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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, APRIL, 11, 1895.
Lafayette Wins in Raleigh.
Score 9 to .
On the road again. We leave Char
lotte about 7 p. m. Monday, en route
for Raleigh. It is an all-night trip,
and everybody dreads it. With Char-
J lotte fading away in the dark, the
I boys fussing at Manager Turner for
I taking them away from "the girl they
I left behind," George Graham telling
I jokes, and "Lady Jane" reading Hoff
I duny's Psychology, we feel that "life
iis hardly worth living." Greensboro
is reached at 10:30 and Captain Old
t ham has the team in their berths,
asleep, 1U a. uuicu iiiiiiuica. l uc WH
ter of this slept quite well until-the
car started, but put in most of the
time from then till morning in avoid
ing the manager's elbow on one side,
and an eight-foot drop on the
We reached Raleigh at 7:30 a. m.
Tuesday morning without incident
unless we mention Ben Stanley's saun
ter around Durham during a half-
hour's stop there at daybreak. It was
second over-the-fence two bagger.
Slocomb g-ets Sigmon's foul fly by a
beautiful running catch over hisshoui
der. 4th. Stephens hits to Criswell, out
at 1st. Gregory does the same and so
does Criswell. Slocomb gets a slash
ing single over rd base and steals
2nd. Graham W. gets a base on balls,
Graham E. flies out to Clarke.
Lafayette. Miller goes out at 1st.
Clarke strikes out, Warne out on
grounder to Bailey.
5th. Hill hits the ball an awful
crack and trots towards 1st with a sat
isfied home run look on his face, but
Clarke, the crack Andover sprinter,
gets it safely. Hill was flagged down
at 2nd and persuaded that it had been
really and truly caught. Stanley gets
other. I an 'er-te-ience two-bagger. Uld-
i.ham flies out to Pomeroy, Bailey
Lafayette. Warbridge takes 1st on
four balls, Barclay makes a single to
right, Warbridge goes to 3rd and
PI.AYKRS. AB. H. BH. SH. PO. A.
Warne, ss., 5 1 0 0 0 0 4
Warbridge, 3b., 3 2 0 0 0 0 0
Barclay, c, 5 2 4 0 8 1 0
Walter, rf., 2 0 1 0 1 0 0
Poiueroy, rf., 3 2 10 1 0 0
Criswell. v.. 4 110 16 0
Rothermel, 2b., 4 1 2 0 2 2 1
Sigmon, lb., 4 0 1 0 9 1 0
Miller, If., 4 O I 0 1 0 0
Clarke, cf.. 4 0 0 0 4 0 0
Totals, 38 9 11 0 27 10 5
Summary, Earned runs U. N. C, 1, Ia-
fayette3; two-base hits, Stanley, Barclay,
Criswell, Rothermel (2); bases stolen Stan
ley (2), Stephens, Slocomb (2), Graham 13.
double play Gregory, Bailey; bases on balls
oft Hill, 2, off Criswell 2; struck out by
Hill 5, by Criswell 8; passed ball Oldham;
wild pitch Hill, Batteries Hill and Old
ham, Criswell and Barclay. Time of game,
2:10; Umpire, Mr. Busbee; Scorer,Mr. Lew
raining and altogether dismal weath-' Barclay to 2nd on Oldham's passed
er for ball on our arrival, but the rain
ball. Pomeroy's single scores them.
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stopped just before the game. j x u) on iieiuer s cnoite,
The Lafayette team arrived at 3 p. ! but sPrains llis . ankle slightly and
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and drove straig-ht to the Ball Park, i VViUier Kes U1S P1' iswen mes
out to center field. Rothermel strikes
out. . Sigmon makes a single to right
I and Pomeroy (Walter) scores. Miller
I flies out to right field.
fth. Stephens goes out from Cris
well to Sigmon, Gregory flies out to
Walter, Slocomb out from Rothermel
to Sigmon. ?
Lafayette. Clarke strikes out. Warne
goes to 1st on right fielder's mulf and
takes second on Bailey's error. War-
bridge gets 1st on error of Slocomb.
Barclay gets a beautiful hit to left.
. Bases full. Capt. Criswell rises to the
emergency with a double, scoring two
runs. Rothermal flies out to Graham j
, W., and Sigmon goes out at lst-on
I grounder to Bailey, a difficult stop,
j 7th. Graham W. strikes out, Gra
ham E. out at 1st, Hill same,
j Lafayette. Miller strikes out,
Clarke same, Warne out at 1st.
8th. Stanley slashes a hit to rigrht
and steals 2nd. Oldham
Miller. Bailey strikes out. Stephens
makes a much needed single .to right
and Stanley scores the only run we
get. Stephens steals 2nd. Gregoroy
out at 1st.
Lafayette. Warbridge flies out to
Graham E. Barclay gets a single to
center, but is doubled up on Walter's
hit to Hill, to Gregory, to Bailey.
9th. Slocomb gets 1st. on Warne's
error and steals 2nd. Graham W.
gets four bad ones. Graham E. hits
to Caswell who forces Graham W, at
2nd. Graham E. steals 2nd, Hill
strikes out. Stanley out from Criswell
Below is the official score:
Score by innings:
Play was called at 4:30, U. N, C. at
the bat, Mr. Perrin Busbee, of Raleigh,
1st. Pat, as usual, leads off with a
single over 2nd base" He is sacrificed j
to 2nd by Oldham, but carelessly over
runs the bag, and is touched out by
Rothermel. Bailey gets to first on
Warne's wild throw. Stephens flies
out to Clarke.
Lafayette Warne hits to Slocomb,
goes to first on error and continues to
2nd on error of Graham W., but is put
out between 2nd and 3rd by Slocomb.
Warbridge goes to first on fielder's
choice Barclay gets a pretty double,
advancing: Warbridafe to 3rd. Pome
roy gives Slocomb a foul fly, and Cris-J
well goes out from Slocumb to Bailey. '
2nd. U. N. C. is playing slow, dead ,
ball, and with great excuse if you re-1
member what they have gone through ,
since Monday morning. Gregory gets
a single to right field and goes to 2nd
on Warbridge's wild throw. Slocumb I
gets fielders choice at 1st. Graham
W. strikes out. Graham E. same.
It is evident during this inning that
the umpire is suffering from base-ball
astigmatism, or something, from the
great number of elevated balls that he
1flhp1s ni ovu-d a till riiA crilrAC
Lafayette Rothermel, "Brownie,"
or "Shorty," catches one of Senator
Hill's slow drops on the trade mark,
and puts it over the close left fence for
two sacks. Sigmon gives Bailey a
pop fly. Miller gets a single to cen
ter, and Rothermel scores on a wild
throw of the center fielder. Miller
goes to 2nd also on it. Clarke gets
fielder's choice, and Miller dies at the
plate from Stanley to Oldham. Warne
goes out from Stanley to Bailey.
3rd. Stanley flies out to Clarke, Old
ie strikes out, and Bailey follows his
Lafayette Warbridge picks out four
of the umpire's balls and trots to 1st.
Barclay, Lafayette's famous full-back,
flies out to Graham E. Pomeroy goes
to 1st and Warbridge to 2nd on Hill's
error. Criswell gets fielder's choice to
1st, and Warbridge is forced at 2nd
from Slocomb to Gregory. Criswell
goes to 2nd on a steal, and he and
Pomeroy both score on Rothermel's
Lafayette Wins AgainScore 4 to 3.
- We leave Raleigh at 10:30 A. M.
Wednesday for Durham, both teams,
for we play the next two games of
the series on our own grounds. We
reach Durham about 12 o'clock in
the rain, and take hacks for Chapel safely and goes out from Criswell
Hill. After the tedious ride and to Simmon. Graham W. strikes out
the week's experience the players Lafayette, Walbridge strikes
could hardly be expected to plav out" Barclay makes a hit over short
would have been a hit but for great
Lafayette Barclay gets a double
over 2d. Criswell gives Stanley a
pop fly. Rothermel strikes out.
5. Stanley hits easy fly to Rotncr
mel. Oldham out out at first. Bai
ley out, hit by batted ball.'
Lafayette Sigmon takes base on
balls and scores on Miller's triple
between left and center. Clarke
again strikes out. Clarke is a prime
favorite with the grand stand and
bleachers when on the coaching
lines. Warner flies out to Graham
W., who throws Miller out at the
6 Stephens out from Clarke to
Signion. Collier repeats his two
base act. Gregory gets a scratch
hit which advances Collier to 3rd.
This was where we ought to have
won the game. Slocomb fails to hit
good ball but they do it neverthe
: Play is called at 4 p. m. by Mr.
Steele, '95, with N. C. at the bat.
; 1. Stanley, for the first time this
year, fails to lead off with a hit,
and goes out from Clarke to Sig
mon. Oldham takes base on four
balls, but is forced ont at 2d on Bai
ley's grounder to Warbridge. Bailey
steals 2d with a beautiful slide
Stephens flies out to Walter.
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iaiavette warne "fives uioy a
foul fly. Warbridge gets a scratch
hit. Barclay strikes out. Wal
bridge is forced out at 2d by Cris
well's grounder to Slocomb.
2. Collier goes out at
Rothermel to Sitrmon.
Criswell flies out to Graham W.
Rothermel hits pop fly to Slocomb.
7 Graham goes out from Wal-
bridge to Sigmon. Stanley sees an
easy one and fails to avoid it, steals
2nd and goes to 3rd on Oldham's out
from Rothermel to Jigmon. Baile"
takes base on balls and Stanley
gets out at the plate on attempted
steal. This was the fault of the
Lafayette Walter out from
Gregory to Bailey. Sigmon strikes
out. Miller takes four balls and
Clarke out on line hit to Stanley.
8. Stephens bunts the ball for the
first time in his life, and beats it out.-
1st from Collier out on foul fly to Walbridge.
Gregory Stephens out on attempted steal to
lines the ball to left for three bases.
Slocomb out of foul fly to Miller.
Graham W. goes out at 1st from
flies out to Rothermel to Simmon.
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U. N. C.
PI.AYERS. AB. R. BH. SH. FO. A. K
Stanley, ss. 5 1 3 0 0 1 0
Oldham, c, 4 0 0 1 6 1 1
Bailey, lb., . s 4000801
Stephens, rf., 4 0 1 0 0 0 0
Gregory, 2b., 4 0 1 0 2 3 0
Slocumb, 3b., 4 0 1 0 3 2 2
Graham, W. If., 2" 0 0 0 1 1 2
Graham, E. cf., 4 0 0 0 4 0 1
Hill, p., 4 0 0 0 0 1 1
Totals, 35 1 6 1 24 9 8
2nd. Gregory makes a single and
Slocomb flies out to Warne.
Lafayette, Warne gets 4 balls.
Walbridge makes a single on which
Lavfavette Collier makes short, walbridge takes two bases. Bar-
work of the Pennsylvanians this clay out irom Slocomb to Bailey.
time. Rothermel strikes out. Wal- vnswen crets a single, scoring
ter same. Sigmon out from Greg- Warne and Walbridge. Rothermel
ory to Bailey. gets base on balls. Criswell tries
3. Graham E. has his liner taken to steal 3rd and is thrown out by
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in Dy Walbridge. Stanley takes wiunam.
four bad ones and steals 2d. frnp to 9. Graham W. out from 3rd to 1st
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third on Oldham's sacrifice, but Graham E. gets a base on a hit-
fails to score, for Baily flies out to hit by a pitched ball and Pat gets
Miller. another one on 4 balls. Oldham
Lafayette Miller fails to see does the same. Clarke is evidently
Collier's speedv curves in time to rattled but his nerve finally pulls
hit the ball, thouo-h he tries man- him through for nobody scores.
fully for three times. Clarke, the Bailey goes out at first and Steph-
great sprinter, coacher; pitcher and ens likewise, but Graham E. scores
butter-maker from Delaware county, on Bailey's out, and the score is 4
.N. Y., does likewise. Warne, how- to 3 against us.
'ever, changes the looks of things Score by innings:
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fence. Wallbridge out from Greg- Lafayette, -0-0-1-0 -1-0 0-3 -x-
orjr to Bailey.
4. Stephens gets a scratch hit and
scores on Collier's double to centre.
Collier takes 3d on Barclay's error. Bailey lb
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scores on wild pitch of Clarke. Slo
comb jrets base on wild throw frnm
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ana steals oya oeautirui suae. Graham. K.cf 3
E. hits a long
strikes out. Graham
one to Warne that
Totals 33 3
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