Wmw IT SHIRTMAIIER3 1 x f Mm Ik : i 4 -.': 1 s : i.S::f "4 r. ..vv... flip 1 i 3Si S 1 " 5 vS ; 1 Dellolio Gets; Home Run, Hull Bats In Winning Score n 6th By Harry W. Lloyd DTH Sporls Editor ; Righthander Nicky Warren hurled a six-hitter for his third straight conference .win of the season as the North Carolina baseballers . whipped Wake Forest, 2-1, in a spine-tingling game in bone-chilling weather here yesterday at Emerson Field. The Tar Heels came from one behind, and scored a pair in the bottom of the sixth on a homer by Len Dellolio and a single by Heyward Hull that brought in Carroll Bo lick. ' : v '.- - WTarren was hooked up in a tight pitchers' battle with Deacon ace Bob Plemmons, who suffered his first loss of the year, after five straight wins. The Durham junior, who has started all of the confer ence games for the Tar Heels, struck out four and gave up three walks. Plemmons, a sen ior from Old Fort, N. C, also allowed six hits, struck out four, and walked three. Three players got all of the hits for Carolina. First baseman Dellolio was the leader, with Another Strike Out For Warren PAT WILLIAMS, the Wake Forest terday's game on Emerson Field. The catcher, swings and misses on a third catcher is Carroll Bolick of Carolina, strike pitch in the fifth inning of yes- St. Anthony Hall Defeats SAE's In Soccer, 2-1 The defending champion, St Anthony Hall, had to come from behind yesterday to defeat the SAEs, 2-1., and move into the final round of the All-Campus soccer championships. This afternoon the SAEs will play the ATOs, both fighting for another crack at the St. A.s. The loser of this afternoon's game is out of the finals, and the winner must beat the St. As twice to win the crown. The game is at 4:00 on Navy field. Inman Allen scored on a nice ly executed head-in for the temporary SAE lead. Tom Sprinkle tied it up in the sec ond period, and Bill Shettle put the St. As in front for good shortly thereafter. DAILY TAR HEEL SPORTS Wednesday. April 19, 1961 Carolina Tennismen Play Cincinnati Here This afternoon at 3:00 the Tar Heel netters entertain Cin cinnati University. The Heels are going for their seventh win Golfers Top UVa. The Tar Heel golfers defeated Virginia 17 xz to 9 y2 Monday afternoon in Charlottesville. Carolina's Pete Green was medalist with a 74. Low man for UVA was Clark Mackenzie, with a 77. Green (UNC) defeated Pulley (UVA) 2V2-V4. Mackenzie (V) tied White (C) IV2-IV2. Maccall (C) defeated Kirby (V) 2-1. Hill (C) defeated Putnam (V) 3-0. Brabson (C) beat Timbers (V) 3-0. Understein (V) beat Murphy (C) 3-0. Thinclads Face Terps And Cavs in 3-Team Meet The Tar Heel track team ourneys to College Park, Md., today for a meet with the uni versity of Maryland and xne University of Virginia. Tar Heel Coach Ranson said, "This looks to be Maryland's top track team in years." How ever, he went on to say: "We are determined to make the competition as tough as we can; we feel that our boys are com ing along fine and there will be a lot of close races." The 80 should be a very good race, with Gerry Stuver and Scott Brent running for the Heels against Smith and Cola vita for Maryland. The quarter mile should be another exceed- in succession, and victory num ber ten for the season. Carolina is fresh from a 9-0 romp over Davidson on Mon day. Cincinnati had a 19-3 rec ord last spring and is currently on a string of five straight wins. Coach Skakle says he expects a "good match." The Davidson summaries: Singles: 1 Sylvia (C) defeated Orr (D) 6-4, 6-3. 2 Stoneman (C) over Lee (D) 6-2, 6-0. 3 Morgan (C) over Austell (D) 6-0, 3-6, 6-2. 4 Jones (C) over Cooper (D) 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. Big Four Sports Day Scheduled For May 1 The fifteenth annual Big Four Sports Day has been set for North Carolina State College on Monday, May 1. North Carolina was the victor last year, edging the Wolfpack of State. Nine events are sched uled for the day-long activity. These include badminton, golf, handball, horseshoes, softball, table tennis, tennis, volleyball and bowling. The school compiling the highest number of points will be declared winner. Five points are awarded to the winner of each event, with three going to the runnerup and one for the third-place team. Last year Carolina tallied 24 points, while the runnerup Wolfpack was very close behind with 23. Wake Forest scored 21 and Duke fin ished last with 20. Carolina took firsts in hand ball, table tennis and badmin ton. The Tar Heels finished second in golf, while taking third places in softball and ten nis, fourth places in horseshoes and volleyball. Out of the past 14 Sports Days, Carolina has won it seven times, and tied for the lead once that being in 1951. The lar lieeis nave retired one trophy and if they win this year they will retire a second award. If State should win this year, they also will retire the trophy. ingly interesting race, with, a time of :48 highly possible. Rett Everett and Mike Folk should push the Maryland mil ers to a very respectable time. Ranson said, "The mile should be a good tight race; it will take about a 4:12 to win it." Carolina just recently par ticipated in the Quantico Re lays, where the sprint medley team finished second behind Penn State. For UNC, Brent ran the 880, Hart the 440, Stuver the 660, and Everett ran the last mile leg. BULLETIN The North Carolina Tar Heels, with the help of the N.C. Slate Wolfpack, took over first place in the ACC standings yesterday. The Pack defeated Duke by 5-1 in a game played at Raleigh. Wilson. Garruthers. the State pitcher, gave up six hits to Duke. Roman Gabriel sick ed an eighth inning home run. Duke now has a 4-1 record. UNC is 3-0. Duke 001 000 0001 6 2 NCS 100 010 03x 5 8 1 Batteries: Butch Williams and Browning; Caruthers and Hayworlh. his homer and a single in four trips. The four-bagger, which came with one out in the bot tom of the sixth, was of the rare variety. A ground ball all the way, it went foul after it passed third baset and got by the left fielder. The ball skirted past the temporary fence, and the left fielder had to chase it into the bushes, and wasn't able to make a play on Dello lio before he had crossed the plate. Heyward Hull, the other man with two hits for UNC, was re sponsible for driving , in the winning run. With two outs , in the sixth, catcher Carroll . Bo lick singled 'to center. Then Hull hit a towering drive to deep left-center, and wound' tip on third base. Bolick. scored. But Wake ' claimed that - Hull had failed to touch second base, and he was called out by the um pire. He was officially credited with a single. ' ' Mooring as the latter was try ing to make a catch. But a bat ted ball by Nichols struck the runner from second base to re tire himi 'and then a running catch by .Mooring ended the threat. : . k-h ill Tho Batisto Oxford Jumnc Wake Forest's only ' run came on a triple that was exe cuted in much the same vway as was Dellolio's four-bagger. In the fourth for the Deacs, lead off men Paul Wilner and Roger Coon drew walks. Nichols, the third batter, drove the ball back at Warren, who turned it into a double play, leaving Coon on first. Then Bob Worrell, the left fielder, grounded a three-base hit down the third base line to score Coon and give the Deacs a 1-0 lead that held up for two innings. -; WAKE FOREST NORTH ab r h bil Coving'n, ss,2b5 0 0 0 Swing, 2b uooaman, cr A 0 U 01 Camp. If 4 0 2 0 Norton, 3b '3 0 0 OlDellolio, lb 3 1 1 0 Mooring, cf 3 0 1 OIBolick, c 1 0 0 O Hull, rf 0 0 0 OINeal, ss 4 0 1 ilWarren. o 3 0 0 0 Franklin, If Wilner, lb Coon, rf Nichols, 2b a-Sweigart Koehler, If Worrell, " 3b Williams, c Plemmons, p b-Knott CAROLINA ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 12 1 2 0 0 0 3 110 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 Totals Totals 34 1 6 1 a-Struck out for Nichols in 8th b-Grounded out for Plemmons in 9th 28 2 6 2 Wake Forest ;.;......000 100 000 1 6 0 North Carolina 000 002 OOx 2 6 4 , ip h r er bb so Plemmons (L, 5-1) ......8 6 2 2 3 6 Warren (W, 4-0) 9 6 11 3 4 ' E Neal 3, Hull. 2b Franklin. 3b Wor rell. HR Dellolio. SB Coon, Mooring. Precisely tailored with the clean cut good looks and artful detailing a lady likes. Feather-weight oxford ba tiste has a frothy feminine air that's been polished... pruned... perfected. Roll up sleeves have a soft grace, and of course the well fitted lines and softly flared collar maintain the authentic touch. 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