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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
BOARD OF EDITORS
R. D. W. Covnor, - - - Editor-in-Chief.
E. D. Broadhurst, .... Man. Editor.
F. M. Osborne, - - - Business Manager.
A. J. Barwiek - -, Ass't Business Manager.
M. Bellamy, Jk.,
W. S. Ckawkokd,
W. E. Cox,
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U. N. C. 11, Davidson College 0
The game' with Va. Polytecnic
Institute has been played. Cheer
ful but tired out bv the fierce con
test the Varsity boarded the 5:30
train for Charlotte and soon were
away from the hospitable Twin-city
When they arrived at Charlotte
there were various rumors afloat in
regard to the strength of the oppo3-
ing team from Davidson Gollege.
There were manv guesses as to
what the score would be but as this
was the first time that Davidson
had ever sent' a team awav from
home and nollone could estimae their
The score of 11 to 0 reflects credit
uqon them and their coach, Mr.
Geo. Stephens, U. N. C, '96.
Davidson won the toss and chose
the kick-off. A slight breeze was
blowing- from the south so the 'Var
sity chose to defend the south goal.
The ball was placed in the center
Quite a srood deal of interest has
been excited in the last few days at of the held and promptly at 3:30
the introduction of basket-ball into Referee Alexander blew his whistle
our athletic sports. and Capt. Smith' sent the pig skin
Under the encouragement of Mr. thirty yards into Carolina's terjri
Calder teams have been formed and toi7- Ro"ers catches the ball and
games have been progressing every returns 15 yards before being down
day. Crowds have gathered to the ed by Davidson's ends,
gymnasium to witness the soort. The ball is passed to Howell who
It promises to be an interesting makes an cnd run which advances
game. In order to get the college the bal1 yards lor Carolina
behind it nnd interests i'n if. w- McRae fails to gain. Bennett ad-
would suggest that the classes form vces the ball 2 yards. On third
teams elect captains and managers down Graves punts 30 yards to
ntiH nrrmi(TP a spriM nf camps Mr Smith who is nicely tackled in
Calder will bee-lad to take chanreof his tracks by Gregory and Koehler
the teams and teach them to olav. The bal1 is Passed to Hewett who
Now lets do this and not let it all
end in a lot of useless talking. Bas
Ket-nan is a coming game ana we
can't afford to let it meet with fail
ure here. Get together and push
it and keep on pushing it till we de
advances 1 yard. He airain takes
the ball but fails to gain over his
right tackle. Smith hits the center
bnt is downed on the spot. Caro
Graves advances ball 4 yards. Mc-
velope a good team. Let the differ- Rae quick opening on left 10 yard.
bhull 1 yard. Howell 1 yard.
Bennett fumbles and Davidson falls
on ball on her 12 yard line.
Yonan attempts to go around the
right of his line but loses yard.
Hewitt fails to gain so the ball is
passed to Smith who punts 15 yards
The ball gossin toue and is brought
in and is given to Carolina on 25
ent calss presidents call their class
es together and start the ball rolling
Let the senior class start it and the
others will fall in line.
Our first game of any importance
has been played and won. The
team's work in the rame in Winston
confirmed the confidence the college
has in it. Coach Reynolds said that yard line Howe11 advances 2 yards
he had never seen them play a bet- wnich lle followed by an end run of
ter game than they did in the sec- 8 yards. On next play Carolina gains
ond half when they piled up' three yards. First down. Howell fuum-
touch-downs. 'Tis a pitv that there l)les hut recovers and advances 11
should have been a "si v" mi thn yards. bhull goes 3A and then
other side but we don't want the Graves goes over the remaining dis
earth. tance ot 3 yards for a touchdown
The team redeemed their last Gregory kicks easy goal
. . . 1 f i .n i- j. 11 t r
year s deteat. and t was nrarhVlh, ximcui ursi loucnuown iu mm
r i - - ' J- MV i A V Ul A M. J
composed of the. same men too, as
seven of the men were on last year's
Well done Carolina!
playing seen on the gridiron. Af
ter two gains by Howell and Graves
which netted 5 yards for the 'Var
sity, Copeland fumbles ball on the
20 yard line. Davidson secures the
ball and she in turn gives the ball
back on a fumble. Howell advances
11 yards but looses ball and Smith
secures it for Davidson. After aj
gain of 1 yard by McFadyen David
son fumbles and the ball goes over
to the 'Varsity on the 10 yard line.
Here Bennett fumbles and as the
players are disputing over the
possession of the ball time is called.
First half, twenty minutes. Score
Varsity, 6; Davidson, 0.
Graves kicks ofF for 45 yards.
Smith catches ball and advances 25
yards before being tackled by Car
Now for the first time Davidson
succeeds in advancing the ball the
required five yards in three downs.
Elewitt. in two mass-on-tackle plays
gains the first 5 yards. Then Yo
nan, who is counted one of David
son s star players, gains 5 more.
Smith gains 7 through line but on
the next rush loses 0. Hewitt fails
to gain and Capt. Smith punts 40
yards to Graves. Copeland gains
4.J- yards on quick opening. Howell
goes around Davidson, s left end for
30 yards. Graves follows this up
by 6 and then by 2. Copeland 21
yards on quick opening.
Ball is now 21 yards from goal in
Carolina's possession. Graves
makes 3 over Bennett, Off side
play gives Carolina 10 yards.
Graves takes ball on next three
rushes and nets 1 yards. On the
last rush he carries the ball over for
a touch down ten yards from the
side line. Rogers kicks out to
Graves, who drops the ball, hence
no goal. Kluttz'is substituted for
Koehler. Time 9 minutes.
Smith kicks off 40 yards for Da
vidson. Kluttz returns 15 yards,
Howell fumbles but Cunningham
recovers the bal
Harvard will have 2 college pa
pers from now on. The Harvard Bul
letin and the Harvard Crimson.
The Bulletin will be devoted whol
ly to Athletics. '
The Edgar Allen Poe association
at the Univ. of Virginia has for its
purpose the gathering and preserv
ing of everything of interest con
nected with its most distinguished
Mr Julian S. Carr Jr. accompan
ied ihh team to Winston and Charlotte.
On to Georgia.
The foot-ball team leaves Thurs
day for the Southern trip. They
meet the University of Georgia in
Macon next Saturday and the Un i-
versity of Alabama in Auburn the
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Now for Georgia!
Dr. Charles Mangum was in Win
ston Friday taking in the foot-ball
Again the ball is carried to the
middle of the field and Smith kicks
off40yarps. Graves advances the
ball 10 yards. McRae is given ball
but fails to gain For an off-side play
the 'Varsity is given 10 yards. How
ell advances 8 yards in a mass-on
tackle play and McRae doubles this
distance by an end run but fumbles
Dr. Thomas Clark spent last Koehler who follows the plays close-
week at his home in Winston.
iversity of California has
15G5 students this year.
ly quickly falls ou the ball and se
cures it again for the 'Varsity. Here
Copeland is substituted for Mc
Mr. H. C. Cowles '00 visited Mr, The next play gives the 'Varsity
H. C. Miller during the Tnl 15 yards. Then Bennett adv.-inrps 9
Fair. yards which is followed bv an pnrl
Dr ' C. S. Man-urn and lmf T run of twenty-five yards. The ball
C. Biggs went to Winston last h in the 'Varsity's possesion on Da
week to witness the Carolina- v,ds's 20 yard line. Then follows
Blacksburg game. the poorest exhibition of football
Copeland gains 8 yards on end run,
f11 1 i r 1
mis is loiioweu Dy a id yam gain
for Carolina. Howell 4, Copeland
5 and Graves 3 ou mass plays,
W. E. Cox,
, Literary contributions solicited
from the undergraduate body of the
Buxton substituted for Copeland. university. Articles of merit will
Buxton gains "2, then 2$, Graves find prompt publication. Upon mat-
punts 30 yards and Capt. Smith ters relating to the literary depart-
returus kick 40 yards to Rodgers. ment of the Magazine,
Graves gains 2 over centre, How- Address,
ell 6 ou end play, Carolina loses 6 W. S. Wilson,
yaius ana men gains o, u raves Editor-in-Chief,
punts w yaras to McDonnell, lie w- Chapel Hill, N. C.
iu gains i and then 1. Smith
takes the ball and hvn o-ain nf 91
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Time of second half 15 minutes
Carolina 11, Davidson College 0.
Line up was as follows :
21 N. Tryon St.-, Chalotte, N. C.
Smith, S. C.
P. B. Smith, H. 6., Capt.
R. H. B. McFadyen
E. H. 13. Hewitt
Q. B. McComiell
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