THE OFFICIAL ORG AX OF THE . UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA,
CHAPEL HILL, N. C, NOV. r6, 1895.
Vol. 4, . , ;'
North Carolina Vs. Washington
Those who visited Richmond Park
in Lynchburg- on Saturday, Novem
ber the ninth, witnessed a hard
fought battle. There Washington
and Lee and North Carolina vied
with each other for the honors upon
the gridiron. Early Saturday morn
ing the. boys from Carolina arrived at
the -"hill city" and were soon com
fortably quartered at ihe Hotel Car
roll. At noon the team from Lex
ington with a party of enthusiastic
"rooters" appeared upon the scene.
The train from Charlottsville had
aboard a number of the "cranks"
down to see the game among the
number Mackie, Pen ton and Groner.
The weather, . though slightly
warm, was not very oppressive, tho'
a strong breeze of wind fanned
the locks of the heroes and helped
to keep them "cool."
The game was called at 3:55 and
was an exciting one . from start to
finish.. From the outset it became
evident-; that Carolina would have
no Walk Qver, and several, tims did
the supporters of ; Washington and
Lee grow lusty with their cheers.
HOW THE GAME WAS PLAYED.
Carolina wins the toss and takes
the North end of the field. Wash
ington and Lee kicks off for forty
yards to Stephens who catches ball
and advances twenty yards; Carolina
then advances by successive rushes
of 1, 5, 3, 5, and 3 yards; then Ste
phens gains 8 and Wright 10; Caro
lina loses 3, Stephens gains five and
Carolina gets ten on offside plays by
Washington and Lee. Nicklin gains
two yards, Stephens four and But
ler three. Fumble and White falls
on the ball. Ball now on fifteen
yards of Washington and Lee's
goal they take in new life Caro
lina tries once, twice, three times
but no gains and ball goes to Wash
ington and Lee on downs. For Wash
ing and Lee, Powell gains 7 yards,
Jenkins 3, Oneal 2; then McClintic
goes through guard in center for
seven more; Dice follows with five
and Lbnmore 3 yards. Ball now in
center of field. Capt. Gregory
"jollys his team" and they take the
ball from Washington and Lee on
downs. Carolina advances 3 and 4
yards; then Wright loses two and
Nicklin fails to gain. It is 3rd down
and 7 yards. Carolina calls on Ste
phens who responds with 12 yards.
Then Carolina gets 10 yards for
offside play and Stephens again for
Carolina tries once and again
but no gain. On 3rd down
Nicklin gains five; then Stephens
five. Ball is within one yard of Wash
ington and Lee goal. On next play
ball lost to Washington and Lee on
fumble. By quick short rushes they
advance ball . fifteen yards back
when they lose to Carolina on fum
ble. Carolina loses 3 yards, then
Stephens hits line for six, then Ste
phen tries around right end but fails,
so ball goes over. Washington and
Lee, on 3rd down, fumbles and ball
goes to Carolina. She gains 4 and
3 yards;ball lost to Washington and
Lee for, Carolina holding- in the line.
They .gain' 3, 1, 2 and fumble again
and Carolina secures ball. Butler
advanc.es ten yards and Stephens
three; Nicklin loses three and ball
goes over on next down. Washing
ton and Lee lose, five and then six.
On 3rd , down. Stokes attempts a
kick, but it is Carolina's ball on
offside play. Ball is on six yard
line and one and a quarter minutes
to play. Carolina calls on Stephens
this time, he ploughs the line and
goes over for a touchdown. Whita
ker fails to kick an easy goal. Score
Carolina, 4, Washington and Lee, 0.
Time, .1.9 minutes. ;
Ball in center of field.
Washington and Lee kicks off to
Butler who advances 15 Yards. But
ler kicks 40 yards; Dice gets ball
and advances 8 yards, when time is
called witli ball in center of field.
SECOND HALF. ,
, Carolina substitutes Moore for
Nicklin at Right Half. Butler kicks
off for. 45 yards: Washington and
Lee's back advances 10 yards and
is tackled by "Wright; Carolina gets
ball on downs.
Moore gains 10 yards and Ste
phens four; Butler gains yard and
Moore five; Ball on 7 vard line.
Baird rushes terrifically across
the line and Whitaker kicks goal.
Score, Carolina 10, Washington and
Time, 4 minutes.
Washington and Lee kicks off for
40 yards and Stephens advances
15 yards and is downed by Oberlin.
Collier, Baird and Wright are call
ed on and respond for 3, 1 and 2
yards. Then Baird gains seven
yards, Stephens adds 12 and Col
lier 10; Butler gains four; Baird is
slightly hurt but resumes play.
Stephens gain 15 yards, Moore 3,
Collier 5, Ball goes to Washington
and Lee on Carolina's holding in
line. On the next play, Leonard
goes through Baird for twenty-five
yards and the Washington and Lee
supporters go wild with excitement.
Washington and Lee advances ball
by continous rushes 3, 1, 1 and 4
yards. They then gain 15 yards on
1st down no gain, 2nd and they
fail. Baird breaks through and
spoils a kick, Washing-ton and Lee
losing nine yards; Baird ruins a sec
ond attempt to kick and Gregory
falls on the ball.
For Carolina Stephens gains 4,
Moore 10; ball on 30 yard' line and
2 minutes to play. Stephens hits
line for eight yards and Moore for
four yards. -. Capt. Dice is hurt but
plays on. Stephens gains 2 yards,
Moore 4, Butler 7 and Butler again
and this time over the line for a
touchdown. Whitaker kicks goal.
Score, Carolina 16. Washington and
minute to play. Washington
and Lee kicks from center of field,
Carolina catches and advances.
Time is called with ball in center
. LINE UP.
"Washington iind Lee. Carolina.
Mitchell, ; R. E. Merritt,
O'Neal, R. T. Baird,
Larimore, .11. G. Collier,
Oberlin,. C. " ' White,
McChnic, L. G. Hurley,
Dice, (Capt. K "L.'T. Wright,
Leonard, L. E. Gregory, (Capt.)
Powell, - R. H. Nicklin, (Moore.
Jenkins, L. H. Stephens,
Stokes, F. B. Butler,
Willis, Q- Whitaker
Toucudowns: For Carolina, Ste
phens 1, Baird Butler 1, 1. Goals
kicked: Whitaker 2; goals missed,
Time: Twentv minutes halves.
Final score; Carolina 16, Wash
ington and Lee 0.
Umpire: Mr. McCalcb, of U. Va.
Referee: Mr. Groner, U. Va.
Linesman: Mr. Kline, of Va. A.
& M. '
For Washington and Lee, Capt.
Dice, Leonard, Oberlin and Lori
more played the game.
For Carolina, 'Stephens was a
"star." Also the playing of But
ler, Baird and Moore deserves spe
A good track team has struggled
into life, and is composed of mem
bers of pluck and determination.
With the increasing popularity of
the general practice work the in
crease in the number of participants
is encouraging. .
Any students intending to take
part in the track work will find it
to their advantage to join the team
without further delay.
Surely the student body desires
to see amateur athletics well estab
lished on a successful basis. Who
are the athletes who will encour
age and be in earnest to help the
growing success of track athletics?
It would be gratifying to those now
training to have other students join
them in this new source of outdoor
amusement and developing sport.
The variety of the field day events
will depend on the aspirants. It is
hoped that we can have a full list
of events, and offer prizes.
La'ing out the track has been
planned, and an excellent cinder
path will be made. The commit
tee decided on a five lap track.
Work on it will begin soon, and the
track team are to enjoy a fine field
It may be well to add that if there
are any students who prefer to train
for special events in the contests on
field day they will be given the
privilege of doing special training.
On, Monday evening the Young
Men's Christian Association prayer
meeting was led by the Rev. J. D.
Miller, rector of St. Andrew's
Church, of Greensboro. The speak
er's subject was "Ideals. " He show
ed that mankind at one time, made
physical. perfection its : ideal; now
the intellectual is in the ascendency;
but the true ideal is found in Christ
and is the spirit of serving others
rather than have them serve us.
The Scrub Team.
The scrub team has arranged a game
with the Wilmington Athletic Club to
be played at Wilmington on Thanks
giving Day. This is a good move in
the right direction and its effects were
seen Wednesday when Capt. Rogers
brought out a scrub team that scored
on the 'Varsity.
It is no small thing for a man who
has not the faintest hope of , making
the 'Varsity to come out day after day
and be run over and knocked about by
a lot of big men simply to furnish prac
tice for the regular team.
If the scrub team has a small sched
ule of games, then there will be some
incentive for the men to come out and
try to make the team and we have just
seen that they will come out.
Those who make the team will have
a nice trip to reward them for their
work. We will have a better 'Varsity
and better material to begin with next
The Historical Society held its
first meeting for the year in the
History Room, on Tuesday evening. ,
President Battle called the meeting'
to order at 7:30 p. m., and stated
briefly, for the benefit of the new
men, the objects and purposes of
the Society. The . resignation of
Mr. Thompson as Secretary of the'
Society was read and accepted.
Mr. J. H. White was elected to . fill
the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Mr. Thompson.
The first paper of the evening,
read by Mr. White was an instruc
tive one. Its subject was "The-
Gang." '. ,
The subject of the next paper was
"The Battle of Moore's Creeek,"
which was- abby and thoroughly
treated by Mr. Evans. He thinks
that Caswell commanded in the en
gagement by seniority, but that
Fillington was the real leader, as
he reached the field before Caswell.
By this battle the Tories were dis
couraged and the State saved to the
Whigs. Mr. Evans's paper was
supplemented by some able and en
tertaining remarks by Pres. Win
ston. Dr. Battle read the last paper of
the , evening. The ' subject was,
"The Duel between Carson and
Vance." The article was contrib
uted by an old gentleman from Ma
con County, Mr. Silas McDowell.
Vance was an uncle of our late
Senator Vance, was born in 1793,
began active life as a physician, but
early discontinued the practice of
his profession, was elected to Con
gress in 1821, but defeated for a
second term by Samuel P. Carson,
in 1853. The duel was the result
of a quarrel between them over the
position which Mr. Carson had
taken on some measure passed by
the House of Representatives. Mr.
Vance was wounded in the side and
died within twenty-four hours.
The meeting was well attended.
The Society promises to do some
able work during this year.
"Tis club-nig-M, dearest, don't sit up,
'Twill be too late for yr
I have my key." She smiled at me
Her words are a'. ways few.
"If I were you," .he murmured,
"I'd take the key-hole too!"