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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, MAY 4, 1893.
THE TAR 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 worldj 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 anthors name being known to
the chief, which will be in confi
dence, if desired.
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WASHINGTON AND LEE VS
Lexington, Va. Apr. 29, '92.
Just after dinner a heavy rain
set in and hopes of a game sank
but soon it faired off and was
pretty evening but with slightly
Maxwell first took the stick for
W. & L. and drove a base hit by
pitcher.- Tried to steal second
and Oldham caught him way off.
Adams then out on fiy to catcher.
Goode took first on balls; but Old
ham nailed him when he tried to
Then Robertson to the bat for
the University and smashed a ho
one to short, where it was mm
bled and left him safe on first.
Oldham next struck out, but
catcher missed it. Devin then
took the stick and knocked a hot.
one through second baseman
when Robertson scored the first
run. Third baseman then made
an error on Gray's grounder, and
put Gray on first with Oldham on
third. Busbee then out on fly to
third and Oldham scored on the
throw in. Gray tried second and
was thrown out. Devin scored
on Moye's base hit and them Ma
son out from short to first.
Second Inning Pratt lead off
with a hit. McFarlan struck out.
McFarlan. H. made a hit and
things look va' little dangerous.
Dover hits to Gray who throws
to third but Mason lets it go by,
way down one of those long hills,
and Pratt and McFarlan both
srore: but Dover, stoos at third
when he might easily have scored.
Harris then hits just in front of
home plate and Oldham throws
him out at first in time for Devin
tn throw back and catch Dover
trying to get Home. Stanley
came in and was out on fly to sec
ond. Kenan smashed out a two
bagger and Robertson brought
him in with a similar drive.
Robertson got third on error and
attempted home on a block ball
but the umpire did not see it and
Robertson was out at the plate.
Oldham then went out at first.
Third Inning Lee struck out.
Maxwell out to centre. Adams
out at first by third.
Devin got first on balls. Gray
same on error by second. Bus-1
bee struck out and then Devin,
Gray and Moye scored on Moye's
hit and fielder's error. Mason
weni out to left and Stanley was
out on fly to short.
Fourth Inning Kenan out on
grounder to short. Robertson
struck out mid great aDtlause.
Oldham hit safe. Devin follow
ed and both went round on errors
especially by poor throws.
Washington and Lee seemed
all to pieces especially the catch
er. Gray out on fly to catcher.
With these nine runs Carolina
seemed satisfied and made very
little effort afterwards. Then too,
the Virginia bfcys picked up and
played a good game but could hot
bat hard enough to make the
game very exciting. In the sev
entn McFarlan, a. u.. nit a
long fly in left centre for two bags
but went to third on error by Ma
son or the umpire. Then H.
McFarlan struck two strikes in
the left box and just as Kenan
was about to deliver the ball
jumped acrossthe plate so he could
not see the catcher and caused
him to make a "balk." Then
there was some quiet arrangement
by Capt. Busbee and the umpire
called the batter "out for inter
ference;" but let the man came
in from third. This was their
last run ; as they were put out in
one, two, three, order in eighth
and ninth. Kenan and Robert
son hit safe in eighth but didn't
Kenan pitched and batted in
fine style throughout the whole
game, while Oldham's catching
was perfect. He caught every
man who attempted to steal bases
and made several magnificent
catches of foul tips that were way
over his head and very swift.
His fine playing and the splendid
catches of Gray elicited rounds of
The V. M. I. boys were out in
ull force and yelled most man
ully tor us. lne game was
beautifully played after the fourth
inning: but we had killed all in
erest by then.
The score was as follows: "
Wash'gt'n & Lee.
Maxwell, s. s.
Adams, ist b.
Goode, 2nd b.
Pratt, 3rd b.
McFarlan, A, D. p.
McFarlan, H. c.
Dover, l. f.
Harris, c. f.
Lee, r. f.
AB RBHPOA E
401 23 1
41 1 o o 1
31 1 020
30 030 o
300 20 o
3 4 23 7 q
University. AB R BH PO A M
Robertson, c. f. 512300
Oldham, c. 5 2 1 9 3, o
Devin, ist b. 330510
Gray, 2nd b. 4 1 1 5 2 2
Busbee. r. f. 400100
Moye, 1. f. 4 1 2 3 1 o
Kenan 41 3 100
Total 9 9 27 8 4
Earned runs; Carolina 1, two
base hits; Kenan, Robertson,
McFarlan, A. D., stolen base,
Moye; struck out, by Kenan, 3
by McFarlan, 2; wild pitch, Mc
Farlan, i ; passed ball, McFarlan,
3. Umpire, Mr. Cobb. Our
team objected to playing with an
umpire connected with either in
stitution, as the constitution of
association forbids it, but the
Washington and Xee men would
not grant our request and we did
not care to go clear to Lexington
and not get the game. The ob
jections were made on account of
pur law and not on personal
grounds, for Mr. Cobb was both
fair and prompt in his decisions.
Some quite difficult questions
arose, but he was both courteous
SOPH VS FRESH.
One of the most interesting ex
citing and hasty contested games
ever played on our diamond took
place, Saturday afternoon, be
tween the Soph and Fresh classes,
which resulted in a victory for the
Freshmen by a score of 5 to 4
after 14 inniners were plaved.
From the eighth to the last half
of the 14th inning not a run was
scored. The following compos
ed the Soph team: Graham, W.
A., c. ; Klutz, p., Steele, 1. b.,
Shelton, 2nd b., Mangum, s. s.,
Northrop, 3rd b. , Gates, J. , 1. f. ,
McAlister, c. f., Horne, C. r. f;
The following represented the
"Fresh" class: Graham, E., c,
Rankin, p., Van Landingham,
ist b., Gregory, 2nd b., Denson,
s. s., L,ove, 3rd d., yme, 1. t.,
Ramsay, c. f., Peschau, r. f.
We learn from the Fayetteville
Observer that that town has organ
ized a Base-ball Association,
backed by the best citizens of the
town and they intend to put out
a good nine this season,
The Chapel Hill High School
nine defeated men chosen from
the Fresh class Friday afternoon
by a score of 10 to 7. Batteries
for School, Mangum and John-
( son. For Freshmen, Lyme and
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