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Alex Worth, ex '14, of Durham
was on the Hill Sunday.
F. N. Cox, '11, who is practic
ing" law at Spray, spent Sunday
on the Hill.
K. C. Spence, '14, has been in
itiated in to the Delta Kappa Ep
silon fraternity. rJ
Dr. and Mrs. Archibald Hen
derson spent several days in
Charlotte last week.
Carr Williamson, a student at
Trinity College; spent Sunday
with friends on the Hill.
The reverued A. II. Wilson of
cw York was the. guest of the
Siytna Nn fraternity on the 21st.
Charlie Til let t, '09, of Char
lotte, atul Frauk Graham, '09, of
Raleigh spent Sunday on the
Mtss Nannie Smith (ias re.
turned home from a visit to Miss
Pauline Bannson in ...Winston
Dr. Dey ami Professor Bain
spent Easter Week in Norfolk;
Dr. Coker and Prof, McGebee in
New York. : . "
Mr. and Mrs. George Eliot and
daughter of Fayclteville arc
visiting Mrs. Eliot's mother, Mrs.
R. S. M.-u-Rae.
Miss Kate Northrop of Wil
mington siayet! several d.ivs af
ter the -dances as the guest of
Miss Elizabeth Hain. 1 -
Dr. Charles Lee Kaper delivered
a lecture before the faculty and
student body of Elon College,
Thursday night. April 11.
Dr. C. L Kaper delivered an
address on the 19lh at Salem
Academy in Winston-Salem on
"The High Cost of Living."
Mr. F. P. Milburu of Washing
ton, 1). C. was in Chapel Hill the
18th on business in regard to the
new building of which he is the
Among the Alumni and visi
tors on the Hill during Easter
Week, were Redding Perry, W.
C. Woodard, W. T. Joy tier, Earl
Crosswell, C. E. Mcintosh, Geo.
Thomas, W. M. Parsley, Dozier
Lowndes, Foy Robertson, B. R.
Huske, Howell Smith, Ike Lon
don. Russell Robinson, Jim Man
ning, Orrin Lloyd, Kenneth Bor
den, George Daniels, Ransom
Saunders, Avery Winston.
the game did "not abound itfthe
mho or baseball that sets -,thc
nerves or. edge. . Lee clearly out
shone Rixey in the slabbing side'
of the struggle and Carolina's
general maneuvers on the field
somewhat shaded the appearance
of the visitors. .The enthusiasm
of the crowd spent itself in the
fourth frame when the game was
won by the White and Blue de
fenders, the remainder being for
the most part a matter of me
chanical form ;
CAROLINA AB. IUI.PO.A.E.
Hiuiea, r. f. . . 5 11 1 0 0
Edward, 3b. 3 0 1 0, 1 0
Trby, 1. f. ............ 4 10 3 0 0
Swmk, c. 3 0 19 0 0
L ak, lb, .,.,.411 9 0 0
Wiiisti-ud, ss, . . ........ 4 112 2 0
Kaiiey, 2b. 3 0 1 1 Q
Time, e.f. 15 Oil 0 0
1. ............. . 4 0 0 1 5 0
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j Finiay, c
LiUv, v f. i
DouirhiH, ss. .. . .
Carter, lb. . , .
Carolina Wins at Cearlotte
Continued from First Page.
Neff were easy victims to the
General's curves. The second
inning- looked even more hazard
ous. With one gone by the boards,
Fitchette singled and McGuire
beat a bunt to first. Lee then
fanned Landes and Rixey flew to
Irby. Only four men got to first
after this frame, two on passes
and one by being hit. Lee was
complete master when the situa
tion loomed up ominous aud the
mere fact that he struck out nine
men does riot indicate the full
strength of his performance, for
the Virginians were shorn of
their locks throughout the entire
The feature' plays of the after
noon were made by Irby in left
and Winstead at short for Caro
lina. The former made a dazzling
dive for a catch in the eighth
inning, turning a complete somer
sault, but holding firmly to .the
sphere. The catch was as specta
: 'larrv i witnessed in this terri-
r- Wi.) stead's play came in
?hp nniU; when he executed a
VMh:-,. fcat 0f CXCeptional bril
e on a fast grounder. Aside
,f;) - the work'of the pitchers,
however, and these two plays,
.33 4 7 27 8 0
..4 0 1 8 10
..4 0 0 i 0 0
.. 2 0 0 0 1 0
. . 4 0 1 0 0 0
..4 0 0 10
31 0 4 27 8 2
Filcliett, If. .......... 4 0 1 2 0
McGnire, 2b. 4 0 1 0 1
Landes, r. f. . . .V; . ?: 2 0 0 '3 0
Rixey, 3 0 0 1 5
Score by innings:
Carolina ,,,.,,..,..,.,000 000 400 0004
Virginia......... . . ..000 000 000 0000
Hits by innings:
Carolina 000 410 1017
Virginia v, ... .120 001 0004
S u ra m a ry : Sac rifioc hit s Ed
wards, Swink Page Stolen bases
Trby, Fin ley. Struck out--By
Lee 9; by Rixey 8. Base on balls
-Off Lee 2; off Rixey 1. Hit by
pitched ' ball-Douglas. Passed
ball Finley. Left on bases
Carolina 6; Virginia 7. Time
2 hours. Umpire Henderson.
Attendance--. I, SoO.
"Whoopee, a letter from home
with a draft in it.
Roommate Close it up quick.
I'll catch my death of cold.
Prof. We have metalic currency
to-day, haven't we?
Voice Nope, not this late in
Teacher How dare jrou swear
Pupil Excuse me, sir, I didn't
know you wanted to swear.
Co-Qp Clerk "This book will
be half your studies for you."
Freshie "Give me two."
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DURHAM. - - NORTH CAROLINA.
If You Want to Feel Good
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All styles of Hair Cuts on hand at all
times. Opposite campus.
Meet Your Friends
When in Durham.
MR. E. S. MERR1TT
Is with them. Opposite Postoffice.
THE STAR CAFE,
T he Cleanest and Most Up-to-Date
Dining Room in Town.
Quick and Polite Service. University
men are invited to give us a call.
Pleasant room to rent also. ,
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CHAPEL HILL, N. C. . ;
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Next Door to Post Office
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WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
CUT GLASS AND
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New quarters below Pickard's
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Let the College Caterer,
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Fruits and Confectioneries.
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