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UNIVERSITY' OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. ft, APRIL 6, 1893.
THE TAR HEEL.
A weekly paper published at the
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UNI VERSIT Y-i 7. DURHAM
7 On Easter Mondav a rain
threatened to spoil the game
which was called at 3 instead of
3 130, on that account. It soon
cleared up and the afternoon was
an ideal one for a good game of
ball. Charlie Jones the great
Winston professional pitcher and
Arthur Lyon, the crack amateur
catcher held the points for the
Durham A t h 1 e t i c Association.
The game was quite interesting
and served well to give us an ac
curate idea of our weaknesses and
also showed us wherein lay our
The 'Varsities went to the bat
Stanley hit to third, who, threw
him out at first. Honeycutt went
out on a ground ball to short. Rob
ertson hit safely to short centre,
stole second. Devin cracked out
a two base hit. Ellis duplicated
this, Robertson and Devin scor
ing. Busbee flied to Flower.
For Durham Jones, H. and
Andrews struck out and Jones, C.
went out on high fly to Robertson,
who picked it away from the
fence. Moye made base hit, and
by error of centre field, went to
third. Gray hit high fly to
Daniels. Stanley took first on
four balls. Honeycutt struck out.
; Durham Stanley threw
Stringfild out at first. Lyon hit
between second and first, went
'Vasity. Pos. ab rbhpoa e
Stanley, SS 71 2 210
Oldham, C 3 1 3922
Honeycuttt, C 4 .0 o 600
Robertson, CF 63 3 400
Devin, iB 63 2 300
Ellis, 2B601 212
Busbee, - RF 511 001
Stevens, P 332000
Kenan, P 3 oj o o 1 o
Moye, IF 6 31 3 100
Gray, 3 B 6 2 3 201
Total, 17 20 27 4 6
Durham. Pos. A B R B H P O A F,
Jones, H. 1 B 500903
Andrews, 2 B 5 1 o 1 2 2
Jones, C. P 40 1 1 11
Stringfield, 3 B .30 o 2 21
Lyon, C 40 1 7 2 3
Johnson, S S 4 o o 3, o
Daniel, LP 2 10 41 1
Flowrs, R F 4 1 01 o o
Hunt, C F 4 1 1 1 o 1
Total, ' 5 3 26 11 12
Summary. Two base-hit; Devin, Ellis,
Gray, (2). Home run, Stevens, Struck
out by Kenan 6. Stevens, 8. Jones 8.
Stolen bases, Robertson (3), Stevens (2),
Moye (3). Devin (3), Oldham (1), Busbee
(2), Stanley (2). Lyon (1). Sacrifice hits,
Stanley, Busbee. Base on balls, Stanley
(2), Robertson (1). Umpire, Mr. Lanier
of the University. Time of game, two
hours and five minutes. Attendance, 300.
through Busbee' s legs. Lyon
took second. Johnson flied to
Ellis. Daniels got hit. Lyon
stole third. Gray missed Honey
cutt's throw. Flowers struck out.
. Johnson threw Robertson out
at first. Devin to second. Ellis
struck out. '
Hunt hit to Ellis. Jones H.
went out to first by Ellis' assist.
Andrews struck out.
r Busbee and Kenan struck out.
Moye gets first on error by String
field. Gray flew out to Daniels.
Jones C. flew out to Robertson.
Stringfield flied to Moye and Lyon
Fifth Inning Stanley flew out
to: Daniels. Honeycutt struck
out. Robertson took base on four
balls. Robertson second on fum
ble bv Lyon. Devin took first
by error o f Jones H. Daniels
missed Ellis' fly after hard run.
Devin and Robertson scoring.
Busbee flew out to Andrews.
Johnson got firsts by error o f
Ellis, and took second by Honey
cutt' s fumble. Daniels struck
out. Honeycutt missed Flowers'
high foul. Gray stopped hard
liner but could not handle it
Hunt struck out. Kenan handled
Jones H's hard grounder nicely.
Sixth Inning Stevens and
Oldham go in now for the 'Var
sity. Stevens comes up and was
cheered, and cracked it over the
fence for a' home1 run ; the first
over the new fence; he came in
home amidst much applause.
Moye by good, hard running beat
the ball to first ; nice steal to sec
cure by Moye. Jones C. muffed
Gray's pop up. Moye came in on
Stanley's hit between first and
second. Gray and Stanley scored
on Oldham's ground hit to left.
Robertson hit to short' left, but
Daniel threw Oldham out when
he ran over third. Johnson fum
bled on second who should have
made a double. Robertson stole
third.. Ellis ran into his own
bunt down first base line. String
field made pretty catch over his
head of Busbee' s hit: Jones C.
hit over third. Stringfield got
hit. Jones goes to second. Lyon
flied out to Devin. Oldham threw
out Jones who tried to steal third.
Then he threw Stringfield out at
second. -' : -' ;'7-'
Seventh Inning Stevens hit
grounder too late for Andrews to
handle. Stevens stole second.
Moye's hit brought in Stevens.
Moye took second on Lyon's fum
ble. Moye came in on Gray's
two-bagger. Stanley sacrificed
to Johnson and Gray took third.
Gray came in on Oldham's hit
over third. Oldham stole second.
Robertson hit between third and
short. Devin hit to first and
threw home, but Lyon missed
thrown ball and Oldham got in.
Ellis took two' strikes after three
balls, then struck out. Busbee hit
to short left. ' Robertson came in.
Stevens went out on high foul to
Jones H. ' Johnson got first by
failure of proper call to pop up
between Stevens and Ellis. Dan
iels took first when he was hit
and Jonhson was forced to second.
Johnson went to third on Old
ham's passed ball. Oldham had
another passed ball when Flow
ers stru:k out, and Johnson scored
the first run, Hunt made sacri
fice and Daniel scored. Jones H.
struck out. Andrews made sac
rifice to Stanley and Flowers sec
ond. Hunt and Andrews scored
on Jones C.'s hit to Ellis who
made bad error. Stringfield
struck out. Jones C. took sec
ond on Oldham's passed ball..
Lyon struck out.
Eighth Inning Moye went
out on fly to Hunt. Gray made
two-bagger. Stanley goes to first
on four balls. Oldham made high
hit between second and centre
field. Robertson hit short and
Jones C. threw Gray out at home
by forced run and Lyon doubled
out Stanley. Johnson, Daniels
and Flowers struck out in one,
two, three, order. Devin. made
good hit to right. Devin stole
second. Ellis struck out. Dev
in stole third. Busbee made sac
rifice, Devin scored and Busbee
got his first by Jones H.'s error.
Busbee stole second. Busbee
stole third and came home on
Stevens' hit over second. Ste
vens stole second. Stevens came
home on Moye's nice hit by sec
ond. Moye stole second. Moye
stole third, when Gray struck
out. Moye scored on Stanley's
hit. Stanley stole second. Stan
ley stole third. Johnson threw
Oldham out on first.
v Hunt struck out. Robertson
made beautiful running: catch
of Jones H.'s flly. Oldham
with a sardonic smile caught An
drews' higri foul which ended the
game with the following score:
'Varsity 17, Durham 5.