SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1955
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Hudson Second In
our Hitting Race
The O'SuNivan Trophy for
foul-shooting, which was pre
sented Thursday night at the
basketball banquet, was pre
sented by sports publicist Jack
Wade. The trophy is named for
Mrs. Bill O'Suliivan, resident of
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age over the entire season, got most of his hits against Big Four com
petition, according to final batting stastistics for the Big Four.
Hudson was second in Big Four hitting, accordng to the figures,
with a .409 average behind State's Jack Barringer, who posted a .437
medial against Big Four pitching.
Lowell (Lefty) Davis, Wake Forest pitcher, posted a 4-0 record
to win the Big Four pitching title. Southpaw Davis also pitched the
most innings (39 ), allowed the most hits (43), gave up the most runs
(20) and struck out the most batters (34). He issued only nine walks.
Lou Dickman of State and Jim Raugh of Carolina are the only
hurlers other than. Davis to pick up more than one Big Four win.
Dickman's record was 2-2, while Raugh won two and lost three. Hal
Turner of Duke, Bill Franklin and Sam Welsh of State, and Billy
Johnson of Carolina all picked up one victory against no defeats.
Carolina's 20-2 blasting of Duke on the final day of the season
saved the Tar Heels from finishing last in the Big Four. Wake Forest
was tops with a 6-3 mark, ..followed by State (5-3), Carolina (4-5) and
Duke (2-6). ,
OWL Pet. AB R H 2B
Wake Forest 9 6 3 .667 304 76 83 9
State 8 5 3 .625 294 56 86 12
Carolina 9 4 5 .444 299 56 79 6
Duke 8 2 6 .250 287 ' 44 74 12
33 HR SB RBI Avg.
5 6 11 63 .283
15 4 4 41 .292
8 3 4 37 .257
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World Marks Monday
Carolina's sophomore back
stroke sensation, Charlie Krepp,
will try for world and American
records at 200 meters and 220
yards to go with the four Ameri
can marks he already holds Mon
day afternoon at 5:15 in the In
Krepp, new record holder at
500 yard, 500 meters, 440 yards
and 400 meters, will be accompan
ied in the record try by teammate
Phil Drake, who will be aiming
for butterfly-breaststroke marks
at the same distances. Drake set
new American records at 500
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yards and 500 meter searlier, and
was to have tried for 400 meter
and 440 yard marks when Krepp
set his records, but was unable to
do so because of an infected ear.
Freshman Mac Mahaffy will try
to set a new frosh-University re
cord in the 220 yard orthodox
breaststroke Monday afternoon.
Officials for the trials will be
Bill . Meade, Bob Linker, Ham
Strayhorn, Bob Colbert, Ralph
Casey, Warren Heemann, Carl
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John Riebel, associate secretary
of the UniversityYMCA, has been
elected to membership on the
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Goalie Thome Walker and mid
fielder Sherwood ' Smith were
elected co-capta:ns to lead the
1953 team at the lacrosse team's
post-season banquet held at
Watt's Grill Thursday night.
Rcnnie Current and Steve
Trimble, the team's top two de
fensive mainstays during the past
season; were also honored for
their outstanding performances.
Current was honored by the
Southern Lacrosse Officials As
sociation with an award that is
j given to that member of the team
who showed the most interest, dis
played outstanding sportsmanship,
Bradford, Browne, Payne, Green Big Four
Set Here Today
Bitsy Grant, former national
clay courts champion and U. S.
Davis Cupper .will meet Atlantic
Coast Conference singles cham
pion Tom Bradford of lorth Car
olina in an exhibition match here
this afternoon on the university's
varsity courts. The match will get
underway at 2:30 p.m.
After the single competition,
Grant, rated the top qollegiate
player in UJVC tennis history, will
team with Tar Heel ' ace Herb
Browne to meet Carolina's Bobby
Payne and Pete Green in a doubles
Browne was runner-up to Brad
ford for conference honors, and
Payne and Green finished second
15 Bradford and Browne for the
ACC's doubles championship.
Grant, an 11-time winner of the
Southern Championship, began his
climb to national tennis promin
ence more than 25 years ago as a
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and made the greatest general
contribution to the team. Trimble
received the first annual Out
standing Player Award, a plaque
which was donated- by coach Art
Greenbaumand which will be an
Defenseman Al Bryant also re
ceived the dubious distinction of
having been penalized the most
times during the year.
The four hour banquet was
keynoted by Coach Greenbaum's
talk on plans for next year's team
which will be- more experienced
and improved. Greenbaum plans
on having a six weeks fall practice
session and als0 to begin spring
practice earlier than last year.
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