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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1903.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
V. P. I. Puts It on Carolina by a
Score of 21 to 0. ,A Detailed
Account of the Game.
Carolina met her second severe
defeat of the season at Norfolk,
Va.. last Saturday. The Norfolk
0 by no means indicates the" pluck
and spirit with which North Caro
V. P. I. goes 30 yards through line. V. P. I. makes no gain and the ball
Carpenter makes no gain over is on Carolina's 5-yard line. Car-
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nyue. councilman goes yards penter gets 4 yards. Tune is up
over Perry. Carpenter- gets 2 just as ball started in play and V.
yards, then fumbles and Perry gets P. I. just goes over for a touch
the ball. The ball is on Carolina's down but officials let it count. V.
I. fails to kick goal
. P. I. 15; Carolina 0.
V. P. I. has a faster team than
we have and Carpenter is in a class
14-yard lin Mann is hurt but
continues to play. Mann loses 2
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"The score 21 to -nneuy gams i yard.
Berkeley kicksvand the ball hits V.
P. I. man. Cox gets the ball and
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lina contested with V. P. I. on the uccum,u8 ulUie ns toward nis an to himself. His offensive work
own goal. Mann loses o yards s superb. Our boys are not ulay-
fnotball suoremacv vesterdav af-rluu,,u cuu' "kCiCV m"s ing at all together. Carolina kicks
ternoon;" and this is true. The ain' Carol,"a carr,es bal1 back to V. P. I. 's 25-yard line and Ab
Tar Heels fought well but the su- her 10ard 1,ne on penalty, bott returns it 6 yards. On quar
perior team work and impregnable Berkeley kicks 25 yards and Car- terback's running with the ball V.
interference of V. P. I. was too Penter brim?s lt back 2 yards- p. I. makes 5 yards. Next" she
much for them. Councilman makes lyard. The goes around Foust's end and is
Conspicuous above the remainder bal1 ,s u Carolina's 20 1-2-yard tackled by Eng4e for no gain. V.
of the aggregation that struggled ne'- Carpenter makes 5 yards. P. I. is offside and the ball is put
upon the checkerboard shone the CarPenter hurt and V. P. I. on Corolina's 35-yard line. Carpen-
P. L M.)1,"- iyx ics mdKtjs no ter makes 10 yards. Carpenter on
carpenter, makes d yards, delaved oass frets 1 vard. CarnPn-
is on Carolina's 3-yard ter drops back for a 'kick and Wil-
line. - Carpenter ge,ts,2 yards and son &oes through line on fake play
UUU1,MU ucs l,l uuSn ror tor about 10 yards. V. P, I. makes
the' second touch down. Carpenter no -ffain The ball is on V. P. I.'
misses goal. Score: V. P. I. 10; 53-yard line
work of Carpenter for V.
Seldom has such playing been seen
on any gridiron. As a half-back
this man undoubtedly stands in a
class bv himself in tke South; there
is not another man who 'can ap-
LECTURE BY DR. RUFFIN.
Dr. Thos. Ruffin Lectures in Ger
rard Hall on "The Common
Sense of Law."
proach him Four of Blacksburg's
very best meni including Carpen
ter, who were not in the game with
Virginia on account of injuries or
Donnelly for 2 yards and again for
3 yards in the same place; then she
goes around Cox's end for 5 vards
V. P. I. makes 2 vards anrl flip
V. P. I. Kicks .off to Carolina's first down. On delayed pass V. P.
goai line and Mann returns the ball L oses o yards, beimr tackled hv
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State's rules, played against Oaro-r r ; .iKciey goes arouna monnelly on quarter back
enuiorw.yaras. mann nits the. Emrle. Foust and Donnfillv tark1
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account for the defeat of the Tar 1 . 8 Junes maKes 110 V. P. I. man for a loss of 3 yard;
gam. Mann is hurt. The ball is but Carolina is offside ond V. P. I
(y i: At if i-k . I . a .
uu wroimd s ti-yard line. lierke- ffets 3 Vards. Wvt sh, nr
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iey kicks yards and v. f. 1
fumbles. Jones gets the ball and
carries it to V. P. I.'s 15-yard line.
None of the last counted as V.P. I.
was off side and the ball is brought
back to V. P. I.'s 45-yard line and
given to Carolina.
Hester goes through the line for
3 yards. Berkeley makes 1 yard.
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Mann goes 25 yards around r "es rougn "ne and turn-
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Berkeley gets 20 yards around mes UUL ets ttie DaU and
maKes nrst down, oust goes
around end for 2 yards. Mann goes , . ,
, r , line and h
cnrougn nne ror 6 yards, making Qarol
nrsc aown. rne ball is on V. P.
Heels, it. undoubtedly had some
thing to do with the size of the
While the Tar Heels did good in
dividual work, they seemed to lack
team work and failed to work to
gether. Stewart, Foust, Donnelly,
Mann and Berkeley did good work.
Carolina wins the toss and receives
'kick. V. P. I. kicks 50 yards to
Carolina and the ball is run dut
other end. Donnelly goes 2 yards:
Hester gets 2 yards through centre
and Foust adds 1 yard. Mann
loses 3 yards around end and then
tries line for no gain. Berkeley
kicks 35 yards and Carpenter is
downed in his tracks by Cox. V.
P. I., man gets hurt.
The ball is on V. P. I.'s 25-yard
line in her possession. Wilson
tries Carolina's end but Maun
tackles him for a loss of 1 1-2 yards
Carpenter goes around Cox for 85
yards and a touch down. He is
icuaueu aDout six times but con-
Dr. Thos. Ruffin, of the Univer
sity Law School, delivered a public
lecture last Thursday evening in
Gerrard Hall. His subject was:
"The Common Sense of Law."
This he handled in a very practical
and common sense way. He began
by saying: "Many people think of
law as something apart from them,
and they fail to have the proper res- '
pect for it. All society must, have
laws to govern its individuals.
Formerly society was ruled by cus
tom, and when a custom became
clearly defined it became a law.
Laws are not stationary but they
progress as the people progress.
From time to time the code is. chang
ed. A few years ago two hundred
crimes were punishable by death,
a woman was nothing more than a
chattel, the olde:-t son inherited all
the goods, and trials were often by
combat or ordeals.
"These are now foreign to our
rights. The change has been
brought about through a natural
process based on the common sense
of the people. Law registers the
chanire and so reflects the' moral
life of the people. Our laws are
lven us by trained men except our
statute laws, which are made by the
representatives of the people.
statute laws conflict
-but on next nlav fail tncrain Thp n
, . . sometimes
' wu with the constitution, when they do
aiulcl uu y tfs they are not laws
' -., SU11S1UC dnu "Common law is the unwritten
loses yards 1 he ball, sin her law. It may be replaced at any
puc.ou n aro.ina s o-yaro time by statute law. The object
line. V P. I by a quarter back 0f all law is common sense equality.
run makes 4 yards. Carpenter It ffuarantees life, property, repu
w xo.uu uu vaiouud s, o-yaru tation an(1 freedom of thouffht. It
returns it 3 yards
I.'s 35-yard line. Mann is hurt.
Berkeley loses 1 yard. Jones makes
no gain. Berkeley kicks 30 yards
and Hester throws Bear back to
within 2 yards of V. P. I.'s goal
line. Carpenter goes around Cox's
end for 10 yards. Councilman gains
3 yards. A V. P. I. man is hurt.
The ball is on V. P. I.'s 14-yard
line, with 6 minutes to play.
V. P. J. makes 5 yards, Carpen
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tinuestorun. When tackled last ier iU yarus ana ,s tacKIea Uox
time he falls on the Wl linP. affPr on a back run- V' P- L makes 15
3 minutes of play. Cox and Mann yards placia the bal1 otl her 45"
arehurt but continue to play. V. yard lme CarPenter goes around
P. I. has to kick out and succeeds. Cox for 4 yards- Nice tack,e is
She now tries at goal and fails. made by Cox' V P- L &oes
Carolina kicks to V. P. I.'s 15- throuh center for 3 yard- Car-
yard line and V. P. L. return 5f 90 Penier -oes over Jones tor about
yards. V. P. I. goes around Foust yards. Pu.tting tliy ball on Carolina's y p 5yarJ
tor no gain. Carpenter goes over
Albright and Jones for 5 yards. V.
K I. makes no gain, Stewart tack
ling behind the line. Carpenter
over Donnelly makes 4 yards.
Councilman makes 5 yards over Al
35-yard line. Carpenter goes over
Jones for 7 yards. V. P. I. makes
10 yards over Donnelly. V. P. I.
3 yards in same place. The ball
is on Carolina's 14-yard line with
1 minute to play. Hester is hurt
: 1 I i t
ma maKes i varo. Jones
makes 3 yards and first down. The
ball is on Carolina's 12 1-2 yard
line. Jones is hurt and goes out.
Wright goes in at end and Foust
goes to tackle. Carolina fails to
make first down by about half a
foot and the ball goes over to V. P.
I. who makes 10 yards around
Wright., putting the ball on Caro
lina's 5-yard line. Berkeley is hurt.
Carpenter goes over for a touch
down around Cox's end. V. P. I.
has to kick out for a better try at
goal, makes fair catch, tries goal
and . kicks it. Score: V. P. I. 1;
Carolina kicks to V. P. I.'s 10
yard line and Carpenter returns it
by double pass to the centre of the
field. The ball is brought back to
ine for foul in
bright and Jones, V. P. I. makes but continues to play. V. P. I.
2 yards. The ball is on the 56-yard tries Foust for no gain. Carpenter
Hue. A V. P. I. man is hurt. Car- tries Jones and Mann for no gain,
penter gets 10 yards over guard. Councilman hits line for 5 yards.
holding Cox. V. P. I. on delayed
pass gets 5 yards and on foul for
using hands the ball is brought
back to the 5-yard line again. Car
penter goes over Foust for 6 yards.
Engle and Seagle go through Car
penter for no -gain. Carpenter goes
over Foust for 5 yards, and then
over Foust for 5 yards more. ' On
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secures the right and redresses the
wrong. It regulates civil acts, not
Dr. Ruffin spoke of wrongs under
three heads, viz., crime, torts and
contracts; crimes as wrongs that
affect the State, torts the individu
als, and contracts personal agree
ment. He spoke of the laws con
cerning wills, deeds and the trans
fer of lands, and of their develop
ment. 1 he seeming injustice of
the law is due more to i'uri:.s than
to any fault of the law."
He concluded by saying: "A truly
great lawyer can be made only out
of a good and great man. Law
leads a man to honesty, truth and
morality. The lawyers are a noble
set of men though often slandered.
They fashion, make and apply laws
to suit the high and low, the rich
and the poor. They direct the
course of civilization."
The question at the Di. Saturday
night was: Resolved, that further
annexation of territory is not for the
best interest of this country. The
affirmative won and Mr. Duls, '07,
was reported best speaker