FRIDAY, FEBRUARY;! 8, 1955
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Today Against Glems
By BERNIE WEISS
Daily To, Heel Sfwrls Editor'
A contemporary of mine at Book, Herb Lodder by name
(,.ne up with -an .interesting column recently in the Duke
Chronicle. . '
In Lodder's "Between The Halves" is the idea-that Duke
uill be playing a great football schedule next year featuring
v. uip teams - specifically, Ohio State,
winner, of the Rose Bowl; Navy, winner of the Sugar Bowl
and Georgia Tech, winner of the Cotton Bowl. J.nH,W tt '
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ract tnat all of these games are played a-way,
anct that the Dook home schedule, consisting of
four games, is miserable
He continues, -We wouldn't blame you if .you took the weekend
off and went home for three of those four. Other than Pittsburgh who
dumped Navy 21-19, last fall, the home schedulers quite unattractive
(WUharn and Mary, Wake Forest and North Carolina.) With all due
respects to those three teams, we feel that they cannot cope with the
powerful Blue Devils." -'
So he says, but we shall see come next fall.
Lodder goes on to expound on the greatness, it being equalled by
none, of football at Dook. He also delves into the difficulty schools
(Dook in particular) seem to have with- money, and states that perhaps
the reason why so many good games are being played away from home
in larger cities is to increase the gate receipts.
I shall take ihis opportunity to remind him that Dook is one of the
wealthiest schools in the south.
And if he is still crying for good football next fiftl when hi
is on the road, let him journey to
tane un-uKianoma, iNoire Dame, Maryland, Tennessee and Virginia.
Tommy Shores, a rabid basketball fan who puts in time as Business
Manager ef the DTH, and myself have come up with our selections for
an All-Atlantic Coast Conference first and second team.
We agree on the sfarting five: Ron Shavlik, N. C. State; Dick Hem
ric. Wake Forest; Bu Wilkinson, Virginia; Ronnie Mayer, Duke, and
Len Rosenbluth, a local of some ability.
Shores' second team consists of Bob Kessler, Maryland; Bob Mc
Carty, Virginia; Bob O'Brien, Maryland; Joe Belmont, Duke; and Bill
Yarborough, Clemson. I selected Cliff Dwyer, of State, and Lefty Davis,
of Wake Forest, instead of McCarty and O'Brien.
There will be no let-up in basketball coach Frank McGuire's sum
mer schedule. He is a busy man throughout the year and is always in
constant demand for soeakins encasements.
While most of us will be basking
v, w r- " to w. ouiiiuiti uaiiips in wuitii tiic trill
phasis is on basketball. Starting early in June, he will be at an Elks
camp at Hendersonville, and then go to Hill Beach, S. C. for another.
Later he will be in New York to assist Buck Freeman (UNC frosh
coach) at a military academy. Freeman is assistant director of the !
academy's summer basketball sessions.
Statistics of Bill Hensley, Wake Forest director of athletic publi
city, show that the great Hemric now is only 96 points shy of Frank
Selvy's all-time high scoring record of 2,538 points. He has scored 601
points this season, averaging about 29 per game, and has at least five
more games in which to break the record. The "at least" is inserted
because of the ACC tourney next month. The Deaes will certainly play
one game in the meet and possibly three.
Already there is much speculation on the outcome of the tourna
ment (which decides the conference champion) and the rating of teams
other than State, which has been disqualified by the NCAA.
Discounting upsets, Clemson and South Carolina can be cancelled
out with State. Maryland, minus Frank Fuqua (he had trouble with
the books and left school) may be relegated to the ranks of darkhorse
with Virginia and Wake Forest. All three of these teams, while having
the potential, have trouble winning in the Coliseum.
This leaves Dook and Carolina. Place your bets.
Charles 3 to 1 Over Norkus
In Garden TV Bout Tonight
WAKE FOREST Backfield de
fense, depth at quarterback and
finding a fullback we-e the three
main problems for Coach Tom
Rogers as Wake Forest began
spring football practice.
The Deacons' 50-man squad be
gan work February 7 and will con
clude practice with a Varsity vs.
Alumni game in Groves Stadium
A weak spot on last year's team
was defense in the backfield, and
the Deacon coaching staff will em
phasize pass defense, tackling and
line backing during the spring
The line will stress fundamen
tals with special work on rushing
the passer and kicker.
Nick Consoles, a senior next
season, heads the list of quarter
backs but Rogers is looking for a
replacement to add depth to the
With Nick Maravic gone, the
fullback position is wide open.
The Deacons had planned on
Charles .Topping filling the post
but Topping lost a battle with the
books and had to drop out of
school, r '
Perm State's Arnelle
Nearing 2,000 Points
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Feb. 17
Wt Jesse Arnelle, Penn State's
record-breaking center, today was
within reach of one of basketball s
greatest achievements a four
year scoring total of 2,000 points.
The 6-5 New Rochelle, N. Y.,
senior now has a four-year total
of 1,969 points.
Coach John Egli hopes Arnelle
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Chapel Hill and watch the Tar Heels
in the sun, McGuire will conduct
NEW YORK, Feb. 17 Ufi De
spite beatings by Rocky Marciano
in his last two starts, former hea
vyweight champion Ezzard Charles
is a solid 3 to 1 favorite to polish
off the "new" Charley Norkus
tomorrow night at Madison Square ,
The 10-round" match, scheduled
for 10 p.m., will be carried on
network radio and TV NBC.
Norkus wasvjust another obscure
heavyweight until he knocked- out
Danny Nardico a year ago in a
sensational fight at Miami. Al
though he showed nothing against
Hurricane Tommy Jackson, being
stopped in five rounds in May,
he moved into the rankings by
whipping Cesar Brion, Charley
Powell and Roland La Starza.
For the first time in years there
is no ballyhoo about a "new"
Charles. This time they're hoping
the 33-year-old Cincinnati boxer
has enough of the "old" Charles
left in him.
In his first bout with Marciano
last June, Charles was the master
boxer in the early rounds, slash
ing Rocky's eye. When the tide
turned in the late rounds, he ab
sorbed fearful punishment but
never went down. The next time
around in September, Ezzy cut
Rocky's nose but was knocked out
in the eighth round. He was pain
fully slow at 192 V2 pounds and
showed little of the dash and
boxing skill he displayed in June.
can surpass that mark in State's
fwo road games this weekend a-
eainst Colgate and Syracuse. But
& . trl : HaA that '
even it ne aoesu i, 5"
the Lions still will have three more
Arnelle has averaged 28 points
a game this season and has an
overall four-year average of 20.5.
Meet Pair of
Krepp, Baker and Drake
Expected to Pace UNC
Carolina's varsity swimming
team will go after its sixth win of
the season when it takes on the
Tigers from Clemson College at
4:30 today following a freshman
meet which pits the undefeated
Tar Babies of Carolina
strong military acad
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military academy teams.
The frosh will hit the water at 3
Hoping to rebound from their
loss to the Michigan Wolverines
earlier this month, one of the two
defeats handed the Tar Heels
Coach Ralph Casey will be count
ing heavily on his team to stren
gthen their Atlantic Coast Confer
ence second place standing.
Charlie Krepp, Phil Drake, and
Dick Baker, who set a nationa'
inter-collegiate record as the 300
yard medley relay team againsJ
the Wolverines, are expected t
lead the way for the Tar Heels a
g wi:h several other outstanding
Drake will probably set the pace
in the 150-yard individual medley
and the 440-yard freestyle, while
Baker is, expected to score high
in the 100-yard freestyle. Krepp
will be the team's top man in the
Larry Shannon looks like the
team's best bet in the 200-yard
breaststroke, and will also pick
up points in the 50-yard freestyle
" lne results of previous meets
if the results of
are any indication. and they should
THE 220-YARD freestyle will
find Lee Holmes out front for the
Tar Heels, and he will assist Ba-
ker With points in the 100 free
Charles Higgins is a good team
man for the Carolinians, and will
most likely show in the 220 and
440 freestyle races.
UNC trails N. C. State in the
conference race and a win today
would give them a tighter claim
on second place, whereas a loss
to the Tigers would bring Clem
son into a tie for the runner-up
spot with Carolina.
In what has been billed the top
freshman swimming meet of the
season, Georgia Military Academy
and Staunton Military Academy
invade the Bowman Gray pool to
try and hand the Tar Babies their
first defeat of the season. Caro
lina is sporting a 5-0 record going
into the meet, which should be its
toughest of the year. They had to
battle down to the wire last year
in meeting these two top-notch
prep schools separately before
squeezing out two victories, and
the combined strength should pro
ve no easy match for the host team.
Frosh coach Dick Jamerson's top
are Mac Mahaff ey, Jake
Smith, Parker Ward,
and Tony Sh iff man.
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Carolina Host To Eight
Sports Events Saturday
The University of North Caro- j
lina may be setting some sort of
record here tomorrow when it
plays host to eight athletic events
involving more -than 200 partici
pants. In addition, the Tar Heels
will send one of their athletic
teams out of town for competi
tion. The busy .day, gets under way j
at 10 a.m. with, the beginning of
the all-day Southern Interschol
3stic Swimming Championships in
Bowman Gray Pool. Competition
will be held in separate high
school and prep school divisions,
jvith, both individual and team
champs being determined.
As a sidelight of the lnierschol
astic Championships competition,
he North Carolina freshman
wimming team will take on
itaunton Military Academy., and
leoraia Military Academy, both
participants in the scholastics, at J
.he same time, at 2:30. The clash ;
ill not be a three-way contest
tit two separate meets.
Three Champions 'Are Entered
Among 22 Schools In Games
By RAY LINKER
Three outdoor track champions
in three different conferences this
past spring head the list of Zl col
lege teams entered in this year's
Entries, which closed Saturday,
have ' Maryland, defending champ (
in both outdoor and indoor track,
heading the Atlantic Coast Con
ference group, and Virginia Mili
tary Institute, winners in the Sou
thern Conference outdoors, and
Roanoke College, Mason-Dixon
spring winners out front in the
A total of over 600 athletes are
scheduled to take part in the "In
door Track Classic of the South."
Fourteen, teams are slated for the
non-conference group, including
five teams from the Southeastern
and a like number of squads from
the Southern Conference.
Just under 200 school boys are
entered in the scholastic division
of the meet, which finds only two
of last year's placers returning.
Washington and Lee High of Ar
lington, Va., and George Washing
ton of Adexandria, who was first
and second last year, head up a list
of 24 teams, including teams from
North and South Carolina, Geor
gia, and Washington, D. C.
All eight conference schools
have teams entered in the fresh
man section of the meet, which fea
tures 16 teams. Other freshman
teams outside the conference en-
When the stag-line wolves rush
your delectable date . . .
At 1 o'clock the first part of
a three-meet fencing outing will
take place in Woollen Gym with
N. C late taking on Augusta
Military - Academy. At 3:30 p.m.
Carolina's fencing team will take
on State, and at 7 p.m. Augusta
will go against North Carolina.
A gymnastics meet and a wrest-
ling match will round out the
day's athletic record.
Coach Bill Meade's gymnastics
team, its record now standing at
3-2 for the season, will take on
Duke at 2 p.m. in Woollen Gym.
The wrestling match, between
North Carolina and defending At
lantic Coast Conference champ
Maryland, will start at 4 p.m.,
also in Woollen Gym.
In out-of-town action Saturday
night, Coach Buck Freeman's
North Carolina freshman basket
ball team will shoot for victory
number 18 against Wilmington
Junior College at Wilmington, N
C. The Tar Babies have lost only
tered are Alabama, Davidson,
Georgia Tech, Georgia, Gordon
College, and Virginia
Other entries in the non-conference
division besides VMI, and
Roanoke are Alabama, Davidson,
Florida State, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Georgia, Navy, Presbyterian,
Richmond, VPI, W & M, and Em
ory. VMI nosed out the Navy by one
half a point for top honors in the
non-conference group last year,
while North Carolina will be de
fending the freshman crown.
Seixas Will Sit Out
Singles In Net Meet
NEW YORK, Feb. 17 UP) Gor
ged with food and praise after a
whirlwind series of victory cele
brations, America's Davis Cup for
ces return to action tomorrow night
in the National Indoor Tennis
Championships at the 7th Regi
Top-seeded Tony Trabert, lean
and tanned from the Australian
campaign, will meet a little-known
Brooklyn player, Ray Antignat, at
9:30 p. m. in one of the feature
Trabert's teammate, U. S. grass
courts champion Vic Seixas, chose
to sit out the singles competition
and concentrate on doubles.
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In First Meet
Sabres will be clashing tomor-
row for the first time during the sium tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'
1955 season when the Tar Heel clock to take the mat against the
fencers tackle State College and j UNC grapplers 'in the Tar Heel's
the Augusta Military Academy in j eighth dual match of the season.
3 three-way meet in Woollen Gym. J In the past week's action, the
The Augusta squad will be com- matmen failed to break into the
ing up from Fort Defiance, Ga. ! win column in two attempt as they
ar,H will he battling to uoset the I
two college teams. Coach Pebley
Barrow of the Tar Heels has had j The only highlight of the unsuc
his charges practicing for the lastlcessful trip to VPI was sophomore
few weeks in preparation for the j Charlie Boyette's victory in the
tough opener. ' 157 pound class.
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Maryland's powerful wrestling
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fell before a VPI onslaught,
and were drubbed by State, 26-7.
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