THE OFFICIAL ORGAN ' OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, ; CHAPEL HILL, N. C, APRIL, 4, 1895.
The First Game is Ours.
U. N. C, 4.--Vermont 1.
The team left ChapelHill Friday
afternoon and reached Greensboro at
7:30. We put up at the Benbow and
g-ot good treatment. Vermont did not
arrive till the next day at 10 o'clock.
The boys got into their new uniforms
at two o'clock and immediately afterr
wards went out to the grounds for a
little preliminary practice. Vermont,
was already there at the' same workf
A good crowd soon showed up an4
"Play" is called at 4 o'clock by Mr,
John Schenck, of Greensboro, with
N. C. at the bat. ... !
1st. "Pat opens the cake walk wnn
a slashing hit and Steals 2nd. Captf
Oldham manages to get his bones ii
front of the ball and is sent to lirst
Stanley steals 3d and comes home on
TSaiW'a sacrifice. Oldham trets 3rd
on same. Stephens is thrown out a
1st, "Greg" also.
Vermont. Pond is thrown out a
first, and Woodward imitates him
McAllister grabs Hill's fly, and the firs
trick is ours.
; 2nd. Raymond manages to capturtj
h Slocumb's high fly. Graham, W. fails
tn.mnnpct with Pond's drop. Gra?
ham, E. likewise.
Vermont. Naylor goes out at lst
McAllister gets base on balls. wne
lan flys out to Graham, and Dodds hits
a "pop" to Gregory.
3rd. McAlister uses his ej-eson Pono
and gets a Jbase.,on Jalls,. but.. tries l; t
take three on Naylor's passed ball, and;
is blocked off 3d by foul; play of Whe
lan; called out. This is the only dis1
disagreeable incident , in the play of
the Vermonters. Stanley strikes out
in disgust at the palpable inability of.
the umpire to see the base. Oldy goes
out on pop fly.
Vermont. Stephens gives Raymond
base on balls. Some one in the grand,
stand is to .blame for this, for George,
cast his eves over that way once. He
recovers in time to strike out Daggett
Pond flies out to Graham W. Ray
mond steals second on the out. Wood-j
ward makes a hit to left and Raymond
tries to score on it,' but a beautiful,
throw by McAlister catches him at the,
4th, Bailey gets tangled up on.
Pond's drop and strikes out. Stephens,
hits to short, gets 1st on error, and
goes to third on error of Whelan's.,
Whelan is accommodating, and gives
Gregory first on another error. He,
steals second. Stephens then scores
on Slocumb's sacrifice, Gregory- is.
caught n apping- on 3rd..
Naylorthe,same,, ',, ; Spme.of v thesejbals;
J wouljDe.otrikes in ai;y State" in
the Union, but the umpire .decides they
were not jegal, tender, and we , had, to
swallow,, our hard feelings. Theji
McAliisteistrik.s' out, . but Wheelan
smashes thejeatherjfor two .bases and
HHscore t-he, only; run that, the- visit
ors from IVermomU get.. Naylor goes
to the third on the hit, and -tries to,
sti.,honi& 'pHj,0$$, ,oJj.e9tsv ,, Dpdds
gets to first .on - fielder's choice, but we,
ludMeii, at Jd!n , Raymond:
picks out four, .bad-ones and goes to;
first. "Daggett relieves Jh.stralnby,
5. GrahAmTgoes.iput .xin;, a stiff,
litter to Whelan. . '"Graham E. titil
lates that,mosphere..threeJ Jinies; Mc-J
Ah?ter likewise , .
V ermont. Pond flies out to centre.
Capt. Woodward gets a nice little hit
to left. Hill follows' with a scratch
hit to first. Woodward advances to
2d and tries to steals 3d but George
makes a quick throw to Pauline and
he dies. Taylor gets first on the out
and, McAllister hits to Slocumb. - He
juggles it long enough to advance them
all. Bases full and everything lively
Whelan relieves things by hitting a
pop fly to Pat.
6th. Stanly bunts to Pond and goes
out at first. Oldham out from short
to first. Bailey takes base on balls
Stephens put the ball where it will dp
the most good for a base hit, and Bailey
scores on fielder's error. Gregory gives
Pond on easy grounder out at first.
Vermont Pond flies out to McAlis
ter. Raymond gets base on balls!
Daggett makes base hit right. Pond
sends Pat a pop fly who lets it hit the
ground and throws Raymond out at
3d. Pond was out when the ball was
hit and Raymond need not have left
2d. " .
7th. Slocumb is thrown out at first by
Whelan. Graham W. gets a base on
his good eye, but is forced out at 2d by
Graham E. McAllister strikes out,
Vermont. Woodward goes to first
on Gregory's error and tries to steal
2d on the first pitched ball. Oldham
fairly shoots the ball to Gregory and
the first and last trial to steal second
is over. Hill strikes out. Gregory
throws Naylor out at first.
Sth. Stanley hits to 3d and goes to
3d on wild throw of Hill. Oldham,
hits long fly to left and Stanlej7 scores
on the out. Bailey gets a clean two-
bagger but dies on 2d, for Stephens
goes out on a pop fly to second and
Gregory is thrown out at first by
Vermont. McAllister out at 1st by
Slocumb. Whelan beats the ball to
first. Dodds is thrown out by Stephens
at first. Raymond g-ets first by Ste
phen's error. Whelan on 3d, Daggett
9th. Slocumb out by pop fly to Pond.
Graham W. strikes out. Graham E.
flies out to centre.
Vermont. Pond beats out his bunt,
but is forced out at 2d on Woodward's
hit to Gregory. Hill gives Greg a pop
fly, and Naylor sends a long one . to
Graham E., and the game is ours by
the score of 4 to 1.
Below is the official score:
Score by innings:
U. N. C. 1-0-0-1-0-1-0-1-04
Vermont, ft-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0 1
U. N. C.
PIvAYERS. AB. K. BH. SH. PO. A. E
Stanley, ss. 4 2 1 0 3.1 0
Oldham, c, 3 0 0 0 6 1 0
Bailey, lb.. 3 1116 0 0
Stephens, p., 4 1 1 0 17 1
Gregory, 2b., 4 0 0 0 3 4 1
Slocumb, 3d., 4 0 0 12 2 1
Graham, W.rf., 3 0 0 0 2 0 0
Graham, E. cf., 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
McAlister, If., 3 00 0 2 1 0
Totals, 32 4 3 2 .27 16 3
PLAYEKS. AB. R. BH. SH. PO. A. E.
Pond, p., 5 0 1 0 3 11 0
Woodward, lb., 5 0 2 0 9 0 0
Hill, ss.. 4 1 1 0 0 4 2
Naylor, c, 4 0 0 0 8 2 1
McAllister, If., 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Whelan, 2b., '4 0 2 0 2 5 1
Dodds, rf.', 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Raymond, cf., 1 0 0 0 2 0 0
Daggett, 3d., 4 0 1 0 2 0 0
Totals, 34 1 7 0 27 20 3
Summary. Earned runs U. N. C, 1; two-
base hit Bailey, Whelan ; bases stolen
Stanley (3), Oldham, Gregory, Stephens,
Hill, Whelan, Daggett; bases on called balls
by Pond 2, by Stephens 6; hit by pitched
balls Pond 1; struck out by Stephens S, by
Pond 8; passed balls Naylor. Time of game,
2'hours and 20 minutes. Umpire, Mr. Schenck,
Mr, Smith. Scorer, Mr. Lewis.
Boston Gets The Second By A
Score of 17 to 3.
After a hurried supper and good
t ' i i -XT 1
Dye to tiie Vermont Doys we are
hurried to the depot by Manager
Turner and board the train for
Charlotte. It is reached about
12:30 Sunday Morning- and every
body hunts a bed. Sunday morning
we Separate for the different church
es. - This scribe is much indebted
to Post-Master T. R." Robertson
and his hospitable wife for their ex
ceuent entertainment wnue in tne
Sunday afternoon, at 6:40 the
Boston team arrived and joined us
at the Buford House. Manager
Selee had eighteen men with him
arid they all seemed to be in fine
trim. Most of them appeared to be
Irish, but they didn't "lose." The
County Clare accent ' was so thick
in the hotel office that it could have
been cut with a knife.
The next day was a perfect one
for baseball, though it was threat
ening for a few hours in the forenoon.
Some of the boys spent the morning"
at the North State club-rooms, to
wh,ch we all had been given tickets
by the management, some went out
to the Park to see Boston limber up.
When play was called at 4 o'clock
the grand stand was full of White
and Blue shouters. The ground
was in good fix. U, N. C. .went to
the bat with Wilson in the box for
1st. Stanly was the first man up
and actually hit the ball for two
bases! Then the grand stand
howled. But when Oldham follow
ed with another two-barrer. and
roosted on 2nd with Pat scored, the
grand stand went wild. So did the
scorer, so did every man who had a
white and blue ribon on. An earned
. 44 -t
run, uiciham on second and nobod'
out! Bailey strikes out, Stephens
sacrifices Oldham to third, and
Gregory goes out from Wilson to
Boston. Lowe hits to Stanly. and
goes to third on his wild throw to
first. Long, the great shortstop
of the League, picks out one that
suits him and puts it over the distant
left field fence. He gets a feeble
round of applause for this. Duffy
the "great and only," the champion
batter of the world, hits a long fly
to Graham E. which of course is
equivalent to a strike out, and Mc
Carthy, Duffy's side partner, does
the same. Collins is out on a ' 'pop' '
2nd Slocumb gets first on wild
throw by Capt. Nash, tries to steal
second but is thrown out by Tucker
to Lowe on Graham W's hit to
Tucker. Graham E. strikes out,
Boston. Capt. Nash hits a little
grounder to Bailey and is promptly
put out.' Gauzee flies out to Grah
am IS. Wilson gets a clean hit be
tween center and right. Lowe fol
lows with another and takes second
on fielders error. Long sends a hot
one to Slocomb and is retired at first
by Paulines beautiful throw. Bos
ton shut out.
3rd. Stanley hits to left field and
is .safe at first on McCarthr's muff.
Then comes the prettiest play of the
game: Pat calls to Oldham to "take
one." Wilson, therefore, puts one
square over the base and Oldham
bunts scientifically to Lowe. While
Lowe and Tommy Tucker are busy
putting Oldie out on first, Pat is
quietly going on to third like a
streak of lightning. Tucker final
ly wakes up and fires the ball over
to Capt. Nash, but Stanley is sit
ting on the base when it arrives.
Bailey responds to the applause
with a clean hit over second, and
Pat scores again. Stephens hits to
Tucker, getsfirston fielder's choice,
while Tucker forces Bailey out at
second. Gregory strikes out. Score
Boston Duffy gets a hit, Mc
Carthy' hits to Stanley who throws
out Duffy at second. Tucker hits
to Slocumb who throws out Mc
Carthy at second, Gregory throws
wild to first, Tucker tries third and
is out on Oldham's beautiful throw
4th. Nichols in the box for Bos
ton.' Slocumb gives Nichols that
tired feeling with a clean hit. Gra
ham W. hits to Tucker who forces
Paul out at second to Long, Gra
ham W. takes second on Long's
wild throw to Tucker. Graham E.
gets a clean base hit which advanc
es Graham W. to third. Ganzel
throws Graham E. our at second,
but Graham W. scores on the out.
We lead once more. McAlister sends
Long a pop fly. Out.
Boston Collins is out on a high -
foul fly to Slocumb. Capt; Nash
gets first on fielder's error, and
Ganzel quietly lifts the ball over
the right field . barricade. Nichols
is out from short to first, Lowe
makes a base hit, and Long pushes
the ball to George who tosses him
out at first.
5th. Stanley is thrown out at first
by Capt. Nash. -Oldham works his
eye for four balls. Bailey hits to
Long who fails to stop the wheels
in his head long enough to get any
body out. Stephens smashes a high
one to McCarthy who doubles Old
ham on second. With proper coach
ing Oldham would have been safe.
Boston Duffy ets base on balls,
but is doubled up by Bailey's beau
tiful catch of McCarthy's liner.
Tucker also walks off with four bad
ones, but Collins closes the inning
with a high fly to center.
6th. Gregory picks out a slow
one and lets it hit him. Slocumb
makes a beautiful drive to center
for one base and advances Gregory
to second. .Graham W. hits to Long
who forces Slocumb out at second.
Gregory at third, Graham W
first. Graham E. hits a curv
fly to Tucker and is out by a great
falling catch. He misjudged it and
caught it lying full length on the
ground. McAlister out on foul fly
Boston Capt. Nash gives Pat an
easy fly. Ganzel get first on Bai
lcys error, and pitcher- Nichols
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