Lucas: Singles Hitters

The Tar Heels who had been so eager, so overanxious in the first half suddenly were willing to play small ball. The most exciting single play of the game--Quentin Thomas's underhanded alley-oop to Wright--might have come in the first half. But the most productive overall play of the game came in the second half. It was like watching the '27 Yankees score a run without hitting the ball out of the infield. (Tar Heel Blue)

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