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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. .
Vol. II. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, APRIL 27, 1894. ' No. 23.
RICHMOND COLLEGE 1 vs. U. N. C. 14.
Richmond College took the field.
First Inning. Captain Rob
ertson stepped to the bat and drove
a single hit over second base. Old
ham got his base on balls; Lanier
comes to the bat, and Robertson
goes to third and Oldham to second
.... on a wild pitch by Anthony.
Lanier goes out on high foul to
Phillips. Honeycutt drives a ball
to Johnson in center who muffs it;
Robertson and Oldham scoring;
Honeycutt taking second. Greg
ory retires on three strikes; Honey
cutt going to third while Johnson
is throwing Gregory out at first;
Kenan strikes out. Phillips gets
his base on balls. Duke, F., hits
to Lanier and is thrown out on
first base, Phillips going to second.
Duke, W., hits to Graham and is
caught out. Elyson goes out on
three strikes. Score, 2 o
Second Inning. Stanly hits
to Phillips who fails to handle the
ball in time, and Stanly makes
first; Graham goes to bat. Stanly
steals second, goes to third on a
passed ball. Graham hits to Phil
lips, who again makes , an error,
Graham getting to second base.
Graham scores on an error by Ely
son. Robertson sacrifices to second,
advancing Stephens to second.
Oldham gets base on balls; Lanier
out to catcher. Honeycutt hits to
Turner, who drops the ball, and
Stephens scores. Gregory at bat,
Honeycutt steals second; Gregory
fouls out to Elyson. Acree nits
to Oldham on first, and is out;
Johnson strikes out. Turner flies
out to Oldham. Score, 5 o
Third Inning. Kenan hits
to Duke, W., out at first; Stanly
does likewise with same result.
Graham hits to Phillips, and is
thrown out. at first. Anthony
strikes out. Harrison makes a
hit, but tries to steal second and
is thrown out. Phillips strikes
out. Score, 5 o.
Fourth Inning. Stephens
hits to Elyson and out; Robertson
makes a base hit. Oldham gets
his base on balls; Robertson goes
to second. Lanier bunts and gets
to first. 'The bases are full, and
Honevcutt steps to the plate and
makes a base hit, Robertson and
' ' ' Oldham scoring. Gregory hits to
Acree, and Lanier is thrown out
at third. Honeycutt scores on a
passed ball. Kenan drives out a
base hit; Gregory scores. Stanly
makes a base hit; Graham hits to
Acree, who makes an error, and
the bases are full.. Stephens hits
an easy ball, and is thrown out at
' . first. Duke, F., hits to Oldham,
out; Duke, W., hits .to Stanly,
Elyson hits to Oldham, retiring
the side. Score, 80.
Fifth Inning. Elyson in the
box. Robertson gets base on balls.
Johnson lets two balls pass, and
Robertson goes to third. Oldham
hits to first, Robertson scores,
Oldham safe. Lanier comes to the
bat; Oldham steals second and
scores on Lanier's hit. Lanier is
caught between first and second.
Honeycutt gets his base on balls.;
Gregory hits to Acree who throws
Honeycutt out at second. Kenan
flies out to Anthony on first base.
Acree strikes out. Johnson hits
to Lanier, thrown out on first.
Turner hits to Stephens and is
thrown out. Score, 90
Sixth Inning. Stanly hits to
Elyson, but makes first on Antho
ny's error. Graham makes a hit,
Stanly going to second. Stephens
at bat; Stanly steals third, Graham
second. Stephens get his base on
balls. Robertson at bat. Stanly
put out at home-plate. Robertson
flies out to second; Oldham hits
to second, Graham scores. Old
ham steals second. Lanier hits
to Anthony, and Oldham and
Stephens score. Honeycutt hits to
Turner. Anthony makes a hit
between short stop and third base.
Harrison steps to the bat; Anthony
caught napping on first. Harrison
hits to Oldham; Phillips strikes
out. Score, 12 o.
Seventh Inning. Gregory
hits to Duke, W., and is thrown
out. Kenan fouls out to Johnson
and Stanly strikes out. Duke,
F., makes a hit; Duke, W., mts
to Lanier, but gets to first. Elyson
makes a base hit, and Duke, F.,
is thrown out at home-plate. Acree
hits the ball, and Duke, W., scores
on Stephens' error. Johnson
strikes out, Honeycutt drops ball,
throws him out at first and Elyson
put out at home-plate. Score, 12-1.
Eighth Inning. Graham
hits to Anthony; Stephens gets
his base on balls. Robertson flies
out to Turner, and Oldham hits
to Acree retiring the side. Turner
hits to Stephens and is thrown out.
Anthonv strikes out. Harrison
makes a" hit to centre. Phillips
strikes out. Score, 12 1.
Ninth Inning. Lanier makes
a hit over second base; Honeycutt
hits to Duke, W., who throws to
Acree, . to Anthony, putting out
Lanier and Honeycutt. Gregory
makes a hit. . Kenan comes to
bat; Gregory caught between secT
ond and third, and side is out.
Duke, F., hits to Gregory and is
out. Duke, W., hits to Lafiier,
but makes his base. Elyson comes
to bat; Duke,' W., caught between
first and second. Elyson hits to
Gregory, thrown out ' at first.
Score, 12 1.
THE SOCIETY CONTESTS.
On the evening of the 20th the
annual contests for debater's and
declaimer's medals came off in the
two societies. In the Dialectic
Society the committee to award
the medals consisted of Bishop
Edward Rondthaler, of Salem;
Prof. P. P. Claxton, of the State
Normal and Industrial School,
and Mr. R. H. Battle ('54), of
Raleigh. The query for , debate
was 44 Resolved that Railroads and
Telegraphs should be owned by
the Government." Mr. T. S.
Rollins ('94) won the debater's
medal, and Mr. R. W. Blair ('96)
the declaimer's. The exercises
were public and several visitors
No strangers were allowed in
the hall of the Philanthropic So
ciety, as it was a regular meeting.
The committee was Jas. S. Man
ning, Esq. ('79), of Durham ;
Prof. J. Y. Joyner ('81), of the
State Normal and Industrial
School, and Mr. Wm. H. Carroll
('86), of Burlington. The query
for debate was, 44 Resolved that
Philosophy affords a better discip
line for the mind than Mathe
matics. ' ' Mr. J. E. Alexander
('95), who spoke on the negative,
won the debater's medal, and Mf.
R. G. Allsbrook ('96), the de
In both societies the exercises
were of such a high order that the
committees were led to remark
upon it and congratulate the socie
ties upon their good work.
The contestants for the essay
ists' medals handed in their essays,
which were sent off to the judges
to be graded.
THE SUMMER SCHOOL.
The Summer School for Teach
ers and others who desire to study
will be held from July 2 to July
28 in the University buildings at
Chapel Hill,- N. C. The tuition
fee is $5, which admits to all the
There will be two departments
of instruction, Academic and Ped
Dr. George T. Winston, Presi
dent of the University, Political
and Social Science.
Dr. Kemp P. Battle, History
Prof. J. W. Gore, Algebra and
Prof. W. D. Toy, French and
Dr. N. V. Wilson, Biology at
Prof. Collier Cobb, Geology at
Dr. William James Battle, of
the University of Texas, Latin
Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, of the
University of Louisiana, English
Thomas R. Foust, Land Sur
veying. Prof. J. A. Holmes, State Geol
gist, Road Construction.
Department of Pedagogy.
Prof. E. A. Alderman, Super
intendent, History of Education
Prof. P. P. Claxton, State Nor
mal and Industrial School, Psy
chology and Methodology.
Prof. M. C. S. Noble, Superin
tendent of Wilmington Schools,
Arithmetic and Geography.
Prof. Alexander Graham, Su
perintendent of Charlotte Schools
Methods in Language and Gram-;
Miss Dixie Lee Bryant, State
Normal and Industrial School,
Physical Geography and Botany.
Miss Caddie Fulghum, Golds
boro Schools, Drawingfand Meth
ods in Primary Reading.
Miss Eliza Pool, Raleigh
Schools, Methods in Elementary
The school is open to both
Methods of teaching will be dis
cussed theoretically and illustrated
practically by means of model
Board and furnished room may
be had for the month at the
hotels for $15, more cheaply at
. Reduced rates will be granted
by all the railroads.
For circulars with full details,
ProfE. A. Alderman,
Superintendent of the School, .
Chapel Hill, N. C.
We notice from The Brown and
White that several important
changes have been ma'de in the
Lehigh team. Petrikin ('96) has
resigned captaincy of the base
ball team, and Bray ('94) has
been elected to fill the vacancy.
Woodcock ('92) has discontinued
his graduate studies to accept a
position in the construction of a
new electric railway at Eastern.
Wallace ('97) also has left the
University. The team which
played Columbia is as follows:
Bray, cf. ; Reck, rf. ; Smith, 2b.;
Gadd, ib. ; McClung, c. ; Thomp
son, 3b. ; Beggs, ss. ; Johnson, ib.;
Nevins, p. ; Jackson, p. .
Frank Stronach, ex '95. is visit
ing friends on tlie Hill.
George LaBar was with us 00
a short visit last week. ';'