape of the year, with the
addition of safetyman Teedie Bul
lock to the injury list dimming
the outlook even more. Bullock
will miss the game because of an
rlfbacks Bob White, Ken Kel
ler, Billy Hawks, and Billy Wil
liams will all be out of action
tomorrow from injuries. Doug
Bruton, a stalwart defensive line
backer is sidelined to round out
the long list of Tar Heel injuries.
Fullback Bull Davidson returns
to the lineup.
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Friday, November, 14, 1952
The Daily Tar Heel
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. . South Carolina fullback
Beta Theta Pi came from be
hind in the last half yesterday
afternoon to beat the SAE's 12-9
in the fraternity division of the
tag football playoffs.
The score at the half was 7-6 in
favor of the SAE's on the stren
gth of an intercepted lateral by
Jim Whitten which he ran back
for a touchdown. Fred Hutchins
kicked the extra point which
looked for a might would win
The Beta score in the first half
came on a sensational pass from
John McCollum to Bob Byerly.
The extra point try was blocked.
The second half surge by the
Beta's was led by McCollum and
was climaxed when Hazzard
threw to Bucky Barkley for the
The other two points made by
the SAE's came when the Beta's,
seeking to protect their lead,
downed the ball in their end
zone after they had been pushed
deep into their territory.
Zeta Psi 1 team scored after
20 minutes of overtime to win
over the PiKA's 12 to 6.
The Zetes scored first when
John Dickson intercepted a pass
which had been partially blocked
and ran 50 yards for the score.
John Gaylord is scheduled to
start at right halfback tomorrow
in place of Chal Port for the only
change in the North Carolina line
up. The rest of the offensive back
field and line remain the same,
while head coach Carl Snavely
will have to make a replacement
for the injured defensive backs,
Bruton and Bullock. Snavely
switched Bullock to halfback and
Albert Long to safety against Vir
ginia after Bruton was injured.
The Carolina pass defense fell
apart last week, and Snavely has
been working hard on the sec
ondary and going comparatively
light on heavy scrimmage. The
Tar Heels have taken quite a
beating from some of the best
teams in the country, and the
smooth working of plays is more
important how than contact.
Quarterback Marshall Newman
continued to work on his passing,
while his alternate, Charlie Motta
worked on the running game. The
Tar Heels will concentrate on pas
sing and running through plays
Sports In Brief
Today's schedule for campus
FM radio station WUNC, 91.5 ma,
7 p.m. Sketches in Melody
8 "The Story of Sue Bruton"
9 Music Appreciation with
10 News and Coming Events
Bobby Shantz Named American
League's Most Outstanding Star
NEW YORK The Baseball
Writers Association of America
yesterday named little Bobby
Shantz of the Philadelphia Ath
letics as the American League's
most raluable player. Shantz had
a 24-7 record with the fourth
place A's. Allie Reynolds was
Shantz' nearest competitor, trail
ing him by some 100 votes.
NEW ORLEANS Cliff Wells,
basketball coach of Tulane Uni
versity, planned yesterday to in-
Aim For 'Heels
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
COLOMBIA, S. C., Nov. 13
South Carolina's Gamecocks, find
ing one of the best records in
the school's history within grasp,
need a victory over North Caro
lina here Saturday afternoon
more than they have ever needed
one in the history of the 49 -year-old
The Gamecocks haven't beaten
the Tar Heels often, only four
, times in 27 attempts, but this
(See FOOTBALL, page 4)
troduce before the National Rules
Committee a radical innovation
to eliminate stalling tactics from
the collegiate sports. He would
base the halves on points rather
than minutes. When one team
had scored 40 points the half
would end and 'when one had
scored 80 the game would be
NEW YORK The United Press
put six Brooklyn ball players on
its National League All-Star
team, but, as usual, Stan Musial
led the vote casting. Robin Rob
erts was named on all but one
ballot but Musial was a unani
mous choice. The Dodger win
ners were Duke Snider, Joe
Black, Gil Hodges, Pee Wee
Reese, Billy Cox, and Roy Cam
panella. KANSAS CITY The NCAA
yesterday announced plans to in
crease the number of teams for
its basketball tournament and at
the same time shorten the sea
son and reduce post-season com
petition. SYDNEY, Australia Vic Sei
xas, former Carolina tennis star
made ready to defend his crown
nee in a generation
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The try for the extra point was
The PiKA's came back to score
when Fowler caught a pass from
about ten yards out. Their try
for the extra point was also un
It looked as though the game
would have to be called on ac
count of darkness when the Zetes
started a march which carried
them to a score on Walton Joy
ner's catch of a short pass.
In the other fraternity play
off game yesterday the Sigma
Chi's and Zeta Psi 2 fought to a
7-7 standoff. The game was call
ed after forty minutes of over
time and will be' continued at a
The Zetes scored first on a
play which went from Ges, to
Van Noppen to Thorp. The extra
point came when Ges passed to
The Sigma Chi's came right
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back and scored almost immedi
ately to tie up the game for the
rest of the afternoon. Dale took
a pass from Bobby Bell and ran
about fifty yards before he was
caught on the goal line. Bell
passed to Dale on the very next
play for the score.
Henning's first try for the
game-tying point was wide but
the Zetes were off side and his
second try was good. Neither
team threatened to score very
seriously in the second half.
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