THE OFFICIAL . ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Vol- 3, UNIVERSITY OF KORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C , APRIL, 25, 1895. - No. 27.
t U. N C. vs Lehigh,
f April 13th., at Chapel Hill.
I The game was called at 3.30
f with U. NY C. at the bat. Below
I is a condensed account of the game.
I N. C. (1) Stanl' gets base on
I balls. Oldham Is out from s. s. to
I 1st. Stephens gets 1st on error of
I s. s. steals 2nd and Stanley is
f caught off 3rd. Collier gets base
I on balls. Gregory strikes out.
Lehigh: Petnkin hits to right
and is forced out at 2nd by Goss
who goes out on Gregorys double
play to muey. jonnson strikes
out. , '
N. C. (2) Slocomb gets 1st on
erres of s. s. Johnson hits to left.
Graoam W. strikes out. Graham
E. out on foul fly. Stanly g-ets base
on balls ond is forced out at 2nd by
Lehigh: Thompson gets first on
Qtanly's error, steals second and
goes out to 3rd on Gannon's hit to
rip-ht. Gannon steals 2nd and
Thompson scores on a passed ball
Whitmoyer. hits to centre. Lunkens
srikes out and Clear y flies out to
N. CY (3): Stephens out on fly to
Lukens. Collier strikes out. Gre
gory knocks pop foul to Gass.
Lehig-h: Nevins out at 1st. Pe
tri ken g-ets 1st on Slocumbs error.
Gass strikes out. Petriken forced
out at 2nd by Johnson.
N. C. (4): Slocumb out at 1st.
Johnston strikes out. Graham W.
Lehigh: Thompson pops up to
Slocumb. Gannon makes pretty
hit to right. Whitmoyer gets base
on balls after Gannon steals . 2nd.
Lukens out at 1st. Gannon on 3rd
and Whit on 2nd. Cleary g-ets
base on balls and Gannon is caug-ht
napping- on 3rd.
N. C. (5): Graham E. out at
1st. Stanly out at 1st. Oldham
gets base on balls. Stephens g-et
single to centre. Oldham goes to
3rd and Stephens to 2nd 011 Whit
moyers error. Collier strikes out.
Lehigh:. Nevins strikes out.
Petriken cracks out a beauty, two
bagger. Gass out at 1st. Petri
ken goes to 3rd. Johnson out at
N. C. (6): Greg-ory pops up to
Gannon, Slocumb makes hit by
3rd. Johnston strikes out. Slo
cumb steals 2nd, steals 3ad. Gra
ham W. strikes out.
Lehig-h: Thompson flies out to
Graham ,W. Gannon pops up
to Johnson. Whitmoyer hit by
Lukens flies out to
g-ory pop foul to Johnson. Slocumb
T 1. 1 ry
i-enig-n: urannon gets 1st on
Stephens's error. Whitmoyer pops
up to fatanly. Lukens forces Gan
non out at 2nd. Bowie strikes out
Below is the official score.
' U. N. C.
Players AB. R. BH. SH. PO. A. E
Stanley, ss 3 1 10 3 0
Oldham, c. 4 1 10 5 2
Stephens, p. 5 0 10 1 10
Collier, If. 5 0 0 1 . 0 0
Gregory, lb 5 0 0 0 8 1
Slocomb 2b. 5 01 0 5 2
Johnston 3b, 4 0 1 0 3 0 0
Graham W. rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Graham, E. cf 4 0 0 0 1 0
Goss s., ;
30 1 5 1 27 19
Score by innings:
UYN. C. -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-22
Lehigh . -0-1-0-0- 0-0 - 0-0-0 1
Summary. two-base hits, Stephens, Pet
rikins; bases stolen Stanley, Oldham, Slo
comb Thompson, Gannon (2), Whitmoyer;
bases on balls off Stephens (2); hit by pitch
ed ball Whitmoyer; struck out by Nevins
9, by Stephens 5; passed ball Goss; wild
pitch Nevins; j Time of game, 2:40;Umpire,
Mr. Lewis, Scorer, Mr. Bridgers.
Fourth U. N. C. In this inning- Trap at Greensboro.
the.boys seemed to get waked up and The contest between teams from the
gfet their eye on the ball Gregory University Charlotte and Greensboro
g-un clubs took place on Saturday af
starts the procession with a hit to left.
Bailey gets first on four balls. Gre
g-ory is forced out at third by Slocumb.
Graham W. strikes out. Then Gra
ham E. drives the ball hard into cen
tre and is followed by Stanley and
Oldham. Bailey Slocumb Graham E
and btanley all score
Lehig-h: Gannon and Whitmoyer
strike out, Lukens make first on Gre
g-orys error, Nevins strikes out
ternoon, April 6, at the ball park in
this city. It was a beautiful April
morning, warm and spring-like, but
during the aftertnoon the wind became
very high, with litful gusts that would
make the targets deviate entireiy from
the course taken at first.
The match was at 250 blue rocks
per team, known trap, unknown an-
lfih U. N. C: Stephens goes out ?oom Wft Q ,i;,m
on ajong fly to left. Col her hits to five eyent ten birds cach event . 80
owie ana is tnrown out at nrst, ana that each tcam shot gt 5l clue rocks
iory goes out on a 10m uy Below will be found scores according
xnompson. to ovotits. also totals for nil
i . . -.i, i '
jMcuigu, vicu y smites uui, uuwit ; . .
nits iu oianiey ana is tnrown out at Jordan
lirst, Ixass strikes out. , Gilmer,
bixth U. N. C: Bailev strikes out Glenn
Slov'um hits tn "RnwiV ntirl is thrown Daniels,
Graham W. . 1
N. C. (7): Graham E. gets 1st
on Clearv's error. Stanlv flies out
to Whitmoyer. Oldy makes
beautiful bunt and beats it out.
Graham. K. on 2nd. Stephens
strikes out. Graham E. cets 3rd
and Oldy 2nd on passed ball. Col
lier gets base on 4. balls. Gregory
out at 1st.. .
Lehisrh: ' Cleary out at 1st
Nevins rjoos urj to Slocumb. Petri-
A JL X
ken same to Stanly. '
N. C. (8)t Slocump out at 1st.
Johnson gets 1st on Cleary 's error.
Graham W. flies out to Lukens.
Graham El. strikes out.
Lehigh: Gass pops up to Gre
gory. Johnson same. Thompson
out at 1st.
N. C. (9): Stanly makes beauty
hit to right and steals 2nd. Old
ham gets 1st on Gannon's error and
Stanly goes to 3rd. Oldham steals
2nd: Stephens gets 1st on error
of Thompsons. Stanly steals home
and Oldham comes home on wild
throw.' Stephenson 2nd. Collier
out at 1st. Stephens 3rd. Gre-
The second game with Lehigh
another victory J or U. N. C.
Score 6 to j.
The two teams and the few ' 'rooters"
whose enthusiasm for the national
game was strong enough to pull them
them from their drowny couches- at
3:30 a.m., reached Greensboro about
8 o'clock Monday morning and at
once proceeded to the . Benbow where
breakfast was awaiting them.
After the closely contested game of
the previous Saturday, which resulted
in a score of 2 to 1 in favor, of U. N.
C., the game promised to be an inter- j
esting one, each team seemed to re-1
ahze that there wasn't eroing- to be
any "walk over", and the eager crowd
of spectators who assembled at the
Park that afternoon were not disap
pointed in their hopes of seeing z
The g-ame was called at 3:30 with
U. N. C, at the bat.
Stanly failed to set the ball rolling
m his usual manner and retired on
Oldham leads off with a two-bagger
to right field but is put out in attempt
mg to steal home. Stephens gets
first on a hit and is followed bv Col
lier with another two-bagger on which
Stephens scores. Bailey goes out to
Lehia-h: Bowie comes to the bat
and retires on three strikes and is
quickly followed by Gass and Johnson.
Second U. N. C: Slocumb reaches
first on a hit and steals second. Gra
ham W. strikes ' out. Graham E goes
out on a fly to third and Slocumb goes
out on an attempt to steal third.
Lehigh: Thompson strikes out.
Gannon hits to shortstop and reaches
first on Stanleys : fumble and is ad
vanced to second by Whitmoyer's hit.
vSukens follows with a hit to right
field on which Gannon and Whitmoy
er score. Turner and Cleary strike
Third U. N. C: Oldham goes out
on a fly to centre and Stephens on one
to left, Collier strikes out.
Lehigh: Bowie strikes, out, Goss
makes first on hit to centre, ' Johnson
and Thompson strike out.
out at first, Graham W strikes out.
-Lehigh: Johnson hits to Slocumb
and goes out at first. Thompson flies
out to Graham W. and Gannon goes
out at first on a grounder to Collier
venth U. N. C: Graham E
flies out to shorstop and Stanley to Creswell,
second. Oldham makes first on a hit
to right and Stephens flies out to cen
tre,' , ''
Lehigh: Whitmoyer goes out at
first. Sukens hits a hot liner ' to
"Grex" who makes a beautiful stop
and throws him out at first. Turner
makes first on a slow grounder to
shortstop and goes to second Cleary's
hit, Bowie follows with a hit and
Turner scores. "Pauline" here gets
his lame hand hurt aerain and his
place on third is taken by Johnson
Goss goes out on a fly to first and re-
tires tne siae tor benign.
Eighth U. JN. C: Collier goes out
at fiesta Greg-ory g-ets -base .on -balls.
Johnson hits to pitcher and makes
first on Bowie's error and Gregory
scores. Graham W. goes out at fiirst
JUehigh: Johnson goes out on pop
fly to Collier. Thompson flies out to
Graham W. and Gannon is out at
iintn u. jn. u: liraham goes
out at first. Stanley flies out to cen
tre. Oldham gets base on balls and
Team total, ;
Team total, , 146.
After the team contests the follow
ing events were shot: .
Event No 1. 10 singles', unknown
angles: Anthony 6, Stokes 8, Brem (, 1
Atkinson 8, Tate 4, Carson, 5, Jordan
9, Gilmer 6, Dockery 6, Criswell 7,
Bridgers 9, Daniels 5.
Event No. 2.' 10 singles, unknown
anglesr-Anthony- 6, Stokes 9y- Carson
8, Gilmer 6, Tate 8, Criswell 6, Jor
dan 9, Bridgers 8, Glenn 9, Brem.7f
Atkinson (, Dockery 2, Daniels 7.
Event No. 15 singlee, unknown
angles; Anthony 10, Stokes 10, Tate
9, Glenn 13, Carson 6, Gilmer 8, Dan
iels 9, Creswell 12, Bridgers 12, Jor
Event No. 4. 10 singles, unknown
angles: Anthony 9, Stokes 5, Tate 6,
goes to third on Stephens two bagger Daniels 6 Jordan 8, Bridgers 7, Gil
Collier goes out on fly to first.
Lehigh: Whitmoyer goes out at
first. Sukens ditto. Turner hits to
third and makes first on Johnsons
error. Cleary strikes out.
Below is the score by innings:
U. N. C. 1-0-0-4-0-0-0-1-06
The battle for debater's and de-
mer 7, Glenn 8.
Injustice to the Charlotte team it
must be said that its men had no prac
tice whatever, having sold their old
traps last fall and their new traps
having failed to come to hand; but
they came ninety miles to shoot, ra
ther than dissappolnt the Greensboro
team. The Univeasity boys had been
practicing over one trap with a rope
pull, and it was hard for them to get
onto the electric pull; however, Brem,
Bridgers and Atkinson did some good
shooting and proved themselves marks-
men. jjockery was too mucn iianai-
It is indeed capped by head-gear, wearing a hot-
shade and a pair ot glasses an at
claimer's medals within the two So
cieties is now at hand.
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1 1 i n i i i viTitJ ill u r ii w M . r r . . - . -
' " ntirp. r truvp the , ureensboro
such things is now increasing, team mnch pleasure to entertain their
Mstiv tunrp mfn than usual are en- visitors, and they hope to meet them
,. . , . , i infra in stvin.
tenngf these contests, ana tne inai- a',-m ju rhim.n ill
cations are that the students are
taking more interest in Society
work. It is not out oi place to give
a word of encouragement to the un
The Phi Society Contest.
Saturday night the Phi Society
contest for debater's and declaimer's
der-class men and urge them to go medals took place. The exercises
ahead and prepare themselves for were long, but for the most part
future contests. There is nothing very irood. The declaimer's were
that gives more stimulus to literary Messrs. Craig, Shepherd, Parker,
work than a public battle between Basrwell, Boddie, Walker, Win-
orators and debaters, and we think stead, Canada, Harden, Ely, Nich-
it would not be a bad thing for the olson, Eatman, Harrisand Butt.,
two societies to open their doors to The medal was awarded td Mr.
the public on such occasions. Why Canada.
should we hold our debates in se- Then followed the debate s con
cret when the village would give us test, with Messrs. J. O. Carr and
a good audience, and help to encour- A. B. Kimball on the affirmative,
age us in our work? We want and Wright and Horne on the
spirit, energy and enthusiasm, and negative. The question was: Re
we call on every student to do his solved, that there should be an
part in helping to carry debate and educational qualification for suf-
oratory hand-in-hand with athletic f rage. This medal awarded to
sport. We want to develop no one- Mr. A. B. Kimball. Great interest
sided men, so let's all do our part was manifested especially in the
in the work. debatinr contest.