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K. P. Lewis, President.
W. K. Battle, Vice-President.
P. H. Busbee, Sec'y. and Treas.
UNIVERSITY FOOT-BALL TEAM.
S. E. Shull, Captain!. "
T. W. Jones, Jr., Manager.
A. M. Carr, Assistant Manager. ,
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL TEAM.
R. H. Lawson, Captain.
J. R. Carr, Manager.
W. S. Bernard, Editor-in-Chief.
A, R. Berkeley, Business Manager.
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CIETY. William Cain, C. E., President.
C.S. Manguui, M. D., Vice-President.
Francis P. Venuble, Ph D., Sec'y. and Treas.
Charles Baskerville, Ph D., Cor. Sec'y.
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Kemp P. Battle, LL. D., President.
E. A. Alderman, D. C. L., Vice-Presidet.
H. M. London, Secretary.
Thomas Hume. D. D. LL-D.. President.
W. D. Toy, M. A., Vice President.
George M. McKie, Secretary.
A. R. Berkeley, Treasurer.
Thomas Hume, D.D., L.L.D. President
H. F. Linscott, Ph. I)., Vice-President.
S. May, A.B., Sec'y. and Treas.
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i UNIVERSITY GERMAN CLUB.
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M. Makely, Vice-President.
A. M. Carr, Secretary.
E. Alexander, Jr., Treasurer.
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H. Anderson, Vice-President.
G Vernon Cowper, Rec. Sec.
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C. E. Maddry, Treasurer.
Judge J. C. McRae, Judge.
J. G. McCormick, Associate Justice.
L. M. Carolton, Solicitor.
H. D, Williams, Clerk.
W. S. Fertruson, Sheriff.
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night except the hrst Sunday in eacn montn.
Praver meetinar everv Wednesday nignt.
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Continued from fisrt page. On the next play Elliot breaks
Craig ialls on ball losing- 3 yds. through and tackles Sewanee man
Koehler gets 3 yds. Brtm then with a loss of 1 . yard. Sewanee
makes beautiful try at a drop kick fails to jain and ball gfoes to Caro
from 30 yd. line. The ball goes a Una.
few inches to left of goal post.
Sewanee kicks from 25 yd. line to
Shull who brings ball back 10 yds.,
Bellamy 2 yds., Koehler 4 yds..
Graves kicks 25 yds., Bellamy then
breaks through the line and downs
Sewanee man with a loss of 5 yds.
Sewanee bucks. center for 5 yds.,
and then for 5 more and again for 4
Bellamy makes another tackle be
hind the line causing Sewanee to
loose 3 yds., Simpkins kicks 35 yds.,
to x.lartin who returns 5 yds.,
Graves kicks 25 vds. Sewanee
kicks 45 yds. the ball rolling- over
line, Graves kicks out 30 yds.,
Sewanee makes 3, 2, 2 and 1 yd.,
then loses 4 yds., Simpkins kicks
25 yds., and Graves punts the ball
an equal distance to Sevvanee's full
back who fumbles and Carolina
Koehler gains 15 yds., Bellamy
1. Holding- in the line and ball is
o-iven to Sewanee on Carolina's 33
yd. line. Sewanee gets 15 yds. on
double pass, then 2 yds. more when
ball is fumbled and Osborne gets
ballon our 12 yd. line. Graves
kicks to Simpkins who heels fair
catch but is tackled by Carolina's
end, as a penalty for this Sewanee
15 yds, and a free kick. .The ball
went high in the air over the goal
posts g-iving Sewanee her 5 points.
Graves kicks off 40 vds. and
Sewanee returns kick. Graves
punts 30 yds. and Sewanee tries but
fails to gain, Simpkins then kicks
ball high in air and recovers it him
self. Sewanee fumbles and Osb-
orne gets ball, Graves bucks line
or 5 yds. and time is called on
Sewanee's 25 yd. line with ball in
Carolina's possession. Score:
Sewanee 5 Carolina 0.
Simpkins kicks off 40 yards to
Bellamy who advances ball 10 yds.
Graves punts 40 yards and Sewa
nee full-back returns the kick -for
30 yards. Carolina fails to gain on
first two downs and Graves punts
32 yards to Simpkins who is downed
in his tracks by Osborne.
Sewanee gains 5 yards and then
fails to gain, and ball goes over.
Osborne fails to gain. Koehler
makes 3 yards. Sewanee off-side
and Carolina irets 10 yards. The
ball is fumbled and g-oes to Sewa
nee. Shull retires in favor of
Mclver after having played
. Simokins punts 45 yards to
(graves who returns ball 15 yards.
Koehler makes 1 yard, Graves I yd.
Carolina off-side and ball goes to
Sewanee. The full backs exchange
ounts several times with about
Howell here goes in place of
Osborne. Sewanee punts and re
covers ball on Carolina's 28 yard
line. Sewanee gains 2 yards, then
fails to gain, then g-ets two yards.
Carolina gets ball on downs
Howell makes 3 yards, Koehler '.
yard. Graves punts hig-h and far
to Sewanee's quarter-kack who
passes ball back and gains 10 yds.
Sewanee then g-oes around their
right end behind beautiful inter
ference for 25 yards to Carolina's
25 yard line. Sewanee g-ains yd.
Graves punts 30 yards and the
punt is returned 40 yards. Car
olina no gain and ball is thrown
back for a kick which is blocked
but Carolina recovers possession of
ball on her 2 yard line.
! Graves punts 40 yards from be
hind g-oal posts. Sewanee punts
and recovers ball on Carolina's 12
yard line. Mclver is hurt and Phi
fer W. g-oes in at guard and Brem
to tackle. Servanee gains 2 yards,
then looses 5 and is thrown back 7
yards by Phifer.
Then came the prettiest play of
the game. Howell goes around
rig-ht end for 50 yards amidst thundering-
applause. Bellamy g-ains
3 yards, then 4. The ball then
goes over on downs. Sewanee
punts 30 and recovers ball and kick
to Carolina's 15 yard line. Graves
punts 25 . yards and Sewanee re
turns 20 yards.
Sewanee g-ets 8 yards, then looses
2. Here Sewanee tries drop kick
but the ball g-oes wild. Graves
punts from 25 yard line to centre of
field. Sewanee returns kick to
Graves who advances ball 20 yards.
Howell gains 20 yards around. the
end. 'Bellamy grains 2 yards, then 2
yds. Sewanee off-side and Caroli
na gets 10 yards. Howell gains 10
yards, then 15 yards around right
Time called on Sewanee's 10 yd.
line with ball in Carolina's posses
sion 1st. down.
By agreement between halves the
last half was cut down to 30 min
utes instead of 35.
The following is the line-up of
the two teams.
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Osborne & Howell R. E. Black
Bennett R. T. Boiling
Phifer I. R. G. Claiborne
Elliot Centre Poole
Brem & Phifer W. L. G. Keyes
Shull & Mclver L. T. Jones
Craig L. E. Simpkins
Martin Q. B. Wilson
Bellamy R. H. B. Seibels
Koehler I,. H. B. Kilpatrick
Graves F. B. Hull
Umpire Taylor, of Yale.
Referee O'Connor, of Vanderbilt.
Timekeepers Thornton and Todd.
Linesman,' Sousey' of Cornell.
Hare has been elected captain of
the Pennsylvania football team
Daly has been elected captain of the
Harvard foot.ball team, and Brown
of Yale. . ;
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