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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA; CHAPEL HILLN.' Cl.-APRIL-2t), 1893.
THE TAK HEEL.
A weekly paper published at the
University of North Carolina,
under the auspices of the Univer
sity Athletic Association, devoted
to the interests of the University at
Issued every Thursday morning.
It will contain a summary of all
occurrences in the University and
village of Chapel Hill.
Space will be assigned for the
thorough discussion of all points
pertaining to the advancement and
growth of the University.
A brief account each week of the
occurrences in the amateur athe
letic world, with especial attention
to our own athletic interests, and
progress in Football, Baseball,
All society news, personals and
every subject of interest both to
the students and citizens of the vil
lage, will be treated each week.
The columns will be open to dis
cussion on all appropriate subjects
with an endeavor to do full jus
tice to everyone. The chief and
his assistants will decide as to ap
propriateness of articles no anony
mous articles will be accepted with-
out anthdrs name being known to
v. . 4 "c '
the chief, which will be in confi
dence, if desired.
Advertisers will note that this is
the best, quickest, and surest means
by which they can reach the stu
dents. For notes see or write
"Business Manager of Tar Heel,''
Chapel Hill, N. C, or drop him a
card and he will call.
THE RALEIGH GAME.
VERMONT VS. NORTH CAROLINA.
The most beautiful game of
baseball ever played in North
Carolina, between college teams,
took place in Raleigh, at the Ath
letic Park, last Wednesday, where
the universities of Vermont and
North Carolina crossed bats. The
day was just perfect for a game,
and quite a large crowd of Raleigh
people came out to witness, the
event. The features of the game
were the six beautiful catches of
Robertson in center field, the
battery work of the imiversities,
and the brilliant double plays of
Stanley, Gray and Devin. La
nier and Oldham were the bat
tery for the "Tar Heels;" Pond
and Stewart for the Green Moun
tain boys. The game was un
doubtedly the prettiest ever seen
in the State, and the team work
of the Carolinians was clean,
strong, beautiful, .in fact they
surpassed themselves, and played
an errorless game. The Vermont
team was undoubtedly the strong
est team that our boys ever have
met, and is certainly the best they
will meet this season.
North Carolina made her single
run in the first inning and Ver
mont made her two in the third.
The result of the game shows
that we can play ball, and should
certainly be regarded as a fair
test of the merits of the team. It
is to be regretted that our team
has no official scorer, and for that
reason we cannot give a detailed
account of the game by innings.
The official score of the game
was as follows:
Confectioneries, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco,
N. C. AB RB HPO A E
Oldham, c. 400.320
Stanley, s. s. 40 0; 220
Devin, 1st b. 41 2 11 1 o
Robertson, c. f. 40 1 600
Lanier, p. 400060
Mason, 3d b. 30 ij 220
Busbee, r. f. 30 0,000
Gray, 2d b. 300340
Moye, 1. f. 30 1 j o o o
Totals, j 32 1 5 27 17 o
.T-!? 1- - - 1
VERMONT. ABRBH POA E
Allan, 1st b. 41 o 10 o o
Richmond, 2d b. 4 1 1 000
Naylor, 3d b. 4 1 150
Kansella, s. s. 40 1 020
Stewart, c, 4 o 1 14 o o
Pond, p. 402120
Sanctuary, 1. f. 400 001
Woodward, c. f. 40 o 000
Cooke, r. f. 3 o o 1 o 1
Totals, 37 2 6 27 9 2
Score by innings:
North Carolina, 10000000 o I
00200000 o 2
Summary.' Base' on" balls, by'Lan'ier,
4. Struck out by Pond, 14 by Lanier,
4. Base hits, Vermont, 6; North Caro
lina, 5. Two base hits, Devin and Pond.
Left on bases, N. C, 7; Vermont, 9. Dou
ble play, Stanley, Gray and Devin. Pass
ed balls, Stewart, 1. Time of game,' one
hour and 50 minutes. Umpire, Mr. Will
Winn, of Raleigh. Attendance 400.
SECOND VFRMONT GAME.
The Vermonts and our team
reached the Hill 'Thursday morn
ing on a special train from Ral
eigh. A hard rain continued all
the morning and a more thor
oughly disagreeable day could
not be imagined. The game was
called at 2:15 during the rain
which did not cease during the
game. Consequently the ground
was wet, muddy and slippery and
the ball was hard to throw, yet
despite these facts, there was a
fine exhibition of , ball playing
and the contest was close and ex
citing to the finish. Vermont
did not reach first base until fifth
inning when they scored two runs.
North Carolina scored two runs
in third and the game was a tie
until seventh inning, in which
our boys went to pieces making
three errors and letting in three
runs. We did not add to our
score and the Green Mountain
boys made one run in eight by
our errors. The game was call
ed at end of eight inning as the
visitors had to catch the train.
The score being 5 to 2 in favor of
the visitors. The features of the
game, were Woodward's running
catch of Devin's line hit to cen
tre and Busbee's catch of high
fly in right and pretty throw to
home cutting off a run. Old
ham's throwing to second was
perfect. Stephens pitched a fine
game, for though the ball was
wet, only five hits, all singles, be
ing made off of him, two of which
were scratched hits. Cooke did
good work for the visitors in the
box, only three hits going to our
credit. Kuesella caught him in
good shape. Both pitchers were
a little wild, owing to the wet
ball and score of the errors were
due to the same fact. For the
visitors, the batting of Pond
was the best and for the home
team, that of Robertson. Our
base running was careless, due to
bad line coaching. There should
always be a coach at third and
first. .Let us be more careful of
this in the future.
Vermont., ,. ,,,,, A B R jBH PO A j E
Allen 1st tf. ' ' ' o 1 Q 7 ,j 0
Richmond, 2nd b. 4 o , o 3 31 o
Taylor, 3rd b. 4! 1 1 210
Kuesella, c. 4 0 0200
Sewart, r. f. 1 4 1 01 o 1.
Pond, s. s. j 42 2 2 o! 1
Cooke, p. r 3 o 0 2 1 1
Sanctuary 1. f. i 3 1 1 2 1 o
Woodward, c. f. 3 ; 1 310
Total, 33 si" 5 3
North Carolina. ABRBHPOA E
Robertson, c. f. . 4 01 2 100
Oldham, c. 4 o1 o 630
Devin, istb. 40' o; 802
Stanley, s. s. 4 o! oj 210
Mason, 3rd b. 3 o o 3 1 1
Busbee, r. f. 30 o 1 1 o
Moye, 1. f. .30 0001
Gray, 2nd b. 31 1 211
Stephens, p. 31.0 121
Total, 31 2 3 24 9I 6
Summary: Struck out by Cooke 3; by
Stephens 7. Base on balls, Stephens,
Oldham (2.) Sanctuary, Stewart, Rich
mond. Hit by pitcher, Moye. Stolen
bases, Stephens and Naylor. Sacrifice
hit, Oldham 1. Passed ball Oldham 1.
Left on bases, Vermont 9. North Caroli
na 7. .
Score by innings:
North Carolina, 0020000 o 2
Vermont, 0000202 I 5
Umpire, Mr. T. Lanier of the University.
Time of game 1 hour 50 minutes.
WAKE FOREST vs. UNIVER
SITY On Friday our nine meets Wake
Forest at Raleigh. This is the
first championship game of the
northern division of the S. I. A.
A. As to the 'relative strength
of the two teams, we have no
way of judging except by hearsay
as the teams have not met the
same nine (at the time of this
writing). On Tuesday and Wed
nesday Wake Forest plays Oak
Ridge on the former's grounds.
We have played four games this
season, winning two and losing
two to Vermont. Wake Forest
has played two games with Peters
burg, winning one and losing one.
We will probably play the
same men as on the Vermont
game in Raleigh, except that
Stephens will occupy the box for
us instead of Lanier. A large
delegation will go down from
here to see the game, and a&i
rangements are on foot to secure
a special train to bring the crowd
back the same evening. The
winner of this game plays Uni
versity of Virginia in Lynchburg
on the 29th inst. , and the winner"
of the Lynchburg game meefcs'the
winners of the Hopkins - Sri
Johns game to decide who shall
meet the champion of the SbutTi
ern division to contend for 'the1
final pennant of the Association.'